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I'vfirvv-J Kkpuducan Tie Habteokd Republican OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, UJLYE YOU PAID m dollar and twenty-fiv- o Tho HepuUlloan. Pay up and onoyenrin Advance and wo will sand you The Loulsvlllo Wookly CommorolHl one ysar froo. Subscribe atonoo. Will show how vou THIS TAG atand wtth HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1895. OWENS TOR NO. 49. PItOFBBSlONAL 3" In fPoor : PINK MIXTURB TCITHINQ OHILDIIIN. PCRrtOTLY HARMLK8S. used for 10 years by llioustndt of motntrs. HWKittlilurt never fill, to relieve chiiaria ol an AILSOLID The Republican Par-- .. I Teething 1 Troubles ty in Kentucky a Unit. harmonious, and prepared to make the race ol our lives, a can't say any. thing about the Democratic candl dates for State officers, because I am not giving away nnvjpoluters before Highest of all in Leavening Powcr. - Latcst U.S. Gov't Report CAllD. their SlalcConvtntifn." Nlnp my l'Hier. Every man has a tight to take a paper or stop it, for any reason or for no reason at all, 'Jt's a tree country in that respect. But at the same time there is a certain responsibility attaching to all actions, even to so trivial a one as stopping a paper because the editor saysi something one does not agree with.l There is complaint that newspaper editors lack fearlessness and honesty; that newspapers are too generally mere partisan organs that disregard the claims of truth and justice when political interests are at stake. There is too much truth in the charge; but let us ask how it is pobsiDTc for a fearless, honest, outspoken journal to live, for every man to cry, "Stop my paper" when he reads something that dors not accord with his views. The men who Insist that the paper they read shall Diver say anything contrary to their views are the ones who are in a large measure responsible for the craven cowardliness and the weather, cock propensities of modern journals ism. One or two things is absolutely necessary. - Either a paper must be a namby-pamsheet that has no opinion whatever about important events, or else its readers must make up their minds that a difference of opinion is not a sufficient reason for stopping the paper. If all the readers insist upon it that everything said must accord with their views, then the editor must say nothing except on the one subject on which they all agree, and the public must be left for light on current events to bitter partisan papers. Iu n community composed entirely of these "stop ray paper" people, true independent journalism would bean impossibility. When convinced that n paper is dishonest and deceitful, stop it. When convinced that it is unclean, stop it. When it likes enterprise and fails to give you the news, stop it. When 6ome other paper gives you more of value, stop it. But don't stop a paper that you believe to be honest, courageous, enterprising and clean, simply because its editor has written his own sincere views instead of yours or somebody's else; for if you do, you are putting a premium on insincere journalism aud serving notice on an editor that the way to succeed is to write what he thinks will best please his readers, instead of what he honestly believes to be the truth." -by H L GIVE IT UP. means so much more than you imagine serious and J" fatal diseases result from r rnllinrr mlmnnte nrrvlAfr1 Health T"")nfvr mg&aa .merit Plak Mlllut. fe.iui. II If known to contain no opium or other poisonous drur. wnit tor circulars ir.e. bold y ill Holers, IS Dnrtnr. 3Bo, hd BOO. Bortuii Oomibaro, Ki. F.W.FLOTD 4 CO., Every One now has His Shoulder to tho Wheel, Pushing to Win. Tho Prosldont of tho Stato Loaguo Prodiot8 a Comploto Vic- A&SOE&J'fTEBtf Ifw V v&s&K i?&mE OWENSnORO, KY Will practice hit pmlecrion Id Duvieea and adjoining cuunllcn. Bi'etiai attention given to collodions. Office, Hank of Commerce Huilding. Jnn.H. tilenn, LAWYER, J. H. It. "W XHTX.Ef t editing, r nlnsr tirifli Wnfur'e art feeling 4 J, greatest gift health. Brawn's cut ol sorts weak hatiittd, nervoui, hav no appetite and can't work! begin at If you J Don't' delay but keep yourself posted in stato and county affairs by subscribing tory. Wood G. Dunlap, President of the League, in Kentucky Republican in interview in regard to the prospects of discord in the patty, said: 'No soreness was lelt alter the Iu fact, Convention. Louisville none manifested itself during the entire season. "Our Democratic Iriends laugh at us when we say we wilt carry Kentucky, but if they will stop to think a n.omentthe claim seems to be well In the election ol 1894. we bastd. elccteU Judge GulTy to the Supreme bench: we elected Hon. St John Boyle to the Supreme bench, but a Democratic Returning Board counted him out over the declaration of the Gov ernor and Auditor that he was clearly elected and entitled to the seat. Not- withstanding the outrageous gerrymandering, ve elected five Congressin the r man Hon.. W, G. Third District, Hon. John W. Lewis in the Fourth, Hon. Walter Evans in the Filth, Hon. Sam J. Pugh in the Ninth and Hon. D. G. Golson In the Eleventh. We also elected Hon. George Denny in the Seventh, and Rev. N. T. Hopkins in the Tcnth.but by methods well known to the initiated the ballots failed to be counted as cast, aud the result is two contests In before the Fiitylourth Congress. my opinion both of these gentlemen Hu-ite- ontetak. for . The Hartford and Commer- Iron : Bitters It Get ante the nii!ti-- lt t,arrn1 tvA 9 ' Ihiee ew lit wrp(er All otbeis are itib- ltulea On tKii tof twosc it.mp. wo 'Kill eernl eel of len Deautllul World'. ( ( Fair Vkvi m J Uk-(- re Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Troubles, Cons! Ipatlon, Ik J Mood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Louisville papers one Wf V and li'a J cial both .. ii(UI year, ior ojily $1.25 in Cures advance. Kidney and Liver & Mtdidnt which l jirown iron on icia t irw uui lUa cure bene At .. strengthening Republican alaA JM lPW'f M, tTlW OV - front or which is back If he cometh or he gocth there Is quiet an equal Tho Now York Sua "Ao- "slack." But your Susie! Oh, 'tis galling scalding tears will downward knowledges tho Corn" glance when you hear the utchltis About Domocratio calling; "Say where did you get them Incapacity. giants?" You will see her youthful glowing, but by no dead ccttaln rule It MrtHe n rinlti Ntnloment ol Iho can you tell if she is going or is comor tliel'onii. 1're.ent C'oisilllloti try isrl (lie I'minei.. ing home from school. There'll be trouble you'll allow, sirs, there'll be The New York Sun, the ablest anguish for the pa's when their daughDemocratic paper in thecountry, realters all wear trousers that are just izing that excuses are very slim (or a Irom ma's. So I'm weeping great many Democratic "rnesse3," as I'm writing, and my great tenrs gives it up as follows: fall like pearls; scarce I know wjiat "When the Republicans say that I'm inditing, foe I'm sorry for the the vicious and vacillation course of girls. Exchange. - LAWYERS, IIAUTFORD, KY. (Office, oter Andereon'. Basanr.) GLENII & WEDDING, Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. r tvrN Cmcu O Mr f "t f Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell "Fontroy8 Vermlluge" the great remedy forchildrenand guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only ascls per bottle. M 0 BT I N Q UANTITY. B ECT I H the present administration has inaus gu rated a policy looking toward free trade, which has deranged business, crippled our industries, distressed our homes, aud dealt labor a serious blow, what can Democrats reply? "When Republicans say that the present administration, with dep1om ble incompetency, has failed to raise revenue enough to run thegoverment and had to borrow, In less than two years, $162,000,000 mainly to pay ordinary expenses, what can Demo-crat- s reply? When the Republicans say that in borrowing the money which the tariff has failed to yield, to meet the ordinary running expenses of the ; , , 0 U ALITV. 2BU0KFnVElllJUl gCURES NOTHING BUT PILES.g CERTAIN CURE 7 m Known for 10 yonra no tho b BEST nEMEDY for PILES. ft SOX.lt IIY ALT KKVUalSTS. WORMS! WHITE'S SWISS WATCH SCHOOLS. The Instruction Pursued In These M. L. Hkavrin. SHiitnv Tayior. Unlquo Institutions. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, The famous Swiss watch schools nrc Biiltl to bo tlu most exacting inat-Ladustrial iustltuUona in tho world. Their methods, which nro doubtless HARTFORD, KY. tho fiecrot of Ihrir success, will bo Will practice thier profession in all found very curious and interesting. the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining In onoof the most celebrated of theso counties, and in the Court ut ApInstitutions In Geneva, for example, peals. Special attention given to n boy must first of nil bo at least collections. Office, next door to In order to enfourteen years of Bank ot Hartford. ter. After belli;; admitted, tho square. JtAItTrOItlF, KY. Wih practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention pivcn collections. Office cast side ol puKii PIIY jjT AW t Attorneys ue VERMIFUGE g YEARS FOR 9 EVERY 13 GBEU.V'S 4 student Is g first Introduced to a lathe, and put to work at wood-turnin- Perry Vesterileid, Hn lod nil WORM Homodlos. RtCllllDBOS 20 7 Si A SURK and GUARANTEED.? BOTTLE H HOX.H II V AI.I. H11BOOI8TB. r,.fr,4 ktHCIXK fcy CO., T. tOCIS. (ttyHe 0 ant Southsettcrn ?. ?. II you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call nt Williams &Hell Drug Store free samit ple bottle ol Poraroys Livcr-Cur- e ever fails to cure. will be seated. BCTWtEN "The total vote cast gave the Republicans a majority of 2,000 in the State. This did not include our votes in the First District that is SO LAROKt.Y DBMOCRATIC LOUISVILLE ANO - MEMPHIS. ALSO rnoM CINCINNATI AND TO that no Republican candidate was nominated, nor does it include the votes for Colonel Silas Adams in the Eleventh District, where there was fight, two Republica 4,-0'three-cornere- d goverment the presentadministratlun has sold in secret to lavorcd f ireign syndicates the bonds ol the goverment at prices far below their actual value, what can Democrats reply? "When the Republicans say that the present administration, with unpatriotic indifference, has suffered British troops to land in Nicarauga, in disregard to the Monroe doctrine, what can Democrats reply? "When Repuclicans say that the present administration has lowered the flag in Hawaii, in an attempt- to overthrow a tepublic and restore a monarchy, what can Democrats reply? The Dene on Wnntrcl Protection. There lived once in the little city of Williamsport, Pa., an old Judge of the name of Williams. This old Judge was noted for two thingsT For getting mellow occasionally, and for being plucky and courageous under all circuuiBtauces a gamely old man. of the old Judge It was that whenever he got mellow he grew religious. One correspondingly night he wandered into a protracted revival meeting and seated himself upon the front seat, full of spiritual influence ol some kind. The clergyman, engaged in his preaching, rose to a fervid pitch of eloquence, and In in the midst of it exclaimed: "Show me the drunkard! Show me the drunkard! 01 all men on earth the most unfortunate; show him to me." To the consternation of all present the old Judge arose, and unsteadily maintaining h!mself,exc!alnicd: Well, sir, here I am," The clergyman, having realized upon his investment much sooner than he anticipated, didn't know what to do with it. They finally pulled the old Judge dowu,and the incident had passed out ol memory almost, when the clergyman again struck an impassioned period, and exclaimed in the honestr and fervor of his heart: "Show me the hypocrite! Show me the hyprcrlte! Of all men on God's green earth the most despicable. Show me the hypocrite!" The old Judge rose the the second time, and reaching his cane over a certain shaky old deacon exclaimed: "Deacon, Why in the devil don't you get up when you are Economist, called on?" An Indnatrlou. Clerk. He was president of the new labor union, and he came into the Store hunting up statistics. "How many hours per day do your clerks work?" he asked the proprietor. "I have but one clerk and he works seventeen hours a day, seven days In the week," answered the proprietor, "Great Ctcsarl I'd like to see the clerk that would stand that'." "Here he is," said the proprietor, as he picked up a paper and showed him a neat and attractive ad. Printer side-stre- AND EVANSVILLL Ticket lo not portJuse NORTH. UHlll you CAST. SOUTH OR WEST lumcotuult4 an Agent of Ike O. O. c6 S. IV. R. R. HOimiCI ItQUIl'MIINT. r.lllITHl) TRAIN. ruixviAN nufpirr sufuntRS, joim ncnots, GIN. Mom.' t. a. lynch, QtN. CA39. AQT. Ky. i Why mil ilo lilikfrliilloti. t one pny your The Lexington Business College.; (INCORPORATED THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. ttnmteftm with the Stat A & M College ) iiniimuiinraiiu pwi viiuv. lid tliu Nrcretnirr ana 1 MMiMr at til Hi urliy Trust aiitl bafity tra.itl V ulaiilnir lis lllnlniiiiii. p;KCbnJtKNilU IIY luannyofiuccwiful tudanta, t.OKCuUrli AKffrff ate Itmtdrvda vt r ontium tmHi;Mila of tlullura nr.l(ljHl.M'r,V. of hrorra whothe leading pro men art In (rlendt Ivaatoimi and Uyateni of neluul, iirurtlrnt mi I irtlron every dart-rneuIxiititOMA litatriirllou uxfd In any othfr Ian.t, aminiibwnuftr4by mkti l.ATtWT 1N1I IIIUHIr AUAllllK. 'All UAntt HremlumHatOoldand llronie MedaUntta OfplaniM. etc ," the Inlerniitloniil Mid. awanled the ajmnm xtt Winter KsMMlUon, lu tbli tollrae. Ilend lliMtliiHriiiur utxl fiflKMlticM lirpnrliuent. la year practical ritorieaiw.it)ookkt'ept rond t xi ert acrouutnnt, mv rrnir hi JlJnliot UlUelal i:ndfirM"iurnl wl V;-- i our Hln rtlmnd department taiiei-courtportr, from the authora of tbla ayatem. TIXHOi:AlMIY. Nunrrlnlrndeiit aoluur a(riu TrlrArrtiiili llnllHitr midpraeilcal expfrlenret liaa rerurtl from Mini f II VMra' OMrftiur Ui Chluf 1 rain ilapaU her. w 111 The :ndoraej by utrgtM iruntc Inealn America Oprior i'ttiin UlspatLhera, Kuprtntendenta, M&dl lea nil way and lelejrrephconipanlea. Tlio Oiilj it tol In ! Uorld owuliig ana mr uiipitiu juuiway tfttl nfit ilKhitc tta iiaduatea nyaiein directiui to to go iirpH) ilOOl fMMltlni t fit ii aninni invraiur k I1VAU I.NSTIIt'CTION in all N ClMaaXlurU. 4prtniMnM uunte 1'niTiAttaliln. Ilustnei ntiiai wiin anylummircUl lAYt, Commercial Oft(fpondei0t, UiibIIIiiit BHil Itli itiB lllfflteatt 10 the headol ' T.irjIlN I1XPOM1UUN IntothUAnurleanHya-ifiUulleg. and of ftfeortband," tautiht Kndoraeruent In the World IMniOSS. --for H Wrltfl iM rf, MTiTlkV. will ikiil for InatrucUoTii, 'ur CJuarituteo I'lnn,' t b73.000.oo aurnlee that KLW i;i.:i in NliW llt'lLIIIMl. (WDM. trMthl atl luriiUli.il by u, to nir.t Hi.our pri tlc.l .y.t.ni nl In.irueulrtnnu of Ilcol, 1 IroirU l.l.lil. lVnIrr, l'urlinr iWtfMI tlllll.tlon anrt .ud moit (MUy M)ulnpa Uu.lnru Cullmn llulldllis III kava you money Vrlle an candidates and one Democratic. Then ngain, there is a fattor that I Ts prepared to' do all ki eds o believe will manifest itself in the coming race that has never had an opporDental work at reasonable prices. race Office over J. W. Ford & Co's tunity to develop itsell in a State belore. The old cry that the RepubFeed Store lican Is a 'nigger' patty ha3 driven thousands of young men, against their better judgment, Into the Dem-cratQIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. folds As a matter of business al$150, oo every month siren .way to toy onewho .p. policy many thousand more have phe tirouiK u for it. uoit neniortout pttcst durUf. lied themselves with the oppo'sotion Ut. raoolh prMeilint'. Wa tecure the belt patonti for onr client., In order to get a vote iu the primaJuul the otjed t( thti oner U to eocour.(e iueeiitori to keep tnck of ibeit kriiiht idek At the Mine tune e ries that control munlcapal aflairs. wUa to imprcu upon the pubue the bci thu Under the secret ballot these gentleIT'STHESIMPLE.TRIVIALINVENTIONS men can still throw up their hats at THAT YIELD FORTUNES, conventions and barbeJ hlth caa he euily tM up Democratic tuch u the bH iIawb without hreuiatf the naisetieere back. 'hotlU cues, but when they go into the vot-iu.nan." '.r.vhar.tiiillr.n.' topper, aoJ a thoiuand othtr little thbp tKn most booth to cast their ballots the anyone can find war ol impieTinz t ad iqcm iudm iOTcnuoni are the once that twine Urecst return to tb stencil or 'X' will be found uudtr the uthor. Try to think of somctluog to Invent. Republican device. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. "The action of the recent conven Fettou taken out through in recelre ipeclal notice in " National Recorder' published at Weiblnttoo, the tion iu selecting the log cabin for a IXC .whlchtltheecstnewipaperpublLhedlnAmenc. in the laterctu of ineenton. We furnUh a year. uU party emblem will also save us many acription to ihiijouraaLfree of cott. to all our chcnia. We alio adrcruM, free of coit, the inreniion each month The illiterate found great difwhich win! our $ 150 petf e, and hundred, of thousand, votes. of copica of the ''National Recorder,' coniatunf a ficulty in distinguishing between the ak.ich of the winner, and dcKtipttoa of hit invention, will be acattercd throughout the United Stales among eagle and phoenix, and votes were capitalitla and aaanuticturcn, thul briogteg to then lo3t to Republican candidates by putattention the menu of the invention. regarded strictly coruVtcntuL All communications ting the cross under the latter by Address JOHN WEDDERMJRN & CO., Solicitor of Am.rlout nnd Foreign FateoU. Republican "We ha.ve ninety-eigh- t 618 P Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. League Clubs in the State, with a Dox 383. RfimettiUrriftMitftr. WriUfornt membership of nearly 60,000. Circujaftlt famfiUt. REE, lar letters have been sent to all of 4CireIriADnU.$75 Tl KnUfdMrNtiWrr Itvtl Dl.W(kt WaVihttUllkf them, urging a determined fight all Upll atlaiu ettiiM Ut fttmlly la along the line. The ticket is excepWfUfaM, lIlNI M. flt la.M thhtntUig taa audi Tj tionally strong, and meets with the ik Dviimi, ifctattvafclBad.. ibcrtat. rtki,M.Uhtl dhbtrr. hearty indorsement and approval of (uauftj, W liitt,atullo4kirrliilUf every Republican in the State. Since NVn41-(.M.iiCVta, tt.rtavtrvkrrtiKitil Olr:vlt.rn--.1. UUaiui. O. my return from the convention I have W,MIABKInNro.. met numbers of Democratic business men, including farmers, merchants, tradarsand laborers, who have exONU GIVES RHLinP. pressed to me their intention of voting with us. The idea has taken root that the Democrats have been too long . i.A i in power; that a change wlllbe benefiW cial, and the track of the party lash is not so potent as is was once. "There is another feature of the T T landslide last fall that has its signifiThe Tho LoatUagPhotographer.! cance.County Republicans elected over Judges, and, as these offorty ficials select the election officers, wc will certainly get a fair count, end sm, is usij .jii to a great deal in KenIfirOld Pictures Copied aud Enlarged that amounts tucky, A BPECIALTY. "We are in good form, united and 108i Maiu Street. A PALS TACB 0 WENSB011Q, KY 9w17 coma, from poor blood, Your blood neodi to bo enrlchod WHEH YOU GO TTOWENSBORO and vitalized. For DENTIST. Exchange. turning tool handles, dfhls excrclso lasts for several weeks, nceordlnf? to the boglnucr's aptitude. This Is followed by exercises In filing and shaping scrowxlrlvers and small tools. In this way ho leurns to mako for himself a fairly comploto set of tools. Tie ext undertakes to mako, a largo wooden pattern of a watch from perhaps a foot In diameter, and after learning how tho frame Is to bo shaped, ho is given a ready-cu- t one of brass of the ordinary size, In which he Is taught to drill holes for tho wheels and screws. Throughout this Instruction tho master stands over tho pupil directing him with the greatest care. Tho pupil Is next taught to finish the framo so that It will be ready to rccelvo the wheels. Ho Is then Instructed to mako fino tools and to becomo expert In handling them. This complotcs tho Instruction In the first room, and tho young watchmaker noxt passes .to tho department where he Is taught g parts and to to fit the do fino cutting and filing by hand. Later on ho leurns to mako tho mora complex watches, which will strike tho hour, minute, etc., and tho other dellcato mechanisms for which tho stem-windin- Attorney at Law. BEAviai E. D.GUFKY. G-iiff- Dau, Ky. n. D. RINOO 5c IRiaag-o- , ffittornoys Hertford. 