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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895062801 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. iiiri ijtnlfa im,mm4mtntlyou Romembor yi nwnii kMMjtei.JtaMM: got tho Now York both for one your, for ono dollar and twenty; live cents. VOL. VII. Republican Tribuno and The The Habieobd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PARTY 111 HAVE YOU PAID I stand with Tho Republican. Pay up nnd onoyoarln Aclvanoo and wo will sand vou Tho Loulsvilln Wookly Commorolal ono your ?AA II UUt Will show how you THIS TAG IHE FOURTH CQM.5.IQHAI DISTRICT. CllUnAklUn hhmh QUUDUI IUU UL UIIUU HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1895. fit NO. 48. Latest U. S. Gov't Report NO PARTING AT DEATH. cemetery." "Yes, go on,ft Highest of all in Leavening Power. PROFESSIONAL or -- CARD. Will Together on Earth Whatever Happens to Them in the Other Bo "Well, we've built a vault " . "Where?" "Out in ourcenietcry." "You did?" hejpald, perplexed. Yes, and there's where we'll be put That rvon'tlbe burying a in the ground because it is above the groundfand it won'tbe buried to be put in I? anyway." The priest gavea little sigh when she finished and asmile of deep satisfaction spread over bis face, though he tried to repress it. The vault Is nobrtenanted. It may be many years ret before it is Those who knog tHe prospective occu pants of the vault ltope It will be a long time vacanty The cemetery jias a new rule in its governing regulations now. It provides that no mere ""vaults may be Hx. erected there. Pro-tcsta- World. Baking PrJVvl Powder 1 xvzS, rii p. w. Husband and Wifo Will for 4BSOEaW1TEEeV PUKE OWKNSBORO, KY. Will practice his prutenimi in Daviess nnd adjoining counties, Bpecinl attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commorco Building. LAWY.ER, LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, of er Anler.on'i Kaiaar.) VvT nii"x-a?xJ2- 3, Infants and Children. Cloavo to Eaoh Othor by MoauB of Tochnix Jn, H. Oleiln, 06-fo- re J.N. II. Welding, cality. BRUIN JONES. nous. T opaervnUon of Ca.torla with the patronage of million, of imrmlt n to epoalt of It without gotolng. It it Bnrine.tloiirtTilr tho tint remedy for Infant, and Children tho world lia. over known. It 1. linrmle... Children llho It. It give thorn lioalUi. It will avw tholp live.. In It Mother, have .omotltlng Trhtnh 1. n,h.olntelr .afo nt'. tirnotloallv perfect nm n, child', medlolno. Ca.torla, do.troy "Worra.. initTT year yr.an, Ctt.torltt allay. roverlahne... Ca.torla, prevent, vomiting Sonr Card. Ca.torla, enre. Duurhroe and Wind Collo. Caatorl relieve. Toothing Tronhlen. Ca.torla enre. Con.tlpn.tlon nnd Flatulency. Ca.torla gentrallie. tho egoota of carhonlo aold go. or pol.onon. air. Ca.torla doe, not contain morphine, opium, or other narootlo property. Ca.torla almllate. tho food, regulate, the .touiach and bowel., giving healthy nnd natural aleep. Ca.torla 1. pnt up In ono-.k- e hottle. only. It I. not .old In hoik. Don't allow any one to .ell you anything alio on tho pl.a or prorata that It 1. "Jttet a. good" and "will antwor every purpoie." See that yon ret The algnatnro of lo 1. on every wrapper. 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American rija. title fnllepe, unit tent el Nhorlhenil," taught i Ibe lll.lir.l Cnilorariueiil III the World to tbe bead of our Bhortband Department tan reporter), from the author, of tbl. .j.tetn. TfXKUItAI'lir. Nuperlnlendrnl ufoar llallner and TelecrauH Hj.tetu ba.n recurd ,n,Hi nr.rilkl H.n.rl.nrM. from rlelit Operator to Chief Train Dl.patcher. wltb the ' Cuaaned b) I. raeit Trunk I.lne. In America. Kuperlnlendenl., j1 uperalor.. Train Dlipalchere, ana a leaning raiiwaraim inrii.iuniin,i and (he World owulut The OiiItaheliool In Hallway Hr.teiil fir Ibe ?i...... 1b Etiit Stil) aid Sin. louiplet. operatlnit purpoee of flltliiK H. graduate, to gu dlrccl to SfirOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged good potltlmiM a. praetfcal operator. In all INNTIIUCTIOM OOMnIU VH1' A BPEOIALTY. department.. No ilnaa tork. cour.o, I'.nman.blli llu.lne.. rlll.K with anyCommercial Law, iVniim.rrlal 108 Main Street. rorre.pondenca. 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Symptoms Moisture; intense itchdepart-tn.ii- Ihoiiaanil. nf .lollara per annum leaelnr of llKtt:iti:Bll'm. atom wbotb. It. m.ntl. are and luvlnea. men and patron., fljalem of erluul. itrartleal u.ed In ev.ry ln.lrurlloii eon. 4 br anr oilier plan. liu.luraa a month, make, "All R I P A N S gj3l.jlmTj There are several Catholic cemeteries in and about Chicago. This is a story of one of them. The person concerned in it, however, are still living. They are an Irish woman, her husband, who is a German, and n woithy priest, the pastor of a large congregation in this city. The woman is a devout Catholic, a member of his flock. Her husband Is a member of no particular flock. He was a more or less devout Lutheran before he met the pair oi Irish eyes that led him to the alter. Since then he has occupied a neutral ground in matters of religion, making a compromise between his conviction andbisdonestic happiness. She has done all the for praying and the church-goinboth forever so many years since they were married. They never had children. They both were industrious and economical, and they plodded along together happily, making money and saving it until they found themselves rich. Then .he retired from business and they sat back at their ease to enjoy the reward of their long years of labor. They thought they had put aside all the cares and troubles of life and would drift down, idly content, to the shoresof eternity. But she hnd shared the worry nnd concerns of ills businessafialrsso long that she was only content when thinkiog. After while a shadow came into her thoughts and she told him of it. "We have been together along time," she said. 'Yes, It's a long time, sure enough," he answered. "We do not know whether we will be together in the next world, seeing as you are a Protestant." "Yes, that's true," he said, for he always agreed with her. "I've been thinking then that it's little enough that our bones should He together when we are dead." He looked up at fier and caught a glimpse of the old love light in her eyes once more. "Yes, yes," he said slowly till he times had repeated it n half-dozHis English vocabulary yhad alwas been limited, and happily for both Here was word "yes" predominated. an extensive one and it was always at command. Shesatdnomoreon the but went to see her pastor. When she came back the shadow had grown larger and darker, and there-wa- s a troubld look on her face because of it. She told her husband what had passed between herselfand her pastor, for that was what gave herthe trouble look. "A protestant can never be burled in that cemetery ground," she said. "Is that so?" he asked. "That's just what he told me," she said. lie looked troubled, too, at that, and they were both thoughtful and. silent. Nothing was said on the subject for several days. Thenherthlnk-in- g habit brought relief. "Suppose we build a vault," she said. "That would not be burying you in the ground, would it?" The idea had never occurred to her of going with him to a Protestant cemetery, where they would be ad, mitted, but if it had it would have-beejust the same. She would not have entertained it. Kven so she had solved the problem. She bought a lot in the cemetery and he had plans drawn up for a handsome mausoleum. He had it built of enduring granite-witpondeaous doors of Iron as the Rhenish citadels of feudal times. When it was fiuished she went to see g plan-ningaen sub-then, "Captain, who was tho best soldier ' you ever knew?" This question was propounded recently to Capt. Dronnugh, the present conl oil inspector of St. Louis, and a man who has seen enough of war to make hU judgment In regard rl oisr 1 1 ... TkL.ailifiot.m,k IMii her pastor again. "Weil, lamer, sue saiu, -- wc win. be buried together anyway." And she smiled so confidently that the good man took on a troubled look. "How Is that, my good woman?" he asked. "Tell me what you have." He was fully prepared to bear her say she had turned Protestant. "You know," she began, "that you said a Protestant could never be buried lu the consecrated ground of that GOOD SPIRITS while low gplrltt. uicuuiuuuua, ,mpaic edmemorr, mora or lrrttablo temper, rear or impoaor' tag calamity and thouaand aeil on. deranffo- menu of body ana mind, teeuEr, irom pernidooe. aolltarv tirejw Uoea,ofUn!ndu!gd trough ignorauMtff tbclr rulnoui oontu- nerroui aiiencca. low of menlr Dawer. not lnfreournllv rteutt from inch unnatural babltg. To reaon, reclaim ana rettoro guca unioriu- natei to health and bappli mm, u tbe aim of aa jnodatioo ot medloal ceouemon, wbo baro uen la plain but, ebute rtpartxi a treatise, language and treatlna- - of ino ri&turv, .ywp- torn, and curability, or noma treatment, of follow food besffh gSst C.Theo.Cain, (M.XFk WnnleU, Hveryliody to know that Gloves "Tastless CliiU Tonic is guaranteed to Cure Chills nnd fever, Lagrippe Bad Colds,& c., or your money will be rehinded In every Instance. Sold by Vlllis&eU, IlaiUcidKy. ing and stlnginginiost at n!ght;worse by scratching. II allowed to continue tumors form, which olten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swanb'b Ointmrnt stops the itching and bleed-nheals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors, At drug gists, or by mall, for so cents. Dr. Swayne& Son, rhlladelphia. g, guob dlgetutea A oonr of thbl uaefnl book wML on refielbtl ot tbl notice, with 10 oenta In iUdm for postage, no uuuim aeouretr ecaiea la a plain. cnTclope, Addrew, Woufjt'a, pisraUJaS UsniCAIt eiSKICUXlOS, fiuSftlO, MiK. to soldiers worth something. ' "Well, 1 hardly, know," was Jtho jJT AW reply, but I can tell you very easily who was tho best fighter I over on knew." JiAiiTroim, ht. "What's tho difference?" Will practice his profession in Ohio differ "There's n great deal of and adjoining counties, am! court of ence To be a good soldier one Appeals, tiprcial attention given t" must havo couragn, patience and do Oflico cast side ol purlfi collections. endurance, discipline and a great square. many other things. To be n good needs tohavoplonty M. L. IlitAvniK. Siiranv Tavi,ok. else- fighteronoonly him. .1 can't say In of tho devil In regard to tho best soldier, but the HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, best fighter I over knew was un- m e doubtedly a man named Jones. I UokeHinlllt'a Lnnt Mtannr... name redischarged from havo no Idea what his first Hoke Smith has HARTFORD, KY. ally was, but our men nil called him Will practice thicr profession in all the Pension office a poor Hitle woman Bruin, for reasons I think you can "The best fighter I ever saw." the Courts of Ohio and adjoining of guess when you hear tho story. Ho clerk, who is the "Done." sold Capt. Boles, and Frauds Scott Key. the famed author was a tncmber of my company, but I that part of tho, matter was settled. counties, and in the Court ol ApSpecial attention given to havo no recollection of how or whon Tho only thing now remaining was peals. of the "Star Spangled Banner." collections. Office, next dcor to he joined us. Tho first day I petty clerkd For several years this to got Bruin's consent to bo Bank of Hartford. ever to have scon him was ship ha3 been the only means of supthis was dono In the folport of this woman and her mother, tho 16th of August, 1802, just tho lowing manner; Perry Westerfield, day before tho awful fight at Louo "Mr. Jones," said Capt. Bronaugh aged 8o years, who is totally blind. Jack." one day, "I understand you aro tryis now almost destitute. She It seems that nn that datu all the ing to got out of my company and A Washington dispatch says that companies la Lewis' regiment wero Into Capt. Boles'. I wont you to Bcaveji Dam, Ky. Mrs. Key is one of the 169 clerks In reorganized, nnd that the voting for undcrstondj-nlr- , that I don't propose office whoweredoomed to officers was all done by ballot. When the Pension to pormlt you to do anything of tho B. D. RINQ0 company kind. If nn officer has got to bg losing E. D. OUFKT. dismissal by the cutting down of the It camo to Hronaugli's s, Grtxffy Sz IRingro, every vote read was cast for him for his men for every llttlo fool reason appropriations made by the last tho but of this number only 100 captain except the last one. Tovoto that may come up, there'd Just as everyone, the last well not be any officer ot nil." were dismissed outright for Hoke surprise of ZXe.rtfszA, ICentviclc . was called out in stentorian tones: Bruin looked a llttlo dazed ot this Smith and his underlings, by transWill practice of Ohio "Tho dovll." statement of the caso, and then re- aud adjoining mall courts Kuperior fers and other manipulations, mancounties, At tho announcement of this unho'd be dash blank Court of expected vote, tho men, stared marked that and Court of Appeals. aged to find places for sixty-nin- e dashed If ho would stay in any such and all legal business attend-e- d Of course, all those around nt each other In amazement. double dashed company any more these persons. to, Oflico 329 E. Market St. sixty-nin- e were either Southerners or j, "Say," remarked the wit of tho Just sec if he wouldl In this manana aitnougn jur. company at last, "that fellow ought ner his consent was won, and tho It. R. WEDDING Lochren confesses that he knows of to havo better manners than voto next day ho applied to Capt. Boles for himself." Tho application for a transfer. Mrs, Key '8 parentage and of her desIn tho laugh that followed all tho titute condition , still he says: "If company joined except Jones. He should have been sent to certain superior officers, but Capt. Bronaugh discussion is among IlARTFOrtD, Kl the lady under stood stiff as a ramrod, with a counwas unwilling