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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895062101 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. Mctrirtff you Remember got tlio Nov? sYork Ki3iirjil.iOAft ' Ifotli for one yejir, JpM" dollar, and twonty- ilvo oSnts. Tribune and Tub Jar' Jtt Harteoed Repfblicai. OFFICIAL ORCAK OF HAVE YOU PAID fora porno i! NO. 47. a VOL.. VUL. ww IBS PARI? IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. stnnd with Tho Ropublloan. Pay up and onoyoarln Aclvanco and wo will Bond you Tho Loulavlllo Wookly Commorcinl ono year froo. SubBorlboatonoo. Will show how you TI1IK! TAG HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1895. TIIX IT, -" r, H'&fr What is CTxrtAyvAxvnAvi vvwjyrjAxvvNcccsNcvjocyyyyyxsxvxvyys! V Castoria Is Dr. Snmuel Plfclicr'n prescription for Infhnt'i w nniljCliltilrcii. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Knrcotlo substance. It Is n linrinlcss mibstltuto for Inrcgorlc, Drops. Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. ' It Is Plcnsnnt. Its guarnntco Is thirty years' uso by p Millions or Mothers. Custorln, destroys, "Wonni nnd nllnys foVcrlshncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, , . cures Dlnrrhocn and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves ' teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates ' tho 'food, regulates tho stomach mid bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas- toria Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend., Castoria. Castoria. " Castoria ia to well adapted to children that "Castoria I an excellent medicine forcMI dren. Mother, have repeatedly told mc of It. I recommend It at tuperlor to any prescription good effect upon Ibdr children " known to me " H. A. Aacnsa, W. D., Dr. O c. Otaoon, Ill So. Oxlord Bt , Brooklyn, N. Y. Lowell, tast. "Castorta ti the bel remedy Tor children of "Our physicians In the children's depart X hope the clay Is not whlclt X ftm acquainted raent have srioLen hlahlv of their exDerl- f distant when fiiother will, consider Hie Bene In their outside practice with' Castoria, r rJnnfcff.l of tfiilr children, and uScCsilorr and although' we only have among our InsteadjK tlio TStiduf qusclt .nattnims which medical auppllea what Is known as regular are destroying thtlr loved one,, by forcing products, ct we are free to routes hat the opium, morphia, KM hi n if tyrap aud other merits bf Castoria has won it to look with hurtful agent dovmtlicjr throats, thereby favor upon 1L" Bending theo to premature Brave " UXIIEO llOtriTAL AKD DDWBKURT, DR. J. I'. UlNCIIULOS, Boston, Uaaa. Conway, Ark. Atuur & Surra, Pni. 'The Ctntaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. P ffilLOUEWWl, "jUJSlSl fertifc IV2L JiJxli$ r--.J tftfla VaHBasUvi "ointment v f?rA$isSW$$m fsS J "Jfai TrnmlijlKXlKZW US CO.. JCURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 7 t) H known for IB year as tho 6 BEST REMEDY for PILES. g 6T. J UVtl. Ses pun ' ! TASTELESS B ''irvr IFoor C , ' Til n to ' l "3 ' WARRANTED. PRICE IS JUST AS COOt) FOR ADULTS. OAUTIA, Ilia., Not. 19, ISM. Medicine Co., bt. Louis, Mo. suM if. I roar, KM bottles of crVnllaaM.il OlUlVirS TABTBI.KS8 CI I III, TONIC and tiara Uweht ibrea eross slroadr tut rear, lnallourex. 11 In tho drut business. Iist pcfwnca of never soli an artleto that gnvo such untTaraal sail). 00 cts ris , f !. ' means so much more than irvnii imnmnii eprinnc nnrl" 'fatal diseases result from'. ' trifling ailments neglected. ' ' Don't olav with Nature's "greatest gift heaTth. : Health hate ;: Auxar.CAnnACa, .V for snip liy Wllllnnc. I.. x The Lexington L;uriwjHfvnAf-- Uell.IIiirUord Brows . out of Bortt.wcak and ccnrrally ex tin appetite , and xau't "wofk,. I()ouarefeellni Business College, :IroiL ncthemostrtlla-- . Me atfenithtnlng medlcina.whlchis Brown' Iron Bit- - A ItTif4 ts..a I VI 9 V(IVV.aak- - . , i. W. ' iSr53 .uiuers: b' DvTD.Ia. from tha "IJ MmI asa. Jsm xaUM Vtfatt ' fA, a ltd pleasant to take. ctunta J li'i Kldncv and Ltvr ' Neuralgia. Troubles, . 'Constipation, Bad DIdbil nervous anmcni3 i jiiaiana, " ' Women complaints. w Ckt rlalv thaVatMttllnak1f ha. Hue on ine Dttcr Allnlhra at luh. 1 alltutes Oiirccelntof woac aiamoi ?tj' will -- end let of Tea Baautlful World'js Pair Views and book (rce, p Dnunn vntMiuu uai.1 l(4(jft, jq,i It Cures I rnul f V"V'VlVV,,r WultH, tu LaJlaaAinalt. Tkfl aMk laidtilr iMTlutrj Uiik IUM Dba ffaab, mim JlibM for a tuaXXj lataa ailtvu, THE PBAOTICAL HVtttit-fV-- J llllthrftt Olllrlnl ttndarsriucnt. tlio or ihu i'refildent Common rrtior of theCollrnf. awcHtj Hrrrvturr und ml lie. rf t)i tlal TrcAmror of the Htcurlty Truil anJ LAtty VU Oo MaTiMnir Its ltlploiua l it lt SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. th Stlt$ A A if Cullfpe vltUat fca. Y.v f(B (h Initio, 111 tauhltf UtrtiL Brliki, itviUBM JttB. VsX aatt chMrful vIim. h lotUri tUaaia-- .. !K RKv I X eMr.niIUlfauiiflflii7 . aiAHHaji. tJukS. abruk.aidl - 4rabU vwftvalrd thaiinrT-'- VT. . UAllIllBON at CO ri K. 19, CWatbaa, ( rlaH aaA wtllloi Ik rt lhH l",B it liia'4jI.M,M):i II Y ltrmroUuo-MfUtulnt, wlionv NttlarlPi aKgregute liuudrcUa ol kuuinnrtof ilollnra iirr annum latarllnsa hml. !.(. ana I U aVonuia n( us incoa. iu tB- intinwimen wholha iviauiiia, '(y (wHAriflt liuitsini nra hi stifl patrom. Mjatriu jtt artuul, lunrllriil in iiiinrs iiiKtrtiriioii uwu by mij otltt r i Ian, mlicui'4(Uui)tha.eaua,14 fva-raiu. uiimri-mn- R 1 P A N S nKtinp. ONS CIVBS lh9tiptl rrinluma Uoldaittt )tio ik Modal mid lini.nmaii, mo," at 1t. Inlrrnntluiinl mid th Wlnlrr j;xtoal(loii In awrdid 1'11vb hiBtim of llnnfLl(?plMtr ut?a I lent! tlilt 15 yers r llu4lnM Itpparliurnt, rxpm r iiracilcal CxporrainNran ronntatn.i N tXlMrNITION Ann rlctin Ky3 tem of Hlwtliand." taught In tti(4 iillrfrf, and ll. Illffht 'i.mturariiirni In lite World, In UiMiMUluf ouTHhortlipnd ljepartmrnt tan rtVnArtfr) from th auttioia of thU rilui. 11171111 to' 1 1 I CALL 33ST' ' TKM.OHAI'IIV. Miufrlnlniilriit ofour Trlwrpu Mjatriu Irnm iiipm llatlnnr and..all.l unu.lu..M. liti arvourd ..... iriaviii4i rimiisiri liuin 1LIlil ( at jells 111 Operator to Chief with ha fill! and Sise. K tta araauat.s to go direct XQ. operators In all ' i'cnmansbjp. Dullness FIII:h with any Oarrsationdoaoi, Ountmerclal X.aw, Cvmmsrclal . Artihm.tlc and Hiielllnic UNlTIOIN. tJunramlce l'lun." I.jitlra. Writs (or 1). will sava 'Htm CTU1.Y, $79,000 00 jMiinonsr Wilt. (or lutlructluns IJuaraiilrn that tMIF) llall.var I. t as reurcsunt.fl tuo'liHi l.l( Itl'ILIllMl, uwiiad, erreled and turuishixl tiy us, to iiieat tus nur nrni ruuir.ments or Ilrnl, tirai system orintitruc. lion, rurnnp lerlrl l.llt, Wuur, ti.riect ventilation The larse.t and tno.t oauthncd tluslurs Colletre UullUlna; In tnaNmilli, coon po.ltioii nt iirurtUut l,I.IllilAi, Worlc. drimWH' No7 IVSTHIXTIOW i train i)Urtclr, fric train ImpaM tnr. HUperlineiiileuUs, r tllwuy and tflfKraph companies, llttt ini7 u nriniii in ltrklltvav Hvitem fur mw iiunu uvtiunK th rn itnlpta mraifiiat hfratni anf) a (prVliLu puriiaA4 Tk'kaMKijkr. Pictures la m rr-r EwrSlrle bl.ouii Srfi)t:i?(Vu(ra Qppictl pi Enlarged A. ftof la JPCljVTCYrr4 'ur WHEN.YOuVGO TO.. QWEHSBDEta CThoain,, 'Svill'tOMS--'Moistyro- - uWlrJ. ulth tfiey will'iSflf ytni,tbr'same,Mi(6r Orntvf tlmrasili ifuii&i IU1M lime Aor Ijt" In ts1teaEtSTcon)nUt.K uwij"" .tniitTisn ll Tu.j liannroralisueh il.loii, OALUOUNjtrrlilclpsl.jsi r IsjrAJJrc.tji VJier . ti ' XHW3, I I?- - oryu.wj,yZ. ,ceaeatf9t.,'Wtw Mnni'4k, ,wv, j ..' . Cn37 ' ' JMIel''HTlifl7ei7lir l'lle. v .. ... ' ttrS.7W'irt0 know thot Groves tumors form, i VAsyMQhiU Tonic U guirniitrecUo ujcefate, becSuilug very'sdre. SSvnu's' QurtramUa pnti foyer", 'Mgifpjie fid OiNtiimlT stops theltchliig ndbleed-i- ; (joiys 55 d,,.or"youriiiiiuey",will e Inir!. ilienla ulceration, and. .in most cases removes the tumors., .At .druii- maljror so cc,nts. '"Dr. J yilllw:& Pell.J IJatlfonVKyjTi Swuyne&Soii.l'hWelphia, " ' i limiiru. y , ..(, ingiand.itinglig;motint.night,frPe Interne itch-- 1 II nlloAyedia continue Nvhiclt olfcii bUea arid - I tho Btory of the demented lover to P1WFESS10NAL CARD. Highest of all in Leavening Power. - - Latest U. S. Gov't Report save you alarm nnd i myself danger, A Imsitiffs npn may meet Ms IrilU but you shall know the story now as Vltl certntnty nntl case, it is. One year ngrf last May I gave LA-WYER- , (ritii lili iiiills If tic Imt jitmnptly Carrie Reynold a ring, a plain gold To rnteit lite lavutlnrr breczf. OWUNSnOflO, KY. band, almple iu ItselL but it wat the V ill practice lil irl6!nu iu Dsties seal ol our engagement in my ab untl iiiljiiniiiif: OMiuiiIci, Sitffinl sence, we ll id known and loved given t Oflice, leach other from ourejiildood and had Hank of Commerce lluiiiliiig. spent many pleasatitl hours in planears ll business w1ieelsUresllpp(nr qogs.li ning our happy home in the for West Ihh.H.UIciim, 11 Kale J.N, II. Hril.lhig. prove traJjitlecjreaac, Trent business wheclsllkiothecivIiecls when I hid preempted a homestead Kentiicuy la llriiublirnii. GLENN & WEDDING, REPAYING MAIL BAGS. Apply n little grease. there, for wc were yet to poor to conIn the Stcond, Thlrd.Poutth, Filth, summate our engagement, and I beSixth, Seventh, Ninth, Tenth, and The "sand" iu common use Is grit. A Groat Industrial Estab- Eleventh Congressional districts the come like yourselves an emigrant, nAUTFORD, KY. The motive power Is "chftik"' (Office, ore r Anderson's TJaiaar.) Tits medium, the printer man, lishment Located at and in South Dakota I began to make net Republican gain iri 1894 over 1892 practice their nrniVatinn In l. Tho "grease" is printers' ink. a home where I hoped that Carrie and tho Nation's was 42030. We cannot include the theWill rdriters'lnk. courts of Ohio arid adjoining coun I should spend the many happy years Capital. , Because we' Had no canFirst district ties, nnti court 01 Appeals. Bpecial of our lives, and in the meantime the didate there in 1894 nor the Eighth attenlion given collections. MASKED GRAVE THE Also mails brought me many cheerful let- Special to The Repubucan. Khere we had no candidate in 1892, Notary Public for Ohio county. WATCHER. from my affianced, but a ftw ters Every one knows that uncle The average gains in each District iu months ago they ceased to come and Sam is engaged in various pha- 1894 over 189 j'was 4670. Giving the uw. In the autum of 18 , white on an a friend wrote me that a young minisses of business... in., orjler to First district the benefit ofan average overland trip for the far West, I fell ter was paying attentions to Carrie, carry out his main purpose, which is gain and the Democratic plurality . in with a party ol emigrants IromUa AW nnd agnhi heajpfeme. 'the gaudy proper conduct ol the government of there would be only 2187. But the tetn Kentucky, and as their point of dress and polished ina'nuera of Carl over sixty millions of people. Per- net gain in tin Second, district is 'destination was very near ours we de- Helms, a brilliant young preacher, haps the average citizen does not re- only lIAIlTFtJltn, KY. lit 2390 and allowing that as the cided to travel together. " We struck has captured the heart ol Carrie, and alize, even those who arc more or less gain of the Wilf practictthli prQfession in Ohio First we find that the camp oitc night, early in SepI iear that you are supplanted. She familiar with Washingtpu, that at First district's niojotity In 1894 and adjoining counties, ami court of Appeals. Special attention given t- tember, lit a spring a few rods from no longer wears your ring.' I wrote the Nation's capital there is a large would be 4467. Assuming that the the road, In Western Missouri. Just Carrie again and again, but no answer establishment controlled entirely by Democratic majority in the First collections. Office east side oi'pi'ir.it square after sunset, while the women were ever came, finally a friend wrote me, Uncld Saul, which is devoted to purely would have suffered as it did in the preparing supper, ,n young man ode 'Carrie is no more,' and I hastened industrial purposes. It is the shop Second we find that the State gave a M. I IlKAVRIN. SlIhUlY TAYtOR. up to the camp, dismounted, threw home. I met Carl Helms and knew where the mall bags Used in the pos clear Republican majority of 466 1 for HEAVR hi jet.rjs upqnkthe. ground rnd seated him. & TAYLOR, Helms was an alias, his real tal service are repaired. Some idea the Republican party. There has been . himself on a vacant name was Hargravcand he was want- q( the magnitude of this bnsincss can no reason a Change favorable toDemoc-rac- y Third wa'i "nothing especially striking ed in Texas for an express robbery, be gathered from the fact that the sinie then and we believe that about hli boyish, sunburned face, ex and was known to have been associat- building occupied for this purpose i3 the Republicans Would win today by HARTFORD.