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Hcinombcr get llio Now you Ji "JiwiJfVgf Tribune botb for one year, for ono llKl'UIILTOAN York and The twonty-ilv- o The Haeteord Republican. fc OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, HAVE YOV PAID TOUE S0BOD1I0I2 Will show how you ataiul with The Republican. Pay up and ono yoar in Acivnnat nntl wo will Honcl you Tho LouIbvIIIg THIS TAG dollar and cents. Ss- -jr; wooKiy uommorolal ono yoar froo. Subscribe, at onao. VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KYI, FRIDAY, tfULY 12, 1895. WIIYT : 11Y NO. 50. Latest U. S. Gov't Report iPoor (Health 'monnfi en mltnll tnnrrt , in jtWIlt PIIIM.IM THtnC ARC OTHERSBUT "V JFOWEHS PINK MIXTURE M ftmtflf Mad fUllr ff V Tklnf 0hil4rn thtt ostiini ho orUru f J R tny llftd. UuftranU4 tn tliv tod ni all JM Bw4 u.4 t'tarrhiM Trouble. fUuaDt to Uk. fj& Utt br tkoniBlt of mother. 350 m.OOC. DoTTltS 9k y(W Er I th Wit a Man ctn drink aud fall Irani tnce. A lilc of crime can lead. Dabauchery plcturetl on his face, His garments "howlng need. He turns nud says, I will retrace. The path I Iritig have trod, Before I yield to dire disgrace, Or am placed beneath the sod. WrltlUf feralrcalari mK A. dealer, UvUmonUlafrM tu4 tKf B. wfev r w rioTDGa.t J&7 VKVtWINIIOlia) WT'afMTPjr All ent coinage of silver at the present ratio, and denounced the financial 'pol-le- y of Cleveland and Carlisle in terras that the most iguorant voter c6u d not mWundertari'l or mUUke "The convention instead of making n platform to fit the principles of the pirty 011 which Gm, Ilirltn hid won popular approval, concluded t) dodge 1 Highest of all In Leavening Power. PROFESSIONAL CARD. DriVkl E m IF T'je Knng 1 LQr tThnrl serious and ' i .('fatal diseases result from", trilling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's ' greatest gift health. 'you imagine , 1 town's iron out of tons, weak lift vtntriirv htuited, narvofat, and can't work, ble ttfenjthenlnr ft All elf tVsttlfler hln iiifrthetnoft tellaat nnriliV. Don't delay but keep yourself posted in state and county affairs by subscribing for Tbe Hartford the financial issue altogether. They made no decimation in favor of British gold standard and none in favor A man can rob and kill his friend, of the free, coinage of silver. It is Or break his mother's Iteart, true, they indorsed the platform And yet his fellow man will lend which Cleveland andCarlfsIc have A haim for an upward statt. and voted down by a treThtin on he goes; each day his crime mendous majority a resolution IndorsIs worse than that before, His manly senbe is blurred with ing the financial policy of the admin Mime, istration, including the bond issue; His hands are stained with gore. but in spite of that the platfontls as bwder Att&BMTteW aiagsssa h PUSSE OWCNSBOkO, KY Will practice inn in Duvies and adjoining cnuniK-.- . Spti! attention given to ciilUciii.mt. Gfiicc, Dank of Commerce Ituilding. LAWYER, iiijiri' J. H. 11. Jnn,8. Ulemi, anouiil tret well If only 1 might co And 11a bonldo a rlror that I know A river la a Kreiit. crcon, silent wood. Whore even God tnu.t itlll II nd all thlnifi tWdllllin;, ONLY I MIUHT GO. of n I'.torUli Inrnllil In Town. When i sez I ,t-- " ner doln' it I sez to tier, "good" meaicint.wntcnit Itrown'a Iron Bit Bitters ' irra. a lew doi- tlrs cureban eft t very Ue$k, j Louisville Commernrsi uoawti cial botb papers one and li'i to take. Republican and It Cures Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Constipation, Malaria, Kidney and Liver Trouble, Dad Blood Clt Antv the arefilllne II tta rrMi.il it 9 the vr.jipn All others art sub .tltatca Ini erliitnf lirn iiimiik. 1 ! I 1..1 fta,,lf.jl Wn.lA'm 4 I Will vtiil f Pair VI. w. mil book-lr- ee yeaivfor only $1.25 in advance. Williams & u'efl Hartford, Ky. sell 'Pomroys Ventiiluge" the great remedy for children mid guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" aud cost only 25cts per bottle. MOST IN QUANTITY. Nervous ailments Women's complaints. ' lines on BROWN F )VrAvVAVVJSr'SJ,-rftJ- r atsa CHCI'IOL CO. BALTIMORE, MO f BESTIN QUALITY. fl 'S BUOK SiYE , WHITE'S CREAM,; FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Romodlos. I OINTMENT iCURES A SURE NOTHING BUT PILES. At last to the prison he is sent, His garb doth bear the stripe. A petition to the government went. His crimes from the book to wipe. If freedom, tben, this man doth gain; liven though his crimes be black, An eager feeling then doth reign, To put him 011 the track. But take the girl, both pure and fair. As the lily that blooms in the spring, Brougnt up under a mother's care, To a mother's love doth cling. Por (f, she hears the silvery tongue, Ol the man we juit have seen, And he to her the old song, sung, You are, you arc my queen. And she in all her innocence Believes this human snake; His words to her Is evidence, How can there be mistake. Alas she finds his vows have flown, Like chaff before the wind, While she, her wild oats have 'sown, In heaven's sight has sinned. Back to her home and mother 'dear This wayward one does gp, With sorrow deep, that sheds no tear, And heart bowed down with woe. cdwardly and disgraceful nu affair as ever eminated from men professing to have the courage of their convictions. "The cowardice of their utterance would nmouut to nothing if it were not calculated to weaken the chances of the hold of free coinage Democrats whose views and whose candid toy represents the honest ra isses" of Kentucky. As popular as Gen. Harden has known blmjelf to be, the cowardly straddle of the main issue will undoubtedly have a tendency to weaken him among the sturdy voters who arc not afraid of Wall street, and who haye no reason to be ashamed of their convictions. If Gen. Harden hlouelf had shown any purpose or desire to dodge the financial question his defeat on the cowardly platform would be certain, but it is to be hoped that the bold stand he has taken inbehaffof true Democratic principles, and in favor of the rights of the people, will result in his election by an overwhelming majority. could not move much I would only He On tho cool moi. and loie tny with to din. The cool, cuol moi. I All full ol ruby urn.. And lltllo silver moons, and tiny (erns, llowMwrel. how dewy.fro.h Its broath would be . . That woodland scent atone would cure tcel 1 -- d would come, and at my 'net. find flagon sweet; In the wild touch.me-no- t, Tbe swllt woodpecker, norer minding me. Hap, wltb a mo.sage, on tho wood nymph'! troe: would dart, and. thro' It all The dragon-rie- s lapsing ol tho stream would over fall The Upon my ear That cool, and low, nweetsongl Oh, that alono. 1 know, would make me strong! And I could sh ep, too otcr my slek head The great, rich elms would such a shadow spread. That twilight spirits fain mutt linger mere And lay tholr dewy fingers la my hair. Then sleep would come of t, qutot, dreamloss sleep And all this pain and fever drown so deep. That, waking by that lapsing, forest droam. This pain and fever all would tocm a dreamt .1 A. Mall, In Ladles' Homo Journal The humming-bir- ' A 'POSSUM STOItY. IlT M. UUAD. known for 10 yoars as tho iSEST REMEDY for PILES, HOT.!) 11V ALT. JlltVDOIKTH. .'SH-.- TI and CERTAIN CURE EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED KT. ' j rnMA ay unfisnaonaiiifriiara.. HOLT) ISV AI.T. UKtlUOIBTS. ions. A ClKHafmk Oh hard Southwestern BETWEEN ft. It. li you suffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams &Bcll Drug Store free sam- No, they spurn her as they would a f snake, it ple bottle ol Pomroys Liver-Cur- e And drive her from the home, ever fails to cure. presence it did make Where once her A bright and happy home. ' kill the call, present the ring? Do they meet her with joy and glee? Do they sing the songs they used to sing? Do they say, this for thee? Do th 11. a- - wins J L0UI8VILLE l CINCINNATI She is depiscd by all her sex, No matter wliat sue wear, To see her live, it doth them vex. O! won.en do fotbear. MEMPHIS. rnoM ANO Why not take her by the hand, This fallen one of five, And point her to a better land, Where no one will deceive. TO EVANSVILLE. AND NORTH, Do not jw rebate Ticket EAST, SOUTH OR WEST have Until yoej comullfj tn Agent of the O. O. & S. W. R. R. MOUKRIf HQUir.MKNT. Ts prepared to do Dental work at reasonable prices. So why do we push the fallen girl, Office over J. W. Ford & Co'a And lift the fallen man? Feed Store. For the our brightest thoughts un- DENTIST.ki nd all nlil Man can fall and rise again, And in Kociety shine, But woman, once you lose your rein, c Friends no longer 'round you twine. LIMIT!) TRAINS, 1'ui.iaian uui'rirr summits, JOHN , llmeiyoil jour auliacrlplloiiT furl, On earth, no other can. m $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. tli Earlington Bee. w C1I0M, StN. Man. T. II. I.YNCII, QtN. PASS. AST, KT. LouisVlli.. Wliy not ili ubarrlitlnn. no nl once ' ,ny yonr ertrjr month tiren awt y to any one who through ua for ihe ewit mcntoriotii pateat duriaf moot) pf eccdiaff. patnta for our clients Wo aiscuro tho imd the olect of thli otTerlt to eooouraxe Innntora t J keep track of their brisht Ideas. At the same time we wish to impress upon the public the tact that $150.00 bet The Lexington Business College "A UNCOHrOllATED.J IT 'S THB SIMPLE.TR1VIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, such ai the 'carwiadow which can be casvty slid up aad tlown without breaking the pamnetra back, sauce-pa- MeoHar.button." k "bottle-topp- er J and a thousand other Kale shines that mott any one can find a way of Improring j and these simple Inventions are the ones thai bring lar jttt returns to the author. Try to think ol something to invent. