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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895051001 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. K. nrioii V H Cnron J. L. Carson & Son, fffiTHiRTDlD isTiirnii; Ijrbsk a," IKAMOMfl PAir,Mlfi,iN fiEPTJELIOM. m mmm stand with Tho Ropubllcan. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanoo nnd wo Will Bond vou Thrt Lmilnullln sWookly Commorafal ono yoar froo. Subsorlbo atonco. Will show how you HAVE YOV PAID THIS TAG pentering and Building. sonable. Hnrtlord, Ky. Ciucful Ustlmntos made on nil Car- Terms rea- VOL. VII. Dallas, Tesns anil return, account Presbyterian Assembly General Chinch rate one fate lor the round trip. Tickets on sale May 13th to 15th, Rood it turning until June 3rd. These raits ate available to the general public as well us to delegates and visitors to the above meetings. urnislied on I'utthor Information application to noy agent ol the ChesKail-toa- d. apeake, Ohio & Southwestern T. D. LYNCH, Oenoinl I'uSMiigor Agttit. HARTFORD, KY.JjblDAY, MAY 10, 1895. TOUT NO. 41. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL or -- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Tin: mtit. What as "Is there nuy slnlmonfr I heard a The liour, 'twasjjgh midnight, lay. And I, In you?" strunjS voice say; slacld R OJM OtVIts HHMKI'. IP AN S I I Castorln, is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Knrcotlo substance. It Is a hnnulcss suhstituto for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing- Syrups, nnd Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guorsmtco is thirty years' uso hy Blllllons of mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays fovcrishncss. Castorln, prevents vomiting'- - Sour Curd, curbs Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves teething troubles, cures constipation nnd ilntulcncy. Castorln assimilates tho food, regulates tho Htomnch and bowels, giving hciilthy nnd naturnl sleep. Castorla is tho Children's Pnnncca tho Mother's Friend. - Castoria. Castoria. c " Castoria la so well adspted to children that I recommend It ai superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. ARCitrm, M. D., SasBuMlBSII "jSffiXfeliiiiS Lfer fcwefe CHILL CALATtA. IU4L, KoT.lt, MM. Ft J'irti Itedlelne Pa , mmIxmiU. Mo. mo last iear. totUes of lwlleafii We (lltOVri? na.VTM.WH OIUU. TONIC art hare UMfrgbtmmi frca already ibis renn laatloarax-ptffrMt- s et II TNti. In lb. drtia buituesa. saus-IUo-n have MfersetliMiRukfeihatifavesHcli universal onr irulr, 1 fvu Toulc Aimrr.CUius 4 CO. lor sniff li.r Wllllntns A llrll.llnnrural TASTELESS n eictllcnt medicine for chit-drcMollicrj hare tfpcalfdljr told me of 1U food cflctt upon their children." Djl 0. Osgood, Loirell, Mail. remedy Tor children of " Caitorla la the which I am acquainted. I hope the day la not far distant when mothers wilt consider the rrallntcrcit of thelrchltdmi.and use Caitorla Instead of the rarloua quack nostrums which are destroying their lorcd ones, hy forcing opium, morphine, aoothlng syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby sending them to premature crarea." Ok. J. P. KihciilVoe, Conway, Ark. "CJltorit ll Ill So. Oilord St., Brooklyn, N. Y. lt "Our physldana In the cblldren'a department luve spoLen highly of their experience In their outside practice with Castorli, and although we only have among our medical supplies what Is known as regular products. )ct we ate free to confess that the merits of Castoria has won ua to look with favor upon it." Unites Hospital, and SisrENftAar, C Burnt, Pitt. Boston, Msss. Ausn The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. WARRANTED. PRICE BO cts. A m mam Laasa ii IS JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. 1 .' Lakor Last year people were astonished, this year they will be amazed. The grounds have been improved, carriage drives made, Ii you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at hundreds of iorest trees planted and Williams & Dell Drug Store free samand beds of blooming flowers make it ple bottle ol Pomroys ever fails to cure. the place beautiful as a lover's dream. Instead of tents there will this year be. a 5. ?? Three story Hotel, Two story Floral Hall, Large Poultry Building, evor-greon- Best qual. .without gold 6c to Sc per R'H Gold Paper . . . . 8c to 10c per Roll Finest embossed Papcrisc to 3operR'll 15. R. BASSUTT, Il.O.W.fim 64 Foulth Ave.Loui3viIe,Ky. CSrScnd 6 cts in stamps for samples. Wall Paper. Begins Aug. 6th and ends Aug, 10th 5 Days. VARIBTJ', Lathst Stylus, At 1'actory Prices. Wit ELLENDALE FAIR Pi aees, I wonder!, walrlalreaming, Or was it realiv That some one asked that question. wnereuiu iuejpsai:er gor that his friends practically gave up Ah, coulditbemfpirit? The thought fashed through my the fi jht for him, although his law yers madl a strong plea to the jury. m I ml, I' That asked thatguyful question, The murder was one ol the most So cruel, yet seemed kind, dUgracchil crimes th it has marred the rtcjrd of the mountains of Kentucky. I knew, but didSot waken, That au niisweH must give It was a direct outcome of the French To the questlonThat was asked me, Evetsolc feud. Judge Combs was As must alKvito yet doth live. fully 80 years ol nge, and prosecuted I Our villege is asm.ill one, Adkins bitterly for the assassination We have no dens.of vice. of one ol the Eversoles, who was the vYou see no draTsJshonsbn our streets judge's On a Sunday, There is naught sin to entice. last July, the old man was in Hazard We have churches on our and in conversation with some friends And there our lights doth shine, when he was shot down in cold blood rays down in the valleys, Sending by two men. He fell dead with 25 That all may fall in line. shots in his body. The assassins esHe spake that same cold, cruel voice, caped, but were caught in Breathitt Its spirit form drew near me; county twenty-fiv- e miles lrom the "Arise and follow I will- lead, Aud sin will surely show thre." scene of the murder. I obeyed this ghostly visitor. During the past week the work at Yet my being quaked with feat, As up nnd down the streets we went, the grounds of the Cotton States and International Exposition has been Then to a house drew near. going on with great nclivity. As We passed within his friendly house, many as 1,800 men in a day have For such it seemed to be, been at work and progress along all Because I saw thiir faces That I thought were friends to me. lines is marked. The Government building has been pushed forward Those inen'sat near a table, with gratifying rapidy. The-eleOn which were stacks of gold, tricity building is nearly completed Their faces bore au anxious look, And cards their hands did hold. and will be ready to be turned over to the Exposition company In three The spirit turned toward me. weeks. The contractor in charge of And asked: "Is this a sin? These husbands, fathers will surely the negro building has a large force lose of hands employed nnd is doing his Even though they always win. work well and rapidly. The machin"The money that they gamble here ery, the government, the fire arts.the Shall buy their souls in hell, forestry and manufacturers' buildings Shall buy their children thread-bar- e are moving upward as fast as the clothes, workman can put the timber in place. And sad, sad stories tell. Dr. Berckmans has made of the old arc nothing short of "These men ' son-in-la- w. hill-topc-. RcfdA Powder 2g353 ABdOaWTEEsY PURE Baking OWENS DOR 0, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and ndjolning counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Dubk of Commerce Luilding. Jns.N. Htenii, J.N. It. Wedding, LAWYER, GLENN &WEDDINO. HAttTFORD, KY. (Office, OTrr Anderson's Bssssr.) w OARD. Xj-z-otij- ginning to see that there is a remedy nnd they arc ready to apply it. The bloodshed, the incendiary fires, the violence and intimidation which they have so long'Suffered, has become a burden top great to .be borne, and they are rising up, determined to endure it no loagcrv May they stand firm in their decision. A fool editor over in Ohio paid a dressmakers, bill the other day - and then sat down and wrote the follow- LAWYERS, Will practice their profession in ah , thecourtsofOhio nnd adjoining coun- -' ties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Publio for Ohio county. ' ing: "When one goes to church and listens to a most affecting and earnest appeal for money to spread the Gospel through the world, and then looking around sees enough waste material in the ladies' sleeves in that one church to keep a missionary in the field, he's apt to think ol Heseklah 13: 18: "Woe to woman that sews pillow slips to her arm holes." No More Printed IlnvelopeK. The government will print no more envelopes for business people. This practice has taken hundreds of thousands of thousands of dollars out of the pockets of the printers of the country. Vigorous pretexts have been made against the abuse, and thousands of names were put to petitions asking that it be stopped. At pram p HAitTFonn, square. M. L. Tames .A.. Sroltla, aw - Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given tcollections. uuice cast side ot pur!i kt. Hbavrin. HEAVI1IN & Siiewy Taylor. TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in nil the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Bpecial attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. s, Liver-Cur- e saints, But, frie.ids go ask their wives. Now let us go into their homes, And in them take a peep; You there see wives and mother, Their eyes not closed in sleep. "They watch and wait with patience, Their faces lined with care, And in their bosoms secrets, Tell the word? they would not dare. "They take their sufferings to the grave, J And shield in wicked man. any sin among you?' Is there Now, answer if you can." friends, They all lead dual lives; To the world these men are known as race course inclosure a garden ol surpassing beauty, and the visitors to the grounds can see already that the plazi will be the loveliest plot of ground in the South. ..i There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disease put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a grest many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed .local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and, therefore, f Willi last all work of this character has been abandoned by the government, and hereafter private individuals will be compelled to go to a private printing office when they want envelopes printed. The bill was approved by the President on January 12th last and provides "the postmaster general shall contract for allenvelopes,stamp-e- d or otherwise, designed for sale to the public or for use by his own or other departments and may contra ct for them to be plain or Ivith such matter as they may be prescribed by the department making requisition therefor, provided that no envelopes furnished by the government shall contain auy business address or advertisement." This covers the case exactly. It means hereafter thbt the earings from printing of this sort will go to the printers of the country and not to the government And this is as it should be. Bozeman Chronic cle. