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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE FOURTH COHORESSIOKAL DISTRICT, HAVE YOU PAID 7001 S11IPTI0I. Careful Estimates made on All pentering mid Building. Terms Carrea- l K sonable. Hartford, Ky. stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco and we will sond you Tho Louisville Wookly Commorclal ono yoar froo. SubBcrlbo ntonco. Will show how you THIS TAG VOL. VII. A HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895. t'oiuilrj- JInlil. vlbtcts mate, And feerleM is their gaze) She moves with graceful, careless gntt Aloujr the country ways. Tim roses blushes in hercheek That ne'er deeny or fade, Her laughter gay, her ivords bespeak, A simple country maid, No flushing gems adorn her hair, Nor clasp her lily neck, No jeweled circlets, rich nnd rare, Her sun browned hands bedeck; Hut pearly teeth through lips as red As reddest rubles gleam; .The tresses o'er her shoulders spread A goldeu mantle seetu. Her looks arc kind,aud sweet the smile That sparkled in her eyes; Her mind, her heart, arc free from guile; She is not learned or wise. No worldly art, no cralt has she Acquired, her charms to air; And yetjSbe stole my heart Iroin me, Tuis'simplc country maid. M. Rock, in Chambers' Journal. - NO. 39. Power.---Lat- est He r eyes tile sttn-kig- MARSH HAABABY Highest of all in Leavening U.S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL OAIiD. (VORYf150Ay FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY. TH Its Moral Influence And Good Advice are Amazing. i:ilcllve Iteiionncetl null the Wlfitcil I'in t'oiulcinnnl Iiohs IlKe Jnllier Knll ol 1IU Uool Uiinllllea. A, k wr AKS&OWTEEY leaf and being a very model man and father. Well, you don't need to say it. Maria has given it to me on my bread hnd butter until I'm as thoroughly drilled as a West Point cadet doing chapel duty. I never say anything that I ought not to say, and I never forget to say nnything that ought to be said. When I whack, or smash, or jump my fingers, as will happen vthen there's n crib to be shifted around every time the wind bath tub clnnges, and a to be brought in every morning half full of water, I never lose myself for e. minute. At the first crack on my finger I suddenly remembered Maria's instruction aud yell "Grog!" At the second I put ray fingers in my mouth dance a little and softly ejaculate under my breath, "Grab itl" By and by when a real calamity happens like the one that occurred the night I was called upnt 2 o'clock tobringthe wood stove up out of the parlor into Maria's bedroom, I jump up and down, call ing as loudly as I please, "Gal fetch it pell melt! Gal letch it pell mclll' "You said I looked a little tired, didn't you? Well, it isn't from being up nights, because I'm in training for just that sort of thing. I can drop off to sleep in the day time to make up for nights, and I ran take a nap between the beefstake aud the griddle ' cakes at breakfast, and again when the girl is finding my clothes brush in Yesterday I snoozed the morning. ofl as I walked home from my train, and had to be waked up at my own front door by the hired man. whom I had told to be on duty at the front gate to stop me, and today I'm planning a nap while I sign my checks. It's all a matter of habit, these naps, Maria says, aud she shows me a pair of baby shoes she made while she was asleep. They say that a sou and heir is apt for the first few weeks to come between a man and wife, absorb the mother's whole attention, keep her from her husband's society, and But don't you all that sort things. believe it. That's all nonsense or at least, it is in our family. I'll tell you what I mean. Last night I got home rather late, and alter dinner I sat down in the library to read the newspaper hadn't seen the papers forty-pound a&ssa Powder PURE oyolo Riding. Baking LAWYER, Jna.H. tlleim, OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice bis profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commorco Building. J.K.n. rVetldlns;, PTOCTCR 4 CUMDtl CO. CINTI. I R AKER CITY l?lA .tlM "Pun," lWhutaone,""nHtitixrtor." T.t tlpn. n (WltattapcDDlra If I? I not '1 l "QoiKtnCiTV IUxtno rowrE" I. of all we'Te found the beat i UalmsaplaceaboYO tho rest Absoluti-- I pure ana uAotMonw, (OiafM eetasam-plrof- a . Hon-es- M t Tor isawM will ?-Jrt:iI trial's all .... immm .... .... Simple lUe. BAKING P0WI1 3d tin Of (OmU.) yourOroeerany dart ITo rour pennies will low (OnU.) FsllnretherewrilncTerbei Those who we 0,0- - B. ZZjfif sr. 1. i. k WORD BDILBIHB WEST. 3 PRIZRS. ST j GRAND PRIZE-FINE- CHICKERIIIG PIANO.... $750.00 Sidebar buggy Pneumatic Tire Bicycic Prize A Diamond Ring 4th 5th Prize A Moline Farm Wagon 2d Prize 3d Prize 5 PRIZES-TO- TAL VALUE Tho above prises are offered to those who construct or form the largest num. twr of words out of (ho letters found In trio prlio nord 150.00 85.00 ... 75.00 60.00 ."$U20l) R-Enrt Th first nrise will be won by the Urgent list, the second prtie by tho next largMt Hat and eo on to the fifth. Seoond The Ust of words must be written in Ink plainly, must be alntiaWtlo-all- y arranged, numbered, signed by the contestant arid aent In beforo May S), when the conteet closes. Third Words used must be TSnillah and mutt be found tn the dictionary. spelled alike It two word arcAbbreviations, only one obsolete can be uaed. words and names of persons or places are barred. Lists purposely stuffed not considered. Fourth The same letter must not be used twlee In one word, except the Utter T, which may be used twice in any word, as it appears twice In the prize word. F - TT - T - un d tin Timers nutiUSi Rach contestant A - T- -O hoi-A- I n rrrilst Fifth d subscriber to the Omaha Weekly for one year, and must send his pay for bis subscription with his dollar to list of words. Rlxlh livery contestant whose list contains as many as thirty words, whether ho wins a prlto or not, a Ml receive a portfolio containing handsome photo engraved cop.es or sixteen famous valntlncs elie of each picture 10x1 Inches, with history of the pointing. Seventh In eaae two or moro prlie winning lists contain the same number of words the one that Is first received will be sian preference. Rlfhth Priam will bo awarded and shipped to winners within ten days after the contest closes. World-Heral- N Wall Paper. Large VARiirry, Ienfiir4 Cnmiot lie Cnrnl, By local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion oi the ear. There is only one way to cure Dealncss, and that is byconsituation-a- l remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kustachian Tube When this lube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or itnpc'riect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deaf-- 1 neseis the result, and unless the can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed fotever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition oi the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case oi Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured "by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Stnd for circulars, free. K. J. CHUNEY & CO., Toledo, O. SfiTSold by Druggists, 75c. 364t "Marsh you look tird, but happy," said his morning friend as the two met again upon the early suburban L one day this week." "I'll tell you why In three or four little words: I've got a baby! Now.do you understand?" J "Whewl" ejrculateed hisffriend, M. "When did It come?" "On Tuesday; and thouglKbat is only a short time ago a uaie matter of a few days I feel"asiflhad lived theosophic aeons slntfc' then and made the acquaintance of all the language ol all the nations." "iloy or girl?" "Boy and the Image of me, so every one says. Around his month he looks a little like Maria's motherwhen she's called up suddenly in the night and hasn't time to put in her tetth but in expression and all the rest he's the Image of Augustus Marsh, senior, and I'm proud ol it " "Has he does he that is, have noticed that shows any intelligence?" "Intelligence? yes, indeed. You see he dosn't talk yet, and he hasn't any hear to speak of, and his hands and feet are no earthly use to him as yet, but the things that little fellow manages to say are astonishing. Maria spends all day studying bis speech and his bumps, and when I go home she tells me what little Augustus has been saying during the "Now, my friend, I don't want you to laugh, and I do want to be sure that you are in sympathy with mp before I tell you about the doings of that child, but I can assure you that they arc something wonderful nnd calculated to make the heart of any father proud. "I'll give you an example. Last night when I got home I found Maria very much excited. She said the baby had been talking all day, and she could hardly wait to tell me what he'd said. " 'Why, Maria, what nid you cay? I asked. First cf nil, " 'Oh, Augustus. when he woke up about 9 o'clock.and after he'd had his bath, just like you, he said that he hoped and wished and prayed that his father would not smoke too many cigars, as, though he had never smoked nny himself, he knew tobacco to be both injurious and expensive. And, then, after he had taken his afternoon nap, he gurgled nnd gurgled, and after a while, I made out little by little.that he knew his papa would not go to nny awful lodge evenings just on his account,, or join horrid clubs just because there was a baby in the house. And he added that he never intended to cry except when he accidentally forgot what he was doing, or felt very cratupy, indeed.' "Maria told me this very confidentially, and it made the tears of pride and joy come in my eyes to think that youngsters has noticed and spoken about me so soon, I asked Maria if she thought he might possible not be responsible for what he says before he is a week old, but she looked so Indignant and began to get so feverish that I stopped talking right away, Have you ever had a baby? I No. Then you're an ignoramus. tell you, man, there's nothing like a baby for teaching you things. I don't know gruel from pap, and I wouldn't have given aniseed tea through a watering pot as quick as I would through a bottle with a hose attachment. But I know all these things now. I'm past grand master of them all. They are right at my finger tips, and I can tell you the minute that baby begins to whimper just what he wants. I tell you, man. the gruel cry Is different from the catnip tea howl as a string band is different from a Chinese orchestia. And I can tell the difference and respond to the call without waking up. That baby of course is a very smart little fellow, but of course he has to eat, and when he begins the preliminary symptoms of a meal I never stop to reflect a minute whether it's In my first beauty sleep or my last 5 o'clock snooze. Out of bed I bound and begin to strew things over the gas stove. When my mother-in-lastays asleep it's all right, but when she and the other accessories to wake up there's trouble. When I'm alone I pour the stuff into the dipper, let her get hot, try It with my finger, pour all in the bottle and serve at once. Meanwhile Augustus, Jr.,kceps right one whimpering to let we know that his interest has not subsided. Then I step back to bed, deposit the young man en route and we're all asleep before the cock could crow twice. But when mother-in-laor the woman whom we pay to wear a white frilled cap, wakes up. that poor child is trotted and coaxed hud jounced and tumbled and laughed and cried over until I don't blame him iorstaying awoke all night to see the rest of the fun. "It takes a man to manage a baby. "Now I know you've going to say something about turning over a new A WOMAN'S BURDENS are lightened when aha turns to the right modiclno. The chronlo weaknesses, delicate derangements, and painful disorders that allllct bcr sex, are curtd by Dr. llorce's In tearing down Farorita Prescription. -- FADS OF THE FASHIONABLES day At Factory Prices. Bestoual ,withoutgold6cto8cperR'll 8c to 10c per Roll Gold Paper . Fiuestcmbos6edPaperi5cto3operR'll Latest Styles, ... fad. Of cousre, for years past, fashionable people have indulged to a greater or less extent in horseback riding, in rowing tennis, nnd quite recently the game of golf, which is of course very English, has been taken up. It may he, and probably is, that these fancies have their origan in the fondness of the British aristocracy for such, amusements. However that may be, their adoption in this country has resulted in a change in the habits of beneficial in developing the best type of American beauty. It has not been so many years ago when exercise in the open air was Unknown among fashionable people in this country. Of course, what the leaders of society do is apt to be imitated in all the grades, and continued indoor existence has naturally had a marked effect on the health of the American women. People of middle age with ordinary powers of observation have noticed the change in the type of female beaus ty, and they have not failed to mark the glow of health and the full cheeks and rounded forms which are now so Will practice their profession in ah tbocolirts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Special to The Republican. Also It is not often that the passing Notary Public for Ohio couuty. fads and fancies of women of fashion have nny substantial interest or value. Generally some trivial reason leads to their adoption, and as soon 'n as they have served the whim of the moment they are dropped, and the pursuit of some other fleeting butterfly is taken up. In recent years jTAitTronn, uy. there has been a growing Interest on Will practice his profession in Ohio the part of women prominent in sotwl .l 1 uu l,ft,n?Mn. An..n.M BUU COUTt OIi wuuillice, ciety in various forms of outdoor Appeali special attention riven tt amusement, and just now, among the collections Oifico east tide of purli'i leaders of society at the Nation's cap-- , ital, bicycle riding is the prevailing square. Just Now tho SoolotyLadioa aro Indulging in Di- - LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's Bataar.) GLENN & WEDDING, Tames ..S'raltla., PHIY