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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895041201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Br "t ' . ,," i ,jtsi"-- j " "?. - F aft I, IP. IIIF. All MtllNIMl IIATI.& e. CJ.1 itEPUBLICAN Kh VICKY HKABONAHl.h ANH CIRCULATION III! iaj IS VERY '' LARGE. " The Haeteobd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IRE FART? IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, HAVE YOU PAID YOUR SUBSGRIPTIDH2 Will show how you "'iijf I ; Jfe WE DO JOB WORK IBvery VOL. TSLxx.L. stand with Tho Ropublloan. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco and w will sond you Tho Louisville Wookly Commorclal ono year froo. Subscrlbo atonco. THIS TAG VII. llY HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1895. Tit Kill'. Mlttim WOODWAnD NO. 37. Latest U. S. Gov't Report LOUISVILLE Q. O. I I H- - B OWENSBORO, KY. desperate effort to drive Liberty from Will practice his profession in Davicsi nftor an April shower, Just the shores of the New World, Monand adjoining counties. Special atWhile the air wan scented with clover arch fell back; Liberty entered. So tention given to collections. Office, And tinny a flagrant flower, Bank of Commerce Building. And the wind seemed heavy and cloud- long tossed about by the winds of nil ed versity; driven from land to land and Awed by nature at rest. Jna.S. Ulenn, J. H. It. tVeddln;, natloti to nation; she had seen writAs I rode through "Guerilla Rcnde-vous,- " GLENN & WEDDING, ing in agony upon the rack burned to part of the manifold duty of man. Ohio County Dirootory. FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY. With its tales for a midnight guest. the stake.her beloved children fightToo many seem to think this effemOAMBLC 00, CHNTI, POOOTCR THl ing in her defense. Her skirts were inate; that is beneath the dignity of High rode the moon in the heavens, HARTFORD, KY. CIRCUIT COURT. LI crimson with their heart's best blood. man. rT" But it is not so; the best and Hall hid by a veil of cloud, (Office, over Anderson'e Bauar.) Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borBut now the war was over. She noblest men have been the most symAnd the stars seemed alraid to twinkle Will practice their profession in ah The night owls to cry out, had found a place where in peace and pathetic. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney the courts of Ohio and adjoining counOut the streak of silver moonlight quiet her children could live! and worties, and court of Appeals, special "When that the poor hath cried, Owensboro. Ckowpcako Ohio and Southwestern R, ft. Cast shadows fantastic and grim, JohnW. Black. Jailer Hartford. attention given collections. according to the dictates of Ceasar hath wept." Alto While the ghostly sycamore held ship God G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. Notary Public for Ohio county. their consciences, aloft, f Every good deed, every evil deed, B. D. Ringo, Master CommissioBlessed land of ours, whose people every evllthought.everygooa thought nerHartford. Their white arms long and slim. BETWEEN ,.G. B. L'kens, TrusteeofJury Fund know no sovereign powerbuftiielr leaves" its impress indelibly stamped CTaro.es dewy highway When adown the Hartford. own, no king but God. These are the Sighing, groaning as it comes, upon the countenance. C. P. Keown," Sheriff Hartford. Reeled a weird and ghastly phantom Tbe young Republic was a land of atoms that give life to the face. AND AW Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, And the blood rushes to my brains. freedom, not only to them, but the This it is that renders so repulsive Jos. II Roberts, Ford3vllie, S. T Terrified I gazed upon oppressed of other lands, finding like the face of the crimiual, so serene the Stevens. Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, As it came with solemn tread, HARTFOltn, KT. Evil Centertown. Is propared to do all kinds of With its black grave clothes upon it the wearied dove no rest amid the countenance of the godly ALSO Vili practice his profession in Ohio Court convenes first Monday in rnoM AND TO And n white shroud 'round its head. Old World's desolation, conquered thoughts and evil deeds are the unDental work at reasonable prices. March and August and continues and adjoining counties, and court of the noblest instiucts'ot the soul, love mistakable distinctions between the three week9, and third Monday in Appeals. Special attention given CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE, Office over J. W. Ford &. Co's Close, close ever close of early home.of the streams of childOffice east side of purli'i collections. angels of light and angels of darkness. May and November ewo weeks, Came the doomed spirit lost, Feed Storo. I)o not iurcha a Ticket square. hood, of the graves of their beloved These the impassable gulf between And in accents strong and heart, COUNTY COURT. NORTH, MS? SOUTH OR WEST m iifbijA Said: "Why, hello' Evrin, loss?" Ajf frirgTiyfiry fTyiryr John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. dead, have sought a gathering place Heaven and Hell. At some time in D. M. Hocker, Clerk Harjford. OtHll you Imvc conauUcdan Agent or the "Jcs bin over ter Aunt Denaks M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. of effectiou under its protecting everyone's life has within his own To fetch home a turn o' corn." E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. eg control tnese thoughts and these pasgit ye?" branches. "Aintyer 'fraid theghosfll Court convenes first Monday in HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, It Is not necessary to follow further sions. Then it is that. "No; guess I better be er goin'." each month. tMITKU TRAIN, the history of our country, nor herald QUARTERLY COURT. "Man is master of his own desti1T1.LMU UUI'l'HT BUtltl'ltRS, Begln3 on the third Monday in it3 greatness befoje you, nor enumer- ny." SECRET OF SUCCESS. HARTFORD, KY. MOUttKN JiQUIl'MHNT. April, July and October. ate the heroic deeds oi its faithful citThis is the critical moment when January, Will practice thier profession in all COURT OF CLAIMS. I ii '. ' -- 1IOLS, T. 11. LYNCH, Delivered by EH izens; these are as familiar to you as but a breath will start into conflagra- . Convenes first Monday in January the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining I to me. GIN Mod 8. aqt uii tion the fires of sensuality, inordinate and Tuesday after the first Monday counties, and in the Court of ApTranBrown, But pause and think. Let us draw ambition, avarice and justice, or fan in October. peals. Special attention given to Universisome lessons lrom its. history. Why into a steady flame temperance, love collections. Office, next door to OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS Lexington, . . should we read it? Because it is pleas- or distinction from fellow man, and G. S, Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sul- B&nk of Hartford. "means so much more than ing? Because it reveals the early life all that goes toward the ennobling phur Springs. Z. II. Shultz, School Superinof our nation? Not that alone. But Perry Westerfiold, the human race. Hartford. 'fatal diseases result from! Every nation has its hero, every read it for that, that it is the soul of and uplifting course consumes body, tendent Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. The one N. C. 'trifling ailments ncglcctcdA people its idol, We have met all history. Read it because it teach- mind and soul; the other sheds a halo Galen C Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. ' to commemorate the bifth of an Amer- es us how to live the life that all must Don t play with Mature s of light around the brow that indiBeaver Dam, Kt. ican hero whose name we lisp in childMrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse live and die the death that all must cates broadness of mind aud gives to 'greatest gift health. Keeper Hartford. hood and whose example we strive to die. Read it because it reveals to us Kyouarefetlinr the soul a purity and openness that E.D.OUFFY. B.D.KIN00 , JUSTICES COURTS. out of torts weak follow in the sunny days' of stalwart the abysses into which poor, weak and centrally ex repeals all advances of corruption, Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur The story of whose life is humanity have fallen for ages past; hausted, nitron i, J boyhood. ,, Springs, March 2, June r, September dishonesty and contamination. and can't work, J as familiar to us 83 the pages of our but more because it shows us the No man can expect to be foremost 2, December 2. on every heights own; whose portrait hangs Cromwell Jont .Wil son,Prentis, Inc the most reliaZZsLztfoid.. aremt-uolcy- . of honor which men have at- in the estimation of his fellow creats ble aUenrthtnlnr March 9, June 8, September 7, Denursery wall; whose statute has a tained by industry, honesty and virWill practice in all courts of Ohio mtdtcine.whfchls ure who has not first under his con- cember 7. Brown'a Iron and adjoining counties, Superior nlnche in every public building. A few bottue. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Center-towtrol his own nature. Read the stories ColCourt and Court of Appeals. tles care beutftt It is a name that cannot be lilted of of lives ruined, of trust betrayed, of There runs through the whole March 13, June 13, September lections and all legal business attend-ecomee from the d vary rlrst dote it higher on the pinnacle of fame by any the history two motives for men's 13, December 13. a mimtm rwmr .a Read the lives of greatness fallen. to. Office 329 E. Market St. Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, Uttk, and ll's woidsofmine Gratituds to his mem- actions,both strong but often leading Iw4 those men whose names are black March 30, June 29, September 28, plcsssot to tike. S ory cannot be graven deeper on your in widely divergent paths. They stains on history's pages you will December 28. R. R. WEDDING hearts by an eulogy. When we utter arc Duty and Interest. olin g, Fordsville James A. se the pictures of passions uncontrolthe name of Washington we strike a Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, When we examine the motives of led, of duty forgotten. Kidney and Liver Dyipcpjta, respondent chord in every American the Revolutionary heroes we cease to September 14, December T4. Neuraljla, Troubles, Rome had her Hero, Prance had bosom. His name is a synonym for wonder that they met without terror Hartford, Ky. CONSTABLES. Constipation, Dad IJIood Robespierre, England her Globster, Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. Will practice bis profession in all But how and with success the forces of Great Nervous aliment 4 our liberty. He is dead. r Malaria, America her Benedict Arnold. These Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. the courts of Ohio and adjoining little there is ot the great and good Britain. Por they Women's complaints. Fordsville J. II. Oiler, Fordsvllle, are but lew instances of dnty sacrificcounties. Also Notary Public. Get only the genuine It tiae crossed red To his country he which can die. Rosine Thos. Allen, Rosine. "Walked attended lln nn lli wt.nnr All nltivrs It. tub. ed upon the alter of interest and inOffice, room 20, Hartford House. still lives and will live forever. On receipt of two ac stamps vb ? stltuti Cromwell R. B. Martin, CromBy a strong aided champion Con- clination. J" will send set of ten Oeautllul World's well. As long as this Union stands it will Pair 'views and book tret. science." IS JU8TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. 1717. These tell the melancholy story oj BALTIMORE, MO BROWN CHEMICAL CO POLICE COURTS. be a glorious monument to the great WARRANTED. PRICE OOcts. What was it that nerved the arm thepreverted nature of man. These are Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; ACTA, 1IXB.,N0V.1,1J33. OAt man, and if it falls, if tall it must, it of Gates with his unstrained band to Kelly, rr!l Medleloe On , hiMUnits, Ma ttO bottle, of ATTORNEY AT LAW: Wo magnificent ruin ol the face the war worn veterans of Brit danger signals along the way of life J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L. second (letitiemen: will liljro, OllOVrVS TA8TKI..KhS C1II1J, TONIC and hit Attorney. Court held every Tako Notico. greatbe the Subscribers litis ye.r. Inelloer.x. bulled, and ain? What was it that thrilled the to you, to me and to coming generabotiKbt litre, artiea atreaor monument that ho Monday in each month. perteoe. of It 7r.. la tho drug tnticew. hsr. tions. Do you ono us any tubfcription? his name and influence will rise anew nevereollananiolellietinivoBurii ttnlv.ras Hil Beaver Dam D. A. Miller, Judge; heroic blood of Paul Jones as he steered Hartford, Ky. Jutlua ti jrour Toole iouretrulv, Whether your sphere is with those held Court , Marshal. AsNcr.CAiutACO. If eo, please send or bring it to us. from the dust and be a ministering his ship to battle? was it love Of fame, practice I have mentioned, enrolled among the first Saturday in January, April, WILL courts of his profeseion in All knlr ly Hllllnmn.t llrll.Ilnrirard lor Ohio and adjoining We have to pay cash angel to encouragestruggling human, love of power? No! In the name of We need it. great of this earth, or among those to July and October. ity in their constant efforts lor per- patriotism? No! It was the whisperCromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, counties and Court of Appeals. Specfor everything. In fact, it takes lots "Fortune or to Fame unknown," the attention given to collections. fect government. ing of conscience that said though lessons are the same. They whisper Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held ial Office Wo of money to run a newspaper. over Carson & Co. second Saturday in January, April, may break.you may ahatterthe you lose life, lose all, you will have "Duty." This is the secret of suc- July and October. are now, and have been, tending "You vase if you will, done your duty to God audio man. cess. Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; D. This done and there will not onio statements to our eubscriberr. But the scent of the roses will hang They knew their cause: Court held on be wanting perse verancejand industry. W. Roll, Marshal. round it still." y n.i .11 patent ClTClll .nil i tbtlnl "Thrice is he armed who hath his When man learns to do his duty to third Saturday in January.AprilJuly Don't watt to receive a elatement.but Mr Vuilom conductcJ for IIODEKITK PIES. But in paying tribute to the memoand October, office H in the immediate vicinity of the ratcnlOffice. quarrel just, examine tbe label on your paper and and to his God, he will have end my facilitlet lor leniting patent, arc unturpaited HARTFORD, KY. Rockport W. B. James, Judge; ry of Washington we should not for- And he but naked though locked up himself Send model, .ketch or photograph of Invention, with reached his ultimate destiny perfec- J. J. Gilem, Marshal. Court held on Will practice his profession in tit description and (lalement a. to advantage, claimed ceo what you owo aud send tbe get the coterie of characters that took in steel MfAo ehargajt tnntle for an eplnton aa t injustice is tion. Then every life in its sunset first Mondays in January, April, courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. patentability, and my fee for prmecutlne the amount to us without delay. Peran equally prominent part in tie Whose conscience with application trlff no! b cuffed for until the corrupten." Careful attention given to all business will be glorious; death but a short re- July and October. Gvict," con. Hi(rnl it alttnnit. "Ikv.ntoii1 He Republic. Rosine J. D. uyers, judge; a. haps your account is email, but we tounding of our noble Refub-MOAll rommill. Lining fall Information lent free This thought of duty has given to pose, and its awakening an everlast- Morris, Marshal. Court held first entrusted to him, Office in was only one of its may benefactors cetlonj coMldertA ai Blrlclljr CoandcslUI. Building. i.avo so many of tbeso small accounts who, imbued with the spirit of freeSaturdays in each month. the world all its martyrs, all of its he- ing triumph. FRANKLIN H. HOUGH Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; gas stroct, washinoxo.v, u. ilmtthoy soon make big ones. Ho dom anil gorded to desperation by the roism and all that is wot thy of emu:m: nenlncaa Cannot Be Cured, J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held get a dun. oppression, rolled the lation. exactions of on fourth Saturday in January, April, By local applications, as they U.S. Cnraon in it that you do not I., I'anou, J, It was Duty that made Socrates drink the diseased portion of the July and October. Remember, when you pay up for stone from the door of the sepulchre COMMERCIAL CLUB. crucified and entombed liberty the fatal hemlock when fight was in ear. There is only one way to cure HARTFORD, KY. The Riu'UUUCAN nnd ono year in ad- where Meets at Court House every 2d Duty that led the fair Deafness, and that is by consituation-a- l was slumbering, and it rose in light his power. and 4th Friday niEht. J. S. R. Wed- - Will practice his profession in all th, ' vanco you will receive the Now Maid of Lorraine to the rescue of her I nnd life to cheer aad bless the downremedies. Deafness is caused by dinjf, President, C. R. Martin, Sec courts of Ohioaoa adjoining counties. York Weekly Tribune or the' Louis trodden humanity of earth, and king. Duty that comforted her soul an inflamed condition of the mucous retary. Careiul attention will be given to nil Colbusiness entrusted to his care. TOWN TRUSTEES. ville Weekly Commercial ono year emancipate the immortal mind from as the flames rose round her frail body. lining of the Eustachian Tube. When Office with the B. D. Ringo, Chairman; W. G. lections a specialty. degraded. Duty that gave resignation to her last this lube gets inflamed you have a Careful Estimates made on all Car- Free. By all means, if you owe us the slavery by which it was cry of agony as her pure soul took its rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C. L. county Attorney. They asserted the simplest yet subli-mepentering and Building, Terms reaField, John P. Morton. on subscription, pay up. . sonable. Hartford, Ky. of political truths, that all men flight. It was love and thought, Du- and when it is entirely closed Deaf-nes- e J-Xi. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. gave to the world its Savior; ty, that are created equal. is the result, and unless tbe Rowan Holbrook, L. P. Watrner, THE Thev trusted the future of their that brought from his Father's bosom can be taken out and this Dr. J. T. Miller. Chairman, E. P. lives, their fortunes and their sacred Jesus of Nazareth to wander in this tube restored to its normal condition, Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Sec GREENVILLE, KY. world. Duty that led him hearing will be destroyed forever; retary. honor to the chances of a great expeWill practice bis profession in ail the RELIGIOUS. aWf?iiriTO TDinClllrSsaW timid faltered, to exclaim in the Garden as the blood nine cases out ol ten are caused by Eight pages each Tuesday nnd Friday, riment, nnd while the Baptist Church Dr. I. S.Coleman. courts sf Muhlenberg and adjoining WkCAVEH 0. UUJL.flAruSa the treacherous betrayed, the mer- dropped from his brow: "Not my catarrh, which is nothing but nn in- Pastor. Services second Sunday in counties. Special attention will bo COPYRIGHTS, Sixteen pages every week, only cenary schemed and the unbelieving will but Thine, O God, be done." flamed condition ot the mucous sur- each month, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. ni given to collections and all business For CAN I OI1TA1N A TATKNTt ONE DOlLP A YEAR, honest opinion, write to The sphere of duty i3 infinite. We faces. derided, far seeing patriotism pressed Prayer meeting every Thursday even entrusted to his caro. Sromt answer and an bad nearly Ofty years' As CO., who hava ipetienoo In tba patent bn.ln;M. Compunlfa. the big- forward with an eye of faith on itsJjtMLflJien connect it with official trust A Handbook of In. is, beyond all comparison, Hon. strictly conDdentl.l We will give One Hundred Dollars ing. bow to obRev. E. M. E. Church formation concernlnir I'atrnta and until hope gavitrajRSyj and call to mind the heathen for any case of fKafness (caused by Pastor. Services every third E. Pate, tain them aent free. Alto a catalogua of ueoban- - gest, best and cheapest national news mission of progress, Sunday leal ana scienuna pooss sent ireo. A Co. receive I'atents taken. through Muon and family Journal published in place to fruition, until expectation sentinel ot rompeti louna aeaa at uis catarrh) that ciljpot be cured by in each month at 11 a. m. and at 7 d.lnotloelntboHr entino Ainerirnn. ih post, buiied by the ashes of Vesuvius Hall's Catarrh Cure. Stnd forcir-cular- p. m. Prayer meeting every Wed tbua are brouaht wide! ratuo puDiii paper, Ametica. success, until the most forbecome out Wl to tba Inventor, this splendid nesday night. Ii.ued weekly, elewantly Illustrated, haabv ibi ini midable power of earth learned the more than eighteen hundred years,ago. free. STRICTLY REPUBLICAN anteat circulation of Ml uiem na work in tba II.Teel. Christian Church Rev-wunu. i. J a year. rsmiie copies sent free. salutary lesson that a proud Nation, He was a true soldier, indeed. Duty F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Pastor. Services first Sunday in llnlldlni lMUton. monthlr. tia a year. copies 113 cents. Kvery number coutslns oeau. In politics, it gives all the news and however might in armed men and in its purest form is so constraining SSTSold by Druggists, 75c. tlful plate.. In colors, and pbotnersf hs of new 364t each month, morning and night. houses, with plans, enabllnu builders to show the gives it at least three days earlier strong in the terriable material of the one in performing it never thinks .SUU.VH .A..... I" latest deslan. and SECRET SOCIETIES (W VOUK, 3U1 11U0ADWAV. Munn a w Appreciated. than it cau be had from anfc of the war, could not conquer tfie everlast- of self. It is done without any Rocknort Lodare. No. 312, F. & A. It is mest gratifying to be assured M. meets regularly on the firtt and Metropolitan Weeklies. thought of ing truth. new and old subscribers are so third Saturday nights in each month. The success of their efforts is well All history proclaims in ominous that IT IS INDISPENSABLE Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge highly pleased with our great The American Revolution voice that man lives not for himself known. No, 675 F. & A. Masons, first Won to the farmer, merchantor professionoffer. We have already become an important epoch in alone but for the good of others as has day night in each month. All bieth al man, who desires to keep promptly many words of praise and letBUCK EYE Invited to attend regularly, rcn are the world's history. Under the mas-te- r well, and he who early learns that HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. and thoroughly posted, but has not ters of commendation not only re- G. J. ean, W M. Shelby Taylor Secminds ot Jefferson, Adams and has gained the sesame to men's re to read a large Daily Taper. the time garding the beautiful series of views retary. Is prepared to do any and all kinds spect, admiration and love. Rough River Lodge No.noKnights Write for free sample copies to presented, but also for our liberality IT SEEMS TOO SilALl, Prices mst every Saturday of Dental Operations. Iu this eminently practical age it to do any good, when you (CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, GLODIU'RINTINGCO., Any of Pythias. Meets offer exceptional. look at one of Dr. llerce'a is too often the case that In the hurry in making an night at Mcsonlc Hall, B, D. Ringo, reasonable. Office over Williams St Louis, Mo. St. l'lmsant X'eliots. But lust person who reads this can secure the C. C. A SURE nnd OERTAIH CURE Bell's Drug Store. try It, when you're bllioua bustle of business we tread beneath 1 known for IS years as tho Ay t or constipated, or have a our hurrying feet all that does not first series of selected World's Fair By special contract, we are enabled The llartlartl Pliel Car. ttoiuticb, or a fit of i BEST REMEDY for PILES. tour ever issued and iu IndlgosUon and you'll own look direct toward our own private A. D. 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There's no disturbdiab ft case we send you free, postage paid, nd 4tU Um Yfftkc ance to the svitem. diet. than we, whose opportunities have Taylor will be found at bis home is good for our old subscribers who T Tiitui.wttUsii lb Und volume which contains or occupation. Batlaf&cttou guarantied, or been fewer: whose temptations have the beautiful gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the tHtaiMwOUIl!, lBwwaiaKw nay up and $1.50 for one year in ad polUk4 aUftt, money refunded. sixty-fou- r superb photos with appro Houston, Affnn. ft4 tbwrnil wl. M are glad to say he ranks Too often neglected been greater. vance. Considering the character of ituitWatadiMtlaUltlM nfti Dr. It V. ftXRCBi Ilcor Sir I couM tell This offer will time. We descriptions. Lkr.D, priate 'llar.ian dllaiv...i !!. f Dr. r roe's Family up with the ablest Photographers In 4nrU.wftrrBl4 Orl-- t the two naiiers the srreatest of na of a number of caaoe whereMend (aof mine, Mr, have been words oi encouragement, hold good for a limited time only. hare curud. A nWIOI .1 Cp tUtk H. la. tvlrftabM. ih tional Journals, and the BEST of Medicines was about used up with liver trpub-Jtwork guaranWilliams, which if only spoken might have Hlt the State. First-clas- s now he says that " I'lnuant roueU" bare ofler Vtas helped him more than tor or all the medicine ed one soul from despair, saved anteed. from Ilea rtburn, Sick your home papers this II vou suffer Cry that be baa erer taken. "When beauty comes he takes it; other from sin. Too busy to turn twenty-flv- o UeatUclie, Sour Stomach, Indigestion never been tfiualled. Do not delay If there is none he makes it." aside for a moment and sraoothe the Constipation, call at but send in your subscription at onee Dyspepsia or I P '' I Williams ABell Drug Store free sambrow of suffering or drop a tear at the Tim Rbpubucan, to Au Advertisement 111 lb paper la Have you mieiided to your 1 title, b It ple bottle of Pomroys Uver-Cur- e Hartford, ly pajrlucyour itiscrlptl.BT grave of the dead. And yet this is a, words Iwuou Ik lesue, never falls to cure. 1 'Twas along toward lie dead of mid- night others, out forefathers founder a sys tern of government without a parallel among the Nations. At last the death knell of oppression was sounded, and with a final Highest of all in Leavening Power. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Roy&i Baking Powder &g3&2 ABSOLUTELY LAWYER, PURE S 1.iihii 'mm!"mmmmmr, LAWYERS, ' - ..Smltli, MEMPHIS. DENTIST. ri PBM JT f S. W. R. R. In 1 Koor :..,: Attorneys at Law Health - Oration .... Pr;nnri Jr., at sylvania ty, 'Recently. -- it..- to-d- ay Attorney at Law. :Browfls ggttorneys ggt aw. s .ijlron Bit-It- n, TASTELESS i, Bitters wmwm u Cures Attorney at Law, t f vSrvvv1 J H. BARWE I Tnde-M.tk- Jo. B. ROGERS. Attorney at Law,- - Aif r c J. L. Carson & Son, Attorney o. at Law. st ii,. S (globe Qemoereit Attorney EOGEES, at Law, s, J. R. PIRTLE 1. O null OINTMENT DENTIST RIP ANS s Globe-Demo-cr- va() er st you Remember get tho Now York Tribune and The Republican both for ono year, for one dollar and cents. V fl&mtA 'iJl for Children Castorla. Pitcher's -BWi fr WarSi ,MJmMi?,f' Xmtef'v mmmBmm ajfjjSitl xMmmzm&y "H iesmmmmmBamm&B7szzrsrxz! B artford Republican IFUBUSIIDD KVEltY FRIDAY . MORMIKQ HAM A. ANIlKUSON Jo. n. nour.iM Fridayi Aran, ..Proprietor. I'.illlnr. 12, 1895. Subscription, $1.25 por yonr. STATE SENATOR. crs.A are authorized to Wn announce Waif Dr. A. D. Jambs. obt" Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate lor State Senator in the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. HEPHESENTATIVE. We are authorized to annouuee Esq. W. I. Rows, Of Centertown, as a candidate to rep resent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Republic- an party. Beaver Dam, thou art blessedl Spain continues to send troops to Cuba to assist in putting down the Rebellion. Sinci: spring bos opened up wrok has begun on the streets of tho town, in moro prosperous years was wasted. but not beforo it was needed. $1,668,308; local fund, raised by taxThe vote on the saloon question in ation,, 115. If the average man wcro as economical in prosperous as in adverse times ho would die rich instead of dying poor. Beaver Dam came of! Wednesday n men carried the and the day by a majority of 45. This was a Had great victory for the cause. Beaver Dam voted for open saloons it would have given some pretext for tho saloon men here to harp upon, but as Beaver Dam saw tho light and acted upon it, whisky stock in Hartford has fallen several points. Sure. ly the people of Hartford cannot bo so unwise . ai to vote open saloons upon tho county, when the wholo county is so strongly opposed to it. Tho people of Beaver Dam know a Aside from being in thing or two. favor of good order and peace and against the disturbance and disorder, which always follow saloons, they have an eye to business. The pcoplo of Beaver Dam well knew that to vote open saloons upon tho people, who, in that section of tho couuty, as in all other sections, are unalterably opposed to saloons, would bo suicidal. They well knew that to vote open in Beaver Dam would cripple trade in every line and almost ruin tho excellent school that has been built up there in the last few years. Can tho people of Hartford be so blind as not to see their way clearly in this matter? Vote open saloons in Hartford and you drive business from the town and drive students from the College to the towns that will nofhave Study the question well saloons. before you voto for saloons in Hartford. Anti-Saloo- Mr. B. D.RtNCio.of this cily,who is boys and 1 girl, all are living. Ills I Pledge" Prof. Wm. Maple. Address, He "Faithfulness to Committee Work" wife departed this life in 1890. a mombcrbf tho Btato Board of "Relation of Pastor to in session at Frankfort, then married the widow Kate Daven- John Ruby. Society" Rev. J. P. Hicks. writes to tho Herald in which ho un- port September 8, 189 J. ItVISNINO 8KSSION. He joined the Masonic Lodge ot intentionally gives tho Wilson-Go- r Opening Victor Gates presiding. Cromwell, of 1'. & A. M. and filled man Senato Bill a ringing slap, ilo various stations in Cromwell Lodge meeting, "The Christian's Influence says: "Hard as times undoubtedly Associates" W. G. No. 420, and was elected W. M. at upon Every-daaro in tho agricultural counties of the Consecravarious times. He was a member of Newton. Question box. State, theso nro blessed in comparison xGreeu River Baptist Church in good tion meeting K. Ryan. with thoso sections which have been standing at his death April 5, 1895, MONDAY TUB I5TII. depending upon manufacturing and State Missions-R- ev. 10 o'clock a. in In his death the Masonic Fraterniother interests." ty has lost a worthy brother, the B. T. Watson. community a good citizen, the wife a ) J. R. Crawford, " The old maxim has truly said that loviug and kind husband, the chilCom. Willis Smith, ) it is, indeed, an ill wind that blows W, S. Winkler, He dren a kind and good father. And whllo the good to nobody. was burled by High View Lodge U. The fact that Hood's Sarspnrllla, hard times bavo brought much of D. at Stewart Cemetery on the 7th. once fairly tried, becomes the favorsuffering m thlr train, the pcoplo have Wc, as a Lodge, join his wife and ite spring medicine, speaks volumes been compellod to resort to methods children in their bereavement. Blesslor its excellence and merit. of economy, which many will rememed is the man that dies in the Lord, (O.NtOUl). Especially is" this for when he shall awake in glory, ber with profit. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Ward visited truo of tho farmers la the way of he shall be like Him-Ch- rist. friends and relatives in No Creek N. C. Danibi,. Notwithstanding tho very feeding. Saturday and Sunday. m light crop nnd tho exceedingly hard Farle About Hcnlueky'a Common Miss Georgie Pirtle who has been winter tho majority of the farmers Achoola. visiting friends and relatives 'n (Supt. Thompson's Report.) have brought their stock through in Spring Lick for several weeks returned Five hundred and sixty school houfair condition nnd are ready for d to her home last week. precedspring work. Necessity has compell- ses werebuiltin thetwo years Mr. T. P. Carson, Heflln, spent ing June 30, 1893. ed them to save and utilize much that Sunday afternoon in. this neighborThe average annual State Fund is Equil-iation.noy REPUBLICAN iiwu .; LEAGUE. i Owensboro Will Make big Preparations to Entertain the Delegates. OwriNsnoRO, KvApril to.'os-ThState League of Republican Clubs will meet in Owensboro, Ky , May 15th, For the first time in its history we have the honor of having It meet south of Louisville. It has agreed to come to the Banner Democratic county of the State to hold Its State McetIng,preparatory for thrgrcat campaign that Is now before us and there is but one way for the Republicans of this and of the State to show their appreciation of this wonderful gathering, and that is to organise ev-- . ery county in this end of the State into Republican clubs nnd have them send delegates to Owensboro to represent their various counties in this One of the reas State Convention. ons why the Republican party has never done any more in this end of the State, was because we have never been organized. The Republlans of the State in order tocnourage Southwestern Kentucky, hive agreed to come to Owensboro with t!ie Convention. Louisville woull hive been the most central point for all parts of the State. But for our benefit and in order to encourage us, they will come to the Green River Country, one thousand strong, the leading Republicans of Eastern Kentucky. Let us give them a royal welcome, and there is no better way to do that than to have at least one 1 undred clubs at Owensboro from this end of the State to meet the Republicans from other parts of the State and show them by our actions that we propose todoour duty in the coming campaign. There is no better way of organizing our county, our Congressional District, or ru' State through these club) Each c'ub Is entitled to one delegate-fo- r every ten members it has, and there is not a town in this end of the State but what a club of at least one hundred members could be organized, nnd that would give you ten delegites In the State Convention. Then you can op. ganiz: a club in each voting precinct and have each club to elect its dele gates that