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaveb Dam, Ky, E.D.OUrKT. B.D.RIKQO attorneys XXartfoxA, STonfu-Clcy- . Will practice in all courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, Hupcrior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. R- - t gaw, R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession iu all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Publio. Office, room 20, Hartford Houso. OT.H. BilRItfES AT Hartford, Ky. practice WILL courts of his profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining M DENTIST. Js prepared to Uo all kinds o DonUl work at reasonable prices. Office, over J. V. Ford & Co'a Feed Storo. "W. IX Ct-ibuln IlAKTFOltU, LUCE, KUNTUCKY, The Grand Stand trebled in size, Office and Committee rooms, Waiting and Dressing rooms All substantial, commodious and ornate. Especial attention has been given to Ladies Industries and Poultry exhibits. An examination of tho programme will .show an Suilr ! & Will draw drolls from a nico, neat cozy cottage up to a fine two story ill draw plans iree of house. clmwo. AY 111 make careful estimates on all kinds of buildings, and remod Will bo given for tho best display in tlio Floral Halt. As Ellendnlo is not Motto "Livo and nl old houses. a County Fair, but THE FAIR of the GREEN RIVEU COUNTRY, A let five." bandeomo premium will bo given Ylir llnrllurd I'liolo Cnr. A. D. Toylor, the Beaver Dam lias located his Photo Car in Hartford and will make Pictures here every Monday all day Mr. in the Hartford Photo Car. Taylor will be found at his home gallery In Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks tip with the ablest Photographers in work guaranthe. State. First-clas- s teed. "When beauty comes he tnkes it; If there is none he makes it." that all classes of ladies work aro embraced in it. The premiums are numerous and liberal, and a $110 PACKARD ORGAN for tho boat display from each county represented. A now RAGE TRAGIC has been mode railo regulation, r0 foet wido and graded onu inch to tho foot. On it will bo seen Ln3ies' Bicyclo Races, Running Races, MuloKacw, n.tf Men's Bicycle Races, Trotting Races, Hound Races, Childrens' Bicyclo Races, Pacing Races, Totnto Races. In all departments there will bo novelties that nil can enjoy. The accommodations aro of the best ami tho attendants will bo courteous rind obliging. The Large Hotel oa tho ground) will give comfort of home anil tho luxuries of the best restaurants. Dinners, lunches null all seasonable refreshments will bo served at lowest pricos. In the THEATHRE HALL will bo given tho following :'ntertainments: WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 Tueyjay night, A Play, GALLON Wednesday night, A Play, Thursday night, Grand Ball, T2X3S SMXOTOtiSSUKER, Friday night, A Blay, . For the finest and Most Artiilie Work, Saturday night, A Play, any the or tyle. Fredcrica St. , rXuetn Tho Louisviljp & Henderson nnd tho Green River PacTtets givo cheap 6m37 Snland4th. rates, also tho Lh Bt. L, & T. R. R. givo rates from all points. Boats will meet each train at Spottaville, o-a.3L.iii C.Theo.Cain, .. W) . w i.A otsi . IFrop. EXjLHlSraDufts.IjS The Leading Phoiograplier. Pictar.i !d W. F. RAPIER, .Iie and 23TOOK Inn Style and Sin, I'or furthor inlormatiou or programs apply to tho Secretary, iSrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged 10S& 0VJ7 A BPECIALTY. Main Street. OWENSBORO, Mk KY Th Wanted, &lr..AflenU.$75 a trtitr. , Killri UI4 DkhlVteaW. WtufcUlfc naa, Bulaal. tns a fast la 4l.B. Huin, lftM i4 tlrtajfctn . Tt Ukllt WtUlBf Ikt Iks, kit4a, Ikt KMklM Sa lfr INUii IT. I'-- AV V w luum Hl,h i. 1UUHU0N A CO., .U. 1kiiiifai.jutftaitl.Ulrttl&rirri ft It, IVlttMbim o. Everybody to know that Groves is an anouor, wliloli will olt-- on Tastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to kola a disabled business Cure Chills and fever, Lngrippe Bad Ohtiwritesi " My little boy was from drilting on to tho rag-go- with liver trouble and other diseaseso that our Colds & c, or your money will be not live. In nhrsiolan said roof of flnanol al failures. familythey all thouaUt be couldvavo him Dr. so. I refunded In every Instance. Sold by Pellet Wlerco's dolden Medlcil Discovery ved hi. life. We have used tho' 111. William & Bell, Hartford Ky. xmviiry ' for throat and bronchial trouble, and f oid vr hivlilv." llm you rimtwcil four kubsjcrfit- - 1 T... sucli porieci ruuei uim wu inn (WW uu lor IhUfJT IlnVC jolt tmlil jroiirstiuacrlillour d An oflbotivo advortiBoraont requires constitutional treatment. LIFE Tile Former mill Ills Kuriiiy. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured The cut worm is working side by by E. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, farmer, Tho Murdorors of Judgo is the only constitutional cure on the side with thereaping. one sowing and So tuns the market. It is taken internally in the other Combs Found Guilty world away. Hawesville Plalndeal-cr- . doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. at Barbours-ville- . It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case A Press Dispatch from Barbours-vilt- e it fails to cure. Send for circulars JVew of May 2, says: and testimonials. Address. s case jury in the CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. The F. J. ancl t. returned n verdict of guilty and fixed fiSTSold by Druggist, 75c the punishment of the two men at The June numbe of Toilettes, which confinement in the penitentiary for We at 9:30 this morning, after being comes to us in a most lovely dress, twenty- in consultation only about two hours. bedecked with June roses and honeycontinues to fullill every five suckles, Both men appeared unconcerned when then the verdict was announced, possible want ol our fair readers in and they say they have no fear that new fashions. It gives a larger vaWe have made arrangements to they will not be granted a new trial. riety of styles than any other fashion club the Owensboro Weekly Inquirer Adkin'swlfe, who has sat by him magazine in the world; its designs with Th Uepuuucan for only ft. 75 all through the trial.completelybroke are all by leading Parisian modistes, per year for the two papers. down when the news ofher husband's so therefore authentic, and thoroughly up to date. And its beautiful colThere's nothing in this fleeting world conviction was carried to her. Of which a man can think, work places it away The attorneys for the defendants or and half-tonThat is going to bring him business competitors. prepared a motion and grounds for a ahead of all Its would-bLike the use of printers ink- new trial. AU the good citizens here There are other advantages connected Success may be attained by work and with to!lettes,whlch no other magawho have heard the trial approve the early rising, verdict of the jury, which it is thought zine can hope to equal. Its German But a very useful factor is constant text, which renders it doubly welof lawlessness will be ths death knell advertising. come to the German diessmakers, A ...i in this part of the State. only spoke for special pattern arrangement, which Col. Breckinridge Children Cry for gives its readers the benefit of exceedtwo hours and a hall yesterday eveCastoria. ning. His arguments were plain and ingly low rates on patterns offered In vast connection with its designs. And forcible, but more than once the Ills; llnsket Dinner. last, not least, it is offered to the pubs audience that was In the court-houThere will be a basket dinner at f lie at little more than the the New Concord Church on the thjrd to hear him were moved to tears. price asked for every other high class Sunday in May. Rev. R. E. Smith, He was followed by Commonwealth Attorney Raiurev, who made a power- fashion magazine, though giving ac- of Rockport, and Rev. Coleman ful and An eloquent appeal lor law tually twice the value. Small won- Craig, will be present and picach,Rev. and order iu the mountains of Eas- der; therefore, that none can equal it W. D. Cox, of Owensboro, ia also ex-- . in public favor, and the number sold pected, Everybody come and bring tern Kentucky. The trial has been in court here is simply enormous. All booksellers a well filled basket, everybody come Price 20 cents. and newsdealers. since April aj and created greater inregardless of name or order. terest than any shch case in years. dovjt. A. C. Cartbr. The Jackson Hustler says: "I am There were many witnesses heard nnd for mv frleds. rlcht or wroner." ia the Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell the testimony closed on the 37th. The sentiment that has brought our coun "Pomroys Vermifuge" testimony as brought In the trial de the great reat-ed- y is, Kinship should try to what it for children and guaranteed every veloped the fact that. Atkins fired the be made a blessing, but here it has bottle, remember it always 6aves the shot that killed the judge, and that been made the greatest curse. Many AU the evchildren" and cost ouly 25cts per Fields was his accessory. people think It right to stand by a bottle. idence pointed so plainly to Atkins relative or friend, no matter what he has done. It is Viickcd for one's HEAD AND SHOULDEIt.1 Mr. Bullington will give you the dbovo everr otner uiooa- - friends to violate the law as for his best shave and will trim your hair in Doctor stand enemies. In endorsing a friend in the latest style if you will giyc him ricrco's UoMon Medical crime, we simply encourage him to a call. Discovery. Boa tho evidence of it. It's sold In continue, and this is usually the re every case, on trial, u ii bver falls to bcnoflt or sult. If relatives and friends would Why not do so at oucelay your cure, yon have jour llbserlnllon. ptve a vou air man to understand that money back. expect no help from them in resiuruiK jour strength, when you're he need Wanted. To. employ a lady or " md "used- - when be gets into trouble, be will be gentlemen toactasour General agent. up;" Jn cleansing your very careful how he conducts himblood from every Impur- be a hustler and able to furnish JHk. "v whether it's simple self. The opposite course has had Must references. Salary $50.00 per good eruption or the worst MHBaV almost every scrofula: ana in wiuuiag w " much to do in making As long as month and a commission. Address flesh, wbon you're thin and weak there' criminal In the. land. nothing to eiiual tho " Discovery." In every with stamps, disease caused by a torpid liver or Impure this is done, we will have trouble in ROQBRS SUITLY Co., llood, It's too only quarcnUttl remedy. the country. Nearly all of the fatnN 40 1 in Olive St., St. Louis, Mo, Mrs. KliMbitii J. ncsiiwAW, of BUntv. alUictcd SENTENCE. X'ield-Atkin- 40-.i- you Remember get the York Tribune The Republican both counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties,' Careful attention given to oil business entrusted to him, Office in Repub- Jo. B. ROGERS, for one year, for one cents. dollar and lican Building. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to all business entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Office with the county Attorney. Also Notary Public e e Attorney at Law, GREENVILLE, KY. Will practico bis profession in all tho courts of Muhlenberg aud adjoining counties. Special attention will be given to collections and all business entrusted to bis care. Pitcher's se one-hal- Attorney at JCaw, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. (County Attorney) m J. R. PIRTLE 11111 1 DENTIST HARTFORD, KUNTUCKY. U . "run-down- Is prepared to do any and all kinds Trices most of Dental Operations. Office over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. ELECTRIC TELEPttONC (Ilea here have large relationships, Ifyouwantto reach the people and the evil is greater ou thatoc-cou- nt. We believes the people are with your advertisement, place it in beginning to realize both the situa- This Rkpudmcan, and everybody will tion and the remedy. They are be see It. ii la riftflsUtrtiHiBaU.pAioya.vMU rbanNyaitMBi-- . fjuirita,fMdjuM-whnU.ipttika M pul va r aar ana. out m octir, o mwuiuj. Urt a m Iiwror WimitoJ Awoaar Wjif . ' JSiJ GrMtMlooarta IKoiu,bop.itraaooI icuM tuvl um MlUr oa earth. I AnnU make 3 to ft3 rjwldwuM I Qn a mJ to II tha ltoav,ViUMOTCoaaJrr. ft-- Raid oottlstkL. no tL na ironllr. - AHttDtfet U wr I MUhbon, pr Jf . -.- .-. . ....iiiriMysitir'shtf.. npwnwui'Si,.i inaaiari.i . . .,, mil isi.ssi'yiiij, I UFWSTIIRFT AND PL lDry 'fr 3T UFW i 00" Millinery, Ever brought to Owenshoro. Wo lirfve just opened at No 117 West Main St., Owonsboro, Ky., with the Largest and Best Stock of You may think you have been buying goods Shoes and enfs furnishing good& cheap, but you alter calling on us and learning our on't think so CALICOES, DOMESTICS, GINGHAMS, Etc., uU given away. If you know what is gool for you don't buy a niclcle s worth of Dry Goods or Millinery until you look us up, and see what we will do for you in the way of Low Prices. You will have no trouble finding us, everybody will toll you where the HEW vm?Tr DRY GOODS CO'S STORE is. We will bo glad to see you. . I NEW YORK DRY GOODS CO -- J. COUNTY G-LANT- Z, Manager. IT- ANNOgNCEMENT OF THE SUERNORMAL AT Monday was the day for tho Ken-- , lucky Derby and 20,000 enthusiastic Kentuckiuns were nt Churchill Downs to sec Halma, tho great son of Hanover, win tho raco in 2:37. Cleveland hus written another letter urging tho importance of sound currency, and Democratic conventions are denouncing tho Fres-ideand his position and crying loudly for the Free and Unlimited Coinage of silver at 1G to 1. MARION President BEAVER DAM, Beginning Holds an Enthusiastic Convention and Solocts Delegates to tho State Convon tion. LBn.VNO. Ky , Miy 6th, iSjj The Republicans of Marion county met in mass convention in Lebanon to day. B. T. Conway was made . ' --- June 4, And Continuing Five Weeks. nt The work will consist of a thorough and complete Review of the Teachers Course, Pedagogy, Lectures on Teaching and a discussion of various ques tions designed to elevate the standard of our profession. We intend not only to satisfy the wants of those preparing to pass the Teachers' Examination, e but our work will be of much interest and profit to that class oi teachers who arc earnestly desiring to meet the demands of the times for men and women of professional ideas and training. Especial attention will be given to this feature of the work. EXPENSES: Tuition for term $5. Board and furnished room per week $2 to $2.25. Tuition, board and furnished room for entire term in advance ? 15. Tuition for part of term, $1.25 perweek. We are grateful to a generous public for past favors and will highly appreciate any kindness manifested to us. Send for circular. wide-awak-- 17c ico, three weeks ago, was killed in a Sorao wronged wife should part. 100 30 foot fighing ring in tho same city tA follow her unfaithful lord to an as2 25 '.' ' Sunday by a Mexican bull. These on 2 75 signation house and kill him and his eration. two events would tend to throw somo '" 3 50 Now Stylo IJandsom'o 'brtmaik'curtains.' mistress after the style of Gordon. V 'n f That we specially indorse the revedoubt upon the universal belief that In other words turn the tables and nue bill known as the "McKinley the lion is the king of beasts. bill" and when we complete the picture. Then the ex- can Administration have n Republi. in 1896 we will All won! ?D? Kuran.. I.I..I. nd colors, 4O '"XV ".'. demand of our Repicsentative the re- week, which is Satur- ample would be about perfect. The Democracy's love for the old on. enactment of a bill in every material ,25Inlf w,!' ,,r',bl wd,"? Nohy u Good"..... .: ::: liio soldier is continually manifested by day the 18tb, the Republicans of Ohio l StjrlMh Novelties, Double width The of a recent element similar to the McKinley bill, oT county ar; called to meet in moss the unmistakable with its ample sugar bounty and 5c I'wt Colored Lawns . . . evidence cf stopr date contains tbo following interest' convention at Hartford to select delmagnificent reciprocity provisions, to 5c Cotton Challios ' 11 ping pensions. item; the end that our country may again 70o China Silk, nil colors egates to the State Convention and ing 1'W "Dr. Win. Elliott, of New Haven, be placed on the high road of general 75c Fancy Silksor Ladies' Waist's The Owcnrboro Mettenger, which First Railroad District Convention at 2n the highest ever reached nelson county, lias lived under ev125 Black Figured Taflata Silks, best .'. .' is still a Free Silver paper.is taking tho Lomavisle June 5. Every RepubnT ery President since John Adams, and, n this country, and under the benefi 75o Rlack Figured Taflata S.Iks, fair ' ' 'Xg? I'Jrlle-SiiiliCourier-Journquality. . . . '. '. '. '. '. '. to task for its change lican who can possibly do bo should excepting the first, under every Gov. cent influence of that wise legislation, 70o Drapery Silks, big bargain The Courier- f ournat of Monday says: attend. nn the McKinley law, and that the mule crnor Kentucky has had since its adof front on tho silver question. "Dr. J R, Pirtle. of Hartford. mission as a State. Dr. Elliott was trade bringing its thousands of dol- was quietly mirried yesterday byKy., the The Nashville Banner, ono of 07 years old last Saturday, and as he lars to Marion county, may again be The cut worms Lave been doing Rev J, W. Lewis, at the Fifth and Clothing house Prices. tho leading Democratic papers of 13 halo aud hearty, his friends think I such as to reward many of its DurlnS ,ma &'0- 15 Church, C5o Children's Wouso Suit great damage to crops in different to Miss in their labors and efforts in hie Walnut Street M. out The parts of tho county during the past Tennessee, thus denounces editorially be will round doctor 100 years, if not That we believe the people ol the Ida M. Smith ot Owensboro. Collon m!"l CaMi'mcro Sufis'. ';'.'. 1hIi!,!rcD,,8 ln more. Tho does not patro- United States are entitled to, and bride and groom nrrived in the city 1.25 dark- pipot (!...; iiiciiimiiiH. 0..1.. several days. It is hoped, however, the recent gubernatorial steal: er wiuai nize a shaves himself twice should have, a sound and stable cur- accompinied by Miss IJnima A.Mose-leynnddark "The wronc that was nernetrated a week.barber but au excellent n.ixe.1 Cassimcro Sulla. 5 ".".". ".".".'. that tho worst is over, He is 1 perforOven J Thomas, ol Hartnn rency, with gold ns the unit of value, last night by the Joint Assembly in ' T on mer on the violin and plays the tunes and we are opposed to the free and ford, who were witnesses of the cerepi rCV Wr'111, bluo CllcvIot' lIo""' breasted. . . tne name The papers on last Monday con- tho face ot Democracy was done in that were in vogue in Kentucky 70 unlimited coinage of silver except in mony. The happy couple stayed at of an V tained accounts of a killing at New overwhelming earnest protest of an aud 80 years ago. a ratio to its intrinsic value.as recog the Willnrd Hotel last nifht. nnr! will 1;W 25o Roy's Yatch Cans. . to-majority of Democrats nized by the commercial Nations of leave d ly for Ci iclnnatl for a brid Orleans similar to tho Gordon-Brow- n And a Thoutand other bargains, too numerous to' mention'. iua in Tennessee. nl tour through the Kast. Dr.Pirtleis a A Cull. the world. We believe in the coinafiair at Louisville, only thattho wife "It is a fact boyond all question that Foudsville, Ky .May 6,'qe age of silver in such quantities nnd grand nephew of the late Judge Pirtle, tho mass of Democracy aud tho best Hon. C M. Harnett. Hartford, Ky. iuthis instance escaped. at such a ratio as the silver dollar of this city, and is related to Mai. -- V3 .,.; nnU and prevailing sentiment ot the party G5o It ...v.. mhiiiiu TT.I. toniiuing in your capacity, integ- can be maintained on a par with a I'irtleand others of the same name, who are so well known in Louisville " in this Stato is emphatically opposed rity and Kepublicanism, ?8o 85c Blank Euelisli Gloria ITmi,VnllL we the un- gold dollar; utilizing, for money, to Dy a united cllort tho Democratic These young people are well known $1.00 Black Bilk ' to thopartisan action taken by tho dersigned, respectlully request you to the fullest extent, the output of our press is attempting to divert the minds misguided majority of Democratic announce your candidacy for and very popular in Hattford, where 2.25 White ChinaGloria Umbrellas . own mines consistent with the integSilk sun shades Dr. Pirtle has a fine dental practice of tho people from tho TariD, Fen-- s members of tho Geuernl Assembly. for rity of our cunency. The Republi3 25 White China Silk sun shades and where the couple will make their ion and other issues in tho vain hope Democracy in this State will in duo the nomination and assuring you that can party will in the future, as in the All styh,h young ladies will carry white shad'eY ' ' future home. will only be exceeded in zealous this 'season Theto. is a perfect rage for thorn already. They that tho dust they raise on tho finan- timo audproper manner manifest its it by our effort for the nominee in past, stand by honest nnnsyaud ness National honor. cial question may blind the people condemnation by rebuking those who November. That in conducting the State's nuvo misrepresented tliepatly. 