for this to bo dode, Will practico his profession in all the number dismissed, as I know she tenance like thnt of Mephistophelcs, for fear he might lose his trado. tho courts of Ohio and adjoining is, it is a matter that I regret, but until tho laugh had subsided, and "No uso to bother Col. Lewis counties. Also Notary Public. cannot remedy." then he remarked: thing like that," ho about a llttlo Office, room 20, Hartford House. There is no charge of inefficiency or "Ho voted for a blamed sight betsaid to Boles. "Just let's wait till Key. Shesim-pl- y ter man than Bronaugh, anyway." tbo thing has about had time to go inability against Mrs. Ho I think that tho reader will conthrough tho rounds and then Just went down in the wreck because swap tho men ourselves." woman and had no cede that when tho captain complishe was a lone ments Mr. Jones' fighting qualities, somo two weoks Accordingly, Democratic backing or influence. It Is not becauso of any special personlater, Bru'ln was Informed that his dismissal was madelast Saturday, Her al friendship for hlra. He was a man transfer had been granted, tho two and one week lrom the time the penHartford, Ky. of about thirty years of ago, below captains exchanged tho names and sion commissioner gave her her paclean the trade wa$ settled. practice his profescion in all height, slender, medium WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining pers the country will celebrate "Flag shaven, dark complexion, and was Tho next time tho two captains Day," and hundreds will sing the very much like a bawk In tho keenmot was several months later in counties and Court of Appeals. Speo-la- l attention given to collections. song composed by her illustrious ness of his eyes, tho curvaturoof his Boslcr parish, Louisiana, and shall Office next door below Commeri nose, the muslcalness of his volco I confess It? at a dance. It this grandfather, but she will be wonderdisstatement should meet the eyes of cial Hotel. ing where she is to find bread to keep and the general amiability of his body and that of her position. Tho captain sums up the any of his church officials, they aro life in her own B. caso by saying: respectfully requested not to turn Toledo Blade. old, blind mother. "He was soured on the world and him out on account of It. The offenso all tho rcst.of mankind." was committed over thirty years Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder He was never known to agree with ago, and I do not really think he HARTFORD, KY. World's Pair Highest Award. anybody on any fcubject that could makes a practice of. dancing Will practico his profession in th Repub-lica- n bo mentioned. Tho nearest ho over However, ho an'd Boles wero both on courts of Ohio and adjoining countiet came to It was ono day in camp, the floor and dancing, when tho lat- Careful attention given to all businesa Commer-cial.kee- p when tho soldiers happened to bo ter exclaimed: Repub- "Say, Bronaugh, I've got a crow entrusted to him. Oflico in discussing Jtho character of Abramoan Building, forcito pick with you." ham Lincoln, nnd ono of them 'What Is it?" bly expressed tho opinion that he "You remember that fellow Jones wus the greatest scoundrel that 81.25 you traded off on me? What did over lived. "Yesl" exclaimed Jones, with a you mean by telling mo ho was u HARTFORD, KY. Have yon renewed your eulmerlp- profusion of lurid language, "there's good soldier?" tlou for 18V5T Will "I never said it, Boles. I said ho courtspractico his profession in all th only ono raoro contemptible hound was of Ohio anil adjoining counties. tho best fighter I over saw." Crlltendrii Dice In Poverlr. lu tho unlverso than Lincoln." al Dr. E. II. Crittenden, a cousin to "Oh. that was It, was It? I bellevo Careful attention will be given toCol "Who's ho?" busiucsa entrusted to his caro. Missouri, now you wero right about It, too. Ho's Crittenden, of "Jeff Davis," bo replied, with oil whipped every privoto in my com- lectious a specialty. Office with tbo a minister to' Mexico, and Gen. Crittha withering contempt ho could pany already, and they say bo is county Attorney. Also Notary Public tenden, the confederate leader, died crowd Into tho Words. Prom this -. begin on tho officers next. Dnil. rEeooKEJRs, in a police ambulance jesterday on speech It may be Imagined that going to no discount on his being a There's the way from a lodging house ot 99 while Mr. Jones hated tha union, ho fighter." did not adore the confederacy. Tho Van Buren street to the county hos Tho last time Capt. Bronaugh over pital. He had taken an overdose of boys In camp suggested that he woro saw Bruin was In the hospital at GREENVILLE, KY. opium, to which habit he had in late tho gray merely becauso he If had Memphis. The first face ho noticed Will practico bis profession in all the ho more men to shoot at than when ho entered tho ward was his, courts 3f Muhlenberg and adjoining years become addicted. woro the blue. There was no duty and It was palo and still as death. counties. Special attention will be Dr. Crittenden has lived in Chicago too hard for him, no night too cold four years. During that time he was or rainy for him to stand guard, no Hoping to bo of somo service to ono given to collections and ail buaiuess Office next of bis former men, tho captain stood entrusted to bis care. engaged in the manufacture of a pat fight too daugorous for him, providbedside for n moment. Just door below postoillcc. medicine, with an office at M Aid ed only ho was allowed to have his at the ent then tho closed oyes opened, tho Ffom Ule be,,inn!Df, 0, the fill of profanity and obuso for the faco lighted up with Its old expres? 8tnjeti DE3. IIMDES.A.Ij, year untll a week ogo Dr. Crittenden world in general. Ouco when it was sion, and, In tho accents (Gwmfy Attorney) the artillery was not of death, tho old stream of profanity dwelt in the Arcade hotelA 164 Clark hinted that street, at which time he lclt, saying Btrong euough to dlslodgo a certain began to flow. Bruin was Bruin to to the enemy, the last. he was to take a room near his office battery bolonglng HARTFORD, KY. some one suggested: nuudreds of old confederate solfor convenience. Will practico his profession in the "Put old Jones up in front and diers in Missouri will recall poor Coming mux one of the most dislot him cuss at 'cm, If that don't Bruin with a glimmer about the eyes Courts ot Ohio and adjoining couu-tie- s. Special attention given to coltinguished families of, the South Dr. clean 'em out, thero'a no usu to try that Is halt a stnllo and half a tear. Oflico in Courthouse. Crittenden had In his experience bombshells." Nobody knows what his first namo lections. drifted through nearly every part of He would not only ourso tho fedreally was; nobody over know where the union and had known every sta erals, but the confederates also, tho he camo from. It used to be asserted tion of success and failure from the officers as well as tho men. Soveral that be was from Arkansas, but per times he was known to knock his haps thts was merely from a humor SSI fiK proprietorship of the Auditorium hotho flat sldo ous (loslro to lower tho reputation j. S.jMbtt I'm IsW A burned and messmates down with tel In Cincinnati, which was so In of that stato. No ono knows who ol a spade, and then If ho and mined his fottune In 1864, to the considerate as to rcmonstrato to his peoplo woro or what his past lodging house quarters threaten him with tho edge. Owing history was. Let us hope, though, occupancy of &HssBssssm'im at his death. His early home was to such traits in him as these, tho that Ho who knows all about htm Ky. His wife and one son men gradually grow unwilling to cot saw something In his early life that . Lexlnirton. ' with him, so that for months he was could account for tho hardness of have been dead many years, a veritable hermit, though sur- heart of this "Tlmon of Athens" of 1 At the time of the outbreak of tbe rounded by men. No ono spoko to tho confederacy and made somo r n , u" " acvm Trri.u1t,anfa fir.. him or had anything of any kind to allowance accordingly. St. Louis HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. crittendott went to Titusville, became do with him, whon it could in any Ropubllo. proprietor of a hotel there which way be avoided, and this seemed to Using Compresied Air, Is prepared to do any aud all kinds J the he was known as bo exactly what ho wonted. About 1 also burned, and a Prices most Tho uso of compressed air for va- of Dental Operations. joneofthe biggest erpeculators in oil this time ho was nicknamed rious purposes is being rapidly ex- reasonable. Office over Williams & of his properties in the State, It is said that "Brulu," not only on account temper, but also becauso tended In tho shops of tho Mexican Bell's Drug Store. he cleared $500,000 out" ofthatbusU bearllko solitary figure, squatting about Central In tho City of Mexico. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE ness, which he subsequ.itly lost In tho by bis camp Are, eating his own 4.4144 thejears from 1873 to 1376 he lived food, and holding converse with no tatunsu I lane fttn Philadelphia. Later he raved to the one, was very much like that of a A, Pacific slope where he engaged In executbear caged by Itself to prevent It aeeeharav aAV (HatAliAM. . .... .J A various undertakings with 111 luck, from Injuring anything. v ...nl vsa w vy UN on Uaii'iMHi m u.. mi. f order, tva rvMlrUK. i In '. In bls wy .things worked Vol- - ed Aflerwrad he spent some tuonths oflico. I lint Wrraaia4 A inousf mif. WrtU Get our prices picnic bills and we your work. Best work guaranteed.See us before going where. i grand-daught- crabty smoothly for awhile, out long Capt. Bronaugh nnd his men decided that If it could be dono they would like very much to get Bruin transferred to somo other company. There wero just two difficulties In tho wny of this. In tho first place, no captain who know him very well would consent to tnko him, and la tho second placo, If Bruin know that Bronaugh and bis men did not want him, ho would Insist most ntrrmumislv nn ntnvlnir. Both these dlffiaultlos woro circumvented by a little strutogy. In tho company of Capt. Boles thero was a man named Eph God, a Henry county man, a bravo soldier and an ardent friend of Bronaugh. Ho Is ot present living on his farm near Clinton, and is said to be as rollloksomo and as fond of his joke now as he was then. One day Bronaugh approached Boles, ex plained tho situation and nsked that Gofr bo transferred to his company. "All right," said Cupt. Boles. "Who can you give mo In his place?" "Well, I've got a man named Jones you can have." "Is ho n good soldier?" GLENN & WEDDING, Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attonlion given collection!. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. ftTTBIIT ? attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. Con-grcs- attorneys gt gaw, L'ol-lecti- ons Attorney at Law, W. moron, EARrvTES m Jo. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, to-da- Read The and posted.Only per year. Attorney at Law, Attorney at Latv, half-stifle- d Attorney at jC&w, 3. J. - i mm i R. P8RTLE .tr.(v, si -,.- DENTIST Job work neatly . 1 Denver. Chicago Record. and cheaply at this a a- -r . iiwi niwi "nyi ""w k y T"wm& Republican DEANFIELD. An Intorosting Oommunloa-tioIroin tbo Northern Part of tho County. u Wo have the larg- - est circulation, but want more. Remem- - bor $1.25 gets Tho and Louisville Commor- - oial ono year. tcnt until tho pcoplo, by tho rehukos of th? Republican Banner, which he Ei.irAiiKTHTOWN voted last 8atur day to issue bonds of tho town for tho in tho elections of 1808 nnd. 1801, very uncivilly says was written by "nn Ignoramus or profawlnnil politof establishing water works. mado tho retirement of tho Demo ruBUBimo EViniY nuiuY jioknino purpose carried by 318 to 12. orotic party from powor, noxt to n ical liar." Tin wcrct of J. J. J's Tlio proposition he iiiadveitontly discloses In ..Prnprlrlflr. Kclinblo citizens of Elizabothtown say moral certainty. When business nnd HAH A. ANIUIIINO.V I'.illlor. jo. ii. itour.iiN moss on tho wages bavo reached tho bottom, how tho nverago length ol tho "I wns ono of tho wcrctarios of the else can thoy movo save upward ii Subscription, $1.25 poryoar. backs of tho 12 Is inches. tbey movo at all? It is not, tho priv- Board tltli your nnd heard most of the Friday, Junk a8, 1395. Tun raorcliant who does a liberal ilege of tho party that sent wages nnd cotintlta cMifnitUei tell their tale of amount of judicious advertising sells business to the bottom to claim credit woo and make their speeches. All STATE SENATOR. moro good) than tho merchant who for tho rovlval which cornea. in spito the committiaa who cxpiessed themWit ftrc authorized to announce selves said they were satisfied that Dr. A. D. Jambs, refuses to advertise, and selling great-o- r of that party. Of Muhlenberg county, ns n candidate their county would get justice." quantities tho former can sell lor State Senator In the 8thScnatorial cheaper When tin Republicans abolish the lmsv tho foll than tho latter, besides pun. The District, subject to the nctiou of the Board or Un-limtixitljii, J. J J. will lowing to say: patty. chasing stock oitener to meet his in Republican lose his little wages ns Secretary of HEPJRESENTATIVE. creased sales ho. sells fresher goods in "John Martin, who represents the DcniocratloPopullst fusion of Kan- that august plank. Sorry, but we We are authorized to announce It pays to patroniza tho sas in every line. the United States Senate, Is, of ain't heip it. He must hunt another lisp.. V. I. Rows, advertiser. course, one ot the wildest of the free job, certain. 01 Ccntcrtown, as a candidate to repsilverites. 