JT il -- M. L. HEAVRIN. HEAVHIN SlIHtBY Tayiob. & TAYLOR, " Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession In all the Courts ol Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in thn fVinrt. nt An peals. Special attention given to umco, next door to collections. ' . Bank of Hartford. Perry We3terfield, Beaver Dau,Kt. B.D.OUFFY. i4 Attorney at Law. B.D.RINBO gttorneys SZsixtfoxA, fjjgt .Jgjaw, E R. BASSKTT, E.O.W.6111 64a Fouith Ave Loulsvlle.Ky. CSTSend 6 cts in stamps lor samples. t ) Tho Oranlir. Wooltly World-IlornlIs tho groat froo 6ilvor colnnrro family paper of tho rorihvcst HB editor Is Hon. W. J Bryan tho champion of Bllver, vlio has just retired from ss. It la published in two parlB, oro of olght pages on Tuesday, and tho other of four page on FriiJny of each woolr, henco It 1b almost as Rood as a daily for news. Us agricultural pap-o-. odltod by G W. Ilervoy. its litorary dopartmont, its houso-holarticles and Its short storios mnlto it a wolcomo visitor In any household. Subscription prlco $1 00 per yoar. Addross con-jrrod If you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams & Bell Drug Store free sam-pi- e it bottle of Pomroys Liver-Cur- e ever fails to cure. IS? H WffiT WORLD-HERAL- D, ,v Omalia. Nob. - ,otcea8S2oaoBai;ct:' J tn U ?l H ')att:r232rssi;tuii orf - j;ii - ivik cod.: in lmi rlur t j .ciirj-- t(, . DENTIST. i : c i T .rfHfc' : hUO HA.V. .mj. tfVhCA. jir " Is proparod to do all kinds oi Dental work at reasonable prices. Office over J. W. Ford & Co's Feed Store. f w 10 t "w. :D."tTo:E3, Hartford, Kentucky, res s M O m a i nmvAiut M.MM -- . g flfflPMffl SOPAi tti tsrtf!30"aC 111 paWlaglO. Made only o a o el Imitation trade ntarka and labels. is the whole story anil Biii about "" t'w other packice sodai never sH)lls flour universally acknowledged purest in thcvrorld. Cos,$ n0 a lVVffo n i:. a MaaaH0UHOEOBBeieBOBaBOBB0nsK9sE9Rsenu0EonaHMs3 llcciica-FX!l- w aiUROl k CO., New York. Sold by tor Arm aait Hammer Hook of valuablo bj a PI a n o u M Will draw drafts from a nice, seat cozy cottage up to a fine two story houec. Will draw plans tree oi charge. Will make careful estimates frn all kiuds oi buildings, and remod Motto "Live and al old bouses. let live." Tlie Ilnrlforil Vlioln Car. A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam has located his Photo Car iri Hartford and will make Pictures Monday all day every here Mr. In the Hartford Photo Car. Taylor will be found at his home gallery In Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers in work guaranthe State. First-clas- s teed. "When beauty comes he takes it; If there is none he makes it." all day. "In a minute the upstairs girl came down after me. 'Mrs. Marsh wants ter see yer, plaze, sir,' said she, 'in the bedroom.1 "I went up stairs and found Maria In hysterics. 'My dear girl,' I exclaimed, 'what is the matter? What is the matter? What can be the trouble?' " "Oh, Augustus,' she sobbed, 'I knew it would be so after baby came. Oh! oh! oh! Augustus!' " 'But, what? What, my dear?' " 'Oh, Augustus.I shall never have the pleasure of your society any more. You'll go in the library nnd stay forever.' " 'But, mydarliog ' "Well, to make a long story short, I didn't go down stairs again, but sat in the upstairs room and read aloud an article on infant regurgigation in a medical journal. .You see from that that my baby is not going to come between my wife and me. But here No, I can't I am near my corner. meet you at lunch Fact is, I've got a little pamphlet to read-proMaria I'd look it over at lunch about the renunciation of the pin, but never mind; don't despair, old friend better luck next tine we meet after I'm better posted on things. S'longl" And. with one hand holding tight the .little book in his pocket, the domesticated Marsh stepped off at hl3 place of business. Exchange. mised OEantMciy. Will Practice in nil miirln nf Odin and adjoining counties, Superior Colcharacteristic of any gathering of Court and Court of Appeals. women. It is of course a trite say- lections and all legal business attend ing that exercise and an abundance ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. of fresh air is beneficial to the health, but nevertheless, it Is an axiom tirat H. E. WEDDING has been wofully neglected by American women, and to a large extent by the men. It is therefore a happy omen when Hartford, Ky. outdoor exercise becomes fashionable, Will practice his profession In all and for this reason the latest fad, namely, that of. bycicling, has more the courts of Ohio and adjoining impottance than otherwise would be counties. Also Notary Public. the case. Learning to ride the wheel Office, room 20, Hartford House. has become an actual fashion in society, as is always the case, plenty of OT . imitators are found among those who do not claim to be in fashionable society. AT Perhaps at no time were there so many schools for instruction in bicycle riding in existence in this city as Hartford, Ky. at the present time. It is certain practice his profeseion In all that the roll of female pupils was WILL courts of Ohio end nriininina. never so large. As soon as they are counties and Court of Appeals. Spec able to master the wheel the girl ial nueuiiuu yivuu to collections. dressed in natty and becoming cosOffice over Carson & Co. tumes may be seen speeding over the smooth street and avenues and out along the country roads. B. In some cases they form parties with a rendevous at some place in the suburbs where they can enjoy posHARTFORD, KY. sible a dauce and a supper, and then spin homeward in the moonlight. Will practice his profession in tor All these pleasures have heretofore courts of Ohio and adjoining counties been left for the enjoyment of the Careful attention given to all business sterner sex, but now the women are entrusted to him, Office in Repubclaiming their share, and they not lican Building. ,r only secure the immediate enjoyment but they are building up constitutions which have become weakened through the lack Of active exercise, and they ate bringing a healthful bloom to their cheeks which is ' HARTFORD, KY. the power of any art or device to Attorney at Law, H. BARHHSS fflimr LA! Jo. ROGERS Attorney at Ldw," Attorney be-yo- at Law, produce. When When When When everywhere. Babr vu sick, we gave her Castorls, she was a Child, she cried for Castorla, she became Miss, the clung to Coitortl. ahe had Children, aha gave (hem Castorla, There is only one reason why this courts of Ohioaau adjoining counties. form of open air exercise cannot be Careful attention will be given to all generally adopted, and that is the business entrusted to his care. 'Colexpense. A good wheel cost $100, lections a specialty. county Attorney. d Will practice his profession in, all th i'n ( i iDons- STAND OUTSIDE. I fe. JgV-- The glimpses wo give money-sa- Wg? g argains Our Store All H At The ime. .MARTIN &AuenU.S75 wtk Biais4ff urtliM. Tm fcw you hero from time to time of the R I "P A" N S ving and beneGIVES IUiLIKI'. fits for you by DEALING WITH US, GJ3l.JLmTLm OINT A J. A i A. must be as unsatisB MABn? factory as a peep 1 view of a circus, unless you will also Lading PhotDgraphcr. come and look Pictures Is Ererr Strlt and Silt. through our STOCK tSTOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged examine tho goods, A SPECIALTY. test tho values. Then 108 Main Street, OWENSB0B0, KY you'll KNOW and qw37 NBSSCSfNHS. enjoy. Try it; there's everything to gain. iBBLER'SlBlf . ONE h I. B, Cannon has been very sick for a week with but little improvement. We hope he may soon recover, Mr. Clay Crawford's son died Sunday and was buried Monday at Mr, Noble Bean's. Mr. Lee Canon visited his father Sunday. Our popular hotel proprietor, Mr. Webster Cate, returned to Henderson last week after spending a week with family, He Is having a great deal of Improvement done on his farm nnd in We are grove aroung the Springs. looking farward to summer to sit in that beautiful and pleasant grove and spend uihny pleasant hours as of yore. Mr. Cate was up In March and erected two nice houses on his farm for his tenents. He makes things hustle when around. Clenant Veott was up from Hender son last week to buy out S. L Johnson, but did not trade we understand. Mr. He will build a new shop soon. B.L- - Zoou, from Henderson, and Mr. Cate will put in .a stock of coffins soon and carry on an undertaking business, something that has been needed for a long line. Rev. Ferryman filled his regular appointment here last Sunday. Farmers are getting along nicely, some have plauted corn, while others are getting ready as fast as the wet weather will admit. The ladles, too, are trying to get ahead of one another lu gardening, chickens, making soap, having pretty yards, and flowers, " Nt'i.riiuu NiiiNun. although there are some wheels which, are placed on the market at a lower rate, aud then agaln,the second-hanwheels come within the scope of a limited pocketbook. It is evident, however, that in some instances sacrifices are made In various directions in order to secure the coveted wheel. The wives and daughters of wealthy men, of course do not have to stop to consider the cost, and they buy the highest priced wheels with the latest and most approved attachments. Bicycle riding is a form of amusement which perhaps costs less than any of the others that have been named, and owing to the fascination which it possesses, and also the practical uses which can be made of the wheel, it is likely tocontlnue in fash-Io- n Office ' with the ' ' ; 3". Xj, I200-EI2S- , Attorney at Law, KY. GREENVILLE, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Muhlenberg aud adjoining counties. Special attention will be given to collections and all business ' entrusted to his care. DE3. 3P- - (County Attorney) JSIJESJkJLj, KY. Attorney a.f JCaw, HARTFORD, for some time. However, whethWill practico his profession in the er it does or not, it has iu connection Courts of Ohio nod adjoining conn-tie- s. means of taking physical with other Special attention given to colexercise rendered valuable service in lections. Office in Courthouse. up the health of the womeu building of the country. Low excursion rates via. the C, O. & S. W. R. R. Washington, D. C, and return account Southern Baptist Convention. Rate of one fare for the round trip, tickets on sale May 7th and 8th, limited for return to 15 days froiU date of sale, with privilege oi extension to 15 days more. Dallas, Texas and return, account Assembly Presbyterian General Church rate one fare for the round HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. trip. Tickets on sale May 13th to Is prepared to do any aud all kinds 15th, good returning until June 3rd. Prices most These rates are available to the of Dental Operations, Ac as well as to delegates reasonable. Office over Williams general public Belt's Drug Store. and visitors to the above meetings. Further information furnished on ELECTRIC TELEfWNE application to nay agent of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern RailT. B, Lynch, road, General Passenger Agent. tor jbrh UT diiUnosv put up ufiMi ,, Mhatbi(Mhi. Ota OuUt by nadf Mm oat i onltivM rpUla. 1UViltlit" j renew e your nbicrliM llnv WtmaUa. AiacMMr it.. (Iwrtiwi A Co..C:l iSTCStfjubui, K W, F. tjou fur U0T J. R. PIRTLE Mm mmmamtm euuutlonj, a & SMITH, The Leading Furniture Men of Owonsboro. Wanted. Iimi ! ( , Ikw litent wiulil U s.a4. T RMakilM4t fondly iimm BUCKEYE ill! OINTMENT II81HHS0S XZB CO.. periodical paths, ulceration, and erery kindred ailment It's positive remedy. uaauonvuu, iiopxint i 0$k Dn, It, v, Dear Sir I'leaae accept mr thanks for tbo good jour Buffalo, N. Y.i medicines hare done for tar. I truly believe the County. ro. KV-- DENTIST ICURES A SURB NOTHING BUT PILES. jfffiSffijVrjyn I !, Everybody to know that Groves Tastless Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to Cure Chills and fever, Lagrlppe Bad Colds & c, or your money will be Sold by refunded in every instance, William & Bel), Ilartfonl Ky. and CERTAIN CURB IB years as tho I BEST REMEDY for PILES.! known for ftOT.I) raw Bra doldtn mU.. W. .Cl.m i VIT .X ui lawful P !. MW4 MMtMbtaiiM aiitUlM, a vU tk svli, U rtnuiitf ' llf Al.t. lIHUUalHTS. tl. L03I3, dotleaby "Favorite Proscription cared mr llfe 1 It Is a sura aud certain euro. I am having perfect health I m tfnitt anil ran fin all V mr housework.. w VWIt-livery invalid laar AJ Miss Pdoatz. Vsvnritel'reacriDUonand .... Medical Discovery . nOZZIB tTJOATB. Yours, I. UAUIIHOI tfjNlpraktlUll,silsltM.C(tp. st?".ii.Lu einuui (Uraul.rflM . Is, CVIssikai, U, CO., jour )ejrHr yuur aucrlllouT Have you nit e iideil lo .. CURE PIERCE. HltTURXBD, OR MONEY B.' yu .gdttdlM Tl rt mmi iriftJBsjilfh l - r tin ssjffrnM 4 The t'linrncterorthcflfttoan. The saloon is the representative and concentrated essence of moral derUBUSHBD KTERY FUIDAY MORNING tho composing Tim gentlemen pravity, made most effective by its inw.v sidious enticements appealing to the .. Proprietor. Oil Company Kentucky a. ja.Nnr.nxn.v jo. n. noiir.m r..lllr. are men of energy, push an d brains, strongest passion In our noture, the craving for some stimulant. This and their enterprise is quito comFriday, April j6, 1895. unnaturnl craving, fostered through Tho company should mendable Subscription, $1.25 por year. meet with every encouragement in its the teiuptttlons offered by the saloon, becomes the most diabolical agency STATE SENATOR. efforts to develop tho resources ot Well on for the, destruction of every noble and Wn are authorized to announce tho county. virtuous sentiment in ourclvilizttiou, Dr. A. D. Jambs, TickOf Muhlenberg county, as a candidate and the most nttocious crimes and Tin: death of Judge William N. et. for State Senator in the Sth Senatorial outrages that umke society nu appalDistrict, subject to the action of the Sweeney, which occurred on Sunday ling cesspool of human depravity canevening at his home in Owensboro, Republican party. Casttfrla Is Dr. Snmucl Pitcher's prescription for Influits not fall to follow. The great question removes tho ablest lawyer and ono of