-K-Yr cept an expression ol unusual adnesi.' ed with a desperate gang of hy Will practlceJlncr 'prbessioii in all n. structure where amajoiity npptoximating 25,000. large tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining He was raised, however, by re- there ore over two hundred and thirty (Grayson Eigle. JJive just , overf there," he said; cpunties, and iu fho Court ot( ,Ap-pepointing toward n email cottage 'a half spectable and wealthy parents, iu Se- - persons employed, Bpecial altentioii given' to SMAIlTGIIlL,TniS.,, drain (urlongs1 nway, vlnd stopped dalla, and could easily' effect the pol The annual expenditure is about collections. " Ofiico; whti" ddor to to tell you of astrange appearance lsnea manners of a centlcman. but he $100,000, and while this ruajrseem a Bikof,Iarlford. Sometimes seen after' nightfall aboul loved Carrie with a sincerety worthy large amount to be used simply In .8hs JlqtaUiB Har TJndor Trytna Olroum'stanooa. that graveyardjustover there. It is of an honest man, and deceived, by I the tepair ot mall bags, yet is said by Perry Westcrflelji, said that a man wearing a mask and his affected manners. I am not surs me post oiiicc department oiuciais, ,A Neat Tilt or Comedy Enacted In Cenarmed with a Winchester rifle is seen prised that Carrie loved him in re- that if the shop was not in existence tral Tark, Now York Tha incident about there, and to prevent your be- turn, but it is a source of everlasting that tiie government would spend two Wat Delicate, Hut Too Uood ' Beaveh Dam, Ky. to Keep. coming alarmed, should he come topleasure to me that just a lew hours or three times as much as it does at night, I called to explain what might before the end came she called for my present in the purchase of mail bags. While seated upon a rustic bench appear to you mysterious. B.D.RIN00 A young ring and it is down there ow,"point-in- g As every one knows, the bags are iu Central park on a Sunday after- E.D.OUFFY. ' cSc Klaig-o- ; noon, enjoying tho beauties of nalady died about a month ago and was toward the new made grave,"and made of canvas or jute, and are Suband' lnterostedlywatchlnR tho Uttoi-neysgit.gaburied there, nnd her lover, to whom that is why I am (here jected considerable hard usage. Even ture ipassint? crowds of plcasurc-soekorshe was engaged, has become dement vidian has sworn that he will take it an expert baggage smasher does not I was made, the Innocent observer pt 33:cirtfor4. arajitwclcy. and imagines somebody is going from her finger yet," and at this handle the luggage, of the traveling ed Will nractico in all courts of Ohio as neat a bit of cpmody acting as to steal her "away and goes there to point he raised upon his knees and public with tuore recklessness than anyone could wish to witness, Says and adjoining counties, tjuperjor guard her grave and you need't leel caught up his gun. Looking away to the mail bags are treated in their long (n 'wHter In the Now York Press. Court and Court of Appeals. Collections' anil all legal business ntlend-i- d no alarm should he come , My scat was slightly removed from men coming in journeys. tnc Notth we saw 'to. Oflice 329 E. Market St. "We'r not a'ffaidof ghost living( the direction of the cemetery. Tiiul a "prime requisite iu the the pub! ic path, flDd was screened; by some friendly bushes, sol could, very nor dead," called Jess Bversolc to the Eversole and myself slipped quiet- dispatch ol the mils, and the bags passreadily hear and see R- - R. WEDDING , stranger as lie galloped away. ly through the gate and Eversole are loaded into wagons, and from ing in my Iramcdlato what was withvicinity After supper we held a hasty condropped down by the fence. process is rethence into cars, or the out being seen, t 'had' not b'e$n sultation in regaid to the strange sto"Come on," I whispered. versed, and the main consideration is seated la my bdwervcry long before ry of our Visitor. Bands of lawless Hartford, Ky. ' "There is two of 'em coming," he the saving of time. When the bags thcro came strolling dowo the path marauders were known to infest the said, "and I am going to see this felWill practice his profession Jn all a young maid, it most Charming girl, become worn or torn or damaged in the courts of Ohio and .adjqining country, and the strange conduct of low through.'' any way, they ate gathered together who recently made Jaeridcbut, nnd counties. Also Notary Public. our caller gave us grave apprehen. I returned to the camp and had be- and. forwarded to the great repair who has been decidedly one of ,the Oflice, room 20, Hartford Hpuse. belles of the ecosoo, W)th ber as pions of dagger. Wef finally decided gun to tell the grave watcher's story shop in this city. There is a small her escort was a young fellow very lo accept tor the present the story of when a, shot rang out on the still repair shop in Chicago where, howweJl known about town and very the,d.emeuted lover and watch devel- night air and ,a few moments later ever, only minor injuries are made much, liked, both by the men nnd opments. Eversole came into camp and without good. At the shop in this city, some girls. Itumor says, ami, in foot, "I'll dement him," put in Uversole waiting to be questioned said as he 200,000 mail bags are received, over- paid for some time, that thoy qro has enas he went on with the cleaning of put his Winchester away: "It ended hauled, and sent to different parts of gaged and the engagement Is shortslight- well" his Winchester, not having the Hartford, Ky. the country every 30 days. Some ly to be announced. Whether they est conception of the meaning of the aro engaged or not I know not, but TIT ILL practice his profeseion In all When daylight came we put out our or the mail 'pouches are mede of leath)t Is very 'evident that thcro is an IT the courts of Ohio and adjoining word. Wc watched carefully for the campfires and hurried away from the er, and experts are needed to make understanding between them. I counties and Court of Appeals. Specdemented lover, but it was nearly eventful spot. H. T. . J. necessary repairs. There is in addi watched th,em as they came along ial attention given to fojlections. midnight when' Rversole, who had Sulphur Springs, Ky. tiou a mall lock shop, where 15 skillOffice next door below Common and was vastly amu9oa ia noting fbo been secreted in'some sagebrush near ed mechanics are employed, and about loyo-lllfglances wblctj 'constantly clttl Hotel. 8100 ltcwnrd, 8100. the graveyard, came into camp and darted tfotween them, whllo It was The readers of "this paper will ' be 30 other men and boys. reported the appearance of a man pleased to learn that there is at least The pay of those who repair mail very evident that thoy were unojon. . masked and trmed in the cemetery. scious of every foot except that thoy pays no attention to us," said one dreaded disease that science has bags is not large; but the labor is un- wero together, As tbey. nparotf my "He mainly In sew Eversole, "but laying close against a been able to cure in all its stages and skilled, as it consists bench, unconscious of niy presence, Ing and patching the canvass sacks. HARTFORD, KY. UrgQ grave stone with his gun ready that is Catarrh. Hall's CatairhCure I distinctly heard a lltllo click on Will practico his is the only posltivecure known to the It is a singular thing, but occasionalprofession in tlio path' and notified that the young tho fpr use; seems to be watchjug for the courts oftOJilo and adjoining coupfie. approach, ol parties from the opposite medical fraternity. Catarrh being a ly mail matter is found in the sacks Woman stopped perfectly still. She constitutional disease, requires a con- which are sent to the repair shops. did not move an eyelash, but Slowly Careful attention jjiveu tqaTj busirjest, direction," 'him, Office IMlTri- stitutional treatment, Hall's Catarrh This is mostly newspapers and circu- a bright Cerise tint stole into her entrusted to of us were Inclined to be, Several LXOXit JJuilding. Is chocks. is taken internally, acting di. lars, but once in a wlille a letter lieve the story ot the demented lover, Cure "What la it?" said ho. but the women were panic stricken at rectly upon the blood and mucous found. Fpr this reason bags are Sbo considered a momont, then a surface of the system, thereby de- carefully inspected befor t;hey are look of determination set the the idea of the presence of an armed s AT ot ber mouth and she said: "I maniac in easy gun shot of the camp. stroying the foundation of the disease, placed in tVe hands of the work peoHARTFORD, KY. and giving the patient strength by ple. have- just dropped" aud stopped. . j';9pmB pn," saldjEversoler beckonWill practice his profession in all th building up the constitution and asSofue tline,ago a patent attorney In Ha lookoiback hastily and took a courts of Ohio ing to me, "nnd less get his gun." and adjoining counties. sisting nature, iu doing its work. this city forwarded p book of patent stop or two from her, Whllo, big J AVe caulibuslytapproached within a Careful will be glyen to al was away frptn her Sbo rooted business attenlion faith coupons to a client to be, used in seThe so much glance few yards of thcinasked grave wntch-cVan- d ColBwlflly. A pale blue band of silk lections entrusted to ' his care. a specialty. pfllc6" wilh the by tlie Might of ,tlie full' moon in its curative powers, that they of curing copies of patents, His client elastic lay at hor feet, until now any1 case county Attorney. Also Notary Publle received the letter but It did not connow, nearlyintbejiuidheavens we saw fer One Hundred Dollars for bidden by her spreading gown. A (he ground, with that it falls to'cure. Send for list of tain the coupons. A long while, afterfilm stretched upon magnlflceqt. flno opal buck)e sur3". Xj, BOg-KRS- , wards a ppst office inspector called on rounded with dlarnonl8 at oqqcnd'qf hfcthtad Slightly, raised, and. looking testimonials' ' Address 'P. T. CHENEY & CO., the attorney and asked him if lie had tho'half-yar- d jpngth had made tho awaytp the north,. oppearantly nnVyiiconicToijs not sentsent a book of coupons "click" aa It atfiicJVtbapaVcroe'nt. about ulie Tojedoj O." GREENVILLE, KY, by 'druggists, 75c. 44Mt. through the mails which had not "Oh, thero It Is," said she, with emigrants camp behind him; I touch-c'- d Will practice his profession iu all reached their destlnatian. He said s wcot shotild'er arid said: Uversole on Ihe He p(cked it up. The buckle was courts 3f liluhlenberg aud adjoining On Friday' and Saturday of each that he had, and the inspector pro "jje Weave n'm 'Jjne, lje means week until further notice tickets will duced the lost coupons, which it warm, and as blji Augers clasped It I counties. Special attenlion will be noliarm to us," but Eversole, more could see the blood mount to his given to collections find 'all busiuess through thirst Hoc ' n"dventure; 'than be on sale to Grayson Springs at seeraS had been fouud in a mail'sack, face. entrusted to bis care. Office next to return only on trains which had been forwarded to the $1 25 good lear of danger, insisted on disarming "Walt n momont whllo I put It door below poatofilco. 4,; ' . leaving the Springs Sunday night or shop. said sbo, hereolornovor waverhim. 3rP. TSTIESjSl.JLm "hands up," said Mouday morning following date of "When I gefhis It was evident thattbpletterhad been ing, lie breathed hard. It was H. Mbkrick. sale. (Cbnnfy AUomty) ' rifled by some one who supposed that early In the afternoon and tho parjr he, ' you take his gun." the coupons had an available money wa3 crowded Still, If sho could We approached very near him, un stand It bo could. Have, observed, nnd when Eversole called tlon lor yam reuencu your auusrrlvalue. A list Is kept of the coupons 18D3T Then, without a trace oven of a HARTFORD, KY. (jut "hands, up," he hastily obeyed. aud in this way the jxut office in- twinkle In her oye, she lifted her Vr, Prlc'ai Cream Daklng Powder' Will practico bis profession in the tore "oifhla mask trace the' owner arms and clasped the dainty band ic satj upright a,ud spector was able to Courts ot Ohio and. adjoiuiug couu-tle- s. World's Pair Highest AwmJ. and the moonlight fell on the same of the lost book. round her throat. It just fitted; tba Special attention given to colCily mid Connlr y I'll pern. matched the fulnt lino of coUjr lections. Office in Courthouse. face that had visited our pad blue A year or so ago one of the cu The New York Weekly Herald has and tho opal gleamed u camp at sunset rious features of the niall bag repair in her gown, "$it d,own," said he, "Ihaye n sto- been dicoutinued and will be consoli- shop was a woman employed as one fitting ornament beneath her chin. ry to tell ypu, insincerely carriesjits' dated with the Sunday edition. The ol the repairers who had been totally Then tboy continued their walk and, was If penalty, t jiad occasions to be here to- Herald remarks that "the legitimate blind for years. Her special duty this soon lost tosight. meetby chance 11 ttlo item should tho oyo field of weekly news is filled to the night, as, ypu. see me and invented nia'il bags which of tho Interested persons, I sincerely satisfaction, otlocal readers by country was to examine the nnd town papers' thai' ttow 'stud the bad defective cords, and either repair trust sho will forglvo my presumpJSufforod for Twolvo Yoara. them or to supply them with new tion In daring to recite tho Incident yadou tates like In $1 sky-- " OitUt, (formerly qnUrpriit.) TaulorX here, but tho Item was too good to wonand proprie- ones. She did this work with J. W. Darrow, editor bo lost. WortLrVsDisrasanrMBDicuLAiwooutioif, derful quickness, and was reganled tor of the Chatham (N:i X.) Comipr. Houtaciodning tf.rte. of the most efficient; workers O.ntkrwn-- A heart overflowing with as one o prpnipt mo, to wrlto jrou. Twelr lonr predicts that other New York' dailies In the shop. weurr y Many paused before the hand wilt take the hint. 