'If the Democratic party resent Ohio county in the Lower But does anyone believe that they In speaking for harmony in tho docs not adopt a platform in favor of were "satisfied" House of the next General Assembly, with the arbitrary subject to the action of the RepublicMcCrcary lree coinage of silver,' he exclaimed, manner in Democratic Convention which the Board raised 'it will not carry a single State In an party. said: "For Gods sake, fellow Dora, the Union.' And if it docs adopt 0 their taxes? On the contrary does We arc authorized to announce ocrats, do not let it bo said that tho free silver platform, it will not de- not everybody kuow that the comC. M, BARNirrr serve to carry a single State In the A candidate to represent Ohio county Democratic party, which first raised Union. There is no place in a coun- mittees were sent by the various countho Domocratio flag in Kentucky, try of honest men for a party which ties to see the Board nnd prevent tliem In the next House ol Representatives, subject to the action ol the RepublicThis now would follow the behests ot Martin from increasing their taxes? We shall over meet defeat.'' an party. flag is something wo had not heard of and Crisp and commit itself to n poli- know the purnoso of the Christian before. Wonder what kind of a flag cy simply because popular sentiment county delegation was to effect a reseemed to be running in that direcHopublican Stato Tickot. duction of tuxes. Still J. J. J. says: "llie Dcmoctatiejlag" is and whero it tion." V. 0. Bradley. Governor "There wasn't oue committee that raised. Will some ono explain why it was Worthing, was W. J. Lieut.Govcrnor complained of the Board's decision in ton. In tho midst of all tho noise and right for tho Kentucky Democracy, regard to its county." with of tho States of the Auditor S. II. Stone. bustle nnd turmoil of tho discussion And jet the ietty Secretary of the Stnto Clms. Fiulcy. of the money question let tho pcoplo Union to declare for Freo Silver in Board of Uu equalization, after writSecretary of 1891 and immediately therealtcr, nad Treasures Geo. W. Long. not forget that tho Frco Trado with ing this sclf.cvldent falsehood, calls Attorney General W. S. Tajlor. which the country was threatened by why it would bo wrong to declaro for the Banue r !an ignoramus or n professional political liar." Nobody but, Superintendent of Public Instruc- Democratic ascendency in 1892 is tho Free Silver now? tion W, J. Davidson. ail Ignoramus would makesuch a palprime causcof tho industrial and finan The llrputillcnu it Mnllonnl 1'nrlj". Register of Land Office C. 0. cial ruin and desolation which have The reports coupling the names of pable misstatement. Finally, this Three Jays says: Reynolds. since spread over the country. It is W. O. Bradley of Kentucky, II. Clay Commissioner of Agriculture Lui this fact that tho Democrats are at. F.vans of Tennessee, nnd otherSouth-er- n "The Committee from one county men with the Republican nomi. stated on oath that they listed their cas Moore. tempting to keep in the back grounds. nation for the Vice Presidency are full property at only 8i per cent of its KAILUOAD COMMISSIONED. The Democrats in Convention at of significance. They indicate tlntat value when the law requires 100 per First District -J- erry Porter. Louisville this week nominated Gen. last the Republlca party Iiasgro.vn to cent." Second District H. S. Irwin. P. Wat Hardin for Governor, and be as national in its field of operations I' If this miicrablc Kngtish has any Appellate Court Judge Gcorgo Mr. R. T. Tyler for Lieutenant Gov- as it always has been In its spirit and meaning, it means that the members RuRelle. purpose. The old Democratic taunt of a certain committee confessed that ernor. Tho Convention was very that the Republican is a sectional par- they, that is the members individual-- . throughout and many person SPECIAL NOTICE. of the country it ly, listed their private property twennlitics were indulged in by both tho ty, that in one-hafriends ' of Free Silver and Sound has no standing or influence, was ty per cent uuder its value. If this Wo havo mado repeated appeals to Money. The platform of 1892 was knocked obsolete by the election re- be so, still the Board should not pun- -' subscribers who are in arrears with The remainder of the turns of last November, which gave it ish a whole county for the individual nearly three times as many members fault af the Committee. us; some have responded cheerfully ticket was nominated yesterday eve of Congress from the South ns the The Banner repeats its former cry, and paid one year in advance, others ning, but at time of going to press we Democrats got in the North. In half Down with the useless and unjust could learn nothing as to whom tho of the sixteen ve have paid no attention to our noState3 the Re- State Board of Equalization! and the unfortunates will be. publican party will hereafter have a cry will be heartily echoed by every tices. To all those who have paid wo fair fighting chance of victory in ever county iu the g. o. c , whether Three nro very thankful, to thoso who havo The interests of the Common, canvass in which it makes good nom- Jays loses his little clerks salary or not paid, we ask you again to call or wealth are well cared for as is evi- inations and takes intelligent advan. not. . Sinecures must not be tolerated. The Board must go. The work of the send in that subscription account you denced by tho following from the tage of its opportunities. Owensbcro Jnquirer: Nearly all the great parties have county assessors must he respected, owe. Wo are at a great expense ev"At Hopkinsvillejames Elliott.col-ore- been In one sense or another open to while theirofllce oontinues. Repubery week and MUST bavo what is for highway robbery, was senimputation of sectionalism. The lican Banner. Look at the tenced to ten years in the penitentia- the due lis on subscription. ry, and Wyatt Melvin, colored, same center of strength aud influence of the TIip Merit you will see offense, for five years. label on your paper and In less than Federalist party was New England, Of Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friends forty-eig- ht hours from the time of and it never obtains a really strong wherever it is fairly and honestly how much you are indebted to as, committing the robbery the men were have paid it arrested and don't rest until you and foothold in any State south of Dele, tried. To have perfect health, you tried, sentenced ware and Maryland except around must have pure blood, and the best account is landed in the penitentiary," oil. Your subscription This was true, also, in a way to have pure blood is to take To say that was a 2:40 gait would Charleston. and just as essential as any account not oxprcss it. It's a Nancy Hanks large degree, of the National Repub. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best blood you ought to pay it just the same as record or nothing. licans,thesuccessorsof the Federalists. purifier and strength builder. It exThe Whig party, however, into which pels all taint of scrofula, salt rheum any other account, and you will conAnd what will the next Bign be, the National Republican party grew, and all other humors, and at the fer a great favor on us by us paying ono well might ask in view of the fol secured a standing in the South at the same time buildscpthcwholesystem. AT ONCE. lowing. outset through its great 'leader, Clay, Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient. "A close observer writes to the and was a national organization to the saloons have not opened up New York Sun in what The he calls the end of its days. In its last Presiden- 25c at this writing. morals of the jaws. He declares that canvass, 1852, it carries only four l.ornl AiUcrlnlnjr. the projecting upper jaw is a good tial The editor can always write more .Massachusetts, The merchant who advertises is sign in anybody, and that as a boy he States Vermont, of the business Interests of never annoyed with weeds growing noticed that boys with this feature Kentucky nnd Tennessee but these cheerfully were always reserved and modest In were divided evenly between the seca town when his columns are liberally in front of his store. the presence of girls. He has noticed tions. In this respect the Whig was filled with the advertisements of the the same modesty in cases of women, the Convention has forNow that and adds that he has asked police- more truly national than even the business houses. No editorcan advomulated what it pleases to call a men and officers and men in all grades Democratic party, tor along to 1800 cate the doctrine ol buying from home merchants unless the home merchants platfoim the Hartford Democrats will of life and they 'never knew one wo- and during a short time immediately man with a projecting upper jaw after the civil war the Democracy had show they are interested in catering come in ofl the fence. who had ever been guilty of any act to the home trade by advertising in that would disgrace her sex, nor one very little weight outside one section The man who leaves this world who had ever been accused of unfaith- of the country, the South. the columns of local newspaper. It In the beginning the Republican is depressing to the editors to find wbilo he is praying in one direction fulness to her marriage vows,nor that and voting in nnotbei will need to was ever known among the ranks of party was forced to rely lor its sup- business men patronizing every women's rights, nor that was ever port entirely on a single section, the fake that comes along, and take an ico factory with him. known to indulge in ambiguous ex North. It expressly disclaimed any at the same time the names ol those pressions."' OwENSnono has a Law and Order purpose of assaulting slavery in the business) men are rarely, if ever, seen League, which is making a hard fight things continue at the same rate States in which that institution exist- in the advertising columns of the loIf The Y. M. C. A. and for a few more generations the horto ed, but as It opposed slavery extenSt. Augustine Via.) cal newspaper. against vice the preachers nro taking an active will be a decided back number. Elec- sion it could secure no footing in the Nevrs. part. tric street cars, horseless carriages, slavery region. The South reasoned taat whoever and whatever was not Ohio county has n fine crop of bicycles and oilier contrivances of for slavery was against it, and this weaker and wiser man are rendering w heat aud oats and notwithstanding consideration confined the Republican tho horse less necessary to tho conthe cut worms and tho frost with a party to one section. The, passions venience of mankind. Some people favorable season from now on a good and the legislation growingoutof the are even suggesting that tho horse is war kept up the barriers against the 0 rop of corn and tobacco is assured. .I )i Mo adows look fino and tho farmers a coming food animal and that if we patty entrance into the hostile region can overcome, our old timo prejudice until a year or two ago. Theyare rePlenty of good feed at Field'& prospect is promising. iu that direction horso flesh will come moved now, however, and the partisan Think complexion of State hereafter cannot An exebango gives tho following to challenge beet as a meat. The I.11111I ol I'nmilkc, ' description of a prodigy of good be- ot a sirloin steak cut from u thorough be absolutely and always determined "The Supreme Court of the United bred! Tho world bad just as well by position. States has decided tint an Income tax their geographical ll avion in East Jordan,Mlcli.,scv-cnty-fiv- e prepare itself for tho changes the fu- Southern men will be in the race for is unconstitutional, nt.d cannot be "A man Daily Paper. years old, says he has never ture, has in store and fried horso for Vice Presidency in the Republican levied." To the West! To the Westl To the taken a chew of tobacco, never been breakfast may be ono of them. of 1896, and r ' National Convention land of the freel drunk, never shook dice or played some of them may even be on the Yes, that is the country in the future cards, never whipped his wile, never While at Elizabethtown last week Presidential track. It Is, indeed, for me! flirted with his neighbor's wife and Gen. 8. B, Buckner, in an interview within theboundsof probability that You may say it's the home of the never got the best ot a horse deal." blizzard that's true. His friends nro expecting him to with Mr. 0, W. Young made uso of the Republican party will be before You may talk of Us sunstrokes my the following truthful words, which the Democracy In selecting a Presibo transplanted at any time. answer is Pooh!" goes to show that tho Democracy has dential candidate from the Southern Enlarge ns you may on its active "Judge Lynch" Ghbe Democrat. The man who can beat a railroad almost given up tbo fight in Ken- States. You can't Irom my propose induce 1 Watter-sohi is, in tho language of Henry tucky this year: me to fllnchf Hood's Satsaparilla gives great a veritablo "daisy" and ho is "When I first began my canvass I bodily, nerve, mental and digestive Its twang may be nasal, its etiquette lax. nearly as scarce as hens teeth, but an felt greatly encouraged, butmyfriends strength, simply because it purifies, in a certain sense But, oh! it's the land where there's exchange tells tho following on two politically, nud I have desettcd me vitalizes and enriches the blood. no income tax, am going home now energetic Colorado legislators: and expect to stay there, unless my 1'rciiK. Tis useless to dwell on its "bosses" A 1'ollllcHl "Two honorable members of the friends should again request my humand "rings." If there is one thing that the public Colorado legislature have just been ble services. Sofaf I havehad enough dudes, its tripped up In a pretty mean scheme of it, and judging from the spirit of general, without respect to party, is Its monkey-lik"silver kings." of making money by beating railroads the peopje whom I have seen