2.00 BIackSunShXi!!.?:B.CI,t0nai,I,r0V,- UR D Whittinghill, C C flratcher, to the enmity, ruinous enmity, tho the Democracy has done those "Tho duty of Democracy in eo 1.60 W R Greer, A Cooper, things it ought not to have done nnd When Daly win tick, wo gro her Cutorla. Jas D emocratio party bears toward tbo is plain. Tho 'macbino' must JWMarlow, W C Gray, left undone those things it should When kh wa a CtillJ, !io crln for CutorU. be given to understand that it cannot If P I'eUy, old soldier and to American indus1.25 Tho Big Dollar Oxford, fiuo kid. solid J B Howard, have done nnd there is no soundness When slio boconia Mbn, the clung to Cutorla, n!W 2.00- Genuine Dong, kid tries. The party, it seems, is willing defy right, principle and tho prevail- Jas Murphy, Dan wife, in it, and the crying dennnd today is X ' ' ' "I'00 When alio ha J ChlUron, the gare them CaitorU. ing Democrnlio sentiment anil go un- Jno M Key. W D Kirk, 1.40 75o House slippers-g- ood S lor a change in the political complexto go beforo tho people in the atti- punished. The tight for the vindica-tio- n iiciwln J'oiues, ion of the State Government to the Albert Dugan, r,' Wenr Oxfords tude of a rudderless ship, so far as ol the party will bo kept up nod W D Kissinger, Robt McClearv, end that the State may have an hon"w""'-'-:":::::::::Afftho financial question is concerned, tho peoplo of other States mud under-stan- d R W Hay, Urin Hincs, est, prudent, economical, patriotic i W J Huff. IMIrM I'llr.t ItrlitiiK that the Democracy of Tennea. C C Brown, and intelligent business like adminisrather than to stand by and defend Symptoms tration of its affairs. Moisture; Intense itch-in- g Jas Eskridge, the record it has mado in other di- see lias been misrepresented in this C l' Kessinger, .V Dwiuell, nnd htiuging;most at nlghtiworse That we' denounce the wca'e and T Wetherfora. ni"ttcr and its wishes utterly dlsre. In the mcautiino the coun- garded." rections. cowardly Foreign policy of the Cleve by scratching. If allowed to continue 202 Main 8treet, Owenshoro Ky. land Administration, and especially tumors farm, which often bleed and try sutlers tho ill efi'ects of Democrat The World's Again, a dispatch from Atlanta uu-dulcerate, Swank's io Turill tinkering and the old date of tho (1th iust., says: showed no baking powder in the Nicaraguan incident in per- Ointmkntbecoming vervsore. and bleedstops the itching mitting thclanding of British troops ".Mr G. U. Baskette, editor of the feel the iron hand of Democracy so pure or so great In leav- at Corinto nnd the hoisting of the ing, heals ulceration, and in most Nashville Banner, is in the city, on docrcaslug their pensions or destroyunion jack over the public buildings ca&es removes the tumors. At drug-gistening power as the Royal. his way to New York. When asked in Corinto. Wc denounce the act as or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. ing them altogether. Theso things in regard to tho Gubernatorial t At the request of her music class a violation of the Monroe doctrine, so Swayne& Son. Philadelphia. 4ho Democracy dislike to have talked in Tennessee ho said: m "The de- Instead of giving dear to every American heart, and recital during ab6ut and henco tbo financial ques- cision in Governor Turney's favor was one which should cot have been per Whan in Owentiboro Leave week Miss Maggie Nail mitted by thisGoveriimentand would tion is brought forward to shield tho purely a partisan decision which dis. YOUR HORSE AT nrranged for a concert to be held not have been peituitted under a Re.. P. S. Aro vnn n customer of the party's uuenviable record. Those regards all rules of fairness and Jus- has 0 will gctlt. tice. Tho so called investigation was on Tuesday night the aSth inst. She publican Administration, until some iKomuii uu lureem 10 you BVflrv tactics are eminently Democratic, but ot England's Iron Clads, at lean, had name odd auMrru to Anderson'. "W,n partial aud unfair and cannot bo has secured the service of Mr. Pat- n".:i."? ivy. ""Mnutiro, L gone to Davy Jone s locker. they aro too well known to accom rick O. Sullivan a fine musician and That we have amplified our platplisb their purpose, "Mr. Kvaus. the Rontilihr.in v.n. Miss livery lamllv in Ohio rmmiv aioTripIett St. Katharine Whipple n splendid form of principles, to an extent unusr,.N ... didate, wai cleted as fairly ns any should send to Williams& Bell, Hatt-forAny vocatibt. both of Louisville. This ual in countv conventions, because of Govornnr l.n. or to the drug store In your &c, kind and quantity. For prices ini.! i.To. tne efiotts "est feed, aud all stock entrusted apply toP.K. Nelson 5I CUIUS Wku Air IIS 1113. Pj seo sinco the war, and oveu the ono- - l,ro,nIs to bc most excellent ed escape the making by Democrats to to his care will receive careful alien own town aud get a bottle of "Fibrl-line- " Hattford, Ky. &Son. responsibility of their L4 B Coiuih Ujrrup, TuiMtluul. UMfS Tastless Quinine. It will cost investigation chowed there were teitilnment and Miss Nail and her 4o.4t la ttaia. Ht&d bf drar f Uu. HI ruinous legislation on the tariff, by tion. only a$ eta and is the best thing on low, it. any, serious frau Is upon tho class should lie rcptl I tor their ens raising a grand cry about free silver. SQrRomoaiber tho place 220 Trip earth forchildren or anyone else who J Re, mblicail Side. Or. Price's Cream Uaklnc Powder trnrlRe hv a ernwdnl limit which is a rehash of the old green lett 8(. can't take bitter Quinine. WorlU'i Pair Highest AwarJ, We are authorized to annouuee Esq. W. I. Rowe, Of Centertown, as a candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Republican party. To-mor- Proi". R. II. Carotiiers, of LouisTin: British have given up posses- ville, has announced himself as a sion ofCorinto.theNicaraguaa town, candidate for the Republican nomi seized some days ago and it now nation for Superintendent of Public PUBUSHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING seems tbo trouble between the big Instructions. Prof. Carothcrs is ono ham a. A.vir:n.so... .Proprietor. Empire and the little Republic will of the leading educators of the Slate, JO. II. ItOOtlLS. ........ ., ...Editor. be settled. 13 a polished gentleman and possesses qualifications for tho place second to Friday, May 10, 1895. The Income Tax cases have)becn re- those of no .other man in tho State. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. opened before the Supreme Court lie would be a sourco of strength to and are now being beard. As Justice the ticket. STATE SENATOR. Jackson is now on the bench the Wr are authorized to announce Dr. A. D.James, court mayor may not affirm its reThe Louisville 'limes says that the Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate cent decision. Gordon-Brow- n tragerdy will be a for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial great warning to erring husbands and District, subject to the action of the The lion, Parnell, which was whip wives. Republican party. It lacks only one thing of ped in a bull fight at Monterey, Mexbeing complete. needs n counter-- , tJ. JtC. .C. j 9 l33.stnj.ctor great stress upon the crime of carrying concealed deadly weapons and urged tho Grand Jury to investigate thoroughly all cases, no matter how high the standing of the parties. This excited the fears of Senator Gocbel and his friends lest the Grand Jury might look farther into biscas. " Judoe Perkins in his charge to the olutions was appointed which " retired Kenton Grand Jury on Tuesday, laid and reported through its chairman, j..v-- I ,T "'T- , ...... .1 ZZ' Hartford Republican EEPBESENTATIVE. It by Democratic Legislation. That the business stagnation, in dustrial paralysis and the consequent misery and want which has come up. on our country and abides with its people now, as it has done for the past two years, was, and is, the legitimate result ot Democratic Legislation, promised and enacted complete-lfulfilling all that Republicans urged in 1892 would come to pass if the Democracy should gain control of the country and endeavor to put their ruinous theories of free trade into opy i.ouisvme, me 51U uy 01 June next, and endorse and commend the spirit and sentiment prompting the change in the date of that convention from the 29th of May to the said date. That we reaffirm our allegiance to Republican principles as set forth and embodied in the platforms of the party, State and National, through many years past, and declare that it is only in a return to the same, in the administration of the Federal Government that we c in expect that era nrosDeritv to atrnin hlrii nnr country ot which it has been robbed Johnson, the following which were unanimously adopted: Be it resolved by the Republicans of Marion county, in convention assembled: That we approve the call for a State Convention to meet in the city of C. A. back craze, a thinly disguised mvik, and dodging the tariff cntitely. We desire that amid all the smoke, only, which hovers over the political battle field of to day, that the people of Marion county mav know exnetlv where we stand, on these lines we invite all good and patriotic citizens, what ever may have been their party affiliations heretofore, who desire a return ol that prosperity which always blessed us as a Nation, under Republican rule, and who desire that Keutucky.with Us splcndi I resource! may tike a position am mjr the great such as she ii entitled to, and ! Courts mw not have in ue run on il and itirors dis. j count their pjr diem to get their pay, 10 join wim us in lining Kentucky out of the old "ruts." That the delegates herein after ap pointed be instructed to cast the vott of Marion county in said State Con. vention as follows, for Goveuor, W. O Bradley, ot Garrard, Lieut. Covers nor. Gen. 15. II. Hobson of Green, Auditor, Dr. C. J. Walton, of H.irt, Treasurer, George W. Long, of Grayson, Commissioner of Agriculture, Lucas Moore, of Marion, and use all honorable means to secure their nom-"., YOU OWE - T YOURSELF, is C'" 11 ru miss the great 3-- Your fnmilv. vnnr creditors, to make every dollar go as far as possible, no matter what your profession may be, whether it is swapping horses,talk-m- g politics or honestly tilling the soil, you ought not to pay the prices for dry goods, shoes and clothing that you have been paying, and above all, you ought not to "T Of Courier-Journa- j of delegates It is further resolved by this convention, that in the event the Repub-licau- s control the next Legislature in Kentucky, which it now seems more man probable they will do, they will ur8e t,le .nnme of IIon- - John W. Lew. ia tut TT!a.1 stales senator. We j I..