'lie' says', editor- IuSored Uterorgan and listened to Its rude , tally.. , ,,, ;. ;,, ine Derangemelody. ment nod at "Country people want their lo?al HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, lnlaVarVaaaAa n 1 nIPn aim "Thore'a no ploco llko home," kit was glrea paper for the local news.attipaamuch, XkViu.u,.' i HAH Hi ANU up by mr Is prepared to do any and all kinds droned the organ. to Ufo. as It also contains. iy shpuld contain, ;, CHILDREN buatdra Ipaud- .Tears, sprang tA tbp eyes of the of Peuta) Operations, J Prices most uijr winoas em some general news, those. who can afwe had. After man with tjie dusty but, ts.rs is no opiiui or .toer pauanauj reasonable, Oflice over Williams St drug to mouths' aLmlKBrtriKMV ulAve mentwltrj ford to take but one paper ' will take I "Tliero's no plaoollke homo." treat Bell's prug Store. I lour Doctor the home paper Those who want ''I bdpa riot," sighed tho man, for fterco'a Favor. 'lWrWRlgT his thoughts wero with tho bare, Ito PresorlD- - more general news take the-- dallies." ELECTRIC TEIEMHWE It ht tasa u.l )a tha practice 0! a loo, I "".w eo- ' Vc" floors and MnrL WiUoa .urn cmn. Bol J outri at. at rfit, no MTthr ' iilifUl (Auous physlclsA (or over ttn years a dinner of cold potato in v most ex- City papers way put out ''a weekly laOiir.VUIwordtraBlrr. MmJ4 U tr (or rc.thlag and Ssunat.r Coas- orilent, uoallU. I would, to day. lioro boon Ma tbofx aow aivl offlx OrvtU! on tba top of tho sewjog machine. In my grave, and ray llttk) chllJrtjrj raolhor-- ). edition at 50 cents, or a$ cents If they Uam b1 bWt iUt oa tarta. filalnt. No sioih.r should ta without stcood suam.r. ' hod It. not bean (or you and your medl- Detroit Tribune, A)iiinixuiiri)WiMflriii Qm your medicine u please, but these papers cannot give cilno. I will rooommom la a rjMtdnea taaaaa a Al loalltS 265o. AND SOo. BOTTlta. BIhbura, FlaalarvDaafaaio wwu nraalllYB. , U DUUXS. book nn. fl4wbaUaavdlaU. UtfttfrlarfaH tMftdj tot j If an. nun dmihfa thtfl oimm vnw nam. mn tie loo il news matter," whlcn(s the Cry ', , oddrcaa, r.W. rtOYD A CO., 0mbar, Kjv ntwr out af orUr, na ivilrliaj luta a Ufa le'of thecountry weekly and its own tlawt Wurraai.! XOUli sincerely, eculinrpropjrty.- - fourth Riti to. Mas. MAtVINA WILSOH. K4JTm ft C . Ctarl IW JiiulV. An&QUWVEJW Powder PJBE Baking collt-eiiuna-, - LAWYEfiS, , , Tames Simltli, PRIY JT 31 camp-stool- Kiforneys etfLaw way-me- five-stor- y als. Attorney at Law. to Attorney at Law, , o Jo B. ROGERS. Attorney at Law, cor-ncr- AlTOItNEY Law, obHv-lous- Attorney at Law, tf re-p- air ou' EL Attorney af aw, J. R. PIRTLE sra gntl-tud- .,-,- .... DENTIST , phj-aiol- an MSk omPifJLM'jpp 1 j . Children for Pitcher's Castoria. 1 t,4mrmm WBWiii !. ji 'Jfc'jWV WP JrV " "' ? Jf '(V'r""l,, w. - irr IMyimy n iwtijMHiwwiwiwiffrw'' ,.' ij WPT-W- K ' v- - i frj -" T1T' "1 'in rfiM'T. Hartford Republican runusiiHD F.vr.nv nuuAY horning HAH A. ANIr.lUIOr JO. II, lUUJEHH Proprietor. Bdller. 1895. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. mi in ii Friday, Junk at, Hi 8TATE LENATOR. Wn arc authorized to announce Dr. A. D.James, Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate lor State Senator in the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. n : WM. F. RAPIER, The proprietor of the ELLENDAI.E BEPRESENTATIVE. Jfra. X. JS. JUvnolda FAIR & STOCK FARM, near Curds-vlliWe are authorized to annouuee BooMTlUe, Ky, known Esq. W. I. Rown, Ky Is among the best m Hlstraln-in- g Of Centcrtown, as a candidate to repmen in Western Kentucky. resent Ohio county in the Lower and breeding stables first brought Assembly, House of the next General him into notice several years ago and BUilnMi, Pln In th Back, Llw subject to the action of the RepublicOamptatnt All Cured by Mood's. I the grand success of his 1894 fair made an party. o roach In prla ol "I cannot him known over the State. The magauthorized to announce We are BeiMpulUa. I wm sabet to of his plans for the 1895 fair is KoodtoIn C. M. Barnktt nitude palos tar book, dtiilnMi, Jiver com. housecandidate to represent Ohio county lr A Hea4 Everywhere. making his name familiar as a pUlnl add that tired feeling; . X WM worn out and could icarcely walk in the next House of Representatives, Asa test of the wide circulation of hold word all over the Green River Ml! mile and it seemed aa tbonsh life to the action of the Republicsubject The Hartford Republican, you have Country, The grandeur of his new WMBbqrdenattbeaf of IS. I did Hot an party. only to read the following letter writ- Fair buildings and the beauty of his are aboot lltlnr. when friend Inducad Ma to Try Hood's ten irom Arkansas to Messrs. Pair large and up to date program, makes Ropublican Stato Tickot. BanepaiUU. It baa benefited me sreatlr Bros. A Co., of this place. The assurance doubly sure that his claim adlheTanot been without It ilnoe. I V. 0. Uradloy. Governor circulation isnot confilned that his Fair isTHEFair of theGreen And it to be wonderf at blood purines end Lieut.Govcrnor V. J. Worthing I out mt to all who latter from compltlnU to Ohio county, as some would supRiver country, is simply the tiuth, brought about by Impure blood, If they ton. pose, but has readers in nearly every Since last Fair he has planted out want to be eared take Hood 'a Bariaparllla. Too tan consider roe a life long blend Ut Auditor S. II. Stono. state in the Union, and when nn ad- hundreds ot forest shade trees, made Secretary of State Chas. Finley. vertisement is placed in Its columns beautiful carriage drives, which with Geo. W. Long. Treasures it will be read by thousands every the artistically designed flower beds, Ilood'e Oaneparltla, whloh I recommend one hundred dollars worth of properThe condition of Court House Attorney General W. S. Taylor. Mas. LUOT B. week. Read the following letter: make the grounds the realization of at erery opportunity." Kentucky. A good house is Square continues to grow more disty and $1.50 poll. JUnroLne, DoooeTllle, Superintendent of Public Instruc-tio- n dream. He has also made a Bro3. & Co , Hartford, Ky. a poet's Fair to be put up and tho prospects for a tressing, ,J'" nia. Clliouinen, The feno is tumbling Hood's Pill W. J. Davidson. Git.vn.rmE: Ten cents enclosed new Race Track; half mile regulation splendid high school at Fordsvillo ore ddwn, . m many parts of it already being Register of Land Office C. O. for one dozen shell hair pins, per ad- 50 feet In width. The large 3 story very flattering. Steam down, tho outbuildings are in a misReynolds. vertisement in The Hartford RepubHotel Is nearing completion; the erable state of repair and the whole KV. Owemsiioro, Commissioner of Agriculture Lui Floral Hall is well tinder way, Mrs. G. J. Bannon, lican. The Senatorial Committee of the place is fast putting on a look of careMinturn, Arkansas. cas Moore. as Is also the 200 foot addition to the Docs finest work of any laundry in District composed of tho counties of less desertion. Is it possible that grand-stand- . All the buildings are' June 15th, 1895. KAILHOAD COMMISSIONER. the West. No injurious ingreOhio, Mublenburg and Butler met at the Court of Claims will pass this large, substantia, and convenient. dients used. Work all guaranFirst District -J- erry Porter. Beaver Dam Saturday and called the very important matter by again in The enterprise is one of such magniteed to give satisfaction. PatSecond District H. S. Irwin. Senatorial Convention to meet nt October without somo well tude that but very few men could pro directed rons' linen Insured against fire Appellate Court Judge George Grcenvillo on Wednesday, August and liberal action? ject or plan it, and fewer could carry Tho county's while in the laundry. RuRelle. 7th. Tho Ohio county delegates to property is going to waste out the details to a successful finish. and the insent on Tuesday and- this Convention will Deselected by the terests of the Mr. Rapier's clear Judgment, indomU Laundry demand that SPECIAL NOTICE. County Convention to bo held here such action bo taken. returned on Saturday tab'le energy and perseverance, backed Tho great on July 22nd. by his upright business principles, drawback heretofore seems to have of each week. made repeated appeals to We havo make him a successful as well as rebeen the cost of the proposed brick Ik the recent teachers' examination wall around the markable man. subscribers who are in arrears with Tamil, Otiletly Cuh. yard. This can be Walter M. Patx, Agt. The ladies of Ohio county ought to responded cheerfully in tho county there were 77 appli- dispensed with and the property put us; some have cants. There were issued 9 First-cla- ss be getting their handy work ready to Hartford, Ky. in just as good condition and made advance, others and paid one year in exhibit at the Floral Hall. The incerlifica(cs;15 Secondclass; 15 Third-clas- s far more beautiful at half the cost or to our nohave paid no attention ToUaka Pur Ulead ducements offered are greater than at "Hew la Core all Hkln DUeaeee." and 38 failures. Except for less than half the expense of the There is no medicine before the people ordinary Fairs. Besides the premium Simply apply "Swoyne's Ointtices. To all those who have paid we the fact that many of the teachers equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla. It Is given to the best specimen of work of ment." No internal medicine requirwall. Let the yard be extended a aro very thankful, to those who have had passed the Reading Circle examthe standard spring medicine and its class, there will be given a $110 ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all few feet on each side, a layer of eruptions on the face, nose, &c .leavnot paid, we ask you again to call or ination there would have been only heavy foundation blood purifier and It possesses peculiar Packard Organ for best display in the ing the skin clear, white stone laid and and healthy. one First-clas- s certificate and would merit others try in vain to reach. It hall and a premium of $25 in gold to Its great healing and curative powers send in that subscription account you this surmounted by a good iron have been 55 instead of 38 failures. really makes the weak strong. Do the best display from each county rep are possessed by no other remedy. fence. Then let tho yard bo graded owe. We are at a great expense evResolved, That the chaiiman of not neglect to purify your blood this resented by at least four displays. Ask your druggist lor Swavnr'sdown to this fence at an angle of ery week and MUST have what is 34 iyr. Fitou the Democratic Conventions this convention appoint delegates to spring. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla Anyone desiring any information re- Ointment. degrees or less and we will duo us on subscription. Look at the from over the State last Monday, said State Convention and that said now. garding premiums, or wanting prohave one of the prettiest yards in delegates be instructed to support the label on your paper and you will see the indications point to the nomina- this part of the Stato Hood's Pills become the favorite grams, the Secretary, Robert T. and that, too, provisions of the last National Demotion of Hardin for Governor, and a cathartic with every one who tries Smith, Sorgho, Ky., will cheerfully how much you are indebted to as, at a nominal cost, cratic Platform and to vote as a unit them. great monkey and parrot time of it and freely furnish the same on appli25c. per box. don't rest until you have paid it on the money question. Free Silver and cation or you can call at Z. Wayne Teachers and others who want to in support of Col. Nail and to use all off. Your subscription account is is by no means dead and there is a attend the People-Tha- i's tbe Griffin & Bro.'s drugstore, Hartford, an interesting meeting and en honorable means to secure bis nomi- Hencli The BepnbileaM deee It.Point just as essential as any account and growing tendency to straddle the joy a short visit to the Capital of the nation and vote as a unit on platform, However excellent the form of the Ky. policy and declarations. you ought to pay it just the same as question. The party leaders here are Blue Grass country, should make a advertisement may be and however We endorse and the declaany other account, and you will con- already on the fence prepared to stay note of the forth.coming meeting of ration of principles enunciated in the persistently pushed.it must be placed there or fall on either side, as the the Kentucky Educational Associain a medium which reaches the peofer a great iavor on us by us paying plattorm adopted by the last National Cry necessities of the caso may demand. tion at Lexington, on July 1st, 2nd Democratic Convention. Under those ple and tbe greater the number of AT ONCE. and 3rd. The railroads of the State declarations with tariff reform as our readers the greater the value of the Krpaallean Ceaveiallen, Ex. Demo will sell round trip tickets at one fare craft and Graver Cleveland as our medium. A few less important As usual the Democrats of Jefler A delegate county convention disgraceful time crats called the Republicans cowardly for the round trip, good until July helmsman, we swept the country Killed In nutler Cenuljr. son county had a is called to meet in Hartford, Ky. because, in the County Convention, 5th. This will enable those who so The promises made in that platform There was another killing in But- at the court house, Monday, Monday in their convention, and July 22, Whallen's machine gobbled up every- they did not see proper to assume tho d esiro to remain in Lexington over have been carried out as far as we ler county early Tuesday morning. 