3Cozi.tu.dc2r- - Ut Jgaw, Will nractico 111 nil courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Huperior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attended to. Offico 329 E. Market St. -- R. It. WEDDING I,. Attorney at Law, . Hahttord, Ky. - Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. WarBARHrES Hartford, Ky. practice his profeseion in all courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri cial Hotel. $1800.00 ic When When When When Baby alci, wo care her CaatorU. aho was a Child, aha cried for CutorU. aho becomo Ulat, aho clung to CoatorU. iho had Children, aho gave them Cutorlav. iu Swiss nro famous. can. Scientific AmeriPresent. WILL An Unforlunato ''nut-lock- g m mis-tak- e. rr Cl- -- "Our merchants complain of the large amount ci money sent away from here to the cities for the pur-ch- ae ol goodss of various kinds. Do they know how the city merchants Evget this trade? By advertising. ery dollar that goes out of town in this way is the result of advertising. Two ladles were in a store here last week, one of them to make a purchase and the other to look on. The first bought what- - she wanted and asked to look at a piece of summer dress goods and inquired the price. Alter buying a pattern they went out. Second lady sold "I have a dress just like that. I saw an advertisement in the Louisville Postand sent there and got my goods. I dlnd't know had it, or I should have boughtlt from them and saved the express charges, as the price Is the same." Two lines in an ad, telling ol this dress goods would have kept this money at home. There are hundreds of such cases." "No, I novcr seonny thing, of him now," sighed tho girl In blue, stirring her chocolato mournfully. "Ho hasn't been to see mo slnco Christ-rrmaud T don't understand it, for I seut him a lovely present." "What was It?" asked tho girl In gray. "I'll tell you all about It," said tho first girl, with tho air of ono eager to Impart confidences. "You know ho writes pootry; ho sends tho girls ho knows sonnets and things. Well, I wanted to glvo him somothlng literary, you know, as a sort of tribute to his talent. Dut I didn't want to send him a volume of pootry. It would have seemed to suggost a comparison, you know. I thought a long time, and finally sent him" "What?" demanded tho girl In green, as her friend hesitated. "A rhyming dictionary! Now, can you see why ho hasn't called? What aro you laughing aboutl" N. s, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in th' courts of Ohio and adjoining couutiet Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in Repub- Jo. B. ROSEES, sM 'fi ' M lican Building. a. :m:. ba.tei"!!. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD,- - KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Curelul attention will bo given lo Col entrutted to his care. lections a specialty. Offico with tho county Attorney. Also Notary Publio f II II Ilnvnyoit pnld your nulncrlplloiiT A NIrUI In June. When first we met I'll ne'er forget Twas in the month of June, The dew gleamed on the Violet Beneath the watchful moon: While o'er the world the stars unfurled A snancled canopy. curled And flowers in their moss-bed- s Were sleeping tranquilly. Attorney 0". eogbks, at Law, GREENVILLE, KY. Xj. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Muhlenberg aud adjoining counties. Special atteution will bo given to collections and all business Offico next entrusted lo his care. door below postotllcc. R I P A N S Oua.3L.Ij Children Cry for Pitcher's Caotorla. iiAizirrow.v. Wal-lac- I 1 iili m GALLON ON mm lBnllllll, OUlh XSC39 PjOO:OCJrXUaJE3SSZs, For the final and Mott Artitiie Work, C.Theo.Cain, iVaiVtca 1. nrT'? d rompl.i. . II l.k. rjon.r," t to. til. ii11. war. of olllcb cl. nil. in omirt lft, Ul.,,.W!f.'V,ta'05""e Miloiton, 1,'y. any lueorttyle. , etuxm Cm37 Srdandilh. I. Ulllileil. know that Gloves Tastlesa Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad Colds & c., 6r your money will be Sold by Ju every Instance. WHHi m & Bell, Hnrtlcid Ky. Inrv Air1 utltifvltlrrrtlln&t fit nlfrllt:worfif l'lleal l'llr.I Itclilusr Vile. Svhitoms Moisture; intense itch- - Uicrybpdyto by scratching. It allowed to continue tumors form, which olten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swanh's Ointubnt stops theitchlng andbleed-lng- , heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At drug, gists, or by mall, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. Died at her home near Fordsville ou the 20th, of consumption, Mrs. e Jane Wallace, wife of Mr. Joseph and was buried at New ZIon Church the a 1st ult. Sister Wallace was a consistent member of the Baptist church at this place. We join with a host of friends in Uiis their sad bereavement. Mr. John O. Butler, of near Oak Grove, died at his home on the aiult and was burled at Wilson's graveyard on the 22nd. He was a member of the Christian Church at Select. He was a good citizen. this there's nothing- la Prof. Birch Shield, Cromwell, was tho world to thoroughly effective a the guest of Tincy Shield Sunday. Or tierce's Golden Mr. Pate Balzs and wife, of near Medical Discovery. Children who are Gilstrap were the guest; Mr. Kcown ireak, tbln, pale, and puny are made and family ol near town Sunday, trcng, pluuin, rosy, Mr. BruJ Baize, of Butler county.is d and robust by the " Discovery." It's to them, too, from Its pleat- - visiting in our town thjs week. clnllr nnttiuta. lt'i an nnnbtiiinir. restorative tonMrs. Mary C. Douglass and daugh to which builds up Iiwxlod Jlosh and strength. In arerv blood, taint or disorder. U It ter, of near Select, were the guest of doesn't benefit or cure, you Lav your her daughter, Mrs Royal, of this nvt, jOf,Y wlfl aaw "Medical DUoovrrr" for my place. that used the little iiirl, and the It entirely welt t cannot Mr, Katie Dockcry, of puller county, uralao your medlolnet too highly. Yu ml ru.tr assured that you will always have my is visiting In our town this week. support. Mr. William Cooper, of near Select, was the guest of his cousin, Mr. J. D. Bussirt. ljstnijjlfrof UldaisftriOIVnn. , Oliver last week, espe-ite- That night ah, well I cannot tell The bliss I strangely felt! Your presence wrought o'er me a spell That seemed my heart to melt. Sojyouug and lair, ray love, you were The darlingest ol girls, And looked an angel standing there Light kissing all your curls. Absent all thought, I quite forgot The beauties of the night. The stars and moon I wist them uot; You were my sole delight, About your waist my arm I placed In love's first hour of tryst, Then boldly tude with conscious Your pouting lips I kissed. The years have flown forever gone, And life is in its wane, But love still lives undying on, And June is here again. The same sweet June whose tender moon, Is bright with changeless gleam, when that night with heattsntune. As We dreamed our first sweet dream ! Sidney Warren Mase. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE OtMtwl eouwv homa,fthQp,toraan4omc on wrlh. I Uno aaj bsMt Attorney at taw, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offico iu CourtuouH). E3. IE. 1SI"JE2j&.JLm, (Comity Attorney) Attorney at JNO. B. WILSON, Ink. Norry lor Hie OlrU. When the women all wear bloomers aud their skirts are laid away; when their legs no more are rumors, coyly hid from light ol day, when the petticoats forgotten, with its swishing, wishing, swirls, and there's less demand for cotton, I'll be sorry for the girls. I'll be sorry for the lasses who in school are at their books at the head or foot of classes I'll be sorry for their looks, for their ma's will make their trousers, and, good heavens! don't we know, who were boys but arc not now, sir, that they'll make a holy show) It Is bad enough when Willie weareth pants his mamma's made, and it often knocks you silly just to see thetheyouthful blade wearing pants that knoweth which is HARTFORD, KY. SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, jaw 1V0., uho Notary Public lor Ohio County. Offico North tide of public spure. haste J. R. PIRTLE T5 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmimmmmmmw m07rk'. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. tljr lis- - WwranUJ W b. vut up a.ah.nhliul Ihiu nwlrUii, tr any. onf. ill lert ont ol ordyr u Writ. Imonoiol P.IUrrlwnACoCrk 0,Coiumbut,a Ka.AhA.-- A tie, rliatani Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams St Bell's Drug Store. Wo have tho larg- est circulation, - butc want more, Remem- - bor L- 1.25 gets Tho ! Hartford Republican rUBMBIIHD KVKKY FHtDAY MORNINO Gov. Drown lins withdrawn tho race for tho U. S. Bonnie from rrnirlelnr. JO. II. Itocllllt.N ...i:lllor. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, July, 5, 1895. NAM A. ANIi:itNO.V Gils. Green Clay Smith, soldier, statesman and preacher is dead. Tin: trial of Spencer, ono of tbo inou charged with tbo murder of Mnj. A. G, Hamilton at Morgan town last April, is on trial at that place. STATE SENATOR., Wrt arc authorized to anuounce Tho papers are full of reporls of Dlt. A. D. jAMRfl, Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate self murder, ovidenco enough that a tor State Senator in the 8 tli Senatorial great many pcopto bcliovo with Bob District, subject to the action of the Ingcrsoll that suicido is not sin, Republican party. REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to annouuee Bsa- W. 1. Rowk, Of Centertown, as a candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Republic- an party. Kentucky Populists aro in session in Loulsvillo yesterday and for tbo purpose of nominating candidates for Stato offices. Hon. Tlios.H. Pcttit, of Owensboro, will bo nominated for Governor, y an party. We arc authorized to announce C. M. Barnett A candidate to represent Ohio county in the next House of Representatives, subject to the action oi the Republic- As a result of a disagreement with Secretary Morton, of tho Agricultural, Bureau, Prof. M W. Harrington, Chief of tho Weather Bureau has resigned and Mr. Willis L. Moore, of Chicago, has been appointed. Ropubllcan Stato Tiokot. Governor ton. V. 0. Bradley. W. Lieut.Qovernor J. Worthing Tun State Convention of Teachers held at Lexington was attended by about COO teachers from different Auditor S. II. Stone. parts of tho State and much interest Secretary of Stato Cbas. Finley. was maniicsted. Lexington enterTreasures tained her guests in royal style. Geo. W. Long. Attorney Gencial W. S. Taylor. The second International ConvenSuperintendent of Fublic Instruction of tho Epworth League met at tion W. J. Davidson. Register of Land Office C. 0. Chattanooga last week and on Friday morning tho members held a sunrise Reynolds. g on LookoutMountain. Commissioner of Agriculture Lu Tho meeting was very pleasant and cos Moore. enjoyable, we aro told, buttheroare railroad commissioner. many scarred and battered old genFirst District Jerry Porter. tlemen scattered over the country Second District H. S. Irwin. who can tell of a meeting held on this same mountain some thirty years SPECIAL NOTICE. ago or more which was characterized by much greater warmth than the Wo have mado repeated appeals to League although subscribers who aro in arrears- with tho old time meeting come ofl in the ub; 'some have responded cheerfully autumn. and paid ono year in advance, others Should the people frcm the coud have paid no attention to our noTo all those who have paid wo try persist in ridiDg and driving up tices. and down on our sidewalks when aro very thankful, to those who havo they are in town such another howl not paid, we aik you again to call or would bo raised as has not been heard that it send in that subscription account you in forty generations. And yet tho hooves you to see to it that your evlog man with his yoke of oxen and preparations to meet the responsibiliowe. We aro at a great expense ery week and MUST have abatis loaded wagon has as much right to ties ol that occasion are perfected. On Tuesday after the second SunLook nt tho drive over our sidewalks as our duo us on subscription. young friends who persist in riding day in August at the First Church in label on your paper and you will seo their bicycles on the side walk. Tho Owennboro, it will become your duty how much you aro indebted to us, bicycle is all right. We have no fight by Letters and Messengers to report and don't rest until you have paid it against tho bicycle.Our only regret is to that body all your doings for the off. Your subscription account is that wo haven't one to pedal around past year, together with a full statis-- i tho bicycle tical statement of all your ingatherjuBt as essential as any account and on oursclf, but then ought to be kept in its place like any ings and disbursements for the past you ought to pay it just tho same as year, what you have given to the other horse. cause of Missions and Education, any other account, and you Avill contheir memdividend offourpsreent. what you have given to our Orphan-childrefer a great favor on us by us paying bership any persons who are engaged The cowardly straddlo which tho on the capital stock, payable on deand other objects of Charity, in the retail or wholesale liquor busiAT ONCE. Democratic Convention has attempt" John C. Riley, Cashier. what you have given to the support mand. ness.' " ed in tho present Stato campaign is ofyour pastors June 29, 1895. and paid other exs The Republican County Conven- but another evidence that the Demc-- t m m Plenty of good feed at Field & penses at home, also to report what The Itemilon. tion will meet at the Court House at cratic party will always sacrifice prinprogress you have made as a church The Soldiers Reunion at Calhoou 1 o'clock p. m. on Monday, July 22, ciple for power. The Convetion re- foreshadow, what important enter- - yesterday was largely attended and i:il I'crkina on Coinage. instead of at 10 a. in. as advertised affirmed the National Democratic prises you propose prosecuting if any all who attcuded enjoyed a pleasant If I owntd a silver mine In Colorado, in the call of the Convention. is either and especially do not forget to give a day. platform or 1892, which elseThe day was beautiful and an Mr. editor, I wouldgoforfreecoinage, Silver or straddle. The people full report of your Sunday School excellent program was rendered to because it would double the value of contest which Free After a prolonged expected the Democratic party ol work andnot neglect to increase your the entire satisfaction of all. An ex- my mine. If I owned a coal mine in created an interest in school circles contributions to the Printing Fund cellent lunch was served at 12 o'clock, Scranton and a political patty pro-- , School Kentucky to say in terms that could outside of Louisville, the not be misunderstood where the party that you may receive more and better which suited the taste of the most posed to double the price of coal I Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder Board of that city have ousted Prof. World's Fair Hlgheat Award. stood on the money question. This Minutes than heretofore. Say now, fastidious. Afternoon several good would go for that party. Klienschmidt of the Manual Training But why should the coal miner or they failed to put into their platform are you ready to meet and discharge speeches were made and the business frctcol r.d troplojtd Piof. II. B We wheat raiser who is selling his coal and then to add insult to injury and all these duties? If not, only five of the meeting Has transacted. Brownwell, of Chicago, as his sue cut a "comin' and a goin'," they put weeks remain in which to make all failed to learn the officers for the en- and wheat for coined silver as Eold Commor-cial,kee- p cessor. necessary amends. It is very desirasuing year. The meeting adjourned get caught by the silver fallacy? a Free Silver enthusiast upon this ble also that the churches be fully at 4:30 o'clock, after one of the most When I asked a silver miner who that the Sound Rome, Ga., has a new departure platform hoping represented. pleasant as well as profitable days claimed that free coinage would doub- - f Money Democrats may be satisfied on the Woman's Bight question in Will you see to it that your church years. le the price of silver Hit would change tho form of a woman who is a street with the bastard platform and that sends a full delegation? Our cause the value of gold, he said: car driver, and tho women barbers aro tbo Free Silver men will be carried imperiously demands that our forthIIiMi'n ThU. "No, sir. Gold will purchase just !lnv you renewea jronr inbccrln-lio- n WeofleTOne Hundred Dollars re- the same. It will purchase the same for lssnr raising all manner of tand in Now away with the candidate and thus by coming meeting shall be made a Our ward for any case of Catarrh that can- amount of sugar meat and bread and York. What is to become of tho compromising party honor and play grand and influential one. Ilrpnbllrau Conrentlon, men folks, tho lord perhaps doscn't iug "party peifidy" for all it will brethren at Owensboro who have so not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. the same amount of labor. Our labor A delegate county convention bear elect the ticket in November. kindly invited us there, and who are F. J. CllBNNEY & Co., Toledo, 0. has been paid in silver as good as just yet know. is called to meet in Hartford, Ky. The people are up to making such liberal preparation for Vain hope. We the undersigned, have known gold." nt the court house, Monday, July 22, A party which can not bo depend-c- d those old tiicks. It was this same the occasion will not be satisfied with F. J. Chenney for the last isyears and I showed the Times paragraph to a 1 o'clock to nominate a Repupon to dcclaro its principles and party that nominated tho Union Gen- anything less, than a firsUclass meets believe him perfectly honorable in all Randall Democrat today and he said: 1895 at ublican candidate for Representative business transactions and financially ing. to nominate a candidato for a high of. eral McClelland on a platform which "You should have a tearful pity for from Onio ccunty, in the next session er ffce who is in accord with his party declared the War a failure. The acDemoThen let us have a grand gathering able to carry out any obligation made those of the General Assembley of the comby the firm. crats. They have been whipped out and the platform on which he is nom- tion of the Democratio party then oi the Hosts of our beloved Zion, that monwealth of Ky, It is ordered that inated, can not be safely entrusted was not more cringing than its action we may devisegreat things for a great West nnd Tiuax.Wohlesale Druggists of every argument. They arc on Saturdayjuly 20, 1895 conventions Toledo, 0. ashamed of free trade, ashamed of tryand good cause. Being conscious that with the administration of the affairs now. beheld in each voting precinct In the number of such Meetings that I Raiding, Kinnan and Marvin, Whole- ing to sink a republic and trying to Ohio county to of so great a Slate as Kentucky. select delegates to the sale Druggists, To.ledo, O. put a negro on a throne in Hawaii, The sharp hunting club sports from shall attend on Earth are constantly Tho double geared straddle won't Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- and there is nothing left but suicide convention called for July 22. the various cities played with tbo growing fewer pnd fewer, only intenwork. Each precinct shall have, in the last Legislature on tbo Game Law sifies my desire that theyshall be bet- nally, acting directly upon the blood by free trade." county convention one vote for each and mucous surfaces ot the system. I met a lonely Christian man over Dr. Buchanan, tho noted wifo in a manner which should make every ter and better and better as the days Testimonials votes, cast in such pre-fsent free. Price- 75c. on the D., L. & W. the other day. twenty-fiv- e roan blush with shame. go by. Moreover, I am only the murderer, was electrocuted at Sing John W. Lewis at the November per bottle. Sold by at Druggists. He used to be a protective tariff Retiing, New York, Monday. His long