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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895052401 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. HHi MaMMMttMn3? saafiaU gMM JSXf, ifa'Tui iu'w as7"-- -. .... J. ! Cnrinn, Xi. V.I.Cnniin .I li 'iiift'i ii j'w'bi " n '"",rTT .1 J. Carson & Son, E g Haeteord Eepublican official orcah or ibe HAVE YOV PAID YOUR LXI nBGURIOl! Careful Itetlnmtos made on nil mid Building'. Terms Hartford, Ky. paw in the foueth comessionai district. toe stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanoo and wo Will Bond VOU Tho LnulnvlllA Wookly Commoraial ono yoat iruut ouusuriDo aionoo, Will show how you TI11S TAG I VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1895. NO. 43. h What is UNRECORDED DEEDS Remaining id Ohio County Cleric's Office from 1855 to the present, Som have not been recorded because the tax and fees have not been paid, and others because ol improper acknowledgement: GRANTORS, irnmx. Cnstorln, Is Dr. Samuel An try John W et al . . . . deed to GRANTEES. Ben J Autry James, Samuel & wife Patterson, L M & wife j ' Johnson, Allen et al . . ohnson, Jos W Johnson & Moseley Kennedy, Geo" T Kcown, W S Kelly, PR .. . " " " fSam&WKJames i & Uzcl Condict Treasurer I ol ME Church, South Thomas Patton Richard Stevens Hafiey & Gallagher (coal lease) A L fltyant Polly Doogeim School Trustees Dist 80 F M Ward D II Ashby A C Rowan School Trustees Dist 73 C T Austin Wm Barfield J B Canon Cooper & Berry Ansel Cobb r "' Hardin Ditto Thomas II Faught W P Graves Joe Kahn Jas L Lake Mary R Miller Elijah Morris Van May Jonathan T Miller Wesley Travis PROFESSIONAL QAIiD. " ' mmmmmm&mmmmmmm for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, nnd Castor OH. It is Pleasant. Its (ruarantco is thirty years' hso by Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys "Worms and allays foverishncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic. Castorla relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and llatulcncy. Castoria nssimllatcs tho food, regulates tho stomach nnd bowels, gUlng healthy and natural sleep. Castorla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. Pitcher's prescription for Infants nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Biibstnnco. It is a harmless substltuto Ashley, Jesse M ", " Ashby, Sanford R " Allen, WP Addlngtott, Joshua et al . . . " ' " Allen, T h " Atbuckle, N P Ashby, Henry R . . . . " Auhtln, 0 T " Imis Ashby John R Ashby Jas F Durkley Geo W Brown KirkRP Lowe, T J Leech, L C OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Ofilcs, Bank of Commcrco Building, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. (Office, ' ' ' Jna.N.tJlrnli, J.H.It. Weddlnc, .'. Austin, J B . Ashby, Henry M Atchison, John A - ... . " . Ambrosg,I..V.J ., Blckett.Joh'uP Broomfield, B W Block, John Baize, Pietta Brock, Allen Barnes, John Briggs, BR Bell, John D BoSqult, Abe Bennett, Jo Ad . , , " " . . ... ... . . " " " " " " WP Bennett John S Daugherty T M Heavrin R C HoMy "E T Johnson A G Murphy Mary E Sjielton Afc School Trustees Dis ! Jas Ashworth S S BroomGeld Stant Baltzell Alfred N Baize Kate Brock Joshua P Barnard Jas A Briggs S D D Byers John Bosquet Loyd.WW Miller, BenT Miller, James Medcalf, James Morton, Isaac Mitchell, B F Myers Margaret Miller, B T filler, J A Miller, W T Mosely, Robt heirs Miller, Jas Martin, Lewis Martin Warren Matthews, S E Matthews, DM Maples, F M McKinley, Joe McGrew, John . . ' McIIenry & Chapeze Nelson, J P Neighbors, John Neighbors, G G Odell, William " " " f ' f " ' " ' ' or.r Aod.rson's Basaar.) Will practice their profession in ah tbocourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. LAWYERS,.'. 1 " ' oraraoa .A.. SiaaltiL, " Castoria. "Caitorla It n excellent medicine for children, Mother litre repeatedly told me of 1U (cod effctt upon their children." Da. O. C Osoood, Lowell, Castoria. Is so well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription " " " " (. . " " JTTORIY JT W " " John II Wright " Castoria known to me." Mat. Ill II. A. Aucnnn, M. D., Bo. Oxlord St., Drsoklyn, N. V. " Castoria li the licit remedr for children of which I em aorualnlcd. X hope the day Is not far dUtant when mother, wilt consider the real Intere.t of their children, and uie Caitorla Instead of the various quack nostrums which ate destroying- their loved ones, ky forcing; opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful stents down their throats, thereby tending them to premature craves " Da. J, I'. KwciiiLoi, Conway, Ark. "Our physicians In the children's depart' inent have spoken highly of their experience In their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only have among our medical supplies what Is known as regular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castoria baa won us to look with favor upon United llosriTAl. and tloston, Mas. Alum C Surra, Vat. Tht Cantaur Company, 77 Murray Streat, New York City. rt, It" Berry, Wesley " " Bennett, Geo W " Bean.Noble ' Berry, V " Butler, Jas M Barnard, EL " Bratcher, WE " Briggs, Ben R " Brown Win " Brown, Geo A Bennett A V " Baize, Silas V " Benton, John . " Baker.A W " Berry, Verga " Briggs, Ben R Byers, John & wife .v. . . . " " Bellamy, Johna Baldwin, Jeremiah " Brcwn.JTetnl " " II B Bennett William Brown Mark II Bciry Obed Bennett Perry Bean ' .... " " " J S Coomes W J Growbarger J T Hendrix E D Wafker etal square M. L. nAHTFOIlD, KT. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court ol Appeals. Snecial attontion p. irivan tn r- .if. collections, Office east side of puVlii " ' " ' Jas Chinn John S Daugherty W P Graves "L G Gary ' . Patiss, William-- . Pinkney Petty John C Townsend A N Whittinghill S L Chapman M E Ford F W Haynes Shool Trustees 21 Elijah James Joseph Kahn Samuel &WKJame8, Condict Trustee of M E Church South L M Rorch Heavrin. HEAVRIN Shewy Taylok. & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law. HARTFORD, KY. " Washington Green FM Heavrin J R Hines Isaac M Bennett II K Tames Moses Miles John .Montgomery J .M Moore Hoover Neighbors Margaiett Neighbors Wm Roach Alfred Patterson Marcie Parson Roden B Swain Guardian, J K Tinsley Peach, Geo ; Pirtle, P M Phipps, Wm Patterson, L M Porter, J P C . . . . . . . " ' Patterson, & wife Samuel, James & wife lll TJzel J ' ' ' Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Ap- peals. Special attention given to collections. OfHce, next door . t Bank ot Hartford. Phipps, Wm Exr Plummer, Robt Paxton, S J & wife Pearson, Jordon Phipps, Woodson & wife Pearson, Gordon Ryan, J B Renfrew, Virgil Render, John L Robinson, Wm Rowans, Newton Ralph. Jas T Reid, Sutton Renfrew, Mark Render Coal Co Ralph, J W Reid, LojdT Robinson, J J Rucker, Thomas Roach, H J " " " " Perry Westerfield, E F Paxton School Trustee Dist 104 Thomas Shields" John and James Sutton J E Whiteside P M Baker Attorney at Law. BeavebDam, Ky. E.D.GUFFT. ..." ' " , . Bitfield, WR " ft J Jr.. &V& i faHepy&fflm ifcllasfi PATam iDRFrW? .isM' feNGrar zems 2 9 A l0IHI"G but pucs.g jMSfS 9 BEST PEMEDY for PILES, aURE nnd CERTAIN CURE 7 Barnett. II D H Brown, GeoA known for IB yonrans tho Brown, J G Barnelt, J C ei al Barnard, John T . v ... " " . Henry Crowder-Ja- s " JD&WWTichenor W H Williams Hester A Wright Larkin Williams E T Allen Thos A Evans Geo B Harris John Lawrence " " " " " " " " " " ' " " " " . . C Davis Fd Davidson V Fleemer Jas T Hoover B F Kirtly Tas SLee Attorneys OrLfy B.D.BIM cSC K123.STO, ... aHrSJ TAiTFLEBS x jutSSuUSf '1u,'iimmiiumij ''In png. teSJIfe i yj WARRANTED. PRICE fUlUTTA, I3JU8TA3COOD FOR ADULTS. GO Ilia., lis l eta. bt Pari. Vtfdlolne Co., -- Louis, Mo. ICO V M It.t rear, botll.s of d.nUmaiani OllUVlTH TA8TRI.Kf8 CHILI, TO.NIO and have year. Inalloarcx. toutht thr. stum alrcadr this drug business, . In Uia panenc of II hava v.r ad X an artle-l- that (rare sucti untrersal aalla. aUoa as your Tailo. Yours trulr, Nov, 18. ISM. I . : means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Dorrt Dlavwith Nature's greatest gift health. out of sorts, wesk Health ft Bennett, h V Casebier, John T Cobb, J M Cain, M T "niHsi1ia Cooper.D S Chapman, GF Crowe, Wesley Colyear, John S . Davison, Mary E Daugherty, Ben . Dunn, J W Daniel, RJ . . : Dodson, Geo R "' ' Jas P McCoy Wm Martin Will practice in all courts of Ohi and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Col- -' lections and all legal business attend-e- d to. Office 329 E. Market Bt. Hartfoid, Sloiitviclcy. t jaw, , " " Jonathan Reid Geo Robinson B. R. WEDDING i Sally Schacklett Jeff Vance ... ... ... ' . . . . . ' " " " . . . Dunn, J M Daugherty, U S, et al Dehaven, Isaac. Duke, J D . Embreyjohn R & C et al Evans, D I. Edwards, Jas Evans, J . , , . . . " " " " " " ' Nathan White W CAskIn3 R D Daughterty CCDunn, Sr Jas W Daniel Elijah Dodson CCDuun, Sr James B Morris C C White J FWimsatt Elizabeth Allen W L Evans StewartJasT w Tullie Paks V S Sutton Thomas J Bryant Attorney at Law, k - Smith, Thomas Samuels, Walter Stevens, Thos Statler, Ignations Heirs Sullenger, CBetal Smith Geo D Stevens, J Wet al " " " ' MrsMJ Clark Henry G Crowe G F Douglass 8 P & Mary L Fulkerson Mollio 0 FieeniBter N&l Gregsby F M Heavrin Richard Howard Mrs Millio Harrison J T Hoover Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Oflico, room 20, Hartford House. W. H. BARltfES ATTORNEY AT Hartford, Ky. WILL 1M - StinnetJohnW Stockton, J F Stewart, J A Splnks, John T Swain, " " " " " " " WS Evans W P Graves Warren Mills Oscar Stevans Dr Sam L Berry Lent Barrett (of col) Thos Bell, Jr Lee Canan Barbara Eidson Same N E Furgerson Eleazaor Hedden J A Hendrix Halley Johnson Victory M E Church Sam E Mosley Dan F & G W Moseley Mary E Mills Wm Nickols(ofcol) . Same H V Parks Soloman Pierce School Trusttees Dis 19 Nancy J Bratcher William Brackin Brooks& McQuaddy, O P Kerby Wade N Martin Po'ter & Condlct Geo Simpson Caroline Austin John P Burks Moses Brooaatleld Jesse Bagarly Woodson Broomfield Wm S Evans J W Ford W T Themster Renus Gibson PA' Au.tir.Cma&CO. lfouarefstllnr Ellis, Ellis, AC for a'nlc by William .t Urll.Ilnrlfortl The Lexington Business Collet ) UNCORPOIIATED e--- A r Brown's f I I II I ' 9 rnri ' A aud cant work. pegm aionceisa. Ins: the most r.lla. hie strenrthenlnr sud gen.rsllr ea hausied, nsrvous, hsve no appetite JT M Fitzhugh, R Foreman, .Qu, ..outers Dyjpcpila, Neuralgia, Constipation, Malaria, UJtl Mrr Browns iron A few cure ben. it com. a from tha first tloie-- rt ttMtm W II French, D S Fitzhugh R N Foreman, W P . . . , Same ........ ... ... " " " " " " ' a nil pleasant to IlltX. awl yt Fuich.W F Ford, II T Smith, David L Stewart, W R Stevens, Alonzo Stevens, Lucinda et al Shull, EEC Shown, Luetta . . Stevens, VDDetat TownsendJohnC Taylor, Virgel et al Tkomas Anderson Jos Harrison Justel Jackson Thomas J Lowo Robt Lilea Mary E8hull D L Smith practice his nrofeeeion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections.. , Office over Carson & Co. I . . . . " J Edwin Kowo T J Stevens Jo. B. ROGERS. .'...."" " ' Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tk courts of Ohioand adjoining counties, , Careful attention giveu to all business entrusted to him. Office in Retub-lic-an Building. . Frank Ticbenor Richard II Austin F.M Allen , Mark Berry W 8 Bartlett John M Calloway Commonwealth of Ky M CampBeld Micheal Earnspiger N B Hocker J A Fuqua tsk. ll It Cures Trouble-- , Dad Dlood Kidney and Llvr Farmer, J W Fitzhugh, R N Felix, Henry C & wife Foreman, W P Same Ford, Mary E Foreman, W P Same Same Ford, Josepk ,m. ' " '.' " ' Ct onlv tha cenulne lthascross.il red lines on Ihewranntr. All others irimh. Ilium On r.c.lpt of two c stamps wa will send set of Tan Beautiful World's Pair Views and book Ir.a. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. Nervous aliments Women's complaints. " " " Thornton, R H Atty Thornton, R II Atty Taylor, W S by S O C . . Taylor, S W Thornton, R II Atty Taylor, II D Thompkins, AC Taylor. J S & wife .... , . ' " ". ' " " ' , f " ' Thornton, RH Atty Thompson 1vvvwVv' ft Hlghi. oiiletnt LudorbciHriil. th flor (.ouimuuntalth rrnor p( tha College. aiM irit tt.t l'lialdcnft ot tb hrrvurjr and lU Trajtir ol tnu Hcurliy Irum kui Hufty Vault tvi, iirnln THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. Kbnncetmtiritktft? Htate A ct J CvHtgt ) JniTifoSff7r!wY iwsuais ItN. Fulkerson, J M Gary, I, G . . Goff.JET. et uX.i?,.SS.,ABBnls.