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Pay up and yonr In Advanoe ntul wo one will send you Tho Loulsvlllo VVoekly Commorolal ono yoar froo. Subscribe at onao. TI13 HAVE YOU PAID Will show how you THIS TAG Cflrcfiil sonable. Itstltnalcs tunde on nil mid lhilhlltig. Tortus reaHnrtford, Ky. I VOL. VII. HARTFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1895. JIY OOUIIAIII. NO. 44. K- - IV E Ilk , 111 PROFESSIONAL OARD. On bne occasion the ing adventures. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latett U.S. Gov't Report nnclent trnnip fell Into a hole filled ILiTrmLiE, There's memory growing deeper with mud and waUr. .Kipling wntc' -TAs Hit rutltlcs years k 'y pulled him a few inlnittei 'and then Of n silent, imuieleis sleeper ed him our. nnd tlo victim sail, OWIiNSKOnO, KY. Whi wits not Afraid to rile. "Thnnk you," whlrfi was n lon Vt ill Ami his martyred lawsMttea ever pruoitca hiii prolettinti In Daviess His fragments i.f Thtougli the Bloom that wraps the spetch for liitn. nml HiljiiinitiK ijtntiitifH, Sjict'iul nl &SS?Z25tQ fflT trmisers were hopelessly fouled, nml & toiitinti given to ciilltclimis, OHice, dentil cannot dissever he took Jltilik of ConiiDfliue Building. to Kipling's nstouUhment That iHltle wedded th--I them Off Kipling's amotion became Jll. H. fllcilll, J. SI. It. Hrlilnir, No sword his hand was waving, amazement, mixed with admiration, No strnp his shritldcr graced. GLENN & WEDDING,' X (lomt NriviniT. whn he saw his companion clad In a person or perrons Sec. Arty When his strong soul wji bmvlug A good ncwapaper is the best pr sound pair which he liad worn conwho (.li.dl plnre or c. use to be placed The cotilltct.s fiery wnstfl a county can have lor the mnnty In cealed. Tills aflorded Kipling ground Out he clutched Ills musket tightly, d nnv of the running waters HARTFORD, KY. It costs We do riot ty this timp'y Ami his btonct glinted hrightly, for reflection. Had tlp other inheritai In ftction 1S98, nny druir, (UIBce, ovrr a denon'e rttuar.) bcantise we publish a paper. We will Ami his loot was firm nml sprightly. ed that second pair ol trousers? No injurious Hitatance, medicate bait, Will practice their profession in ah As the line went on swllt-pice- d. Castoria is Dr. Samuel ritelicr'H prescription for Infants prove it. A new Fpaper gives aid in Ceftnin qualities in their apperrnuce ornnydymmite or other explosive the courts of Ohio and adjoining counOpium, aibrnlilno nor some Wdv to every kind of bits in ess nnd.Chlldrcn. It contains neither When the sulphurous smoke-cloudtorbadc ascribing t5 tfiein great ties, and court of Appeals. . Special to injure, poisIs n harmless mibstttuto nnd public endeavor. Ifameichant agent, with intention drilled other Narcotic substance. Had he stqlcn them? DisAlso on or catch fish, shall bo guilty of a attention given collections. Along the sttickeu field, OH. Notary Publio for Ohio county. for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing- Syrups, nnil Castor What If he, Kipling, begins to sell out his goods at an es- misdemeanor, mal thoughtl nnd nn conviction I)y luminous breathings lifted, pecially low rate lie announces it Is Pleasant. Its guarautco Is thirty years' uso by should be robbedl As thunderous voices pealed thereof shall be fined not Its than through the newspapers and the subMillions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms nnd allays Where death was winged with light-tfln-- ft.. KIPLING ASTONISHED. $50 nor more that) $100 for each ofscriber saves enough in his purchase fcvcrlshncss. Cnstorin, prevents vomiting Sour Curd, Once Kipling" complained that he fense and cost of prosecution. Wits sped with tumult frightening, as n tesult of that one announcement e . cures Dlarrhaia and Wind Colic. Cnstorin, relieves was having a great deal ol trouble WV3 pent with horrors heightening, to for his paper for one year. If The editors ol country uowspnpcrs with his feet. His sententious com- youpiy teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Forward the good line reeled. want to buy goo Is at anytime are often blqmed with partiality lu panion replied: "You would have a Cnstorin, nsslmltatcs tho food, regulates tho stomach .iiAirrrniii), ky. They trembled but, undaunted, your newspaper tells 3'ou the name of their notices of churches social gatherCas-tor- la great deal more without them." Wilt practice his profession in Olile nnd bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Held on that pitiless way; the merchant that has them for sale ings and families. When the fact is Finally the tramp reached Sin ami adjoining counties, nnd court of Up to the guns they flaunted Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. The merchant who docs not advertise the parties who are most interested Their tattered flags that day. Anpcals. Special attention given t- Francisco. Kipling hailed It as his must necessarily have an old stock of are the only ones to lilnmc. The av- collections. Office cast side ot pur.'i'i Hut where the swath was deadly, Mecca. His companion ratde no Castoria. Castoria. In that raging, roaring medley, goods nnd out of date and shelf worn. ernge country newspapers docs not square. comments. Kipling wished to seek "Caitorla I. aowcll adapted to children that "Caitorla It on excellent medicine for chilHis blue nil spotted redley, This is true because he does not push possess a sufficient lorcc of reporters recommend It a. .uperlor to any preaerlptloa embar-- i dren. Mother, h.vc lepealrdly told me of It. I friends at once, but he was My own brave comrade lay. business nml hutry his stock to to send one to every chinch service In M. h. Hkavkin. known to me." good effect upon their children." SiifcLiiv Taylor. He hardly his rassed by his companion. II. A. Aacmta, it. D, tta. O. C Osgood, II a the range ol his circulation No praise for him Is given and it and sale and teplace it with new. lit Bo. Oxlord Bt., Drooklyn, N, Y. wished to present him to others, Lowell, Mtn. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, On a granite proud and high, man comes into the community to must needs depend ou some to send jn he could not suddenly desert him. Who could not be a craven, "CaitorU It the bet remedy for children of " Our physicians In the cblldren'a depart' buy nheat or (arms, the farmer who the news. w htth I am acquainted. I hope the day 1. not ment have apoken highly of their experiWho did not lear to diel So Kipling inquired of him his destihas these for sale learns of It through far distant when inethera will con.ldcr the ence In their ouUlde practice with Caitorla, His sleep is with that hundred nation. "The wharf," was the ansla and although we only have among our HARTFORD, KY. real Interest of their children, and u.e Caitoi the newspaper. If aconfidence game Who fell where volloys thundered, SWEDEN'S CnOVVN. wer. As that was but a little out of of the rarloua quick noatruma which medical auppllee what la known at regular luitead Will practice lliier profession'in all While the nation wept and wondered or swindling peddler attempts tb deare dcelroylnit their lored onea, by forcing product., yet we are free to confeaa that the Kipliug's way, he accompanied his Tim NoMllly Look Down Upon Ita Pretrnt the Courts ot Ohio nml adjoining And none recal but I. opium, morphine, soothing ayrup and other merit, of Ca.loria ha. won ut to look with fraud the people, the newspaper Wearer. fellow ttaveler to satisfy, his concounties, nnd in the Court ot Apdown their throat., thereby favor upon it" hurtful him and runs him out. It there years grow older, King Oscar' appeal to tho Stvcdlth peals. Yet as the .ending than to premature grave. " Special attention given to science. United Hosktai. and Disrxxunr, peoplo to worthily oelobrnte in Docem-bef- r though the name. 1'orgotten is n crime committed or a fraud being DR. J. F. KINCIIELOB, notion, Uau. Office, next door to Arriving at the whaif, they found a anniversary collections. noxt tho brighter grow, and bolder, Shall Conway, Ark. Allkm C Bum!, Prtl. practised the newspaper is the first to Bauk of Hnrlfoid. of tho birth of King Quetuvus Atlolphus, very neat boat waiting and half a The record ol his fame. City. fetrtt it out and expose It and thus it the rroat hero hing of Sweden and ono The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York What though a taidy payment dozen sailors lounging about, who prevents more crime than the officers of tho first and ktrongost champions ot Ye grudge the martyr claiment? Perry Westerficld, sprang up a nd saluted respectfully at of according to tho His soul in shinning raiment the law. If n revival is started Protestantism, has, tho Chicago Record, had effect of call-in- ) sight of the ancient tramp. Kipling Its heritage shall claiml . the newspaper spreads the good story to mind tlio fact that there Is cot a, was astonished, nor' was his emotion American Tribune. aud aids in bringing in the multidrop of tho blood of that monarch in and tatlessened when his taciturn Beaver Dam, Ky. tudes, If a railroad is to be built the tho veins of the present roijrnlng famKIPLING ONCE A TRAMP. tered wanderer stepped Into the boati ily, excepting in those of tho crown first place the promoter visits is the princess, and, through her. In thco of E. D. OIltTY. seated himself, nodded to Kipling, B. D. UINUO newspaper office. If a political cam Iter children, duke- of Scanl, duke of and said "Shove off." YE BUCKS A Story "Which tho Famous paign comes up the people look to Sundermanlc and tho dnlie of Westtnan-lanbolt The men bent to For tbe mother of the present the newspaper for guidance in Author told of an Inter-- , sped swiftly awaytheiroars.the from the gaping grand duke of linden father of tho even the high duty of voting. crown princcas of Sweden wan a estlng Experience in Kipling, who stood and stared at it If a new Will practice in all courts of Ohio kind of cattle or horses or daughter of that prince ot Vnsn who JCURES NOTHING BUT PILES. remarkably handuntil it reached a Southern Califorcounties, .Superior died toward the ond of the fifties and and adjoining chlrkens or pitatoes or corn has prov some yacht that lay at anchor in the was the last nia. A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE ed apeeial value thepeople learn of whoVubo dynasty. male descendant of Court and Court of Appeals. Coltho harbor nnd there remained. lections and all legal business attendknown for 13 yonrs as tho it through the newspapers. If n This I'rlnco Vasa was tho only son of ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. I BEST REMEDY for PILES. Kipling shook himself, like Samson school is Rudyard KipHng, during his first started the principal burden King Gustavus IV., who was deposed HOr.I II Y AI.I. MKUOOISTS. .' visit to California, was the hero of a of old, and sought his friends, from is on the papers for carrying the en- by his subjects and driven into exile, rrrt.nl trliaiAIISCH XIB Cl. ST.M3I3. R. R. WEDDING tale which he has never written. I whom he learned that he had made terprise through. In fact no subject tho froneml lmprcselon bointr that ho was insaue.hls mental faculties wreaked his impecunious journey alongside of of can vouch or the truth of the advenreal public concern can exist with-- , VMpAvMvAvftvfevAvrV by the terriblo assassination of his ture, for It was told me by Kipling a man whose private yacht is one of out the newspapers. And it is often father by Count Anlcerstrom at a bnll the most luxurious ever seen in the valued to a comm,unity not by rrlven In himself. IJaiutord, Ky. what deposition the royal palace. After his the Swedes called his undo bay, but who enjoys an occasional He found himself In I.ower CaliforWill practice his profession in all publishes but what it refuses to it to reign over them, and as the latter tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining C!sHSESwus 'xSLig, k How that happened walking tour. Kipling does not nia penniless. publish. His not too much to say was childless ami there was no other Also Notary Public dwelt with New York World. he did not tell me, but he Vasa prlnco wive the deposed king nnd counties. that he whodoe3 not read newjpipers Office, room 20, Hartford House. his son, they proceeded to eloet French emphasis on the faetol his entire povand an ig9100 ltewnrl,8!00. is set down as a bloekhe-tField Marshal Ilernadotte, of peasant erty. In what manner to gain relief The readers of this papef will be norant dullard whenever he atteni 1 birth and married to the daughter of he did not know. Whether or not he pleased to learn that there is at least to couverse with his neighbor. Take n French stock brokor, as crown prlnco. was to beg, the sequel will.but hecer-tainl- y one dreaded disease that science has newspapers out of this country and It is he who- was tho grandfather of tho prewjntUlng. While he rumi- been able to cufe In all its stages and all kinds of business will be in condid not did. It may bo added that tho Swedish nated on his misfortunes and schemed that is Catarrh. Hall's CatairhCure fusion in five years and the profit of nobility, which Is vory proud and has remedy, he came upon a fellow Is the only positivecure known to the all lessened more, than ten per cent for a means so much more than an immense Idea of Us own Importance Hartford, Ky. and lineage, looks down upon King The second victim was of medical fraternity. Catarrh being a annually sufferer. imii imnmnicinniii: nnn his profeceion in U Ex. JUSTA8CCOD F0RADULT3. his WILL practice IS Oscar as u parvenu, and attends venerable years, uncouch and wretchcourts of Ohio aud adjoining constitutional disease, requires a confatal diseases result from PRICE OOcts, more or less evident court with WARRANTED. counties and Court oi Appeals. Speced In appearance, and altogether stitutional treatment. Hall's Catirth OH.ATIA. Iiis., Not. 18, WM. They btill revcro tho memEver now and then collctions are trifling ailments neglected. wattention rarlt Medietas Co., Nilnouia, mo. "TO bottle, of Misery loves comwithout money. diCure is taken intermlly, acting We Utt rear. taken for foreign missions, yet right ory of tho Vasa Icings, and thcro is ial Office overgiven to collections. Don't play with Nature's fliAtnMI TAarul.HhH CIIII.L TONIC ami bar Carson & Co. scarcely ono of them who, whon trav. .. ..