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT Fatrati tiken out through US receive special notice In the " National Recorder' published at Washington, IX C ,hlch u the best newspaper rmbti&hed in America We furnish a year's sub In the interests of inTentors. senptton to this journsl. free of cost to ail our clients. We also adreniie, free of cost, the invention esch month which win our $ 1 so prise, and hundreds of thousands of copies of the "National Recorder. containing a ketch of the winner, and a description of Ms invention, will be scattered throughout the United States among capitalists and manufacturers, thus bringing to their atrention the merits cf the Invention. All communications regarded strictly coiifidcnuaL Address Trmntlrer V.uU lti:utMUHM)KIt luarmratiiireoutiil ptuiti.nl., whoi. .lurl.. Bgffrrffiil. Iiuudr4l. ot of ilnllar. vvt unnum. tlimiiMHil of l.inllnir pro. of tbu Hecurlty I o Mlanltic Its IklploniaAi II V the Oar. Illalir.l Orttclnl rndanrnirnt. lrr.ldjnft Hi. uiimutiwtollb. rriior ll Hi. roiii'trf, ruiI tbt Nkrrcturj' itua tli. HiMt. At THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. iCbiinrrt'tl wirri thf s(J(f 4 Jt 31. CotUac.t .ru.t and Hath HBtlUtHKcnM. kram ths fi.tioii.1 ana LuvlnM. men wuo aia II. friend. Atnl patron.. Mj.teru of neliiul. iirrtetlral u.1 In ev.ry depart bil.lne. Iti.trMrlloil equal 4 bi nil vol Iter plan, DV'iil tuakeii timt nl It. LAMNT HlUIIL'sr AWAIII)1.. "Alt the llral rremluni. uolit ami llruna. M.Oal. and jMpluma.. eto." at tn. liiteriiniloiinl Jilld. XVInfrr KxtMMltlan, Awarded III. .y.ti m of llenil tlnok.l(nlMa u.eil In till.tn Coltene praotli'al roar, r IIii.Iiiom irrpiirliurnl. llsrl.nee.aboi)kkeep, land- exjiert arrotintant, MOULD'S bjri-terIIOIIKNT AIVAIIII UHHIAN K.XVUMITIO.Mlii to" Almrlcan anil till. follrKe. tatiiht lb. IllKtieall lluiloraentenl lu tlie Wuilu. til thf head of ourHliormutiil Department ian ux conrl raporter. from tb. author, of ibl. t.tem 'l. 1 l m laraall Tni k I. in.. In Amertcs. Ciidorspd be Opuratore. Irtln Ul.patcb.r., hupertntendcnti, rompalilea. .Id II Uolnil lullwityalid lelegrapbtfwiilnir and lite World tlie Onlr a Meimot In Jtatlway Hy.tent for tbe praunir tomplet. pitrpOH- - of Mtl'iiR iih sradualel to ro direct to KuOd nnajuoti. iiAiliriitleul oneratorN. INiriUJlTION In all Itnlluur and Trlntrnpli Kialrul baa a rerord of II roar.' tiraijlcal elperlence, from Nljrtil Op.MtOI to tblef Train Jllipati'lier, wllbktll. TIll.t.iatAl'IIV. Kiinerliileiidenl ofour hhhiMimp. M A BPECIALTY. 108 Main Street. o.v.17 OWENSB0110, ELECTRIC TELEPHONE the face. 61SF Street, N.W., "It is about the size and shape of D, C. Washington, Box 385. the rag that the virtuous Mrs. Potl-phtJitor tfHU ffir, WriUer Jitfirtmet & Iff FREE. tore out ol the tail of Joseph's jo variegated coat, and the gold bugs u. Ladltaai have just as mucn reason to gloat vfk Ea0lMlvtrrlu7, ! SUptS DWa Waais Vulii all US IiIvm tot Kilawla. femUr over it as Mrs. Potlphar did over her Whallen says the Democrats will lose VaahM, tUMa u4 4rlM ttm likMl wtiUsf U fessdi. Ya conquest of Joseph. ta lb blK, tb MiUiilM the state by 6o,ooo. taarvit. hrUau fcallad UtiM. sesUid "It is to be hoped that the punishuuuj. ra "I nm still as good a Democrat as lvV s4 tbarrfal vtit . Saftri otoiiaiiaif iaif KabtakfaeUbM.MMwaa.CS'-spment which such cowardice invites there is in the State of Kentucky," dk)iabl,afrtNt4 Qraalarffr V, UATtmort & CO4 CVr Hfc It, Olambus, ft, will not be visited on the party by the said he, "and propose to vote the Gen. Hardin does ticket straight In November. I also honest voters. not deserve the defeat which the ac- intend to work harder this year than tion of the convention encourages, ever before, because I realize that only ONR OXVKS BKtlltl'. The cowardly straddle of the platform by extra and unusual exertion all down is not an echo from any hint or state- the line can we hope to win. But for GJ.T-b2- L ment Gen. Hardin gave in the pre- the life of me I can't see how we are 03NT . .. i.A liminary campaign. His attitude be going to pull that ticket through, 1 rTW fore the people was not one of The silver people returned home very 11 a From start to finish he ad. sore, and I look for a revolt among jrit II vocated pure Democratic principles them very shortly. Everything conv irr-''-pnnd made no apology for those vho sidered, therefore, I repeat that I Wheuever can't see how we can posslblyhope to had betrayed the party. and wherever he lifted up hh voice, save Kentucky this year. JOHNWEDDHRBURN & CO,, Solicitors of American and Foreign Patents, ItnlirNiultlt'x i:lllorlnl. The Atlanta Journal, edited and controlled by Hoke Smith, a member Cleveland's Cabinet of President likens the Kentucky platform to Joseph's shirt tall. The distinguished Democratic editor demands the elec tion of Gen. P. Watt Hardin as a vindication of the free silver princiThe ples of the Democratic party. editorial was telegraphed all over the world last Sunday. It says: "As the matter now stands, the platform Is nothing less tha"n nolh-inIt is an insult to the Adminiss traiion and to the redoubtable Henry Watterson, who has beeu captured by tbe inoncy devil, body and boots, It is nu insult to' the free coinage Demo crats, and in its cowardice it slaps all honest men of all parties squarely in ' ' "" One night when Zeb White, tho 'possum hunter of Tennessee, nnd I wcro sitting under a persimmon ho trco watching for 'possums, quietly began: "Yo'scc, I had bin fcctln' oncry mean fur a good marry weeks. Had ia e a run of fever fust, and whou I gut llnir'ft Thta. over It I had no appetite or We ofier One Hundred Dollarsre I was so weak 1 could hardward for any case of Catarrh that canly git outer the house, and nuthln' not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. tho olo woman could do 'pearcd to V. J. Ciiknnbv & Co., Toledo, O. braco mo up. One day it cum to mc We the undersigned, have known all of a sudden, and sez I to myself, F. J. Chenney forjthe last isyears and sez I: " 'Zeb White, yo'ar'hungerln' fur believe him perfectly honorable in all 'possum meat, and that's what's tho business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made matter. Yo'll never do tho man yo' was 'till yo' hov a good squar' by the firm. That's West nnd Ttuax.Wohlesale Druggists meal of baked 'possum. what'll put fat on yo'r ribs and Toledo, O. in yo'r soul as nuthln' clso Waldlng, Kinnan and Marvln.Whole-sal- e will.' Druggists, Toledo, O. "I was too weak to go out hunt-in- ', Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Interbut I sent fur- Abo Mitchell and nally, acting directly upon the blood told him what I wanted. Ho was a critter, and ho spent nud mucous surfaces ot . the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. three days 'possum huntln' befor' ho ho cin it up. Then he cums to mc per bottle. " Sold'by at Druggists. t afrtTsez, soz ho: 49 4t "'Zeb, I'vo tried my best, but shuck my hide if thar's a 'possum Will lliinlln Mrcllne? The Louisville Times says: "Gen. left in theso ycro Cumberland mountalnsl I'vo limited and hunted, Hardin might well hesitate to accept, but I can't find hide nor ha'r of no guunder the present conditions a 'possum I Can't yo' rnako roast bernatorial nomination fairly wou and woodchuck fill the bill?' courteously tendered him by a united 'Can't do It, Abo.' "'Haked coon ar' mighty fino party on a golden platter, but he can ill afford to take the Dead Sea fruit of eatin'.' " 'Yass, but I'm sot on 'possum, a temporary victory to be won by the dishonest action of a partisan Com- nn 'possum I must hov or I shan't well.' mittee on Credentials and tendered never git Jim Cumbcrford ho went "Then him over the protests of a majority of out and hunted and hunted, and Sol his own party. The candidate of this Parker ho went out aud hunted convention who does not come with and hunted, but nary a 'possum did clean and unquestionable credentials they bring in. Jest 'pearcd liko all to both his party and all the people tho 'possum crap had dun failed that might as well go to n gort's house for y'ar, and that Tenncsseo was gwlno wool or seek to gather figs from right to ruin. The longer L waited and tho mo' I thought of it tho hunthorns. grier I got fur 'possum and tho Wall, ono meaner I felt about Cry ovonln' I soton the doorstep, beln' powerful weak, and lickin' my chops fur 'possum, when the olo woman looks up and sez, sez she; Cnureilrs Mrfent. " 'Zeb, wo'vo dun tried roots and Oh, Papa! How could you give away the snap in this manner?. Col. yarbs and medicines, but they don't hov 'posWhal'.en one ot the big Democrats ot do no good. Yo'vo got to sum meat or I'll bo loft a widdcrl' Louisville, tells the public that he '"That's It, and I feel It In my can't for life of him see how they, the bones.' Democrats, can pull through their "'I've bin thlnkln', and 1 reckon State ticket. He was entertained a I'll pray fur yo' delegation of local labor leaders at " 'As howl" "As yo' may go out Louisville a few days ago, when a Cincinnati Knquirer reporter called and kill a 'possum vo'sclf.'" " 'Reckon It'll do any good?' for an explanation df his views. Col. good-hearte- d 'possums, nud when yo' firo oil yo'r gun I'll cum with tho sled and draw tho varmints homo.' ''When I got up next mawnln' I felt pcartcr than fur six weeks, and nrtor brenlifast I started out. I went up tho hill 'bout half a mile nnd turned into tho brcsh, and tho fust thing 1 seed was a big, fut 'possum. Ho slid Inter a holler log, nnd 1 laid down tho gun and got holt of n stout club. My olo dawg was along, and knowed jest what to do. When I was oil ready ho went to t'other end of tho log and began to fuss, and In about a second a 'possum popped out befo' me. I killed him nnd waited fur another, nnd I kept on klllln', and kept wait-itill I had ten. That was tho numbor the ole woman had prayed fur, and so I fired oft my gun and sat down to rest. Might hev been two mlnlts later, when I heard a scratchin' and out cum another 'possum to be killed, no jest stood and waited 'till I clubbed him, and then I knowed by tho nckshuns of tho dawg that I'd got the last one." "Hut how did there happen to be eleven, Undo Zeb? I asked. "That's what bothered mo a heap 'till tho olo woman cum up with the I, 1 .I ,,.l Urn, T sez .vo bicu, ii u ri'iiuuuji itiuu i her, soz I: " "Pears Hko thnr' was a mistake yero sumwhar'. How many 'pos-sur- a did yo' pray fur?' " 'Wall, Zob, I BOt out to pray fur ten, jest as we dun talked about, but when I got almost through I oxed tho Lawd to throw In ono ex tra, so that I might trade tho pelt fur snuff.'" "And wero they all prime, fat 'possums?" I asked. "Tho primest and fattest I over did see, stranger, and In two weeks I was a well man ag'ln. Tho story got around that I had killed 'leven 'possums to once, and tho conse-Iteuc- e was that folks dun called mo tho 'possum hunter of Tennessee. Reckon nobody elseevcr did kill tVat many 'possums toonce." "And so your wlfo's prayers wcro answorcd?" " 'Penred Hko it in that case." "But was thoro any other case?" "Thar was. Unbokn'owncst to mo sho prayed tho Lawd to send threo b'ars down outer tho hills to us. They war' sent. Tho durned critters nrrove In tho night, six hours ahead of time, and what did thoy do but kill a calf and two hogs and claw ray ole mewl 'till I couldn't put a saddle on him for a y'ar I" Detroit Free Press; n' " 'What's that, groasin' fur?' " 'Zeb, yo' nr' gwlno to git them LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Ofliee, over Andenaa's Itasaar.) GLENN & WEDDING. Will practico their pmfess'rin in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collection. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. CTaiaaes .fSaaaltH, JTTflfilY JT If - llAKTroltl), KY. and adjoining counlioa, and court of Appeals. Special ntloiitiou piven tcollections. OfUco east side ot puh'ii ' square. M. L. Will practico his profession in Ohio Hkavhin. HEAVRIH Sitianr Taylor. & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. v Will practice thier profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and eiljoiniug counties, and iu tho Court nt Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Dank of Hartford. . Perry, Westcrficl'd, Attorney at Law. Biiaveb Dam, Ky. E.D.GUFFY. a-iiff- attorneys Sc 3SIn.fjo, a. D. BINGO gaw, SXartforA, Kentiaoley. ill practice m all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal businew attended to. Oflice.329 E. Mnrkct St. R. H. WEDDING Attorney at Law, . HArro-orm-, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford Houso. tAWMDHW 1 Atf ArHUoU&U fli A L'(IVV? for Children Castoria. Pitcher's it a. 1 yL, W . Will practice bis profession in all th courts of Ohio nm) adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to entrusted to his care. Col per year; lections h now 20 cents, or $1 50 a specialty. Office with the then it will be 25 cents per single county Attorney. Also Notary Public copy, or $a.oo per year. This maga0 Xj. zine would be cheap now at $2.00 per year, nnd wc. would suggest that our readers take advantage of this inforGREENVILLE, ICY. mation by subscribing now and savWill practice his profession in all the " 'Can't say, but I'm hopeful.' ing those fifty cents. " 'But if tho 'possums hev nil left All newsdealers receives subscrip- courts of Mtiulenborg and adjoining counties. Speoinl atteution will be this ycro stalt of Tenncsseo?' Toiletts Pub. Co., No. 126 given to collections and all business tions. " 'Then tho Lawd may dun brlug West 23d St., New York, are the pub- entrusted to his care. Office next 'era back ngtn. Would yo' bo satisfdoor below postnffice. ied, with one 'possum, Zeb, ono big, lishers. Alistiit rnallloilN. Summer fashions are ably described and artistically illustrated in the August number ofToilctts, it gives 32 inside pages co'itaiulng over 180 beautiful engravings, besides a lovely lithographed cover in colors. Our fair readers will regret it if they miss this number; it contains information that is valuable to them. This magazine is now considered by all competent critics to be superior to all others for practical use, yet we notice that the publishers have announced that important additional will be given in the improvements November numbir.issued Oitober 1st, when a slight increase in price will be made; tho price for a single copy profeseion in all the courts of Ohio and adioininc .. ..minima nl ...l.. T lal attention given to collections. Office next door below Common cial Hotel. w ILL practice his Hartford. Ky. ,...., Kttorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in th courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Careful attention given-tall business o Jo. B. ROGERS, entrusted to him, Ofllco in Repub- lican Building. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. c. :m: SAjaamsncrp, Attorney ECGBES, at Law, R I P A N S m .... M.M1E e. 4iua Worls. I'lltlH wltb any rotme, I'entuanthlP, llu.lnu; feerfpiidpoe, L'onimcrclal Law, OoinDierolal dep.rltn.uta. N PiclQ!.. In Etbt7 aid Size. XST Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged he declared boldly nnd unequivocally for the free, unlimited and iudepend ArltltitMllo and Mpelllim t:q::kxi XY a.nl fcaa. Writ for II 1111)171 KlUIIV. wtllaara youmoney. Wrlli for In.lrHllona, gTO.Ooo.OO Uuaranlrri lint n I. a. reprenenl.il, or mjiii-our IIHILIttNII. NKW :i.flOAIIIT fuildnl. owiiad. erected .ml furnlniied iiy u., to inn'i tli liMlulrfmanl. ol our prai lloal .y.lero of lnM i i.t, tlnu. rnriiare Ilrut, l.lrrtrlei l.lalil. and ini l in r rentllatlon, Tb. iierlecl enutpp.il Iti-tlllu.hieM .Villeiro Ilillldlnf "Our CluHrnnle I'laii," lUr. litllioNoilltl, reel, upon tbelr word only, will 1.11 sou ibal tb.y will glva yonIn tb 'ame," or k ' 'mora " le.. time," or for inaa tliofougli oourie." complete otony eU tban It take, ofto aucb el.tria,a Ilewihrtt fotirM wtlb u. liter an ful.e.V. Ijlu.irated Oalalocut free Addrea., V. CAI.IIOUN. I'r nclpal, lrtt Symptoms Moisture; intense Itching and stinglug;most ot nlghtiworse Wiinteil. continue Rxery hotly to Ifnow that Groves by scratching.' li allowed tobleed and tumors form, which olten Tnstlesa Chill Tonle Is guaranteed to ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swanb's Cure Chills and fever, Igrippe Bad Ointmknt stops the itching and bleedColds &c, or your inoncy will be ing, heals ulceration, and in most refunded lu every balance. Sold by cases removes the tumors, At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents, Dr. VilliLSi & Bell, UmUcid Ky. Swaync& Son, Philadelphia. tailnaton. Ky. Boldontriahtnor.ntnororaltr. Ad.pted to City, Villain, or Ooaaln. Kfde4 In onry I bonnai.bpp. .tor. and otSo.. Gr.4tMtoonn H l.noa and Mt all.r on enitlu At-rnmNKei rrfnn v to wiper nay. I On. In a reeldenoa mean, a .ale to all tba I n.l.bbora. Fin. In.tram.nl l, no toyaiworx. I aoFwb.ra, any dUunoa, OompUU, ready tor I unrIwi .hipped. Caubaput apbyanyoaa, a.rar out at ordar, no repairing, latU a Ufa B tltto warrant!. A inone u.li.r Writ. 1 W. P. Narrlton & Co .Cork ID. Coiumbul. O m i IMIral Ilrliluir I'll en. "WMjJCviii (j liable to great disturbfunctional ance through syra. Dyipepida, path?. or Indigestion, often causes It to palpi tata In it dUtreatlng i, way. Nervous Debility and impoverished uioou, jyJrfli abo causa 1U too Ecsjajm.v ril - Many tlmos, Bplnol Affections, causa It to labor unduly. Bufferors front tuclt Nerv ous AITecUons often lmaglno tbemaelves Um Victim ot organic; heart disease. mmvous diseases, m r- - rapid puliation,. Hardin to catch the silver votes and an empty platform tojtlcklc the rest of country, is the shrewd wn'y the Kentucky gold bugs managed it, the ticket Is purely a local affair, but the platform was intended forforeigncon-sumptioIt means nothing. It indorses Cleveland and the Chicago platform, and if Cleveland's letters mean anything, they are in direct antagonism to the Chicago platform. What is modern Democracy, anyhow? Who can tell? Cin. Con. Gazette. n. Hartford, Ky., voted for whisky last week by two majority. The last time gta, Melancholia and Kindred Ailments, are a school was maintained there was In treated as a specialty, with great success, by tho Btaff of the Invalids' Hotel, For 16S6 or 7 aud the liceuse the keeper l'amphlet, lUferencos, and I'arttculars, enpaid was $!,ooo,but he cleared J6,ooo dow 10 cunts, la stamp for postage. year. Catiuelton (Ind.) Address, Would's DisriMSAar MxmaaJ. that Association, buffalo, N, Y, Tele"-plion- all c. fat 'possum?" " 'Skassly. Reckon I want at least three. If tho Lawd ts gwlno to send us 'possums wo might as When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When aha was a Child, she cried for Castoria, well hev three as ono.' " 'That's so, and as long as I'm When she became Mlas, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave the'm Castoria. prayin' it's jest as easy to ask fur fo' or five as fur two or three' " 'Moko It six, olo woman, as 'possum hides ar' now wuth fo bits apiece at the store.' At a recent meeting of the Execu" 'Yo' wouldn't objeck to seven, tive Committee of the Colton States Zeb?' reso" 'No, durn ray bultonsl Tell yo' and International Exposition, a archl-tect was passed directing the what yo'd better do. Jest pray fur lution to prepare plans for an nnnex to ten of 'cm, and hov 'cm all big and iy fat. I don't want to bo too durned Machinery Hall. This is made by the fact that the great man pertlckler about It, but'twon'tmako any mo' prayin' fur yo', aud as long ufacturiug States of New York, Pennsylvania, nnd Conas the Lawd Is gwlno to send 'cm, wo might as well hov a hull drove as necticut have recently asked for large to fuss around with a few. I'm no space in which to make exhibits, bog, and yo' kin tell the Lawd that cor silting mainly of machinery of we hain't gwlno to say a word 'bout finest kiud. b'ars and coons and woodchucks. We'll toko itall In 'possums, nod thon Notwstbstaitdjng the fact that the thar' won't bo no "mlxin up of tho Kentucky Democracy has eudorstd meat and pelts.' " 'It's axtn' a heap, Zob, beln as President Cleveland it is noticeable how neither of us hev bin to church that that gentleman keeps on fishing. fur ten y'ors, and beln' as how yo' ar' powerful frco with yo'r but I'll tako tho chances.' "Wall, stranger, the olo woman went out to the mowl shed and put things mighty plain and without Commerany trlflln', and when she cum back handslqd. ah.o.boronto grease tho nee-essacuss-word- s, :E3. DF. TZ3E5J.2Lm, Attorney at Jaw, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and, adjoining counties. Special attention given lo collections. Office in Courthouse. (Cbmity ority) Attorney at Iaw SPECIAL HARTFORD, KY. attention given to making abstracts, iv.c.f also Notary Puhlio for Ohio County. Office North sido ot public spure. JNO. B. WILSON, mmmtmmmrnmMvmMtmmcMmami J. R. PBFtTLE i.mm mm-oat- Subscribe ior The REruLio.AN and Louisville cial $1.25 por yoar. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most Office over Williams 8c reasonable Bell's Drug Store. 4 - mt9W!2frri mm Lmmnvh BiHsU Bas.ita.q'illM ertl iiaTsTiri finftf til tMmmtf& ..., .wlari 'A3l-.-- ? ft Vj -- - , Wo have tho larg- - est circulation, but want more. Reinom- ber $1.25 gote Tho - Republican and Louisville Commor cial ono year. e sjtAi.i.notmr.. In tbo damago suit of Miss Tate, ol After preaching for tho last ten my appreciation of, the satire thereOur pco-piCrops are looking well. Morganfiold, against tho Owensboro years or moro tho inexcusable false- in contained. arc blessed with health. Before the money creed of these hood that n Protective TariO was rOBUSHHD EVUHY FllIDAY MOIUCIKO Ufatengcr for libel tho jury awarded Quite a crowd attended the reunion Miss Tate 8500.00. driving tho farmers of tho country to financial philosophers was onvolved, Irish- at Calhoon the 4II1. NAIt A. AMI1IIM mankind generally supposed that It starvation and especially so in KanMeans danger. It Is a serious jo. ii. noor.iw r.titor. The Misses Chlnns an.l Maud Bencondition nnd will load to disasUnder tho Nicholson Law nil tho sas and Nebraska, whero tho gnat required something mote than legisnett will remain h,cre this wtek the Subscription, $1.25 poi yoar. Indiana saloons wcro closed lost Sun- mortgage humbug was paraded bo lation, statute-makinto institute trous results if It is not over- nndMrs. gncsts ol MissLUHe Barnard come at onco. It Is a suro sign and two thousand old topers boro tho people to catch votes for thrift and prosperity. In the dark day Friday, July, 12, 1895. Cora Taylor. that tho blood Is Imiwvcilshcd ages, however, the alchemists, necrofrom Jefferson villo enmo over to Frco Trade, tho Counen Journal in an and Impure Tho host remedy Ii The rain interfered with the entermancers and enchanters, with weird Louisvillo to spend tho day. unguarded moment tells the truth. STATE SENATOR. tainment at T. B. Barnard's, but the ceremoniee. professed to transmute Wn ore authorized to announce It scldon