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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895060701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . iijMHimi-jjji-j-u- . ..s.nan ii' ti' ll Wll llil.lJmn-ijj.-.jf;'- j 1T.H.'nron J. L. Carson & Son, I A The Haetided Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, n.illii ,. im,lt n ,VT . I) WPJW.H HA YE TO U PAID YOUR SBITIOS! Cnroful Itstlmntcs iiinde on nil pentering and Ilulldliig. Terms sonable. Hurtlord, Ky. Carrea- Will allow how you ntrmtl with The Hopubllonn. Pay up n'ntl onoysarln Acivanoo mjtl wo w III Band you Tho Louisville Wookly CoimtioTulnl ono yoar TIJIS TACI froo. Subaorlbo ntonoo. VOL. VII. Till! HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1895. NltNU OV NO. 45. P110FB88I0NAL 3- Till'. IIIIOtIK, What is I haste by hill nnd valley, I haste by mend nnd lea, I am the iiiwsngc bearer I'rom the tnomitnlns ami sen, I am the iiiotiiitaliis' courier, And every meadow tlitllls While I carry to thu oewin The tidlnri ot thtjhitU. And every meadow henrs it, I'or. rn I ro each day, I forget the message, I sang It all the way. I.t resident o Maryland, yet It is stated he will make ' hfs honelhere after . his marriage. rills: d And As is well known, the widow of Prom their eternal altars General Logan continued her resiFor rvermore shall rise dence in this city nfter the death of In all the Kdcn freshness her husband, and she has always been The hazy mists of summer Castorla, Castorla. That o'er their summits dwell an active and prominent figure in soBrood like a benediction "Caitotla la an excellent medicine for chil" Castorla to well adapted tochlldren that cial and charitable circles. Her home That says that nil is well. dren. Mother litre repeatedly told me of ill I recommend it a lupertor to any prescription on the heights overlooking the city good eOett upon their children." known to me." What do I tell the ocean? H. A. Aacnaa, M. D is one of the points of interest to visOaooOD, D0. CLowell, Mtn. I say the hills are lair lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. itors, and those who gain admission And drink nn ever- -f reshier health " Castorla l the Lett remedy for children of "Our physicians In the children' depart can examine the extensive collection Prom heaven's enfolding air: which am acquainted. I hope the day U no"t ment hare ipoken highly of their experiwith which she has made o( memenThat sunward ferns arc springing far dlitant when mother will consider the ence In their outside practice with Castorla, Within theirdeepest glooms, toes connected with the career of her real Interest of their children, and use Castorla and although we only hare among our And that the fields are drifted Instead of the various quack nostrums which medical tuppllea what known a regular distinguished husband. Iu fact, she are destroying their kned onei, by forcing product, yet we are free to confess that the With snow of apple blooms: some time ago had ail addition built opium, morphine, toothing syrup and other merit of Castorla ha won ua to look with Aud that there's mighty music hurtful agent down their throat, thereby favor upon It" to the house where there is a room Where mountain torrents meet, lending them to premature grave." Vmitbo HoariTAL axd Distkjoaky, with a lofty ceiling, and here arc colAnd that the limit ol nature Da. J. V. KiKciiaLon, Boston, Mass. For evtrmore Is sweet. lected most of her precious lelics. Conway, Ark. Aixsh C Surra, rrn. The presence ol these and other womWhat do I tell the ocean? Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. Tho Centaur en who might be mentioned, lend nn I say the hills are high, But draw new youth each morning addional interest to the society of the From the chalice of tlia sty: Nation's Capital. , They nre living They drink the virtue of the day, representatives of much that is iinpnr-tiThe great sun's heat and light, In the history of this country.aml And bathe themselves in stillness And the silence ol the night. they are objects not only of attention And the winds around their summits but of respect and affection from With strong, triumphant breath, thousands of citizens who admire the Proclaim above a land of graves lives and revere the memories of their That there can be no death. husbands. ' What do I tell the ocean? Auother woman whose husband That lite blooms everywhere; bore a prominent part in the late war gCURES H0TH1HG BUT PILES.g That the day is fclad with mulic, and is regarded with affectionate inAnd all the world is fair. 9 A auRE nnd CERTAIN CURE 7 K I Aud the proud tiger lilies terest, is the widow of .General Phil ii,j3jHaM 9 known for 10 yonrsna tho B iftfc: And the meadow grasses near, FAT Sheridan. It was here that General REMEDY for PILES, And all the drooping willows 7 BEST Sheridan had his home, and it was And alders bend to hear, tmtntirveuxisaixtsa..s7.taa.? My song of joy and gladness wjKSLW&itXL here that he died. Mrs. Sheridan My song of hope and glee, was left with quite a family ol young Makes one long strip ol greenness children, and the years of her widowProm the mountain to the sea. hood are being passed in devoted atSo I will tell the ocean tention to their training nndeluca-tioWhat the strong mountains say, It is probable that before many With nil the added gladness years have passed the valuable public I have gathered on the way; service of all these men will be comThat the smile of deathless beauty, memorated by erection in this city of As at creation's birth, With all its old, eternal charm. some suitable memorial. A great Still glorified the earth. many of heroes of the late war have To tell this to the ocean been honored in this way, and arI through the land am whirled, rangements have been perfected for a So that its mightier anthem W4 1 uj 91 BU fcjl K May tell it to tbe world. Hi statute to General Ixgan to be placed means so much more than New Yoak Sun. iu this city. you imagine serious and ISJUSTAOCOODFORAOULTS. The criticism is some times made fatal diseases result from VAnRANTED. PRICE OOcts. SOME PROMINENT WOMEN. that while this honor has beeu paid OaLATU. Ills., Not. M, 18M. trifling ailments neglected. Tarts Medtema Co., St. Louis, Mo. OM to men renowned in war, those who bolUe of leUeniuni-- W kU I si .year, JJon t play with Nature s OllOVK'M TASTKLKMI CHILL TONIC and hara given their time and thtir servthis year. In all lunt Ihrea 14arcs already the drua tmslnasa.oar ax Tho Widows of Distinguish- haveto greatest gift health. bar) yaari. In verlmea of article Out ices their country in other capaciffara such universal salLf xiarvr soli an Uyouarcfctllnr ed' mon who Resido iwuun as your JWc Yours truly, ties have been neglected. There arc, out of aorti.'wcak Aiixsr.CAna 4 Co. aud generally ex however, in this city statues ol Abrain Washinghansied, ticrvout, Vor ante by nilllntnaA Hell.llnrlfonl have no appetite : ham Lincoln, Chief Justice Marshall, ton. and can't work, President Garfield and Prof, Joseph becin The Lexington Henry. It is not unlikaly that in the bl atrencthenlnr; Special to Tim RnrunuCAN. nediclne.whlchii Crown' Iron Bit The widow ol James G. Blaine has near future steps will be taken to dj tira. A few botBusiness College. tles been a figure in society at the Na- honor to the memory ofjadies G. cotnta from the I'lNCORPORATCD ) try first dose ti tion's Capital of special Interest dur- Blaine, the statesman. : tiatm tur Although Mrs. ing the past season. aiiiu il pleasant lu take. 8100 Itenrnrtl, 8100. Blaine is still in mouring for her The readers of this paper will be distinguished husband, and in consepleased to learn that there is at least quence does not go out in general soKtdnev and Liver I Dvxnetutil. ciety, yet she is found occasionally at one dreaded disease that science has Neuralsla, Troubles. the home of close friends, 'and has been able to cure In all Its stages nnd Constipation, Bad Blood made her appearance on several oc- that is Catarrh, Halt's Catai rlt Cure Malaria, Nervou allmenU She at- is the only posit ivecure known to the casions at small companies. Women's complaints. Ctt only th tmolne It has cross. J red tended the recent wedding of Miss medical fraternity. Catarrh being a lines on the vrl.pixr. All olhtrs ate On rccalpt ot two x. slampa w loiter, as the relations between the constitutional disease, requires a conwill .mil ..f nf T.n nA.nflf.l WnvLI1. families have been, during recent stitutional treatment. Hall's Catirrh iFalr Vlcwa and book Irta. dipuriiisi f nsvsaHtH MU. DALMMUHO, years, quite intimate. When the Cure is taken internally, acting loiters came to this city to reside they rectly upon the blood and mucous deleased the Blaine house on Dupont surface of the system, thereby Ti wmI XiolaalTtMTlH7. circle, which in near the house they stroying the foundation of the disease, UbU IHtaWaahMs WftakMftlllBa BuliU, Uk.i lor a family U At that and giving the patient strength by aa4 otUl Wa.t ttaatt Ua lands. Ik.a have built and now occupy. fiUa Til lial fcuo, thtahlMt1a astMkufc THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. time Mr. Blaine was In private life, building up the constitution and Urrtt, ftrlaki, fiIUba4 dlttta. ltnnettnt U'tfA Af State A. ST. Caltfa iMIfeUau. when he accepted office again he sisting nature in doing' its work. a. IVAX"1aaoj aaaernal irivaa. n caiai and I Burnt, llio Mot. lllsbpat Oltlrlnl rrnur Qf tUo Collect?,r.tdarat VSrcrctfcrr and louimuoltti, Ibu l'rrklUciik purchased the residence on Lnfayette The proprietors have so much faith aud tun of it. Htalt in its curatsve powers, that they of 13, tjunVi, O f Uiv TrnMtircr ljiitnv Hocurlty Trust udO Baftty vrt UABKUON li CO., tUra a. square, which he fitted up for his use VtHt IHi. iu OlploiUH. ItlH'OJlCirDi:!) IIV ttirmroriurcfttful o! were spent. fer One Hundred Dollars for any case aud where his last days tutlnl. whoRt mi WrlM ttfsrrgate liuutlreu llioiiMtnda) nl iiollur pr annum. As is well known, that house has that it fails to cure. Send for list ol IStKKIIUNClaM. SHirM of tlie Itatllnfr pro trlenja testimonials. fkWtan. and butlmwi men who are tti been torn down and n theater buildami tuiruiiH. hjHtut of actual rn4.lcnl OKR 01VRS UBLIRI. In wvrv dvpart Address, P. I, CIIENF.Y & CO., lmtliiri lnitrurtloa ukc. oy hut murr jiihi. ing is being erected on the site. DurUltll. nuiBt'A V alumni equal i AWAUMH, "All blTIMT AMI UIUIII.MTllrnna Meilala and , liraL I'rcmluinii. (Inlil H...41 ing the past winter' Mrs. Blaine has Toledo, 0. iru eto ," at the Iittrruullonal Iilitoniatfix uoil lion, awarded the )tfin of WHEN YOU GO TO QWENSBQRO been living In the big house on DutarSold by Druggists, 75c. Head CALL ON llunUKreittr Uifd In tlii IA Colit-c- prntlcal rettr urilnaliirw l)iinrlmeitl. pont circle, the only members of the tiPrfiiea,'botiT-kcp- . ranavKperl iircouiitant A Ureal Oiler. IIIIJIIIIHT AtVAlil) OF HOUIk'M CO. family with her being her son, James Wy. " The KXIMIHITION to ' edition IAMIIIIAN What do I tell the ocean? hills That 011 the And perfumed 'winds of healing sun-kisse- d music-haunte1 X 1 nt Castorlii is Dr. Bninuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants mid Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotlo Milistnnce. It Is n harmless nubstltuto for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing' Syrups, and Castor OH. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' uso by Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms nnd allays fcvorlshncsH. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Dlnrrltrca nnd Wind Colic. Castorla relieves teething troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. Castorla nsslmilatcs tho food, regulates tho stomach' nnd bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Castorla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. And the lily blooms grow whiter, And loud the meadows ring With tbc exultant' gladness Of the message that I sing. what do 1 tell tlie ocean? That all the hills are stron And nil the forests on their tISctts Milodfous with snnir. TI1.1t. tn he youth ol nature 'flic hoiry hills are true, And thxt tlie ancient mountains And this old world arc new. and docs not intend to occupy It for Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report She proposes to another season. lease it furnished, nnd itjls said tint Mr. WeMlnghotise, the Inventor ol contemplates occupythe ing it next year, j The widow nl nuothcrdtVllngut'hcd ML man, Mrs. U S Orwt, hit been &S5!2r3 spending the greater piify of the winBSlLV'lUEE.Y ter In Washington, and his been ng with her daughter, Mrs. Sartorls, who occupies a leasod hodse. (While ADOUT LMBt-CMtgave It root. Mrs. Grant's plans fot the future have Once planted In Purls tho practice The MnlUeunc0 'tr Many of Tlicin Etiroad fully decided upon, yet It is not been spread to other continental cities, espetd III Mystery. understood that she intends to make Whnt tlio learned Mr Allien oneo cially Berlin, where horseflesh Is conher future home here, nnd has been called "A Visible Imajfcof nn Invisible sumed In considerable quantities by the poorer clashes, nnd the medical auThine," h fLCl the emblem, Iicih so litlooking nround lor a suitable house tle leeonl In taodern times, that even thorities and humanitarians nre raising It sceuM to bj now pretty ccrtniu tho pnc;clnrn.illu (rlvo conceriitiiff It their voices against what they juAtly Jhst Mrs. Sartorls will marry again, only tho dictionary definition. Vat' consider a barbarous and dangerous two conlurlue ago II formed the subject custom. the fortunate man, nccdrliitg to ru The inodicnl men warn the eaters of fcr thu tvorlt of bui.iu of the Gent mor, being Gen. Kj d Douglas, of writers, painters and horseflesh that the horse Is peculiarly lyjKnivcrs of nlr-bm- ko, OARD. & Powder PURE Baking - OWKNSnOHO, KY. Will practice M protmiop in Dnvtcra nnd adjoining c.iiiuiia, 8n-t-- i intention given lis CtJItOllbM. (Jllicc, Hunk of t'oniincrce Jltiililing. LAWYER, J.M. It. "W Jnn.s. Glenn, J. LAWYERS,Ky. IIARTFOltD, (OfHee, GLENN & WRnniNfi. orer Aml.r.on'a Ilasnar.) - 1 , Will practico their profession n alt ui viiiuniiu niijoiiiing counties, nod court of Appeals") ' Special cnllfctiniig. attention jiivi-Also Notary Public fnr Ohio county. uiuuiiiiu Maryland, While Gen, Douglas is a while autlcvulty (ins Illustrated It In n myrlnd of forma, tho roeautntf of which In In thousands of Instances lost to us In tho mystery nnd dailcncsH that overshadows tho history of so much of fT,(51Wl ynPCtrW"!Hg3B !Jr5 'tjfr -- ointment liable to the dlscubc known as trichino sis, also found lu hogs, und while cooking generally destroys tho germs of this disease, It cannot always bo do4 ponded on to do so. Tho disease Is frightfully fatal In ItsWccts'und bafhuman life. Any object which presents at n fles medical skill. The humanitarians take tho ground glance n meaning beyond Its mere Is nn emblom. Tho torch for of sent) men t, urging tho almost human Illumination, thescnlca for Justice, tho affection of tho horse und tho closo anchor for Hope, tho owl for Wisdom, companionship ho has shared with man the butterfly for the Soul, tho scythe-nn- slnco tho dawn nf tho human race. A s base return, they deem It, to slaughter for death. The first attempt at wrltlnp; was emblematical, and cat this noble crcatdre. In spite is so to this day. of these warnings and protests nnd Is on the IncrcnRu In Europe. Bo wero tho Egyptian hieroglyphics the same can bo said of our own It has not yet reached Englnnd, nor Is it likely to as long as tho roost beef Indian picture writing. All coinage, from tho first Hebrew and mutton of Australia and New Zeashekel to the lost American dollar; all land last. Still, If tho sentimental tho flags of all nations; all state or na- Britishers are too squeamish to eat their horses, they ore not too squeamtional seals, are emblematical of something. Tho cross, tho crown, the scep- ish to sell thorn to the continent to bo eaten. Quite a number1 of superannuter, tho miter, every church steeplo in every land, mosque, miuarot und pago- ated cqulncs aro exported fdr that pur-11-0 so. da, tcmplo and shrine, Idol and fetish, all aro emblems. Every letter in every language, every figure, the sign of every trade and profession, tho rccs of Ihigland, the lilies When Baby was sIcV, vre gave her Castoits. of France, Ireland's shamrock aud Wben she was a Child, aha tried tor fpaatorU. Scotland's thistle, are nil emblems. When sLo became M, ah clung to Castorla. And yet, strangely enough, It Is only When aba had Children, she gave thein Castorla, by peruistcnt search Unit one can And cot cvod tbo least about tho origin of tills class of art, tlio meaning of Its varied forms, tho hidden senso being often lost utterly whllo only the form remains. IlHVe toii reneueu yenr aubaerlp-t-t lor 1S03T HIS LEO WAS BROKEN. hour-glasChinese-writing: JTaznes IplIIY-'J&ti- -W .rJ-L-rVi Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Special attention given Appeals. collections. Oiilco east side ot ptiKi'i Eijuare. HAttTKiim. ky. - - f M. I.. IlriAVRiN. Sill-ui- Taylor. BEAVfilN Attorneys at'Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thler profcssi6n in all the Courts df Ohio nrid adjoining counties, nnd in tbo Court of Appeals. Special attention 5 given to collections. Office, Hank of Hartford. next, door to .f Perry Wcster-field, Attorney j.it !Law. BeavekDam, Ky. K,D.OUPFT. y . SC ggttorneys Hartford, , IRiaaEro, B,I. BINGO not It Was a Wooden Lee and Didn't Hart film Seriously. Polico officers detailed In charge of lWmW &kJ& n. TASTELESS niiir-:Healt- h i f Brown's Iron postal wagons see more of tho woes and Ills of suffering humanity than most people. Lata ono night a short tlmo ago a Chicago saloonkeeper called for the ambulance from tho West Chicago avenuo station, saying there was a man lying on tlio sidewalk near Carpenter and Front streets badly Injured and unconscious. Tho unfortunnto was bundled Into tho umbulunco nnd landed In the examining room at tho county hospital. On tho way- to the hospital tho sufferer became- partially conscious and indicated that his right leg was tho cause of great discomfort. LIo could not speak English, but tho offlcero understood that his right leg had been injured. In the examining room ho mado an extremely wry face when tho physlcan approached, and It was then discovered lie had been drinking heavily. Tlio physician felt the man's right leg between tho knee nnd ankle without drawing up the pantaloons or exposing tho skin, and found the bone broken badly four or five Inches above tho ankle, und the patient was then removed to tho operating room. Hero a moro complete examination was made, and It was learned the man's right leg was broken In the most terrible manner. When the patient saw tho condition of his leg he actually shed tear. It was a wooden leg, and ho was drunk and bemoaning the expense to bo Incurred in the purchase of another leg. - 2Con.vu.dcy. Will practice 111 all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties,' .Superior An hour before noon I overtook a Court and Court of Appeals," Colyoung man with a camera who was lections and nil legal business attendmaking snap shots by the wayside, ed to. Office 32D E. Market St., A few minutes later we met a mountaineer on a mule with a sack of corn It. R. WEDDING behind him, and after salutations had been exchanged the artist said he would like to take his picture. IlAitTror.i), Ky. "Is that thing fur takiu' pictures?" Will prnctico his profession Jn all "Yes takes a regular photograph." tho courts ot T)hio and adjoining "Would it look like me." counties. Also Notary Public. Office, mom 20, Hartford House. "Of course." "And the mewl?" llar.you paid Mo Ue I'or n (ilnirrs. t ,gaw, Attorney at" Haw, Bitters i7 cure-ben- enl It Cures SteniMl t PtaTTaN. Rl PANS ' 44-4.- t. fin of Hburlhand," tauvht In hU I'uiUpTi'. and (be lllffliret lUidorevuariit In tlio Murld to tlie Jivad ul anr Hbortnanu icarmient tan ex- court reportM), fmm Iii) atiihur ol iuia mricui. V('f.laJIAllI V. Miirlntalidrill utufoiiv hai record llntl.vay and TrlrvrHlt cf 11 years' iirarttmi vx .writ; lice, rrum nign. Outralbr ffn thief Train Dispatcher, witli ihb artrahaL I'riinl: I itma In A nirlL' i:iiilorard by I UpeVatur, irtirnos andaiuiill llio only oieratliiti KfKMl itiuK lu graduates to go direct to iirurtlcal uperatorw BNTIIVCTION In all '1iim VorU. detMirliiint4. I'llimwlth ai roiinw, lnniansblp. lluslneaa (orreflpondonei-- , I'ommerclat Law, Coinmurclal Arllhinetle nnd Upplllntf. " ua;iMiViliTAi4 Mo iif tMMlti'i i i" DNpatchera, Hujerlnteiidentat 'Ur'i ilwajr and companies. . ..uoi in iue way Hystem for aim aiuriii owimiit tho Hull tlefh FOXDTOUIIAFZIZ3$, Mrs. For the finest and Most Artistio Work, (GalUIamilton.) A daughther, Traxton Beale, howeer, has her any size or s tyle. Frtderxea St. , ithoem home In this this city, while the oth3rd and 4A, 6m37 er daughter, Mrs. Damrosch, lives in i ' It is Is understood that New York. 03NT Mrs. Bialne finds the house too large, . i.A i A. CaThed.Cain, TUB CALL El! "Tttice-a-Wcek- G. Blaine, Jr. ,and Miss Abtglal Dodge I'Iaii." POSITIONS. "Our Uunruilt tent Irw. Wrlis far It BI)Ii; NTl'lV, will mvi yna money. Write far Instruction. a u73.ooo.oO 41iiranfrt that oar (JHIff ! rjirepnled, or luontr n IllliUrl. aalStl4n nrill iiiiiihiiimh iiwiitrt, trrfled and lurnlslipii by us, to meal the. raqtlirvmaiHS 01 ur prariiuai .jpinu uiibiiiui-tlollClrrtrlfi and Matrr, surmirellcul. Tlia UlKMt Lldil.must litr rxrlMt valitllstloii I.Tilr quipped sluslncaa ('ollrue llulldloa HilliaNoiiOi. mora iftir will alva you( lha am,"If or a M I... L. 7 L... .1 n. Itiorwis CWUI..I "II, M llluv. as In. tw nuiiiT.i ivlll, man u in. or 0 wiw towpi.jb a laaea .10.. Arir.u such claims, us llawnni Ih.T r rUI.e, lllu.lrat.it Ctttaloaua Ire. 1 QUI) flfflf, is Taq L9aliiiFlolpk !& Ererr Style and Silt, I01dl'iotureB Copied and Enlargeil Pictures la A 8PE0IALTY. 108J Main Slrcot. 0 WKNUBOJIO, KY 0tu37 . sslniton,K7 Wanted. Uverybodyto know that Groves Tastless Chill Tonic is guarantretl to Cure Chills and fever, Lngrippc Bad Colds &c, or your money will be jefunded Iu every instance. Sold by Si Bell, Hartford Ky. L,AH01 Wall Paper. VARIUTy, I.ATRST STYI.R3, AT l'ACTORY I'RICHS. Best quaI.,wiUjout gold 6cto8o per KMl Gold Paper . . . . 8c to 10c per Roll made The Weekly World so popular. Yet the price' h Only Ode Dollar a WOHLD'SDlSrKKSAnr JUDICAL AMOCUTIOMI year. For sample copies a ldress the hav Dear Sin From carlr childhood I from a ilugtrlab - liver with all to dl. World. N. Y. order acoouipauylng- such a companion. Arrangements have been made by Doctors' prescriptions and patent medicines I havo used la auundanou tier onlr afforded temporary relief. I mi recommended to try which we can furnish this piper nnd Dr. Vitro' l'lauaut l'vlluU, I did so, UklDf New York World throo at nlcut and two after dinner every the day for two woclt. I then reduced tbe doo to nil for $j,oo a year. Take advantage one " Fallot " every day and continued thl of this offer and get your own local PIERCER-CUR- E World ynper and Hie at this special rate. OR HONEY HETURNEB. THBRBPUBUCAN. practice for two month. J have la tit month Incrvaaed la solid Uesh, twunty-sipound. ZYrarurv Department, V. S, Immigration A FAITHFUL SENTINEL ouabdimo on or Ukclb Sau'i poutal nu uxiatu aaTinixncc. Setvlct, mtato, I The New York World (formerly Weekly) has proved a phenomena, y success. It is a of six pages, mailed Tuesdays and Fridays: t eight columns to the page; columns each issue. It glve3 the news fully half a week nhead pfany weekly piper, and at the same time, retains all the literary, agricultural miscellany and other feautures which Semi-Weeklforty-eigh- tf.r. f Twlte-a-Wee- k Twlce-n-Wee- k x Finest embossed Paperi5C to 30 pcrR'Il M. K. BASSUTT, B.0.W.6ra 64a Pourth Ave.I)uisvlle,Ky. Iffl"pend 6 cts in jtauips for samples. am In better liealtb than I have been alnoe childhood, Drowsiness aud unpleasant feel-lo- g after moali have onronlotely disappeared, 1 lteapectlully your, the neoole with your advertisement, place It In nnd everybody wilt Thk If von want to reach U,8.Inspeotor of ImnUfriUoa, eeit. pictur. You go down Clinton. You show it around; Purty soon a teller cuius along and says: " 'Dura my hide, but that looks like olejeh Scott, up