will attend the State Convention. The Chairman of each conn', ty or voting pneinct has the right to organize these clubs. II your Conn- ... rll..H.I(H K.A1. .1l At.. ... .1 .j wmuiudu nuu bun uic Hireling, let some member of the Committee call them. Don't one wait for nnoth-el- , but let each Republican do his duty. If we fill this time when the Convention is at our door we need not expect nnylhing in the future from this end of the State We have candidates that want to be on the State ticket in the cominrr contest. Will we lnndlcap them inlthe first four Congressional Districtsby allowing theConvention to die on our h in 's by reason of Western Kentucky refusing to organize and send delegates to Owensboro May ist?.lcKinley.Ree',IIir-rison- , Allison have been invited to be present and make speeches From our own State W. O. Bradley. A. E Will-soGeo. Denny, Jno. W. Yeokees, Ino. W. Lewis and W G. Hunter are all expected to be present, besides hundreds of smiller men Irom different parts ol the State will bs rea ly to speak inbshitfof the G. O P The local Committee of Owensboro have secured the Tabernacle and the new Temple Theater lorths a:commo dation of the immense crowd and both will be used If necessary. The Tabernacle will seat six thousand people, and there will be at least four brass bands on the ground to h music, one from Covington, one Irom Newport, one from Louisville, and Owensboro will have the best band that was ev er in the city. The hotel accommodations will be s. The railroads will give reduced rates from all parts of the State to and from Owensboro, and the largest Convention thit ever as sembled in the State will be in Owensboro. Republicans, if you fall to attend this wonderful gathering you will regret it the rest of your life. Anyone desiring any information in the way of papers, blanks, &c, for organizing these clubs can secure them by writing Hon D. H Stine, State Secretary, Newport, Ky. e lur-nisfirst-clas- What is XVCWrWVCWTOCTOCOTSSSXs Bf.iyj rfi S55S55SSsS'X&5"i j ill Costorln. Is Dr. Sninucl IMtchcrM prescription for Iufunts nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nnrcotlo substance. It Is a harmless mibstltuto for Paregoric, Dropi, Soothing Syrups, nnd Castor Oil. It is ricntnnt. Its giinrnntco l thirty Jcnrs, use liy Millions of Mothers. Cnstorhi destroys Worms nnd nllnys Castorliv prevent vomltlnir Sour Curd, fovcrfshncss. cures Dlnrrlicca nnd Wind Colic. Cnstorln relieves teething troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. Castorhv nsslmllates tho food, regulates tho utoinnuh licnlthy nnd natural sleep. Cas-tor- la nnd bowels, Is .AhctChlldrcn's kS rnuaccn tho Mothers Friend. Castorio. Castoria, Tun loog drouth in Nebraska was broken Saturday and Sunday by The heavy falls of enow and rain. farmers are rejoicing, LocniEL Payne killed his brother, William, near Knoltsville, Daviess county, Tuesday with a fence rail. They quarrelled over a hen. Dr. J. R. Pfrtle, Hartford, spent with his parents. the average daily Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George Hickey spent attendance was 30 per cent.of census; Saturday and Sunday with his pars in 1893 it was 38 per cent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Hickey White districts in 1893 numbered ents The school census (6 to 20) in 1871, numbered 389.936; 1893 it was 706,-28- hood. Mr. George Seibert visited friends in Mt Vernon neighborhood last Sun- " Castoria It so well adapted to children that "CutorU I, en cxctllent rotdldne far children. Mothers hare rtfwatcdljr told in of IU I recommend It as superior to any prescription known tome." tool cflttt upon their children." II A. Aacnnn, M. DH D. O. C. Ohoood, III 80. Oilonl St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lowell, Man. remedy for children of "CoitorU U the which I am icijutlnted. I hope the dajr It net far distant when mothers will consider the ml Interest of their children, and use Castoria Instead of the varloua quack nostrums which are destroying their lored ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing; syrup and other hurtful scents down their throstt, thereby sending them to premature graves " Dr. J. P. Kinuiiloe, Conwsy, Alk. 3. day. bt In 1 87 1 to 1890, Ada-bur- g. "Our phjtlrlsns In the eMMren's depart ment hare spoken highly ef thetr experience In their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only have among our medical supplies whst Is known at regular products, yet we are free to confess thst the merits of Castoria has won us to look with faror upon It " UNITED IIOSriTAL AD ; Tim Supreme Court has just decided that so much of the Income Tax Law as levies taxes upon incomes arising upon rents and State, County and municipal bonds is uncoustitution al. .- --. I Alfohd. Surveyor of the Port of Louisville has brought two $50,000 daraogo suits against Mr. J. W. Bent, whose wife recently died of poisoning, which Mr. Bent has insinuated was planned by Mr. Alford. Mil B. F. The Beaver Dam saloon men are talking of contesting Wednesday's Hartford's saloon men election. contested because they did not have ballots enough and the Beaver Dam folks will contest becauso they didn't Theso saloon have voters enough. men are hard to satisfy anyway. 6,899; colored, 1,109; total, 8,005. Mr. C. Allen and family attended Nearly every county library for the birthday dinner given to Mr. J. Teachers, some of the collections of Mr. Hardin Ragland, books numbering 300 to 700 volumes. A. Park and Clear Run, last Sunday. TtrpubllcHii Convention. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McDowell The Republicans of Ohio county spent Sunday in this neighborhood are called to meet in mass convention, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pirat the Court House in Harttord Ky. tle. Saturday May 18th 1895 at oneo'clock Quite a crowd ol young people firm p. m. to select delegates to attend the this community attended the singing Republican State Convention, to be given by Mr. T. S. Allen of Washr, held, to nominate candidates for ington neighborhood. Thrse who went Lieut. Gov., Attorney General, were Messrs. George Seibert, James Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasur- Gray, Marvin Leach, Robert Hager-tnaer, Superintendent of Public InstrucJames Allen, Henry Pirtle and tion, Register of Land office, Alva Carter. Misses' Georgia, Flora of Agriculture, at Louisand Nora Coppage, Georgia and M ville Ky., May 29th, 1895. Pirtle and Cora Allen.Thcy report Also to select delegates to the First a pleasant time. Railroad Commissioner District, conMr. J. S. Allen Is at work for his vention to be held at Louisville Ky., grandfather, Mr. T. S. Allen, of May 29th 1895 to nominate a candiWashington neigborhood. date for Railroad Commissioner for Mrs. Nancy King, of Hartford, said District. spent last week with her son, Mr. D. By order of the County Executive W.King. Committee. E. 1). Guffy, Ch'm'n. Miss Mattie Pirtle and Master HenW. A. Gidson, Sec'y. ry Pirtle spent Siturday night with April 3d 1895. Miss Cora and Master Jimmie Allen. Gov-enon, Com-misson- Th Aixkn C Surru, fin. Contaur Company, 77 Murray Straat, New York City. DttfBKSAaT, Uotton, Mats. Baggies, Carriages, pring Wagons, i: I. parts' Lighter, Better and Cheaper J- - 1 - than Ever. sWMest I ;j3-4- 4 HSr"5?5rir aV Jfcgyj X MarTaTsWwBsSfESnBaW T. L&2 S2 3f?fiAtfj t Q SStiiy I tKk, The Court yard, fence and outi buildings are in a very bad state of repair and the Court House itself begins to badly need painting and THE COMMON A liberal ap. ABOUT other improvements. SCHOOLS, propriation for theso purposes on tho Perhaps no county in this part of part of the Fiscal Court would meet the State posseses so many good tho annroval of all progressive citi And schools as does Ohio county. zens of the county. surely no county has an abler or more progressive set of teachers and A few years ngo the Democrats The people of the themselves hoarse for school officers. wero shouting county year after year give more at a "chaDge" in tho administration of Tfie Re- tention to educational matters. the National Government. Nearly or quite all the schools for publicans now think Kentucky needs tho current school year have been a "change" and Eeeing that what is taught, and in all but a few instances sauce for thegouse is likewise saucefor splendid work baa been done. the gander, theso "change" loving The Census Reports for the DisDemocrats should fall into lino and tricts are beginning to como in and help to turn the Kentucky "rascals of course that means the teachers will out." begin the usual rush for schools. The Mr. Jones, a law provides that no contract shall On Saturday night be mado before the 1st of July and member of tho Arkansas Legislature until tho New Board of Trustees has alterand Governor Clarke, had an cation, in which each tried to drown been organized, but this does not pre Jones first spat vent the teachers securing promises the other in saliva. Governor's faco and then the from tho "hold over'' Trustees and in the latter enmitted a mouthful of guber- through June to hare ,t round with So that Tho Gov- the newly elected Trustee. natorial saliva in return. to all intents and purposes tho d ernor dicw n pistol but rattles of tho choice schools of the and tho row was stopped. county will be virtually contracted In view of the light rainfall during for long before July 1st. A large number of applicants are the past eleven months, and the fact that April is well on and still the expected to attend the earlier examiAulong drouth is unbroken, farmers are nations, viz.: in June, July and becoming apprehensive, lest this too gust. There nro several teachers and There is yet, prospective teachers in tho school may be a dry year. however, plenty of time for a very here and at Beaver Dam, and there wet crop year. The dry year of 1854 will bo others from adjoiuing counand 1874 wero followed by the wet, ties. While tho teachers will scarcely though excellent crop years of 1855 of 1895 reach the ono hundred mark in the and 1875. The present year will no doubt fall into lino and es- contest fortho prize offered by the pecially is it likely to be a year of State Board for the county makin the best showing in the examr abundant crops. on the State Reading Circle work, That England's policy of seizing they havo responded nobly and a the property or territory of weakerand largo number of papers aro already in almost defenseless Nations, is u dis- and a few moro are still expected, Supt. Shultz has not yet determingrace to Christian Civilization, is a Her seizure of ed the timo and place of holding the matter of history. Venezuelan tcrritoiy and refusal to Institute, but tho probabilities are arbitrate upon fair and honorable that it will be held in tho latter part terms is but ouo more incident In a of August, a time, which from best adapted to the wants long Hue of international robbery and of tho teachers bad faith in which England bos playThe outlook for the year in school ed a part. This policy is novcr attempted to bo practiced upon any of matters is very flatteiing and indicathe great powers, except in the most tions point to a very prosperous stealthy manner and when she shows school year. her hand and is met face to face by a Obltnnry. power equal to her own she is always George L. O'Bannon, the subject of Not this sketch, was born November 23, more than willing to arbitrate. It 1840, in Ohio county, Ky., and was so with Nations liko Venezuela. I first kuew him is high time Uncle Sam was putting raised on a farm, a practical phase upon the beautiful as a farm boy and then as soldier. by informing He joined the atmy in 1861, in Co.A. Monroa Doctrine, Great Britain that her interference 17th Ky. Inlantry, and at the battle of Ft. Donclson was given charge of in the affairs of American Countries flag by Col, McIIenry and he carWhen tho British lion the must cease. ried it in many hot contested battles, of the American hears the scream with honor to himself and credit to iagle he always knows to tuck his the regiment. He was loved and retall securely between his legs and spected by all his comrades. He res Letjbe eagle scream. ceived a wound which gave him a skulk away. He great deal of trouble at times. was mustered out ol service in 1865, returned home and on January 10, ISj Rot iWu Brup. twin Gou Use 1867 was married to Miss Sara A. received TOMJIRIahjEbUI rwart and they raised. 5 children, 4 -. people Pile MuhleuiJgv.T fJntc-ferema-jori- ty DciiIm Ihe NtMertWnt. Boston, Ky., April 8. I see an article in your valuable paper, clipped from the Owensboro Inquirer, stating that there were peo- pie in this part of Hancock county that were the verge of starvation, and that the colored people were eating norse flesh. I want to say that I live between Victoria and Lyonia and that I know all the people in this section of the county.and there is not a colored man here, and besides we have plenty to eat and it is not horse flesh either. We always work our horses and eat hog meat and beef We also have very good land that we raise our own corn and wheat and we neither have to lend or borrow, and it the Inquirer man wants to buy some corn, wheat, hogs or young cattle, and has the money, we can ship him some of the same. I have seen several pieces in the Owensboro papers ToUCIIMB NOT, In Memory Of George W. Catter;grandfather was born Jan. 30, 1810, died April 7, 1895, of la grippe. Dearest father thou hist left. Here thy loss we deeply feel; But 'tis God that has berelt us, He can our sorrows heel. We shall meet again dear father In a brighter clime than this; Where the anguish of this world of Call and sec our Hubbor Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in rcrinc. O Harness and saddlery Goods. ' 7 misrepresenting us and I want it un- ours Is lost in deathless bliss. Father tbon art now at home Among angels fair above; Yet below thy children must roam, Till summoned by his love. He's crossed the troubled river That lies betwixt us and heaven; To him a robe ot whiteness A golden crown is given. A light from our household is go ir, A voice we loved is still; A place is vacant in our hearts That never can be filled. JOHN G. DELKER, 110 & 1L2 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, wenslaoro. "ESLy. announce to the cit izens of Hartford and Workmanship Supe- nor to any in the State iu reuuurs 01 ine Republican that our Spring Stock comprises all the novelties of the season, as well as the staples, and for satisfaction you should call and see us. f Goods the Newest, Fits the Best. Prices the Lowest, It is our pleasure to derstood that we have plenty of But, is he dead? No, no, he lives! His happy spirit flies schools nnd churches and as good as To heaven above and there remains there are in Owensboro. The long expected prize. J. D. Keown. O, thou who driest the mourner's Clooda Locntnl. eyes, Information leached the sheriff's How dark this world would be, office yesterday afternoon that a part Did we not know our father dear Was only called to Thee. of the goods stolen from Skiltman's Auibrt Acton. store at Pleasant Ridge had been loSulphur Springs, Ky. Owensboro Messenger. cated says the Sheriff" Mullican and Deputy Lyman I'olleBe Notes. Pierce went to the place iudicated, Only seven weeks remain of our and just before dark came across the school, the students are awakening property concealed in a hollow log to the realization of this tact and are on Reuben Gray's farm. They found putting forth their best effotts to acanew saddle, some harness, some complish something in the great field canned goods andother articles, which oflearning. were identified as part of the goods Mr. Alphonzo Rogers, Prentis, Ky., taken from Skillman's store. It will was a welcome visitor at X Tuesday be remembered that Reuben Gray morning. and Veatch Earl were Indicted by the Mr. A. M. Smith visited his home last grand jury for the burglary, and Saturday and Sunday. the findiug of the goods on Gray's Dr. A. F. Stanley, a former stuplace is believed to be important evi- dent of the College, was with us Weddence against them. Gray and Karl nesday afternoon, are out on bond and their case is to Wc are glad to have Miss Ella Her'come up at this terra of court. ring with us again, after an absence of several days, on account of sickNervous I'eople And those who are all tired out and ness. Prof. Shultz made a very enthusihave that tired feeling or sick headache be relieved of all these symp- astic talk Wednesday at X to the that are inclined to neglect their toms by taking Hood's Sarsapari)la, duties. which gives nerve, mental and bodiThe Hypatians say that the Alex-- , ly strength and thoroughly purifies the blood. It also creates a good ap- andrians should not lose their notes, if petite, cures indigestion, heartburn, they want to keeptheirentertainmeut a secret. and dyspepsia. Dr, Alexander has been a victim of Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy la grippe this week, in action and sure in effect. 25c, Prof.Foster says that he feels much better since the coming of spring, we I'rrebylerjr nt llctln. The following Is the program of the are sure that he looks much better. A class In Kentucky History kas Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbya, been organized. It is under the manterian Church which convenes at Ky., on Saturday, April 13, 1895, agement of the members composing Dafiinb, same, at 11 o'clock: Opening sermon by the 11 n in. "How o Cure) nil Nkln liltrnira." retiring Moderator, Rev. W.H.BrownOintSimply apply "Swayne'a Recess till ing. Organization, &c. ment." No internal medicine requirm. 