- . : t.t.l, pany, and Kipling associated himself rectly upon the blood and mucous in our land are mothers with children ImMbllkrr aiuaa atraaUr UInlarar. txialnau.,'. greatest gift health. eling through Germany, does not malto hare Jl year., In gave dru with the stranger. They planned surface of the system, thereby de- unable to attend Church or Sunday article, that unlvenal atl iucb never aot an npolntof onlllngnt Rrosdcn to pay his If ou are feelinc; xoura trulr, AMUoa a, your Tunis. nnd finally determined totramp stroying the foundation of the disease, School for want of clothing, and sick or her rcspeots to Queen Carol a of out of lorti.wei AI).tJV.na caw biiu ttnr4lly to San Francisco, where Kipling had and giving the patient strength by children for need of medicines that Sexony, now th6 only surviving dnugh-o- f titrvoui. or sale by Wllllnma Hr ll.llnrtrori. hav no appetite tho last I'rlnco Vasa. .resoures. building up the constitution nnd as- parents cannot buy. Would It not be nd can't work, HARTFORD, KY. vtgm ai onccias a. They started on foot to travel the sisting nature in doing its work. better to use some of the . money we TO PREVENT FIRES. litfCthmottrelia- - S The Lex! tie atrctifthtnlncX two hundred miles, slept In barns or The proprietors have so much faith send to foreign lands in buying the Orflclal Caretatcere and Local Ilnanelal Will practice his profession in tk mtdlcinv.vrhlcli la S courts of Ohio and adjoining counties lteapoutlblllty Necessary. Biown'a IronIn open fields beneath a friendly In its curatsvc powers, that they of necessaries ot life for those nearer lra. A Uw bot- - Jf Peoplo who livo among our forests Careful attention given to all business They murmured indistinct fer One Hundred Dollars for any case home? A gentleman who Ins traveled Business College, hedge. tlM cure beneftt y so often, whllo no entrusted to him, Office in Repubcome from the have ) Spanish at Greasers' doois, seeking a that it fails to cure. Send for list of n the so called ' 'heathen lands" says effort sean them burnnscortaln tho cause lican Building. (INOOftPORATIO vary firtt dose ilL flShJfty , was made to fM' stain 0r JT crust of bread. They pilfered from testimonials. Uttk, and H't he had been In countries where the or punish tho carolcssnoss or criminalpi enact to take. ity of the incendiary, that they havo friendly Iront trees, they did without o- - aye. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., bells ring for pray erTTive times a day, , , .. l .. naturally oonio to consider forest propt. -- iiic ...r.1.n a an inc luxuries utcar uausuuicui mc Toledo, O. and business men rush out of their erty In a class by Itself, with no right f supposed necessities. Their one lux- - tarSold by Dttigglsts, 75c. 44-stores to the churches, leaving their to protection against lire, liko a dwell-Int- r Kidney and Liver DvsneDsla. house or other properly. Not un uiy waa oicucijr. stores alone audunlocked, arid nobody HARTFORD, KY. Neuralgia, . Troubles, Tliet.lnr. I til those views aro radically changed, Will Kipling descanted on the generally ' , practice his profession in all th 'Constipation, Dad Blood The liar whom the editor hates the ever has a thing stolen. But we must says Garden and Forost, nnd It s ap' obnoxious nature of their undertak-- I preciated that a forest (ire, from its courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties. malaria, Nervous aliments worst of all is the man who when remember thatthosepeoplcare heathlog and upbraid the evil necessity dunned Is tho worst possi-bl- o Careful attention will bo given to Women's complaints. for n year's subscription, says en." Take in this country, where we riosslble magnitude. Col entrusted to his care. lire, will legislation bo of substanthat hnd converted him Into a tramp. Cet only tbe ceiulnelt bat rrotsed red ' he only received two or three send missionaries to ths "heathen," 9 llnea on th vrr.pper. All othert are tab-- ' ' I He dwelt at length on the painful con that tial value What such legislation lections a specialty. Office with the I atltutea. On recettit or two ac attmp. ve aud a man who goes out to attend should bo In Its essonco Is well set county copies during the year, refutes to pay Attorney. Also Notary Publio of f ulll .end t.tanu Ten Deautllul World'.' trast afforded by his present position prayer would lock both ends of his forth In a clrculur to lumbermen preuooa iree. rair vicwa . Clarkvllle Graphic. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, HO. 11. 1. Fcrnow and sont out by with which he had to the luxuries by r cr. Xj. Next to, it not above this one, the store, tie his clerks hands behind him pareddepartment of agriculture. An UAVl.'SfAvAvtt tho been surrounded In other and happier -editor hates a liar who tikes the pa- and have a policeman to wat;h the oflloient law will aBsumo that organ'ia' stealthy ?X.'i?,..,riAoenl3.$75 tours. He described the per seven or eight years, when finally store, and another man to watch'the ized maohlnery must bo provided to wtk KxelMW urrlury Tk sways of tbe hourdah as the elephant policeman. Besides the man who mako It effective, and, alnce tho dam-agKapU rbfcWMhor. H MhMtlill GREENVILLE, KY. cornered for settlement, says he nev niatt. bore him through the jungle and he At x (wily dono by forest fires oxtends boyond KttJi4, tlaM Pike owned the store wphldn't go tp prayer ordered, tha paper at all mero private and personal loss, tho Will practice his profession in alUhe ricochet of the lurching BUtlDliMI ers either. Let's look after the needy state must bo represented by some ono courts f Muhlenberg and adjoining THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, rh 'fct Ilritki,, tkMll.hl U. told of the up. But his companion County post. lbrii. (IbHiuettit WbA IKt ntale A. il. Culltgt.) MtJ4 camel's hu ftn4 bfrft.t wlTrt, KMIICSSftDaiW But the wort liar of all Is the man ones at home first, and then if we empowered to oignnizo a flro service. counties. Special atteution will be BifI Ilio KoT; He IltaltNt Olllelal Mudoraeiiirnt. 1'iTatdeut N.n.kBdIaliat.MamJB. Chr stid never a word of complaint. Responsibility for the exceution ot tho given to collections aud all buiiueti Cumuouviealtli, llurmnr ot tha Collfirn. ouil tbo (.rerelurr amt K'Mw1n tIarthU.Wftrfaite-who takes the paper several years, have any money left, send it to the law must rest upon this oxccuUvo '' ' tit ilia ul. entrusted to his care. tktk . It, C.Umty. K accepted stolidy all the vicissitudes of ul ilia Hauurlir Tru.t and battty IT. P.lIAUltIRONCO Spectator. Columbia "heathen." Treuaueer head, nnd facilities for prosecuting ofVault to "J('!,,, Ita tllploaima. He bowed Humbly moves away without paylngor saying If It. armr ot lucerMrul of their ccurse. llBaMUlMB'V CI II fenders inuit Iks at his command. anything about it, nun says he is an atudwaia. WhlWH 4f il trleaagnri't-aiuunuiwavi 3ME3-A.I- 1, when cursed in Spanish patois of a 3E3. iit ot tlia iiiii.nnd. ot ildtlurMfNraannum. IrMllnt pro Round trip summer rates to Crit- Nothing like any voluntary scrvleo enn 1 honest man. Elsberry Advance. tlBfiiRtMCKa. (Cbaniy Attorney) iMaionoTand lunlnaw uian whu are ll Irtand; lordly Greas;r, He suffered without Cerulean be trusted. Ofllclula must be paid and Springs Nielitot or nrlunl, ninrllral Ami pairona. Brethren, you fall shortof the truth. tenden must be held responsible for cure In ONI! GIVBS HltMItP. uiMr' Ii.i.laaatt in.irill'11411 UU III rebuke the gibes of the haughty mi ili.n.iual Ihvnm olhrr Itlan, IA 'nl. mks The biggest liar of the lot is the edi- Springs $4 3o,Grayson Springs, $2 10 performing their duties and obedience liATfWr AMI) HlUllrMT AU'.lUDfl, "All He contemplated without reDawson Springs, $2 So on sale till tp reguluWQim. This point cannot bo the Urut I'rrnilamt.dnlit a rt Hroiiae Mmiaitaiui tor who publishes the obituary of HARTFORD, KY. Illnlninat, ate ,' at tlio liileriinllnunl nlil YOU GQ TO 0WENSB0R0 mark the open advance oi his toes ot Sept. jatlt, good 40 days from date of Insisted upon too strongly. Protection a.irdnl ilia Wliilar Mliualllnli. In tbli Col'iiw llrail WHEN uKl so si- these aforesaid liars and Imitates that sale. Will prnctico his profession in tha Iluak'Kervlns CALL ON against fires will cost monoy, und this Irom out his boots. So meek, IP ieat pruetlcal r lluilaau IwiHirtiHsnt. xpertniTountani, Ply have gone to heaven, ro ni txierifnvaA'bu"kkfei fact must be recognised at tho outset. Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn lent, so phlegmatic was his manner they On Friday and Saturday of each Again, the eoaimon interest In tho proties. Special attention given to col I.VJIHI.VV ItXIMMlTION t".", Auurlran H. to look upon him mouth Independent. that Kipling came liei, anit lam il Hhortlmnd," uutui in tht. week until further notice tickets will tection of property inus bo rccognlied lections. OHjce in Courtiioute. tha lllnliwt Ikliiurapiiirnt 1) In tbe World with contempt, as one who, unknowiiartiiiriit inn oi tin- - bead ol eqr ttliurlh na Taylor, the photographer, be on sale to Grayson Springs at by creating flnauelul liability for its A. D. lu conn r.iwrlrr). (rnoi Ilia uutbora i( tbla k),tum. For the finetland Mott Artietie Work, ing nny better fortune, humbly ac- has left Hartford and will be absent $1 25 good to return only on trains enforcement on tlu part of the comMunerliileiKleiU orour Telrvntpli Nrlrm Irnnt NlL'llL any u or ityle. Frcdctea St, , iivxm Hull .ta nnda.d...latl .i,tbrliihia IIIHt at ml munity and Its members that Is, each indifference, for two months, after which time he VaT.i cepted the worst with leaving the Springs Sunday night or county, for example, must bo obliged (ipmt'r t" f'Mot Train IM.patchfr. v.Ub the 3rdand4Ui. Gm37 llowtr, he was some one to talk to, iiitraiii mrTico. r.iiiiuwH u t Uriri will return and be better prepared Monday morning following date of to pay into the state treasury a certain limifAt H..!nteueri. nuH'riuieimrnip, i in an and for that reason Kipling loved him miv uutl tPttsfinpli cunipAnlc. an) A li sum of money for ovary aoro burned work, sale, than ever to execute H. MiiiUUCK, il In l!io Wurld owning and Tim on just then. ,. I . ltlllllBV HVHtetm lOT tllV over oueh year, as a flro lndomnlty UpAMtltl 4 thrill- - tf. ir im The twain had no especially ruaunviM m gu miivv m ' -i.A i i. puri'tw fund, to be applied to tho malntananoo ariin.1 liAttillil ' nrvotli'wl HlKTAtOfH A I'rutrcl llicl'lih. II tha system and for the payment ot lli'lNIIIVint'M iN.ftnurrioN in u ' Ma, Ifl a4 ak..aa.f tj XVorU. and to of In order to protect the fish Tin llev. HmuNinnll Orl Into Court. damages to thuae whose property has ritflMflrTtiiatir iidun.. i'enmanaliln. llmlnrw PorrftRuondeiirc. ijihv, umoierclul IT'S A MILLSTONE Mr. Sam Small, once n partner of warn the law breakers we publish the been burued without neglect on their I atlrimalin inn Tlti.K . ";"A"v'V'.v: v V young Sam Jones, like the Rev. Lansing of fish law with the request that all will own part. wHr unuiiihiiv m... About a Co i"t.ii mmvrnmtt be man's neck A law baaed on such principles is ytitok&&& will Mvn ynn innnFjr rllr Boston who attacked Mr. Cleveland respect the law and if any psraou now in foroe In Maine, nnd tho peoplo mammtmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmamammammrmBmmtmmmKt sufferer from fef Injrtruriiona. HTH.UVU,uu uiiarnuiro J " Ultma-aihaustion, iter, and then made In abject apology, our CWItf l M ri'iirenUd, the. law to sec that they nre of that slate an proving that It can bo breaks nmw "t voui debility, Impair-a- d mret tho iiwiiM, vreoted ind furtilaliftl Hrni. tu nf Inatrue- memory, low write articles about people that gets promptly punished. The law If as muda effective. roaHlrittW.i.a of our nrwilral ayaleni eptrlte, irritable I.IKn intmlHirr tlutl. Ilirit.ir IKCUI. KltTll-lwIHi miywww Pictures U fret Style and Sit), imr Tin TMiuaiion, aud th thouund him into hot water. We quote from follows: itrrei MtBinii IliikluewNlurittMt nml iiuiiuihc HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ittrteir luiieve amlonetleranRementa netting or ,M thikNlllltlla Sec. 1898. Seining, Pictures Copied and Enlarged the Hancock Clarion: w ot mind and body Is prepared to do any and all kinehi "Rev. Sam Simll was managing trapping prohibited penalty. That A BPECIALTY, f.ranii rfUPir yjlf HlllVa "ftp t " that rwtult from, ifcf TU etniwa," tb 1.M ttme," or (or unnatural, perolclou " "IWIHT, Prices most thofoua'i Norfork' (Va.) Pilot for It shull be unlawful for nny person or of Dental Operations. PUSf. 108J Main Street. nwipjejp mnny tie., than .. lakea tf19autii ctalma. bablu, oontraoted elitorofthe HUHMICSS, Z.V..i'.a.ll QWENtiBORO, KY Office over Willlasss Ac llJlinro MWlttfue trc Vt OwW reasonable. Ignorance, six months, through All of this tlnte he kept persons to catch or destroy fish In any KTienc arte oTHins but r: r 's-- i. iwy,y,Rv rjuchbablta nwult In V V AJJrt.i Bell's Drug Store. V.w-lota et manly power, theniner in hot water, aud made of the running waters, lakesor ponds, QWEHSPIHK MIXTURE in pre-- ciurKea wreck the constitution and the American nook other than private ponds of this State, Is tka net ittmadT aU reiJlf 1W M """''"' duco aoftening of the brain, eplleiwy, pa- iMtfcwf Cfcil'lla llst cwaiUiii HO UrUlt--l r tit ELECTRIC TELEPHONE n4 ana even ureau lnaanltr. by means of seine, not other than 11 Co., nnd the State Sunt, of Virglnlt, tail fclM, lusirMttM! iu fUv tViuitril. ' iieuisi HUnW ruietiai lawaai Larg8 VAitutry, Latijst Styles, ami, and rtwtore tuoh un To ruu.li, WKT a, Itf Otis! dlp.net, drag or trap, ,cice,pt streams lerytoly tp know that Groves to bc<b and bapplnw. U the which he could notsustaio.and which fortunatca At Factory I'mces. 28c. .a QQo. Qottieswritten In tbe ptibllthcrs of a Jvra, Writ tfrtuj fr cJraoUn Tastless Chill Tonic Is guarantreU to Best qual. .