tells the truth when it is in wottblessncss info value and to few who attended report a good time. Dr. A. D. Jambs, Tun Chicago Tima-Ucrahas of- its normal condition. It ngrccs with change the form and character of ma- I'OMTioi in iiiu.i:ui:miiii(ii: to. Mrs. W C. Ford, Ccritertown, reOf Muhlenberg county, as n candidate turned to her home after n few weeks lor State Senator in the 8th Senatorial fered $5,000 in prizes to tho success Secretary Morton that farming is terial things by mere incantations. IlARDiNSiiUKO, Kv July, 4th. visit toher son, T.I. Ford, of this District, subject to the action of the ful competitors in n raco from Mil- profitable, that Kansas and Nebraska They sought the philosopher's stone, Wldchmakcs rich, healthy blood, The members of St. Romuatds Republican party. place. waukee to Chicago with horsolcss farming is profitable and that Secre- and their search for the moansof and thus gtrcs strength and elasCatholic Church gave a picnic a vicinity Quite a number from this HEPRESENTATIVE. carriages. Tho raco is to tako placo tary Morton, notwithstanding ono of ticity to tho muiolcs, vigor to Jlnggold out of baser metals was Fourth of July picnic at National will attend the Holiness Convention We are authorized to announce the brain and health and vitality those crstwhilo not later than November 1. "blighting inort. in vain. Centuries ago they left that Park y. Esq. V. I. Rowo, to every part of tho body. nt South Carrollton this week. field of experimentation. gages" mado raonoy on his Nebraska1 Of Centcrtown, ns a candidate to rep Hood's Banaparlllo positively During the Republican State ConMiss Mamie Reid will teach In her It remained for Bland, Bryan, vention at Louisville n deputation of farm and it further gives a reason The Louisville Sunday Star conresent Ohio county in the Lower home district. House of the next General Assembly, tains in its last issuo nn ablo editorial why farming generally is not more Stewart, Teller, Sibley and their zealleading Republicans of Breckcnridgc Mrs. Ada Oray, Evansvllle, is vissubject to the action of the Republicr ous disclpleti, by mere wagging of the on tho Bank Tax question. Among profitablo in theso words: county called upon Mr. Mat O'Doher-t- y iting relatives near here. an party. The reason why farmers arc not "silver tongues," to evoke from the other tliinirg it R.ivs: and requested that he make a We arc authorized to announce Puaps main y : viewless viscera of vacuity vast vol- speech at Htmlinsburg on the day of There wes a surprise singing at "A discussion ofthebank taxdeds-- ' ",ore t,lcIr C. M. Barnbtt of Iack of business Capt Liter's Wednesday night. umes of value. When these financial resolves itself into the simple j faus,e, " My sitter was troubled with the picnic aforesaid. A candidate to represent Ohio county " Jumktt. Shall the banks be exempt I enchanters shall have thoroughly denervousness and tired feeling. in the next House ol Representatives, Mr. O'Dohcrty cheerfully and readBut the light of truth was two pow monstrated nud.cstablished their theoBho tried sovcral remedies withsubject to the action ot the Republic- from local taxation while all other ily assented to do so. The fact that classes of wealth are taxed, and taxed erf ul for tho Courier Journal and bo ries Tests out relict until sho began taking an party. of making wealth and prosperity js 50 piaiu , i ,1 he was to address the people on the aiiKCf jluis proposition .j his Hood's Sarssparllla. Myyoung-i- t i..i showed no baking powder through the mere, "Be it enacted" Fourt'a had been widely advertised that every voter in Louisville and Jet sitter Is taking Hood's for a by so pure or so great In leavequilibrium ho had said this: Republican StatoTickot. of legislation, all mandlnd will be at ferson county can readily grasp it. troublo with tho muscles of liar the managers of the picnic, and a reThe framers of the new Constitution ening power as tho Royal. V. 0. Bradley. Governor "In the crowded States of the Old rest, an eternal holiday and absolute limbs with benefit." Miss M. It. should es- World, where the taxes and rents are worklcstncss will settle down upon sult there was a tremendous crowd Scott, Cove, Arkansas, Licut.Qovcrnor W, J. Worthing designed that no property Stateondlo-caI.lfn or .Innry llnnka. cape the responsibility of t enormous, there is more basis for comthis luxuriant 'and beautiful globe. on hand. Early in the morning a ton. We arc in receipt ol a handsomely government and provided that nil plaint from farmers. In this country stream ot humanity set in towards should pay and pay alike. of cheap and fertile lands there is no Legislation witl tkac the place of huAuditor S. II. Stone. the Park, from all directions. The bound little volume containing a lite man its wisdom, "TheCourt of and Secretary of State Wins. Finley. has seen fit to Appeal.",a indecision ex- other vocation a sure can follow which man effort, physical and intellectual. east bound and west bound trains of the "Queen oi the Turf," Nancy promises such and permanent Money, food, raiment, meatand drink, lender Treasures Geo. W. Long. disgorged immense loads of people Hanks, together with all her empting the one hundred and twenty rewards as agriculture. The fact that board and lodging will be secured by who rapidly found volume contains, The Attorney General W. S. Taylor. or more banks in the State from all a nondescript political party depends their way to the statutes and paradise regained by en- picnic grounds. When Mr. O'Dohcr- among other things, a description of of Public Instruc- taxation except the seventyfive cents for its existence on assertions to the Superintendent paid into the state treasury. actment. contrary does not alter the tact." Respectfully yours. ty took the stand there were about the many diseases of live stock to- Hood's Pills &T.ru.u2b?7 V, J. Davidson. tion This great Democratic Bible thus J. STERLING MORTON. What is true of Louisville and Jefie ee treatment; also the Office S'000 people on the grounds. As gether with their C. 0. Register of Land ferson county, is equally true of turns its back squarely upon the arstandard of registration of the Amerimany as could get within hearing of Roynolds. Tnxcft. can Trotting Register and of the NaHartford and Ohio county and of ev- gument which has been for years a Owknsuouo, Ky. Sheriff Kcown'a tax books for 1895 the speaker gathered nrouud the Commissioner of Agriculture Lu ery other town and county containing part of the stock in trade, not only stand. The speaker was introduced tional Saddle Horse Breeders' Associ- Does finest work of nny laundry In are made up and he and his accomcas Moore. ations. It also clntatns the fastest a bank. It is the very height of class of Henry Wattorson, but of every modating deputies can the West. No injurious ingre- -. tell you to a by John P. Haswell, Jr. Mr. O'Doh-ert- y trotting and pacing records in races, IUIL1:0AD COMMISSIONER. legislation to say that tho, Hartford other Democratic editor and orator in cent how much your spoke nbout two hours to the Work all guarantaxes amount to dlents used. against time and at different ages. First District Jerry Porter. workingman shall pay on his $1,000 the land. Whero is tho man who for this year. Furthur than that, If great delight ol all the Republicans, teed to give satisfaction. PatS. Irwin. The book is full of valuable suggesSecond District II. house $9 school tax, $4 town tax and has not heard Democratic speakers you tender the money they will write and to the complete discomfotture of rons' linen Insured against fire 89.25 County and Stato tax, while affect almost tears in depicting the you a nice little receipt In a bold, leg- all the Democrats present. The ora- tions in regard to live stock. The while in the laundry. SPECIAL NOTICE. tor completely Ignored the silver publishers, The H. L. Lohmeyer the Bank of Hartford with its 630,000 young man who in his early twenties ible hand. questfon and argued that all the fi- Drug Co , Pittsburg, Pa , will send Laundry sent on Tuesday and capital stock pays not one cent to marries and buys a farm and starts nancial distress and business disaster this interesting volume free to all returned on Saturday Wo have made repeated appeals to tho school, tho town nor the county, into life. How the Tariff would rob that had fallen upon the people with- who apply at once, although the reg subscribers who are in arrears with and but "Gets on tho hundred dollars him and how he and his wife and of each woek. in the last three years, was the result ular price is 50 cents. And yet tho Court of children wold go ragged and cold and us; some have responded cheerfully to the State. Is THE FAIR of the of Democratic Tariff Policy. He said Ellendale T.tmo, atitetljp Cmh. On account of Baptist Young Peoand paid one year in advance, others Appeals, by its decision, says this is hungry and yet the farm would not Green River country and the biggest that with the establishment of conWalter M. Patk, Agt. ple's Union of America at Baltimore, law. bo paid for and the debt growing In Western Kentucky. Wrri. Rapier servative tariff laws, Lave paid no attention to our noprosperity Md., July Hartford, Ky. '95, tickets will be larger, and all, all od account of the alms to make it THE FAIR of the would again smile upon us. tices. To all those who have paid we on sate to Baltimore at $19 10, and Who is it State. The Stato has been behind in tho Robber Tariff Barons. Politics in general The Re- to Washington, D, C. at 20,60 for the "How 10 Cure nil ftltln llrairs." aro very thankful, to those who have The grounds are situated in theEden publicans of Breckcnridge county are round payment of the teachers about 6100,-00- 0, that has not heard this rot from the Simply apply "Swayne's Ointrip, good until August 5, to not paid, we ask you again to call or tment" No internal medicine requirwhich is just now being paid. stump until the speaker grew red and of Daviess county half a mile from entirely satisfied with the Republican return. On sale July 16th and 17th. ed. Cures tetter, caenia, itch, all And Curdsvllle 011 Green River and the State ticket and will carry the county send in that subscription account you The lengths to which Democratic ed- vehement in his denudations. H. Merrick, Agent. eruptions on the face, note, &c., leavcomes along and natural beauties of the place have handsomely in November. The mathe Courier-Journm 9 owe. Wo aro at a great expense ev- itors are going in a vain attempt to ing the skin clear, white and healthy. says the farmer is all right no matter been so enhanced by this years im- jority in November will be no less Its great healing and curative powers Cry ery week and MUST have whatis telievo the present State Administraprovements as to make Ellendale as than 500. On Monday the 15th, the arc possessed by no other remedy. tion from the just odium for permit, what a "nondescript parly" says Ask your druggist lor SiVAYNR's due us on subscription. Look at tho Is it possible tho Demo- the lovers of Paradise pictured by Republicans will hold a county conting such a condition of affairs aie in about it. Ointmbnt. 