2:30 ji. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all ed. AITKRNOON SESSION. eruptions on the lace, nose, &c, leavMiscellaneous business, Preaching ing the skin clear, white and healthy. Sermon by Its great healing and curative powers in the evening at 7:30. are possessed by no other remedy. Rev. Willis Smith on Temperance. Ask your druggist lor Swaynr's stu-ents Be-d- EVANS BROS., Importing Tailors, lOGMain Street, Owensboro, Kentucky. AVOID BulK Soda ! Pure soda the best soda, comes only In packages. bearing this trade markCST It costs no morj than Inferior package soda never spoils the flour always keeps soft. Beware of imitation trade marks and labels, and insist on packages bearing these words Bad soda spoils good flour. TT V SUNDAY 'I je - Sunday School mas3.raeetlngato:jo a. m. Rev. Mr. Hicks, of Llvermore, Messrs. George Tilford, Ceralvo, B. presiding, 1 1 o'clock a. ui. Sermon P. Taylor, Olaton, Chas. Wilson, Sacrament Cromwell, were In town Wednesday, by Rev. B. T. Watson. m administered by Rev. W. S. Winkler. Rev. D. T. Watson, State Mission-ar- y SONDAYAFTBRNOON. will preach at the C. P. Church Christian Kndeavor Rally K, M, Hackett presiding. Address, "The i i Tun 14m. Ointmknt, 34 ly. TheltaateTYoiiliil'oiiiimulon. Joplln In Ai(iintril, Among the manyattractlvcand handSpecial from Washington to Tuessome Raster numbers so popular day's Cour says:"The among readers of m igozines aud postoflicc fight has ended The Youth's Companion excells in the appointment to.day of Prank appropriateness t j the season an 1 in Joplln to succeed Mrs. Helm, whose the exceptional quality of its reading commission expired co rly last Janumatter. ary. The Courier-Journcorrespon"TheStoiy of a Statute," by the dent stated just after theodjotirnment Marquis ol Lome, prepared for The of Congress that Joplln would be reCompanion in collaboration with the appointed as the President had In the Princess Iuisc, is an article of rare first instance made the appointment Interest. "Dorothy's Raster," and in good faith and did not like the "A Corner in Kggs," are two typi- stories in circulation, thnt he was a cal Easter Stories well worth twice patty to an Inconsistent aqt. It is tEiilrrfalneif, reading. "The Romance of a Shoal," thought here that the charges against "A Musical from the String Hand" an adventurer story by W.Clark RusMrs. Helm cut much figure and In was the announcement made to Mrs. sell, would be hard to duplicate. the opinion ol some it would have Spalding's gnests last Tuesday evenEach of the entire collection of stobeen better for the friends of the new ing. My, the pleasure anticipated, ries deserves special mention, and Postmaster if they never had been which was fully realized in the elewith the miscellany, poetry, etc , made." gant hospitality ol our hostess, and collected in this one issue is worth To say Miss Morton as accompanist. the price of the paper for the entire The World's-Fai- r that the Terpsichorean goddess was year, 8hmred no baking powder well be imagined. irresistible may a so pure or so great In leavRev. G. I, Dean will in a few days ening power as the Royal, Dr. T. J. Wedding and wife.Whltes-ville- , have the new office by the Commerwere the guests ol Messrs. J. S. cial Hotel 'completed which will be x not do o at once ajr your occupied by Attorney J. P. Sanderfur, R Wedding this week. nbecrliillou, s, of Greenville, and Miss Emma Paxton weic married at the residence of the bride's brother, Mr. Wayne Paxton, near Crcmwell, A. large number of admiringand relatives and friends had gathered and many were the hearty congratulations extended the newly wedded pair when Rev. Utandon had performed the beautiful ceremony that made the two hearts beat as one. The wedding party then repaired to the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Magdalene Rogers, where a bountiful supper was served to the delight of all. Mr. Rogers is a young Attorney of much promise, who has established himself in our neighboring little city ol Greenville for the practice of his profession. He is one of our best and most worthy young men. The bride is a young lady of beaut; and culture, whose many virtues makes her well worthy the young man of her choice. well-wishi- Oil Mr. J. L. Rogers, Itozrrs.rnxlnn. Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock lit TfliW 4 O a a o a c e a ! ARM AND HAMMER maae oniy oy uiUKUl CO , Nw York. Sold by grocers everywhere. Write lor Arm and Hammer Book ol valuable Recipes- - FRED. S1A s a e a o o e Tests . Viud .. k3KSSOWWi ? fKK" Mtem??Bi'Wwm A Bowling WJ Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. H CREAM BAKING 40 MOST PERFECT MADE. A pura Grips Creim of Tsrttr Powder. Fr from Ammonli, Alum or iny other adulterant YEARS TUB STANDARD. 1895, mm I'm day, Aran, is, lliitnynu itnlil your aiihscrlpllotiT Baled liay for sale by 1'ieM & Hol-bro- Capt. S. K. Cox Is in Owcnsboro on business. Read the new base ball rules In column, Davla nnd Ames Buggies for sale by Field & Holbrook er Green special to the ol yesterday Says a force of 150 men will begin work on Good calico at 4c at Fair Bros. & Rough River in two .weeks. Co's. Lightning struck the Co's Store nt Prof. J. ). Glenn, MadsoiivIlIc,is in Hamilton Mines last Thursday and town. mashed In one side considerably and Millinery trade booming nt Fair damaged the stock of goods, amounting in ell to about $150. Other houses Dros."& Co's. were damaged but not seriously. The Mr. F. M. Martin, Jingo, called to same daylightnlng struck Solan Patsee us Friday. terson at McIIenry nnd knocked him Mr. H. T. Maxwell, Shreve, called senseless for some titne. to see us Friday. Cntiilfilnlelnr tlieColllily Home. Being a poorwoman with no means Elegant line of Stanley shirts, 50c, ot support, I have concluded to ben Fair Bros. & Co's. e come n candidate tor Headquarters for stylish clothing kee er. My husband John Hudson, at Fair Bros. & Co's. was Hlled by the train at Rosine a Attorney Jno. B. Wilson is In Point few years ago, and since then I have had a hard time to make a living for Pleasant on business. my family of sixsmall children. Any Farmers come to Fair Bros. & Co's influence being brought to bear on for your spring supplies. any one that would assist me would Mrs. Harry Moore, Paradise, is vis- be thankfully received iting her mother near town. Mns. Emma Hudson. Come to Carson & Co. for fertilizer. Courier-Journ- al poor-hous- Bring your Hams to Carson & Co. ATT YE Writes an Interosdng Letter From Beaver Dam. ' Rev. E. E. Pate filled his regular In the appointment here Sunday. afternoon at 4 o'clock he preached to the children. A Baptist Sunday School was or ganlzed at the Baptist Church Sunday evening. Miss Bessie Nave, Louisville, one of our former girls, came down Tuesday night to attend the "Skule," returned home Monday. Miss Bessie anticipates spending vacation with the Beaver Dam girls. was a- Tlie "Dcestriclc Skule" marked success. There were none who played their parts better than "Grover Cleveland" and "Bonanza Honey Suckle." A party from Hartford, Rochester and Fordsvllle were present. They cleared $25, notwithstanding the rainy weather and much sickness. Died, at the home of her parents, Mr. W. H. Austin and wife, Sunday night, Mrs. Dr. Rhoads, of Newville.-Fuuera- l services were held In Goshen Church and the remains were interrShe leaves ed in Goshen Cemetery. a husband, two children, parents, rel atives and a host of friends toThourn her loss. The writer extends sympathy to bereaved ones. Miss Nellie Young returned to her home in Rochester Sunday. Mr. Frank Casebler has been off of the road several days on account of sickness. Miss Fannie Barnes and Mrs. II. D. Hunt are able to be out again. Mrs. K, V. Williams has been sick of grip for many days. Mrs. Poyner is somewhat better, Mrs. E. C. Taylor, Liberty neighborhood, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Metcalf. Mr.S. R. Dent, Leitchfield, Is in town. Misses Bessie Nave and Attye Austin were in Hartford Saturday eve-Ing. COLORED 11Y DEPARTMENT. r. a. OAnY. order nblo Count? , Court. Regular Term, First day of April, jAsrnn Voting 1895. ) Pktbbs, Prrcinct, J Nervous and Weak Hood's Sarsapnrilla Made Him a Different Man. Do yob want a good pair ol slippers? Fair Bros. & Co. keep them. We want ojjjjl your Bacon. '" Carson & Co See our new millinery goods, Carson & Co. No doubt but what Fair Bros.& Co. have the line of clothing., We have sugar corn that wc will sell for 7c per can at Carson & Co. Cash buys goods low, that's why Fair Bros, & Co. do the clothing business. Mr. Jo Mulhol, Louisville, visited Iriends in Hartford last Sunday nnd Monday. Dr. H. L. King, Ccntertown, was the guest of Mr. Jno. B. Wilson Wednesday, H)ti JohnJ.Mctleiry wjs one day last week. lil.iuls-vlll- c Subscribe for Tun KnrunucAN and keep up with the procession. Miss DessicDuke, Sulphur Springs, is visiting Miss Anna Dean. Messrs. M. I. and Sam lleavrin went to Owensboro Wednesday. Mr. A. J. Addington, Smallhouse, called to sec us Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Likens went to Owcnsboro Sunday returning Mon- day. $33 pays all expenses at BreckinMr. A. I. Casey and Mr, Nolln, oi ridge Normal College for one term of the Owcnsboro Inquirer, were in 10 weeks. ' town Sunday. Sheriff C. P. Keown will move his Everyone in need of Gloves, new tamlly to the Gibson property in a Hat or new Dress, will dowell il they few days. ' will call on Carson & Co. The Shanty opposite Esq. J. L. Little early to talk wool but Fair Miller was destroyed by fire last FriBros & Co want to remind you that day night. they are going to buy It. J'rora 60 to 70 teachers are turned Fair Bros. & Co. can surely please out of Breckinridge Normal each year in millinery. They have the style with certificates. combined with the prices. )ilrs. ltd. W. Taylor and children, Crowds in our clothing department Greenville, are visiting friends In Saturday and Monday, leaders of Hartford this week. stylish suits at Fair Bros. & Co's. Pjace your advestisemeut In Tub Williams & Bell arc headquarters RnrunuCAN nnd It will be read by for wall paper, paints, and pure fresh people every week. 10,000 drugs. Call on them for bargains. Let nil attend the Christian EndeavCome to Miss Bennett, Fair Bros. or Rslly at Bela Sunday April 14th & Co's milliner, she treats you right J. P. Hicks, Pastor. and gives you the correct idea of Ifyouwtintto reach the people wnat's worn. with your advertisement, place it In Messrs. William & Bell arc having Tint UnrunuCAN, and everybody will their residence on College Street see it. Mr. George painted. handsomely Mr. and Mrs. H. B Taylor, Jr., Phillips is doing the work. Bwvtr Dam, were the guest of Our Milliner is ready to f.x up a J. P. Stevens and family Fri- new hat, trim up your old hat, or do I . A I'lrnsnnt Afternoon. On Tuesday week the hearts of the feminine portion of our little village were made glad by the reception ot cards to n High Tei. The charming hostess, Mrs. John J. McIIerify, assisted by Miss McIIenry and Miss Cate, proved by their gracious greetings the sincerety of their "I 'wish you a pleasant afternoon-In the drawing ftotu was the daintiest ol dainty tea tables, presided lver by the universally popular Miss McIIenry, gowned in a silk oTRobin-egblue. The next table was graced by Miss Cate, who served a delicious 'lunch. Her costume was of pink crepe. Passing through the portiere wc beheld the fair hostess, robed in a pale blue, which enhanced her She presented her blonde beauty. guests with the most cooling ices, as well ns pleasant words. Carried away with the souvenirs distributed by the prettiest of little donas, Miss Sollie Taylor, were the most agreeable of the afternoon, Guest. " g Miss Dora E. Gibson spent Friday night in Hartford, list. The election held Wednesday to deMrs. Nancy Porter, who has been termine whether open saloons should very sick, is improving slowly. Miss Kate Crowder visited her par-- , be in our midst, resulted in a vote of 45 againsi saloons to 10 in favor of ents last Sunday. Farmers are very busy preparing them. for their crops. Messrs. II. Merrick and I.C. HoovRev. W. I. Berry will fill his regu-- . er are erecting new builings. Attyk lar appointment the 2nd Sunday in this mouth, near Sanderfur's Crossing. Orders Ohio County Court. Richard Davis was in town last Regular Term, First Day of April week. By n vote, as emphatic IIKAVEK DAN, Mrs. J. B. Sanderfur Is visiting of Beaver Mrs. Minnie Thomas, Dam.who is very sick nt this writing. Miss Ida Leach visited Miss Dee Davis last Sunday. Mr. J. B. Sanderfur is on the sick ' Diamond. 1895. N P $&- u4Mx. anything that you may want done in Mrs. Clarence It Walker and son, the millinery line at Carson & Co. Master. Helm, nnd Mis Mary TayThat is right, Carson & Co. have lor, of Louisville, nreviiiting the got the goods, tlip lowest prices and family o( Mr H. I' Taylor. three young men nnd one ladynlways Normal is prepared ready to wait on you. Give them a Breckinridge to give pupils any course they may call. elect. The Epworth League which meets R. P. Siiacklrtt Pres Hardlnsburg. nt the Methodist Church every SunMiss Lula Johnson, who has been day evening is growing in numbers attending Hartford College for the and Interest. New members are relast year.left Wednesday morning for ceived at almost every session and much'good is being accomplished. her home In Prlceton. Ky. Quite a pleasant evening was spent Next Sunday at Goshen, Love Feast at 9:30 a. in. Preaching nnd by the ladies of town with Mrs. Jencommunion services at n a. m. nie McIIenry nnd daughters, Mrs. Preachln; also at j p. ra. John J. McIIenry nnd Miss Isabelle E. E. Path. McIIenry, last Friday from 4 to 6 o'clock. A great many were In atMiss Maggie D. Williams, recently tendance nnd all have nothing but in charge of the graded school at words of praise for the handsome Ky , Is now teaching In the In which they received. Southern Normal University, Hunt- manner ington, Tenn. She will attend the A very amusing case was brought K. I?. A. Southern School up for trial before Judge Morton WedCounty Attorney E. P. Neal has nesday. Lydla Brown swore out a purchased the property of Esq. J. L. warrant for the arrest of Ev Peyton Miller on Washington St. nud will in nnd Ella Young, charging them n short while move his family Into with beating, bruising and otherwise disfiguring her person. There were same. Esq. Miller left Wednesday a great number of colored witnesses with his family for his farm near and being tried before a colored jury the case attracted unusual attention. Messrs. Lee B. Stevens and Ben The jury found the defendants not Rial have purchased the stock of guilty. groceries belonging to Mr. Will TayThe cases of the Com'th against lor, and will continue the business nt Smith, charged with assault the same old stand, where they invite Horace against' Frank to call on them. They and battery, Cutn'th their friends Lake, charged .with cutting and stabwill keep n well selected stock of grobing in sudden heat and passion, and ceries constantly on hand. the Cora'th ngainst Lai Bartlett, A new telephone will in a few weeks charged with assaultandbattery.carue be put into operation from Rosine up before fisqr. Graves at Buford Satto Hartford, via Horse Branch and urday for examining trial. Mr. CM. Beaver Dam. This will thea give us Barnett represented Smith and Bartconnection with these towns nnd lett nnd Jo. B. Rogers nnd Judge C The Cromwell. The line should be exW Massie represented Lake. tended on to Owcnsboro, and then Com'th dismissed the case against we would have connection with the Smith and the court after hearing the outside world. evidence nnd arguments dismissed the cases against Lake and Bartlett. Mr. John W Tlchenor, of Point Nolle! Pleasant, one of Ohio county's most I I All persona having claims against prosperous young farmers, and an genial gentleman, was mar- the estates of J. L. Burton, deceased, ried to Miss Minnie Robertson, of nrr lirrchv notified to tiroduce them. ofDecatur, Ala,, on the 3d inst., at the properly proven, before me at my Ky., on or before fice in Hartford, home of the bride, Dr. Anson West officiating. They have many Iriends May 10, 1895, or they will be forever C M. BAIWBTT, who join in wishing for them a long barred. Special Commissioner, and happy life. April 8, :89s. Dr. A. F. Stanley, of Rochester, Wllltnui-.Miillgraduated on March 39th of Hospital Last Wednesday nt 1 o'clock nt the Medical College, where he bad attendo, ed three terms ns prescribed by law. residence of Mrs. Marshal, ol Owens-borMr. J. R. Williams, ol near graduated with high Dr. Stanley Fords-villhonors, tying another student for the town.and Miss Oma Smith, of were united In the holy bonds prize oflered on Materia Medlca, out of a class of 75 stud ents. TheDoctor of matrimony by Rev. W. E.Cook, s educatIon,and la in the presence ol only a few intimate possesses a He has loca- friends and relative. Immediately gentleman. a ted nt his old home, Rochester, where after the ceremony the bridal patty he will open an office. Tim Rbpud-ca- n c&tne to the home of the groom, where they were met by a few neighjoins his many friends in wishabundant success In his bors and friends. Miss jlda Smith acing him companied them. profession. Wil-lard, Ada-burI i. e, first-clasfirst-class