- uniccu C..m be ' llPVf fl fTrntfnl mrf fruity ...lit iSV.UIJIiiC l.llt ......:.the splendid achievements of our representative, his ability and his worth and will ask that he come up highet. Should any question come before the State convention looking: towards the nomination of a United States Senator all delegates herein appointed are instructed to vote in all things looking thereto, in the interest of Mr Lewis. Rksolvrd, That the delegates herein named be also instructed to cast the vote of Marion county in said State Convention for Charles W. Bell, of Mercer, for Supt. of Pub-li- e Instruction, and J. N Edwards of Anderson for Railroad Commissioner in this the 2nd Commissioner district. KRSOLVBfl, That the Republicans ' Marlon county, speaking through this convention, extend their thanks to Mrj. L M. Drye, who to day at his own request, retires as chiirman ol the County Committee which he has so long so acceptably filled, C J. I ination. Por want of space we omit names the 1st and continue till the 31st day of May. Notice the following: The figures in the left baud column show exactly hem; the figures in the right hand column show what tho them at during this sale. It U a grand chance to buy goods cheap. Regular Prices. Prices During This Sale. So .Bazaar, Owenshoro, Ky., Dry Goods, Shoes, &c, at Anderson's SLE "... '. that will open on toK oj oj ,,...... 5c 25c 121c Be 4c 5c lnrd-wid- o weight Sheeting Ulcachcd Cotton, fair quality Pure Indigo Priuts, fair quality Staplo Check Gingham........ Turkey Red Table Damask Cotton Jeans, fair quality Straw Ticking leather proof Ticking (warranted) Good sue, good quality Whito Quilts ,xtr?,f' zevood 1ualily WUle Quilts '.'.'.'.'.'.". H J ?,'q ? ... 5" m&SSSSS- .'''' '!" siu.' tt0 " - 1Ct:i:ll3Q.S. citi-zen- s Mr riff 1' Gy "..." 'iffl 1I- -- Mi AAtlS, ." E Ten-ness- SllOcs ... for-ov- ,.,, " .... lr. &rSSt,?GrfP22rd' er Fait Tests Anderson's So.sain Wajswssaws&fi---!- S. W. ANDERSON. ... sol-die- rj s, con-tes- I). T. HAYS' Uvcry and peed Stable. n.r h. -- 1 '.."" V" I.,. , rj w al J. Vj;mt1to"J3R Awnrded "THEIE ARE Highest Honors World'5 Fair. GflAYSON COUNTY OTHERS"- RUT mm CREAM DR? Instructs lor Bradloy and Long nnd Ilolda an Intorostlug Convention. LHiTclil'iiaD. Ky , May, 4. Delegated Convention of the Grayson county Republicans was held at the Court House to day and nominated Ben I, Burner for representative of Grayson nnd appointed delegates to the State Convention, lnstiucted for W. O. Bradley and Geo. W. Long. The County Committee was reorganized. The following resolutions were adopted. RHSolvkd, 1 That we approve of the call "for the State Convention to meet in Louisville on June 5 and the call lor this convention. a, That we congratulate the national Republican party on the magnificent vlcory which crowned the labors of the last fall's campaign, nnd especially do we congratulate the people of Kentucky on the almost certain overthrow of the political octopus which, under the protecting Demowing ol the prejudice-fattenecratic party, has fastened itself upon the proud old Commonwealth, and like a vampire, has sapped our prosperity, arrested our national progress nnd destroyed the energies of our people by blasting their hopes of industrial success. 3, That we favor the improvements of our roadways, reforms in our penal and charitable institutions, the elimination of useless officers, reform in our criminal code, economy in the expenditure of public moneys approvin the coned business methods duct oi every department of the State. 4, That we denounce the maladministration of the Democratic party in Kentucky for its dissipation of the sinking fund which, together with war claims due from the United States aggregated over $9,000,000 in 1865, for its transfer of the funds belonging to the sinking funds, to the general expenditure fund, nnd for borrowing the school funds, and issuing the interest bearing bonds of the State therefor, for (he useless employmet of special counsel to do the work of the Attorney General by which, from $10,000 to $20,000 a year has been wasted, for the creation of useless officers directly opposite to the consti tution, for the ovetthrow or the ballot box, and the substitution ot .ring rule for the peoples rule. 5, That we cordially invite all men of whatever former political affiliations, who believe in overthrowing the present ring rule at Frankfort, and emancipating the State from the blight oi modern Democracy and who desire to see the law executed and our institutions intelligently conducted in the interest of the people and not of the bosses, to join with us in electing the Republican ticket in NovemA d A TWISTER. May TWIST him a TWIST, For in twisting a twist "A twister in twisting BAKING THE PLACE FOR SATISFACTORY DEALING IN A pwmn JUr, ilattle Oupton Dukedom, Tcnn. MOST PERFECT MADE. From Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. put Grape Cream of Tattar Powder. Free Gave New Life 8lok Headncho and Neuralgia Curod by Hood'a. " ITood'i Sartaparllla has done mo a great deal of good. I have been n sufferer from alck headache and neuralgia nearly all my life The pains had become ao Interns that my hands would tramp for houra ao that I could not uao them. Tho doctor told my husband there wm little help (or me. The different medicines trlod had greatly disheartened me. Blnco using two d bottles of Hood's Barsaparllla I have relief , so much so that I feel likes new real-lte- It's tho ennie way with Clothing that is tho ordinary kind. Wo have seen Clothing that seemed to be twisted all out of eliapo after being worn n few limes. Our Clothing don't do that way. It's mndo by scientific tailors ami mado to FIT nnd WEAR WELL. Our lino of 8p"ring Clothing was never equalled befuro in this county. Nobby, stylish Suits in nil tho popular cuts and figures. Dress Suits-- , Business Suits, Wedding Suits everything needed by thoso who wear pants. After you havo worn our Clothing you will find that it never gets twisted or out of shape. Three TWISTS make atwlstj But if one of trj.e twists Untwist from the twist, The twist untwisting Untwists the twist." Dry Goods,Notions, Dress Goods, : Mr. Harry Moore, Paradise, was In town yesterday. Dr G. F. Chapman, was in town yesterday. Centertown, by m. Clothing and Shoes is FAIR BROS. $ CO. Take Staple Goods" Goal Shirting Have that long hair trimmed Bulllrgtoii the barber County Clerk D. M. Hockcr went to Roslne yesterday on business. Dr. and Mrs J. R. Pirtle returned .from their bridal tour jestcrday. AND OUR DRESS GOODS WELL! You just ought to seo 'era. Tho prettiest Hue of dainty fabrics ever shown in Hartford. 8plcndid values at poverty prices. The ro is no reason why every woman should not bo well dressed who will visit our store, for sho is euro to find tho goods slio is hunting and tho prices nro a small. consideration. And (bed we have other things besides Dress Gooods that women wear. Wo havo Ribbons, Hair Ornaments, Gloves, Belts and Buckles, Collars and Cuds in fact everything that woman wear or have to do with. All guaranteed to be of the untwisted kind and tho prices the smallest thing about them. W"- -. '" When you want to buy Good Shoo, Cheap Shoes, Nice Shoes, go to the Cash Store. Why bother nbout shaving yourself when we have as good a barber as E. L. Bullington. Hon. E. D. Walker and Mr. H.P. Taylor have been In McIIeury this week taking depositions. The Cash Store has received new Dimities nnd Ginghams, Lawns, white goods this weeK. They are cheap. person. Oor Ilttlo boy has boon Hood 'S nwv troubled Sarsa- 5c, Good Cottonade loc, l5ooi Calico 4c, Best Domestic 5c, Good Bed Ticking 10c. See. them. There wns never a finer assortment intotvn. with bis throat bat HT since taking Hood's Barsaparllla, soreness snd hoarseness have gone and he Is better In health." Una. Mattih QorroK, Dukedom, lynncuBee. Oct Hood's. Hood's Pills become the favorite cattir-UnltU everyone who tries tlicm. 25c. per box. r'ures VWU parilla hdC o Take Clothing" f THE CONVENTION. The Democrats Hold a Lively Convention at the Court House. nr.jii-sr.- Boys Knee Suits 5 to 13 ytars 90c, Youths Suits, 3 piece goods, $1.50, Men Wool Suits $ 5.ooMen very fine Suits , sacks and frocks, $7 50 to $15.00. The Bolton Slippers are the thing OTHERS M.OW for you to wear during this warm CLOTHING, but we StSIX THEM. weather. Call at Carson & Co's and see them. OUR MILLINERY Has been tho talk of tho county. And 110 wonder. When you see one of the Hats Miss Sarah Collins sends out you know it, because its tho prettiest Hat you ever saw. And the prices just as with other things you get at our store, you don't mind 'em. ayi Take Millinery 1st. We have a trimmer that cannot, be excelled, and. We bought our goods for cash. 3rd. We carry the stock. 4th. The prices are the lowest, the style the latest Visit us before buyiug. Mr. Robert Gillespie was elected and ordained a ruling Elder in the C. P. Church last Sunday evening. Rev. Hicks conducted the ordination. Misses Ella and Mary Bennett, Mr. Andersonville; Fred Bennett, Mr. Taylor, Bethabra, visited the family of Mr. Jo L. Carson Saturday and Sunday. cah it 11 the day. , Take Dress Goods" W s, Duchesse, Marquise Cordelles, Plain and Colored Mulls, Tercals, White Goods, India I.incns, Scotch Ginghams, Ducks, Crepous, Wool Dress Goods. Lowest prices guaranteed. Dim-Hie- latest Style, Jaconat The Big Cash Store has alieady bought more wool than anyother houses in Hartford. Why because it pays more and sells goods the cheapest. On last Sunday the Whitesvilles deieated the Owensboros in a game of baseball at the grounds of the former by a score of 1 1 to 9. The clubs play at 3:45, at Owensboro Last Saturday was' the time announced for the holding of the Demo cratlc Convention ol Ohio county to select delegates tu the First Railroad District Convention which meets at Owetsboro May 15. A small number of Democrats came in from the country and with the members of the party from the town, who turned out pretty well, the best vote, between Dempsey nnd Richardson, showed a little over one hundred taking part. Chairman Likens called the meeting to order and declared nominations for permanent chairman in or- IN FURNITURE We are completely slocked. Wo havo tho prettiest Chairs you over saw. Wo have the handsomest and most serviceable Bed Room Suits you ever laid eyes ou. Then wo have Tables, Hat Racks, Bedsteads, Mattrc&scs, Ac, till you can't rest n until you on one of our Couches, which aro tho most restful pieces of Furnituro you could buy. And tho prices just as before, Sru-inglay-dow- OUR GROCERY We alwavs keep full stocked up on Lino is nevo neglected. everything to eat the very freshest and best. For staple and fancy Groceries of al lkinds, you need go no further than our store. Prices same old story. ( Take Shoes" Triesmeyer goods are the best, and every pair is warranted. A guarantee from us mean something. Don't buy your slippers until you inspect our line. Take Anything - - We are certainingly leading in every line. We buy lor cash and sell strictly for same, hence we can afford to sell lower than our "would-b- e Bring us your competitors. We will pay highest WOOL, EGGS and FEATHERS. brice. , Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO, Friday, Mav 10 1895, Prop. & Co's. for Straw Bring your wool to Carson & Co. Baled hay for sale by Field & Holbrook. Mr. C L. Haidwlck went to Tadu cah Tuesday. i