34 iyr. Claude Melnott in the Lady of Lyons. vention to nominate a candidate for 81.000 In Uold (llrtn mAvrajr n label on your paper and you will Ece teresting. fool1'rlirc. The Frankfort Capital cratic party did not know how everything is new, represcntitlve. There arc two candiFor the best pictures taken. On how much you are indebted to us, even goes so far as to make this state- ish its arguments were until tho Pop- At Ellendale bright and up to date. A new three-sto- ry dates tu the field, Hon. Jonas D. Wil- November 15th, 1895, we shall give But Henri and don't rest until you have paid it ment, which is glaringly false: "Most ulists took them up? hotel, .1 two story floral hall, a son, ol Cloverport, nud Hon. Charles away One Thousand Dollars in gold off. Your subscription account is of the money was paid the teachers says he let Mr. Beck do his studying large, new poultry building, a new Blanfonl, of Bewleyville.- - Mr. Wil- for the best pictures taken by the Camera. for him while ho was for Free Silver 200ft addition to the Grand Stand, son carried the county two years ago just as essential as any account and before they earned it. and all of it as The prizes will be awarded us folsoon as it was leally and equitably and when ho studied for himself ho new office, waiting and dressing and liiade an acceptable representalows: $200 in gold will be given for you ought to pay it just the same as due." Many ot tho teachers havo was then for Sound Money. May be rooms &c all new, commodius and tive. A large number ol good Re- the best picture taken by this Camera; $100 for the second best; $50 for any other account, and you will conwaited since payday on the second then he's bceu studying the farmer convenient. Ever thing at Ellenpublicans think it would be right to best; $25 for fer a great favor on us by us paying Saturday in January for the balance question a little. Who will ho namo dale is new and bright without n endorse him The fight however the third for the fitth best; the fourth best; $15 $10 for the duo then and nearly all of the teach- as his scape goat to carry the shame speck or fly on it. The new half will be close as Mr. Blandford has a sixth best, and lor the next 40 best $5 AT ONCE. of tho misfit editorials ho has been mile regulation race tract is thought large number of warm supporters each will be given; for the next Ho ers had completed schools by the best $2 50 each will be given, and for Louisville is all split up again To say that pouring out fur years in btbali of the to be the fastest in Western Ken- who are exceedingly anxious to nommiddle of February. rooit-gag- e tucky. The peculiar nature of the inate him. It matters not however, the next 200 best pictures taken by the Howard divorce suit this time. "most of the money was paid the poor it's starving, the Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be ground makes it so. Cyclists say its which gentleman is nominated, the given, making in all ?l,ooo given ridden, Tariff robbed farmer? STortjisover the West and North- t cachers before tbey had earned it," a daisy. entire party will enthusiastically sup- away. word, but is ll. We shall do this for two reasons, Joltlnc tol. west did immense damago last Sun- is not only false in every The Floral Hall is an immense port the nojiiuee and he will be n a reflection upon the County Super-tendeThe New York Sun pokes the viz: The first to introduce the day night. structure of two stories, well ventila- clectected by an overwhelming Camera for 1895; the second, 13. The law provides that the lowing harmless fun at Col. ted, well lighted and beautifully dec The Populists have already to educate the amateurs in phonograPugs Corbett and Filzsimmous are teachers' salary is due at the end of Nail: orated. The inducements offered laput up a victim in the persons of Mr. phy. This contest closes on Novemadvertised to fight at Dallas, Texas, each month and provides for tbo payThrough all the agitation in Kendies in It arennuch greater than at Smith Wagoner. This elegant gentle- ber 1st, 1895, on or about October 31. ment on the next succeeding second tucky one fact shines out vivid ns usual fairs. Besides the premium lor man has no more show This camera can be used by of success and is sold uuder a positive anyone wntteu Saturday, beginning with the month lightning, The Hon. Ion Brad Nail the best specimen of its class $25 is than was had by the traditional feline guarantee to do the work or money The Chairman of the State Cen- of October. The Democratic admin- was nominated for Commissioner ot given to the best display of each when in the lirery furnace without refunded. tral Committee has muzzled Jo Blackistration in Kentucky is responsible Agriculture. To obtain this nomina county represented by at least three claws. However we understand that Sent by express with fnll instrucburn so much so that the latter gentle for this delay in the payment of the tion has been the aspiration of Mr. displays an a $110 Packard organ is he expects to have his tun out of the tions and rules governing this conmakman had to get up and decline Nail's waking days 'and the dream given to the best display in the Hall. test upon receipt of express money teachers and no amount of subtercampaign, which we trust he will order tor $ 75. ing a speech to a Court House full of of his nights for months. Every lov- The space is free to all and the preavoid the responsibility. fuge can have abundantly as he will have to Remember, A Written Guarantee at Carlisle. people last Monday er of agriculture must rejoice in his miums paid in full. pay for it. The Democrats have not Goes with Every Camera. triumph. There is not a blade of How that must have hurt Jo. Address. Lacrosse Specialty Co., hotel is a large The three-storCourier-JoumTuesday's congrass in Kentucky that has not pol- commodius and beautiful structure as yet selected their lamb for sacrifice. UUJrosse wis. Outoct. 1 We understand from chairman Whit- has inSome Louisville Smart Alex tains the following remarkable state- ished itself in honor of Mr. Nail's vicIt has every convenience essential to worih however that it will be selected Dr. Price' Cream itaklnr Powder vented a definition for fortnight. He ments: tory, not a field of hemp that doesn't the comfort of guests. The attend.-ant- s World's Pair HighMt Awrd. about the middle of August and that says it's the length of time it requires "At a meeting of the nominees up- laugh in ecstasy, not a still that will be well trained, attentive will be without spot or blemish. HowItrpslillrnn ConvenlUn, tho Louisville Base Ball Club to win on the Democratic State ticket, which doesn't speak .louder than words. wilT be ever, aftei November It A delegate county convention will be known was was held yestercay afternoon in Ere many months have gone great end obliging and the table a game, and he calculates that tho is called to meet in Hartford, Ky. supplied with the subitantial fare of only as that which was slain. the law office of Mr. James P. Helm, Club will have just time enough to it was unanimously determined toask improvements will be see in Ken- the country combined with the delifit the court house, Monday, July 22, RoniN Hood. win five more games by tho close of the State Centeral Committee to use tucky The introduction ofselfmllk-in- g cacies of the season. Dinners, lunches 1895 at 1 o'clock to nominate a Repcows, producingnothing butster-lize- d and its efforts to have the discussion ofthe A lluinoroiift ft'ncl the season. ublican candidate for Representative all seasonable refreshments will cunency question eliminated, from About Hood's Sarparilla milk, and the arming of sheep be it expels from Onioccunty, In the next session like everything at Ellendale fair coming campaign, and to thembad humou and creates good hnmor. of The Hon. James B. Eustie, Am- the entiiely ignore it in their can- with shears and razors, both for clos- and reasonable. the General Assembley of the comselves A battle for blood is what Hood's bassador tb France, is suggested as a vass of the State. While the nomi- er and more convenient shaving and monwealth of Ky. It is ordered that In every branch there, will be strikm m Democratic candidate for President nees met for the sole purpose of dis- as a protection from dogs, are among ing departures from the old grooves of Sarsaparilla vigorously fights, and it on Saturdayjuly 20, 1895 conventions JIhU Ham on Humlny, cussion the political situation, and the least amendmens of agriculture is always vigorous in expelling foul next year. Judging from his recent have not the power to control trie be held iu each voting precinct in Taking effect May 26th the Louis county fairs in all departments. Send taints and giving the vital fluid the Ohio county to select delegates to the London speech Mr- - Eustis has one campaign, or the manner in which it which are expected of the Hon, Ion to the secretary Robt. T Smith, ville, St. Louis St. Texas Railroad will lor quality and quantity of perfect health. B. Nail. Burgoo and barbecue exsen on every Sunday round trip tickpoint at least of superiority to the shall be conducted, they were unnni large anJ artistic program and scan It cures scrofula, salt rheum, boils convention called for July 22. mous in the sentiment that the cur- periment stations will be established Each precinct shall have, in the ets between all Its stations ,on main present incumbent of the high office rency question has been settled by the at convenient points, and a Cuckoo the premium list for novelties and other blood diseases. county convention one vote for each line at one fare for the round trio. of President he is an American with Democrats ot the State convention as- reservation is already planned. scattered through it and examine the Hood's Pills act easily, yet prompt- twenty.five votes, cast in such pre-fsembled, and that it should be, and, Tickets are good on date of sale, good trotting pacing and running races, n big A. in fact, had been, eliminated from the When the hand of tte Hon. I. B. Nill the ladles' men's and children's bi- ly and efficiently on the bowels and John W. Lewis at the November returning same day. This gives evIs put to the plough, the plough will campaign by 1894 election, and one for each frac- eryone an opportunity to visit one ot The Bank Tax decision is best un- which is the the platform adopted, have to speed and the crops will have cycle races, the mule, hound, goat, liver. 