day and Saturday It appearing that a petition signed as that of the by F. 1 Stum, J. T. Smith, Jr., G. people of the county, where they votW. Sanders. Ira Lee, I. 0. Adair, R. ed whiskey out, Beaver Dam refused 0. Smith, J. D. Cooper, G. W. Brite, Wednesday, to nullify the county law put into operation by the votes of 0. E, Ford, N. J. Miller and ethers was filed with the Court nt this Term the people ol the entire county. By a majority of 45 we decided asking that a Graded Common School Wednesday for our school and against District be organized with the follow" saloons. The election passed off quieting boundary: Beginning at H. T. ly, without any bitterness or contention, and the result was highly satisFord's (de'd) excluding him; thence factory. to J. II. Smith's including him, nnd The saloon element had dwindled down to small porportions before the including John M. Johnson's thence election came on and there were few to B. F. Wallace's farm excluding it; indeed to favor them. We can say thence to Quint Lanbara's excluding one thing to the credit of our colored citizens, that so far as is certainly him, and including Mrs. Whitler's, known none voted for saloons. J. P. Gilmore, W. H. Crowe and 0. This speaks well for them. For H. Whitler; thence to Widow Wedawhile efforts were probably made to organize them for whisky, the ma- ding's including her; thence to . jority and better class took a bold and Hodden's including him; tbence to Independent stand against it, and the beginuig; nnd that the Lot on succeeded in carrying their people on Mam Street between the M.E. Church A Citizen. the right. p South and Matthews Street bo the i Ordors Ohio County Court. site of the School Houbo for said DisRegular Term, First Day of April trict, which lot is certified not to ex189S. f ceed two and miles from any A. D. White et. nl. having lodged part of the proposed boundary, and it a petition for an election to be held in the town of Hartford, Ky., pursuant appearing also that said petitioners to the general Local Option law, said nro tax payers, legal voters and resipetition is now filed of record and dents ot the School District No. 96 oi said petitioners having deposited sufthis county, nnd also of the proposed ficient money with the Judge of this Court to defray expenses hereof and Graded Common School District and of said election it is therefore ordered the approval of the County Superinthat the Sherifl of Ohio County be tendent and Trustees is indorsed on and he Is hereby directed to open a poll in each voting precinct in the said petition, according to law the town of Hartford on the :7th day of Court being sufficiently advised orJune 1895, to take the sense of the le- ders that Cal P. Keown, the Sherifl gal voters of the said town, whether or not the law now in force prohibit- of this County, be and ho is hereby ing the sale, barter and loan of and directed to causo a poll to be opened traffic in such liquors in said town and an election to bo held at Fords-vill- e shall become inoperative. on tho 11th day of May 1805, The Clerk of this Court Is directed to prepare the poll books and ballots for the purposo ot taking tho senso of for said election as required by law. the legal voters residing therein, the The sherifl will advertise said elec- boundary of tho said proposed Gradtion as required by law. ed Common School District, whether D. M. HOCKER, C. 0. C. C. By Ernbst Tracv, D. C. there shall be levied and collected an annunl tax of Forty cents on each ELECTION NOTICE. $100 of property valued therein subPursuant to an order of the Ohio County Court. I will cause to be open- ject to State and County taxation, ed a poll in the voting precincts in owned by Whito persons and $1.50 the town ol Hartford, Ohio County tax on each White male inhabitant Kentucky, 011 the 17th day of June 1895, between the hours of 7 n. m , of said District over 21 yeara of age nnd 4 p. m., to take the sense of the for tho purpose of establishing and legal nud qualified voters in said town maintaining a Graded School therein on the question whether or not the law now in lorce prohibiting the sale, as provided in sections 100 to 130, barter or loan of spirituous, vinous Officers of tho said election will also nnd malt liquors in said town, shall causo the legal voters of said proposbecome inoperative. ed Graded Common School District C. P. KEOWN, S. O. C. to vote for six persons to bo Trustees This April n, 1895. of same, provided raid tax shall be "We have often noticted a class of approved. young ladles who would turn up their Tho Officers of the said Election nose when they happen to come upon will mako return to this Court of the a man, who was hard nt work, with result ot same ntthe earliest day praccoat off and his sleeves rolled up, but ticable certified in due form. when a dude comes up they can't be Attest: D. M. HOCKER, 0. 0. C. 0. too plcasaut. We thank God all our By Ernest Tiuoy, D. 0. girls nre not this sort, Why should ELECTION NOTICE. you, girls, look with a contempt upPursuant to an order ot the Ohio on a laboring man, when everything County Court 1 will cause to bo openyou eat, wear and the beautiful homes ed a poll In the town of Fordsville, you live in and churches where you Ky., on tho 11th day of May 1805, worship God nre nil built by the lab- between the hours ot 7 a. m. nnd 4 p. orer? in fact everything is made by m., to take the senio of the white legal this class, when upon theother hand the and qualified voters in said town nn the question whether or not there shall bo dude Is fit lornotlfing, except to dead-bea Graded Common School established the tailor and theboardlng houses In the above its said town, out of what he justly owns. A dude boundary" is a thing also who never pays up, 0. P. KEOWN, S. 0. 0. und is a curse to a civilized country. This 11th day of April 1805. llrntrr Irani Irj-- . one-halat The Republican County Convention meets in next month and we hope that every colored voter in Ohio county will be out, for this Is a year in which the Republicans in the entire State have great hope of success, but to have success we cannot depend on the Democratic misrule insuring us success without uiing exertions ourselves to succeed. For it will take every vote to elect our ticket. So every county shdutd organize themselves forthe great struggle. We don't think It a good Idea for the colored voters to organize In a seperate body from the white Republicans, but they should be together as they are all working for the same cause. The coloted voters should be represented in the County Committee. They are expected to go up and vote together, therelore they should know something about the inner machinery. That so little Interest is manifested in the success oi the patty on the part of the colored voter.They think they are ignored In this respect Since the colored voter gets no remuneration from the party we don't think they should be denied those empty honors. So we expect this year for the colored voter to be Represented in the County Committee and we think we are also entitled to a Representative from this county to the State Convention, not because we are colored voters but because we are men and Amercan citizens, We are glad to see that Mr. C. II. Parks is out again circulating among his many friends. We are sorry to say that Miss Ellen Louis is no better. Mrs. Mary E. Parks Is very sick and has been for more than two weeks. Mrs. Emma Walker is also very sick. The Grand Master oi the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows visited the Lodge here on the 5th. He met the Household of Ruth in the evening and the btothers at night.after which we had a grand reception. A table was spread by the sisters laden with every thing that was apetizing.'Prof. W. II. Ros3 the Graud Master is a man of rare attainments and the order has a champion in him that will not allow the order to suffer from the lack of interest. The Grand Master is a young man and a few of the young ladies were out at the reception and they entertained him royally. The U. B. F. Lodge met In its regular meeting Saturday night, with a fair attendence and initiated one candidate. They are preparing for a grand thanksgiving sermon on the 21st Everybody is invited to be with us on that occasion. , Don't forget Eastor services at the M. E. Church in Hayti next Sunday. They anticipate a grand time, all arc condially invited to be present on that day. Rev. Barker, of Dawson, preached at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday night. He preached two very fine sermons. It is expected that he will be back here in the near future and assist the pastor, Rev. J. II.Ealy, in a protracted meeting. The Sunday School at the Alpha Baptist Chnrch elected delegates to the Sunday School Convention last, Sunday, the convention convenes in Greenville next month. Every colored man in Ohio county should be a subscriber the Tim Hartford RnruuucAN. If you are not one, have your name enrolled on the great subscription book of that grand paper, which is doing so much for the colored people, and so much for the cause of the Republican party. . m 1'' Motion. Whereas there was at the Regular April Term 1895 of the Ohio County Court, a petition filed and signed by n number of the voters of Ohio County asking that n voting precinct be established at Olato 1). The Court being sufficiently advised that it is necessary for the convenience of the public that a precinct be established at Olaton. It is therefore ordered and adjudged bytlieCouttthat a voting precinct be and the same is hereby established at Olaton with the following boundary viz: Beginning at the mouth ol Huffs to-w- it Vt Creek on Rough Creek; thence to New Baymous Church; thence with the Hartford and Hardlnsburg road to the Rosine road; thence with said road to C. C. Vhite's;thence to Thos. Sanders excluded; thence to J, D. Miller's excluded;thence to the mouth of McGrady's run; thence with said run to the Grayson county line;tuence with said line tothe mouth of Brown's Creek on Rough Creek; thence with Rough Creek and its meanders to the mouth of Hufi Creek, the beginning. Said Precinct shall be named Olaton Precinct and the place of voting shall be at Olaton. A copy attest: D. M. HOCKER, CO. C. C By Ernest Tracy, D. C. Breckinridge Normal College opens April t, summer term Mr. IK. II. XCruy Eureka Spring, Aik. "I cannot find word In which to exprcei my thankfalneaa for what Hood's ha dono for my huiband. lis riM afflicted with rheamatUm and tho grip. lie lost hie appetite, waa nerrona and hta actions became sluggish, having no Ufa at sit about him. He seemed a phyileal wreck. At laut he decided to take Hood's Barsaparllla, and after taking two bottles he felt as though he was well. He contlnned taking it, and to. day he feels and looks like ' A Dlfforont Man. Oar house Is never without nood's Barsaparllla. Wo will not accept any other from our drngglst. Hood's Barsaparllla Sana-parllla I IS Hood's5, cannot be recommended too highly. We cheerf ally recommend nood's BarMpa-rll- la and Hood's I'llln." Mas. W. It. Uutrr, Box 675, Eureka Springs, Ark. Cures Next term Hood's Pill curs coniUpatton by restoring thsperUtalUoacUon of the alimentary canal. . 1 June 10 1895. The Lexington Business College. a (INCORPORATED.) J R. P.SifACKLRrr Pres. of Beaver Dam will be dedicated on the first Sunday in May by Rev. J. W.Turner, of Louisville. There will be services at 10:30 a. ra., 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. ni. on Sunday. Everybody In the county is Invited to attend with a well filled basket, and bring someone with you. Now, we hope the people will understand that all are invited to come, regardless of name or or order. There will be other men of ability in attendance, so everyone will have on opportunity to hear some able preaching. Come. Yours, I. B. Pbrryman. 33 8t New Church. The first M. E. Church 4w, -- m v THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. t Connected uUA Mi Slalt A if. College.) Hlabevt OQltlal Endorvcmrnt. Che Got-rnof the CommotiweaUh, the President ot ilie male Collesv. aud tbe ftreretarv and TmMtirer of tbe Hecorlty Trust and Bafety Vutt Co. Aljrnlnr Its Dlplom. llECOnJIE.NUKIs liv luarmy ofancMssfDl fttudftnls, whose sslarlei aggrt sate linndrvda ot thousands of dollar per annum. Issdlnr proNrom of tue fessional and business men wbo are Its friends and patrons, stem of aetual. praetleal business) Instruction used In every department, makes 11 months ennsl4 br any other plan. LAT1WT AND IIIUIIKMT AWAltlm. "All the first l'remtoms, (Jold and ilrome Medals and Diplomas, etc.," at tbe International Slid. awardsd the system ol It Infer Exposition, In v used this College. Head Department. 13 years oflluslnesa book.kee per and expert practical experience as accountant. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Wanted. To employ an energetic Lady or Gentleman to represent us in each County. Salary $50.00 per month and a commission. Address with stamp. Chas, A. Robinson & Co., Salina, Kans. 36 1 in t r I iii;fkui;nck. When When When When Baby ru tick, we gave her CattorU. she was a Child, she cried for Cutorlo. the became libs, the clang to Castorla. the had Children, the gave them Castorla, Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great remedy for children and guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only ascts per bottle. THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL ftree to readers of thie paper. 1 IIK1IIKNT AWAlils tP llolU.I'l CO. LUIIUIAK exposition to" American System of Hbortnsnd," taught In this College, and the lllancat Endorsement In tbe World to the bead of our Hbortbaud Department (an reporter), from tbe authors ot this system. TKf.KUIlArilY. Nape Myatens rlntendrntaofour nallway and Telea-rapl- s bat record of 11 years' practical experience, from Night operator to Chief Train Dispatcher, with the largest Trunk Lines In America. 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The largest aud most perfectly equipped tlnalneaa Collect) Building; in the Mouth. colleges, whose responsibility HEWAIIK.-So- me rests upon their word only, will tell you that they will give you tbe rsame," or a "more thorough course." In " less time." or for " less money," etc., than It takes to complete a wunw .itu u. ...uv v auvu :,,uu.(,. they are false. Illustrated Catalogna free. rnncipii, Auarcss, u u t,Ai.uuujLexington, Ky. ,. Symptoms l'lles! I'lles! Ilcblne; IMIea. IHrti nl neaver Dnoi, Mrs. Dr. P. T. Rhoads.of Newvllle, came to Beaver Dam about two weeks ago to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Austin, and was taken sick, which soon developed into a severe case of typhoid fever, until she was relieved from her worldly suffering by death last Sunday night, surrounded by friends and loved ones. The very best medical skill had been employed but the grim monster death claimed his victim and she was carried away to try the realities of the unknown world beyond the skies. Mrs. Rhoads was a conscientious christian woman having joined the chnrch at Goshen about ten yenrs ago, and had lived a faithful life ever since. She was married to Dr. P. T. Rhoads in the year 1S87, and for a while resided at Cromwell, after which they located at Newvllle, where she had many friends who now mourn for her who is no more. She leaves a husband and two small children. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. E. E. Pate, assisted by Rev. A. B. Smith, at Goshen Monday evening, after which the remains were buried In the Goshen Cemetery to await the great resurrection morn. WANIIIitaTON BCIIOOLIIOI'NK. Rev. J, B. Perranan filled his regular appointment Tiere last Sunday. Rev. O. M. Felix will preach here the second Sunday In May, Mrs. Charlotte Lowe attended the birthday dinner at Mr. J. A. Park's last week. Mr. Thomas Allen, who Is 80 years old, went to Beaver Dam and back ing and stinging;niost at nlghtivrorse by scratching. If allowed to continue Any one seuding in a subscription tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becomlngverysore. Swans'. to this paper for one year, accompan-e- d Ointment stops tbeitching and bleedby $1.25 the regular price of Tub ing, heals ulceration, and in most Republican, will be sent free of cases removes the tumors. At drugcharge for one year a copy of The gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Louisville Weekly Commercial a 8wayne& Son, Philadelphia. paper, filled with large "I' '"I -! I Jus T1 more news than any other metropoliaJnxaW -weekly. tan Absolutely correct market reports. Condensed News, You can get a free sample copy of Stories, The Weekly Commercial by sending Miscellany, your name to that paper, Moisture; Intense Itch- T3 rJai r- K? Send in yoar money and GET TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. S. . 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Sample copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address. t, Write to Co., CoURiitu-JourtNA- Louisville, Ky, ill 1 1 ' YEARS FOR Has led all WORM Remedies. f EVERY I0TTLE MMMNTEII. . SOU) MX AM. BKVtHiMTa. miaaaol uinhittkb., T. tUK WORMS!! CREW vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S I named: New York Weekly Tribune . . $ i.jj Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1,15 Home and Farm 1.15 Weekly Courier-Journ1,75 Cosmopolitan Magazine , . . 