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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895051701 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ;va altfa iMiiii$ i If J, I., U.n. Onrnouf Jnr", J. L. Carson & Son, Vf ' Tee Haeteobd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE MAffn iouii HAVE YOVPAID nf?nnnnfnmvn ita mmwmiv. Careful Estimates made on all Carpentering and Building. Terms rcn Bounble. Hartford, Ky. PAEH Ik! TBE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. - stand with Tho Ropubllcan. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanoo and wo win Bona you Tho Louisville Wookly Commercial ono yoarl I froo. Subscrlbo ntonco. Will ahow how you THIS TAG VOL. VII. frARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1895. GRAYSON, CQUNTY Oomo6 to tho hood ot states was dott&l thick with the graves of her rldblest sons, stricken down in the very bloom of life, not until the entire land wVs filled with children, who watched with eager eyes for fathers who came not; wives by whose lives were a trageJy whtch had left them desolate; indeed not until the mighty storm of passion bad literally worn itself out with its own terrible fury, did the star of peace rise In the murky heavens and the brothers dropped their accursed implements of destruction and with clasped hands above thc'gmvcs ot fallen comrades. Standing in the ashes of ruined homes, with blood, every drqjl of which offoreign camc'iiot from the for, but from pie hearts of American citizens, but one float above American soil. Thirty odd years have rolled away. The muttering guns of Shiloh and Stone River Time with its are heard no more. kindly hand has heated the ugLet no man say as we ly wounds. stand by the graves of the heroic dead on that day, which was the right cr which was the wrong. Let us only remember that they were Americans, all who went down into the shadow of the valley of death for their convictions, but let us come bearing roses for the blue and HUies for the gray, tears aid love for the blue and tears and love for the gray. F. M. Pharris. NO. 42. Leavening Power. Hhjhet of all la - - Latwt U. S. Gov't Rcporf 7 PROFESSIONAL OAItD. Front with a A IS ground: Eoal Sensation. , to tljeOrajsoti A, correspondent Gazette from Biff Cllfty 1ms the fol lowing to soy about a hole in the Bio Cliitv, Ky., May 9; '95 Editor Gaztte: Doubtless themost remarkablcdifcovery of the nineteenth ceniury wdi made Tueiday rooming by James Pierce, Warren RddA Powder 5S55r273 Baking PURE ABSOtVUTEKY Mr. D. E Black Saturday evening, Mrs Win. Brown, Mrs. An Felix, and Mrs. G. B. Urown, spent Sunday at Mrs Kqtte Maples. Mr. and Mts. J. R. Felix spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Judie 5 McDowell. Perryman will fill his ;eyjj J- OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his proiewion in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, uanK 01 iqratncrce iiuilulng. M LAWYER, J. H.Jt. IVrdilllir, Jaa.H.UIenti, 11 1 WwBIVW vWm.vVvKWVVKTS tnHKMX ?vj A '"' -- m'JIitfli '" I r V Wl Burkhead. 1'ranec Thenc gentlemen had started out for a days - sporth fishing nt Vertress' mill, two rriliWtvsfifitU 61 Jhisplace. When abovt one mile soutUrof Jiere they slopped upon a level swampy tract of land, many acres lb extent, to BurJchead having falU dig ed to find bait by digging to the usual depth.remarked "I'll be dinged it I don't dig deep enough to find them here jet." He dug into the solt soil vigorously for a few minutes until his curiosity was excited by striking Castorla. Castorla. a peculiar kind of earth. This led I forehll-dre" Cattorla la to well adapted to children that "Castorla in excellent medicine him to dig deeper until he had reached Mothers hare repeatedly told me of IU I recommend It aa tuperior to any prescription ood effect upon Ihdr children." known to me." the depth of three feet. He made a A. Aftertax, M. D., It. Da. O. C OtoooD, vigorous stroke and tiis hoe slipped lit 60. Oilotd Bt., Brooklyn, H. Y. lowtlt. Mm. from his grasp and sank into an un" Castorla It the Lett remedy for children of "Our phytlcUnt In the children'! depart derground sea. He called to Pierce which Ism Acquainted. I hope the day It not ment hare spoken highly of their experifar dUtant wlien mother, will comlder the ence in their outtlde practice with Castorla, nnd Kefauver who came up and presreel Interest of their children, and use Cattorl and although we only hare among our ently they began enlarging the openliutead of the vartoui quack nostrums which medical tupplle what la known as regular ing. They could then look many are destroying their lore! outi, by forcing products, yet we are free to con feu that the opium, morphine, toothing syrup and other merlta of Castorla hat won ua to look with fathoms into the water which is as hurtful agent down their thro.li, thereby faror upon It." e'ear as a crystal. A pole thirty feet (ending them to premature gravea " Uhitss HotrrTAi. aud DisrEicutftv, Da. J. 1'. Kuiciiaun, long was sunk without reaching the 1 Boston, Mats. Conway, Ark. Amur C Dumi, Pra. bottom. This so aroused their curiThe Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. osity that Burkhead was dispatc bed back to town for fifty feet of rope. A stone was attached to this and let down without finding bottom. This was then tied to the end of the pole let down with like result. and Another fifty feet was procured and tied to the end of the first rope and all let down a depth of 130 feet By gazing down into the unfathomable water numerous fish of all sizes and shapes and colors can be seen when gCURES NOTHING BUT PIlES.g thefunin shining brightly into the if y 7 opening which has been enlarged to 2a and .y?cisi Ljj8xii H known for lOyoors as tho y the diameter often feet. SMfiCf. T 9 BEST REMEPYforPILE8' People for miles around have visiy and many ted the curiosity IkC-V- ir AfMitiijHi, S7.MWS. V rmsriitTlJHUlXSCKKtteO.. itntw w aJw 4afa.'BaLMBaWBm-tuav area. Kaw J nv "MHffiif v !laMM . - ajar beautiful fish have been caught weighing from two to twenty pounds. They are all blind and of extraordinary fine flavor when well cooked. Indeed, there seems to be no limit to the amount of fish that can be caugh. SeveraVnotsul g Jogists aadpther v men of sclencediave been notified and will be here Satr.rday and Sunday to investigate the subterranean sea. d Drs. Terry, Stutevllle and went this morning with ropes and sinkers and apparatus for throwmeans so much more than ing a strong light into the water, , 'you imagine serious and determined to make a thorough in10 JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. 'fatal diseases result from When the light was vestigation. .WARRANTED. PRICE OOcts. O ktxrtx, Hl., Not. 15, ISM. 'trifling ailments neglected. turned on Dr. Terry leaned over and Medicine To., St UhiI., Mo. rtrlt ' bottles of Oentletnen. Wo sold list .year, Don't play with Nature's looking into the water beheld a host OIIOVJTS TABTIILKXS C1IIU. TONIC and hare) .injwjj luu low, laalloarex ' greatest gift uouant wrf. health. of the finny tribe nnd monsters famtho rmitnei bTO TrlMia ol II roan. In aare ante unlTeraal tatta .uch ua.er tol an ariiVta thai iliar to seaman, nnd grasping his xunw. Ifjeuartfetllnjc iacuon at rour loun iruir, "til fif fmrti. tvrtlf . ABaar.CAna ACO. whiskers jumped back and exclaim" and totrally . XJ tor aulo ly Wllllnm A. IIellt1Innrbra nanstea, nervous, ed, "Goob God, boys, let's get away have no appetite and can't work, from here." aStxrln fit sTtnra! air The Lexington Inc the most lella- Many theories have been advanced me aircnziDcnwx medlcine.whlchii but none have been demonstrated to Uraain'l IvAll Kit- Business College. fat laps KaI. be correct. We will report more fulllet core benefit , ) (INCORPORATED comet from the , ly later on. Castorla Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants nntl Children. It contains nolUicr Opium, Morphlno nor other Nnrcotlo KUbatnucc. It la a harmless Eubstltuto for FarcEprltf, props, Soothing- SyruprfjvaptLCajtor OH. llcosiuit. "Tts tmmntco in thirty years uso by Sltlllons of lothers. Castoria destroys "Worms mid allays fcverlslmess. Castorla prevents vomiting- Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves teething: troubles, cures constipation nud flatulency. Castorla assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castorla Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. - Kclauverjtnd vnsr appoTntment't evening at J.B. fing-iftfou- fish-bai- t. 3 o'clock. Miss Cora Felix and sister spent last week at Beaver Dam, Mrs. Blacklock and daughter are visiting Mr. II. E. Felix last week. Little Charlie Black spent the day with Chester Foster Sunday. May 10. Thr Lonrly-Sta- r. aWHMHbHWMWHHHinMH ffSPW&Hm p- OINTMENT I ADnErreuJM laWSSBm ;rtay-.. . at. F sure certain cure -- wmL n straw OCf mSmmf ""?K5yaltS TASTELESS In I There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disease put together, nnd 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, 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 teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They oiler one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. t. BSTSold by Druggist, 75c 4o-4- iPooi' ' Health Wen-stea- COO Centertown. Tf Miss Nora'Sorrels, Cromwell, is in Norn is one of our old Kinderbook. schoolmates and we give her a hearty welcome in our midst Mrs. Sherman Stevens, Morgan-fielis at the bed side of her mother, Mrs. James Chinn, who was seriously hurt not long since. Misses Hattie and Anuie Brooks, Beda, spent Saturday night in Mrs. J. R. Williams spent several days at Kordsville last week, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Antha UcCuen. C. H. Ellis went to Owensboro last week on business. Mr. R. A. Anderson, and daughter, Miss Nettle, went toOwcnsboro last Thursday week returning Saturday. We are glad to state that Rev. L. R. Barnett, who returned from Arkansas not long since on account of ill health, Is improving and wc hope will soon be able to resume his field of labor. Children's Day will be observed at Mt Hermon Church the 2nd Sunday in June. Sunday School at Alexander is in a We have flourishing condition. large crowds and excellent lessons, nndeverybody seems to lake a deep interest Let everyone come and take part and make our school the best in the county. ,, Owing to sickness Eld. Teel failed to commence a meeting at Alexander last Monday night week as was but will be with U3 soon. Miss Emma Stevens has returned troin Whltesville after a week's there among relatives. vMay to. Balrd is the guest o herslsterr MrsjAbbie pcjejBorjiiear Miss Prudie iu.si)i:n.iuou. "k Tile Nmnllpox Lau, The following is the law regarding etnallpox aud vaccination: SRC. 4608. All persons of the age oi twenty-on- e years and over, who have not been vaccinated, or, if vaccinated, not successfully, shall, within three months after this revision takes efTect, procure their own vaccination or as the case may be. Sec. 4610. All parents, guardians and other persons having the care, custody or control of any child or I caiiuren, 01 wno may nave in meir employ and minor or minors, shall have the same vaccinated; and every parent, guardian and person that may have the care, custody and control of any child born hereafter, shall have said child vaccinated within twelve months after its birth, or after it comes under his or her care, custody or control. Sec. 461 1 The city council of every city, and the board ol trustees of every town in the state, are invested with full power and authority to such ordinances.rules and regulations with fines and penalties attached, as will secure the vaccination of all the inhabitants of said cities and towns, and provide necessary means to pay for the vaccination of all paupers and destitute persons in same. Sec. 4616. If any person who has never had smallpox shall go into a house where the disease it, er assocl ated with a person who is afflicted lUerewltiraiy-jrJstlc- e of tticpeace, on due proof of the fact, may cause such person to be conveyed to some house or place in the country where the disease will not spread, there to remain until he shall have gone through the y disease, or until a physician shall that he will not take the same. Ii snch person be not abje to pay the expense of his nursing, the