25c party's declaration of tion of such vote over twelve. the largest cities or spend a day with foot and potato and other races. derstood and appreciated when its principles. to hump themselves. Notice. Said precinct conventions are called their friends along the line. For furth "Feeling that thequestion had been The wheelmen of Ohio county practical workings are laid baro thus: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I to meet at two o'clock p m. er lnlormntion call on agent or adought to look at the nice list cycle have by writing lodged with The com mon every day citizen who settled, so far as the party is concern-in ionllnt Mftfe TlrUrf, the ed, by a majority of the Democrats The East and West Hartford pre- dress II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., The Populists in convention at races and the handsome prizes offer- lives in tho town of Hartford pays on the State, the nominees feel that it clerk of the Ohio County Court,given cincts shall be held together. The Louisville, Ky. Louisville last week nominated the I cd. Anyone desiring to enter any of every dollar's worth of his aseea-owould be both unwise and unnecesto my sons Samuel and Joseph James sary to reopen it or discuss it from the following ticket the races can find entry blanks from the previlige of acting working and two Fordsvllle precincts shall hold property at the rate of $2.22$ cents stump. The declaration of party For Govenor, "nomas S. Ptttit, of Z Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggists, trading for themselves as they choose convention as one precinct. The voto the one hundred dollars, while the ters In the Olaton precinct will vote principles stands lor itself, and by Daviess. Hartford or address the Secretary. free from my control. I will not asBank of Hartford pays only 75 cts it the nominees propose to abide. in precinct conventions held in For Lieutenant Governor, John J. Cheap rates on all railroads in West- sert claim to wages earned or properinThe nominees also felt that the cur-rc- n on the one hundred dollars. If that's In which they voted at the Nov. ern Kentucky and excursions from ty acquired by either of them nor cy question was not a State issue, Blair, of Nicholas. equal rights to all and exclusive and that it properly bad no right in For Treasurer, M. R. Gardner, of Owcnsboro to Curdsvillle via the will I be reponsible for any oftheacts 1894 election. canprivileges to none we want no more of the campaign in which State officers The following Is the vote each preHardin. Texas II. R. to Spottsvillc and from ol either. Samuel James, were to be elected, none of whom it. cinct will have in the county convenFor Auditor, C. II. Dean, of Wood-- ) thence by boat to Curdsvllle. Ad Render, Ky., July 11, 1895, would have anything to do with the 50 3t tion, ford. mission a.scts. question as a national issue." No wonder the Democrats want Hartford 8 For register of Land Office, J. E. Tuesday first day bting LADIES ToMrmtter llnrirord Library. This means, if it means anything, tho money question out of tho cam I 5 Qulcksall, of Wolf. You will please be at ray office at 3 Beaver Dam DAY, ladies and children un-- ! Mttttn-je- r that the party is paign. Hear the Owensboro more hopelessly di7 For Attorney General, S. M. Pey- dcr filtten years admitted FREE. o'clock p. m. Saturday, July 13, with Sulphur Springs and Watt Hardin's homo paper: vided on tho currency question than Cool Springs 2 ton, of Hart. EUenditlc is new, bright complete your certificates ol membership. "The Harrodsburg Sayings, Gen. tho people had been led to believe, McHenry 5 For Secretary of State, Don Single-tarG. B. Likens, Librarian. no back numbers everything up Hardin's home paper, says that, after and that neither the Sound Money Horse Branch of Hickman. ,5 fuller investigation of the convento date. Fordsvllle 10 tion's doings It develops that the in- nor Free Silver Democrats will inFor Supt. Public Instruction, II. H. UKftTEItTOWX. dorsement of the administration was dorse the proposition of the other 111 Farmer, of Henderson. 2 Health Is good. Crops are doing Aetnaville Thrj entirely perfunctory, and is nothing tho campaign. 6 It follows then that Ask ten men that first pass out on well. The fanners are rejoicing over Centcrtown For Commissioner of Agriculture, more than a meaningless courtesy Small House 3 any street corner in town where any the recent rains. shown Cleveland and Carlisle as the tbo only way out of it is to buok out M. L. Scott, of Shelby. M 5 So far as I have been able to learn Rockport United States Senator, Clarence certain bank is, and one will know, heads of the party, 'I'rom this as tho abovo deo'aration says the canSor Attoution Republicans. Rosine standpoint,' the Sayings continues, didates have done. 7 five will guess wrongly, and four will the Republicans of this precinct are n The County Convention hertofore This is the first S. Bate, of Jefferson. 'the only financial provision of the time in the history of the Democratic Cromwell . . , . 6 called to meet at not even hazird any thought on the unit for W. I. Rowe for RepresentaHartford y July platform may be found in the reaffir"A flrnilnnlenl Otlii' Flunnrlnl Bcda 4 22, 1895 will select delegates to represubject. And the banks are the old- tive. They feel also that Centettown Kcliool" HH 10 Mllale. mation of the Chicago platform of party in Kentucky for a quarter of a Select 3 sent Ohio county in the Senatorial precinct is justly entitled to the nomW. C, Campbell, of Topeka, who est and most stable and most Impor1892. This section, truly interpreted century that thecandidutesof that parmeans free coinage, and we under- ty havo been willing to fight it out wrote a satire, which was set to mu- tant institutions in town. Of the inee, and will make a strong pull and Shreve 3 Convention for the 7th Dist, oi Ky. stand this is the construction General Magau 6 which hasbeeu called for August sic, entitled, "A Graduate ol Coin's leading dry goods stores these same hard fight for Uncle Billy's nominaP. Wat Hardin will put upon it, and on State issues, and they would'nt bo Financial School," recently tent a ten men, who may never in their lite tion. Uncle Billy may not be as Buford , . . 1 y. 7th 1895 at Greenville, will go forth as of yore to do battle willing now except that necessity 'he 3 ..A. rxftt In Cotraln.l, r A Vm.1 .. .. have been in a dry goods store, will good looking as some men, but when Bartlett E. D Gui'itv Ch'rn'u for the cause ot bimetallism." ' drives them to it.Tlio Republican aro 2 Morton. Acknowledging the receipt lie able to place three or four, some of It comes til souud.practical sense and. Heflin W. A. Gidson, Secy. ready for the fray and they will see By order of the Connty Executive pi ' them s (rood manv more than that. judgment of which he has as much to of it, Mr. Morton says: to it that there 15 no lack of informa CUItk MHtkt ALL II ttZZv-E. D. GufTy, Ch'm'n. My Dear Sir: I have to thank you I fancy. And yet you hear that the square Inch as any man In Ohio Committee. The U. S. Gov't Best Unih Wjmp. Tauca Y tiou fur tho voter along any or all for "A Graduate of Coin's In lima. Hold brdrvgvte. W. A. Gibson, Sec'y. county. Uncle Billy will be In line. Financial men do not read advertisements, show Royal Baking Powder these lines. Hartford, Ky , June 8th 1895. Mack, School," set to music, and to express Washington Capital. superior to all others. Hartford Republican O'DOpTY Large Crowd at The Eloquent man Addresses a Tired Peeling HOOD'S That t ; ld Sarsaparilla Makes the com-poi- in ue-io- Weak Strong :i. TiwWorI(Fs Fair Hood's Only Hood's roy Steam 1 laundry, h 4 ELLENDALE FAIR. , 18-2- 0, Children for Pitcher's Castorla. sse down-trodde- nts. fo!-Io- NOTICE. To the Tax Payers of Ohio County: I take tliis method of notifying you that your Taxes for the year 1895 are due, andlam COMPELLED to make a settle- JL "V.: ment with the Stato Auditor in a very short time, and will be compelled to col onco. So you will call at my office at once and lect the money at 1 y al settle your Tax or you can iind mo or one of my deputies in tho field. Yours Tory Truly, C. P. Keown,S. O. C. d pre-clu- ts Our subscription list is constantly y, Alrrllr. creasing. You not afford to bo left behind. Send in $1.25 and got. The Republic an and Louisvillo Weekly Commercial, ono year. " wrmjM.wn:imj.um?m ft Reports 4-FAI- R BROS. j&"C0-4-- " Awarded Highest Honors World' SUMMER BARGAINS, vfow Da Pair. LEXINGTON A ghat ihe-fc- . gammer - Leading Teacher Writes his Impression of the State Educational' Associa- the drowning of Byron Smith, at 111. lastSaturday: A letter was received this morning from Mr. J. F. VIckers, dated July 8, stating that the body of young Byron Smith has not yetbeen found. In the Tho letter Mr. Vickers tell the story of the a, HARTFORD COLLEGE. Loading School of Western Kentucky Enters Upon Its Six. teonth year. CREARI . Season is far advanced wo have decided to close out our entire lino of summer goods at cost. Notico our prices. "Vyasli Dress goods: 1 BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grip Creim of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A f tion. A Great Meeting and the School Interests of Kentucky Receive a Boom. for Corcan crepes," very stylish 10o " Morlay cloth for waist lOo " yard wldo pcrcals 10c " figuied ducks Oc Mrs. Dr. somewhat. J. S. Coleman Is improving lOo ICo lOo " Irish lawn " colored mulls pink, blue, " Marquise cordo'fes ' Silver may boom, but Fair Bros. & Co. Is a boomer. Mrs. Hebtr Matthews is in Owensboro this wiek. red Capt. S. K. Cox: was In Owensboro Monday on business. Miss Lena Carson is visiting friends and relatives near Ileflln. Trade with Fair Bros. & Co. buyers and Cash sellers. Cash 12Jc " finest quality, American satino lGc " $ vool clialllcs, worth 20o 30o " all wool clialllcs, worth GOc IGo lOo 7c lOo 18c Cc 30c " nice quality black lawn " dotted swiss " pretty dress gingham, " fliio zephyrs ginghams " pretty Scotch ginghams worth " best new prints " nicest wash silk, worth GOc Beautiful line of white sailors just received at Fair Bros. & Co. Vou can exchange old money for new goods at Fair Bros. & Co. 2Co Lexington, Ky., July 3, '95. The third and last day's exercises ot the State Association have passed. The teachers arc enthusiastic over Visitors the success of the meeting. and teachers are delighted with the success of the affair. President, says. Prof. Rhoades, "This meeting is two hundred per cent better than we have ever had. Herealter. everything will date from the Lexington Meeting." The royal reception extended to the teachers by the city and county government of Lexington and Fayette, have been, and are, noble and grand. And we all say the best things we can think of about this bcautiiul country and our grand reception, Our county, Ohio, has here four representatives, viz.: Z. H. Shultz, sad accident. He says: "It all happened this way. The party had their boat anchored here with