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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895050301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J. I,. Cnmitn, ;' V.H. Cnrrnii if - - ir ' 1 J. L. Carson & Son, The Haetidbd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE HAVE YOU PAID YOUR !' J Careful Estimates made oit all pentering and Building. Terms sonable, llnrtlord, Ky. Carrea- PARI? IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Tho Ropi Kwian. Pay up and ono yoar SkiAclvanoo nnd wo will sond gPfU Tho Loulsvlllo Wookly (He jimorclal ono yoar froo. SuffMrlbo ntonco. Will IIIPTIOI. TfS tag Bhovpjow you stand with NO. 40. VOL. Vll. ,(,( HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 3, SAVED LINCOLN'S LIFE. him out." old was Mn Lincoln then?" " 'Bout 9. The histories all say Abe was only 7 "years old when he left for Indlany, u'ut he must have been about 9 Tljey wasn't there, though, and of course can't be expected to get everything right." Mr. Gollaher has long been a devout Christian, and holds his membership in n small Baptist church on the Louisville and Nashville road, about a mile beyond his home. He has not visited the church since the cold weather began last fall, but still hopes to see it in its completed stite in the spring. Thp .church has long been in an unfinished condition, and the old gentleman has worried over this fact. The funds however, are now, guaranteed ferus ly 189,5. Latest U.S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL Highest of all in Leavening Power. OARD. 'How (IVORYlBoOAP IT FLQAT6 5" - An Old Kontuolty Gontloman to Whom tho ' Nation Is Indobt 1 od. Austin Gollahcr, W FORTY WLL10N CAKES YEARLY. thi rnoortn oamdu co. ourn. it , R I P A N S ONK 01VH8 UKI.IHI'. Low excursion rates via. the CJ., O. &3. W. R. R. Waihington, D. C. nnd return account Solitliatn Baptist Coitvcntlou. Rate of one fate for the round trip, tickets on sale May 7th and 8th, limited for return to 15 days from date of sale, with privilege ol extension to 15 days more. Dallas, Tcrtas and return, account Assembly Presbyterian General Church rate one fare for tne"rbun'd trip. Tickets on sale May 13th to 15th, good returning until June 3rd. These rates are available to the general public as welt as to delegates and visitors to the above meetings. Further information furnished on application to any agent of the ChesRailapeake, Ohio & Southwestern T. B. Lvnch, road. General Passenger Agent. TASTELESS LrfS 1lAe yon renewnl yonr luu lor IkO.IT ubrrl 111 1 IhhLh n , rfAyTs jf4Vy4yyW4fyyJ1kj)0Mi JS.JLJI Wo .old U imt, Ctt) boUie. fit OilOrSl! TABTHI.KOH C1IIIX TONIC iml bite saeiffct Uvm Rrota .JrMdr Uit.r.U'. Id all orez-f-tttXi- c ot U Mrs. In tbe tfrua: bcalnati. liar 1 an .Kiel. suoh unlrarsal sail. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 eta. Oai ATti, lix., Not. M, 1SW. MMWOO To., Ht lutlHo. 13 JU8T A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. rrl. QasrilMMnr iht xoun rTr sl roar Twlc er imlr, tMUsa ah.ikt.Cajui ACO. tar nlo ly Wllllmn: llrll.llnrironl La no it VARiirry, Wall Paper. ... At Factory rnicit8. Bestqual .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll 8c to locper Roll Gold Paper . Finest embossed Papensc to joperR'll jv.0.W.6ih It. R. BASSETT. 04a fourth Avc.Louisvile.Ky. 6 cts in stamps for samples. E&Seud II you sjifler from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams ft Dell Drug Store free sam-pi- e it bottle ol Pomroys Liver-Cur- e ever falls to cure. Lathst Stvww, imagine serious and' fatal diseases result from ' t ..nr ailments ncg.ecr.eu. . inning ' Don't play with Nature's .greatest gut health. , "you , ' 'means so much more than Poor Health i. hive 110 I 1 :Browirs Iron : Diners Dyspepila, nctYom. Appetite And can't work, brctu atoncetak Inj the niottr. liable itrencthentnt: medlcin.,whtch la i. Dnntn'a Iron a A few cure beneEt IUHII1 will tils vtry first lycra rfctlln( out of .orti.wtak and gentr.llr a Utkt and w7 tiAi plfisani to take. totH J J0r ll's J 11. a. wiiTi It Cures of f will sendwa and Ten i Pair VI. set f BROWN CHEMICAL Kidney and Liver Neuralgia, Troubles, Constipation, Dad Blood Malaria, .Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Get onlir the ceutilne It hai erased red lln.i on the wrapner. All others ate sub- stltut.a. On rfrrlut rtf Imav .f.mn. book-ft- ec. Beautiful World's BALTIMORE, Kverybodyto know that Groves Is prepared to do all kinds o Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to 1 ontal work at reasonable prices. Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad Office over J. W. Ford & Co'a Colds &c, or your money will be Feed Store. reiunded in every instance. Sold by William & Bell, Hartford Ky. DENTIST. "YVfcfcr'rr CO. MO. Wnuteil. "W. 3D. 3L.XJOI3, IlAnTFoni), Kentucky, n playmate of Abraham Lincoln, is 80 years old to- day. He lives with his son, Thomas J Gollaher, on the top of Muldraugh's tllill, turee miles souiu 01 nougen- ville nnd the many friends ol the out gentleman are helping him celebrate the important event in royal style. Gollaher himself, however, is not permitted to enter very largely into the festivities ol the occasion, owing to an unusually severeattack of rheumatism, from which he has been a suflercr for years, and which of late is giving him His more than ordinary trouble. spirits are not impaired by his ailment, though, and he promised yesterday, when interviewed, to "hit his lick with the balance of 'em." For an old man Gollahcr is suiprisingly lively in his conversation, due, doubtless, to the fact that he seldom has a chance to see a person from the outside world, nnd is compelled to make such an optwr- I up for tost time when tunity occurs. Gollaher was older than the martyred President, and consequently remembers many circumstances of theirboyhooddays. His conversation, however, is rather barren of details, and from some of his stories it is surmised that he has somewhat coufused what really happened with what he has heard. There is nodisputing the fact, thodgh, that he wa3 Lincoln's playmate, and even the historians have given him brief credit for that honor, but he is practically unknown savior of the youth as the ful Lincoln's life. In Nicholay and Hay's life of Lincoln short mention is made of Gollaher, and the fact of his service to the subject of their work is dismissed summarily and not entirely without a suspicion of doubt. Gollahcr's present home with his son is within a dozen miles of where the rescue of Lincoln is credited with having taken place. In all the life of the old gentleman he has never for more than a few weeks at a time been outside of his native country. The house is acommonplaceafTairol rough clapboards, surrounded by a tin box. The first greeting is from the dogs; then, at the door, you will likely meet the old gentleman hobbling on his hat crutches, with a pulled low to protect his failing eyes, and a hearty welcome in his face. He is dressed in heavy .woolen garments, rough, but comfortable. His first thought is to invite you ton seat. Like yourself, he is anxious to talk of Lincoln. After half nn hour's listend ing to him jou arc apt to be and conclude that after all he hasn't very much to say. Speaking of former visitors he said yesterday: "Yes, I am known somewhat all over the United States. Men come from away off to here me talk of Abe Lincoln. Years ago a man came here from New York, getting up a history, and wanted to know what I could tell him of Lincoln. He sent me one of one-tim- e broad-brimme- d disap-pointe- Absolutely pure: MY K. OWENSBORO, KY. Will oraclico his timfpssinn in DucIom and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, uatiK 01 commerce uuilding. LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING. HAUTFOllD, KY. (Office, orer Anderson's Vauar.) rs inn, H, (Jlrnii, J.N. II. WeilillK, lint ON Till: IVAI.h. Ohio County Dirootory. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge j IIYJOIIN II. BAIZG.J LAWYERS, o. The dearest thip.cn earth to me, That I can novvrecall, ' Is that old sabcrHhefe of uilne That's hanging on the walh In eighteen hundred and sixty-thre- e I went at my country's call, I got that saber Unit yott see, That's hanging on the wall. And when I stood in rank and file And hear the Captain's call, I used that saber that you see That's hanging on the wall. Owens-bor- completion. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disease put togetherViand until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, nnd prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh ,to be it constitutional disease and, therefore, requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by E. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a tcaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They oOer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. t. CSTSold by Druggist, 75c. 40-.1- Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. John W. Black. Jailer Hartford. G, B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B, D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Hartford, G. B. Likens, Trustee of Jury Fund Hartford, C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, Jos. II Roberts, Fordsville, S. T Stevens. Cromwell, Thos. R, Bishop, Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Annnnln Hnnoial attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. " CTaaaaes .&.. Smith, ATTORNEY ' HAnTt-onn, jJT ky. IJW If boys in Gray would try again To lower our flag at all, I'd take that saber down again That's hanging on the wall. Though fitty now and past I am And net so very tall, But I can swing that saber yet, That's hanging on the wall. I helped to save the stars and stripes That now floats free o'er all, With the. good saberthat you see, That's hanging' on tile wall. Now boys in Blue I fail to see Why we be not pensioned all, There's many a one who has at home A saber on the wall. BOWEN - JONES CASE Ccntertown. Wih practice his profession in Ohio Court convenes first Monday in and adjoining counties, and courtjol continues Appeals. March and August and t" three weeks, and third Monday in collections. Special attention given Jit Office cast side of pur May and November ewo weeks. square. COUNTY COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. M. L. Hbavrin. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. Court convenes first Monday in each month. & TAYLOR, QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday in HARTFORD, ll January, April, July and October. nmelipft fhtor nrnfpnninn in nil COURT OF CLAIMS. tllO OoilrtS nt Ohio nhll nilinininrr Convenes first Monday in January counties, and in the Court of Ap first Monday and Tuesday after the peals, (special attention given to in October. collections. Office, next door to OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS Bank of Hartford. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor SulKY-Wi- Attorneys at Law t Ggibuto iii Mk Will draw dralls from a nice, neat cozy cottage up to a fiue two Btory ill draw plnus free of house. charge. Will make enroful estimates on alt kinds of buildings, nnd rcmod Motto "Live and nl old houecs. lot live." The Hurtloril l'lioln Car. A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam has located his I'hoto Car in Hartford and will make Pictures nil day Monday liere every in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the time. Wc are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers in work guaran- the State. First-clas- s 'snii BUCKEYEIllli QIUTMENT ICURES A 8URE LMAtiun 1 NOTHING BUT PILES. CERTAIN CURE and IR UAitra nathn 4ii I BEST REMEDY for PILES, i BOLD 11Y AI.I. IIKVOOISTS. nnuiiirueniucos mid es.. si. Louts. Don't Nlup Tobnrra. How To Curb Yourself Whilb Usinq It. The tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is seriously effected, iinparing health, To quit sudcomfort and happiness. denly is to severe a shock to the sys tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, becomes a stimulant that his system is a. continually craves. B teed. scientific cure for the tobacco habit in all its forms, carefully compound"When beauty comes he takes it; ed after the fonuula of an eminent If there is none he makes it." Berlin Physician who has used it in YOUmTtO OWENSBORO his private practice since 187J, withWHEN out a failure, purely vegetable and GALLON You guaranteed petlectly harmless. can use nil the tobacco you want, it will notiwhile taking fy you when to stop. Wegivea writTECS X.t0'XOU'XJUE3X32:R, ten guarantee to permanently cure For the final mid Most .4rfttfe TPorfc, any case with three boxes, or refund any tue or style, Fredcriea St. , Sdween the money with 10 per cent, interest. is not a substitute, but a 6m37 3rd and M. scientiOic cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with no oj-IjXjIt leaves the system as i pure and free from hicotine as tne day you took your first chew or A FAITHFUL SENTINEL Sold by all druggists, with ik aoAJiDiNa one or Uncut Ham's smoke. nxLATta ma KxrsuuEacc our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per box, three boxes, (thirty days Trcaturu .Department, 17. S. mmtoradonl StrvUt, Buffalo, N. Y. ( $2.50, or sent direct upon reWorld's DuprnsAmr Medical Absociatiomi SEND SIX ceipt or price. Dear Sire From early childhood I havo suf. aco-Cur- o C.Theo.Cain, otxt Baco-Cur- Baco-Cur- o incou-venienc- e. them, but it had a lot of things in it that wasn't so. "It was in 1812 that my father settled neartheLinkhorn .(Lincoln) farm, nnd in a few days Abe and his mother come over to see mother an' me. Abe seemed sullen, and at the first meeting I didn't have much tosay to him. I wasn't taken with his appearance. After mother an' me went over to see them, though, we were together quite often, nnd we got to be great friends. Abe was three years younger than we, an' I had,tolook after htm somewhat. We played all over the hills 'down on South Fork.and when school took up there went school together. Next year we went to the school over on the other side of the creek, but it wasn't uo use for me to try to keep up with Abe. He was great at lam-in- , and ciphered out and read everything he could find. Down in the creek bottoms there was lots of iron weeds, an Abe'd gather .them to pile on the fire nt night to make light for him to study by." "Well, did you not save his life at one time? How was that?" "Yes,yes,"and his face brightened. "It was when he was fish in' one day. The creek was high, an' we had to coon crost on n log and Abe fell off. Abe wasn't much of a swimmer, an' I got a sycamore limb and bulled i. 1: nwTT ' STAMPS FOR SAPLR BOX, BOOKLIST AND PROOFS PRF.H. Kureka Chemical & Manufacturing 'Pictures la Imi SItIi and Sin, Chemists, Company, Manufacturing Copied and Enlarged La Crosse, Wisconsin. "X&" Old Pictures a8-6- t. lis klgPlteapk A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. m. W .11 treat-mcnt.- V TWO-CICN- T An offootivo advortiBomont 0WENSB0110, KY is an anolior, whioli will ott-o- n hold a dinablod buslnosa ?,.?iiru',.ABanU.$78 rag-goKll.tf WMk.. lb. .kbUk ..fc.r. wflu J Th. irom drlltlng on to tho R.,14 roof of flnanolal f ailuros. 4l.li. ttt a f.utlf la 0.. a.la.14. d order Doctors' prescription and patent unlldn 1 have uaml In abundance i tber only afforded, temporary relief. I was rvoonimended to try Dr. Vlerou'a l'lcasaut l'tllcta, I did ao, takloir threo at nlitht and two afUr dinner every day for two Keek. I then reduced the doso to ono "I'cllot" every day and continued this feral from a sluroUb liver, with all tho disacoonipanylnt? such companion. PIERCE -..- CURE OR MONET rJETCllNKD, for two month. 1 have Id tlx month pounds, fraction Ih solid Ecah, twenty-lbctbr boaltb than I bavu been slnco childhood. Drowsiness and unpleasant ir meals bare completely disappeared. after Ucapectfully your, x feel-lo- Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse lfenijunrtrr Woman's itellef Corjiae Office. . Keeper Hartford. Auxiliary foTliS) ClrntHl Army JUSTICES COURTS. I The Itcpnbllc, C'lllcnRo, The l.onlHTllle l'ren lleelnrea Ulnck- Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur 111., April 3, 1805. biirn n Nulnnuce nntl it Springs, March 2, June 1, September Gather the rose3, twine the everFraud! 2, December 2. green, for although they have sailed Cromwell Jont .Wil son, Prentis, away on that "mystic water" that March Frankfort, Ky., April 23.' cember 9, June 8, September 7, Deflows through the "valley of shadows,' 7. What Paris was to France in the Rosine C. L. Woodward, Center-towtheir deeds, their memories still live Napoleonic epoch, Frankfurt is to KenMarch 13, June 13; September on. tucky in this hour of disturbed politi- 13, December 13. As we approach Memorial Day let cal excitement, or popular revulsion. Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, us gather about tbe Altar the Sun- Every whisper of Democratic discon- March 30, June 29, September 28, day preceding, and renew our devo- tent that comes from the rugged slopes December 28. Fordsville olin g, James A. tion to the living comradesas wesing of Harlan and Floyd every cry for Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, the praises of those we mourn. relief that comes with the wind along September 14, December 14. Remember always as the Grand CONSTABLES. the "pennyrile" fields of Barren and Array of tbe Republic march with Warren; every earnest invocation for Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. muffed drum and draped flag to tbe new men and new measures, that Fordsville J. H. Oiler, Fordsville, hallowed spot where sleep their brave wells up from the hearts of the long Rosine Thos. Allen, Rosine. companions, it is our sacred privilCromwell R. B. Martin, Cromsuffering residents of the "Purchase," ege to place a loving tribute to those finds its echo within the circles of tbe well. who are lying, only the Heavenly Capitol POLICE COURTS. hills. Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; Father knows where, but "He Here politicians gather and plot J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L. Kelly, knows." and plan. Here the candidates drop held every second the little ones by the hands in for a bit to learn how the tide goes. Attorney.inCourt month. Take each Monday and as they scatter the fragrant blos- And here you are likely to gather rich Beaver Dam D. A, Miller, Judge; , Marshal. soms that the spring times bring, tell morsels Court held of news that tell of iuternal first Saturday in January, April, them the story over, of brave deeds struggles and perturbed hopes. July and October. braverly done, a country saved, a When Bradley gets to be Governor, Cromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, race delivered, a nation's sacred day. as the indications now seems to point Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held Do not fail in remembering the the way, it is likely Frankfort will be second Saturday in January, April, July and October. heroic women who went forth, not to the center of Republican conference Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; v. battle, but to care lor those who suf- as it is now of Democratic. Court held on W. Roll, Marshal. fered, they, too, gave freely of their third Saturday in January, Apriljuly Some Democrats ore now complainstrength and their watchful care saved ing that the pointer your correspond- and October. Rockport W, B. James, Judge; many a "Boy in Blue" to still fight ent gave about the deathly sleep of J. J. Gllem, Marshal. Court held on on tor God and his country. Bowen-Joncase are not histori first Mondays in January, April, the Our own ranks have been depleted cally accurate in every respect, and July and Oct6ber. this year and we have been called up they avow a readiness to "put us on" Rosine J. u. iiyers, Judge; h. Court held first on to mourn for true- - hearted earnest to facts even more sensational than Morris, Marshal. Saturdays in each mouth. members, place upon their last restUnder a those at which we hinted. Ceralvo N. B. Fulkeraon, Judge; ing place a wreath of loving memory, Democratic regime, where any hint of J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held as you remember all who have served dark doings was taken as treachery, on fourth Saturday in January, April, with us in the past. Last year Adjuand the culprit at once politically July and October. COMMERCIAL CLUB. tant Gen'l Meech. reported "loss by hanged.it has heretofore been difficult Meets at Court House every 2d death 7,302." to plow up the exact facts. and 4H1 Friday night. J. S. R. Wed Oh, loyal women of Americ, as you But the prospects of a new order of ding, Presideut, C. K. Martin, sec read these figures, showing as they things has produced a change and retary. do how in regiments they are swiftly men no longer fear to tell the truth. TOWN TRUSTEES. B. D. Ringo. Chairman; W. G marching to their eternal camping Headly has given lots of backbone to grounds, will you not, with renewed honest- men who have heretofore been Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C. L, Field, John P. Morton. earnestness, dedicate your best backward in exposing evil for fear of SCHOOL TRUSTEES. thoughts and energies to aid those hurting the party. It is a sign of reL. F. Wcarner, Rowan Holbrook, still waiting, and come together as form and good government that prom- Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman, E. P. one woman, in purpose and action, ises well to the upright citizens and Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Secretary. bringing all that is good and true.to the RELIGIOUS. advance our work for the Union VeYour correspondent is reliably inBaptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcman, teran and his dependent ones. case did Pastor. Services second Sunday ia formed that the To Preston Morton Post G. A. R. not get quite as far as the Court of each month, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. tu. No, 4, of Hartford, Ky., our thanks Appeals, but went off the docket in a Prayer meeting every Thursday evenare here expressed, for taking from hurry and the papers are missing from ing. M. E. Church Rev. E. E. Pate, an obscure burial spot our Army the County Clerk's Office. And dark Pastor. Services every third Sunday Nurse and Union Spy, Elizabeth F. and damning things are said about in each month at no. m. and at 7 Carter, and on last Memorial Day the proceedings in the case that are p. m. Prayer meeting every Wedplacing her in their Cemetery with enough to make the hair curl with nesday night. Rev. C. P. Hicks, C. P. Church special ceremonies. excitement, and give a feverish thirst Pastor. Services first Sunday in Department Chaplain will forward for more knowledge. We are plowing each month, morning and night. Memorial Day reports through their SECRET SOCIETIES the soil around where those papers Department Presidents to S. Agnes are said to be lost, and likely enough, Rockport Lodge, No. 312, F, & A. Parker, National Chaplain, Brockton, before long, we may gather relics of M. meets regularly on the firtt and third Saturday nights in each mouth. Mass., not laterthan June 30th. the past that may well pay for the laStated meeting of Hartford Lodge Emma R, Wallacb, No. 675 F. & A. Masons, first Monbor expended. National President, Democracy is convulsed about the day night in each month. All brethinvited to attend regularly, Jknnib livoss, National Secretary. money question. It is scarce, you renJ.are W M. Shelby Taylor SecG. ean, know, and Blackburn is telling how retary. lleiiiibllcnu Minis Convention C'hnngr-ediRough RiverLodge No. 1 10 Knights to get more ol it, get it by the bushel. June 0. Saturday At the meeting of the State CenBut the Louisville pres3 don't drive of Pythias. Meets even' D, Ringo, B. tally-h- o, and declare night at Masonic Hall, tral Committee In Danville last Tues- in Blackburn's day the time for holding our State hlm.a nuisance and a fraud. The Convention was changed from May contest is waxing and before long the 29 to June 5 in order to avoid Interference with Decoration Day exercio-e- s. prairies wilt be on fire and the woods All delegates appointed for May a'burnlng, 29 will ait June 5. Even a touch of excitement has reached up into Woodford county and lloll It t'UWII, invested tbeRepublicansthatinstruct-e- d llErUBLIOAN Whea you've got nothing to say. Say it! Don't take halt a day. for Bradley for Governor and for ono When your tale's got little in it Smith for Secretary of State. They Crowd the wholethingin a minute! and- twonty- put down a plank for the single gold Lile is short a fleeting vaper was during the deThis Don't you fill the whole blamed standard. n, es tax-pay- er. Jones-Bowen ct I WB The Papers Said to be Missing From the County Clerk's phur Springs. Z. H. Shttltz, School Superintendent Hartford. N. C Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Galen C. Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- Perry Westerfield, ord. Attorney at Law. Bbaveb Dam, Ky. E.D.GUFFT. B. D.RINOO ttorneys ggt Mxw, ZXsvxtfsxd, ICen.t'u.clcy. Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market Bt. " ' R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Haktford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. W.H. BARNES ATTORNEY AT Hartford, Ky. practice WILL courts of his profcseion in all Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections, OrEee oyer Carson & Co. P n Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in Building. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to all Colbusiness entrusted to bis caro. Office with the lections a specialty. $ 1 county Attorney. ST. Xj. Attorney at Law, GREENVILLE, KY. Will practice his profession in all the courts if Muhlenberg aud adjoining counties, Special attention will be given to collections and all busiueBs entrusted to his care. DE3. 3E- EOQBES, - Attorney at Xaw, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts ot Ohio aod adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. (Connty Attorney) TNTESLXji, J. R. PIRTLE you Remember cet the New York Tribune DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. and The both - Is prepared to do any and all kluds of Dental Operations, Prices most, reasonable. Office over vj (? K drl. Vulri, itMl u4 kM4fc Ua VM llk..t V.Ul.4 U. lb. kuLtf .. tk. iMklb.4M. 4Uk, k. M Hil.ki, Hkl4 k.4 ihwrfiil vlr.h K. k.ftn k.MII.4kkk.lW.l.l. M.M. Ckt.0. M.Wku4.bf 1... 4.rkkl..vurkkl.4y4Hr..lwfnw How ate people going to know why they should trade with you if you xr. p. UAUHlkUN ca, lutk a. 11, cvut...., o. don't tellit through Tub Rbvublicak. 4U.8.Iripeotorof liamhjratlon. ' fiant. fiaper tale, which at Our opinion, dlferentlally expressa pinch, u Boil her dawn until she simmers; ed, is that the Republican Conveu-Uowill reaffirm the last national Polish her until she glimmers. platlonu in favor of sound currency "When you've got a thing to say, Paul, in Repuband honest money. Say ill Don't take haU a duyl lican Bannei. fAtlahta'ConstThition. , . year, for one for dollar live cents. Williams Si Bell's Drug Store. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Boll c to mu Ul We have' made arrangements to club the Owensboro Weekly Inquirer, with Tub Repoducan for only $1.75! per year for the two papers. (hf. Areata iuak (torn & to M itr vll pMitUiio to Uo la tM uUhbon, rtnf tttrumu,fcotoi.wofk OumpltU, tot tarwtrttBrdliUc. ba put np trni$qm. y Mbtkftt.pwa. 04 rapairUtf, UmU a afr pu ( ordar. A uomt rair. Writlit tin. Warrant!. IQ.Cduwbui.C A W. jun. athon ft Marriwfl Co .Cra MM mmksmt 2jfc...il.. fc.AAjj ,fc . -- wTT SKSJIT " IIWPI,!P'I''WWW mr cnr nw Dillon JfflsVilIp 'V II'. J7 If vnuanno VHilt FitfbAl moiinino n a vcrd&t rWc 7 oVonlg S L ffl' iqu rtuncTOT-anirnrial oniisNtiswr, re Jifl,ii.nv;UllEnSfi. mAJ UifiRr1' istifmblo Jiomlcldo ami lie was re- BiiOr . . JUnrA.ANIF.nfco.(i, ... urrntr.Ulpa;. ts thouchl to lie the most re able as A. R. Tittle, ol near llcflln, last n bond of $3,000 in both wed on .. r.iniy, oyii.our.wttxi.jhJ, it was totd by one of his friends: Monday. Coka ( uses." .11 ! I f! He is yet suflcring from nervCain was too boozy to see straight lHYlfltlDJMTv3HVJ, 1895. it Is feared he will ous prostration and Kentucky Htnt r 81 THAI JHMMtoMMAtOTK union depot to JMi-elev- Middlesboroueh is now in its StbBcrlpflohf$T.26 por yonr. become insane. .. , r.rlL. "oartl the I'alls or Kougn train lor "entlt veetnsrbetntrwitbout-n-muni- "MrST uuiuuu tomakc-avctj- L wnii ri uivensuoro. i After robbing about 20,000 voters cipal government. SENATOR. Columbus PhelpsMnPJgeWaf.Yai IftqlY f l)iq-Ps!- P of tho right of tuflrogo the Demo ren county Xlkytre. authorised to announce fratrlcldev- - la. believed to keeper and walked around to the ,Db. A. D.jAMns, cratic Legislature of Tennessee over n the rinwllne y right and ldrfiomllfe plalfoImTncnr-lOf Muhlenberg county, ns a candidate a 1.1, a in: pitojuxiiN'r it.oi'M:. best men-b- f WFp'ar' OliviljiiH nii-."1 for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial tho protest of tho lhUiy1ilic'MaftntitoAv$(thVn sJlja-Mutics, has seated Turney, Ummxn :i'jilj Oiirri7l DIstricVsubjcct to the action of the !,' i or . rlncc McQuIrc, who draiwathe ,hasj the following, Seventh Sttcct below. His skull was party. Republican T.uesdiqy'slal,ostr whom Evans dclcatcd at the polls lor t jtfSffififfltoglfogHlSpt t.iiififfarP.ns nnoVrf 11 0 iJMTJb fractured and both shoulders disloca to sy.rcgardiigTqip Ootdon-Biowthe Governorship of tho Stato lost t! ted, aiid"He ivas"otherVHse bfuMcd:' tragedy .whcjiioicuir.-di-l Wc arc authorized to annouuee I.CjUfsv(llq November, This is, if possible, a atB minmsmnm wasfUtfen-'Uthe 'city hospital in IteQ. W. I. Rowk, ' ""' ' ,1 ,r The couwbf wppgiTSawverKn g hn ambulance :an is. in n pretty bad :fvli OfCcntertown, as n candidate to rep- tnoro flagrant steal than the ono com' Fyltoti ,Gordoii. filled Arcli "fowft :flh nr . ma. ? J , resent Ohio county in the Lower raittcd in Louisvillo in tho naino of two cases irom Taylor COttBty, Mollis lllon'iis yvilp,' 'condition. House of the next General Assembly, law, by which Mr. St, John Boyle the I,, and N, railroai Isfffas nsTBroh and then pm, and I One other report was that he fell NelljS ..BMlij jardqn,, In'a jlouse subject to the action of the Republicwas denied the scat on tho Appellate right to operate trains on Scnday as tlt.fnm an party. Vni . Uv n . 'I,ir.i'ly finl ... ,..fwr, rrttiiAOU h",j Imv tlrirrn nn from the tailing to the river bank at anv other dav, bench to which ho had been elected UDon thel'n6rtUe'rdWxtrciniti''dl" the depot. ai noon JA At Barboursvllle Hon.JohTwTisoii by bis fellow citizens. tTiitti'teWrt'te'thtit lie fell from the i is rumored that nnother Repub, y.x.nftV ' g. addressing the Jury,charged that The fc'fid1 fal the tr'aln'-a- t thi west end nintlmacy-cxistinlican candidate for Representative Pft,JUr,,hPMY.qf, Tiicui: is no question save that of defense in the s murder of the depot and that a knllc was between his wile and young from this county will announco in a tho offices on which tho Democrat, trial had organized a band of perjurers found near him with blood on the short time. So far Esq. W. 1. Rowo ic parly is n unit. Tbo party is iu to establish an alibi for the defense. Brown, son of the Governor of Kentucky, and yesterday he applied to blade.leadlng to the theory that he was is tbo only candidato. of Warren favor of getting and holdiug the oi 0. 12. Moore, w the police to place a watch over his stabbed and thrown from the train, (ices at any and all hazards, but on Haves, the Woodford county farmer wife. But they failed to do so, and Oneot his crowd who returned to HorKlNSViLLE will entertain the Nolico tbo following: Tbo figures iullio left hand column show exactly who was found dead hanging to a tree next Session of the Kentucky Press everything else Democracy is split near Farmersburg, Ind., believes the he took the matter in his own hands, this city, however, says the first is the value of tl e goods mentioned below and what all other stores get for into factions, which rend each other and as a result the horrible double correct and that Cain's condition is them; tho figutcs in (ho right hand column show what tho Bazaar will sell Association and a trip to the Atlanold man was murdered nnd robbed. considered uncertain. It is a grand cbanco to buy goods cheap. them at during this salo. murder occurred. ta Exposition is among the proba-bi- o with all tbo ferocity known to American politics. So accustomed has that Klrny Nolle. Gordon kept a watch on his wife .; treats for the knights of the Prices Dutlng This Halo. Regular Prices. Taken up by K. P. Barnard, living and saw her meet with Brown, and I.nrnc Comity Ilriiilillrnnii. party become to internal broils and ' H0DOENVIM.H, Kv., April 29. contests and dissatisfaction that in 3 miles Northeast of Beaver Dam, followed them to the bagnio kept by .T. 3fo 5c Yard'wido Medium weight Sheeting The Republicans of Larue county The people sympathize with tho viewing the harmony pervading tho Ohio county, Ky, one sorrel mare, the negro. They had been coming .r)c Bleached Cotton, fair quality 1to about 7 years old, 15 hands high, to the place every Saturday for five met on Saturday, the 27th, In convenGovernor of the State in the shamo Republican party, both as to princi4Jc Pure Indigo Prints, fair quality white star in forehead, with white weeks. Last Saturday they failed to tion, with Dr. G. D. Smock in the 60 Staplo Check Gingham Democratic Tuesday's tragedy heaps upon his ples and roauagenicnt, spots on her back caused by saddle show up, but came to day Instead. Chair, and T. B. Kirkpatrlck, SecrelOo 25c Turkoy lied Tablo Damafk family but who will sympathize with bosses and editors are want to turn and valued by me at $40.00, also one They arrived at 11 o'clock, on loot, tary. The convention passed suitable Do 12Jc Cotton Jeans, fair quality a Stato where such innumerable and a verdant green. Not satisfied at be- black horse mule with white spots Co on and went at once to n room iu the resolutions and appointed 'Cad Burba, tic Straw Ticking bloodcurdling highlife tragedies are ing green with envy or from causes back, is about 15c 17c Feather proof Ticking (warranted) 15 hands high, is 4 second story of the house. After Dr. G. D. Smock, J A, Dashnm, T. enacted. over which it has no control and years old this spring nnd valued by f 7Cc 100 Good size, good quality White Quilts J. WIlkin.Ed Salter and Wayne Wata few minthey had bien there 1 25 2 25 Extra size, good quality White Quilts i prompted also, no doubt, by the Given under my hand utes they ordered some beer. At 1 1 : son as delegates to the State conven2 25 The meeting of tho Kentucky Re theory that misery loves company, me at $50.00. day 275 Chnnillo Portarics tion at Louisville. The delegates this the 26th of April 1S95. 3 00 3 50 New Stylo flandsomo Daniatk curtains 30 o'clock Gordon reached the house publican Clubs held in Owensboro tbo Herald would fain forget the Jont B. Wilson, and engaged two rooms, paying were instructed for Bradley for GovWednesday and yesterday was quite broils ernor; Long Treasurer; Walton, Audbickering in the ranks of and J. P. O. C. for them, saying that he wished them 40 4t Much enthusiasm prea success. 20.) 