during agreed on, it is that the State Board papers, I grant, may be lacking that had given favors to them be- my trip, Mr. Bradley will be the next of Equalization, so called, is a cum- Its in taste. They Governor ot Kentucky, and it does cause of their public office. have been making a system ol rent- not make much difference whom the brous excrescent on the State, and But in hints such as these you your labor but waste; something worse. It is a parasite ing their traveling passes on the rail- Democrats nominate." roads to traveling men at $15 a month which fattens on the boby politic by You may harp 011 its faults for a week if you will. npiece. In the case of one member, Evimv timo a firm increases tho sucking its substance, without giving But my heart, unaeiTcted, would turn who has a German name, the fraud wagoa of its employes, thus raising any profit in return. It's preposterous to it still; was discovered through one of his personal passes being presented by a them toward tho prosperity they eu- - absurdity is apparent when cue re- For whatever it likes and whatever it lacks, man of palpably Hibernian nationali- joyed under tho MoKinloy law in flects that it was appointed to do the ty. The conductor could not recons 1892 tho Democracy ascribes tho rise work which county assessors are elect- 'Tis the land ot all lands where there is no iucome taxi the brogue, and cile the name aud to do by their respective held the man and the pass for inves- to thoWilsou Bill.forgotting that fear ed and paid So I'm off to the West; where the tigation, when the fraud was discov- of Domocratio Freo Tindo first mado counties. courts, wisely stern, ered. Following this clew led to the it necessary for tho wages ol these This Board of of Have "sat on" all chance ot the "surdiscovery of the system operated by has the arbitrary power to ignore and charged return." A parly One pass that untie men to bo reduced. these two legislators. must be iudospcratestralghta when it set aside the work ofovtr oue hundred Wncre that harsh "Schedule D" will the assemblymen had rented for $15 not vox as ol yoie, a month and hnd been used for more points with seeming pride to tho re- county assessors, from Big Sandy t,o Nor the 'special commissioner" worPurchase. And it exercises than $100 worth of travel in that vival of business, which sots in after Jackson's ' ry mc more. time." the power freely. I leave the, Old Hngland, I own with two yeas of annihilation wrought by Thoy ought to lrnvo a cliromo. Politics, however, has its freaks, regret. tho legislation and threatened legislaaud one of the queerest of these is a But, though parting tear drops my eyelids miy wet, tion of this samo party. Tho Democwriter in the Big Saudy News, who wzmnmiMKrUAmiuw DUKtS Wfltlit mi list Mils. I racy seoms to forget, at least to over- signs himself I. J. Johnson, and flies Still my mind is made up, and I raeau I Dot CuukU tlruii. fuln (iuul. to "make tracks" iiM brdrutrvliric la Uiua. look tbo fact, that thero was no reviv-u- l into a passion, over a 'brief and inno- For the land where they cannot imiu business iu any measurable ex. cent little paragraph iu n recent issue pose income tax! Hartford Republican . Nervous truo nd condition Peopla should rctllio prmiicnt li that the only euro lot their to bo found In luvlnir l.l Pure Blood illc Courier-Journa- 1 two-third- s ly lf ' ex-sla- d, . ! Dcanfield or what is known ns in the post office guide is perhaps no stranger ton great portion of the State as wc furnish a first class coal here to the good people of this State as well as others, there is at present two mines in operation here the Thompson mine where the coal is hauled up an incline to the tip-p- ie where It is run through an iron screen that vibrates and discharges at the north end. Slack, nut aud lump, separate right Into the flats where it is run to the different places in the State for sale. About two hundred yards above the Thompson mines is the Miller & Dean mines or shaft rather about 80 feet deep, the coal is talsed up through two elevators, one ascending the other descending, the mules are also sent down on the elevators to work in the mines, this is also a fine vein of coal nnd the output when in full operation is not surpassed by any one mine in the State, Mr. D. S. Miller is superintendent of this bank he; has associated with him, Guy Dean, of Owensboro.n s gentleman, nnd blessed with plenty of good things of this world. Mr. Miller is a model superintendent and one that sticks to his men nnd they to him. The outlook for the coming season is a prosperous one for Dcanfield. The Thompson mines has for its superintendent Mr. G. C. Roberts, a gentleman of ability and rare social qualities, and of gen. tlcmanly deportment that characterizes the true gentlemau, nnd the wish of the community is that wc had more such men. The Company at the Thompson mines is presided over by Mr. Cy Watson, a young man of ability and great social qualities, which goes a long ways with the property of a store. Mr. William Day is clerk at the store at the Miller mines, and we can truly congratulate the young lady that gets him, as she will never be in the dark, but will have one eternal Day, know; no night. Mr. John Thompson, the genial young mau who is right boss at the the Thompson mines is quite a favorite, in fact we are not surprised at this, as he wears a coat that is no kin to n rabbit, that is when it comes to the tail, but Johnny is young and good looking and can't help it; so mote it be! The stores here are doing a good business, considering the cull times. Mr. Lee Cannon is our druggist and Messrs. Pearson nnd Parrel nre our besides the two Company stores. Mr. John Phanp is the ruilroad agent here nnd while he is small in statue there is nothing short about him as a man; as he is one of the best and most sociable of nien. Mr. Steve Moore is chief engineer at the Miller mines anda more whole-soule- d man never lived. He is one ofthefewmen who believes in the clean thing and standing by a true friend. Mr. Ham Fuqua is engineer at the Thompson works, and, though, a young man, brings and sends his cars from the bank without nn accident. The men in charge of the several departments at the two batiks nre above an average for ability and gentlemanfirst-classtore-house 1 store-keeper- Becauio tho health of ever organ (nil tUtuo of tho body depends upon tho purity of tho blood. Th wholo world knows tbo standard blood purifier U WM. F. RAPIUR, The proprietor ol the KLLKNDAI.n FAIR & STOCK FARM, near Curds-vllle- , Ky., is among the best known Histrnin-in- g men In Western Kentucky. and breeding stables first brought him into notice several years ago nnd the grand success ofhls 1894 fair made him known over the State. The magnitude of his plans for the 1895 fair is making his name familiar as a household word all over the Green River Country. The grandeur of his new Fair building and the beauty of his large nnd up to date program, makes nssurance doubly sure that his claim that his Fair isTHKFalr ol the Green River country, is simply the truth, Since last Fair he has planted out hundreds of forest shade trees, made beautiful carriage drives, which with the artistically designed flower beds, make the grounds the realization of a poet's dream. He has nlso made a new Race Track; half mile regulation 50 feet in width. The large 3 story Hotel is ncaring completion; the Floral Hall is well underway, ns is also the 200 foot addition to the grand-stand- . All the buildings are large, substantial, and convenient. The enterprise is one of such magnitude that but very few men could project or plan it, and fewer could carry out the details to a successful finish. Mr. Rapier's clear judgment, indomix table energy nnd perseverance, backed by his upright business principles, make him a successful as well as J remarkable man. The ladies of Ohio county ought to be getting their handy work ready to exhibit at the Floral Hall. The inducements offered are greater than at ordinary Fairs. Besides the premium given to the best specimen of work ol its class, there will be given a $tto Packard Organ for best display in the hall and a premium of $25 in gold to the best display from each county rep resented by at least four displays. Anyone desiring any information re- Sarsaparilla Makos Hood's And therr.'oro it Ii tho only trno and rolloblo tnedlelne for nervous people. It makM the blood puro and healthy, and thus curea norrouinou, tnalteo the nerves firm and ctronjr, glioo sweet good appetite, eUep, mental vigor, perfect digeetton. It docs all th!i, and care Scrofula, Eczema, or Bait Rheam and all other blood dUeaeoe, becaueo it Pure Blood monUl fully establish tbo (act ItooalU provo orery word wo hvo eatd. Tbouianda of voluntary tcott tht Dc to Get Hoods ?i,rcJ, tfTures vBy ncrTOue-neo- s. rtua and the flnt bottlo amioted with "I hare boento take llood'a EMreapa I began hclrx-- MAKOABrrOnAY,Cutawba,Rontucky. PHI mo." Hood'a euro all llier Ills, 2roy Steam OWEKSllOKO, Laundry, Ky. Does finest work of any laundry In the West. No injurious ingreWork nil guarandients used. teed to give satisfaction. Patrons' linen insured against fire while iu the laundry. Laundry sont on Tuesday and roturnod on Saturday ofcachweek- - Sotru, otrletly Cooli. WALTHIl M. I'ATU, Agt. Hartfortl, Ky. " "How Iu Cure nil Mi In lllrn-,Simply apply "Swaync's Ointment" No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all emptions on the face, note, &c, leaving the skin clear, while and healthy. Its great healing and curnthc powers are possessed by no other remedy, Ask your druggist for Su'AYMK'g O1NTM8NT. 34 i ijr. Republican Subscribe lor The Louisville Commercial $1.25 per year. and n, e ill-br- A delegate county convention is called to meet in Hartford, Ky. nt the court bouse, Monday, July 32, 1895 at 10 o'clock to nominate a n candidate for Representative from Onloccunty, in the next session of the General Assembley of the of Ky, It is ordered that on Saturday July 20. 1895 conventions be held in each voting precinct in Ohio county to select delegates to the convention called for July 22. ence. Kach precinct shall have, in the Mr. Kditor, we will in the future say something more county convention one vote for each about our town and good people. twenty-fiv- e votes, cast iu such pre-fWishing Tim PnrunucAN success, John W. Lewis at the November nnd hoping that right may prevail 1S94 election, and one for each fracnnd meanness go down, I remain sit- tion of such vote over twelve. Said precinct conventions are called ting on a limb, the Owx. to meet at two o'clock p. m. Cry The East and West Hartford precincts shall be held together. The two Fordsville precincts shall hold iii;ia. Mr Sam Williams, of the Center-tow- n convention as one precinct. The vo ters in the Ola to 11 precinct will vote neighborhood, was iu our in precinct conventions he'd In Saturday. in which they voted at the Nov. Miss Carrie Leach is visiting her cousins, Misses Mary nnd Grade 1894 election. The following is the vote each Park, Daviess county. will have in the county convenRev. Hicks organized an Endeavor tion, , Society nt the C. P. Church Sunday Hartford . , 8 evening, last. Beaver Dam . . . , 5 Mrs. Tom Marks, No Creek, went Sulphur Springs 7 to Owensboro Saturday returning Cool Springs 3 Monday. McIIenry , . . . 5 Mr. B. L Hudson is in Morgan-towHorse Branch 5 Fordsville 10 Mr. A. Godshaw wen to Oweusboio Aetnaville 3 Saturday to visit his family. Centertown 6 g Mr. Lafe Bennett's little girl is 3 her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Small House Rockport B M. Bennett, at this place, 5 Mrs. Luther Ward, Colfax, 111 , is Rosine 7 visiting her pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. Cromwell , . 6 Lindsey Bennett, Mars. Beda 4 Select , 3 Shreve 3 You can Cur Magan , 6 Your Bob ol all ' . , . 1 Buford TroubloearLIng-- from Teeth- loK.DUordorodStoaucli or Dowol Bartlett , 3 TrouMto quickly, by giving i Heflln a r OWENS PINK MIXTURE. By order ol the County Executive OvwuUm4 fiM Inm til pln M Committee. E. D. Guffy, CU'ra'n. MoMd U m4 lot 19 JTMfl. W. A. Gibson, Sec'y. VIU tut lfUn fiM, ICtthGinulA. Sold b)TftllDftlus.i Hartford, Ky., June 8th 1895, Rep-ublica- ly deportment. The surrounding country is above an average for farming purposes and at present the writer can testify to good lookiug crops at present throughout the whole surrounding country. The country is also thickly settled around Dcanfield. Dcanfield can boast ofas good looking young ladies as any town in the State, ut least this is what the men say, of course allot the gomen won't agree that all are good looking, but that each one is, you see the differ- NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Ohio County: I Ky. tako this method of notifying you that Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry Tor your Taxes for tho Don't delay but year 1895 are due, keep yourself posted andlani COMPELLin state and county ED to make a settleaffairs by subscribing ment with the State for The Hartford Auditor in a very Republican and short time, and will Louisville Commer be compelled to colcial both papers one lect the money at year for only $1.25 in once. So you will call at advance. my office at once and Itrpubllfnu Convention, garding premiums, or wanting programs, the Secretary, Robert T. Smith, Sorgho, Ky., will cheerfully and freely furnish the same on application or you can call at Z Wayne Griffin & Bro.'s drugstore, Hartford, settle your Tax or you can find me or one of my deputies in the field. Yours Very Truly, C. P. Keown,S. O. C. Taking effect May aGtu the Loui- svllle, St. Louis & Texas Railroad will sell on every Sunday round trip tickets between all its stations ,on main line nt one fare for the round trip. Tickets nre good on date of sale, good returning same day. This gives everyone nn opportunity to visit one of the largest cities or spend a day with their friendsnlongtheline. Forfurth- cr information call on agent or address II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. llniritnlr on Niutitnjr, . Children for Pitcher's Castorla. com-muni- ,'A 'i pre-cin- ts Our subscription-lis- t in- pre-cln- ct is constantly . vis-itin- . .... ... creasing. You cannot afford to bo loft behind. Send in $1.25 and get Tho Republic an and Louisville Weekly Commercial one year. The County 'Convention hcttoforo called to meet nt Hartford Ky July 2, 1895 will select delegates to repre-se- Attontion KopublioanB. .... 