rocks and Saturday morning, about 4 o'clock, there was a considerable gate. This caused the anchor at the strrn of the boat to give away and the boat was drifting out in the river. Byron got in the skiff from. the back part of the boat, intending to go to the shore with a line and make fast the boat. In pulling around the boat he let an oar get away. The wind was very high and soon the sklfTand the house boat drifted far apart. The waves drifted the skifl from the shore and tossed it about like a cockle shell. It was almost too dark to see and the boys on the boat could not tell how to aid Byron. They could only catch glimpses of him by the flishes lights nlng. A big wave dashed him overboard and that was the end. WILL OPEN AUGUST 20. BEAVER DAM. Rev. E. E. Pate, Hartford.filfed his regular appointment here Sunday. Little Miss Mary Sutton.Princeton, is visiting Miss Rosa Taylor. Miss Vienna Sowders will leave this week for Morgautown where she will visit relatives and friends. Miss Sadie Austin is spending this week in the country with Miss Laura Barnes. Miss Viola Pirtle, Hocker & Co's Milliner, left Thursday for her home preparatory to making a visit to Henderson, Bowling Green, Louisville and other places. Miss Lizzie Barnes, who has been at her home in the country for the past two weeks, is spending this week in town. Mrs. R. P. Hocker left Thursday for Nelson and South Carrolton where she will visit until Monday. Miss Emma Barnes' elegant building on second street is completed and it is being furnished this week. Mr. S. T. Day, Leitchficld, spent Saturday in town. Mrs. J. T. Martin cut her foot very badly this wetk by stepping on a knife. Rev. E. E. Tate and wile, Ilartiord, spent Wednesday at Mr. R. P. Hookers. Mr. Homer Eblln, Carrolton, is visiting his visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. Barnes this week. The Teachers' Institute commencing August 12, and continuing one week will convene at this place. The Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church is being held here Attyb. this week. WAYtAND ALEXANDER,' I'll. D. Note these prices, they 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. For the best and cheapest Buggy on the market, sec Field & Holbrook. If yoa want the best Hay Press oh the market, call on Field & Holbrook. If your shoe pinches you don't wear it Fair Bros, & Co's. for shoes. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding spent Wednesday at Sulphur Springs. A WORD -- I No more fitting place for the meets iug than Lexington. Here in this city,more than a century ago the first institution of learning west ol the Allegheny Mountains was founded. And, throughout all of these past piarlford Jemple of fashion When so many people are taking years, if we could have had men of pure and lofty minds, as were the and deriving benefit from Hood's why don't you try it yourMr. and Mrs. C L. Field have re- Pkipav, July it, 1895, minds of those men who laid and who turned from Paducah. stood by the foundations laid by self? It is highly recommended. The befct barber In the country E. Mrs. Fred Baruch, Louisville, is the life is done. Lets wear good clothes them, the school interests, both pubDAIZETOWJV. while we arc here, go to Fair Bros. & lic and collegiate, would not, I,. Hulllngton. guest of Mrs. Henry Field. Miss Lulu Allen, white Plains, is for umbrellas and clothes. Co. be sui pissed by any State in the visiting at this place. Messrs. Jas. P. Thomas and Thos. Miss Nannie Funk, Livermore, is visiting in Hattford thts week. Black were in Owensboro Monday. Illinois proposes to tax Bachelors Union. Mr. Buel James, Glllstrap, was the But, be as it is, or be as it may, I guest of his mother, Mrs. Malllssa Mr. R. Williams and sister, Miss for their failures to propose to lovely Misses Ueita and Lyda Morton have say all hail to the common interests James.Friday. returned from a visit to Miss Bettle Maggie, Livermore, called to sec us women. That serves them .right. All men should marry and the mar- of the common schools of Kentucky Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Royal attendFriday. Crabtrcc, at Panther, Ky. ried men of our vicinity should trade and her prospects. ed the dedication at Magan Sunday. Mrs. Ambrose Miller and Miss CoMrsJohn J. McIIcnry lias gone for Who may.I ask are to bring about with Fair Bros. & Co., the lowest Messrs. Birch and Warren Shields, nu extended visit to friends and rela- ra Bennett, Beda, called to see us priced house in the land. these grand and noble hopes and as- Cromwell, were in town Saturday. Monday. tives In Indiana and Virginia. pirations for the common school interMr. I. C. Royal, Reynolds Station, Col Lem Mcllenry received a letter ests of our noble State, but the true Spalding and Miss James, bank boss at WillMr. Sam Mrs. W. L. was the guest of his sister, Mrs.Laura Wednesday from his brother, Mr. Es-t- il earnest, faithful teacher. Edwards, Tuesday night Etizabcth Calloway went to Owens- iams Coal Mines, called to see us yesMcllenry, St. Louis, announcing Among the good things said by terday. boro Mondoy, returning Tuesday. Born to the wife of D. A. Royal the mother-in-laMrs. the death of his Patterson in his address 4tb, Inst., a girl. leave next Miss Eades, wife of Capt Eades, the fa- President Mrs. R. A. Rowan and sister. Dr. J. R. Pirtlc will was: "No man anu no woman is nt to Mr. Perry Baize went to Koslne Tuesday lor Caneyvllle where he will Florence Newton, Heflin, gave us a mous Mississippi engineer. Mr. Mcbe a teacher of youth, to be the guide, Saturday. practicing his pro- pleasant call Saturday. spend a few dajs, llenry has many "friends here who philosopher and friend of the young Mr. D. N. Whorley made a busi. fession. Mr. Geo. W. Davidson, Barrett's will deeply sympathize with him in whose life is talse, dishonest and de- ness trip to Cromwell Friday. Col. I,em McIIcnry, Frankfort, is Ferry, and Mr. W. P. Leach, Beaver his bereavement. praved." Mr. Roe Baize and sister, Miss VI- While it Is true that knowledge is tula, of near Hartford, visited relaIn Hartford. He returned from French Dam, called to see us Monday. The Hartford Fair this year promLick Springs where he had been for Snpt. Shultz has decided to hold ises to far exceed any Fair jof former power, it is also true that virtue is tives in our town last week. several days. Mr. J. H. Baize went to Cromwell the Institute at Beaver Dam this yeas years. The premium list has been character. In our hands are placed greatest of all trusts the fitting Friday on business. . Bessie. Quarterly meeting will be held at and it will convene August 12th. issued and new and larger' premiums the m . m of the child to a very great extent for Goshen Saturday and Sunday, July Mrs. Wm. Bradshaw, No Creek, have been added, which together life and for death. How Much the Trip to Old Point Mori; Anon. All members and died at her home last Monday week with various other attractions, will 20 and 3i, 1895 Comfort mil Cod. officers are urgeutly requested to be and was buried Tuesday in the Car- guarantee to the enmpany the largest For those who desire to know, we Died, present. attendance had for years. The track The dark angel of death has visited will say that this trip is a most reasson graveyard. will be in excellent condition this our nelghbohood and taken from us onable one, and can be extended nnd to Trof. I, C Hoover has been engagMrs. V. H. Moore has returned He enlarged to suit the convenience of fall, and altogether the Hartford our friend, Charles A. Byers. her home at Sulphur Springs. She ed to teach the Goshen school this Fair will be the Fair of the country was bright, talented, the passengers. Many have made first-claby her daughProf. Hoover is a was accompanied home fall. and amalble; just entering on man- the trip on $35, while those who this year, ter, Mrs. E. W. Ford who will spend teacher and will teach a first-clahood's years when that dread disease, spend $50 would take in Washington, IIJRJtA. school, several weeks visiting her parents. who Mr. Lindsey Bennett, who has been consumption, seized upon his vitals. Baltimore and Norfolk, and some Mr, Harry Roberts, who returned ill for some time, is Improving. The father, mother and sisters, who spend $75 or 1 00 would visit New We learn fiom a reliablesource that Steam", from Texaslast night, has accepted a the Republican PreclnctCouventlon.for Mrs. Nancy Park has had a bad were ever at his bedside, administers York via the old Dominion the Beaver Dam voting precinct, will position In the bicycle department of case of flux, but is better at this writ- ing to his wants and trying to allay ship Co., and take some side trips up Owensboro ing. the pain he was called upon to bear, the Hudson to Long Branch and Con-ebe held at Taylor Mines School house W. A. Gucnther& Sons. Island, and to Boston and points on July, the 20th, Instead of Beaver Messenger. and Mrs. Robert Davis' little have may sympathizing friends. We Mr. can say nothing more consoling to further East Dam. members of Mr. Jo. B. Rogers' son, Everet, who had typhoid flux, The 6th, aged about the bereaved family than he said to Misses Agnes Craig and Anna and Sunday School Class were treated to depaited this llle July CHueyvlllo Ilarbeeue. them. He told them not to grieve On Saturday July 20th Mr. J, W. Mary Bell, who have been visiting an outing last Saturday which will eighteen months. he had suffered and was for him, that Barbecue at Mrs. T. L. Griffin for several days, long be remembered by all who parNotice la UltUc n. willing to die, and that all was well. Carroll will give a Grand took of the pleasure of the occasion. for their homes at Ensor Wednesare noti- We all miss him; he Is done with the Caneyville. Everything that could left The citiwms of Hartford They were accompanied by A few 'outsiders" were invited, and fied to proceed nt once to clear their troubles of this world and has gone add to the enjoyment of the occasion day. Mrs. Griffin who will spend several the crowd was made up as follows: premises, removing all garbage and to meet his God and to receive the re- will be on hand and a large crowd exMr. and Mrs. McDonald Fair and offensive material from same and to weeks. ward prepared for the good and nos pected. children, Mr.4wlMrs.J0 B. Rogers, clean all privies, barn yards.pig pens, A Fbiknd. ble. D. Foster, ol the Cash and children, Misses Emma Fair, A of lee KepublleniM. Mr. John &c, and to put their yards and places White Run, Ky.July 6. Pursuant to order of County ExecStore, has quite a curiosity in his Mattle and Rachel Sanderfur, Lula in order. utive Committee, there will be a store. It Is a sweet potato plant In a Walker, Susie May, Ida and Laura A Ml Accident. This action is taken in view of the Roslne 011 July candy jar. The plant looks thrllty Render, Carrie Woerner, Bessie Fair. A sad accident occured four miles convention