Not satisfied with having tho farmer more anxious to meet those who have 1894 election, and one for each fracpublican nnd said grace at table and 49 4t trial occupying six weeks boforo the boy prohibited from trapping quail, loved and honored me and who have tion of such vote over twelve. loved his Bible class. by me in trials and labor and He had Said precinct conventions arc called jury, together with tho bitter fight oven on his father's farm, they set stood Miss Ella Hunter returned to her changed in looks. His nose was red. amid the darkest hours striviug to to meet at two o'clock p. m. for both tho Commonwealth and tho about nnd bad tho Legislature dehome nfiPJcasant Ridge Tuesday, He was unshaved and smelted ot tobuild up the Daviess County AssociaThe East and West Hartford defendant, covering almost two years clare that tho hunting season should tion. after spending several days visiting bacco and beer. J. S. Coleman, Moderator. shall be held together. The makes this ono of the most famous last only six weeks from November Susie Yelser. Mis3 "I suppose you are a protective tar- two Fordsville precincts shall hold Ho suffered tho 15 to January 1 thus giving the city cases on record. I'orpul ii Check. Au Ailvrrliarmem in tbo iinjifp la iff man and believe in sound money?" convention as one precinct. The vo death penalty for poisoning his wife sports all tho opportunity they deThe Owensboro Messenger of Tuea I said. Morftilwooii llio frnro, ters In the Olaton precinct will vote m in order to obtain her money. sired and almost completely closing day contained the following: "No," he said in a shamed kind of In precinct 81.000 In U0I1I Ulren Allay in I'rlim. conventions held in "Harry McFerran, a young man out tho hunting by the country peoFor the best pictures taken. On a way. ' 'I've gone back on the in which they voted at the Nov. Tun placing of five out of uino of ple. But even this was not all. Tho who with his father has, for several November 15th, 1895. we "shall give gone back on the clean old 1894 election. tho old officials on tho Democratic usual restrictions wero laid upon kill years been engaged in selling West- away One Thousand Dollars iu gold Republican party and" The following is the vote each prefor the best pictures taken by the Stato ticket for this year gives the ing squirrels until after Juuo 15th, ern horses in this section, was ar- ''And what else have you done?" cinct will have in the county convenCamera. young Democrats very littlo to hopo as has been tbo law for several years, resteu ami put in jail at nocicport I interrupted, The prizes will be awarded as foltion. Saturday on a charge of forgery. The lows: $200 in gold will be given for for, in tho way of future recognition. but! .n 11,0 nr.i "Well," he said, as a blush of Ha'ttord 1...1 8 charge, it is said, was preferred the best picture taken by this Cam- shame came over his face. ."I've be-so manipulated by rings and been passed and approved tbo sharp A party , , . Beaver Dam 5 era; $100 for the second best; $50 for come a a cliques as to reiuso to go beyond the ers again got in their work and had by the proprietor of the Veranda Sulphur Springs best; $25 tor the fourth 7 hotel at Rockporr, who had cashed the third for Democrat! Ohl I've done it!" and Cool fow to limited circle of tho favored best; $15 the filth best; $10 for the tbo law in so far as it protected gray Springs 2 some checks for him which proved on sixth best, and lor the next 40 best $5 then the tears poured dowu his chee' 8 chooso its candidates merits little or squirrels repealed McIIenry in a Inter bill. 5 no support from that class oi young Tbustbcio is no law and has been investigation to be no good. The de- each will be given; for the next 80 and pattered, do wn on a copy of the Horse Branch 5 tails of the transaction could not be best $2 50 each will be given, and for Times, men who aro by dint of work and nono for raoro than a year protectFordsville 10 learned. It was said that McFerran, the next 200 best pictures taken by "What did you do this dreadful Aetnaville study, qualifying themselves for plac- ing gray squirrels at nil, but comparatthe Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be 2 who not long ago married n young given, making in all 1,000 given thing for, Charlie?" I asked. Gen. Hardin has ively few es of usofuliioee, '6 Centertown persons, outsido of the peo- lady at Madisonville, expected his away. "Well, I did it to disgrace on uncle Small House .' often eaten at tbo public crib.to that it ple who engineered 2 tho scbomo friends to help him out of the diffiWe shall do this for two reasons, of mine." Rockport be said that but thrco out of tho through the Legislature, know may 5 viz: The first to introduce the LaHock-po- tt any. culty. His father, who was in "What did he do to you?" I asked. Rosine crosse Camera for 1895; the second, iiiuo candidate como from tbo ranks thing about 7 it, and many aro yet igat the time of the arrest, is se- to educate the amateuis in phonogra"Why, he swindled me out of my Cromwell 6 while tho other six of tho people, t norant of it. Many a country boy has riously sick. phy. This contest closes on Novem. property; he broke up my family, Beda .' 4 Tbo como from the oflico holdors. uer i3i, 1095. waited and waited until after June and the only way I could disgrace 3 young Kentucky Democrat who ox 15 obeying a law that hoi long been This camera can be used by anyone him was to become a Democrat," and Select Known Here, Shreve .' 3 Wednesday's Louisville Times has and Is sold under a positive written .then' he wrung his hands. pects anything from his party but repealed, while the scheming tcamps guarantee to do the work or money 6 Magan the party lash beforo tho election and from tbo cities baye gone on killing the following to say of Mr. Jo A.Park- refunded. is your undo doing now?" "What 1 Buford er, who "set type" on the. Kentucky tho cold shoulder after, is a long way Sent by express with frill instruc- I asked. squirrels and laughing at tbo mean Progress at this place in '88, Bartlett 3 Mr. tions and tules governing this confrom taw, "Well, he's pounding stones in Ute Htflin trick they played upon their country Paikcrhas many friends here who test upon receipt of express money . . . 2 Sing Sing penitentiary." cousins. Wo fuvor the protection ol will be glad tokijowhe is fast coming order lor$i 73. By order of the County Executive- "By heavens, Charlie" I said, Remember, A Written Guarantee the gamo, but wo believe that those to the front in his party, although CIIUIS WtttHt All Ubl FAILS. I committee, k. u. ouny, Goes with Uvary Camera, TameGuuL "you have disgraced hfml" H tOiwlSrup. d rivdnwirlkU. Cm V. A. Gibson, Sec'y. who support that gamo by furnish in lima. h. they dou't agree with him politically: Address, LiCrusse Specialty' Co,, EU PERKINS, Hartford, Ky-- , JunefHh 1895. ing woods and fields for its lift bl In "Among the delegates to the Popu- - LtCtcftcWis. 981 Madison ayeim, N, Y. Cvtict. prayer-meetin. prayer-meetinkl a, a, semi-annu- tiou should havo a fair fliow and tliatj lUtfeonycntlon to morrow now In t! c our Legislature's keep tbo wool from' city Is Jb A. Parker, a very young man, who is rapidly coming to the over their oyes hereafter. front in the councils of his party In The Indianapolis Journal has the this State. He is the editor of the following facts about a free silver Kentucky Topultst, a weekly organ country, which may be of interest to p'ublislicd at Paducaii, and he gains worklugmen who have been told that no little, notoriety by bring placed on free silver will bring them better the National Committee by the Coins times: Organization of I mlltce on Permanent "The smellers of silver oro in that Memphis freesltver conference. Mexico are as skilled as those in the Mr. Parker is the Ponulist cindl United States, but the latter get from dntc for the legislature In McCracken $ 1 75 to $s a day in Omaha, ,whIlTin ' county, nml he professes to belle V( Monterey the Mexican smelter gets that be will l c clecte," cents a day, which is m . but seventy-fiv- e While the advocates of sound equal to thirty-seve- n and shall cents, United States money. Bricklayers in money in New York are calmly and the City of Mexico get forty cents a decorously defending their financial day on the silver basis. The clerk position the political harvest fields ol in a store who draws between $5 and the West are being ravaged by a po$50 a month regards himself as most litical potato bug called. "Coin's Financial School." It is a little book prosperous, yet his $25 has the purchasable pswer of only $i,5o of of 150 loose luges, half truth nnd half United States money. The most ex- lies, plausible, fallacious, adroit, impert carpenters get but sixty cents in pudent, breey, reckless and western. Mexican silver lor a day's labor. It is as persistent, pcrnicous and The laboring classes live in wretched pestiferous as the Canada thistle or huts and cat the poorest of food. the English sparrow. It has the unYet Mexico stamps all the silver its healthy growth of a weed, to thrive is, it has the thrive when trodden on, and has thus mints can handle-r-thfar successfully defied the aattemps to free and unlimited coinage of silverat the ratio of a little less than 16 to stamp it out or stay its spred. Are-war- d for the extirpation of this literary weed would bo n boon to the Program country." Ex Of the District Conference which will Oclnninnln, convene July roth with First M K "Is your sister at home, Johnny?" Church, Beaver Dam: "No sir; she has'ut returned from Evening services 8:30. Sermon, July nth. Morning 8:30 to 9 a. in. the academy." "What Academy?" Prayer and Pentecostol services. 9 to Why, haven't you heard that she n a. m. 10:45 a. m Organization, Sermon anlalterservices. Afternoon is an instructress at the bicycle teaches the women to ride 2 to 5 p. M. Conference business. school Evening 8:15 p. in. Sermon by and sells them bloomers and things?" "Well are your father and mother J. W. Turner. The above will npply to everyday in" "No, sir; they are out in the park of the Conference except Saturday afternoon when the Fourth Quarterly on their new Tandems." "Your brother Bob is traveling, Conference will be held. All the official members of the circuit are ex- isn't he?" "Yep; he's with one ofthe big race pected to be on hand with reports. teams. I tell you he's acrack-a-jacJ. B. Ferryman, Pastor. Wins a bushel of diamonds and gold Dnllcsi Comity Asuoclntlon. again becomes my duty to call cups every week. It "And where are the twins?" the attention of the (47) forty seven "They've got Rover, our dog, out churches and (7,010) seven thousand in the barn and arc teaching him to membership, composing this body, to the fact that our next anniversary is ride the new quadricycle which has just been invented for household berapidly approaching and at - -i Ro publ i can and Louisville Commor cial one year. vitoiiwiii.i.. Wo had a very severe raiti here Thursday night doing a'grcat deal of damage. Mr. Lige Mauzy, Rochester, was In town Friday. We have a splendid Sabbath School at this place. I,nst Sunday was review lesson and we had a good lesson, Mr.Preston Gliltstrnp's little girl Is very low nt this writing with typhoid fever. Mrs. WillisGIIlstrap returned home last Friday from n weeks visit at Drakosboro. Mr. A. Leack and family went to Evansville last week. Miss Alice Edmonds is the gust of Miss Effie Kahn. Mr. C. C. Board has been on the sick list for several days. Mr. Henry Leach will teach the fall school nt this place. Mr. Bud Gentry has moved iiito Mr. Ed Word's residence. Mr. Frank Glllstrap is improving 4. k Mm lWWSiSV 1 . WM. F. RAPIER, The proprietor of the EU.KNDALE FAIR & STOCK FARM, near Curds-villKy., Is anloug the best known men In Western entucky. His training and breeding stables first brought him into notice several years ago and the grand success of his 1894 fair made c him known over the State. The of his plans for the 1895 fair is making his name familiar as a household word all over the Green River at this writing. Mr. Tom Cooper has accepted n po- Country. The grandeur of his new Fair buildings and the beauty of his sition In W. N. Martin's store. Mrs. Gore, of Owensboro, returned large and up to date program, makes home last week after several week's assurance doubly sure that his cjaim that his Fair is THE Fair of the Green visit at her son's, Mr. W. N. Gore. Miss Efile Kahn left last Saturday River country, is simply the truth, for Calhoon? Mr. A. Thomas and Since last Fair lie has pl.intrd out family, Louisville, were the guests of hundreds of forest shade trees, made Mr. John Martin's family Saturday beautiful carriage drives, which with the artistically designed flower beds, nnd Sunday. Missjanic Wilson returned home make the grounds the reali.atton Of Saturday from a three week's visit in a poet's dream. He has also made a new Race Track; half mile regulation Bowling Green. 50 feet in width. The large 3 story Misses Annie and Mamie Borah left Thursday fot Central City where Hotel is nearing completion; the Floral Hall is well under way, they will spend several weeks visitas is also the 200 foot addition to the ing friends nnd relatives. . All the buildings are Mr. Ashby, Evansville, wa3 In town, grand-standlarge, substantial, and convenient Saturday and Sunday. The enterprise is one of such magniRev. Finley, Morgantown.preached Mrs. Harrison Fener's funeral Sunday tude that but very few men could pro ject or plan it, and fewer could carry at Green River Church. Mr. Bob Herald and family, Little out the details to a successful finish. Bend, were the guests of Mr. Cyrus Mr. Rapier's clear judgment, IndomU tabic energy and perseverance, backed I Taylor and family Sunday. by his upright business principles, Miss Lizzie Wright, Madisonville, make him a successful as weU'as recame over to our town Monday. markable man. IlATTIR. The ladies of Ohio county ought to .trrvoim be getting their handy work ready to And those who are all tired out and exhibit at the Floral Hall. The inhave that tired feeling or sick head- ducements offered are greater than at ache can be relieved of all these ordinary Fairs. Besides the premium symptoms by taking Hood's Sarsapa-rillgiven to the best specimen of work oi which gives nerve, mental and its class, there will be given a pets." fuo "But how does it happen that you bodily strength and thoroughly puri- Packard Organ for best display in the fies the blood. It also creates, a good are not riding a wheel too?" hall and a premium of $25 in gold to ."Sprained my ankle training for appetite, cures indigestion, heartburn the best display from each county rep and dyspepsia. the race." Buffalo Express. resented by at least four displays. Hood's Pills ore easy to take, easy Anyone desiring any information reThat scrofulous taint which has garding premiums, or wanting probeen in your blood for years, will be in action and sure in cflect. 25c grams, the Secretary, Robert T. expelled by taking Hood's Sarsapa-rillLiquor Drnlrr tlnrrnl. The Owensboro Baptist says: "The Smith, Sorgho, y., will cheerfully the great blood purifier. general association at Paducah passed and freely furnish the same on appliJlltiileml. cation or you can call at Z Wayne The Board of Directors of the Bank the following resolution: "It is the Griffin & Dro.'a drugstore, Hartford, sense of this body that none of our of Hat tfore have this day declared a Ky. churches should retain in wag-nitud- Urn. ttaMe Ouplon Dnktdom, tfenn. Gave New Life lok tiMdAcht and neuralgia neatly all my life. Th paint had becomo 10 Interna that my bandi would cramp for hours 10 that I could cot uie them. The doctor told my haaband there wai little help for had m. The dIOerent medlclnea tried two frrratl dlaheartened mo. Blnco using bottle ot Hood' Banaparllla I haye mil- ;. . v 8lck Headache- - and Nouralgla Cured by Hood'a. "Hood's BarMparllUhiU don mo a gretl deal of good. I hvt botn a auOcrer from ted relief, ao much ao that I J eel lllte a new Hood's penon.0urlltlloboy has been With . 8arBami1t since taking Hood'a Baraaparllla, aoreneaa and hoaraeneei hare gone and bo la better Iu health." ling. Mattiu Qur-rox, hit throat but troubled! SiWW Tures Uet Hood'a. Dukedom, Tenneeiee. Hood'a Pills become the tarorlle ealhar-ti- e with etcrTone who trlea them. Uc par box. 5roy Steam Owenhiioi'O, Jaandry, Ky. Does finest work of any laundry in the West. No Injurious Ingredients used. Work nil guaranteed to give satisfaction. Patrons' linen insured against fire while in the laundry. Laundry sent on Tuosday and returned on Saturday of each week- Sarma, OtilcUy CojCM. Walter M. Path, Agt. Hartford, Ky. How la Cure nil Skin IHtrnte." Simply npply "Swayne's Ointment" No internal medicine required. Cure tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,ieav-in- g the skin clear, while and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Swaynu's Ointment. 34 iyr. Get our prices on picnic bills and we do your work. Best work guaranteed.See us before going where. Read The Republican and posted.Only $1.25 per year. NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Ohio County: I take this method of notifying you that your Taxes for the year 1895 are due, andlam COMPELLED to make a settle-me- n t.with the Stato Auditor in a very short time, and will be compelled to collect the money at once. Sd you will call at my office at once and settle your Tax or you can find mo or one of my deputies in the field. Yours Very Truly, C; free-tra- free-silv- P. ICeown,S. O. 0. Ilnir llnlc on Hiimlny, Taking effect May a6th the Iuis- vllle, St. & Texas Railroad will sell on every Sunday round trip tickets between all its stations ,on main line at one fare for the round trip. Tickets are good on date of sale, good returning same day. This gives everyone an opportunity to visit one of the largest cities or spend a day with Iuls d pre-cinc- ts their friendsalongtheline. Por further information call on agent or address II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. The World's pre-cin- ts showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leavening power as tho Royal. Notice Nona ol VrlermiH. All former members of Cicero Max well Camp Sons of Veterans, nnd ftny son of a Veteran, 18 years of oge and over, who may wish to join the order, are requested to meet at the Court House in Hattfotd Saturday July 6th, at two o'clock p. m. C. M. Barnrtt, Capt. Fair Tests n.0i..,. , free-tra- de e ..... ... Jo B.Roonns.Searg't. .... ...... The County Convention hettofote called to meet at Hartford y July a, 1895 will 'select delegates to represent Ohio county in the Senatorial Convention for the 7th Dlst, of Ky, which hasbeen called for August y. 7th 1895 at Greenville, 15. D. Gui'KvCh'm'n. W, A. Gibson, Secy, Attention Itopubllcantj. EMjHMraamrarani 1 The U. S. Gov't Reports show ftoyal Baking Powder superior to all others. Tmj j" ," -- apiTTO wW" BIHjPW BSTW "PT PfSfflfWs TplW KF -4- -FAIR BROS. & CO-4- - Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. 1DR; IN AJAVE A Den of Counterfeit- UMMER BARGAIN Kow ghat the 8. gammer 1 CREAM ers Unearthed near Olaton and all of Them Captured. ay ' Season is far advanced wo have decided to close out our entire line of summer goods at cost. Notice our prices,. Wash Dress goods: 10o for Corcna crepes, very stylish lOo " Morlay cloth for wnlst lOo " yard wido porcals lOo rt ligutcd ducks lOo ICo lOo , BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Cf ape Creim of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or sny other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A vimm Examining Trial of Two at Hartset for To-dford and Two Monday at Louisville. VERY SLIOK CITIZENS. is hereby given that Isaac Foster, William Foster, J. S. Vnught, J. S Coleman, G. J. Bean, G. B Williams, J. L. Carson, W. II. Mauzy.P.E Nelson and Jesse Potter, all of whom are citizens of Hartford, Ky., and legal voters in said town, and who were such citizens nnd voters on the 17th day of June, 1895, will and do hereby, contest the election held at the voting precincts in Hartford, Ky., on the 17th day of June 1895, for the purpose ol taking the sense of legal voters in said town, who were qualified to vote for county officers, upon the proposi- Common wealth of Kontuoky Ohio County Court. To alt, it Ay CoNCBnn: Notice -- YALUES In That Have Never been Equalled VALUES That Satisfy the Most Critical E xaminationl VATO Arc the groat Drawing Card for our Juno Reduction Sale. Seasonable, Stylish Fabrics at prices that will astonish you. Every day something New and desirable, and wo make the prices so low that this month will go on record as the biggest month's business of the year. . NOTETHESE PRICES 25c 20o 20o 35o 30o 20c 20o fc. r Wc can't be undersold. Carson & Co. . i , Dr. J. E. Pendleton is on trfslck " Irish lawn " colored mulls pink, blue, " f red s irB30L ,, list. ' t. 