in the' hills!" "Wall" continued the old man,"in about three days I'd be roostin' iu jail aud hev only myself to blame fur it, while them revenue fellers wotild be jest tickled to death." "But I thought they didn't want you," protested the artist. "No, I reckon they don't, but they would as soon as they siw the pictur' Borne of 'em would recognize the ole critter who locked seven ol 'em up in a stable while the boys were totin' a moonshine still out of a ravine and over the mountains, and as I hain't much of a hand to talk HORSEFLESH FOR FOOD. I'm afraid I couldn't explain how Tna Taste for It Sprcadlnr la Earapa to fall asleep aud leave 'em Nentlment and Hclanee Airalosi It. thar till they cut thar way out Illppophngy, or to speak less euphemistically, the habit of eating horse, through the roof. You can squint at flesh. Is spreading In Europe. While tbe ole mewl am the bag of co" all savagq man Is known to havo sated his day if it will obleege ye, but don't ravenous hunger on horseflesh or any pull trigger till ole eb Scott gits other variety of flesh ho could And, Dtho modern origin of this peculiar down and hides behind a log." taste dates from the siege of Paris, etroit Pree Press. war. when during tho tho populace were compelled from dire 111 U w nccofisl ty to sacrifice this noble quadANOTHER BABY SAVEB. ruped to sustain life. Many acquired it tasto for tho moat und tho demand for It did not ccuso with tho capitulaMutHff w fwM lu tutt M4 tion of tho city. tor WW Ul Ira seen on sale at many .. r , 1 It was to rwMtcur itk. of the batchers' stalls, nnd hat been MhyNotHui a staplo article of diet for ever since THK BEST1 thousands of the poor of the French hMUMPHi capital. For horseflesh Is much cheaper ?v tatM Cm tmm'f-3-y than beef. Beef In Pari Is worth ' , iHWIaVOM, tt twenty cents a pound, while horsuflesh OwintriftkUlttur can Ira had for eight cents a pound, Ull It fUI4 M nUla. which uffords a reason why the barf4f book u4 UUtH.UU f"W, barous custom should take a Arm hold 2Be,AB0c.BottlM. w. rLa.A&ca. people when onco necessity uoou theao .1..'r. .;'"-"- " Franco-l'russlan abouts do not think the Inventor of the klnctoscopo li such a very great man. "lie only got It (the Idea) accidentally." said one woman. On my way out I met a locomotive engineer who knew Edison, and ho told mo with great gleoof a really practical accomplishment of the Inventor's ability to rvn a locomotive "Edison onco todo In my cab," he said, "and bo told mo how, when he was a train dispatcher, ho once forgot orders and allowed two trains on the same- section of track. Ha corrected his mistake, but not so soon that tho from collision was due to him, and ho was discharged. Whllo walking for a train to tho next town It was In tlie west an accident happened to an engineer who was to take an Important train up tho road. No ono to replace him was at hand, and Edison took his placo and ran tlio train. Think of thatl" added tho engineer. "Yes." "Then I'll have to disappint ye. Thar was afeller up yere with ai squiutin, masheen like that, aud he t met my brother Bill. He sot on a Hartford, Ky. rock and squinted at him and jogged practico his profcseiqn in all along. When he got down to Knox-vill- e WILL courts of Ohio nnd adjoining he fixed the picture' up and was counties and Court of Appcalsr Specshowin't around when a feller says to ial attention given to collections. Office over Cnrsdn & Co. him: "Whar did ye meet this yere crits B. tcr?" "Up above Gumberlaud Gap." " 'And iriougt his"' first name be Dill?" HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tho '"I reckon.' courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. " 'And his last name Scott.' Careful attention given to all business HOME VIEWS OF EDISON. " 'The same.' abcut all they, said, but n entrusted to him. Office in IIetjju-lio- ak "That's Some of Ilia Neighbors Don't Uetloia That Building. Ua Ja Such a tVond.r. Attar Alt. the co'se of three days a lot of revenue o (Prophets nre not the only great officers cum along and gobbled on to without honor In their own country, said a man who bad spent soma Bill, and he's in the Albany prison time at Menlo Park looking for Thomas doin time yit They dun reckoned A. Edison. I wanted to see tho experihe was In Texas till they saw his HARTFORD, KY, mental apparatus on whlth tbo AmeriWill practice his can wizard Is at work with a view to re"But as the revenue officers don't courts of Ohio andprofession in all th ducing iron oro by electricity. The ailjolui'ug counties. workmen told mo I could see it only want you, that removes theobjection," Careful attention will be 'given to with tho permission of Mr. Edison, explained the artist. Col entrusted to his care. whom I could And somewhere about "If pears to, but it don't doit," lections a specialty. Office with the place. To my disappointment I the failed to find him, but I had an In- replied the old man, as he lookd up county Attorney. Also Notary Public structive search. The people there- and down the road, "You take my JT. . W. H. Bjm&pss i? AT4M Jo. KOGffiks, Kttorney at Law, ' poo-pl- Attorney at, Law, , plc-tur'- ." Xi. EOQBES, KY. AtTORjS'EY AT'IAW, GREENVILLE, Will practice bis profession in all tho courts jf Muhlenberg and adjoining counties. Special attention will be given to collections and all business entrusted to his care. JXTDSlIj, Attorney ai JCaw, DE3. DF. (Cbmily Attorney) HARTFORD, KY. Will practico bis profession in tlio Couttsot Ohio nnd adjoining counties. ' Special attention given to col. lections. Office iu Courthouse J. " ' R. P8RTLE inn. iiminjMi.a DENTIST IIAKTPOKD, KliNTUCKY. I Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. jn mjHT FIFP.Tnin TTlFPrinHF t Ottr. VIM SM taous, hpu ssUir tijuiLlrr.- - KJTj U imr mt ac HmW,. siul ot&c. GriHtUMtoonwia tail UnI MlUr on rth. 011 Oaf ffataTtff - asjaaaja fff r CaubSMUUal 111 iilniMiiMlMHm-- . n in ltsitimimmstmmmmm MM iriny mi wi4 "!- - -- V v .,, w. . J( W.yayt 'W( 'lJ''?T','f ' " "" ' ,Sh - a'- - -- -,. -- v. u.ii i liMii" riffiniiii f - ii .... mil j - ""T' i mmmm of going to press no could bo learned from the Con1'UnUSIIUD KVBRY FIUDAY MOnNINO vention regarding nominations furthNASI A. AMIKKNOX .I'roirlf Inr. er than the nomination of William 0. i:titor. Jo. n. nour.iM .... Bradley for Governor by acclama- Hartford Republican At tirao LEBANON. Readable Article on tho Currency Question. Ludanoh, Ky., June 3rd, 1895 As the dog days approach us, Democratic politics keeps time with the weather in gnwing hot. The big men and the little men joining in the chorus, siuging their songs of free silver have met with a few harnioni-ca- t jars or discords, since Carlisle, in obedience to the commands of his Chief, has joined the troupe in Ken tucky and insists on singing an other song pitched lu altogether another key. Mr. Carlisle's speeches would have greater weight, were he to acknowledge in a straight forward manly way, that from a larger experience in financial matters, he has learned the views he formerly entertained and advocated in Congress, are ruinous to the best interests ot the country and he has therefore abandoned them; and now joins with the Republicans in hdvocating the sound money principles always ndvo-dat- ed by that party, instead of evad ing his former position before the country on that question, a position so susceptible of proof so easily escer-til- nly Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Junh 7, 1895. STATE SENATOR. Wr arc authorized to announce Dr. A. D. Jambs, Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate lor State Senator in the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. REPRESENTATIVE. We arc authorized to aunouuee Esq. W. I. Rowe, Of Centcrtown, as a candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Republic- an party. an party. We arc authorized to announce C. M. Darnott A candidate to represent Ohio county in the next House oi Representatives, subject to the action of the Republic Biiadley is tho man. convention was tho greatest ever held in the Stato. It TnE Populiet convention very harmonious meeting. was a been discovered in a tion." The Convention is by far tho larg'City park at Patterson, New Jersey. est and most enthusiastic ever held The ticket is a very strong ono and merits tho support of tho people in the State and augurs success for the ticket. of the entire State, tion. Tlio Convention has adopted a sound platform and the Financial and Tarifl planks are as follow: "We are opposed to the free and unlimited coinage of silver, believing that it would involve the country in financial ruin. We believe in a sound currency, and in the use of both gold and silver for coinage, provided, always, that a dollar in one is made precisely as valuable as a dol lar in the otber. "We favor a tarifl so regulated as to protect the interests of all classes of our citizens upon articles that may be successfully manufactured or produced in this country, thus insuring good wages to the laborer and a home market to the producer; and in connection with this; we favor the of the doctrine of reel procity. We believe that such a system will defray every governmental expenses, gradually liquidate an in debtedness, restore public confidence and relegate to the rear the undue excitement now prevailing concern" ing the currency. In view of the past financial history of the Democratic party, its devotion to the old State-ban- k system and wildcat tendencies, we affirm that the Republican party can be more safely trusted to regulate the financial system of the na- Gold has tablished. Mr. Carlisle, until the present time never advocated any national policy that would have failed to be hurtful to the country's best interests if adopted. Men are not inclined to attribute honesty of purpose to him now, though he be sincere In his conversation, and they arc excusable for not doing so. Whatever may be his motive, however, ,and left him the benefit of the doubt, he is right now though his speeches have served to cause a breach iu the Democratic ranks in Kentucky. There was hardly a perceptible breach in their ranks before he came, for the opposition to free silver had scarcely sufficient advocates in the state to entitle them to the dignity of a faction. Now they are well divided. So little does a Democrat know what he wants or what is Democracy, that one bugle blast from a, certain direction overturns all his preconceived opinions of what is true Democracy and places his feet in a path leading directly opposite to the road he was traveling. Joe Blackburn, John Rhea and their ilk', are going to control the state convention or know the reason why. A wilder set of revolutionists never had in hand a more dangerous 'political party than the free silver NevDemocrats of Kentucky er were wilder revolutionists than Blackburn and Rhea, and a more dangerous rabble than the Democrats of Kentucky seized with the free silver craze and led by these men. These two men are gifted with gab and a daring oi purpose only, unsound in judgment, a deficit in information, they are better equipped to send the country to h-- in a hand basket than a score of other men in Kentucky today. Neither one of them ever advocated a sound principle in their lives nor made a correct statement of a fact unless by accident These are chieftains who will control the next Democratic state convention, and the hypocritical Louisville Post and the old Courier Journal, that kaleidoscopical organ of anything pronounced Democratic will fall Into line with their tails tucked between their legs and bark as loud as big dogs at the head of the procession. Following faithfully on their trail, while sound money Democrats, with more principle than partsanism, will vote .for Brad-le- y thereby redeeming Kentucky fiom the control of n party always dange rous yet growing more threatening each day of its existence and pursuing with zeal the most ruinous of policies. -l who has the reputation of having invented tho corn planter, died at Galesburg, 111., George Brown, Sunday, A deficit of $54,000,000 in tho Notional Treasury by the close of Great July is now to be expected. Administration, this! Great forest fires raged