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll olm ofbut chaste lancuage, boolf tbe nature, resulted in a $50,003 libel sttlt. He forming the boundary between this 1(4 l4UWalUi UMf on plain veil la maks from S3 lu t30 Mr alar. ani other States. Any one thus of-- j , , . .'oi; ii On la a nl4ane laaaai a aala k all taa r. w novo co., Cure Chills nnd fever, Lagrlppe Dad uoju nuii lymntonu ana curauiuty, uy nome ireav- - Is sued in two other Ipstances for n.iahlxirv ilsa tn.tmico v note,.. wwka WINMClUQa UT. Tbts book will te ment, of ucb dlaooae conviction, be Colds & c, or your money will be Flnest embossed Taper! sc to 30 perU'll ot Si.oooeach on account of attacking' fending .shall, upon ent ""H " lluln envelopy, on 1J. R. DASSETT. n nuira In atanina. for noataca. Address. wife. What are fined in a sum not less than $25 for .rmii. nreaelier's Klunded lu every Instance. Sold by rS.U.YV.um Fourth Ave.Lotilsvlle.Ky. llamal.!. I lima, HuTfun A CoAmoa.,iBk,f. ?'"', 6ia Worhll n. .. ...r-- . Modlcol Association. Vt, P. ,Cr 10. ColuBtiulj S, .:.... Dteneruarr each offense and cost of prosecution, some preachers fit for, anyhow?" William & Bell, Jjattfoid Ky. lioj juaia at, iiunaio, ,Y. BigrSend 6 cts lu stamps for samples. What 5s IL row am !)'. akiisg LAWYER, 7 -- W 2US&OTEKff St3fSE y deslg-tip.tr- LAWYERS, A 1 s It - It g. ,' James Smith., jJT fTTBSIY Af -- KllorneysatLaw ex-pa- Attorney at Lav. iTABLER'S' - OINTMENT exsr-cisin- g attorneys gt aw, - fin TASTELESS Poor H isa " Attorney at Law, u u Health W. II. BjrmitfES - -- ,iju,. 1 - lrtn'et Jo. B. ROGERS, l Browffs Attorney at Law, ' nrion A A Iron Blt-- Bitters I It Cures B.EasrETp,r, Attorney at Law, i Attorney at Law, ecqshs," o . laHBIItn It P A N S $4-8- i.r Attorney at Iaw, I. C.Theo.Cain, 1 lt . ' J. R. PSRTLE i I OA.LL ON I fit ttV first-clas- s 4 Am.1 .a el ii W f Ml .'.i' TkL,iigFlssifak m iOld tier-vo- teni-pe- r, DENTIST umv.us-m?JifMvwb- ".-- J Wall Paper, nnm iv jt I i ' ear 1TMO Ui 1 , xk$WMMmimmm atfvM ,r y IHjimi rwnynmniiiWf i " Wmrp''m Hartford Republican rUBUBIIBU EVHUY P1UDAY ,. MOIININO Tun Sicninor Col i ma sank In tho Gulf ci Moxleo Monday and ICO per sons were drowned. Tun Populists of Daviess county have nominated Mr, John D. Kclloy for Koprcscntattvo. OiiN. A. 8. Bushncll was nominated by tho Republicans In Convention at ZancsvWo, Ohio, for Governor, Monday. NAM A. ANDr.nNON JO. II. ltoMllIt tailor. Subscription, $1.25 por yonr. Friday, May 31, 1895. STATE SENATOR. Proprietor. Wit arc authorized to announce Dr. A. D. Jambs, Of Muhlenberg county, as candidate j ior Stale Senator in the Sth Senatorial Tin: Dcmocratio Stato Convention District, subject to the action of the of 1891 favored Frco Silver aud so Republican party. declared in tho platform. What BEPBESENTATIVE. will they do in 1895? Wc are authorized to annouuee Ksq. W. I. Rows, Rkv. Fued D. IIai.e, of Owens-borOf Centcrtown, as a candidate to rep is completing resent Ohio county in the Lower preparations for House of the next General Assembly, his visit to tho Holy Land, Ho has subject to the action of the Republicalready secured a number of tho an party. tourists. Looking at silver, what is a DemOaiu.isle is a political acrobat of ocrat? whoso abilities to turn somersaults on Anu you going to tho Louisvillo the principles of his party, is only Convention? equaled by a liko ability displayed by tho CourierJournal. SEcnrrrArtY of Stato, Orcshatn, died at Washington Mouday night. So far Louisvillo has raised only about $15,000 for tho G. A. R. Ea A colored girl died of fright at campment in September. Last year Lancaster Monday, while having a Pittsburg raised and expended $100, tooth oxtracted. 000. Tho South must not fail. o, Ul s M I v While Carlisle is making his A few voters may bo fooled by Sound Money speeches tho people are this noise about the money question wondering how he camo to change his but tho great majority aro keeping an views so radically and so quickly. eyo on the gun and proposo to assist Wm. E. Riley thinks in uprooting the Frankfort ring. Secretary financial question is all right. that the Stato Convention will com- The Let it be discussed, but tho Democplete its work on the night of June racy must not, with such a thin veil, Sth and thus consume but ono day. attempt to cover up Stato issues. Press advices from Turkey are to In speaking of the money question tho effect that the Armenians are on s remarks as the St. Louis' tho verge of a revolution and that Turkish atrocities have not half been follows: "One objection togold in Kentucky told. is that only a word of two syllables can fit in the place of 'greenbacks' in Bud Johnson, tho desperate char- the Kentucklan's modus vivendi: various charges in acter wanted on Cornbread when I'm hungry, Whisky when I'm dry, Butler and Edmonson counties, was Greenbacks when I'm hard up, captured near Brownsville Sunday Heaven when I die." morning. The Louisville Star, one of the Rev. Sam Jones has closed his leading Sunday papers ot that city, Owensboro meetings and gone to his and by tho way a thoroughly Demo home in Cartersville, Ga., to rest up cratic sheet Bays: A man needs a rest a few weeks. "Col. W. O. Bradley has enough after tackling Owensboro for ten instructed votes to give him the Redays. publican nomination ior Governor, and if Hardin receives the Democratic and nomination and the two are lelt to The Republics of Nicaraugua November there is litHonduras have just proclaimed a fight it out in our next Governor will tle doubt that treaty between the two countries, be a Republican. Hardin's rabid adwhich is of far reaching importance vocacy of free silver has allented irom in that, it looks to a union of all the him many of his party leaders and if he is the nominee they will either Central American States. vote for the Republican or create such a dissatifaction in the paity that HarA recent fight between French din's election would be impossible. Marines and Brazilian freebooters on The Republicans are united on Bradley and will not allow the financial the border of French Guiana, in question or any thing else to divide which about one hundred men were them. The nomination of Hardin killed and wounded, may lead to in will cause a hopeless division in the Democratic party and render his electemational complications. tion in November impossible. The Democratic party needs a savior and Chairman Carroll, of the Demoneeds one quick." cratic State Central Committee, who Silver man, seems to is a rabid Free In the last issue the Hardins-bu- rg bo somewhat demoralized over the Leader goes far out of its way to apparent gains of the Sound Money make an uncalled forattack upon tho Democrats in the past few weeks. Republicans of Ohio county, Ohio He talks like ho had already given county Republicans have always been up the fight. able to attend to their own affairs Supreme Court unanimous-I- v and into their contentions, if they The busdecided against Eugene V. Debs, have them, nobody else has any We nlways present a TJ. strike leader and iness to enter. the A. R. That agitator in his habeas corpus proceed- solid front to the enemy. twice within the last few years Ohio sustainings, and the Government is Next to the In- county has been called upon to fured at every point. come Tax case thfs is regarded as the nish a candidate ior Congress, when most important decision of the year. in the faco of lrom 7,000 to 9,000 majority no other county would furDemoconservative nish a man, stands to our credit and crats in view of tho split on the mon shows the willingness of Ohio county cy question are declaring that no Republicans to stand up against overwhelming odds, The Leader' matter which principle tho Convention may adopt they are for the tick- attack upon Col. C. M. Barnett, of tho State Central Committee, is none et, thus placing party above princiIt has ever tho less unjust. Col. Barnett has ple, spoils above truth. been to with thousands of that party. been faithful in the discharge of his duties as a member of tho Committee Two men shot each other to death and we fail to see wherein the Leader at the door of the Presbyterian finds the grounds for its attack. Church at Troy, Woodford county, A.l'Hll, Sunday just at the close of tho serWesterfield, Ky. vices. Montgomery was tho brother of tho wronged tister and Riley was the Hon. C. M. Baroett,Hartford,Ky. We, the undersigned, respectfully guilty man who wascompelled, at the you toannounce your candidamuzzle of a pistol, to marry tho girl. request cy for Representative, pledging you He left her and remained away three years. On the first meoting tho trag- oursuport fur the nomination: L R Dales, Joel Elmore, edy occurred. Wm Combs, S L MidkifT, Tnn American Econonnhl camo out II C Bartlett, I F Manker, lost week in a splendid form commemJohn Manker, John King, T Yates, orating its tenth anniversary. Among Joe King, C C l'helps, tho interesting features was a long list W M Yates, A F Yates, of letters from Congressmen of tho Marion Yates, T Yates, different States on tho return of pros- LF Bartlett, Ira Bartlett, Among tho number of let- S R Rhoads, perity. O T Cain, G L Bartlett, from Kentucky Congressmen-eleters D B Bartlett, Lold Mills, were the following: Sam Lake, II II Chapman, am decidedly in favor of rees"I G S Yates. tablishing a protective tariff, and feel S G Rhoads, that it ought to be the political issue d ct tend a pleasant time. yesterday morning and passed resoluthe Graduating Class will tions of regret. In the resolutions deliver orations and receive their di- were paid the highest tribute to the plomas at the Court Hall, after which memory of the deceased. A large Commencement week will close, amid number of the physicians of the city many regrets and fond remembcrances will attend the funeral." of dear old Hartford College and BusDr. Chapman was born and reared iness Institute. in Hartford and had many friends here By request of the Faculty Dr. J. S. who will deeply sympathize with the Coleman will confer the degrees. bereaved family. To-nig- ht iiamcs nre not known to the general COMMENCEMENT WEEK. reader of to day. Only two ol JefferCabinet Madison and Galla A Largo Crowd is Iloro aud son's arc tin The next of remembered. a Nico Program ior all the great assemblages of executive adtho Wook. visers, that of Monroe, contains, among other men, John Qulncy AdThe time has arrived which every ams, William II. Crawford, John C. school boy and girl have been look- Calhoun and William Witt. The ing forward to formany weeks Com- first Harrison had Webster, Ewlng, mencement. Bell and Crittenden in his council; Truly this has been a prosperous Polk had Buchanan, Robert J. Walker, year for Hartford College and its pop- Marcyand George Bancroft; Tierce ularity is manifested in the large had Marcy, Jefferson Davis and Caleb large number of old students who are Cushing, and Buchanan, at onetime here this week. Dr. Alcxanandcr is and another, had Cass, Dlx, Jeicmlah always untiring in his efforts to S. Black and Stanton, but all of these excel any other College in the State, did not serve together. These are and well has he succeeded. Opening the greatest names on the rolls of the last fall with in unusually large strongest Cabinets which appeared the number has steadily Ins along to the war days. creased until it reached far more than Lincoln's official family will rank the management expected. nearly as high as any ofthose in the Tuesday night, the music teacher, intellectual and social distinction of Miss Margaret Nail, who, by the way its members. It was admirably chosis one of the best in the State, gave en both to mean the duties which an entertainment which would have would confront It and to represent the done credit to any Institution of learn-in- g. different elements of the which was in She secured the services of Mr. power. Lincoln went a little farther Patrick O'Sulllvan, a noted pianist, than almost any of his predecessors and Miss Katharine Whipple, whose in placing in hlscouncll the men who equal as a vocalist would be hard to had been his rivals for the Presidency. find. A large and appreciative au- Seward, Chase, Cameron and Bates dience was present, and all have noth- figured prominently as aspirants in ing but words of praise for the man- the nomination Convention. Washner in which Miss Nail conducted the ington is understood to have repreentertainment sented both schools of political opinThere have been class exercises as ion in his selection of Hamilton and the College during the entire time, Knox on the one side and Jefferson which have been witnessed by a num- and Randolph on the other. The ber of visitors. truth is, however, party lines had Wednesday night Prof. Foster's not been drawn when these appointclass in English Literature appeared ments were made. John Quincy at Court Hall, and the selections of Adams went, or Intended to go, a littheir various subjects, and the rendi- tle farther still in the way of having tion of same showed that they had all shades of sentiment represented been under excellent training and in his Cabinet, for ol the three other that they had lost no time from their men who received electoral votes in study. Each one deserves special 1824, when he was elected, d mention, but space forbids. Clay Secretary of State, he Yesterday afternoon was devoted oflered the Treasury portfolio to to one half of the Rhetoric class. A Crawford, and he at first thought of well selected program was arranged naming Jackson for Secretary of War. and everyone acquitted himselft ad- At Washington's entrance into the mirably. Presidency, however, political organLast night the annual address to izations, as we have mentioned, had the Literary Societies was delivered not been born, while at John Qulncy Adams' accession to office partisan by Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, of Owensboro, whose subject was "Decision." liaes had been obiterated by the death Mr. Rowe was in good speaking hu- a lew years earlier of one of the great mor, and after a few preliminary re- parties, and the other seemed to be marks, took up his subject and so on the point of misintegrating for t. well did he handle the same that he want of a foe to combat held his audience spell bound for about one hour. Mr. Rowe is recogDr. Chapman Dead. nized as one of the best orators in the The Courier-Journa- l says: Green River