$75 iiwk FitwtlTw ttrrlury 4ITfc Gains, WS lUi.14 Dhk WklV WlibN Iht dlfb rf tUUilJ U.Dt aUlOtU Gentry, J M VauhM, rtBina mJ 4rU. ika vilhMl vtlilng th battel. BALTIMORE. Mtt Taylor.S P JP " Elizabeth Hocker Aaronjewell Aaron Logan Van May HARTFORD, KY, Will nrnrllVn riia nrnfpe.olnn in all th courts of Ohio ana adjoining counties. vareiui atienuon will bo given to all business entrusted to his care. Col- lectimiR n nirinlfv. flffipn milt. !,. county Attorney. Also Notary Publio 3". Xj. EOO-BES- . Attorney at Law, O. 2VJC. BJfiL.e3SrE1uI,? " " " " , ' . , th p & iil4itaU. wuanf lIJtrHtlBXVM. surea of the icaJIm rro-fi- tf tuiml Bd ttulDM Hi ii wito urtj Im liloai a til ttttrons yteu. of nrtunt. piactlcAl t t Uuri-lsBhtulfifM lu(rurtluti tuwrt tn mlt i3im iiihRnjiil-- t nny tiilirr Un, itiTiwr anj riium.! iwAuni. aii lb am frcniluma Maul and Hni' Mi inliftud iFlPlania., to.," t h liitcntallcnal Hid. l tli cjftun of bw Winter Kxnenllloii (ft liiMMiHtpluitf unp1 tbl (till'rv iimm! Urpnrlittruia l. nr jmctlo! ttl HutltM (XMnfRMa.Kll.K'at-fcieVM .lrl tn'i ouiitint, 1aUJlUllV KWAHfTiav toiMjaih.f LinHy. I illuii'. utm u Bhorinanfl," luughi In toi tb IIJahrt UDdninriiipnl In the World to Hit IimUoI ourBiioritini.il Dtririoitut ian rfNKtvr, frnm tb itutlmrit o( this nvMsni. TrJLWQU 1111 V. Mirirlnlriidrnl oToiir Ituiluay nnd Ti'lrirrtipli tsiriu h u rewrd or It praptlcftl xpTinrp (nm Wletit OjHmtor to Clilff Tnln IHNptUihir. with alio In VnuTlt'ft iKfaTI I'litlorvrtl b i MlKpntrbcrn Hiip'riniinUenli, Upfna " m.v nnii if)ktrnih nmpanle, undo ! . , Ui the tVurld owning mul ' Hie upentlnv i liutiwa. Myium fr the ii t g purpow nf i hi huuhihh iu pj u iitc i id i i ur ii uni rut on MIU'U 'U In all 'XVDJMJ J'.l. IJ.TIIL'-1I0- N tVnrlc dnarLmntM. All ! rnumo, t'eumsnMiin ih.amhm ritnt wtwi nn (Himmoli.l Law, Uuiuatvrvlal CorrcSpuiidfliie, ArtUimtp ftti.l Mpoliinir I'OlTIpm for ttiur Uunrmileo I'Imi." WrftK ntrra II (Mill STUDY, will hv au money Wrltr far ItMstfuotfoin. an873,0001)0 Ounruiifrc (bit oar OolUffo I ifurfMtNl, or nninry n fiilMlrd. liMlGiNi' NKW III'll.nlNO, await!, rraotwl mitt run.lhil hy ui, tu mnt ihn of ur nranlrul iytm of InMruc-tlotrMUiri irutnU rurnar IIat, KlrctrlI.Ih1. Wulrr, porfaet ronttlatlon. Thv UriMt and nut wily qlria I!UiIuvm follruo llulldlug lu Iklnlomiu. on ) irltri ttaryr r tie BiuHtlfcdaot r. i. ii Annuo co., cmh N.brokvBdUbo durtltla ! aoaKwn a csttrni ) QCcraMll4ktidortlwtklB l. lh bull., (ha rtt. Brlf ki, patUkfti BaVCattlfl HIwi, n. is, b.naa.Ckp ClrelTfr c,tumbus o. Gardener, Geo W Graves & Rogers Gufly.E D & wile Hocker, Parmenus Hoover, Geo II Townsend, John C . , , . . Thornton, R Atty Taylor, II D ' Thomas, Jas W &wife . " Taylor W C " T S Leach Geo W Smith Richard B Stevens Henry L Thomas Judson 8 Taylor Henry M Allen Steven Daniel ... Attorney at Law, UlseySO . ' ... " ' R I P A N S ONB 0IVK3 RBMHl'. Heavrin, F Hobdy, M WHEN YOU GO TO OALI.ON OWENSBORO -a avt, a XJX3D riJIOXOailAJIIEB, For M ? and ibjf TFort, an vr la Heavrin, F M Hendnx, J A Hedden, E Hines, G W . Hunter, CW PII Voyles, Mary E ' Woodward, Sallie M Wise, WB Watts, Wade II Warden, Jacob C , , , , , , " ' White, J W Isaac Axton William Benton Mark II Berry John S Colyero W T Graves KY. Will practico bis profession in all tha courts of Muhlenberg and adjoining counties. Special attention will bo given to collections and all business entrusted to his caro. DE3. GREENVILLE, P J Coffraan IE. rkJ3E3A.IL., (Gbnnty Attorney) ' ' . '. " : . Williams, EJ Watts, Abraham Ward, P M Westerfield.JC " " " " " " any tutor ityle. 3rd and 4th. ... a Frederita St, , Itiween Gm37 lrtie i )) OLILalLa 03NT i.A In jltin IliPMoilltl. ir ruitmtMnlbMmonl only, will ttll jou tbt Itiay will jtlvt nn the ,rra.M or a " inort ibotiHifi Hwrrt." Itt ," Im tlmtN or for " ! mon.y," Tt,, Uibu U tnk to rmplttt a cnurni wllb u lUirnro or tufh cfalmi, lliw nr ntl C 0. llluMratfd tiitiilflfut (UMIOUN, rrtntflpal, AdJrtM, teilnfUn.Kr. fr. Eiirr SIt!i ui Sin, lorOld Pictures Copied nnd Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. ntf,7 OWENSBORO, KY Pictures !a h fllll kigPholpk . 1 Hocker, Nicholas Hoover, Cornelius Hawkins, Amanda Hoover, S R Hill EM Hoover, I, O Hinchce, CM Hinec, Sylva Holless, WL Same Haynes, F W Heavrin, J P House, J II . , . Hoover, Cornelius Heath, J M Heavrin, I' M ' Hocker, R P Hill, Sara E' ... J " ' E T Hocker . . . , . . " " ' . J T Hoover VM Heavrin Jacob Hoover John W Hill " , J C Hoover " ' W L Iglehart Adeline Jackson Joseph Habn i)ame " " " ' . J T Lltsey W B Myera C II Page & C Eubanks John II Park John II Renirow H Young Parks R II Stevens Weller, Jacob Wimsatt, C E Warden, EC Westerfield, CHut Wright, Nancy Wright, W F Wallace, Sam Whittinghill, P T Wilson, Ansel Wilson, James O Westerfield, W B Wilhite, TR Williams, Susan L Woodward, W T Younger, Silas K Hoover W H King R P Kirk II 0 Midkifl Lewis All orney ai JCaw, Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the J PFelson P R Robertson Win Rayman L M Midkifl .....,. ... , , John P Smith C W Stewart J. R. PIRTLE E P Sapp Alvin Wilson Ansil Wilson (Rsleaie) C " " " ' " N M Wilhilo Fielding Williams Wesley Tinsley W A Rowon E Westerfield ' " " " -- J B St Clair r Wnnlrtl. know that Groves IVaror VAniKTjr, Latrst Styi.es, At Factory Pnicns. Tastless Chill Tonic ia gunrnntred to Best qual .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll Cure Chills and fever, I.ngrlppc Bad Gold Paper . . . 8c to 10c per Roll Colds & a, or your money will be 1'inest embossed Pnperise to 3operU'll 15. R. BASSHTT. rehmded in every instance. Sold by K.O.W.6m 64a Fouith Ave.I,ouisvile,Ky. William & Dell, Hartford Ky. "Send 6 eta in stamps for samples. T. crywlyto Wall Paper. Hunt, I, W Hocker, Sciota Hoover, Geo " ' Igleheatt, Jas II , Jttt, Rill Jtuues, Hesiklah , Johnson, Sarah A Jackson,Penmeacy Jamses, W S John T Tucker Jas R Wilcox John E Williams J II Iglehart WJ Baize " ' Catharine' Carter J A Hendrix Justin Jackson Joseph Habn HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. To save trouble aud, perhaps, much expense, I would respectfully request Is prepared to do any and all kind the Grantees, 'especially, to look after the recording and proper acknowlTrices mst edgement of the above list which I have, caused to be published! in comple-anc- e of Dental Operations. OfHce over Williams Ac with the law. Yours Resp'y, D. M. Hocker, O. C. C. reasonable. Beira Drug Store. Te Tfnehersj, We have made arrangements to The special Normal club the Owensboro Weekly Inquirer Summer ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Bold outriht, no School provides for a special Teach-er- a' with Tun Republican for only $1,75 L ao rorutr. ntrr. NsmJm idUJ I mimn Training Course of eight weeks QraUiMt. lau,bop.ftUin-aJofS- o per year for the two papers. beginning June 11. AitaUinfcorNiiu A3loft30priv Qnm In rwttlmo miuu mJs ta ll tha U tntruisaf tut tot, woru anltUbor. Special Summer Rates. Write for Information. IHIIWIIUIPN4, Cry ChkrkyBros,, WWM tuu. I non Bowling Green, Ky. mkaii Wrtu rv rf . r. iiirrtMa a Ca, Clerk 10, CoWmbm. 0, DENTIST a for Children PItchor's Castoria. I ..."" jaasKaJaUaVal L Highest of all in Leavening Tower. - Latest U. S. Gov't Report BEAVER DAM. Mrs Hj J Young and Miss Msjy licit, Iioelcport, wOro in towii last ' Special to This RHruuticAN. No lionest lnnn disputes the right of the goverment to maintain its mo week. nopoly of the bulsness of manufacturMr. It. 0. Btewait, Cromwoll.spcnt ing paper money In order to outwit Saturday with his brother, Mr. V, .J4SSS5 the counterfeiters the greatest care is Stewart. necessary. In the first place the peMr. Lulbcr Smith, Morgantown, culiar paper employed, which is made was in town Monday. of silk fiber nnd 1ms threads ol colored Senator Morgan of Georgia says Mr. I. 0. Hoover will move Into silk embedded in its surface, can only by reason of tho Incomo Tax decis-sio- his new residence this neck. be made under strictest supervision ol PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING tbo taxing power of tbo Governthe agents of the Treasury Depart-meMr. Tim Taylor was in Rochester If n private individual should HAH A. AMn:n.so.v ..Proprlrtor. ment is wrecked. lat week on business. jro. n. noar.iut .. Editor. be found in possession ol even a small Messrs. S. P. and 0. M. Taylor The witty and Bparkling piece of unprinted paper he would be Subscription, $1.26 por yoar. nowspapcr man Mr. Will 8. younge mado a business trip to Owensboro Ster-rcttliable to twenty years imprisonment Friday, May 24, 1895. has founded a new paper at Ev Saturday. at hard labor in addition to the payansvillo called 17ie Traveler. A largo crowd attended church at ment of a fine of $5,000. The sheets A 81 00 llonk S'or 21 CenU. STATE SENATOR. Concord Sunday. The great war series, Shenandoah, ate counted scores of times from the Wn are authorized to announce Misa MAny Dodod, better known Dr. A. D. Jambs, Mr. R. A. London spent Monday a story of Sheridan's Great Ride by time that they leave the pnpermlll at Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate as Gall Hamilton, is seriously ill at afternoon in Rockport, J. P. Tracy. This is one of the most Springfield. Mass , until they nre for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial Washington and sho is not expected fascinating stories ever emanating ready for circulation, and each person Mr. H. D. Hunt was in Central District, subject to the action of the to live. Sho was a great friend and from the pen ol an American author, through whose hands they pass gives Republican party. City Wednesday. admirer oi James G. Blaine, and and is hailed with delight by all who a receipt for the quantity received nnd BEPHESENTATIVE. Mr. Harry Waddle is visiting his have read it. It is rapidly becoming is held strictly responsible tho death of tho latter has for the We nre authorized to announce very popular and is creating n furore safety of his charge. been CDgaged in writing a life of the sister iu Calhoon this week. Esq. W. I. Rowk, Of Centertown, as a candidate to rep- statesman. It is a love Mrs. F, O, Austin and daughter, wherever introduced. In the matter of engraving, every resent Ohio county in the Lower Sadie, spent Tuesday afternoon in story pure and simple founded on possible percautlon Is Ul e 1 prevent House of the next General Assembly, The Republican State Convention Hartford. the great achievements of Sheridan's fraud, aud the resources of the art ate Bubject to the action of the Republicmeets noxt Wcdneeday week. If presin the Shenandoah Valley during the resorted to to producedesigns which an party. Mrs II. D. Hunt and little daughent indications count for anything it late civil war, and the descriptions of can not be copied. Occasionally work-me- n ter, Sallie, aro visitiog relatives in the Battle of Winchester and of Sherwill bo tho largest gathering of tho have been detected in the practice Sam Joncs is in Owensboro and the Rockport. idan's Great Ride are here given as of making duplicate plates, one for kind ever held in in the State. Nc JHcuenger is unhappy. Miss Mollie Ren (row, one of our seen by an This is tiu-l- y the goverment nud the other for priRepublican who can attend should boarding students from Sulphur a wonderful book. The next num- vate use, but such practic lias been alItaly is suffering from a contin- fail to do so. Let Ohio county have Springs, spent Sunday al her home, ber is still bitter and more good things ways most emphatically frowned upa large delegation. ued attack of earth quakes. accompanied by Miss N. May Friend, are to follow. All old soldiers, their on when discovered. The work upon The citizens of Henderson havo one of our teachers, and Mr. R. A. wives and children will read this each bill is subdivided among so On June tho 17th tho people of Hartford must determine whether or held a convention, passed sound London, a pupil. They report a de- great book and enjoy it. The book many employees at present