BEPBESENTATIVE. Lieutennow before the world is, What can be and Children. contains neither Opium, Morplilno nor We are authorized to annouuee tho best citizens in Western Kendone to save our country from this is n hnrmlcss substitute other Nnrcotlo nubstnnco. Usa. V. I. Rown, Marion county. tucky. Judge Sweenoy was born in Of Centertown, as n candidate to repfor I'nrcgorlc, Drops, Soothing' Syrups, nnd Cnstor Oil. Poor old Demacracy, the old frnu I! desolation curse, the salom? Siine is U.S. SenCasey county in 1832 and in ,1853 resent Ohio county in the Lower is Pleasant. Its guarnntco Is thirty years' uso by Poor old Grover, in innocuous desue- saving influence must be put in House of the next General Assembly, removed to Owensboro where ho has Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys AVonnt and allays) Republictude What next?tncotue tax knock- operation that will stay this onward subject to the action of the Ho very early over since resided. an party. ed into smitheteens, and preacher tide of woe, which like a destructive foverlshness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd, achieved and ever after maintained a Lkbanon, Kv.,April ajnd, 1895. Lansing says Groverdrinks too much avalanche, is now threatening every cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves reputation as a lawyer and orator of The genial editor of the Grayson red liquor. The Democrats, in two interest that we hold dear. From With unanimous unanimity the the highest character and ability. teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Ragle, the capable cashier of Leitch-fiel- ds years time with full power passed "The Crime of Liquor Selling," in counties continue to unanimously Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach bank, the aimable George W. one general law,a revenue law, ield-in- g Demorcst's Magazine for May. for Bradley. The Republican Stato Central Long, will be the next Treasurer of nnd bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Casan annual deficit of f 75 000.000 Committee has held a call meeting Kentucky. We don't consider his Half rate excursion to the Louistorla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. SntiNO has put a more pleasing in its best shape and enough of it de- ville races via the C , O. & S W. R. and tho time for tho Stato Convennomination questionable. Now, that look on everything except our Court clared unconstitutional to cut the R. nu Derby Day Monday, May, 6th, Castorla. Castoria. tion has been changed from Wednesbeing the case, will it be asking too revenues about $50000x00 11101 c. Clark Day Monday, May, 13th, and yard sho's afraid to tackle that. " Cattorta It to well adapted tochltJren that "CtitorU It n excellent raedldnt far childay, May 29, to Wednesday, June much for the Fourth district to ask Truly a grand showing ot why the Saturday, May i8lh. Free admission dren. Xtothtn hire repeatedly told me of Iu 1 recommend II at tuperlor to any preacrlpUon A olakce at the daily papers in 5th. This change will meet the ap- that the convention nominate Gener Democrats should be permitted to run good effect upon their children." known to me." to the field on Derby Day and Clark II. A. Aacilia, M. D., at Hobson for Lieutenant Govenor? Da. O. C OMOOD, probation of the Republicans alt over tho lost few weeks would almost conthis country. But we are told they Day. For further information apply Ill 6a Oilord St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Lowell, Mm. Is on a rapid tho Stato nnd especially does it please As I understand it, the General is have made things cheap, yes, they vince ono that murder to any agent of the Chesapeake, Oho "Cutorlt t the betl rented jr for children of "Our phytldtnt In the cblldren'a departOhio county Republicans, mauy of not a candidate in the sense of seek- have and peT3ons too. Many men increase. which I em acquainted. I hope the day ! not ment hare ipoken highly of their nnd Southwestern R. R. e ing the nomination, but if nominated whom expect to attend tho Convenfar dUtant when mother! will contldcr the In their outtlde practice with Oatlwla, that they could are so cheap T.B.Lynch, Gtn'l Pass. Agt. he will accept. That is the history of real Interest of their children, and lite Cailotla and although we only have among our By a voto of 47 to 33 tho Tennessee tion. The dato first named would not buy a dollar article it sold for a Instead of the varloua quack antrum which medical auppllet what It known at regular Kentucky l'rc A.aorlMloli. Ilotiso of Representatives declared fall on Wednesday of tho last week of his life. Work, when it is given him nickle. Glorious theories when put are dcttrojrlng their fared one, by forcing product, yet we are free to confess that the The Secretary of the Kentucky opium, morphine, toothing tjrrup and other merit of Cattorla hi won ut to look with when it convened Circuit Court, but with the change to do. A soldier by nature and by into practice. And on the top ol it for Free Silver hurtful agent dowu tbclr threat., thereby favor upon It" Press Association and the Chairman education. He obeys orders. If the Monday. all comes preacher Lansing and says Court will have adjourned. ending tntm to premature graTe," United IIosmtal and DiantnaAxv, of the executive party desires his great name,a housecommittee have Da. J. P. ICtKCIIKLOB, Doat'on, Ma. Grover gets drunk. I see in the daiChicago is to have a new Demoagreed upon the following time and Conway, Ark. hold word throughout Kentucky, Alum C Suitu, SWj. County Attorney R. L. Foster, of papers ly press the Republican to bo called Green county, was cratic morning paper, Th Centaur Company, 77 Murray Streot, Naw York City. murdered at and in Ohio and Indiana, on the throughout the country are berating place for the meeting oftlu Kentucky Press Association, there being no The Enquirer, with a capital stock of Oreensburg Saturday by Clarence State ticket, and his services, they brother Lansing because of his accu- objection preferred. $1,000,000. Vaughan. Both were prominent must only say the word and the old sations. They are right, Lansing Place, Hopkinsville. soldier will rightabout face and move Republican politicians in the county should not expect too much. ReforFive negroes, three men and two Time, September 23, 34 nnd 45, on the enemy. mation is not brought about in a day. and Foster was well known to a large women, wero lynched near Green1895. As the people of Kentucky have The days when ones habits may be number of people in Hartford. Ho followed to the very ragged ville, Alabama, Saturday, for tbo The association to convene in busiedge ol changed, and their associations cast was an upright and able young man. ness session Monday afternoon, destruction those who made war on aside as were the scales murder of a young farmer. from Saul's Vaughan belongs to a wealthy and the flag of our country, the represenat a o.clock. Public recepThe Democratic party with all its influential family. Politics seems to tatives of that element alone controll- eyes when on his way to Damascus tion at Hotel Latham at 8 p. in. faults is a success in knocking out a have been at the bottom of the trou- ing the Kentucky Democracy for are not now, Grover, when we come Tuesday morning, September 24, surplus. No surplus, however great, ble. The immediate cause of the more than a quarter of a century.now to think about it, has not been long at 9 o.clock, business session and visit But a can withstand its onslaughts. affair seems to have been that tho that the reaction has come how glad- from its haunts at Buffalo. to either the asylum or public schools. very lew years ago he was a familiar At a o.clock p. m. another business Vaughans raised a difficulty with Mr. ly will they turn to the old soldier sign holding down empty beer kegs, Farmers are making good uee of W. N. Foster, brother of the mur- whose battles have been fought in with a,pipe in his mouth, around re- session and drives over the city. this delightful weather and are well Tuesday night banquet at Hotel Lath-adered man, which finally ended in defense of that flag and not one sorts in Buffalo, such as are now kept The mdica- - Clarence up with their woik. Vaugban's stabbing R. L. against it. What a tower of strength by Andy Wepler, in Louisville. If tions are that a very large crop will Wednesday mornlngabout7 o'clock, he would be to the ticket. The par- the Democracy seeks at such places Foster to death with a dagger. bo planted. ty will serve its best interests and for its Presidential timber, it is not assiclation to leave in special train Clnlll nnd Cnrrem-jr- . the peoples by placing the General the timber's fdult if it proves to be for Atlanta exposition, with n stop One of the most mischievous of curOur shipments of cotton cloth to for dinner at Lookout Mountain, on the State ticket for Lieutenant such as can only be found or produc- reaching Brazil in January 1894 amounted to rent fallacies is the contention that a Atlanta at night or follow, Govenor, without considering the ed from such sources. The truth is 1.4l8,000,yards while in January 1895 large increase of currency, either in locality or district from whence he Grover docs very well in that ing morning, owing to the length of they amounted to only 452,507 yards. the form of free si ver or some other comes. General Hobsoj does not line, much better than was to have stop over at Chattanoogi The kind of inflation, is necessary to Another fruit of Free Trade. of the association is in receipt need the nomination, neither it nor been expected of him. the proper transaction of the business of an official invitation from the Atthe office can bring anything to him TennesThe mines at Coal Creek, Many witnesses. Republican and of the country. We are constantly lanta exposition to visit them about "3 see, where the 450 miners have been being told by a certain order of agita- The emoluments are too small to be Democrats, have been called from October 1, and the r.iilroids have kindout on a strike so long, have been tors that a scarcity of money is the considered and it can bring no honor that Delmonico dinner to testify to ly extended courtesies. This arrangeso great as already clusters around Grover's sobriety on that occasion. ment will give the editors a placed in the hands of a receiver. principal cause of hard times, and three his name. The party will honor it- Now, there is not the least doubt in day's stay in the South, ample Strikes always (ear down and never that great general prosperity would time at once succeed a doubling of the self in bestowing the nomination on my mind but that crowd was all one to take in all the sights. Todd Counbuild up. him, and add strength to the ticket way, to the greater portion of it, all amount of circulation. Many honest Although foreign imports are in- and more or les3 intelligent people impossible to obtain by any other drunk or all sober according to how ty Progress. creasing, thus displacing so much accept this sophistry without stop- nomination. From the fact that he a fellow I'l. VTrKlUlUJIIAItltAVUS, V.Y, himself to be.Therc April 20. We shall try to tell you American labor it is estimated ping to think that an increase of cur- followed "old glory" on the sangui- may have been some "jealous rivalnary fields of Mexico we are remind- ries of selfish distrust" among that the shortage in the National rency does not imply that it is to be them "where we are at " Plattsburg is on It is separated distributed as a popular gift, without ed that the General is not a young on that question, nnd when our Like Champlan. Treasury by June 30 will reach anything being given in return for it. man. Yet time has laid its hand Chauney testifies to Grover's sobriety from the Barracks by theSaranac rivon that occasion we fear that he look- er. Looking north you may see so me No matter how abundant the supply upon him sogently that notwithstandImports of woolen goods into the of money might be made, it would ing the service he has rendered his ed through eyes that had gazed on fifty miles away low ridges of Ail In a neatly true arc they United States are increasing 'while still be obtainable only in exchange country, through two great wars, on the wine when it gave its coloring to Our for products or services. There foreign and domestic fields, which the cup. However, suppose Grover extend to the west where far beyond our exports are decreasing. make men prematurely old, the Gen- was drunk, what then? If any man Mt. Renier's snowy cap is seen Democratic friends, said Free Trade would have to be something to sell, eral's years sit lightly on him and he has the right to get drunk certainly Next is a broad valley, filled with would enable us to extend our mar or the money would never reach the is y in physical and mental for- the President of the United States pines and other soft wood. This is kets. They are extendingin the wrong people; and the man who now has ces the superior of many men fifteen has. The poorest and humblest citireduced to pulp in the many paper citsomething to sell can get the money wav. for it at any moment. There is no years his juniors. In behalf of the zen of this great country of ours en- mills ol the Saranac. South of us on party for its good and its strength joys the poor privilege of getting a picturesque wooded point is Cham-pla- n The base ball season has opened lack of currencyforall legitimate pur- we hope the June convention will con- drunlc if he desires. Hjtel, a nice summer resort. poses. As a matter of fact, there is a Does being a nd the Louisville dailies pretend to big surplus of it, for which there is sult the interest of the Republican President rob a man of that privilege? East of and south of Cumberland think they are tiyingto convince cause and the of the State If so, how many men in this country Head are Grand Providence and Crab themselves and the public that the no use, and the banks are offering to and nominate the patriot and soldier, North of the Barracks and would refuse to be President? To con- Islands, loan it at a