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A AT JLIlUX J JUJUAVyJLJL.JLl DISTRICT, l HAVE YOU PAID YOUR UflRlOfl OFFICIALORGAK Or THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL VOL. VII. stand with no itopumican. nay up sond Tho LouIbvIIIo Wookly Commorclal ono year froo. Subscrlbo atonco. onoyoarln Aclvnnco nnd and wo you will i Will show how you THIS TAG HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1895. SAMOTE'S TRAVELS. Have I traveled much? Well, no You ace I wag born and reared on this old (arm and expect to die on it, unletw that very undesirable event should occur, coincident with Proctor Knott's rebeJU6n, in which case my respiratory organs will probably do their last active beryicc in a sink hule in neighbor Drown's woods pasture, known only to myself and thc coroner. Well, summer I concluded to travel, I thought I would try the city I did. I tried the city arid the City Court tried me twice the saute da'. I Mld old Ilrindle for $20 and her calf us fine a Southdown calf i3 you ever viewed through a telescope, for five more And t,wenty-fiv- e dollars for traveling- expenses, yoifsee; " There was going- to be an excursion boat run down to the city 4th of July. I got down my almanac, looked up the date and got one of old Bob's bridle reius for a strap for my sachel, called Leat Lcat is my bullterrier so named lrom his favorite location for a hold upon unanamous visitors about the farm, and we started on our sixteen mile walk to the river. We got to the river early and waited. Now.I had heard ot sharpers and to avoid them I bad decided to hold no communication with anybody on that trip. I waited till noon, no boat yet I took out my almanac, consulted it again, no mistake about it, Monday, July, 4th. Now I am a very patient man, but after I had waited three whole days and nights and no boat yet, I began to grow restless. I saw a man could'nt travel without talking some nnd I walked up to the warf-boman and said: "See here, when is that excursion coming?" "She'll be here all right enough," said he. "But why didu'tshe come the 4th?" "Have you lost the day of the month stranger? Look at the calender Wednesday, July, 4th." "See here," says I, haulingout my almanac from my sachel, "here's a Western Farmer's almanal that I paid ten cts. for at Jim Green's store ten years ago last spring; after going by it all these cars I'm not going to lay it by now for your old pasteboard and squalled, whined and I began to walk ackb and fourth to quiet him, all eyes were upon tne, everybody had something pieaannt to say tttme, and I began to be sorry I had not' turned to traveling sootier and stuali'tb it like a crow to a corn field, when a little boy, tugging at my coat tail, squalled, "Its mine, its mine." if1 I looked nround, somebody had pinned his hat to my coat tail, a score of handkerchiefs vere pinned on my back, a half dozen umbrellas, newspapers enough to publish thc egotism of Grover, the brisib ponderous mind and those seven jfilodgers, each In n sepcrnte paper sack, were suspended from my brnndr,iicvylioruq-raadjeans coat. Well, Iwgt' a joke as well as anybody, 'but tmssfcas carrying the thing a little IootStj and I was just in thc act of turning Lent loose on them when some one outside yelled-"Maoverboard, man overboard," and I ran out to see him drown. "Say stranger," said theyellcr, "there arc pickpockets aboard and they have you spotted. Now, lam a Finkerton detective and if you have any money about you, you had better let me keep it for you till you get to barked bawled e NO. 38. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL CARD. Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Ro fed SaPS &22&&a AWt&GUDTEtX PURE OWENSDORO, KY. Will practice his profession iu Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offic, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, FORTY MILLION QAKE5 YEARLY. thc pnoortn oamdu: co, aim. lat QUAKER CITY BAKING POWOE V,A!l!!iJ I M p. r"ttlm. h , I gdliine. .... .... 'i&mmmUg>-1.1 '""'""iiwusii isoiuiwo'Tolounaino best; I AI)ioIuUlrpurtuauoJfoinMWTi. , , culms a place abovo tho rest. nm rlo Of yourQroetfftD-- y dart He your pennies wlUre-p- r jnion.wttrlar.aII suf rsiliirotherowlll never boi I For sucress will ev er lot low (OmU) Those who we Q C HP " Ret 3. f wi Jh .fn pcnnl I 11 ll Is uottai.It-lM-tlonlOma- ..'" v., M Sl&lMsSIS CJiiapaie Ohio and I- - g- - Soulintstern ft. ?. W51TS e DCTWtCN tlialllisi& 'WSiKiSi' TO LOUiaVILLE AND Memphis: ALSO rnoM CINCINNATI AND AND EVANSVILLE. 1KJ net Mirchaw a Ticket NORTH. EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Is prepared to du all kinds o Dental work at reasonable prices. Offico over J. W. Ford A Co'a Feed Store. DENTIST. Uttt you ban couaulted an Agent of tb O. O. & S. W. R. R. 1.K8PBR8, lUDItKN KQUIPMBNT. "SW. 3D.3L.XJOE3, IlAitTFORO, at Kentucky, t.UUTKI. TXAtm, rDllMAM BDPPKT JOHW CHOLS, .onWor aai Builder T. B. LYNCH, OCN MOM UN lAaa.AOT. Umm.hu.. kv. Will draw drafts from a nice, neat coiy cottage up to a Hue two Btory house. Will draw plans tree of charge. Will make careful estimates on all kinds ot buildings, and reraod-old houses. Motto "Live and al let live." Wall Paper. Latest LAHGK CO 1 "tasteless Bl I H HtWB MMaM Best qual .without 6c to 8c per R'll "She'll be on time'sir," said he, Gold 1'nper 8c to ioc per Roll Finest embossed Fapensc to 30 perR'll and sorter laughed ashe walked away. I guess he was laughing at my standH R. BASSETT, E O.W 6m 64a Fourth Ae.Louisvlle,Ky. ing collar, for I noticed they were not 6 cts in stamps tor samples. tSTSend in style down that way. I had waittSrr!Aocnts.$75 ed long, but like pay day to the delinquent subscriber, for it will come, UMPUinMbrvVMkftllU fw ft fuU- In ttltit ii not in this life thc more sure in the KswtkLi 4iH Him ltMl adBf test h.4. Tm next, that excursion came at last. Ut)tkk1W tb'UMklM'ft feriaeV poll fc4 dMt. U HtL As she rounded into the wnarf I had wSU. "RhK .(? nMlt4 t.t4ir t(Jaff ttUfct-- VABIItTy, Styles, At Factory Pricss. up there." gold tt rs 4HfM W I. HAJinMOV X CiU ft" Da. 13. M'i4JXrrff- l.UwWwt, (I II you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams &Bell Drug Store free sample bottle ol Poairoys LlvervCurc it ever fails to cure. WHEN YOU GO TO VARRANTED. PRICE Iflltdlitnsro, -Ivi yM t3 JUST AS GOOD PORADUUT8, 1, G At ATI. IUA, NOT. KM. fit I'Uls, Mo. IfO bottlM ot (49Umun Wfl fluKI OUILIj IONIC ml OlUVnsV TAMTtJLVrta 00 cts, hT CALL ON ibis yew. InI)orex unM t0hiar4 ll alrofttlf tho drutt bnlnM. bava trttni or 7r. In sucb uaiTrjlU frM4lMiMti(1uihit,tiiaTtf fACtkA C.Theo.Cair., PHOTOUZATZrBIt, WEC32 Tvur lAHiic loun Lrulr. jUNTCi.nH&COb A. lor tnlo by WIIIMitin Itrll.llnrirrl For the final and 3fot Artitlio Work, any he or t tyle. Frcdcriea St. , Muwn 6m37 3rd and 4th. CALL 03ST.i. 1. ami alltuient Vmlnti. conducteJ for KOUFItUK YIUL My cf&c U In lh imwcdUta vii.inuy of ihc Patent Office, and my facilities fortucurtng pitcnti arc unturpasicil Send model, tkttih or photograph of iavt mion, with ducrlptlon andiutemtnta to adranuie claimed CareittandTnde-MirkaobuIne- bltie-ejelassie, whose beau wore a nice new pair ol trowsers, striped with 611 the splendid colors of the rainbow and including those of Uncle Sam's 4Ao thnrpe i matte for an opinion to To relieve the excursionists I flag. juttftttabtUfu, and iny fca lor prwecutlp tha ?ietnrei in Enir Stria and Sin applicatioa trltt not V tailed far tntilth began to make room for Lent in my "linraNTOas1 Guidb," con jmitnt is altotrtiU I6?01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged talnlng full Information itnt fret All rontnunl sqtchel by throwing overboard some cattona cootldcred i Strictly Confldrmui. A SPECIALTY. of its valuable contents. I tossed out FRANKLIN H. HOUGH 108J Main Street. eaa strmt, wasiii5uto., u. five twists ol homespun tobacco and OWENSBORO, KY 5)w37 pistol, for I found evmy pepper-boU.N. Cnraon J, I.. Cnrann, erybody so friendly I was sure I syeijWAyeyeiiTaeVtyH should never need it nohow. Now I had seven corn dodgers. 1 had heard A they don't bake 'em in the city so I i took 'cm along. Now to put Ient in the satchel with them meant annihilation to the dodgers, probably to Careful Estimates wade on all Car- Leat, but the passengers came nobly pentering and Building' Terms rca- to my rescue, n score of satchels were sonable. Hartford, Ky open and at my service. Well, those people were overjoyed to thus be able to help a lellow trawler, 'they laughmeans so much more than ed, they slapped eachothcr upon the r you imagine serums and ehoulders and shook hand3 with CAVbAIOJIWULMAKKSi latal diseases result lrom in trteir exultation, each time I COPYRlGHTSa thanked them again, they would burst trifling ailments neglected. (IAN T IIIITA1N A 1ATKNT? Para opinion, writs to out afresh with rejoicing: it brought Don't play witlt Nature's Srompt oniwer and an bonot nearly lihy yeara A; (l. wbo hare bad i!r1fic4'ntbe rlrnt tiuilnu- - Comraunln tears to my eyes, to theirs also Ieat greatest gift health. tttiiuatrlctlyronfldftitUl A llniidbookof In- formation oonrerninar 1'ntrnt and bow to obdidn't like the satchel business, be tnocbaa-tetain them if nt free Atao a catalogue tit Ijeuarefeellnp book a iTiieLeusFlislnk i lul T T just begun to congratulate myself upon how nicely I had imitatedxthe veteran traveler by jumping my boardbill, when with suddenness of a Kansas cyclone my landlord jumped me. He did it with powerful emphasis and with all the enthusiasm of a Populist orator. Leat coming to his master's rescue tugged mightily at the rear of the landlord's pants, and it was only upon the request of all the sympathetic lady excursionists that I called him off. Well, I paid the bill, that is the boardbill, the damage suit is now in court, so is the suit the landlord wore that memorable 4th ofJuly. Well, I got aboard, but they, that is all those who wore pantaloons, insisted on throning Leat overboard, but I protested. "Tie him then, please," pleaded a r c x J. L. Carson & Son, In I Poor Health t each-othe- t and adenttaa Mat Ire l'atonti taken tbroiteh Munn A Co, recelre rpial nottca In the Hrlent I flo American, and tbua are brouaht widely before the publtcwlth uut coat to tbe In yen tor Itate ablendid paper, Uauedwoeklr.elejtanttjlllnafrated baabyfai the lam oat cireulatlon o( any eclonUtla work In the world 8 1 a year Mnu le rtipleaaenttiee. tilngla liollding rAlUlon. monthly tiiOayear enptea cents. Krery number contains beao-tlfplate. In colors, and photos raphe of new home, wltb plaus, enabltntt buildura to show the latekt dcsltms and secure contra pis Address MUNN & CUaitew Vouk. JUl IJuojUVWAT. al out of aorta weak : Brown's Ji Iron R.fWc Dypcp!a, iTaBLER'SDII D IBUGKEYEIIIIUI OINTMENT ) nervous, have no appetite and can I work, begin at once taking the most fella ble ttrcngthenlnr medtclne.whlchU ferowii a iron Bit ters A few pot tlee cure benefit tomes from the very Ant doiet turn' 4Uim ytmr Uttk, a n 4 1 1 ideasant to take and Rfntrally Medical Discovery Oct It ot an honrat dealer. cleanser, Ai strength restorer, and flesh builder a certain remedy In every disease, cauutf by an Inactive there's nothing; elw that' " just as good " as tho " Discovery " It's tha only medldne guamnteed to benefit or cure, or tha money Is refunded. SEE TO IT that you're uot put off , with soma poor wlitn you atk (or Dr Plerce'a tlolden auUtl-tuto- liver or bad blood. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE f I iDEST REMEDrfor PILE8.I Bor.ll 1IY A.I. DliUUOIItTB, rrnuillrllCSlUSOU KID ej.JT.UUt:, nnd OERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho Kidney and l.lvr Neuralgia, Troubles, Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous allmonts Women's complaints. Get only tha cenutnc-- It Cures Mnta on wtippr f alltutff ihunleniiitflf All others aia wi Iwhh itimni haicrotttd red ub- " aun Brook, If. C. Dn. it. V. PlutCSi Vtar Sir Twelyo months auo I was lianllr aula to work at all, aultered from nervousness and weakness, bad a bad couzb. I oun work all tho time now and havo a good appetite, I hsye calned twelve pounds since tsklus the " (1 olden Medical and reef that It's ail due to tha r will rnd ( ol Tan Daautllul Wor Id'a fair vitwa and book iret. nortwH lVVVHrVVVVl''Vvlt' rupuirn rn ntnunDr un cA.cA UO Jns.N.UIenu, J.H.n. Wedding, can National League, which will meet GLENN & WEDDING, Ohio County Dirootory. at Cleveland, Ohio, on Wednesday, May 8th, 1895, and for the transacCIRCUIT COURT. tion of other proper business. HATtTFORD, KY. Hon. W. T. Owenjudge-Owens-bo- ro. (Once, over Anderson'a Basasr.) The State Convention will consist Will practice their profession in ah of delegates selected by thc League Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney the courts of Ohio and adjoining counClub on the basis of one delegate lor Owensboro. ties, and court of Appeals. Special John"W. Black. Jailer Hartford. every ten (to) members, and the ofattention given collections. Alio G. B Likens, Clerk Hartford. ficers of the State League, who are Notary Publio for Ohio county. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioex .officio delegates, the names of the nerHartford. delegetesand the names of the lSdi" T5. B. Likens; TrutefoTJury Fund" T- -! -Hartford. tlonsof the Clubs, sending them.to be C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. certified to by the Secretaries of the Deputies Samuel representative clubs, to D. 11. Stine, Jos. II Roberts, Keown Hartford, Fordavllle, S. T Secretary of the State League.at New- Stevens, Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, port, Ky., on or before the 25th in- Centertown. IIARTFOIID, KT. Will practice his profession in Ohio Court convenes first Mondav In stant. The delegates to the NationMarch and August and continues and adioining counties, and court of al Convention will be six at large three weeks, and Appeals, tipecial attention given from each State nnd Territory, four May and November third Monday In ewo weeks, collections. Offico east side of puHii from each Congressional district and square. COUNTY COURT. one from each College Republican John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. the city." D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. Club in the United States. M. L. Hbavrin. Shelby Tatlok. Now I had heard of the Pinkertons E P. Ncal, Attorney Hartford. Thc State Campaign will soon be Court convenes first Monday in and I knew they were alright and I on, the prospects of Republican sucHEAVflIN & TAYLOR, each month. handed him $17 the last of old Brin-dlcess could not be brighter, and it is QUARTERLY COURT. but I thought I would risk the of the utmost importance that our Begins on the third Monday in calf to the pickpockets and I'm glad Convention shall be the best attend January, April, July and October. HARTFORD. KY. I did. He kept my money, though, ed and best conducted of any in the COURT OF CLAIMS. AVill practice thier profession in all Convenes first Monday in January the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining 'till we got to the city, in fact he has history of the League; got it yet. We call upon the Republicans of and Tuesday after the first Monday counties, and in the Court ol At peals. Hpecial attention given ts Well, we got to the city and all Kentucky and all others who love in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS collections. Offico, next door to rushed out to the wharf. A big black progress nnd good government to G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sul- Bank of Hartford. , negro was running about yelling, join the League Clubs, to form new phur Springs. Z. II. Shultz. "Planter Hotel, Planter Hotel," and clubs, to give evidence of the hope School Suoerin. Perry Westerfield, grabbed my satchel and started to run within them, and to aid in every way ten den t Hartford. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. with it. I hollowed, "stop thiet," in the redemption of our State ring Galen C. Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. er who had been rule and bad business methods. and a treated likewise sorter smiled and BeavebDak, Kt. Mr9. Mlzella Tanner, Poorhouse L. J. Crawi'ord, President. Keeper Hartford. says he: "Your grip is sate sir." D. H. Stine, Secretary. K.D.QUFnr. JUSTICES COURTS. says I, "I'm onto your racket-,B.D.RIIHO Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur "You are his pa!, but you can't work Time Is (Short. Springs, March s, June I, September It on me," and I started after him, Only two weeks now remain dur- ar, December 2. yelling, "thief, robber, fire, murder," ing which it will be possible to take Cromwell Jont .Wil son.Prentis, arsurtfoxA, Cetvicky. and I jerked a crutch from a crippled advantage of our exceptional sub- March 9, June 8, September 7, DeWill practice in all courts of Ohio cember 7. colored woman and began to frail that scription offer. The past month has counties, Superior Rosine C. L. Woodward, Center-tow- and adjoining negro with terrific violence. In the seen many copies of our handsome ColMarch 13, June 13, September Court and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attendmean time my satchel had been torn Educational Series of World's Fair 13, December 13. ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. to shreds and Lent, ever faithful to Views, become valued possessions in Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, his master, had begun an undermind-ed- , the homes this paper reaches None March 30, June 29, September 28, but violent, rending of trie negro's have failed to fully appreciate the December 28. It. R. WEDDING Fordsville James olln g, pantaloons that left him a large area work and to express themselves in Barretts Ferry, March A. 16, Jnne 15, of his cuticle exposed to the blister- terms ot enthusiastic commendation September 14, December 14. ing blaze of a summer sun and the regarding it. New subscribers and CONSTABLES. HAirrFORD, Kt. Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. blasting gaze of three hundred sons J old subscribers who have renewed for Will practice his profession in all Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. and daughters of Adam. tho courts of one year, already have it, still many Fordsville J. H. Oiler, Fordsville, counties. Also Ohio and adjoining Notary Publio, Tretty soon a halt dozen U. S. Sol- may desire an extra copy to send to Rosine Thos. Allen, Rosine. Office, room 20, Hartford House. Cromwell R. B. Martin, Cromdiers, I reckon there were for they some distant friend, in which case it were dressed in a blue uniform, came is only necessary to secure one new well. POLICE COURTS. running down the bank and made for annual subscription to obtain the the bruised,bloody and cussing negro. book, which is sure to prove a valued J. Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; P. Stevens, Marshal. . L. Kellv. AT Directly they started for me, but I possession in the hands of any one to Attorney. Court held every second knew what they wanted, they wanted (rhotn it may be presented. All should Monday in each month. Beaver Dam D. A, Miller, Judge; to kold me for a witness, and I says, remember that the offer holds good Hartford, Ky. , , Marshal. held Court "no use to summons me, gentlemen, through this and next week only. On first Saturday in January. Anril. WILL practice his profeseion In all COUrtS of Ohio and adininiW I'll go." I did go. Wish I hadn't. receipt of a year's subscription the July and October. "What did they do with the ne-- . work will be sent free and fully preCromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, counties and Court of Appeals. SpecFinis Burden, Marshal. Court held ial attention given to collections. gro?" paid. Office over Carson & Co. second Saturday in January, April, Well, sir a farmer don't stand no July and October. The Mt. Sterling Gazette Of March show in the city. We'll find friends Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; D. as scarce as politicians in Paradise. 27th says: "Hon John W. Lewis, the W. Roll, Marshal. Court held on Every man, woman and child in the Republican Congressman from the third Saturday in January.AprilJuly city took up for the negro and the fourth district, who made a gallant and October. Rockport W. B. James, Judge; HARTFORD, KY. court tried me. I employed a lawyer and successful fightlast fall, is receiv- J. J. Gilem, Marshal. Court held on ing quiet a boom for United States first Mondays in January, April, Will practice his profession in tl and paid him in advance there's courts of Ohio and adjoining countie where the calf went but Idon't know Senator in the event the Republicans July and October. Rosine J. D. flyers, Judge; H. Careful attention given to all business havea majority In the next legislature. where the lawyer went, anyway he entrusted to him. Offico in Repu-uo- an Morris, Marshal. was present some where else when Mr, Lewis is a man of decided ability, Saturdays in each Court held first Building. month. the case came up. I couldn't find my one of the most enthusiastic RepublicCeralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; lawyer, but the court fined me $200 ans in thc state.andhe has at all times J. W. Garrett. Marshal. Courts held :m:. Well, the old colored contributed liberally of his time, .talent on fourth Saturday in January, April, and the cost. July and October. lady seeing how the racket worked, and means to the success of the party, COMMERCIAL CLUB. had me jerked up and fined a couple He would make a splendid represenHARTFORD, KY.-Wil- l Meets at Court House every 2d in the most able and dignified and 4th Friday night. J. S. R. Wedhundred more. Well, I have paid oft" tative practice his profession in all th ding, President, C. R. Martin, Sec- courts of Ohionou adjoining counties. the first fine and I'm getting a credit body in the world." retary. Careful attention will be given to all on the other one every night. Did I TOWN TRUSTEES. business entrusted to his care. Colever hear from my lawyer? Yes, that Orders Ohio County Court. B. D. Ringo, Chairman; W. G. lections a speciaKy. Office with the did the work for him, he's here Regular Term, First Day of April Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. calf C. L. county Attorney. Cox, too, now, for drunkenness and disor1895. Field, John P. Morton. A. D. White et. al. having lodged derly conduct. Prom the jail. 0". Xj. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. a pctiticu for an election to be held in L. F. Wajrner, Rowan Holbrook, Jon Samotk. the town of Hartford, Ky,, pursuant Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman, E. P. to the general Local Option law, said Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Sec Iienlneas Cannot lie ( ured. petition is now filed of record and retary. GREENVILLE, KY. By local applications, as they said petitioners having deposited sufWill practice his profession in all tho RELIGIOUS. the diseased portion of the ficient money with the Judge of this Baptist Church Dr. J. courts of Muhlenberg aud adjoining ear. There is only one way to cure Court to defray expenses hereof and Pastor. Services second S.Coleman, Sunday in counties. Special attention will bo Is by consituation-n- l of said election It Is therefore ordered each month, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. given to Deafness, and that collections and all business that the Sheriff of Ohio remedies. Deafness Is caused by and he is hereby directed County be Prayer meeting every Thursday even- entrusted to his care. to open a ing. an inflamed condition of the mucous poll In each voting precinct in the M. E. Church Rev. E. lining of the Eustachian Tube. When town of Hartford on the 17th day of Pastor. Services every third E. Pate, Sunday this tube gets iuflamed you have a June 1895, to take the sense of the le- in each month at tin. m, and at 7 gal voters of the said town, whether p. m. Prayer meeting every Wedrumbling sound or impenect tearing, or not the law now in force prohibitnesday night. and when it is entirely cload ing the sale, barter and loan of and Christian Church Rev. I. II. Teel, the result, and unless' the traffic in such liquors in said town Pastor. Services first Sunday in can be taken out and this shall become Inoperative. each month, morning and night. The Cleric of this Court Is directed tube restored to its normal condition, SECRET SOCIETIES to prepare the poll books and ballots hearing will be destroyed forever; for said election as required by law Rockport Lodge. No. 312, P. & A. M. meets regularly on the fiat and nine cases out of ten are caused by Tiie sheriff will advertise said electhird Saturday nights in each month. catarrh, which is nothing but an In- tion as required by law. Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge D. M. HOCKER. C. O. C. C. flamed condition ot the mucous surNo. 675 P. & A. Masons, first Mon-da- y By Ernrst Tkacv, D. C faces. night lu each month. All bieth-re- n are Invited to attend regularly. We will give One Hundred Dollars ELECTION NOTICE. HARTFORD, KENTUCrY. G. J. ean, W M. Shelby Taylor Secfor any case of Deafness (caused by Pursuant to an order of the Ohio retary. catarrh) that cannot be cured by Couuty Court, I will cause to be openIs prepared to do any and all kinds Hough River Lodge No. 110 Knights Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir- ed a poll In the voting precincts in of Pythias. Meets every Saturday of Dental Operations. Prices most the town of Hartford, Ohio County night at culars, free. Hall, B. D. Ringo, reasonable. Office over Williams St day of June C. C. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Kentucky, on the 17th Bell's Drug Store. 1895, between the hours 0f7a.n1., BiSTSold by Druggists, 75c. a6-and 4 p m , to take the sense of the The llnrtlnrd I'lieta Car. letral and qualified voters in said town A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam TutlieNiibort'lnniecliiliaortliellrpiib. on the question whether or not the has located bis Photo Car law now in lorce prohibiting the sale, llrnilNIHte League t Kentucky! barter or loan of spirituous, vinous in Hartford and will make Pictures Pursuant to an order of yout Exeevery Monday all day and malt liquors in said town, shall here cutive Committee, made at a meeting become inoperative. in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. held at Louisville.on the 29th day of C. P KEOWN, S. O. C. Taylor will be found ot his home March, 1895, authorizing me to do This April w. 189s. gallery in Beaver Darn balance of the so.the State Convention of the League time. We are glad to say he ranks ELECTRIC TELEPHONE is hereby called to meet In Owens-borup with the ablest Photographers in AdsoUd floUttitriifcLnoranLaaroTftltT Ky , on Wednesday, May 1st, NMjadlasnrr )Ur, VlllMuUntrr the State. First-clas- s work guaranlioma, ikoii, .tor sal efilM. OrwttetMxaTsu. It at one o'clock p. m. for the purpose and bml wll.r on Mirth. uiMke from s te S30 per dr. teed. of electing officers of the State League, to Hi in Una la a r.ianoa bhm a "When beauty comes he takes Dels ntwrs. trioa tnatrani.BU, iu) tort, fori nrpr, any ll.Uno.i -uouipiaiM.brraadfoiu If there is none be makes It," it; for the ensuing year, and the deletwonty-ny-o up (ut sar IBM.MHUlil4 rabAlflnit. gates and alternate delegates to the maker WrtU Warranto I Una Hurtion a CeX.rnpner 10, Celumtut. 0, Have ibUlatfended to vour datlaab W. P. tiers National Convention of the Republ- lpaying TuuiVaKeerlptlaar " '. LAWYERS, kTaraes A..Sralt)a, JTTBfiiy JT Aff f 'X, c, Attorneys at Law city-look- Attorney at Law. Attorneys ggt jgaw, n, Attorney at Law, W. H. BARlffES I Attorney at Law, Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney o. :B.AjR:isr:Ei,,i at Law, Attorney irogkeirs. at Law, jTr. Piimi Deaf-ncse- is DENTIST RI P A 4t NS ) Remember you get the Now York Tribune and Tite liErTJBIiIOAN both for ono vear, lor ono dollar and euuts, V fl b- ImmlA m 111 V ! ?& - m T?zrz rV,r1 i ' k 'fWWi'V't fijjWIWft w 1- t ffliy-ys- w Till. AIM I:IITIWII ItATI.h ' "" -- - 'I--!- L I.lilB.Jil--lliai,J- - ?! ,i..!.' jifg"yi li'wii' !' ,1TTPT .U h miNAIII.K AND THR HA UT Ml K OrriCIAL.ORQAH Or IRE PARTY kWTTPT Tfi CQME..IONAL DISTRICT, HAVE YOU PAID A AT YOUR SI II CIHUULATIUN IS VERY LARGfc, WE DO JOB WORK in THE FOURTH i - YOL. VII. stand with The Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advance nnd wa will sond you Tho Louisville AnAtlt PnmtMAHAlHl h I froo. Subsorlboatonco. Will show how you THIS TAG .. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1895. SAftfOTE'S TRAVELS. Have I traveled much? Well, no. You se I was born and reared on this old farm and expect to die on it, unleM that very undesirable event should occur, coincident with Proctor Knott's rebellion, in which case my respiratory organs will probably do their last active service in a sink, hute in neighbor Brawn's woods pas. ture, known only to myself and the coroner. Well, hit summer I concluded to travel, I thought I would try the city I did, I tried the city add the City Court tried me twice the same day. I old Hrimlle for $20 and her calf us fine a Southdown calf as you ever viewed through a telescope, for five And twenty-fiv- e more dollars for traveling expcntco, ybu"5ee. '" There was going to be an excursion boat run down to the city 4U1 of July. I got down my almanac, looked up the date and got one of old Bob's bridle reins for a strap for my sachel, called Lcat Leat is my butlterrier so named from his favorite location for a hold upon unanamous visitors about the farm, and we started on our sixteen mile walk to the river. We got to the river early and waited. Novf,I had heard ot sharpers and to avoid them I had decided to hold no communication with anybody on that trip. I waited till noon, no boat yet I took out my almanac, consulted it again, no mistake about it, Monday, Now I am a very patient July, 4th. man, but after I had waited three whole days and nights and no boat yet, I began to grow restless. I saw a man could'nt travel without talking some and I walked up to the warf-boman and said: "See here, when is that excursion coming?" "She'll be here all right enough," said he. "But why didn'tshecomethe 4th?" "Have you lost the day of the month stranger? Look at the calender Wednesday, July, 4th." "See here," says I, hanlingout my almanac from my sachel, "here's a Western Farmer.'s almanal that I paid ten cts. for at Jim Green's store ten years ago last spring, after going by it all these years I'm not going to lay it by now for your old pasteboard at NO. 38. - - Latest U. S. Gov't Report , 3fc lT FLOAT6 '. FORTY MILLION CAKE5 YEARLY. THS PnOOTttl OAMOLt CO, ONTU QUAKER jrt All.rrn. ypi-1. 1 . C STY BAKING POWD jT.ttlpie. . ail lime. ar V1 , VS"?" I AbfOlutelrpursaiidutotrKw, Eetaa-un-Bl- o 3. I W.'F1.t.en J.l,i";-l''l;l- l ""n"0 rewDBB" I l" pol saoceas Mill ev- - er fol low (OnU) ml ir it of all wo'ro found the beat i Claims a placo above the rest. ((Antf.) Of yonr Oittefu-- r dart . . . nexour pennies will rapar ,.,,.. Falliirotherowlll never bei ThosowhotusQ .... : ... ig C rt P kf CeaMJte Ohio aid Soutfiiveslern R, R, I i. WSiTi DENTIST. S5 TIIB 1315 ST barked and sqiiatled, whined and bawled. I begmi to walk nckb and fourth to quiet him, all eyes were upon me, everybody had something pleasant to say ft) me, and I began to be sorry I had not' turned to traveling sooner and stuo.lrto it like a crow to a corn field, when a little boy, tugging at my coaf)'' i&il, squalled, "Its mine, its mine.", I looked nro.und, somebody had pinned his hat to my coat tall, a score of handkerchiefs jverc pinned on my back, a half dozfn' umbrellas, newspapers enough to publish the egotism of Grover, the br)s$j ponderous mind and those seven JWoJgers, each In a seperate paper sack; were suspended from my brandtcmhomq-madjeans coat. Well, iftjjflgL' a joke as well as anybody, 'but tbjfslwas carrying the thing a little and I was just in the act of turning Leat loose on them when some one outside yelled: "Man overboard, man overboard," and I ran out to see him drown. "Say stranger," said theyeller, "there are pickpockets aboard and they have you spotted. Now, I am a Pinkerton detective and if you have any money about you, you had better let me keep it for you till you get to c Highest of all in Leavening rower. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Mri Ugss&3l ABEATEI.Y can National League, which will meet at Cleveland, Ohio, on Wednesday, May 8th, 1895, and for the transaction of other proper business, The State Convention will consist of delegates selected by the League Club on tbe basis of one delegate for every ten (10) members, and the of fleers of tbe State League, who are ex officio delegates, the names of the delegctesand. the names of the ldcU-- 'l tionsof the Clubs, sending them, to be certified to by the Secretaries of the representative clubs, to D. II. Stlne, Secretary of the State League.at Newport, Ky., on or before the 25th instant. The delegates to the National Convention will be six at large from each State and Territory, four from each Congressional district and one from each College Republican Club in the United States. The State Campaign will soon be on, the prospects of Republican success could not be brighter, and it is of the utmost importance that our Convention shall be the best attended and best conducted ofanylnthe history of the League. We call upon the Republicans of Kentucky and all others who love progress and good government to join the League Clubs, to form new clubs, to give evidence of the hope within them, and to aid in every way in the redemption of our State ring rule and bad business methods. L. J. Crawpord, President. D. H. Stine, Secretary. -- pure OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice hit profession In Daviess and adjoining counties. Special given to collections. Offic, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, J.N.It. Ins, N. Glenn, tVe.l.Ung:. Ohio County Directory. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owenjudgtf-Owe- ns boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney- Owcnsboro. JohnW. Black. Jailer Hartford. G. B Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master CommissioHartford. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, Jos. II Roberts, Fords vllle, S. T Stevens. Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, Ccntertown. Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and November ewo weeks, ! COUNTY COURT John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. Court convenes first Monday In each month, QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday In January, April, July and October. COURT OP CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday In January and Tuesday after the first Monday In October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sul- LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah thecourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Anneals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. (Office, over Anderson's Batasr.) GLENN & WEDDING, toorj "' GVB. LlkerisrTrsfSeorTrrrv'Fund' C nerHartford. ' 3faa33.es A.. SzrHtli, -- TTOMY iiAiiTFonn, JT kt. Aff -- square M. L. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adioining counties, and court of Anneals. Special attention given collections. Office east aide of puWfi f v, JwISsnS DtTWtCN LOUiaVILLE AND MEMPHIS. ALSO rnoM CINCINNATI 1 AND TO EVANSVILLE, a Ticket AND lo not purcbuc NORTH, Is prepared to W all kinds o Dental work at reasonable prices. Office over J. W. Ford & Co'a Feed Storo. EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Ontil rati havecoututtrd an Agent of the O. O. IlitlTJ & S. W. R. R. sjomkkn KQuirMionr. T. B. LYNCH, OlN. PA3. AOT. X. 2D. LUCE, llAnTFoiiD, Kentucky, I) TKAIMH, I'L'iUUx varvm sLKiirKRS, JOI'N ECHOLS, OCR Contractor and Ssilr Man. lOWSVIlu.. KT. Will draw draltsfrotn a nice, neat cozy cottage up to a flue two story house. Will draw plans lree of charge. Will make careful estimates on ail kinds of buildings, and rerood al old bouees. Motto. "Live and let live." Wall Paper. Larch . . IS. Best qual .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll Gold Paper . . 8c to loc per Roll Finest embossed Pa pen 5c to 30 perR'll 6m Ii.O.W If R. BASSETT, 64s Fourth Ave.Louisvile.Ky. SaTSend 6 cts in stamps for samples. VAmirry, Latest Styles, At Factory Prices. up there." Llt. . .wl . Kimti. RBtU.lv. t.rrlta.y IUtUDt.l)t.t.r.WMhttllUHi WW.'. !.. It. I.BU7 It .11. Wtit, ntMt tt4hM4i ik. TM 1UmI v.IUM uWttt.t.'lt. frtLk.tailW Tk "tasteless Icr W. V. nAWltOM X CO, ll?iH39' ..rrnAI. wtrr.tl4AJXrvvter.fr Ht. 1 Itlrnxbut, O tkrt I !3JU3TAaCO00FORADULT9. VAHRANTED. PRICE CO cts. MO If you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams &Bell Drug Store free sample bottle of Poairoys LivervCure it ever fails to cure. WHEN YOU GO TO CALL ON t UM.dlita.ft., puklIruLi, Mo. r UHiUfiBMn W. (UIATtl,IIX.,K0T.l,153. of bolt., lv Tear, TAHTKLKKM Alltj. TONIC an.1 hlT. boy.bttbr. anmaairrMdr ttiurcr. lnalto.rez. partacea ot 14 yowa. In tba drua batlnM.. hava a.Tr aolS an .rtiflo tbaliiaT. tucb uolTenal .rOI MttB a. Tuor VWUc. loan irulr, AiiNir.CAiiaiCO. 01U1VB1I C.Theo.Cain, For the finest and Moit Artutic Work, any tixe or ttyU, Fredcrica St. , I'toeen 6m37 3rd and 4th. or anlo by Wllllriiii A. Ilrll.llnrirortl Ovctttknil TniTe Maiki otiInedt and all patent Vnlneti conducted for HOUEKtTK VEIN. Mf cISc U In thimmctjlal viumtyof th raicniOfl.ee, od my facilities lor teeming patents arc unjurpatte J Aiifo charge i tnmle for anvjHnton um fa putrttinbUltif, and my Uo for prosccutlne th application iritl not tn tattrd for until th con pntent 4m attmtvU, "IttvaMToaa talnlng full InftKBiatlon tent fret. Scad model, sketch or photograph of Invention, with dcacrlptioA and itatcment at to advanuce claimed catloni Comldcrcd us btrlctljr ConfldcAtui. Goidi," All rommuot FRANKLIN H. HOUGH 1). 830 F S Croat, WAS1IISOTON, C J, I., Cnr.iin, Li J. L. Carson & Son, U.S. Cnraon Careful Hstimntes-mnd- e on all Car-- pcntetlng and Building Eonable. Hartford, Ky Terms rca- - 3mM3aEkw iCAVbAIOJUAULMAKKSi CJAN I OUTA1N For A 1'ATKNTf opinion, write to Sroiapt nniwer and an uoneat nearly Uhy yeara di CI!. who iitTe bad ipeiinclntbo patent bualneia, Oooimunlca ttoiiaatrlctlycoutlilaiulal. A lluiHlboou of Information ooncernlnir l'ntrnta and bow to ob tai n tbeni lent free Alao a cataloguo of mecbau leal tuudaelentlfla books MOtfrea a tenia taken tbroneb Munn A Co, recelre 1 llo A f pctal notice In the uir rlro n ant tbua are brousbt widely before tbe pubhcwllh. out onat to tbe InTontor. Tbla aotendid baper. iiiuairateu, naa oy rai tne iiiuea weeair, eieajinjany lartieat rtroulatloa of aclentiAo work la tbe ii'ie covins seniiiee. Uotldinii FklHion. montbly, titan year piui; coHoa, i!i cent. Kvery nutnuii- - mntilm beau- liul Dlataa. In colors, and Dhotnaianha of new btfuaea. wllu plana, uabllng bullderi to itbow tbe latMi dfrstsna and aecure contraria Address J1UNN A CO., Utw Youat, 3 til UuojtVWAT. COPYH1GHT&V r rren is all those who wore pantaloons, insisted on throwing Leat overboard, but I protested. "Tie him then, please," pleaded a e lassie, whose beau wore a 'V'- - r'-f nice new pair of trowsers, striped with ill the splendid colors of the rainbow and including those of Uncle Sam's flag. To relieve the excursionists I Site. Ficiai.i la Ere; Style Copied and Enlarged began to make room for Leat in my tfirOld Pictures sqtchel by throwing overboard some A SPECIALTY. of its valuable contents. I tossed out 108$ Main Street. twists ot ptuW 0 WENSBOttO, KY five pepper-bo- homespun fortobacco and pistol, I found evmy m erybody so friendly I was sure I tlit)titjAftarAjWj.nikjifijifti.iVj. should never need it nohow. Now I had seven corn dodgers. 1 had heard they don't bake 'em in the city so I took 'era along. Now to put Leat in the satchel with them meant annihilation to the dodgers, probably to Leat, but the passengers came nobly to my rescue, a score ot satchels were open and at my service. Well, those people were overjoyed to thus be able to help a fellow travder, 'they laugh-e, 'means so much more than they slapped e'acliother upon the , you imagine serious and shoulders and shook hands with each latal diseases result from other in tHeir exultation, each time I thauked them again, they would burst tnfltnjr ailments neglected. out afresh with rejoicing; it brought Uon t play witii wature s tears to my eyes, to theirs also. Leat greatest gift health. . didn't like the satchel business, he Itjou.nfetllnp out VI urti.wcak IM tdlfllllj ' SEE TO IT IIAtlllVg. IIIITUH), I 1)17 HUT that you'ro not put off GjEljulm otst.ii.A Aa. "She'll be on time'sir," said he, and sorter laughed as he walked away. I guess he was laughing at my stand, ing collar, for I noticed they were not in style down that way. I had waited long, but like pay day to the delinquent subscriber, for it will come, if not in this life the more sure in the next, that excursion came at last. As she rounded into the wuarf I had just begun to congtatulate myself upon how nicely I had imitatedNthe veteran traveler by jumping my boardbill, when with suddenness of a Kansas cyclone my landlord jumped me. He did it with powerful emphasis and with all the enthusiasm of a Populist orator. Leat coming to his master's rescue tugged mightily at the rear of the landlord's pants, and it was only upon the request of all the sympathetic lady excursionists that I called him ofl. Well, I paid the bill, that is the boardbill, the damage suit is now in court, so is the suit the landlord wore that memorable 4th of July. Well, I got aboard, but they, that Ik km i ami mer. - blue-eye- d ... the city." Now I had heard of the Pinkertons and I knew they were alright and I handed him $17 the last of old Brin-dtbut I thought I would risk the calf to the pickpockets and I'm triad I did. He kept my money, though, 'till we got to the city, in fact he has got it yet. Well, we got to the city and all rushed out to the wharf. A big black negro was running about yelling, "Planter Hotel, Planter Hotel," and grabbed my satchel and started to run with it. I hollowed, "stop thiel," er who had been and a treated likewise sorter smiled and says be: "Your grip is sale sir." "I'm onto your racket," says I, "You are his pal, but you can't work It on me," and I started after him, yelling, "thief, robber, fire, murder," and I jerked a crutch from a crippled colored woman and began to frail that negro with terrific violence. In the mean time my satchel had been torn to shreds and Leat, ever faithful to his master, had begun an undermind-ed- , but violent, rending of trie negro's pantaloons that left him a large area of his cuticle exposed to the blistering blaze of a summer sun and the blasting gaze of three hundred sons and daughters of Adam. Tretty soop a halt dozen U. S. Soldiers, I reckon there were for they were dressed in a blue uniform, came running down the bank and made for the bruised .bloody and cussing negro, Directly they started for me, but I knew what they wanted; they wanted to kold me for a witness, and I says, "no use to summons me, gentlemen, I'll go." I did go. Wish I hadn't, "Wlntdid they do with the ue-- . gro?" Well, sir a farmer don't stand no shcAv in the city. We'll find friends as scarce as politicians in Paradise. Every man, woman and child in the city took up for the negro and the court tried me. I employed a lawyer and paid him in advance there's where the calf went but Idon't know where the lawyer went, anyway he was present s6me where else when the case came up. I couldn't find my lawyer, but the court fined me $200 Well, the old colored and the cost. lady seeing bow the racket worked, had me jerked up and fined a couple hundred more. Well, I have paid off the first fine and I'm getting a credit on the other one every night. Did I ever hear from my lawyer? Yes, that calf did the work for him, he's here too, now, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. From the jail. Jon Samote. city-look- Heavrin. HEAVRIN Shelby Tayio. & TAYLOR, e, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. phur Springs. Z. H. Shultz, icd aen i tiaruora Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Offico, next door to Bank of Hartford. School . Superin- Cromwell. Coroner-Hartf- N. C. Daniel, Assessor Galen C Westerfield, Perry Westerfield, ord. Attorney at Law. BeavebDak, Kt. E.D.QUPTTT. Time la Short. Only two weeks now remain during which it will be possible to take advantage of our exceptional subscription offer. The past month has seen many copies of our handsome Educational Series of World's Fair Views, becorne valued possessions in the homes this paper reaches None have failed to fully appreciate the work and to express themselves in terms ot enthusiastic commendation regarding it. New. subscribers and old subscribers who have renewed for one year, already have It, still many may desire an extra copy to send to some distant friend, in which case it is only necessary to secure one new annual subscription to obtain tbe book, which is sure to prove a valued possession in the hands of any one to ivhom it may be presented. All should remember that the offer holds good through this and next week only. On receipt of a year's subscription the work will be sent free and fully prepaid. The Mt. Sterling Gazette 6f March 27th says: "Hon John W. Lewis, the Republican Congressman from the fourth district, who made a gallant and successful fight lost fall, is receiving quiet a boom for United States Senator In the event the Republicans havea majority in the next legislature. Mr, Lewis is a man of decided ability, one of the mostenthusiastic Republicans In the state.andhe has at all times contributed liberally of his time, italen t and means to the success of the party, He wonld make a splendid representative in the most able and digulfied body in the world." Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse Keeper Hartford. JUSTICES COURTS. Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur Springs, March 2, June 1, September 2; December 2. Cromwell Jont .Wil sou.Prent.s, March 9, June 8, September 7, December 7. Roslne C. L. Woodward, Center-towMarch 13, June 13, September 13, December 13. Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, March 30, June 29, September 28, December 28. Fordsville James A. olln g, Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, September 14, December 14, CONSTABLES. Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. Fordsville J. H. Oiler, Fordsville, Rosine Thos. Allen, Roslne. Cromwell R. B. Martin, Cromwell. POLICE COURTS. Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L. Kelly, Attorney. Court held every second Monday in each month. Beaver Dam D. A. Miller, Judge; , Marshal. held Court first Saturday la January. April. July and October. Cromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held second Saturday In January, April, July and October. Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; D. W. Roll, Marshal. Court held on third Saturday In January.AprilJuly and October, Rockport W. B. James, Judge; f. J. Gileni, Marshal. Court held on first Mondays in January. April. July and October, Roslne J. D. Byers, Judge; H. Morris. Marshal. Court held first Saturdays in each month. Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held on fourth Saturday in January, April, July and October. COMMERCIAL CLUB. Meets at Court House every 2d and 4th Friday night. J. S. R. Wed-dinPresident, C. R. Martin, Secg, B.D.RIM.0 attorneys !gt n, Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attend-e- d to. Office 329 E. Market St. 3Earttbrl, SCmtiacJcy. jgaw, R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Hartfobd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public, Office, room 20, Hartford Home. W, H. BARIffES AT Hartford, Ky. WILL LAW: t practice his profeseion In all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Spes lal attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tk cpurts of Ohio and adjoining countiei Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him. Office in Republican Building. Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY.-Wil- l retary. x mm In Poor Health U...u.i f I Jron ? and can't work, erg in i VIlt.tl-liifthemOftTtlla-blo ttreiiKthenlns; mttdlclne.whlchU llrowti'a I run Bit- - Kl e j j iTABLER'SDII BUCK EYE 1 IlJll V - jemr Utht and pleaiant to take. UMtt't Uim cumes iioin nv vartf Art Hnia.i tire curr-beu- efit ml k7 sTTt Drnlne.M Cannot lie Cured. By local applications, as they the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that is by consituation-a- l remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or impenect hearing, and when it is entirely clond Dcaf-nes- e is the result, and unless' the can be taken out and this tube restored to its uormal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ol Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Stud for cirwltb wiiw poor uUtl-tutvrben ou ak for culars, free, Dr. Pierce's Uolden F. J. CHENP.Y & CO., Toledo. O. Medical DUcoyenr Oct 36-ttSTSoId by Druggists, 75c. It of an honest dealer. d, 4' lie It Cures DysDCDsla. OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 yoara no tho f malaria, I Neuralgia, Constipation, Troubles, KUner and Liver j ' Bad Blood Nervous allmonU Women's complaints. iDEST REMEDY for PILES.! rnrirtl tr IICSAUSOU BOLD MY ALL IIUVUOINTa, XXS CO., f rair II Gt only th. (.nulna All h.tcrou.d red-' ubUnci on lb. wt.ptxr oihcti tatnp.na tlltutct On tcccliit 01 two will tend l ol Ttn Daaulllul Wotld'a x n. " vi.wa ana coot IT. LOCI). "VVVV'VVV'VwV' BROWN CHEMIUL CO. lie BALTIMORE, MD. ' TullieNiiboriMnnleeliilisaf lliellrpub. ilran finite Lenjoie ol Hentiickyi Pursuant to an order of yout Exeliver or bad blood. there'! toothing else that' " juit u good" aa cutive Committee, made at a meeting tba " Discovery " held at Louisvllle.on the 29th day of It'a tbe only medicine guaranteed to benefit or cure, or tbo money Is refunded. March, 1895, authorizing me to do Oltn BrooH, K. 0. so, the State Convention of the League Twelve) Dear Sir Do. It. V. ViKiCBi called to meet in Owens-bormonths atro I was hardly able to work at all. is hereby ullercd from ncrvouancss and weakness, bad Ky., on Wednesday, May 1st, a bad couitb. I oan work all tbe time now and have a irood appetite, I have sained twelve at one o'clock p. m, for the purpose pounds sluou takluu the " Golden Medical Discovery" and four that It's all due to the of electingofficersof the State League, for the ensuing year, and the delegates and alternate delegates to the National Convention of the Republ- l- -- Mxnl - cleanaer, A strength restorer, and certain rcinnlr In every dtecoae cautoj by an Inactive cA.qA db TOWN TRUSTEES. B. D. Ringo, Chairman; W. G. Regular Term, First Day of April Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C. L. 1895. Field, John P. Morton. A. D. White et. al. having lodged SCHOOL TRUSTEES. a pctitlcu for an election to be held in L. F. Wmrner, Rowan Holbrook, the town of Hartford, Ky., pursuant Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman, E. P. to tne general iocai uption law, said Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Secpetition is now filed of record and retary. said petitioners having deposited sufRELIGIOUS. ficient money with the Judge of this Baptist Church Court to defray expenses hereof and Pastor. Services Dr. J. S.Coleman, Sunday of said election it is therefore ordered each month, at 11 second and p. in a. 7 ni. that the Sheriff ol Ohio County be Prayer meeting every in. Thursday even-in$- r. and he is heieby directed to open a poll in each voting precinct in the M. E. Church Rev. town of Hartford on the 17th day of Pastor. Services every E. E. Pate, third Sundav leJune 1895, to take the sense of the in each m, and at 7 gal voters of the said town, whether p. ra. month at tin. Prayer or not tbe law now in force prohibit- nesday night. meeting every Weding the sale, barter and loan of and Christian Church Rev. I, H. Teel, traffic in such liquors in said town Pastor. Services first Sunday In shall become inoperative. each month, morning and night. The Cleric of this Pourt is directed SECRET SOCIETIES to prepare the poll books and ballots-foRockport Lodge, No. 312, P, & A. said election as required bylaw M. meets regularly on the firtt and The sheriff will advertise said electhird Saturday nights in each month. tion as required by law. Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge D. M. HOCKF.R, C. O. C. C, No. 675 P. & A. Masons, first MonBy Ernest Tracy, D. C day night in each month. All brethren are invited to attend regularly. ELECTION NOTICE. G.J.ean, W M. Shelby Taylor Pursuant to an order of the Ohio County Court, I will cause to be openHough River Lodge No. no Knights ed a poll in the voting precincts in of Pythias, Meets every Saturday the town of Hartford, Ohio County night at Hall, B. D. Ringo, Kentucky, on the 17th day of June C, C." 1895, between tbe hours of 7 a. m., and 4 p in., to take the sense of the The Ilartlerd I'helo Car. legal and qualified vomers in said town A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Darn on the question whether or not the has located his Photo Car law now in force prohibiting the sale, barter or loan of spirituous, vinous in Hartford and will make Pictures every Monday all day and malt liquors in said town, shall here In the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. become inoperative. C. P. KEOWN, S. O. C. Taylor will be found at his home This April II. logs. gallery In Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks ELECTRIC TELEPHONE with the ablest Photographers In ld.pU4 up BoU outrif ht, a. r.at, ao rortl'. lo lit, Vlllw. or ujunlri. Nell ! trtrr the State. First-clas- s work guaranbomrLtkop,MrtM4oa.fc OrfwLf.loaciT.ul.no. .nJ Im.1 ..ll.p rtn ..rthI Ajrcui. dar. u.k. otu laSSOper mil Ln. teed. Ou. in . rttiatru). Etarutt . t.1. n "When beauty comes he takes It; .hbora. Fin. lnttrarutuu. to to!, war .orWhtr ..r ,lf.t.n.&, UwupM tulf t :f b. out up at. Iikaa tiu!icd CUa nD.1, In.. br .at on., If there is none he snakes it," lttu. . lit. out ox on!r, u. "fcsa, Mnr tiro. Vrr.nu! A rop.tr m.iitr Writ. JlaveySjWUeiid loyour dmissb W, P. HsrrltOT 4 Co ,Crk lO.Ceiumbui, 0. parlus; Ordors Ohio County Court. county Attorney. 0 practice his profession In all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to all business entrusted to his care. Collections a specially. Offico with the Xj. Attorney zrockbiss. at Law. GREENVILLE, KY. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Muhlenberg and adjoining counties. Special attention will bo given to collections and all business entrusted to his care. j. r. pTtfti r Sec-retar-y. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most Office over reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. c Williams 6c ':' RI P A NS you get the Now York Tribune and Tile both for one year, for one dollar and twonty-fiv- o bnts, V Remember Republican i - H m aenpiionr IktiW..! iiafflWIejjlOTiMPWallt .'Wtetocassigratsra. - - - i tufrft-im-t V t& h M Hartford Republican rUBLlHUBI) EVI1UY NAM FIUDAY MOIWINO . -- JO, II, A. AMim.SON IMMlr.lt I'roprltlor. r.dltor. On Tuesday Qoebol's examining trial camo up and ho was released. Thus ono tuoro murderer goes unpunished of justice. 80 for os tho slzo of countries is concerned tbo case, of Japan and China presents tho plcturo of a pigmy dictating to a giant. Friday, 19, 1895. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. STATE SENATOR. Armr, ! The Frco Silver Senator, Stewart Wit are authorized to announce Dr. A. D. JamVs. arises to aik Mr. Cleveland what Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate benefit tho latter has over been to bis ior State Senator in the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the country anyhow? Republican party. REPRESENTATIVE. v We are authorized to annouuee Bsq. W. I. Rows, Of Centertown, as a candidate to rep resent Ohio county iu the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Republic- Many a hard sinner raado his an nual visit to church on Sunday Easter you know, and will not be seen there again for another year. The Annual Stato Encampment of tho G. A. R. occurred nt Hopkins-vill- o on Tuesday and Wednesday and tho old veterans had n royal good time. Thoy aro enthusiastic in their praises of Hopkinsville's hos- . an party. Rev. Sam Jones begins a ten days meeting nt Owensboro May 17. I ) I I I ti 1 1 lii - Tim Republican County Conveo" pitality. tion is just a month away. This The vote on tho saloon question should bo tho largest Convention over Two months yet held in tho county and it can bo occurs June 17th. This will afford dono If tho Republicans will turn out. until the election. all tho pcoplo of Hartford an opporTun meeting of the Kentucky tunity to learn, if they do not already League, of Republican Clubs which know, tho feeling of the pcoplo of meets in Owensboro in May, text to the county on tho saloon question. tho Btalo Convention, will bo tho No pathetic American can contemlargest political gathering of tho plate the bungling manner in which year. Secretary Gresham has conducted Tun Court yard is going to rack our foreign relations, without a blush for tho want of a few hundred dol of aharao and a feeling of indignalars that will finally Lavo to bo ex- tion. In tho hands of Gresham pended. Why not make tho appro- American diplomacy would bo a re priation at tho next sitting of tho Fis- proach to a third rate power. cal Court in October? President Cleveland is still pretty During the first four months of sound on tho silver question as may tho New Tarifl law Cuba purchased be seen by careful reading of his letof tho United States 12,995 sacks of ter to tho Chicago business men. If flour, but during the same months he were as sound on the Tarifl, for of 1893 she purchased 105,046 sacks. eign relations and some other things ppens tho as he is on tho money question ho The claim that Frco-Tramarkets of the world is a sham. would be in a fair way to becomo a Republican. Anotiiei: prosperous year for Hartford College is growing to a A Republican Club will be organclose. This is the best institution of ized here in a short time. Every learning in this part of the State, and town in the county should organize is tho pride of the (own and county, such a club. The Republicans of and the envy of others. Tho College the county cuuld thus have represenis worth thousands of dollars every tation in the meeting of the Kenyear to tho town and the people will tucky Leaguo of Republican Clubs, not vote upon themselves that which which meets in Owensboro on May To do so 15th, and besides, it is time tho party will injure tho school. would be tho sheerest business sui- was beginning a regular and thorHartford has no ough organization for the coming cide and folly. use whatever for the open saloon. campaign. What other towns and communities will organize? PROsrEors for the early naviga do a specially active business In the way 1893 they had increased to 6,000 per of nice wall papers and fine letter payear, making nn Increase of 5,075 per, whleh they ate putting down at wagons per year In less than ten almost nominal prices. Messrs. W. years. They nre now selling the A Few of It. & I. N. Parrish have added anoth"Owensboro Wagon" all through the er specially new line in the way of South nnd West, Including at differ-en- t of guitars called "The Parrish." These Stntes. Dr. J. H. Hickman Is guitars, Mr. Parrish tells me, are president of the company, n. d deOwensboro. manufactured to their order. They serves greot credit for building up a are In Cherry, 0,k, nnd Rosewood; manufactory in Owensboro of which A I.lVi: ANII IMlOUHKNNIvr. CITY. and sells at $5 00, $6 00, mid $7 00. any city In the East might be proud The same guitar usually sells at The Brick and Sewer Pipe Co, ol OwKNsnoso, Ky., Apr. 17, 1895. $10.00, $12 00, and $15 00 Anyone which John D. Delker Is President who visits Owensboro should not fall nnd J D. Reeves is Manager, was inSince Spring has opened, we note examine a marked improvement, here, In, bus- to go through and they carry.the im- corporated In 1891. They at ptcscnt mense stock which employ some 25 hands at nn average iness. Merchants seem to be busy, The leading Retail and Jobbing nay roll of St 0,000 per year and are more clerks are In demand, and, the Merchants are the Louisville Furnirunning nt n capacity of 75 tons of farmers arc laying in n supply of ture Co, nnd Martin & Smith, furni- lire clay dally, besides the common ture; Mitchell Bros & Co., dry goods; red clay used for purposes other than grass seeds, fertilizers, farming imS. W. Anderson; ladles furnishing the manufacture of sewer-pipes- , fireplements, etc., preparatory to mak- goods, Wile Bros , mens ready-mad- e clay, etc. ing another crop. Most nil the man- clothing; and John G. Delker, bug- Their factory nnd kilns nre located iu ufactories arc running at full capaci- gies. the western portion of the city and Wile Bros, nre decldely in the lend cover two acres of ground. This Is ty, which adds greatly to the busiline one of the largest manufactories of its ness Hie ol the city. Owensboro, too, when it comes'toarythlng in the gents ready-mad- e clothing. This kind In the South, and yet, their is rapidly becoming a business cen- of ter. The last census 'shows an InA 1 crease In her population sufficient to swell it considerably over 15,000. Her numerous business interests and industries have made a like Improvement. The surrounding lands, which, OWENSBORO. the Leading Merchants What is flue-pipe- s, yf Costorla Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infinite mid Children. It contains neither Opium, Morplilno nor other Nnrcotlo milistnncc. It is n linrinlcss Biibstltuto for Paregoric, Drops! Soothing- Syrups, anil Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its giinrantco Is thirty years' uso by Millions of Mother. Castorla destroys "Worms and allnyrt fevcrlshucss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Dlarrhcen nnd "Wind Colic. Castorla relieves teething- troubles, cures constipation anil llntuloncy. Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach nnd bowels, glvlnjr hcnllhy and natural sleep. Castorla Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. - r. 4 tion with thb love of the offices makes the coming struggle with them one The Owensboro Messenger proceeds of despair and desperation. Let the to read President Cleveland out of Republicans buckle on the armor the Democratic party in tho follow- now and cease not to fight until the ing style: polls are closed in November. By "President Cleveland has written such an effort the Stale can bo rea letter to citizens of Chicago, who invited him to a reception in that deemed. city in honor of his stand for"honest Republican CoiiTentlon. money," declining the invitation, but The Republicans of Ohio county arguhis are called to meet in mass convention, ments against the coinage of silver. Mr. Cleveland admitted' he knew at the Court House in Hartford Ky. nothing about the tarifl when he first Saturday May 18th 1895 at oneo'clock went into the White House, but ho p. m. to select delegates to attend the then had tho strongest of goldbug Republican State Convention, to be convictions and haB steadfastly held held, to nominate candidates for r, to them. Tbero is no difference beLieut. Gov., Attorney General, tween Cleveland and John Sherman Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasure on tho money question, nnd he no er, Superintendent of Public Instrucmore represents Democratic sentiment and teachings in this respect tion, Register of Land office, of Agriculture, at Louisthan Snerman does." What a pity it is that tho ATeaatn ville Ky., May 39th, 1895. Also to select delegates to the First fj(r, too, cannot see the light on tho money question and follow G rover Railroad Commissioner District, convention to be held at Louisville Ky., as ho follows John. May 29th 1895 to nominate a candiLast Friday at Covington Senator date for Railroad Commissioner for Gocbel shot and almost instantly said District. By order of the County Executive killed Cashier Sanford of the FarmK. D. Gufkv, Ch'm'n. Committee. The men er's Bank of that City. W. A. GmsoN, Sec'y. and both were wero political enemies April 3d 1895. ready for the conflicts evidenced by the fact that each carried a pistol. Jlesolnllons, Allen county Republicans in Con's Sanford's bullet glanced off of body, but Goebel's bullet picic-e- d vention assembled last week and It passed the following resolutions: Sanford's brain and he fell. Resolved, That we do hereby Inhas been suggested that Gocbel wore struct our said delegates to rast the of mail and, but for that fact, a ,shirt entire vote of Allen county in said tho affair would bavo been a double Convention for Hon. W. O, Bradley, Swopo- killing as in the case of tho of Garrard county, for Governor, and Goodloo affair of a few years ago. Judge K. Scott Brown, of Allen coun Senator Goebel has been a prominent ty, for Register of the Land Office, legislator and was, last year, a candi- recognizing In them the highest date for the Democratic nomination qualification and fitness for the posiior tho Court of Appeals. Sanford was tions mentioned. And trusting to a prominent citizou and a very wor- the good judgement of our said deleThe immediate caueo of gates they are not instiucted as to the thy roan. tho murder was tho publication of a remainder of the ticket. Resolved, That we now slanderous article written by Goebel, and printed in his own paper, reflect- our allegiance to the great principles ing upon tho character of Sunford. of the Republican party "A party whose achlevtnents and trluuips have Tho latter was a man of tho highest established it as the most masterful and of course resented tho character and enlightened political organizaGoebel doubtless took this tion insult. that has ever existed," method of bringing on au attack and Resolved, Thatwe request the ReHo should publican papers of the State to pubthen killiug his victim. these resolutions. bo puutshed for his high handed lish and mado an examplo of for People do that make exclamacrime Kentho benefit of other would-btions when they see a man try to do business and still not have enough tucky criminals. business pride about him to use neat stationery. We.have n nicellne of BM3H3iaWII:1-W- i1 Envelopes, Cards, etc., Uouxti ill Bet iu tuaa.flrup, bf druffaUu. Hud rn which we can print for you cheap, on Jf-i- ll "?BKIsiTL'tlll short notice. led Gov-enoer Goe-belLetter-heads, tion of Rough River grow brighter as In a short time a the days go by. largo force of men will be put to work on the locks and not later than next season, perhaps this season, the people of Hartford will be receiving their heavy freights at our wharf, independent of the heavy railroad When once slack wafreight rates. ter navigation is secured it will not be two years until the C, 0. & S. W. R. R. will extend a branch road from Reaver Dam and perhaps the St. Louis and Texas may be extended from Fordsville. In fact the latter road would already have been built, but for tho stringency in the money On the whole tho business market. outlook for Hartford is most hopeful. Because tho prospects of Republican victory in November are so bright and encouraging tho party must not make the fatal mistake of believing that we can win witnout an efiort. The Democratic party, which has so long held the State ofiices.tbat it is considered an aflront to suggest tho possibility of a Republican Administration, will not give up without Lovo of the of. a mighty struggle. fice, of place and, power ia not the only feeling that prompts the party in power to its greatest exertions. The dark and unsightly record made by officials of that party in tho last quarter of a century, form tho' skeleton in the closet and this fact in connec- five nnd ten years ago, were covered with timber and stood the year round In water, are now being cleared, ditched, and tiled nnd cut up into splendid farms; and are proving to be the most productive lands in the State. This improvement In farm lands has increased the population of Daviess county, and assisted so largely in increasing Owensboro's trade that she now stands at the head of the cities of Kentucky, south-wes- t of Louisville. With her splendid transportation facilities, Owensboro's merchants have been enabled to build up an extensive wholesale and jobbing business. The most prominentofOwensboro's Wholesale merchants are W.A. Guen-the- r &sons and Hill & Steitler, wholesale and retail dealers in hardware; J. F. Hite, wholesale nnd retail druggist; R. Mcjohnson & Co., wholesale grocers; and W. E. & I. N. Parrish, books, stationary, etc. R. Mcjohnson & Co. do a strictly whole sale business, and arc, without question, the leading wholesale grocers in Western Kentucky. The recent business stress has affected them very slightly, if at all, and they now keep from four to five men on the road, and their sales run from $1,000,000 to $1,500,00 per year. This phenomenal success speaks volumes for the business tact andjnauagement ot this firm, and the solid growth of the city. Their spring trade so far has been unusually good J. F. Hite does a large wholesale and jobbing business in drugs, oils, paints, etc., nnd is gradually enlarging his trade until it now extends over the major part of Western Kentucky. He also does a big retail business. He is next doorto the Owensboro Saving Bank, and occupies a splendid two store brick, filled with an immense stock of goods. For many years Owensboro had no whole sale drug house, and Mr. Hite deserves great