that It is contains 224 prges, printed on fine not thought possible for nny workman not they will have license saloons in money resolutions and appointed del lightful time. paper, handsomely illustrated, and to oLtain an entire plate. When the cgatcs to tho Sound Money ConvenM midst. their Mrs. A. D. Taylor and children tion at .Memphis, ihis is not very are visiting in Rockport this week. bound in illuminated cover. Pub- designs for the fronts and backs of the lished by the Novelist Publishing Co., bills are decided upon, the wotk for Returning, A larger deficit in tho Treas- encouraging to Governor Brown iu to remedy the mistake, a Misses RoseTaylor and Ollio Smith 6: Beekman St , New York City, and the different sectionsisdlvided among paintbrush full of green paint fell ury is now predicted since the Incomo his aspirations for the Senatorship. are visiting Mrs, Sep William, coun- sold throughout the United States and the various engravers; for Tax Law is declared Unconstitution- The people look upon him as n Free instance, on his hat, ruining it. Ho paid for try. Canada for the low price of 25 cents. one man will be given the portrait, a new ono smilingly, however, for al. So much for the Wilson bill. Silver candidate. Miss Dora E. Gibson spent Sunday All newsdealers handle it. another the border line, another the his theory that it was unlucky to lettering; and still another the scroll pass under n ladder was fully conA Louisville widow whose son had the Iloerllns; tJrrrn Iliulnrvi t'ollcsr. at her home in Hartford. ToTlie f'nrmrroul Ohio County. firmed. No Business College in the South lost heavily on tho races has brought Remember that Tracy & Son are work, patiently reproduces upon a In last week's letter there was a Running upstairs to his club, the g plate of soft steel the pait, of the desuit against the winners of the boy's offers facilities equal to those offered mistake as to the date of the enter the agents for the Celebrated superstitious man on tho by ourschool. sign given him. The work is wholly stops when near tho tripped n flight, Deering Harvester, a machine money for the amount the boy lost. tainment, instead of the 18th it is tbo top of We secure our people good posi25th. You cannot aflord to miss this that has been tried and never denied hand labor, each dot and line being nnd ns this was a very unlucky thing carefully cut with sharp pointed chisTiiree irate females had a lively tions. Special Summer Rates. to happen just boforo eating, he comedy "Between tho Acts," and and willing to be tried again. You Cherry Bros , Address, went down to tho landing below and scrimmage at a Louisville Broadway will look to your best interest by a els, or "gravers." "The Rough Diamond." Hartford 42-Bowling Green, Ky. began tho climb all over again. Ho The scroll work is done with a e Church Sunday morning over a love string band will furnish music during close examination of the Deering mawas so agitated when ho sat down to called a "lathe." This machine fully Wonderful creatures, these letter. Too Jinny Unlinks. the evening. It is a benefit for a chine. They areare the warranted in works upon the principal of the pan the table that ho upset the salt tho all respects and lighest runwomenl There are too many killing in first thing, and in throwing it hurgood cause the School Library. ning machine on the market. Call tograph," which i3 used in copying riedly over his shoulder hit tho club too many gentlemen swagMrs. Chas. Slaughter, Rockport, and see them Pictures. The design for the scroll I . Kentucky's member of the Su gering on the streets with the disdog, a hugo Newfoundland, square made upon a large scale and this is in the eyes. Tho dog, preme Court Juetico Harlan, thinks tinction ofhaving "killed theirman." passed through townTuesday en routo 2it2 Tracy & Son. smarting followed by the end of the long arm with pain, rushed out of tho room tho Income Tax Law constitutional, Human life is too cheaply held, ex- to Hopkinsville. This is to certify that I bought one and is one of the four dissenting cept where apersonwithoutfriendsor Mr. Strother and family, who have Deering Ideal Mowing Machine, last of the lever. The short end of the and, darting botweon the legs of ft members of the Court. been living here for a short lime, year at Ownsboro, Ky., the same that lever carries a cutting tool which re- waiter, brought him to the floor with influence, in the brawl, or a terriblo rattlo of broken dishes. without premeditation, kills n man. moved to Rockport last week. Tracy &son are now selling, and after produces the design in the proper The wholo proceeding was observed Decoration Hay will bo observed Then there is sometimes, a punishusing it one season I pronounce it the scaltupon theordinary soft steel plate. by tho superstitious man's worst Mrs. 0. P. Brunton is somewhat at Oakwood Cemetery next Thursday ment. If the party accused happenlightest draft mower I ever saw or When nll.of the parts of the design enemy, who roportcd it to the board this writing. 30 under the auspicies of Pres- ed to have been drunk when the kil- better at the used, I would reccomend it to all far- arecomplcte and turned in, they arc of directors as an act of puro Mr. Billy Tilford, Cromwell, was tempered or hardened and are then ton Morton Tost G. A. R. A largo ling occured, perhaps it is so much maliciousness. mers who intend to buy a machine passed beneath a roller of soft steel, in town Tuesday. crowd is expected. On his way back to tho office tho the better. He will be held to have this season. Jacob 'Wbu.kr. under great pressure. The designs superstitious man saw n pin, with Mr. Newton Whalio, Morgantown, had no business to have been drunk are thus transicrred to the roller, one the point toward him, lying ou tho Columbus Peelts. who so cruelly and the case reaches a trial jury. spent Monday and Tuesday with bis Welcome lo Kentucky. With this weeks issue of Tub Re- at a time, nnd joined togetberin their sidewalk. He did not pick this up, and wantonly murdered his halt But these are the isolated cases and brother, Mr. U. S. Whalin, who is publican, we stut theannouncement proper order, so that when completed on account of thounlucklnessofsuch brother near Bowling Green a few altogether too few and unimportant in school here. an action, but walked around it carein another column, of Messrs. F. W. the roller will have the corap'ete weeks ago, has been convicted and his to do anything but prove the rule for one side of the bill, but every fully. By this ho missed extracting school notes. Floyd & Co of O .vensboro, the char if murder is not a fine art, that punishment placed at death. Mrs. R. P. Hccker and Mis3 Mar acter ol the goods mentioned iu this cut iu the line ol the original design from a crack in tho pavement n carat for murder is not only a fine and a half dlnmond which happened garet Clark were present at opening card is such ns will appeal to every appears asa projection, and vice versa. to be on tho othor end of tho The Marquis of Queensbcrry and art, but a lost art pin. It mother's household where thsre are In other words the roller represents was secured by a strong-minde- d his con, Loid Alfred, quarreled and perIt is utterly useless to talk of the exercises Mouday , an "intaglio" impression of the tie- - son, two minutes later, who bad no small children. OwensPmk Mixture had a tctfo in Piccadilly, London, on influx of capital to Kentucky, or the Mr. Newton Whalen conducted trace of superstition in his mnko-up- . The old gentleman won absence of the influx, being altogeth- devotional exercises Tuesday. Tuesday. The is old Dr. Hay woods famous prescrip- sign. Tbis roller is in turn tempered isui inc superstitious man was nap-pll- y and the Marquis of Queensberry er due to restricts e legislation, or- pupils of Prof. Ray's room will pass tion for teething troubles, bowel dis- aud the hardest part of the work is Ignorant of what ho had missed. orders, and second summer Child accomplished. Rules. ganic or statutory, concerning the examination next week. At a crowded cornor ho encountered complaints. It has been used with From this roller as unuy printing building of railroads or investments another pin, this timo with tho head Those completing the Junior Sci- great success in Alabama, Tennessee The Silver Resolution and the plates as may be desired can be made. toward him. n other enterprises. The fact that entific Course will deliver productions It was unlucky to pass and the more Southern States, for The steel plates are first softened conduct of the Free human life is at a discount, and tragthen this, so ho stooped and was about to in Study Hall Friday night, May 31. many years Mr. Floyd, for several Silveiites at Owensboro seem to have edies otly the wonder ofa day must passed beneath the "intaglio" roller, grab it, when a heavy man, bustling marked the high tide in the craze, be taken into serious account when Music will be furnished on the piano years prominently known in news- and then tempered. When the plate forward, Btruck him full in the rear anditwould now teem that senti- asking why it is that for three years by the two music teachers, Misses paper and business circles, in Detroit has been worn smooth it can be again and he was thrown violently on his Clark and McBeath. Mich., has with his associates,obtain-e- d softened and passed under the ment is on the wane. roller. face. not one mile oi railroad has been As the superstitious man unthe full rights and title for this Each plate prints four bills, nud The examinations in tho Commerbuilt in Kentucky. The most liberIn view of tho iact that the Demo-- c ally devised legislation with refer cial Department will begin Friday, remedy, and will manufacture and as many as eighty or a hun- dressed himself that night ho presented an altogether pitiful spectarats could not agree on tho Tarifl ence to the capital; the and continue the following market Owens Pink Mixture from dred plates on each denomination will cle. His noso was skinned, his right richest field May and now split in twain on the money for its development; the ;nost ur- week, .the work that has been done O wenbboro Ky. , The readers of Th e be in use at the same time. Rollers anklo sprained and his clothes question it is not inappropriate to aik gent invitation to it and even by both stenography and book keep- Rehudlican are invited to call at the of this character have been known to abraded from his fall on tho paveoffice of the Company, reproduce the designs upon as many ment. His chest was soro nod his w hat it takes to constitute a Demo the certainty is very satisfactory, ef rich returns ing student East Main St. when in Oweus as ten thousand plates before wearing heel adorned with a big blister, crat anyhow, Can anybody tell? en investments will not suffice some having completed the course and out The backs of the bills are print- whero tho unfastened flannel and tho if it is manifest that either the law or enter the business world. Among boro. The Louisvillo Pott says that Wat its ed in one operation in green ink, then turned sock had wreaked their venenforcement is insufficient for the the students that bavo been in this geance. Ho bad Inst a big real esHardin by reason of his conspicuous protection of human life, where the work Married at the residence of A. J. after being dried, the faces are printed tato deal and been nearly during the school are: C. P. posted at part in the Owensboro Silver Con-ve- u slayer of his fellow-main black. Before leaving the Bureau goes acquitted Austin, A. E. Pate, Luther Baker, Stewart, May 16, '95,8 p. m , Mr. his club. Ho was out the price of a of Engraving and Printing the bills tion has defeated himself for Gov- and bociety permits it to be so, For Rbeinhold Salin, Claud Baker, H. U. James Porter and Miss Sallie Sander-fnoiv hat and plus a number of aches ernor. It is needless to remark that it would not be so if it were not for in the presence of a few friend 3, are numbered in blue in the upper and bruises. Brown, Rob Chinn, 0. D. Chick, if Wat hasn't Bill Bradley will. "After Bean officiating. May right hhnd and lower left hand corner. the fact