Mr. W. G. Hardwick is on the sick list. Come to Carson Goods. Mr. Herman Render, Centertown, called to see us yesterday. Miss Mabel Brown is quiet sick at her home neartown. Mrs. A. J Casey and son, Walker, returned to Owensboro Tuesday. We have a pretty line of Laces and Embroideries. Carso.v & Co. d Summer Normal. Seethe "ad" or the Beaver Dam Esq. Jont B. Wilson, in town yesterday. Prentls, was Davis and Ames Buggies for sale by Field & Holbrook. We are headquarters for Millinery Goods. Cakson & Co. We will pay the highest market price for wool. Carson & Co. Mr. W. L. Spalding, Louisvllle.vis-itebis family here last Sunday. Mr. W. A. Gibson is still Improving and in a few weeks will be able to be out. Born to the wife of V. P. Cornc Anything that you want in Wash litis, Beaver Dim, on the 7th iust. a Fabrics can be found at Carson & fine boy. Co's. Messrs. HileyTuylor and John Beaver Dam, returned from Louisville Wednesday. Mid-ktl- Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Raley, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hocker Tuesday. If you want first-clacall on Field & Holbrook. the very best. ss baled hay, They have Ro-sin- e, Master F.stil Hoover fell ofl a See the beautiful line of Wash bicycle Wednesday inomlngandspain-e- d Silks, Satins, Dimities, Piques and his left arm quite seriously. Percals at Carson & Co's. Mr. Win. Brown, Centertowu, callMessrs. Jno. T. Moore nnd Z. II. ed to see in yesterday and reports cut Shultz will visit friends and relatives worms very bad in his section. Miss Sallle Quisenberrygiive a very pleasant entertainment to a number ol he friends on Saturday evening. Mrs. E. D. GufTy and daughter, Miss Mercedes, are visiting Mrs Gully's father, Mr. E. B. Allen, Whites-vill- Miss Sara Collins, Milliner for Carson & Co., is having an immense trade this season. at Sulphur Springs e. Mr. Bud Acton. Sulphur Springs, died Thursday of typhoid fever and was buried at Mt. Vernon Church Don't forget there will be preaching at Roslne next SUuriay night and Sunday night and atCanerun 011 Sunday at 11 o'clock. G. J.flRAN.Pastor. The Populists held a meeting at the Court House last Saturday and postponed their Convention, but their County Committee, Friday. ir Mrs. Wm. J. Bennett, forjuerly of Betla, this county, died at Her home at Stanley, Daviess county, Saturday Carson & Co have just received a night ana was buried at No Creek ou large shipment of Boltou Slippers. Monday. Rev. G. J. Bean conducted For service and style they cannot be the funeral services. excelled. Mr. F. M. Westerfield living on the Little Owen Lee, n son of Mr. Isham Townsend farm one mile from town, Lee, met with a painful accident last has been compelled to plant a second Sunday while seesawing in which his time no less than 30 acres of corn, which had been destroyed by the cut arm was broken. worms. If you ride in an Afaies or Davis Misses Altha Jenkins, Hulda Bry-an- t, Buggy you will bo comfortable all the Messrs. B. Smith Jenkins, B. time. For Sale by Field & Holbrook. Frauk Tenkins.Hablt, passed through town Monday on their way home Two of our enterprising young from Cromwell, where they Had been Messrs. W, O Hardwlck and A. visiting relatives. luen I. Nail have opened up a, confectionery in the Collins property on Market Miss Annie Newcorab, Clear Run, Street. died last Tuesday and was burled family burying We are full on advertisements this Wednesday in the "Bean preached week, and you will save money by grounds, Rev. G. J. chrisseeing them and trading with those her funeral. She1 was a model tian lady, about a years ot age and people who nsk for your patronage. had many friends who will mourn , Tht New York Dry Goods Co., of Iter loss. Ovvensboro, present to the readers of Messrs. Alfred Hudson and Hugh Tub Rkhubmcan an "ad" for their Tracy have purchased and overhauled Mr. Glantr, the Managinspection. er, is a new man in Owensboro, but the pleasure boat formerly the properClub and the by strict business principles he is fast ty oftake Hartford Fishing new locks the boat to the building up an immense trade. Call will where they will on him and mention Tub KUi'Unuc near Livermore an and you will get the full worth of board n number of men at work on the locks. Success to you, boys. , your money. 6, That we instruct the delegates Mr. W. R. Cliinn and Miss Minnie Blankenship, of Beaver Dam, were to cast the vote of Grayson county as married at the Commercial Hotel a unit for the Hon. W. O. Bradley, Wednesday by Rev, G.J. Bean. They for Governor and for our fellow W. Long, for Treasurer. arc both prominent young people, The Convention was a very enthuare deservedly popular nmoug their siastic one, and the Republicans of acquaintances. Grayson mean business. Dr. J. S. Coleman has received a hand of tobacco from his son, Mr. Cry John V. Coleman, who is now in N. C, which is perhaps the finest sample of tobacco ever seen in the town. iieivek d.ui. Ids known as the "North Carolina Seed Leaf," and is the highThe Methodist IJpiscopil Church est priced tobacco in the world, bring- was dedicated Sunday. Rev. J. R. ing $150 per hundred. Turner and wife, Mrs.Speed add Miss Pary, Louisville, were present From P. Coleman, formerly of Mr. John to 10 a. m , Sunday, was spent in been in the South some 9 Hartford, has prayer and praise, and love feast was benefit of his health. engaged in. The congregation then mouths for the He is improving but has lately been dispersed and went over to the Bapcompelled, owing to the condition of tist Grove where Dr. Turner deliverbis health, to reiusc a promotion to a ed a sermon. A snug $700 was made 4,000 position with the Walter A up after the sermon. Dinner was Woods Co , with which he has been served on the ground. The dedicaconnected for several years. in the tion sermon was delivered Cromwell Lodge No. 420 F. & A. church at 3 p. m. by Rev. Turner. Mrs. O. P. Drunton, who has been M. located at Beaver Dam. had a very enjoyable session at its last meeting quite low for the last three weeks, is no better. Saturday night, 27. Four canMrs. Alice Barnard is much better didates were initiated. A large number of visiting brethren were in ats and is visiting her sister, Mrs. Adam tendance, who report the Lodge iim Nave, Taylor Mines. commonly Miss Etna Taylor, The very flourishing condition. Lodge room has been recently carpet- known as "Aunt Et," is very low. Miss Teente Hays, Rochester, is ed and otherwise improved. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Miss Mary Hocker, who has been Miss Belle Sawders, milliner at visiting the family ot her- - tincle. Mr. G. G. Fair, received a telegram Wed- Morgantown, spent Sunday at her nesday, announcing the death of her home with Misses Phelps, Waddle father, Dr. S. G. Hocker, of Stand-for- and Messrs. Sweatt, Smith, Hoskins Ky. She left immediately for and Neal as visitors, Mr. Joe D. Tanner, wile and chilhome, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Fair. Dr. Hocker was a prom- dren, Mr Jake Tanner and little inent physician of Standford, about daughter, Miss Minnie Dabb spent 60 years of oge and leaves a wife and Saturday and Sunday at Mr. H, D. two children to mourn his loss. Hunt's. Mr. Perry Westerfield left Tuesday Dr. J. 15 Fendleton nnd Messrs. J. for Nashville. He will travel for a W. Ford, Rowan Holbrook, Andy shoe house. Bell and Lem McIIenry made up a Mr. J. L. Butler and wife, Mr. J. gay fishing party that left Hartford R. Phipps and wife stopped at the Tuesday evening for Hudnall's Lake Austin House Sunday. and the Thoroughfare in the southern Miss Myrl Butler, Morgantown, part of the county near Rochester. who has been visiting Jn Louisville, They have had a glorious time. The stopped over Sunday with Miss At- finny tribe has been the chief object tye Austin to attend the dedication. of the pursuit, but some hunting has Attyb. been done and a considerable amount They reof game has been killed. Ilrcensed. row. turn home oi On Saturday morning, last, Mrs. Westerfield died at her home A good school is the life of any Jacobmiles southeast of town. She two town, and a Summer Normal is some bad been as well as usual until Friday thing that will inspire new life in a morning, when she left oft work in town. In this issue you will see the garden where she was engaged in announcement ot the Beaver Dam the planting saying that she was some Summer Normal, under the manage- not feeling well. She went to the ment of one ol the leading educators house and lay down nnd was soon unProf. conscious and remained soforseveral of the State, Prof. E. R. Ray. Ray's school lasfsummerwas a grand hours. She wasbetter early Saturday success, and this summer it promises morning, but died later. Rev. G. J. to be much better than last. A Beatf preached the funeral home young gentleman or young lady who Sunday at 1 o'clock to a ntthe numlarge wishes to be thoroughly equipped for ber of relatives and friends, after teaching should take a course in the which the remains were interred in Beaver Dam Summer Normal. Oakwood. She was a faithful, earnActing through the blood, Hood's est christian, a loving wife, an aflec- Sarsaparilla not onty cures scrofula, ; tlonate mother, a kind friend and an salt rheum, etc., but gives health obliging neighbor, and her loss will be, deeply felt in the community. nnd vigor to the whole body. Ash-ville, ber. for Children Castoria Pltcher's A-ir- il der. Mr. J. P. Sanderfur was chosen Chairman nnd Mr. Heber Matthews, secretary. Mr. T.'E Fogle presented the name of J. F. Dempsey, and Mr.H. P, Taylor presented the name of Frank B. Richardson, while the name of Tifton A. Miller was presented by Mr. R. P. Chairman Likens came to Hocker. the rescue ol those candidates who were conspicuous by their lack of sup porters and nominated Moore, and Morrow, the shoe man, all in a bunch. Messrs. B. D.Ringo nnd T.J. Smith were appointed tellers and the vote gave Dempsey 92, Richardson 32, Miller 2, Moore 1, McElroj o, Morrow o. Motions were nude and carried giv-It.- g Dempsey first and Richardson second instructions. The following delegates were appointed: S K Cox, Dr. J E. Pendle ton. T. J Smith. J. E. Fogle, T. L. Griflin. J. S Glenn.C. P. Westerfield, J. B. Wilson, J. J. Mitchel. J. M. Holloway, J. C. Greer, A. J. Bell, W. G. Tilford, E. R. Ray, Hon. A. B. Ticbenor, H. P. Taylor, S. C. Taylor, F. W. Acton, J. D. Maddox.V. Stewart, J. W. Cooper, C. W. Taylor, G. W. Render, J. L. Render, Heber Matthews, R. A. Stewart, E. T. Williams, R. M. Wilson, Jo B. Vickers, E. P. Thamas, J. M. Casebier, B. D. Riugo, J. P. Sanderfur, John B. Stevens, B. F. Giaves, John E. Magan, and all other good Democrats of Ohio Mc-Ulr- CALL AND SEE USI If you don't sco it. wnat you want, call for it you're sure to get Wo make a point to keep fully stocked up with all tho various supplies that families need. We'll treat you well, savo you money on your purchases and plcaso you well. You're in the Right Place When You Trade 0ARS0N' & CO., wim HARTFORD. 