county shall pay the same, cer-cif- ed the result The total vote was smaller by nearly 30,000 than that ot 1892 nnd the Republican gain was only 4475. These figures went to show that no unusual or illegitiment means lud been used to win the triumph. It was easy to see that the people ban deliberately .manifested their preferenegjfor Evans over Tur ney, and, according to the constitution, Evans should have been inaug-arate- d without opposition or objection. But tht. Democrats were determined to retain their power, regardless of law or justice, propriety or decency; and a contest was instituted with a fixed purpose to reverse the result of the election. It is now made to appear by the report ot the Democratic members of the committee that Turney had a plurality of 2358 over Evans, and was therefore elected. Notwithstanding the testimony of the official returns to the eflect that 748 more votes wete cast for Evans than for Turney. The process of figuring by which this conclusion was reached does not deserve a moment's serious consideration. It is simply a matter of prearranged and unscrupulous political larceny, A sufficient proportion of Republican votes was thrown out on technical grounds to effect the desired object. Turney will thus get the office against the known wishes of the people, nnd through the perpetration of a glaring fraud. A Democrat will continue to be Governot after having been fairly voted o,ut, and his party will congratulate itself upon the success of one of the most infamous schemes in the history of American politics. The victory will not prove to be a profitable one, however, It will react with a terrible force in the next election. Good citizens of all parties will join in condemning it and wiping out the reproach put upon the State. There is enough patriotism and manliness in Tennessee to deal rightly with snch a matter. The Republicans will gain thousands of votes on account of an outrage for which there is not ashadawof excuse and when another Democratic candN date for Governor is presented he will be beaten by a majority that no kind of rascality can overcome. Globe-Democr- at LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, orer Anderson's Bataar.) GLENN &WEDDING. Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also isotary I'ublia for Ohio county. .J.,'.!. fBMh mm James -- L. Siaaltla, 5?; . i ' J TT0MEY JT AW JIAIlTJOrtl), KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t" collections. Office east side of puHi'i square M. L. Hbavrin. Siielry Taylor. HEAVRIN & TAYlOR, attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Hpecial attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank oi Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. BeaveuDam, B. D. OUFFT. Kt. B. D. RIHOO fjjgttorneys 3rxy 5c IRiaagr, ntvrtford, Kasatvicfcy. gt ?gaw, . Will practice in all courts of Ohio and ndjoining counties, Huperior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. - R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartfprd House: wriirBARiffEs jMBUT Jo. 111) 1 i :Drown5 Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great rest-ed- y for children and guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only ascts per bottle. Docs Till Mrnn Y011T iron Rifters A aa. very first dose tf traaatai'af mttm afjteaa The man who deliberately taks a newspaper from the- - office and reads , , pleasant I and to It's' , tike. , qnppl Ilia (Jot. lllntie'i oiilrlul 1'ndur.rniout, s'rvalilrns CominoDn.allb, Hi. eruor ot lha Col at th. tflala La., and Ih. heervtar and of ttto H.urlly Trust and Eafcty Treasurer Co Alanine Its lllploinna. THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. Celltgt.) (GkMMc'ni wUA tht ail4 A. I Neuralgia, f f i and Liver Troubles, Constipation, Bad Dlood malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints, UVlDCMIa. It Cures KIdnev f BROWN Get only the genuine It his crossed red lines on the wrapper. All others are tub. siliutes On receipt of two ac sitmpt we will tend tet of len Beautiful World'a Pair View and book free. CHEMICAL CO, BALTIMORE, UO WnSrwSSrVSrJSrJfJSfJ LaJlaa t awtau. iwMk Kialiift !UfMUWWi.fcefvWMh-w-illltik fee m ruitlj ! urHutj Tk Biiu it lasabaa.. T. tVtX 1VVV wttilai th kutii, Y Mbtii dot Ui UrtL Pritkt,plUhe4 4UBM. ftad eMwr.1 WIFM ! MVH1K (Mm DwMilUdlBwdlWaltMkllst lNrh)taBtllIVia.MaV,Ctrilt. flak ifta b(t, Vault ltHU.!lJ.I i: D:i iiy HaarmyotsuFcessIul ttudMits. wnew. naliiriis aaf rvcai. liundreda ol lliuuamUot .Itillura itr aunum leadlna- prcn t,rure ul the lltlfKlltlNCiiM. fnonsl and btulness men who art tts friends and patrons ny.tem ur sieluMl, iiiorlleavl In evury depart In.trncllon wont, niak'.!! in nitiN.qusl4 by any other plan. I.ATAKT IIIUIIrkT AtVAIlUN, "All the first Premiums UolrtaiJ llionta Medalaand niplumss. tlo ," at lb. Internationa Mid; 'Winter Mxlio.lllon, awnrdsd tha ajst.ni of llnaU.Krepinv used In tbl Colltlit. Head P. 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Nntisultiirk. t'ltJX wlili any ours., rtnmanslilp, Business Oorr.spDnd.nce, Oomru.rclal Law, Commercial AfUhouilo and Hprlllnn Wrll. for It t.nl will aava lliillli NTl'ltV, H7ll.000.0O you money Write fiuarantee-- that far Inslrncltooa. or tnon.y r our Oollea. Is ai repreaeniad, 1I1)IUIMU, BLKUANT NKW us, loaded. to m.t th. owned, .reeled and luniUlinl by of our pra ileal tyttem of Instrue-ti- i rraulremMilt l.r, 1'unuro lleut, Kiertrle l.lalit. mo.t Ttnlllatlon, Tb. irfKt equipped lluslneaalarant and llulldlus r Cullene intn.Honlli, UisWAiit -- Home ooll.i.s. whose r.tpontlblllty rMtsuporvihelroord only, will tell you tb.t re yon the ''ism.," or a "more th.y wl thorough ltl course," lit " less tlm.," or lor " less moa.y," etc., than It takes to complete a rourse wild us, Ilewars of suoh claims, they are) rulie, Illustrated 1'atalone fret, Addrwa, ub.CALUOUtf.rr nclpa), Ky, C.Theo.Cain, V3ZX3 PJaCOOTOUZ&AjrZXESi, I I For tho fruit and Moil Ariutie Work, any the orttyle, Fredenca St, , elween 3rdand4l. Gm87 fr, 1. 1 111! A BPEOIAITY-Street. 0 WENSBORO, KY Horse Branch Abry Byers Post No. Dear Comrades: One nnd all both blue and gray, I take lhl3 method of asking you to meet us at the Godsey cemetery on Decoration Day to honor the memory of our The 30th day of fellow comrades. May is set a part and dedicated to the memory of the men who had the courage to do and die for their con viction to offer themselves a willing sacrifice upon their country's altar on that day. Let us forget our aches and pangs and unite in decorating the graves ot these brave men, who went down in that terrible cyclone of death which swept the laud like a bosom of destruction some 30 odd years ago, when sectional hatred burned like a deadly flame in the life blood, when American citizens whose fathers had stood shoulder to shoulder through three desperate wars with foreign foes turned upon each other and forgetting that in the sightofGodandthe world that they were a land of brothers, sought each other's life at the dagger's point. It was a family fued, so bitter, so deadly that the entire civilized world did they stop, mt stood appalled,-no- r until one party was almost annihilated and tke other vent and torn not until every State in the great sister-195, G. A. R. 's lircornf Ion liny. it and then declines upon any pretext whatever to pay for it as much a thief as he who entershis neighbor's barn, at night and takes corn which he does not owu. The newspaper which you read represents the living of the publisher and his family. It represents his best efforts to furnish the best newspaper he can and upon its sale he must depend to pay his debts and secure a living. He must proceed upon the presumption that if a man takes his paper and reads it he intends to pay for it It does not take a moral phllospher to see the hardship and injustice which he suffers when some man comes up and says: "Well it is true that I have been taking your paper from the of fice and my family and I have rejoiced reading it for five years but I do not We have been in the newspaper Hartford, Ky. business now ten years and we believe practice his profeseion in all we have discovered the reason that WILL courts of Obio and adjoining Republican papers succeed no better counties and Court oi Appeals. Specin Kentucky: It seems that most ial attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. Republicans regard them as free horses to ride to death at pleasure and think B. it their especial privilege to beat them out of all they can. Brethren, let up get out of this. Let's call up the shades of the many good Republican HARTFORD, KY. papers that have been attempted in Will practice his profession in th Ltulsville, Bowling Green and other courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. places and make apologies to them, Careful attention given to all business and do more of course we have entrusted to him, Office in Repubno personal interest in the matter. lican Building. Green River Republican. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, so-n- St aw A pesky old grumbler out West flung this paragraph at the young folks the other day: "When the weather is to warm for a boy or young man to do a job of work about tbe house for his mother, he can play base-baall the alter noon in a broil-lu- g ll Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. A BURGEON'S KNIFE (rtroa Mmmmmwu ?i.....i la Etcij Stjlj ad Sin, Ifir Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged . 108 J Main Oitti.7 tailngton, you fueling' of horror and dread. There) la no lontrer necessity t or Iti uso in many dtaeaaea formerly regarded u Incurable without cuttloff. Tho Triumph of Conservative Surgery M well Illustrate! ty ua not I bat, RIIPTIIRP or ireacn. ia now rodi- s ! cauy' cured without tha Knife and wltnout, pain, uumty, cnar- truasea can bo thrown away I They Hover euro but often Induce Inflammation, itraruTU Union and death. Tl I M fl RQ Ovarian, Fibroid (Uterine) IUIT1UIIO and many other, r now removed without tho peril of out-- " Unnleit. Bvrrybody to know that Groves Tustlcss Chill Tonic ia guarautred to LARCB VARIttTy, LATRST Stylrs, At Pactory Prices. Cure Chills and fever, Lagrlppe Bad Best qual. .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll Colds &c, or your money will be Gold Paper . 8c to 10c per Roll refunded in every instance. Sold by liinest embossed Pnpensc to jopcrR'll E. R. BASSETT. E.0.W.6m WlHlnw"& Dell, Hartford Ky. 64a Foutlh S6rSend 6 cts in stamps for samples, II Ate y oil 11U youriiiuacrljitlour Wall Paper, ... RrfDIoRs.rtu6.'