Country and last night's "Dr. Carroll W. Chapman, the effort places him far ahead of any for- young but physician who mer efforts. hats for some time been suffering from This afternoon at 1 '30 o'clock the blood poisoning at his home, 3201 last half of the Rhetoric class will ap- Portland avenue, died at 7:30 o'clock pear at College Hall, and from the yesterday moming. His failing conmany bright ycung ladies and gentle- dition was reported yesterday. men whose names appear on the proof "The members of the gram, we bespeak for all who may at the Kentucky School or Medicine met heap-pointeGlobe-Democrawell-know- n sub-facilt- y most never before. Blossoms and leaves flashed rfiut in all their fulness in the twinkling of an ey. Tliete was promise of an abundance ol fruit, and little fear If nny.nt that late date, blightiuing frost. But the frost came, and in a night inflicted millions ol dolhrs of loss, much of It Irreparable until another year. At almost exactly the same time, in a distant land, another caprice of Nature was marring other works of matt no less disastrously. White frost was cutting down the flowers and foliage an earthquake shock was tumbling down the cent turies-olmonuments of man's artistic and constructive skill. The noblest towers and spires of Florence were wrecked with as little compunction as a Buddensick death-traIn the eye of remorseless natural law they are all the same Or II theie bo any distinction, it is apparently In favor ot the less worthy. The stately Duomo is wrecked while the humble hut is spared. The early garden, planted by the industrious mau, is blighted, while the later crops of his sluggard neighbor go unscathed. Truly, man seems the veriest sport of circumstances. Nevertheless, the lesson of it Is one of optimism, not of pessimisn. Despite the perils from frost It will pay men to go on planting early gardens and growing early fruit year after year. Despite the fearofearthquakes, men will build, and wisely build, great houses and lolty towers. For, after all, these afflictions nre exceptional. Good seasons outnumber the bad. There are more temples and palaces in Florence than the earthquakes have destroyed. There is more good than evil in the world. Reckless of man's welfare as Nature often seems to be, there is a benign Power, in Nature or above it, that on the wholc"makes for righteousness " And the wise man will rep llr the shattered buildings, replant the ed fields, thank God, and take N. Y. Tribune. age. wastcour- Urnntl Jury lor May Term or onto tirrnlt Court, 1109. Thomas A. Stowart, foreman, born in Ohio county, Ky., Oct. 25, 1840, married Nancy It. Chapman In 18O7, member of. Beaver Dam Baptist Church, served as Deputy Sheriff under T. J. Smith and as Deputy Clerk under S. K. Cox andT. J. Smith, ana Was a prias Magistrate one term. vate in Gen. N. B. Fotest's command in the Confederate Army.a Democrat, has 3 children; n farmer and lives ntnr Beaver Dam, Ky. Elijah Miller, born in Ohio county, Ky., Feb. 9, 1834, member of the Methodist Church, South, mariicd Elvira Barrett, of Ohio county, Ky., in 1855, has born to him 10 children, S of whom are dead, Is a Democrat, occupation, farming; postoffice Hartford, Ky. Isaac M. Gidcomb, born in Butler county, Ky., July 5, 1837, moved to Ohio county in 1882, married Jane Bowers, of Warren county, In 1859, has 12 children, 4 of whom aie dead, Baptist of the Concord member Church, is a Democrat, occupation, a farmer, postoffice is Sulphur Springs. Allred T. Brown, born in Ohio county, Ky., April 16, 1837, mmied S C. Maddox, of Ohio county, in July 1858, has 9 children, 2 of whom are dead, deacon of Providence Baptist Church, is a Democrat and a farmer, postoffice, Rockport, Ky. Phillip R. Roberson, Sheriff, born in Ohio count', Ky., May 28, 1838, married Bettic Wade, of Ohio county, Ky.,Septl4, 1865, has 10 children, 5 ot whom are dead, is a People's Party man and a farmer, postoffice is Echols, Ky. Francis M. Hoover, born in Ohio county, Ky., Feb. 9, 1850, married Georgia A. Warden, of Ohio county in 1SS2, a Democrat and' merchant, postoffice is Buford, Ky. Geo. W.Ilfnes.born In Butler county, Ky., Feb. 12, 1853, moved to Ohio county in 1863, married Virginia Bell . JL ToTltornrnieranrOlilo County. that Tracy & Son arc Remember the agents for the Celebrated Roller Bearing Dewing Iiarvstter, n machine that has been tricdand never dented and willing to be tried ngalti. You will look to your best interest by a close examination ol the Dterlng machine. They nre fully warranted In all respects and arc the lighostruti-nln- g machine on the market. Call and sec them. Tracy & Son. ait2 This is to certify that I bought one Decring Ideal Mowing Machine, last year at Ownsboro, Ky., the same that Tracy &son ate now selling, and after using it one season I pronounce It the lightest draft mower lever saw or used, I would reccomend It to all farmers who Intend to buy a machine Jacoh WiatRn. this season. Children Cry for Pltchor'o Castorla. Bring on your wool to the Hartfoid Mill. Having refurnished and refitf-eour Wool Cardln Machine, we arc work on prepared to do Are thankful for past sjiort notice. patronage and hope to merit a continuance of same. J. W.Fono & Co. d first-clas- s For Runt On Salk. One hous nnd lot in Centettown. For further informations call on or address W, R. Tichenor, Point Pleasant, Ky. 43. 2t viorlhlnoentae (rule. The An Atlrerttaement in t tie paper I To Tearhrm. special Summer Normal School provides for a special Teach eta Training Course of eight weeks beginning June 11. Special Summer Rates. Write information. Ciiurrv Bros., Bowling Green, Ky. 2 4t A ofOhiocountyOct.it, children, I of whom l8;9, has 5 is dead, is a The great State of New York heads Sulphur Springs. the list of manufacturing commonJohn R. Henry, born in Franklin wealths and Pennsylvania is a close county, Ky., July 19, 1839, moved to second. Massachusetts formerly held Spencer county when 18 months old the third place,bnt owing to the enor- and to Ohio county in October 1857, mous development of Chicago, Illi- married Tobitha Henry Jan. 10, i860, nois has taken that rank. New York has 9 children, 2 of iwhoni are dead(i and Pennsylvania have already pro- member of Christian Church , vided for exhibits at the Atlanta Ex- People's Party man nnd a farmer. position, taking the wise view that Eugene G. KIrby, born in Ohio this is an opportunity to extend the county, Ky. Sept. 20, 1864, married trade of theit manufacturers abroad. Ida Acton Dec. 5,1889,1105 2 children, Massachusetts and Illinois have simis a member of Mt Vernon Methodist ilar measuies under similar consider- Church, South, is a Democrat and a ation and it is hoped that they will fanner, postoffice Is Sulphur Springf . profit by the example of Pennsylva nia Remus C. Hunter, born in Ohio and Yew York. Massachusetts Is fa- county, Ky., March 2, 1862, married mous for the high character of its Sadie Engler, of Ohio county, Auhit eel I'olalo for Nil va Hale. products and since its supremacy in gust 1882 and Edna Riley, of Muhlen-bur- g Any kind and quantity. For prices textile manufacturing has been chalcounty, April 23, 1895, has 3 lenged, it cannot affod to let this opchildren, 2 of whom are dead, is a Sic, apply to F. It. Nelson & Son, t portunity go by. Democrat aud a farmer, postoffice is Hartford, Ky. Twiee-asWeeTwiee-a-Week 4o-4- edition The New York World (formerly Weekly) has proved a phenomena, y success. It is a of six pages, mailed Tuesdays and Fridays"! eight columns to the page; t columns each issue. It gives the news fully half a week ahead of any weekly paper, and at the same time, retains all the literary, agricultural miscellany and oilier fcautttrcs which made The Weekly World so popular. Yet the price is Only One Dollar a year. Por sample copies address the World, N. Y. Arrangements have been made by which we can furnish this pipwand k New York World the all for $ 2,00 a year. Take advantage ofthisoflerand get your own local yaper and the Wotld at this special rate. Till, REPUBLICAN. "Twice-a-Week" Semi-Weeklforty-eigh- The Ureal Ollrr. EARWINOS IN FASHION. Onco More Jewelers Have the lonabla Dame by the Ear. Path' Men nro fond of saying that earrings arc a relic of barbarism, and so far no woman has seriously dis- . m , ! of the country. "W. GODFREY HUNTER, M.C., Third District of Kentucky. "Washington, D. C, May 15, '95." My opinion is that the of a protective tariff is a matter of supreme importance to the people. We know that the country enjoyed great prosperity under such a system. Labor skilled and unskilled, found ready employment at adequate wages. Industries now lavishing were active aud flourishing. TheNational Treasury, now laboring and depleted, had a surplus, and that magician of business success and prosperity, General Confidence, which seems 'to have gone where the woodbine twineth' waa, omnipresent. '.'JOHN W. LEWIS, M. C , Tho .Economut is devoted to the maintenance of Protectivo principles and is one of the leading papers of the "Fourth District of Kentucky. Springfield, Ky., May n. '95. Nation. dSfl2EX3rM3QZlll2nBM niTDwt fllfirililR Ml lisi Fails. umQ TaiiMUood. (xwxu Q In llmo.Brup. py druyattu. n Hold ' fa In mothers wore pendant ornaments as Clrcuhnm In llojhnod Jlaya. long as their tatting shuttles. Tbosb "Judge who could not afford solid gold were Louisville Times says: in his boyhood Walton Q. Gre-hacontent with 'loaded" earrings, and days worked in a blacksmith shop .It was not until the car lobes gave at Lanesvllle, Harrison county, Ind., out that tho fashion, for which tho Eugcnlo was responsias a striker for John Endris, better known as "Schmltt Honness.'a study ble, changed. So wise a lady as the queen of England adopted tho wag old German. With the money thus ging bugles. earned he used to buy books, and atBut this is not the point. Eartended school in the winter months, rings are In fashion again, and it rewas a little doing in the mains to bo seen whethorornot thoy when there Tlil.atol Lincoln Cabinet. With the death of Hugh McCulIoch shops are fields near his home. Mr. will bo tho stylo. If tho bandeaux the last surviving member of Lin- Endris nlterward kept a country store take and they havo taken In Paris coln's Cabinent passed away. Of the and saloon on the pike going to the oarrings will bo lndlspcnsablo men who at one time or another sat women and in after years when the to tho broad or moon-facearound the Presidential council table Judge had risen to eminence he never who adopt tho coiffure. Parting tho hair and then drawing It down to or between March 4, 1861, and April 15, forgot his old fried Endris, nnd made 1865, Caleb B. Smith died shortly behim every time he over tho ears has the effcot, as ovory It a point to visit lady knows, of widening the face, fore Lincoln, and Seward, Chase, came to Lanesviite until Mr. Endris' which Is not tho best view ot an Fcs&enden, Stanton and Bates departfew years ago, death a ugly face. By ornamenting tho followed not ed a few years later, "Judge Gresham belonged to no cars tho effect may bo softened or long aftward by Welles, Dennlson church, but he encouragedall churchtho.attentlon distracted. and Montgomery Blair, wklle the de- es organizations. But the sex is not as sheepish as The majority of mise of Speed occurred about eight the residences about Lanesville are It was, and notwithstanding tho ofC1IOMWKM.. ago and that of Cameron and Catholics, and for a long time there ficial stamp put upon tho bandeaux Rev. O'Brien filled his regular ap- years and tho buglo, tho woman of tho Usher at a more recent date. Mc- was no other church but the Catholic pointment at Green River Sunday, world will study hor glass beforo CulIoch was a later apolnted than any in that community. The venerable Mr. Frank GillsUap who has been March 7, 1865, Cathotic priest atLansville is over adopting either, N. Y. Telegram. of these, qualifying on ill for some time, is no better. and eight days before the eighty years ol age, and Jndge The Irl atao. Misses Eflie Katin and Lena Bryant a month McCnlloch was Gresham would always call on him, Speculations as to tho early condiat Frentis Sat- death of Lincoln. attended the singing tion of tho first men and worsen uro by not the greatest of all the country's having known him from boyhood. urday night and Sudday, no means pleasant ones. There were He lacked the Ministers. "The Judge contributed liberally to no words csprculvo of love or hato, Out popular milliner Mrs. Ilattlc Finance constructive ability of Hamilton and the Catholic as well as the other simply coughing, spluttering, hissGilstrap who has been sick is out Chase, and he was equally destitute churches in Lanesville, but did not ings. Wo did not stand erect, but again. crouched. Tho legs were without any of the knowledge of finance in its attend any of them." Misses Annie and Mamie Borah calf. If the Ainu is taken as a type, broader aspects and applications poswe were covered with short hair, which, visited friends aud telatives in Butler sessed by Gallatin, Walker and SherNature Healing With Man. it Is believed, ran Into shades of red. county last week. helpllness of man in the grasp Foreheads wero low nnd protruded, The he had greater technical Mrs. N. C. Daniel who has been man, but teeth skill than any of these, and was a of that which we call Nature has sel- mouths mere muzzles, and thepoints, sick for several weeks is no better. wero like lungs. Ears ran to conscientious, Industrious and useful dom been more strikingly set forth and there were no lobes at the base. Miss Fannie Jones, of Butler county, than within the last few days in sevofficial. who has been in Cromwell for some A Community of Wire. general average ol the ability eral parts of the world. In our own In the time returned home Friday. In Ashautco no man U ever allowed and prominence of its members, country, for example, what spott the to fcco one of the king's wtrcs, and Miss Emma Wilson is visiting relLincoln's Cabinet compares favorably weather has made of his plains! A should ho happen, through accident, to atives in Mining City this week. fortnight ago the prospects of the get a gllmpsaof ono of tho "sacred with the greatest of the