1895 at 10 o'clock to nominate a thing to tho disguBt of light minded prerogative which by common con- the Fourth and attend tho Lexington were permitted to Ho' so by the opposi- W. II. Cardwell shot and instantly candidate for Representative Clay and sent belongs to State or National Chautauqua, which bos an unusually tion of the Republicans and a few killed Ditto Jones about 6 o'clock at from Onto ccunty, in tbe next session members of the party. Aberdeen, about one mile from Conventions, and to declare the posi- attractive program for that day, in- recreant Democrats In Congress. of the General Assembley of the comSound Money carried the day in in cold blood. tion of the party on the money ques- cluding T.DeWitt Talmage and GenWe congratulate the country upon monwealth of Ky. It is ordered that Tbe trouble came up over a chicken on Satnrdayjuly 20, tion. No adjectives could be found eral John B. Gordon as lecturers. the marked improvement in the con1895 conventions that was recently killed by one of beheld In each voting precinct has adequate to the task of expressing the Such The St. Louis a combination is not often dition of our people and of business in land as evidenced them and on meeting at Aberdeen Ohio county to select delegates to had an eye on Kentucky politics for pretended disgust of the the found, and no teacher can well afford affairs all over the the by the great and cdntinuing rise in ihey began quarreling. Altera lew convention called for July 22, some time, and in a recent issue it patriots. But now strange (?) to say to miss this meeting. The program words bad been exchanged Cardwell Each precinct shall have, in the said: the Democratic County Convetion of the Educational Association is full wages and reductions in prices of necessities. This is the direct result of drew his pistol and fired two shots in- county convention one vote for each Kentucky De- comes along and on tho question that of important topics to be discussed "The silver fight in by the wise tariff Legislation of the Dem- to Jones' body, killing him instantly. mocracy will help the Republicans, of twenty-fiv- e votes, cast in such pre-fnow rending the party in twain, able speakers The meeting will be ocratic party and the sound financial Jones lived on a shanty boat with his course, but they will carry the State is John W. Lewis at the November says not one word, further than to held in the A. and M. College Audithis year without it." policy of the present Administration. family at Rockport, and Cardwell re- 1894 election, and one for each fractho Chicago platform of torium, and Lexington will do her After bearing the reports of the sides at Aberdeen. tion of such vote over twelve. The timo was when a Republican 1892. They do without any quibble best to make the meeting attractive committee and naming the following Jones was working on the boat Said precinct conventions are called been tho precise thing they kicked the to all who attend. County Convention might have when Cardwell came down. As soon to meet Present indica delegates the meeting adjourned! at two o'clock p. m. held in a space so small as a jury Republicans for doing, and to make tions point to this as the best meeting R. P. Hocker. J. B. Vickers. S. K. as Cardwell had realized what he had The East and West Hartford ts room at the Court House,but to think the case more to their disadvantage it the Association has had in a long Cox, J. E Pendleton, E. D. Walker, donehe left for parts unknown and it is shall be held together. The unterrified, the great unwash- may be remarked that tho Republic- time, and the location, the time, and II. P. Taylor, T. J.SinithJ. S Glenn. thought he has gone to Indiana. It two Fordsville of the precincts shall hold Is reported that an organized posse of convention ed, holding their county powwow in an party is practically a unit on the program combine to insure suc- Alternates: J. E. Bead, R. Holbrook, as one precinct. The voarmed men is scouring the surroundso small a space, can but call to mind Sound Money and bos been always, cess. Every teacher in the State Shelby Taylor, J. B. Wilson, Ben ters in the Olaton precinct will vote How are tho while the Democracy does not knows who can possibly do so, ought to at- Graves, B. D. Rlngo.Mack Poiter.G. ing country for the murderer. the exclamation: In precinct conventions held in a. mi what it believes on that question. mighty fallen! in which they voted at the Nov. tend and take a port in the proceed- B. Likens, John T. Smith, L. M. Ren1894 election. ings and thus help on the great ad. der, M. Bean, F, L. Felix. M.J. Reid, The following is the vote each prePERinrs tbero are not two more vance movement in education. The vote for Chairman in the LoHeir Hatee on Hnailajr, We Will Rone, J. P.SanderfurJim Brown. ina " Taking effect Hay 26th the Louis cinct will have in the county convengan County Democratic Convention earnest, zealous, hardworking young trust our section of tho State may be Comuiss-sl- on "Thelnterstate Commerce ville, St. Louis & Texas Railroad will can- tion. e Saturday stood 30 for John S. Rhea Democrats men who for the past fully represented by live has just made public its annual Hattford 8 sell on every Sunday round trip tickand 15 for his opponent a total oi"45 several years have fought the party teachers, for it is only such that at- repoit shewing the condition of railBeaver Dam 5 ets between all its stations ,on main After all the noise Rhea has fights with unswerving fidelity to De- tend these educational gatherings and roads in the United States. The total Votes. Sulphur Springs 7 line at one fare for the round trio. been making and all the strife and mocracy than Editor Ben D. Ringo reap the benefits accruing from railway mileage, in the country on June Cool Springs , ; 3 Tickets are good on date of sale, good If them. turmoil in Logan, is it possible that and Chairman G. B-- . Likens. 30, 1894, was 178,708 guiles, an inHorse Branch This rrlvea ev 5 returning same dav. crease during the year of 2,247 miles, tho combined forces could only num- hard service counts for anything sureFordsville The leader Itetraeta IU Farmer .10 eryone an opportunity to visit one of During the year sixteen roods were ber 45 men? The Democracy seems ly they merit a goodly share of recogStatements, Aeinavme 2 the largest cities or spend a day with The total number of A few weeks ago the Hardinsburg abandoned. to havo about reached the last ditch. nition at the hands of the party for g their friends along the line. For furthCentcrtown which they have labored so faithful- Leader came out in an editorial criti- locomotives were 5.345. which was on Small House . . , er information call on agent 'or adAt Rollington, Oldham county, ly. But, notwithstanding, their vali- cising Mr.CM. Barnett.of this place, increase of 704 over last year. The Rockport 5 dress II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., revenue ' Sunday evening at 5:30 o'clock, Ar- ant fighting, a glance at the list of and lost week it comes out manly report shows that passenger Roslne 7 Louisville, Ky. Increased during the year, while In an apology as follows: thur H. Gauden, a country mer- delegates appointed by the ConvenCromwell 6 off $129,562,948. During Mr. C. M. Harnett, of Ohio county, freight fell Uavajoa paid jrour anb.crlkiClenr chant, killed his wife and mortally tion at the Court House Monday dis, , . . 4 Beda The hus- closes the fact that these two young has announced himsilf as a candidate the year 1,824 employes were killed, (lonoi for Traveling an Orcllng. Select wounded Thos. Murphey. 3 were injured. The num. Haeonie at Beaver Dun. Brilliantlne, or alpaca, is sue of tbe Shreve . , band alleged that Murphey was his warhorses were snubbed in a most to represent that county In the next and 23,422 3 Cromwell Lodge No. 420, P & A. general assembly. Mr. Darnett is a ber of passengers killed 'was 324, an favorite fabrics of thesummerfor sim- Magan . . wife's lover and that he had warned unceremonious manner by the pow6 M. wilt celebrate St. year. ple John's Dav. Republican, and made the race for increase of and it can be had in Buford him several times to keep away from ers that had the convention in tow. 1 June 34, with a grand picnic at Congress in this district two years One employe was kilei out of ever fine checks as well as in plain colors. Bartlett her, and Sunday when Murphey was The names of Messrs. Ringo and 3 Beaver Dam. Masonic procession ago last November. His ability to 428 in the service anyone, injured An attractively youthful gown for a Heflln passing Gaudeu's store the latter shot Likens were stowed securely away in 3 from the hall to the employed. young girl is of tan and brown grounds at 10 make an able Representative goes out of every thirty-thre- e By order of the County Executive him, and then rushed into the house the list of Alternate Delegates for o'clock, a, tn. Dinner at 12 o'clock, without saying. If nominated by the There was adecreaseln'tkenumber of checked brilliantlne, made with a Committee. E. D. GulTy, Ch'm'n. and stabbed his wife several times some reason unknown to tho writer Republicans of Ohio county (which is injuries to employeson account of the ra. Hon. Thos. S.Pettlt, Past Grand simple plain skirt, and a short cutW. A. Gibson, Sec'y. killing her almost instantly. and tho public generally. If tbero equivalent to his election) he will not increased use of automatic appliances away coat worn over a batiste blouse. Master of the Grand Lodge of Ken wcro any contest in the county en- only be an honor to his party in his on railway equlpment,renderiug rail- A blue serge with an Eton jacket has Hartford, Ky,, June 8th 1895. tucky, will deliver an address at 1 p. A novel case is on trial in Corsi-can- tering into the State Convention on county, but will be a valuable addi- way employment less .dangerous." m. There will be other prominent reverse and cuffs of embroidered bathe Kentucky legislature, The U. S. Gov't Reports speakers who will also make ad About ten years the 25th, there might have been somo tion tocerUinly stands sorely in need Tex,, now. which tiste finished on the edge with a frill ago Dr. J. A. Ferguson owned 1,400 faint pretense of a shade of a shadow of men of integrity and ability, such ehorr Royal Bsktug Powder dresses. Reduced rates on the rail, ofycllowlace. These can be easily re Rev. J. of ground for tho snub, but as there as he. This we say with no desire to to alt oiitn. acres of land near Dawson. road. Dinner 35c; children 15c moved for laundering, but would last T. Williams, a santificationist minis-- , Is no such contest tho action is looked dip our spoon In of"Ohio county Let everybody come. Plenty to eat a season without it. admithe teal broth," but because and a good time assured. Commit ter, visited tho neighborhood, and upon with queer curiosity, as ono of ration we have for one who has been Plans for summer wardrobes inOhloana te llelp Werhluln. tee on arrangement: Dr. S. D. Tav. soon after Dr. Ferguson deeded his tho inexplicable of Ohio county pol- tireless In his efforts to lift up the ReGrbunup, Ky., June 17. The clude in most cases a bicycle gown land to the Lord, naming Rev. Will- itics a la Democracy. In the mean- publican standard in his district of Scioto county, O , came lor, A. A. Millard, N. Barross, H. C, and our merchants, quick to feel the and state, We are constrained to say Leach, J, P. Miller. 45.31 now iams as trustee In 1880 the wlfo of time the two young gentlemen may that some statements nude In these "bicycle, else- public pulse,and advertise gowns." here fron Portsmouth ' to W. to golfing tender congratulations mountain, Ferguson charged insanity against console themselves that Mr. Likens columns heretofore, In regard to Mr. J, Most of tbe bicycle suits include Worthlngtoq, Republicans candidate him and the court set aside the transis probably the only Chairman of the Barnett, were made without due reflection, and because of the fact that knickerbockers of alpaca the color of for Lieutenant Governor. They were action and appointed a Commissioner Democratic County Committee, and Ohio county was the only county in a m I11 of the gowns; for which serges, covert about one hundred strong, and a nice to take chargo of the property for tho that, without a doubt, Mr. Ringo is the Fourth district who insti acted for Home Paper lar Home People, fapaMaj fa -- 1 m ' BJI M. an These are days of cheap newspapeis, clothes, coaching twills, and a soft time was had, Col. Worthlngton has a candidate for Attorney General out holrs of Ferguson, Fergusoa returns the only Democratic Editor of the side ot our own district, knowing rt writes C. II. Talmagcof he West but firmly twilled debelge are the taken an active part in the campaigns now and claims ho has recovered and State denied a seat as delegate to the .rt.u.idTrt'U-MiiLa ! ttlpiKit ehnlxd, the same time that this county nod Union (Iowa) Gazette in Newspaper-d- o popular fabrics. Skirts are of many in Ohio at dlflerent times, and now VIm CMxjucud be M0DSRfK rSIS. Mr The Democratic Stato Convention, sues for possession of his land. eU4 U la Ui, imatdUu vlclll; .frit. rilalOSu. If instructed for one of her own citizens, ay btllitiu fef MOriif pUl, m nuinuj tu. With the wonderful new typo cuts and there Is an ingeniously con- that they have an opportunity they and though he was in no wise a cancase has bcen'on trial several days. UU xll. l Mth er ploutnph f