3,25 Commercial Appeal .1,30 Address alt oruersjn ... ... .... . ;v TiiuRkpwbucan, . , iit-- . r t&faimmitoe: " ..ransCag" iSZT " -- r. h i . &qpWQim$ i ( x U L ft equipped for practical work. Tcr- - FACTS FOR haps, moreover, the Agricultural De-- . da partment scientists are fond of using Tho Recent Change In Friday, Atriu 12, 1895. unfamiliar language, and perhaps The Base Ball Rules. rs-.their style is not lively nnd intercs-ing- , l 2 How ToMako Mouoy. Soro Throat, Bronchitis, Woak Lungs, General Debility and that you have amijience the bulletins are not Inasmuch ns the changes in the all forms of Emaciation wo speedily cured by read that Clair-ctt- c and studied as generally 03 their playing rules of the National League I understand now why I could not read Soap is night Imply. of Base Ball Club will govern the make money with the plater that I distribution one of the whereas it be played, whether game had. There are so tnany things about TI10 Iteptinllcnn Wme. greatest labor-savin- g the plating business that I did not The Republican tide is still rising, by professionals or amateurs, a clearinvenunderstand. It was not until I saw Michigan, hich voted on Monday ly made abstract of each innovation tions of the Consumptives always find groat roliof by taking it, and the advertlsemen! of Gray & Co. Plat-in- g for a Justice of the Supreme Court and should be ol universal interest. A. time. Tell consumption is ofton oured. No other nourishment restore works, Columbus, Ohio, that I two Regents of State University, gave P. Caylor, the noted base ball writer her that it strength bo quickly and effectively. commenced to make money, The heavy majorities' for the Republican of the New York Herald, recent ly will save her which on printed the following explanation of Royal Tlater sent by this house and candidates. Wisconsin, strength, save changes in the rules: the all the trade secrets connected with Tuesday chosca Justice of its Supreme aro mado strong and robust by Scott's Emulsion whoa other her time, save First The pitcher's plate has been the plating business, such as are nec- Court, was also carried by the Repubher clothes. forms of food seem to do thorn no good whatever essary in the great gold and silver licans, although party lines were not lengthened from 12 inches to 24 inchThe merits of Tho only genuiuo Scott's Emulsion is put up in salmon-tUrt- d plating factories arc given free, As rigidly drawn. Rhode Island elected es and widened from 4 to 6. wrapper. Itofuso choap substitute! Second The last sentence in rule soon as'i got the Royal Plater I made a Governor and other State officers StnJJcr famjihht en Stcll's fmulnon rREE, money right along. Last week I and a Legislature yesterday, aud 14 is struck out. It prohibited the Soott 3t Downo, N. Y. All Drusalata. 60 cents and SI cleared $72.50, and everybody Is de there, too, the Republicans were suc- discoloration of a new ball when put 9 appeal at once to every thoughtful woman. It' the best, purest, nnd lighted with ruy work. Anyone who cessful. The fact that the contest in in use by the umpire, except in the S most economical Map to be procurctt. Sold everywhere. MnJeonlyhy The has had trouble with their plating Wisconsin was not altogether on par-- , regular usage of the game. The N. K. Fafrbanh Company, St. Louis. machines, as I should send to the ty grounds detracts, to some extent, rule was so frequently broken aud above firm and obtain their circulars, from the significance ol that election. worked such a hardship on the pitchers that is was repealed. Now the d nnd they will be able to make lots ol Many Republicans voted for the money as I have doue. The Royal candidate, in order to keep the pitcher or any member of the nine YOU CAN MAKE MONEY SESSSS may rub the ball in the ditt or"dose" Tlater is fitted out complete, every- court out of politics, bnt the Repubbecause they arc the largest and most reas he sees fit it thing ready for business; you do not lican candidate won nevertheless. liable commission merchants, nnd because they Can handle blpmenls quick Third Catchers and first baseman nnd to tlie best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited, write have to spend a cent for materials. In some of the municipal elections to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties i Vgg; Hutter, Poultry, During these hard times information the Republican victories were even may wear gloves or mitts of any size for FrulU of all kinds, Ueatu, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters conis valuable. more signal and decisive than they shape or weight. All other players Kurs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances mads on signments. General correspondence solicited. were on State officers in those States, are restricted to the u je of gloves or hi SCIENCE AND FARMING. Michigan and Rhode Island, where mitts which do not exceed ten ounces national issues entered the canvass. in weight each nor measure more than Tho Variotyof Information The Republican majority in St. Louis 14 inches around the palm of the on Tuesday on city officers averaged hand. Supplied by tho Agrl- Fourth When a player is ordered 13.530, which beats all Republican oultural Depart- Chicago went Republican out oi the game he is given one minrecords. ute instead of five to leave the diamont. tofor Mayor by the AW tal of over 40,000. In 'the elections mond. , Fifth If a batted or thrown ball Special to The RRronuCAfi. in the other cities and towns in Mishereafter merely touches an outsider The growing importance and dig- souri and Illinois the Republicans, accome nity of the Department of Agriculon the whole, (also scored great gains. it becomes a block. is Sixth Either a grounder or a fly ture is due largely to the intimate The municipal contest in Kansas, Colball which strikes fairground but connection which it maintains with orado, Nebraska', Wisconsin, Minnegood rolls outside the foul line before it a large class of the population. It is sota and Ohio, as a rule, tell a simimoderate-priced- , commonly supposed that the Depart- lar story. The special election for passes first or third base is a foul. ment is maintained mainly for the members of Congress in Illinois and Heretofore the grounder was foul and the fly ball fair, but in some cases benefit of the farmer, but this is Michigan also resulted in the Repubwe a the case. The scope of the licans' favor. In general, oi course, the line between grounder and fly Department has been so much broad- the vote was not as heavy this week was so hard to draw that trouble n theJ arose. elecened of lateyears, the addition of the as it was in the Congressional o( you. if Seventh A bunt hit is defined as a WeatherBureau being a noticeable in- tions last November. To the extent us stance, that its clientage is much of the vote, however, the Republican deliberate attempt by the batsman to Reprea more extended than merely those victory was as conspicuous as it was hit a ball slowly with the infield. by farming. then, and in the case of St. Louis and whose occupation is that .pi EighthA foul tip caught by the oi The distribution of seeds is an illusChicago it was much more marked catcher while "up under the bat" besales. comes a strike. If he does not catch tration in point. The farmers are, of and decisive. course, expected to reap the main adThe meaning of all this is so clear it, the ball is called loul. urnasHBkPOUH& Ninth The batsman is out on an vantages Irom having placed at their that the wayfalring man though a as VOLUME disposal, free ol cost, a variety of fool will make no mistake in inter infield fly when first and second basOF fi seeds. preting it. All over the North and es, or first, second and third bases, are occupied, and not more than one The fact is, however, that every West, and probably in a considerable SELECTED householder who has a little patch of portion oi the South, the drift is in hand out, whether the ball be caught PHOTOGHflPfllG UIEWS garden has as much right to the favor oi the Republicans. The change or not. This is the rule which was 112 W. GIXTY-FOUPLATES. packages of seeds as if he tilled acres. ot the conditions came in 1893, when adopted last year to kill the trap ball SUe ot pics, u t7 KU Indies. The seed distribution has reached the people, to the extent of their op- trick for making double plays, as Elaborate Cover In Gold and Colors, such enormous proportions that a portunity, reversed the Democratic first adopted it applied also when onHighly Enameled Paper. 3 TO vigorous effort being made to bring verdict of 1892. Ever since then the ly first base was occupied. But no BAKING WORTH tfH.OO. it down within what is regarded as Republican tide has been steadily ris- double play could be made by trapniuaont," M irfa, - &,, - reasonable limits. The present Secing. When, in the Congressional ping the ball when only the first SENDING. EVERY tary estimates that since the begin, elections five months ago, the people base was occupied; hence the amend1 ningofthe system of seed distribu- turned out a House with ninty Dem- ment In these plays the umpire tion, r years ago, there has ocratic plurality and put in one with will hereafter be required to call "inIiof uViWi? BniorowDEi"((Matall wo'to found Iho Utt, Abtolatelfpurtvitlvholtmme, 0lmplboroU)erMt. been expended over three millions oi a Republican plurality of 140, there field fly" or "outfield fly," so as to pennies (rtt dy. nc ll 1lu,1tn U nottti.u.tac-dotMOmtt.-m) rlo Of It SPECIAL NOTE TO OLD SUBSCRIDEK3 YoucanotfcJa ttlTi aEdnmoOnn Dollar Hook, yonr pwnk wW dollars, an average of nearly sixty was a general impression that the Re- warn base runners and fielders. postage paid, by renew tan now (or one 3 ear. If oar cubscnnUon does not expire far several per will bosei weeks or monlns yet, send in jour rcnenai ana inoiuw on jour SJmi -- ill"!. "".',' IUW . IVXIl I 'rawintTwoe TboMWbanaaC. H. I' r Tenth When a player on a foul or mark had been " " thousand each year. publican ww nit vr .t IWI cue jear. Aji-9..,ej- It is now the intention to furnish reached. This notion, though, was after the call of time fails to return to tJcwj art series Tni: contents of the counts of cf selecaboTc referred to a which emoneou". AH over the country the his proper base before the umpire only those varieties of seeds tion of kixty rouit photographic reproductions of tne Uriurnblin Exhave been tested and which have been Republican wave is still at its flood. calls play, he can be put out only position, and Is Invaluable as TreUas is delivered by the pitchfound to be suitable for cultivation It is safe to predict that a grander the bill artistically beaulUuL, in the various sections of the coun- triumph than any achieved by any er to the bat. Alter such delivery OLD SDBSCRiBERS Msraies try. party since the Republican tidal wave the base runner is excused irom the SHOULD TAKt UPTHII otttn penalty. The ordinary varieties are not to of 1872 will be gained by the RepubAT ONCC. FOR I.ITTI.B MONEY FROM ACENTS INVITED. CORRESPONDENCE Eleventh Hereafter when a coach-e- r be provided by the government free licans in 1896 Ontt. consisting of sample of book and 01 the woild for a Trifle. paper, sent on receipt ol sw to pay cost of urapplng, mailing and prepayment. ample offends against the coaching rules of expenses. This charge is largely Ulnli n Itrpnbllrnn Nlnle. the second time he will be removed due to the esrablishment of the agriThere appears to be .a general LOUISVILLE, NT. LOUIS A . 11. 11 EAST BOUND dialy daily from the game and the field. cultural experiment stations which ? on both sides that Utah will No. 52. No 54 are scattered throughout the country. Twelfth Fines upon players breakWESTBOUND daily daily. imHenderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p m Lv be a Republican State. For the V all local points nil sorts of experibeen raised from a ing rules have At No S3 No si. Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p m A twenty-pag- e journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the I.v. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a 111 ments can be made in regard to soil mediate future at least the Republicminimum $5 to $25, and from a maxSpottsville . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p in United UnKy. Street . . . 6 45 p 111 7 45 a m States. It is a NATIONAL PAMII.Y PAPER, and gives nil the and the adaptability of seeds and ans are likely to be iu control. 8 50 a ra 3 23 p m imum of $25 to $100. No fine is leReads West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a iu til recently it was supposed that the gal under $25 nor over $100. That Worthington . . 7 58 n m 3 30 p in general news of the United States. It gives the ecnts of foreign lauds in cliplants to the conditions of local Howard . . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a iu Stanley . . . . 8 06 a in 3 37 p m a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in the country. Its Democrats would be in the majority much goerns all club everywhere mate. Willowdale . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a m Griffith . . . , 809 a in 3 41 p m Market Reports arc recognized authority. in that locality.nnd this was one of unless the association to which they Separate departments for The Depart. Rock Haven In fact, the activity of the 7 47 p m 8 45 a m Mattingly . . . 8 17 a in 3 47 p m Family Circle, the reasons why the Democrats favorOur Young Folks, and Science and Mechanics. Branch , 7 55 P m 8 S3 a m Long IU Home belong modifies the rule by one of ment, on these practical lines, is a Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p m 8 04 p m a 02 a m Brandenburg i Pates 8 40 a m 4 08 p m and Society columns command the admiration ol wlvas ami .lntmlit., striking phase of its extensive opera- ed and the Republicans opposed its own, 8 13 p m 9 1 1 a 111 Ekron Of course the dread that . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p m general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, Powers . . biill-iations. Take, for instance, what is beThirteenth An offending player . . . . 8 21 p ut 9 19 a m Guston Waitman . . . . 905 a 111 4 29 p ra and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer thl nlniiiii ing done in the examination of food polygamy was not yet extirpated or hereafter can be fined and ordered Irvington . . . s 30 p m 9 30 a m Lealspott 9 13 a m 4 36 p m journal and THE HARTFORD REPUHf.ICAN lor might be revived was the chief cause from the field for the same offense. . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u in Webster preparations. The adulteration of Caycc 0 10 a in 4 43 P m 8 45 p m 9 47 a m Lodiburg Palcon . . . . 9 23 a in 4 45 p in various articles of food has been such of Republican hostility to admission, Heretofore it was one or the other. 8 55 p 111 9 56 a in Pierce Utah would furPetrie a but the belief that 9 29 a m 4 51 p m a crying evil that there has been Fourteenth The official bat can be Sample . . . . 9 00 p m 10 00 a m Hawesville nish vot:3 to the Democrats in the z)i inches in diameterat its thickest 9 37 a m 4 59 P w general demand for some official Stephenspoit . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m L"s7-,:Lce.. Skillman . . , . 9 48 a m s 09 p m -cto intensify this feel- part Instead of 2 . . . 9 14 p m 10 14 a in Addison presume this laws have united Senate helped I State Shops 1000 a 111521 p 111 ing. p in 10 20 a m Holt 9 17 The regular subscription for the two papers is $2 25. Subsaiptiou may with National laws in accomplishing rule was made to fit Anson's batClovcrport . . 1005 a 111524 p m Clovernort 9 28 p iu 10 33 a in A square division of the people of tue one which was pronounced ille?i improv-meHolt . . . . 10 20 a m 5 36 p tn good results. A marked begin at any time. Addrew nil orders to Shops . . . 9 31 p m :o 37 a m Addison . . . 10 23 a in 540 p m by Umpire Lynch at Louisville last is found in the system of can- Utah on partisan lines was not possiSkillman . . . 9 43 p m 10 50 a m Stephensport . . 1028 am 5 45 pm ning goods so that poison irom lead ble until after polygamy was aban- year. These are the important rule Hawesville . 9 54 P m 11 02 a iu Sample . . . 10 37 a in pm doned by the Mormon Church. Pre- changes for 1095. Petrie . . . . 10 02 p m 11 09 a m Pierce . . . . 10 41 am 5 52 pm bettops is of rare occurrence, and a 557 Falcon . , . 10 07 p m 11 13 a m in the Lodiburg , . ter quality oi tin is used for the cans. vious to a considerably degree 10 49 a in 6 06 p m Exchange says: "All newspaper Cayce , . . 10 12 p in 11 19 a in Webster . . . 10 57 a m 6 14 p m More care is exercised in the use of canvasses for Delegate to Congress. men worthy ol the name know more Lewisport . 10 18 f m 1 25 a m Write your name and nddress on a postal card, send it to Geo, W. Beat, Irvington . . II 05 a m 6 22 p m the various acids employed for the It was impossible to tell accurately than they write; they always shield Waitman . . 10 25 p m 1 1 33 a m Guston . . . 11 14 a in 640P m Room 3, Tribune Euilding, New York City, nnd sample copy of THE they expose; they ate alhow the people of the Territory would more than Powers . . , 1035 p m 11 43 am preservation of the goods. 11 22 a tn 6 48 p m NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you Ekron ways more merceful than cruel, and Pates . . 1048 p m 11 56 a m Brandenburg . 11 3mm 5 58 pm The amount oi information that has divide on the Issues of nationat poli- will frequently endure obloquy rather Owensboro . 10 59 p m 12 06 p in Long Branch . 