3 Picco Solid Oak only REDUCTION ALL ALONG THE LINE. Suits, large Bevel Plate, Bed-Roo- m $11.90. 3 Piece Oak Suit for $15.00 Extra large Plate, Large Solid Oak Sideboard Bevel Chairs all for Plate, nicely carved ? county. and finished; together with 0 high back Oak Dining Hon. T. T. Smith, offered the resolution which was adopted: "Thqt the convention now instruct all delegates oi this convention to vote for Judge J. F. Dempsey first in the District Convention at Owensboro so long as he is a candidate before it; and we further Instruct our delegates from this county to vote as a unit in said District Convention upon all matter coming before it," The Convention then adjourned. ........$15.00 and MAKE the Parlor Ruits $10.50, and up. WE lead in STOCK and STYLE, . PRICES RIGHT. We want Write your TRADE. come to SEE us. 104-20- 6 or, , n The U. S. Gov't Reports E. Main, show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. 9 , . to-m- Wanted! 10,000 pounds oi wool at once. Will pay 16 cents per pound for same. J. B. Foster. Wanted! 200,000 feet each Oak and Hickory lumber. OWENSBORO WHEEL CO,, OwnNsnono, Ky, 38.2m .. i .- Baggies, Carriages, pring Wagons, , . . (aris " Lighter, Better and Cheaper than Ever. 1 - "How Jo Cure nil NUI11 Diseases." Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requirCures tetter, eczema, itch, all ed. eruptions on the face, nose, &c, leavFor account Convention of People's To Make 1'itro IIU01I, ing the skin clear, white and healthy. Party of Kentucky at Louisville, May There is no medicine before the Its great healing and curative powers 15th and iCtli. Tickets will be on people equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla, no other remedy. sale May 14th and 15th at one fare It is the standard spring and blood are possessed by Ask your druggist for SwaynjVs $3 10 for the Round trip good until purifier and it possesses peculiar mer' 34 May 17th 18g5.II. Murhick, Agent. it which others try in vain to reach. Ointment. It really makes the weak strong. Do Monor, On May 20, and for every morning not neglect to purify your blood this I wixt STerr man snd woman la the tTnltsd In lbs Oplora and Whlikr lutel to passenger train of May 21, tickets Take Hood's Sarsaparilla kablts lnl.r.it.d of bt books on Inst dls hsts ons blast. Addr.il II. M. Wooll.jr, Atlanta, .Ua. will be on sale to Louisville Ky. , and now. lloi 135, sad oas will be tent 70a tree. return at $3.10 for the. Annual ConHood's Pills become the favorite BE8TINQIMUT vention of Kings Daughters gow? cathartic with everyone who tries MOST IN QUANTITY. them. 35c. per box. till May 24th to return. II. Merrick, Agent. m For Reunion Confederate Soldiers A Cnril ol lliHiilia. Houston Texas May o to 25, 189s, Stanley, Ky., May 6, 1895. tickets will be on sale May 17 and 18 I wish to return my heartfelt thanks 1895 at $19,35 for round trip good WHITE'S CREM to the people ol Stanley, Daviess for 15 days to return and can be furKeboolTnx. county, and Beda, Ohio county, for ther extended for 15 days by deposl. The School Board has ordered that ting ticket with agent of terminal the kindness shown our family dur- line. FOR SO YEARS In Haitford shall have all H. MrmitiCK, Agent. Has lod all WORM Romedlos. ing the recent illness and death of a tebate of 3 per cent, by paylug on 'EVERY I0TTLE iUARANTEED. my mother. May heaven's blessing e Dr. S. J. Wedding and. wife of or before the jjth.of May, J8J95. . sold 11 v ax.1. nuuGoiaxs. . visited Col. and Mrs, J S. R. Yours truly, rest upon you. loch. Attest: S. K. Cox, Scc'y, ituianusiituiiiia to., 40-Wedding this week. R. II. BrtNHitrr. '" Call and see our Kubber Tiro and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. Wo lead in Buggies, Harness .and Saddlory Goods. 110 & 112 Main St. and 209 Allen Streot, JOHN G. DELKER, VERMIFUGE! ' tax-paye- Ro-Bin- HorndonCartorCo. aro headquarters, on wool. See thoir"ad" in this issue. i.. m jirt.iw .11 V ulri .r,ilfc'lilAdliliMi Hartford Republican Friday, May io, ECHOES. The following beautiful essay was read before the Llvermore Literary Club recently by Miss Nanuye Punk: "Life without hope is like drawing nectar through n sieve, And hope without on object cannot 1895. live." What is the value ol Hie without an object in view? It Is quite true some are satisfied to sit and gaze ami gossip about the success or failure of enemies and friends, as "Old Women's Gossip Club," and "Old Men's Slang Club" is full and overflowing with echeos of their meetings. They are no respector ol persons, and "Many a word at random spoken May soothe or wound the heart that's Tired, WrAk, .rrtoim. means so much more than Means impure blood, and overwork TvT you imagine serious and or too much strain on brain and body. Vsafcaftufr fates' WriaM lata! diseases result from The only way to cure is to feed the triflinjr'. ailments - -nerves on pure blood. Thousands of . r v people certify that the best blood Don t play with Nature s purifier, the best nerve tonic and greatest gift health. strength builder is Hood's Sarsapa-rillIgfr Allegro. vm ui wi t, win 4 fTst time, 7 3d tin What it has done for others it i hausied, tieivout, it will also do tor you Hood's Cures. have 110 appetite end can't work, Nervousness, loss of appetite and rowOKR" Is of all QpsKtTtCmr TUxr-ibegin at once talc M Absolutely purr and vlwletomt, (unit) we're found the beat Claims a placo aboro tbo rest when general debility all disappear ingincniosiiciia- hlestrentthcnlng 4 2. wlln fen pennies get a sara plo Of your Grocer on- - 7 day; Hood's Sarsaparilla is persistently If It is not sat mcdicint.w hleh is 3 iOmU. He yonr pennies will ftrcmn's iron Bit- trl Fatlnrttttimillt Mnvh. taken, and strong nerves, sweet sleep ten. A few bot- - M M i tiutow al'eMl-rn- - crioi-jo-A.nL ((nil.) tboo who use Q. C. D. r. wilierIt a rnrm.mtt fi And accents thartell of a friendship strong body, sharp appetite, and in comcf from the vry first dose : a word, health and happiness follow proved ' " tuen'i it&m rewr T ' ttiyrr -jlz.pjp"$.Jrj 1 That will never blight as perish; ttetk, a ti U It the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. . T" r pleasant to take. There are soft words murmured by The strong point about Hood's dear, dear lips, Sarsaparilly is that they are permaFar richer thau any other; But the sweetest word that ear hath nent, because they start from the solDyiDensIa. Kidnev and Liver I hard id foundation of purified, vitalized irouDics, i neuralgia, Is the blessed name of "Mother." and enriched blood. 4 rConstlnntlon. Bad ninoil cit- Dear friends while we are sowing . Malaria, Nervous ailments Wit In Court. seeds of kindness and little words of Women's complaints. Many witty things are said by our Cltl nnlv the renulne fl li. rrrvutd red love let us pray that our endeavors bright lawyers In V lint on the urrarmcr. the heat of legal Allnthm artsuh. we will be echoed in Heaven and that passion, two sc says the Boston Traveler. Istltntes On receiptor Beautifulstamps will send set of Tan World's f our lives will be pleasantly remember-e- d Two prominent attorneys were enFair View and book free. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MO by the sunshine we have cast here gaged in an assault case before Judge on earth. How beautifully someone Hardy in the municipal criminal court Don't Stop Tnbitrco. has defined the word echo in the folyesterday, whose names, for the sake How to Curb Yourself While lowing lines: of modesty, are withheld. Lawyer A., Using It. The tobacco habit grows I shot an arrow into the air, becoming nettled at Mr. B.'s leading on a man until his nervous system Is It fell on earth I know not where. interrogatories, called him to account seriouslv eflected. impariwr health. I breathed a song into the air, To quit sud sharply. Lawyer B. forgot his cau- comfortis and happiness. It fell on earth I know not where. denly to severe a shock to the sysLong years after in the heart of an tion iu his desire to draw out a satistem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, oak, factory response in the direct examibecomes a stimulant that his system Baco-Cur- o I found the arrow still unbroice, is a nation, when Lawyer A. interposed a continually craves. And the song from beginning to end scientific cure for the tobacco habit 'I believe, sir," began in all its forms, carefully compoundI found again in the heart of a friend. second time. Mr. A. savagely, "that I object to ed after the formula of an eminent your course of putting leading ques- Berlin Physician who has used it in Obituary. his private practice since 1872, withFuneral Services of Hon. J. M. For- tions to the witness." have ears," replied Lawyer B., out a failure, purely vegetable and gy were held at C. P. church here "I You guaranteed perfectly harmless. last monday morning, conducted by solemnly. EAST BOUND dialy daily can use all the tobacco you want, I.OEINVIXI.E.Sr. I.OC1N ATKX.lt. II Mr. Kimberlin, pastor of the C. P. "And I sir," rejoined Mr. A., excit- while taking No. 52. No 54 it will notiWEST BOUND daily daily. writLv. Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p 111 fy you when to stop. Weglvea church of which deceased was a num edly, "have understanding." No. S3 No. Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p in ber. "Well, why don't you use it?" ask- ten guarantee to permanently cure Iv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a in Spottsville . . . 7 42 a in 3 16 p m any case with three boxes, or refund Song by choir; "When Jesus Comes ed the opposing counsel quietly. Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m 8 50 a in 3 23 p m Heads the money with 10 per cent, interest. West Point . 7 25 p m 8 as a m The habitues of the court room Baco-Curto Reward His Servants,"led by J. D. Worthington . . 7 58 a 111 3 30 p m is not a substitute, but a a in Howard . . . . 7 30 p iu 8 28 Tanner; Mibs Minnie Dabbs presidStanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m broke into a roar of laughter, into scientific cure, that cures without the Willowdale . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a m Griffith . . . . 809 a til 3 41 i ra ing at the organ, followed by the which the judge joined, and for the aid of will power and with no incon111 8 45 a in Rock Haven . 7 47 p Mattlngly . . . 8 17 a m 3 47 p m It leaves the system as reading of the 14th chapter of Job, the next few minutes the officers were venience. Long Branch , 7SSPu853am Owcnsboro . . . 8 30 a 111 4 00 p m pure and fi? e fiom nicotine as the 111 8 04 p iu 9 02 a Brandenburg and prayer. Song: Oh, Troubled kept busy restoring order. 8 40 a 111 4 08 p m Pates day you took your first chew or 8 13 pin 9 11 a 111 F.kron Heatt There is a Home. Mr Kim. . 8 55 a 111 4 20 p m Sold by oil druggists, with Powers . . smoke. 