Utc.ilu, wit anyboydycan givo the wherefores, didate, MUlPiloa tUllUUKWlU ISldTMlUtM llM. yet we thought that as near a setting machines and fast presses, by trived divided skirt, which does not will return the com illment, W. C. M-.eAaraete ma.W mtttplnUn at t etc., leading up to the above stato of neighbor as Ohio might at least have which one of the former with one show it is divided even when walk Draper and T, K. Funk were the JMtonlaetf ly. ui my Ice far prccuiJ tU .ppliailo trill rue hhIU IM case, a wondering public would greet remained sllenh We have learned man does the work of five compositors ing, that Is, perhaps, thelong.forper-fee- t principal orators for the Scioto deleUmlUwA. "IninTOlV far UtrlDi.'Vw. enough, however, to. know that we E lintbit l.fcrattiae tail fr. all Coeaanill-telUcum wmh Ml lilt tw.it. urn and R. C. Myers and M. P. him with applauso and listen while From 'Revlew gown of pleases Coma CeuMirea a Slrlclly CeaMeaUel. D Bert in lima,Bnin. Tum (tout 17m elf ho discloses tho prime motives In the shot off our mouth in the dark, and such as we mustinemploy, the where It Fashions," In Denorest's Magazine gation,had charge of the arrangements HoldbjdniKfUU. C3 Wood an hour having ascertained this fact we are printing 15,000 FRANKLIN H. HOUGH Mr.Worthlnglon, for unusual action. rnrett, WAjSHUTtyi, . ft candid euougu to say so. takes us a half day to print 1500, It for July, per- It is Tiiube hundred Irishmen, of Indianapolis, favor a resort to arms to test on Monday, tho 17tb, iuet., befrco Ireland from tho dominion of tween tboso who proposo to set asldo tho present law prohibiting tho tale of England, intoxicating drink and thoso in favor The Carroll ton Cbmmereial is tho of prohibition, resulted in tho dofeat namo of n now Republican paper of the latter. It was very close published at Carrollton, Ky. Its first there only being a majority of two number is bright and newsy and wo for the proposed changed. Tho day wish tho paper a long life in which to passed oil quietly .considering tho mohold out tho light of truth to tho peo mentous question to be sottled. The pie. RErunucAN believes that tho men who engineered and carried the elecis said that Spain paid $18, 000 for tion are mistaken in judgement and tho assasinatlon of Marti. A governhavo brought upon the town ft calamment, which cannot win without re- ity for which no amount of money sorting to such means deserves to can compensate; and injury which loso. Think of a civllizod Q) country iney itno movers) win leoi and, we paying that amount to have ah enemy believo, will acknowledge' in murdered. tho timo to come. Wo do not know that there will be contest of the There is some likelihood that ono election before tho a board of contest, or both of thoNational Conventions of but bo that as it may, the matter will tho two great parties may bo held remain unsettled until tho Court of south of tho Ohio and Potomao RivAppeals havo passed upon tho caso ers next year. Louisvillo has already now ponding before that tribunal, been suggested for each of the big taken up from this county, wherein Conventions, the former election is being reviewed. The proposition to established a We hope that it will be a longtime before there aro saloons for tho salo of Graded School at Fordsvillo carried in Hartford. on last Saturday by a vote of G9 to intoxicating drinks Wo believo it will be disastrous to the The contest was a very lively 59. town whenever it is done. one. Tho tax voted was 40cts on the niruinii;WiHriwje!"" to bo regretted that the con - );' DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. tPCtar - --mewr. Umafcj, .. . HaaMaaM isiatTIf-- - e .n ifc fcai - Tho Democrats of Ohio County MGtln Grand Jury Room day. Mon- A Pow Wrangling Spooohos and tho Solootlon ol Dologatos. The Democrats of Ohio county were called to meet Monday and a few of the unterrified responded nobly to the call of the County Chairman and assembled In the Grand Jury room at a o'clock In the afternoon. The meet ing was small only a few being in attendance. The house was called to order by Mr". B. D. Ringo and a temporary organization was affected at 2 o'clock, Hon. T. J. Smith being made temporary chairman and D. D. Ringo secretary, The following gentlemen were appointed a committee on credentials and permanent organizations: E. G. Kirby.J.S. Glenn, R. P. Hocker, J. B. Vickers and L. Reid. While the committees were out Hon. B. D. Walker was called upon and he responded in . a speech, condemning everything but Democrats, saying the Democratic patty was composed of the rich and aristocratic people while the Republican party was composed of trie, poor people and was the poor mau's party. Said the Republican party gathered more than half its following in( Kentucky from the negro vote, which he not true. At the close of his speech Dr. J. E Pendleton made a short speech, but bcdldn't agree with Mr." Walker, for he said the Republican party cantains as good and intelligent men as the Demecratic party. The choir appointed the following geutlemen as a committee on resolutions: R. Holbrook, J. M. Porter, M. J. Reid, R. P. Hocker, II. P. Taylor, J. B. Vickers and J. S. Glenn. The committee on resolutions mode the following repot t: Whereas, Col. Ion B. Kail a native and for a longtime a resident of this county, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office Commissioner of Agriculture before the convention to be held in the city of Louisville on the 35th ot this month, be it therefore It can readily be seen that the country printer is not in it, nor even will be, in competition with modern systems. But while these cheap papers will do their part in advancing the education and civilization of the age, by enabling all to participate in the culture of the the times, they do and cannot fill the place of the home paper. They have no more interest In the affairs of any other country. They may give nn obundanceof cheap read ing, but they never spend money to learn of and tell the events of your I HuJaHaaElaaBB. flaB7 ajfO af 3 iftflta - neighborhood, nor have they a sonal Interest In your welfare, jaylng over your joys and mourning when you mourn. 1 e, 9H . Job work neatly and cheaply executed at this office. That Tired Feeling com-bl.L- Hood's5 roy Cures ' Laandry, tax-paye- We have the largest circulation, but want more. Remem ber $1.25 gets The Republican and Louisville Commer cial one year. ve NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Ohio County: I take this method of Pitcher's Castorla Children notifying you that for your Taxes for the year 1895 are due, andlam COMPELLED to make a settleRej-ubllc- Jef-'ferso- Mor-ganto- wn, ment with tho State Auditor in a very short time, and will be compelled to col lect the money at once. So you will call at my office at once and one-hors- e or settle your Tax or I pre-dnc- pre-cin- ts Our subscription list is constantly you can find me or one of my deputies in the field. Yours Very Truly, C. P. Keown,S. O. C. wide-awak- creasing. You not aftord to be left behind. Send in Republic an and Louisvillo Weekly Commercial one year. $1.25 and get The ... .' twenty-fivet)veJa- tailor-gown- s, ..... ..,.',, lMn-ul- e a, Get our prices on picnic bills and we do your work. Best aoiurlt work guaranteed.See us before going, 1 tc-nl- where. itnrc lJl jjta KMaLfIH:IMm a H le ai J Sdft. &$$' jf :.& ijSBUra. iUi&SHS&SS Our Competitors say they KEEP iiMnwriim iniiM- - ninTirtrfltfrm.M. -- 3ggg I1 DRY GOODS Now we don't we ilarllbrd toilette Jtepori, Awarded Report of the grade of the students Highest Honors World' Ladles corset 35c at Fair Bros & in the Collegiate Department of HartCo. ford College and Business Institute White kid slippers at Fair Bros. & for the term ending May 31st, 1895. Hardin Craig 99.7 J C Plrtle 99.6 Co. T S Woodward 99 A P Taylor 99 T J Mr, B. L. Kelly has returned to Morton 98 Edgar Smith 97 Claudia Haitlord. Bridges 96 Mattic Wood 95 Ida Rcn Mrs. Jennie McIIenry, left Tuesday der 95 E M Morton 95 U C Barnett 95 for Colorado. R E Settle 95 J II Wood 95 T J Noams White chamois skin gtoves at Fair 95 Laura Render 94 W E Morton 93 , Mabel Hubbard 93 J W Garst 93 Joe Bros & Co. Buy Fair Bros & Co's clothing. on Fair. That Have Never been Equalled in HartfordI VALUES That Satisfy the Most Critical E xamination! CREAM Pretty fans and parasols Bros & Co. at Fair &JiJLju Big reduction in summer goods at Fair Bros &Co. , Summer coats for men at Fair Bros & Co size 34 to 50 Inches. Mrs. Maggie Miller, Owensboro, is visiting Mrs. E. E. Pate. them: . Goods don't stay on our shelves ,very long. We buy the best, sell the cheapest and please the pub- -' He. Our stock is fresh and bright 'r"and changes with the season. Of course we have staple articles that sell the year round, too, but they are good to have '. , Entire line of Millinery at Fair Bros & Co. for less than cost Five cows have gone mad at and near Beda in the last few days. Miss Mabel Hubbard spent Saturday with Miss May Ross, Goshen. Mrs. W. L. Spalding went to Louisville yesterday for a iew days visit Prol. CM. Crowe will go to Whites-vlll- e toMnorrow on business. Mrs. Julia Kirby, of Sulphur Springs, Is visiting Mrs. D.M. Hock- Esas.'Tont B, Wilson and S. H. Hawes, Prentls, were In town Mon day. Prof. F. P. Stum and Mr. Jo B. Vickers, Fordsvllle, were In town Monday. Mrs.R. A. Crowe, Loulsville.ls vis iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kllen. DROP And see us. It need not cost you a cent and it pleases us to enterMay bo you'll tain our friends. buy something then; we won't object. Lost. An umbrella with anoxo- dlzed handle. Finder will please leave at this office. Miss Hattie Barnett is visiting her grandparents, Rev. J. A. Bennett and wife, Beda. vis ited the family of Mr. H. P. Taylor this week. Mr. Lem McIIenry left Tuesday for Louisville, where he will enter upon the practice of the law. Messrs. L. M. Render, Louisville, Mr. C. E. Walker. Louisville, and Martin Collins, Chicago, came home to vote Monday. CoLand Mrs. J. S. R.Weddlngwlll to visit friends and leave relatives in Whltesville. Miss Maty Taylor leaves this week for a sojourn in Europe. She will join a patty at Louisville. Misses Mariam and Kitty Rhoads, Metropolis, 111, are visiting their brother, Mr. W. H. Rhoads. FAIR BROS. Jiariford Semple of fashion. FlUDAY,JUNK2I, I89S. -- See & CO . Buy Shoes at Carson&Co's. Fair Bros. & Co can shows you the prettiest and cheapest line of summer ' Millinery found In Ohio Co. Prof. Wm. Foster attended the closing exercises of Vanderbllt University, Nashville, last week. Messrs. W. A. Gibson, J. A. Smith, C. M. Bamett, and E. D. Giifly went to Rosine Tuesday on business. Mr. W. II. Browning, Greenville, was In town Wednesday the gnest of his brother, Mr. S. G. Browning. Mrs. R. Vaught Is visiting relatives in Hopkinsville. She will visit in Illinois before she returns home. Mr. R. Foster, who has keen attending Vanderbllt Univereity.Nasb-vlllfor ten months, returned home Monday. Fordsvllle Star says: Saturday Fordsvllle voted for the education ot youth and monday Hartford voted, for their downfall. our Clothing. Carson&Co. Come to Carsoa St Co. for Parol Mr. Sam II. Tanner, Magan, has ture. been granted a pension. Tlenty of good feed at Field & Hoi- Scotch ginghams 40 c. early in sea. brook's. son, now go for aoc. Carson&Co. Buy our Bolton Slippers. Carson & Co, Mrs. Alice K. Barnett and daugh- New Lawns and Baltste at Carsoa ter, Miss Mabel Kimbley, Owensboro, & Co's. were in town Wednesday. I! you want good clear Jce, come to Mr. Lee Cbinn and Miss Tula Ben Carson & Co. nett, Beda, went to Rockpottlnd, Mr.TJ.Moiton is visiting friends in last Suday and were married, Miss Electra Carson baa returned from Daviess county. Wcstetfield 93 Bessie Maddox 93 Annie Fogle 93 M P Kimbly 92 Silas I y Griffin 92 Fannie Render 92 TS 91 Annie Henry 90 Oscar Bishop ! MOST PERFECT MADE. 90 R C Jarnigan 90 M D Maddox 90 A put Cripi Creim ef Tartu Pawdcr. Fitt M Sanderfur 90 Mamye Ross 89 L Horn AmmoniB, AiwntKuijreuiauuuim. Jennie Qulsenberry 87 AS Bennett 87 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. J C Hokinsou 87 E G Rhoads 87 V F Miller 86 Ella Herring 86 Mrs Maggie Simmons 86 Ida Stewart 85 A M . Smith 85 Mottle Bennett 85 Bertie Morton 84 M II Kcele 83 HFLowe Dr. Foster and wife, Haitford, have 83 Lula Mauzy 82 Gilla Pearce 82 A moved to our town and taken rooms C Taylor 82 C E Ruby 8t Mary at the cottage hotel. Smith 81 Mallle Stevens 80 Lyda Miss N. May Friend, who has been Motton 80 Sallic Qulsenberry 80 Wol-.tteaching in the High School at this Martin 79 F L Sanderfur 79 Ozna place for the past ten monlhs returnShultz 77 Owen Williams 75 Jessie ed to her home In JefTersonvIlle, Ind., Smith 74 Irene Robards. 