. lunu remember to have subscribed for it," Neither does it take a judge to see Daisy Dranu. the criminality of such a course, That man has abused the confidence of the VIVTORY. publisher and his virtually stolen Patmers are very much discouraged product oi his labor through five for the cut worms are destroying years of hard work and by right the corn as fast as it comes up. Garthinking people the man or woman dens are being destroyed also. The guilty of such an act ought to be tobacco plants look well and all are classed with the common rogue. busy preparing their land for tobacExchange. co. Tne Tcmieitee Outrage. Quite a crowd attended the dedicaThe majority report ofthcconi? tion of the church at Beaver Dam Sunday. Among the crowd were niittee appointed to investigate the Mr. Wni. and G. B. Brown, Mr. H. election for Governor of Tennessee E. Felix and family, and Messrs. Will be indorsed by the Legislature, Spurgeon Foster, Willie Felix, Mis- of course. It represents, a foregone ses Mattle Brown, Clara Foster, Mary conclusion, and furnishes the pretext for doing what was intended from the Likens. Mrs. Rllla Black spent Sunday beginning. There is not the least with her mother Mas. J. H. Likens. room lor doubt about the tact that the Republican candidate was honestMrs. A. Foster spent a very pleasant day with Mrs. Wm. Brown Wed- ly and fairly elected. The official renesday. It was the first time she turns gave him a plurality of 784 had been able to leave her home since oyer his Democratic comtwtltor. He and his friends had no opportunity to December. other diseases ot the lower bowel, axe permanently cured wlttout pain or rrenrt to tho knlfo. CTnUP In thn Bladder, no matter o bow largo, U crushed, wathed out and perfectly o (4 without cutting. STRICTURE cutting; In hundred of cue, for pamphlet, reference and all partlou-lar- a, tend 10 cent (in stumps) to World' Dispensary Medical AteooUs-tlo- o, 003 Mala tit., UuSaio, N. X. J$2SS2Z3R& or manlpulatbe the Mr. John Reeks received n very .stuff ballot-boxe- s Illustrated. Cirou hard fall last week nnd we are fear- counting of votes. The election was lars and Prioo Lists, ful he will have to take up his crutch- held under a law passed by the Democrats with a view to giving their Mailed Freo to Any Address. es again. Miss Mary Likens was the gueit oi patty all possible advantages. Dem NEW YORK" SPECIALTY CO., Miss Mattle Brown Saturday night. ocrats had charge of the polls in 353 Brodway, Quite a number oi young people every precinct, aud Democratic State Nrw York, N. Y. a most enjoyable eveniug at officers compiled the vote and declar spent Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio ana adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to all business entrusted to his caro. Collections a specialty. Ollico with tho sun with the thermometer mark'. county Attorney. Also Notary Publio Jng 95 degrees in the shade, or that a 3". Xj. IROCKBIRS, young lady who is too delicate to run a sewing machine in making her own clothing can ride a bicycle at a four minute gait for hours at a time. GREENVILLE, KY. will wait a few minutes long-er- ," Will practice his profession in all the "We said the pastor, "in order to give courts sf Muhlenberg aud adjoining an opportunity for those who may counties. Special attention will be wish to unite with the church to come given to collections nnd all business forwnrd and do so." A solemn hush entrusted to his caro. fell upon tbe congregation, but nobody moved. At last a tall, slender, longwhiskcred crosslantern (Cbnnfy Attorney) eyed man sitting near the door rose up and said: "While the young people in tbe audience are making up their minds upon these HARTFORD, KY. questions, I should like to offer a few Will practice his profession ia tho thoughts on the subject of free coin- Courts oi Obio and adjoiuing conn-tie- s. age of silver." "Old Grumbler" in Special attention givou to col. Richmond Climax. lections. Office in Courthouse. aged 9, writes A this composition on woman: Boys are men that have not got as bfg as their papas, and girls are women that will be ladies by and by, Man was made before woman. When God looked at Adam he said to himself: "Well I think I can do better, if I try again." And he made Eve. Boys are a trouble. They wear out everything but soap. If I had my world would be girls and the way the rest dolls. My papa is so pice that I think he must have been a little girl when he was a little boy. Man was made, and on the seventh day he restHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ed. Woman was then made, and she has never rested since." Is prepared to do any and all kinds Frices most of Dental Operations. USEFUL and INSTRCUTIVE, reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Attorney at Law, E3. IP. isns3jk.ur Attorney at JC&W, l, J. R. PIRTLE DENTIST ,,., fc lie flolJoutri.hL.rni-mftiOTHr. ai a. ELECTRIC TELEMMHK toaif,YUiiortiMJ.T, GrMteatcuTCa-Uaefflc. ban, fuiii iton wa Ott vrth.HWtJUm.; ilifs, bfl mllmt Ayvau mnko lYoni ftd ( QM pr tfc Gam In all J rsUno hmm ul katlaikbon, f ln.tt.rfraufrtt.4tofpf urwurt, tblpp! Oka mJunplta, uy 4W Bf rfliUiiM. put by um ha oat ot nUr m rtlrUtt, ImU turn Mat. WklTfVBttoL AWOf uiir V)jta w rMvnwnita.,t;tfiiiu.tfiiuaDuiafu m AAmAU o nr iif , ui. iiftij TfilhfciVahii'i .'iit- -i Mifctliifeli-'l- - jJLM ru .. - -i 'TjWHTr tV tkJNt -- . V . - Jm,y. ,C-Kltii- WWltffltl irttWlP jfcypjjjjtOjjMNy t ty iytWMytjAlwy. Na'iWlC- - .kv(41 IH vHH hH ib h AND PL Wo have just opened at No 117 West Main St., Owonsboro, Ky., with the Largest and Best Stock of &)ry .oodts, .'.Millinery, brought Ever to Owonsboro. hoes and enfs famishing good& cheap, but you won't thinjc so You may think you have been buying goods alter callingon us and learning our litftUUJjliyiai la J -"-.- C"- PRICES I lid 11 t uuu ouu no iiti, riYI1 OAA know what is good for you don't lf lwi uu nu lift rt IAm tfnil in tnu iimuuiui jvu M r DUy a niCKIC S WOriU Ui JLlJ way of Low Prices. You will have no trouble finding us, everybody will tell you where the NEW YORK DRY GOODS GO'S STORE is. We will be glad to see you. CALICOES, DOMESTICS, GINGHAMS, Etc., all given away. C 1.1. 1 1 I V '!- - iHn x1n Ui UUUUB St uui.il luinmw; lltlll 1l I 11 AWir If you VA11 I "r IT iwwiv 4 TMTrt 1 1 W 4"1 NEW YORK DRY GOODS CO., The Democratic Convention of tbo First Railroad District met at Owens-borJune 17th is the day set opart for Wednesday and at once went PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO the proposed vote on the saloon ques- wild on the. fiuanco question. Tho Proprietor. tion just a month off. Frco Silver and Sound Money men NH11.A. ANOEKIOX .. Editor. ltOUEIlS JO. of and assist in are having a big fight, and no news Come out the nomination had been received May 17, 1895. Friday, nominating the State ticket that will Dempsey at time of going to press. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. be elected in November. seems to have tbo advantage but n STATE SENATOR. Uncle Sam will soon get a hump combination may dclcat bim. Wb are authorized to announce on himself in building tho Rough Dr. A. D.James, All this huo and cry in Kentucky River Locks and eighteen months or Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate about tho financial question is not for State Senator in the 8U1 Senatorial less will find Hartford with steamers District, subject to the action of the at her wharf. And then, go 'way, alone to shield the Democracy from J. GLANTZ, Manager. again represent this county in the lature and Marion county is anxious Legislature propose to solve the fto have n representative who will inancial problem. I say again, for he vote for him. represented this county once before, On Saturday May the 4th the Reyes in that long Legislature, during publicans of Marion elected, by pre the weary and dreary sessions of cincts, a new couuty committee which whiehneatly every honest man. and met iu Lebanon, the following Monwoman too, for that matter, cried out day, and organized, electing a chairin their soul, Oh! for a Cromwell to man and secittnry, ol the committee. prorogue that body. He was clccttd Capt. A. OfTutt, the old Sherman to that Legislature without opposi-- 1 bummer, as our irlends the enemy .tion iu his own patty, for the same would call him, but of whom we are reason he is declared, in the very pe I pioud to speak, as the gallant staff culir.r manner we have noted, the officer of Gen. B l. Murray.on Shernominee ot his party now. He is a man's grand march to the sea, was Spalding. Marion county was a , chosen chairman of the committee, Democratic county then, he had no Mnj. L. M. Drje, who for so many oppositiot. from Republicans, they be-- j years served the patty faithfully in ing uot only ahaid to tackle a Dem- that capacity, by his own request havocrat ogain't great odds, but particu ing tetiitd Item 0 t rut larly a Spalding. For a long time it The most noticeable thing about uas Dtcn cunsiucitu useless 10 tun the new committee was its memberagainst a Spalding in this county. ship, There is always a few of them iu some Three men, who just prior to last of the county offices The f iiuily is ! November election wcte three of the a very large one in the county, and a mist prominent Democrats in the very honor ble one, and they ore just- - county, two of them beiug members ly proud of the name lor niany good of the Democratic county committee and honorable citizens have graced aud one ol them a Democratic judge it. It has come, however, to be of election nt that election and now doubted if the name aione is now a on our couuty committee The deltalisman suflkent to insure success. egation from Marion to the. RepubliAn occasional one, who 'perhaps is can State Convention win have-Iit not a familiar object within the mote ' six of the most prominent Democrats circumscribed and charmed, circle of in the county, formerly Democrat, e Spalding conclusiveness, or ruaybnp ' this being their first steps Who says Democrawno lias taxen a wtte irom beyond right direction. cy is uot fist playing out? C. J, the plains wherein the true stock from the plains of even Children Cry for Moab, is some times defeated in this county, but it seldom occurs. Mr. C. Castorla. C. Spalding, is however, from the Till. Ilelarnorira(irrlfjr. choicest inner circle. He is the most Democratic contemporaries nil over exclusive of nil the exclusiveness of this nation are seizing with feverish Spalding exclusively. He ishlgh G. grasp every bit of news that seem to in the Spalding lamity. He stands indicate that prosperity is returning. on the top most round of the ledger Whenever a mill long closed is reoplines of the staff. Napoleon; "wrap- ened, editorial praises of the Wilson ped in the solitude of his own origibill is heard. If a concern raises nality" was not more alone than is wages that were formerly reduced the Mr. Spalding so far ns being in touch glories ol the Wilson bill arc resting. with the common people is concerned. Democratic papers are on a Born with the proverbial silvei steady hunt for prosperity, and it spoon in his mouth, he has been must be admitted that they arc findreared in the lap of luxury nnd ease. ing it. The Times will admit that Has been fenced around with com- prosperity is returning. Business is forts all his life and freed from all slowly awakening. care. Has never required the effort But for prosperity to return, it first of his hand, nor the exertion of his had to depart. When did it depart? intellect, to aid in his own existence, That is the question which most inadd to his comfort, or enhance his terests the voter ot The napleasure. If he knows anything of tion knows that when Benjamin Harhis fellow men, outside a charmed rison left office there was no fear of circle, of their wants and needs, of this late collapse of industry. Mills their desires, hopes and fears, of the were running on full or over time. gteat industrial interests of his State No one spoke of reducing wages. No or of the Nation, It Is in theory only. industries feared for their lives. A vague, dreary, listless theory, in When Grover Cleveland entered upon consonance with the Sybariterian life his second term he found a full treasfrom his youth up he has led. ury and a happy country. He found Why was one so far removed from himself reinforced with a Democratic the people selected torepresent them? Congress that promised the nation Too plain why. Running on his untold wealth. The work was underfamily's name. His family connectaken. The pall of Frec-Trr- de fell tion, his fathers money. Mr. Spald- upon the land. Mills began to close ing is a gentleman of good character, and employers to cut down wages. good habits, fair understanding, Had PrecTrade been the outcome of reasonably good education, personalDemocratic legislation there would ly unobjectionable, but there is uot a not be even the light revival which y. man in Marlon county who would business assumes There think him available timber for the would have been no end to the panic Legisl.ituic if he were not the son of of '93 and '94 Mr. Sam Spalding. That possibly Since the Wilson bill went into makes him the strongest candidate the manufacturer who feared enthey could have selected. My views tire and took precautionon him, are like his on money. As ary measures accordingly, has learnn candidate.nothing intrinsic in him. ed what to lear and has gone back to It is the Spalding stamp that gives manufacturing, unless the cut In his value to him ns a candidate, as he be- tariff was so great that it allowed the lieves the Government stamp will entrance of foreign goods Into deadly give value to money. competition with the American goods. It will remain to be seen if the peo- There have been many such indusple want that kindol a man, that kind tries. There has been no return of an influence, to represent them. of prosperity for them. They are His Idea on silver is about as good dead. as any iie may have on current afThere have been industries Injured fairs, by the Wilson Tariff. By the Mc- The Republican committee for Kinley Tariff uot a machinery ceased Marion couuty has ordered a convento smoke, not a fire was banked. No tion to be held In !cbanoti the first plants were transfeir.d to foreign Mouday in August to nominate a shores in search of cheaper labor when candidate for the Legislature. After the McKinley bill was passed. that the fun will commence, as the Yes, prosperity is returning. The Republicans have determined on an consumptive at times seems brighter sgresslve cninpalejn. They fully ex. and stronger than usual, but it is no Brooklyn Daily p.ct Hon, John W. Lewis to be chos return of health. en U. S. Senator by tue next Legis Times, April I), 1895, . in-thc, Hartford Republican is tbo convention. o A FREAK In Finance is Marion Wanted! 