that society does permit the Claude Maddox, R. said the superstiA. London, Ew-e- Rev. G. J. law to be a dead letter when invoked your lives be lives of love, and miy Alter reaching the Treasury building tious man, "I will pick up no pins; I Gib-so- u Taylor, and Misses Dora E. The Supreme Court has declared against murder, your path be strewn. with roses along proper they receive the final irapres-sfo- n wm walk under nil tbo ladders I and E. W. Chinn. which is the red seal ol the please; I won't throw salt over my the Wholo Incomo Tax Law UnconIn the short space of one month life's uneven journey. Let your light The examinations and reviews in be as bright as the noonday sun, Treasury of the United States, and left shoulder. I'll get out any sldo of stitutional and away goes some more seven persons in Kentucky have been the bed that pleases me. I'm derncd Democratic record. Ho spoke wisely acquitted of the crime of murder; and all the classes of the Preparatory De- that there may never be any discords are cut apart. Not until the seal is imprinted can they be used as money. if I think there's much in superstiof Beaver Dam School will with you through the many changwho said that when tho Democrats that one shot to death the husband of partment tion, anyhow." The routine work of the plate engo to make a law they should employ the woman with whom he had held be conducted daily in the recitation ing scenes, for you have taken upon And tho very noxt morning, to illicit relations, though it should be rooms, beginning Tuesday morning yourself a vow to love cherish and graver is so different from thatof the show that ho wasn't afraid, be bea lawyer. aid each other along during this life ordinary printer, particularly in so gan to do all tho unlucky things ho stated that the murdered man was May 23. Ren. Sam Jones is again storming only a nigger." Is it not time to Tbo children have made marked and may you ever remember that vow far as producing money is concerned' oould think of. .Whllo he was thus engaged thieves the citadels oi sin iu our neighboring hold human life at its right value? progress during tho year and quite a and keep it sacred to the end of life that it is worthy of special mention, The consideration of theeflect the un- number will be promoted to higher and at last be reunited iu that heaven but, as RuJyard Kipling say3, "that broke Into the basement and stole city of Owensboro. There is but one all the silver and his new winter is another story." punished shedding of blood will have, grades. of eternal rest. C. h. M, such as Sam and Sam is that one overcoat. and is having, on the developing oi Cedar Grove, May 23. Thousands of people from all over A medal for punctuality during the superstitious man is A tirrut Ollrr. more superstitious than over. Chitho neighboring counties will attend Kentucky, is, in the end, wholly a the teim willbeawarded Friday 31st The I'liitortlil.fnRc Work. edition of Lis meetingand be will do them good. selfish view of the question, The There are five equal contestants, viz: Tlte League is growing in number The New York World (formerly the cago Dispatch. right view is that human life can be Jessie Mitchell, Marie Austin, Nellie and interest. Last Sunday afternoon , Weekly) has A High Death (lata. If Mr. Carlisle in recent years ha? taktn, except iu absolute eelfdefense Austin, Huron Miller and Clarence Mr, B. D. Rtngo delivered a splendid success. It is aproved a phenomenal of six Tho death rato in Italy in 1883 was only by Him who gave it, and that been convinced that he was wrong on address on "Intimation of ImmortalHockcr. paces, mailed Tuesdays nnd Fridays: as high as twenty-seveper ono tho money question, and compelled the slayer of his fellow.man must be Thuisday night this Department ity," Job xiv,i3 16 It is" hoped that eight columns to the page; thousand, whereas In England it was t held accountable to the law and feel to take tho Bland for sound money, many more Christian workers of the columns each issue. It gives the only soventecn a difference attribits strong arm fastening the hemp will present an cuniug's cntertain-mehow long will it be until he may bo town and community will join iu this news fully half a week ahead of tableaux, statuary and drills of any utable chiefly to sanitary arrangeabout his neck. When that mode of grand work. expected to conclude he is wrong action weekly paper, and at the same time, ments. interspersed with musical selections has been reaclfed Kentucky A .special program has been preon tho Tarifl also and declaro for Proretains all the literary, agricultural, may hold up to the world her riches by the Hartford String Band. Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock nt pared for next tection? and meet with the jetuui her riches Attye. o'clock which in Sunday evening at 3 miscellany and other feautures which the home of the bride's father, Mr. as follows: and the rightful value at which she made The Weekly World so popular. Vlrge Renlrow, SulphurSprings, Mr, Devotional Kxercises Rev. E. E Yet the price is Only Oae Djllar Work is progressing on tho Rough holds human life entitle her to t. Men on l'rople a Wm. S. Covington Commonwealth, Deane and Miss Annie RenAnd those who are all tired out and Pate. Music. A Tribute to Wesley year. For sample copies Ri ver Locks and the force oi hands aldress the frew were united in the holy bonds of Obhave that tired tcellng or sick headMiss Annie Fogle. Music is being increased. Already tho World, N. Y. matrimony by Rev. E.E. Pate. These ache can be relieveT of all these servance of the Sibbath T. J. Morgo od eflects of a revival oi confidence By class inEntertainment Arrangements have been made by English Literature of in Hartford and her future are be- Hartford College at Court Hall Wed- symptoms by taking Hood's Sarsapa ton. Music Essay Miss Mamie which we can furnish this piper aud are two popular young people, Mr. Deane being a prosperous young fart rilla, which gives nerve, mental, and 1 Ross. Vocal solo Miss Sallie Cate. ing felt. Slack water navigation will nesday evening, May 29, 1895. Wm. the New York World mer of Breckinridge county, while bodily strength and thoroughly pur Address by Dr. W. Alexander Sub- bring a great increase In trade and Foster, Jr , Instructor: all for Jj.oo a year. Tuke advantage his bride is a young lady of rare so ifies the blood. It also creates a good ject: "The Excellency of Widsom." property values in tho town and Invocation Rev. E. 15 Pate. . appetite, cures indigestion, heartburn Music. A Plea for the Leajrue Wm. of this oiler and get your own local cial attainments She has frequently county. yaper aud the Ernl M.Morton Genius and Folly. and dyspepsia. World visited in Hartford and has many Foster, Jr. Wm Foster, Jr , Pres Music. at this special rate. Miss Annie Foqle, Sec'y. friends here who unite In wishing her Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy Next week is Commencement aud Miss Mattie Bennett When the THE REPUBLICAN. a long and happy life with the man in action and sure in eflcct. 25c. Hartford will be crowded with visit- Shadows Grow Long. Music. of her choice. OWENS PINK MIXTURE T. S. Woodward "The Valiant ors from far and near to enjoy the A. D. Taylor, the photographer, Dr. V. M. Metcalf.of Hopkinsville, FOR TCCTHINa CHILDREN. We have made arrangements to treat of intellectual good things. Never Taste of Death but Once." Mu- of the Hopkinsville Independent, has left Hartford and will be absent HARMLESS. was club the Owensboro Weekly Inquiicr sic. uisd far 10 yesrs by thouisnds of Hartford College closes lis fourfor two months, after which time he with This Rbpubmcan in town Sunday and Monday. motneri, rink Mlilure litre r for only $1.75 Miss Emma A. Moseley The Posteenth year of unparalleled success fills tortlleytcnlidrtaol all will return and be better prepared per year fur the two papers and will enter upon the new year sibilities of Culture. Music. riorninecorMlloim Httlm While Home work, than ever to execute with fairer prospects than ever beOf all the flowers used on state ocA. 1. Taylor Grecian I,ore. Mu tf. To Trnclirra. fore. casions at the Executive Mansion, sic. The spedal Summer Normal are considered the most beauDoctors orsscrlba Pink Mlatura Mrs Maggie Simmons "Our Life School provides for a special TeachThe general admission to the enter became It It known la contetn tiful and eflective.and generally grace Training Course of eight weeks is Scaice the Twinkle or a. Star in no opium or othsr poisonous tainment next Tuesday night will be ers' arur, write ror circulars ire beginning June 11. the highest of the President's social God's Eternal Day." Music. Sold by sll dealers, In Reserved seats 50 cents. 35 cents Special Sura mer Rates. Hardin Craig "Mid the Groves of functions. For instance, in determinWrite for gsVf Inllnia, Hold br druggliu. 200 snoOOo Bonne, QJ everybody comeout and hear this information. ing unon the floral disnlav lor a di Duos , M the Academy to Seek for Tiuth." Cur F W.FLOYD CO., Ovsmboro, Ky plomatic dinner, Mrs Cleveland is in. , great musical treat Di wllng Green, Ky. Music 4t RoYal Powder ARS0.WTEE.Y PURE Baking Hartford Republican n formed ns to ft- - best the cousetvato-rie- s can afford for this occasion. After deciding upon thelowerto le used (as the deeomtlous nre generally all of one Kind), airs. Cleveland expresses her preference to the bej 1 gardener, who thercupoJ holds n ciisultitlon with the Stewart, wtio arranges that the flowers, the lamp shades, and the ribbons lor the table Bhall all be perfectly harmonious In casetlle insignc is chosen for a dinner, the tabic is binked and massed with them, n rn rssifn trnnf tn nlrtrvfl l, hhe plate of each fady. while n single flower is provided as a boutomilcrc for each gentleman. From "Some White Home Orchids," in Demorest's MagaIne fir June. Cyprl-pediu- UNCLE SAM'S GREENBACKS. nt 1 still There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disA SUPERSTITIOUS MAN. ease put together, and until the last incuraTIo dots Out of Hod on tho Wrong few yenrs was supposed lo be ble. Foragrest many j ears doctors, Bide. pronounced it n local disease, and prescribed local remedies, nnd by Correcting lilt Mrror Makes No Different In What Follows-Oth- er lllunilers constantly falling to cure with local Avslntt th Superstitious Code treatment, pronounced it Incurable, nil Their !Jturl Itnalls. Science has proven catarrh to be a Tho suporstitiou, man got out of constitutional disease and, therefore," bed on tho side. He had requires constitutional treatment. never knowingly committed such n Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured breach in his creed, nnd ho climbed by E. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, back and got out on tho rlghtdiand cure on the side, explaining, as he leaped to tho is the only constitutional market. It is taken internally lu carpet: "Always got out on tho right doses from 10 drops to n teaspoonful. side." It acts directly on the blood nnd muJust as he uttorcd theso words his cous surfaces of the system. They bare foot was pierced by a tack oiler one hundred dollars for any case that lay point up on tho carpot. it fails to cure. Send for circulars Tho suporslittous man went downAddress. aud testimonials. stairs. Outwardly ho was scrupu F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. lously attired. Inwardly his wardt. robe was slightly disarranged, for jSTSold by Druggist, 75c. his undershirt and ono sock were ou Kneel l'alntu tor NIInNle. wrong side out. Dut tho superstiAny kind and quantity. For prices tious man would not linvo changed this for tho world, though tho sock &c, apply to F. E. Nelson & Son; 40 4t chafed his heel and tho undershirt Hartford, Ky. becamo unbuttoned at tho throat, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and, ns a stiff northeaster was blowWorld's Pair Highest Awrd. ing, ho contracted n cold that sot him sniveling for n wholo week. "How to Ciiro nil Skill IHnrnsm " As it was a fino morning, tho suSimply apply "Swaync's Ointperstitious man walked down town ment " No internal medicine requiron his way to his office. Ho was very ed. Cures tetter, eciema, itch, all careful to trend on nil the cracks in eruptions on the face, nose, deleavitbo pavement, nnd, having missed ng the skin clear, white and healthy. ono inadvertently, went back a block Its great healing and curative powers to remedy tho error. In this way ate osse8sed by no other remedy. he missed on appointment with a big Ask your druggist for Sw.wnk's 34 iyr. real estato man, and Drown, across Ointmknt. the street, put tho deal through and earned tho commission. Dut tho su perstitious man was happy. When ho went out to luuch ho Inadvertently passed under a ladder. left-han- d -4o-4- J .1 Wanted! 