73 Etta Saturday. Miss Friend is a lady of Thomas 70 Lola Stevens 70 Ida Ash. rare culture and refinement and has by 70 J F Park 69 E P .Bennett 69 Ada given general satisfaction in her Brown 68 R L Plrtle 68 A D Park 68 school work and made many friends G TJonea 66 J H Magan 66 Llllle here. Mr. F. V, Pittle, of near Hattford, Barnes 63 Mary Wedding 61 Fannie Jackson 60 Horace. Pendleton 60 was in town Wednesday on business. Miss Luona Patterson, of Hardin Carrie Cox 60 Edna 'Carson Jj TO McMurray 59 Sam Wilson 58 Jennie county, visited her brother, E. Hut Barnes 56 J T Sanderfur 54 J P Thom- Patterson, of this place Saturday and as 54 H Robards 53 R P Likens 52 Sundayi Misses Marie Austin and Nora Bee Brown 52 M Brandon 50 S H Heavrin 50 II Prudcn 48 J T Iglehart Maddox are visiting Miss Friend in 47 Maggie Nail 46 Frank Heavrin 45 Jeffersonville. Messrs. E. P. Barnes and H. T. Theo Mosely 43 Wayne Griffin 37 Edna Griffin 36 J E Davidson 34 Hillary Austin accompanied by Misses Nora Smeathers 25 Florence White 22 C Martin and Vienna Sowders visited Badger 20 Corinne Cox 20 R E Cox in Rosine Sunday. As the gentlemen to the Ihtiy stable, 17 Lena Carson 17 C Wedding t7 E were driving the Badger 15 Albert Stewart 15 Jesse after they reutned honfe, frightened and became horses Bean 14. sprang Mr. Barnes All pupils making a grand of 95 ran away. or more ate In first distinction while from the surrey and was not hurt.but those making Jrom 90 to '95 are' in Mr. Austin rtcelved a deep gash in the knee The cut is not dangerous second distinction. ' '"' and Tim thinks he will be out In a The fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla', few days. The horses and surry once fairly tried, becomes the favorite were not damaged very much, as they spring medicine, speaks volumes for were stopped by the railroad. its excellence and merit Mr. H" Merrick's new home is almost completed and they will move Cutllncfierape, In In a few days. Yesterday evening about 3:30 Miss Emma Barnes' house Is proo'clock a difficulty arose between gressing nicely. Lum Morgan and Fred Bollng near Mrs. James Cecil and daughter, Davidson Station, four miles from Gola, Mrs. Robt. Hayncs and daughtherein which Boling was cut by er, Beatrice, near Hattford, were in Morgan almost to pieces and cannot in town Tuesday. live. During the difficulty Boling's Dr. V. T. McKenney is in lather came upon the scenes of battle this week. and proceeded to pump lead into MorRev. J. B. Perrjman and family gan by shooting him in the leg, not visited in Bremen this week. inflicting a very bad wound. The attended Miss Ophelia Stevens particulars are meager. Dr. J. W. exercises at Vine Commencement McCarty, of this place, was called Grove, Ky. last week. and went immediately to, the scenes Miss Ella Sowders is visiting in to dress wound.s Morgan. Is reported Butler county. to be a bad character, having partici The Masons are to have a grand pated in several shootingand cutting picnic here June 24, as there will be sciapes, .ing cut almost to pieces excursion rates on the road; they are once himselC Eordsyille Star. expecting a large crowd. Misses Anna McKenney and Vir-gi- e CI. A. It. Call Meetinc To the members of Preston Morton Hoeker returned from Louisville Post No. 4, G. A. R; Ypu will meet Saturday night Miss CHffie Gray Is visiting in in Haitford at 1 o'clock on Saturday, June the 22d, as there is very fmpor Hartford this week. tant business toattend to on that day. Mrs. Alice Barnard Is very low at Come one come all. It is time to pre this writing. pare for the National Encampment in Elder I. H. . Teel, of the Christian church, assisted by Eld. T. D, Moore, September at Louisville, Ky, Hopkinsville, Ky., began a protractJoseph L. Carson, Commander. ed meeting at this place Monday C, Chambbrun, Adjt JonN Hel-sle- BAKING VACUUS) Are tho great Drawing Card for our June Reduction Sale. Seasonable, Stylish Fabrics at prices that will astonish you. Every day something Now and desirable, and we make the prices so low that this month will go on record as the biggest montii's business of the year. NOTE THESE PRICES: 25o 20o 20o 35o 30o 20o 20o 16o 18o 20o POWffi BEAVER DAM. er Henrietta Cloth, Silk finish, 3G in. wide at dress goods at Crepon, thirty inches wide at. Dotted and striped Swiss, 27 inches wido at Mareailles, 29 inches wide at Half-woole- n Ciosa-barrc- 18c , 160 18o '22 J c white goods, 30 inches wide, al cream white good, 28 inches wide, at Striped white goods, 27 inches wide, at .' Satin striped while goods, 27 inches wido, at Dimities at 10c, Lawns at... 7jo Lawns at ; 18c Camilla Organdie lawn at .; ; 12Jc Black lawn at ; 15o Black lawn at 20o Black crepe dress goods at. .; d Cross-barred , 20c 12J 10c 10o .......' '....; ...... ... ..... J2Jc 13c A, 15c 74 c Be .' 12o Ducknt.. '. , Mor-ganto- 18c Duck at 12Jo Grass cloth at 20c Fine dress linen at , 12c ljc 18c Drees gingham at '...'. 15c Drew gingham 12Jc lOo Dress gingham at 8c '. .' 8c Dress gingham at Co Cc Cheese cloth at '. 40 5 Patterns woolen drcsa goods left, former price 81.25 per yard, now oQered at , 85c 50c Swivel silk, assorted colars 35c GOe Fancy silk, assorted colors at 4O0 .' 40c turkey red table linen at 30a 50c Checked red table linen at 35o , 60c Bleached table linen, bordered, at., 450 45c Unbleached table linen at 35c ." , , , ,47c 65c Bleached table linen at 18c Best bed ticking, one yard wide, at 15c 35c Chemisettes, assorted sizes and colors, at ,25c 30c Chemisettes, assorted sizes and colors, at '.. ,20c , 50c Ladies vests at 350 40c Ladies vests at 25c 35o Ladirsvceta 20c .' 20c Ladies vests at , 15c '. 15c Ladies vests at 10c lOo Ladies vests at 8& 81.25 Warner's Health corset at $1.00 : $1.10 R. & G. Corset at 95o Three spools of thread . 5c I2c 80 I0o 12Jc 9c 12c 7c at...., ....; ;....;' ,...:. ' at..... 1 A big line of Lace and Embroidery sold at less than manufacturers' prices. Everything else sold in proportion to the above list. Will take your Eggs, Butter, Feathers, Meat,Lard, Wool, Hides, Wheat, Corn and Hay in exchange for Goods, and pay highest market prices for same. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE a m . ft ii Hardin county. See the set. Lawns and Ballsteat Carson & Co's. Dr. J. S. Coleman L. Carson, W. D. Luce and U.S. Carson are building an ad- to Mr. Shelby Taylor's house. Messru J. e, returned from Faducah Tuesday. I' . it We will sell you a Suit of Clothes at your own price. Carbon & Co. Mr. Ernest Tracy,, who until re county clerk, has A new and lovely line of lawn for cently, was deputy for accepted a position as & Co Carson Sc, a Commission House in Louisville. Call on Field & Holbroolc nwtweele Dr. Jobr B. Foster and wife, who and see their new stock of buggies have been Hvlnc In Harford for sev harness. ' eral months, left Monday for 'Beaver The finest Flour and Meal In the Dam, where they will spend the sum C. market at the lowest cash prices at mer. R.Martln'a. You will do well to read the "adv baled hay, If you want first-cla- ss of Mr. J. B Foiter, the Cash Store. call on Field & Holbrook. They have Mr. Foster la having a good trade and the very best Is well pleased with his business We keep a full supply of Groceries since he lecated in Hartford. at the lowest cah prices. . We keep up our stock or millinery Carson & Co. all Summer, if you need a stylish Notice the "adv" of Fair Bros. & new sailer or yacht you will find Miss Co., in this issue. They want your Sara at her post vnd ready to wait on Carson & Co. trade and you will do well to trade you. with them. Shanks Brooking was placed in jail Remember our Mllleuery depart- Monday. He was 'out on bail ana ment. MUs Sarah Collins is always his bondsmen gave? him up to the on hand ready to trim you a hat. authorities wherupoa he was placed Carson & Co. behind the bars. Hound Trip Summer Tourist rotes The Marvin Chapel congregation are now on sale at this office and. will will hold the regular, children's day continue unUl Sept. 30, 1895. Tick- service on the sth Sunday inst-- ' Rev. ets arc given 15 days transit limit E.K. Pate will be in attendance and each direction with extreme limit preach on the occasion. We extend Oct, 31, 1695. These rates are to a cordial Invitation to all to attend. q, J. Bfan, Pastor, West Virginia and Virginia. n II, Mbrrick, agt. We have several good correspond Capt. S. K. Cox has purchased a cuts in the county, but want several fine span ol mules, preparatory to more. We want a correspodent In the bnrnlng of a large brick kiln every precinct In thecouuty.so If you from which he will get brick to erect want good employment it will pay bis handsome store bouse which will you to occupy your mind lor a short be begun In a few weeks. When time each week in helping to make completed It will be one of the nicest Tua Rkpurucan contain all the buildings In Ohio county. news from every part of the county. will be first to write from your Mass, for Who Excursion rates to Boston community? book-keep- Scotch ginghams that sold early in the season for 25c. uw at 10c Carson & Co. Come and see Read The RepubSubscribe for The lican and Commer-cial,kee- p and pbsted.Only Republican Louisville Commer1.25 per year. cial $1.25 per year. Republicans. .11 night. AirvE. I I THE CASH ST J. B. FOSTER, Proprietor, THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL readers paper. ree Condensed News, Stories, Miscellany, -- convention Young Peoples Society ot Conclave Christian Endeavor-Trienl- al on sale Knights Templar-Ticke- ts July 8th., 9th. and 10th. limited 1895 with continuous to July journey In each direction and on Aug 33rd., 84th. and 25th,, for return till Sept 10th 1895. Going or returning same or different route Price from $26.50 to $35.95 according to route. 3t. IK Merrick. The'fourth and last Quarterly Con ference for the Hartford circuit will be held at Goshen Church July so, 31. The usual seivlces of such an occa slou. Trustees ot Church property well bear in mind that they must re-pott In writing the condition of prop city and value oi eamc; kind of title and record of same with office book B. E. Path and page. The County Convention hettofore NberllT 'a Bale tor Taxea Jor 18S-Bcalled to meet at Hartford Ky July PUFOBD WST FOR 1 893 ro 22, 1895 will select delegates to repreP a 5 0. sent Ohio county in the Senatorial p. Convention for the 7th Dist ot Ky. $390 JJ.Scbulton&Co 80 200 Dice Smith has succeeded Wm. which hasbeeu called for August Greer Elizabeth A 63 200 Mr. 390 Bell in the Hotel business. Mr. 7th 1895 at Greenville, Ky, 677 Hoover Eliza C too 500 E. D. Gufky, Ch'nt'a 60 200 Leach Mary Smith Is now proprietor of the Hart 390 W. A. Gibson, secy. 6a King John A ford House and keeps everything in 3 5 125 to of s condition. 5 50 5? 200 County Attorney E. P. Neal v. Ill May Will 4 50 to McKlnley Sant F 44 83 follow- goto Sulphur Springs Supt Z. H. Skultz and the 480 too 400 Any one sending In a subscription ing named teachern expect to attend prosecute Columbus "Morgan for cut- Paris Wm M 645 to this paper for one year, acconipan-e- d 70 300 SirlesJT Kentucky Educational Associa- ting Fred Bollng. the DWORD LIST FOR 1894 by $1.25, the regular price of Thr tion at Lexington July 1, 3 and 3: C. Herman Pittle, son of Art Pittle, of Bartlett Ben P 46 155 1 5 Rbtodmcan, will be sent free of M. Crowe, F, P. Stum, O. M. Shultz, Heflin, this county, Is tinder bond to Ernspiger Rachel 50 150 248 charge for one year a copy of The U, C Barnett, and perhaps others. appear before Judge Motton 2 48 Louisville Fitzgerald Mary M 50 150 Weekly Commercial a One day last week Miss Susie Bor-a'to answer the charge of seducing Peemstersjohn II 52 150 311 large paper, filled with living near Beda was bltteu by a Effie Coghill, a girl under at years of Ford J N W 350 1 703 more news than any other metropolidog supposed to have had hydropho- age. 605 tan weekly. Gray Stephen D too 250 t bia. She came, to town and applied Hohlmcr Ell T 5 54 50 200 1 Absolutely correct market reports. Pat and lh a mad stone and the stone adhered to Hoover Cyrea byl 306 You can get a tree sample copy of 105 Pot was pn his way to church, and I C Hoover Guar. the wound four times. The dog was The Weekly Commercial by sending on the road met thq priest killed. 328 King John A 6atf 130 your name to that paper. "Good morning, Pat" , 3 95 King Missouri D 73 200 Otis Cox was arrested last Friday "Good morning, yer .100 850 by Town Morshal J. P. Stevens on a j69 Credit t by 5 00 Lake James W "Wherq are you RotaR?" " bench warrant and placed iu jail. He "To mass, sot." i" . 655 May Wm 5 300 1 was Indicted at the last circuit court "Well, Fat, what Is the meaning 692 115 500 Paris Wm M selling whisky, and had succeeded of mass?" for 4 59 47 too 1 Now Pat did not know,,but he was Patton Robt L in dodging the officers until Friday. 6o 200 t 5 48 He was tiled yesterday and acquitt- bound nbt to let the $ rlea find It Smiley James B Credit by 1 50 out, ed. . 385 25 1 7 "Tho bikes of you asking the Simmons W II In the election atFordsvillelast Sat- iolkes of mo the meaning of 'mossl" Vance J D 507 Address orders to Tun Republican, 50 150 "Now, Pat, tell me, anyway." urday asto whether or not they should Leach Mary 4 96 Hartford, Ky. 50 300 6 5 "I don't like to tell you.". 46 275 Baltd T L have a graded school in said district, "Cut suppose a Protestant should the result was to majority in favor of J, P. Strvkms. Ex-S- . O. C. ffotlee. ask you?" of said proposition. This Is a step All persons knowing themselves "0, 1 oould easily tell him." in the right direction for oltr neighIndebted to the estate of R. Stevens, "Well,' I will be a Protestant, and boring little city, for a good school 'meet you at tho next corner." deceased, wl)l call on me and settle is (he life of any town and ere long 80 the priest walked away and met same. J, C, Ciiambuhun, we hope to see Fordsvllle ranking Pat at the next corner. Executor. 