'ture. Come to Carson & Co. for Furni- ". Marquise cordolles 12c " finest quality, American satlno J wool clialliei, worth 20o V nil wool challics, worth 50oV nice quality black lawn dotted awles pretty dress gingham . Mr. T. J. Nealus, Howes Valley, Is in town. Mr. G. G. Fair returned from SUnd-for- d 15o 30o 16c lOo 7o Wednesday. Mr. R. P. Hockcr, the popular Beaver Dam merchant, was in town Monday. arrived " 10c 18c Co 3Uo " " " fino zephyrs ginghams " pretty Scotch ginghams worth 25c " " best new prints nicest wash silk, worth COc If r V Note these prices, they are lower than Cash any house will sell them to you. mnVT buy and sell just rd to sell lower than - RECORD, trrity Ju.i FRIDAY, ATJ( wt in Montana, roacluilrd with tba Crow IndiuJt rrral hundred thoutand cre of oma ol the mint Kneununu unai in im "" have twan added to the public domain and will In due court of time -- 0RD Xai crdrd portion contain. 1,100,000 acre ...-- ana emoracti mo iana norui wi a, iu point threa reservation, aitendlnis from rnllea north of Fort Cuater eait to tha eait-erboundary of the reservation and tha n Attorney J. W. Ly tie , Owensboro, in Hartford Wednesday to spend several days. Henry J. Shelds, the Australian Wonder, will give an exhibition at the Court House Miss Elizabeth Callaway and her sister, Miss Camtllc, arrived in Hartford Wednesday and will spend a few days visiting Mrs. Spalding. and His Honor and the Jailor Mr. Jas. R. Addingtou and Miss refused to give up the prisoners until Slbelia Ashby were married Wednesthey had answered the charge made day evening at the residence of Syl- against them by the Commonwealth. vester Barnes, near Centertown. Messrs. Jenkins and Gary went Prol. Rhoads, Prof. Coleman,, Miss away on the noon train yesterday Rosa Crittenden and others are at- leaving the Hendrickson brothers They Black. tending themeeting of State Teachers' safe in Castle Association at Lexington this week. claimed to be from Pennsylvania, but on Wednesday they wrote a letter Frankfort Capital. ' directing it to Ashville, N. C, ask In the Daviess Circuit Court'Wed-nesda- y ing money of a friend nnd begging Helen lglehart was awardMrs that their trouble not be told to their damages against AVm. ed $7,000 who killed her husband last spring. She sued for $15,000. g, On last Saturday evening Sheriff Wallace ol Grayson county arrested two men by the name oi Taylor near the Grayson and Ohio line and lodged them in the Leitchficldjail to answer a charge oi burglary and it turned out that they had been passing counterfeit money, nnd they were also On Sunday Sheriff held for that. Wallace sent Tames Gary, of Spring Lick, to Olaton and Sunday night he arrived with W. E. and Michael brothers, charged with counterfeiting. The prisoners were taken to Leitch field and the Federal authorities at Louisville telegraphed. No reply was had and on Tuesday the Heudricksons were brought and lodged in jail here, as they had been arrested in this county. Wednesday night Deputy Gary nnd Mr. rat W. Jenkins, of the U. S. Treasury Secret Service, came to Hartford after the Hendricksons to take them to Loubvllle for examining trial Monday before the Commissions er. Their examining trial had been set before Judge Morton for tion whether or not spiritout, vinous and malt liquors shall be sold in said town, or whether or not the law then in force, prohibiting the sale, barter or loan of, and traffic in such liquors In said town, should become inoperative. Said contest Is, and will be, made upon the following grounds, 1st, Because in East Hartford precinct 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 Jackson, Amos Taylor, Lee B. Mills nud William Stone, none of whom were citizens of said town and had not resided in said precinct for Co days prior to the day of said election. and, 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, Dee Bacon, Riley Griffin, Ed Griffin, Louis Allen, Wat Eidson, John King, Robert McGee, Jack Collinsand Nelse Coleman, neither of whom were citizens of the town of Hartford, Ky. , on the dayof said election, June 17th t: n, Henrietta Cloth, Bilk finish, 3G in. wide at dress goods at .Crcpon, thirty inches wide at Dotted and striped Swiss, 27 inches wide at Marsaillcs, 20 inches wide at ilnlf-wookn Cross-barre- 18c 15c , .18c 22Jc 20o 1 white goods, 30 inches wido, at cream white good, 28 inches wide, at 15o Striped white goods, 27 inches wido, at 18o Satin striped while goods, 27 inches wide, at 20o Dimities nt 10c Lawns at Lawns nt , 18o Camilla Organdie lawn at 12Jc Black lawn at. 15c Black lawn at 20c Black crcpo dress goods at d Cross-barred 2J 10c 10c .12Jc 13c . t J5c 7c 12c 8xs 5c lj)c 12c 9c 12a 12ic Duck at 18o Duck at 1895. western boundary of Custer county, and from a point three mllea south of Kort Custer west to nearly 1'ryor creek. This area, comprises the raller of the Yellowstone, aa well as that portion ot the valley ot tho Dig Horn river lying north of Fort Custer, and contains many hundred thousand acres of excellent farmlncjanda. Tha total amount to b4 paid by the government for these lands la 11.150.000 Negotiations lor the treaty wera conducted by Commissioners Hoyt and MeSeely and IndUn Agent Bdwards. and after more than anwki conference wun too cnw 01 iau 1 1 tribe the treaty wa eRected, being algnod 1 by a majority ot the male adults on tha 1 l.fled with the trraty as they still bavej aomeining nver ,iiwwi then- - on the rceervatli averaii of 1,000 acrea fa and papoose In the trl hg out sale in Milii- ing over.so come and lFTn.tR Rold fur $2.50. uu cioseu at ?i.ou i line cheap for cash. OS. , &, CO.. ibut little smut and ostly No l normern ow the harvest io do heat will be moving clofo of tho " monin Marraige license. James R. Adding-to- n to Miss Sibelia Ashby, Jas W. Rowe to Miss Rosa Carson, Henry C. Carter to Miss Vallie Williams, Win. II. Evans to Miss Sudie Griffith. We were honored by a call last Friday from Miss Mercedes Gufly, of Hartford, accompanied by her uncle J. M. Carson. Mi Mercedes is the bright little daughter ol the Hon. E. Green River Republican. D. Guffy. ..aTMflnBsasVaHtwa-aV- a -i n i li " t nu.loa.h.p roero der tb the li . -. Hr n 10 Vi t$ V V.M.- - i" , 4 a MklBrTJST - 28. ""W St es 1899;' te Supt. Sbultz informs us that he now has the balance of the money Hue the teachers of Ohio county and will begin Monday mailing checks to the different teachers, aud it you Should not receive your money in a 5hort while wrltt him, and it will be romptly attended to. AUterlloeU Letter List ol lctteis remaining in P. O. at Stanford, Ky., if not called for in 30 Says will be sent to the dead letter Washington, D. C: Miss Susie Hatcher, Frol. Geret, Euther Miller, A. E. Moon, William fehatman, X R. Robinson, Mr. Chat- of-ffi- ii'BLACKTER'ROR. RolfANCE w A riuiff; ; ; T Cfa RUSSIA. se of 8- 1i .DujnuM AIC0TA W AIEAT,iirEIti, k,' -- r..L5y,. V, - ke - IP 1 an. ic vO Jt lm and It RUSH OF THE HARVEST .Hinder. fiV BBABON.SKta) Thl. man has been ' Jrv On the I Persons calling for above letters pease say advertised. W. II. Qbii'fin, I'. M. isrnsfirv l3-sSS'4'tyj'1"PLU Kolloir In rrorraalou rr?m irmlck'a to do away Js said XarnUir Until Klaht Strict nasi. llnventlon. find will, in thrVb JJ, " BEAVER DAM. (The Summer Normal closed Wed nesday. A crowd of young folks went to the ice cream supper at Union school-hou- se .. Saturday night. Miss Ollie Smith spent last Thursday night in the country at Mr. Sep liii3iS3mi?li!5XI U"THBi.BUt.1 lMJsteii ' II itratCaihoon'yea Tl ll.IMgga- .&! TIBK Ik Yl nwr. and Marsraret Bar bour left Tuesday for Dawson t and pray son Springs, where they will spend several weeks. l Misses Carolvn ,E8TON. ILL. I Indian shall be deprived of bW home by reason of any further cesulon of lands without new treaty for all Indians residing on' or holding allotments on the newly ceded por-tlowhereby they can either remain In of their land, or may at their option sell the Improvements and remove to the resrrvitlon proper. It la believed that the majority of them will take tha litter courao Of tha 11,150.000 to be paid for tha land, about IS7B.O0O will be expended In Improve, About 1300 000 menta upon the reservation will be used for the completion of the Irrigation system on tha reservation, to finish the large canala now In process ot construe-tlo- n and to provide for their maintenance About --$150,000 la to ba used for the jur . ..... ..til. an.! tA flrtrt tnr th. .1 CBnsB D luuia initio, .. rZZZZ purchase ot sheep. About 150.000 wilt b employed In fencing various portions ot the -jinr.tiAR far th. nrntectlon of tha herds of Jt Johnson, nt Spring Grove, Union. county, Mr. J. V. Tabor and wife, Fords-vill- e, were the guests of Mr. D. M. 1 locker and wife Tuesday night and ' Wednesday, They were on their way home irom the Sunday School Convention, which met at McIIenry the first ot the week. I,ost week we made a mistake when we said that the jury iu the Shanks; Brookins case returned a verdict fining him $300 which was to be work'cd out on the Btrects and not replevied. He is allowed to either pay or replevy but if he can't do either he will have to work it out. 1'iofs. Lee B. Mills and Silas Griffin have been employed to teach the Pleasant Ridge High School for this scholastic year. These arc two bright and energetic young men, who, when thcyunder take anything, will put their best efjotts forward to make a Both have attended success of It. Hattford College a number ot terms They and are thoroughly qualified, They will begin on September aud. wilt have their catalogues out In a few days. ..At... .I.,.. cTtrWxolrFmSmrih', a ... .v. fifm Misses Lyda and Bertla Morton left Mouday for a few weeks Visit to Miss Williams. Miss Mary Smith, Hartford, is fettle Crabtree at Panther, Ky. spending the week with Miss Beulah Messrs. Eugene Miller and Harry Coots. Saves, two popular young men from Little Misses Nora Maddox and breenville, spent Sunday in HartMarie Austin returned home Saturday ford. after a two week's visit to friends in We would call especial attention to Louisville and Jeffersonville. is visiting Miss Daisy Stevens .the statement of the pauk of Ilattlord in this issue. This friends in Horton this week1. Miss Ella Sowders returned home nstittttion is in excellent condition Thursday from a two week's visit in Jts will be seen from the statement. Morgantowu. Mr. P. h. Felix received a telegram Messrs, Fred and Clarence Strother, 'uesday from his brother, Dr. C. W. Rochester, were in town last week. Mix at Basket, Ky., stating that his Misses Virgie Hocker and Chffie ittle boy was dead. Mr. Felix left Gray spent Friday iu the country. Vednesday for Basket. Dr. Felix Mrs. I. P. Barnard returned to her as many friends here who will sym in Louisville Sunday and with her pathize with him and his wife in their took Roscoe Barnard the son of the sad loss. lately deceased Mrs Barnard. Miss Pansy Stevens is visiting rd I.ast Wednesday evening after Mr. Jno. C.Riley returned home, his horse atlves in Cromwell this week. Miss Ncka Waddle, Morgantown.is became unmanageable throwing him, fracturing one of his legs. Dr. V.. B. visiting Miss Ella Sowders this week, Misses Attye and Sadie Austin Pendleton was called in and soon had him resting as easy as could be spent Tuesday in Hartford. Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes expected under the circumstances. Firtle spent Monday Mr. Riley will be laid up for a few and Viola night In the country with Miss Hat-ti- e days. Miller. Elsewhere in this issue you will Mr. II. Merrick and iaiuily have see the professional card of Mr. John moved into their new residence on B. Wilson, who has moved bis office Second Street. Irom the Herald building to the north Elder I. II. Teel and family moved side of public sqnarc, and will office to Central City this week, Wilwith Mr. j. P. Sanderfur. Mr. Mr. Watklns, the barber, has given son has an extensive acquaintance up the trade and gone to farming. throughout thecouutyand this togethMiss Lizzie Barnes, Hunt & Co's er wish his knowledge of the law inmilliner, will spend the two ensuing sures him a practice. months at her home In the country. Messrs. Patterson & Co. have brokMiss Moliie Crowe, Taylor Mines, en ground for a tile factory at Point spent several days with Miss Rose Pleasant. The machinery is already Taylor last week. Mr. W. H. Austin and young chiW onthe ground aud operation will begin in about two weeks. We cannot dren arc spending this week In Llv speak from a personal knowledge of enuore. any of the company nave Mr.Patterson Mr. Fred Daniel, Louisville, is In whom we know to be a thorough-go- . town this week. ing, straightforward business, man. Wc Mr. II. B, Taylor and wife speut predict they will and ready sale for Wednesday In the country. Arrvit. their product in Ohio county. semi-annu- 3rd, Because said election was not held by any 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, T. E. Cornelius and G. B. Williams, who were ap mother. pointed by the Judge of the Ohio These parties have been operating County Court at the May term 1895, inn cave near Olaton for sometime none of whom bad any authority or and although their quarters are locat sanction of law to hold an election in ed Within forty yards of the public said town at said date. road they have escaped detection un4th, Because said election was not til now. held by any one, authorized by the The good people of Olaton are glad laws oi tills state to hold said elec to sec the last of the gang, and as tion. there are strong cases against them In West Hartford voting precinct there is little doubt they will each go said alleged election was held up for a good sound term. Their by W. II. Mauzy, George Bunger, make of silver dollars is said to be Steven May, and D. F, Tracy, who very fine and save as to weight very were appointed by the judge of Ohio hard to detect from the genuine dol- County May the at Court lar. term 1895, none of whom had any authority or sanction oflaw to hold Jtevr Suit.. an election in said town on said date. The following new suits have been 5th, Because said attempted or alfiled In the Circuit Clerk's office since leged election should have been held last court: under the Municipal authorities of W. M. Warden, Adm'r ol John said town and not under the direction Shull sues for settlement oi estate. and control of the county bfficers or M. II. Dowell vs. J W. Debeuler officers appointed by the County &c, for (216 and. foreclose mortgage. Judge. Wm. D. Newton vs. Jas.T. Cravens 6th, Because without authority oi &c, for $ 120 and to foreclose mort- law, the vote of said alleged election gage. was taken in two different places in McIIenry Gtffiin vs. Wm. Martin, said town when said town for town &c, for breach of contract. elections had never been divided into W. B. Render vs. John P. Foster precincts or. wards. for $129.35- 7U1, Because the County of Ohio of M. Warden, Adm'r of Jas. Wm. which Hattford is a part, voted the Hatcher, sues forsettlement oi estate. Prohibition Law Into effect in the J. H. McCIure, &c, vs. H. G. Bid-w- ell entire county and same cannot be refor breach of contract. pealed by an independent vote, F. T. Guenther vs. M. II. Collins 8th, Because the order ot the Ohio on account for $62. 80. County Court, ordering said election W. M. Southard sues John Echols directed the sheriff to open a poll in and St, John Boyles, receivers, for each of the voting precincts in said $65 00 lor damage to wagon which town when in fact said town only had was destroyed in McIIenry wreck last one voting preclnct.and they say said yearv order is, and was void for that reaW. H. Coghill sues Herman Pirtle son. for $5,000 damages. 9th, Because the order of the Ohio John B. Foster sues J. F. T. Ward County Court, calling said election on note tor $90.57. was directed to the sheriff of Ohio John B. Foster sues Z T, Her on County when it should have been dinote for $70.50. rected to the marshal or other MuniJohn Hines sues Samuel Pharris cipal authorities of said town and for for $5,000 damage, alleging seduction that reason was void. under promise oi marriage to his 10th, Because said election was daughter. portion of East and Wcsterfield, Jr., sues M. held in only a John C. West Hartford precincts and was not for $1,000 damages for maII. Tharp held for either of said precincts as licious prosecution, Willis Smith vs. same for same. a whole. Hth, Because at the regular AuS tatement of tho Condition gust term 1894 of the Ohio County Court the following persons were appointed by the Judge of the Ohio -fConnty Court, as officers of the elections Lt the ensuing year, in West -- OF jlartford precinct, W. M. Hudson, S. T. Barnett, W. G. Hardwick, and A. M. Miller, and in East Hartford At tho Closo ot Business, Sat- precinct C. B. Suilenger.Wui. Brown, urday. Juno 20, 1805. L. P. Foreman, and J. W. Allen, all ot whom accepted said appointment RESOURCES. and were qualified and acted as such officers and were citizens and legal Bills Discounted $G3,3G2.20 575.20 voters ol said precinct on the 17th Overdrafts.... s re0,790.75 day of June 1895, and had never Cash on hand as officers of 18,053,42 signed or refused to act Cash in other Banks... elections and for that reason the 1,341.07 the Stock and Bonds Judge ol the Ohio Connty Court had 3,000.00 Banking house and lot. no authority to appoint other officers 1,301.58 Current Expenses ih their places. 1,000,00 Furniture and Fixtures. 12th, Because on the 30th day Jan. Deutfrln suits 777.80 1895 an election was held in East and West Hartford precincts in the towu $90,202.27 of Hattford, y for the purpose of LIABILITIES. taking the sense of the legal voters of 830,000.00 said town, who were qualified to vote Capital Stock 5,041.80 for county officers, upon the proposiSurplus 2,731.82 tion whether or not, splrltous, vinous Undivided TrofiU 52,188.00 and malt liquors should be sold in said Individual Deposits 3,090.00 town or whether or not the law in TimeDepwiti 251.09 force, prohibiting the sale, barter or Duo Banks 2,000.00 loan of, and traffic in such liquors In Bills ItedlecQunted said town should become inoperative and clerk of the 890.202.27 and that the judge Ohio Connty Court were Injolned John C, Rilkv, Cashier. from putting the certificate of election Subscribed and sworn to before me to record, and the action has never by John C, Riley, Caahter, this Juno 29,1895. JoiwTMoow8,N.P,0.0, la the Court of Appeals, and Jot: that - , 12o Grass cloth at 7c 20c Fine dress linen at 12Ac 18c Dret'S gingham nt lie 15c Drew gingham at 121c lOo Dress gingham at 8c 80 Dress gingham at Go , 6c CLecso cloth at . 40 5 Patterns woolen dress goods left, former price 81.25 per ard, now oflcred at 85c , 50c Swivel silk, assorted colors 35c . 60o Fancy Mlk, assorted colors at 40c '. 10c turkey red table linen at 30c 50c Checked red table linen at 35c COc Bleached table linen, bordered, at , , 45a 45c Unbleached table liuen at 35c .47-JG5c Bleached table linen at 18c Best bed ticking, one yard wido, at 15c 35c Chemisette, assorted sizes and colors, at 25c 30c Chemisettes, assorted sizes and colors, at 20c v , 50c Ladies vests at 35c , 4O0 Ladies vests at 25o 35c Ladies vests at .20c 20c Ladies vests at 15c 15c Ladies vests at. i 10c 10c Ladies vests at ". SJ $1.25 Warner's Health corset nt 81.00 : 95o $1.10 R.