200,000 feet each Onk and Hickory OWENSBQUO W11HKL CO., OwKNenono, Ky. in lumber. J 33.2m When Owensboro Leave Koller-Bcarin- YOUR HORSE AT D. T. Livery and HAYS' Teed Stable, St, mi-chin- aioTriplett Ken-turclc- y; Best feed, and all stock entrusted to his care will rcccivo careful attention. tho place 220 Trip lett St. bar-roo- m If you want first-cla- ss baled hay, call on Field & Holbrosk. They have the very best. neaiuBt busmoss failuro la ofFcctivo Advortlsomont. Tho best lnsuranco polio an If you want to reach the people with your advertisement, place it in Tim Republican, nnd everybody will eelt. dc-si- The World's Fair Tests con-victi- showed no baking powder so pure or so great In Ieav enlng power as tho Royal. . reinnle Help Wnulrtl. "Professional uurse or married lady to introduce to mothers famous teething and bowel remedy, write Floyd & Co. Owensboro Ky." 42- -jt . jj A "EQUITABLE Life Assurance SOCIETY -- Or 7XS3Z- - MITEDJSTATES. JANUARY Assets Reserve Fund (4 per ct standard) and all other Liabilities 1, i8oj. $185,044,310 W-&-1 l'orlei-tnniterl- ur. J n Surplus, Surplus, 4 per ct . . . . 37. 479.8Q. ur 3f perct Standard '3 556.73 ll Outstanding Assurance In the above Statement of Outstanding Assurance, Instatcment Policies issued during 1894, and previous thereto, have been reduced to their commuted value. New Assurance Applied for Amount Declined New Assurance . $is6,55V36 3j .436,748 written $217,115,988 t3 To-da- y "Twice-a-Week- " HENRY D. HYDE, Pres. W. ALEXANDER, A. THATCHER, Soliciting Agent, Hartford, Ky. Semi-Weekl- y n forty-eigh- nt Sroy Steam OwENBiiono, Ictandry, Ky. lleaiio-ltenrron- r, Does finest woik of any laundry in the West. No injurious ingredients used. Work all guaranteed to give satisfaction. Patrons' linen insured against fire while in the laundry. Laundry sent on TuesJay and Twlce-asWee- k returned on Saturday of each week Surmi, atrlotly easb. P. D. TWEKDDPIX, Twice-a-Wee- k Agt., Hartlnrd, Ivy. Teething Troubles first-clas- s kuiluis conducted (or MODKlttTK My eSct Is la Iht immsdUtt vicinity ef iht I'slsnlOfSct, aad my fscllltlta lor securing patents srt uniurpaued Send model, sketch or photograph cf Invention, with description andtuteuitntas lo advantage claimed than fj maaer opinion at to patintabHlfu, and my Tee tor prosecuting the application tell not eallnt for until tho "iNVenToss1 Cuius," laltnl It ullott lull Cs.vss.ta and Trade-Mark- s obulned am! sll patent m. a rv FRANKLIN H. HOUGH , U. M0 Inlbrmstloa sent fres All fornnilinl-catioConsUcreS at SlrlclfJ CaS4cnlg. r BIMSI, rse aim tin Wtf WAHJMilUTVH, J r'T '1 tl"r:ajnrtWiMiTiTil Lji..aicggtMattiBra j1 ' Si.tisMtistTtii mjsm ' - - la-a-- n ,n ,fiy ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssjasssjeMtatssje nbl .attttsajttti jm fasl V BT- - READ "THEN REFLECT COME TO FAIR BROS. CO. The leading Dry Goods House of Ohio county, lor the following goods: Theory of hftrd times and the great need of money among the manufacturers have enabled us in the last two weeks to purchaso some genuine bargains for our trade during Circuit Court. Compare our prices with what others get: Our price. and with a little more encourageber. ment from the citizens here the line You out lose nothing Judge C. W. MrmIc, Owensboro, la will be built. by subscribing, for when the road is in (own. completed you willrecelvethe amount Attorney K. II. Anderson, Owens of your subscription in tickets which boro, Is In town. will be accepted on nny of the compaRead the "ad" of the Beaver Dam ny's lines for their face value. Let Hartford people give liberally to this Summer Normal. Judge L. P. Little, Owensboro, is enterprise, and we will soon be on the road to prosperity and let the outin town this week, bar- - S;e ltd Bullington is the boss Awnrded ? -- Highest Honors-Wo- rld' Fair. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ife flfrfr&h CREAM SUMMER .. AT NORMAL BEAVER DAM, Beginning Juno 4, And Continuing Five Weeks. Call on Bullltigtou long hair trimmed. Mr. L. 1). and have that Beau lias returned from his Southern tour. Mrs.John J. Mcllenry returned from Louisville last week, Miss Henri Hammonds, was in town yesterday. Horton, You would be a great deal better looking ifyou would have Bullington to shave you. Mr. W. S. Thomas, Hawesvllle, is expected to visit his sister, Mrs. E.K. Pate, this week. i y Miss Electre Carson leaves for a two week's visit to relatives in Daviess county. - lOo for good heavy cottonado. 12o for best blue cottonado 15o for best 10 oz. cottonado.. . . ICo for heavy cotton jean V. 25c heavy wool jeans 25o for heavy turkey red tablo linen 25c for heavy wbito damask 20c for heavy white flannel Go for good shirting 7o for very best shirting 4o fur pood domestic. 1 vard wido Co for heavy domestic, 1 yard wido ;...?.. a - Other get. I2Jo )5o 18o ........ ' Mr. J. E. Dorland, Louisville, rep35o resenting the American Book Com35o pany, is in town. 30o Mrs. Jo P. Rogers died at her home 25c in Mcllenry Sunday night and was buried at Cromwell Monday. .' . .7c Mr. R. E. Cox, who has been at5c' tending school here for ten week, left for his home at Stanley yesterday. 7c Judge J. F. Carson has accepted a 5c position as night watchman at the 10c Government works on Rough River. 9c Go 20c 3Jc for heavy quilt lining 8c lor best bleached cotton . la for good calico 10c lor Cno black satlno 12Jc for lino fancy satino 20c for 30 inch cashmero all shade fancy cashmeie all 20c for all wool cashmero 30o for 35o for 30 inch woolen suiting,. 12Jo for Irish lawns all shades 15c for dotted swies 18c for good corset. : 25c for 0 spools O. N. T. 10c for silk mitfs 8c for ladies vest 25o for mens heavy drawers. . . . v 8o for mens heavy socks 8c for ladies heavy hoeo lOo lor dozen white ties lOo for dozen shell hair pins 25c lor silver belt buckle . . ; 25e yard silk bolting 50c for gents fine shirts 4O0 for wash silk for waut 25o for boys knee pant 81 for luster coats 85 lor fino sergo coat and vest GOc cottonado pants $1 lor button shoes 30-inh '... ." Bring us your Wool,Ginseng and Feathers. FAIR BROS. H&riford gemple of fashion. Fmdav, Mav h 1895. Paradise, is in Col. S. R. Dent is in town. Miss Alice Davis, town.- - Mr. W.a7 Gibson rapidly. is improving Col. Lem Mclleuij, Frankfort, bi in town. Judge Eli H. Buown, Owensboro, was in town Monday. Mr. James Miles, Paradise, called to tee us Wednesday. Miss Stella Thomas has been quite sick lor several days. Mr. L. Rogers, Select, pleasant call Wednesday. gave us a Hon. John J. Mcllenry returned from Colorado list Sunday. Mrs. Zelma Giegory is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lon Walker, Louis- ville. Mrs. J. W. Tabor, Fords vllle. Is visiting Mrs. D. M. Hocker and Mrs. Dr. J. R. Pirtle. Born to the wife of L. W. Hunt, Sulphnr Springs, on the 9th Inst , a 11 H pound boy. & ay Messrs. Henry Nail, Randal Col-liand Chas.Rogers went to Owensboro Sunday to hear Sam Jones. For Runt Or Sams: One house For further and lot in Centertown. Informations call on or address W. R. Tichenor, Point Pleasant, Ky. 43-- t Mr. and Mrs. Rolph have returned to their home in Louisville alter spending several days with Mrs. Jennie Mcllenry. Miss Isabelle McHen-r- y accompanied them as far as Heaver Dam. Mr. Geo. W. Taylor, living near Cromwell, was kicked by a horse last Saturday which bruised his leg up considerably, but he is now getting along as well as could be" expected. He is a brother of Mrs. Q. C. Shanks, of this city. Bring on your wool to the Hartford Mill. Having refurnished and refitt ed our Wool Cardin M.ichlne, we are work on prepared to do Are thankful for past short notice. patronage and hope to' merit a continuance of same. J. W.Ford & Co. first-class k- - n Miss Isabelle Mcllenry will leave 15c next Tuesday for Richmond. Ind 20c where she wllj visit for several days. .' 25c Mr. Marvin Sean, who has been .' 25o shades traveling through Kansas and Miss 50c souri with a troupe, Is at home for a 50c lew days. 20c Col. C. M.Barnett has been invited 20c to deliver the Memorial address at ' 60o Fordsville next Thursday and has acx 30o cepted the invitation. 20o Hon J. E. Rowe, of Owensboro, has 15o been engaged by the Literary Socio .40o ties of Hartford College to deliver the 15o annual address before that body on 10o next Thusday night, and we bespeak 15c for all who may attend a splendid ad...15c dress delivered in a pleasing manner. 50c Mr. Rowe is recognized as an orator 40 ol much ability and everybody should .". 75o attend. 60o Circuit Court. 75o Court opened Monday with Judge 1 50 W. T. Owen and Com'th Attorney J. 87 50" E. Rowe In attendance. A large 7oo crowd was in town. The Grand Jury was empanneled, ..81 25 the following named persons comprising same: Geo; W. Hiues, I. N.Gi'K comb, P. R. Robertson, E. G. Kirby, Alfred T. Brown, J. B. Jack, R. Lycurgus Reid, Elijah Miller, F. M. Hoover, J. R, Henry and Thos. A. Stewart, lorcman and sheriff. The gentlemen composing the Petit E. W. Lyons, Plenty of good feed at Field & Hol-- b Jury are as follows: Cyrus Rogers, J. B. Sanderlur, W. R. rook's. Moscley, W. R Chapman, J. O. Coy, Attorney W. E, Aud, Owensboro, is John Nicks, James King, J. F. Carson, in town, JabobWeller, Edwin Cooper, J. W. Try Stevens & Rial lor groceries Thomas, Eugene Maddox, S. K. Cox, John W. Field, W. L. Chamblis, Sam while in town. Bell. J. CWesterfield.Samuel French, Attorney N. T. Howard, Morgan- - J. T. Wallace, P. H. Alford, W. W. ton, is in town, Royal, Geo. M. Maddox, C. K.Reneer. Several cases on the second day Stevens & Rial, the grocers, can docket were continued. save you money. Com'th vs. Levy Allen, charged You will find the cheapest and best with malicious wounding verdict of groceries at Stevens & Rial's. the jury guilty, and fined $50. If you need a good mower call on The following cases were stricken Field & Holbrook before you buy. with leave: Com'th vs. Robert Tharu Call on Field & Holbrook next week (2 cases), Wm. Ward, Bill Boland, and see their new stock of buggies James Hall, C. A.Johnson, LIgeJew. ell, Ben Adams (a cases). and harness. Com'th vs. Cicero Bryant petit Some sneak thief ransacked Mr. F. larceny, hung jury. E. Nelson's garden last Saturday Com'th vs. Mason Carter (Shorty) night and stole about $10 worth of for selling liquor, hung jury. vegetables, &c. Com'th vs. Wes Callahan, Shanks Mr. G. A. Guenther, wife and two Brooklus, Wm. Dehart, MaxwellAsh-ly- , daughters, Louisville, arrived in same, continued. Hartford yesterday to spend the Harlan Leisure charged with house breaking failed to answer, bond forfeited and case continued. , Miss Eva Morton leaves Com'th vs. Wm. Billings, continfor Louisville to spend several weeks ued. visiting Misses Emma Haycraft and Com'th vs. Albert Maddox, con tins Maimee Spalding' ned. Mrs. Ben Burgess, living near Com'th vs. James Coflman, filed Roslne, died Wednesday morning of away with leave to reinstate. heart trouble. Dr. J. L. Llles had Com'th vsjohn Autry pleaded concalled to see her and extracted a tooth viction in former proescution and disand she died in a few minutes from missed. . the efiects. Com'th vs. J. L. Royal, continued. Com'th vs. Arms Berry, continued. Mr. A Thatcher, Morgantown, repLein Mcllenry, Hartford;A. Thatchresenting the Equitable Life Assurance Society.of New York, is in Hart- er, Morgantown, aud E. B. Anderson, ford tbls week In the interest of his Owensboro, were sworn in to practice Company. See his "ad" in another law at this bar. Com'th vs. Thad Barnard, charged column. ' NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Ohio County: I take this method of notifying you that your Taxes for the year 1895 are due, andlam COMPELLED to make a settle- ment with the State Auditor in a very short time, and will once. he compelled to lect the money at So you will call at my office at once and settle your Tax or .' you can find me or one of my deputies in the field. Yours Very Truly, C. P. Keown,S. O. C. Children Cry for The work will conslstof a thorough-ancomplete Rcviewof the Teachers Course, Pedagogy, Lectures on Teaching nnd a discussion of various queslltiiinwnjr. tions designed to elevate the standard of our profession. We Intend not onLast Saturday n horse which had ly to satlffy the wants of those preparing to passthe Teachers' Examination, been driven to the Water Mills by a but our work will be of much interest and profit to that class ol young man, whose name we failed to MOST PERFECT MADE. teachers who are earnestly desiring to meet the demands of the times for learn, broke loose and started on a run and when he reached the road going A pure Grape Creim of Tartar Powder. Free men and women of profeasloual Ideas and training. Especial attention will from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. be given to this feature of the work. out to Haytl he fell, getting badly 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. EXPENSES: Tuition for term $5. Board and furnished room per week Mr. E. C. mixed up in the harness. $2 to $2 2$. Tuition, board and furnished room for entire term in advance Sutton came to his rescue but the $15- - Tuition for part of term, $1.25 per week. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. broke away from Mr. Sutton and ran We are grateful to a generous public for past favors and will highly into a Mr, Lee's wagon, striking Mr. appreciate any kindness manifested to us. Send for circular. ' Lee, who was holding his horses, in A Largo Crowd and a Livoly the back, knocking him down and TZ. Convention. his horses begun running, throwing his wife out of the wagon and injuring her considerably. Flnallyall the IHIADI.r.T, I.OJfH A.M TAYLOR. seated horse were- - caught, and alter Pursuant to call of the County the dust had cleared away it was found that no one was seriously hurt. Committee, the Republicans of Ohio county assembled at the Court House To have perfect health you must last Saturday. The house Iras called have pure blood, and the best way to to order by Chairman GuiTy, who dehave pure blood is to take Hood's clared nominations in order for TemSarsaparllla. porary Chairman. Mr. M. S. Rag-la- ud 11 nominated E. I. Neal and Sena tor Taylor nominated D. F. Tracy. Mr. Neal was elected and made a rousing speech upon taking the chair. Sam A Anderson was elected Secretary, and Alex Barnett Assistant Secretary. E. D. GuiTy moved that a Committee of five be appointed on Resolutions; and the chair appointed the following named gentlemen: E. D. Guffy, C P. Keown, M. S Ragland, S. h. Stevens, Dr. A. F. Stanley. While the Committee was out the Convention was entertained by Dr. J. W. Jleador, Col. C. M. Barnett and Col. Shanks. The Committee reportd as follows: The Republicans of Ohio county in Mass Convention assembled do resolve as follows. col- " I, We approve the call for Convention at Louisville for June sth 1895 to nominate candidates for the various State offices to be filled at the election In November next. "2. We approve the call for the Convention at same time and place to nominate a candidate for Railroad Commissioner for this district. "3, . Weapprovethe call forthl's Con" vention. ., side world know we are living. BAKING POWDER wide-awak- e ' E. I3uTT, - Instructor Buggies, (arrieiges, Spring Wagons, Qarte' than Ever. 1 Lighter, Better and Cheaper Call and see our Itubber Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness and Saddlery Goods. . 110 & 112 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, JOHN G. DELKRR, "4, Wereafiirmourallegiancetothe principle of the Republican party as enunciated in the national platform of 1892. Nothing in This World first class like THE "4. That the delegates of this Con-venli- fc CO., Pitcher's Castorta. Divisibility olTIm-- . Napoleon, who knew the value of time, remarked that it was the quarter hours that won battles. The value of minutes has often been recognized, and any person watching a railway clerk handingTmt tickets and change during the last few minutes available must have been struck with how much could be done in those short portions of time, says Good Words. At the appointed hour the train starts and by and by Is carrying passengers at the rate of six.ty miles an hour. In a second you are carried twenty-nin- e yards. In ot a second you pass over one yard. Now, one yard is quiet an ap preciable distance, but ninth of a second is a period which can not be appreciable. Yet it Is when we come to planetary and stellar motions that the motion of the infinite divisibility of time dawns upon us in a new light. It would seem that no portion cftlme, however microscopic, is unvailable. Nature can perform prodigies, not certainly in less than no lime, but in portions of it so minute as to be altogether inconceivable. The earth re--r volves on her axis in twenty-fo- ur hours. At the equator her circum- ' The citizens of town are urgently requested to take a full basket of something to eat next Thursday when they go to Memorial services. This tneetiug Is being held bete upon the request ofllattford'scitlzens and now they should show their appreciations by having plenty of good things to eat for all who may attend. We hope that Hartford will not fall behind the former places where Memorial services have been held In the last few years. Come out, everybody. with assaulting Albert Austin, the Look over Tun RrtrucxiCAN this jury returned a verdict, fixing his fine morning and seethe merchants who at $5.00. are asking for your trade through The case against Albert Austin these columns. The constant adver- charged with the killing of Bert Bart tiser) is the man for you to patronize nard is to be tried for he never has any old goods. He llniritalm on timid ny, can't keep old goods and advertise. Taking effect May a6th the LouisHe sells out so quick he" has to reville, St. Louis & TexasRailroad will plenish his stock. sell on every Sunday rouud trip tickCol. S. R. Dent, representing the ets between all its stations ,on main United States Life Insurance Compa line at one fare for the round trip. ny, is In town this week in the inters Tickets are good on date of sale, good est of his Company. The United returning same day. This gives evStates, through Col. Dent, has more eryone an opportunity to visit one of Insurance in force in Hartford and the largest cities or spend a day with community than any other company, their frlendsalongtheline. For furthThe plan of the Company is to loan er information call on agent or admoney on their 10, 15 and ao year dress H. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A , policies alter they have been in force Louisville, Ky. three years. This being the case It The Telephone. s not only fnrnlshes insurMessrs. W. K. Boardman and E ance but will help its policy holders Droeker, Owensboro, were here Tueswhen they get into a close place, day and Wednesday in the interest of When you want good insurance, you the Cumberland Telephone Co. They you will do well to see Col. Dent and were liere soliciting subscriptions, get his plans before taking a policy. and met with good success among He will remain in town for a few our people, Hartford has long uced- days, I d connection with the outside world, to-d- ay. first-clas- ference Is 35,00 miles. Hence, in that part of the earth a person is being carried eastward at the rate ol 509 yards a becond. That Is he is moving over a yard, whose length Is conceivable, In the period of part of a second, of which we can have no conception at all. But more, the orbital motion of the earth around the sun causes the former to perform a revolution of .nearly 600,000,000 miles fn a yqar, or somewhat less than 70,000 miles an hour, which is more than 1,000 miles a minute. Here, then, our second carries us the distance of about nineteen miles. The mighty ball thus flies about a mile in a nineteenth part of a second. journed. nnd county to the Railroad District Convention be and are instructed to cast the vote of this county in said Convention as they deem be&t for the interest of the party. "6, The delegates of this county and Convention to the State Convention be and they are instructed to cast the vote of this county in said Con vention for lions. W. O. Bradley for Govemer, Hon. G.W. Long for Treas urer, W. S Taylor for Attorney General and ns to the candidates for other offices said delegates will cast the vote of this county as they deem best. "7. That the following named be and they are selected as delegates and alternate delegates from this county to both of said Conventions,-to-wlt- : Delegates E. E. Rogers, C. M. Barnett, A. F. Stanley, E. D. GuiTy, Jo B. Rogers, C S. Taylor, J. A. Smith, S. B. Bishop T. S. R. Wedding.T. J. Johnson, E. P.Neal.I. C. Adair, Perry Westerfield, W. I. RoweJ. W.Meador and D.M.Hocker. Alternates D. F. Tracy, S. A. Anderson.C. C. DennlsJ. P.Morton, W. S. Gains. D. Duncan, J. M. BIsh op.N. Barrass, J. L. Liles.S. T. Doz Barlett, D. E. Miller, R. J. Mason, A. S. Aull, V. M. Autry, J. W. King, and all other Republicans of Ohio county, Ky. M. L. Heavrin offered the' following amendment which alter was adopted: "That we heartily recommend the Hon. John W. Lewis to the Republicans of Kentucky for United State3 Senator, and In the event that the State Convention takes any action in the Senatorial race that the delegates be instructed to cast the vote of Ohio county for him." There being no other business before the body it adWill-iains, consider-discussion. . CHICAGO RECORD. It's so cheap and so good you can't afford in this day t of progress to be without it. There are other papers possibly as good, but none better, and jione just'like it. It prints all the real news of the world -t- he news you care for every day, and prints it in the shortest possible space. You can read THE CHICAGO RECORD and do a day's work too. It is an independent paper and gives all political news free from the taint of party bias. In a word it's a complete, condensed, clean, honest family newspaper, and it has the largest morning circulation in Chicago or the west 140,000 to 150,000 a day. Prof. T. J. HatfieU of the Northwestern University says: "THE CHICAGO RECORD Is so cheap as a newspaper, whether it be measured by the cost of its production or by its value to the consumer. We are talking about an American, metropolitan, daily paper of the i on these mortal shores." - comes as near being the ideal daily journal as we are for some time likely to find Sold by newsdealers everywhere, and sub- scriptions received by all postmasters. Address THE CHICAGO RECORD, 181 Madison-s- t. (3) EP. NnAi.,Ch'm'n. Sam A. Anderson, Sec'y. Capt. S. K. Cox and wife attended Oeeornllon Day Hay SOlb.lssa. At the meeting of Preston Morton Post No. 4, O. A. R. it was ordered that Memorial services be held at the Oak wood Cemetery, Hartford Ky on May the 30th. therefore It Is requested that all persons interested Foster, Jr. meet at their cemeteries in different Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, ad parts of the county and see that the dress before the Literature Societies by the Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, of graves are in proper condition for the strewing ot flowers. Please meet beOwensboro, Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Com- fore 30th, and see that the graves cf mencement, 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, Tuesday evening at8 o'clock, May a8, concert by Miss Whipple and Mr. O'Sullivan, of Louisville. Admis sion, usual prices. Wednesday at 8 o'clock, class in English Literature, in charge of W. Genrral l'roa;rnm lor Coiniiieucemtnf. 