Presidential Unknown. gardener and fruitgrower were more creatures" he Is forthwith puttodoath. councils. Half of Washington's The law of that country allows the and Hamllon were than oidlnarlly bright. The season king (o havo three thousand three hunMessrs. John McBrady, Joseph s-Jefferson was late, but that very fact seemed dred and thtrty-thrc- o "lielpmeeU" and O'Sulllvan and Clarence Stinnett, men of the highest order in statesWhltesvllle, were in town this week. manship and influence, but the other to give security against untimely no more. These wives all live on two long street In the city of CoomaSlc, the two original members Knoxjand Ed- frosts, When at last warm weather Asliantco the quarters occupied Children Cry Tor mund Ranlolph were of u much came, gardens and vineyards and by them capital, locally known by a being responded to its touch as a word signifying "heaven." lower rank intellectually, and their orchards Castorla. m vain-glorioCor-ydod Cabinet- Judge OtllTjr. The Republican members of the Appellate Court, about whom there been so much written, has called on the Journal and paid his tespects In a conversation with him we could not help but be impressed with the plain honesty and sound intelligence of the man. In his talk on men andthings, he displayed varied and comprehensive knowledge of the world, and its workings, political and otherwise, and his remarks on politics and finance are such 03 to show that he has been a deep student of these two important factors in American life. The Judge and his family are happily domiciled in a comfortable residence on the corner of Washington and Main Streets, and he has fallen into the ways of the Capital City quite naturally. His charm of manner and genial air makes him friends by the score, and he bids fair to attain as flattering a popularity here as was accorded him in his native section of the State, where Democrats and Republicans alike delight to do hitn honor. Frankfort Journal. m IIA1ZETOMN. May, 28, L. N. Whorley and Miss Dellar. Baize and mother visited relatives near Hartford last week. Misses Lida and Effie Baize were the guests of Mrs. Laura Royal Fri day evening. of our citizens attended Court at Hartford last week. Miss Nola Crowder was the guest of Miss Liura James Saturday evenSeveral ing. Mr. J. W. Morris and Miss Ida Keeton were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Tuesday evening. Rev. II. V. Royal pronounced the words that made them one. May their life be long and happy is the wish of your scribe. puted tho statement; nevertheless, they have been recalled from their stato ol Innocuous desuetude, and o once more the jeweler has tho damo by the car. Buyers nre taken Into tho trylng-o- n room to get tho effect of artificial light There Is a maid servant and toilet requisites for tho coiffure, for only a vulgarian ever wears jewels In daylight with a bonnet Trays of hoops, pendants, screw solitaires and enrbobs nro brought forth for inspection, and if nothing in tho collection pleases tho lady her measure is taken, stones arc selected, finished designs are submitted and the cjnaments made to order. Tor more than two thousand years the earring has fluctuated with tho living. tido of fashion. At one tlmo the were two inches in diameter, and only forty years ago our fash-lonablear-hoo- McIIenry. James B. York, born in Ohio conns ty, Ky., July 14, i860, married M. T. Acton in 1881, has 6 children, 1 of whom is dead, is a Republican and a farmer, ostoffice is Rosine. L. Reld, Clerk, born in Ohio county, Ky., Nov. 11,1842, served as a private in Co. C. oth Ky. Vol., Lewis Orphan Brigade, Confederate Army, married Cally Nash, of Muhlen-bui- g county, May 1, 1872, has 6 children, 1 of whom is dead, is a Democrat and a mechanic, postoffice address is Rockport, Ky. Total age of the Grand Jnry, 577 years; average, total iweight, 2,051 lbs; average weight, 170 3 are members of the Baptist Church, 2 are members of the Methodist Church, South', 1 is a member of the Christian Church. I Republican, 2 People's Party, 9 Democrats. They have 73 children, 18 of them dead, 55 Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Award. L "lion-- la Cure all ftklu Ileaen." Simply apply "Swayne'a Ointment" No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, nose, deleaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Swaynb's Ointment. 34 iyr. When In OweriBboro AT Lcavo YOUR HORSE 48; D. T. Livery and HAYS' fTeed 11-- 12. table, 22oTriplett St lctt St. Best feed, nnd all stock entrusted to his caro will rcceivo careful attention. eerRomcmbcr thoplaco 220 Trip swooning, light-heade- lachrymoso ss If you want baled hay, call on Field & Holbrook. They have A Iliiniorotia Fact Abont Hood's Sarsaparilla it exs the very best. pels bad humor, and creates good huTlioboet InBuranco polio mor. A battle for blood is what acaiDBt buBinosa falluro 1b an Hood'sSarsaparilla vigorously fights, olTootlvo Advortlsomont. and it Is always . victorious in expelling foul taints and giving the vital Ifyouwantto reach the people, fluid the quality and quantity ot per- with your advertisement, place it in fect health. It cures scrofula, salt Thr Rbpuducan, and everybody will rheum, bolls, and other blood diseascelt. es. first-cla- !! Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and efficiently on the bowels and liver. 25c May 20. Mr. Rob Brown and cousia, Miss Rosa Brown of near The World's showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leavening power as tho Royal, Fair Tests '.VCOIII. i'emnle Help Wanted. "Professional nurse or married lady Pientis, spent Saturday night with to introduce to mothers famous teeth-lu- g and bowel remedy, write Floyd Miss Ethel Bennett. 42-- 2t Miss May Gray and Mr. John Gray & Co. Owensboro Ky.1" of Daveiss county spent Saturday night, Sunday and Sun day night with Steam Mr. Jim Gray and Miss Annie Grigs-by- . Ky. Owensiioiio, 5roy laundry, Miss Mattie Luce and Miss Josla Black of I fart lord were the guests ot Miss Susie Duke Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Cora Allen, Mr. Alva Carter, Miss Ethel Bennett, Mr. Man Leach attended Church at Victory Sunday evening. Mr, Oliver Willis has moved near Does finest work of any laundry in the West No injurious ingredients used. Work all guaranteed to give satisfaction. Pat- rons' linen insured against fire while in the laundry. Laundry sent on Tuesday anil returned on Saturday Sunnydale. florin lor Oil nt Ilaweavllle. The Hawesvllle Plalndealer says "The machinery for boring for oil is on the ground aud work will tecotn-ence- d at once and pushed for all it is worth until oil is struck or the echo I told you so," is reached. of No one interested in the matter knows anything about thCresults of the efforts to develop the oil fields, and those who are trying to throw cold water on the enterprise have the sat-- , isaction ol knowing that they had not ad)llar at stake; and since the supreme court has decided that they have no income tax to pay, ought to allow the work to preceed without further prophecies," of each wook- Tarroi, otxlatly P. D. Cab. TWEUDDEU., Agt., Hartford, Ky. CkmU n Trtdt-Mitk- , cIIhJ, and ill tuunl Vu.lt... co.Jucl.J for MODKIItTK VEES. My rRa lalalliH..ll.a al.l.tiu..f.L. II...-.1- ad aty uclUtici tor securing patcnti tr UDturpamu. Mad nodtl, cwh ci photograph of ln?nlion, wlllt d.icrjptloit aadiuumtrl at loadvantaiM cUlnad. jTeAarfff'4 ntfxlfjW1 r opinion to pattnlnHlttu, and my fca fur croiKulIni atlha application, not ft talUJ ni- - until tht l allowed, 'ImaaToaa Guiui," con. ulalng Sill laibramlori not fret fannauil. ctllaia ComMerc 1 at Slrlcll CoiSatulUI. pt i fill ill Pitcher's FRANKLIN H. HOUGH SO WAJSUINUroN, U. V, r Blr.ot, J -- XtkWt) Kmaaiavu.iuJxit.... bvw. s IIMIi y n Hi "i""iiiayWK -- READ -- REFLECT TO-- " Pretty patterns In Swivel silk cheap nt the Cash Store. Miss Jennie Rogers, Lcltchfiold, is visiting Miss ltdna Gtlfiln. Mr. J. S. Leisure, Bcda, will move his family to Beaver Dam next week. Ladles go to Fostcr,s Cash Store for Swivel Silk, late patterns just received, MEMMORIALDAY. A Largo Crowd Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. ANNOUNCEMENT-- of Tint and au Day. Eu-joyab- lo 1DR; THEN COME FAIR BROS. $ CO. The leading Dry Goods House of Ohio county, lor tho following goods: The cry of hard times and the great need of money among the manufacturers havo enabled us in tho last two weeks to purchase some genuine bargains for our trade during Circuit Court, Compare our prices with what others get: Our price lOo for good heavy There are a great many visitors in town this week to attend commence'' ment. Key. and Mrs. B. 1'. Jenkins, Habit,I)avels9 county, passed through town en route for Cromwell. Communion Services at C. P, Church Sunday nt 1 1 o'clock a, nt. All arc invited. Regular services at 8 p. in., subject, "The Fruit oftbc Spirit." J. P. Hicks, Pastor. Graves Were Decorated and an Excellent Dinner Served. Tuesday dawned beautiful, and early iu the day people began to come in town from all direction, and by 9 o'clock quite a number were here, and and nil then repaired to the Presbyterian Church, and after prayer by Post Chaplain Rev. J. A. Bennett, Mr. Jo B. Rogers delivered the welcome address, response by Rev. W. II. Childers. After the graves were decorated in -- AT CREAM Bcginninrj Juno BEAVER DAM, 4, And Continuing Five Weeks. BAKING A MOST PERFECT MADE. worn Ammonia, Alum or any mmm pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free omtr adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Other get. cotlonade.... 12 jo 1Co 18o 12Jo Tor best bluo cotlonado IGo for best 10 oz. coltonado. 15c for heavy cotton jeaui ? " 20o 35c 85o 30s 25c 7c 8 25c heavy wool jeans 25c for heavy turkey red table linen 25a for heavy wbito damoik 20o for heavy white flannel for good shirting 7c for very best shirting Go - Co for heavy domestio, lo for good domestic, 1 yard wido Tyard wido , "a 7o 5o 3 Jo for heavy quilt lining 8c for bcstiblcached cotton . . ; lc for good calico lOo for fine black satino 12Jc for fino fancy satlno. 20c for 3C inch cashmere all shades. 20c for faucy cashmcio all shades h all wool cashmero 39c for 35c for 30 inch woolen suiting 12Jc for Irish lawns all shades 1 15c for dotted Bwiss 18c for good corset 25c for 0 spools O.N.T. 10c for silk mitts 8c for ladies vest 20c for mens heavy drawers 8c for mens heavy socks. 8c for ladies heavy hoeo 10c for dozen white tics 10c for dozen shell hair pins 25c for silver bcltbucklo 25c yanl silk beltiDg COo for gentt fino shirts 40c for wash silk for waist 25o lor boys kneo pants H for luster coats $5 for fino serge coat and vest COo coltonado pants 81 for button shoes 30-in- J0 v 15c 20c 25o 25c 50c 50c 20c 20c 60c 30o 20o 16c 40o 15o ' .. r 10 15c 15c 60o 40 75c 60o 75c SI 50 $7 CO 75a $1 25 Bring us your Wool,Ginseng and Feathers. FAIR BROS. ariford gemple of fashion Friday, May 31 rienty of good feed 1895, 's. fe CO., Carson & Co. Sec our new Slippers. Oil Cloth at Field & and Mattings at Carson at Carson & &Co's. Mrs. Satu A. Anderson returned from Owcnsborolast Friday. More new Parasols Co's. Call on 12. L. Bulllngton and get a Buy your neckwear at Carson & good shave when in town this week. Co's. Mrs. S. K. Cox and daughter, Miss Mr. Sam Rowe, McIIenry, called to Blla, returned from Owensboro Mon- see us yesterday. day. Mr. I, P. Barnard, Louisville, callCall on Field & Holbrook next week ed to see us yesterday. and see their new tock of buggies Mr. Will Craig, Ensor, is the guest and harness. of his sister, Mrs. T. L. Griffin. Misses Kama and Bettle Crabtree. We can't be undersold. ofDaviesa county, are visiting Miss Carson & Co. Sdlie Qulsenbery this week. We have a beautiful Hue of dress Mr. W. A. Gibson, who has been goods. Carson & Co. confined to bis room for several Visit our millinery departraet. months, is able to be out again. Carson & Co. Mr. John Sam Bennett killed a We have the finest lot Slippers iu mad dog near No Creek Church last Carson & Co. Saturday belonging to Mrs. Taylor. town. new lot of Belting Just received, Mrs. R.A.Crowe has goneto LouisCarson & Co. ville where she will join her husband ana Buckles. and they will make home. their future We have a fine line of Laces and Embroideries. Carson & Co. Miss Lula Carson, McIIenry, visited her father, Judge Jas. F. Carson, Tuesday night. Misses Mattie Pirtle, Concord, and Efiie Bean, Sulphur Springs, are visiting Misses Ada and Lena Carson. O.P. Westerfield, who has been at eight for work in this office months, leaves for his home in Louisville Mr. Dan Aultmlre killed a large eagle on Mr. Rowan Holbrook's farm below town, which measured 6 teet, 10 Inches from tip to tip. Reld.Uaden fc Co's store was broken Into last Friday night nt Rockport and a considerable amount of goods were stolen. t We have 700 bushels Ohio River Corn, chop and Meal for Bale at 65 and 75 cents per bushel. Keg and 5 gallons Molasses for $r,oo. JONl'S & MORKHKAI). Pleasant Ridge, Ky. 43.tr Frof. R. T. Lennon, President HarAssociation, din County Teachers' V. Plttle, n prominent and Dr. T. physician of Howes Valley, Hardin county, gave us a pleasant call Wednesday. Misses Emma Haycraft and Mamee Martln.fonnerly of Rock-por- t, Barnard, two young ladies who have Mr. Win. this county, died at his home in frequently vlslted,here,graduated from Louisville last Friday. He had a Miss Nold's school at Louisville tills number of fi lends and relatives. In week. Miss Barnard won the medal this county who will regret very much of her class, to learn ol his death. Monday during the show at Beaver Mr. W. Tolau, Hopkinsville, and Dam Netter Gilstrap and one of the diffiMiss Meda White, Horse Branch, sur- show men became involved in a culty, and Gilstrap cut the show man prised their friends by going to Owin several places, and we have learnensboro Wednesday and getting married. Their closest friends knew ed that he died at Leitchfield, whithnothing of the affair until the bridal er the show went from Beaver Satu. party returned to Horse Branch. We cannot learn any furt her particulars of the fight. They will reside in Hopkinsville. Our accomplished assistant teacher lll6MItnlirlt, This evening at 4 o'clock, Mr. t, in Pordsvllle High school, Miss Adel-l- a Clifton, left Monday (or Hartford of Illinois, and Miss Georgia where she will spend a week visiting Bennett, daughter of Mr. G. W. Bennett, Audersonvllle, Davelss county, friends. She will go from there to will be married at Red Hill Church, Hopkinsville, where she will remain by Rev. Cashraan. These are both till July and then go to her home In popular young people and enter upon Clarknvllle, Tenn. Quite a number the threshold of life with a bright Of her friends were at the depot to bid her good bye. We would gladly future before them. Tub their many friends, welcome her with us next term, Fordsvlle Star, extends congratulating. th Oakwood Cemetery a On account of Republican State bountiful lunch was served to the en. Rev. Ferryman filled his regular Convention nt Louisville, Ky., June tire satisfaction of all, which was appointment here Sunday. 