10,000 pounds oi wool County's Democratic Candidate for at once. Will 10 pay cents per pound for same. J. B. Foster. hwrrt IVttNlo for NIItNnlc. Any kind and quantity. For prices &C apply toF. It. Nelson &Son, Hattford, Ky. 40 4t Dr. Price's Cream Baklnc Powder Republican party. EEPRESENTAT1VE. We are authorized to annouuee Esq. W. I. Rows, nt rVntprtnwn. ns a candidate to rep resent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next lienerai Asseinmy, subject to the action of the Republican party- - Harrison has retir-e- d from the practico of law after a long and most successful and honorable career in that profession. So far every county in the State which has held Us convention has instructed for Bradley eave the little county of Robertson, which has a Alcandidate for Lieut. Governor. ready more than 800 delegates are instructed for Bradley, more than enough to nominate him on the first ballot. Tue recent cold snap was pretty general over the country and the damage done to crops will amount to millions, lco an inch thick is reported from somo of the eastern counties of this State, and the fall of temperature from New York to tbo Mississippi was such as to do immense damage. Secretary Carlisle will come to Kentucky and sound the keynote of the Administration on tho currency question, which is at present dividing Mr. Carlisle tho Democratic party. Btands firmly for sound money. Ho has made appointments for Louisville, Bowling Green, Lexington and other points. The otherwise quiet and unknown country of Ecuador is just how being advertised as containing a When things id revolution. these Central and South American States begin to grow quiet and thus monotonous somo enterprising revolutionist gets a handful of men together and they procceed to revolute. Rev. W. II. Ciiilders, of Sardis, Ky,, has been engaged to deliver tho Oration hero on Decoration Day. Ky., durHo was Chaplain of the ing the war and is of tho Department of Ky. G. A, R. Rev. Childers is an ablo man and he should have a large crowd to hear him. Tim Hon. Don M, Dickinson, ot Michigan, one ot President Cleveland's most intimate political friends, in a speech at Detroit last Thursday night sounded u patriotic note of warning to Americans regarding the altitude of Great Britiau and advised liberal improvements in our Navy, coast defenders and tho standing ar my. The speaker called attention to tho fuel that very recently Great Britian had completed on the island ofSt.Lucia in the Wett Indies one of tho strongest fortrosaas in tho world and had aleo strengthened the fort-reHe says that tho inoil Nassau, are that war is not yet at dications on cud aud that tho United States owes it to herself and people to increase her military preparations. 129 Dwt UhuiD Brup. T utea GuuX CM fjl the responsibility of its miserable lit tho administration of namade a raid on the tional affairs. Its object farther than Jack Frost Monday that.is to divert the minds of tho peokingdom vegetable night uud in consequence many a ple away from State affairs and the which has row of beans and other member of woful mismanagement the kingdom turned its toes to the characterized Democratic supremacy at Frankfort. What the people of daisies. Kentucky arc now most interested Circuit Court convenes next in is the determining which party Monday and with it tho Graud Jury. is most worthy of their confidence in The gentlemen composing this body the control of State affairs. will havo the moral support of all Tun Kentucky Educational Assogood people in their efforts to crush ciation meets at Lexington Monday, out the selling of liquor in the countTuesday and Wednesday, July 1, 2 yand 3. The committee has publishThe national game in Ohio county ed a very interesting program fori the seems to be just about as dead this occasion and Ohio county talent is eeason as the proverbial last year's liberally recognized. Beside Prof. bird's nest. So far there has scarcely McHenry Rhoads, who is President, been a game played ,in the county and and whom Ohio county claims as one very few teams are making headway of her favorite sons, County Supt. This state of affairs is Shultz is appointed, with others, to in organizing. hailed by somo as a great and abun discuss the question ' 'IsTeachiug a dant blessing and by others as just as Profession?" Miss Maggie D Willgreat a calamity depends a great iams has been assigned as the subject deal upon how you look at it. of an address "Woman as an Educator,'' and Prof. J. D. Coleman is Tnn latest sensation in the Guber- appointed, with others, to discuss the natorial race is tho announcement que ttion, "How to Gio n? a School." that Billy Breckinridge would be the Our neighboring Superintendents, W. Democratic nominee instead of either W. Lewis, of Muhlenburg; J. W. Heretofore the Mastin, of Hawcsville, and J. R. Hardin or Clay. Democracy's plight has been a di Ashlock, of Hardin, aro also assigned lemma, lor with either Hardin or to places on the program. The meetClay as their candidate they are beat, ing promises to be 'the most interestTo add ing in the history of tho Association, en beyond serious question. Breckinridge merely chances tho sit- and Ohio county should be well repuation from a dilemma to a trilemma, resented. Beside the benefit to be for neither of them can bo elected derived from the work of tho AssoGovernor of this great Commonciation tbo trip to the Blue Grass wealth over Billy Bradley. Capital will amply repay the expen. The railroads will give one diture. Youno Sbipp was acquitted fare for the round trip. last week for tbo killing of Youno man, how do you propose the negro Brown in that city some This is d time ago. Sbipp, who was a young spending your vacation? white man from Midway had de. question that should appeal with It may be bauched Brown's wife nnd on the forco to every student. night of tbo killing went to Brown's that you have studied very hard durhouse to meet the Jnttcr's wife, and ing the five or ten months and you when Brown, objected to his insults, may pertuado yourself that you will Sbipp killed him in his own house. from Juno 1st to September 1st be Yau In what striking contrast was tho do entirely free from every care. cision ol this jury with public senti- will throw every responsibility aside caso. In and indulge yourself iu every whim ment in tho Gordon-BrowTheie is danger here. tho latter the wroDged husband and caprice. But rest docs not avenged the dishonor of his homo and Rest, of course. Havo you studied mean idleness. belore the bar of publioopiuiou stands justified. In the former the wronged the sciences until your mind feels husband is shot down in his own surfeited and you want to unhand and housoby the dcspoilcr of that home let the mind go uutrammeled? Well, You and the jury justifies the despoiler. that's nil right, but bo careful. The Kentucky Itcader, tho leading cau rest tho mind best from ono paper of Lexington, commenting up- course ot study, not by absolute idleness,- but by changing your employ on this unjust verdict layr editorially: "The Leader's denuuciation of tho ment or the character of your study. acquittal of tihipp is universally com- Read some iisclu' book during vnca-t- i mended, and a score ol approving m along a djderent line of thought, messages were received last evening from that you have pursued in school. of citizens, Wo havo from all classes never before heard a verdict so uni- It will do you good, too, if you will versally denounced, and it is possible only now and theu spend a half hour that the startling miscarriage of jus- reviewing wbat you havo gone over tice in this caso may arouse n healthYou can in this way deiu school. ier public sentiment as to tho value ot human lifo and tho punishment of termine how much you hare learned him who takes it under any guho or and how well you have learned it. pretense. By all means rest during vacation, ''The most notable aud encourag- but do not be idle. ing phase of tho aftermath of theShipp trial is the unanimity with which I'vimilo Hl Wunlrtl. the white peoplo ot Lexington "Professional nurse or married lady the verdict, although it acquit-c- d to Introduce to mothers famous teetha whito man ol the murder of a ing nnd bowel remedy, write Floyd negro. Tho ualvenal expression of 41-- st OwcnsboroKy." disapproval is tho strougost proof &Co. good nooplo of Lexiouton that tho Have you ever noticed now your want to seo tho jaw vindicated jj!i system seems to crave special assist- n tue spring just tue Help re uui regaru iu vuiur urauwui uiuui ' . tion." quired Is gven by Hood's SarsarlJIa. railroads. fail-failu- ro n cnu-de- Spaldingis his name and he was Nominated by the Committee. Ky., May 13, '95. The matter of which I will write, the Legislative race in Marion county, is too remote from the greater number of your readers to be of much interest to them, only so far as it will deal with National issues. The manner, however, in which the Democratic candidate, Mr. C C. Spalding, would solve the free silver coinage question, had he the poorer, is so unique, Is so original nnd,at the same time so satisfactory, to himself, it can not fail to be of general interest ev erywhere. His theory has been published in the Louisville Commercial, but as your esteemed weekly reacfies many that the city daily does not 1 will'give it lor the benefit of your readers. The Democracy of Marion, was unwilling to risk a primary election this time, their favorite method, for settling the claims of several aspirants to Legislative honors by the D;mo:ntic road, neither would they call a convention, but to eliminate many serious questions which now confront them, as conditions and not theories, and to avoid, within their own ranks, discussions ot many things which they thought had better uot be discussed betweeu Democrats, the Democratic Committee for the county took the bit in their teeth, declared them-selvsole arbiters of the whole matter and eliminating the desires, to whom on all former occasions they have bowed in the most absequious manner, by virtue of the power and authority vested in them, which was never bsfore claimed nor asserted, they declared the Hon. C C. Spalding, a Spalding with a very large S, the regular nominee of the Democracy of Marion couuty to represent the county in the next Legislature. So now, he and the Committee, call him the nominee, while about two out of one meets every three Democrats will "wink the other eye" when nominee is mentioned. On the evening of tlieday.on which he was so declared the nominee, hs was approached by a gentleman on the street in Lebanon, nnd asked his He position 03 the silver question. said he was for the free and unlimited coinage of silver, declaring that the Government stamp on it cave it vaN tie, that anything beat ing that stamp, even leather, would be good money, that there was no iutrlnlsic value in money and only as the stamp and credit of the Government gave It value did tt possess any. When asked what he would do with the silver from other countries that might be unloaded on us, he said coin it all, all that was brought to us. The silver from England cola and put England' stamp on it. From Prance coin it and place the stamp of France thereon; from Germany do likewise and so on down the whole line. Becoming, in shoit, the great international counterfeiter of the world. I will do Mr. Spalding the justice to state here that after these facts were published on him, In tho Commercial, and he was advjsed by better inf or aied friends that such Silly stuff would not stand a moment with sensible people, he wrote an article to the Commercial denying ha f ing soexpressed himself, but the Commercial's correspondent promptly proved It on him by a reputable gentleman, and a good Dem-- . ocrat. and Mr. Snaldini? now lets the I matter rest. Thus does the man who aspires to X.E11AX0K, er World's Pair Highest Awrd. Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment " No internal medicine requirCures tetter, eczema, itch, all ed. eruptions on the face, nose, &c, leaving the skin clear, white nnd healthy. Its great healing aud curative powers are possessed by no other refuedy. Ask your druggist lor Sw twit's Ointment. 34 iyr. mm "How In Cure nil Skill lUritr." - Wanted! 200,000 feet each Oak and. Jlickory lumber. OWENSIIOUO WI1KBL CO., Owknbhoko, Ky. 33.2m I irirrtTtrr nan ind woman In tha ITntt) SUUi tsuraiwd In the Opium and WMikr kiMU to ha? od cf mj dooii on th.. Addrait II. M. Vfooll.r, Atlanta, Us. nljoatree. Box Ml, and on wUl b Herndon-CarterCo- KOTicn. Pitcher's . are headquarters on wool. See thoir"ad" in this issue. When in Owensboro Leavo YOUR HORSIt AT y D. T. HAYS' bleP Uvery and peed aao Trlplett St. Ilest iced, and all stock entrusted to his care will rcceivo careful attention. JaTltomombor thoplaco 220 Trlp- lett St. If you want first-cla- ss call on Field & Holbrook. the very best. baled hay, They have Every family in Ohio county, should send to Williams& Bell, Hartford, or to the drug store in your own town aud get a bottle ol "Fibri-lin- e" Tastless Quinine. It will cost only 25 cts and is the best thing on earth for children or anyone else who can't take bitter Quinine. For Reunion Confederate Soldiers Houston Texas May so to ts, 1895, tickets will be on sale May 17 and 18 J895 nt $'9.3S for round trip good, for is days to return and can be further extended.for 15 days by depositing ticket with agent of terminal H. Mkruick, Agent. line, , The World's Fair Tests ef-fe-et Free-Trad- e showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leavening power as tho Royal. On May 20, and lor evt ty morning passenger train of May 21, tickets will be on sale to Louisville Ky,, and return at $3 ro for the Annual Convention of Kiugs Daughters good till May 24th to teturr. II. MnititiCK, Agent, MOOT IN QUANTITY. ( ra ci rj ci anssv urt CE8TIH QUALITY. o-.- i u. aa V , vermifuge; 20 YEARS FOR Has lod nil WORM Romodloe. DOTTLE 'EVERY V WHITE'S CREAM. old 11 v AT.I, nuvauisTH. IV.p.r kr iciuxpiai KDkii to., ft loni. t GUARANTEED ' 'MHSBHm "MBWfejff1J iwsnwftufiwi mvwMiHia -- "" -1 Jlrf V Kt IW" .T3Lr-i.ia.anifM- ..ir. irMlritTril.itaairXi3ra., Plenty1 6f good feed nt Field & llol- - REFLECT -- brook'.i. LEAVER DAM. A ildWsy Lottoi' 3- Awdrdtd Highest Honors-Wo- rld Pair. ANNOUrtegMgNT -- OF TUB- - . TCTS imgjBrg; Try Stevens while in town. & Rial for Groceries' From oui' Thriving Llttlo Noighbor. THEN COME TO . i ' Itu... ' r it i; fe? ' 1 0 A fr The Masonic Lodge had several new If you need a good Mower, call on Field & Ilolbrook before you buy. Iraciubcrs to join them last meeting. Mr. M.I. Hays, wife and daughter Call on Field & Ilolbrook next week and Miss Lester Hays spent Saturday anM see their Block of new Buggies and Sunday with Mr. J. P. McKen-neond Harness. nnd family. Misses Viola Pirtle, Mollle Attorney J. E. Fogle returned nnd Lizzie Barnes; Wednesday from a trip through Messrs. it. P. and Byron Barnes Southern Isllinols. spent Sunday in Hartford with Mrs. MOST PERFECT MADE. The Ohio Cotiuty Teachers InstiShelby Taylor. A purs Crape Crtam of Tartar Powder. Free held In Hartford August tute will be Mr, F. O. Austin has erected a res- from Ammonli, Alum or any other adulterant lath, with Frof, Mcllenry Rhoads taurant in addition to his confection40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Instructor. ery. CirDied at her home In South Beaver ui:rAR miovK, Mr. F B. Nelson brought to our Mr. G. II. Barnes has planted his office yesterday a stalk of rye measur- Dam Mrs. Etta Taylor last Tuesday. ing 7 feet, 10 inches in length. Who The remains were enterred in the corn crop ol 40 acres the second time on account of the cut worms. C. Beaver Dam Cemetery. can beat it? ' A Benefit for the School Library L. Miller has planted 38 acres of corn . Attorney W. II. Barnes has fitted A. J. Carman, A. the second time. SatOther got.' up a very handsome law office In the will be given in the School Hall Our price. urday night, May 18, by the R. E. J. Stewart and several others have Jo Pace old barber shop, and has one of lOo for good heavy cotlonado bad to plant their crops pf corn again G's and O. H. T. Societies. 16o the nicest law offices in Hartford. .. e 12 Jo for bct bluo cotlonado A large party planned to spend last on account of the cut worms. MIsj Sallie Sanderfur attended the For the occasion of the State Con- Saturday at High View, but owing to J IGc lor beat 10 oz, cotlonado .?f ..18o sociable at Wm, Ford's last Saturday ...200 vention of P. S. C. E. at Louisville, bad weather it was postponed. ." lOo for heavy cotton jeans Ky.,- - Moy'a4th.a6th, tickets will be Mrs. O. P. Brunton is no better at night. There was an ice cream sup , . . .35o on 25c heavy wool jeaus per at J. If Barnes' last Friday night sale May 33rd and 34th at tx. 10 this writing. 25o lor heavy turkey red tablo linen..? MfM2, Jot the roujojirfp, good untlfMay Mr. Miller, Select, entered schootrand thejroung people enjoyed them : tjffl$,'5M,s aU3 7 37 to return. II. Mnruucie, Agtv VYTT. . . . selves very much eatlng'cake and lee here Monday. 20 (or heavy wblto'llamask",.;". . . .SvJ. . ' Miss Annie Allen, Roslne, spent cieaui. .'..2Cc Died, at the home of her brother, 20c for heavy whito flannel Rev. B.E. Pate preached at Goshen City, Thursday and Friday with Mrs. J. T, ,0 Mr. Jno. E.Stevens, South-wes- t Co for good shirting. . . last Saturday night and Sunday at Mo., Tuesday night, Miss Maimee Martin. o 7o for very best shirting Miss Nora Martin, Pordslvlle, is 11 o'clock. She was a young lady of Stevens. " rare christian attainments, and had a here visiting her sister-in-laMrs. Wm. Rhoads has been sick for 1 yard wido Mrs. 4c for good domestic, several weeks, but Is improving at 7c large circle of friends. She was a Bi- J. T. Martin. 1 yard wido Co for heavy domestic, Miss Anna McKen ney entertained a present. Mr. Lee o ster of our 3Jc for hoary quilt lining Worth Tichenorhas moved into few of her friends at her home on B. Stevens 8o for best bleached cotton May 9th, her sevententh birthday. his new house, The BUendale Fair promises this Refreshments were quite nice. Mrs. Elijah Hocker has been sick for 1c for good calico year to exceed all formercflorts. Mr. several months with no change for 1Go Attyh. lOcforfino black satlno Rapier has made arrangements to acthe better. 20 commodate all who may attend, and You will find the cheapest and best 12Jc for flue fancy satlno Miss Sue Williams, of Peavine 25o Mr. Smith, the Secretary, is using nil Groceries at Stevens & Rial's. 20c for 30 inch cashracro all shades Ridge, was in this community last 25c efforts to get the Fair before the peofancy cashmcie all shades 20o for week. R. M, Williams, of Hartford, a mil. 5"o ple. A large number of fine horses nil wool cashmcro 39o for visited his sister, Mrs. M. E. Hocker, Rbndkr, Ky, May 13, '95. COc will be there and a good track for Hon. C. M. Barnett, Hartford, Ky. . 35o for CO inch woolen suiting last Sunday. Cmmax. 20 racing, which will greatly enhance Recognizing your true merit, etni 12Jc for Irish lawns all shades Mr. Harvy Pruden, who has been If you nent qualifications, 20 the beauty of the occasion. Repub 15o for dotted swiss .'. . .50o fail to attend the BUendale Fair this licanism and untiring efforts for the a student here for three years, left 18o for good corset 30c year you will miss the greatest treat party, we the undersigned urge you Tuesday on an extended trip through . 25c for 0 spools O. N. T the South and West. He will make 20c of your life. to become a candidate for Represen ' 10c for silk mitt on his wheel, 1Co tative, pledging you our support for the trip Miss Katherine Whipple, of Louis-vlllm m 8c for ladies vest Col. W.II, Moore.Sulphur Springs, "0c engaged by Miss the nomination and election: who has been 2Co for mens heavy drawers was in town this week. 15c Maggie Nail and her class as vocalist Dr A F Stanley, George Snell, 8c for mens heavy socks Albert Cbinn, W F Sulser, .10o in the concert on Tuesday night, May F A Turner, R Francis, 8o for ladies heavy hoso. Commit Sulcldp, .15c 38th, recently played a leading part Ed Jones, John Francis, Er.izAnuTnrowN,KY.,May 12. lOofor dozen white ties. Ed Gwynn, 15c In "Bgypta" at Masonic Temple. L Francis, Mrs. Nancy Eudey committed sui10c for dctcn shell hair pins Wm Fracus, W II Stanley, 50 The play was a great success and in II Hopkins, cide by throwing herself in front of a 25c for silver belt buckle J John Davis, speaking of Miss Whipple the swiftly moving freight train near the S B Fillmore, Green Bartley, 25o yard silk belting of the roth, Inst., says: Dud Black, D E Taylor, L. & N. station house, about three 75 COc for gents fino shirts Whipple little Calvin Taylor, J S Shultz. miles below town. She had been sick 60 "For Miss Katherine COo for wash silk for waist RJ Inglesby, need be said; the appearance of her J D Walker, and grown very despondent. Night ?5o Joe Milligan, John Bowers. 25c for boys knee pants name in a leading part is In itself a before last her husband was startled u $1 for luster coats guarantee that those who attended On Saturday Jnne 8th, the mem- by his wife getting up and going out 87 50 "Bgypta" and those who shall atJ5 for fino serge coat and vest bers Masonic Lodge at Whitesvllle the door saying to him as she went ' 75o tend the future performances, will be COccottonado pants will give an elegant Ice Cream Sup- out: "Good-by- , Riley." The .'.8125 rewarded with a rare treat of vocal per for the benefit of the Lodge. SI tor button shoes freight was coming and she got art. Miss Whipple hardly passes as Quite a number of prominent Masons on the track and started to meet the Louisville from diflerent parts of the State will engine. Her husband ran after her, an amateur In music. knows and is proud of those attain be present nnd an enjoyable time is but could not catch her, and had to tainments in her art which have won anticipated. jump from the track just as the train for her the commendation of high whizzed by, the lifeless body of his metropolitan authorities." wile being thrown by the engine aK of most at his feet. The Woman's Club of Louisyille Wlfeo Baby u lck, we htt OUtorUl gave a splendid entertainment at Mu-. Tbe Genuine Merit , Circuit Court begins Monday. When ihtwu a CWIJ,he cried for Cutorli. " Friday, May 17 189s. Ol Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friends sic Hall on the alternoon of May When ho became Silas, the ciung to Cattorik. Come to Carson & Co. for Furniture, 1st, at which Miss Katharine WhipWbo (be had Children, the gtrt them CutorU. ' wherever it is fairly and honestly Buy Clothing at Carson & Go's. tried. To have perfect health, you beside delivering an able and Mr. I. T. Mooie, Sulphur Springs, ple, Mr. C H. Bills went to Pleasant was in town this week. must have pure blood, and the best highly praised address on "Woman's Ridge Tuesday. way to have pure blood is to take Work in Music," furnished the vocal You will, do welt to read the SumWASHI.VOTO.V. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood music for the occasion. In speaking Two spools Tnread for 5 cents at mer Normal "ad," Beaver Dam. ' Miss Annie Newcotub died at her purifier and strength builder. It exof Miss Whipple's singing the ComCarson & Go's. She was sick about pels pit taint of scrofula, salt rheum Miss Nettie Ryan, Schocho, is visi- mercial of May 2nd, says: "Miss home May 7th, Mr. Lee B. Mills, Narrows, was In ting her sister Mrs. B. D. Rlngo. Whipple displayed rare taste in the 14 months with throat and lung and all other humors.and at the same trouble. town Tuesdaj. She is now at rest in the time builds up the whole system. Mr. George Phillips has been In choosing of her songs, "The Dead Annie was 34 Mr. J. n. Howard, Fordsville, was town several weeks doing some paint- Ship" and "April Weather," both by arms of our Savior. Hood's Pills are prompt and effi- Matgaret Ruthven Lang. They were years old; she joined the church when in town Tuesday. ing 10 years old and now she has gone dent. 35c. widely dissimilar in character, and The Baptist ladies will give an Ice Mr. Clarence Field has accepted a besides illustrating the versatility of to join her father and brother in heavTo Tcnehcra. supper ieam Normal The special Summer position with the popular firm of the composer, gave Miss Whipple the en. I want to thank our friends for Mr. Nat Llndley, Point pleasant, Fair Bros. & Co. opportunity for the display of her their good and kindness that they School provides for a special Teachers' Training Course of eight weeks done for her. was In town this week. A Brother. Children's Day will be observed at beautiful voice and admirable tech beginning June 11. II you are needing of Dress Goods the M. B. Church next Sunday nlque, the first song being decidedly lie IlrctlveU I tie lnite. Special Summer Rates. Write for dramatic, and the second n light, airy & Co, At Atlantic, Iowa, on May 7, C. come to Carson morning at n o'clock. Cherry Bros., and joyous bit of melody, sung with M. Ailor, alias "Crip." Ailor, was information. Mr. II. C. Blaine, of Montana, who Prof. C M. Ciowe, Whltcsvillc , t Bowling Green, Ky. a spirit and charming vivacity that convicted of deceiving the people by has been visiting DnJ. II. White,, was delightful." 1 is In town this week. selling a worthless compound, which Decoration Dy. Messrs M L. and Sam Heavrln has returned to his home. he represented to be Hood's Sarsapa-rillThe following is the programme In Jlfniory, wctc in Owensboro last week. The Summer Normal at Beaver and was sentenced by the Judge for Decoration Day at Oakwood CemDied at her home near Stanley, Ky., exceed all former As usual.our Milliner is In the lead. Dam, promises to May 5, 1895, Mrs. Sara Ann Bennett, Macy to one year at hard labor in the etery, Hartford, May 30; efforts of that school. Carson & Co. 9 a. m. Meet at Presbyterian wife of Wm. J. Bennett, in her sevent- Iowa State Penitentiary. Ailor's y-seventh funeral was methods were those of a traveling Church. Vocal Music by Choir Prayer will lecture at Cen-tryear. Her Mr. C. L.Mlller We have a beautiful line of ParaGrove Schoolhouse the 4U1 Sun- preached at Mt. Hermon by Rev. G. fakir. He has been traveling through by Post Chaplaln.Rev. J. A. Bennett. sols and Umbrellas. Caiisok &Co. 10 a. ra. Welcome Address, by Jo day in May at 11 o'clock. J. Bean, after fchick her remains were Missouii, Nebraska and Iowa, makHon. R. D. Gully was In Hardins-hur- g Interred at the Old Mill graveyard. ing stands of a day or more Jn each B. Rogers, Music by Choir. Judge Jas. F. Carsou 'moved with this week on legal business. 10:30 a. m. Erection of Monument many years a mem- town, and representing himself as an his family to Mrs. Moseley's property She had been for Mrs. Carter. Song by 'Choir, ber of the M. E. Church, South. She agent under salary from C. I. Hood Capt, S. K. Cox, and Mr. J. P. on Union Street yesterday. . Decoration of Graves. 11 a, m. leaves a. husband and seven children & Co., and selling his concoction nt Stevens went to Owensboro Tuesday. Recess and Lunch. 12 ra. The Whitesvllle HighSchoolclosed to mourn her loss. We look upon one dollar or fifty cents per bottle, Messrs. B. D. Ringo, Jno. B. Wil- last Friday, which has been under 1 p. m. Music by Choir. ond giving with each sale various other the devoted family, son and E. D. Walker are in Owens1 .30 p. m. Prayer by Rev. G. J. the efficient management of Prof. C. desolate on account of their loss, but worthless articles. Citizens of boro. If. Crowe, for ten months, Prof. (or our christian faith, what hope Iowa, became suspicious nnd Bean. Song. Oration by Rev. W. H, 3 p. in Hons. J. 13. Rowe and Jo Noe, Crowe Is one of the brst teachers in would cheer the gloom that lingers ascertainirag from a druggist that Owensbero, have been In town this the State. around the grave? Like a rainbow it Ailor's compound was not Hood's Childers, of Sardis, Ky." Sarsaparilla, but merely colored watReport of Committee on 3 p. m. week. At the colored base ball game last spans the dreadful cpasm of death Decoration. er, had him arested. Three IndictMrs. K. D. Gufly and daughter, Saturday some of the spectators who and lights up the beautiful world bements wete found against him. the 3:30 p. ra. Remarks by Post ComMiss Mercedes' have returned from chanced to belong to the female por- yond the sunset radient glow. jury convicted him after only thirty mander, J, L. Carson, Dear granmother hath left us; Whitesvllle. fist tion, engaged in a Here thy loss we deeply feel. "Home Sweet Home," fy choir, minutes ueiiberation, and he. was We have any kind oa any last that fight, which lasted for a few minutes, But 'this God who has bereft us as above. .This incident sug. Dismissed. but the belingerents were juried and He can all our sorrows heal. you might need iu Oxfords. gests the wisdom of purchasing meds Rest on, embalmed and sainted dead, no blood was spilled. GAn F. Carson & Co. iclnes only of reputable dealers whom Dear a3 the blood ye gave; No impious footsteps here shall tread you know. Hoods Sarsaparllla is The herbage Mr. G. A. Guenther and family, Miss Irene Robards spent Satur4'ollrce Nolea. of your grave, Misses Ada and Bee Brown accom- never sold by peddlers.and such ofier-in- g ,Nor shall your glory be forgot, day and Sunday with Misses Ada ond Louisville, will spend the summer it should be at once reported to While fame her record keeps, in Hartford and have engaged 100ms panied by Misses Ida and Fannie Bee Brown, Centertown. at Dr. Alexander's. With a little Render, Irene Robards and Nannie the authorities, or to C. I. Hood & Or honor points the hallowed spots Where valor proudly sleeps. Misses Geogia, Hetty, Susie and improvement Hartford could be made Qalsenberry visited their home Sat- Co., Lowell,Mass.--Lowell Morning Elmer Bennett, of Daviess rounty, one of the most desirable places in urday and Sunday. Citizen. I'oleenrU or Not?. were the guests of their uncle, Jo I,. the State to live, and it will only be a Mr. Harry Pruden, who has been Mrs. Geo. Reddish died at her home Carson, Saturday and Sunday. Wllliams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell short while until the improvement attending school here this year, left near Horton last Saturday evening at Tuesday for Mississippi, where he "Poraroys Vermifuge" thegreut rem- 5 o'clock, under suspicious circumRev. O. J. Bean will preach the fu- will be begun. . will spend the summer with relatives. edy for children and guaranteed every stance. She was apparently well unneral of Oma May Allen, daughter of Next Monday is Circuit Court day, Messrs. C. M. Crowe, Z. II. Shultz bottle, remember it always saves the til within a few minutes of her death. Mr. and Mrs. D, H. Allen, at Beda on and a large crowd will be in town. and Mrs. O. M. Shultz and Misses children" and cost only 25cts per She was taken with vlolents.fits, and in this month at 11 When you get here, remember 4U1 Sunday the that Oma Westerfield, Carrie, Wcerner.Net-ti- e bottle. 'clock. when her brothcu Mr. Early arrived little subscription account and call at Ryan and Mrs. B. D. Ringo were Sunday he began an investigation A new telephone has been put up Tiik RkpOuucan Office and pay up. at X Tuesday visitors welcome and stopped the burrial just as she was Remember from nines' Mill to Phillip's Station We ore needing it now. morning. being lowered into the grave. Mr. and it Is now in good worklag order. when you come to bring euough to Miss Ida Ashby spent Saturday Early called on Judge Morton early will be a great convenience pay one year In advance and get the Tliis line at her home near Rock-por- t. Monday morning and osked that he Louisville Weekly Commercial free. and Sunday to the patrons along1 the route. send two doctors to make a thorough iul Tnu.Muki obtained, and all paitnt .vull 'ollrjf. kuilutt conduced tor MODKStfK FtK-Ruhe Bros. Co., have a novel way llm fluffllng Clreeu llualne My Miss Ella Herring has been absent examination. Drs. B, W. Ford, E. It Iu K immtdltti tklalijr of No Business College in the South this week from school on account of cc my rcllitlts lor itcurlogpiunu lhart1'iKMOffici. B. Pendleton and G, B Slack went d bBiurptiud of advertising a new brand of cigars. Sftd model iketch or photograph of lovcation. with Through their agents, Z Wayne Grif- oOers facilities equal to those offered sickness. description aBdauteinentai toadrantage. claimed. out to Reddish's home, and together Jtft,, jio tnara 10 fin & Bro., they send out postal by ourschool. Miss Ida Stewart Itft yesterday to paioMiaeiiui, w my lea an aptnloM atthe with Esq. A. S. Aull made an examiana Mr proeecullrg application trill not ba ealttit Air unitllAe We secure our people, good posicards and e veryone who gets a see her sister, who is very sick. paltnl it allatttd. "JatvaMToaa' Cuidi.' cob. nation. The doctors are still at work Jill CemfflU&. lent fret card Is entitled to a (ree smoke. Their tions. Special Summer Rates. The Hypatlans will entertain the talniof full laforraatloaat Blrlctlj ConOdrolUI. on the and the case calleai ContHertd Address, Chkruy Bros , school this afternoon at 3130. cigars are very fine and will soon be FRANKLIN H. HOUGH was continued until Monday when it Bowling Green, Ky. DAl'UNR. BSa V H trot I, WAJIUISUTON, U.V. 4 in the lead. will be resumed at Hartford. FAIR BROS. Stevens & Rial, the Grocers, can save you money. SUMMER CREAM y ! AT NORMAL s. Five Weeks. CO. Tlio leading Dry Goods House of Ohio county, for the following goods: The cry BEAVER DAM, Beginning Juno 4, And Continuing of hard times and the great need of money among the manufacturers have enabled us in the last two weeks to purchase, some genuine bargains for our trade during cuit Court. Compare our prices with what others get: BAKING POWDER The work will conslstof a thorough and complete RevlewoftheTeachers Course, Pedagogy, Lectures on Teaching nnd a discussion of various s designed to elevate the standard of our profession. We intend not only to satisfy the wants of Ihosc preparing to pass the Teachers' Examination, but our work will be of much interest and profit to that class of wideawake teachers who are earnestly desiring to meet the demands of the times for men and women of professional ideas and training. Especial attention will be givcu to this feature of the work. EXPENSBS: Tuition for term $5. Boardand lurnishedroom per week $2 to $2 35. Tuition, board nnd furnished room for entire term in advance $15. Tuition for part of term, Jr. 35 per week. We are grateful to a generous public for past favors and will highly appreciate any kindness manifested to us. Send for circular. ques-tlon- EL Et. EU-S- T, Instructor ...... A $10,000 STOCK. ft !. SPECIAL TWO - WEEK'S JJeginning next Monday, the 20th, the Cash Store SMIE. of . L, 3P' ."" a J. B. Foster, fellow-townsma- n, ilartlord, will oiler all goods, consisting In tho main of Staplo and Fancy Dry Goods, Clothing, Dress Goods, Queensware, Tinware, Ac., at SPECIAL CUT PRICES! This cut-ra- te salp will last only During tho two weeks of Circuit Court, and 30-ln- h will be a splendid opportunity for those needing goods to save big money. A $10,000 stock absolutely at your duposal. Don't forget the time and place during Circuit Court at life-lo- ng -- J. B.Foster's Cash Store.Hartford e, Baggies, Carriages, al pring Wagons, Qarls" Lighter, Better and Cheaper than Ever. " mid-aig- ht Bring us your Wool, Ginseng and Feathers. FAIR BROS. fashion. fc CO., artford gemple jr ,- Call and see our Kubber Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness ajad Saddlery Goods. 110 & 112 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, T3Ly. Decoration Buy Hay -- t. JOHN G, DELKER, Owenstooro. SOU), 1803. 42-4- a, al At the meeting of Preston iforton Post No. 4, G. A. R. it was ordered that Memorial services be held at the Oakwood Cemetery, Hartford Ky on May the 30th. therefor it is rex qtrestedJl that all persons interested meet at their cemeteries in diflerent parts of the county and see that the graves are in proper condition for the strewing ol flowers. Please meet before 30th, and see that the graves of our noble dead are cleared and in proper condition, as there have been committees appointed at different neighborhoods for the purpose of strewing flowers on the 30, Josrjrn L. Carson. Commander Preston Morton Post No. G. A. R. May 14, 1895. 