35c All wool Cashmere, black and colors its own party and seek to sow tho for himself and a friend who would itor, nnd Mentz, Railroad Commist'ollrft Nnle. vailed and the meeting augurs well seed 40c All wool fine Serges,black and colors, 40 inches wide., .3lio sioner. The convention also indorsed of discord in the ranks of the Re. Our school is nearing its close, and come later. He was shown into a 20 to 25 Half wool, double width Novelty Dress Goods 12e for an active and thorough campaign publicans by casting insinuations up- students lets resolve to make this, front room downstairs, right beneath Hon. John W Lewis for Unitel States 2t)o 39c All wool Stylish Novelties, Double width in every part of the State. Senator. on tho management of the Republic- our last month, the most successful the one which his wife was occupy3? o 5c Fast Colored Lawns 5c Cotton Challies life Fulton Gordon wiped out in blood an Club recently organized here. Is one of the whole year. Gather the ing with her paramour. 50c 70c China Silk, all colors Then Gordon slipped upstairs and the wrong he suffered and we can the Herald not aware that the Club golden rule of knowledge while you Cl'c 75c Fancy Silks for Ladies' Waists pushed open tbc door which had been conceive of no just censure for his organized here did not contain every may. When Haby 'JSc tick, vo r&to her CutorU. I 25 Black Figured Tafiata Silks, best We are glad to have had so many locked by Btown and Mis. Gordon. Republican in tho county nor "300 Whra ha deed. He ought to havo killed them 09c a CblU, the tried tor Outorfa. 75c Black Figured Tafiata Silks, fair quality for their presence As he did so Brown Sprang from the When the bwarao 511m, the clung to CutorU. visitors this week, 70c Drapery Silks, big bargains 50c both and bo did it handsomely. Now or 4oo good and substantial Repubbed, having on no clothing but his When the had ChDJrcn, the gave them Castor U, let tho jury acquit him as it should licans who would do honor to the helps us, and makes us feel that our underdrawers. Without a word Gorwork is appreciated. To one and all do and thus set an cxamplo to the party as representative?" The Club don began firing. Brown had his Clothing house Prices. During this Sale. was only lately organized with about we say, come often. villians who go about seeking the G5o Children's Blouse Suits .40c Mr. II. Prudeu spent several days pistol lying near and seized it and 100 members and was entitled to send homes they may destroy. 91 00 Children's Gray Cotton mixed Caseimero Suits 80c returned the fire. Gordon soon Miss Elflie Hill returned home yes1 delegate for every 10 members at his home near Curdsville, Ky. but l)8o 1.25 Children's dark check Cassimero Suits Mr. Silas Griffin, after an absence emptied his revolver.and then sprang terday, bringing with her for the Kentucky is promised a battle or 10 delegates in all. Tho promot1.25 1.50 Children's dark gray mixed Cassimoro Suits on Brown nnd clutched his pistol. months of May and of several days on account of sickJune her sister, 2.00 Children's pretty dark blue Cheviot, double breasted 1.00 royal in the contest for U. S. Senator ers of this club would have been glad A scuffle then ensued for the proces- Mrs. Albeit France, whose guest ness, is in school again. 4 00 Children's All Wool fino dark bluo Clicviot.double breasted. . . .3.00 on the Democratic side of the house. had the whole 2,500 Republicans in Miss IsabeKe McIIenry was at X sion of the weapon. In the scuffle Miss Hill has been during the winter 2.25 Child's bluo All Wool Jcwey Suit 1.75 With Buckner, Blackburn, McCreary tbo county belonged to the Ohio Monday morning. every piece of furniture in the room in New York. She has bed a most lOo 25o Boy'sYatch Caps and Brown as starters, it will make uounty itcpuDiican uiud, or some And a Thoucand other bargains, too numerous to mention. Mr. J. W. Lytic, of Owensboro, was turned over nnd blood from enviable visit, has been admired and a political .Derby of more than ordi other like club, and thus the county made a most excellent talk Tuesday Brown's wounds bespattered the sought to a degree to satisfy even the Buckner, the Bago of would have been entitled to send 250 morning at X. nary interest. walls and floor. Gordon got the requirements of a blue-gra- ss beauty, Coc Black tiatiue Umbrellas 48c Glen Lily, and the hero of Fort delegates. But the Herald is not supMisses Gilla Pearce and Ida Stewart weapon and fired one shot into Brown, s and returns home fresh and sparkGQc 85c Black English Gloria Umbrellas is the best man in the bunch posed to deal with any matter that accompanied Miss Ida Ashby home body, and Brown sank to the floor ling from hcrconquests1 Lexington $1.00 Black Silk Gloria Umbrellas 8Do dead. and deserves to win the empty hon- savors of a fact. And a paper of the Saturday. 1 75 Press Transcript. 2.25 White China Silk sun shades ors of tbo caucus nomination. Misses Laura Render nnd Bessie Herald's caliber whose highest aim Just then, Mrs. Gordon, who had .2.60 325 White China Silk sun shades All etyl'nh young ladies will carry whlto shades this season. has been that its party might riso not Maddox spent Saturday and Sunday been watching the conflict, sprang at rt Dinner. We Tun awful tragedy which occurred by its Thcie is a perfect rago for them already. They her husband in a terrible f'lry. The There will be a basket dinner at own metits but upon the sought-fo- r at the latter's home. will be sent on approval at Louisville at noon Tuesday should Quite a number of the students at- latter tnrned and fired one shot at the New Concord Church on the third downfall of its political opponents, 2.00 BlackSun Sh.idcs V...1.C0 prove a warning to erring men and has less tended a social given by Miss Ida her just as she grappled with him. Sunday in May. Rev. R. E Smith, and less weight in the comwomen. Fulton Gordon the wrong munity as the days come and go, and Ashby Saturday night. Those pres- The bullet hit her just over the heatt. of Rockort, and Rev. Coleman ed and frenzied husband took desperBesMrs. Gordon turned and ran. Just Craig, will be present and pieach,Rev. in view of the fact that from a major- ent were, Misses Laura Render, 81.25 The Big Dollar Oxford, fino kid, solid leather 1.00 sie Maddox, Ida Stewart, Gilla Pearce, as she reached the head of the stairs W. D. Cox, of Owensboro, is also exate revenge and he wasjustifiable in 2 00 Genuine Dong, kid button ladies 1.40 ity of GOO to 800 the .HeraM has in a and Messrs. C. E. Ruby, W. E. Mor Gordon fired at her again and hit pected. Everybody come and bring his act but that cannot bring back 75c House slippers good... 60c few years led its party to a minority ton, M. P. Kimbley and A. M.Smith. her on the right side of the body. a well filled basket, everybody come Oxfords Wear the once happy home which a beauti1.00 of 300 or 400, that sheet and its sen 2.50 Finest hand turned Oxfords beauty) Croquet is quite a popular game Gordon then ran to the head of the regardless of name or order. 2.00 ful woman and her paramour have timents- - will merit still less notice with some oi the "old maids" and stairs, and snapped the pistol again, Don't forget the place, L A. C. Carter. destroyed. Sin may delay the payand consideration. "bachelors" of the school. but all the loads had been discharged. ment of its wages but when it docs Mrs. Sam A. Anderson and Miss Just then Officers Reilly and La Ileiiiibllcmi t'oiivrullon. come it is death. The l'opullat t'onvriillon. Sue Yeiser were welcome visitors at peille came up and arrested him. The Republicans of Ohio county 202 Main Street, Owensboro, Ky. Monday's Courier-Journ- al says: He said: "I caught them in the act, are called to meet in mass convention, X Thursday morning. "A tree is known by its fruits" is a Shoes, the wonderful $1 Olf Agent for Anderson's Wearfor-eve- r "The Populist committee that was Mr. J. W. Lytle highly entertained and shot them both." at the Court House in Hartford Ky. truth of universal application. It is appointed last week to make arrangeShoe, the big dollar Oxford, Lightuiug Needles, B. II. Hoes, W. Lock Stitch muslin underwear, Cream Oat meal soap, price He, Gordon was at once taken back to Saturday May iSth 1895 at one o'clock a moral yardstick by which every ments for the approaching convention the school yesterday morning with a Butterwicks patterns. the scene of the killing, and placed p. in. to select delegates to attend the man and every institution may be ac- met yesterday afternoon at Wibble's talk that none but he can make. Daphne. on a lounge in the hall. He was Republican State Convention, to be To get the goods mentioned in this advertisement at the prices named, you curately measured. If one were printing shop, on Market street, near will have to say that you saw tho "ad" in this paper. r, covered with blood and seemed to held, to nominate candidates for about planting a tice on bis premises Hancock. The State convention will Sweet Potato Mllps for Anle. Lieut. Gov., Attorney General, Auy kind and quantity. For prices, be injured, but was revived and said would ho not inquire as to its fruits? take place May 15, and it is reported Secretary of State, Auditor, TreasurDoes it by State Secretary W. P. Marsh, of &c, apply to F. E. Nelson & Son, he was simply in a faint. What is tho tree good for? If so you will get its P. 8. Are you a customer ot the Bazaar? t Brown was found lying in the er, Superintendent of Public Instruc bear regularly and is it of a variety Lawrenceburg, that "a thousand dele- Hartford, Ky. fashion paper sent to you every month frco. by sending your tion, Register of Land office, Com- southwest corner of the room, where name and address to AudersnnV Bazaar, Owensboro, Ky, that guarantees it to bo worth the gates will be in attendance." There Jlullinl.Wnriifr. missoner of Agriculture, at Louis Mr. Jo Mulhal, a popular young he was shot, right lieneath the winspaco it occupies and the outlay neces- will be nine delegates from Jefferson ville Ky., May 29th, 1895. railroad conductor, living at Louis- dow. A chair was stauding by him, Is it good or bad? county. sary in planting? Also to select delegates to the First and the body was lying doubled up On May the county convention ville, and Miss Rosa Wcerner, ot this Is its fruit pleasant to the tasto and Railroad Commissioner District, conwith the head between the wall and does it contain nourishment for the will be held. Every precinct in both city, were married in Louisville last vention to be held at Louisville Ky., county and city will be represented. Tuesday. They are both popular the dresser, which stood in the cor- May body or does it bear a blighted, 29th 1895 to nominate a candi The meeting will take place in Labor young people and have many friends ner. date for Railroad Commissioner for unsightly and nauseating fruit? Does Hall and will be called to order at here and in Louisville who join in said District. its bloom fill the air with fragrant or Arch t'nln Hurl. noon." wishing for them all the happiness By order of the County Executive Archie Cain, a barber Irom this city and disgusting with disagreeable After a married life has in store. was seriously hurt by a fall in Louis- Committee. E. D. Guiwv, Ch'm'n. odors? No sensible man wonld think Yon'e Ho Iilen short bridal tour they will locate at ville Sunday night says the OwensW. A. GinsoN, Sec'y. How nicely Hood's Satsaparilla l for a moment of planting a treo in Hodgensville. boro Messenger. Cain went up on April 3d 1895. bis yard or garden nor on his farm hits the needs of the people who feel J. Wnrrru Uitriielt Hilled. whose fruits would be bad, worthless, all tired our or run down from any Mrs. A. C. Ellis has received a letdisagreeable, not useful for some pur- cause. It seems to oil up the whole mechanism oi the body so that all ter from her sister Mrs. J. Warren Now if it be wise for individu. pose. Barnett, living at Big Sandy, Texas, als to act so, is it not equally wise for moves smoothly and work becomes delight. If you are weak, tired and stating tbat tier husband died last communities to exercise, tho same nervous, Hood's Sarsaparilla is just Friday at 10 o'clock from injuries recaution in their planting? In view ceived on Thursday when a saw log what you need. Try it. of theso observations and in the light rolled over him. Mr. Barnett was Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti- one of the best known and most popmm of theeo everyday and common senso truths, let's look at a treo planting pation, billiousuess, jaundice, sick ular men in the county previous to :R 7V1 r.J nu m Hartford is called upon to make und headache, indigestion. his going west a few years ago. His inquiro whether the tree comes up to sad and untimely death is lamented COXCOIU). by a large circle of relatives and tbo measurement required of trees Misses Georgia and Mattie Pirtle Itiends. Tho treo planted by individuals. proposed to bo planted in tho town spent a very pleasant day with Mrs. The Central City Republican has Kate Hickey last Wednesday, is of a well known variety. Tho proMrs. P. W. Pirtle and Mrs. C. Al- the following to say about the marCastorla is Dr. Samuel IMtclicr'H prescription for Infants prietor of tho nursery from which it len visited Mrs. aud Missjennie Mc- riage of a young lady who has visited nnd Children. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor succeeded in planting many hails has this place: "At the residence of the Dowell last Tuesday. is a harmless substitute other Narcotic substance. trees like it over tho earth and in fact D. There has been a Sabbath School bride's pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. J. for Paregoric. Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil. has had such trees hero until the peo organized at Concord with Mr. S, A. Younts, in Greenville, the marriage is riensant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uso by ple rooted them up a few years ago, j Seibert, Supt ; D. E, Ward, assistant rite uniting the lives of Mr. Heniy Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys "Worms and allays What is this proposed treo good for? I Supt.; Miss Cora Allen, Secretary; Myers and Miss Annie Handcock was fovcrishncss. Castorla prevents vomiting' Sour Curd, What aro its fruits? When it grew Mrs. Mollie Seibert assistant, and Mr, 8olemized at 1030 o'clock Wednescures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla rcllovcs day morning, May 1, 1895, Rev. G. here befoto and everywhere clso it A, J. Carter, Treasurer. The teething; troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. has grown or wherccver it is growing are flattering for good work and B, McDonald, of the Cumberland & Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach now, iff' fruit is and has been ever we hope the christian people will take Presbyterian Church, officiating." m m TSLx?. nnd bowels, giving1 healthy and natural sleep. Cas-tor- h. tho same. So then if planted hero an interest in trying to make it a sucTbo bust lnsuranco polio Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. it cannot bo expected to chaugo tho cess. l'llce! I'lleal Helling- I'llea. 1b an I'or Southern Daptist Convention Misses Ines York nnd Susie Duke acainst business falluro oharacter of its fruit. If it be good Symitoms Moisture; intense itch- at Washington D. C. May 9th to 16, ofi'ootivo Advortlsomont. Castorla. Castorla. ing and otlnging;most at nlghtsworse it will remain good, if bad, bad. spent Saturday night with Miss Cora i "Caitorla 1. aowcll adapted to children that by scratching. If allowed to continue tickets will be on sale May 7th and "CaitorU Itancictllent medicine for chilNclioolTnx. The leopard cannot change his spots. Allen. dren. Mothers Im e repeatedly told mt of IU I recommend It aa superior to any prescription tumors form, which olten bleed and 8th at $19 10 for the round trip. LimThe School Board has ordered that There will be a basket dinner given Tha fruits of this tree are disorder, good effect upon tbelr children." known to me." ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's ited to 3 days in each direction with II. A. Aacmm, M. D in Hattford shall have at Concord Baptist Church on the 3rd all Sa. O. C OacooD, drunkenness, violenco, Ointhunt stops theitchlng and bleed- extreme limit of 15 days from date of III 60. Oxlord Bt., Brooklyn, N. Y. lowcll, Mai. Sunday in May. Several abk preacha rebate ol 3 per cent, by paying on ing, heals ulceration, and in most crime, poverty, want, misery, heartDelegation will " Caitorla U the txit remedy for children of " Our physicians In the children's departers ate expected and a big lime iu or before the 15th of May, 14)95. cases removes the tumors. At drug- sale. The Louisville aches, tears, bloodshed, murder, diswhich I am acquainted, I hope the day It not ment have spoken highly of tbelr experigists, or by mail, for so cents. Dr. leave Louisville at 2:30 p. in. on May at general. Attest: S. K. Cox, Sec'y. Every lady is invited to 40 far dUtant when mother, will con.lder the ence In their outside practice with castorla, honor, graves and death. Its bloom Swaynefc Son, Philadelphia. 8th via. C. O.&S. W. come and bring their well filled baskreal Intere.t oflhcirchlldrcn, and m Caitorla and although we only have among our is the blight of manhood, its Everybody Tune Nolle. ttutead of the various quaclc coatrum which medical supplier what la known as regular II. MURRiCk-.Ag-t. Half rate excursion to the Louisets. the ruin of youth. Its every Instead of saying the said town in are dettroylnc tbelr loved onea, by forcing products, yet we are free to conic., that the & S. W. R.. ville races via. the C , O. Miss Mabel Duke spent Saturday fruit and every influonco is ovil and opium, morphine, toothing tyrup and other merits of Castorla has won us to look with the notice of an election I should hurtful agent, down their throat., thereby favor upon It." Dr. Price's Cream linking Powder R, nn Derby Day Monday, May, 6th, degrading. Will Hartford plant the and Sunday with Miss EfTie York. have sal 1 the "said district," in reending them to premature grave.." World's Pair Highest AwsrJ. Uwitkd Hoarrrax add Dishkust, tree? God forbid? Mr. Thomas Duke has pneumonia. Clark Day Monday, May, 13th, and Da. J, 1'. ICiMciiaLos, gard to the graded common school at Boston, Mats, Saturday, May 18th. Free admission Messrs. Bob Duke, Dave Duke and Fordsville. Conway, Ark. Alum C. Suito, Prti, C. P. Keown, 0. O.C. Ifyouwantto reach the people Lonnle Hohlmer nre on the sick list. to the field on Derby Day and Clark The) Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. LliKLS WHIKE ill IIM I1IIR. How ate ptoplegoing to know why Miss Bertha Allen, who ii living Day. For further Information apply with your advertisement, place it in LJI Uert Cbiwti bjrup. Taie GuxJ. Uh I F71 Hi in lima. M..M Ii. rtmirl.i. wllll Nfra 7' K Tlnatou m.nf Sitnr. they should trade with you if you to any agent of the Chesapeake, Ohio Tun Rkpuumcan, and everybody will v I.L Jl THMffN HoHjBf3zv 1 (felt. and Southwestern R. R. day and Sunday with her parent), don't tellltthrougbTHR Rrpuiuc in. BTaft BSHI tT7fTtU I' 1 TiiKCoroiiJsiJuryiinocio H- !! I ii. .. ' AJ JB. I Got(M brM Jln. Mrflndfoti Ikto&mM, ftftfirft Is' fll fcTl fl lllirfi!j J 1 I I uo TH LmTBhl g)flffi efWIfifiW w&le '"I160!5' fcl,lIn"Vr,y'1t asuo I ('Here are sevcrw retwits tolrunow 1 - "Tit. '""S Hrh- IT - . . Killed by . I ru ion 'B-oOfl TdYOU RSELF, nf Mnnv ! mmmMfito Bffij .t,. auiuu creditors, rr oQiftf W A t(inir01s(kettotbegato possible, no matter what your i yoM' fnmilt,your dollar gd asiarjis feagipFiTSffir ' Representative. .r m mm 1- . fte sliofJsrandqioJliiDg: 6 tMt "rMAtB missWoS'Mt ; . It ,1 . ' Fields-Adkin- Bazaar, Owensboro, Ky., that will open on the 1st and continuo till the 31st day of May. Of Dry dfeods, "cSlZLrEk ShooscarAndorson's Doraostlos. ' tJi" son-in-la- pen-cii- lo 3c Dtess C3rOOa.S ,nL3J3ll3Z.3. ni ni oiotnmg. Don-elso- n, 3Bis JOto lxx XJxn.'tor'ollisis. .... ft. Iln-k- i " SliOes. Jin a fnr-ev- 40-3- Anderson's Bazaar, S. W. ANDERSON. Gov-eno- 4o-4- n Baggies, Carriages, pring Wagons, (parts' than Ever. x Lighter, Better and Cheaper IS ra?2r2r3jl mmm. It It It Call and seo our Itubbor Tiro and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness and Saddlery Goods. 110 pros-pec- ts JOHN G. DELKER, 112 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, OwenslaorOi - Jl rl -- MIW),lMWpWJRP ' & tf - 3 "THERE OTHER S AB Awarded Highest Ifonors World's Fair. rlnnetox'i frrfdlio. Misses Lj yjnd B&ta Morton, Co Griffin spent Mrs. Rd DR; SiturUoy nfBTSunday" with W. Taylor nt( Greenville. Nervous Fooplo thould rrollto Mr. Wm. P. tier mid Miss Nell'c Young, both Of Rockport, were unit, cd in the holy bonds of matrimony Tuesday at the home of the bride. that the only truo ami permanent euro lor their condition In to bo found In having Became tho health of every organ and tlMua ot tho body depend! upon the purity of tho blood. The whole World knows the ttandard blood purifier It A TWISTER. For In twisting atwlst Three TWISTS make atwist; But If one of thetwlsts Untwist from the twist, The twist untwisting Untwists the twist." It's tho wuno way with Clothing that Is tho ordinary kind. Wo have ecou Clothiug that seemed to bo twitted all out of shapo after being worn a few limes. Our Clothing don't do that way. It's mntlo by scientific tailors and niado to FIT and WEAR WELL. Our lino of Spriog Clothiug was never equalled befnro in this county. Nobby, stylish Suits in all the popular cuts nud figures. Dress Suite, Business Suits, Wedding Hulls everything needed by those who wear pants. After you havo worn our Clothing you will find that it never gets twisted or out of shapo. Pure Blood "A twister in twisting May TWIST him aTWIST, CREAM BUT - BAKING THE PUG CO. ,-- MOST PERFECT MADE. A mmm FOR SATISFACTORY DEALING IN pure Crape Creim of Tartar Powder, free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. " Mr. Lem AIcHenry graduated at the Louisville Law School Monday and was sworn in to practice at that bar. He arrived at home yesterday. An infant child of Mr. HyWard living in the Adaburg country, fell into a tub Ol water last Saturday and was drowned 'before it was discovered. r Sarsaparilla Makes Hood's Dry Goods,Notions, Dress Goods, Baled hay for sale by Field & Hot-bro- ok. Clothing and Shoes is Miss Ada Carson has teturned from McHenry. " Mr. 'Ben D. Rlngo went fort Wednesday. to Frank By request of the pastor, Rev. Brcnglc, Dr. J. S. Coleman will deliver' a series of special s nitons to the Baptist Church at Central City on the second Sunday. Services at the Union Church. Mrs Jno. Pirtle diet at her home at Central City last Sunday and was buried Monday Jn the family burying grounds. She was a good christian lady" and leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss. And therefore It U the only true and reliable medlolno for nervous people. It makes the blood pare and healthy, and thin carte) nervousness, make the nerves Arm and Dtrong, gives aweet sleep, mental vigor, a good appetite, perfect digestion. It does all this, and cures Scrofula, Eczema, or Bait Rheum and all other blood diseases, because It FAIR BROS, Take Staple f fij Pure Blood Take si s. ,. 1' ". Take yr i i Take Take Take Anything - - " Judge Jno. P. Morton was on the A new bridge will in a short while sick list this week.- be put across Rough Rlverat Phillips' .Mrs, H. IVTaylor returned from Station. It is- - being built by subJ Goods ,m9- Louisville yesWrday. scription and will soon be ready for l Gol Shirting 5c, Good Cottonade loc, Good Calico' 4c, , Mr. E. D. Guffy was in Greenville travel. It will be great convenience tor the people living- - on eilther side Best Domestic 5c, Good Bed Ticking 10c. Sec theni.i Monday on business. of the River. Davis and Ames Buggies for sale was never a finer assortment in town. There , by Field & Holbrook. Many delinquent subscribers have Mr, K. J. A(cKenney, Beaver Dam, recently sent us amounts due us, but "" Clothing" was in town yesterday. then others have not. We sincerely Call at Tim Republican Office and thank all that have lemlttcd, and we Boys Knee Suits 5 to 13 yiars 90c, Youths Suits, 3 piece sincerely stand ready to sincerely goods, $ j.50, Men Wool Suits $5.00, Men very fine Suits, get a writing pad free. thank the others when they thus sinMr. G. C. Westerfield, Louisville, sacks and frocks, $j 50 to f. 15.00. cerely favor us. OTHERS BI.OW is in Hartford this week. CLOTHING, but wc SUM, THEM. Messrs. Carson &Co's "ad" In this S. C. Taylor, Rochester, issue shows that this popular firm is was in town this week. still in business, and wants your Millinery trade. When in town, call on them, Mr. Jno. M. Bishop, Centertown, and mention Tub Republican which was in town Wednesday. 