1.., Ohio county in the Senatorial Convention for the 7th Dlst. of Ky. which hasbcen called for August 7U1 1895 at Greenville, Ky. H. D. Gui'itv Ch'rn'n. W. A. GinsoN, gecy. 25c and 50c. bottles. ;w rLOYD&co,, .. 1 n 1. I 1 Children Cry for Pltohor's Castorla The U. S. Oov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. r 1 . TUtttBu,. i . 4 ''"" - uatMSfchatt Hfl aJojT jm etowv ... -4- .. .. .. L. t JT . . - -FAIR BROS. & CCM- - Buy your neckwacr at Carsou & Co. Ask to see our set lawns. giMER BARGAINS, lr Kow ghecf the Carbon & Co. MIm Mubtc Hocker is visiting Fordsvllle. son & Co. in If you need clothing come to Car ammer 4 Wc still have a good line of oxford shoes. (vrson & Co. Scasoii is fur advanced wo have ddcided.td close out our entire lino of summer goods at cost. Notice our prices. Wash Dress goods: White teachers' examination nt Hattford July, 5th and 6th. anything neckwaer Suspenders, that you want at Carson & Co. Born to the wife of Mr. Bob Camp bell, Render, Ky., on the 26th, Inst, n fine n pound Republican boy. Dr. A. P. Stanley officiating. Marriage license: Wm. B. Sara B. Coomcs.Leo Baize to Ford, II. R. Pirtle to Effie John Horsenian to Mary D, Myers to Sarah A. Coghlll, Rock. J L2- lOo for Corcao crepes, very stylish lOo " Morlay cloth for waist tuiJVj i f H ' - It iOc lOo " yard " wlilo percals . figured ducka lOo ' Irish lawn ICo " colored mulls lOo i rt T pink, blue, red 12o " 30o lOo Marquiso conlolles finest quality, American eatino, ICo ' 4 wool challles, worth SfJoft, " Mrs. W. L. .Spalding will return "from Louisville next Wednesday accompanied by her Spalding, who will spend several weeks visiting in Hartford. mother-lu.law.Mr- "all " " wool cballics, worth OOpi, . nice quality hluck lawn doited swiss 7c lOo " pretty dress " fino zephyrs " County Clerk D, M. Hocker has been at work for the last few days maklug- - a thorough cleaning up of the Clerk's Office until now it looked like a different office altogether. 1' I ' ' ' 18c 30o " 5c ." r F..- - gingham "v ' ginghams .' v pretty Scotch ginghams worth 25T;;. best new prints JJK nicest wash silk, worth 50c ',' 'f Profs. Z. H. Shultz nnd C. M. Crowe leftyesterday for Frankfort and will nttend the State Teachers' Association at Lexington next week. Prof. U. C. Barnett will leave for Lexington , , k? w ,' L Note these prices, they aro lower than Cash any house will sell them to you. We buy and. sell just goes along ways. that way. We can afford to sell lower than others. At the examining trial before Judge John P. Morton last Saturday, Rich ard Ilines, charged with shooting and killing Clifton Barrett, wa3 held to answer at Circuit Court under $300 bond. He gave bond Wednesday and was released lrom custody. Shanks Brookins, who was arrested last week on a bench warrant, was tried before his honor Judge Jno, P. Morton last Friday and the jury after hearing the evidence and arguments assessed a fine against him of $200 with a proviso thatit was not to be paid but worked out on the streets at $.00 per day. Motion was overruled Messrs. C. M. Barfor a new trial. nett and R. R. Wedding represented and County At.the , defendant torney E. P. Neal assisted by Mr. B. D. Rlngo represented the Commonwealth. WORD In regard to our closing out sale in Milli nery. We carry nothing over,so come and get a big bargain. Hats sold for $2.50. $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 closed at $1.50 each. Goods in every line cheap for cash. elections had never been divided Into precincts or wards. 7th, Because the County of Ohio of which Hattford Is a part, voted the Prohibition Law Into effect In the entire couuty and same cannot be repealed by an independent vote. 6th, Because the order of the Ohio County Court, ordering said election directed the sheriff to open a poll In each of the voting precincts in said town when in fact said town only had one voting prccluct,and they say said order is, and was void for that reason, 9th, Because the order of the Ohio County Court, calling said election was directed to the sheriff of Ohio County when it should have been directed to the marshal or other Municipal authorities of said town and for that reason was void. 10th, Because said election was held In only a portion of East and West Hartford precincts and was not held for cither of said precincts as a whole. nth, Because at the regular August term 18 94 of the Ohio County Court the following persons were appointed by the Judge of the Ohio Connty Court, as officers of the elections fur the ensuing year, in West Hartford precinct, W. M. Hudson, S. T. Barnett, W. G. Hardwick, and A. M. Miller, and in East Hartford precinct C. B. Sullenger,Wra. Brown, L. P. Foreman, and J. W. Allen, all of whom accepted said appointment nnd were qualified and acted as such officers and were citizens and legal voters of said precinct on the 17th day of June 1895, and had never resigned or refused to act as officers of the elections and for that reason the Judge of the Ohio Connty Court had no authority to appoint other officers in their places. 12th, Because on the 30th day Jan. 1895 an election was held in East and West Hartford precincts in the town ofllartford, Ky., for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of i said town, who were qualified to vote for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not, spiritous, vinous and malt liquors should be sold In said town or whether or not the law In force, prohibiting the sale, barter or loan of, and traffic fu such liquors In said town should become inoperative - Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. &. VALUE& That Have Never been Equalled in Hartford! VALUES CREAM That Satisfy the Most Critical E xamination! BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. Free A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. BEAVER DAM. Rev. T. IX Mooro has been assisting Rev. I. H. Teel In a rovival at this placo for the poet week. Misses Nnnnio Poolo and May Willis, Rochester, aro spending this week in town attending tho meeting. Messrs. Hays and Hunt, Rochester, attended church hero Sunday. The Masonic picnioat this placo Monday was quito a success. Mr. J. W. Ralph, wife and son, Leitchfiold, wero the guests of Mr. J P. McKcnney nnd family Sunday' and Monday. Miss Attye Austin returned homo Saturday from a two weeks visit in Louiayille. Mrs. A. V. Thompson and sons, Robbie and Daniel, Louiavillo, are spending this week with Mrs. O. Htevens. Mr. I. P. Barnard, Louisville, was called to tho bedside of Mrs. Alico Barnard Sunday. Died, at her home Sunday morning at 0:15 o'clock, Mrs. Alice The remains wero taken (0 Buford and interred inMt. Carmtl Bar-bar- Arc tho great Drawing Card for our Juno Reduction Sale' Seasonable, Stylish Fabrics at prices that will astonish you. - Every day something New and desirable, and we make the prices so low that this month will go on record as the biggest month's business of tho year. NOTETHESE PRICS: 25o Henrietta Cloth, Silk finish, 3G in. wido at 18c 20o drees goods at , lfc '. 20c Crcpon, thirty inches wido at 18a 35c Dotted and striped Swiss, 27 inches wido at 221c SOo Marsaillcs, 20 inches wide at 20c d 20o white goods, 30 inches wide, nt 12 20o cream white good, 28 inches wide, at lOo 16o Striped white goods, 27 inches wido, at lOo 18o Safin striped whito goods, 27 inches wido, nt 12c 1 3c & ICo 20o Dimities at 10c Lawns at Ho 7o Lawns at 18o Camilla Organdio lawn at I2c 8c 12Jc Black lawn nt 15o Black lawn at I 10c 20c Black crepe dress goods at, ; 9c 12Jo Duck at 18o Duck at 12c '. 7jo 12o Grass cloth at 20c Fino dress linen at 12c 18o Drets gingham at r 15a Dress gingham at 12ic . lOo Dress gingham nt , 8c 80 Dress gingham at Co Gc Cheese cloth at 40 ' ' ' 5 Patterns woolen drees goods left, former price $1.20 per yaid, now .' offered at 85c fiOo Swivel silk, assorted colors , 35c . GOo Fancy silk, assorted colors at ,40c , 40c turkey red tablo linen at 30c ' 50c Checked red table linen at 35c GOc Bleached tablo linen, bordered, at.. 45c. 45c Unbleached fable linen at. 35c G5c Bleached table linen at. .'47o, '. 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. . 35c ; . . . . .25c. 40c Ladies vests at. 20'a. . , 35c Ladies vests at Half-wooleCross-barreCross-barre- , 7c l2c , w . d. - Cemetery. Quite a number of young folks attended the school entertainment at Union Schoolhouso last Tuefday night. is Common wealth of Kontucky Ohio County Court. To am. Is hereby ,Pr. 4 may Concern: Notice given that Isaac. Foster, William Foster, J.S. Vaught, J. S. Coleman, G. J. Bean, G. B. Williams, J. L. Carson, W. II. Maury.F.E.Nel-so- n and Jesse Potter, alt of whom are of citizens of Hartford, Ky., and legal voters in said town, and who were Gent neglcge shirts at Carson & such citizens and voters on the 17th Friday, Junk 28, 1895, Co. day of June, i8Q5,will and do hereby, Sec our Clothing. Carson&Co. We have a splendid lot ol dimities. contest the election held at the voting Carson & Co. precincts In Hattford, Ky., on the Come to Caisou & Co. for Furni' ture. The best barber in the country E. 17th day of June 1895, for the purpose of taking the sergs of legal voters In Ballste at Carson L. Bullington. New Lawns and said town, who we're qualified to vote & Co'a. New. belt buckles ,and belting at for couuty officers, upon b! proposi Mr. Henry Wild was in lulsville Carson & Co. tion ay hether or not spiritous, vinous this week. . Mr. A. I. Nail returned from and malt liquors shall be sold In said - Mr. C R. Martin was in Livermore Owensboro Tuesday. town, or whether or not the law then In force, prohibiting the sale, barter last Sunday. Miss Lula Carson, McIIenry.is or loan of, and traffic in such liquors family. II you want good clear Ice, come to in said town, should become inopera-Jive- . Carson & Co. For a good shave or shampoo,' call g on Bullington, the barber. Miss Georgia I'irtlc, Victory, is ., Said contest Is, and will be, made the Misses Carson. Mr. W. R. Bonner, Louisville, was dpon the following grounds, it IF AR BROS. & CO., gemple fashion.. Miss Emma Barnes' new residence Tho young folks just completed. of the town gave her a surprise sup. and that the jndge and clerk of the per in her own bousa Monday night. Ohio Connty Court were Injolned Great, preparations were made for from putting the certificate of election tho occasion. After the tables were to record, and the action has never ready she was taken in, been determined and is now pending Mr. Ben Roller, who has been enIn the Coutt of Appeals, and for that gaged in contracting carpenters work reason the judge of the Ohio County for the past eight months, leaves for Court had no authority to call the Thursday. election of June 17th, 1895, and that Vincenues, Ind., Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes, said election was and is void. 13th, Because James B. Foster and Viola Pirtle; Messrs. E. P. nnd Byron J. E. Davidson applied to the officers Barnes and Ben Roller spent Sunday that were holding the alleged election in Fords ville the guests ot Misses Ella on June 17th, 1895 In West Hartford and Abbie Ford. precinct, between the hours of 7 a. m. Jl crowd of young folks anticipate and 4 p. m. on June 17th, 1895 and spending the 4th at Rockport. demanded of said officers a ballot and 9(V T.nrlipo vpfltn nf.. . . ... 1K 'i 15c Ladies vests at 10c Ladies vests at 81.25 Warner's Heallh corset at $1.10 R. & G. Corset at Three spools of thread 10c 8fr .$1.00 : ,.1...95o , 5c Attye. 11 a right to vote in said election, all of which were refused them by said officers, that said Foster and Dadvidson were citizens and legal voters of the town of Hartford, Ky., on June 17th, 1S95, and had resided in the state ot Ky. , for more than one year and in the county of Ohio for more than 6 months and In West Hartford precinct and in said town for more than 60 days immediately preceding said election, and they were over 21 yeais of age and were not laboring under any disabilities and said officers had no right or authority in law to prevent them from voting in said election and if said officers had allowed them to cast.their votes, the result of said election would have been different and for that reason the alleged elec tion is illegal and void. Hbavrin & TAYI.OR, GLENN & WEDDING, vis-itln- Miss Jessie Nail D. Miller, near town, visited Mrs. W. last week. Miss Mattie Barrett is visiting Owensboro, will in town Saturday and Sunday. ' ftiends and relatives in Louisville. Mr. I, W. Lytle, Mlssjennie Butler, Pordsville, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. G. B. Williams. Miss Corinne cox is in ' Louisville and will spend fhe summer visiting . I? , , visitlriends and relatives in Harttord Miss Susye White. 