throughout a large portion of Pennsylvania Much on Monday and Tuesday. damage was done and two lives were lost. Mr. James P. Miller was nominated by the Populists last Monday Mr. Miller is for Representative. one of tho best men in the county and is well qualified to fill the posi- One of the most important cases in which tho people oi Hartford have been interested in many years was filed in the circuit court week before laet.Tho town marshal levied on a colt of Mr. E.D.Gufly to sccuro the payment of bis School Tax. The latter gentleman immediately instituted proceedings securing an order of delivery and suing tho School Trustees and the Marshal for ' $100 damages. This suit calls in question the validi ty of the tax which has supported Hartford College many years. It has been contended at many times with earnestness that the tax was Marion county may well be taken ns THE CONVENTION. an index to what is going on in the state. As a candidate, Clay (s a stradat the dle, that is he keeps his mouth shut Populists Meet Court House and on the sliver question ond you can take your choice. He is silver to Select Delegates those who arc for silver and gold to to Their State those who are for gold. Convention. Before Tim Rrtodmcan containing this communication will be due j. p. MiLi.ER ron itr.riiEiir.NTATivr. and given your readers, our State Last Monday was the day named convention will have been held and our ticket placed in the field. Brad- for the populists of Ohio county to meet and nominate a candidate for ley nud Long we know will be nominated, further than that, at this Representative and to select delegates writing, it is difficult to determine. ot their State Convention which meets Our field to select from is wide, how- at Louisville July 4th. Chairman Miller of the County ever, and good material is abundant and I have no fears that mistakes Committee called the convention to order and made an able speech, after will be nnde. C J. which he declared nominations in orTo the" ItVpiibllcniia ol Ohio County, Sev for Temporary Chairman. 1 have not been unmindful of the der many flaterting solicitations, bothpri- - eral names were presented, and Judge vate and public, from various parts of Newton was finally elected. A. S. the county, for me to make the race Worsley was chosen Secretary. It was moved and seconded that a for Representative in the approachcommittee be appointed on Resoluing contest. My hesitation and fall, ure to respond to these solicitations tions, and the chair appointed the has been due to the fact that I regard following gentlemen as a committee: the coming contest In many respects Messrs F. W. Pirtle, J. P. Miller, G. the most Important in the history of S. Hamilton, A. S. Worsley and J. J. Bracken. While the committee on our party in the county. For the first time, after pears of successive Resolutions were out, R. H. Stevens Pren-tidefeats, we seem to be on the eve of introduced Mr. Tom Sbultz, of who made a 8ecch, which was a victory in the State.and the responsibility resting upon our standard-beare- rs listened to with interest by all who in the various counties will were present. The Committee on Resolutions made the following rebe greater than usual. The success of those principles to which wend-her- e port: Resolved, That we approve the call and a change in our State govof the State convention ou July the ernment is more to be desired than 4th, and also the call for the conventhe preferment of any individual. RailIn response to those who have an- tion to nominate a candidate for road Commissioner for the First Disnounced themselves partial to me for this position, I will say that I have trict, and also for the call of this conthe utmost confidence in my patty to vention. 2nd, That we condemn the action select in calm judgment, the first one of the United States Court in their to lead our forces and I shall make no unseenly scramble for the nomina- decision against the Income Tax Law, tion. Should the party see fit to se- and we also condemn the action of lect me, I shell endeavor to see that the Court of Appeals in their decision in favor of the banks and we commend the confidence is not misplaced. If the action of Judge Harlan and of the it is thought that some one else ran Judges of the U. S. Supreme make us a better candidate, I shall be other Court in their Income Tax decision, thoroughly satisfied and the nominee, who ever he may be, can command and also the action of Judges Paynter, Lewis and Gutfy in the Bank Tax my services at any time. Resp'y, decision. s, the niispecies and ciTorts of the Avery Byers Post N6. 195 G. A. R. on the 30th, ult the graves ol Samuel Mox ley and Asa Godsey, worthy soldles of the Wor of the Rebellion, serving in the 17 regiment Kentucky Vol. Inft., were appropriately decorated by their surviving comrades. At least four hundred persons were present and participated in the exercises or were present to honor the dead nnd exhibit their respect for the organization, whose motives and aims Nervous and Weak Hood's Sarsaparllla Made Him a ' Different Man. ate so worthy ol the sympathy and respect of the bencficatles ol their heroic devotions to duty in the hour of peril nnd who stood in the pitiless storm of "shot nud shell," where it tried men's souls. And for what purpose, for what remuneration the dreadful exposure to the storm of battle, the long march, the couch of earth or bed ot straw, blighting, deadly diseases, heat and cold in sucWho can ancess or amid disaster? swer? They, the soldiers of the War, can aid us in the solution of the question by paying to sixty million of citizens a Reunited Republic, honoring the same flag, now floating in the breeze from Maine to Texas, Millions that once were slaves, bending to their toil, stupid, ignorant and debased, now shouting or singing songs of Ireedom, building school houses and churches, and pushing out to a higher destiny. Nor is this all but space forbids a further mention. After decorating the graves in the usual way with beautilul flowers, emnt blematic lu their purity of the or inspiration which gave birth to the custom, a good dinner was served by the neighbors iu attendance, alter which speaking and recitation of suitable poems were in order and indulged iu by Mr. John Storms, Revs. Rob. Oldbam, Henry Burch, Geo. H. Lawerencc and Drs. senti-time- Mr. U". II. Xttui Enrcltn Spring", Ark, cannot And words In which to oxprcti "I my thankf ulncas for whtt Hood's ha dons for my hatband. Ha was afflicted with rheumatlim and the grip. It loit hU rpotIto,Tra nervous and hU actions became alogsUh, having no Ufa at all about htm. Ha aeemed a wreck. At lat ho decided to aka Hood'a BartaparlUa, and after taking two bottles he felt aa though ho waa well. Ho continued taking it, and today he teeta and looka like Bana-pullU A Different Man. Our home la nerer without Hood's Bar eaparllla. We will not accept any other Jrom our drugglit. Hood'a BartaparlUa Hood's? Cures &roy Steam OWE-Nsnon- cannot be recommended too highly. Vi'e cheerfully recommend Itood'a and Hood'a I'lllt." Mrs. W..II. Unit, Box 678, Eureka Bprlnge, Ark. Hood's Pills cure constipation byresterlna the pcrUtaltlo acUoa of Ut alimentary canal Laundry, Ky. Does finest work of any laundry in the West. No injurious ingreWork nil guarandients used. Patteed to .give satisfaction. rons' linen insured against fire while in the laundry. Laundry sent on Tuesday and L f illegal, but tbife is tho first proceeding which looks to tho solution of the question. Should the Trustees and and Marshal lose and the law under tion. which the tax has been heretofore levied and collected be declared illeA split in the Bourbon county De- gal and void, tho result will bo an mocracy threatens to result in the avalanche of suits to recover taxes Republican to the Legelection of a paid. The case will come up at the When Bourbon ceases to islature. August term of Court and will be will bo be Bourbon, pray, what then, with for watched interest, Bourbon? the immediate future of the ColThe Louisville Club has at lost lege is involved. won a game. Let the fans bowl and The great Free Silver Mogul of sound the tomtom for verily they Southern Kentucky known usually will have few moro opportunities. as John Rhea, made a flowery Free Base Ball Club, in The Louisville Silver speech at Elizabethtown last the race for the pennant is a veritaSaturday, in which he scored Cleveble Coxey's Army. land, Carlisle and tho otber Sound came Money Democrats in a style that noThe Louisville Sunday Star out in its last issue in a twenty page body but John can command. Mr. edition. The Star is one of the lead-JD- Rhea was answered by Col. J. R. papers of the city and about all Gaither, a Sound Money Democrat it will have to account for at the and a candidate for the Democratic will be its very bad nomination for Representative from general wind-uCol. Gaither deHardin county. politics. nounced Mr. Rhea as a traitor to the Later reports show the destruc- Democratic party, eaid that Mr. Rhea tion wrought by tho forest fires in had been mad ever since he failed in Pennsylvania and New York was 1891 to be nominated for Attorney General and capped the climax by terrible. Whole towns were destroy"I tell you, gentlemen, ed and owners of property paid as declaring: high as $1 an hour for bands to pro- this man Rhea, of Logan county, is nothing but a wind bag and caies tect it. nothiog for either God, man or dev. In view of the length of time and il." Rhea stock seems to be below dodging in- par. of gab and amount dulged in it would seem that it The four cases of J. D. Maddox to "pull more skill requires Administrator of J. P. Maddox, Deof!" a fight between two brutes of the posit Bank, Administrator of Sally pugilistic persuasion than it does to Pcay, Deposit Bank Administrator manage the affairs of this great counof Daisy Peay and the Deposit Bank Signs may all fail, but I think the try under a Democratic AdministraAdministrator of Salen Smith all Owensboro convention was but a tion. against tho C. O. & S. W. R. R. and minature of the one to be held in Col. C. M. Barnett this week arising ovj of the dreadful wreck at Louisville on the 35th inst. While announces himself as a candidate for Mc Henry last summer and which were speaking of the Owensboro convent, the Republican nomination for Rep- transferred from the Ohio Circuit tion, is it not refreshing to read Rhea's tariff resolution adopted by resentative. Ho needs no words of in- Court to the Federal Court at Owens-borthatbodj? It declares for a further wero compromised Wednesday, troduction to the Republicans of Ohio county, for during bis several the Railroad comyany paying $8,000 reduction oi the tariff until the amount realized from customs duties years of public life he has acquired The novel and hotly contested caso shall be only sufficient to meet the is a very wide acquaintance. He the ownership expenses of the Government econoa youn,i man full of energy aryl en-- - which involved and control of Green River mically administered. This in the face thusiasri and possessed of ability of the fact that the amount now realUnion Church, below Centertown, which would render him a veiy effwas decided at the recent term of the ized is about $80,000,000 less than icient Representative. sufficient to meet the expenses of the Circuit Court and each party was Government, from a Democratic Quite a number of students of given two Sundays in each mouth to standpoint at least supposed econot Hartford College said when they kit worship in the house, and each side mlcally administered, the adoption of last week and this for their respective pays its own cost. In wrestling that resolution alone declares a set of homes that they meant to return it would be called a "dog fall." nincompoops composed and control-c- d again to school here if the people It will perhaps go to the Court of Apthat Owensboro convention. voted down tho open saloon, other- peals. The sound money men of Buckner wise they proposed to go elsewhere. stripe, I think, will have but small has been suggested ihat PresiSeveral speeches wero made at Genshow in their state convention, and I eral X Friday by