remarkably low rate of Louisville club has a shade of a shadGeneral Hobson, Lieutenant Goven- clude, if, ever there was a President adjacent to it are the sites of Fort interest. ow of a hope of closing the season out excusable for getting drunk, Grover Brown, Fort Scott and Fort Morean. All intelligent citizens ought to or. of last place. The great reaction, in Kentucky, is his name. Just opposite on the lake Commodore know that in reality the business of C. J. McOonough threshed the British the country Is carried on with a com- which set in just as soon as the presDwiino the first six months of the ent generation gat a taste of full and fleet, A magnificent iron bridge Itlieriniailani Cured. Gorman TariO we received from for- paratively small amount of actual complete Democratic power in the Rheumatism is caused by lastic spans the Saranac at the point so noeign manufacturers 165,000 square money. All large commercial opera tions are mainly conducted by means Federal Government, manifesting it- acid in the blood attacking the fibrous bly defended in 1814. of carpets than in the cor yards more "Well," you wearily yawn, "what of checks and drafts, the proportion self in a material way last fall, is tissues of the joints. Keep your responding months of one year be of currency employed being only from gaining gieater force as the days and blood pure and healthy and you will else is there?" The aist Infantry U. fore. This represents just so much months go by, assuring us, beyond not have rheumatism. Hood's Sar- - S. Army, including nearly five hun5 to 10 per cent; and a recent investidisplaced American labor. We have a gation shows that the same is true in doubt, that Bradley and the State saparllla gives the blood vitality and dred well drilled men. a striking degree of the smaller forms ticket will be triumphantly elected. richness and tones the whole body, well organized Athletic club. The The liberal policy which the Emof trade which represent the daily This glorious result being achieved neutralizes the acidity of the blood ice has just left the lake. We are peror of Japan has declared shall be buying and selling having some fine weather now. Gov. of the necessaries the Republicans can hardly fall to and thus cures rheumatism. carried out in reference to tho recent of life. The Comptroller of the Cur- capture the Legislature, also, notwithMorton is New York's favorite for er Hood's Pills are the best Japan-ChinOniKlliliilnlor Uirl'muily Honor, War, is but anotherev-idenc- e rency caused inquiry to be made of standing the hold over Democratic Ilriiibllrnu Contention, President. I suppose Bradley is Kenpills, assist digestion, cure headBeing a poor woman with no means . The Republicans of Ohio county of Chinese diplomacy. The the national banks as to the character Senators. Believing this not only tucky's favorite for Governor. Suc are called to meet in mass convention, ol support, I have concluded to becess to your paper and its many read Emperur declares that no insult to of the deposits made on the nearest possible, but bigiily probable, the ache. e at the Court House in Hartford Ky. come a candidate tor ers, is the wish of Jay Srh. question naturally suggests itself who ward the defeated Nation will be tol- settling day by retail grocers, butchers, HlIALLIIOLNi:. Saturday May 18th 1895 at oneo'clock kee er. My husband John Hudson, shall be our first U. S. Senator from erated. April 10. Farmers have begun clothiers, fuel dealers and furniture p. 111. to select delegates to attend the was Wiled by the train nt Roslne a dealers, and replieswere receivedfrom the Republican ranks? In other com- planting corn but we greatly fear Till? FINB SADD tR AND HARNESS Republican State Convention, to be few years ago, and siuce then I have By a typographical error The munications to your paper I have set they will have to plant It over on ac2465 different points all overthe coun held, to nominate candidates for Gov- had a hard time to make a living for published tbo Owensboro try. From these reports, a careful out fully many reasons why Hon. count of the cut worms which are enor, Lieut. Gov., Attorney General, my family of sixsmall children. Any meetingof the Stato RepublicanCIubs estimate has been prepared which de- John W. Lewis should have that lion-odamaging gardens considerably. Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasure influence being brought to bear on Having ascertained, from actual for May 15, when tbo correct dato is monstrates that payments by check The health of this community is any one that would assist me would er, Superintendent of Public InstrucMay IbL Tho meeting convenes range from 54 per cent ofthe total set- correspondence, that every county in good, as I do not know of a single be thankfully received tion, Register of Land office, the Fourth district is enthusiasticaN case of sickness at this writing, next Wednesday, May 1st, and prom- tlements in retail trade in the North Mns. Emma Hudson, ot Agriculture, at Louiss ises to be a most interesting session. Central States to 65 per cent in the ly for him, especially since it is Mr. P. D. Taylor visited his ville Ky., May 29th, 1895 known that his term in the Senate, if Owensboro citizens, irrespective of South Central. Thus it will be seen near Liberty Church last SaturHtm Ohnrrli. Also to select delegates to the First party, will make every effort to make that even in this relation, where the elected, will not commence until his day returning Suuday. The first M. E. Church of Beaver Railroad Commissioner District, conterm in the House expires, I have most actual money is handled, the intho visit to tho city one to be long Mr. Alfred Ashby and daughter, vention to be held at Louisville Ky., Dam will be dedicated on the first been at pains to acquaint myself with remembtred on tho account of the struments of credit play a larger part of near Centertown, made this place May 29th 1895 to nominate a candi- Sunday in May by Rev. J. W.Turner, the sentiment of Repub'.i :aus throughgenerosity and hospitality of the peo- than the currency; and the use o' a visit Friday, they were the guest date for Railroad Commissioner for of Louisville. There will be services uipryAaa3Va5r U'!yQ5iaitff these credit instruments is constant- out the State on that subject. lean of Mrs. Cora Taylor. nt 10:30 a m., 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 ple. said District. 1 give your readers, and the BOB DENMARK ly growing on account of their mani- therefore By order "of the County Executive P- - "' on Sunday, Everybody iu the Mrs. Ida Ross is visiting her Republicans of the West Rnd, the Saddle and harness horse, and will be TiiELouisvillo Poet in view of the fest conveniences. That is to say, daughter, Mrs. Reld, Equality. E. D. Gui'i'Y, Ch'm'n. county is invited to ntteud with a nt my stable on Mondays, Tuesdays, 3 Committee. the tendency is toward a smaller rath- cheering news that from all sectlous well filled basket, and bring somefact that Gocbel goes free for the Mr, Tiny Hocker and wife, and miles east of Hartford, at the HartW. A. Gidson, Sec'y. of the state the sentiment in favor of one with you. Now, we hope the murder of Banker Sandford, makes the er than a greater employment of mon promoting Lewis to the Senate is Mrs. Cora Taylor attened services at ford Water Mills on Wednesdays nnd April 3d 1895. ey in business nflalrs; nnd this is one Thursdays and Horton Fridays and people will understand that all are following pointed observations: Union Church last Suuday, growing and especially in the heavy Saturdays. IMIral rilrat Ilchlllf l'tlea. invited to come, regardless of nmue Mr. A. P. Thomas is conducting a "We hang a negro occasionally; of the best answers to the talk about Republican counties in Eastern Ken He will be permitted to serve mares the necessity for an increase of the Symptoms Moisture; singing school at Equality. wo sometimes imprison a man for life at 51 00 to insure a mare with foal ing and stinging ;most at intense Itch- or or order. There will be other men tucky. From there we have warm night;worse of ability in attendance, bo everyone who has killed a woman, but never currency. Quite a number from this vicinity and $4,00 single leap. Money due . pledges of support. m when the fact Is ascertained, service by scratching. If allowed to continue will have on opportunity to hearsome hang' a gentleman. Since tho days llrpubllraii League Club, tumors form, which often bleed and We believe Mr. Lewis will not have are attending the Holiness Associarendered or mare transferred. Due able preaching. Come. Yours, A Republican club of about 100 serious opposition before of Wilkersoii, the Mississippi 'gentletion nt Central City. the legislacare taken, but not responsible for ulcerate, becoming very sore, Swank's OlNTUUNT stops the Itching and bleedI. B. PflRRYMAN. man,' who killed a Kentucky tailor, members was organized here last ture. So strong Is the sentiment for 33 8t Owen Robertson has returned Irom accidents ing, heals ulceration, and in most to Goebel, who denounced a banker Tuesday with the following officers: New Orleans where he went on a DUSCRIPTION-B- ob Denmark is cases removes the tumors. At drugand killed him, wo havo never pun rresideut, E. D. Guffy; Vice Presi-den- t, hint in the 8th district that counties flatboat. a beautiful blood bay, 7 years old, gists, or by mail, for Dr. up there, in county conventions, are 50 cents. lsbed a gentleman iu Kentucky, i6 hands high, with fine mane and D. II. Hocker; Secretary. C, M. Miss Nellie Tichenor is visiting tail, good style and splendidly gatted. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia, declaring for him. This universal Tho result is an armed community, Treasurer, John W. Black. Bob Denmark PEDIGREU with an occasional outbreak ot mob Barnett, support offered him is only the rec- her sister Mrs. Nichols, Muhlenberg was For Southern Baptist Convention stred by Darling Denmark, he by law, The government of Russia is Executive Committee, John P. Mor- ognition of merit which always wins county, JOOT IN QUANTITY. BE8TII1 QUALITY. ton, 15. P. Neal and John King. On by Garrod Chief and at Washington D. C. May 9H1 to 16, SM HI IB JOB. tammV ItB K3I .dex aa $ said )o he absolutism, tempted by Though we regret that smallpox is Happy Cross, he Chief, in the end he by Membrino Garrod Chief In Kentucky wo havo motion the rlub was named the Ohio There is no man. in Kentucky who thought to be in this county, we sired nine colts that trotted In the tickets will be on sale May 7th and the reign of the murderer checked County Republican Ctub. The folIn this vicinity thirties or better and that sold at an 8th at $ 19.10 for the round trip. Lim. can carry to tue oince more of true presume that some only by a fear of mob law.'' lowing were elected delegates to the dignity, exalted worth, high order of have no fear of this dread disease, nverage of $4,000. The dam of Bob ited to 3 days In each direction with And the l'oil might have added State league which meets at OwensDenmark was sired ability, accomplished and scholarly being guarded attentively by some Chief, he by Lewis' by old Carteau extreme limit of 15 days from date of WHITE'S CREAM Carbeau and he sale. The Louisville Delegation will that even a Kentucky mob seldom, boro May isti E. D. Guffy, C. M. attainments than Mr, Lewis No man eminent young physicians, by imported Carbeau. Dam of DarlBarnett, Jno. P. Morton, D. F. Tracy, if ever, lynches a "gentleman." ; Mrs. Alice Grady and Birdie Duke, ing Denmark, Fannie Oflut, she by leave Louisville at a 130 p, m, on May in Kentucky lias done more disinterE, P. Neal, J. A. Smith, D. M. Hock-e- r, d Humbolt, out of Clara Fliher. Hum-bolt8th via. C. O. & S. W. ested work for the party than he. No Goodman, call to see Miss Lillie FOR 20 YEARS J, B. Rogers, I. O. Adair and Sim sire was Green Mountain Black-haH. MnmcK,Agt. Hns lod nil WORM nimnHln man in modern politics has accomto day, A- Anderson. dam of Humbolt, a Messenger EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED.! LUKtS WHUl Ml USl 111?. plished what he has done In the I Beit Mr. Dellle Maddox who is attend- mare. I iWn Bjrrup. Tawa (lout Cm I Clara Fisher was sired by w ....- -. '1 aitr m in tliua. Hold br drug tfl.u. Fourth District. He is the Hercules ing Hattford College is at home on a Davy Crocket, a brother to Drennon. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Mrs. Mary E. Hohimer. WesterFrarat ha RIClUBDMVKibailiKcA., IT. LOUS, Award. World's Pair lllhest Mom; Amok. J. T. THOMPSON, Habtj'ord, K f.e d, has been granted npenslon. 'of Republicanism in Kentucky and visit Hartford Republican a nine-foo- t llUTixn couuty'a latest sensation panther. Anti-Clin- is POLITICS. Pen. Readable Letter From a Versatile Wants the 4th District Represented the State Bradley for Governor, Hobson for ant Governor.Lew. for ator. has performed the whole twelve labors imposed upon him in the redemption of the Fourth district. Not surprising that the people wish to call him to higher honors. Marion county will hold its county convention on the first Monday in May, County Court day, and will Instruct for Bradley, Hobson, Long and Walton, although the Fourth district can't hope for so much recognition on the State ticket. Marion county don't want any recognition on the ticket itself but is in the fight for the best men nnd its friends, which is all one and the same thing, for the best men are always friend-- ol i What is It It It ct espcrl-enc- to-d- ay w Baggies, Carriages, p.ring Wagons, II J (aris Lighter, Better and Cheaper than Ever. Sec-reta- 1 csn.-eive- d Call and see our Rubber Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness and Saddlery Goods. 110 &1L2 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, $40,-000,0- 00. JOHN G. DELKER, 'ESLy. OTrenstoOrO. well-far- e Prices the Lowest, It is our pleasure to Goods the Newest, announce to the Fits the Best, Workmanship Supe- izens of Hartford and rior to any in the State the readers of The Republican that our Spring Stock comprises all tho novelties of the season, as well as the staples, and for satisfaction you should call and see us. EVANS BROS., Importing Tailors, poor-hous- 106 Main Street, Owensboro, Kentucky. after-dinn- a STAI.