&G. Corset at , Three spools of thread 5c A big line of Lace and Embroidery sold at less than manufacturers' prices. Everything else sold in proportion to the above list. Will take your Eggs, Butter, Feathers, Meat,Lard, Wool, Hides, Wheat, Corn and Hay in exchange for Goods, and pay highest market prices for same. tfONT FORGET THE PLACE THE! STORE J. B. FOSTER, Proprietor, reas'on the judge of the Ohio County Court had no authority to call the election of June 17th, 1895, and that said election was nnd'is void 13th, Because James O. Foster and J, K. Davidson applied to the officers that were holding the alleged election on June 17th, 1895 in West Hattford precinct, between the hours of 7 a. m. and 4 p. nt, on June 17th, 1895 and demanded of said officers a ballot and a tight to vote in said election, all of which were refused them by said officers, that said Foster and Dadvidson were citizens nnd legal voters of the town of Hartford, Ky., on June 17th, 1895, and had resided in the state of Ky., for more than one year and in the county ol Ohio for more than 6 months and in West Hattford 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 nnd 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 tlon is illegal and void. HitAVRiN & Taylor, GUWN & Wrdpino J. 1 Sucdkrpur, Attorneys for Contestants. A lovely girl who graced the convention tills week was Miss Lizzie Walker, the daughter of Judge Dud-le- y Walker, or Hartford. Miss Walker is a tall, slender, brown-hiirebeauty, a brilliant and blue-eywriter and a thoroughly womanly woman. She created (julet a sensation when she attended the meeting ol the Association of Western Writers, and has recently been complimented by being made one of the honorary Vice Presidents of the as Louisville Times. sociatlon. d ed BANK-f- HARTFORD A amnil Hnrbcrito Will be given by U. B. Lodge No. 1399 Mountain Nero at Hamilton Mines at Hamilton Park, Saturday, July 27, 1995. A grand march from McIIenry to Hamilton at ten o'clock sharp, a. m. and music by the McIIenry and Taylor Mines Brass Bands Beaver Dam, Greenville, Bevier, Taylor Mines, Hattford and nil other Lodges are invited, Tte Hattford Brass Band is invited to be present. Amusements of the day will be a fine Dancing Ground, Croquet and Swing- ing and various other amusements will be furnished. Music by the McIIenry String Band for those who trip the "light fantastic." A fine match game oi base ball will be plays cd in the afternoon. Moonlight picnic at night as long as you wish to stay. Barbecued meat, Ice Cream, Milkshakep Lemonade, all kinds of fruit and nuts will be on hand in will be abundance. Good order maintained throughout the day.Cotne one and all. R. D. BI.ACK, Ch'm'n. W. B. McRrvnoms, Sec'y. c ' On July 4H1 extra passenger trains will be run between Cecilia and Greenville for the accommodation of all who wish to attend celebration at those aud all intermediate points. Train going east leave Beaver Dam at 8 30 a. m. returning arrive at o 37 p. iu. special train east for Leitch field will leave Beaver Dam at 7.53 p. m. Tickets on sale at one fare for round Excursion. trip. Tickets on sale to Hardin Springs, Ky., at 3 85 for the round trip till Sept 30th, 1895, good for 40 days from date of sale. On account 6f the Monster Celebration by the United Brothers ot Friendship, Sisters of the Myaterious Ten nnd Juveniles at Princeton, Ky.,on July 6th, 1895, a special train will leave Beaver Dam at 7.50 a. tn. and arrive at Princeton 10.50 a. m. Returning leave Princeton at 6 30 p, iu. only $( 50 for the round tiip.good tilt July If. Mruuick, Agt. 7th to return. 1" - Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castorla r Wo have tho larg- - est circulation, Hartford Republican rUDl.ISIIKU KVIlKY NAM A. butc want more. Romjom- - bor $1.25 goto U t J from ThoIRo publican UIIOMWttl.I,. and Louisville Commor cinl one yoar. Gov. Drown lias withdrawn the race for (ho V, S. Senate. FWDAY MOIUUNO JO. II. notauw AM1!IINI.. Gns. Green Clay Smith, soldier, ..Proprietor. statesman and preacher is dead. Keillor, Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. 1'riday, July, 5, 1895. STATE SENATOR., The trial of Sponcor, ono of tho mon charged with tho murder of Mnj. A. G, Hamilton at Morgautown last April, is on trial at that place. Wit arc authorized to announce Tho papers uro full of reports of Dk. A. D. Jambs, Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate soli murder, ovidenco enough that a lor State Senator in Uic 8th Senatorial great many peoplo beliovo with Bob District, subject to the action of the Ingcrsoll that suicido is not sin, Republican party. REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce Usq. W. I. Kowb, Oi Centcrtown, as a candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Republic- Kentucky Populists are in session y an party. in Loulsvillo yesterday and for tho pdrposo of nominating candidates for Stato Offices. Hon. Thos.S. Fettit, of Owensboro, will bo nominated for Governor, Mr. Tom Cooper has accepted ft position In W. N. Martin's store. Ropublican Stato Tiokot. Mrs. Gore, of Owensboro, returned V. 0. JJradloy. Governor The State Convention of Teachers home last week after several week's Sarsa- Licut.Governor W. J. Worthing held at Lexington was attended visit at her son's, Mr. W. N. Gore. partlla COO teachers ton. by about from different Miss Eflle Kahn left last Saturday person. Onr littlo boy Auditor S. II. Stono. parts of tho State and much interest for Calhoon? Mr. A. Thomas and has been troubled! Secretary of State Chas. Finley. was manifested. family, Louisville, were the guests of Lexington enter with hU throat but Treasures Mr. John Martin's family Saturday Geo. W. Long. taincd her guests in royal style. ilne taking Hood's Barsaparllla, eorenet and Sunday. aud hoareencei hare gone and he le better Attorney General W. S. Taylor. convene July 10th with First M F. Oclnnmnln. In health." JIeb. Mattib Qttt-roThe second International Conven- Church, Heaver Dam: Mtssjanle Wilson returned home Superintendent of Public Instruc"Is your sister at home, Johnny?" Dukedom, Tenneeice. Ort Hood'a: tion of tho Epworth League met at from a three week's visit In tion W, J. Davidson. "Nosir; she bas'nt returned from Saturday Evening services 8:30. Sermon, Hood's Pills become the farorlto eathar-tt-o Bowling Green. with everyone who trlea them, tec per box. Register of Land Office C. 0. Chattanooga last week and on Friday July nth. Morning 8:30 to 9 a. m. the academy." Misses Annie and Mamie Borah morning the members held a sunrise Prayer and Pentecostol services. "What Academy?" Reynolds. to 9 Sroy steam Laundry, left g Central City on LookoutMountain. Commissioner of Agriculture Lui 10:45 a. m Organization, n a. 111. 'Why, haven't you heard that she theyThursday for several weeks whete will spend OwKNsnono, Ky. visitTho meeting was very pleasant and Sermon anJjalterservices. Alternoon is an instructress at the bicycle cas Moore. enjoyable, we are told, but there are Does finest work of any laundry in p. M. Conference business. school teaches the women to ride ing friends nnd relatives. 2 to s KAlLliOAI) COMMISSIONER. Mr. Ashby, Evansvllle.wasln town many scarred and battered old genthe West. No injurious iugre-dlcEvening 8:15 p. in. Sermon by and selU them bloomers and things?" First District Jerry Porter. "Well are your father and mother Saturday and Sunday. used. tlemen scattered over the country J. W. Turner. Work all guaranSecond District H. S. Irwin. Rev. Finley, Morgantown.preached teed to give satisfaction. PatThe above will apply to everyday in" who can tell of a meeting held on this "No, sir; they are out in the park Mrs. Harrison Fener's funeral Sunday rons' linen insured against fire samo mountain some thirty years of the Conference except Saturday afNOTICE. SPECIAL at Green River Church. while in the laundry, ago or moro which was characterized ternoon when the Fourth Quarterly on their new Tandems." Mr. Bob Herald and family, Little "Your brother Bob is traveling, Conference will be held. All the offby much greater warmth than the Laundry sent on Tuosday and Bend, were the guests of Mr. Cyrus Wo have mado repeated appeals to icial members of the circuit are exisn't he?" League ' returned on Saturday although . "Yep; he's with one of the big race Taylor nnd family Sunday. pected to be on hand with reports. subscribers who aro in arrears with tho old time meeting by his upright business principles, como off in the Miss Lizzie Wright, Madisonvllle, teams. I tell you he's acrack-a-jacof each week- J. B. Pkrryman, Pastor. , us; 'some have responded cheerfully autumn. make him a successful as well as a reWins a bushel of diamonds and gold came over to our town Monday. markable man. InICK County Askoclntlnn. and paid ono year in advance, others Hattib. Otrlotly Cacftu The ladies of Ohio county ought to It again becomes my duty to call cups every week. Waiter M. 1'atb, Agt. Should the people frcm the counhave paid no attention to our no"And where are the twins?" Rervona 1'rople. be getting their handy work ready to the attention of the (47) forty seven Hartford, Ky. "They've got Rover, our dog, out And those who are all tired out and exhibit at the Floral Hall. The intices. To all those who have paid wo try persist in riding and driving up churches and (7,010) seven thousand and down on our sidewalks when membership, composing this body, to in the barn and are teaching him to have that tired feeling or sick headare very thankful, to those who have ducements offered are greater than at "Ilonr Io Cure nil Nhln IHenr." they are in town such another howl the fact that our next anniversary is ride the new quadricycle which has ache can be relieved of all these ordinary Fairs. Besides the premium not paid, we atk you again to call or would be raised Simply apply "Swayne'a Oinas has not been heard rapidly approaching and that it be- just been invented for household symptoms by taking Hood's Sarsapa-rillgiven to the best specimen of work of tment" No internal medicine requirsend in that subscription account you in forty generations. which gives nerve, mental and its class, And yet the hooves you to see to it that your pets." there will be given a $1 to ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all "But how does it happen that you bodily strength nnd thoroughly puri- Packard Organ for best display in the eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav-In- g owe. We are at a great expense ev- log man with his yoke of oxen and preparations to meet the responsibilifies the blood. It also creates, a good the skin clear, while and healthy. are not riding a wheel too?" ery week and MUST havo what is loaded wagon has as much right to ties oi that occasion are perfected. hall and a premium of $25 in gold to "Sprained my ankle training for appetite, cures indigestion, heartburn the best display from each county rep Its great healing nnd curative powers drive over our sidewalks as our On Tuesday after the second Sunare possessed by no other remedy. due us on subscription. Look at tho Buffalo BxpresK. and dyspepsia. young friends who persist in riding day in August at the First Church in the race." resented by at least four displays. Ask your druggist lor SwAY.vit's label on your paper and you will see their bicycles on the side walk. Tho Owennboro, it will become yonr duty Hood's Pills ore easy to take, easy Anyone desiring any information re- Ointment. 34 iyr. That scrofulous taint which has how much you are indebted to us, bicycle is all right. We have no fight by Letters and Messengers to report garding premiums, or wanting proin nction and sure in effect. 25c been in your blood for years, will be grams, the Secretary, Robert T, and don't rest until you havo paid it against tho bicycle.Our only regret is to that body all your doings for the expelled by taking Hood's Sarsapa-rillI.lqnnr Denim llnrrnl. off. Your subscription account is that we haven't one to pedal around past year, together with a full statist The Owensboro Baptist says: "The Smith, Sorgho, y., will cheerfully the great blood purifier. tical statement of all your ingathergeneral association at Paducah passed and freely furnish the same on applijust as essential as any account and on ourself, but then the bicycle Jtillilrml. to be kept in its place like any ings and disbursements for the past the following resolution: "It is the cation or you can call at Z Wayne The Board of Directors of the Bank you ought to pay it just tho same as ought year, what you have given to the sense of this body that none of our Griffin & Bro.'s drugstore, Hartford, other horse. of Ha it fore have this day declared a cause of Missions and Education, any other account, and you will conchurches should retain In their mem- Ky. dividend of four percent, what you have given to our Orphan fer a great favor on us by us paying bership any persons who are engaged TnE cowardly straddle which tho children and other objects of Charity, on the capital stock, payable on de- in the retail or wholesale liquor busion AT ONCE. Democratic Convention has attempt mand. Jons C. Rilbv, Cashier. what you have given to the support ness.' " ed in the present Stato campaign is June 29, 1895. Tun Republican County Conven-tic- n but another evidenco that the Demo-- , ofrour pastors and paid other ex.. Plenty of good feed st Field & penses at home, also to report what House at The Iteiiiiloit. will meet at tho Court cratio party will nlways sacrifice prin- progress you have made as a church do 1895 The Soldiers Reunion at Calhoou 1 o'clock p. m. on Monday, July 22, ciple for power. The Convetion re foreshadow, what important enter-- j yesterday was largely attended and i:il rerkln on ColnnRe. instead of at 10 a. m. as advertised affirmed the National Democratic prises you propose prosecuting if any all who altctdcd enjoyed a pleasant If I owned a silver mine in Colorado, in the call of the Convention. platform or 1892, which is either and especially do not forget to give a day. settle-mont.wi- th elseThe day was beautiful and an Mr. editor, I wouldgoforfreecolnage, us Free Silver or Btraddle. The people full report of your Sunday School excellent program was rendered to because it would double the value of A kteh a prolonged contest which expected the Democratic party of work and not neglect to increase your the entire satisfaction of all. An ex- my mine. If I owned a coal mine in created an interest in school circles Kentucky to say in terms that could contributions to the Printing Fund cellent lunch was servod at 12 o'clock, Scranton nnd a political party prooutside of Louisville, tho School not be misunderstood where the party that you may receive more and better which suited the taste of the most posed to double the price of coal I Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder Board of that city have ousted Prof. World's Pair HljheJt AwsrA. This Minutes than heretofore. Say now, fastidious. stood on the money question. Alternoon several good would go for that party. Klicnschmidt of the Manual Training are you ready to meet and discharge speeches were rnade and the business But why should the coal miner or thoy failed to put into their platform School std employed Piof. II. B colRepub- bo compelled, and then to add insult to injury and all these duties? If not, only five of the meeting Nas transacted. We wheat raiser who is selling his coal Brownwell, of Chicago, as his succut a "coram' and a goin'," they put weeks remain in which to make all failed to learn the officers for the en- and wheat for coined silver as gold Commer-cial,kee- p cessor. amends. It is very desirasuing year. The meeting adjourned get caught by the silver fallacy? a Free Silver enthusiast upon this necessary ble also that the churches be fully at When I asked a silver miner who o'clock, after one of the most 4.30 that tho Sound once. Bome, Ga., has a new departure platform hoping represented. pleasant as well as profitable days claimed that free coinage would doubon tho Woman's Bight question in Money Democrats may bo satisfied Will you see to it that your church years. le the price of silver if ft would change $1.25 S6 tho form of a woman who is a street with the bastard platform and that sends a full delegation? Our cause the value of gold, he said: car driver, and tho women barbers are the Free Silrer men will be carried imperiously demands that our forthoffice "No, sir. Gold will purchase just llnve yon Ilotl'ft Till. your anbacrlp- We offer One Hundred Dollars re- the same. It will purchase the same lion for ISBOTrewttf raising all manner of sand in New away with the candidate and thus by coming meeting shall be made a Our ward for any case of Catarrh that can- amount of sugar meat and bread and York. What is to become of the compromising party honor nnd play grand and influential one. Itrpubllcau Convention, men folks, tho lord perhaps dosen't iug ''party perfidy" for all it will brethren at Owensboro who have so not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. the same amount of labor. Our labor can mo A delegate county convention bear elect the ticket in November. kindly invited us there, and who are F J. CuitNKisv &Co., Toledo, 6. has been paid In silver as good as just yet know. is called to meet in Hartford, Ky. people are up to making such liberal preparation for Vain hope. The We the undersigned, have known gold." ono of At the court house, Mouday, July 22, those old tricks. A party which can not bo dependIt was this same the occasion will not be satisfied with P. J. Chenney for the last isycars and I showed the Times paragraph to a field. ed upon to declare its principles and party that nominated tho Union Gen- anything less, than a firstsclass meets believe him perfectly honorable in all Randall Democrat today and he said: 1895 at 1 o'clock to nominate a Republican candidate for Representative business transactions and financially to nominate a candidato for a high of. eral McClelland on a platform which Ing. "You should have a tearful pity for from Onio ccunty, in the next session er flee who is in accord with his party declared the War a failure, Tho ac. DemoThen let us have a grand gathering able to carry out any obligation made those of the General Assembley Of the comcrats. They have been whipped out C. nnd the platform on which he is nomtion of the Democratic party then of the Hosts of our beloved Zion, that by the firm. O. C. monwealth of Ky. It is ordered that entrusted They are on inated, can not be was not more cringing than its action we may devisegreat things for a great West nnd Tiuax,Wohlesale Druggists of every argument. Saturday July 20, 1895 conventions ashamed of free trade, ashamed of tryand good cause. Being conscious that Toledo, 0. with the administration of tho affairs now. be held in each voting precinct in llniriltitee on Niimlny, the number of such Meetings that I Walding, Klnnan and Marvin, Whole- ing to sink a republic and trying to Ohio county to select delegates to of so great a Stato as Kentucky, Taking effect May a6th the Iouis-vlll- e, the sale Druggists, Toledo, O. put a negro on a throne in Hawaii, The sharp hunting club sports from shall attend on Earth are constantly Tho double geared straddle won't St. Iuls & Texas Railroad will Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- and there is nothing left but suicide convention called for July 22. tho various cities played with the growing fewer and fewer, only intenwork. Each precinct shall have, in the sell on every Sunday round trip ticknally, acting directly upon the blood by free trade." last Legislature on tho Game Law sifies my desire that they shall be betcounty convention one vote for each ets between all its stations ,qn main I met a lonely Christian man over twenty-fiv- e Dr. Buchanan, the noted wifo in a manner which should make every ter and better and better as the days and mucous surfaces ot the system. votes, cast in such pre-f- line at one fare for the round trip. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. on the D., L. & W. the other day. man blush with shame. go by. Moreover, I am only the murderer, was electrocuted at Sing John W. Lewis at the November Tickets ore good on date of sale, good per bottle. Sold by at Druggists. He used to be a protective tariff ReSing, Now York, Monday. His long Not satisfied with having tho farmer more anxious to meet those who have 1894 election, and one for each fracreturning same dav. This gives ev49 At publican nnd said grace at table and (rial occupying six weeks boforo the boy prohibited from trapping quail, loved and honoied me and who have tion of such vote over twelve. eryone an opportunity to visit one of loved his Bible class. and labor and He had Said precinct conventions are called the largest cities or spend a day with jury, "together with tho bitter fight oven on his father's farm, they set stood by me in trials Miss Ella Hunter returned to her changed in looks. His nose was red. amid the darkest hours striving to to meet at two o'clock p. 111. their frieudsalongtheline. Forfurth-- er for both the Commonwealth and tho about nnd had the Legislature dehome ntiPleasant Ridge Tuesday, He was unshaved and smelted ot to- build up the Daviess County AssociaThe East and West Hartford Information call on ngeht or ad defendant, covering almost two years clare that tho hunting season should after spending several days visiting bacco and beer. J. S. Coleman, Moderator. tion. shall be held together. The dress H. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A.. makes this ono of tho roost famous last only six weeks from November Miss Susie Yelscr. "I suppose you area protective tar- two Fordsville precincts shall hold Louisville, Ky. Ho suffered tho 15 to January 1 thus giving the city cases on record. I'orctil n Check. Au Ailtrrluriiicnl in Iho nnjior l iff man and believe in sound money?" convention as oue precinct. The vo death penalty for poisoning his wife sports nil the opportunity they deThe Owensboro Messenger ol TuesI said. ttorllitwoon Iho lenro. ters In the Olaton precinct will vote Tho World's in order to obtain her money. sired and almost completely closing day contained the following: Tests "No," he said in a shamed kind of in precinct 91.000111 old lUeii Aw ny in I'rlzm. conventions held In out tho bunting by the country peoshowed no baking powder "Harry McFerran, a young man For the best pictures taken. Oa a way. "I've gone back on the meeting-in which they voted at the Nov. Tun placing of five out of uino of ple. But oven this was not all. Tho who with bis father has, for several November 15th, 1895, we "shall give house, gone back on the clean old so pure or so great In Icav 1894 election. tho old officials on tho Democratic usual restrictions wcro laid upon kill-lyears been engaged In selling West- away One Thousand Dollars in gold Republican party and" enlng power as iho Royal. The following is the vote each prefor the best pictures taken by the Stato ticket for this year gives the "And what else have you done?" cinct will squirrels until after Juno 16th, ern horses in this section, was arCamera. have iu the county convenyoung Democrats very littlo to hopo as has been tho Jaw tor sovernl years, j rested and put in Jail at Rockport Notice Hon nIVelernuN, I Intel rupted, The prizes will be awarded as foltion. AU former members of Cicero Max for, in tho way of future recognition. turuay on a cnarge 01 lorgery. uie lows: $200 In gold will be given for he said, as a blush of "Well," but after the general Game Law had j Ha'rjford 8 well Camp Sons of Veterans, nnd any A party so manipulated by rings and been passed nnd approved tno sharp j charge, It is said, was pieierreu the best picture taken by this Cam-er- shame came over his face, ."I've be- Beaver Dam 5 son of a Veteran, 18 years of age and $100 for the second best! $50 for come a a e' cliques as to relufo to go beyond tho ers again got in their work and had by the proprietor of the Veranda Sulphur Springs best; $15 for the fourth the third 7 over, who may wish to join the order, limited circle of tho favored few to tho law in so far as it protected gray hotel at Rockport, who had cashed best; $15 lor the filth best; $10 for the Democrat! Oh! I've done It!" and Cool Springs a nre requested to meet at the some checks for him which proved ou sixth best, aud lor the next 40 best $5 then the tears poured down his chee' a Court candidates merits little or squirrels repealed chooso its in n later bill. 5 House in Hartfotd Saturday July 6th, Investigation to be no good. The de- each will be given; for the next 80 and pattered do wn on a copy oi the McIIenry no Bupport from that class of young Thustlicio is no law and lias been Horse Branch 5 at two o'clock p. in, tails of the transaction could not be best $2 50 each will be given, and for Times, men who aro by dint of work nud none for moro than a year protectFordsville 10 C. M. Barnett, Capt. learned. It was said that McFerran, the next 200 best pictures taken by "What did you do this dreadful Aetnavllle study, qualifying themselves for plao-o- s ing gray squirrels at all, but comparatthe Lacrosse Camera Si each will be 2 Jo B.RooKRS.Searg't. who not long ago married a young given, making in all $1, 000 given thing for, Charlie?" I asked. Gen. Hardin has ively few persons, outsido of the of usefulness. , , . 6 Centertown peolady at Madisonville, expected bis away. "Well, I did It to disgrace an uncle Small House .' often eaten at the public crih,E0 that It plo who engineered 3 the scheme friends to help him out of the diffiWe shall do this for two reasotiB, of mine." Attention Republicans. Rockport may be said that but thrco out of tho through the Legislature, know auy. 5 culty. His father, who was in Rock- viz: The first to introduce the La"What did he do to you?" I asked. Roslne The County Convention lieitofore crosse Camera for 1895; the second, nino candidates como from tho ranks thing about 7 it, and many aro yet port at the time of the arrest, is se- to educate the amateuis in phonogra "Why, he swindled me out of my Cromwell 6 called to meet at Hartford y July of tho peoplo, whilo tho other six f of it. Many a country boy has riously sick. mis contest closes on Novem- property; he broke up my family, Beda at, 1895 will select delegates to reprephy. .' Tho tho office holders. 4 como from ber 1st, 1895. waited and waited until after June nnd the only way I could disgrace Select sent Ohio county in the Senatorial 3 young Kentucky Democrat who ox-- , 15 obeying a law that has long been This camera can be used by anyone blm was to become a Democrat," ami Known Her. Convention for the 7th Dlst, of Ky. Shreve 3 Wednesday's Louisville Times has and Is sold under a positive written then' he wrung his hands. pects anything from his party but repealed, while the scheming tcamps guimitce to do the work or money . . 6 which hasbeen called for .August Magan the following to say of Mr, Jo A.Parktho party lash beforo tho election and "What Is your uncle doing now?" Buford refunded. y. from tho cities Imye gone on killing , . . 1 7th 1895 at Greenville, er, who "set type" on the. Kentucky tho cold shoulder after, is a long way Sent by express with fnll InstrucI asked. U. D. Gui'KY Ch'm'n squirrels and laughing at tho mean Progress at this place in '83, Harriett 3 Mr. tions and tules governing this confrom taw. "Well, he's pounding stones In Uie Heftln W. A. Giuson, Secy, trick thoy played upon their country Paikcrhas many friends here who test upon receipt ol express money , 2 Sing Sing penitentiary." cousins. We favor the protection of will be glad tokrynvlio is fast coming order lor $ 75. By order of the County Executive-Committee-.' By heavens, Charlle" I said, Remember. A Written 6uarantee tho game, but wo believe that those to the front in his party, although LUHtS ViHrkt All ItSt IAIL&. E, I). Guffy, Ch'tu'n. The U. S. Gov't Reports ' ISJ Hel Pomm Binin. Um Goes with Itvury Camera, j "you have disgraced nihil" who support that garao by furnishW. A. Gibson, Sec'y, militia. Kid nrdruffuiau. show Royal Baking Powder they don't agree with hi in politically: ri Address, LiCrosse Specialty Co,, ELI PERKINS. Haitford, Ky., Junefith 1895, ing woods and fields for its Imbila- "Among the delegates to the Popu- - LiCioftcWIs. superior to all others. 981 Madison avenu, N, Y. Crttct, j Chicago, has been appointed. an party. We are authorized to announce C. M. Barnett A candidate to represent Ohio county in the next House ol Representatives, subject to the action oi the Republic- As a result of a disagreement with Secretary Morton, of tho Agricultural, Bureau, Prof. M W. Harrington, Chief of tho Weather Bureau has resigned and Mr. Willis L. Moore, of tiou should have nfair fliow nod tlmti list convention to morrow now in tl e our Legislatures keep tho wool from' city is Jo A. Parkor, a very young man, who is rapidly coming to the over their oyes hereafter. front In tlio councils of his party in The Indianapolis Journal has the this State. He Is the editor of the following facts about a free silver Kentucky Populist, n weekly organ country, which may be of interest to p'ublishednt Padncaii, and he gains worklngmen who have beeu told that I no little notoriety by being placed on free silver will bring them better the National Committee by the Com-- . limes: Organization of I uilitcc on Permanent "The smellers of silver oro ill Hint Memnhla rnnlWrnr Mexico are as skilled as those in the Mr. Parker is the Populist ctndt United States, but the latter get from dnte for the legislature in McCracken $' 75 to f3 a day m Omaha, jvhllfjn ' county, and he professes tq belie ve Monterey the Mexican "smelter gels that he will c eleetdY' qui seventy-liv- e cents a uay, wmcu is 'While the advocates of sound equal to thirty-seve- n and a half cents, United States money. Bricklayers in money in New York are calmly and the City of Mexico get forty cents a decorously dclending their financial day on the silver basis. The clerk position the political harvest fields oi in a stpre who draws between $25 and the West are being ravaged by a po$50 a month regards himself as most litical potato bug called. "Coin's Finauclftt School." It Is a little book prosperous, yet his $15 has the purchasable pawcr of only $12,50 of of 150 loose p.iges, half truth nnd half United States money. The most ex- lies, plausible, fallacious, adroit, Impert carpenters get but sixty cents in pudent, breezy, reckless and western. Mexican silver for a day's labor. It is as persistent, pcrnicous and The laboring classes live in wretched pestiferous as the Canada thistle or huts and cat the poorest of food. the linglish sparrow. It has the un- Yet Mexico stamps all the silver Its healthy growth of n weed, to thrive mints can hand! that is, it has the thrive when trodden on, and has thus free and unlimited coinage of silver- - far successfully defied the asttemps to at the ratio of a little less than 16 to stamp it out or stay Its spred. Are-war- d for the extirpation of this liter nry weed would bo n boon to the I'roRrfiiu country " Ex Of the District Conference which will We had a very severe rain here Thursday night doing a great deal of damage. Mr. I.lge Mauzy, Rochester, was in town Friday. We have a splendid Sabbath School at this place, Inst Sunday was review lesson and we had ngood lesson. Mr.Prcston Gliltstrap's little girl is very low at this writing with typhoid fever. Mrs. Willis Glllstrap returned home last Friday from n weeks visit nt Drakcoboro. Mr. A. Leach and family went to Evansvlllc last week. Miss Alice Edmonds is the gust of Miss Effic Kahn. Mr. C. C. Board has been on the sick list for several days. Mr. Henry Leach will teach the fall school at this place. Mr. Bud Gentry has moved liito Mr. Ed Tilford's residence. Mr. Frank Glllstrap is Improving M, v WM. F. RAPIER, The proprietor of the ELLENDALE FAIR & STOCK FARM, near Curds-vlllKy., is nufong the best known men in Western entucky. His training and breeding stables first brought him into notice several years ago and the grand success of his 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 gmudeurof his new Fair buildings and the beauty of his large aud up to date program, makes assurance doubly sure that his claim that his Fair is THE Fair of the Green River country, is simply the truth, Suite.'' last Fair he has planted out hundreds ol 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 also made a new Race Track; half mile regulation 50 feet in width. The large 3 story Hotel is uearing completion; the Floral Hall is well under way, as is also the 200 foot addition to the grand-stand- . All the buildings are large, substantial, and convenient. The enterprise isone of such magnitude that but very few men could pro ject or plan it, and fewer could carry out the details to a successful finish. Mr. Rapier's clear judgment, indomU table energy and perseverance, backed mm Gupton Mr. Mattte Dukedom, tfenn. Gave New Life deal of good. I liav been safferer from lok headache and neuralgia nfatly all my life. The palni had become 10 Interne that raj bandt would cramp for hours so that I could not 019 them. The doctor told my huiband there waa little help for me. The different medlclnea tried had KTtttly dliheartened mo. Slnceuilngtwo bottle ol Hood's Banaparllla I hare real-tie- d relief, io much so that I feci like a new 8lok Hendaoho and Nournlgtn Oured by Hood's. "nood'i SanaptrllU hu dons m trot at this writing. Hooch Fiyt(i ures prayer-meetin- nts prayer-mcctm- g, kl Tna, a, a, semi-annu- NOTICE. To tho Tax Payers of Ohio County: I take this method of Get our prices notifying you that picnic bills and we your Taxes for the your work. Best year arc due, work guaranteed.See andlam COMPELLbefore going ED to make a where. the State Auditor in a very short time, and will to Read The lect the monoy at lican and posted.Only you will call at por year. my at once and settle your Tax or you or hnu my deputies in the free-tra- free-silv- Yours Very Truly, P. Keown,S. or d pre-cinc- ts pre-cln- ts Fair ug sse free-trad- e .... ... ",..,.. 1 fwu-i6o.i- l KMIl?MI)i',lilMnrJi . . r"Br' 'W " - -- -- V T F f VTWJf h 1 III liilnrMMtM! T . i' IT rlr''.w8 rrf wjf M.7w9TflPPpreT!PPPwTWT pT 1 1 FAIR BROS. & CCM- - Awarded Highest Honors Wo'rld'j Fair. su MMER Kow ghat ihe ,T BARGAIN Summer Ullfek CREAM DR; IN ACAVE A Den of Counterfeit- Common wealth of Kontucky Ohio County Court. To AM. IT MAY CoNCaRN: -- VALUESin Notice ers Unearthed near Oiaton and all of Them Captured. ay Season is for advanced wo havo decided to close out our entire line of summer goods at cost. Notice our prices,. Wash Dress goods: l- BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. Free A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or ny other adulterant. mmm E. Pendleton is on Examining Trial of Two at Hartset for To-dford and Two Monday at Louisville. VERY SLICK CITIZENS. " " 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. - 10o for Corcaa crepes, very stylish lOo " Morlay cloth for waist lQc " yard wido pcrcals lOo rt llguicd ducks , 10"o Wc can't be undersold. Carson & Co. Dr. 4 J. list. f tlsick lCc " Irish lawn " colored mulls pink, blue, 'r.yiaoax'.x t Come to Carson & Co. for Furni- ture, red Mr. T. in town. 10c ", Marquiso conlolles 12Ac " fincst.quallly, American saline 15o J. Neafus, Howes Valley, Is Stand-for- d J wool challlcs, worth 20o', ,?,., o A. r Mr. G. G. Fair returuedfrom 30c lCc lOtf 7o lOo " nil wool challlcs, worth 50o$ " nice quality black lawn " doited swim " pretty dress gingham " fino zephyrs ginghams Wednesday. Mr. R. P. Hocker, the popular Beaver Dam merchant, was in town Monday. 18o 5c 30o " pretty Scotch ginghams worth " best new prints " nicest wash silk, worth GOc 25c Note these prices, jthey are 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. . Attorney J. W. Ly tie , Owensboro, In Hartford Wednesday to spend several days. Henry J. Shelds, the Australian Wonder, will give an exhibition at the Court House top!ght. Miss Elizabeth Callaway and her sister, Miss Camllic, arrived in Hart, ford Wednesday and will spend a few days visiting Mrs. Spalding. Mr. Jas. R. Addlngton and Miss Sibelia Ashby were married Wednesday evening at the residence of Sylvester Barnes, near Centertown. arrived Trot. Rhoads, Prof. Colemant Miss Rosa Crittenden and others are attending themceting of State Teachers' Association at Lexington this week. s Frankfort Capital. A WORD .P2 In regard to our closing out sale in Millinery. 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 lino cheap for cash. FAIR BROS. ft CO., plarlford gemple of fashion Friday, July Sec our Clothing. Mr. and Mrs. 5, 1895, ' In the Daviess Circuit Court'Wcd-ncsdayM- rs Helen Iglehart was awarded f 7,000' damages against Win, who killed her husband last spring. She sued for $15,009. Marralge license: James R. Adding- too to Miss Sibelia Ashby, Jas W. Rowe to Miss Rosa Carson, Henry C. Carter to Miss Vallie Williams, Wm. II. Evans to Miss Sudie Griffith We were honored by a call last Friday from Miss Mercedes Gufly,. of Hartford, accompanied by her uncle J. M. Carson. Miss Mercedes Is the bright little daughter of the Hon. E. Green River Republican. D. Gufiy. g, See our furniture. Carson & Co. Is In Carson&Co. Field are In h. Rev. R A. Crowe, Louisville a town. Mr. W. P. Condict, Point Pleasant, was In town Wednesday. Mrs. W. L. Spalding Louisville Wednesday. J X. Supt. Sbultz informs us that he now has the balance of the money due the teachers of Ohio county and will begin Monday mailing checks to the different teachers, and if you should not receive your money in a short while writt him, and it will be promptly attended to. On last Saturday evening Sheriff Wallace of Grayson county arrested two men by the name of Taylor near the Grayson and Ohio line and lodged them in the Leitch field jail to answer a charge ot burglary and it turned out that they had been passing counterfeit money, and they were also held for that On Sunday Sheriff Wallace sent Tames Gary, of Spring Lick, to Oiaton and Sunday night he arrived with W. E. and Michael brothers, charged with counterfeiting. The prisoners were taken to Leitcli field and the Federal authorities at Louisville telegraphed. No reply was had and on Tuesday the Hcndricksons were brought and lodged In jail here, as they had been arrested in this county. Wednesday night Deputy Gary and Mr. "Brat W. Jenkins, of the U. S. Treasury Secret Service, came to Hartford after the Hendricksons to take them to Louisville for examining trial Monday before the Commissions er. Their examining trial had been set before Judge Morton for and Ills Honor and the Jailor refused to give up the prisoners until they had answered the charge made against them by the Commonwealth. Messrs. Jenkins and Gary went away on the noon train yesterday leaving the Hendrickson brothers safe In Castle Black. They claimed to be from Pennsylvania, but on Wednesday they wrote a letter directing it to Ash ville, N. C, ask ing money of a friend and begging that their trouble not be told to their mother. These parties have been operating In a cave near Oiaton for some time and although their quarters are located Within forty yards of the public road they have escaped detection un til now. The good people of Oiaton are glad to sec the last of the gang, and as there nre strong cases against them there is little doubt they will each go up for a good sound term. Their make of silver dollars is said to be very fine and save as to weight very hard to detect from the genuine doln, is hereby given that Isaac Foster, William Foster, J, S. Vaught, J. S. Coleman, G. J. Bean, G. B. Williams, J. L. Carson, W. II. Mauzy.P.E.Nel. son and Jesse Potter, all of whom arc citizens of Hartford, Ky., and legal voters in said town, and who were such citizens and voters on the 17th day of June, 1895, will and do hereby, contest the election held at the voting precincts In Hartford, Ky., on the 17th day of June 1895, for the purpose ot taking the sense of legal voters in said (own, who were qualified to vote for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not splrltous, vinous and malt liquors shall be sold in said town, or whether or not the law then In force, prohibiting the sale, barter or loan of, and traffic In such liquors in said town, should become inoperative. Said contest is, and will be, made upon the following grounds, 1st, Because in East Hartford precinct the following persons voted in said election of June 17II1 1895, who were not legal voters in the town of Hartford, Ky., and not entitled to vote in said election, viz: Will Jackson, Amos Taylor, Lee B. Mills aud Wrlliam Stone, none of whom were citizens of said town and had not resided in Bald 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, Dee Bacon, Riley Griffin, Ed Griffin, Louis Allen, Wat Eidson, John King, Robert McGee, Jack Collins and