friends of tbtj Col- dent Cleveland will appoint Attorney do not believe they can eflect a stradlege recommending it to the students General Olney to be Secretary of dle in their platform though it does and urging them to recommend it in Stato and that Hoke Smith will be look now as it they will eflect a stradturn to their friends over tho coun- made Attorney General. Tho De- dle on their candidate for G J vernor. try. At the close of tho exercises mocracy owes Hokey something for Honest Watt. Hardin shows slns of the manner in which he has so faithone of tho brightest and moetinfluen weakenlng,that is,I believe he is lostial students, who, with quito a nurai fully carried iuto execution that par- ing ground. Clay had a mysterious ber of others came Jrom another ty's hatred of tho old soldier while and secret meeting with some dozen county, remarked that a great deal be has been Secretary of the Interior. or more ot his friends, at the Norris House, in this city one night last more could have been accomplished 'SquiRK Wallingford, an octogeweek and among the number were had some one pledged the town to deRobertson some the regular tycoons of Democrafeat the saluons. So long as there narian of Mt. Olivet, are no saloons hero he said flartford county, committed Bulclde Monday cy, in Marlon county, men who by severing bis head almost from his were generally supposed to be favoraCollgo needed no recommendation ble to honest Watt. I wrote you and especially not to its students, but body with a razor. some months ago that Clay had if saloons aro voted hero bo was done Aa a talker on Souud Money, Car- many friends in Marlon county and with Hartford and eaid bo had beard lisle is a howling success but when it at his first, and I beleive only, speech a largo number of otber students comes to keeping enough of that comhe made here, he made a good Im themselves in the same manmodity In tho Treasury ho is a signal presslon but the jwlltlclans were for We must do without either failure. ner. Honest Watt and they were the men tho Collego or the saloon. Which who instructed delegates how to vote Monday and Tuesday wero ex and therefore consider Hardin on shall it be? cessivelr hot days and mauy deaths easy winner in thr county, It begins from the heat are reported from tho to look doubtful now. My informaCUIES Mt 111 (IS! laJIS. TO tion and observation of current politilarge cities. Cm M Tmihi W Dot uugli Sirup. bv drua r lllnia. bold cal affairs throughout the state leads Bradley and victory. me to the opinion that the change in tr o par-lan- co It ss battle out on financial issues. 7th, That we recommend as delegates to the State Convention, T.Morton, F. W. Pirtle, J. P. Miller, Sam II. French, J. D. Spurrier, R. C. Tay-lo- r, R. T. Render, S. II. Sibcrt, Jud son Iglehart, Wm Addington, Marion Crowder, W. A. Helm. B. F. Wallace, A. S. Worseley and all other good Populists who wish to attend. 8th, Believing that the monetary system will never be adjusted in a way to be beneficial to the producers Born to the the wife of Wm. Thorn-a- s of all wealth within the lines ol the the 31st, nit , a boy. we hold out old party organizations, Daisy Deane. the right hand ol fellowship to all e governwho believe in the Mnsonle 1'lriilc. Cromwell Lodge No. 420 will cele- ment greenback and the free and unbrate St. John's Day June 24 with a limited coinage of silver and gold, to grand picnic at Beaver Dam, Ky. A come and coin us regardless of past Masonic procession will take place party affiliation, and we invite them from the Hall in Beaver Dam at 10 to help us in the agitation (ot a people's money. o'clock a. 111. Past Grand Master, J. P. Miller, T. S. Petit.tof Owensboro, will delivJ. J. Bracken, er a lecture on Masonry ou the G S. Hamilton, Com, grounds at I o'clock p. m. Flenty of T. Morton, A. S. Worsbley, every thing good to eat nod drink-di- nner at 25cts, children I5cts. J. P. Miller oflered a resolution instructing delegates to vote as a unit Reduced rates on the railroad. F. W. Fir-ti- e Let everybody come and have a good in the State Convention. moved to instruct for Hon. T. S. time. Petit for Governor, which was voted A. A. Millard, down by a large majority. J.J, Dr. S. D. Taylor. N. Barrass, Com. Bracken moved to instruct the deleH. C. Leach, gates to contend for and insist upon P, Miller, J. the readoption of the Omaha Platform by the State Convention. After Motive. All persons knowing themselves considerable discussion the motion indebted to the estate of R, Stevens, was voted down. J. J. Bracken placed J. P. Miller in deceased, will call on me and settle nomination for Representative, and same. J. C. Chamderlin, the the nomination was seconded by 45-Executor. A. S. Worsley and R. II. Stevens. King-lirven. The nomination was made unanis Last Sunday afternoon nt 3 o'clock mous, but Mr. Miller was on his feet Dr. H. L. King and Miss Ada Brown, to decline, stating that owing to his both of Centertown, were married at affairs at home he would be unjust to the residence of Mr. G. II. Matthews, his family to accept the nomination. of this place. Miss Brown had been Quite a number of speeches were attending school here for the past ten made and finally the convention demonths and surprised her home folks cided to let the nomination stand. and friends by returning home a The county papers were requested bride, Beth are popular young peo to publish the proceedings ol this pie and have many friends who wish meeting, alter which the convention for them a long and happy life. adjourned. e. old-tima spent Saturday evening picnleing at the Wesley Stevens BlufT. Miss Ora Barnett, No Creek, was in Kinderhook last week, the gust of of Mrs. A. C. Ellis. Mrs. Gray, Beaver Dam, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Thomas, at this writing. Miss Beulah Barnett is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Lindley. Mr. R. A. Anderson and daughter. Miss Ernie, are visiting at Whites-vill- 3rd, That we, the Populists of Ohio County affirm our allegiance to A Cartl el Ttirutka. Editor Rrpoblfcan: I'ermlt us every p.1auk iu the Omaha platlorm, through your paper to return our recognizing that the financial issue heartfelt thanks to the good people is the great Issue in the coming camof Beda and vicinity for "their great paign. 4th, Owing our allegiance to the kindness to us while our baby was sick. May heaven's richest blessings Omaha platform we stand as a unit in favot of the freee and unlimited rest upon you all Yours, coinage of both gold and silver at the Wm. A. and Alice S. Carson. established ratio of 16 toi, independKINUF.RIIOOH. ently and without pandering to the The cut worms have almost disap- wishes of any other country on the peared and the farmers are busy reface of the earth. planting their crops. 5M1, That we look with disttess upMiss Ollie Anderson Is visiting on the wanton waste of money in our friends and relatives at Owensboro. State government under Democratic Mr. W. G. Wilson, Rosine, spent domination, and we cannot recomlast week in Kinderhook, the gust of mend the voters of the State to an adC. H. Ellis. ministration under the other wing of The musical entertainment which the gold party known as the Republiwa3 given at Mr. G. W. Maple's can paity, owing to the fact that their uight was quite a success. administration of national affairs has Mr. Robert Wilcox and family been unqualifiedly in favor of those spent Saturday and Sunday in this who live by the sweat of some other vicinity, the guest of Vesper Shown fellow's face, and we further recomand family. mend and pledge our party to reMiss Katie Shown is visiting her trenchment and reform in the exaunt, Mrs. Nellie Miller.at McIIenry. penditures ol the State. That while Miss Carrie Smith is the guest of prices of products have been steadily her sister, Mrs. J. R. Williams, at decreasing, taxes have been gradually this writing. and alarmingly incrasing, until not Miss Maggie Lake, Beda.Spent last withstanding the high rate of tax week in Kinderhook. atlon, theState is now virtually Mr. Wm. Newboldt, wife and r, bankrupt. Owensboro, spent Saturday and 6tb, In viewofthe fact that a UnitSunday in the community, the guest ed States Senator Is to be elected who of Mr. J. R. Williams and wife. must deal with national issues, we There were a crowd of young folks are unitedly in favorof fighting the Sat-urdsis-te- C M. Barnett. Byers and Meador. The occasion was one long to be remembered by those In attendance and did credit to the Avery Byers Post who conducted the exercises. In conclusion I wish to add my appreciation and high opinion of the G. A. R. If thete is an organization in the U. S. with so few faults, and better motives I fail to know of As to respectlbitity,what is more respect able than a band of honest, brave and chivalrous men, growing old and gray, once comrades through smoke, flame and blood, wasting, or rather sacrificing their youth nnd energies in defense of the Strars and Stripes, and the cause of the Union, now banded together, not in opposition to anything, but to aid and protect each worthy surviving comrade and keep alive a noble sentiment? It never had a superior unless it j was tueonieroICincinnatus organized by the officers ol the Revolutionary War of which Washington and 'Lafayette were members and in as much as the order of Cincinatns only admitted officers, in the sense of broad charity and good will the G. A R. is superior to the order mentioned. J. W. M. returned on Saturday of each week- - I.rmi, Otttetly Covoli. 1. D. TWEBUDEU., Agt., Hartford, Ky. nl-nr- it ." "How fa Cure nil Skill Simply apply "Swuyne's Ointment." No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, ail eruptions on the face, nose, &a,lrav-in- g the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by np other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Swvvmr's Ointmunt. 34 tyr. OLD I.OCUN. June s Two new engines have come to do the work on the Locks; one of them is here and stationed, the other is being towed up ftom Mr. Riggs, the man who took the beech and gum contract for furnishing lumber his about completed their contract, but the rest of the contractors are all behind, but the officials expect them to deliver There were a few some every day. more men put on the first of the month and will be more as soon as We had a the lumber is delivered. good rain here last night which was re y. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Ohio County: I taltO this method of notifying you that your Taxes for tho year 1895 are due, andlam COMPELLED to make a settlement with the Stato Auditor in a very short time, and will ho compelled to collect the money at once. So you will call at my offico at once and . settle your Tax or you can find me or one of my deputies in the field. Yours Very Truly, C. P. Keown.S. O. C. llnirilnlea on Nnndny, needed. Hal. Taking effect May 26th the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railroad will sell on every Sunday round trip tickets between all its stations ,on main line at one fare for the round trip. Tickets are good on date of sale, good same day. This gives evOn last Sunday night Mr. W. S. returning to visit one of KIrby and Miss Mary C. Render, of eryone an opportunity the largest cities or spend n day with Dallas, Texas were married in that city by the Rev. Seasholes, pastor of their frieuds along the line. For further information call ou agent or adthe First Baptist church. An eledress II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., gant supper was served at the home Louisville, Ky. of Dr. Thruston. The bride is well known 'acre where she was universally conceded Children Cry for to be a woman of rare beauty and Pltchor'o Castorlo. . high intellectual and moral worth. The groom is an excellent young baled hay, If you want first-cla- ss gentleman and made many lrlcnds call on Field & Holbrook. They have during his short visit here last sumthe very best. mer, Mr, and Mrs, Kirby arc now in Denver, Colorado, and will visit The World's Fair Tests Hattlord the latter part of the sumshowed no baking powder mer. so pure or so great in leavening power as tho Royat. fllirilninllxm Cilird. Rheumatism is caused by lactic acid in the blood attacking the fibrous The IKiaIIiix (Ircrii llnalura Collego No Business College in the South tissues of the joints. Keep your blood pure and healthy and you will oQers facilities equal to those offered not have rheumatism. Hood's Sar by ourschool. We secure our people goad posisaparilla gives the blood vitality and rlchnes- - and tones the whole body, tions. Special Summer Rates. Address, neutralizes the acidity of the blood CiumtiY Drtos., t Bowling Gteen, Ky, and thus cures rheuinatlsn. Hood's Pills are the best pills, assist digestion, cure headICIrbj-Iteiiiler. 