111 Neuralgia Is tbs Frajrtr ot uts Nerves For the dedication of the new Methodist Church at Greenville last Sunday aud were the gues's of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Taylor while there. Pure Blood ruins Relieved EloJ rurtfled and 4, G. A. R. May 14, 1895. Josph L. Ca mo. commander Preston Morton Post No y n Nerves Made Strong by John Adams was arrested last week by sheriiTKeown ot Mcllenry, charged with stealing a cow from George McParland. HEAD AND SHOULDERS above erery otter blood- piulfler, Discovery, Bee tbo evidence of it. It'a (old In eyory case, on Mat. It it ever fail to benefit or cur, you have your money bock. neroes Uoklen Medical Manila Doctor m scrofula; and In building up wholasoma acta, wnen youTO mm ana won meres nothing to equal tbo " DUcorery." In erery disease earned by a torpid lifer or impure blood, lt'( the only Quaranttnl remedy, Mrs. Euutnil J. UusuwAW. of SUmv, OAln, wrlteai " My lltllo boy vu to afflicted witli llrer trouble anil other disease that our family physician said be oould not live. In fact, ther all thuugbt so. 1 gave hltn Dr. i'leroo's Golden Medical Discovery and 1'elleU .mith.vuviwl hta Ufa. We h&re used the ills. mm,,' fnrthmut and tironctnal trouble, and found atieh perfect relict that we can reoouw uuaj It very bbj lily," strength, when you're and "used-up;- " in cleaning your Wood from eiery irapurv ity, whether it's a simple) eruption or the worst "run-down- In restoring your Vollfge Kole. "It gives me great pleasure to lUte Our school Is nearlng Its close and what Hood's Sarsopsrllla has done tor me our hearts arc made sad when we re Bad my wife. Bbo has been afflicted with nralgla pain In her head for lis years alize that some who leave us will nevtimes ah settled In her eyes. er, perhaps, meet with us again in and It fc totally blind and At to stay have would m n oars; room these classic halls, but wherever they for months. go, we wish them well and hope that A abort tlma ago we began the truths they have learned will evusing Hood's Sana parllla and er help them to do the right ard today, thank shun the wrong. God, she la abl A great many visitors are expected next week and we are all anticN pating spending a very pleasant time. Misses Annie Gregory.CarrieWoer-ner- , Mr.tMn.Wm.il. Jennie Palmer and Mrs. J. E. V Nunamsksr Hoskinson were present at our exerJndiouU, Aik. cises. to 'attend to her household duties. Prof. Foster took his Astronomy class out star gazing Tuesday night. which aba bad not hrnvlnnilv dona for Annie and Parkle Gregoiy, years. My own case waa somewhat siml-la- r, SalllcCate.Mrs G. B Williams, Mrs. and since taking Hood's Sarsaparllla O.M. Slniltzand Mr. C. H.l'llls the Inflammation baa left my eyes and my My health have become were pleasant callers Wednesday nervesla better than quieted.been for sT- ft baa today morning. Miss Lucy Davis, a former student ol the school, was with us Thursday, eral years. I am gaining In strength and William H. The three Societies will have a joint I feel Ilka a new man?'Arkansas. Nunamakeb, Judsonla, meeting this evening at 7:30, Hood' Pills are hand mails, and perfect Hood's Sarsaparilla Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. m "Poraroys Vermifuge" the great rem-ed- y for children and guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only sects per bottle. I'JIre! I'ilf.l lltlilnc Pilra, Svmitoms Moisture; Intense itch-in- g and bt uging;mot at nlght;worsc by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which olten bleed and Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell It ulcerate, becoming very sore. SwANa's Ointment stopstheitching and bleed; Ing, heals ulceration, and In moat cases removes the tumors. At drug-giior by mail, for so cents. Dr. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. Wr.mm Hood's 'P11 Cures KorNale. We have 700 bushels Ohio River Corn, chop and Meal for sale at 65 and 74 cents per bushel. Keg and 5 gallons Molasses for $ 1,00. JONl'3 & MOIlItHKAI), Pleasant Ridge, Ky, 43 tf 1- -. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder Mupsriar to DAriiNR. In proportion and appearance. tM per box. all otktn. aMlLIJlif'J I'M "I lijl p. liliMI ! III l.J.i'i S.I11I H.1UU4LJ-- -1 SI - .' I . iJTJULUli-- ! U y 04, fiSg - A& FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY. TH imnmiii. mini uniui' IWIInnlt Vlem. to the Mr. Clia. T. llallard Evening Post ays: With view of securing expressions Perhaps you may Scott's Emulr.ion la prominent" citlcetis from a ntmihrr babies, to round up the angles and only useful to the city mid Stile, the "hroBtshout make comely attractive, lean and angular women, the livening I'ott iHtml ome clrcu-Ittfill out hollow cheeks stop the wasting of recently embodying the following consumptive, and enrich and vitalize the blood of questions: will do all this scrofulous and ancemic persons. I. What checktil the progress of will cure will do more. Kentucky a lew years ng? 2 What is the fcieale.it drawback to erv A 6HEAT COUGH REMEDY. fatten and the think that and mmuiii;. r?r HI1 IM'Il.ltKtai.l tQ9eoaaat9O9Rt)9eooeoo9troooe9S0eesQsoBsoi)6a8M99o: "SAY BOSS! Them S S M People i S1 Won't Take This i UrW?8Qr 5oap-They- Want and the the but it It a It the State's progress. 3. How can It be ruunvei'? 4. WbateiTecl link the rhiinpetn assessment of profwrty h.id? PROOTtn QAMBLI CO, OlrlTI. the Begins Aug. 6th and ends Aug, 10th 5 Days. Last year people were nstonishod, this The grounds year they will bo amazed. have been improved, carriage drives made, hundreds of forest trees planted and over greens, and beds of blooming flowers make the place, beautiful as a lover's dream. Instead of tents there will this year be a Three story Hotel, Two story .Floral Hall, Large Poultry Building, The Grand Stand trebled in size, Office and Committee rooms, Waiting and Dressing rooms All substantial, commodious and ornate. Especial attention has been given to Ladies Industries and Poultry exhibits. An examination of the programme will show that all classes of ladies work are embraced in it. The premiums are numerous and liberal, and a $110 PACKARD ORGAN As Ellnulntt? U not Hall. A ibc GREEN RIVER COUN TRY, a County Fair, but TfJE FAIR of will bo given ior tbe best display from each county liandsoiae premium represented. A now RACE TRACK lias been made railo regulation, 50 feet wide and graded ouu inch to tbe foot. On it will be eccu Mule Race', Ladies' Bicyclo Races, Running Races, Hound Races, Men's Bicycle Race?, Trotting Races, Potato Races. Cbildrens' Bicycle Races, Tacinj; Races, The ao In all departments tbero will be novelties that all can enjoy. commodatious are of the best and the attendants will be courteous and obligiug. The Large Hotel on the ground will give comfort of home and Will bo given for the best display in tlio Floral Dinners, lunches and all seasonable the luxuries of the best restaurants. refreshments will boierved at lowest prices. In theTHEATIIRE HALLwill be given the following entertainments: With faee, ELLENDALE FAIR 5. Arc your transportation facilities sufficient? 6. Have you good country toads? if not, why not? In7. What licit Mc'ioat invite the vestment ol cnpllnl? 8 Have you nny local orgwiza-lion- s for the special purpose of making known to the public your jecullar when the ordinary cough Byrups and specifics entirely The cough that lingers after the Grip and Pneumonia will be softened and cured by the balsamic healing and strengthening influences of this beneficent namely, Scott's Emulsion of Cod-livOil and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda. Refuse substitutes. They are never as good. Scott & Bownc, New York. All Drueelsts. 50c. and St. fail. food-medicine, er Hard, Stubborn Cough fMA ' 5 w CLAIKETTE I AP ?p v timrJ gf? Sffi . llrCROcfRIES :ai.wsrai.ssSe WOOL! SMo r XH1 1J -- IsttrKUJl Everybody wants Clairctte Soap who knows the goodness of it. Try it oucc and you will refuse all other kinds, too. Solel everywhere. Aiauc only bv HE H. K. FAIROANK COMPANY, Bl'. 1AJVIB. yxv1"7i""li"i SvV advantage? 9 What Is the most needed to advance tbe agricultural interests of the State? 10 What is the outlook? published These answer will from day to day ' lly Mr. Cbnile T. ltl!atd Hvenlng Post, fays IMitT nm in receipt of jour Dear Sir--I letter asking of me "an expression ns to Ihe nu).t eflective vt.xynt promoting 1 L wcaoooooooooaeoeeoooooooaoooMooooooooooooooeooa WOOL!! rrcrlpt, .nd Mora K. wW"P-"ltr,lfil.rtalh;p- "???" ?."JPn.Ht"".".i'' d.UnWl.rfJ,lc7Jn0,n,,,, iSJ of chSXr t&S.TZZ CO' s.lII,ll5,JI7IISUrrliert,lOI)ISVIUt,T. "un,,uw,Vlii:TtR industry throughout the State" and Miggcstlnir subjects covered by list of ten que) lions Among the most prominent reasons that might be mentioned arer The frequency with whi-- h murders nre committed. The uneven adminirtnition of our criminal liws, mid the nlmo.-- t lottd IX YOUR MIND FIUS And when you want Furniture, come and look around and get acquainted. Our stock is full of good things, not expensive but moderate-priced- , yet stylish and up-to-dat- immunity nf our criminds freiUl punishment. whi:h brings ourjudicU-l- y into contempt nod pron otsi lawlessness. Without attempting to furnish you with even a partial list. I iree!y mention the nuutWrs of Abble Oliver, near Henderson, that of Dr. Frank I.. Hatred, At Harrodsburg, and otjohn L. Sindfonl, nt Covington. The accused in cveiy case being ac- IF YOU are a judge of Furniture, sented Repreo quitted. As merely one example of the tin even administration of justice take the case ol that well ti do Geiman, Weimar, who recently came to t with money in hi po'ke's wh h was Incrcifcd by the proceeds ufsoi e tobacco which he old Right in the very tdiadows of cur Temp'es of Justice, in a placewhere a foul murder had previously raitted, he is taken in by ftmc un principled Miurpets. mai'e dm: 1c and manied while in that condition to an u'.ter stranger, to say the least; and our guardians ol the p;ace hive done abolutely nothing to punish the pcr petrators of that dastardly outrage, nor tocli.se thatplace so as to prevent another ciiiuc. Is not that place a disieputable and disorderly one.? Should it not be closed? Should it be necessary to have a warrant sworn out against the proprietor of that place before it can be closed? Adverse legislation against property, manufacturers and corporations. The ridiculous and absurd assess went and taxation laws. The intellectual and moral standard ol our officials in tbe great majority of rarcs, is entirely too low. We must trust men with the management of such important afTalts as our State and cities, th t we would never for a moment entrust with our becn-com- -' fEPre3gi .... ? Allfgm. , w CAKSOIT (SStCO :ERcinaiiN6rWDH , , lUttluie. , ad time. "1 ra u- i . I ,flniiitrrrr niviwn ltmn.. f- -r ait rnn4t. l- AbiolatclrpureandwAoinoiw, (OaO.) ClakuplacoboTO tbo rtt. 2.,w.'!1,.,!aenn,c, ct Mm-ptOlTonrOroctron-- t day; I Hit it nott.u-ic-Uoo(Oiii.- ) nxonr pennies vlllnw c m rsnunj a i iioo- -iiioxii ari ui mi- -101 loir (Oral.) tbera will never be :lrhoeowhoujeQ.C. n. P. tiii ct cr irui .... "iL-JlLL-f- t... we will all the mrre likely make a customer of you. TH Y us once anyway, if only for a 25c. kitchen chair. A liHIo sometimes, marks the beginning of an extended friendship aiuf large sales. WE fill mail orders promptly and the same as if you' were here. I gift ? -- ZJUglJvjLlgLjiL?Ll" lL "i"1 "n IIS. .WOLF, 112 V, Main, Owcnsboro. reat Valde FOR LITTI.lt MONP.Y. Weekly vJews $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $150.00 ererymeoth siren away to any plies through tit for the cost rcentoiioiu th moatb precedin TKX.It.lt l.orlNYII.I.V.HT. I.OCIH WUST BOUND eltily daily. I.v U Loiiinville 6 30 p in 7 30 a m Ky. Strwt . . . 6 45 p 111 7 45 n m West foint . 7 25 p in 8 25 a m Ilnwri.I . . . 7 30 p in S 28 .1 in W.llowdale . . 7 39 1 in 8 37 a 111 Kock Haven . 7 47 p m S 45 a m Iing Iiraoch . 1 SS P m S 53 a 111 8 04 p m 0 02 a m nritnr.ciiDiirg 8 13 p m 9 II a 111 Hkron 8 21 p ni 9 19 n in Gutton . . Iivinptou . . . 8 30 p 111 9 30a in Wtrlaster . . . . 8 3 p tu 9 39 a m 8 45 p ui 9 47 a m LexHburg 8 55 p 111 9 56 a 111 l'terce Simple'. . . . 