1st, We have a trimmer that cannot Lc excelled, and. is a guarantee you will get the full Subscribe for Tub RisrunucAN and We bought our goods for cash. 3rd. We cany the stock. worth of your money. keep up with the procession. 4th. The prices are the lowest, the style the latest. Hon. John J. McIIenry left Monday Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hardwick, Visit us before buying. tor Denver, Col., where he will spend Owensboro last week. were in a few weeks. He was accompanied Hartford merchants are having a as far as Louisville by Mrs. T, L. Dress Goods"" good trade in almost every line. Griffin, Mrs. John. J. McHenry, and t-latest Style, Jaeonat Duchesse, Marquise Cordelles, DimMrs. WC H. Rhoads, near town, has Miss Isabellc McHenry, who will ities, Haiti and Coloied Mnlls, Tercals, White Goods, spend several days in the city. been quite sick for several days. India Linens, Scotch Ginghams, Ducks, Crepons, Wool You can find anything you want in The old reliable firm of Fair Bros. Dress Goods. Lowest prices guaranteed. the grocery line at Stevens & Rial's. & Co. have again made their appearGarden Hoes and Rakes and going ance with a display "ad" in which Shoes" for less than cost at Stevens & Rial. they quote some low prices, and ask for your patronage. When you call Mr. W. T. Hunter, who has been on Priesmeyer goods are the best, and every pair is warrantthem mention Tim Republican sick for some time, is able to be out ed. A guarautee from us mean something. and you will always get good bars Don't buy again. . gains. your slippers until you Inspect our line. Mr. Robt. Simpson and Miss Laura BEAVER DAM. Embry, of Rosine, were married last 1 iff .. Miss Sophia Warner was in Louisville this week. Hf B Be Sure to Get Hood's Results prove every word we have said. Thousands of voluntary testi- monials fully establish the tact that AND OUR DRESS You juet ought to eeo 'era. over shown in Hartford. GOODS-WE- LL! UfCS "I have been afflicted with nervous- - Tho prettiest lino of dainty fabrics Splendid values at poverty prices. There is no reason why every woman should not be well dressed who will visit our store, for she is euro to Gnd tho goods eho is hunting and tho prices nro a small consideration. And then wo havo other things besides Dress Oooods tlint women wear. Hood's Pills curs all liver till, constipation, biliousness, slckheadaehe, Indigestion. 29a, lleiKtemon s The Henderson Journal says; The first regular meeting of the stock" holders of the Henderson Fair Association was held Saturday alternoon in the Pythian building: It was decided to hold a fair this year and preliminary arrangements have been perfected. The date for the holding of the meeting was decided. It will be inaugurated September 10 and continue through the 14th. lnlr. We havo Ribbons, Hair Ornaments, Gloves, Belts and Buckles, Colltfia and Cuffs In fact overything that' woman wear or have to do with. All guaranteed to bo of tho' untwisted kind and tho prices the smallest thing about them. OUR MILLINERY Has been the talk of the county. When And no wonder. you see one ol the Hats Mies Sarah Collins sends out you know it, because its tho prettiest Hat you over saw. And the prices just as with other things you get at our store, you don't mind 'cm. al-w- ayi IN FURNITURE Wo are completely stocked. Wo havo tbo prettiest Chairs you ever saw. Wo have the handsomest and most serviceable Bed Rodiu Suits you over laid eyes on. Then wo havo Tables, Hat Racks, Bedsteads, Springs, Mattrecscs, Ac, till you can't rest until you lay down on one of our Couches, which are tho most restful pieces of Furniture you could buy. And the prices just as before, "r The directors will begin labor at once and have everything in readiness for a successful meeting. At the proper time a corps of workmen will begin tearing down and building. The grand stand will be largely renovated and made comfortable in every respect. The track will be leveled and put in perfect condition. It is not improbable that the electric railway will extend their line to the grounds. The fair will be oflhe old fashioned kind, like the ones the elder genena-tio- n delight to talk about. Liberal premiums will be offered in every department. OUR GROCERY Lino We always keep full stocked up on everything to eat tho very freshest and best. For staple and fancy Groceries of al lkinds, you need go no further than our storo. Trices samo old story. is neve neglected. The U. S. Gov't Reports CALL AND SEE USI If you don't see it. what you want( call for it you'ro suro to get Wo make a point to keep fully stocked up with all the vaWe'll treat you well, avo rious supplies that families need. you money on your purchases and please you well. Sunday. ri Fresh evaporated Aprlcots.Peaches, We arc certalniugly leading in every line. We buy lor French Prunes and Raisins, at Stevcash and sell strictly for same, hence we can afford to sell ens & Rial's. lower than our would - be competitors. Bring us your Mr. W. A. Gibson is improving WOOL, HGGS and FEATHERS. Wc will pay highest nicely, and it is hoped he will be out brice. in a short time. ss A nowsy Lottor Prom our show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Thriving Llttlo Noighbor. Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO, Prop. Friday, Mav SecDclker's "ad." See Evans Bros, 3 1895. Mr. and Mrs.Wahlbold Owensboro Monday. returned to "ad." "ad." See Martin & Smith's Dr. E. W. Ford was in Fordsville this week on business. Mr. Hugh Robards returned to his home in Henderson county Saturday. Mr. J. S. R. Wedding and wife visited iriends at Rosine last Saturday. Capt. David Duncan, Messrs. D. J. Duncan and Wm. Her, Rockpart.were in town Tuesday. Bring your wool to Carson & Co. Come to Carson Goods. & Co's. (or Straw See The Louisville House's "ad," Furniture We are headquarters for Millinery Goods. Carson & Co. Trof. F. P. Stum, Fordsvllle, was Mr. J. W. Lytic leaves for his home in Owcnsboro in town Saturday and Sunday. after spending We will pay the highest market a week visiting his mother. piicc for wool. Carson & Co. Messrs. J. L. Catson & Son have just finished j neat little house for We have a pretty line of Laces and Mrs. Elizabeth Bell in the Northern Carson & Co. Embroideries. part of town. Anything that you want in Wash Mr. Jno. H.Baize,Balzetown, passed Fabrics can be found at Carson & through town Monday en route to Co's. Owcnsboro to attend the Republican Miss Sara Collins, Milliner for Car- Club Meeting. son & Co., is having an Immense Mr. Sam Smith, living a few miles trade this season. east of town, is suflering greatly with Mr. J. P. Sanderlur will, in a few a disease of the eyes. He has nearly days., move into his new law office lost the use of his left eye. by the Commercial Hotel. Miss Annie Borah, Cromwell, and See the beautiful Jlne of Wash Mrs. Caroline Chapman and Miss 01-lWard, Beda, called to see us while Silks, Satins, Dimities, Piques and in town Monday. Percals at Carson & Co's. d Eld. I. H. Teel will begin a Messrs Robt. and Thomas Duke, meeting at Alexander School-hous- e of Sulphur Springs, who have been next Monday night. Everyquite sick for several weeks are imbody invited to be present. proving. t, Messrs. E. D Guffy and C. M. ,A copy ol the record lu the recent two ef our brightest lawyers, whisky contest has been completed and forwarded to the Court of Ap- were sworn In and admitted to pracpeals. The case will perhaps not be tice law before the Court of Appeals while in Frankfort last week. reached before next September. Tobacco plants throughout the A new telephone Is being put up from Hlnes' Mill to Phillips' Station county are in good condition and reon the Falls of Rough railroad. It Is ports say there will be a large crop being built by the citizens along the raised in the county this year. A line and will be a great convenience, great deal of old tobacco U still on Mr. W. F, Bean, Sulphur Springs, hand, Mr, D. J. Duncan, Rockport, has called to see us Wednesday. He lepottsa great deal of sickness In his been elected State Secretery of the country, and says the cut worms arc Junior Order United American Meplaying havoc With the crops. chanics. Mr. Dnncan is a worthy Misses Hennie and Maggie Gueu-tb- er young gentleman and will fill the poentertained a few of the young sition admirably. people last Monday Evening. Cards We Invite the attention ot our reaand dancing were the order of the ders to the advertisement of Mr. S, evening and all had a pleasant time. W, Anderson, Owcnsboro, which apHartford String Bind furnished mus- pears in this issue. Mr. Anderson is ic. The following namea were in well known to Ohio county people Mr. and Mrs, E. D Gufly, and all will hall with delight the s Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Matthews, of his name as still being in Mary Hocker, Rachle Sanderfur, the lead. He recognizes the superiCarrie Warner, Ada and Bee Brown, ority of Tub Riu'Uulican as an adElla Cox, Eva Morton, Etta Thomas, vertising medium and tells his Ohio Carrie Cox, and Messrs. Lee Stevcounty friends of special bargains he ens, Owen Thomas, Robt D, Walker, is ofTerlng. Call on him when in R. T. Collins, Henry Carson, Jas. P. Oweusboro and inentiouVTitu you will get great bargains. Thomas.Juo. T. Moore. ie Bar-ne(Mis-AcRurun-i,iCANand Rev. J. B. Perryman filled his regular nppolntmcnt here Sunday. Rev. I. H, Teel has been sick for baled hay, If you want first-clacall on Field & Holbrook. They have several days and was unable to fill his appointment nt Central City. the very best. Mesdames O. P. Brunton, Perry Mrs. Sherman Stevens, Morgan-fiel- d, visited friends and relatives at Westerfield and Alice Barnard, have been sick for the past two weeks. Beda last Sunday. Mr. J. E. McKcnney and family, Mr. Edna Hunter, of Beaver Dam, were mar- Taylor Mines, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. ried 011 the 24th, ult. Dr. W. T. McKenney has Hon7T.S. PcUirwiU"7peak at from his Butler couty trip. returned Beaver Dam June 24th,"the occasion Messrs E. P. and Byron Barnes, being a Masonic Picnic. and sisters, Misses Emma, Fannie and Fordsville peopleare enthusiastic in Lizzie, accompanied by Misses Martliclreflorts toestablish a Graded Com- garet Clark, Mabel Sweatte.Rosa Taymon School in that town. lor, Mollie Renfrew, Maggie Metcalf, Place your advestiseraent in Tim N. May Friend, Viola Pirtle and Rkpubmcan and it will be read by Messrs. E. H. Patteison, Ed Johnson, C. P. Austin, Berry Roller, spent 10,000 people every week. Sunday at their home in the country. No Creek Select School will hold They report a delightful trip. appropriate exercises this evening, it Mr. R. P. Hocker and wife spent being the close of the term. Sunday afternoon at Mr. Eliza MilMr. Jo Shultz, a highly respected ler's in the country. gentleman of Prentis, died last SatMiss Mabel Sweatte is in Rockport urday and was buried Sunday, this week. " iiss R.7r-RTieyand3- Notice. All persons having claims against the town of Hartiord, Ky., are requested to present same to the You're in the Right Place When You Trade OARSON & CO., wira HARTFORD. aSJi undersigned Secretary ol the Board of Trustees on or before -- 4-S0MS SAMf(,e 3 Piece Solid Oak only Bed-Room REDUCTION ALL ALONG THE LINE. Suits, f ftiesS-4' - June 1st, 1895, for adjustment. Done by order of Board, April 12,1895. C. L. FIELD, Chairman pro uyii-u.UKtN- largo Bevel Plate, J V x $11.90. 