42-4after-dinn- Hard Tilled. R very editor of a newspaper thinks he has a hard time of it, but the following; clipped from a Tennessee paper downs them all: "We are madl Darn the people! How can they ex pect us, out here twelve miles from a railroad, 2S miles from a river, millions of miles from heaven, about two miles from the devil and about two hundred yards fron a whisky shop, to get out a lively newspaper?" Kan. Newspaper World. I ache. Now, to wipe out the Fraukfort Governor of Illinois Alt-gol- Ring. Tug Anarchist wzMJUiiuHunmmn They were accompanied home Sunday evening by Mr. L. B. Stevens and Miss Bee Brown. Dr. Pries' Cream taking Powdsr World's Pair Wiliest Award. d the uuwashed and unAmencau has given another exhibition ot Decoration, his unadulterated assininity by atTrisler, Ky., June 4, '95. Decoration exercises at the Godsey tacking tbe decision of the United burying ground in Brcckenridge States' Supreme Court remanding county near Ohio county line, under Eugono V. lebi to prison, . Caveats anj Trada.Maiks cbtatned, and all patent Vvnloci, conducted for MUUKIiaK My tf&ct Ii la Iht immtill.K vicinity oflha I'.llBl Offic. and ny hcllltLa lor itcnrlnf patent! ate uniui..uJ be nd model, eketrhw ,umii,.iii v. IWII. Wltll description and itatcmcnt aa to advantage, claimed. mv application no tmirga it tnaat far antplnu rntabtUlil. and my lea (or moieci allateKi. ". tuileni trill not (a tallcit (or tnUllll.t "iMVBNToaa' laininf full Information lent free, caitooi lOBitacrea ai Dincii unnacaliai. ill (luiua," con. Communl. FRANKLIN H. HOUGH D30 1), Htreel, r WAJSHINUTO, ft J wpp"- - "W? ' f EAD "rTHEN REFLECT COME TO-"- 111 Wayne Grlflln Is visiting relatives Bllzabethtown. , Trade with Fair Bros. & Co. New ties at PSIf Bros. & Co's. I lUll Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. The Cash Store has the finest line of shoes In town. Teachers' Examination next Friday and Saturday. Miss Lena Carson has returned from a visit to Sulphur Springs. Miss Lettle Marks, No Creek, visited Miss Derta Morton last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Shultz arc visiting relatives at 1'rentis this week. Miss Lula Walker is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. Casey, Owensboro. Mr. N. P. Doswell, of Sulphur Springs, died last Thursday and was buried Friday. yj Nice undsrwodr at Fair Oros.&Co's. - Colored Summer corsets at Fair Bros. & Co's. Kid glovos and lace mitts at Fair Bros. & Co's. Tho leading Dry Goods House of Ohio county, for tho following goods: The cry of hard times and tho great need of money among the manufacturers have enabled us in tho last two weeks to purchase somo genuine bargains for our trade during Circuit Court. Compare our prices with what others get: Our piice. 10c lor good heavy cotlonado 12Jo for best bluo cottonade IGa for best 10 oz. cottonade IGo for heavy cotton joans 25c heavy wool jeans 25o for heavy turkey red table linen 25a for heavy wlilto damask . .' 20c for heavy white flannel for good shirting. 7ofor very best shirting Co FAIR BROS. $ CO. Pretty laces, fans and parasols at Fair Bros. & Co's The Big Cash Store has a. fine Hue of lace curtains, See Fair Bros. & Co's line of summer wash goods. Large assortment of silk for waists at the Cash Store. The Big Cash Store will save you money in ncckwate. CREAM Baggies, Carriages, pring Wagons, Qarte' . BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A Lighter, Better and Cheaper mmm than Ever. vi mSftu pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. rv fjrV Tj ' ' 5?5r-:55v''- 2? Others get. I2Jo 15c 18c 20c 35o 35c 30a 25c f 0 yard wido 5o for heavy domestic, 1 yard wido 3Jo for heavy quilt lining 4o for good domestic, 1 9c 5c ..' 7c Co 8c for best bleached cotton la for good calico lOo for fino 10c 5o 15o White Tealchcrs' Examination hes The Big Cash Store has a fine line gins quite a number ol leach of laces and Embroideries. era arc in attendance. Plenty of fans and parasols for Miss Attye Austin, Beaver Dam, warm weather at the Cash Store. leaves Sunday to visit Miss Bessie All the world loves a winner all Nave, Louisville. of Fair Bros. & Co's bargain are wins Esq II. V. Myers, of Sulphur ners. Springs, lost his house and contents Whatever you want can be found at by fire last Friday night. r universal store of Fair Mr. W. B. Miller and wife, of East Bros. & Co. Bernstadt, Ky., are visiting Mr. MiFair Bros. & Co. pay Spot Cash ller's parents near own. for their goods and sell for same Misses Sallie and Nannie Qulsen-berr- y this is why they can undersell othleft Wednesday for Greenville ers. to visit friends and relatives. Pretty line of Belting and Belt Found. A rim offa ladles' gold buckles at prices lower than competwatch. Owner can have same by itors can sell them at Fair Bro3. & calling at this office and paying for Co's. this notice. The change of temperature from low to high only reverses the prices Miss Edna Griffin will leave Wed of goods at th? Cash Store from high nesday for Ellzabethtown to be the to low. guest of her cousln,MIss Pearl Joplin, want-satlsfie- city, ma'am, of a work which I should like to show you. It is entitled 'The Modern Housewife's Friend, Companion and Guide.' It contalus upward of twenty-sev- en hundred pecipes, including specific directions "Isn't your name Plunkctt?" interrupted the woman of the house, who had been studying the man's features as if trying to remember where she had seen him before. "No, madam, "he replied, "my name is Harris." "You look like a family I used to know down near Falrvlew. The Pluuketts were related to the Van called them Arsdales, everybody Van Osdolls, and I'm not sure but they were second or third cousins of the Gaddises. Ever been in for" Call and sec our Rubber Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness and Saddlery Goods. 110 & 112 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, SHORT OF SEAMEN. Lock Whloh la One of land's GravoBt Dangers. In'. Eng- JOHN DELKER, OrenstoOrOF T3Ly G. Good Reading Free. Fair-view- ?" black satlno several weeks. Mrs. Jennie McIIenry willlcavcnext week for Denver Col., where she will spend several weeks with her son, Mr. Godtrey McIIenry. Mrs. John J. McIIenry and Miss Isabelle McIIenry will leave Monday to spend the summer with Mrs. parents, Afton, Va. 12Jc for fino fancy satlno 20c for 30 inch cashmere all shades 20c for fancy cathmcio all shades. nil wool cashmere 39c for 35c for 30 inch woolen suiting 12Jc for Irish lawns all shades ICc for doited swlss J 8c for good corset 25c for 0 spools O. N. T. 10c for silk mitts 8o for Indies vest. 2io for mens heavy drawers 8c for mens heavy socks 8o for ladies heavy hose 10c for dozen whjta tics 10c for dozen shell hair pins 26c for silver belt bucklo 25c yard silk bolting 60c for gents fino shirts 40c for wash silk for watst 25o for hoys kneo pants $1 for luster coats $5 for fino serge coat and vest GOc oottouado pants $1 for button shoes ch li ...... .: 20c 25o 25o 50c 60o 20o .20o GOc To Tenrhera. The special Summer Normal School provides for a special Teachers' Training Course of eight weeks beginningjune 3-- n. Special Summer Rates. Write information. . Cherry Bros., Bowling Green, Ky. Mr. Harvey Prudcn returned yesterday from his Western tour, which he made on his wheel, Bring us your Wool, Ginseng and Feathers. L -- V artford FniDAY, emple of fashion,. Junk 7, 189s, Sec our new Slippers. Carson & Co. Buy your neckwear Co's. More new Parasols Co's. Oil Cloth & Co'S. nt Carson & at Carson & and Mattings at Carson Plenty of good feed at Field & We can't be undersold. Carson & Co. We have a beautiful line of dress goods. Carson & Co. If you need a good mower call on Field & Uolbrook before you buy. A tent meeting will begin at Sulphur Springs Saturday before the and Sunday in August. Call on Field& Holbrook next week and see their new stock of buggies and harness. Little Edgar, infant child of W. A. and Alice S. Carson, died at its home at Beda on the 37th. of May. Round trip summer rates to CritSprings $4.80, Cerulean tenden Springs $4 30,Graysou Springs, $7 10 Dawson Springs, $2.80 on sale till Sept. 30th good 40 days from date of sale. We have 700 bushels Ohio River Corn, chop and Meal for sale at 65 and 75 cents per bushel. Keg and 5 gallons Molasses for $1,00. JONI'3& Morbhead. f Pleasant Ridge, Ky. 43-t- On Friday and Saturday ol each week until further notice tickets will be on sale to Grayson Springs at $t 35 good to return only on trains leaving the Springs Sunday night or Monday morning following date of sale. II. MERRICK. On July 10th the DUtrlct Conference of the M. 1$. Church wilt convene with the Beaver Dam Church, and Dr. J.W Turner and Rev. Howes, of Louisville, will begin a protracted meeting at Beaver Dam from that date. Commencement Exercises of Beaver Dam Seminaty and Commercial Institute last week passed ofT nicely. A well selected program was prepared by the Junior Scientific Class for Friday night and all who attended report a pleasant time. Prof. Ray has been untiring in his efforts to build up a good school in Beaver Dam and well has he succeeded. A large number ol boarding students were in attend-durin- g the whole term" just closed, which places the school on an equal with any other of its kind in the f R ' Teen River country. Mrs. Dr. A. B. Baird.of Oklahoma, 15c and Miss Josle Duke, of Montana, 40o wilt arrive in Hartford about the aoth Rev. E. E. Pate filled his regular 15c to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. appointment here Sunday. T. S. Duke. An ice cream supper was given at 15c On account of sickness I will be 15c compelled to postpone the opening ot Scoool Hall Friday night after the 50o the Summer Normal until next Mon- exercises, a benefit for the works expenses. Mr. Theodore Sowdcrs, one 40 day, June 10. The term will continof our pupils, took the task of manag75o ue four weeks. Expenses in proporing and arranging for the supper, and Res'y, 50o tion. in behalf of the R. E. G. Literary SoE. R. Ray, Beaver Dam. 75c ciety 1 wish to exteud to Mr. Sowd-e- rs ....$150 Messrs. A. D. White, J. W. Ford, our most grateful thanks. 