454t "Good morning, Pat" in. with the foremost In the way of an "Good nfornloR, yer honor." educational center. "WherttfrO you The The Central Methodist published at "Tomato; sor." ihowed no baking powder Catlettsberg, Ky., contains the fol"What does mass meant" bo pun or so great It Icav "Well, If your'e a Protestant, It lowing complimentary notice oi Rev, mlng power as the Royal. E, E. Pate, pastor of the Hartford oono ot your business." Joseph Reed, In Item's Horn. Methodist Church: "Wc learn that If you need a good mower call on Haitford College conferred on. Rev. before you buy. Field E. E. Pate, our pastor there, the title, Ph. D an honor wotthlly bestowid. He is a scholarly, christian gentleHow are peoplegoing to know why man end will reflect credit upon they should trade with you it you which he is thus hone by aou't tell It through Tu Hava ran ren.wKt your aabacrla-lloMf- ar ored." invar Messrs. Tack, Frank and Dr. C Owensboro. were the guests of their brother, Mr.M.L. Heavrin.the first of the week. first-clas- Attention 11 ip this to-da- y Women's Department, Children's Department, Agricultural Department, Political Department, Answer to Correspondents, Editorials, Everything, WILL BE FOUND IN THK b, Weekly A ten-pag- Coarier-Joarn- al eight-column Prli t Newspaper. Democratic (HENRY WAT- . P" TERSONt-ditor- ,- Send in yoar money and GET TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. makes The Weekly Courier-Journvery liberal terms to agents. Sample copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Couuiur-Journa- i. Co., Write to Louisville, Ky. and the The Hattford will be seat Weekly Courier-JournAddress to any address for $1.75. This Rrpubucan, Hartford, Ky, Good Reading Freo. Besides giving our patrons one of the best papers in the State, we have made arrangements by which we will send either one of the following papers together with Tun Uepudmcam for the price named. Remember when you pay up for Tim RiU'UBMcan and one year in advance you are entitled to one of these papers at the price named: New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 Louisvllte Weekly Commercial . 1.25 Home and Farm , 1.25 Weekly Courier-Journ1,75 Cosmopolitan Magazine , , . 2,25 Commercial Appeal , . , 1 jo Address all orders to Tlll RPUUUCAN, Hartford, Ky. Don't delay but state and county Jteop yourself posted plnr Republican affairs by subscribing lor Tlio Hartford World's Fair Tests and Louisville CommerChildren Cry fer cial both papors one year for only $1.25 in Pitcher's Castor!. advancp. ... .... j (f iiifVitftlltrilr'"- - Mdi1 1&. K iti..Si V mfmmMtmwmwHt JfrTWejefle,,-)WIT l v 't i Hnrtford Republican 1'riday, Junk si, DISEASES Of 1895. mimix wmmmmmmmtmimmimmm h6TJrobably wishes to speak vrxmi with his ,m m ' 11 -- '"' TnTr"TrTT ' WOMEN. "Will bo Troatod Froo by Dr. Hnrtumn During tho Summor Mouths. colleagues." Lux did as his mastor told him, It much against his Inclination. would havo given him such a hugo amount of plcosuro to twist ono of thoso German necks with his great sinewy fingers. Tho now arrival burst into tho drawing-room- . Tho four Prussian officers uttered cries of surprise. They roso at once, In a body, and "Female diseases" is n term which has couie by constant use, to be applied to all of that very distressing class of nlfcctlons which are peculiar to the female organism. At least three causes should be recognized The cause which Is most frequent Is displacement of the womb. The second cause is congestion of one or more of the" pelvic passages. The third cause is known as inflatuation should be or ulceration. taken in tablespoonful doses before each meal in all varieties and stages of the disease. This dose should be gradually increased nl(cr several weeks' use of it to two tablespoon-fulVdglnal injections should be taken three tiaies each day, two or three quarts at each injection. Any woman wishing to become a regular patient of Dr. Hartman should send name, address, duration of disease and symptoms at once, and specific directions for every detail of her treatment will be promptly sent. The doctor will direct every item of the treatment free of charge. The patient can obtain the necessary at the nearest drugstore, aud every patient will be expected to report once a month. This gives every woman in the United States a chance to receive the benefit of the extensive experience of this renowned physician in all forms of female diseases. Book on female diseases sent free s. med-cln- by the Drug Manufacturing Company, of Columbus, Ohio. For free Book on cancer address Dr. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio. A TALE OF ALSAOE. o Tho carriage) was going at a pace. Tho horses, unusually excited by tho whlto wlno that had been poured over their oats, dashed through the air which whistled post their ears. Their hoofs resounded loudly on the hard frozen road. Tho two carriage lanterns shono in tho night like tho slowing eyes of some huge, prehistoric monster. Tho mad, furious courso in the ter-rifJ- w H ! ! darkness had something strange-abouit, something mysterious, sinister, and all tho moro so, perhaps, that it was taking placo in the terrible the terribloyear when the Germans were in Alsaco. The carriage, llko a vessel in distress on a raging sea, oscillated from left to right and from right to left. When tho vehicle, which had been flying down the slopes of tho Ottrot, raced through tho tillage, passing like an express train tho houses with their low roofs oa which tho moon casta silvery light, tho good women, suddenly frightened, made tho sign of tho cross with a trembling of tho knees and a whispered prayer. 'Mon Dieu I What is going to an-ne- o bo-co- t of us?" Tho children crouched terrified against tho knees of the older persons. Everywhere tbero was a senso of depression and evil presentment and a characteristic sign of gener- al terror tho fires la tho huge white stoves wero allowed to sink low and go out, for no ono thought of keeping them alivo. Tho fact was tho Prussians for several weeks past had been cruelly ravaging tho country. Tho flying carriage contained somo German officers who were tho bearers of secret orders to S. "Paster, faster," they cried, whipping up tho poor horses, which wero already breathing firo and smoke out of their nostrils. Tho wretched driver, terrified, obeyed mechanically. "Tonncrrel" ho growled. "My horses will dlo when they roach their stable- If they do not break their necks going round ono of theso stoop curves!" And tho stroke of tho whip redoubled and tho dizzy courso became still moro reckless. Tho trees scemod to fly past Nature herself protested against the wild, headlong career, foe at this moment the moon bid her faco behind a cloud, as if she. did not wish to bo a witness to tho scene. And still tboy flew onward. That afternoon tho enemy had taken possession of tho village of Ottrot, and, as their custom was, had Installed themselves in the people's houses. Four superior officers wero domiciled with tho mayor; Tboy sat tbero in tho middle- of tho best drawlug-room- , talking loudly la their guttural jargon and smoking their long pipes of porcelain whllo tbey dried their boots at tho hot firo blazing Id the grate. Their unwilling host, a tall old man, with a whlto beard, served them with drinks as graciously as he could. Ills oyo passed sadly from ono to the other, his venerablo head shaking melancholy, as if to sayt "It is tho right of tho strongest; trbat can ono do against a hundred?" He was recalled to the present by, si geatlo knock at tho door and almost immediately afterwards ho saw' in the porch tho tall, powerful frame of Lux, who was tho foreman of tho s. mayor's servants and a modern IIo was agllo as a deer and strong as an ox, and could break a sou between his lingers as ho would break an eggshell. Tbo neck of a bull roso out of a flannel shirt, carolcssly fastened across the throat by a cotton necktie. He was a man tcrrlblo In anger, but I11 repose gentlo as a lamb and as docile. "What is tbo matter?" "Tbero is this tho matter! another officer wants to quarter himself upon us here. Shall 1 strangle him?" These words coming from such, lips made one shudder. "Non, my old Lux, keep calm, that would do no good and would only1 Ilcr-cule- who bad como to disturb their peace. "Bo seated" and lot us talk," said tho now arrival In German, and la a voice of command. "You will set out nt once," bo 6ald, "and tako this sealed mcasago 1" and ,nt S to tho Prlncoof X ho drow out of tho pocket of his long txntn-iotia- . military cloak, whlto with snow, a St John's Day Celebration at Beavhanded largo, whlto envelope, and er Dam, Ky., June 34, 1895, agerts it to ono of tho officers. "Go, all four of you", and placo Leitchfield, Owensboto nnd Centn 1 yourselves at the disposition of tho City and Intel mediate points will sell prlnco. Further orders will bo given tickets to Beaver Dam nnd return at to each of you later. You must got one fare on June 24th good till June horses and carrlago and start at 25th returning. Fast freight train oncel Is It understood? Then hast- No. 16 will leave Beaver Dam at 10 en I" a. m. carrying a special passenger Then, turning to tho host, ho said coach to return passengers coming in French: "Pleasonccommodatothesegentlo-me- n from stations east of Beaver Dam. with a carriage and two fresh Two special passenger trains, one for Ovvensboro, only one for Central City horses. General's orders!" Lux, who had remained standing will leave at 10 a. 111. to return pasat tho door during this scene, an- sengers. ticipated his master's reply. For Kentucky Educational Associ"It is well, monsieur l'offlcor, you ation at Lexington July tst to 3rd, shall be accommodated as you tickets will be on sale June 30, July Ho spoko In a peculiar tono of 1st and 2nd, good till Jnly 5th to revolco. Only his master, howover, turn. noticed it. The meeting National Education A mad thought had been born in Association at Denver, Colo., July 5th his brain, somothlng superhuman, to 12th, 1895, tickets will be on sale Anyone who could preposterous. havo read it In his mind would have at one fare pluss $2 ($34 50) for the round trip, good till July 15 to return ! been shocked, While a farm band harnessed the An extentlon of the limit till Septemhorses to tho carriage Lux put a ber 2 '95 will be allowed if ticket is saddle on Darka, an Arab, horse, a deposited with joint agent at Denver faithful animal which ho loved and before Julyt 6, 189s. Please advise cared for himself with his own hands. me as long before starting as you can no spoko to It as he spoko to a so I can have tickets made. friend, and tho noble creaturo seemed II. Merrick, Agt to understand. When Lux mountFor account of St John's Day Celc- ed Into tho saddlo he was trembling bratlpn June 24th and Democratic with joy. A mysterious dialogue seemed to State Convention 'June 25, 1895, at commence between the man and tho Louisville, Ky., tickets will be on horse, which, suddenly sondlng tbo sale June 23rd and 24th and for early sparks living from beneath ita four morning train on 25th to Louisville feot, vanished Into tho darkness and return for one fare $ 3. 10, limited llko a phantom. to June 29th to return. TJarka, llko some great mythological creature with wings, devoured A flovxl Aicllle space. Her fine, nervous legs hardly Always accompanies good health and seemed to touch tho earth, and Lux absence of appetite is an indication of kept her going at her utmost speed. something wrong. The loss of a raAt length they stopped. Barks, tional desire for food is soon followed was whlto with foam and Lux covered her with his cloak. Ho did not by lack ol strength, for when the supfeel tbo cold, for tho awful thought ply of fuel is cut off the fire burns In his mind kept his whole body low. The system gets into a low to state, and is liable severe warm and tingling. "It is yonder," bo said to himself attacks of disease. The universal growl, "It is there testimony given by those who have in a that tboy arc to perish." used Hood's Sarsapanlla, ns to its At this point the road mado a sud- great merits in restoring and sharpden turn, and apparently came to an ening the appitite, in promoting abrupt end. As a matter of fact, bowovor, It did not terminate, but healthy action of the digestive or continued in a steep, terrible slope. gans, and as a purifier of the blood, On the right was a dark, mysterious constitutes the strongest recommendwood, and on tho left a deep and ation that can be urged for any medidizzy precipice such as are often seen cine. Those who have used Hood's by mountain roads. Sarsapanlla should surely do so this Children were afraid to pass It by. season. Tho Gulf of Death, as It was called, had its legend. The old folk said that it was within its gloomy depths Married, at the home of the bride tho monsters lived that ravaged tho June 6, '1895, Mr. W. B. Myers and country at night. Miss Sarah Crooms, in the presence "If my calculations aro correct," of a large crowd of relatives and said Lux, in a low voice, "they will friends, Rev. Joe Acton officiating. be hero In ten minutes." He tied Barka to a tree stem oa An elegant supper was served at the the border of tho wood, and a strange home of the groom. The bride is a young lady of rare beauty and high emtio passed over blsllps. Not a sound was to be heard ia Intellectual and moral worth. The tho surrounding country. All seemed groom is an excellent gentleman, late dead or asleep. Only a murmur of of Elizabethtown, Ky., but recently the wind in tbo pines. located near Rosinc where they will Lux placed his car to tbo ground, as tho Indians do in tho wilderness, make their future home. Their friends and hearing a faint sound of hoofs welcome them In their midst with In tho distance Striking