4, IIitTAjroa paid jronraubicrlplUnT Mr. Webster Cate, of Henderson, fs vlsitlng,his wife and family. Mrs. Sadie Floyd, who has been visiting in Henderson, returned to her home last Wednesday after an absence of eight months. The cut worms are destroying everything that comes in their sight. A man in our vicinity wanted to a little, so he set out a few scLPiiun npuixoN. grief-stricke- n Gris-wol- d, Tired Feeling Means danger. It is a serious condition and will lead to dUas-tro- u result U It Is not over como at once. It Is a euro sign that the blood is lmpoveriahcd and impure. The best romedy U That free-for-a- ll sen-tenc- hundred plaats the other evening and in about two hours later became alarmed and went out and pulled them up and put a ten penny nail in each hill and on the next morning he went out and to his surprise the nails were cut in two. Dibd. Mr. Dud Acton, who departed this life on May 3, '95; that dreadfuldisease whlch.called hlmaway from his loved ones was tyhoid fever. His funeral was preached by his uncle, Rev. G. J. Bean, at the family residence and the remains were interred in the family burying ground at Mt. Vernon. Quite a large crowd followed to his last resting place. A Suuscridkr. wm Sarsaparilla Which makes rich, healthy blood, and thus gives strength and elasticity to tho muscles, vigor to tho brain and health and vitality to every part of tho body. Hood's Sarsaparilla positively HOOD'S Mr. Ed fllacklock, South Carrolton, is not expected to live many days. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. A Cut Worm While crossing a farm a few days ago I noticed one stalk ot corn in an ' 18 acre field, the cut worms had.eut all the balance down, when within 50 yards of that stalk of corn I saw it fall and when It fell one big cut worm throwed the stalk across his shoulder and started across the field in a run with about 700 worms right after the stalk. When last seen the big worm with the stalk was still going about 40o.yards ahead of the crowd. rct. Makes the Weak Strong " My lifter vf as troubled with nervousness and tired feeling. She tried several remedies without toilet until sho began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. My youngest sister is taking Hood's for a trouble with the muscles of her limbs with benoflt." Mxss M. It. Scott, Cove, Arkansas. Pbtb. 1'ilMt VIlMl IlcbtUff PIlM, Symptoms Moisture; Intense itching and stingingimost at nlght;worse by scratching, If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and v ulcerate, becomlngverysore. Swanh's Ointment stops theitching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most' cases removes the tumors, At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents, Dr, to post-morte- Hood's and Only Hood's JUiEH&fcV? tvi)i& itt Philadelphia. mm ... I mr"rtihiit-A- - MMbMMMMnAmMmttta for n graded school is not the only reason I cnu give for the pleasant smiles that come to play upon the faces of our people. The unity and determination upon the part of the Republicans of the entire State seems to clearly indicate a grand Republican victory in this grand old State. When our precinct Was first established there were about fifty mijorlty in favor of the Democratic party, but in spite of thj heroic efforts of that party YEARLY. FORTY N1LL10N CAKES we came out last fall in an even race, THE rTWOTtn Ik GAMBIA CO, ONTt. But let us not be too much assured, it will take fighting to elect that g'reat "Hist! There's a hen on!" and the Statesman, William O Bradley. Government printing presses fairly whizzed in turning out copies oi the I'riday, May 17, 1895. Monroe Doctrine, and the vasty deep coNconu. THE RELIEF TRAIN. Mr. J. W. Allen and family spent of the Atlantic began to sizzle with the heating of the cables under pres- Saturday and Sunday in Washington "No relief train again today, Ma sure of "assurances," there was no neighborhood, the guests of Mrs. ria," said Mr. Guthrie in answer to room for doubt. Something was Charlotte Lowe. Mtssrs. Robert Hagerman, Allen the inquiring look of his expectant going to happen. It now has hapwife. "The storm is to severe." he pened. And without hesitation we Gray, James Carter and Miss Mattie continued "that the train is unable must declare that it surpasses our Walker attended the dedication at Beaver Dam Sunday. most sanguine anticipations. to make any progress against it." Mr. Thomas Duke, who has been The country has been assured a Mrs Guthrie walked back to the bed and gathered the ragged blankets thousand times that the Governmci t confined to his room for some time close about her three little girls and nt Washington was looking out for with pneumonia, is improving. Mr. Jake Duke is very Sick with brought tears to the eyes of her hus- the Nicaraugan nffilr No nutter if bandry saying, "poor thidgs, they it did seem slack and negligent. pneumonia. Messrs Herbert and Clinton Park, have not had a morsel oi food for two That was merely the shrewd dlsgul-whole days, and it is so dreadfully of deep diplomacy. The Great Mind Clear Ran, passe throxgh this neighcold and no fuel." was nt work, . making a deal with borhood Sunday evening on their The Guthries live in the drouth-strick- en John Bull, in which John Bull would way home from Beaver D.iui. Cora. portion of Nebraska and the surely get the worst of it. British incident related above took place dm-in- g Ships at Corlnto? British dominion that awful February blizzard. established over a part of Nicaragua? Cry The next day Mr. Guthrie in common No matter. Those were trifles. Mr. Bayard was in London, and the Great with many others of the destitute waited patiently at the railroad and Good Friends of all earthly pori.i.vr Ni'iu.Mi.. The cut worms are destroying the station ior the relief train that never tentates was nt Woodley. What came. more could a reasonable man want? gardens and crops. Born to the wife of J. S. Daugherty y said Mr. The matter would be settled with "No train again on the 1st inst, a boy. To the wife Guthrie to his wife who met him at and honor; be sure of that. Well, it has been settled. But by of Tom Renlrow a bouncing boy. thedsor. Mr. Ford Austin, from the Big "Heaven hasten themorrowthen," whom? Sir Edward Grey should be replied Mrs. Guthre hopefully. He tells us Bend, was at this place Sunday. a competent witness. Mr. James White and family, of " brings no hope Ma- squarely that the United States has 'tEe'tfain was stopped about 30 never tendered its offices in the mat- this place, visited in Butler county ria, X. miles up the line by the hungry citi- ter, and has never even suggested Saturday and Sunday. zens and all, of its contents appropri- terras for an amicable settlement. The Cut Worm Are Mail. ated." What, then, wert all those "assuranSeveral farmers were standing "The cruel, barbarous hords," ex ces" about? At what has all this on the street Sunday when a diplo-- , claimed Mrs. Guthrie, "to steal the Kttuckian representative walked up bread from our starving children. macy been driving? Unless Sir Ed- - ! and casually inquired if there were There Is a judgment reserved for such ward Grey speaks falsely, and of that any cut worms this season. people." he has never been accused, the Wash"Cutworms? Weill should say "Unfortunate as Indeed It Is for us ington Governmenthasdone nothing, so," re narked one of them. They Maria, it must be said those men attempted nothing, suggested nothhave cleaned up my garden, my cornhave starving children of their own, ing. It has passed by on the other field and have now started on my and I doubt much if a provision train side, without even a word, leaving clover. Never saw 'era as bad in my could have escaped similar treatment Nicaragua to the tender mercies of life. whosoever might play the roleof interdown at our own station ' Yes they are pret'y bad this seaIt was a bitter night, the snow was national highwayman. son," said Charlie Knight. I have Oh, but really nothing could be found as many as two dozen in one being driven through the crevices of of the thin board wall and falling done? Nevertheless, something has hill of corn and under one mullen here and there on the bed occupied been done, and the affair is settled. stalk I pulled up I counted 139 of all by the children, who were fast becom- But it is little Salvador that has done ages, sizes and sexes ing famished for food and benumbed it. That petty Commonwealth, not At this stage Mr. J. D. Shepherd with cold. The two elder children, as big or as populous as a single putinandsald: "Mind you, I don't though only seven and nine, spared county of one of the United States, say I saw this, but I heard one of my parents further has with ease accomplished that which neighbors say that he hilled up a their heart-brok- en anguish by not calling for that which this whole country could not do. At piece of ground late one evening for could not be had, but little Mary, to Its word Nicaragua is saved, and the cabbage and irheu he went to plant young to understand the enforced British fleets retires from Corlnto. the cabbage next morning, his hills privations, begged again and again Salvador is the champion ofArneris weregonc. They had ctawled away." As night came on can Independence, the tutelary genius again for bread. This reminded John Van Cleave of the storm redoubled Its fury, adding of the Western Hemisphere. Hence- the experience of one of his neighbors, new horror to the situation, Mrs. forward all states, from Mexico to the whose name we failed to catch. He Guthrie stirred the embers again and River Plate, must look to Salvador said a piece of corn land had been laid again, but it was useless, they had for guidance and protection. Pci ofl and the next morning the ground She returned to the bed haps even the United States may one appeared perfectly level and smooth. exhausted. and after remaining there some mo- day be glad to nestle under the Salva The worms In their eagerness to be In dotean wing. rn ents, she approached Mr. Guthrie, time had taken possession of the rows who sat in a corner with his head What a consummation it is of conuntil they were filled up level with bowed upon his knee, and said in a secrated diplomacy! But the big the ground. Hopkinsville too low to be heard by the children: presses keep on rolling out copies of "I don't believe little Marycan last the Monroe Doctrine, and Buffer and through the night,' and kneeling be- Boots rush frantically about town in Cry side her husband burst Into tears and cabs, and the Woodley sky Is "deepsaid: "Heaven forgiveme for sending ly, darkly, desperately blue," and poor Jim away," Jim was her stepson Mr. Bayard is, beyond all doubt, the Wanted To employ a lady or whom she had driven from home most popular Englishman in London. some three years before, "he might What Secretary Gresham thinks of gentlemen to act as our General agent. Must be a hustler and able to furnish have been able to help us in this aw- it may be left unexpressed. He, at Salary $50.00 per ful time, I would walk five miles least, is an 'American and would, if good references. Address storm to beg his unhampered by his consecrated chief, runth and a commission. through this driving forgiveness." . act as befits one worthy of the name. with stamps. Rogers Supply Co., "You need not go that far, mothWhat the American people think Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 40 im er," came a voice from the door, and about it, even the wayfaring man the long absent Jim was again under must know. And as for what Mr. If you the parental roof. Afterreceiving re- Cleveland thinks about it, his own Headache,suffer from Heartburn, Sick Sour Stomach, Indigestion peated caresses from Mrs.Guthrie and especial handiwork, who knows? Who Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at the children, Jim began unloading cares?N. Y. Tribune. Williams &Bell Drug Store free samit ple bottle of Pomroys Liver-Cur- e from a agon at the door, fuel, blank. .. , ever fails to cure. NIIUEV. ets, edibles and the many things so As quite a number get the Repubneedful for