7 50 J. M. Mattingly, L. E. Charlet, I. S. Little Joe Westerfictd is in Rock-po- rt 75o R. Wedding, C M. Barnett, E. D. visiting relatives. $125 Gufly, M.L. Heavrin, D. F. Tracy.E. Mr. Lee Patterson, Elizabcthtown, Tracy, Jo. B. Rogers, Dr. A. F. Stanspent last week with his brother, E. ley, C. P. Keown, J. B. Howard and H. Patterson. Sam A. Anderson were in Louisville Mi. Gus C Martin, Jeflcrsonville, this week to attend the Republican Ind., came dawn Friday night and Convention. spent a few days in this city. Miss May Friend, Beaver Dam, is Miss Fannie Clark, Louisville, sisvisiting Miss Dora Gibson this week. ter of Miss Margaret B. Clark, came Dr. J. S. Coleman was in Louisville Miss Annie Griffin, Louisville is down Saturday to sing at the musithis week. visiting her sister, Mrs. L. P. Fore- cal Saturday night, A party of 26 spent Sunday afterman, Visit our millinery departraet. noon at Sulphur Springs. Messrs. Lem McIIenry and Jas. F. Carson & Co. Misses Ella andAbbie Smith.Fords-ville- , Carcon returned lroui Owensboro yesBorn to the the wife of Wm. Thom who have been visiting the terday. as the 31st, ult. a boy. Misses Barnes, went home Sunday. The finest Flour arid Meal in the Mr. C. W. Parrott, one of our forWe have a fine line of Laces and market at the lowest cash prices at C. mer young men, returned to his pos v Embroideries. Carson & Co. R.Martln's. sition in Louisville Sunday. Attorneys E. D. Walker, H. P. Call on E. L. Bulllngton and get a Miss N. May Friend and Mr. G. C. good shave when in town this week. Taylor and R. R. Wedding are attend- Martin visited Miss Dora E. Gibson,, ing Federal Court at Owensboro this Hartford, Sunday evening. Just received, new lot of Belting week. Mrs. Ferd Pirtle, Victory, was in ana Buckles. Carson & Co, Mr. Win. M. Likens was nominat- town Wednesday. We have the finest lot Slippers in ed yesterday by the Prohibition ConA large crowd of young folks was town. Carson & Co. vention for Representative of Ohio entertained Monday evening at the home of Miss Virgie Hocker. Dr. W. Alexander and Mr. Shelby county. Miss Lesta Hays,' Rochester, is in Taylor went to Owensboro Tuesday. Hardwick & Nail will serve Ice Cream and Sherbet every Tuesday town. Miss Marie Austin, Beaver Dam, and Friday night at their ice cream Dr. Alex Hunt, Huntsvllle, spent is visiting Miss Cecil Williams this parlor. Don't forget it. Saturday, Sunday and Monday with week. The Methodist Church is being bis son, Mr. II. D. Hunt, returning Mr. J. L. Collins, who has been painted and otherwise greatly im- home Tuesday with his daughter, quite sick for several weeks, is im- proved. Messrs. M. and Bean arc Miss Katie, who has been visiting J. proving. here for the past two weeks. doing the work. The Misses Clark and Attye AusNearly all the school boys and girls A new Republican Paper will make left for their respective homes last its appearance at Carrolton, Ky., on tin took a horseback ride over to Hartford Tuesday afternoon . Saturday. the 18th lust. It will be named The The Misses Clark and Anna Carrolton Commercial. Mrs, Sarah Ann Austin, Beaver left Thursday for Louisville. Ice for sale at Williams Bros., In Dam, visited her sister, Mrs. Q. C. Eld. I. II. Teel, who Ins been helpnny quanlty and at any time. Will Shanks, last week. a deliver at any place In town. Leave ing in revival meeting at Central City returned home Monday, and Messrs. N. T. Howard and Hudson your orders with E. T. Williams, at. Mrs. Teel and baby, Loyd, who have Thatcher, Morgantown, attended the Marriage license: H. L. King to been visiting iu and around Bowling Republican Convention this week. Ada Brown, B. F. Tichenor to Mattie Green for the past month, returned Mr. John P. Coleman, a former res- E. Lindley, 'John II. Daugherty to home Wednesday. ident of this place, but now of Cincin- Mary A. Ezell, Henry Crowder to A Christian revival meeting will nati, will leave In a few days for Col- Martha Alford, William B. Myers to begin Monday after the third Sunday orado, where he goes for his health. Sarah 0. Croouis. lu this month, Eld I. D. Moore, ,Hop Fourth Quarterly Meeting of the Excursion rates to Boston Mass, for ktnsvilte, will assist in the meeting. No Creek charge will convene with convention Young Peoples Society of A birthday party was given Wednesthe M. E. Church at Beaver Dam on Christian Endeavor-Trienl- al Conclave day night at the residence of Mr. July 13th and 14th. Everybody inKnights Templar-Ticke- ts on sale II. C. Maddox, in honor of their lit." vited. July 8th., 9th. and 10th. limited tie daughter, Nora. Crit Taylor, of color, died in Hayti. to July 31st. 1895 with continuous Misses Daisy Stevens and Cliflle Saturday night. He had been confin- journey in each direction and on Aug Gray, two of Miss Ella McBeath's ed in jail for several weeks and the 23rd,, 34th. and 25th., for return till pupils, will assist in the musical y confinement was the prime cause of Sept 10th 1895. Going or returning Miss.McBeath in Leitchfield. same or different route Price from his illness. Mr. E. P. Barnes is in Louisville $26.50 to $J5 25 according to route. purchasing house hold goods for the The Sulphur Springs has been, II. MictutiCK. new residence of his sister, Miss greatly Improved and under the exMrs. J. E. Eogle and daUghter,Miss Emma Barnes. cellent management of Mr. Cate will Mr, Frank Cssebier, Kockport, is for Georgetown, An nle leave soon be one of the best summer reAttye. Ky., where they will next week at- in town this week. sorts in the State. tend the Comuienceaac it exercises of Mr. Jas. Shaver, of Livermore, has lie (Jnitll i. College. On the 13th, a young cow which he prizes very Georgetown An encouraging story comes from inst., the Rev. Edgar Fogle.a young-e- r highly. I She is three years old, 46 brother of the Hon. J. E. Fogle, of Chicago it reported by the TrU Inches high, 60 inches long and bune city, will be graduated with book-age- of a housekeeper who beat a this gives 3 gallons of milk per day. on his own ground. He high honors. Rev. Fogle was forMonday after the 4U1 Sunday in merly? a student of Hartford College had a small valise and a persuasive June a tent meeting will begin iu and will be remembered as a very voice, the reporter says, and no doubt Hartford, conducted by Revs. D. P. talented and popular young man. He thought himself fully equipped. He Kerr and J, B. Ferryman. They will is an orator of great ability and was, perhaps, for ordinary customers; be assslstedby. several other preachers gives promise of taking high rank in but of what use Is a persuasive voice if their is no chance to exercise it? and a glorious revival may be expect his calling. The occurrence took place at a house ed. To purify, vitalize and enrich the on the West Side. The agent was adMood, and give nerve, bodily and dimitted, and at once proceeded to bus Cry iness as follows. gestive strength, take Hood's "I have secured the agency for this 30o 20o BEAVER DAM. ....:..i0o ....;. "No, ma'am. Now this work, as I was saying, contains directions for doing all kinds of needle-worall descriptions of " "Well, it dots beat met If I'd met you anywhere on the street I should have been just as sure you were Aaron Plunttett as I am that I'm stand-- , ing here. Your voice is exactly like his, you're about his size and heft, you wear your whiskers the same way he used to, and " dare say. I don't think I ever heard of him, though. Now" "Never heard of Aaron Plunkctt? Why he was the man that kept a tavern on the road to Oh I 'forgot You said you were never "No, I never was there," broke iu the caller, becoming slightly impatient. "You will find In this work full and complete directions for mak ing toilet soap " "I've tried that. It's a good deal cheaper to buy it. When I lived in Fairview there was a peddler came round one day with a receipt forniak-in- g toilet soap. He claimed he had sold it to the Suydams and the Puin-yea- s nnd the Sperlings and the Shreve-se- s and the Piersons and some of the k, tern Intending Fact! About Onmt Orlt. Enough Ilnf Naval BqaadroM Not Trained Mn to ltandl Thein. 'I in" other neighbois, and I bought ofhim, it cost me one dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents to make a lot of soap I could have bought "But th at's only one thing out of a thousands in this book, madam' You can make your own confections ery " "I've tried that, too. You ought to have seen Sime Howeison laugh at a lot ol candy I made once by follow', ing directions in a bookl lean make as good molasses candy as anybody, but when I want the fancy kinds I always go nnd buy 'em. It's the cheapest and best way in the long and for" Mc-Ken- book you will learn how " to make and fit childrn's garments "Law! We haven't any children but what's able to get their own clothes. There's six of them, and they're all boys. The youngest is fifteen, and he clerks in clothing store. He was coming home the other night, and slipped and fell. You know It's awful slippery on the side walks. Sprained his knee, aud it swelled up that big I Iras afraid it was going to be so stiff he could never use it again. "I rubbed liniment and goose grease on his knee for more than an hour by the watch, and it got better. I tell you there's nothing like goose grease when you want to take the soreness out of a swelled joint. But you've got to be sure you have the genuine thing. There's lots of stuff they call goose grease that's nothing but lard. The best way is to render it out yourself. Go and buy a goose. Pick out a fat one It won't make any difference how old itis, so it's fat. Take that goose and " "Madam," gasped the man with the valise, backing hastily out of the door, "I give it upl" A CORNER A run " "In this IN ELK TEETH. Montn LIshtj-Sl- giv-iugb- y 11 Children Pitcher's Castor!. for Sarsa-parill- a. already enormous supply he is constantly adding, tho Indians and hun ten bringing teoth to him from all over tho country. Not every one knows, says Forest and Stream, that tho oik teeth, or rather the tusks, of which two only aro found in tho mouth of tho adult elk, havo a practical commercial value. Tho tooth aro used as Jewelry, mostly as pendants ou watch guards or insignia ef tho secret society known as tlio Klks. The ralue of a tooth ranges from fifty costs to two dollars and fifty cents, according to lUslzo, color and marking. Mr. Losekamp has thousand elk teeth now over elghty-sl- x deposited In safety vaults. Manyuf tho old Indian dresses wero highly ornamented with elk teeth, somo ot thorn being fairly covered with the teath. Mr. Losekamp has lived on tho frontier all his mature life, and understands Indian trading perfeotly, yet ho has sometimes paid over one hundred dollars for a single garment thus ornamented, caring, of course, for nothing but tho teeth. Tho Indians drill the teeth to fasten thctn on tbelr drosses, and this does not Injure the valuo of the tooth, but they have a much worse habit ot sometimes staining th teeth a bright red. ThU dye cannot bo and depreciates the value of the elk tooth for a white customer. Tho Indians do not dya the teeth so muoh now since they have learned thoy can sell them for mora In tbolr natural John Mont, practically holds the stock of tho entire country, and to his Mr. elk-toot- h Man Who Hm Mora Thn Ttioaa.nd nf Tb.m. D. Losekamp, of Hillings, supply of seamen for our fleet, says No Juggling with figures can conceal the fact that In caso of war wo cannot send even all our modern vessels to sea. Though every nervo was strained at the maneuvers, though tho depots were depleted Of seamen and stokers, we had to leavo in port no less than 103 fighting craft. In this total are Included ten first and second class battleships, ten third-clas- s battleships, seven coast defense Ironclads, four old Ironclads, seventeen cruisers, eleven torpedo gunboats, forty destroyers and sixty-ninserviceable torpedo boats. Many of tho vessels In this enormous category are of the now-econstruction, and, though somo aro not yet completed for sea, all should bo finished by tho end of tho financial year. Wo have nono too many cruisers as It is, and when war Is upon us wo shall want every single one to proteot our colossal trade. All the older lron-olawill be needed to convoy our slow ocean tramps, all our coast defenso vessels to protect our unfortified porta and towns on the coast. Tho French aro known to contemplate the bombardment of open towns, and this Is the only, means by which wo can prevent stray cruisers doing us tcrrlblo harm. Our battleships will bo wanted for the combat and to watch our enemies ports. Our Ironclads lack their proper oomplemont of torpedo gunboats and torpodo boats; Indeed, our first line, fleet, has still tho Mediterranean only two. The crews required for tho ships which woul d not bo ablo to put to sea amonnt to no less than 22,010 men, or, rcduoing them to the lowest possible limit, 20,000. Ships wo can build In three years and less, but sailors can hardly bo tralnod for war In twlco that time. Since 1889 wo have been building faster than we could obtain seamen. We havo on the stocks, another mass of or projeoted, vessels whloh require at least 10,000 mora men. It is true that tho naval estimates for 1894 contemplate an addl4 tied to our personnel of over 6,000 men, but this Is a mere drop In the ocean to the number whloh wo require. Wo must understand that the English fleet disposes of practically no trained reserve. Though tho naval conflict of will bo bloody beyond belief, Involving holocausts of Bhlps and men, we have not merely too few sailors to tako our effective ships to sea, but no one to replace those who fall in the struggle. Year by year the proportion of English seamen In oifr mercantile marine dwindles, while tho proportion of foreigners Increases. Of our 80,000 able seamen no less than 87,000 are foreigners, and half tho remainder have had less than four years' service. Nor is it a question ol wages. From tho ship owners goes up tho ominous complaint that the Swede or the German Is better educated, more sober, more respectful. IIo does not desert, ha is a better satlor, and his physique is superior. 