1, next week. Mrs. Holmes Cummins, Memphis, Call on Field & Holbrook next week is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. and see their new ftock of buggies J. n. Pendleton.' harness. Misses Bessie and Edwina Rowe, Meal in the Owensboro, are visiting their grandThe finest Flour and market at the lowest cash prices at C. mother, Mrs. E. P. Walker. R. Martin's. Mr. J. S. Farmer, Deanfield, was ss baled hay, tried before Judge John P. Morton If you want call on Field & Holbrook. They have Monday and adjudged a lunatic. the very best. Judge Jas. F. Carson, night watchMiss Mabel Hubbard will leave man on the Government works at Uic Tuesday for Chicago where she will old locks, was in town Tuesday. spend the summer. We have a big lot of shoes that we Misses Lyda and He rta Morton will will sell regardless of cost. visit to Miss Bet-ti- e leave Monday for a Carsqh & Co. Crabtrce at Panther, Ky. How are peoplegolng to know, why H03. J.S.R. Weddding will address vicinity at they should trade with you il you the people of Rockport and Rrpubucan. tne barbecue, which will be given at don't tell it through Tub that place ou July 4th. Jake Lawson was arrested at Beaver Attorney J. L. Rogers and wife, Dam Monday, charged with selling1 Greenville, who have been visiting liquor and his trial was set for Frirelatives near Beaver Dam, returned day, first-cla- j 1st, Because la East Hartford cinct the following persons voted In said election of June 17th 1895, who were not legal voters in the town of Hartford, .Ky., and not entitled to vote in said election, viz: Will Jack-son- ', pre- Amos Taylor, Lee B. Mills and William Stone, none of whom were citizens of said town and had not resided in said precinct for 60 days prior to the day of said election. 2nd, Because in the West Hartford precinct the following persons voted in said election of June 17th 1895, who were not legal voters In said precinct at said time and were not entitled to vote in said election under the law of the state of Ky., viz: Crave Payton, Genus Morton, Dan Taylor, Dec Bacon, Riley Griffin, Ed Griffin, King, Louis Allen, Wat Eldson.-Joh- n Robert McGee', Jack Collins and Nelse Coleman, neither of whom were citizens of the town of Hartford, Ky. ,"on the day of said election, June 17th 1895. J. P. SANDBRFUR Attorneys for Contestants, Notice Bonn ol Veterans. All former members of Cicero Maxwell Camp Sons of Veterans, and any son of a Veteran, 18 years of age and over, who may wish to join the order, are requested to meet at the Court House In Hartford Saturday July 6th, at two o'clock p. in. C. M. Barnett, Capt. Jo B.RoGRS,Searg't. Heavy Wind Storm. Tuesday's Owensboro Messenger says: Quite a severe windstorm swept across the eastern part of the county yesterday afternoon, doing considerable damage In the vicinity of Pates, In that vicinity a number of large trees were blown down and twelve telegraph poles on the Texax rail-- , road were laid low, stopping communication that way for some time. Freight train No. 61 on the Texas was delayed for over an hour at Pates. Two trees were blown across the track and had to be cut away, Conductor Pulliani says that the trees two feet in diameter were broken, off by the wind. The storm was accompanied by quite a heavy fall of rain, and hail was reported at some points. The wind drove the rain Into sheets of water and crops were badly damaged, especially wheat, where It had not been cut. Several trees and large limbs were blown down in and around the city. Mnny farmers were busy all day in their wheat fields, mowing and shocking their grain, Mr. Montgomery, a farmer just across the river lu Indiana, has sixty acres of rich, Sunday two binders ripe wheat. were kept lu operation as late as possible. The rain yesterday came upon many at work. It was repotted that a horse and colt were killed by the lightning near Rome during the prevalence of the home Wednesday. Mr. Lcm II. McIIeuty has located at Louisville to practice law. He recently graduated lrom the Louisville Law School, and has a thorough knowledge of the law, which speaks volumes for one of his years. He has nn office in the Columbia Building. Tuesday ' Henry Gatton, of Point Pleasant, brought his little daughter, I,ols, to town and had a mad stone applied to n wound, which had been Inflicted by a dog supposed to have Mad dogs are had hydrophobia. plentiful in the county now, and there should be a general dog killing inaugurated in the town ot Hartford, Young Andrew Mercer happened a very painful accident at Render ou Jast Saturday. While walking on some elevated beams at the C, C, & I, Co's works, he was precipitated several feet to the ground breaking hoth bones of the fore arm. Dr. A.F, Stanley was immediately called and set the Injured member and nt last reports young' Mercer was doing f A to ls.i well. 3rd, Because said election was not held by My one authorized by the laws of this state to hold said election. In East Hartford voting precinct said alleged election was held by J. W. Ford, Isaac Foster, I. E. Cornelius and G. B. Williams, who were apThe Union School in charg? of pointed by the Judge of the Ohio Miss Siddie Davidson closed a very County Court at the May terrn 1895, successful session with a splendid en- ndne or whom had any authority or sanction of law to hold an election in tertainment Tuesday night, sard town at said date, Mrs. Alice Barnarddiedatber home, th, Because said election was not Beaver Dam last Sunday morning nnd held by any one, authorized by the was burled at Mt. Carmel Cemetery laws of this state to hold said elecMonday, She was a highly respected tion. lady and leaves many relatives and In West Hartford voting precinct friends to mourn her loss. election was held alleged said The following named ladies and by W, II. Mauzy, George Bunger, gentlemen attended the Democratic Steven May, and D. P, Tracy, who Convention in Louisville this week: were appointed by the judge of Ohio May the at Court Dr. J. E. Pendleton, Judge E. D. County Walker, accompanied by Miss Lizzie term 1895, none of whom had any Walker, Copt. S. K. Cox. Mr. T. J. authority or sanction of law to hold Smith and daughter, Miss "Willie, au election In said town on said date. 5th, Because said attempted or alMessrs, R. V. ITocker, J, S. GIenn.il. leged election should have been held P, Taylor, G.B. Likens, Rowv.n Holbrook, Shelby Taylor, J. B. Wilson, tinder the Municipal authorities of B. D. Rlngo, J. P, Sanderfur, J. B, said town and not under the direction Vickere, J, 15. Bcnu, J. B. Foster, J, and control bf the tounty officers or officeVa appointed by the County C. Riley accompanied by his daughter, Miss Bertha Riley and Mis Geor- Judge. 6th, Because without authority of gia Hudson, Dr; J. S. Coleman, J. P'. Stevens, F. L. Felix. J. M. Porter, J. law, the vote of said alleged election T. Smith, L. M. Render, M. J. Reld, was taken in two. different places In said town when said town for town Will Roue and James Brown. Gray Stephen D 100 Hohimer Ell T 50 Hoover Cyres by), m .,1 I C Hoover Guar. 11 We have decided to change the. King John A 62 dedication of our Baptist, church- at; King Missouri D 73 Magan, Circumstances will compel us to change from the .sth Sunday In takeJamesW May Wm June to the 1st Sunday in July. 50 Paris Wm M Respt. 115 Patton Robt L 47 James E, Colkmam 1 -- m' H. A. Babbitts J Smiley JarnB 1 - Jinn, On the evening of May 31, 1895, Hartford College conferred the degree of Ph. B. upon Prof, S. G. Gilbreath, President of Hlawassec College.Tenn., The College in honoring this gentleman, honored herself, Prol. Gilbreath stands among the finest educators in his State, He is a man of great menworth and will tal and moral lu the near future rank among the greatest men in his State. Dr. Alexander, President ofllartford College, is very much delighted on hearing of the honorable promotion of Prof. Read the following from the Southern School: Gov. Turneyhas appointed Prof. S. G. Gilbreath tosucceedHon. Frank M. Smith as State Superintendent of Puplic Instruction for Tennessee. The appointment was sent to theSen-ateju- ne 14, and was confirmed unanls mously. Prof. Gilbreath is quiet a young man. For the last two years he has been, president of the HIavvassee College, In Monroe county, of which county he is a native. Nine years ago he was graduated from Hlawiss see, and has always made teaching his profession. For five years he taught, in public and private schools, and then accepted a professorship with his alma mater, being made its president two years later. For four years he was County Superintendent of Public Instruction, and has Tor years been a successful and usefut institute worker. He is spoken of as a progressive educator and his friends predict that under his supervision the cause of education will be Materially advanced in Tennessee. He will assume the duties of his office ot once, nnd The Southern School pledges hlra its hearty and enthusiastic support, A Coming; 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, Eeath;", ers, Meat,Lard, Wool, Hides, Wheat, Corir and Hay in exchange for Goods, and pay highest market prices for same. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE THE J. B. FOSTER, Proprietor, Klierlir finle lor Tnxca lor B 1803-91- . DWORD MST l'OR 1893 I 2oo 200 500 200 125 200 88 & I MASONS Meet at Beaver Dam Monday and Celebrate. A J J Schulton&Co 80 Greer Elizabeth A 63 Hoover Eliza C 100 Leach Mary 60 62 yi King John A May Will 50 McKinley Sam F 44 Paris Wm M 100 400 SirlcsJT 70 300 $3 90 3 90 6 77 3 90 3 25 1 s 50 1. . 4 50 4 80 1 tendance and Some Good Speeches Made. A Large Crowd in At- 645 BUFORD MST l'OR 1894 BaitlettBenF 46 Ernspiger Rachel 50 Fitzgerald Mary M 50 Feemstersjohn II 52 Ford J N U 155 150 150 150 350 250 200 1 ... 1 1 1 52 Pleasant Day was Spent by all who wore "Present, . 248 2 4S 311 703 605 s'Sl 3 06 3 28 3 95 i5 130 200 -300 500 100 '. f 1 6 55 692 1 r 4 59 dltVg storm. Simmons W II 17 25 1 3 85 The Rockport, Indiana, Journal of Vance J t) 5 07 50 150 1 Friday says: Leach Mary 4 96 50 300 Mr, Wm. E. Jarvis, of Gibson coun6 2S Baltd T L 46 275 Tillie tfahn, of ty, Tenn., and Miss O. J. P. Stkvsks. Ex-Eureka, this county, formerly of Cromwell, Ky., were married in the A'ollrr. parlor of the Veranda Hotel, In this All persons knowing themselves city, Wednesday at 3:30 p. m., Rev. Indebted to the estate of R, Stevens, R. A Kemp, of the M. V, Church, deceased, will call on me nnd settle officiating. same. J. C. Chahukkun, The groom was attired in a suit of 45-Executor. the conventional black nnd the bride e ond point lace. Mr. In blue silk If you need a good 'mower call on is a wealthy farmer and bears the Field & Holbrook before you buy. appearance ot a pleasant gentleman, and the bride is one of Spencer Oil Co. The Kentucky county's most beautiful ladles, and will begin boring for oil about Au. has a circle of friends, who joined in wishing her and her husband a long gust .1st. They have about 10,000 and happy married life. They left on acres of land leased. We have not learned where the well will be bored. evening train for St. Louis, Mo. JnrvU-Knlm- . a Jar-vic- Last Monday was the day for the Masonic picnic at Beaver Dam, and a large number werein attendance. The day was beautiful and early In the morning people began to come in from every direction and by ten o'clock a goodly number were on hand. Hon. T. S. Fetltt, of Owensboro, delivered a fine speech dealing in the history of the Masonic Fraternity, and In his speech he said "Numerous are the instances in which a Mason has found himself in dire adversity among strangers, in a strange nnd unknown land, yet the mystic word of Masonry found him friends in the midst of enemies, aud brought him instant nnd substantial relief." Mr. J. F. Miller and a Mr. Gore made interesting speeches. A magnificent dinner was served. The dinner was put up in baskets and sold, a much better way than the way. The days' exercises were closed by an ice cieam supper and music at night. All who attended Bpent an enjoyable time nnd have nothing but words of praise for the good people ol Beaver Dam. Antl-CHn- The World's the showed no baking powder so pure or so great la leavening power as tho Royal. Fait Tests yrilyyigjy in'iliMliiiti'ifili' " Jtii'.ituJm.iMii fnfe-- - - ZJLt- -. T TS V tfsSaatl '""Mfcsr Mff '""H" T. wHU fli!