-UO- r. er par-ent- Globe-Democra- t. Children Cry for u Pitcher's Castorla. Bar-uar- 's vermifuge: - (KBmZUfcjfl!?! - , t4 lj6Wi ?' -- .. 3w -- lr;(lWlP' V. J J'l" L'PiHWILJ With aees, Xiiist ELLENDALE FAIR Begins Aug. 6th and ends Aug, 10th 5 Days. , t ;, f Ai 1 4M year people were astonished, this year they will bo amazed. The grounds have jbeon improved, carriage drives made, hundreds of lorcst trees planted and evergreens, and beds of blooming flowers make the place beautiful as a lover's dream. In New Rnlm. Baled hay for sale by Field & The following new suits have been stead of tents there will this year be a urooic. file! since last Circuit Court: W. S. Gains .sues E. R. Murrell.&c. Davis and Ames Buggies for sale Three story Hotel, by Field & Holbrook. Warren Lindlcy sues Georgia C Two story Floral Hall, ' Subscribe for Tin; RrtPiinucAN and Lindley for divorce. Mary J. Hardin sues M. S. Thompkeep up with the procession. Largo Poultry Building, son to recovery royalty. We are selling clothing cheaper W. J. Garrett sues A Garrett for di The Grand Stand trebled in size, than ever. Carson it Co. vorce. Adolphus James sues Sam James Office and Committee rooms, Miss Ida B. Patterson died at her for divorce and alimony. home near Prcntis last Saturday. Waiting and Dressing rooms J. D. Crowe sues Mary Crowe for You can find anything a"ou want in sale of land. All substantial, commodious and ornate. the grocery line at Stevens & Rial's. J. L. Massle sues J. B. Kirk &c.,on Garden Hoes and Rakes nnd going a note for $35,00. Especial attention has been given to for less than cost at Stevens & Rial. G. A. Holland sues I. A. Hoops on Industries and Poultry exhibits. An Mrs. Mary P. Barbour went to a note for $105,00. ' Barnard sues examination of the programme will show Louisville Wednesday for a few days, onLounote for$55,oo. J. L. R. Maddox a visit. Drug Co. that all classes of ladies work are embraced Thos, Griffin, colored, of this place M.Neat Rtcherson foreclosure ofsue F. Crowder for mortgage. in it. The premiums are numerous and has been granted an increase of sion. D. L. Ellis sues Ida M. Ellis for liberal, and a Two spools of thread 500 yards vorce each lor 5 cents nt J. B. Foster's J. A. Bellmay &c. sues Thos. G. $110 PACKARD ORGAN Cash Store. Farmer for $50,00. HolLa-oies If you want to reach the people portion, but Iglehart had failed to atwith your advertisement, place it in tend to his. Saturday one oflglc-hart'- s Thk RnrunwcAN, and everybody will colls jumped thebrokeuporlion JDR; see it. of the fence nnd was in McClurg's Marriage license: Walford Whit-te- n wheatfleld and the men had some high words. Yesterday morning McClurg to Miss Wattle Newton, Ray to Miss Nady D. Hosklns, II. started to Iglehart's and found that another horse of Iglehart's was in the M. Howcrton to MlssLillle Christian, Harvy T. Allen to Miss Lulu Rains, wheatfield. McClurg began throwTlios. Ferguson tu Dora Adams, Fred ing stones at the horse and just then Taylor to Miss Klfle Chapman, John Iglehart came up. A neighbor, by tfflf Crowe to Miss Maggie Kissinger, R. the name of Fulkcrson, itishcd in just as the men were nbnut to clinch C. Hunter to Miss Kdna Riley. and separate! them Ashedllso KvorjIioilyTnurJIollcl'. McClurg drew a revolver. Iglehart Instead of saying the said town in saw the action and shouted, "For the notice of an election I should MOST PERFECT MADE. God.s sake don't shoot tne, McClurg, have said the "said district," in re A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. I don't want to quarrel with youl" Fi it gard to the graded common school at But, from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. beforej the sentence had been Fordsville. C. P. Known, S. O C. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. completed, McClurg fired twice." Awarded ttltftost Honors World' Pair. Tiir NL'iun.cuimii co.nuiir.fin. Tuno."The Old Oaken Bucket." How denr to our hearts h our Democrat Congress, As hopeless Inaction presents it to view. The bill ol poor Wilson, the deep tangled Tnrifl, And every mad pledge that their lunacy knew. The widespread depression, the mills that closed by it, The rock of freesilver where great Grover fell. They've busted our country. muse to deny it, And darn the old party, it's busted as well. WCfj imm nmm Kis-sing- er Ur. X. Boonevllle, Ky. E. Itevnolda This G. Cleveland Congress, This Queen Lily Congress, e This wild Congress, Free-Trad- That Tired Feeling "I cannot say too much in praise ol Hood's Banaparllla. I was subject to pains In my back, dizziness, liver complaint and that tired feeling. I was completely worn out and could scarcely walk half a mile and It seemed as though life was burden at the age of IS. I did not care about living, when friend Inducod Mo to Try Hood's Barstpsrllia. It has benefited me greatly and I have not been without it since. I find It to be a wondertul blood partner and I can say to all who suffer from complaints brought about by impure blood, If they want to be cured take flood's Barsaparllla. You can consider me a life long friend to Dlnlnoss, Pain In tho Back, Liver Complaint All Ourod by Hood'a. ' pen- I .. t? Wilt bo given for tho best display in ibo Floral Hull. As Ellcndale is not If you want first-cla- ss baled hay, n County Fair, but THE FAIIl of tbc GHEEN RIVER COUNTRY, A call on FielJ & Holbrook. They have handsome premium will bo given for tho best display from each county the very best. rdprcsontcd. Mrs. O. M. Shultz;visited the famiA now RAGE TRACK bos been in ado mile regulation, CO feet wide ly of Prof. E. K. Shultz at Central City this week. and graded one inch to tho foot. On it will bo scon The entertainment to mirrovr nigh Ladies' Bicyclo Races, Running Races, Mulo Races, Men's Bicyclo Races, Trotting Races, Hound Races, at Mrs. Vaught's is for the benefit of the C. P. Church. Childrens' Bicyclo Races, Pacing Races, Potato Races. Everyone in need of Gloves, new In all departments there will bo novelties that all can enjoy, Tho acHat or new Dress, will do well if they commodations nro of the best and tho attendants will bo courteous and will call on Carson & Co. obliging. The Large Hotel oo tho ground will give comfort of homo and Place your advertisement in Tiro tho luxuries of the best restaurants. Dinners, lunches and all seasonable RBPunucAN end it will be read by Malice! Rev. G. E. Sissel, Elder of the refreshments will bo served at lowest prices. 10,000 people every week. Louisville District, will hold the first In tho TIIEATIIRE IIALLwill bo given tbo following entertainments: Call and examine our prices on quarterly meeting at Hall's Creek M. China and Glassware. Tucday night, A Play, E. Church, May 7. All will do wcl 1 Stbvkns & Rial. Wcdnceday night, A Play, to attend and hear him deliver a wonIf you ride in an Ames or Davis derful sermon. Each member will be Thursday night, Grand Ball, Buggy you will bo comfortable all the honor bound to pay his or her quarter Friday night, A Play, time. For sale by Field & Holbrook. and receive a love least ticket. ' Saturday night, A Play. RiiV. W. A. Hinton, Pastor. Fresh evaporated Apricota.Peaches, Tho Louisville fc Henderson and tho Green River Packets give cheap French Prunes and Raisins, at StevHerndon-CarterCo- . Boats will ratee, also tho L., St. L. & T. R. R. give rates from all points. ens & Rial's. meet each train at Bpottsvillc. Col. J. S. R. Wedding, who has l'or further information or programs apply to tho Secretary, been very sick at his home on Union Street lor the past ten days, is some-wh- at Cnllrjto Antra. Misses Ada and Bee Brown spent Saturday nnd Sunday at their home near Centertown. Mr. Jo B. Rogeis and Mrs. J. C. Hoskinson were pleasant callers Monday. Miss Rachel Sanderfur, town, and Mr. Talbott .Owensboro, visited our school Tuesday morning. Mis. Simmons and her girls spent Sunday with Miss May Ross. Mr. Amos Carson, Misses Annie Gregory and Mary Hocker were visitors ot X Wednesday morning, Mr. Chas. Ellis, who has just closed a very succcsful school at Alexander was with us Thursday. Misses Berta and Lyda Morton, Corinne Cox, and Edna Griffin, leave for Greenville, where they will spend a few days the guest of ' Mrs. Ed Taylor. diProf. Foster took his surveyine class out surveying Wednesday alter-nooThey surveyed from Dr. Pendleton's on through Hayti to Mr. Frank Westerfield's, returning home The U. S. Gov't by Judge Walker's. Theyjstopped to show Royal Baking Powder rest at the Walnut Grove and enjoyed superior to all others. a nice lunch, which the girls had prepared for the occasion. Last Tuesday evening at 2 o'clock Mr. J. T. Iglehart was called home Mr. Fred Taylot and Miss Elfie Sunday by the death of his brother, Chapman, of Beaver Dam, were mar- who was shot Sunday morning by a ried at the home of the bride, Rev. E. neighbor. Dophine. E. Pate pronouncing the words that united them. Both are popular young That scrofulous taint has been in people and have many friends who your blood for years, will be expelled join in wishing for them a long- - and by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the happy life. great blood purifier. n. We all love so well. Their moss-covere- longer treasure, pledges we no even a cob. How ardent we've cussed 'era with lips overflowing, With sulphurous blessing as great swear words fell. The emblem of hunker, FreeVTrade, Are sounding in sorrow the knell. For olten at noon when out hunt" ing n job We find that instead of the corn they had promised, They've given us nothing not taxed sugar, work-ingma- Hood's5, This This Congress, Congress mis starvation Congress, We all love so well. bank-breakin- g Hood's Barsaparllla, which I recommend t every opportunity." Mas. LuoT E. Reynolds, Boonevllle, Kentucky. Hood's Pills cure all Urer nil, IUhmiinnti, Cures l 1 How sweet from their eloquent lips to receive it: 'Cursed Tariff" Protection no lon- Cotuupauon, Sick lleadache, IndigeiUoa. Wo, J ger uphold." The Lexington f$A We listened and voted our dinner pails empty, The factories silent, the furnaces cold. And now, lar removed from our lost swell; We yearn for Republican administration And sigh for the Congress that served us so well. Business College. unbUKruHAitu.j Reports situations, The tears of regret doth intrusively Tnjlor-Cliapma- PM II Iff he t Ofllclnl t'ndoroeracttt. the dor ernoa of the Commonwrslth, tho I resident or ibe Htale College, and tb ftrrretnrr md Trr&aurer of tbe tUcurlty Trust and eftfetj Vault Co ftdtnlnrltR IHplotuns. KtX'unnKNrfKU HY tUftrmjofeufceMfol ttudpnti, whose salaries aggregate huudrcdaol tJiounda of dollars per annum leadlnr lU;rKlONCl..H. fecorca et the and business men who are Its friends Hjaivm of ncfunl, timet lent and patrons. business Instruction used In every department, mnltf larrtt nths equal 4 by nnr other plan, LATKMT ANI HIUIIfr'MT AWARUV. "Alt the first Premiums, Uold nnd llronre Medals and IMplomas, etc," at the International Mid awarded the system of Winter hx position, In Ilook'Keeplnir used this Collate Head oflluslness lie pari men U IA yours practical experience ri and i xpert sreouotant, the bead reporter) from the authors of this system. TKLKUKAIMIY. Miperlnteiident ofonr Italltvar and Telearraph Nyateui has a record of It years' practical experience, from NlfUt Operator to Chief Train Dlxpatcher, with the largest Tmnft I tnes In America llndoraed by I utin liUpa tetters superintendents, Operators and 5 IcndiMi- - r ill way nnd telegraph companies. (he) World owning The (Inly a beliool In lluilway Hstem for and tbe operating iu nput.5 purpose of fitting its graduates to go direct to po11lnni n prart font operator waMNDivint'Ai, lNHTni'CTXOX in all departments. No Class Worh. FIlKll with any course, I'enmaniblp.llnsineM Correspondence, Commercial Law, Commercial Arithmetic and BpeMIn. l&n,M oviTIO!VN.Uur Uunrante lent free. Write for It. sv you money. Write 1IOMKNTUDY. "Ill 873,000.00 Uuarante that for Instructions, our College Is as represented, or money rer.ur.uAi-- t funded. i:w itun-iJNowned, erected and furnished by us, to meet the requirements ot our practical system of Instruction, 1'nrnsee Ileal. Electric EJffht Water, perfect Tentllatlon. Tbo largest and most per feet I r equipped Iluslnee College XI a I Id tax nth Mouth es. I.EWAUli,-somecollegwhose responsibility rests upon their nord only, will tell you that they will give yon the ,faame," or a 4moro thorough course," In " less time," or for" less money," eta, than It takes to complete a Iteware of such claims, coiirso with us (her are falae. Illnstrated Catalogue free. Principal, Andreas, CC CALHOUN, Lexington, Ky. NOTICE. In the United and Vf falik on these dls- bate asblta tdt Addreis 11. U. VToolley, Atlanta, Oft, 6uei. and ona will bo tent 70a fro IAN HXlMtlTION to" American Lt' 51 It Hborthand," of tuuxht In this Ollein. and l tbe Illshrs. In I lie world ol cmr Unortband Department (an to Hys-teKnrioi-seraen- This Fifty-thirCongress, This Democrat Congress, This sugar cured Congress, d We wish it in well. Exchange. INDIAN. by Whit THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, t Connected with the State A fr V College,) A SUSCEPTIBLE Mr. U Wanted! 200,000 feet each Oak and Hickory lumber. 38.2m OWENSBOEO WHEEL CO., Owensboko, Ky. Friday, Arnu. f a6, 189s, Visit Fairllros. & Co. formlUiuery. Mr. E. L. Bullington, our popular Bring your wool to Carson & Co, and efficient barber, returned from ' Wool! wool! Fair Bro3. & Co. want tew days visit to friends and relatives at Birdseye, Ind , last Friday. 