821 p 1119 19am Guston . . Waitmaii . . . . 905 a in 4 29 p m our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per berlin spoke as follows: Cry 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Irvington Lewisport box, three boxes, (thirty days treat9 13 a m 4 36 p m 8 38 p m 9 39 111 Judge Forgy was born June 23 i8Webster . . . . Cayce ment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon re9 19 a 111 4 42 p ra 8 45 p m 9 47 a Lodiburg 20, died March 24 1895, aged 74 years . . 9 23 a ra 4 45 p m SEND SIX ceipt of price. falcon . . . 8 55 p 111 9 56 a m Pierce . . STAMPS FOR SAFLE BOX, Petrie l!oiirl7 llie Unit I'ollry. 9 months and one day. He became 9 29 a in 4 51 p m . . . . 9 00 p 111 10 00 a m Sample ilawesvlllc 'A couple of pickpockets o 17 a 111 J m ti w had BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. a christain when a young man and . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m Stepuensport Skiltman . . . . 9 48 a in s 09 p ra united with the C. P. church at Point "pinched" a fine gold watch from a Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing . . . 9 14 p 111 10 14 a m Addisdn 10 00 a in 521 p in Shops Company, Manufacturing Chemists, Holt Pleasant and was soon therealter elec- victim, who offered a reward of$ioo Ia Crosse, Wisconsin. 9 17 p m 10 20 a m Clovcrport . . 10 05 a 111524 p in 28 p m 10 33 a in for its recovery and no questions askClovcrport 9 ted a ruler elder near 40 years ago. Holt 10 20 a 111 5 36 p m Shops . . . 9 31 p iu 10 37 a m Addison . . . 10 23 a 111 540 p m He served that church as an elder ed. The notice fell under the eyes ol TUP, TINE SADDLE AND HARNESS STALSkill man . . . 9 43 p m 10 50 a m Stephensport . . 10 28 a 111 5 45 P m LION several years and was then transfer- one of the gentry before the watch Hawesville . . 9 54 p m 1 1 02 a m Sample . . . 10 37 a in 5 52 p m red to the church at Lebanon and had been disposed of, and he took it Petrie . . . . 10 02 p m 1 1 09 a m Pierce . . . . 10 41 a in s 57 p in to his pal. Falcon . . . 10 07 p m 11 15 n m was elected by that church as an elder Lodiburg . . 10 49 a tu 6 06 p w Cayce . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a m "I say, Dill." he said: "here's a Webster . . . io 57 a 111 6 14 p 111 and continued to serve such until the Lewisport . 10 18 p m 11 25 a m Irvington . . . 11 05 n in 6 22 p m C. P. church at Morgantown was or- chance lor us to get $100 for the tickWaitman . . 10 25 p m 1133a i" Gustoti . . . n 14 a ra 6 40 p 111 ganized March 14, 1874, he became er." Powers . . . 1035 p in 11 43 am 11 22 a 111 6 48 p m Ekron . . "It's worth $400," replied Bill. Pates . . , . 1048 p ra 11 56 am one ot its charater members and was Brandenburg . it 31 a 111558 pm "Yes; but you see we get this $100 Owensboro . 10 59 p 111 12 06 p in elected an elder iu which capacity he Long Branch . 1 1 39 a iu 7 07 p ra Mattlngly . it 09 p m 12 18 ptu Hock Haven . 1 47 a ra 7 14 p m continued to serve until bis death, and no more questions asked." Griffith . . . 11 14 p m 1223 p 111 Wlllowdnlc . 11 53 a " 7 P ' "And we lose allthebalance?" sugfaithfully discharging every duty Stanley . . . 11 18 pm 12 27 put Howard . . . 12 02 p 111 7 30 p ui he was appointed to do. He frequent- gested the tifrifty William. Worthington 11 25 p 111 12 35 p m West Point . . 12 05 p 111 7 35 p m "Perhaps, but we get the hUudred Rends . . . 11 33 pm 12 4 pm ly represented the church In Presby. 12 45pm 8 15 pm Ky Street Spottsville . 11 45 pm 12 53 p 111 Ar. U Louisville 1 00 n 111 8 30 i m straight." tery and Synod and at least once in Basketts . . . 11 53 put 12 59 H. C MoitDUit, G. P. A., "And that ain't what we want." the General Assembly. I have known BOB DENMARK 12 10 am 1 15 pm Ar. Henderson Louisville, Ky- Bill's pal rubbed his chin and con- Saddle and harness horse, nnd will be him immediately since I have been at my stable on Mondays, Tuesdays, 2 his pastor, now over five years. I templated his partner seriously. "You're a good deal worse than I miles east of Hartford, at the Harthave not known him to fail to disford Water Mills on Wednesdays and charge any duty assigned to him by am, Bill," he said at last in a tone of Thursdays and Hotton Fridays and sorrow. the session duringmy teim of service. Saturdays. Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern R. It. "I guess not," protested Bill. He will be permitted to serve mares He never made excuses when called at $3 00 to insure a mare with foal between us." to perform any service for his church, "It's a stand-of- f TjusxiS Money due "Not much," responded the pal; nnd $4.00 single leap. such .as a pastor frequently hears when the fact is nFceitalned, service nrrwccN such as want of time and pressing "I'm willing to be honest when I get rendered or mare transferred. Due Detroit care taken, but not responsible for business obligations etc. He was the chance, but you ain't." accidents. frequently elected and filled position Free Press. AND Bob Denmark is DESCRIPTION of honor and trust by his fellow a beautiful blood bay, 7 years old, countrymen, always receiving a libtOyi hands high, with fine mane and Mr. W. E. Bottorf of Jeflersonvllle, eral vote from the opposing political Ind., and Miss Maud Sanders, of this tail, good style and splendidly gaited. ALSO party. He filled the positions of city, were married at 8 o'clock last PEDIGREE Bob Denmark waa rnoM AND TO county school Supertnlendent, coun- night by Rev. J. R. Crawford. The sired by Darling Denmark, he by CINCINNATI AND EVANSV1LLE. Happy Cross, he by Carrod Chief nnd ty Judge and member of the Consti- bride is a popular young lady living he by Membrino Chief. Garrod Chief I)o not purchase Ticket tutional Convention. on Third street and the groom is a 'sired nine colts that trotted in the NORTH. CAST, SOUTH OR WEST . d He was estimated by all as a well known employe of I'. A. Ames thltttes or belter and that sold at an average of $, 000, The dam of Bob Christian gentleman. AnothUutll you have co'uauUtd nil Agent ef the Denmark was sired by old Carbeau er one ol the old land marks Is gone. & Co. They will reside here. Owcnsboro Messenger, r Chief, he by Lewis' Carbeau and lie We shall miss him. But we sorrow & by imported Carbeau, Dam of Darla Dims not as others which have no hope for " isaiaiesieaseia.aassasei " Tlia Truth la Monti lUiona.il. ing Denmark, Fannie Oflut, she by I.1MITK1I TRAINS; we have abundant reason upon which Have goods to advertise and male Humbolt. out of Clara Fisher. Hum-bolt- 's to bast? our hope that our loss is his I'ULWIAN UUl'DltT BUtltrmtS, figafiT but not fettered by human Insire wa? Green Mountain Black-hathe advertisement read as naturally as , HOUHKN liQUIl'MKNT. dam of Humbolt, a Messenger firmities but fashioned into the like- you would speak (o the customer. Clara Fisher was sired by JOHN HCHOW, ness and image of Christ at his com- We often hear it sM "The public mare. T. B. LYNCH, likes to be fooled," but we don't bes Davy Crocket, a brother to Drenuon . ing. GEN PA89, AaT. OtN. Max. Art In Advertising. J P THOMPSON, Hautfobd, Ky. At a meeting ol the Session oftne llevc it Lsviiviu.. Ky- snow, Inside is the fires warm, cheerful glow And we sit by itchcek touchingcheek; Silent sometimes and sometimes we speak, So I find in winter as summer weath er, Happiness means to be together. Perhaps many arejustexperiencing this happy phrase of life and the echo will come later on. What echo in life is sweeter than the laughter of an innocent child? How many can look back to childhood days and echo the songs our mothers lulled us to sleep with? Do we ever hear, "bye oh, baby bunting," and "bye my baby bye oh." That a tender cord Is not touched? The word "mothei" will awaken many sleeping thoughts for There are words that speak of a friendless love Which burns in the hearts we clieer-is- h, broken." I.ct the object of our life lw something elevating and let it ever echo high and inspiring seritiments. Let us try and make our lives edifying so in alter years the memory of them. will echo interesting and delightful thoughts. How many sentiments do we hear expressed nhat seem to echoe in our hearts? Is there a maiden whose heart would not echo of a noble minded man, were he to whisper in her ear something like this: Bo you ask me love with fond caress, What seems to me perfect happiness? Well, a golden sun, a sapphire sky, And emerald earth, and you and I Koaming through woodland green together That's happiness in summer weather. They say it is winter, outside is the March 34 at 4 p. ui. the committee was appointed to droit resolutions commemorative of deceased: W. A. Helm, J. JJ. Tanner and J. F. Philip's, which repotted as follows"! Whereas It has please our all wise Heavenly Father in the dispensation of His providence to remove from our midst Judge J. M. Porgy, an honored member ol this body by detail at his home nt Morgantown, Ky., at 5 o'clock Sunday morning March 24, 1895, and while we bow with humble submission to this the will ol our Master who knoweth what is best. RusoiA'nn, That in the death of Judge Forgy the Presbyterian church at Morgantown, Ky., has lost one of Its nUlvc and devoted members and a loyal and faithful officer, he having been one of its first nnd continuous elders since the organization of said church at this place Nov. 14, 1874, the town and community a Christian gentleman, a worthy and usefut citizen, his children a kind and indulgent father. Second, That these resolutions of respect be spread upon the minutes of the Session and a copy be furnished the family of the deceased, and to the Green River Republican for publication, W. A. Helm, 1 Committee. J. D Tanner, J J. F. Philips, Which was abopted. Mr, Kimberlin then made a few appropriate remarks based upon 14 emphasizing Christ chap, of John 1iA ntntr artin-!. fa nil tn iW'lllV Jtl Mini way with assurance that the end was t . i..&!. ur- - tT cvcxyiuakiug inc. Jic wua iu;iuncii by Dr. Finley in most appropriate and feeling words reviewing the life and character of Judge Forgy as he knew him for many years. After which his body was borne to the cemetery at Morgantown and laid to rest to await the resurrection of the Just. Green River Republican. church 11c-lo-f Don't Morrow YlnrNplHlil"r'I'nifr. The Princeton Banner strikes the key note when ho says: "Suppose the editor of this paper should publish only half enough papers each week for his regular subscribers, and send them out with the request that after it had been read it should be handed to the next neighbor who 13 n subscriber. How do you think that ork? It is very cettain it would would not give satisfaction, yet there are a number of people in tills country who never pretent to take a paper, depending nllthetimcon their neighbors. Some of them have the cheek to borrow the paper before the owner reads it himself. 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