815.00 f Extra large Plato, 3 Piece Oak Suit for Large Solid Oak Sideboard Bevel Plato, nicely carved 'and finished; together with C high bnck Oak Dining Chairs all tem. secretary. for....' 815.00 For the Interstate Drill and Encampment at Memphis, Tenn,, May 11 to 2 1st 1895, tickets will be on sale May 10 to 13th at one fare (8.50) for the round trip good until May 23rd H. Merrick, Agt. to return. Parlor Rults 816.50, and up. "WE lead in STOCK and STYLE, PRICES RIGHT." and MAKE tho We want Write or your TRADE. come to SEE us. 104-20- The Lexington Business College.; (INCORPORATED ) Mr. Frank Casebier spent Sunday and examine our prices on at his home in Rockport. China and Glassware. Mr. I. P. Barna"r37Loulsville, is in Stbvbns & Riai,. town this week. The new Methodist Church will be Miss 011ieSmith,Dyersburg,Tenn., dedicated nt Beaver Dam Sunday, and is paying Miss Rosa Taylor a viit a large crowd cill be in attendance. this week. If you ride in an Ames or, Davis The M. E. Church will be Buggy you will be comfortable all the the coming Sunday. Mr. time, For sale by Field & Holbrook. Joe D. Tanner, Morgantown will lead Mr. J. T. Threlkel and Miss Lukie the choir. Miss EUaMcBea th, Leltch-fielAttyb. organist. Milligan, Hamilton, were married at . . the home of the bride on the 25th, When so many people are taking Cull ded-icat- S&9 MARTXXT & SMITH, 0,ocrensDoror 3SLy-6 E. Main, Herndon-CarterCo- . XOCTCE. d, and deriving benefit from Hood's Mr. Shelby Taylor is making great Sarsaparilla, why don't you try it improvements on the property, which yoursell? It is highly recommended. he recently bought on Washington Street. Mrs. Dr. E. W. Ford is spending a few weeks with her parents, Col. and Mrs. W. II. Moore, near Sulphur Springs, ult. A (tad Accident, Messrs. C. M. Barnett, D.M. HockLast Sunday Mrs. James Chlnn and er, D. F. Tracy and E. D. Guffy are son, Owen, left their home at Beda to attending the League Meeting at go to Liberty, where her mother was Owensboro this week. to be buried that evening, and while pjsslng through town the horse beFor the races at Louisville, Ky., came unmanageable, run and kicked May 6, 13 and'i8th 1895, tickets will the front part of the buggy out and be on sale Mays, 12 and 17th for breaking Mrs. Chinn's hip, which fa. 00 round trip good until May 7, 14 will lay her up for a considerable and 20th to return. Tickets will be while. Immediately after the accion sale for train No. 8 on mornings of dent Dr. Pendleton was called In, and 6, 13 and 18th also. III. Mbrkick, by careful work fixed the broken Agent, bones, and she rested well Sunday Monday morning she was The Hartford Commercial Club night, will bold Its annual meeting for the placed in a spring wagon and conveyed to her home and at last accounts purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year, at the Court House Fri- was resting as well as could be exday night, May 10. Let every man pected. in Hartford turn out and help invigoCry rate this old town with new life and C. R. Martin, Sec'y. energy. Tub Rkmjdmcan knows of a wedding which is in highlifein Hartford, but of course, will not divulge the names yet. Wanted! 10,000 pounds ot wool at once. Will pay 16 cents per pound for same. J. B. Foster. Children Pitcher's Castor! for should send to Williams& Bell, Hartford, or to the drug store in your "Pibri-line- " For General Assembly Cumberland own town aud get a bottle of Tostless Quinine. It will cost Church"" at Meridian Presbyterian best thing on Miss. May 16th to- - 28th, tickets will only 25 cts and is the earth for children or any one else who be on sale May 13th 14th and 15 at bitter Quinine. $14.30 for the round trip, good till can't take June 3d to return. "How (o Cure nil Hklu Irlaemrs." II. Mkrrick, Agent. Simply apply "Swayne's OintTHE PaiSTItlL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, V ruffes.) (OunnnlalumMKtMaU A ment." No internal medicine requirUlKlie.l OlUrlal Ijidoreriuml. (lie Hot; Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all ed. Uommoiiuealtlj tbu Irrl4rnj rrnur of the College, anil lb Kwrelarj; and The World's of lh btatt the face, nose, &c. .leavHoturlty Trim mid blkty showed no baking powder eruptions on clear, white and.healthy. ol lrriuurcr.UnlnffIlia IHiilomiw. ing the skin IL VmiU lo so puro or so great In leav- Its great healing and curative powers Itl.COM MbN !).! IIV UrinjrofluMHiiful nalarles itud.nli. wheme dolUir sgnrrgate huudrc!. ol ?r annum Ihoiitantl.of are possessed "by no other'remedy. ening power as the Royal. Hrum o ihs lesdlns pro. rlod; fwilbiifti and Lnalnu. '""" w' Ask your druggist for Swaynr'3 ' or nrlual, nd patroui. Ufttrm Ointment, 34 iyr. bu.lurn In.trurllou uud In tut) n n,l maknlm iiilm"luaHbny ollitr I.1T1.HT .INI IIIUIUVT AwlltllN. "Alt Msdaljand lh tint rremlurai Uold and llrun Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell IHitlomta, .to " al lbs Inlrrunlloual Midwinter Kxpoaltlon. awarilod iba atrni of "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great remIlrail uwd lu tbla oll.f.practical ir lIualiKvn llrpartmrnt. 13 raie co. awountanl, edy for children and guaranteed every iiii;u.NT AWAifi or iloiti.iVM bottle, remember it always saves the LUMIIIIN EXI'ONITION lo, American KJS; tern or ethortband," tauiht In this ll'llei"! '.! Iba lllsbnt Lailaneuienl lu Ilia World children" and cost only sscts per Ueparliuenl lan to the bead of our bhortliand reporter) Irom lha autliora lol tbla aj jlera bottle. NHuerliile-udrnoToiir OWENSBORO WHEEL CO,,, TIf.KJIIAlIIY Jtullnur and THewrapli Njale-i- baa a record ot II ycara' practical Xer)iu, from Mini OwEMBiiouo, Ky. 38.2ra your subacrlpllouT llniejou paid aOperator in t hist Train PKralulier. with lb. na a larg.al Trunk I Inea In America Kudord b Opratcra lnln Diipattbera Huperlnl.ndenta A u Ailverllseuitut lu lha paper Is Mr, Bulllngton will give you the and S lowllui ruiiwar and leleiraph coimiaulea. III World ownlni and Tlia only Mtiool In Hallway wor thlsfooii Ihs tsars. best shave and will trim your hair iu operating a fuuiplrie rlem (or Ibi purpoa of Dltliu Ha graduate! to fo direct lo the latest style If you will give him prertfoal operator. MOST IN QUANTITY. BE8TINQUAUT BalJSOI.IIlllAl. INHtlllXTIO.V In III a call. department! XollaullorU ritl.li wllh any count, rnmantiln, lloelneea rorreepoudenee Commercial Law, Commercial Arllhin.tte and Biwlllni year Wlijr not do so hi once-p- ay "Our Uuoraulr I'lan," I'ONITinNH. II. ufeacrlpllou. entire" Writ, for will aava you money ,, ,. IIOJIK Mi HOY. lb .t for Instruction.. a73.00O.OO Uuaranlr our LMIlii la aa renreeenled, or money re Wantbd. To employ a lady or srw uiiiunii M.euAN lunded. WHITE'S MUM gentlemen toactasour General agent. perMust be a hustler and able to furnish perfect Tenia. lion Tb lari.t ud fectly equipped Uualurea CoIletT llulldlug good references. Salary f 50.00 per FOR 20 YEARS you rratauponihe rord only Address month and a commission. Has led nil WORM Remedies. you lha 'earn.," or a mors Ibey sir f EVERY thorough rourw." In " I'M Uu." or I"" a I0TTLE IHARANTEEI. with stamps. complete to tuon.y." etc. than II lakes or auon SOLD BY AI.I, nuuuaiaTS. ciaim., course Willi ua Rogers Surrtv Co., llwr rnfeifM fee lli.y an tale, llluitratxl Calalogua fret. smiiisox assaiis to., ST. ions. Olive St., St. I.ouls, Mo. 40 im Isiiiili . are headquarters on See tlicir"ad" in this issue. wool. ths TJnlt3 I wurr STS17 sua and woman I snd Whlikj lUtss InUrsilsd In tss Opium on thsas die kablU to bar. 01s of my books 11. Woonsr, AUanti, Ua. easat. Addrsis II. box (M, ua on wUl bs ssnt 70a frss. .. .. Every family in Ohio county, Fair Tests dtparl-Bt-n- Ilnok-llrrpln- Wanted! 200,000 feet each Oak and Hickory lumber. -- WORMS! VERMIFUGE! 'immnHi .. r Hartford RepHljlictn Friday, May 3, 1895. CATAI.TH OF THE KIDNEYS. Somotimos Callod Bright's Hart-man'- s Dlscaso-D- r. Latest Looturo. In tlie cburse of n recent lecture nt the Surgical Hotel Dr. Hattman said: "Catarrh of the Kidneys Is a very common disease, growing more and more common each year. The symptoms are pain In the back; scanty, btghcolorcd urine, containing albu men and various sediments; nausea, and sometimes vomittlng; puilincss of the face and feet; dropsy of the legs; shortness of breath and general weakness, pallor and dryness of the skin, chilly feelings, alternating with fever and sleeplessness. of re-r- a na "A should be taken before each meal, between meals and at bedtime, and enough at produce one natural action of the bowels each day. When the disease is of should be applied to heated the back in addition to the above treatment, and the diet consist principally of milk and dry toast. Avoid liquors and tobacco." table-spoonfMan-a-lig a ft i r I Frederick R. Coudett, who is recognized as leading In practice of law in this country, and whose services as counsel to the Beh ring Sea Arbitration Commission brought him prominently before two continents, was seen recently. When nsked for his view of report that force would be used to compel Nicaragua to accede to Great Britain's demand, Mr. Coudcrt said: If I were an enemy to Grcnt Britain I would be glad if she did. Our people don't want bombardment by our industry. oreigu people on this continent. We regret that Mr. Bayard's remarks were not published; hence it Whether it is against the Mo.troe is impossible to say how he accepted doctrine or not, the American jeople t. the congratulations upon revival in have a strong feeling on that English trade which Mr. Bryce said "They don't like lo see a big ra were due "to the settlement of the Tariff question" in the United, and nt tion bullying a little one, even if the big nation is the United States and Economist. our expense. the little one Chili. Thirty Thoiianml Dollar In Alilliora. "In the next place, these small reThe "Story ot Mystery." For publics on this continent belong to Chicago Record's recently inauguraone family, II not by blood, at least ted publication ofserial stories clever, MEDICAL riOOK IREB. by proximity, by points of contract ly 'constructed so as to enlist the Drug Manufacturing The and by sympathy with the example Co. of Columbus, Ohio, are offering reader's interest in the discovery of a mystery, disclosed of free government which we have two medical books, free, post-paiset. It. would seem to be a wiser polone on catarrh and catarrhal diseases, only in the last chapter, has been reBritain to get through ceived with such great favor by its icy for Great the other on spring medicines and with Egypt before starting with Nicspring disease. These books con-t- readers that it is impelled to secure aragua. She is arousing the resentn the very latest and most reliable for their entertainment the best work in the ment of one great nation in Europe, information on these important sub- of the best living to English language. To this end it and it may not be prudent for her jects. inflame the prejudices, if you choose following announcement: For free book on cancer address Dr. makes the of the great nation of The Chicago Record offers to authors to call them so, Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. m sum of $30,000 for original stories the Western Hemisphere. the . "Bombarding helpless towns is at lint lean I'onutT written in English, no parts of which best brutal and expensive. It may The Convention was called to order have ever been heretofore published. by Chairman J. F. Kimbly, who stat- The offer is made upon the following turn out that the expense may be ed the object of the meeting. Law-so- n conditions: $20,000 will be paid in greater to Great Britain than to NicRoss was elected Chairman and twelve cash prises for the best twelve aragua. "The most painful part of it is that P. II. Hafly, Secretary. A committee stories. The money will be divided on resolutions was appointed with F. as follows: Frst Prize $10,000 Second so great a Government should delibII, Roberts as chairman. While the Prize 3,000 Third