-- Rartford Republican FlUDAY, JUN8 8, I89S. KATIE AND THE BEAR JAn Advonturo in Whloh Sho Provod Horsolf n Horolno. lo Broln Ws the About to Vfry lYaceful Manner, lint Sho Wouldn't Hat. It That Way. Is n l.ne year-ol- d stretches a forest up and across tho mountain, which rises five hundred feet or moro. It is no uncommon thing to sco bears or catamounts In theso woods. The knowledge that there were wild beasts about caused Katlo Rankin to carry a revolver, for her boarding placo Is fully half n mile distant from tho schoolhouse. Ono night snow fell In that locality to tho depth of twenty Inches. Next morning Miss Rankin started for her school, going qulto early so that sho could havo the room warm beforo tho pupils began to arrive. On opening the door sho was surprised to find ono of tho windows In It tho rear of tho room wldoopon. had apparently been open all night, for the snow had drifted In. Hurrying up tho aisle to make fast tho window, she was startled to sec a big black form lying on tho floor closo to the stove. She was about to flee ' when tho black form raised up, and sho was surprised still moro to find it not a man, but a big black bear. Sho sprang to tho door, but in her butry to get insldo when sho arrived a minute before, sho had failed to remove tho koy from tho outside, and it had sprung shut, and thus ,was tho now thoroughly alarmed girl mado a prisonor with a big black bear as a companion. ' Old Bruin sat up on his haunches and blinked at tho terrified girl. s xnlstross In Sho Is also n hero-inas an advonturo In which sho was tho lending character has provod. A pound bear was the other actor In tho affair, and Katlo's schoolhouso was tho scono of tho combat. school-hous- e Just back of the Katlo Rankin school township. pretty twenty Cum-tnln- ono-stor- y At last, having surveyed her to his entire satisfaction, bruin gavo a loud grunt, showed two rows of tcotb, then turned and shambled s toward tho window. With his on tho sill ho looked backward over his shoulder at Miss Rankin, .who stood trembling at the door, then ho raised his ponderous form and slid out into tho snow. It was then that Miss Rankin herself, and rammed her hand into her coat pocket for her revolver. With this as a helpmate and tho bear on tho outside of tho building all her bravery returned. Sho know that bruin could not well get back If sho barricaded tho windows, and she did want to shoot a real, truo bear so badly. On going to tho window sho was surprised to find that the bear had not yet gone moro than ten feet tho wood. Tho snow was deep and of such a feathery nature that it was next to Impossible for tho woolly-coate- d creaturo to move. She did not stop to think that bears are not usually shot with a revolver. She watched bruin flounder in tho snow, and knew that he could not get baok to her, even though tho first few shots did no moro than Injure him. Simultaneously with the report of tho firearm the bear jumped into tho air several feet, then went rolling into tho snowdrift. An instant later ho was again on his feet, this timo with his faco toward tho schoolhouso fore-pawrd window. Again Miss Rankin raised her pistol, this timo taking aim for the bear's oye. Tho bear fell again Into tho snowdrift. This timo ho was slow to rise, and beforo ho accomplished this another bullet went plowing Into his body and he lay down to die. Tho shooting at tho schoolhouso was heard by those at a farmhouse just across tho creek, and sevoral of tho men folk came hurrying through tho snow, ono of them carrying a gun. Tho man with tho gun made his way to where tho bear lay and found that the beast was not dead. II 0 raised his gun to flro tho finishing charge, but was stopped beforo ho could pull tho trigger by Miss Rankin, who exclaimed: "Here, I want Jo kill that bear." Tho man stepped back and Miss Rankin, from her position at tho window, sent another bullet Into tho woolly mass that lay 'partly hidden in tho snowdrift. Miss Rankin will havo a rug mado of tho bearskin. Pittsburgh Dispatch. Dutch Cure for Lazlntss. Tho Dutch aro not fond of lazy people, and thoy havo a vory good way of curing persons who can but won't work. If a pauper who is able to work rcfusos to do so thoy put him in a cistern, to which a pump is attached, and turn on n stream of water. This stream flows into tho cistern just Plowly enough to cnablo tho lazy person by lively pumping to keep the water from getting up over his head. Harper's Youug People A Nick llKUy 2. iiriA tVlinl next Olvm n Hoy. ' house share the not everyone in the A body to live in and keep clean and solicitude making thc.anxious gener-ora- l, healthy, and ruf a dwelling for his even Unity leaves herwotkin mind Mid n temple for his soul. the kitchen to make Irequcnt inquiA pair of hands to use for himself ries about baby, papa comes in sn usual, so anx- and others, but never against others hour oarlicr than his for himself. ious is he to loam how baby is. IJut A pair of feet to do errands of love, Is the anxthe most touching of all and kindness, aud nharity, and busiious face of the mother sitting at the ness, but not to loiter in places of sick couch, bending over the idol of mischief, of temtation, or sin. her soul to kiss the little cheek so A'palr of lips to keep pure and iin- bright with fever, while her heart as- polluted by tobacco or whisky, and to cends to the one who sent her darling speak true, kind, brave 'words, but in petition that the suflerer may soon not to make oshei1 glance be restored to hcalth.and trough. fell on the cloak and hood so lately A pair of ears to hear the music of wonder that the tears, fell worn, what birds, and tree, and rill, and human fastiit brings so vividly to mind what voice, but not to give heed to wha't may be. But need we dwell on those the tempter says or to what dishonors who have known what it is to have God or his mother. on empty cloak and hood that never A pair of eyes to see the beautiful, more will be filled by the loved form the good and the true God's fingerfor which they were made, will know prints in the flower, and field, and fell. D. M. why mama's tears snowflake, but not to feast on uncltan pictures or the blotches that Satan daubs and calls pleasure. A mind to remember, nnd reason, and decide, and store up wisdom, and IU euroaq oqs tttAi wjjojstQ oj 9tmp erj impart it to others, but not to be 1 "1AI vjioisio joj papa r 'tipo turned into a chip basket or rubbish 3 a 'jpie ua Xqvfl tt& tjienroo JJt heap for the chad, and the rubbish, sweeping of the world's stale wit. A soul pure and spotleis as a new-fall-eu llllnil I.emlern. snowflake, to receive impresWhen thepeopleclectcd 244 Repub- sions of good and develop facilities of lican Congressmen last fall, instead powers and virtues which shall shape of rax in the previous and only 11 1 it day by day, as oa which the school Democrats and Populists, against 229 is Oral Instrucion in Primiry Gein the previous Congress, practical ography. . business men began to prepare for a revival of industries and trade. It The Executive Committee of the does not deceive anybody, even the Cotton States and International Expodullest most gullible Democrats, for sition has ordered an annex of 35,000 journals to say that improvement has square feet to the Transportation come under the laws enacted by the Building in order to accommodate the last congress. It did not come until locomotives and trains. that Congress had been abolished by The Transportation Department the expiraion of its term of power. promises to be one of the best features of the exhibit. Mr. Wicks, Not even the certainty that a Republican Congress would make laws after and General Manager of the March 4, not even the certainty that Pullman Palace Car Company visited it would absolutely stop further mis- Atlanta last week, and perfected dechief and would apply such remedies tails for the exhibit of that company, as were found necessary, brought any which will consist of the finest train substantial improvement so long as of cars ever built. Several of the the power to make laws still re- great railroads wilt have similar exmained in the hands of a Democratic hibits, and the Richmond Locomotive Congress. Works will have a fine display preIf our Democratic friends enjoy be- pared especially for the occasion. fooling themselves with the notion AN 'UNLUCKY NUMBER. that voters do not see these facts, they are quite welcome. It is part of Thirteen at the Table and Food Enough for Twelve. their function in life to blind them"I ain't a superstitious man," said selves so that they may more surely Hiram Berry to a friend, as they lead a blind party into the ditch. worked together in tho field, "but When the people voted for Democraonce in a whilo it docs come on you cy iu 1892, they were plainly and kinder convincln' that signs come most earnestly warned that such a de- true. I'm reminded of one ter'ble cision would bring great disaster. It certain case up to our house." "You came on time, but bigger than anyaint seen nothin' spiritual, I hope," body expected, and the people took said tho other man, pausing In wido-eyeexpectancy. "Yes, wo cal'late note of the fact. They also saw that disaster came before the Democratic we hov hod a real case, not 'ractly party had time to make any change spiritual, no, but convlncin' " Feeling that his hearer's appctlto in the laws, and came because of the was sufficiently whetted, Hiram public certainty that the things that went on: party proposed to do would be ruin"Ono day last week Mary was goous, and although it finally accoming over to hor mother's to set a plished not a tenth part of the mis- spell with her, and she kinder purchief it threatened, it brought ruin posed to stand us off on the noon meal. enough to last for a generation. "Sho didn't git nothlo' for a r, In the same way the people were but juut warmed up some fish earnestly assured last fall that voting for the restoration of power to the an' potatoes, so's to git it easy. 'Long 'bout 'loven o'clock Aaron's Republican party would bring back folks como over, kind of onexpeoted, prosperity. They had sense enough an' 03 tbey kep' on to believe It, and the prosperity is didn't make any motion to go, coming on time. Nobody imagined she asked 'cm all to draw up and hov that all the mischeif done in two a bite. There's seven of us an' flvo years by the Democrats would be un- ot them, with tho children, an' wo done at once; still less that it could hed to dish out tho meal wlthconsid.-er'bl- e caution. Fact is, I hod to all be undone before a Republican an' subtract more than I'vo Congress could meet and begin its done sence I used to figgcr in school. work. But the certainty that power "Jest ns wo hed settled down had been translerred and that there In como Nehcmiub, lookln' would be no more mischief-makinas thin an' hungry an a b'ar In tho instead spring. Ho drew right up to tho or ignorant blundering but earnest work by competent statesman table. I say table, because thcro to set things right, wa3 enough of wa'nt nothin' else left. Mary felt It itself to light thousands of fires and to pretty keen. 'I tell you,' says she, It's unlucky to hcv thirteen to a open the doors of thousands of factoIf thero's only ries and mills, restoring wages also table especially enough food on it for twelve.' An to several hundred thousand workers. lookln' at it all ways, it's ono sign I The people take note ot the fact that hov a toler'blo good faith in. Tho the strong confidence of practical bus clrcumstanco was convincln.' " iness men in the Republican party Youth's Companion. and policy brings a large measure of Francis Parkman. improvement, even before it can alter the laws just as the welMeserved Francis Parkman, tho historian, and profound distiust of the Demo- was an ardent horticulturist. His cratic paity brought great disaster gardens near Jamaica pond wcro before it had time to do any mischiev- filled with the rarest of plants and exotics. Within this plot, which ous hus recently been mado apart ot tho These two lesson will be reniera Metropolitan park system. of Boston, bered for a long time by voters who his native- city, n memorial Is shortly are to bo erected, have common sense. There enough of these in the Democratic Envy the Chicken. party, as the voting last fall proved, to destroy that party in more than A chicken has a hard timo during halfthe Congressional districts It for- tho winter, but wo always envy a merly carried. If the Democratic chicken In the summer. A chicken leaders choose to go on befooling must havo an awful good timo wallowing around in tho dirt. themselves, ana giving blind guidAtchison Globe. ance to the blind, while Democratic voters are getting educated by events, Cry so much the worse lor the ltaders. N. Y. Tribune. asmoke-stackoforaswld rel-ishodl-vlcom-f'tabl- e, g law-maki-ng. Jt i -' iiTiT-iiie- i,T1Tlnri'..iW.riiB:iii mil. irrtj.siTa;rifiiil""3 Q.UAKER Cirr.BAKme POWDER KlSr2li.Ki k raaaaa4aaaa9MMacAflsdair8eAarMaaj 'i 4& -- .flEgl fleslhn. -- K , I na Urn. Served f ' I XblSui;'n'ur.".lS". "um' : . fwiiht,n;:v.: .'rjr' w'loniHlUiebt I "Mucosae win isMftupfii WmU) who use 0, 0. D. I .... R .. ?" ' !. .. 1 to It fteriKtaiuou How and When yon market Tour clilcltrria and firira anrl to Whom ana end them. We are larire ot noaltry nnd eirirs, nnd hare an esinbll.liM trade tand tli,tietrt clunio make monet tor all our hlpixri. We receive and ell Jlnlter, r.ggt. or anrtuleff Ton Veal, ltiitm, Pctta, Tallow, nanr, Seed, l'otatnee, Wool, Hay, C.raln hare to rtilp, laformatloii clieenullr tnrnliued. Qnotailom mailed regularly lo thoea who request It, and literal advance made on (he Uracil conftlcnmetiU by PROFIT IN POULTRY! u HERNDON-CARTE- rar TO Right "You can take that soap right back aud change it for Clalrettc Soap. Him I 013, 318, 317 4.310 MURnELL COURT. -- -. CO., LOUISVILLE, KV. e7' i- WtPHES DITWtCN VMS Chesapcait Ohio and Southwttttrn R. H. knows it Is without an equal. Sold everywhere. Made only by Clairette would not usa any other kind." Every woman who has used x sar m a The N. K. Falrbank Company, St. Louis. Tins isissi? iijvj$ LOUISVILLE DENTIST. Is prepurod to lu all ki 1 ('f c Dental work at reawnalile prices. Officoovor J. W. Ford & CVs Feed Store. An Ailtrrtlfcrmrtil lit tlic tiniirr vtnrtlillio nit I lie teller. U CINCINNATI AND MEMPHIS. ALSO rnoM ano AUD to EVANSVILLE, I)o not purcluuca Ticket NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until you have conanltal an Agent of tbe Q. O. cS - S. W. R. R. IiUfPKT SLKUritRS, JIOUHHII HQUITMltNT. I.IMlTliU TRAIN'S, 1'ULI.UA.N- For wtlta to M U N N A; CO.. wbo Iiatb bad nearlv Oftr rear experience lathe patent Lralnte, Oommnntm. tloruatrlctlr confidential A Ilanribitekof Information concernitur tenia And bow to ob tain thorn aent free. Aleoa catalogue of median lent and aotentlflo book aent trew. Tatenta taken tbroaan Maim & Co. receive rpedal notice In the rtrlentineAtnerlrnnt and thai are broasbt widely before the pabliewltb cmt coat to tbe Inventor, Tbla pMndid paper, turned weekly, eleiractl Illustrated, dm br fat t he larceet circulation ot anr scientific work In tbe world. 