credit for being able to compete with Louisville and Evansville houses in this line. Messrs. J, J. Hill and A. Steitler Jr. were, for a number of years, engaged separately in the retail hardware business. A little less than one year ago they formed a partnership under the firm name of Hill & Steitler, and opened a large wholesale and retail house. They now keep one and two men busy on the road, and despite the hard times their sales so far amount to something over $100,000. They occupy an elegant three story brick, on Main street, between Allen and St. Ann, in the center of the business part of the city. These men handle a large line of tinware, stoves, roofing, pumps, fencing wire, wagon materials, etc. In fact they are thoroughly reliable, active business men, and always keep abreast of the times. Castoria. "Castorla It an nctlltnt medicine far children, Molhtn hare rtptitrdljr (old me of IU good cOett upon tlicir children." Dr. O. c Osgood, Lowell, Max. . " Cutoria It the bet remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day la not far distant when mothera will comkltr the real Interest of their children, and u Cattorla Instead of the varlotia quack nostrum whleh are destroyln. their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, aoothlni; ayrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending- them to premature grares." Dr. J. P. KiNcnBLOK, Conway, At k. Castoria. adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. AaeiiEa, M. D., Ill So, Oilord St., nrooMyn, N. V. " Castorla It to well "Our phytlclant In the children's department have spoken highly of their apcrl ence In their outside practice with CMterla, and although we only hare among ear medical auppllea what Is known as regular products, yet we ate free to confess that the merits of Casloila "haa won us to took with favor upon It." United Hosntal ato DurnKMRT, Allkm C 8uitn, Iloaton, . Mas. Tha Cantaur Company, 77 Murray Streat, Navy York City. ttV The above cut represents a front view of the extensive wholesale and retail house ofW. A. Guenther& Sons. This house has a space of 18,000 square feet, and shelf room 145,000 square feet, and besides this store room, the firm occupies 2 large warehouses, whose combined floor space is more than 20,000 square feet. This firm was established in Owensboro about 20 years ago by W. A. Gueuther. He admitted into partner ship into the concern about 5 years ago his sons, J, Ed. Guenther, who Is Albert B. now General Manager; Guenther Secretary and Treasurer, and Frank B. Guenther, head salesman in the wholesale department. is years ago the annual business of this firm was about $8,000,, and last year In spite of all the dull times their business ran over $125,000,00, and will run this year over $150,000,-0the firm carries a stock of over $50,000, and does the largest business of any stove, tinware and hardware house in South Western Kentucky. This firm has the reputation of being the most progressive, wide in awake, prompt, and buslnes-lik- e their line to be fouud anywhere. The Parrish boya are so well known in their line as stationers and book dealers, that their name Is lamil-ia- r throughout the Gieen River country. They report a splendid trade the last month in all lines of goods which they handle. They are doing 0; firm is composed of comparatively trade has become so extensive that young men, who spent their early they are not now nble to supply the days in Ohio county on what is known demand. Both their home and foras the old Hoover farm, about eight eign trade are rapidly increasing evmovwest of Hartford ery year. miles They Owensboro, too is not behind in the ed to Owensboro, opened a small and by dint ot ener- way of a woolen manufactory, by nny business, means. The Woolen Mills Company and close business apgy honesty, was incorjiorated In 1892. with a capplication they have built up the cener.il retail business fn cents ital stock of $52,500; R Monarch, clothing nnd President, and II. B. Phillips, Secreand boys ready-mafurnishing goods, in the State, out- tary and Treasurer. They employ 75 or So hands; their pay roll amounting side of Louisville. In fact they carry many lines of goods which will to over $30,030 per year. They nre compare favorably with these of the devoting their attention largely to best houses in Louisville. Wile Bros, the manufacture of a superior quality occupy three very large buildings on ol jeans, which they supply to cutters the corner of Main and Allen streets. all the way frotnNew Orleans to PittsTheir spring trade is much better burg. St Louis alone has recently sent in such heavy orders thatlit will than it was at this time last year. S. W. Anderson, another one of require some mouths to fill them with Ohio county's prosperous sons, does the 60 biir looms now in daily operaa retail and jobbing business. Mr. tion. Owensboro is justly proud of Anderson carries a general stock to this industry, and the surrounding supply the merchants through the country is greatly benefited by its furcountry; but he makes a specialty of nishing a ready market for all the ladies furnishing goods nnd fancy raw wool, and employment to a lame dress goods to supply his retail trade. number of consumers. The Owensboro Wheel Company He employs some eight or ten clerks, also occupies a vrry prominect place and you always find them busy. anion? Ottensbnrn'a mrimil.irtiirltKT In the fall of l893thefirm of Mitchell Bros Co., from Illinois known as interests. It employs a large force of the "Grand Leader" opened a large hands, furnishes a market for the retail dry goods establisment here. best grades of ash and hiciory timThey occupy a very large, well ber, and distributes about' as much equipped house on Main street, just money through the city ns any other Their wheels are below the Temple Theatre. This one enterprise. firm established themselves at once as usel by Northern and Eutern factobeing thoroughly reliable, nctive.bus-incs- s ries nearly altogether, and arc sold men, and have already built up belore they are made. J Reinhardt is president and G. B Tyler is general nn extensive trade, notwithstanding manager of this company, both of re recent unprecedented hard times They furnish employment to fifteen whom are among Owensooro's nust or twenty clerks, and carry an Im- tctlve business men. Thefirmof Curry & Marble, beins: mense stock of fine carpets, mattings, window shades, etc., doubtless the establised in 186S, is among the oldlargest in the city, while their shoe est and largest concerns of Its kind in the South. They handle over 2 000,-00- 0 department and dress goods departfeet of lumber annually, which is ment would do credit to the best retail houses in the larger cities. They worked up into doors, stsh, blinds, report the spring trade as being un- nnd nil kinds of building materials; they give employment to 20 or 30 usually good. . Martin & Smith do perhaps the hands and turn out revcral thouslargest furniture business of any of ands dollars worth of finied materi Supe-!the older firms in the city. They car- als each month. The product of this in ry a general line of furniture, which mill enjoys the reputation of being in every particular, and is they are selling at unusually low first-cla- ss prices. They have a very large home used throughout Western Kentucky sell many goods and the surrounding States. Messrs patronage and throughout the surrounding counties. Carry and Marble have contributed as Mr. B. S. Wolf, manager ol the much towards the silid trrowtli of Owensboro perhaps as any on? else. Louisville Furniture Co., has just ren J. N. Grady, known as "The turned from the East, where he has Street Planing Mill," started been to purchased his stock ior his fall and summer trade. He carries upon a very stmll scale about 18S3, l, about a $7,000 or $8,000 stcck. Mr. under the firm name of Grady & and had prospered to stun an Wolf just recently located in Owensboro, and is rapidly building up a extent that three years ago, the dissolved. Mr. large trade. He is a bus- firm was Gndy iness man, and is pleasant to do keepiner the old stand. Their motto is, "What we don't keep we'll get business with. Mr. John D. Delker does an exten-tiv- e for you at any time." The present retail and job business in bug- plant and yards cover about 5 acres gies, harness, saddlery, etc. He car- of ground, nnd the 22 large rooms for ries a Urge, well assorted stock, which storing sash, doors, blinds, lime.hair, enables him not only to supply the cement, flooring ceiling, weather-boardiu- sr. shinnies, nnd numberless home demand, but to furnish goods to the dealers throughout the coun other things used In the building art, try, as well. Mr. Delker is one of all testify to the immense stock Owensboro's oldest and best business carried. They also have a large Tin men, and well deserves the very Establishment, where they mike and handle anything made with tin,-a- ll large patronage which he now has. kinds of Roofing as Slate, Tin, Met Among the Merchant TailorsotOw-ensborthe firm of Evans Bros, are al, V. Crimp, Roll Cap.Corrogtaed, etc; and cypress, popular, an I cedir in the lead in the way of fancy goods. They carry a large, well assorted shingles; nnd all kinds of hardware, stock from which to select. This firm oils, varnishes, paints, etc , used fn They also manufacture all is composed of young men who have building. I fiRJIin PM7F..FINFST Rfllf- lf PRIMR PUPIfl only been in business a short time. kinds ot untitles, colutus, wood ornassMi-w- s " They thoroughly understand their ments, gable finishes &c. Another " " uinuiiklllliu i .1PIUU.UU trade, and employ the best and most evidence of this firm's 2d Prize Sidebar buggy progressivenes3 is that they have reexperienced workmen. These boys 3d Prize Pneumatic Tire Bicycle. . . . are having a good spring trade, and cently become exclusive agents lor are rapidly taking the trade from the the following high grade Bicycles: 4th Prize A Diamond Ring The Gendron, and Gold Sunol, both older merchants. light welgth; also The Ladles Gen5th Prize A Moline Farm Wagon While Owensboro's Manufactories dron, Sunol, American Queen of are not as numerous as they ought to Scorchers, and the Stella; and the VALUE 5 PRIZES-TO- TAL be, considering the vast amount of f her accessible raw material, yet she Mens Hercules, for business men, all guaranteed. may justly feel proud of the number W. N. Castlen owns The above prliee are offered to thoso she has. Among the most prosperous the largest Cooperage and op;rartes Jrtio conatruoi or form the lnrvat num. Work In the bar of worda out of ho letter found la we mention F. A, Ames & Co., man- city, His shop and yards, on Fray the prlie word ufacturers of high grade vehicles A ser Ave .covernbout 5 acres of ground, few days since the writer was shown and furnish employment to from 9 to through the factory, which covers coopers, besides a larcre number half block near the centre of the 35 city. The buildings are large and spa- of other hands. They are of present , TJNDim TIIISBn nUItQBi Mr. , First The flrat prize will be won by the cious, and the amount of Improved turning out 250UU, per day. Fifth TCarh nuitut..! st become a Castlen supplies tnojt all the large I larreAt Hat, the second prize by the next subscriber to the Omahn machinery and facilities for manufacwiciy World. Urseet list and ao on to the filth. distilleries with their barrels. The a.n(1 mu,t P nil rtMiTiVii. .' Hat of words must bo writture are the best. The company em- ubove review Becond subeoriptloi, with his piesent a partial list and ten In InkThe list of words. plainly, must be alnhabstle-allploys near 125 workmen, many of arranged, numbered, sinned by tho ..?iV?Ev,ry rontewtant whose list con- them highly skilled mechanics, and cnaoie tne reader to lorm some concontestant and sent In before May to, when tho contest closea, amounts to about $40,000 clusion as to her prosperity. l wins a prize or not. wMl the Third Worda used must be Knullsh folio contafnlnir hh'dsm photo In'lJKSK Business College: Mere is locatper year. I uey are now running lull ed one of the system of Bus inrss Coland must be found In the dictionary. If two worda are spelled alike only one blast, and arc shipping on an avers Inches, with. hit. can be used. lege owned nnd conducted by the Abbreviations, obsolete tory of the nolntlmr. ge, 2S vehicles a dally, ond hav, or- Spenceriin Bus. words and names of persons or places are Colleeo Co. with oarrea. i.iia purposely stunred ders yet to be filled from different siuerea. Louisville, and for parts of 28 states, extending as far headquarters at work, Sv.rSP.Vn'ci: " ani ""Ba'wSf Fourth The same letter must not be thoiou0'liness of completeness used twice In one word, except the letter East as New York. In addition to of course of study, will bo they are not T, which may be used twice In any word, .Eighth-Pri- ses their extensive wholesale trade they equaled by any college of similar kind wl,hln wrri.i ax?;? as It appears twice In tho prize word, have a reputation locally that makes In this country. Mr. J. C Walker, Tho Omaha Woolcly World- - Horald is tho groat froo the A lies' buggy Indispensable. 1'rincipil of the Owensboro College, coinngo family paper of tho northwest Its The Owensboro Wagon Co. is an- U a editor 1b nun of many years experience as Bryan-t- ho champion of silver, who has just rotirgd from other one of Owensboro's roost imr and teacher. co- nportant manufactories, especially on The Owensboro Female College account of its giving employment to day. and tho other of four pages on Friday of each Prof. A. C. Goodwin's efficient under week a large number ol hands and furnish- management Is doing It Is almost as good ns a da y for wows. Its acrlcuUnrki honcc. splendid work; ing a home market for a gaeat deal of and the City Schools under edited by G W Hcrvey. the suptimber. Their Factory and Shops are hold articles .and Ita short stories maico It a welcome erintendence of Prof. James McGin. located at the East end of Main St , nlss.lmve tmpioved fully visitor 1 nn anv household. Buhscrn1 nn . r..wV Vivu jjur yuur. .fUlUrOSS la 75 per cent. and the yards and all cover several J. W. L. employ from of ground. acres Thoy loo to 125 hands, and keep two nnd Wa liavo J ust received a new stock three men busy on the road. In 1884 average output of finished wag- of clothing cheaper than ever. their Carson & Co, ons amounted (0325 per year, am in "WILE BKOS. .Buggies, lar-ce- st Carriages, pring Wagons, de (arts n vi hi n Lighter, Better and Cheaper than Ever. illli ip33i?5 I and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness and Saddlery Goods. 110 &1L2 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, TSLsr. Call and see our Hubbcr Tiro JOHN G. DELKER, It Crit-tendo- Lit-tel- aimoimco to thc cit. nsof Hartford and Workmanship f rior to any the State the readers ol The Republican that our Spring Stock comprises all the novelties of thc season, as well as the staples, and for satisfaction you should call and see us. Prices the Lowest, Goods the Newest, r its the Best, is onr pleasure to wide-awa- EVANS BROS., Importing Tailors, 106 Main Street, Owensboro, Kentucky. WORD BUILDING CONTEST. S PRIZES. wide-awa- ke imiu... ZTTTi 150.00 85.00 75.00 60.00 ."$201 R - E - P- U - T - A - T - I - O -N " y pay-rol- 'h ?:& bIW book-keepe- ivj 1 ..a WORLD - HERALD. Omaha, Nob. U IT ijfc rL I -: jm f 'i!W).IUj;j,.3SWsJtftr t ""T- - WSJS'JF Tt!'SHj ' i m- i Xrt. r:. l game parks are among the the grandOrdors-Oh- io County Court. est known. I remember your lectures Regular Term, First Day of Apiil well at Hartford College and I tell Mr B. D. Ringo has returned Horn 1805, you I would not exchange their value Frankfort. ureas ana tiiorotlgniy reIt appearing that a petition signed Mr. J. W. I'ord went to Cincinnati From Bealor a crown, of gold. I date the by V. 1 Stum, ,1. T. liable building-u- p medicine, Smith, Jr., G. Dr. J. S. Coleman has returned from yesterday. Dam. success of my life to them; they lifted nerve tonic, vitalizor and V. Sanders. Ira Lee, I. 0. Adair, 11. Louisville. See our new millinery goods. me out of my lazy ruts. 0. Smith, J. D. Cooper, Q. W. Britc, Sec the remnants nt your own price Kid. I. II. Tccl preached an Raster Carsou & Co. I secured a fair education and went 0. E. Ford.N. J. Miller aud ethers MuSermon in School Hall Sunday. at Carson & Co's, at business with a vim and secured was filed with the Court Fair Bros. & Co. sell for cash, that at this Term sic prepared by the class was quite enough before my health failed to be fulfltlfV flint a. nrn.la.1 fVmmnM til.nl is why they can soil goods so low. The grades of the pupils of the M.MV.bU VUIUIUVU UVUUU1 nice. The solo, "Consider the comfortable all the remainder of my College will appear next week. District be organized with the followLowest prices on domestic, cnUco sung by Mrs. K. J. McKenney life. Give my best wishes to Before the people today, and Dr.Jno. ing boundary: C. R. Martin has n beautiful line of was splendid. and shirtings at l'nlr Bros. & Co's. Beginning .at II. T. which stands preeminently Pendleton, Capt. Sam Cox nnd the frseh pot Flowers for sale. Ford's (de'd) oxcluding him; thenco The "Dccstrlck Skule" will be re McIIenry family. above all other medicines, is baled hay, If you want first-cla- ss With many kind night, April 20, in wishes to you and family, I remain to J. II. Smith's includiiiB him. nnd We cau supply you with fertilizer. peatcd Ilolbrook, They have call on field & including John M. Johnson's thence School Hall. Proceeds nre for the your very true friend. the very best. Carson & Co. R. SNirss. MOST PERFECT MADE. same as before, Don't fail to sec this to JJ. F. Wallace's farm excluding it; im. Fair Bros & Co's clothing are 10 Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Taylor enterA put Gf ape Cream of Tartar Powder. Rev. L. R. Barnett, of the White thenco to Quint Lanlmm's excluding Fr per cent, cheaper than any other tained a lew friends last Wednesday Wonderful Skule." Ammonia, Alum or any other adulttunt Mrs. B. F Kblln, Carrollton, re- River Arkniisas M. I. Church South, him, nnd including Mrs. Whitler's, house in Hartford. 