Nelsc Coleman, neither of whom were citizens of the town of Hartford, Ky., on the day-o- f said election, June 17th 1895. That Have Never been Equalled VALUES That Satisfy the Most Critical E xaminationl Arc the great Drawing Card for our June Reduction Sale. Seasonable, Stylish FabEvrics at prices that will astonish you. ery day something New and desirable, and wo make the prices so low that this month will go on record as the biggest month's business of the year. . NOTETHESE PRICES Henrietta Cloth, Silk finish, 30 in. wido at 20o drees goods at 20o .Crcpon, thirty inohes wido at 35o Dotted aud striped Swiss, 27 inches wido at 30c Marsailles, 29 inches wide at 20o Crossbarrcd whito goods, 30 inches wido, at "Co Half-woole- n Cross-barre- 18o 16o , , 18c 22c 20c 12$ 3rd, Because said election was not held by any 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 ap pointed by the Judge of the Ohio County Court at the May term 1895, none or whom bad any authority or sanction of law to hold an election in said town at said date. 4th, Because said election was not held by any one, authorized by the laws of this state to hold said elec tion. In West Hartford voting precinct said alleged election was held New Lawns and Batiste at Carson " & Co's. The best barber in the country E. I,. Bullington. New belt buckles Carson & Co. and belting at Miss Lula Maury is In Ellrton.Ky., visiting friends. We have a splendid lot ot dimities. Carson & Co. For a good shave or shampoo, on Dulling ton, the barber. call Wc still have a good line of oxford Carson & Co. shoes, Mrs R. A. Anderson and daughter, Miss Ollie, are visiting in Whites-ville. Miss Ella Castlcn, Evansville, Is visiting her sister, Mr. M. J. Williams. Miss Minnie Crosby.Central City.Is visiting her sister, Mrs. G..T. Wes-- . terfleld. Mrs. W.I I. Moore,Sulphur Springs, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. E . W. Ford. Mr. and Airs. E. D. Gully and daughter ,Mlss Mercedes, have returned from Morgautowu. Dr. O. I). Slack left Wednesday home near Uniontown. Born, to the wife oj Mr. O.R, Tlns-ley- ," No Creek, last Monday morning, a boy, William O. Bradley Tins-ley. on his wheel for a few w$eka visit to his ff- - ' county, Miss Rachlc Sanderfur has returned from u visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ike Johnson, at Spring Grove, Union Mr. J. W. Tabor and wife, Foids-vill- e, were the guests of Mr. D. M. Hocker and wife Tuesday night and Wednesday. They were on their way home Irom the Sunday School Convention, which met at McIIenry the first ot the week. ' Last week we made a mistake when we said that the jury iu the Shanks Brooking case returned a verdict fining him $200 which was to be worked out on the streets and not replevied. He Is allowed to either pay or replevy but If he can't do either he will have to work it out. Profs. Lee B. Mills and Silas Griffin have been employed to teach the Fleasaut Ridge High School for this scholastic year. These are two bright and energetic young men, who, when they under take anything, will put their best efjorts forward to make a Both have attended success of it. Hartford College a number ot terms aud are thoroughly qualified, They They will begin on September and. will have tlielr catalogues out in a few days, ft. B1 AUtrrlMrU Lcllrrv. List of letters remaining in P. O. at Hartford, Ky., If not called for In 30 Mr. Alva Duke is visiting his par- days wilj be sent to the dead letter of ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Duke. fice, Washington, D. C.: Miss Susie Hatcher,' Prof. Geret, Our Milliner isalways on duty ready Carson & Co. to trim your hat. Luther Miller, A. E. Moon, William Chatman, T. R. Robinson, Mr. Chat-maCol. Edwin Forbes, Fordsville, has for $129.35. penbeen granted an increase in his Wm.M. Warden, Adm'r of Jas. Persons calling for above letters sion. Hatcher, sues for settlement of estate. say advertised, please You ought to see our French GinJ. H. McClure, &c, vs. H. G. Bi- dW. II. Gbipfin, P. M. ghamssell nowior less than half price. well for breach of contract. Carson & Co, F. T. Guenther vs. M. II, Collins on account for $62 80. d Capt aud Mrs. S. K. Cox an W, M. Southard sues John Echols daughter, Miss Ella, attended the Re-- , The Summer Normal closed Wed and St John Boyles, receivers, for Calhoon yesterday; union at nesday. $65.00 lor damage to wagon which A crowd of young folks went to the was destroyed In McHenry wreck last Misses Carolyn and Margaret Barbour left Tuesday for Dawson and Ice cream supper at Union school yearv , Grayson Springs, where they will house Saturday night. W. H. Coghill sues Herman Pirtle Miss Ollie Smith spent last Thurs for $5,000 damages. ' spend several weeks. day night In the country at Mr. Sep Ward John B. Foster sues J. F.-Misses Lyda and Bertia Morton left on note tor $90.57. Monday for a few weeks visit to Miss Williams. Miss Mary Smith, Hartford, is John B. Foster sues Z. T, Her on Settle Crabtree at Panther, Ky. spending the week with Miss Beulah note for $70.50, Messrs. Eugene Miller and Harry Coots. John Hlnes sues Samuel Pharris Eaves, two popular young men from Little Misses Nora Maddox and for $5,000 damage, alleging seduction Greenville, spent Sunday in HartMarie Austin returned home Saturday under promise of marriage to his ford. after a two week's visit to fnend In daughter. We would call especial attention to Louisville and Jeflersonville. John C Wcsterfield, Jr., sues M. is visiting H. Tbarp for $1,000 damages for maMiss Daisy Stevens statement of the the licious prosecution, Bank of Hartford in this issue. This friends in Horton this week1. Willis Smith vs. same for same. home Miss Ella Sowders returned institution is in excellent condition Thursday from a two week'3 visit In as will be seen from the statement. S tatement of the Condition Morgantown. Mr. F. L. Felix received a telegram OPTHE Messrs, Fred and Clarence Strother, Tuesday from his brother, Dr. C. W. Rochester, were In town last week. Felix at Basket, Ky., stating that his Misses Virgie Hocker and CUffie little boy was dead, Mr. Felix left Gray spent Friday in the country. -- OF Wednesday for Basket. Dr. Felix Mrs. I. P. Barnard returned to her has many friends here who will symIu Louisville Sunday and with her pathize with him and his wife in their took Roscoe Barnard the son of the sad loss. At tho Closo ot Burinosa, Satlately deceased Mrs. Barnard. urday. Juno 29, 1805. Miss Pansy Stevens is visiting rcj Last Wednesday evening after Mr. Jno. C. Riley returned home, his horse atives in Cromwell this week. RESOURCES. Miss Ncka Waddle, Morgantown.ls became unmanageable throwing him, 803,302.20 fracturing one of his legs. Dr, E. B. visiting Miss Ella Sowders this week. Bills Discounted Misses Attye and Sadie Austin Overdrafts.... 675.20 Pendleton was called in and soon had him resting as easy as could be spent Tuesday in Hartford. 0,700.75 Cash on hand Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes Cash in other Banks. . , expected under the circumstances. 18,053,42 Pirtle spent Monday Blocks aud Bonds Mr. Riley will be laid up for a few and Viola 1,341,07 night in the country with Miss Hat Banking house and lot. days. 3,000.00 tie Miller. 1,301.58 Current Expenses,.-.,- , Elsewhere in this issue you will Mr. II. Merrick and family have 1,000.00 see the professional card of Mr, John Furniture and Fixtures. moved into their new residence on B. Wilson, who has moved his office . 77730 Debttfin suits Second Street, from the Herald building to the north Elder I, II. Teef and family moved side of public square, and will office $90,202,27 to Central City this week, with Mr. j. P. Sanderfur. Mr. Wil LIABILITIES. Mr. Watkins, the barber, has given son has an extensive acquaintance $30,000.00 Capital Stock up the trade and gone to farming. throughout thecountyand this togeth5,041.80 Miss Lizzie Barnes, Hunt & Co's Surplus er wish his knowledge ot the law in milliner, will spend the two ensuing Undivided Profits 2,731.32 sures him a practice. months at her home In the country. Individual Deposit 52,188.00 Messrs, Patterson & Co. have brokMiss Mollle Crowe, Taylor Mines, Time Doposits 3,000.00 en ground for a tile factory at Point spent several days with Miss Rose Duo Bank 251.00 Pleasant. The machinery is already Taylor last week. 2,000.00 Bills ltediscounted n Mr. W. IL Austin aud young chil onthe ground aud operation will In about two weeks. We cannot dren are spending this week in Llv $00,202.27 speak from a personal knowledge of ermore. John G. Rirxv, Cashier. any 01 me company save Mr.rauerson Louisville, is in Mr. Fred Daniel, whom we know to be o thorough-go- . Subscribed and sworn to befsro mo week. ing, straightforward business man. We town this Mr. II. B. Taylor and wife spent by John C, Riley, Cashier, this June predict they will and ready sale for Wednesday In the country. Attyi?, 29, 1895, John T. MoonB.N.P.O.O, their product in Ohio county. from n. by W. H. Mauzy, George Bunger, Steven May, and D. F, Tracy, who were appointed by the judge of Ohio May at the Court County lar. term 1895, none of whom had any authority or sanction oflaw to hold Sew Suit., an election in said town on said date. The following new suits have been 5th, Because said attempted or alfiled in the Circuit Clerk's office since leged election should have been held last court: under the Municipal authorities of W. M. Warden, Adm'r of John said town and not under the direction Shull sues for settlement of estate. and control of the county officers or M. II. Dowell vs. J. W. Debeuler officers appointed by the County &c, for $216 and. foreclose mortgage. Judge. Wm. D. Newton vs. Jas.T. Cravens 6th, Because without authority of &c. , for $120 and to foreclose mortlaw, the vote of said alleged election gage. was taken In two different places in McIIenry Gifiiin vs. Wm. Martin, said town when said town for town &c, for breach of contract. elections had never been divided into W. B. Render vs. John P. Foster wards. precincts or. 20c cream whito good, 28 inches wide, at 10c 15c Striped whito goods, 27 inches wido, at 10c 18o Satin striped whito goods, 27 inches wido, at ,...121o 20c Dimities at , 13c & J5c 10c Lawns at , 7c ; Lawns at ,5c 18o Camilla Organdie lawn at I2c , 8fc 12Jc Black lawn at. 15o Black lawri at ljc 20o Black crepo dress goods at 12c 9c 12Jo Duck at 18c Duck nt 12o 12Jo Grass cloth at 20c Fine dress linen at 12Jc 18o Drees gingham at Mc 15c Drcta gingham nt V2c lOo Dress gingham at 8c 8c Dress gingbnm at Go , . .. 6c Uliecso cloth at , 40 5 rattcrns woolen drees goods left, lorrner price 81.25 per jard, now offered at 85c , 50c Swivel silk, assorted colors 35c . COo Fancy silk, assorted colors at 40c 40o turkey red table linen at 30c 50c Checked red tablo linen at 35c 60c Bleached tabic linen, bordered, at,, 45c 45c Unbleached tablo linen at 35c 65c Bleached tabic linen at 470 18c Best bed ticking, one yard wide, at 15c ,. 35c Chemisettes, assorted sizes and colors, at 25c 30c Chemisettes, assorted sizes and colors, ut 20c 50c Ladies vests at 35c 4O0 Ladies vests at 25c 35c Ladies vests at 20c 20c Ladies vests at 15c 15c Ladies vests at. 10c ". .",8Jt 10c Ladies vests nt 81.00 81.25 Warner's Health corset at : 95o , $1.10 R.&G. Corset at , Three spools of thread 5c 7c '. 1 A big line of Lace and Embroidery sold at less than manufacturers' prices. Everything else sold in proportion to the above list. Will take your Eggs, Butter, Feathers, Meat,JLard, Wool, Hides, Wheat, Corn and Hay in exchange for Goods, and pay highest market prices for same. tfON'T FORGET THE PLACE 'M3CE3 T in ni I lilnlriZ W 1 WHwi ,, BEAVER DAM. , the County of Ohio of which Hartford Is a part, voted the Prohibition Law Into efiect In the entire county and same cannot be repealed by an independent vote, 8th, 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 it fact said town only had one voting precinct.and they say said order Is, nnd was void for that rea7U1, Because lie J. B. FOSTER, Proprietor, reas'on the judge of the Ohio County Court had no authority to call the election of June 17th, 1895, aud that said election was and'is void. 13th, Because James B. Foster and J. E. Davidson applied to the officers that were holding the alleged election on June 17th, 1895 in West Hartford precinct, between the hours of 7 a. m. and 4 p. m. on June 17th, 1895 and demanded of said officers a ballot and a right to vote iu said election, all of which were refused them by said officers, that said Poster and Dadvidson were citizens and legal voters of the town of Hartford, Ky., on June 17th, 1895, and had resided in the state ot Ky., for more than ono year and in the county ol 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 bad no right or authority in law to prevent them from voting iu 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 elect tton is Illegal and void, IlKAvniN & Taylor, ) V son. 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 either of said precincts as a whole. ijth, Because at the regular Aun gust term 1894 of the Ohio County Court the following persons were by the Judge of the Ohio Connty Court, as officers of the elections tut the ensuing year, in West JIartford precinct, W. M. Hudson, S. T. Barnett, W. G. Hardwick, and A. M. Miller, and In East Hartford precinct C. B. Sullenger.Wm. Brown, L. P. Foreman, and J. W. Allen, all of whom accepted said appointment and were qualified and acted a3 such officers and were citizens and legal voters of said precinct on the J7H1 day of June 1895, and had never re signed or refused to act as officers of the elections and for that reason the Judge ol the Ohio Connty Court had no authority to appoint other officers lh their places. 12th, Because on the 30th day Jan. 1895 an election was held in East and West Hartford precincts in the town ofHartford, y., for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town, who were qualified to vote for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not, splritous, vinous and malt liquors should be sold in said town or whether or net the law in force, prohibiting the sale, barter or loan of, and traffic In such liquors in said town should become inoperative and that the jndge and clerk of the Ohio Connty Court were Injolned from putting the certificate of election to record, and the action has never becu determined and is now pending In the Courtof Appeals, and lot that semi-annu- -- BANK-4- HARTFORD Aflrnmt ISnrlifciio Will be given by U. B. Lodge No. 1399 Mountain Nero at Hamilton Mines at Hamilton Park, Saturday, July 37, 1995. A grand march from McHenry to Hamilton at ten o'clock sharp, a. m. and music by the McIIenry and Taylor Mines Brass Bands Beaver Dam, Greenville, Bevier, Taylor Mines, Hartford and all other Lodges are invited, The Hartford Brass Band is Invited to be present. Amusements of the day will be a fine Dancing Ground, Croquet and Swinging and various other amusements will be furnished. Music by the McHenry String Band for those who trip the "light fantastic." A fine match game of base ball will be plays cd in the afternoon. Moonlight picnic at night as long as you wish to stay. Barbecued meat, Ice Cream, Milkshakep Lemonade, all kinds of fruit and nuts will be on hand iu be Good order will abundance. maintained throughout the day.Come one and all, R. D. Black, Ch'm'n. W. B. Mc.R8ynoi.ds, Sec'y. Kfecitraloiift. bs-gi- x On July 4th extra passenger trains will be run between Cecilia and Greenville for the accommodation of all who wish to attend celebration at those and all Intermediate points. Train going east leave Beaver D.imat Glrnn & Wrddiko, J J. I Saniirhpur. 8 30 a. m. returning arrive ot 9 37 p. Contestants. Attorneys for in. special train east for Leitcli field will leave Beaver Dam at 7.53 p. ut. A lovely girl who graced the convention this week was Miss Lizzie Tickets on sale at one fare for round trip. Walker, the daughter of Judge DudTickets on sale to Hardin Springs, Miss Wal-Itley Walker, of Hartford. Ky.,at3 8s for the round trip till Is a tall, slender, brown-hilrebeauty, a brilliant Sept 30th, i895,good for 40 daysfrom and blue-ey- ed and a thoroughly womanly date of sale. writer woman. She created quiet a sensaOn account of the Monster Celebration when sho attended the meeting tion by the United Brothers ot Friendot the Association of Western Wri- ship, Sisters of the Myjterious Ten ters, and has recently been compliand Juveniles atrrlnceton,Ky.,on Jumented by being made one of the ly 6th, 1895, a special train will leave honorary Vice Presidents of the asBeaver Dam at 7.50 a. m. and arrive Louisville Times. sociation. at Friuceton 10.50 a. 111, Returning leave Frinceton at 6 30 p, m, ohly Cry $r.5o for the round trip.good till July " H. Mhuhick, Agt. 7th to return. er d for Children Pitcher's Castorla. I .! ' t h 4m a iirwHM S ....swWW Tliirtford Republican rr : - i Friday, Jui.v, 5, 1895. had never nooded reforming. Do sides, his follies aro not vlcos thoy have no character." BNflttO Ufl TN Q30LLVr5 ! -- 'f W fl- ,- '"'lOttl "There Is THE SONQ OF THE BROOK. I baito be ki" anil tnlu 7, I haste bv np Hi rind Ion, I am the w -- .ii' ii"rer From tfar nu uniilns to tho sea. IamlheisiJfttatni courier, Ami emi tncurtow thrills While I oatrjr to the ocean The lldlnilt of the hill Awl ererjp meadow hears It, For ot I to eseh daf , Lest 1 foffet the mctaago, I ling It ollthe way. And tbelllr blooms grew whiter, And load the meadows ring With the ojultnnt eldMM 0( the nieseairo that I alntf. What do I tell the ocean? That all the bill are strong. And nil theforojts on their baeks Melodious with song, That to tho youth of naturo The hoarj hills aro trno, And that tho ancient mountains And this old world are new. What Do I tell the ocean? hills That on tho Are perfumed winds of beallnit d rills; And From their eternal altars For evermore shall rlsa Id all the Eden freshness New lncenso to the skies. The haiy mists of summer That o'er their summits dwell Drood llko a benodlctlon That says that all Is well. And drink the ever fresher health Give me tho is n child, and there Is its nurso flirting with somo rustle youth on the rocks. Now If a seventh wnvo should happen to run up on tho beach, that llttlo toddler would bo in danger. And, ohl Jessie, thcro's n chapplo In a lawn tennis suit " ny tne pricking of my thumbs Something wicked this way comes." that red spot again. glass, Jessie. Why, it What do I tell the ocean? I say the hills are fair From heaven's ontoldlng alri That sunward ferns aro springing Within their deepest glooms. And that the Holds aro drifted With snow and apple bloomu And that thore'a mighty rauslo Whero mountain torrents meet. And that the heart of naturo For orermore Is sweet. What do I tell tho ocean! I say the bills are high, nut draw new youth each morning From the chalice of the skyi They drink the rlrtuo of tho day. at and light. The great sun's And bathe themselves In stillness And the silence of the night Aud the wind around their summits With strong, trl. iphant breath, rroclalm above the land of graves That there can be no death. What do I tell tho ocean? That life blooms every w&eroi That the day Is glad with musla. And all the world Is fair, And tho proud tiger lilies . And meadow grasses near. And all the drooping willows And alders bond to hear. My song of Joy and gladness My song of hope and glee. Makes one long strip of greenness From the mountains to the soa. So will I tell the ocean What the strong mountains say, With all the added gladness I have gathered on the way; That the smile of deathless beauty. As at creation's birth. With all Its old, eternal charm. Still glorlQes the earth. To tell this to the ocean I through the land am whirled. So that Its mlgntler anthem May tell It to tho world. Sam Walter Foss, InN. Y.Sun. suggested Jcsslo. "Vincent?" "Not wicked, dear, but weak. I think ho would bo bolter for somo positive wickedness; anything to him from his state of youthful soulllty." "I'vo heard that immoral remark about wlokcdncss before,' said Marcolla, In a tone of reprovnl; "It Is not original with you, Jcssio; though it may havo beon marked original in tho book you took it from. It Is not necessary to be either weak or wioked. Tho trouble with Vincent Rolf is he has no standard to Uvo up to, and so ho has not risen abovo tho piano of self. IIo used to wear bangs. Now ho parts his hair In tho ailddlo, and plasters It down each side of his countenance. That is the religion of his barber." "Would ho bo any stronger If ho shaved his head?" asked Jcssio, who was now gazing down on her lover, who had no Idea of her proximity. "Samson was not, for ho lost his strength when his locks woro shorn," answered Marcella; "but ohl Jcssio quick! qulckl that child will bo carried off. Great heaven, glrll scream or do somothlng to attract their attention! Thcrel it is too lato thoy cannot hear us. Oh, Jcssio, Vincent has jumped in to savo m Something About the Weekly Dinners of dokj Writers. Tho dlnnors at'whleh the artistlo and lltorary staff of Punoh most powerful and renowned of comic havo for many years gathered weekly for comblnod festivity and business, havo becomo a unique und famous Institution. A recent nrllolo In tho Magazine of Art relates their history and somo of their most brilliant episodes and witticisms. Novor suroly was a happier mingling of play and purpose than at somo of these dinners, wliero often amid almost boyish frolic, laughter and flying personalities of tho freest and fu.inlost kind, has been evolved tho legonjl, motto aud cartoon that n few days later havo turned tho forco of wit to serious account In indicating or influencing the policy of an einplro. Among tho many amusing anecdotes of tho merry men of Punch, ono is rolntcd, however, which is not merry, but which shows how wholo-somkindly and human that mirth must have been. Ono of tho earliest contributors Pcrclval Leigh nicknamed on account of his early studies "The Professor," lost in later life the souso of humor upon which his maintenance IIo came still to tho dindepended. ners, where ho told flat stories, and sent to the editors reams of dull manuscript. They never thought of rejecting it, remembering Ids usefulness In muklng tho paper's first sucpu-pe- 1 Ka3r1 ill J wkm for ar.. von Put Your Foot to H I Infanto and Children. OTHERS, Do You Knowimt., Soothing 8ynip, and Batttntn'e miny Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, laott remedial for children are composed of opium or morphine when you buy inferior soap instead of the genuine Do Voii Itliow Hint opium and morphine are stupefying nsrcollc poisons slo yon lCtiovr that lu most countries dmggUti arc not petinlllcd toiell narcotic wltlieut labeling litem poisons " Claikette The Srrcxnoocntxc Ict Von Know tint tinleM or yoar phjralcUn 1. tltouM not permit any raedlelno to be now of what It l composed t siren yourcMM lUt of favorite of every woman who ever used Smr tliat CMlorla l a purely vejelaule prepvatlou, and that Von Ita Ingrcdlcnta la puUliliol with every bottle ? nn retny cimcr in me taunury or ior an arouuu inc nouse Made only by cleaning. Sold everywhere. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS. it t Ho Ton Know that Coitorla U the prescription of the fainoua Dr. Samuel Pitcher. That It has been lu me for nearly thirty yean, and that more CattorU U now (old than of all other remedies for children combined r Von Know that the Patent Oftlce Department of the United States, and of other countries, hare luued cxclush e right to Dr. riteher and his assigns to use the word 41 CnHtorla" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison oflense Do Von Know that Ho Von Know ccntfltoronecentadose? one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because CastorU had been proven to be Io iibuolutcljr linrnilcnas doses of Castorla that 33 nrcraffo ' are furnished for 35 that when poMCMcdof thU perfect preparation, yourchtklrcn may Von lie Vept well, and that you may have unbroken rest f no Know Lli It cess Well. lltcHC ttiltiirH are worth Lnowln ;, They are facts. JESSIE'S LITTLE HERO. 11V MRS. 3L I. ItATNU. Jessie Lincoln was waving her white handkerchief, and shouting to attract attention, when suddenly her voico and strength both failed her, as the little red spot that was a baby girl In a wee red frock floated out on the awful abyss of water. But when she saw her lover, her "little man," as sho had laughingly called him many a time, jump In after the child, and swim till ho caught tho red skirt and then bear It back to tho frantic maid, who received tho llttlo ono from his uplifted arms, and then and then go down himself Into the deep waters llko a stone then sho fainted, .and for a long time was beyond tho horror of this sudden tragedy. When she opened her 'eyes, Marcella, was fanning her, and tho tears were rolling down her friend's face. "Oh!" said Jessie, "I thought It was a bad dream. "It is true, then Vincent Isdrowncd?" odd-looki- it." But that was not all. By a tacit conspiracy, the staff, at tho weekly dinner, never failed to listen patently to his dullest nnecdotes, nor tq gratify him with laughter and ap. plause at their close. Not only was his worthless work accepted and paid for, but tho editors, dreading to hurt thoold man's prldo and took pains to havo his contributions put In typo nnd his proofs daily sent him, trusting that ho might account, by somo exigencies of space, or convenience in arrangement, for tho small portion over actually published. That portion was Very small Indeed. Yet occasionally thoy would tuck into an obscuro corner of the paper the most passable of the poor old "professor's" jokes, for his eyes alonoof all the hundreds that would scan the columns. The unwearying patlenco and ingenuity of their devices actually kept him to the end in Ignoranco that ho had ever lost the faculty of fun which once could set all England laughing. t, la on crcrr sillilisiH ilk P W$ms$& ' 11 MV h' imAJIMmuC .JJWJ&JBKwrfRYrVB ' Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. and nir and to Whom jo-It deptudfl upon How and When yon market tout chick-m- i (" illU MCIKI iDLCirv-i- a unun sum )( VI Wl'Ulll Willi thk) emuu iiaaiv niauiimi l(lni. Mand the chance to make moaej for all oar alilppere. Wt rtcelre and sell U otter, Ltrr, - t)Altu. Ur..nl uar, urair or anjtumir Ton max UUllllTBi MUUli veal. 111 dee, I'eltf. 14IIUW iV.HBm tare to ship. Information cueeriallr famished. Quotations mailed regularly to those who request It, and liberal advances) made ou the largest consignments by PROFIT IN POULTRY! HERNDON-CARTER bt 013, 3IB.31T 4.310 MUHRELLCOUItT. m JfBBMrj-i . . LOUISVILLE, KY. CO., wi w mwwm!mmm3WmKmmmm Z-(- 3 I WTl-AVHAli- S rtAUtMAHKsTsW w n MA(tt?S 'iksSsii) in i'k COPYRIGHTS, . rrompc CAT cont?" "No, deah Miss Jcssio; I'm awfully wot, don't you know; but thero wero some bwavc fellaws got there justln tlmo. By Jawvel but I must look like a goose, don't you know." "Vlncont dead" That was all Jessio could say, but tho chapplo who would have given his life for an unknown child, sank down on his knees by her couch, and pressed her hand to his lips witn server might have designated it as reverence. "sprawling." Their tongues wero "You are too good, weally," he by no means idlo or at rest. On tho said, "to caro for me, but I'm weal contrary, they talked every minute, glad now I came up tho second time. and tho subject of tho earnest dis- And I hope the kid won't take cold. cussion in which thoy woro engaged, I'll go and havo on somo dry clothes ,was "little men." after I havo a bawth now, If you'll "Conceited, arrogant and egotis- excuse me, Miss Jessie." tical," had been the final summing "You havo bad a pretty good bath up of Jesslo Lincoln's estimate of for Vincent," said Jessie, tho little man. with such an appealing look that "But," urged her friend, Marcella Marcella told the others that Jcssio Noble, "somo of tho greatest men in needed air, and led them away, and the world have been Uttlo men. when she went back her friend's Thero was Mr. cheoks wero rosy red again, and Vinwho wroto tho pootry of stature. I cent's eyes wero full of tears. used to know it: "Sho has promised to bo my wife," " Were I but tall enough to reach the pole. he said "Ohl Miss Marcolla, this Is Or measure the ocean with a spam worth being for it The body must be measured by the soul- -It Is tho mind that makes the man." weally Is." Detroit Free Press. , "That may be all true, but I havo noticed that as a rule small men Children Cry for havo small minds," answered Jessie' "How do you disposo of Napoleon I., dear?" JtiMi:itiio!. "Oh, he was an exception thero Miss Oma Tanner.from above town are exceptions to all rules." is the guest ol her sister, Mrs. Lena "You aro thinking of one man, whilo I can recall many who would Anderson. Mr. Lute Easterdy, wife and family put your theory to confusion." "Perhaps tho ono man interests were In Kinderbook Satutday, the guest Mr. A. C. Ellis and family. mo moro just now than any other Miss Ollia Anderson has returned and for that reason my theory asserts itself," said Jessie, breathing home after a three weeks visit to a sigh on tho summer air. "If Vin- friends and relatives at Owensboro, cent Rolf woro ono of the exceptions Griffith and Stanley. I could perhaps makeup my mind Sunday School at Alexander is on to givo my happiness into hlskecp-ln- g a boom. but, Marcolla, ho has not a Hosca Shown, Beda, spent Satursinglo 0110 of tho qualities that day night In Kfnderhook, heroes possoss." Miss Bulah Darnett, No Creek, is "Fidollty," suggested Marcella. "Yes; tho fidollty of tho lower an- visiting in Daviess county, the guest imals tho fidelity of a dogl" of her aunt Mrs, Lydia Lashbrook. "Don't slandor tho best friend of Miss Mamie and Mr. Charlie Roby, man," said Marcella, lifting hersolf Owensboro, arc the gucbts of tlteir on her elbow nod looking up aud grandmother, Mrs. S. L. Baird. down tho beach far below them. The social which was given at J. A. '"What is that red speck moving down there by tho water? I had no Anderson's Saturday night was highjidca wo wero so high, Tho world ly enjoyed by all who attended, A. U. Riley and Commodore Lake and our fellow creatures aro belittled by dlstanco." went to Owensboro last week with a "So you defend Vlncont Rolf from load of tobacco. ;my asporslons?" said Jossle, IgnorMiss Jessie Smith, Owensboro, who ing her friend's remark, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. I "Yos; I rathor llko him, oven l( Oma Williams, of this place, lor severho doos belong to tho ranks of small al weeks, left for Fordsville last week men. For ono thing I llko his dovo- tlon to his mother and sisters aud to he the guest of her other sitter, tho open franknoss of his naturo, Mrs. Autha McCuen. and iny judgment ought to bo good, Mrs. Dr. J. R. Pittlc. HajUoid, was for I am not blinded by lovo." the guest ol her sister, Mrs. J. R. "Nor I," rotorted Jossle, quickly. Williams, Sunday. "I am not suro that lovo ontors Miss AlbcitaOrcer, Beda, and Mr. into my estlmato at all, for If It did Fleetwood Ward, attended Sunday I would havo more excuses forhim. Alexander Sunday eve. IIo fascinates me, howovcr, llko School at Daisy Dbank. Whoro did ho soma now specimen. got that habit of spoech?" Children Cry for ' "From his sot, I supposo." "IIo is apparently rovorontlal, Pitcher's Castorla. yet ho talks about Gawd. No man who was montnlly robust would jmako his affectations prominent. I dotcst that dialect of his and his set. What real man would allow himself to becomo thocrnaiuro of Commers, . Wbat's-hls-namd Two girls were sitting on a promontory of.rock which jutted out on tho sea at a placo which was a favorite resort for unfashlonablo summer boarders peoplo with moro brain than dollars, who lodged at farmhouses In tho vicinity, and refreshed themselves mentally and physically on tho shores of tho bounding sea. The two girls were friends who wero having an outing; they wero members of an art Institute, and wero sketching all avallablo points, making .studies of sunsets and moon-riseand drinking in tho tonio of' tho sea air. Just now thoy woro ldlo, supine relaxing into moods of Idleness, where Delsarte could give them no, instruction, cither In case or graco; of posture, although a casual ob- -, Then sho was conscious of an flguro that stood beside her Condensed News, with drenched clothes and wildly Stories, straggling locks, who did not In tho least resemble auy hero of whom sho Miscellany, had ever read or heard. Sho could Women's Department, think of nothing more pertinent to say than an echo of what she had Children's Department, said before. Agricultural Department, "Then you wero not drowned, Vln- BEST TASTELESS experience in id paieni business. umraisnwM A Handbook of Intlons strictly confldentl.l. formation concerning; TnteM and bow to ob tain tbem sent free. Also a catalogue of mechon leal and sclenllno books sent Tree. I'atents taken tbrooeb Alunn A Co. receive rpeelalnoileelntboHclrnlllioAmerlrnn.snd tuns aro brousbt widely beroratbe pobhcwlih. oot cnet to the inrmtor. Tbls splendid paper. Issued weekly, elecantlr illostrated. bas br fu tlx larvest crcBlation ot anv scientino work In the world. 9 J a year. Psmple rnplee sent tteellalldinc Mltloo, monlblv, tiM a rear, tilnsle copies. .? cents. ICvery numtier contains bsan liful platee. In colors, and phomecspba of new bouses, with plans, enablina builders to show the Address latest deslBTis and secure contracts DUCUDWAY. MUNN & CU. Ntw YOUK. 301 nlllN.t A;CO..wtiohvobdliejlrllftTTe.'s' I nrtTAlN A TATKNTT answer and an honest opinion, For a write to sented by Repre- - CfAlP? Vt 1 1 THE WE? IiS AND Political Department, Answer to Correspondents, Editorials, Everything, WILL BE FOUND IN THE Weekly A ten-pag- (?oarier-Joarn- al eight-column Democratic Newspaper. HENRYWAT- TERSON, Editor. 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You can be cured while using it: "Keeley Cure." various other rcmedtes.but without The habit of using tobacco grows on success, " Three weeks ago until I accidentally learned of your Or IlllerOal to I.IHllfH. a man until grave diseased conditions ay I consider myself I commenced using your preparation, and We offer uo npology iu placing are produced. Tobacco causes cancer completely cured: I am in perfect health, and tho horrible craving for tobac you "Tho Ladies Safe Protect- of the mouth and stomach, dyspepcompletely left or," it is absolutely reliable, easily sia, loss of memory, nervous affections, co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has luny recommend me. "Baco-Cur- o" simply wondetful,aud can it adjusted, dues not becomo misplaced congestion of tbr retina, and wasting I consider your C. W. Hornick. Yours very truly, Can bo worn of the optic nerve, resulting in imaud insures protection. when desired without observation or pairment of vision, even to the extent EAST BOUND dlaly daily knowledgo of another nnd prevents of blindness; dizziness, or vertigo; to- LOt'INVIa.I.l-.riT- . I.OU1H A TEX. It. II No, 52. No, 54v disagrceablu annoyances uuder cer bacco asthma, nightly suffocation, folLv. Henderson . . 7 20 a in 2 55 p tit WESTBOUND dally daily. tain conditions. 'If you use it once dull pain in region of the heart, No. 53. No. 5r. Basketts . . . . 7 34 a 111 3 10 p m by sharp pains, palpitayou will never bo without it. It is lowed later Spottsville . . . 742 a tu 3 16 p m weakened pulse, resulting in Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p 111 7 30 a ni reliable friend when- tion and disease. faitbful.Kifu and 8 50 a tu 3 23 p tu 6 45 p in 7 45 a m Reads Ky. Street fatal heait It also cures loss ever needed by speoial circumstances of vitality. Worthlngtou . . 7 58 n ni 3 30 p ru West Point . . 7 25 j m 8 25 a iu requiring its use. It is nn article evStanley , , , . 8 06 a tu 3 37 p ut , 7 30 p in 8 28 a iu Howard QIJIT llRFORI IT IS TOO LATH. ery woman should keep ready tor imGriffith . . . . 8 09 a in 3 41 p in Willowdale . . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a rn To quit suddenly is too severe a mediate use. It is ilmplo to ueo, and shock to the systerm, as tobacco to Mattlngly . . , 8 17 a iu 3 47 p m Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45'a 111 Owensboro . . , 8 30 a 111 4 00 p m inspires conlidonco to the woman us- ati inveterate users becomes a stimuLong Branch . . 7 55 p m 8 53 a m 8 40 a 111 4 08 p m Pates Brandenburg . . 8 04 p til 9 02 a m ing it, It is reliuble and ccieutifically lant that his system continually 8 13 p tti 9 11 a m . . 8 55 a in 4 20 p ut Powers . . Ekron made, injures protection without in- craves. "Unco euro" is a scientific Waitman Guston . . . . 8 21 p m 9 19 a ra 905 a iu 4 29 p tu jury to health, and nny good physi-ci- and reliable vegetable remedy, guar 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Lewisport Irvington 9 13 a 111 4 36 p 111 anteed to be harmless, and which V,e aro of tho opinwould Hiy. Webster . . . . 8 38 p ut 9 39 a m Cayce 9 ly a iu 4 42 p 111 ion that no article has ever beep mado has been in use for the hst 23 years, 8 45 p )it 9 47 a m Lodiburg which will givo as much satisfaction having cured thousands of habitual 8 55 m 9 56 a in Petrie Pierce 9 29 a m 4 51 p m tobacco users smokers, chewsrs and to tho women to today as "Tho Hawesville Sample. . . , 9 00 p 111 10 00 am 9 37 a m 4 59 P "J Tho immenso siiufi dippers. . 9 4a a in 5 09 p in Sklllman . . Stephenspot , 9 09 p in 10 09 a ni You can use all the tobacco you tales of this artiolo is a substantial " Shops . . . 10 00 am 521 p m Addlson- - , , .to 14 P "4 m It want while taking "Bacocuro." ludoreomcutot our claim.. Do not will notify you when to stop n Cloverport . . V9 17 P m "0 Holt We 1005 a 111534 p ni therefore experiment with any of tho give n written guarantee to pemta-meutHolt . . Cloverport . ;1 9 28 p m 10 33 a m io so a in 5 36 p ut numerous unreliable articles, as it is Addison . . Shops . . . , 9 31 p tu 10 37 0 m 1023 a 11140 pm cuie any case with three boxboth dangorous to health and expen- es, or refund the money with iq per Stephensport , 1028 am 545pm Sklllman . , . 9 43 p ui 10 50 a m 1 1 02 a u Sample . . sive to do so. 10 37 a m 5 53 p ni Buch experimenting Hawesville . . 9 54 P m cent interest. Pierce . . . 10 41 a m 5 57 P m can only result in lues of time, disapPetrie . . . . 10 02 p m 11 09 a iu "Daco euro" is not a substitute.but Lodiburg . . 10 49 a m 6 00 pin Falcon . . . . 10 07 p m 11 15 a m pointing and dismal failure. Ladies a reliable and scientific cure which Webster . . 10 57 a tu 6 14 p m Cayce . . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a m should remember this beforo ordering nbsolutcly destroys the craving for Irvington . . it 05 n tu 6 32 j m Lewisport . . jo 18 p m n 25 a m other goods and not wasto their tlmo tobacco without the old ol will power 11 14 a ni 6 40 p ru Guston . . Waitman . , 10 15 p m 11 33 a m It leaves Tho and with 110 Inconvenience. and money on itifcrior articles. 11 22 a iu 648 p m Ekron . . 10 35 p m 11 43 a tu Powers the system as pure and fiee from nicbeat is always the cheapest. ''The 11 310111558 pm Brandenburg Pates . . . . 1048 pm 11 56 am Ladles' Safe Protector" is sold under otine, as the day when you took your Long ftrancli 11 39 a m 7 07 p m Owensboro . . 10 59 p m 12 06 p 111 first chew or smoke. a positive guarantee foruso for ono 1 1 47 a tu 7 14 p m Rock Haven Mattlngly . . 11 09 pm 12 18 pm Sold by all druggists, at$i per box, one yearf with lull directions and is 11 53 a m 7 31 p m Willowdale 11 14 P m 12 23 p m Griffith three boxes, (tMity days treatment sent scaled in plain wrapper upon re. and guaranteed cute,) $1.50, or sent Stanley it 18 p tu 12 27 pm Howard . . 13 02 p in 730 p m ceipt of exproM monfy order for 82.00 direct upon receipt of price. 12 05 Rill 7 3SPi Worthlngtou . 11 25 p ra 12 35 p m West Point Send 6 three for 85.00. Do not wait but or. two cent stamps for sample box, Eure. . 11 it nui iiiinm Tiwiil . 12 45 p m 8 15 p 111 Ky. Stieet dor at onco. Address, Till La ka Chemical & Manufacturing Spottsville . . 11 45 p iu ta S3 P m Ar. U. Louisville 1 00 i iu 8 to n iil CroshuHi-kualtH. 0, MORPUK, 6. P. A., Co., La Crosso, Chemist, La Basketts . . . II 53 P m 12 59 p mi Manufacturing Louisville, Ky. Wis. Wisconsin, 48 1 vr. Ar. Henderson 12joa.ru 115pm 46 lyr Don't Ntnp Tolmcco. REPUBLICftN ONE YEAR aco-Cur- u5 "v2a.ce. HARTFORD RjEPUBLICAN, slre-ad- Baco-Cur- y SV. X. LTJCB. o Gsntek? ui TWO-CKN- T t. DON'T STOP TOBACCO d Wall Paper. . "Baco-Curo.- bo-fo- to-d- y ... ... al ... ... .... ... , ... ly i ... ... ... , 1 Com-pnu-