'The supremacy of the English sailor is waning," says tho chairman of yio West India and Pacific Steamship company. These are terrible words for us, whose pride and whoso heritage in the past has been tho sea. Our naval reserve numbers In Its first class 26,000 men. Their training Is limited In the extreme. They are, many of them, Ignorant of the manipulation of the breechloader, for such la tho wisdom of oar rulers that they persist In drilling oar reserves with obsolete- guns. At Wok, where 1,160 men are trained, there Is not a single modern weapon. After this they got a month at sea on a war shin. And that is all. The trumpet will sounds oa many of them as can be obtained In our home porta will be huddled on board our Ironclads; lieutenants and officers will bo borrowed from ships In commission, and our fleet will bo put to sen to sure and certain defeat Abroad there Is readiness for Instant action, at home unreadiness, roor Tblnf. Tho New York Recorder has this to tall ot a little girl who had learned very early ono of the Inconveniences of wearing eyegtaea; She was at Manhattan beach, and seemed to be no moro than three years old, but she was and wore spectacles. She wanted to paddle In the water and spoil her russet shoes. Her nurse had been forbidden to let her go barefoot, and baby began to sob. Then she cried: Take 'em off, Mary I Take 'em off" The reporter thought she referred to her shoes; but she wont on: "Takeoff' my spettatles, Mary, so I can cry!" It may be said without exaggeration that the question ot the hour Is tho the Pall Mall Budget. Besides giving our patrons one of the best papers in the State, we have ruade arrangements by which we will send either one of the following papers together with Tim Republican for the price named. 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Address a substitute conductor will hav to be The Republican, Hartford, Ky. discovered or a new variety of gluts m made with a coefilolent of expansion How are peoplegolng to know why nearer that of ordinary metal. There Is a big bonaiua here for some Inthey should trade with you it you ventor don't tell It through The Republican. al The Weekly Courier-Journmakes very liberal terms to agents. Sample copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Utc I'fcfrkilti ifftfr- Tf f?i''rtrritaiii'M iii'1 JtfcJfe Pour IT WAHNO OATi 'A'-"iSK'9-'''-' Th Malndornna lgiprrlente of Tre rollcemen. JCPJ Z Two pnltoemen wore trudging along tholr Wat on Pequot nvontie, In tho heart of Now Ioiidou, nt a Into hour tho other nlslit, riivb tho Boston Her-nld, ami thoy wcro not hunting nt all not Reaming pomo at any raio wnon a thickset looking cat tauntercci along tho sidewalk, clad In a gay striped suit fashionable In country walks at this reason. "Kitty Kitty l" called ono patrolman, kindly. "Coroo here. and FORTY MILLION QAKE5 YEARLY. thi ltn?'?,',' ffently i OAMDUt CO, OHTTt with tho tip of his THI rPOOTin ' ' lful If n. nnl. n ia In fl.n Iaiib. nnl she did get one end off ! a cat of tho kind they wcro used to able to do, but nml It trrosslv and Weir their and then stood guard at the other. confidence, and no thtvjr abused ham- - ' fairly time the boat was hailed, the tnortd tho tufllri(r out of thoungrato-fu- l After a Friday, Junk 7, 1895. beast, both men did. cause of the firing asked, and If any In fact It scorned at If they could was TREATED FREE. one was Injured, and If a doctor and never gat their (111 of satisfaction out of WOMEN needed. She gave proper replies It, so brimful of Indignation and resentthe persons on shore offered to get a ment and other cmotlqas and things Troatod doctor. Another interval followed wcro they; and then thoy boro tho frail Fomalo Troubles Frooby Corrospondonoo during which this little womin stood remains ot tholr proy Into tho pollco station with, mora deferenca than tenby tho Ronownod Dr. peering out into the night, pistol In derness. Hartman. lint the pollco captain temporarily hand; another hall and an announcement that the doctor had arrived. oxcuff d tliein from doing further duly In tho populous and cultured walks of t, Dr. Hattmnn, the renowned Her reply was that no one should tho town, nnd nightly now has announced his willing-nes- s come aboard until daylight. The ne- n loncsoino nnd sequestered they patrol picket In to direct the treatment of ai groes who had tried to deceive her in the far outskirts, and relations are many cases of female trouble as make this wlse.thcn demanded $10 for hav strained between them and tho rest of their fellow-citizeapplication to him during the sum- Ing procured the doctor, and threatmer months, without charge. The ened to kill her if the amount was A New View of the Ox. "A train treatment will be conducted by not oald at once, but the blood of otherrailroadsaid a that I was on tho day," man, "went with tv The doctor will pre- this little mother of twent summers n roar across a little brldjro rush nnd scribe all medicines, applications, hyfrom the Dine Grass country was up. nndcr which nt that moment thcro was gienic and dietary regulations neces- She told her assailants that what they n man driving an ox team. A moment sary to complete a cure. The medis got they would have to take it. In later as wo rushed on we saw (ho team out on tho road, tho oxen jumping1 and cities prescribed can be obtained at all the meantime the last nttempt was skipping and apparently trying to run This ofler will hold stealthily being made to board the away. Tito ddver was standing In tho only during the summer boat, and Mrs. Klngdiscovered It and cart and swinging his goad around and good bringing' It down on them with vigormonths. through a side window fired on a ous whacks; finally he ohecked 'em. I Any woman can become a regular man standing without on a narrow don't protend to know much about oxen, patient by sending a written state- walk or guard of the boat. When mnybo they're glren to running away, but to mo It was. a ftew view of the dull ment of her age, history and symp- daylight came she sent repeated mestoms of her derangement and condi- sages by negroes who appeared o n and ploddlnz ox." ' p tion of life. All cases of female dis- the bank, but none were delivered. eases, Including menstrual Irregulari- At last Mrs. King ventured out herties, displacements, ulcerations, self, and went to the Carolina shore, discharges, irritation of but finding it full of negroes, fearing the ovaries, tumors and dropsy of the her assailants were among them and abdomen, should apply at once and seeing only one white man present, become registered as regular patients. was afraid to tell her story and went All correspondence will be held strict- back to the boat without doing so, ly confidential. No testimonials of Consequently it was the next day be cures will be given to the public ex- fore the authorities were notified. A cept by the express wish of the pa- warrant was procured and one of tbe Hj re trial hodth'i sutacsirnen tient. robbers captured, but all escaped B TO THI B female diseases sent free through the Book on haste of a Drug Manufacturing friend of Mr. King, toho had come by The LOUISVILLE Company, ot Columbus, Ohio. from the other side of the river. The THt ISIOHTttTaND ISTArrtSNOOH Hi For free book on cancer address Dr. negroes are well known, and will, M IN THC SOUTH, Hj Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. sooner or later, be captured. Latest Market Quotations. Bj It was ouly recently that our slier. M Latest State News. With IB was advised of the outrage. A WOMAN'S COURAGE. All.the Local News. his usual promptness and energy in Complete Press Reports. herepalredto thescene6f Hj such T4p I,!,rmvm.mmyiinm: mnmmmm mm'". Njmicriffrj&ffM,mi iijsmi Y0RYlHl60AR ft It floats w can, "without doubt, bo cured in its early stages. 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W .. ., The following Interesting piece was taken from the Vlcksburg (Miss) Herald, and is concerning a woman who She is a was reared In Ohio county. daughter of Berry Kuykendoll, formerly lived near Rosine.and a of Thomas Bryant: Editor Commercial Herald: The high wind recently drove a small trading boat occupied by a Mr. King, wife and child to the Mississipmile below Carolpi shore, one-ha- lf It was visited by four ina Landing. negroes, laborers on the Carolina plantation, who after some petty purgraud-daugter a pretense of leaving, the proprietor taking a seat on the end of a short counter running parallel with the side of the boat, his feet inside the counter, but facing the entrance, The consome twelve feet away. struction of the boat is such that one passing out must step upwards about chases made the wldtbjof theboat's gunwhalesand when just out side the head of a man of medium height Is above the boat's roof. From this elevated position one of the negroes fired at Mr. King witb a d shot gun loaded with No. 6 shot, hitting him in the face, the bulk ofthc loadstriking him at a point to the right of '' his nose and below his right eye, and entering mouth, the balance entering all parts of his face and neck, blinding him and felling him to the floor. The other barrel was fired, but only plowed out a hole in the counter from which Mr. King had just fallen. The dastardly scoundrels, thinking they had killed Mr. King and that their way was open for plunder and robbery In doing so they made a grievous mistake. They had failed to notice a little woman, weighing about ninty-fiv- e pounds, with gray eyes and light hair, who sat some twenty feet away in their living room with a baby a few months old in her lap. Grasping a Smith & Wesson pistol, this little mother opened fire on the scoundrels, drove them out and closed the door behind them. The attack was renewed after a short Interval. Shots were fired from the bank into the boat, one of which of 44 calibre, passed clear through. The boat was boarded again and an attempt made to break the door in with an ax. A panel gave way In the door, against which Mrs. King had braced herself, and the ax struck her vin the breast, Undismayed this little heroine reached through the opening and shot the scoundrel who wielded it. Blood-stain- s on the roof on which her assailants took refuge testily to her markmanship and execution. For hours, with lights out, with her husband weltering In his blood on the floor, her baby fretting and in her stocking feet, that her footsteps might not be heard, did this heroine mother and wile hurry from door to door and window to window of their little boat, moored to a strange shore, firing upon the four black demons whenever and wherever they tried to force an entrance. At last she beat them off and quiet reigned for a time, during which Mrs. King slipped out; and with a butcher knife cutthe boat's line, and undertook to shove tae boat put Into the river. This she was un- - f double-barrelecqui-dista- willows, wasthelittleboat. Without could be seen shot holes through the weather-boardin- g, and glass of the windows. The broken door of the entrance and the blood splotches on the low roof, told of the fierceness of the dastardly assault and desperation of the defense. Within lay Mr.Klng, blind and suffering from his awful wounds. At his feet, sound asleep, was the little child, who had passed through the ordeal unscratched and unharmed. On a stand near by I noted the Smith & Wesson pistol with which a frail woman defended her home, saved three lives and deserved immortality. A little further on, and in that part of the boat where goods are kept for sale, and near the great blood stains on the floor where her husband had fallen, I saw Mrs. King. 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