40 YGARS THE STANDARD. evening. turned home last week, accompanied has resigned his pastorate at Marina-duk- e, J. P. Gilmoro, W. II. Crowe nnd It has won its hold upon the 0. To-dFair Bros. & Co. received Ark., on the account of bad II Whitlerj thenco to Widow Quarterly Court lias been in session by her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Barnes hearts of the people by its their complete line of A Preismeycra this week, but nothing of importance and children. Mrs Barnes will spend health, and will be nt home in a lew nnirAY, Arim. 10, 189s, own absolute intrinsic merit. including her; thence to E. celebrated slippers. days. has bean transacted. The docket has many days in the city. It is not what we say, but Ilcdden's including himj thenco to Hrlng your Hums to tCarson & Co. what Miss Bessie Ilocker, South Carroll-tiSarsaparilla Fair Bros. & Co. nrc selling tlie been light and is about disposed of. tho bcgintiig; and that tho Lot on The World's See l'nlr Hrot. & Co'n dress goods. Millinery stylish goods and low does that tells the story: ' has been visiting relatives here Next term Breckinridge Normal Main Street botwecn tho M.E.Church showed no baking powder Come to Cnrson & Co. for fertilizer. prices is what docs it. College opens April 1, summer term for the past two weeks. so puro or so great In leav- South and Matthews Street bo tho Elder Smith, Rockport, delivered a If you ride in an Ames or Davis June 10 1895. site of the School IIouso for said DisBuy you fertilizer at Carson & ening power as tho Royal. patriotic lecture in School Hall TuesR. P.SiiACKLBrT Pres. Even when all other preparBuggy you will be comfortable all the trict, which lot is certified not to exCo's. day night. His object Is to organize ations and prescriptions fail. ItrnolillKini or Rrnpeet. time. For sale by Field & Ilolbrook. ceed two and Rough River Lodge, No. 110K. of a lodge here. f miles from any foTsale by'l'leTd & Baled liay Whereas, It having pleased the " I was taken with o pain In my right P. had intended to celebrate the anniBreckinridge Normal is prepared Misses Viola PIrtle and Kmma Great Ruler of the Universe to remove part of tho proposed boundary, and it sldo which run down Into my limb to give pupils any course they may versary of their Lodge Saturday Barnes spent Sunday in the country, from our midst Bro.Geo, appearing also that said petitioners and my ankle welled and broke oat Air. Win. l'atts, Rosine, was in L. O'Ban-uonight, but owing to the severe ill- at the home of Miss PIrtle.-in tannine 'ores In seven different elect. our worthy and esteemed Broth- nro tax payers, legal voters and resitown yesterday. places. Since I have Died Hood's R. P. Shacklbtt Pres. Hardlnsburg. ness of Prelate W. A. Gibson the ens Misses Fannie and .Lizzie Barnes er, who had for many years been a dents of tho School District No. 90 ot tho lores hare healed and I Davis and Amos Buggies for sale tertaiument has been posponcd. and Sadie Austin spent) Sunday in member of the Cromwell Lodge No. this county, and also of the proposed have gained fifteen poandi In weight." That is right, Carson & Co. have by Field & Ilolbrook. Josib IlAimiB, Prestonbarg, Ky. got the goods, tire lowest prices and Mr. G C. Wcsterfield moved his the country at the home of the Misses 420, F. & A. M., and he having pro-- , Graded Common School District and Miss Rachie Sander fur has returned three young men and one cured a demit for the purpose of be- the approval of tho County Superinladyolways family to Louisville Wednesday, where Barnes. from Whitesvillc. Mr. Fred Strotbcr, Rockport. pass coming n member of High View tendent and Trustees is indorsed on ready to wait on you. Give them they will make their future home. Mr. J B. Howard, Fordsville, was call. re tMtelen, mild. effeo- Mr. Wcsterfield and family have been ed through town Tuesday en route to Lodge U. D. Therefore be it resolved said petition, according to law tho Hood'J PHI Pleasant Ridge and Owensboro. 1st. That ill the death of Bro. Court being sufficiently advised or in town this week. Died at her home near sulphur residents of Hartford for a number of Miss Nellie Young, Rockport, will O'Bannon that the community at ders that Col P. Keown, tho Sherifl Mr. J. II. l'lummer, Horton, called Springs, Mrs. Julia A Author, aged years and have many friends here be in town this week to playiher part Tlie Lexington large has lost one of its best citizens of this County, bo who regret to give them up, but wish and he is hereby about 80 years. She was a good, to sec us Monday. in the "DeestrickShule." Don'tfor- - and the Masonic Fraternity one of its for them a pleasant home in the directed to cause a poll to bo opened get the "Skule." Hon. R. P. Ilocker, Beaver Dam, pious christian lady and leaves many State's Metropolis. Attyb. best working'members. and an election to be held at Fords-vill- o Business College. IrienJs and relatives to mourn her was in town Monday. 2nd. That the bereaved family be (INCORPORATED.) A, Hniiinroii Fart I'rnllllillloii JI.M.Mrellnar. loss. on the 11th day of May 1805, About Hood's Sarsaparilla It ex- tendered our heartfelt sympathy and for tho purpose ot taki'Dg All Prohibition voters, and all othCol. C. M. Harnett was in Owens the senso of Messrs. Austin and Blankenship boro the first ol the week. er persons who favor Prohibition, and pels bad humor and creates good hu- the mantle of our charity in their be the legal voters residing therein, tho are at work trying to recover their discountenance the infamous saloon mor. A battle for blood is what reavement. boundary of the said proposed GradSubscribe for Tin; RHrunucAN and lost drill which became embdeded in 3rd. That High View Lodge U. D. and whiskey traffic are hereby re- Hood's Sarsaparilla vigorously fights, keep up with the procession. the bottom of the well last summer quested to meet in the Court House and il Is always victorious in expell- has lost one of its best prospective ed Common School District, whether there shall be levied and collected an when they were using their steam Wc want all ol your Bacon. in Hartford Ohio county Ky. on ing foul taints and giving the vital members. That we having buried him annual tax of Forty cents on each Carson & Co drill. fluid the quality and quantity of per4th. Thursday the 6th day of June i895,at fect health. It cures scrofula, salt with the usual Masonic honors, the 8100 of property valued therein sub-je- et Klsewhere in this issue you will sec the hour 6f 1 o'clock p.m. We have sugar corn that we will to State and County taxation, rheuni,boi!s and other blood diseases. members lie requested to wear the the law card of County Attorney E.P. Jno. P. Rowe, Ch'm'n. sell for 7c per con at Carson & Co. usual badge of mourning for thirty owned by White persons and $1.50 Neal.Mr.Neal is too well and favorably Hood's Pills act easily.yet promptly days. A Corrrcllon. Mr, J. T. White, Tristler. gave us known to need any tax on each White male inhabitant introduction to Once more allow me to say that I and efficiently on the bowels and a pleasant call while in town Wednes-- " our people. He is a young man of 5th, That a copy of these resolu- of said District oyer 21 years of age have not resigned my church at liver. 25c. day. tions be sent to the bereaved family for the purpose of establishing and much push and energy, and possesses Greenville, not did I expect to resign Wanted. To employ an energetic and one to each of our county papers maintaining a Graded School therein Mr.Pink Wcsterfield and slster.Mlss a fine knowledge of the law. old church where I have that grand Lady or Gentleman to represent us and the Masonic Home Journal for as provided in sections 100 to 130. Viola, visited relatives at Cromwell For General Assembly Cumberland preached at in tervals for more than a in each County. Salary $50.00 per publication. Sunday. Officers of the said election will also quarter of century, nor would I resign Church at Meridian Presbyterian N. B. Gore, month and a commission. Address THE PHACTICAl SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. cause the legal voters of said propos Pys a'l expenses at Breckin- Miss. May 16th to 28th, tickets will her should I locate in Louisville with stamp. B. F. Clark, Com. Connected with t State A. & V College. ed Graded Common School District one terra of be on sale May 13th 14th and 15 at which is by no means certain. ridge Normal College for Highest OHIrlal Kndonrmrnt. Ilio R. L. Chas. A. Robinson & Co., Commonwealth, th rrrnlUent to vote for six persons to bo Trustees of tho ot the College, and tb Hecrc'iAry and J. S. COM5MAN. Htalfl 10 weeks. $14.30 for the round trip, good till of tbs security Truat and bafety 36 im Salina, Kans. m m YICTOHT. of same, provided said tax shall be TreaaurrrftlirnlnrltsIHploiuaa. ViuIKo to return. June 3d llrrornllou liny. Farmers are busy preparing their Iti:COMHi::VIfr:i UV Itntrmy of mifCfMful Mr. F. M. Joplin, ol Itlizabcthtown, ntudenH. whoe luries argreffute of II. MimniCK, Agent. It has not yet been decided where land and planting corn. Wheat and approved. tlmuund of dollar per annum hundred wm the guest of relatives in Hartford nv.rr.nv.sviJi. Nrore of tlie leading The Officers bf the said Election and fcimlneftM men who are Its friends oats look very promising. For meeting of the National Board the services will be held on the 30th last week. Myatem or trliial, and patron day of May, as Ccntertown will likely When Baby was alcfc, wo gate her Castorta. uned Rev. G. J. Bean filled his regular will make return to this Court of the bualueoa lnatrurtloiiequal I bIn every depart-meof Missions Cumberland Presbyterian ny other plan, mnicct vmuntbi result of same at the earliest day pracMiss Annie PogIc entertained a few Church at nvausville, May 7th to gth decide in a few days. When aha was a Child, aha cried (or Castor!. We hone the LATMrAMI HIUIItJtT A1VAIUIN. "Ali appointment at this place Sunday ticable certified the first l'reralnrai, Oold a d lironxe Modal and in due form. When she. became Miss, aha clang to Castorta. of her many friends with a biithdaj inclusive. Tickets will be on sale nt people will take an interest in this Diploma, etc," at the Iiilemnllounl Jlld-night. He will preach here again Attest: Inter imposition, awarded tie m istm of When aha had Children, aha gave them Castorta. dinner last Saturday tmd In thin Cot tee Head next Sunday evening at 4 o'clock. $350 via Nortonville and $4. 23 via matter, as it is a national holiday.and ofllualnevi ItepHrlmeiit 15 pert practical D. M. HOCKER.C. O. C. C. eiirn experience rand x accountant. The Mr. J W. Tabor, Fordsville, was Princeton for the round trip on May should be properly observed. AWAifn of itoiii.tr.H Rev. 0. M. Felix, of this place, enBy Ernest Thaoy, D. O. iiioui.srKXI'ONITION to' l.l)JHUA of shorthand," taught in this rnller', and the guest of Comity Clerk D. M 6th and 7th. Limited till May nth to graves of all the soldiers, both the tered school at Beaver Dam on the ELECTION NOTICE. the II la; he t lti tlie World Blue and the Gray, will be strewn with head of (an Ilocker Monday. return. 8th. New church being built at this II. Muruick, Agent. Pursuant to an order ot tho Ohio to the reporter),oar Mnortnand Department system. from the author of this flowers and have a flag implanted 1 will cause to bo open-e- d TKIiEUIIAlMIY. Superintendent tifuur County Court place. Hallway and Tel earn pit Nateui has a record You will notice in this issue the re- thereon. From 60 to 70 nre turned of 14 years practical experience, from Night a poll in the town of Fordsville, Job L. Carson, Com. Mrs. Ann Felixreturned home Sun to out of Breckinridge Normal each year appearance oi Messrs. Martin & Ky., on tho 11th day of May 1895, OperatorTrunk Chief Train Diepatcher, wltb the I lues In America largest John C. Ciiamdbruiin, Adjt. JEiidorl by day. She has been visiting relatives Dispatchers (Superintendent, A few weeks Smith's advertisement. with certificates. between the hours ot 7 a. ro. and 4 1. Operator Trainn.lwrtvund telegraph companies, and S leMdtn? at Central City. Only "honl in tlie World owning and Ninnllpox nt Fortlatlllc. in m., to take the sense of the white legal Tlie o upletw Hallway for Hveryone in need ot Gloves, new ago they did some advertising Tun Miss Addie Howard, Bethel, was aud qualified voters in said town on the operating ofit iituic ts sraduatea briteru direct the The following from the Fordsville purpose to go to good position n practical operators new Drew, will do well il they RnrunucAN and derived such good Star of Wednesday indicates that the Hat or the guest of Miss EttaFulkerson Sun question whether or not there shall be nrfIXIiriiAL IIVSTItL'CTIOX fn all returns from same they haveconclud-earpsrimenii no tvins noru. will call on Carson & Co. day evening. a Graded Common School established Correspondence, Commercial jaw, hln, niroerciat to try it again. If you need any- dreadful disease will soon be in our Ovi said town, its above Mrs. M. T.McDowell and Miss Jen-ni- e in tho rtnuiinruc inn oiiciimi Place your advertisement in Tun thing in the Furniture line you can midst: "Mr. Miles Chancelor is re-- , IONITIONN.Our CJuarnntee I'Uti," lent free Write for It ported this morning to have the smallvisited Mrs. G.B. Brown Monday. boundary. and it will be read by be supplied at their store at Owens-b- o IIUMH NTUUY. will nave ynu money. Writ O. P. KEOWN, S. O. O. for Instructions. 875.000.00 UtiJtrnnle that Mr. Henry Davis and wife, Taylor pox at Askins, a small station four io, 000 people every week. our Col eg Is as represented, or monev re ro. This 11th day of April 1895. funded. NK1V llUILnlXU. n.t'.UANT Mines, are visiting her parents. miles above here. Mr. Chancelor was owned, erected and furnished by us, to meet the Mrs John D Chapman, Oweusbo-ro- , requirements of our practical system of In t mo For Southern Baptist Convention here in town Saturday night to atMrs. Simmon, Horton, visited Mrs. tlon. lurnnre iirni, tjirine iibiii, usier, is visiting friends and relatives at Washington p. C. Mny gth to 16, perfect ventilation The largest and most ner J. II. Likens Sunday, tend the Masonic Lodge, of which he fecfly equipped llualneaat Collrse llulldlnr Cry in the Bedn neighborhood. in tun nniiiu. tickets will be on sale May 7th and is a member, and after going home Messrs. John and, Charlie Brown atcolleges, who reipomluUIty IlElVAitt-8oyou iumi resis upon tueir era on 17, win Messrs Jno. C. Chamberlin and W. 8th at f19.ro for the round trip. Limtended church at Sulphur Springs they will give you the "came," leu a "more or he broke out with the disease. If the thorough course," In "lees time," or for lea ited to 3 days in each direction with report is true Fordsvillewlll doubtless A. Carson attended the Encampment money," etc., than It takes to complete a Sunday. Cnndldnte lor the County Ilonae. netware cf such claims, rotirst with us extreme limit of 15 days from date of have to contend with the pestilence." ther are false. C. Illustrated Catalogue free. Mr. J. P. Thompson, near Hartat Hopkinsville this week. Being a poor woman with no means Address, CALHOUN, I'rlnclpal, C. sale. Tlie Louisville Delegation will Lexington, Ky. ford, was the guest of Mr. Wm. Brown of support, I have concluded to be Mr. B. D. Ringo is moving his leave Louisville at Dr.Colemnn Rrnla;n. 2:30 p. in. on May Sunday. come n candidate tor e Sunday night Dr. J. S. ColeLait family to the Sullenger property, 8th via. C. rileal Pile! Itching; nice. O.&S. W. Mrs. I. H. Likens has been visiting keener. My husband John Hudson, Symptoms Moisture; intense itch-in- g man preached bis farewell sermon at which he recently purchased. II. MltRRICK.Agt. her daughter, Mrs. Frank Black. was killed by the train at Rosine a and stinging;most at night'vrorse the Hartford Baptist Church, after Mrs. E. W. Taylor and children Miss Renda Lee, Sunnydale, visit- few years ago, and since then I have by scratching, li allowed to continue In a racket on Dog Street last Sun- having served our people in the caC. L. FIELD, Chairman pro tern. ed Mrs. S. P. Fulkerson last week. returned to Greenville Monday, after day Dee Walker displayed some very had a hard time to make a living for tumors form, which often bleed and pacity of pastor for ten or twelve becoming very sore. Swank's spending a week in Hartford. Mr. John Lowe and wife spent Sun- my family of sixsmall children. Any ulcerate, By bad shooting and Dan Hines proved years. Secretary. His health has been failing Ointment stops the itching and bleedday night her mother, Mrs. Wright. influence being brought to bear on ing heals ulceration, and in most K. Barrett, Whltesvllle, is to be a good runner. Mrs. A. At the trial for some time and acting on the adHow la Cnre nil Nkln DUennes." Mr. John Felix spent Sunday with any one that would assist me would cases removes the tumors. At drugvisiting her sister, Mrs,. Isaac Shown, before Police Judge Carson Monday vice of his physicians he has taken Simply apply "Swayne's Ointgists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. be thankfully received the No Creek neighborhood, this morning Walker was fined $25 and this step, which robs the Baptist ment." No internal medicine requir- his father. of Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. Mrs. Wm. Martiu was the guest of ten days in Jail for carrying a pistol, Church of an able preacher. week. ed. Mrs. Emma Hudson. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all His ' "' her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Felix, Sunthe face, nose, MOST IN QUANTITY. QE8TIN QUAUT If you want to reach the people and $25 for breach of the peace. place has not been filled as yet, eruptions on clear, white and&c, leavMew Chnrrh. ing the skin healthy. day. with your advertisement, place it in His examining trial wherein he is but will be in a short while. Its great healing and curative powers The first M. E. Church of Beaver Mrs. May Felix, Mrs. FannieBrown are possessed by no Tim RnrunucAN, and everybody will charged for shooting with intent to remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla gives great Ask your druggist otherSwayne's and Miss Clara Foster spent a most Dam will be dedicated on the first kill was set for the 25th. lor sec it bodily, nerve, mental aud digestive Ointment. enjoyable day at Mrs. Wm. Brown's Sunday in May by Rev. J. W.Turner, 34 rvr. of Ixmisville. There will be services Senator A. L. Peterman will deliv- strength, simply because it purifies, When yau want a good, easy shave last week. er the annual address to the Literary vitiatlzes and enriches the blood. s or n hair trim, call on A TcMlmoiue For Hartford Co II ego WHITE'S CF1EIH Miss Cora Felix visited friends at 10:30 a. m., 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Sunday. Everybody in the The following letter from Mr. Rath-bur- n near Beda Saturday and the leading barber in the Societies of Hartford College, May, Sunday. county is invited to attend with a Every family In Ohio county, Snipes, who attended school 30. Prof, reterman is extensively Green River country. Miss Mattie Brown and brother d should send to Williams& Bell, Hart- here in 1892-3- , will show the appreknown as a ripe scholar, a most exFOR YEARS their uncle, Mr. W. R.' Hints, well filled basket, and bring someMr. A. M. Harnett and sister, Mrs. Has lod all WORM Romedlos. one with you. Now, we hope the cellent gentleman and a speaker of ford, or to the drug store in your ciation of former students of the Col- last week. EVERY BOTTLE Jo. II. Rogers, went to Owensboro great ability. We GUARANTEED.! congratulate the own town aud get a bottle of lege, for the valuable lessons impressMiss Maggie Black and sister were people will understand that all are 80Z.I) It Y ALI. DUVOOISTS. . Monday, to see their sister, Mrs. J. Quinine. young ladies and gentlemen of the will cost ed upon them while in this school. the guests ol Misses to come, regardless of name It RICHiaDSOX MDUiaa 16., IT. Lont. Octava and Ina invited L.Carnett, who is quite sick. College In their wise selectien. Let only 25 cts and Is the best thing on Mr Snipes was known here both in Black last or or order. There will be other men week. Tlie Owensboro Presbytery, which all who are interested In the cause of earth for children or anyone else who school, aud among the citizens, as a If Madam Rumor is right we will of ability in attendance, so everyone NOTICE. met at Beda last Saturday and Sun- education hear this distinguished can't take bitter Quinine. young man of most excellent merits: have a wedding to report next week, will have on opportunity tohearsome I WAjrr naa and woman la tht TTnlUd IULI istcraiUd In tba Opium aad WaUky able preaching. Come. Yours, ASUEVIU.B, N.C.April, 1895. day was largely attended nnd a very teacher and scholar. aablta to bar. oaa of nrr book, on thai. du Katy-dip- . Notice! u.l. Aiiarati u. u. wooua7.Ai1aa1a.tua.4 Prop. W. AiEXANDER.Hartford.Ky. T. B. PbSrymak. entertaining session was held. 33 8t v Col. S. R. Dent, agent for the Unit-e- d All persons having claims against My Dear Sir and Teacher: In Mr K. L. Bullington, our popular The U. S. Gov't Reports States Life Insurance Co., left here the estates of J. L. Burton, deceased, and efficient barber, returned from a last week for western Kentucky, Dur are hereby notified to produce them, appreciation of your worth to me, I show Royal Baking Powder write you this letter, wishing to do lew days visit to friends and relatives Ing the few days he stayed here he properly proven, before me at my of--, superior to all others. you a favor. a bright cousin I have m mi at Birdseye, Ind , last Friday. wrote policies for the following namfice in Hartford, Ky., on or before in this State and I want her educated a.od limine Jlnxlma. ed gentlemen in his company : Rows May 10, 1895, or they will be forever with you. I will bring to bear all my Carfully examine every detail of Mr. R. R Wedding has moved his nil Ilolbrook, Prof O. M. Shultz, A. barred. C M. Baunbtt, influence in having her start to you your business. Be prompt in every family to the J L. Miller property on R. Carson, Sheriff Calvin P. Keown, Special Commissioner. this fall. Will please send her a cat- thing. Take time to consider and Washington Street, which be rented Geo McGee and others whose names April 8, 1895. alogue and write to her by my refrom County Attorney K P. Neal. then decide positively. Dare to go forwe failed to get. It will be rememquest? ward. Bear troubles 'patiently, Be In Tlie Nirlnir. Our Milliner is ready to fix up a bered that Col. Dent's company paid For more than two years my health brave in the struggle of life. Mainnew hat, trim up your old hat, or do the policies on the following deceased Nearly everybody needs a good medimoney-sacine. The impurities which have has been so very poor I have spent tain your integrity as a sacred thing, anything that you may want done in gentlemen : Clarence Hardwlck, S. A. Never tell business lies. Make no Carolibone-fit- s accumulated in the blood during the my time in traveling. North ving the millinery line at Carson & Co. Williams, E. K. Barnard, Thomas J. na Is the only place I have been bene- useless acquaintances. Never appear Gains, V. U. Jones and Luther Bar- cold months must be expelled, or Prof. It R Ray will open a Summer when the mild days come, and the ef- fited. I have traveled from lake to something more than you are. Pay nard, alt of this county. All parties your debts promptly. Shun strong, Normal at Baaver Dam soon after fect of bracing air is lost, the body gulf, ocean to ocean. this term of the Beaver Dam High representing these men received their Is liable to be overcome by debility or This is a wonderful climate for all liquor. Employ your time well. Do money quick and prompt. Mrs. School closes. Prof. is a fine some serious disease. The remarka- pulmonary troubles and they gather not reckon upon chance. Be polite to Jones was paid in 12 days, Mrs.Gains educator and wc predict for hlra a ble success achieved by Hood's Sais here by the hundreds and most of everybody. Never be discouraged, in 5 days and Mrs Williams in 15 large attendance. No wore Then work hard, and you will sucsaparilla, and the many words of them go away benefited. days after proofs of death were re eel unNotes and Queries. praise it has receivcd.make it worthy years ago than you could count fin- ceed. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ringo enterThe promptness and reliability your confidence. We ask you to give gers on both hands, was Ashcvllle a tained a few of the young people of the U. S. Life Insurance Co. gains JE3. this medicine a trial. We are sure it little insolatcd town of a poor class. Wednesday night in a handsome it many friends. (Cbnnfy Attorney) It Is a nice city of 12,000 peo will do you good. Read the testimo-nial- s manner. Music was furnished by published in be half of Hood's ple, with electric street cars nnd Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Messrs. George Philip's & Co., and lights. Here is where Geo. Vauder-bi- lt Sarsaparilla, all from reliable, grateWorld's Pair HlghMt Awnrd. various games were played to the enIURTFORD, KY. is erecting the greatest American ful people. They tell the story. joyment of all present. Among Will practice his profession in the mansion. Six hundred men have Mill. those In attendance were, Misses Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell been kept at work on it nearly six Courts of Ohio nod adjoining conn-tie- s. Carolyne and Margaret Special attention given to colBarbour, KNO-a"Pomroys Vermifuge" the great rem- years and have not yet laid a plauk, nd lections. Oflico in Courthouse. Mary Shpuse, Stella Thomas, Eva edy for children and guaranteed every except for scaffolding. Mr. Vander-bi-lt s Morton, Anna Bean, Kmma Moseley, bottle, remember it always saves the owns over 100,000 acres of land. Tho boat iusuranoo polioy and Messrs. R. D. Walker, Henry children" and cost only 25ctsper The nursery contains many acres and agamst businosa fnlluro la an Carson, Amos Carson, Lee Stevens, bottle. in It every tree, plant and shrub that Qflbotivo Advortisomont. Chas. Rogers, Z. II, ShulU, Wm. 0WEN8B0BO WHEEL CO i. Vt'liy not do o at oneo-p- ay your Is known is to be seen growing. The Foster. 88.2m Owensboro, Ky, snbirrlnlloii. Have you reneHtu your iifcicrlp- boulevard's, drive ways, parks nnd Tho Loading Men lor lVT Highest Honors Awarded Da World' Pair. Col. S. R. Dent is in town. Pair Bros. & Co. the lenders. llAV.jrou paid jrnnriiiilcrlilliiiT Capt. S. K. Cox has returned from Qwetisboro ATTYE Writes an Letter ver Interesting The Only y cneam BAKING POWDffi s," Purifier Blood Sarsaparilla' Hood's HOOD'S ay Wed-ding- 's n, Fair Tests Hood's Cures one-hal- Hol-bro- olt. n, - Get HOOD'S fH jaXjj A til J" i abo4ia-)tee- bys-ter- n Knclot-fteme- Notice. All persons having claims against the town of Hartford, Ky., are requested to present same to the rt undersigned Secretary of the Board of Trustees on or before adjustment. , I for Children Pitcher's Castoria. me June 1st, 1895. for Done by order of Board, April 12,1895. M poor-hous- M yi n first-clas- n, vis-ite- VERMIFUGE! 20 F . trr )on't STAND OUTSIDE. jniaunM, g Bargains The glimpses wo give R-i- v-- ed. 3E. 3STE3j3lIL., To-da- y Attorney at Law, Our Store All At you here from time to time of the and for you by DEALING WITH US, must be as unsatisfactory as a peep view of a circus, less you will also como a n d look Hi i through our STOCK oxamino tho goods, test tho values. Then you'll onjoy. Try it there, Qvorything Wanted! 200,000 foot each Oak and Hickory. Spokes. The Time. togain. MARTIN & SMITH, Furniture lu of Owensboro ., " qrf TTlaaValhiSlilaSaiM V.lM .1 " i4 . diiMaV ff .iai t 1 Tai "VnB i WMWWWW!i l 1fJpKC(rtK'P Hartford Republican Friday, Amu. CLEANSE THE 19, 1895. BLOOD. Purify tho SyBtem of Ca tarrbal Itnpuritlos and Curo 1b Cur- tain. Spring time Is most favorable to the cure of Chtonlc Catarrh. Hundreds of letters ore received, testifying to extraordinary cures. Win. Mandel of Sleepy Hye, Minn, writes: "I have been troubled with chronic catarrh for thirtyfive years and had tried nearly every catarrh cure known, until by accident I was advised by a irtend to give Fcru-natrial. In one week from the time I took the first dose I began to feel like a new man. I kept on using it for some time and I am entirely cured. I have no symptoms ol chronic catarrh whatever. I am 74 years of age and am sure Peruana is the best medicine I ever used and woula not be without it in the house for a anything." The Drug Manufacturing Company of Columbus, Ohio, are offering free, post-paitwo medical books, one on Catarrh and Catarrhal diseases, the other on Spring Medicines and Spring diseases. These books contain the very latest and most reliable information on these important subjects. For free book on cancer address Dr. Hartraan, Columbus, Ohio. Itrpnbllcnn Opportunities. Never since war have Republicans prospects of carrying thl3 state been so bright as now. Since Mr. Bradley made his race for governor the tide has been flowing surely and steadily towards Republcanism, The tide has not reached its height. With Democrats divided on the silver question and all others questions as well; with the record of the lost congress, and all our state legislatures before us; with Republicans united and enthusiastic there is every prospectthat Democrats will sink beneath a flood of bal lots cast by an indignant people; a people anxious to rebuke a party that has so ruthlessly broken its plighted faith and brought upon us financial distress, and business failures, where erstwhile Republican legislation productthehum of machinery the contentment of our yeomanry and gave employment and good wages to the laboring man. Even Kentucky Democrats, bound as they are to their party idols, can not be led as they have been to the grindstone, there to place noses, and have them ground away. A large number of them have had enough. They can no longer trust their party leaders. They are betrayed on every hand. A large number are coming into the Republican camp. It is with the Republicans expect todo with And in order to uecure their assistance Republicans must make no mistakes. In the first place a ticket of men of integrity .must be placed in the field. The contest must be made on state issues. The people are acquainted with the actions of the Democratic party in Washington. They have felt the result of its legislation, and have felt it to their sorrow. They can readily compare the times as they now are, with the state of affairs existing under Republican administration. But they need light thrown on the government at Frankfort. Mr. Bradley will evi dently throw upon our state records a powerful search light. He is well pre pared to do that thing. And under that great white light thesins of omis sion and commission that Democrats have so grievously committed will stand out in bold relief. When that expose is made there will be a rattling in the valley of dry bones. Republicans are eagerly awaiting the fray; await' ing the tap of the drum, and thebu- gle blast. Hardiasburg Leader. - fact that thalr military strength Is far lew than that ol Bngland, but they say they will fight so long as they can, nevertheless, and take the consequences. It remains to be seen what the United States will do about the matter, if anything. The rejection of the friend-l- y officers of our Government by England is equivalent to a notification that the affairs does not concern us and that we had better mind our own business. But it does concern us, in the sense that it implies an cxtentlon of foreign power on this side of the Atlantic nnd the occupation of a strip of territory that has a vital relation to our commercial interests. It seems to be a case which comes within the general meaning ol the Monroe doctrine, and if that doctrine is not to be abondoned, then some action on our part is hardly to be avoided. The suggestion has been made that it would be well fonts to assume a pro tectorate over Venezuela, with the consent of her people, and thereby acquire n definite right to render her the necessary assistance aaintt E"g lish; but the protectorate idea is not a popular one in this country, and its adoption in this instance would not be indorsed. Besides, the force of the Monroe doctrine does not de pend upon an expedient of the sott. It is intended to meet all attempts at foreign encrachracnt upon American soil, and nil threatened assaults upon Independent American nations. If we propose to maintain it, we can not afford to let England have her own way in Venezuela. This does not necessarly mean a war with that country; but it does mean that she should be given to understand that she must proceed carefully nnd with due regard for our policy concerning European interference in cisatlantic affairs. Globe Democrat. I All Ahont Women, Women have worn corsets from the earliest times. Themonttment of the Egyptian princesses, who lived 3,000 years before Christ, was discovered in 1873, nnd around the waist was a contrivance closely resembling the modern corset. In Albania the men wear petticoats nnd the woman wear trousers. The women do nil the work and their husbands attend to the heavy standing around. A competent authority declares Hint over a million and n half of the women of this country earn their own living. The average heigh of i.ooo French women is 3 feet 1 iK inches; of 1,000 Russian women is 5 feet 3Jf inchas There are said to be 536 lady physicians practicing medicine in the cities of the United States. It is stated by an authority on edus cation that of the world's teachers are women. More than 100 callings, professions and occupations are open to the women of the present diy There are fortyseven papers and magazines in this country managed or edited by women. Seventy-twcases are on record of women who had a considerable growth of beard. The Invention of the typewriter has given emplopment to half a million of women. It is estimated that In England one woman In every six earns her own nine-tentho can, without doubt, be cured in its early stages. It Is a battle from the start, but with the right kind of weapons properly used it can be overcome and the insidious foe vanquished. Hope, courage, proper exercise, willpower, and the regular and continuous use of the best nourishing in existence food-medici- CONSUMPTION Picked Up In Church cough cured, oodily energies renewed and the physical powers made to assert themselves and kill the germs that are beginning to find lodgment in the lungs. This renowned preparation, that has no doubt cured hundreds of thousands of incipient cases of Consumption, is simply God-livOil emulsified and made palatable ana easy of assimilation combined with the Hypophosphites, the great bone, brain and nerve tonic. Scott & Bownc, New York. Alt Drunclsta. 