Prize 1,500 Fourth erately take a step backward. The committee was getting ready to re- Prize 1,000 Fifth Prize 800 Two Prizes whole sentiment of the world is port, E. T. Franks addressed the con- of $600 each 1,200 Five Prizes of $500 against a settlement of disputes by old fashioned way of war, and arvention. each 2,500. Making a total of $20,-00- 0 the be the hope The resolutions reaffirm the Repubwill be paid for the bitration is growing to The first prize lican platform of 1892, and is opposed story adjudged to be the best, the of the civilization. "As the century closes, I cannot to the free and unlimited coinage ol second prize for the story adjudged silver. That part of the resolution the next best, the third prize for the help tninking that this coercion on which endorsed W. O. Bradley for story adjudged to be the third In mer- the part of a powerful nation against governor was received with loud ap- it, the fourth prize for the fourth in a weak one, which might result in plause from the large nnd enthusias- merit, fifth prize for the fifth in mer- war, is worse than a blunder it is a Louisville Post. tic convention. it, two prizes of $600 each and five crime The resolutions were adopted with prizes of $500 each, thus making the Ntnlr Polities. every man in the convention standtotal of twelve prizes in $20,000. says: The Springfield News-Leading on his feet and yelling for Brad$10,000 additional will be paid at The Republicans of Washington to the convenley. The delegates go space rates for stories of accepted valtion at Louisville uninstructed as to ue, but which may not be awarded county met in mass convention at the court house Monday for the purpose the rest of the ticket, but it is under- any of the twelve cash prizes. of selecting delegates to attend the stood that they are for Taylor for AtThe stories submitted in this com W. F. Neikirk torney General, N. B. Chambers for petition are required to be "stories of State Convention. was chosen chairman, and W. M. Register of the Land Office, and O. mystery," in order that readers may Hardin Secretary. Upon motion the W. Long for Treaeuror. be offered prizes for guessing.the. so m mi chair appointed a committee on resoKutljnrd Kipling lollellirii lo Iiidln. lutions of the mystery in advance of lutions consisting ot C. R. Filiatreau, Rudyard Kipling will shortly re- their publication. W. D. Sharp, F. S. Hill, E. S. Mayes The stories must reach The Chica Resolutions were turn to India where he will prepare and W. O. Reed. office of publication, for The Cosmopolitan twelve articles go Record, at its oflered and unanimously adopted in 181 Madison Street, Chicago, III., beto appear in the American and Engwhich they renewed their faith to the lish editions ofthatmagaizine. India fore October i, 1895, and the awards party principles nnd arranged the is one ol the most interesting of will bs made as soon after that date Democratic party for its maladminiscounttics, and Mr. Kipling is able to as they can be read and judged. For tration and misrule in both State and write of it as no one else. His work full information authors will address National affairs. The delegates were will be looked foiwaid to with world- Victer F. Lawson, Publisher of The instructed to cast the vote of the U. S. Chicago Record, Chicago, III., wide expectation. county for Hon. W. O. Bradley, for A. Governor; Geo. W. Long, for TreasPerhaps the most beautiful series urer; C. J. Walton, for Auditor, of pictures everpresentedof the Rocky Cry and W. C. Bell, lor State Superinmountains will be lound in a collection of fourteen original paintings, tendent. They further resolved that in the event the State Convention deexecuted by Thomas Moian for the cided to name a man for U. S, Senator May Cosmopolitan. To those who Mew Church. The first M. E. Church of Beaver to allow the name of John W. Lewis have been in the Rockies, this issue ol The Cosmopolitan will be a souv- Dam will be dedicated on the first to be presented and to use all honoraenir worthy of preservation. This Sunday in May by Rev. J. W.Turner, ble means to secure him the endorseoriginal of Louisville. There will be services ment. number contains fifty-twdrawings, by Thomas Moran, Oliver at 10:30 a, m., 3:30 p. in. and 7:3a Hetford, Dan Beard, H. M. Eaton, p. m. on Sunday. Everybody in the Tthe Glasgow Republican says: At a mass meeting of the RepubF. G. Attwood, F, O. Small, F. Llx, county is invited to attend with a licans of Metcalfe county at EdmonJ. II. Dolph, and Rosina Emmett well filled basket, and bring some Now, we hope the ton Monday to select delegates to the S hetwood, besides six reproductions one with you. of famous recent works of art, and people will understand that all are Sate Convention Hon. David Faulkinvited to come, regardless of name ner was chosen chairman and Perry forty other interesting illustrations ninety-eigh- t They instructed in all. Though the Cos- or or order. There will be other men Murray, secretary. mopolitan sells for but fifteen cents, of ability in attendance, so everyone their delegates to vote for Hon. W. probably no magazine in the world will have on opportunity to hcarsome O. Bradley, of Lancaster, for GovernCome. Yours, able preaching. or; Dr. C. J. Walton, ol Hart, for Auwill present for May so great a num I. B. Peruvman. of illustrations specially designed fot ditor; Hon. G. W. Long, of Grayson, 33 8t for Sreasury; Hon. W. S. Taylor, of its pages by famous illustrators. The on THE FINE SADDLE AND HARNESS STAL- Butler, for Attorney General; W. R. fiction in this number Is by F. LION Smith, Gustav Kobbe, W. DicKerson, of Rockcastle, for Super.Clark Russell, Edgar W. Nye, and intendent, and Hon. E. H. Hentz, of T. C. Crawford. Barren, forR.R. Commissioner ol the first district and sent their delegates The i:iikIIIi Clinmlier of Commerce. uninstructed as to the remainder of annual meeting At the thirty-fiftthe ticket. of the Association of Chambers of Commerce of the United Kingdom, Cry Tor which was held from March 12 to March the 14, Sir Albert K. Rollit, ptcsident, said: American Tariff Reform has (notwithstanding the adverse influence of the resurrection ol the silverquestion) so far stimulated our export of cotton BOB DENMARK goods as to have doubled their value Saddle and harness horse, and will be in February as against January, to nt my stable on Mondays, Tues'laya, 2 obtained, and all patent Careen mil uiloe.1 conducted for HOIIKIMTK KEEK. My have increased the quantity from miles east of Hartford, at the Hartoffice U la the immediate vicinity ol the i'atM Office, ford Water Mills on Wednesdays nnd end my faclllllei lor aecurlm patentl are unturpaucd eleven to eighteen million yards durThursdays nnd Hoiton Fridays nnd Send model, ilctch or photograph of intention, with ing 1895 as against the correspond- Saturdays. deicrlptlon end tlatcmcnl ai to advantage, claimed JVi eharao is made for an opinion oe to ing period of 1894, and to have made He will be permitted to serve mares patentability, end my fee lor proaecutinit the the bo tailed application will this year's shipments exceed those of at $8 00 to insure a mare with foal . patent it allow tnot "InviaToeafor unlit con. Guioa," J. ulnlnj full Information lent fne. All Coanuil. and $4.00 single leap. Money due two years ago in both quantity nnd Blrltlljr CgalicnlUl. (Horn Conlaert uuen the fact Is ascertained, value. Similarly there have been rendered or mare transferred. service FRANKLIN H. HOUGH Due larger llucn shipments to the State pare taken, but not responsible for M8 fllreet, WAJUIIIHCITON, 1). C for both the last month and the two accidents. Bob Denmark is DESCRIPTION months of the present year, while In woolen the advance in values has a beautiful blood bay, 7 years old, i6i hands high, with fine inane and been three times and In worsteds four tall, good style and splendidly galted, Bob Denmark times more than In 1894, and In quanPEDIGREE wad tity quite 400 per cent. So, too, the sired by Darling Denmark, he by same beneficial influence has made Happy Cross, he by Garrod Chlel nnd rof OAK I OBTAIN A PATENT? he by Membrino Chief. Garrod Chief prompt eruw.r and an ooneel opinion, write to itself in great Increases during both sired nine colts that trotted in the M U N N oV CO., who bare bed u.arlr nlty jeera' etp.ri.no. In Ibe petenl bualneee. and year and in both quan- thirties or better and that sold nt an the month In. ttonaatrlctlyconndential. A lioedboeUol obformation conoerntu I'ateola tod bow to tity and values of our consignments average of $4,000. The dam of Bob tain Ibem tent fro. Aleo cetaJojue o( toocban-icoooea aeut froo. and aoleituto to America of cutlery, rails and iron Denmark was sired by old CatLeiu l'.l.nt. taken tbrooab Mann k Co. reoele Chief, lie by Lewis' Carbeau and lie epeclaJnotloalntbeMf ellnoArerlf,n,a!i4 and steel goods generally, and more by Imported Carbeau. Dam of Darltbua are twouebt widely before) the public without coet to the Interior. I'blf aplendid uper, by especially of tin plates, as also In ing Denmark, Fannie Oflut, she by lulled wHklr.elMantlrllluatrated.bajwork tu the iaraeet traulaltoa of any ecleouno loU Hum-bolt- 's world, ttll a year. Sample rnplee eeui fie. earthenware and china, and.to the ex- Humbolt, out of Clara FisherKJltlou, monthly. tJ.Marar, KlntM) Uulldiiut was Green Mountain Black-hasire roUea. Ja eente. Ktery number contain oeau- tent of 600 per cent., in shipments of llful plate, in colore, ana yooiiwiaiuie. dam of Humbolt, a Messenger raw wool mare Clara Fisher was sired by The proceedings of the third day Davy Crocket, a brother to Drenuon, Mr J P THOMPSON, Hahti'ord, Ky, lluve jroit pratlil terminated with a banquet. ' 1 sub-jec, d ai story-writeCoim-ntlnn- Wilson 'was not present Upon this occasion, but we were represented by Mr. Bayard who wns toasted as the Ambassador ol the United Staace of America, his name being coupled with that of Hon. James Brycc, M.P., president of the Boatd of ttade. In returning thanks, Mr. Bryce said: There arc slgpsol revival in trade, particularly in that which Is the greatest of our markets nnd the clos est with which we are in dieict touch, viz., the United States of America. We owe that to the settlement of the Tariff question. I cannot help con gratulatlng our friends, Mr. Bayard, about that, and asking him to con- gratulate the great man whom he rep- resents here in his dealings with that Tariff question. (Hear, hear.) Our trade with the United States is n reviving trade, nnd particularly felt in Yorkshire; and it will soon spread, I have reason lo believe to other parts of the country nnd other branches ol A CRIME R. is Istho Way Frederick Coudort Characerlzos Great Brltian's Attitude Toward Little Nica- ragua. secret remedy. It is 6imply Oil, the finest Hypophosphites, and chemically pure Glycerine, all combined into a perfect Emulsion so that it will never change or lose its integrity. This is the secret of Scott's Emulsion's grcat success. strengthIt is a most happy combination of ening and healing agents, their perfect union giving them remarkable value in all n Cod-liver Scoft9s Emulsion the purest Norway not flesh-giving, ''" ' ' jHWWiWaHMt WASTING DISEASES. Hence its great value in Consumption, wherein it arrests the wasting by supplying the most concentrated nourishment, and in Ancemia and Scrofula it enriches and vitalizes the blood. In fact, in every phase of wasting it is most effective. Your doctor will. confirm all wo say about it Don't bo persuaded to accept a substitute I Scott & Bownc, New York. AI! Drunclsts. 50c. nnd $U H i,j if I, jw(lairette I AW .a m Am HI . J".. 1e k 14 Anlnrr lie flt.t1 3rAlrt Ing or doing tho housework than a (juan- tlty of ordinary soop XLAIRETTE Soap. YOUR CLOTHES. YOUR PINOERS, YOUR TGnPUR, MONBY. YOUR haves I The Try It. Sold by all Grocer. Mmle only by N. K. Falrbank Company, - St. Louis. 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