5th andCth, tickets will be on sale at spread In the inviting shades of Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes, one fare $3.10 for the round trip on the choir, under the leader4th,and5th, good until June 8th to ship of Prof. Win, Foster, rendered Margaret Clark, Viola Pirtle and Messrs. Byron Barnes and Chas. Par-ro- tt return. II. Merrick, Agt-some line music. Commander J. L.v spent Sunday in South Beaver On Wednesday June 5th Mr. R. M. Carson called the body to order to the Dam with Miss Maud Taylor. stand erected upon the beautiful slope Hayes will be graduated from the law Miss Katie Hunt, Huntsviile, is and Rev. J. B. Ferryman led In an course of the University of Minnesovisiting her brother, Mr. II. D.IIunt. appropriate prayer. ta at Minneapolis with the degree of Miss Mattie Burch, Rochester, Is At 1:15 o'clock Rev. W. II. Chil- visiting friends here this week. Bachelor of Laws. Mr. Hayes is the ders, of Sardis, Mason county, Ky., son ofCapt. R. W.Hayes, of Fords-vlllMessrs. E. P. Barnes, E. H. PatterThe Post was son, Ben Roller and C. P. Austin and went from this county to delivered the oration. Minneapolis four years ago. He is a quite fortunate In the choice of a spent last Sunday in Qvansville. Rev. Childers young man of splendid ability and speaker for the day. Messrs Perry Westerfield and A ,M. his prospects for becoming a leading is a native of Virginia and his full Hunt arc in Butler county this week. member of his "profession ore very six feet and 2 Inches.his splendid phyMiss Lizzie Hunt, who has been sique, bis symmetrical and well pois- visiting here,returned home Tuesday. bright. . ed head, his dpeu and noble andintellU The play last Saturday night was Cnnl ol Tlinnk. gent countenance mark him a gi and quite a success. ' McIIenry, May 35,1895. manhood. specimen of genuine Mrs. Henry Strother and children, Editor RKrunticAN: Permit me through your paper to His gray hairs and 55 winters rest Rochester, spent the week with Mrs. return my thanks to the good people lightly on him and he isa&bouyant as K. J. McKenney. The musical Saturday night promof McIIenry and Render for their a youth. He was color bearer of the christian kindness to my family and 14th Ky. Infantry during the War. ises to entertain come and see it. especially to my wife and little boy Several years ago he became a memATTVIt. In tueir long and painful illness. May ber of the G. A. R. and bince his first In Memory ol Hurt Actntu Heavens richest blessings attend you memtershiphehasattendedtT.'ry NaThe white winged angel has again Twice he has tional Encampment Yours, J.P. Rogers. all. spread his pinions over us and borne been elected Chaplain of the National a loved one from the prese nee of In Memory of organization and once Chaplain kindred and friends. Bud was the Of Miss Mamie Stevens, who died of Department of Kentucky. For twenty-oldest son of Mr. and Mrs". Will Ac consumption May 15, 1895, she was five years he has been a leading ton. His death was quite a shock. born Sept 23, 1S60. She is gone afmember of the Methodist Episcopal ter long weeks of weary suffering;, Conference, and is now pastor of the He died May 3, 1895, of typhoid fewaiting and watching; she has closed M. E. Church at his home town ol ver, his funeral was preached at his home in Sulphur Springs by Rev. G. her eyes to all earthly scenes and open- Sardis. His effort upon this occaJ. Bean, nfter which his remains were ed them in heaven. The busy hands sion was worthy of the man. The are resting, the throbbing heart is large audience of 400 or 500 people laid to rest in the churchyard at Mt. still and she sleeps the sleep that were delighted with sound sense and Vernon, in the presence of a large knows no waking until the resurrecpatriotism ot the oration. Rev. Chil- number of relatives and friends. tion morning. Her death was not ders will always find a warm welcome Bud's life won Jor him many friends and his loss will be deeply felt by all unexpected, for weeks she bad known in Hartford. who knew him. He had for several that her days were numbered and adAt the close of Rev. Chllder's years been a member of the Mt. Veroften spoke of the happy home were she was going and where she would dress Rev. B. F. Jenkins was called non Methodist Church and lived a upon and responded in an enthusias- christian life, and at death he was meet the loved ones gone before. ready to say that there was nothing Her face grew brighterand brighter tic five minutes speech. The choir rendered several pieces of in his way, our loss is his gain lor as she neared the end, pain had lost none can doubt that in death Bud its sting and in her last conscious music which were enjoyed by the after the reports from the passed to be with the angels that slug hours she looked at the anxious faces around her bedside with a happy committees on Decoration appointed "about the great white throne above, to decorate the graves in the various while the home of the wife and dear smile and said: be at home toparts of the county, made reports and little children are so lonely and heart night." broken without husband and without She had but one regret In dying, the meeting adjourned. This has teen one of the most suc- papa, while parents, sister and broththe last desire of her heart was to see the absent brother and she requested cessful meetings of the kind ever er are lonely without him, yet there the friends around her to keep her held in the county. The people of is pleasure in the sweet assurance until be should arrived, but the den Hartford were glad to have the old we have of meeting beyond the tomb friends- - among where Bud stands ready to welcome stroylng linnd was to be stayed uo soldiers and their quietly, peacefully as a them. longer and sleeping child she passed Into her Circuit Court. never ending rest. Com'th vs. Receivers of C, O. S. HUBBES AND GEOMETRY. Foryears shewasaconsistentmem-he- r W. R. R. Co an agreed judgement of the M. E. Church, South, and now 11 Happened to FaU in Lot wltb $50. It Went to Oxfortl. died happy In the faith of a Saviour's Com'th vs. Win. Foreman &c, Ilobbcs got bis Latin and Greek at redeeming love. Malmcsbury from a young scholar continued. Maynhe grace of her love and named Richard Latymer, newly come Com'th vs. Tohn Awtry, defendant goodness fall with ahealingpower on from tlio university (doubtless meaning pleaded former conviction hereof as a the sorrowing hearts of the loved Oxford), and, as was then common, ho bar hereto and this case dismissed. acquired by exclusive attention to those ones left behind. May they feel that languages a facility In themwhichnow Com'th vs. Oscar Liles, demurrer from heaven above she looks down Kerns not only precocious but almost to indictmentsustained and dismissed. monstrous, says the National Itcvlaw. on them with more than n sister's Com'th vs. Charles Gillen, statelove, and may, they so live that In a "It Is not to bo forgotten," says Aubrey, ment filed by Commonwealth's At"thut beforo ho went to the university better world they shall meet dear ho hud turned Eurlpldls Medea out ot torney and indictment dismissed. Mamie again, "And God shall wipe Greek Into Latin lamblqucs, which ho Com'th vs. Wm. Sampson (2 cases) away all the tears from their eyes and presented to his master." Wo need not continued. regret that this performance Is not there shall be no more death, neither for Ilobbes, though ready Com'th vs. Cora Estis, for murder sorrow nor ctying,neither shall there enough in handling both Greek and under the instruction of the court on Latin, docs not appear to havo been a motion the the Commonwealths AU be auy more pain, for the former fino oraccurato scholar. things are passed away. S. Ilobbcs was not yet fifteen when ha torncy they returned the following South-WeCity, May, 1895. went to Oxford. Uo did not caro much verdict: "We the jury find the defor logic, yet ho learned It and thought fendant not guilty as charged In the Olll I.OCKH. himself a good disputant. Tliero is no work on the Lock is progressThe reason to think he learned anything indictment." olso at Oxford save a strong dislike ot Com'th vs. Ben Harris judgement ing very nicely. Mr. Hall theCoi-structMr. Flannlgan Supt. and academic institutions and methods. lie by default and fine fixed at $50. turned from tho official studies to Com'th vs. Ann MidkifT continMr. Harris Ross, Carpenter are here ainu&o himself with geography and waking a great start to put on a full voyugos. An to mathematics, there ued. Com'th vs. Dee Walker, Bud Adforce of men, they are working about was no official recognition of them at at tho university. twenty men already and by the 10th all while Ilobbcs was Improbable In tho ams, Wade Parks the three foregoSo there Is nothing of June will have on a force of 125 statement that Ilobbcs had never ing cases set for eleventh day of presmen and by June 20th a full force will opened a copy of Euclid until ho was ent term for trial. near middle age. Tho story Is best told Warren Lindley vs. George Llnd-le- y tie on which will be 150 or 175 men. in Aubrey's own words: divorce granted. They are aiming to work altogether "Ho was forty years old beforo ho E. F. Burba, vs. Joseph W. Wilson, white men as they have now about looked on goometry, which happened accidentally, being In a gentleman's ou motion of plaintiff this action was 300 applications from men who have library, 'Euclid's Elements' lay opon dismissed. been here for work. and It was tho 47th ProU, Lib. I. 80 The Grand Jury adjourned Tuesday Mr. Marsh is here from the East ho reads tho proposition. 'By I' says and has built a boardiug shanty and ho 'this Is impossible.' So he reads tho alter returning ji indictments. demonstration of It, which referred The jury, in the case of Render vs is prepared to care for several men. him back to another, which ho also The Carpenter., thatls some of them, read, 'et sla dolncops,' that at last he Taylor Coal Co., for the sum of from Livermore have built them a was demonstratively convinced of that $5,000, returned u verdict yesterday shanty and have hired them a cook truth. 'This made htm In Ioto with giving Render $39.00. geometry." and are batching. in Nlopirl Iu III tn! t'nterr. Hudson & Tracy lauded here FriCHINESE CONSUMPTIVES. Ben C Harris, a miner from Deane-fielday morning with their boat. The Th Mongolian! speedily Succumb t tho was locked up yesterday afterg Dred Dlfeaea. boat is well kuown here as the That tliero Is a largo Chinese popula- noon says the Owensboro Messenger fishing boat. They are gotion In Boston Is well known, and yet for drunkenness and provoking a difing to board some men and are neat It Is seldom that one hears of a death ly prepated to care for 12 or 15 men. In tho Chlnoso quarter. Tho propor-tlo- n ficulty. He imnginedSupt. J. Ross, of Chinese resident, says tho Bos- ol the Falls of Rough, was his boss Their big gasoline stove seems to be quite a peculiar object In the minds ton Transcript, U small as compared and kept after him to. pay what be with those of other nationalities, and of some of the people here. Success to tliero Is no way to tell tho exact num- owed him Mr. Ross never knew H. A. L. Tub RrtruDUCAN. ber ot deaths among them, us they aro him and tried to settle the matter recorded by tho city officials under tho quietly and ordered Harris off several times. Finally in a menaching manCol. S. R. Dent, representing the head of miscellaneous nationalities. Inquiry rorcals tho faut that Clilimmea ner Harris applied a vile epithet to United States Life Insurance CompaIn nearly every caso illu of consumpny, Is In town this week iu the inters tion. They aro 111, as a rule, but a Mr, Ross, who seized a wagon spoke The United short time. In their native country and dealt him a blow across the back est of his Company. States, through Col. Dent, has more their principal diot Is rice, which, from of the head, cutting a gab three inches hcalthfulnoss, tends to lengthen insurance In force in Hartford and Its When they bogln business hero long and over halfan inch deep. Harlife. community than nny other company. all their habits change. They work ris went off leaving a brand new coat The plan of the Company is to loan early and late, seldom leaving thalr and vest besprattercd with blood at they succeed they begin the depot and continued his carousmoney on their 10, 15 and 20 year shops, and to cat American fixxl. It Is remarked by policies after they have been in force all with whom they have dealings that ing down town, but was arrested and This being the case it they always buy the best tho markets will be tried this morning. three years. afford. It Is their custom to work uninsurnot only furnishes a will help its policy holders til midnight or Ifafter and then enjoydq The U. S. ance but Reports they uo well to hearty meal, when they get into a close place. they aro certain to havo chickens and sAoik Royat Baking Powder When you want good Insurance, you whatever fruit can bo procured, no superior to all others, you will do well to see Col. Dent and matter how expensive It may be. It .it they hare just started In tho laundry How are peoplegolug to know why get his plans before taking a policy. business It Is quite likely that they He will remain in town for a few will form a company and adjourn to they should trade with you If you the nearest "night lunch wagon" or don't tcllltthrougliTiiK RhrusucAN. days. Oak-wooe, BEAVER DAM. The work will cousistof a thorough and complete RevIewoftheTenchers Course, Pedagogy, Leclutes on Teaching and a discussion of various questions designed to elevate the standard of our profession. We Intjnd not only to satisfy the wants of those preparing to pnsathc Teachers' Examination, but our work will be of much Interest and profit to that class of e teachers who ore earnestly desiring to meet the demands of tho times for men and women of professional ideas mid training. Especial attention will be given to this feature of the work. EXPENSES: Tuition for term $5. Board ntid furnished room por week $2 to $t 25. Tuition, board and furnished room for entile term in advance $15. Tuition for part of term, $t. 25 per week. We ore grateful to a generous public for past favors and will highly appreciate any kindness manifested to us. Send for circular. wide-awak- , B. DK. ttAuST, - Xnstrtictor ficiggies, Carriages, Spring Wagons, parts' Lighter, Better and Cheaper than Ever. ' Call and see our Rubber Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness and Saddlery Goods. JOHN G. DELKER, 110 & 112 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, Owenstooro. TSLsr. Arrcittril, The Henderson Journal says: Shelby Roll was arrested in Spottsvllle yesterday, charged with the murder of his brother, Wm. Roll, last February. The arrest was made In compliance with a warrant sworn out by W. S. Stevens, of the American Detective Agency, with headquarters at Indianapolis. The detective says he Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great remedy for children and guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only 2scts per bottle. Symptoms Moisture; intense itching and Minginguuost at night;worse by scratching. If allowed to continue believes sufficient evidence to contumors form, which olten bleed and vict has been collected. ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swane's Two Henderson men have been at Ointment stops the itching and bleedwork on the murder almost contins ing, heals ulceration, and in most uously since it was committed. They cases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. are Health Inspector G. M. Atkinson Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. Deputy Marshal Henry. and said last night that he and Roller. Those wanting photographs will do Henry worked the case up to a certain point and then set for Stevens. well to call on A. D. Taylor who will Yesterday he came to Henderson, be jn Hartford on Monday of each went before Judge Ward and swore week and Beaver Dam the balance of out a warrant for Roll's arrest. Iast the time until the 10th of June, when night at ii o'clock the party returned he will leave the county to be absent and Roll was locked up in the county a few weeks. tt Pile! Plln! Itching Pile. st tr jail. In conversation with the Journal last night Roll strongly protested against being- arrested. He declared he was entirely Innocent of the crime with which he is charged. "My arrest was caused"he said, "by a woman in Spottsvllle.' She told Stevens that she could put her hand on the man that killed my brother; that it was a family affair. I had no reason for wanting to get my brother out of the way. We never had any trouble in our lives, not even any hard words," Roll concluded his statement by confidently asserting that his iuuocence would be established athis exatniningtrlal. Judc Ward will inquire Into the case one day this - 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- week. If you need a good mower call on Field & Holbrook before you buy. Are you all tired out, do you have that tired feeling or sick headache? You can be relieved of all these by taking Hood's Sarsaparilia, ment with the State Auditor in a very short time, and will ho compelled to once. So you will call at my office at once and col- lect the money at Spring settle your Tax or you can find me or one of my deputies in tho field. Yours Very Truly, C. P. Keowk.8. O. C. i d, Arck-enbur- Hull llnlea on Mimlny, Taking effect May 26th the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railroad will sell ou every Sunday round trip tickets between all its stations ,on main line at one fare for the round trip. n Tickets are good on date of sale, good Sarsa-nnrilfreturning same dav. This gives an opportunity to visit oue of to assist Nature at thla time whon she the largest cities or spend n day with moat needs help, to parity th blood, ton their friendsalongtheline. For furthand atrenirthon the laboring organ and ' er information call on agent or adbuild up the nerve. "I have used ITood's Banaparllla and dress II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., Im-p- ur U a necessity becausa the tonlo of winter air la gone, and milder vmthor, inoreojsed moisture, accumulated impurities In tbt blood and debllltatod condition ot th body, open thu way tot that tired feeling, nervous trouble, and other Ills. Ths akin, macous membrane and the various organs atrlve In vain to rellave the current ot life. They all welcome edicine , H ood's n- -i I took a bottle and aoon ragalaed stnuurlh ndtleah. It ha entirely cured me ot have derived great benefit from it. After very severe attaok ot the grip last winter Louisville, Ky. My whole eyetem was tontd and strengthened," MlM AWKia lb Mouiusb, Bardatown, Kentucky, first-clas- s dov't "I wa troubled with inactivity ot th kidneys ruultlug In Janndlae, but I Uiva rund Hood' SartaxwrllU a cure." J, . Uinta, Moaay Creek, Tunnw.ee. Purifies The Blood 'Ilifi Howling Urecn lliiKliietn rollrg No Business College in the South oilers facilities equal to those offered by muscimol. s. We secure our people good Special Summer Rates, Address, CiinnuY Buos., Bowling Green, Ky t pod-tlou4J-4- Hi m li restaurant - Hood's PllbiiWuW";?4. Children Cry for Pltohor's Caatorla. m lumniiP1 iiMjwP'r m iv. h EP'lZr .- - . . - !Vlw1-- S3 - , - - E "I onco had tn experloneo that provod to mo that there Is honor among thieves," said n Cincinnati drummer, to a ronortor. "It happened sovernl years ago In a little town In Mlehlgau. I to bed In tha hotel nt tho usual flesh-givintlmo, and placed my watoh and pocket-boo- k S )U t j fri'Yfc JfftW under tho pillow After having been asleep soino tlmo I was awakened by hearing a strangonolso In tho room. FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY. "You can Imaglno I was considerably OAMOII 00, ONTi TWt PROOTtR startled nt beholding a, man with a handkerchief tied over his faco standbusy with their thcriesthat they have ing by my bedside. In his hand was a Hence its great value in Consumption, wherein arrest3 forgotten to give any attention to the dark lantern, whloh Bhono fully In my the wasting by supplying the most concentrated nourface. Ho did not giro mo much tlmo to The difference In the cost of think, but In it gruff volco demanded facts. Friday, May 31, 1895. ishment, and Anaimia and Scrofula enriches and transportation n hunared years ago my watoh and monoy. I don't know vitalizes fact, in every nhase of wasting blood. and the cost now has entirely escaped whatever put tho Idea Into my head,o, TliellrlBtilftlilr. is most effective. Your doctor will confirm nil we but, endeavoring to bo calm as fortnight past Kentucky their notice. In terms of pol tl.-n-l 1'or a I said: to accept substitute say about Don't be newspapers have told in nil its dis- economy the cost of transportatii n is "If I toll youoxaotly whoro they aro Is will you promUo not to molest ino and Scott & Bownc, New York. All DrugR-lsts-. mal connections, a tale of domestic' n part of the cost of production. It 50c. nnd 31 treachery, foulness and blood, until strange that the Tariff reformers ho leavo mo to finish my sleep?' " 'Well, jou are a cool ono, I must the air around us was as lurid and usually stick so closely to their tei t sayl' ho replied, 'but you must toll mo ghastly as that ol the ancient Cities books should overlook this impor whero your valuables are, nnd I will ol the Plain, whose beastly vices caus-th- e tant element, but so it Is. Far re- promUo not to harm you, and leavo skies to rain a torrent of fire upon moved from practical affairs as most you In poaco.' " 'I will tnko you ntyour word," sold them and hid their very foundations Tariff reformers are. jet even the I; my wnloh In at tho Jeweler's being under the dark waters of the Dead should admit that there has been a repaired and every cent I have Is locked up In tho Nifo downstairs.' Sea. tremendous diop In ocean freights. "Ho stared at me a minute or two, as Unfortunately the custom of the The policy of a Protective Tariff is though trying to tell by my faco If I is to give much more space fo based on the soundest economical had spoken the truth. It must havo press tics than to the pure, pcacelul and principles, and the Protective Tarifl convlnoed him, for, muttering somothlng I did not catch, he turned on his normal phases ol social life. A dogleaders, In estimating the cost of pro out of tho room with- and fight is written up oftener, and with duction, take into consideration the heel a walked t worfl." far more detail than the daily work of cost of transportation. Hamilton es$ic public school. Two thousand people timated that in his time the cost ol meet for worship various churches of transportation ranged from 15 to 30 Hopklnsville without receiving a par- per cent, of the cost of the goods to agraph of newspaper record, while the Europe; Jefferson estimated It at 20 arrest of a dozen negro lads on the per cent. But Europe, Asia same day for shooting craps affords and Australia are at ortr doors. The matter to the lively reporter for a fall cost of transportation in many classcolumn, whose closing paragraph, es of goods is than 1 per cent, of the like the stupendous head lines, call value ol the goods. This is especial on the reader to admire his magnifily the case with cottons and woolens. cent "scoop" over less enterprising If the Tariff reformers will give a Ts prepared to do all kinds o rivals. But was ever clamor so loud little consideration to these facts they raised over an object less worthy will understand why the increase in Dental work at roasonable prices. Office over J. W. Ford & Co's than this female freak so suddenly cut the percentage of Tariff rates is necessary and will perhaps have a fuller Feed Store. oifln her degraded bed of lust,"un-shriveunannointed, unanealed," a comprehension of the real principles very nymph of nastlness, a demon of of politicaj economy and a better un-S7V. dirt, a Cend of foulness, a woman derstanding of their practical workings. American Economist. . Hartford, Kentucky, and that whose life had but one aim ItRepre-HFsent- ed uunamable whos memory has the cesspool, a thing too gross Stench of a to point a moral, or spice a sermon? When Baby was ikV, we gave her C&rtorU. Will draw dralts from a nice, neat Foul cyprian, avauntiand if CatherWhen she u a Child, he cried for Cutorh. cozy cottage up to a fine two story ne the Great of Russia should need a When ih became Miss, she clung to CattorU. ill draw plans free of house. When the had Children, the gare them Castorla, no npcrtor." SampU maid of dfchoner in the "kingdom of Will make careful estimates charge. perpetual night," may you find grace ft Allegro, all kinds of buildings, and re mod on enough with the devil to obtain the Motto "Live aud nl old bouses, to a free lover appointment of servant let live." ' as depraved as yourself. BARGAINS IN INDIA. But are we indeed fall going to the Merchants Sometltuos Come Down Tlth IB UUiKU I IA4VIIlft ffJmfl " n Jump lu Their Trices. docs, after the uncleanly fashion of f. 3.1 ,i;n:"L!5.S.1 FallnnlbrowillMwrt 1 fuisuixvH win er fr im- - incr fn.in Indian travel Is full of surprise, These ffhouMQ. C. a P. Sodcm and certain unsavory negro - W A gentleman, pleasant and otherwise. and Caucasian dives in Louisville? wishing to purchase some of the beaurj KP ftp" If a few guilty people went to unlaw- tiful Cashmere shawls which arc mado not far from Delhi, went to one of the ful places on a certain day in the bove mentioned city and two of largest establishments In the city. Tho merchant showed htm a book In which them paid the lorfeit of their lives, was written recommendations of his LOI IN ILI.G.HT. LOI'IM .VTKJE. It. It shall we forget the many hundreds goods by Ocn. Grant and his son, as twenty-fiv- e WhST BOUND daily daily. who filled the beautiful churches of well as by many others. GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. No. S3 No 5t. Among the recommendations was Falls City, the hundreds of good men this ono In German: "I hare bought I.v U Louisville 6 30 p in 7 30 a m $150.00 erery month given away to any one who applies through m for the moat raentomua patent during Kv Street and woman who visited the sick and shawls of this man nnd think I got 6 45 p in 7 45 a m SYIiy not tlo no nt once iny year the month prccetliiijr. West Point . . 7 aj p in 8 25 a 111 afflicted in hospitals, or labored with them cheap; but do not offer htm a e aecitro the beat patent for ortr el tents, nbsrrlpllou. and the object of this offer to encourage inventor to . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a m llowtrd what ho the poor at various missions and third ofgentlemanasks." keep track of their bncht ideas At the taaM taw w Willondale . 7 39 p tu 8 37 a selected two very The wish to impress upon the public the fact that schools? Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m beautiful shawls, and asked the price. lT'STHESIMPLE.TRlVIALINVENTIONS Long If we must give even the devil his The merchant, after a llttlo consulta. . 7 55 p m 8 53 a m THAT YIELD FORTUNES, Brandenburg . 8 04 p due, why not also to the goodly com tion with his clerks said: 9 02 n m luchaa the "car window" wluchcanbeattirjrtaVl p Ciesapeaie Ohio and Southwestern tt. R. not sold a shawl "I KWion 8 13 p in 9 11 a in and down without breaking the pasaesigtr'a back, pany of honest and pure women and party. hare sell you very, very to your I " "coIUr button," cheap. Guston . . . . 