50c. and 51. er the wasting can he arrested, the lungs healed, the Scott's Emulsion Moral I o Trm 'vtir2rS5 W5iy . '- - CLAIRETTD SOAP. WX - tW So,d Everywhere. MADB ONI.Y nv raraTOWWAwawray THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. signments. Ilermlon-Cnrtc- r By aliipplng Company, YOU CAN MAKE MONEY Comtnliilon to Merchants, Louisville, Ky,, becauae thev ore the larcoat and most re. liable commission merchants, ami becauso tliey can handle shipments quick and to the beat advantage for the shipper. A trial ahipment solicited. Write to them for quotation before shipping. Specialties : Kggs, Butter, Poultry, Fruits of all kinda. Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, 540,000.00. Liberal advance mado oil con- General correspondence solicited. living. There are said to be over a hundred female pulpit orators in this country, The average weight of 1,000 women in Taris 133. 1 IN YOUR MIND And when you want Fimiilurc. come and look around hnd got acquainted. Ourst-)clis full of good things, not expensive but moderate-priced- , ct stylish and up-to-date. 10 pounds; in Russia, Women are naturally more prone to Insanity than are men. In Great Britain there are 1,047 women to 1,000 men. One New England factory employs 13,003 women. New York has twenty-sevefemale barbers. n Marry This Girl Somebody. Mr. Editor: I stained a blue silkdresswith lemon juice: what wilt restore the color? I am making lots of money selling the Climax Dish Washer. Have not made less than $ioany day I worked, Every family wants a Dish Washer, and pay $5 quickly when they see the dishes washed and dried peifectly in ONE MINUTE. I generally sell at every house. It is easy selling what every family wants to buy. I sell as many washers as ray brother, and he is an old salesman. I will clear 0 this year. By addressing J, H. Nolin, 60 W. Third Ave., Columbus, Ohio, anyone can get particulars about the Dish Washer, and can do as well as I am doing. Talk about hard times: you can soon pay off a Mortgage, when making $10 a day, if you will ONLY WORK; and why won't people try. when they have such good opportunities $3,-00- IF YOU sented by Reore- - Farmers are preparing for corn planting, nnd the soil is In fine condition, but the cut v. onus are very numerous, and there is also a small blue louse to be seen all over some field. Tobacco plants are coming up nicely. Mrs. Dorcas Tichenor is very poorly at this time, has been sick several POINT l'LEABAXT. CARSONs& CO. W HiWDSQJIE DoqNb VOLUME OP R OUR arc a judge of Furniture, we will all the more likely make a customer .of you. T Y'ns once anyway, if only for a 25c. kitchen chair. A liltlc sometimes marks the beginning of an extended friendship and largo sales. WE iill mail orders promptly and the same asifyou'were here. A Western Kentucky exchange prints the following Items, and as the woman Is heading this way It will be well to keep a sharp lookout for her: "Look out for an irrepressible female who is canvassing our neighboring cities selling pants buttons. She snaps one of her buttons on a married man, and he is compelled to buy a box in order to explain to his wife where he got the button. In some Instances she will clip oif two or three buttons,-anhe Is compelled to buy a box or goaroundhoiflfng'up'uis paras. If you should happen to see a female peddler you should fightbhy;she may prove the pants button fiend." The Venezuelan 0.iirtlon. The controversy between England and Venezuela appears to be rapidly approaching a crisis. In answer to the friendly suggestion ol embassador Bayard in favor of arbitration, England says that a proposition of that kind was once submitted, and that Venezuela never made any re ply to it; and furthermore, that the main points of dispute are such as can not be made the subject of being in the nature of claims to territory which she not in any event consent to rellnguish. The domain to which an absolute title is thus asserted extends about 150 miles along h er coast and runs back thirty-fiv- e miles to what is known as the Schoomberg line. Its Importance lies in the fact that it is watered by the Orinoco River, which commands the commerce of the interior of South American. England has a naval station at the mouth of the river, and seems tobe determined tohold the position at all hazards, on account of the business advantage that it represents. The Venezuelans declare that they would rather see their country destroyed than to have it thus pass into the practlcle control ol the foreign nation They recognize the arbi-tatlon, months. SELECTEQ Born to thewife af J. B. Maddox on PHQTGGSJilPllIG MEWS the 8th, a fine girl. $ B. S. SIXTY-FOU112 Miss Gerda Tichenor is teaching PLATES. Size ct FtA t7 134 Inchss. the spring school In this District, the Eiaborato Cover in Oold end Colore, scholars seem to be well pleased with I Uglily Enameled Paper. TO her way of teaching. This is her first WORTH school and she seems to like teachFOR LITTLE MONEY Of the world for a Trifle, ing. J-I .4 SENDING- --? EVERY The members of West Point Church 1 organized a Sabath School the 7th. Mr. Henry Everly is in bad health, "" T' V MAGGIE R. has dropsy. A twenty.page journal, is the leading Rcoublican familv ar.r nf tl,- i Dollar nook. srECw. to n.o tucscsxcKS Ton m r y The baptizing of the contents of the 'o not Xcrt.cjid I!j(i-L.efcr srcral United States. It is. a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives all the rostacpalj,! ry a Uitr- - joirii.acr.tla2df-KIXDKRIIOOIl. oeka cr cosU." ',K?tiila new members of West Point Church jl fcijua. p3x.T nl'l bo ttt general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in one year. Kinderhook is on a boom, we have will be on the third SabbUh in April, rrtsrtleiofT:. a nutshell. Its Agricultural department liss no superior in the country. Its Trse - 'r:iC. caasuis 01 a a banker, an editor, a lawyer, one or there are 38 ftWW racrrca candidates. t:ou ef ntxTV roca pbotomnble Slarkct Reports are recognired authority. Separate departments for The more school teachers and a host of With success to The Re'puducan rrriol.c'..cc3 c. tus Cidciubwa lit- -, Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science and Mechanic. o.lt'ia,t-tl- 3 farmers. Who can beat this? lavaluaMaostrtUu IU Home Its many readers, I am yours, and beiuUaL and Society columns command the admiration ol wives and daughter. Its The Literary Society which has Respectfully. X OlDSOBftTCZH general political news, editortnls and discussions are comprehensive, brillbeen in progress at No Creek for the iant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to nITmr il.l. past 5 months, closed last Friday WaiiCed. bhoilo TAnc u this crun so ninvuuiu AT ONCC. journal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN lor night week with a public entertainEverybody to know that Groves Outfit, FROM AGENTS INVITED. of Aamrls ef book and CORRESPONDENCE ment. sample paper, sent en receipt ci SC to pay cost ot wrapping, (nailing tod ptea jtzmqL. Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Alex Barnett is on the sick list. Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad Sunday School at Alexander is in a LOUIKVH.I.E.HT. LOl'IH A TEX. It. Jl EAST BOUND dialy daily fiourshing condition with 58 pupils Colds & c, or your money will be No 52. No 54 WEST BOUND daily daily. refunded in every Instance. Sold by Lv Henderson . . 7 20 n ra 2 55 p ra enrolled. The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.25. Subsc.lptton may No. S3- - No. 51. Basketts . . . . 7 34 a ra 3 10 p ra William & Bell, Hartford Ky. Miss Ola ward, No Creek, Is begin at any time. Address all orders to Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m mm Spottsville . . . 7 42 a in 3 16 p m m to her room at this writing. Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p ra 7 45 a in Iloll ol Honor. Rends 8 50 a tn 3 23 p m West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 n m John P. Foster, No Creek, spent The following is the Roll of Honor Worthington . . 7 58 n in 3 $0 p m . 7 30 p m 8 2S ra Howard Stnnley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m Sunday week in Kinderhook, the in room 4, for month ending April 6. Willow-dal. . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a m Griffith . . . . 8 09 a in 3 41 p m guest of A . C. Ellis. Only those whose grade reach 95 or . 7 47 p m 8 .15 n m Rock Haven Mattingly . . . 8 17 a tn 3 47 p ra Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Miss Laura Gray, near Horton, is more are given. Branch . . 7 55 p in 8 53 a m Long Owensboro . . . 8 30 a in 4 00 p m Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a in the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Edna Hudson 99, Rhoda Chapman 8 40 a ra 4 08 p m Pates THE 8 13 pm 911am Ekron NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you Thomas. . . 8 55 n tn 4 20 p m Powers . . 99, Efile Render 99, Stella Wcerner 98, . . . . 8 21 p m 9 19 a m Guston Waitnun . . . . 905 a in 4 29 p tn Wc hear that there are measles in Elfie Johnson 98, Gentry Davis 97, 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Irvington Lewisport 9 13 a m'4 36 p tn the neighborhood. Clarence Casebier 97, Marvin Pate 97, IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP StmnrtN'r .v Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u in Cayce 9 19 a tn 4 42 p ra and don't be .tntxwed unon bv buvlttfr n Miss Viola Lake spent Sunday Park Hall 97, Llllie Bell orf, Lula Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p in 9 47 a in Falcon . . . . 9 23 a ra 4 45 p m 8 55 p ra 9 56 a in ttnitdj that tcquitcsjou todo so; as it is Pierce on No Creek. Hudson 97, Ethel Westerfield 97, Petrie 9 29 n ra 4 51 p in notluug more tlion a substitute. In thosml- Sample. . . . 9 00 pm 10 00 a m Hawesville Misses Ora Barnett and Nina Bens 9 37 a in 4 so p m M. Cox 98, Purdy Casebier 96, len stoppage or tobacco you must have some aiepuenspori . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m skillinan . . . . 9 48 a m 5 09 p m nett, No Creek, were visiting relatives Mahan Taylor 96, Lyman Williams (tinmlant and in most all cases, the eflcct . . . 9 14 p ra 10 14 a in Addison shops 10 00 a m 521 p m in Kinderhook, one day last week. 96, Karl pate 96, Sallye Taylor 96, a the stimulant,, be it opium, morphine or cioverpo'rt '. '. Holt 9 17 p m 10 20 a w 1005 a 111524 p tn ouier- - npisies, leaves a Jar worse habit conn Cloverport . . 9 28 p in 10 33 a m A. C. Ellis was called to the bedAnnie Collins 96, Herman Black 95, jj0t 10 20 a m 5 36 p tn Shops . Ask j our druggist traded 9 31 p 111 10 37 a in side of Mr. Craig last Sunday night Willa Hocker 95, Addison . '. '. 10 23 a in 540 p ra ibout BACO-CURSkillinan . . . 9 43 p 111 10 50 n in It is stcphensport . . 1028 am 5 45 pm week, who is lying at the point of Emma Arnold MosiaEV.Teacher. imiely vegetable. Hawesville . ,954pm 11 02 am You do Sample . . 10 37 a m 5 52 p m death. ot have to stop using tobac-- o Petrie . . . . 10 02 p ra n 09 a m pierce 10 41 a in 5 57 p ra The school at Alexander will soon Falcon . . , . 10 07 p in 11 15 a m vi'h BACO-CURIt will Lodiburg . . 10 49 a m 6 oG p m Cry for Children notuy you when to slop and your tchirc lor tobacco will cease. Your sysCayce . . . . 10 12 p in n 19 a in be out, then the children will be free Webster . 10 57 a m 6 14 p in Lewisport . . 10 18 p m 1 1 25 a m Irvington . . 1 1 05 a m 6 22 p tn tem will be as free front nicotine as the day before yon took your first chew for some time, then they must enter Castoria. or smote. An iron-ciawritten guaratee to absolutely cure the' tobacco Waitinan . . 10 25 p m u 33 a ra Guston . . 11 14 a ra 6 40 p in school again. habit in all its forms, or money refunded. Price $1 00 per box or 3 boxes Powers 1035 pm 11 43am ijkron . . 1 122 a ra 6 48 p m The Great herret." days Mrs. Lula Moore, Paradise, Is the 1048 pm 11 56 a in Pates.. . Brandenburg . 1 1 31am 5 58 pm 30will treatment and guaranteed cute,) for $2 50 For sole by all druggist There was a man, I knew him well, be sent by mail upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO CENT Owensboro . . 10 59 p m 12 00 p ra n guest of her mother Mrs. Wm. j,,, Trancb. 1 1 39 n ra 7 07 p m or He owned a little store, Mattingly . . it 09pm 1218pm Rock Haven .' 1 1 47 a ra 7 14 p m STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. at this writing. And he would have to stock It up Eureka Chemical & M'l'g Co., La Cross, Wis. Griffith . . . 11 14 p m 1223 p m WMowdale . . 11 53 a tn 7 21 p ra Three times a year or moje. With best wishes to Tub Rbfujj. Stanley n 18 pin 12 27 pin ,n0Ward 12 02 p in 7 30 p m Ofllce ot THE PIONEER PRESS COPM ANY. C. W. Hornick, Sunt. lican and its many readers, I am And when I'd take the paper up Wotthington . 11 25 p m 12 35 p m West Point . . 12 05pm 7 35 pm St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1894. "btlH. Daisy Dbane. Reads . . . . 11 33 p m 12 42 P m , 12 45pm 8 15 pm I would be sure to see Ky. street Eureka Chemical and M'f g Co., La Cross, Wis. Spottsville . . 11 45 p m 12 j3 P " Ar. U. Louisville 1 00 p m 8 30 p m April 13. His name and business welt displayDear sirs, I have been a tobacco fiend for many ears, anil during uasketts . . . 11 53 p m 12 59 p m ed, jj C. Mordub, G. P. A., the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day. Ar. Henderson As names and trade should be, liionm 1 15 p m Louisville, Ky A very pleasing innovation comMy whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me I must give up the use ol tobacco for the time being, at least. I tried the menced withtheApril number of ToiHe had to build a larger store, Ilon't Nti Tobncro. various other rciuedies.but without lettes, that favorite ladies' fashion For wider crew his fame. An oflbotivo advertisement success,"KeeleyI Cure," YOUnSHLF WII1I.B CUJUt HOW TO until accidentally learned of your Three weeks ago magazine, which lends additional Just like his trade, for unto him I commenced using your preparation, Usino It. The tobacco habit grows is an anchor, which will olt-o- n and I consider myself The buying public came. charm to its appearance. The hand nervous system is on a man until his hold a disablod business completely cured, I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobacsomely lithographed cover portrays, His rival said that trade was "dull," seriously efiected, iniparing health, trom drilting on to appreciates, has co.nplelely left tho rag- - co, which ever inveterate smoker fullywonderful.nnd can fully rdcommend me. rnmfnt-nml Imnnlnpffi. Tn ntlit SUrL I consider your'Baco-Curo- " simply And looked in sore distress. in addition to the figure of a stylish,t severe a shock to the sys- - ' god roof of financial failures. denly is to Yours very truly, C. W. Houmck. ly dressed lady, n fragrant wreath of And wondered if he let them knew The "secret of success." icm, as louaccu, iu a iiivciviuit uvi, mju u'lim. L'lijjwiumijiaiiiuui, npple blossoms, in honor of the month becomes n stimulant timt ills sjstcin He was the kindest hearted man a continually craves. for which the issue is namedand conWe had the town, scientific cure for the tobaco haLit veying pleasing assurances that early His genitl in nil was like a sun, face In all Us forms, carefully compoum summer is once more at hand The It never wore a frown, ed after the formula of an eniinc n inner woman, too is not forgotten, in rPwrpni(rrKnAiwi& Berlin Physician who has used it i hi nt , that every page of Toilettes bears elo- He mettook rivals by the door his private practice since 1872. witb ilom u vyvyuiumM them And the hand; quent witness to the fact that in fash- He showed them thro' a crowdeiUtore; out a failure, purely vegetable au guaranteed peifectly harmless Von ion there is no retrogression They couldn't understand. any can use all the tobacco you want more than in any other science, nnd while taking it will noti "We handle all the goods you do," what Is of general interest tint fash fy you when to stop. Wegivea writThe startled spoksman slid; ten guarantee to permanently curt ion is more and more developing into "But trade lias drifted down to you, any case with three boxes, or relunc With us 'tis nearly dead." science almost as severe as irt Itself, the money with 10 per cent interest which has some time bten citled the "Impart the secret of your trade." EACH PERSON PAYING THEIR SUBSCRIPTION is not a substitute, but highest form of science Costumes The merchant smiled t "l think scientifiic cure, thatcurcx without V The anchor of the business man by Worth nnd Felix, Doucet, Mon aid of will power aud witli no innm FOR THIS PAPER, WILL BE PRESENTED Is labeled 'printers Ink.' " venience. 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