83 ayrar. trample coptoa acnt f ree. UaUdinf Kdltton. monthlr. fl&Q rear, BtotJe copies, J,5 cent, ktcit number contain beautiful platen, in colors, and photoarapbr- - of new homes, wttb plana, enabling builders to show tbe latent nValfrnt and secure contracts Address WUNN CO. New Youic, 3U1 HbqaowaT. P COPYRIGHTS.CAW I OBTAIN A PATKNT? prompt angwer and an faoncnt opinion, - JOHN KCHOLS, cts. uor. Uuivii, T. IJ. LYNCH, ccn. pass. Aar. Ky. 1HH Rl'M5tsented by A 1 ;A ln "W800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $l5a.MCTtl7moith JiTtn MrT to "7 OMwkojp. phei through us for th not! ncntonous dunsf . the month preceding patent for cmrcllMiu, Vfe ciir tho lha object of lhi cOtr it to encourage iartnton M and kecptrukof theubnent Wot. At Iht uma una vuh to imprest upon the public the fact that j bt ptal - Every family In Ohio county, should send to WilliamsSe Bell, Hartford, or to the drug store In your own town aud et a bottle ol Fibri line"TastIess Quinine. It will cost only 25 cts and is the best thing on earth for children or any one else who can't take bitter Quinine. IV 1 author. Try to think of aooethioj to Ureal. IT 'S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, which an U eauTy itiJ op " such u th and dowa without breaUsg tht fxtusn.rtr'ft back, uuce-pan,- " ,' "nutJock' ,,bottW and a trKnitand other Kttit thinrs thn.mott Hopper, any oat un find a way of looprortnr aodthcM tunpta invccboiu art tha ones thai UinbrtetC rttum to the CARS02T A & CO i y tint Un no titiM r!iflnn ut unco-j- .i jour S7S7. 3D. HAirrronn, Kkstucky, 3L.TJOE3, Mnki aal Mk IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patents Uien out through Ul recede special notice t. the Nstional Kecordci' published at Washington, V. C .which it the nest newtpsper published in Araenca in the Interests ot inTcntort. We furnish a year's subscription to this Journal, free of Cftt, to all our cheats. We alto adremte.freeof coit.the Intention each monih which, wins our $iy pruc. and hnndredtof thousands of copies of the "Nations! Recorder," containing a sketch of tlitwinner, and a description of hu invention, will be scattered throughout the United States among capitalists and manufacturer!, thus brugug to then attention the merits of the intention. An commumcatious regarded stnclrr coafidffluil. Address p 1. 1. 1eii! mum AND JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., Solicitors of American end Foreign Patents', 618 P Street, N.W., TE. REPUBLICAN Washington. D. C. Will draw drafts from a nice, neat Box .,8s ra- - KdirtMtititriMtfJrr. Wriurn cozy cottage up to a fine two story S&ftH"tk!,t FREE. aw bouse. Will draw plans ireo of Don't Ntop Tobnrco. charcc. Will make careful estimates on all kinds oi buildings, aud remod Uow to Curb Yoursklf Wiiilu Motto "Livo and Using It. The tobacco habit grows al old bouse. on a man until his nervous system is let live." seriously eUccted, imparing health, comfort and happiness. To quit sud11 you suffer from Heartburn, Sick denly is to severe a shock to the sysHeadache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, call at becomes a stimulant that his system Dyspepsia or Constipation, Williams & Bell Drug Store free sam- continually craves. it scientific cure for the tobacco habit ple bottle o! Poraroys Liver-Cnrever fails to cure. in all its forms, carefully compound ed after the formula of an eminent MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY. Berlin Physician who has used it in his private practice since 1872, without a failure, purely vegetable nnd Vou guaranteed petlectly harmless. cah use all the tobacco you want, while talcing it will notify you when tostop. Weglvea writWHITE'S CREAM ten guarantee to permanently cure any case with three boxes, or refund the money with 10 per cent, interest FOR 20 YEARS is not a substitute, but a Una loci all WORM Romodlos. scicntifiic cure, that cures without the I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. aid of will power aud with no inconsou by Ai.r, miuaoisTS. venience. It leaves the system as MCiuaDsox aKDicna to., it. locii. pure and free from nicotine as the day you took your first chew or Sold by all druggists, with smoke. our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per box, three boxes, (thirty days treatLargb VAmr.Ty, I.ATrsT Styles, ment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon reFactory TRicns. SEND SIX ceipt of price. At STAMPS FOR SAPLE BOX, Bestqual., without gold 6c to 8c per R'll 8c to 10c per Roll BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. . . Gold Paper Pinest embossed Faperisc to 3operR'll Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing E R. BASSETT, Company, Manufacturing Chemists, E.0.V.6ru a Crosse, Wisconsin. 642 Fourth Ave Louisvile.Ky 6 cts in stamps for samples. tSTSend Baco-Curoie ONE YEAR HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Write your niuennd address on a postal card, send it to Geo. V. Best, Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, nnd sample copy of THR NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY aud don't be imposed upon by buying a remedy that requires you to do so; as it is nothing more than a substitute. In thesud den stoppage of tobacco you must have some .stimulant, and in most all carts, the eflect rpf the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or P. Mifsass" airifAlasH lArsil.n fitar aas AA. U1JUUV0, Ulll IWHOHIBI IIU1DG JlHUll CUQ1 Asn, j our druggist about BACO-CURIt is purely vegetable. You do not have to stop using tobac-- o TiU BACO-CUR- I Baco-Cur- Baco-Cur- o DON'T STOP d Wall Paper. m TOBACCO STAPS I'OR SAMPLE BOX. Office oi TWO-CEN- T Your sys notily you when to stop and your desire ior tobacco will cease. tem will be as free from nicotine as the day before you took your first chew written guaratee to absolutely cure the tobacco or smoke. An iron-claPrice $1.00 per box or 3 boxes habit In all its forms, or money rclunded. (30 days treatment and guaranteed cure,) for $2.50. I'or sale by all druggist SEND CENT or will be sent by mall upon receipt of price. SIX-TWO It will 28-j6- t. Booklets and proofs free. Eureka Chemical & M'l'g Co., La Cross, Wis. for Children Castoria. Pitcher's A great hush falls on the ear like a knell and an untold sadness settles like pall over the heart, for baby is sick, It is not strange that a wee little thing should have the power to change everything, making the sunshine that but yesterday played so merrily and bright in and out of the window, seems such a cruel mockery y and change thejoyous tones of the elder children into funeral notes. Hut such Is the spell that baby has woven, knitting himselfinto the very meshes of our hearts in such a manner that we ncarcely knew how 'dear lie was until the little form lis prostrate. What care we about the order of the work basket when the little hands that made sucii havoc therein scattering the buttons over the floor, pulling out the needles, unwinding reels and doing ot'aer innumerable things are lying Idle with fever coursAud does ing tbrought each finger. -- tu Hie Home. Of lulcrcat lo I.iwllcx. We offer no apology in placing before you "Tho Ladies Safe Protector," it is absolutely reliable, easily adjusted, docs not become misplaced and insures protection. Can bo worn .when desired without observation or knowledge of nnother aud prevents (lis.igrteablu annoyances under cer If you uso it onco tain conditions. you will never bo without it. It is iaithful.safo and reliable iriend whenever needed by special circumstances icquiring Us use. It is an article every womau bould keep ready ior im media'o use. It is eiinplo to uso, and Inspires confidence to tho woman us ing it, It is reliablo and scientifically made, insures protection without iu jury to health, and nny good pbysi-ciwould say. We aro ol tho opinion tliat no article- has ever been made which will givo as much satisfaction to the womontotoday as "Tho Ladies' Safe l'rotcctir." Tho immense tales of this articlo is a substantial Do not indorsement of our claim. thcreforo experiment with any of tbe numerous unreliable articles, as it is both dangerous to health nod expenSuch experimenting sive to do so. can only result iu lues of time, jml dismal fail arc. Ladles should remember this beforo ordering other goods and uot waste their time The and money on inferior articles. "''The hebt Is always tho cheapest. Ladlos' Safe Protector" is sold under apositlvo guarantee for uso for one ono year, with full directions and is sent sealed in plain wrapper upon re. ceipt of express money order for $2.00 three for 85.00. Do not wait but orAddress, Tirn La der at once. Citoaai: Specialty Co., La Crosse, 48 1 yr. Wis. al disap-pointm- jusnosjoiLM & .u aruMi Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Pomroya Vermifuge" the great rem. edy for children and guaranteed every bottle, remember it always eaves the children" and cost only a sets per bottle. TUB PIONEER PRES3 COPMANY. C. W. Hornick, Supt St. Paul, Minn., Sept 7, 1894. Eureka Chemical and MTg Co., La Cross, Wis. Dear sirs. X have been a tobacco fiend for many years, nnd during the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me I Ilnynu Waul to Mop Tnbnrco. I tried the so-- . must give up tbe use of tobacco for the time being, at least. You can be cured while using it: various other remedles.but without The habit of using tobacco grows on called "Kecley Cure," "Baco-Curo.- " accidentally learned of your Three weeks ago a man until grave diseased conditions success, until I ay and I consider myself I commenced using your preparation, nre produced, Tobacco causes cancer completely cured; I am in perfect health, nnd the horrible craving for tobao of the mouth aud stomach, dyspepfully appreciates, has complelely left me. sia .loss of memory, nervous affections, co, which ever inveterate smoker "Baco-Cur- o" simply wonderful, and can fully recommend it. congestion of the retina, and wasting I consider your Yours very truly, C W. HonNiCK. of the optic nerve, resulting in impairment of vision, even to the extent KAST BOUND dialy daily ol blindness; dizziness, or vertigo; to No. 52. No. 54-bacco asthma, nightly suflocatlon, I.O WSVIXI.E, NT. I.OTJlfl A TKX. II, It Lv, Henderson . , 7 20 a m 2 55 p m daily daily. WESTBOUND dull pain in region oi the heart, folNo. 53. No. 51. Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p tu lowed later by sharp pains, palpitaSpottsvllle . . , 7 42 a m 3 16 p m tion and weakened pulse, resulting in Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p 111 7 30 a m 8 so a'm 3 23 p tu 6 45 p m 7 45 a iu Reads Ky. Street fatal heatt disease. It also cures loss Worthlngton , . 7 58 a 111 3 30 p m West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 35 a m of vitality. . 7 30 p m 8 38 a m Stanley . . . . 8 ofi a m 3 37 p m Howard quit imroRK it is too lath. Griffith . , Willowdale . . , 7 39 p in 8 37 a m 809 a m 3 41 p in. To quit suddenly is too severe a Mattingly . . . 8 17 a m 3 47 p in Rock Haveu . . 7 47 P m 8i45,n m shock to the systerm, as tobacco to Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 j in Long Branch . . 7 SS P w:8'S3 a m an inveterate users becomes a stimu8 40 a m 4 08 p m Pates . , Brandenburg . . 8 04 p in Mt a m lant that his system continually 8 13 P n (ft 1 a m Powers . . . . 8 55 a in 4 20 p in Ekron craves. "Baco euro" is a scientific Waitman and reliable vegetable remedy, guar uusion , . . , 82.1 p in 9 jy am 305 a m 4 29 p m Lewisport Irylngtott . , . 8"3o p in 9 30 a in nuteed to be harmless, and which 9 13 a 111 4 36 p m , . 9 19 a in 4 42 p tu Webster . . . .''JiHg'p ru 9 39 u 111 Cayce has been in use for the list aj years, Falcon . . . . 9 23 a in 4 45 p m Lodlburg . .t. Inj5piu9 47ai in having cured, thousands of habitual 8 55 p m 9 56 a m - Petiie Pierce tobacco users smokers, chewers and 9 29 a m 4 si p iu snufl dippers. sample. . . . 900pm 10 00 am Hawcavllle . . . 9 37 a m 4 59 P tn Skillman . . . . 9 48 a ni 5 09 p in Stepbensport . 9 09 p m 10 09 a m You can use all the tobacco you Shops . . . 9 14 p ni 10 14 a m Addison 10 00 a m 521 p in want while taking "Baco euro," It Cloverport Holt Wc to 05 a 111 524 p tn will notily you when to stop 9 17 p m 10 20 a m Holt Cloverport . . 9 8 p tu 10 33 a m to 20 a in 5 36 p tn give a written guarantee to penna-mentShops . . , . 9 31 p in 10 37 a m Addison . . , , io 23 a m 540 p tu cure any case with three boxStepbensport . . 10 28 a m 5 45 P m Sklllman . . , 9 43 p m 10 50 a m es, or refund the money with 10 per Sample . . . to 37 a m 5 52 p in Hawesvitle . . 9 54 p in 11 02 a nj cent, interest. 111 I'ctrje . . . . 10 02 p m 11 09 a Pierce. . . . 1041 a m 5 57 p tn "Baco euro" is not a substitute.but , p m 11 15 a m Lodlburg . . . 10 49 a in 6 06. p nt Falcon . 10 07 a reliable and scientific cure which Cayce . , . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a in Webtter . . . , 10 57 a m rj 14 p"m absolutely destroys tbe craving for Lewisport . . 10 18 p m 11 25 a m Irvington - . . n 03 a 111 6 32 p m tobacco without the aid of will power . . n 14 a tu 6 40 p ut Guston Waitman , . 10 25 p iu it 33 a m It leaves and with no incouvenlence. Powers . . . 1035 pm 11 43 am Ekron . . . . 11 32 a m 6 4Q p m the system as pure and ftee from nicBrandenburg . it 31 a m 5 58 p nt Pates , . . . 10 48 p in 11 56 a ra otine, as the day when you took your Long Branch . 1 1 39 a in 7 07 p tu Owensboro . , 10 59 p m 12 06 p 111 first chew cr smoke. , Rock Haven . 11 47 a iu7 14 p m Mattlngly . . it 09pm 1218pm Sold by all druggists, atfi per box, Willowdale . . 11 53 a m 7 21 p in Griffith . . . it 14 p m 1 33 P m three boxes, (thirty days treatment Howard . , . 12 02 p m 7 30 p m Stanley . , , 11 8 p.m 12 27 piu and guaranteed cute,) (2.50, or sent West Point . . 12 05 p 111 7 35 p tu Send 6 Wotthington . it 25 p m 12 35 p in direct upon receipt of price. Ky. Street . 12 45 PJU 8 15 pro Reads . . , . it 33 p m 12 42 p m two cent stamps for sample box,Eure-k- a Spottsvllle . . It 45'P o 1253 p.m Ar, U. Louisville 1 00 p m 8 30 p m Chemical & Manufacturing ComTtnnVMre . 0 D 111 H, C, MOUDUK, G. P A., pany, Manufacturing Chemist, La Louisville, Ky. Ar, Henderson Wisconsin, ijtioata t 1$ p tu 46 W I WiKT oreir man and tromaa In tha TTnltad lutes interested Id, the Opium and Whisky kablta to bate one ot my books on these dlt ascs. Address II. (. Woolley, Atlanta, Us. Uox 131, and one will be seat jou free. to-dy NOTICE. ... ... ,. ... .... ...... ... ly ., .. ..HiiDIlll ' MrBiBT.iie'w" .11 I ,,, til. exyufatt 8i vifr.waaefis-gj- ..ft'. rrTrflr 'i.eeyyTi - i.aw.1 auisssstims m ettswai naval