10,000 pounds. Messrs. D. J. Duncan & Co., Rock-por- t, have been nwarded the contract tor furnishing the timber for the new Locks and Dams on Rough River and the work will begin in a short while. Last Friday week an infant child of Mr. E. E Tinsley, of near town, was playing nearthe cook stove when another child knocked the stove over, burning the little fellow quite .sever iy. Master Gregory Wedding while vis- Sorsto.o, HLy. better. Mr. M. L. Heavtln was in Owens- Young men, look at Fair Bros. & boro this week. Co's new straw hats Mr. V. L. Felix was in this week. We want your wool. Hardlns-berg Mr. David P. Snedden. Echols, has been grunted a pension. . I it flit' t Newest laces are oriental Fair Bros. & Co, have them. Cahsox & Co. New line wash silk for waist at Sec our new straw hats. Fair Bros. & Co'a. Carson &. Co. County Clerk D. M. Hocker was in Mr, J. J. Tiltord, Fonlsvillc, was in town tuesday aud. Wednesduy. lit aver Dam Wednesday. The handsomest line of slipper in Mr. R. D. Walker visited relatives Hartford is at Fair Bros. & Co's. in Owensboro this week. Mr. Joe Milligan, Render, gave us Miss Nora Sorrels, Cromwell, is a pleasant call yesterday. visiting in the Kinderhook neighborWe will sell you a suit of clothes at hood. Cahson & Co. jour own price. Come to Orson & Co. for clothing, We have a beautiful Jlne of dress shoes, hats, dry goods, groceries or anything you may need. Causom & Co. goods. The Masons will give a grand picWhen yau want a good, easy shave nic at Beaver Dim on June 24. The s or n hair trim, call on railroads will give reduced rates and the leading barber in the a large crowd will no doubt be in Green River country. attendance. Reports from different parts of the Mr. W. Whitten and Miss Maltie county say cut worms are in abundx Newton, of Dcanefield, were united in nnce mid doing much damage to the the holy bonds of wedlock last Suncrops. day at 9 o'clock, Rev. W. II. MorrisDec Walker was tried before Police on pronouncing the ceremony. Judge Carson yesterday, charged with See Fair Bros. & Co'a line of wash shooting, and held in the sum of $100 goods, Jaconut, Duchesse, Cordelle, for his appearance at Court, and in Marquise, Ducks, Drop, D. Qznias, default of bill he was taken to jail. Irish lawns, Crepons, Dimities, Wool Dr. A. D. James, representing the Challles, silks, ginghams, etc. Louisville Commercial and candidate Mr. W. A. Gibson, who has been tor the State Senate from this District, was in town this week in the interest very low with heart trouble, is slightof the Commercial and looking alter ly improved under the excellent nursing he has been receiving at the his own interests hands of tbc K. ol P. Lodge, of which l'or meeting of the National Board he is an honored member. fust-clasn, iting at Roslne, week before last was playing with some other boys and fell, breaklug his arm Dr. S.J. Wedding soon had the little fellow bandaged up so he was able to come home the next day. Mr. and Mis. J. E. Fogle went to Owensboro Monday to attend the fu ncral of Hon W. N. Sweeney. Mr. Sweeney was an own uncle of Mr. Fogle and they had been law partners for several years. j Judge Jno. P, Morton, Esq. W, I, Rowe. Messrs. E. D. Guffy, C. M. Barnett, I. C. Adair went to Prank-fo- rt Wednesday to confer with the Board of Equalization in regard to the proposed inise for Ohio County. The directors of the Ohio Couuty Fair Co. nre now at work revising their premium list preparatory for the Fair this fall, and better premiums will be offered, better attractions ot all kinds will be on hand The Fair this year will no doubt excel any of previous years, Mr. J. W, Curry, of Beda, has been at work for some time making a coffee out of some chemicals, which he claims is as good us any coffee you pay as cents par pound for, and which he says can be sold for 15 cents per pound, leaving a good profit to the dealers. He will apply for a patent. of Missions Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Evansvllle, May 7th to 9th inclusive. Tickets will be on sate at $350 via Nortonvllle and $4.33 via Princeton for the round trip on May Oth and 7th. Limited till May nth to return. II. Mkrrick, Agent. The Alexander School, in charge of Mr. C. II. I!llls, closed last Wednesday with appropriate exercises by the pupils. Mr. Kills taught the fall school at Alexander and gave such general satisfaction that he was employed for the' spring term. He is one of the best teachers in the county and his patrons are loud in their praises of him as a teacher. Hartford was well represented at 'Deestrick Skule" nt Beaver Dam last Saturday night by the fol. lowing young people: Misses Ella nnd Corinne Cox.Hmma Moseley, Der-- ta and Lyda Morton, Mary Hocker, Edna Griffin and Messrs Lee B, Stevens, Theodore Moseley, Jas. San- derfur, Jesse; Bean, Frank Heavrin, Clarence Field, Theophelus McMur-- , ray, Jas. Hudson, Win. BalUell, Elvis Carson, James Leach, Adis Pate. the For account of Meeting General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church at Dallas Texas May i6th-26tOne of the best Fairs in tke State 1895, tickets will be ou sale May 13, 14 and 15 at $32.60 for the last year was EllendalcPalr at Curds-villMr. Win. P. Ropier, Proprieround trip, limited to continuous pastor, assisted by Mr. Robert T. Smith, sage, each direction with extreme Secretery, will strive this year to limitfto return till June 3rd, 11)95. make it exceed any Fair In the Green II. MERIUCK.Agt. River country. They have already On last Tuesday an Oil Company begun to advertise, which is a guarantee that they will have a large attend- was organized with a capital stock of $10,000 for the purposo of working ance. See their "ad" in this Issue. some land which had been leased by the flame parties last fall along Rough h, e. For General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Meridian Miss. May 16th to 28th, tickets will be on sale May 13th 14th and 15 at $14.30 for the round trip, good till June 3d to return, II. MmuOcic, Age.it. Wantedl 10,000 pounds ol wool at once. Will pay tho highest mar- ' lrftf PUCO fni. T T ' imO. 1?rarnrT J t 13. A'tlBl-bl- t River. Dr. J. E.Pendletqn was elect-e- d President, Hon. J. J. McIIenry Secretary and Treasurer, and Capt. S. K. Cox, E. P. Thomas and Jas P. Thu name of the Carson, Directors. new Company will be the Kentucky OU Company and will bel gin operation as soon as the piorcr machinery can be secured. Antl-Clina- R. E. Settle 100, Hardin Craig 100, J. C. Pirtle 99, A. P. Taylor 97, U. C. Barnett 97, Sallie Quisenberry 96, J. 'New I'lMitciiser Train. The Owensboro Messenger has the C. Hoskinson 96, Laura Render 95, following to say regarding a new T. S. Woodard 95, M. P. Kimbley 95, train to be put on the Falls of Rough Joseph Westerficld 95, T. J. Neafus Road: "The officials of the Falls of 94,R.A.Bycrs 94, Berta Morton 94,Bes Rough nre figuring on a passenger sie Maddox 9,Claudle Bridges 92, Sitrain to be run over that road, to con- las Griffin 92,Mattie Bennett J2, Jennie nect with the main line of the C, O. Quisenberry 91, A. S. Bennett 91, and S. W. at Horse Branch. It Is Mattie Wood 91, Owen Williams 91, the purpose to run a through coach Edgar Smith 9i,Aunie Henry 9i,Wal-tc- r Martin 90. Lulu Johnson 90, T, J, between Owensboro and Louisville, The train will probably be put on Morton 90, J. W. Garst 90, E. G. about May 1. The schedule has not Rhoads 90, E. M. Morton 90, Mrs. yet been arranged, but the train will Maggie Simmons 90, Ida Render 90, likely leave the Fourth-stre- et station Theo. Moseley 90, R. C. Jarnagan 90, here about 12 o'clock, arriving- in Etla Herring 90, Lida Morton 89, MaLouisville at 5:30 p. m. The time bel Hubbard 89, T. S. Helsley88, f the return train has not yet been J. P. Sauderfur 88, A. C. Taylor 88, determined. Tills will bo in addition W. E. Morton 88, J. H. Wood 88, Fan-nl- e Render 88, Mary Smith 86, Oscar to the regular accomodation now runs Bishop 86, Maimee Ross 85, Annie ning." Fogle 86, M. D." Maddox 85, M. II. Wanted. To employ an energetic Keele 85, Ida Stewart 85, Ozna Shultz Lady or Gentleman to represent us 85, A. M. Smith 85, F. L. Sanderfur in each County. Salary $50.00 per 85, T. S. Slack 85, Jessie Smith 84, Address II. F. Lowe 85, J, F. Park 84, Lula month and a commission. with stamp, Mauzy 83, J. E. Davidson 83, Maggie Rogers Supply Co., Davidson 82, Edna Carson 82, Mallie Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 36 im Stevens 82, A. D. Park 82, G. H. Riggs 8 1, Edna Griffin 81 Ada Brown Superintendent j Mr.Appointed Sanders, 81, Irene Robards 80, J. II. Magan Herbert of this city, 80. Liille Barnes 79 V. F. Miller 77, who has been working for the Prudential Lite Insurance company for the Lola Stevens 76, Gillie Pearce 76, past year, has been appointed super- Harvy Pruden 76. G. T, Jones 76, I. Wedding 75, R. L. intendent of a branch of the company T. Iglehart 76, C. Pirtle 75, Ida Ashby 75, Etta Thomas at Mt. Vernon, 111., and will take C. E. Ruby 74, charge of the office there in a few 75, R. P. Likens 74, T. McMurray 73, Lena Carson 73, days. He is a deserving and capable Jennie Barnes 73, L. M. Sauderfur 72, young man. II. Pendleton 70, E. P. Bennett 70, m Amanda Story 99,Mary Wedding 67, Why tho Fanner UTIrctl. The American farmer is getting B. Heavrin 66, Herbert Robards 65, tired of Democratic sneers at the Marvin Brandon 65, Claude Badger 65, home market. He has been studying Fannie Jackson 65, Florence White the subject lit the light of practical 64, Frank Heavrin 61, Sam Wilson experience. for his 60, S. II. Heavrin 6o, Bee Brown 60 The demand products is undiminished, but he feels Earle Badger 60, Wayne Griffin 58, the eflect of the scarcity of cash Carrie Cox 58, Maggie Nail 55, R. E. ec through slack work nnd small wages, Cox 46, II. Smeathers 46, LiUIe occasioned by the operation of the 40, Jesse Bean 35, Lula Miller 20, new Tariff law. The farmer probabThose making a grade of not le;s ly feels most sensibly and keenly any than 95 are placed in first distinc impairment of domestic industries. ' tion, while those who make a grade The fields are dependent upon the of not more than 95 nor less than 90 factories. They work together and are placed in the second distinction. usually benefit each other. The lor- elgn market buys now from six to Children Cry for eight per cent, ot our farm products, Pitcher's Castorla. while the slurred and despised home Foppcd loto a "Spare Tl.U" la Which 811market consumes from 92 to 94 per Vt' Ntor.il. cent. The more this homo market An eminent bishop who was quaris protetced in its varied sources of tered In tho house ot tho wealthiest vitality, the better it is for the r. rcUdont in a certain village, whllo his host's wlfo was away, occupied tho He has no chance in Europe "spare bod." Ho U a thin man, and except in times of war or famine. when his host Inquired In the morning The Hawk Eye, Burlington, la., how be had slept and hoped ho had passed an agreeable night, he anApril 3, 1895. swered, with souio vehemence: "No, I did not; f passed a very disagrccnbla Killed hi rnnther. night, 101106(1." Last Sunday at Panther, Daviess TIiq county Win. McClurg nnd Lumlgle. wlfo ofbUdiop departed, and when thu his boat returned she naturally gart had a difficulty about stock get- inquired who had been In tho house In ting into one another fields, which her absence. "Bishop P ," said tho husband. resulted in McClurg shooting IgleI Where did you put )Blshop I' hart. The Inquirer gives the follow him to sloop?" lug account of the affair; "The quar 'In the spare bed, of courto." "In the spare bodl" shrieked the horrel between the men arose over a line I put tho, rified matron. fence. McClurg had repaired bis sliver under the "Why, beforaallweat I mattress Mc-G1 -r far-me- are headquarters on wool. See their"ad" in this issue. llnrlloral College Ileport. Report of the grade ot the students ol the Collegiate Department of Hartford College and Business Institute, for the 3rd term, ending March 22, 1895: Woman! Tlctare. Mr. Crcmony, in his "Llfo Among the Apaches," gives an entertaining account of a lady's man with whom he onco enjoyed nn Interview. "A taU, strong, nnd handsome young dandy," he calls him; strutting about with an air of very superior con' frequence, displaying his colossal prosadportions, his splendid leopard-skidle, quiver, legglns and tho like". came swaggerAfter awhile Salt-Ja- h ing toward mo, and said, In broken Spanish; "Our chief says you great medicine; he says your pistol Arcs six times without reloading; he says you bring tho trees which are afar off close to the oye, so you can count the leaves; hesayByour guns reach a great way and never miss; he says a great many other wonderful things, which I cannot believo. You havo bewitched him." Drawing a from my belt, I pointed out a tree about sorenty-flv- e yards distant, and began firing rapidly. Bach shot struck the tree, and blazed oft largo fragments of the bark. Salt-Ja- h was astonished, and mado no attempt to conceal tho fact; but his admiration broko Into emphatic expression when ho witnessed the precision and reach of our Sharp's rifles, and the rapidity with which they could bo loaded and fired. Ills pride had evidently received a heavy fall, and his lofty bearing was toned down many degrees. In my possession was the mlnlatura of a young lady, whose graces of person, cultivated mind and amlablo disposition rendered her ono of the most iovablo of Boston's fairest daughters. Salt-Ja- h happened to seo this picture, and asked permission to take a good look at tho pleasant features. Tho miniature was placed in hlsdiand, and hisoyes seemed todovour its expressive lineaments. Throughout Uie remainder of tho day he bored mo with frequent requests for another look, and tho next morning, as soon as the camp was astir, ho offered me his bow, arfor the rows and splendid leopard-ski- n picture. Tbo offer being refused, he added his horse, and whatever other property he might have; then, finding mo deaf to his entreaties, he took one long, last look, vaulted on his horse, sot oft at full speed, and rapidly disappeared In the distance. well-mad- e n Vu Iieepl? Impreued uuturjtT AWAHift op lioui.ir.s co I waxt Trr man and woman ItiUi interested Inofthe Qpinm hooka one to n OENOH AND Qualities BAR. aad lawyers. A Judge must bo fearless; for If timid this weakness is at once taken lawyers, advantage of by who will do all they can to "bluff" him Into some unjust