8 aj p m 9 19 a in and a thousand other Ktde thing that most men who are zealously fighting the You may have theso beautiful shawls Irvuigton . . 8 30 p 111 9 30 a 111 any onecjnfiiidawayotimprovmfi, anoiheseaiwpfa for fourteen hundred rupees." devil? inventions are the ones that bring Urgcst return to the Weoster . . . . 8 38 p 111 9 39 a BETWEEN author. Try to thick of ftomething to invent. "Absurd! Lot us gol" said tho genLodiburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a in We are too apt to overlook the do tleman, having In mind the German's IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. 8 53 p m 9 56 a 111 P'ce mestic viitues which are always quiet advice, and ho started for tho door. Patents taken out through us receive special notoc In Simple. . . . 9 00 p tu 10 00 a m the National Recorder, ' published at rihrngtan, and unostentatious. Break the leg of "Don't go," said tho merchant; AND D. C which is the best newspaper published in Aascnca Steplienspott . 9 09 p 10 09 a in in the interest of inventors. v e furnish a year sub-cur and he will set up "mako mo an offer." a Addison . . . 9 14 p m 10 14 a ui senpuon to this journal, free cf cost, to all our cheats. "I wjll give you four hundred rupees a howling louder than the bleating of We also advcrtie, free of cost, the invention each aonth Holt 9 17 p 111 10 30 a 111 for both shawls." which wins our $150 priae, atH hundreds of dkouaands Cloverport . . 9 28 p m 10 33 a m a thousand sheep. of copies of the 'National Recorder " coatasnang a To his astonlshraont tho merchant ALSO Shops . . . 9 31 p 111 10 37 a 111 sketch of the winner, and a descuption of Us iareMton, FROM AND TO In spite of the dismal croaking of replied: will be scattered throughout the laited State aMag Skillman . . . 9 43 p tu 10 50 a 111 capitalists and manufacturers, thus bringing to their "Take them; I will send them to your the pessimists who cry that our civilCINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE. Hawesville . . 9 51 p in 11 02 n m attention the merit of the Invention All communications regarded strictly coaMofiikl. ization is a failure, there are along hotel." Petite . . . . 10 02 p m 11 09 a m At Jaipur tho same traveler lodged Adireu Do not purchase a Ticket Palcou . . 10 07 p 111 11 15 a 111 with seme bad, many good men and In a hotel conducted by a native, but JOHN WEDDORBURN & CO., Cayce . . . . 10 12 p in 1 1 19 a tu NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Solicitor, ol American and Foreign Patent , women inHopkinsville, whose virtues owned by tho rajah. He found tho I.ewisjKirt . . 10 l3 p m it 25 a m 618 P Street, N.W., Until you have consulted an Agent of the shed a daily glow of genial sunshine following amusing notices posted In Box 385. Washington, D. C. . Waitmin 10 25 p nt u 33 a 111 various places: on all around them, although in all rjr" RffiitnatiHtr (flkhfottr Wtiufrrm) Poweta 10 35 p tu 1 1 43 a m & "If visitors are not satisfied with the over terms of food or cooking they can deduct from Pates . their lives extending . . 1048 pm 11 56 am I.IMITUII TRAINS, Owen.boto . . 10 59 p in 12 06 p 111 KOI1CE. twenty, thirty, fifty and seventyyears tho bill what they consider fair." X "Guests aro Mattingly . . 11 09 p 111 12 18 p m wikt orerr man and womtn In Ibo UeltJ PULUIAN BUl'1'BT SLEEPERS, thote same virtues neverattracted no- tho servants." requested not to strllto and lute interested In toe Opiom on Whtekj Griffith . . ; j 14 p 111 12 23 p m 1I0DEKN EQUIPMUNT. aablts to hare one of mt books these dls tice, nor receivted a line ofnewspaper "Guests wishing lea are requested to IS M Uooller, Atlanta, O. Stanley . . . 11 18 p m 13 27 pm kasei. Address Dox 382, and on will be sent yoa frse. praise. give a day's uotloe and name how much JOHN ECHOLS, Worthington 11 25 p 111 12 35 p 111 f. D. LYNCH, they require" Reads . . 11 33 p m 12 42 p m Gcn. Man. GEN. PA33.AOT. Who has praised the patient school Spottsville . . n 45 p tu 12 S3 p m Iouisvilu Kr. A LITTLE TOO QUIET. boy, who is girl orplcdding school BasketU . . . 1 1 S3 P JU 12 59 p 111 11 ow doing honest work over lessons lb Funereal silence That Terrades the Ar. Henderson 1210 am 115pm Wantud To employ a lady or Chanuel Islands. in our public schools or in our colBAST BOUND dialy daily gentlemen to actas our General agent. Jersey and Guernsoy aro gardens, leges? No. 52. No 54 says a recent French visitor to the Must be a hustler and able to furnish I.v Henderson . . 7 20 a in 2 55 p m Who praised the noble Channel Islands. The fields are so neat, good references. Salary $50 00 per Basketta . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p 111 mother who wears away her so carefully kept, that they seem rather month and a commission. Address Spottsville . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p 111 like garden plots. Tho least corner of with stamps. life in toilingfor her beloved children? 8 so a ru t 2 n m Reads earth Is cultivated the roadsides, Who lauds and puffs the laborious Worlblngton . . 7 58 a 111 3 30 p nt Rogers Supply Co., every llttlo hollow, and evon "an Inch . s 06 a 111 3 37 p m Stanley father, who toils throughsunshineand of earth on tho end of a rock." Olive St., St. Louis, Mo 40 mi . 8 09 a 111 3 41 p tu Griffith . . storm for his wife and children and But these Edens are silent, tho trav. 8 17 a Mattingly . roil A TRISL MONTH S :.T3"IPTION gj 3 47 p in eler goes 011 to Buy. Now and then often breaks down a wreck in his doT0 thi . 8 to n. ill .4 nn n m Owensboto peoplo on tho Islands smile; but no ono mestic martyrdom? 8 Jo n m A oS n 111 Pate over laughs. Laughter Is unbecoming, Powers . . . . 8 5S a 111 4 20 p 111 Thank heaven for the honest, pure, and to laugh aloud would bo scandalU LUUluKlLLi: Waltman . . . . 905 n m 4 39 p tn hardworking, old fashion Kentucky ous. Lenisport The birds sing, but not tho people. 9 13 a 111 4 36 p tu thc amownT AND MST ArrtHNOOII Ik home, nnd may the sunshine forever SM PAPCR IN THC SOUTH Cajte Even tho children ara sober llttlo men 2 If you 9 19 a nt 4 42 p 111 light and the breezes blow forever and women rather than children. Tho lleadaclie, suffer from Heartburn, Sick Palcon . . 9 23 a 111 4 45 p in sour btomach, Indigestion Resweet upon Its sacred roof-treo 29 a m 4 si p 111 Petue trees are yews, cypresses and weeping Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at uotest piarKct Liuoiauons. willows. Hawtsville . . . 9 37 n 4 59 p in BH publican Banner. Williams &Be11 Drug Store free sam- - lu, Latest State IV v s. Skillman When tho peoplo go to walk, they pie bottle of Toniroys . . . 9 48 a 111 5 09 p m All thc Local News. 1 Shops take to tho cemeteries. Lovers ex10 00 a in 521 p in Dfl ever fails to cure. Complete I'nss Reports. Sl l'rolcrtlou mid Traiinporlnllon. change vows upon tombstones, and Clovetport . . . 1005a 111524 pm In their acttacks upon the McKin-le- y houses that aro near graveyards rent Holt 10 30 a in 5 36 p tn bill as a ''culminating atrocity," mora readily and at a better price on Igj Largest Circulation In 1he South, Don't Mop Tobacco. . Addison. 10 23 am 540 pm that account. the Tarifl reformers are fond of pointHow To Cuhb Yourself Wiiilr Stephensport . . 10 38 am 5 45 p 111 30,000 AND OVCn DAILY. H "Wo aro admirably situated In our Using It. The tobacco habit grows 8am pie 10 37 a 111 s 53 p tu ing out how much higher were the new houso,"sald a young Jersey woman Pierce . until his 10 41 a m s 57 p 111 Tariff rates of the McKinley bill than to tho French writer; "wo aro right op- on a man effected, nervous system is Lmliburg . . seriously impaling health, 10 49 a 111 6 qG p m those of the early days ol our country posite tho cemetery, and I can sco tho comfoit and happiness. To quit sudWebster . . 10 57 a 111 6 14 p 111 W6 Or, 25.00 a Year by Mall. In the days when our industries tombs from tho windows of my beddenly is to severe a shock to the sys- BPj Irvitigton . . 11 05 a 111 6 23 p 111 room. In tho moonlight tho vtow Is tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, . Guston 6 40 p 111 11 1 1 were really "infant industries." Of lovoly." 1 1 31 a 111 6 48 ji tu becomes n stimulant that his system fin JNO. A. HALDEMAN, Due. Hkron . By course, they utterly ignore the fact And still tho Frenchman has to ad- continually craves Bram'ciiburg 11 31am 556 pm gSjJ eos rouRTH avinui, that our free list was constantly in- mit that there Is somothlng very at scientific cure for the tobacco habit Kaj Long Branch J 1 39 a in 7 07 p in LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY. tractive in this solemnity and stlllnejs. creased, until under the McKinley fortus.'carefully Rock Haven compound 1 1 47 a iu 7 M P in Tho longer he romalnod In tho Islands in all its ed after the formula of au eminent bill, more than half of our imported Willowdale 11 Ha m 7 21 pm tho less ho folt like coming away. 1 3 03 p in Uowatd . . Berliu Physician who has used it in products were admitted free. That 7 30 p in West Point . his private practice since 1872, with13 05 pm 7 35 p m Another 3Iooa. Everj family in Ohio county, was only to be expected. But there Kv Stttet out a failure, purely vegetable nud should send to Villianis& Bell, II ait 12 45 pm 8 15 pm youngA city bred, toncment-brcy is another aspect which they as Ar U I.fuitvillc You ford, or to the drug tore ster took his first oxcurston Into tho guaranteed petlectly harmless 00 p m b 30 p tn in our ignore. party, says can use all the tobacco you want, own town and et a bottlti of "Ftbti II. C MoHDin . G P A.. country with a "frosh-alr- " it will noti- line" ThsUcbs Quinine Ituillcosl Louisville, Ky The object of the Protective Tarifl tho Now York Tribune. It happened to while taking Night in the early dojs was to measure the bo nt tho tlmo of tho full moon.went out fy you when to stop. Weglvea writ- only 25 cts and is thebtst thing ot ten guarantee to permanently cure after night tho llttlo follow difference In cost of production, and after supper andsatupouabtono behind any case with three taxes, or refund earth for children or any one else u h c the "fathers" were in nowise particu- the furmhouso, and watched tho won- the money with 10 per cent, interest. can't take bitter Quinine. flOST IN QUANTITY. is not a substitute, but a lar if they measured something more drous orb as It roso behind tho trees. Baco-Curdestinquai.it his than that. The sole object of the Then to hisweek expired, and ha went scieutlHlc cure, that cures without the tonoment district. A year aid of will power and with no inconback Protective Tarifl now Is to measure passed, and as It happened tho frosh-al- r venience. It leaves the system as fund sont tho same susceptible boy pure and free from nicotine as the the difference in cost of production. CAN I OttTAIN A PATFNTf for a one.t KWLVyjf i.,,n? hate bad opinion, wrllo !q The Tariff rate is higher now than in to tho samo farmhouse, bupper was day you took your first chew or uo ." nil NN noarliimr 'Mis' eaten, and ho allppod out behind tho xiwrleneelnlQO patent bu.inris. CotoniiJnloa. Sold by oil druggists, with 8 those early days, Do the Protection- house and mado straight for tho stono smoke Iiuns itrlutlr mnlhteiitui A llun.luoakot In. . i. WHITE'S .vfi.yriiuiu aim uuw to oo lain ibeiu sent fiee Alsoaestuosueof ueebau- ists claim then that the cost of pro- In tho back yard. Hut where was tho our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per loslai KXeullflQ books sent tree. l.ni Ho looked and looked, till box, three boxes, (thirty days treatIntents taken. through Munn A Co receive V duction has decreased more rapidly moon? ment,) $3.50, or sent direct upon reipwisi noiiMintoe Prientiiio Amerlrnn. iml finally, not In cast, thus ara biouiiht widely before the public within other countries than in America? ho discovered tho slim but In tho west, ceipt of price SUND SIX out cost tp the InTtntor. This aulonJU paper, sliver ereHcont a FOR 20 YEARS l(wiiitijrl)ltiin(M iMuedwoeklr I ha STAMPS FOR SAPI.B BOX, Have other countries thus out steppHas lod nil WORM Romodlna. Tho disappointment was too much for Umajt olraulatlon ot anr soleotiHohutJln tha wtwa In 8.1 a tear, rjiniple ed us? Not at all. 'EVEflY BOTTLE UUARAHTEED,1 There comes in him, and ho returned to the house, BOQKI.KT AND PKOOPS FRKU. UuliaiM Whionjmonlhir roploe sent dee mol Burekn Chemical & Manufacturing " weeping. "Oh, It Uu't tho samo i!yHPi,l' !" colors, and besu. ."wr number contains of new here another element Iirul Pistes, in u NUX.II I1Y AT.b JlltUCUISTS, plroimrtspna Chemists, ho said. "It Isn't tho samo feller Company, Manufacturing houies, with plans, ensbllna builders fo show ilia iciubdioiiuiiiji6., T. tons. ' I The Tarifl reforms have been so wo bad last year," lste.pie.isri and secure contracts Aildress a Crosse, Wisconsin. MUNN A aUi OtKMUWAT. er (yORY(jQ t " "U AN HONOrtABLG THIEF. The Night froitler VVm at Mood OAW Word. at Ills It FL0AT6 M purest Norway Cod-ltvOil, the finest Ilypophosphites, and chemically pure Glycerine, all combined into a perfect Emulsion so that it will never change or lose its integrity. 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I tried the so. called "Keeley Cure," various other reracdies.but without success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-Cur" Three weeks I commenced using your preparation, and today I consider myself completely cured, I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobac co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has complelely left me I consider jour "Baco-Curo- " simply wonderful.aud can fully recpinmend it! Yours very truly, C W. Hohnick, DON'T STOP T? """ TOBACCO BACO-CURO- BACO-CUR- -- o ago-to-da- 111 Baco-Curois- a 4-O- O R AM PL 3 Ticco Solid Oak ouly ,.. Bed-Roo- m piess-4., '. - REDUCTION ALL ALONG' TUB LINE. Suits, largo Rovel Plato, d ...... together with .,,,,. SH.OO, pesis-tentl- 1 Extra largo Plato, 3 Pieco Oak Suit for Largo Solid Oak Sideboard Rovol and finished; Chairs all for ',, .815.00 Baco-Cur- 0 high back Oak Plate, nicely carved Dining .$15.00 and WAKE Jbo o I Parlor Suits $10 50, and up. WE lead In STOCK and STYLE, PRICES RIGHT. 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