1 1 39 a m 7 07 p m tics. In 1894 however, when the elecbeen disseminated from the Departthan hurt the innocent in the punMattingly . . it 09 p m 12 18 pm Rock Haen . 11 47 a in 7 14 p m ment of agriculture in regard to can- tion turned on national questions, the ishment of their enemies. The man Griffith . . . 11 14 p 111 1223 p m IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY Willowdale . . 11 53 a m 7 21 pm elected the Delegate. who decides to trust such a newspaor.d don't be .mno. ed unon hv IimvIikt n Stanley . . . 11 18 p 111 12 27 pm ned goods alone has practically Republicans Howard 12 02 p m 7 30 p in per man may rely on the fact that he Worthington . 11 25 p 111 12 35 p m turned that requites ou to do so; ns it is wrought an entire change in the The canvass attracted much attention will be treated fairly. It is the mem West Point . . 12 05 p m 735 p m Reads . . . . 11 33 pin 1242 p m nothing more than a substitute. In thesud-de- n Ky Stteet . 12 45 in 8 15 p m method oi carrying on the business, iu the Territoty,and the heaviest vote conteraptable, suspicious hypocrite Spottsville . . 11 45 p m 12 j3 p m Ar. U. Louisville 1 00 P m 8 30 p m stoppage of tobacco jou must have souie p and has contributed materially to the which it ever rolled up was polled. that newspapers are after And no one Basketts . . . 11 53 pm 59 P t.timulant pud iu most all cases, the effect H. C Monnun, G. P A., The Republican victory under those Is quicker to see the manner of the Ar. Henderson health of the people. A similar re12 10 a iu 1 15 p m ( 1 the stimulant, be It opium, morphino or Louisville, Ky- man, who studies men and actions other-- c plates, leaves a 'arworje linbltcoti form may be noted in such articles ot conditions and the Republican triday uuto day. traded druggist coffee, and umphs in local elections a year earcommon use as tea, and Ak jour about BACOCURO. Every family in Ohio county, An ofTectlvo advortisomont It is lier appear to have convinced both Han't Nto Tnbnrro, chocolate, and flour, spices, &c. purely vegetable. You do oit-o- n is an an oh or, whioh will How to Curb Yoursrlp Whim? should send to Williams & Bell HartInspection of meat should not Democrats and Republicans that Utah The not have to stop using Using It. The tobacco habit grows ford, or to the drug store in jour bold a dlsablod businosa be overlooked. Tills system applies is Republican ground, It will on a man until his nervous system is own town aud get a "Fibrl-line- " bottle of Irom drilting on to tho rag-go- d notily jou when to slop and your Uenrc lor tobacco will cc.ise Your sysAnd yet it is not safe for Repubnot on.ly tb meat intended for domesseriously effected, impariug health, Tastless Quiuinc. It will cost XK.ai of financial lalluroi. tem will be as free from nicotine as the diy before you took your first chew tic consumption, but to the products licans to let their confidence in this comfort and happiness. To quit sudor smoke An iron-clawritten gimrntee to absolutely cute the tobacco for direct export. The microscope direction blind them to the partisan denly is to severe a shock to the sys- only 25 cts and is the bst thing on Unto jou rciKiini your Mibwerlp habit in all its forms, or money teluuded Price $1 00 per box or 3 boxes tem, as tobacco, to a iuveterate user, earth for children or any one else who Hull loi 1803T inspection has been made especially lessons alforded by some or the other becomes a stimulant that his system (30 days treatment and guaranteed cure,) for $2 50 For sale by nil druggist can't take bitter Quinine or will be sent by mail upon receipt of price. SEND .SIX TWO CENT Territories. The Democrats werccon-vince- d continually craves. rigid. o B is a STAPS POR SAMPLE BOX Booklets nnd proofs free. ' that Colorado would declare scientific cure for the tobacco habit Information as to the best means of Oj3L.DL.Xa IIautfoiid, Kentucky, Eureka Chemical It M'l'g Co , La Cmw, Wis V . . preventing the ravage . of destructive for their candidate in i876,ihe year in in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Office ol THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANY, C. W. Hornick. Supt. insects is furnished freely to the pub- which it was admitted to statehood Berlin Physician who has used it in Builder St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1894. lic, and great assistance as well as of but it chose Republican electors in- his private practice since 1872, withEureka Chemical and M'f'g Co., La Cross, Wis. saving money has resulted to the far stead, and its weight turned the scale out a failure, purely vegetable and Dear sirs I have been a tobacco fiend for many years, nnd during Will draw drafts from a nice. Beat You favor. It has guaranteed petlectly harmless mers of the country. The extent of in the Republicans' the past two jears have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day can use all the tobacco you want, up to a fine two BUry My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me cozj coUne the information which is supplied by never gone straight Democratic yet while taking I it will noti- Ths Leading Fhetographer. houje. ill draw plana tree ot must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, at least I tried the so- the bulletins of the Department can in a Presidential year. Idaho, of the fy you when to stop. We give a writelm re 0. Will make careful estimates called '"Kceley Cure," various other remedies, but without hardly be appreciated by anyone recently admitted States, which the ten guarantee to permanently cure I on alt kimJa of buildings, and re mod " Three weeks ago success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-CurPietnrei in Ertrj Stjle ind Sin. looked into the matter Republicans supposed was theirs for- any case with three boxes, or refund who has not ul old housed. Motto "Live and I commenced using your preparation, and I consider myself the money with 10 per cent, interest. tST Old TJctures Copied and Enlarged let live." carefully. Every thing that aflects ever, went to the Weaver in 1892, and completely cured, I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving far tobacBaco-CurIs not a substitute, but a A SPECIALTY. lias completely left me, co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, growing plants in all the stages has so did one of North Dakota's three sclentifilc cure, that cures without the I consider your "Baco-Cursimply wonderfuI,aud can fully recommend it. 108 Main Street. been made the subject of careful in- electoral votes in the same year, an- aid of will power and with no incon C. W. Hoinick Yours very truly, OWENSBORO, K, vestigation, even the habits of birds other being given to the Democrats. venience, it leaves me system as fluM VAiuirry, Latest Styles, to plants North Dakota, by both Democrats pure and free from nicotine as the Ivrc and animals destructive your first chew or ELECTRIC TELEPHONE at I'actory Tricks having been studies, and their geo and Republicans, was supposed along day jou took by all druggists, with Sold smoke. Adapt! Best qual , Itliout gold Cc to 8c per R'll WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO Bold oatrUltt, aorsoL no tortlt WnntrU. been point- to that time to be a Republican uur IIUHKIUU UC.17, Vill(ror(iMirilr7 KUlUTrY graphical distribution has 8c to 10c per Roll Gold l'aner CALLOW kumuiikc, n. f t.uu jjci Doint, uoh iwra ua unct. urwwMteuavva Everybody to know that Groves Iibm kOii foot Ml lr 011 wtrt n. Perhaps Utah dox, nine uoxcb, iiuiiiy uuya treated out In this way the farmer is stronghold eternally. Finest embossed Paperisc to 30 perR'll AyruU iuuk Awiu 93 ii $30 perfell Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Qn In to d7 rMiJcpo mMM tU U.O.W6111 1 U IMSSKTT, enabled to form a judgment as to the In 1896 may have a surprise also for ment,) $2 50, or sent direct upon reowUbbcn, fluIatru(uuts,tsOtayi.fotu SBMD SIX ceipt of price. molMt. iot 642 Fouith Ave Louisvile.Ky. tu?wbr,or dUUnoa. mlxpat up by ra jon, Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad tharacter of the cropTimost likely to the poMtelans.--r.Bx- . X'.fcCOXOCtlR.AJPKXIXt, dm whon hlppMi 04o tar TUB STAMPS FOR SAPLE BOX, out of order no rialrl a, liuU III KirSeml 6 cts iu stamps for samples. A nnnif lutiWr tlBJf VVrTatl Writs weed, u BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. j For the fintttand Moti Arlitlie HVorlc, Colds & c, or your money will be Columbui, 0. w iMwnionavo.v.erKitj. How arepeoplegolng to know why Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing that Chlld.cn Cry for any titeor ityU. Frederiea St. , flwem refunded in every instance Sold by ..witii you ti you Company, Manufacturing Chemists, MsushQt; Or. Prlce't Cream Uaklng Powder 0m87 William & Bell, HntUord Ky. Srdandilh. Cafrtorla, Highest Awrd. World' -- Hartford Republican TANS' rCoughs and Colds, Scott's Emulsion MMaMeMHeaei Tell Your Wife k Weak Babies and Thin Children Claihitte Soar I 06MMeM990M0MM0eCMMeeMafl Dem-ocratl- MSlt2SS!S,,SK: record-breakin- g IN YOUR MIND FiS up-to-date. And when you wnnt Furniture, and look around and get full of quainted. Our stock things, not expensive but yet stylish and IF YOU sented CARSON I & CO. OUR HdribSOie mc will are judge of Furniture, all customtr more likely make anyway, only TliY once A little for 25c. kitchen chair. an sometimes marks the beginning extended friendship and large WE iili mail orders promptly and the same if you' were here. H B.S. WOLF, Main, Owensboro. POWDER FREE QUAKER CITY $ .25 for one year's subscription PERSON ;, fifty-fou- to The Hartford Republican. ra high-.wate- .... ...'.' rpr O be-lo- re real Valae Weekly fews m Globe-Democra- t. TT-X- h 1. i tftttu iii&l! ONE ... ... nt .... 331.2E5 inn. YEAR et HAUTFOIUD REPUBLICAN, 1 1 DON'T STOP TOBACCO , nco-Cur- 1. 1 vr u r-f- ON -- SW. XTliXJ03E3, aiil Mviii Baco-Cur- to-d- ay y o Wall Paper. o" ) TWO-CUN- T CTheo.Gain, A 'w9Kycil,ewJfon8, '-- v. rlr Pitcher's i!!!!! Ttpju; vm Hartford Republican " Friday, ArniL xa, 1895. equipped for practical work. moreover, the Agricultural Department scientists are fond of using For-hap- s, FACTS FOR 'FANS' The Recent Change In ?s 9see9efct9tC9e689e0e9a unfamiliar language, and perhaps The Base Ball Rules. their style is not lively and interes-ing- , How ToMako Mouoy. Soro Throat, Bronchitis, Woak Lungs, Oenoral Debility and that you have and,, hence, the bulletins arc not Inasmuch as the changes in the all forms of Emaciation aro npoedily cured by read that Clair-ctt- c read and studied as generally as their playing rules of the National League I understand now why I could not Soap is of Case Ball Club will govern the make money with the plater that I distribution night imply. one of the game whereas it be played, whether had. There arc so many things about The ltrptittllfitn Mnve. greatest labor-savin- g the plating business that I did not The Republican tide is still rising, by professionals or amateurs, a clearinvenunderstand. It was not until I saw Michigan, v.hich voted on Monday ly made abstract of each innovation tions of the Consumptives always find groal relief by taking it, and Co. Plat-in- g for a Justice of the Supreme Court and should be oi universal interest. A. the advertisement of Gray & time. Tell consumption is ofton cured. No other nourishment restores works, Columbus, Ohio, that I two Regents of State University, gave P. Caylor, the noted base ball writer her that it strength so quickly and effoctivolr. make money. The heavy majorities' for the Republican of the New York Herald, recent ly commenced to will save her Royal Tlater tent by this house and candidates. which on printed the following explanation of Wisconsin, strength, save nil the trade secrets connected with Tuesday choscajustlce of ItsSuprente the changes in the rules: aro mado strong and robust by Scott's Emulsion whon other her time, save First The pitcher's plate has been the plating business, such as are nec- Court, was also carried by the Repubher clothes. forms of food seem to do thorn no good whatever. essary in the great gold and silver licans, although party lines were not lengthened from 12 inches to 24 inchThe merits of Tho only genulno Scott's Emulsion 13 put up in d plating factories are given free, As rigidly drawn. Rhode Island elected es and widened from 4 to 6. wrapper, Kofuso chonp substitutes! Second The last sentence in rule soqn os-- j got the Royal Plater I made a Governor and other State officers Send Jerfamf hltl cm ScoII'j fmuiicii, fRCE. It prohibited the 14 is struck out. money right along. Last week I and a Legislature yesterday, and Soott A. Powno, N. Y. All Druggist. SO oonts and $1. cleared $72.50, and everybody is de there, too, the Republicans were suc- discoloration of a new ball when put 9 appeal at once to every thoughtful woman. It'a the best, purest, and g lighted with my work. Anyone who cessful. The fact that the contest in in use by the umpire, except in the 2 most economical soap to be procured. Sold everywhere. Made only by S usage of the game. The has had trouble with their plating Wisconsin was not altogether on par- regular The N. K. Fairbanh Company, St. Louis. machines, as I should send to the ty grounds detracts, to some extent, rule was so frequently broken and obtain their circulars, from the significance of that election. worked such a hardship on the pitchabove firm and ers that is was repealed. Now the d and they will be able to make lots of Many Republicans voted for the money as I have done. The Royal candidate, in order to keep the pitcher or any member of the nine Company, By shipping to Herndon-Cartc- r YOU CAN MAKE MONEY Commission Merchants, Louisville, Ky., may rub the ball in the dirt or"dose" Hater is fitted out complete, every- court out of politics-- bnt the Repubbecause thev arc the larcrcat and most re it as he sees fit thing ready for business; you do not lican candidate won nevertheless. liable commission merchants, and because they can handle shipments quick Third Catchers and first baseman have to spend a cent for materials. In some of the municipal elections aud to tHc best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited, write to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties : Eggs, Butter, Poultry, During these hard times information the Republican victories were even may wear gloves or mitts of any size Fruits of all kinds. Beans, Potatoes, Onions, liny, Grain. Headquarters for shape or weight. All other players is valuable. more signal and decisive than they Fura, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances mado on conare restricted to the use of gloves or signments. General correspondence solicited. wer- - on State officers in those States, SCIENCE AND FARMING. Michigan and Rhode Island, where mitts which do not exceed ten ounces national issues entered the canvass. in weight each nor measure more than The Republican majority in St. Louis 14 inches around the palm of the Tho Variety of Information on Tuesday on city officers averaged hand. Suppliod by tho AgriFourth When a player is ordered 13,530, which beats all Republican cultural DepartChicago went Republican out ol the game he is given one minrecords. M1ND ute instead of five to leave the diament. for Mayor by the over 40,000. In 'the elections mond. of Fifth If a batted or thrown ball Special to Tub RnrunLiCAK. in the other cities and towns in Mist The growing importance and dig- souri and Illinois the Republicans, hereafter merely touches an outsider accome nity of the Department of Agriculon the whole, lalso scored great gains. it becomes a block. is Sixth Either a grounder or a fly ture is due largely to the intimate The municipal contest in Kansas, Colball which strikes fairground but connection which it maintains with orado, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnegood rolls outside the foul line before it a large class of the population. It is sota and Ohio, as a rule, tell a simimoderate-priced- , commonly supposed thct the Departlar story. The special election for passes first or third base is a foul. ment is maintained mainly for the members of Congress iu Illinois and Heretofore the grounder was foul and benefit of the farmer, but this is the fly ball fair, but in some cases Michigan also resulted in the Repubthe case. The scope of the licans' favor. a we will In general, of course, the line between grounder and fly Department has been so much broad- the vote was not as heavy this week was so hard to draw that trouble n ened of lateyears, the addition of the as it was in the Congressional elecarose. Seventh A bunt hit is defined as a WeatherBureau being a noticeable in- tions last November. of To the extent if deliberate attempt by the batsman to" stance, that its clientage is much of the vote, however, the Republican Reprea more extended than merely those victory was as conspicuous as it was hit a ball slowly with the infield. by whose occupation is that pf farming. then, and in the case of St. Louis and EighthA foul tip caught by the of The distribution of seeds is an illus- Chicago it was much more marked catcherwhlle "up under the bat" besales. comes a strike. If he does not catch tration in point. The farmers are, of and decisive. HdriDSONE I course, expected to reap the main adis so clear it, the ball is called loul. The meaning of all this fill POUND vantages irom having placed at their that the wayfairing man though a Ninth The