9 do pm loooara . Tuesday night, A Flay, Wednesday night, A Playy Tnureday night, Grand Ball, Friday night, A Play, Saturday night, A Play. and the Qieen River Packets give cheap The Louisville & Henderson BjaU will rates, also the L., St. L. & T. R. R. give rates from all points. meet each train at Spottsville. - IProp. EXjXjEISTID.IjB W. F. RAPIER, IF-A-II- a,n.d. STOCK! and down wiitiout bnaVinc ths paucnecra back, r, "nut-locuuce-aan,McoBwutton, and a tboBtand other tittle tbmai tlut Bot andthtMiwpIt anyonecanfindawjyofimproTing; invenuont are the ons that brinje Ui(ctt retuna u ue author. Try to think of something to intent. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Paten ttuhen nut through tntcccivespMiUtititxc In the " National Recorder, pubtithcd at Vtohfaglon, D. C , which 11 the best newapaner pubHthcd In AaMtica la the interesta of inventors. We fumuh a year', aub. acnpiion to thiajournal. free cf coat, to an our cKcarta. we also aavcrue,irecoicoit,tnrinvenrioa cacti owntn which ins our $150 priae, and hurKlreoa of thouaandl of coptea of the "National KecortIcr,M coeuimne a sketch of the wianer. and a deaaiotion of his invention. will be scattered throughout the United State, amorfg capttahsts and manufacturers, thua bnagiuf to Ihcix attentlcn the menu of the Invention. All communicarions regaided atrktly cccfiaentiiL Addrcu our clients. We ectirc and the objoet of tKu offer it to cneounge uventon t tecptxKk of tttir bright Mens. Attheiamtisicwt wuh to Upreu upon th public the Cut that IT 'S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, ftuchas tfia"cr.rindew" uhichcan betaitfytW P tlttbtilentfbr rct ne who p durivj No. S3 No. si. t A 1 twenty-p.ig- 1. .. ... journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPfiR, nnd glvea nil the general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in the country. Its Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate departments for The Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science aiid Mechanics. Its Home nnd Society columus comtnind the admiration ot wives and daughters. Its general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, brift-laand exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this nl,.,il,i journal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN lor nt fiat tiiii, YEAR 01 the wotld for a TiMe Stepllensp lit A'ltlison , Clovcrport Shops . Holt . Skilliuati We have toolmich politics and ot e enough patriotism; too much and not enough business in the For further information or programs apply to the Secretary, management of our public affairs. With gieat advantages of soil, location and climate; with most excellent transportation facilities, both by rail nnd by water, threughout the State; with unbeliev lhfct the fault is with ZZ & fire & the better class four people May 24, 1895. Friday, I believe that we are just about enWanted. To employ a lady or tering a period of great general prosgentlemen to act ns our General agent. perity and that our State and people Must be a hustler and able to furnish will get their fair share. Salary $50.00 per good references. If we punish our criminals without Address niuntk and a commission. fear or favc r; if w-- - have proper assessvrith stamps. ment and taxation laws, and if we Roours Sum.Y Co., have liberal corporation laws, all of Olive St., St. Louis, Mo 40 ini Is prepared to tlo nil kittle o this we can only have, Piovided: Doatal work at reasonable prices. The best nnd most intelligent of Cry Tor V. Ford A Co's Office over J. our citiztns will take greater inteiest Feed Store. in nominations for, and election to tffice, and if they will see that ouly If you suffer from Heartburn, Rick able, honest aud fearless candidates llAirrFoHH, Kentucky, Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion arc chosen. Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at It is vety much more important Williams &Bell Drug Store free sam-pi- e that business men should themselves it bottle of I'omroys Liver-Cutever fails to cure. take n part and an intertst in our Will draw drafts from a nice, neat Stte and 11tt1niclp.1l gnvtrment, than cozy cottage up to .1 fine two story that they should subscribe money to Don't Moj Totinreii. ill draw plans tree of pay others to do sr. How to Curb Yoursrxf Whim? hunse. Usino It. The tobacco linbit grows charge. Will innke careful eetimnttt Let them close their places ol buson a man until his nervous system is on all kinds ol buildings, and remod seriously cflectcd, imparing health, ul old houses. Motto "Live and iness etitiic'y on election days, go to and remain at the polls all day long To quit comfoit and happiness. let live." is to severe n shock to the sjb-teand their eyes will be open as to the as tobacco, to a inveterate titer, corrupt and inefficient way in which becomes a stimulant that his system our elections nre condiii ted. Yourd is u continually craves. Uaco-Cuitiuly, Cii.w T. I)au,.uu. scientific cure lor the tobneo habit Chwqioiie Ohio aixl Soutimtitern tt. "It. in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent llerlin Physician who has used it in his private practice since 1872, withOCTWCEN out a failure, purely vegetable and Wlicn Ejiby ctck, wo oto her GutorU. You guaranteed petlectly harmless. VTBen aho woa n rjhlU, aha cried tor rjutorim, can use all the tobacco you want, Vhen the booonu Mlaa, aha clone to Caatorla, AND while taking Baco Curo, it will notiWhen the bod CUlUrou, aha gave them CutorU. fy you when to stop. Weglvea written guarantee to permanently cure ,, any case with three boxes, or refund ALSO the money with 10 per cent, interest. mow AND TO Daco-Curjs not a substitute, but a CINCINNATI AND EVAHSVILLE scientific cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with no inconiN'ew Do not purchase Ticket venience. It leaves the system as NORTH, EAST, SOOTH OR WEST pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or Uutll you Imvt cooaultctl an Agent of the Sold by oil druggists, with miuikc our ironclad guarantee, ut $1.00 per one-year- , box. three boxes, (thirty days treatment.) $2.50, or sent direct upon re- r.IJUTJ'.l) TRAINS, SUNO SIX ceipt of price. twoniy-fiv- o FUU.UAN BUFPflT SUtKrRS, STAMPS FOR SAP J. It BOX, MODUIW KQUIPMKNT. liOOKLUT AND PROOFS I'RBB. liurekaQhtmilcal ft Manufacturing T. II. I.YNCH, JOHN ItCIlOU), Company, Mnmifactuiiiig Chemists, GtN. MOR. Mliy nul tin CCH.PA58.AaT. jratir al ouoa-js- iy 28 s6t. Crosse, Wisconsin. lib.rrljillata. luiviu,, kt. 1 bua-comb- 0"vjuxd.S"V"illle,IEiZ37"- JR.ODSE.lFl.T1 T- private a (Tails. JOHN WnDDERBUUN & CO., Solicitors of American and Foreign Patent, Box .185. 618 F Street, N.W., tJibr c 'thttfaftr. FREE- ry ktfirtnet Washington, D. C. Writejtreu Sorgho, U. SMITH, :E3Ly. WfiFFH! is5i KOXICE, I wiKT OTcrrtnan and woman In Iho Unltol States iiitemitrd In tLe Opistn nod AVblakr kablU to have 000 cf mj boost on theao dli cases. Address II. II. woollej, AtlnnU, Gx Box 882, and osa tvlll bo tent) on free. Hartford Republican fg DENTIST. IB rort a Tttiat, monthtj tuoscnir-Tic- i Children Pitcher's Castorla. 1 LOniSVILLE I TfHIES, ! ) ' HB M THC BRiaHTItT ND IN BUT AITCItNOON SJV. X. 3L.TJOE3. parcri THC SOUTH, K I e Mwk ui Slier Quotations. H Latc3t Market News. H Latest State News. H All the Local j p M. p Complete Press Reports. OVER DAILY. J& j Largest Circulation In the South. Hj 30,000 AND pi 50CENTsTft10NTH. IH j sti't-denl- Or, Jj.oo a Year by Mall. Jrj o ffWSSfTSfwatB JNO. A. HALDEMAN.Dua. M'4'K. M SOS roUHTH AVCNUt, H I M B LOUI0VILLE, KENTUCKY. Qj I -- . . LOUISVILLE tu MEMPHIS. , Kvery ftmilv in Ohio should eiU to WtllM'iifV Hrll, lljrt-furd- , or to the tlrux store 111 your own town aud jet a dottle of "Mbri-lineTatle Quini ic. It will eot only 25 cts nnd is the bust tiling on earth torchil Iren or nny one els who can't take bitter Qu;mue. " .c p in 1223 p m 11 18 p m 12 27 pm Stanley W'orthtngton . 11 25 p m 12 35 p in Reals . . . 11 33 p m 12 47 p Spottsville . . 11 45 p 111 12 S3 p m . . 11 33 p ni 12 59 p m BaskiUs Ar. Iletukrson 1210 am 115pm EAST BOUND ellaly elaily Nt 52 No 54 I.v Henderson . . 7 20 a tu 2 55 p 111 . , . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p Spottsville . . . 742 a in 3 16 p m 8 50 a m 3 23 p m Keatts Worthington . . 7 58 a 111 3 30 p in Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m Griffith . . . . 809 n m 3 41 p m Mattingly . , . 8 17 a in 3 47 p Owensboro . , , 8 30 a 111 4 00 p ni 8 40 a 111 4 08 p m Pdtes . . 8 55 a in 4 20 p Powers . . Waitman 905 a m 4 29 p in Lcuispoit 9 13 a 111 4 36 p Cace 9 19 a m 4 42 p m P.ilcon 9 23 a in 4 45 P "' . 9 29 u in 4 51 p in Pitrie Ilawcsvil'e . . . 9 37 a 111 4 59 p in Rklllunn . . . . 9 48 a tu 5 09 p ni tn 10 00 a m 521 Shops Cloverport . . 1005 a ni524 p j Holt 10 20 a in 5 36 p m Addison . . . 10 23 a tu 540 p tn StephcnEport . 1028 am 5 45 pin Sample . . 10 37 a in 5 52 p 111 Pierce . . . . 10 41 a m 5 57 pm I,ollt)UtjT . . io 49 a 111 6 06 p in Webster . . . 10 57 a ni 6 14 p m Irvinglon . . . 11 05 a 111 6 22 p 111 11 14 a m 6 40 p tn Gustoti likton . 22 a in 6 48 p tn nrandenburg . 11 31 a m 5 58 p in Ijmg Brunch . 11 39 a 111 7 07 p in 11 47 a ui 7 14 p in Ruck IIhvcu Wi.lnwilale . 11 53 a ui 7 21 p 111 Ho'enid 12 02 p 111 7 30 p tn West Point . 12 05 p iu 7 35 pm K 12 45 p 111 815pm Street Ar. U Louisville 1 o 11 iu 8 30 p in II C Moria r. O P A Louisville, Ky- Griffith 11 14 111 s 111 111 . . 9 43 . . 9 54 11 . 10 02 11 Falcon . . . . 10 07 11 Caycc . . . . 10 12 11 11 LevTisport . . 10 18 11 Wnitmnii . . 10 25 1 1 Powers 10 35 Patea . . . . 10 48 i in 1 1 Owcnsboro . . 10 59 p m 12 Mattingly . . 11 09 p in 12 18 . . . . . 9 14 9 17 . . 9 2S . . 9 31 909pm 1009am p m pm p m p m p iu p m p 111 nm pm p m p m p 111 10 10 10 10 10 Haucsvillc I'ctric . . . ... a 20 a 33 a 37 a 50 a 02 a 09 a 15 a 19 a 25 a 33 a 43 a 56 a 06 p 14 ui m ONE m m m iu m 111 The regular subscription for the two papers is $2 25. Subsclption may begin nt any time. Address alt orders to in tu in in UALITPORD REPUBLICAN, Write your name and address on a tiostal caid, send it to Geo. W. Best, m Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of TH E NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. 111 ... ... pm ..... ... 111 'lothtr cpirtcs, leaves a Inrnorte habit conn Ask niirilrittnrUt traded. about BACOCURO. It is juiely vegetable. You do not have to stop using tobac-- 0 Ti'h It will notny you when to btou and your Uebite lor tobacco will cease. Your sys tem will be ns free from nicotine ns the clay before you took your first chew or smoke. An iron-clawritten guaratee to absolutely cute the tobacco habit in alt its forms, or money relunded. Price $1 00 per box or 3 boxes (30 days treatment and guaranteed cute.) for $2 50 For sale by all druggist or will be sent by mail upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO CENT DONT STOP IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY and elon't be .mposed upon by buying a teniedy that requites you to do so; as it Is nothing more thnn a substitute. Ln thesud-de- n f tunulant. nnd in uioet all caies. the cflect '( f the btimulant, be it opium, moinhine or stoppage of tobacco you must flavc some TOBACCO Office BACO-CUK- STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. 111 .... Eureka Chemical & M'i'g Co., La Cross, Wis. ol THE PIONEER PRESS COP.MANY. C. W. HORNiCKSupt. Booklets and proofs Iree. . . Eureka Chemical and M'f tg Co.. La Cross, Wis. Dear sirs I have been a tobacco fiend lor many years, and during the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every tiny. My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me I must give up the use ot tobacco for the time being, at least. I tried the various other reraedles.but without "Kecley Cure," " success, until I accidentally learned of your Three weeks ago I commenced using your preparation, and I consider myself completely cured; I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobacco, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has completely left me. I consider your "Baco-Curo- " simply wonderful, asd can fully recommend t. C. W. Hornick. Yours very truly, "Baco-Curo.to-d- ay St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1894. 1 1 -- oMg . 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