tho hard many, good wishes that their Jives be road, ho raised his head. His face lives ot love and may their path be strewn with flowers along life's unevwas transfigured! "At last I shall havo my ven- en joutney. Let your life light be geance I" ho hissed. as bright as the noonday sun, that Then ho crouched down on his there may never be any discords with hands and knees and waited. you through the many changing A tew seconds more and the carrlago with tho four German officers scenes of life and at last be reunited in that haven ol eternal rest, would bo upon him. Rosine, June 11. G.C.L. Ho uttered a tcrrlblo cry of "Vivo la Franccl" to which Barka replied with a joyful nc'gh. Tho carriage, which had been approaching at tremendous speed, Wbcn Baby alk, wo jare her Castorla. , came to a sudden stop, as if arrested When ibs wu a ClilU, ahe cried for Cestcrla, by an Irresistible force, and remained When she became Miss, she dun's to Castorla, When she had Children, the safe them Castorla. there standing. Lux had not moved an inch. Ho was not a man, but a stono wall. He made a last and supremo effort and raised himself upon his In a conn try near a large city theie legs. Then with a terrific heavo ho is seen the following inscription uppushed over tho dizzy brink horses, on tombstone; a "In loving rememcarrlago and men. An awful nolso roso on tho still brance, this stone is erected to the night ulr; a sound of crashing, curs- memory of Rebecca Sniff by her lovhusband, Isaac ing and horses screaming. Then ing and heart-brok- en tbero was a silence, heavy, complete, Sniff, who can still be found at 817 tragic I Benstine Avenue with a first 'class Tho man roso and peered over tho line second-hanof clothing edgo Into tho black gulf of death, and furniture, etc. The Lord Ho saw nothing. Then ho sprang away; 'BlesstAl be the name of into his saddle and disappeared llko taketh the Lord. Highest market price paid a shadow into the night. From tbo for bones, rages and leather." French. stranger saluted with great respect tho an ablejpumallst paling a contributed poem for want of bread or pic. When a man has a roll of bills he pays everybody before he remembers that he owes tlnmlafiicedltor; 16 squares up with theuntclienthc grocery man, the blacksmith, and by the time he is through.nie.sas tohtmseKlhe editor will have to wait a while. A great many editors in this1 world of sin and sot row have been compelled to wait a while; theyhnve watted until .their whiskers have turned gray, and their bosoms melancholy, and their hearts hard; and they are waiting yet, and will wait until the "sun grows cold, and the stars are old, and the leaves Of the judgment book uhfold." And it is sad, at least, -" QUAKER CSTr0SAKIN8 POWDER rfoiig,?ijis-- i M t IWIthlenpennlce " " t)teariiai4fsSattitt(tk0A'a08 2nasT ttt. r.t wasmng Willie mrntiiiiiisrwri if'rnrr"-"- - S -- V wjEEmaEmmm&SmBmSi ..... f)niBw.. ... 2iSWi,,."r"B!r. ... . Mstnv. . ""mi we're . . ridim I 1 . "- -n lounau..!..,, fllnniiof V rorsooocM will ';l?l,on Of yonrOrwetan--y - lew (OmC.) f r artfeEitSfcw5Hsrril h f- .... a place above tbartsl. deyi . lie your pennies will row viaim Those who use Q C. i Done 'VXJsssssaib. tWssfjriX- - a P. I... Bwcn oap I t eiairette bath-brick. 5IHP TO US. The larreet Commission rtnoi. In the Ronlh. The tlh.r.1 ,wn. fl".' yAP"' !1'1" ttulag high price. We sell to the Eastern factories and middle manY proflL Issue warehouse receipts aud store free of charre. Sacks sate fur. nisuea IfHfll ensrira tn tnnae whn.tiln .1. W.u.111. .hlnM.Bi..f...r..Cin.l.ii..nm. ..-.j- -. r " "nunmwn-uHnit- n H5.IU.S15.117JlHU.rr.IICo.rl inuiuilir rV . WOOL! WOOL!! .ii..- w.iu::?..i. ." "" ......,....,,..,..,, ". 'r ni ' , 6 All washing is not vMtOf, S Ttmciiintr. iu nil soar) is not Clairettc That tint when seen in clothes, amMrMlf1t.rsf u ucnMnnti.tKnTrn al- - sT",'.,. . j iifLVw ts'.r, ...uai Tev '"s. iiewiJMT "TTTTlvV?sj.'F sfr ssg t m ml ft W8I wmmm Cfiesapcais Ohio and Soiithwnhrn ft. R. Z. . MAinnHsii Amnr. kiv BMO3eMtOOtt8OOOO3OeOOCO0O&QCaOQOGeCOODO a, I ways proves that, they arc atran- dm to Ckirctte Soat. Try it. 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An iron-clawritten gtiaratcato absolutely cute.tue tobscco Price 51 00 per box or 3 bojeos habit in all its forms, or money telundcd. Por sail by nil druggist (30 days treatment and guaranteed cutfc.) for $2 50 -- 1..1 Of price. SKJS'D SIX TWO CENT ur will w sent by mail upon d DON'T STOP TOBACCO Office ol IT'S INJURIOUS TO' STOP' SUDHENLY and don't be imposed upon by miyftig''ft' remedy; tliat requires you to do so; ns it is nothing more than n substitute. In thesud-de- n stoppage of tobacco you must have some stimulant, mid in most all cotes, the efltct 'cf the stimulnnt, be it opium, morphine or .other Opiates, lenvesn .Tar worse habit con Ask our druggist tinctiu. nbout nA90CtR0. Itts STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets nnd proofs free. MTg-Co.- Eureka Chemical & KOTICK. I wajtt ererr man and woman In (ha United interested In the Opium and Whisky Statss kablta to, hare one of ibt hooka pa these dls eases. Address II. II. VToollty, Atlanta, Oa. Box :n,and one will be sent you free. , La Crossf, Wis. ni On the slh Sunday in June the Baptist Church at Magan will be dedicated. Everybody invited to come and bring a good, well filled basket. Serv There will he plenty to cot. ices will' be conducted by Revs. B.'F. nkins and H. D, Birch. Come everybody, Dnllruteit. Jas. K. Coleman, II. A. BAD1UTT, ) J D, d A Division of Responsibility. nAIZKTOtVM, of ono pf our southern cities there used tp bo an old colored blacksmith who did a thriving business, but who, In an evil hour, took to hlmsolf a young man as partner, Tho money mutters of tho concern soon beoamo so involved that tho old man begged for a release, but tho young man assured him that the law In the case of partnership was so peculiar that It couldn't bo broken. Six months later, when the younger partner waa away, tho old mat consulted a friend, found out tl)o truth, and nailed up tho following placard: ' "Tho parnershipherotoforo resisting between Micah Davis and myself Is now resolved. Who.p.wcs tho Arm will call on me. Who tho firm owes will call on Mlcoh Davis." ' Harper's Magazine, Mliy On tho outskirts June 11, Mr. Wm. White and fam-ilButler county, attended church at New Zlon Sunday. Mr. Ab Baize, Glllstrap, was in town Sunday. Several of our young people attended the examination at Morgan-tow- n last week. Rev. G. H. Davjs, q( Tennessee, preached at this place Sunday and Sunday night. ' There was a large crowd present both day and night. There will be a decoration of the old soldiers', graves at Sugar Groove Alike time is expected. June 25th. Died, at lieri home qeorRenfrow, Miss Settle Goff. Her remains were laid 10 test in tlieJKoown graveyard on y, Don't himli. Don't snub a boy because of his physical disability. Milton was blind, and also deaf. Don't snub'aboy because he chooses a humble trade. The author of "Pilgrim's Progress" was a tinker. ' Don't snub a boy because he stuters. Demosthenes, the greatest orator of Greece, overcame a harsh and stamt merrlng voice. ' Don't snub a boy because of the igShakespeare, norance of his parents. the world's poet, yas theso'n o'l .1 )n,an who was unable to write his pwa name. Don't snub'a boy whoscemdullor the celebrated stupid. Higatth, painter and engraver, was slow at learning, nnd did not'develop ai soon as most boys. Don't snub, a bpy because he wears shabby clothes. Whcn.IJjflspo, the great inventor, first entere4j,Boston, pair o( yellqw Jlixm he wore i breeches, in the: depth of winter. Don't snub oily dne, not alone be cause they may far outstrip you W the race of life, but because it is neltlir kiS-d- The thing that keeps down the newspaper business Is the f ict that, so many pcoplethlnk that editors pursue their calling purely for amusement. Nothing could be sadder than to sec Netrny Ilia E.I I to ? "F.omroya Vermifuge" the great rem. edy forchildrai'atid'giiarauCeed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only' Vs'cis per bottle. ...'1 M' H'.ii.i.,Ky, sell SlWilllamsjey Hnrffprd, Hilton., hi ) , change. l?f dKVV!S fiWn-l- I.? .tiiott;Wi;it. J, H J?riDiClfP80 URon. HSi flt him )U1! Children Cry for ' Pitcher's CastorlbV C. W. Hornick, Supt. St. Pnnl. Mlnu.'r-Sl'pt7-,' 1894. s,k !! ; Eureka Chemical and M'Pg Co., La CronslVis. . ". Deal slrt. I have been a tobacco" fiend for many years, nj(),.d)iriiig the past two years have smoked fifteen .to twenty cigars regulnrly every day, ' My whole nervouj system became affectedt uutll my physicians. tflljl;tucI l)nou Want to Nlup Tobnreo. I trjei) the, must give) up the use of tobacco for the time being, nt icjnst. You can be cured whiieusingit: various pther remedtes.but without "Keeley Cure." The habit of usihg tobacco grows on " Three weeks ago accidentally learned of your "Baco-Cura man until grave diseased conditions success, until I ay nnd to.dny I consider myself I commenced usiug your preparation, are produced. Tobacco causes cancer craving for tobachealth, nnd the of the mouth nnd stomach, dyspep- completely cured; I'am fn perfect fully appreciates,''horrible, has completely left me. sia, loss of metuory.nervous affections, co, which ever inveterate smoker "Baco-Cursimply wotidetful,and c.ln fitliy reeomuiend it. congestion of the retina, and wasting I consider your C. W. HORNicji Yours very truly, of the optic nerve, resulting in a vision, eve'n to the extent E"AST BOUND dialy daily ol blindness; dizziness, or vertigo; to iio. .53 No. 54, bncco asthma, nightly suffocation, f.OUINVIM.f:, NT. LOUIH A TEX. II. II WESTBOUND tally daily, - Lv. HenderP9n , . . 7aaa,m asspm dull pain in region ol the heart, folNo. S3- No. 51.Basketts , . , ( 7 34 n m 3 10 pui lowed later by sharp pains, palpitaSpottsville . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 pin tion arid weakened puloe, resulting In Lv. U. Ijulsvllle 6 30 p 111 7'30'a lu Ky, Street fatal heart disease. It also cures loss 645 p in 7 45 a. 111 ' &A& m 3 3 P u worthingtpii . .38n'iiV3 3opiu $ n'" West Point . . 1 as P ru , of vitality. .'!8 BffM' 1113 37 p ui 'StanleV-- f Howard . . i . 36 p in S a8a'iu QUIT BEFORE IT ISTOO LATE.. 8 of d 111 3 41 j) 111 OrilTith Willowdalo '. ft. 7 39 P nfii37H To quit suddenly is too severe a Rockrltayeii 7 47 n m,8. 4S m t WattlnglyiU .. u, 8 17 a 1 347 P " shock to the systerm, as tobacco to becomes' a stimuIing Branch , , 7 SS P J8 53 a m ,Q.wensborft . , S a. ,iu 4 00 p m art inveterate-userBrandenburg . , 8 d r m 9 ,02 Urn'' Pnics . . 40 a in 4 oS p 111 lant that his system continually Powtfrs .', i . m 4 so p m Ekron ". .' i ." '. B 13 p iif'gf 'i Pb'm is a scientific craves. "Baco-curott 1114 ag P m ' Waitmaii ( '. GUstou . : I . 8 ar p tu 9 19 a m nnd reliable vegetable remedy, guar 8 30 ptii 9 30 a m Irvlngtoti . Iwlsporti.t''. 9 13 n 111 4 36 p tu ontecd to be harmless, and which I,fl.38p1ngf39-U'Cayce . . ; . . 9 19 n in 4 4a p 111 Webster basbcenin,use;forthe, J.tst ?3 years., FhlcorfuTsr 8 45 P n 9.47ia m. ji. 9 33 a;m 4,45 p m Ixilburg . having cured thousands pf a.bituat, PeU'Pia'.a. in- - 0 &tt! 4 SI P m Pietqe,.v,' a855pi956niU, tobacco users smokets, chetvers and Sample , , . , 9 00 p 111 10 00 n ut miff dippers. Siepliensjib'rt 9 b9 pMifro 09 'd irf You can use all the 'tobacco you SlMpK. .'" '. .; . to ffo' nl S f V " Addison .' .' '9" iTpm 10 It. want whileitaklng "Jlacocurp," We, Holt . . I . , 9 J7Pn. jo so a nv 'Olovdrpdrt 'k-- 10 05 aiS34 p m will noUly ypu when ,to stop Clo.verport 93(111033 a in, aioir. . .wi -- jQ3Qn in s a6p.ui give a wiitUn guarantee to pcrma bliops . , mcntly cure any case with three boxSkillman . . . . 6 44 Pm b'soaiif ' Stephensport . . 10 iff am s 45 in ed, or'refuud the money1' with 10 per" '(6 frit nVSja p m ' Sample . . Hawe'svllI e .' i 9 54 P fli iPbato'm ) cent interest. JiP.4Tj'in A 57 P ) Petrle '. . v;Jlofo!rp'TO'n ograiin .PJerce,. . "Baco euro" is not a subitUMtc.but 10 07 p in HvlSS iu, Falcon IdiBfltrf'T', VTt '4Ta iiTOoo p m a reliable and scientific Tri 57 ft'nl ft 14 p 111 Cayce . - . , 10 ia p ui 11 19 n tu absolutely destroys the craying. or Irvingtbn.tf aii iDo.fjin-i- 6 2a p tu. Lewispurt . 4 . '10'lii.p.UWJ JSfltfll tobacco without the aid of will power, 40 p m j- s Ali.AI" Witiuan, , ..Jp3S.pnJIa3,a,J"i .GustQU and. with no Inconvenience. It leaves, Powers , . the system os'pure and lice frohrnic-otlri.'MS P,l U 43 A Pates .1048pm if so am Braiideiibiirff . ?r3rif m 558 p 111 ds the'day When you took your OWcnsboro , to'sfpnt ia ofp hi 'Wiiff IfrfiiicU"? n 39 HW7 07 p in' first chew or smoke. i8p.uv R6clcIfnveni';.nl47)aut7 14pm' Mattlunly t i ii109p.n1 Soldby all dtuggists, at$i perboxj .GrifliUi ,,if 1 !4 Rim a,33 pjn, WlUQWMilie..!. ...Jl JBill in 7 31 11 III three boxes, (fiiity days treatment ' and guaranteed cute;) .$2.50,. or. sent V 7 3Q &&"? U T 'Wortlilngton . 11Wt p 13 05 jg &$ aj nl V.?oa p m 7 35 pin Scud 6 direct upon receipt of price. ' aKy. Slrce't ,f"i3 4S1- . P ' is i) in two cent stamps for sample box.ltute-k- a r 00 m 8 30 , iu Ar. WItaulivllle SpottsVilloV'i'UMS'P'ni ia 53"f Chemical & ' Manulacturing Corn . u, v. moudub, u. v , - . 11 S3 P u '3.59, p uj BasketU Chemist, La imny, Manufacturing 13 10 am 115pm Louisville, Ky. Ar. Henderson Wisconsin, 46 yr THE PIONEER PRESS,COPMANY. 1 o to-d- o" - ... - Wji'". '."' s , .... jo isa 95 ' 1 ... cute-r-whi- e, ! .'.''. feW?? yWiyPlffl tr ' Witt vlWiV a V XXg7- -