concession or unwilling ruling, knowing his fear of having any unpleasant sceno In the court room, writes Eugeno Macs in Home and Country. If the occupant ot the bench has not tho courage to promptly and effectually squelch these blusterers, the dignity of tho court suffers and the judge in allowing lawyers to domineer over Under such cirhim Is humiliated. cumstances reproof must be always administered when deserved, yet itmust mildly, although bo administered thoroughly, lest by showing his anger, or giving vent to it, the court again loses its dignity. A Judge should always bo prompt to oheck the ardor of legal windbags, who bring up formidable Btacks otsheep-covero- d volumes, and clto authority after authority In dreary succession regarding points concerning which the oourt has already passed an opinion. Above all things a Judge must not bo Imaginative, and should never allow hlm&olf to be carried away by his feelings, nis calmer judgment and reason must bo his tola guides. Let It not bo imagined, either, that a Judge, to per form his duties rightly, must be either devoid of feeling or inspired by Inhuman pltllessness. On tho contrary, a Judge should bo greathearted, whllo impartial; merciful, while Just. "Merov, indeed, Is the laurel wreath ot the honor for the Just Judge. In every truth it U twlco blessed Jt blesscth him who gives, and him who Often, when confronting a takes." prisoner, whose first oifenso awalta eentenco, the words cf the court, as well as tho sentence Itself, may either harden the poor unfortunate, or else be the turning point for good In his life, sharp-witted Necnarr to Stake Hood Judge Notice. All persons having claims against the town of Hartford, Ky., are requested to present same to the undersigned Secretary ol the Board;, oft Trustees on or bqfore June 1st, 1895, for 1 1 adjustment. Done by order of Board, April 12,1895. C. L. FIELD, Chairman pro tem. By CB. LIKENS, Secretary. Every family in Ohio county, should send to Williaius& Bell, Hart-foror to the drug store in your own town nud get a bottle of "Flbri-line- " Tasttess Quinine. It will cost only 25 cts and is' the best thing on earth for children or any one else who can't take bitter Quinine. d, 'Hour lo Cure nil Nklu Dlsrnses." Simply apply "Swaync's Ointment." No internal medicine requirCures tetter, eczema, itch, all ed. eruptions on the iace, nose, &c, leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed ,by no other remedy. Ask your dtugglst lor Swaynb's Ointjiknt. 34 lyr. Williams &. Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Pomroys Vermifuge" tbe great remedy forchildrenand guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only ascts per bottle. Mr, Bullington will give you the beat shave and will trim your hair in the latest style If you will give him a call. Tbo boat lnsuranoo polio against businosa falluro la an The World's Fair Tests ofibotivo Advortisoment. showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leav jr jour Wh. not Uo so nt ouce ubacrlptlou. enlng power aa tho Royal. away." . wMiaaBUisMaeaaMfe twi'i - fj ... . wtwMMMWMMMWi Hartford Republican ' r ttfiMtfiTrTtisftiftTiiiTrTiTffi custom to give each member of the Kentucky Legislature the Friday, Ariut. 26, 1895. choice of two dally papers during the Perhaps you may Scott's Emulsion la session, nt the expense of the State. only useful to fatten babies, to round up TIRED WOMEN. nun A nun dub. angles and One old fellow from a mountain counmake comely and attractive, lean and angular women, Tfinan mai&.atthotub. try, a new member, when he chose and fill hollow cheeks and stop wasting of Houso Wifo, Tho Parmor took ns his choice The Louisville the consumptive, and enrich and vitalize tho blood of Courier-Journal- , which was the Gosand tho Toilers of All the scrofulous and ancemic persons. will do all this pel to him. lie was thoroughly verVocations. will do more. will cure a dant and unversed in the pariimenta-rusages, and the first morning afDepression of the nervous system ter he had chosen his paper and it nt the approach ol spring is a feitile lay on the desk before him he heard when source of blood impurities. That ordinary cough syrups and specifics entirely some member move to dispense with fail. tired feeling, which is the natural cough lingers after the Grip and Pneu-ALL U3IHQ CLAlRETTE SOAR reading of the journal, which was the result ol the depressing effect of warm monia will be softened cured by the balsamic heala part of the daily routine of the ing e weather immediately alter the invigstrengthening influences of this beneficent body. He said nothing but laid aside orating cold of winter, quickly disnamely, Scott's Emulsion of Cod-livhis paper. The next day it was the Is tikcn. appears when Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda. ; same, and so on tor two weeks, and Thousands ore daily testifying to its Sold everywhere. Made only by substitutes. They good. never then fotbenrnnce ceased to be a virGeneral lassitude, priceless benefit. tue, and the member rose to his feet. Scott & Bownc, New York. All Drueelsts. 50c. and SI. THE N. K. FAIRQANK COMPANY, dull, heavy sensations, continual "Mr. Speaker," he said In thunder tired feelings, with irregular appeST. LOUIS. tones, for he was hot, "I raise to a tite, and sometimes loss of sleep. pint of order. Per two weeks er slch a meets every Indention and a matter I have sat In my seat in this proves itself to be perfectly adapted place peaceful and listcnin' to what to all their varied peculiarities. PeIs goln' on nround me -- and laruin' ru na invigorates the systcn, rejuvethe ways. Every mornln'.Mr.Spcak-er- , nates the feelings, restores the nornbout the time I git to rcadin' uv mal appetite and procures regular up S HIP TO US. The lirireet Coninl.loi Honu In the Boutli. Tho moat liberal ndTma- my copy of The Coorah-Journa- l sleep. ces, and best facilities for renins' high prices. We sell to the Ikttern factor! m and mm jumps some Republican and moves tho middle man' proliu Issue vrarrhonse receipts and store fn of charm, slack le ' tired-ou- t feeling is especially This iitvi ui eriiBi if a iu iiiiiMi wuii antu - We apllclt shipments of crrrjrtblnir In the r to dispense with the rcadin' uv the sjsiiv a m sm a .. rl liui hi n rue an .-- s "v 113,315,317 119 iui i 'i iaCit true of the housewife in spring time Ho. i un Hurrotl Curt, 10UI3UU, KT. nuiiMiwii-H- n journal. In all this time, Mr. Speakused up, fagged out, jaded and er, I hain't never heard n single weak. There are thousands of them member tuoviu' to dispense with the everywhere. A few bottles of readin' uv Tho Louisvillec Commer would do them untold benefit. cial, and I'm getting tired uv such As a tonic and nerve invigorator it and remorseless. tyrannical oppression, Mr. Speaker, has no equal. It builds up the nerves, Itnrn 1'lftnn. and I move to lay the matter on the We have three letters asking for table so's we kin go on with the it gives strength to the digestion. No feeble woman should be without plans for dairy barns and economical readin' uv The Journal In peace. ew Feru-na- . building. To give advice in regard York Tribune. A finely illustrated pamphlet on to building a barn is much like gotac-quaintex- l. Spring Medicines sent free by The instructing a man In politics; he has Cry Drug Manufacturing Com- his ideas, and many men when advice is given say, "Oh that is for book pany, Columbus O. For free book on cancer address farmers," if any new, modern ways Dr, Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. are mentioned, while others hear the moderate-priced- , truth gladly It Is difficult to tell a Rtnaon for not Working-Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern R. R. I have read much about the way man how to build when the location men professing to be poor and needy and conditions are not known. Our 1M3TJEJ JLVKNT3S a will sometimes shun work when it is own idea is that cow stable of the funcTwecN ture will not be part of the barn. the- offered them, and I know that ic does not wear a wholesome look. But one The latter will be a storage for hay, grain and the like, and the cattle will of these persons explained his reluc AND 2e5c. tance to me the other day in a way be kept in an "ell" or additions, so which modified my astonishment and arranged as to afford the light and set me to thinking that perhaps there warmth, and with special reference to ALSO might be reasons in many cases which sanitary conditions . That thousands mOM AND TO of, dollars are needed to build a barn, we do not see at a first glance. "I am AND EVANSVILLE. CINCINNATI SOUND by profession a bookkeeper ," said where hundreds would do as well, is, " and a skilful one. I am out ot a we think, the economic policy of the he, Do not purchase a Ticket OF job simply because the employers with future. If for cows, the stable needs . NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Tthcm I woiked for twenty years to be down on the ground, not with SELEQ7EB UutU you have com tilted an Agent of the were swamped in the last panic. floor stilted up above the earth to give e6 Without any fault of own, therefore, a chance tor a cave of foul smells under the stable. In the future, silos MMITIiD TRAINS, SIXTY-FOUPLATES. I am thrown upon the street, with my S!:3 ot rage, 11 by 134 Inches. pocket full of letters of recommenda- will be used largely for the storing of rUU,MAN BUFFKT SUU'.rKRS, Elaborate Cover li: Qo'.d aid Colors, JtODHUN KQUIPMBNT. tion and my stomach empty of bread food, which will largely for away Hljiily EtMRttled Pspsr. . If I can get work at my regular occu- with the need of great storing places JOHN JiCHOLS, B. IA'NCH, FOR LITTLE MONEY. 01 the world for a Trifle. pation, I can once more support my for feed. There is no need for the OEM. Man. GtN. "AS8.AQT. building is for a dairy 1 family and educate the chrildren; if I high castle-lik- e Louisviu. am compelled to take odd jobs of barn, and the best authorities now or weeding.or spading, pronounce against two things, maI can scrape together a living for my- nure cellars under the cows, and haym self, but those dependent on me must lofts over them to absorb the air and A twenty-pag- e journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the dampness from the cows and stables. suffer. Now, when I apply for a job United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives all the will co set your jcaeualcad Its !;.: ca 1 ur faSB Tor month yet. i as I must make a pre- This means a cow stable separates general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lauds in one year. from the bant proper. Unneeded sentable appearance,and not look like Tnrc-r.tmcrt errlcs c: views a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in the country. Its ilKroret:rredtoroiiiUf aselee-tlo- a a tramp. I must be able to pick up capital used in barn building is a poor Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate departments for The cf rtxrvrotnt plwtatrnnhls rcptotfur'.lccj cr tLa CotaBfenn i;i-- r the nearest pen, also, and show what investment beyond the actual ueed. Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science and Mechanics. men. cr.3 b lnTsiuaMe m well jj IU Home A thousand dollars wisely invested a neat hand I can write. Well, when titliUciUT beautiful. and Society columns command the admiration ol wives and daughters. Its will go a long way toward giviug a I take a job in one of these charitable OLD SHBSCfiDES general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, brillwoodsyards, I wear out the clothing man a good cow stable, light, warm, iant and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid up this wren CKCtio tax: comfottdble and dry, and tae storage which my poor wife has scrubbed and AT CHCC. journal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN lor InOatflt, ccusUttlng cf tcoi.is of beak toil riSOM ACEHTS IKVITED. patched so carefully for me, and after for silage and hay may even be C0I1RESP0HDCHCE Ku.. mu. on receipt of 250 to pay coat of wroppli-j- , maul; paper, test an hour over the buck I look like a cluded in this estimate. Let the plan professional tramp. I have only one be made to conform to location and EAST BOUND dialy daily l,tJI.HVII.I,E,NT. LOCIH b TEX. It. It suit, so I cannot replace my damaged capital and the uses of a barn, and No. 52. No 54 vestments. Then I blister and swell not in unneeded things that often ate WEST BOUND daily daily. I.v Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p in 4KkSsUljuS U4 The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.25. Subsc.iption may my hands so that my handwriting mere show and an actualdisad vantage. No. S3. No. 51. Urtiketts . . . . 7 34 a tu 3 10 p 111 begin at any time. Address all orders to Practical Farmer. Iouisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a 111 looks as if I did it with a toothpick Iv. U. Spotts,villc . . . 7 42 a ui 3 16 p m 6 45 p in 7 45 a m Ky. Street 8 50 a m 3 23 p tn Reads rather than a pen. You do me inLnat Clmuce. West Point . . 7 25 p 111 8 25 a m Worlhiiigton . . 7 58 a 111 3 30 p 111 justice when you accuse me of shunOur unequalled subscription offer . 7 30 p m 8 28 a m Howard Stanley . . . . 8 06 a nt 3 37 p in wood-yar- d ning the because I am too of a handsome volume containing Willowdate . . . 7 39 p in 8 37 a m Griffith . . . . 809 a m 3 41 P n of lazy to work. If our charitable friends sixty-fou- r large Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a ni Mnttingly . . . 8 17 a m 3 47 p tn Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bost, Lonp Branch . . 7 55 P 8 53 a in will throw in a presentable suit of views of the Columbian Exposition Oivensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p in Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of THE Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a ra oS p iu 8 40 a m 4 Pates clothes and a new pair of bands with has produced most gratifj ing results 8 13 p in 9 11 a in NSW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. BEkron . . 