the comfort of the family. The patron of sleep was honored only lican at this office and I scracely ever see a communication from this place, by the children in the Guthrie housethought it nothing but right both hold that night. J. H. T. for the paper and the people that " something should be from these parts, IIKTIIEL. We are having growing weather and after waiting for some one else and fanners are busy planting corn, better suited to give the Items, and the cut worms seem disheartening to sentiments of the people, I come a the people. Health is good In our guest uninvited to your columns. community nt present. There seems to be unusual activity Mr. and Mrs. Marge, Taylor Mines, among the farmers, and it seems that returned Tuesday from a week,s vis-i- t providence is smiling upon their efIs prepared to do all kinds o at her father Mr. II. Roach, near forts, as the weather has been unusDental work at roasonable prices. Horton. ually favorable, and most farmers are Office over J. Y. Ford & Co's Mrs. F. W. Wright visited her done planting corn. Wheat whose daughter Mrs. Ard Davlss, who is acreage has been Increased fifty fold Feed Store. quite sick, Saturday and Sunday, in this part oi the county within the Don't Mop Tobacco. Miss Verda Roach who has been last five years is last recovering from How To Curb Yourself While In Taylor Mines all winter and its injuries from the early Spring Using It. The tobacco habit grows spring, has come home to stay this freezes. on a man until his nervous system is summer, we are all glad to have her The people generally seem to wear seriously eflected, lmpartng iieaitn, In our community. comfort and happiness. To quit suda hopeful expression of countenance. Missjosie Black, Hartfod, visited We have the best cojmnon school we denly Is to severe a shock to the sysinveterate user, her brother near Horton Saturday have ever had, and we have had a tem, as tobacco, to a that his system becomes n stimulant and Sunday. good school for the last five years, continually craves B is a Mrs. Fannie Lan visited her sister under the same teacher. The disscientific cure for the tobacco habit near Cromwell Saturday. trict has been a small one and this In all its forms, carefully compoundan eminent year we waited until Mr. Godsey ed after the formula of used it in Berlin Physician who has Defender Document, taught one other school before teach- - his private practice since 187s, withNumber 73 has just been Issued by vegetable and the American FrotectiveTarlfl League. ing this, which other schools being out a failure, purely harmless. You guaranteed peilectly This is a new edition of the splendid closed enabled us to get quite a can use all the tobacco you want, speech of Congressman D. II. Grw number of pay pupils from adjoining while taking it will notivenorof Ohio, entitled "Protection districts. We have succeeded In get- fy you when to stop. Wegivea writto American Industries," delivered ting the district enlarged and the ten guarantee to permanently cute boxes, or refund In Congress on'Februaay 7th. Will people are fully aroused to the im- any case with three per cent, interest. the money with 10 be sent to any address for two cents portance of a good school, and ere Baco-Curis not a substitute, but a long we hope to have a graded school sclentlfilc cure, that cures without the each. Address W. P. Wakeman, General Secretary, No. 135 West 23d eitablishdd here. The school gave aid of will power nnd with no inconan entertainment on the night of the venience. It leaves the system as Street, New York. fourth to quite a large and attentive pure and frre fiom njcotlne as the Tlielllfie fruit uf Diplomacy, audience. It was by far the best day you took your first chew or Sold by all druggists, with smoke. So that is what it has all been entertainment I ever witnessed out- - our Ironclad guarantee, at ft. 00 per about. . We supposed it was some side of a Theatre, both as to the na- -, box, three boxs, (thirty days treatthing great, but were scarcely prepar- ture ol the piccei acted and those ment,) f 2 50, or sent direct upon reSEND SIX ed for anything as great as this, When played the different parts as they ceipt of price. STAMPS FOR SAPLE BOX, the Consecrated One went into pro. were extremely well drilled, had a AND PROOFS FRISK. found seclusion at Woodley,and faith- large and well arranged stage, and BOOKLIST Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing ful Thurber, with finger at lip, stood hid a splendid manager. Company, Manufacturing Chemists, But the prospects of the farmer and La Crosse, Wisconsin. guard and whispered to all comers &sr--gr- r' Keep "My baby was Baby a living" skeleton. Tho doctors said 'OAVBBrniNO. Qa.. Mar 21. 1804. ho was dvinir of lluraa-- (lV0RYlw60AP, IT FLOAT6 nras, indigestion, etc. Th6 various foods I tried seemed to keep liim alive, but UlU not strengthen or fatten liim. At thirteen monins oiu lie wcigneu exactly what he did nt birth seven pounds. I began using ' Bcorr'a Emulsion," sometimes putting a few drops in Ills bottle, then uguln fording it with n spoon; then again by the absorption method of rubbing It Into his body. Tho Ifect was mar- Velollfl. Baby began to stouten nnd fatten, nnd became 11 beautiful dimpled boy. a wonder to all. tJcorr'B EMULSION supplied tho ono thine needful Mas. kbjinon Williams." As One Woman To Another: 1 1 Hartford Republican Is especially useful for sickly, dcllcnto children when thoir other food fails to nourish them. It supplies in n concentrated, easily digestible Scott's Emulsion Cod-live- assimilate, combined with tho Hypophosphltos, both of which aro most remarkablo nutrients. Don't bo persuaded to accept a substitute 50c. nnd 51. & Bownc, New York." All Prucelsts. Scott llll I II I form, just tho nourishment they need to build them up nnd glvo them Oil mnde palatnblo nnd oasy to r health nnd strength. It Is "Bvery Monday morning for two year I've used CLAIFICTTC SOAP alwsvs makes the clothes pure and white without hnrd rubbing Ti . .t.i.A in.!. Iiave my wssuing pons oj nine a uuul. jiiii soap has never bsrmtd the most delicate colors tn my summer dreues, so it mint be free from all acids, I do wish you .would send down to the Grocer ind get a cake to try on your Vou will next wpshlng-dny- . Cud 0 perfect wundry Soap. Bom every wnere. Mnuconlyby . i N. K. The Fairbank Company, St. Louis. i ' s Ham ml. Is tfnsiv IhILs BahiI, m.. hl facilities for relUntf hlrh prices. W sell to tha Etern f utoriuand stid the mlddla mn'- - prodt. Ism vinhoiH receipts and stora f res of charro. Backs uts for. .. iTimm I ...- - LZ1. nlftbedfresof chanrs to those who s&Idu&. WaaAlltlt fth1nmtt!anf -. . nw dnf.11,1.. Writ. for nrleM. ucDmnniu-rtiinvp- h H.IIS.tS.i17aj19U.mllCwrU0UBYIUI,n. ' e, tit AHID TA IT4. Th WOOL I lrnt WOOL!! e 1 ' ""..L "" " a" Children for ts Pitcher's Caotoria. IN YOUR MIND And when you want Furniture, come and look around and got acquainted. Our slock is full of good things, not expensive but moderate-priced- , yet stylish and up-to-dat- dig-nit- e. IF YOU arc a judge of Furniture, all the- sented by Reore- - eftCO. BAKING POWDER tupTier" SampU 0UAKERCITY AHhto L Istttma. BiK5, rowiiES." ii of all wo'to found the best ( 'E11??1 iWJi&kn Pennies ettassm bla l II It Is est trl jillon- -success si's ill notu.t-a-f-tlon AbKlutelrnd wW ululnme, (Owtf.) Of jonrQroecran-(OmU.) I For (Ositt.) FsllurolherowMncTcrUi; .... .... y more likely make n customer THY us once anyway, if only for a 25c. kitchen chair. A little sometimes marks the beginning of an extended friendship and large sales. WE fill mail orders promptly and the same as if yoir were here. . we will of you. -- Claims ; dsyj ssoo store Ihorcst, it. tr . hmasboiiHaa ', a r. f B.S. WOLF, 112 W. Main, Owensboro. reat Valae EAST BOUND dinly daily No. 52 No 54 WESTBOUND daily daily. Lv Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p ni No. 53. No. 51. Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p m Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m Spottsville . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p ra Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m 8 50 a ni 3 23 p m Reads West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a m Worthington . . 7 58 a in 3 30 p m . 7 30 p ni 8 28 a m Howard Stanley . 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IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY and don't be .m posed upon by buying a remedy flint requires you to do so; as it is nothing more than a substitute. In thesud-de- n stoppage of tobacco you must have some stimulant, and in most nil crscs, the eflect 'cf the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or other opiates, leaves a far voice habit con Ask )ourdtuggist traded about BACO-CURIt is You do putely vegetublc. not have to stop using tobac--- o viUi BACO-CUR- ... 1 ... ... 3$ B WSiTIP DENTIST. Prices the Lowest, It is oiiipleasure to Goods the Newest, (announce to the cit- Fits the Best, izeng of Hartf or(1 and Workmanship State) the readers of The riortoanyin the Republican that our Spring Stock comprises all the novelties of tho season, as well as the staples, and for satisfaction you should call and see us. DON'T STOP TOBACCO STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Your sys notnv vou when to stoo and vour UeMre lor tobacco will cease. tem will be ns free from nicotine ns the day before you took your first chew or smoke. An ironclad written guaratee to absolutely cure the tobacco Price $ I 00 per box or 3 boxes habit in all its forms, or money telunded. For sale by all druggist (30 days treatment and guaranteed cuie.) for $2 50 SEND SIX TWO CENT or will be sent by mail upon receipt of price. Booklets and proofs free. It will EVANS BROS., Importing Tailors, 106 Main "77- - Street, Owensboro, Kentucky. 3L-TTO- aco-Cur- o Hartford, Kentucky, X. Mmk ni Uik Will draw dralts from a nico, neat cozy cottage up to a fine two story house. Will draw plans free of Will make careful estimates charge. on nil kinds of buildings, and rcmod-Motto "Livo and old bouses. let livo." al Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern R. R. imijs bust Xvii$ DCTWCEN AND ;! Eureka Chemical & MTgCo., La Cross, Wis. Office ol THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANY. C. W. Hornick, Supt. St. Paul. Minn., Sept. 7, 1894. Eureka Chemical and M'fg Co., La Cross, Wis. Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend for many years, and during the past two yenrs have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me I I tried the must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, nt least. various other remedies.but without "Keeley Cure," Three weeks ago success, until I accidentally learned of your I consider myself and I commenced using your preparation, completely cured;! am In perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobac has coraplelcly left me. co, which ever inveterate smokerfully appreciates, simply wonderful.and can fully recommend It. I consider your "Baco-Cur- o" Yours very truly, C W. Hornick. "Baco-Curo." to-d- ay OMg REDUCTION ALL ALONG THE LIKE, SuitB, largo Buvcl Plnle, 3 Picco Solid Oak ."..- .only Bed-Roo- SAAfte piees-4- - 8H-00- . LOUISVILLE Extra largo Plato, 3 Piece Oak Suit for Largo Solid Oak Sideboard Hovel Plato, nicely carved and finished; together with 0 high back Oak Dining Chairs all for w 810.00 Baco-Cur- MEMPHIS. ALSO FROM AND S1G.00 o TWO-CEN- T Wit HimUel Dinner. There will be a baskjtdinnerat the New Concord Churclvoh the third Sunday in May. Rev. R. It Smith, of Rockport, and Rev. Coleman Craig, will be present and pieach.Rcv. W. D. Cox, ofOwensbpro, is also ex pected. ljverybody come and bring a weU filled basket, everybody come regardless of name or order. 4c-- 3t. TO EVANSVILLE. CINCINNATI AND Parlor Suits 810.50, mid up. ' WE lead In fjTOOK and STYLE, PRICES RIGHT. 9 ri . aud MAKE tho Do not purcbue a Ticket NORTH, AST, SOUTH OR WCST Uulll you havccousulted sn Agent of lbs We Avant C. O. eg S. W. R. R. MOUKttN KQUIPMltHT. your TRADE. come to SEE us. Write or MMlTliD TRAINS, FUU.UAN BUl'l'RT 6UJRPRRS, A C. Cartbr. MARTIN eft SMITH, 104-30- 6 ubscrl pllou. Why not do so M onco-- ty your JOHN ECIIOI.3, OSN, MOR. T. B. I.YNCH, GCN.PA99.AOT. E. Main, louitviu. nr. ' i i h,. A ,.l1yrft1 . X