batsman is out on an as VOLUME infield fly when first and second basdisposal, free oi cost, a variety of fool will make no mistake in interOF seeds. preting it. All over the North and es, or first, second and third base:!, The fact is, however, that every West, and probably in a considerable are occupied, and not more than one SELECTED householder who has a little patch of portion of the South, the drift is in hand out, whether the ball be caught PHOTOGHflPfttG MEWS garden has as much right to the favor of the Republicans. The change or not. This is the rule which was 112 W. OIXTY-FOU- R packages of seeds as if he tilled acres. ot the conditions came in 1893, when adopted last year to kill the trap ball PLATES. Size or pace. 11 17 134 Indies. The seed distribution has reached the people, to the extent of their op- trick for making double plays, as Elaborate Cover in dold and Colors, such enormous proportions that a portunity, reversed the Democratic first adopted it applied also when onHighly Enameled Paper. vigorous effort being made to bring verdict of 1892. Ever since then the ly first base was occupied. But no "ESK S $1.00.. it down within what is regarded as Republican tide has been steadily ris- double play could be made by trap. reasonable limits. The present Secing. When, in the Congressional ping the ball when only the first SENDING. EVERY I SrT AlUlTo. , t TTdlTiSS: litllmr. . ' tary estimates that since the begin- elections five months ago, the people base was occupied; hence the amend 1 system of seed distribu- turned out a House with ninty Dem- ment In these plays the umpire ning of the years ago, there has ocratic plurality and put in one with will hereafter be required to call "intion. fifty-JoDRrJ, rowm" I of sU wo'to fonod tho ton I. I AbwIoWj pare wAofcwiw, (Unttl aslmsaplMeatovetiwrHt. been expended over three millions of a Republican plurality of 140, there field fly" or "outfield fly," so as to You can otbJa filTr .ordsomo Ono Dollar Iloolr, SPECIAL NOTE TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS IL-ldollars, an average of nearly sixty was a general impression that the Re- warn base runners and fielders. it, HreorrBBt.wlrpr i postage paid, bjr rcnenlnc now lor one jear. 1 f onr subscription iloes not expire for sercnf week or montns yet, send In Jf our renewal ana tbodato on jour leper will U set reward thousand each year. Tenth When a player on a foul or mark had been publican high-wat. . (Omu) 'I for suecwM will ! q.c vne This notion, though, was after the call of time fails to return to It is now the intention to furnish reached. TIIEcontontsrf the art series of views above referred to consists of a seleconly those varieties of seeds which ernoneou. All over the country the his proper bise before the umpire tion of pixtv rocit photographic reproductions of the Columbian Exhave been tested and which havebeen Republican wave is still at its flood call3 play, he can be put out only beposition, and Is Inraluahlo as TfeU as found to be suitable for cultivation It is safe to predict that n grander fore the ball is delivered by the pitchnrtlsUcallr beautiful. in the various sections of the coun- triumph than any achieved by any er to the bat. After such delivery GIDSGBSCH try. party since the Republican tidal wave the base runner is excused from the should takc upTHii orrcn penalty. The ordinary varieties are not to of 1872 will be gained by the RepubAT ONCC. coach-e- r FOR LITTLE MONEY. government free licans in 1896 Outfit, consisting of sample of book and FROM AGENTS INVITED. CORRESPONDENCE Eleventh Hereafter when a be provided by the Of the world for a Trifle. ample paper, sent on receipt of 25c to pajr cost ot wrapping, malting and prepayment. offends against the coaching rules of expenses. This charge is largely Ulall altrpubllrnnHlnle. the second time he will be removed due to the esrablishment of the agriThere appears to be . a general LOTJIHVIXI.E.HT. l.OUI.H A TES. It. It cultural experiment stations which from the game and the field. EAST BOUND dialy daily on both sides that Utah will No. 52. No 54 Twelfth Fines upon players breakare scattered throughout the country. WESTBOUND daily daily. imLv Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p m ing rules have been raised from a At all local points all sorts of experi- be a Republican State. For the No S3 No 51. Baskctts . . , . 7 34 a m 3 10 p m A twenty-pig- e journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m ments can be made in regard to soil mediate future at least the Republic- minimum $5 to $25, and from a maxSpottsvillc . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p m ans are likely to be iu control. Un- imum of $25 to $roo. No fine is leKy. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m and the adaptability of seeds and Reads 8 50 a m 3 23 p m United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAI'ER, ami gives all the West Toint . 7 25 p m 8 25 n 111 Worthlngton . . 7 58 a m 3 30 p in general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in plants to the conditions of local cli- til recently it was supposed that the gal under $25 nor over $100. That Howard . . . . 7 30 p iu 8 28 a m Democrats would be in the majority much governs all club everywhere Stanley . . . . 8 06 a in 3 37 p m a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has nofcuoerlor in thf mitnr n. mate. Willow dale . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a m Griffith . , . .809a 1113 41pm Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m In fact, the activity of the Depart- in that locallty,and this was one of unless the association to which they detriments for The Mattingly . . . 8 17 a in 3 47 p in Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science und Mechanics. Long Branch . 7 55 P ni 8 53 a m belong modifies the rule by one of ment, on these practical lines, is a the reasons why the Democrats favorIt Home Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p m 8 04 p m 9 02 a m Brandenburg ed and the Republicans opposed ad- its own. the admiration of wives and daughters. Its 8 40 n m 4 08 p m anil Society columns comm-mPates striking phase of its extensive opera8 13 p m 9 11 a in Ekron Of course the dread that general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p m Powers . . biill-iations. Take, for instance, what is be mission. Thirteenth An offending player Guston . . . . 8 21 p m 9 19 a m Waitman . . . . 905 a m 4 29 p m and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid ing done in the examination of food polygamy was not yet extirpated or hereafter can be fined and ordered 8 30 pm 9 30am Irvington Lcnispoit 9 13 a m 4 36 p m journal and THR HARTFORD RUPUIUICAN Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u in for preparations. The adulteration of might be revived was the chief cause from the field for the same offense. Cayce 9 19 a m 4 42 p ra Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a 111 food has been such of Republican hostility to admission, . . . . o 23 a in 4 45 D m various articles of Heretofore it was one or the other. Falcon 8 55 p m 9 56 a in Pierce Utah would furPetrie 9 29 a m 4 51 p m a crying evil that there has been a but the belief that Fourteenth The official bat can be Sample. . . . 900pm 10 00 am Hawcsville 9 37 a m 4 59 p in general demand for some official su- nish votes to the Democrats in the i)i inches in diameterat its thickest Stephensport . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m . . . . 94b a tu 5 09 p m Skillman feelAddison . . . 9 14 p m 10 14 a m part Instead of 2lt I presume this pervision. State laws have united Senate helped to intensify this Shops 10 00 a in 521 p ra ing. Holt 9 17 p m 10 20 a m with National laws in accomplishing rule was made to fit Anson's bat The regular subscription for the two papers is $t as. Subscription may Cloverport . . 1005 a 111524 p m Cloverport A square division of the people of the one which was pronounced lllejjt 9 28 p 111 10 33 a in improv-mee- t Hole . . . . 10 20 a in 5 36 p ra good results. A marked begin at any time. Address all orders to biiops . . . 9 31 p nt 10 37 a m Addison . . . 10 23 a m 540 p m by Umpire Lynch at Louisville last is found in the system of can- Utah on partisan lines was not possiSkillman . . . 9 43 p m 10 50 a m Stephensport . , 10 28 a in 5 45 p 111 ning goods so that poison from lead ble until after polygamy was aban- year. These are the important rule Hawcsville . 9 54 P ni 1 1 02 a nt Sample . . . 10 37 a in 5 52 p ra changes for 1095. ? Petrie . . . . 10 02 p m 1 1 09 a 111 tops is of rare occurrence, and a bet- doned by the Mormon Church. PrePierce . . 1041 a in 5 57 p ra 111 11 15 a m Falcon . , , 10 07 p Lodiburg . . ter quality of tin is used for the cans. vious to a considerably degree in the 10 49 a 111 6 06 p m Exchange says: "All newspaper Cayce . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a m Webster . . . 10 57 a m 6 14 p in More care is exercised In the use of canvasses for Delegate to Congress. men worthy of the name know more Lewisport . 10 18 p iu 1 25 a m Write your name and address on n postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Irvington . . 11 05 a m 6 22 p m the arlous acids employed for the It was impossible to tell accurately than they write; they always shield Waitman . . 10 25 p m 11 33 a ni Guston . . . 11 14 a m 640 p m Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of TUB how the people of theTerrltory would more than they expose; they are al. , 10 35 P m n 43 a m Powers . preservation of the goods. 11 22 a ra 648 p in NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIUUNE will be mailed to you Ekron ways more merceful than cruel, and Pates . . . . 1048 p in 11 56 a tu The amount of information that has divide on the Issues of national poli- will frequently endure obloquy rather Brandenburg . it 31 n m 558 pm , p tu 12 06 p m Owensboro 10 59 tics. In 1894 however, when the elecLong Bmnch . 1 1 39 a m 7 07 p m been disseminated from the Departthan hurt the Innocent in the punMattingly . . 11 09 p ni 12 18 pm Rock Haien . 11 47am 7 14 pm ment of agriculture in regard to can- tion turned on national questions,thc ishment of their enemies. The man Griffith . . . 11 14 p 111 1223 p 111 IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY Willovvdale . . 11 53 a ra 7 21 pm elected the Delegate. who decides to trust such a newspaned goods alone has practically Republicans Stanley . . . 11 18 p m 12 27 pin and don't be .mnaed uoon liv luivlnim Howard 12 02 p ra 7 30 p m fact Worthlngton . 11 25 pm 1235 pm The canvass attracted much attention per man may rely on the is that he Aicrtxd) that requites jou to do eoj as it is wrought an entire change in the West Point . . 12 05 p m 7 35 p m will be treated fairly. It the mem Reads . . . . 11 33 pin 12 42 p m noiiiiug more man a substitute. In thesud-de- n Ky Street 12 45 p m 8 15 p m method ol carrying on the business, in the Territoty,and the heaviest vote contemptable, suspicious hypocrite Spottsville . . 11 45 pm 12 j3 p m Ar. U Louisville I 00 p m 8 30 p 111 stoppage of tobacco you must have some which it ever rolled up was polled. that newspapers are after And no one and has contributed materially to the Basketts , . . 11 53 pm 12 59pm (.timulaut and in most all cases, the effect II. C MortDun, G. P A., health of the people. A similar re- The Republican victory under those is quicker to see the manner of the Ar. Henderson 1210 am 1 15 p m f the stimulant, be it opium, morpliluo Louisville, Ky- or man, who studies men and actions form may be noted iu such articles ol conditions and the Republican tri- day unto day. other- - t piates, havin n 'ar worie habit con elections a year earAsk our druggist traded common use as tea, and coffee, and umphs in local tm about IMCOCURO. Every family in Ohio county, An ofl'octivo advortisomont It is lier appear to have convinced both Iton'l Wop Tobnrro, chocolate, and flour, spices, &c. purely vegetable. You do How Curb Yoursrw is an anchor, which will olt-o- n The inspection of meat should not Democrats and Republicans that Utah Using to The tobacco habit Whilb should send to Williams & Bell Hartnot h.ive to stop usinjf grows ford, or to the drug store in jour It. hold a disabled business be overlooked. Tills system applies is Republican ground. It will on a man until his nervous system is own town aud get a bottle of "Fibri-line- " irom driltlng on to tho rag-go- d notily ou wtit n to stop und your ilcmc lor tobacco will cease And yet it is not safe for Repubnot only to meat intended for domesYour bs-te- m seriously effected, imparlng health, Tastless Quinine. will cost will be ns free from nicotine as the chy before you took your firht chew It rxoi oi financial iailuro. tic consumption, but to the products licans to let their confidence In this comfort and happiness, To quit sudor smoke. An written guaratce to absolutely cure the tobacco for direct export. The microscope direction blind them to the partisan denly is to severe a shock to the sys- only 25 cts and is the tret thing on llnin j on rrnrwru your Mibsrrlp-llu- u habit in all its forms, or money relunded I'rice f I oo per box or 3 boxes tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, lor IMU3T inspection has been made especially lessons afforded by some or the other becomes a stimulant that his system earth for children or any one else who (30 days treatment and guaranteed cure,) for $2 50 For sole by nil druggist can't take bitter Quinine or will be sent by mail upon receipt of price. The Democrats werccon-vitice- d continually craves. B Territories. SEND .SIX TWO CUNT o ligid. is a FOR SAMPLE BOX Booklets and proofs free. ' STAl'S Information as to the best means of that Colorado would declare scientific cure for the tobacco habit IlAitTFonD, Kentucky, Eureka Chemical & M'f'g Co , La Cross, Wis. preventing the ravages of destructive for their candidate in 1876,111c year in in all its forms, carefully compoundi.A 4 ed after the formula of an eminent C. insects is furnished freely to the pub- which it was admitted to statehood Supt. Berlin Physician who has used it in Builder Office of THE PIONERR PRESS COPMANY.Paul, W. Hornick, 7, 1894. St. Minn,, Sept lic, ond great assistance as well as of but it chose Republican electors in his private practice since 1872, withEureka Chemical and M'f'g Co., La Cross, Wis. saving money has resulted to the fars stead, and its weight turned the scale out a failure, purely vecetable and Dear sirs I have been a tobacco fiend lor many years, and during Will draw dralla from a nice, sent You favor. It has guaranteed perfectly harmless mers of the country. The extent of in the Republicans' regularly can use all tlie tobacco you want, ' oozy cottage up to a fine two stry the past two jears have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars physicians every day.I system became My whole the information which is supplied by never gone stratgut democratic yet while taking told ine it will noti- The Lsadiag Phstograplier. house. W ill draw plans freo ol must give nervous use of tobacco for aflccted. until my up the I tried the the time beiug, at least the bulletins of the Department can in a Presidential year. Idaho, of the fy you when to stop, Wegivea writWill make careful ettiniates charge. "Keeley Cure," various other remedies, but without hardly be appreciated by anyone recently admitted States, which the ten guarantee to pernnnently cure 011 nil kinds of buildings, and reraod " Three weeks ago success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-CurFietnrei l& Etiij Style aci Sue. who has not looked iuto the matter Republicans supposed was theirs for- any case with three boxes, or refund ul old hourc. Motto "Live and I commenced using your preparation, and I consider myself cent, interest, Ir01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged let carefully. Every thing that affects ever, went to the Weaver in 1892, and the money with 10 per live." completely cured, I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobac Baco-Curis not a substitute, but a A SPECIALTY. co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has completely left me. growing plants in all the stages has so did one of North Dakota's three scientific cure, that cures without the I consider your "Baco-Cursimply wonderful,and can fully recommend it. 108$ Main Street. been made the subject of careful in- electoral votes in the same year, an- aid of will power and with no inconC. W. Hornick Yours very truly, OWENSBUJIO, HI It leaves the system as $)uW vestigation, even the habits oi birds other being given to the Democrats. venience, as Luoi? VARiuTy, Latkst Styles, and animals destructive to plants North Dakota, by both Democrats pure and free from nlcotlue chew the took your first or At Factory Prichs ELECTRIC TELEPHONE having been studies, and their geo- and Republicans, was supposed along day jou Sold by all druggists, with smoke. Bold cmtrlffht. &o nnt. no Mnltr AdUl Best qual .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO Mniitrd. toOtt, VilUnorCJnuiitrT Nell Id vry Gold Paper graphical distribution has been point- to that time to be a Republican our ironclad guirantee, at $1. 00 per 8c to 10c per Roll GALLON ana otttc. QrMtwtouDTva bom, choij, Everybody to know that Groves One mad bMt Mt)r on tart a. way the farmer Is stronghold eternally. 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