8 55 a tn 4 20 p ra Powers . . each cord of wood, I'll agree to saw In every quarter. It has not only Guston . . . . 8 21 p m 9 19 a in Wait man . . . . 905 a 111 4 29 p m 8 30 p in 9 30 a m long enough every day to pay for the brought"us many new subscribers, Irvington I.ewlsport 9 13 a m 4 36 p m IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY isju8TAscooDFORADULTs. Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 a 111 board of my whole family. Until but has delighted every person who Cayce 9 19 a in 4 42 p tn and don't be .mpoecd upon by buying a WARRANTED. PRICE 60ct8. Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a a tn 4 45 p m I'alcon 9 23 they can do this, I must respectfully has been so thoughtful as to secure initdy that rcquiies you to do so; as it is GAI.ATH, ILLS., NOT.M, MM. 8 55 p m 9 56 a in Pierce . . a iu 4 51 p tn . . Pettie SI. 9 29 give their amiable project the cold the work, which in the splendid list rrl Medlclao Co., voidLouis, Mo. 600 bottles of nothing more than a substitute. In thesud-de- n (Joutlemem We Isstyear, Sample. . . . 9 oopm 10 00 am a m 4 59 P . . Hawesville 9 37 TONIC ant hat stoppage of tobacco you must have some shoulder, or relinguish forever the of photos presented, together with OIIOVE'9 TASTELESS CHILI,rear. In all oar exStepbenspoit . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m bouBbt ihrve gross already tnls Skillman . . . stimulant and in most all cases, the effect perience of li rears. In the druff business, bare . . . 9 14 p in 10 14 a ra idea of doing that for which I am fit- the accompanying descriptions, conAddison a tn 521 p ra Shops 1000 nerer sold an arttclo that gairo sucn mUrersal satis. t f the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or Holt 9 17 p m 10 20 a m Cloverport . . ted." Kate Fields Washington. stitutes a valuable history in narra- SiOUoa u jour Tonic Yours truly, &ibr & 00. 1005 a H15 24 P m Acssr, other opiateo, lenves a far worse habit con Cloverport . . 9 28 p tn 10 33 a 111 mi Holt . . 10 20 a in 5 .36 p in a tive and picture of the scenes pre- For Mile by Wllllniiis.l- - ltell.IlHrlford tracteu. Ask jour druggist Shops . . . . 9 31 p nt 10 37 a m Addison . . . 10 23 a iu 540 p tn about BACO-CURIt (s Cry Tor sented. It is sent free, postage paid, Skillman . . . 9 43 p tu 10 50 a m Stcphetispott . . 1028 am 545pm purely vegetable. You do to every new subscriber, and to every WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 Hawesvillc . . 9 54 p m n oa a in Sample . . . 10 37 a tn 5 52 p in not have to stop using tobac- Petrie . . . . 10 02 p tn 11 09 a 111 Pierce . . one of our present readers who 10 41 a in 5 57 pm CALL ON 0 vi'h It will 10 07 p 111 1 1 15 a tu Falcon Lodiburg . . 10 49 a ra 6 06 p in notny you his subscription for one year stop and your desire lor tobacco will cease. Your sys Cayce . . . 10 12 p 111 11 19 a m The Illinois NllttrMfldnfi Webster . . . 10 57 a 111 6 14 p tn tem will bewhen tofrom nicotine as the day before you took your first chew Lewisport . 10 18 p 111 11 25 a m There is peril for the Democracy in from its expiration. This work Irvington . . . 11 05 a m 6 22 p ra or smoke. as free absolutely cute the tobacco An iron-clawritten guaratce is well wotth the full price of the 11X33 XME970GKE&AJEZXKRf Waitraan . . 1025 pin 11 33 a ra Guston . , . 11 14 a m 640J1 in habit in all its forms, or money refunded. to free silver crusade just started in that Price fi 00 per box or 3 boxes Powers . . . 10 35 p tn 1 1 43 a tu 1 1 22 a ra 6 48 p ui year's subscription, as any one who For the finat and Most Artittie Work, Ekron . . Illinois. In the monetary Convenfor days treatment and Pates , . . . 1048 p m 11 56 a tn Brandenburg . 11 31 am 558 pm (30 will be sent by mail guaranteed cute,) price.$2 50 For sale by all druggist upon receipt of SEND SIX TWO CENT tion of the patty in that State to be has inspected it will attest. The any the art tyle, Frtdcrica St. , Mtoem Owensboro . 10 59 ji in 12 06 p in Long Branch . 11 39 a 111 7 07 p m or STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs lrec. 6m37 held in June a declaration for free sil- year's subscription must accompany 3rd and 4th. Mattingly . . 11 09 p tn 12 18 pin Rock Haven . 11 47am 7 14 p tn Eureka Chemical & MTg Co., La Cross, Wis. Griffith . . . 11 14 p in 1223 pin Willowdale . . 11 53 a ra 7 21 pm ver at the 16 to 1 ratio irrespective of the order and the volume will be sent 12 27 pin Stanley . . . 11 18 at once. Remember, the offer holds iNyrtisiSysfsrtysAsyAsijftirfMrti Howard . . . 12 02 p in 7 30 p tu Office ol THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANY, C. W. Hobnick, Supt. European action will be made. There Worthington . 11 25 p m 12 35 pin West Point . . 12 05 pm 7 35 P m St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1894. is no room for doubt on this point. good for one week lrom this date only. Reads . . . . 11 33 pin 1242 pin Ky. Street . . 12 45 pm 8 15 p ra Eureka Chemical and M'f'g Co., La Cross, Wis. is why the Convention is op. This coNconi). Spottsville . . 11 45 pm 1253 pm Ar. U. Louisville 1 00 p ra 8 30 p in Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend for many years, and during Misses Viola Pirtle and Emma posed by Senator Palmer, Interstate Basketts . . . 11 53 P II C. Morduk, G. P. A., 59P' the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regulatly every day. Ar. Henderson 12 10 n ui 1 15 p in Louisville, Ky. Commerce Commissioner Barnes, Beaver Dam, visited Misses My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told we I Morrison, I tried the so. must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, at least. Judge Goodrich of the State Central Georgia and Mattie Pirtle last Saturcalled "Kecley Cure," "No.To.Bac,"and various other remcdles.but without Committee, and other Illinois sound day and Sunday. Three weeks ago wmtul AnolToctlvoadvortisomont success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-Curo.- " iioww Mrs. J. A. Park, Clear Run; Mrs. money Democrats. The men engagI commenced using your preparation, and I consider myself Using It. The tobacco habit grows IB an anchor, which. Will Olt-- on ed in the Convention movement are Katie Parrlsh, Buford, spent a few a man unlit his nervous system is on hold a disabled bU8iD0SS completely cured; I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobacappreciates, has completely left all free coinage advocates and they as days with Mrs. C. Allen last week. rag-- co, which ever inveterate smoker fullywonderful, and can fully recommend me. on simply I consider your "Daco-Cuiit. 1 well as their foes feel that they are A little child of Mr. E. E. TInsley C. W. Hornick. Yours very truly, denly is to severe a shock to the ays- - gOdrcolOI flnanoial failures. masters of the situation. A majority happened to quite a serious accident means so much more than tern, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, of the Democrats of Illinois and ol last Saturday week by a kettle of becomes a stimulant that his system cnrinne iiu , yuu tmomnaa gsiiuusY irwl iitiuL;iitu most of the other Western States un- ) boiling water being spilled on him. is a continually craves. Baco-Curquestionably favor the largest possi- I lie was badly burned, but though he .'fatal diseases result fromi scientific cure for the tobacco habit 'trifling ailments neglected. iu all its forms, carefully compound-e- d ble liberty to silver at the mints. The will recover. ' after the formula of an eminent Don't nlavwith Nature's intelligence, wealth and character of Mr. and Mrs. George Hickey atBerlin Physician who has used it in gift health. the Illinois Democracy belong to the tended church at Whltesville last Sub-da- y 'greatest his private practice since 1872, withIf)ourtlellnK out a failure, purely vegetable aud honest money element, but the other week. out of torts, weak Yon guaranteed peilectly harmless. element has the votes. and fenersUjr On last Tuesday evening week an can use all the tobacco you want, itttvovi, The favor which the Contention entertainment was given the young no appcilit) have : while taking it will notiand can't work, movement has met with from Wes- people by Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crab-trebegin at oncctsk-Jus- ; fy you when to stop. Wegivea writroost reliathe tern Democrats-generallten guarantee to permanently cure shows the There were several In attendble strengthening medlcine.whlchis any case with three boxes, or refund petil to the patty which it presents. ance, who enjoyed themselves In vaUrown's Iron Bit the money with 10 per cent, interest. ter. A lew botA free silver declaration in Illinois rious ways. EACH PERSON PAYINO THEIR SUBSCRIPTION The music rendered by tles cure benett is not a substitute, but a would find an echo from the Demo- Mr. Crabtree was greatly admired turn. iivm in , scientific cure, that cures without the . . : ..v.. i.i; FOR THIS PAPER, WILL BE PRESENTED crats In most of the other Western and enjoyed by the hearers. Mm'i alitim. M aid of will power and with no inconi. it a li u i. .r m .riJ, venience. It leaves the system as States. Haifa dczen Democratic free Rev.Cralg filled hlsregularappoint-meri- t ptcssant to tike. pure and free from nicotine as the AND A PACKAGE OF WITH A silver conventions this year, and that at Concord last Sunday. There day you took your first chew or many it is believed will be held if was church meeting on Saturday afSold by all druggists, with smoke. KENTUCKIAN'S DELIGHT. Illinois starts the ball rolling, will ternoon at 3 o'clock. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per Neuralgia, give a tremendous strength to that Troubles, box, three boxes, (thirty days treat-. The grim monster, death, has visitinConstipation, Bad Blood ment,) 2.50, or sent direct upon reheresy In the Democratic party in ed the home of Mr. Thomas Duke and A DllftO 0rlll0Ht5T lATUIAL fUVOMO IF YOU ARE NOT A SUBSCRIBER, BECOAIE ONE. SEND SIX TWO. ceipt of price. Malaria, Nervous ailments KlMTUCKYDURUtS. The Southern end ot the party claimed for its victim his beloved 1.896. CENT STAMP3 FOR SAI'LE BOX, Woman's complaints is as favorable to it as the Western mother, Mrs. Julia Ann Arthur. She BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. I Get only the genuine II hn crossed red line on the wrspner. All others sis sub- - V end, although at present it is less en- was a member of the M, E. Church, Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing South, and a devoted christian. Sue suiuies. un receipt oi two so slsmusw f Company, Manufacturing Chemists, will send set ot Ten Beaulltul World' thusiastic and aggressive. If the There-main- s had lived too great age. 1 reir view sua book tree. La Crosse. Wisconsin. 'sllveritcs are not headed off by g were entered in the Duke r nonwu rucuicn m inriiin.. un , si (he Administration, which IssiM to be ground April Oth. C. Ilnrcyoii iall jour iiiiscrlilUnT lho a a working against them, the free coinage lunacy will sweep through the Democracy ol the West and South like n fire across a prairie in the drouth. It is easy to see that the danger to the Democracy from thissource is far greater than It ever was in the past, The defeats in the elections of 1893, 1894 and 1895 have disheartened many of the conservative element and have given a frenzy and desperation to the other and active section . Heretofore the moderates have been able to exercise at least a partial restraint ovct the radicals, but the latter ate now getting into such a mood that they can not be cutbed. They attribute all the recent to the Administration's attitude on the money questiou and they think that nothing will bring a change ol fortune except a change of policy. They feel that the situation can not possi bly be worse for their party than It is now, and that any change, however brought about, will be for the better.. If this element manages to get control of the National Convention next year, then, indeed, the Democracy has again fallen on evil days. A declaration for free silver at the 16 to 1 ratio by the National Democracy would be a crime scarcely less heinous than was that of secessh n ml the retribution which it would bring to the party would b: as instantaneous k It is the ItrntutUjr Custom. A GREAT COUGH REMEDY. think that the out the the y but it It It Hard, Stubborn Cough the The that and e, . and food-medicin- er Millions dotheoamb, Heuse are as j NWsggmAiuw.ww WOOL! WOOL!! sa ui-i-i , MWiH I WMFmmmm IN YOUR MIND a Pitcher's Castoria. Children for . And when yon want Furniture, come and look around and Our stock is full of good tilings, not expensive but vet stylish and up-to-date. BESSIE IF YOU all LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS. sented by Reore- - CARSON& GO ft. faVteSSGriE vownE OUR arc judge of Furniture, wo will more likely make a customer of you. Til Y us once anyway, if only for a kitchen chair. A little sometimes marks the beginning of an oxtended friendship and large sales. 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Green's Nebraska Indians are well known to Ohio county people, and their presence is all that is necessary to insure a good crowd. Hartford will oppose obtainable. Don't fail to see. these professionals with the very best line-u- p them in (heir war paint. Best Treat Possible For a Ba.se Ball Loving Public. USUAL ADMISSION Except I0c to Everybody Who Sits in the Grand Stand BOTH GAMES CALLED AT 2:30, BHb bbbT iA A H H Ml. H bbV BaBB1 HB l bbV fllH Jbbbm AbbIbbI BBBBBBB HIa Hh BBBBBBm bbbbbbbbbI' bbbb. bbI1 Iftw HJbbbk H bbbbh bV Fleet Red Skins to Meet Hartford At East End Park COIIX! AND WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Green's Nebraska Indians are well known to Ohio county people, and their presence is all that is necessary to insure a good crowd. Hartford will oppose these professionals with the very best line-u- p obtainable. Don't fail to see them in their war paint. Best Treat Possible For a Ba.se Ball Loving Public. USUAL ADMISSION Except 10c to Everybody Who Sits in the Grand Stand BOTH GAMES CALLED AT 2s30.