held at dangerously dirty and 20, 1895 at 1 p. n.. for the purand now has a vine measuring 30 Messrs. Jno. C. Thomas, Lee B. condition of mauy parts of Hart from Fordsville about noon Saturday pose of selecting delegates to repreinches and still growing, besides it Stevens, R. D. Walker, T. J. Morton, ford at this, time. Nothing but an morning, on the farm of J. P. Carr-desent Roslne Precinct in Delegate lias several shorter vines, old in whlcn, Orlle, his T. J. Neafus, A. P. Taylor, Jas. A. immediate and thorough cleaning of at Hartford, Ky., July 22nd. the premises of our citizens can pre- son, was killed. The boy had an arm J. R. Lattlmer was tried before Esq. Smith. R, C. Jarnagin, Com. vent widespread and fatal sickness broken and was in a sorghum cane A. S. Aitll, at Sulphua Springs, last Dr.R. W. Frymlre has recently loJuly n, 1895. d brother, patch with his Friday on a peace warrant swort ont cated at DeanGeld, Ohio county, to among our people. We, the undersigned Board of Willis, who was hoeing the cane. He After hearing the practice his profession. by Robt. Chllds. Frymlre Dr. on evidence and argument of counsel is not only a physician of eighteen Health, have been directed to make stooped to pick up a fallen stalk as Esquire Aull released the defendant. years practice, but is a regular or- Cdreful inspections of the condition his brother raised the hoe to cut a big we The prosecuslon was represented by dained minister of the gospel, having of each "household in Hartford and to stalk. The blunt side of the impleby ment struck him in the Jeft temple, do County Attorney Neel and the defense attended the BaptistTheological Sem- make reports ot their condition We trust the cit- inflicting what was at first thought bv Attorney C. M. Baruett. inary in Louisville winter before last. the 20th of July. will appreciate the situation to be only a slight bruise. Soon bis TheCatalogue olHattford College and The DoctorAvlll in a few day begin izens head began paining him and he went necessathe erection of a dwelling house at and proceed at once to do the Business Institute has - just been is-- , elsery cleaning. Lime and carbolic acid to the house and told his father us sued from Tub Refuhmcan Job DeanGeld, which, when completed, what had happened. In a very few should be used In plenty about every Rooms, and is an excellent piece of will add greatly to the looks of that minutes the little fellow sank into damp and noisome locality. M work, ns Is always with woik secured tjirivlng little village. Dr. Frymlre Dr, Meadows was unconsciousness. Very Resp'y, Office. The comes to Ohio county people well from THE RnrunucAN Repubcalled in, but could do nothing to JNO. E. PBNDI.UTOM, book Is printed on super calandered recommended, and we feel safe irf T, Miu4ir, save the boy's life, and he died in a J. Commer-cial,keo- p paper and contains 44 pages. Any- predicting that he will soon build up few hours. J! S. Morton. one wishing to attend one of the best an extensive practice in his surroundHe halls from How llyrou Hmlth Loet 111 I.llo. schools in the State should get one of ing communities. Children Cry for The Owensboro Inquirer of Tries - ! 1 K these catalogues and make n thorough Hancock county, where he has pracday contains the following account of '1,AU investigation before going elsewhere. ticed for several years. 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 S1.50 each. Goods in every lino cheap for cash. Crowe, Miss Maggie D. Williams and your scribe. The noonday banquet, extended to teacheis on Tuesday was a grand success as well as a lnostelegantaflalr.The spread consisted of five long tables, each seatingjibout fifty people. The Rev. Mr. McElroygave thanks after which Mr. Rogers Clay made a very appropriate, as well as a beautiMrs. Lon Walker, Louisville, is the fully worded address of welcome. guest of her mother, Mrs. Zelma The next thing of course came the Gregory. eating, which all enjoyed with a hearAfter the first course Buggies, Harness, Whips, Lap Dus- ty good will. ters and Wagons. Call and see Field Mr. Clay announced that Prof. J. J, Glenn, of Hopkins county, would re& Holbrook. spond to the toast, "The Kentucky Messrs E. L. Bulliugton and W. M. State Teachers' Association." This Fair went to Owensboro Tuesday, re- he did in a short, happy, appropriate turning Wednesday. speech, in a very happy, pleasant Dr. J. E. Pendleton, who has been manner. quiet sick for some time, was reported Prof. Carothers.'of Louisvill, one ot much better yesterday evening. the genial editors of Southern Scftool, Rev. T. M. Morton will preach at responded to the toast, "Our Hosts," the Hartford Baptist Church next which he did with graceful complin ments to Lexington and its people. Sunday morning and evening. President Patterson's "Welcome to Remember Fair Bros. & Co's. great the Visitors" in behalf of the schools bargains in millinery, hats; worth was able and well timed and to the from $3 00 to $5.00 going at $t. 50. point. Remember the Barbecue at Barrett's Ferry, Saturday, August 3. Big Balloon ascension and steam swing, 3t Hart Goff and wife, of Davidson Statiou, were arrested under a bench warrant and brought to town and lodged in jail Mondey. A little rain, a little sun; a little grief; a little fun; a little work, and C M. Hartlcrd has long been the educational center of the Green River country. From the days when she furnished a school for the illustrious Ben Hardin until now, Hartford has been the acknowledged school town of this vast section of the State. Perhaps no town is better situated for the purposes ol furnishing the very best surroundings for a successful school. Hartford lies in the midst of a fertile country and is renowned for the healtbfulncss of her climate and location and for her supply of good water. Her population is made up of the very best types of Kentucky manhood and womanhood. Her so-- , ciety is as cultured and refined as can be found in any town in the State of many times her size. There arc no less than four different active denominations of Christians in the town and unparalleled opportunities for religious culture are extended to citizens and students alike. There are no saloons here and perhaps never will be any. The outer world is easily reached by means of the best 'bus Hues to the C O & S. W. R. R. at Beaver Dam and overland to Owensboro, beside the early completion of the Locks en Rough River will give transportation to and from Hattford by steamboat. Such is Halt ford, the location of Hartford College and Business Institute, which since its foundation fifteen year ago has steadily increased in usefulness and influence until it is recognized as one of the lead ing Colleges of the State: Its record y of the classes in Ph slology and Hygiene and Anatomy, me two rising ycung pliysldans whoseahlllties have already been recognized by aom of the ablest men of their profession In tho State. Misses Anna Gregory, Sallit and Sophia Warner, the two former of whom will have charge of the Preparatory Department and the latter of the Elementary and Kindergarten, are young ladles of splendid talents and enviable professional attainments. Miss Oregory hm taught with much success in the schools oi Dallas, Texas, and Central City, Ky. Miss Qulscnberry has been a very successful teacher in the schools of Ohio and Muhleiiburg counties, where she has given uniform satisfaction, while Miss Woerner has taught with much success hi the College at Intervals for several years. The Stenographic and Type writ-ing Department will be in charge of Miss Lulu Walker, who is an expert in both and whose students are occupying remunerative positions. Miss Margaret Nail, who will have charge of. Instrumental Music and Vocal Culture, Is nn able musician and id now In New York taking lessons under the training ot Prof. Mason, one of the world's eminent pianists. The former students of Hartford College are occupying prominent pos sitions, not only all over Kentucky, but alt over the West nnd South, where they arelield In the highest regard for their moral and intellectual worth. No school can offer superior advantages to those offered by- Hartford College to young men and woln-e- n desiring an education. The school is the piide of the town and county and every citizen feels it his especial duty to make the stay of students here pleasant and profitable. Quis-enberr- y , I 1 An Advertisement in the pnper nrortlilwo on the fence. WATERPROOF la BRICK. with OIL Soaked Stone and Clay. At n recent meeting of tho Australian Association for tho Advancement of Scloncc, Prof. Llversldgo read a paper on tho "Waterproofing of Brick and Sandstono with Oils." These experiments wcro made with a viow of ascertaining the length of Interesting Experiments time that brick and sandstono arc rendered waterproof or protected by oiling. Tho oils used woro the three commonest nnd icadlly obtainable for such purposes, namely, linseed oil, boiled Unseed and the crudo mineral oil known as "bluo oil," used for preserving timber. The weatherings wcro mado upon a flat portion of tho laboratory roof fairly exposed to tho sun und weather. Good, sound, machlnory-madobrlck- s were experimented on. Tho amount of oil and water taken nip by tho sandstono was very much less than that absorbed by tho brick, although the area of tho sandstone cubes was much greater than that exposed by the bricks. Equal amounts of the raw and boiled oils were absorbed; tho bluo oils, howovcr, was taken up In much greater quantity by both brick nnd sandstone, but by tho end of twelve months tho whole of tho thirteen aud n half ounces of bluo oil FAIR BROS. & CO. last year in intcrrst, number of students and general good work is in the history of tho school. The curriculum by hard work and patient attention has been extepded until it covers as wide a range of studies as is found in any other College in Kentucky. So that any one com pleting its course is abundantly prepared to enter any University in the land. of d had apparently evaporated away and tho brick had roturned to its original weight, but thoso treated with raw and boiled oils remained unchanged. After the second olllug in November, 1890, and exposure for nearly four years and two months, they had practically retained all their oil, Inasmuch ns they had not lost weight and wcro also practically impervious to water. It was notlccablo that tho sandstone cubes treated with raw and boiled oils, roturned to their original weights, but do not appear to havo lost tho beneficial effect of the oils, being practically impervious to water. Detroit Free Press. Pneumatic Horse Collar. RICHARD FOSTER, A. II. The Faculty is composed of the ablest and most energetic teachers, meu and women whose high attainments lu intelectual culture and moral dignity render them well qualified for the responsible position to which they are called. Dr. Wayland Alexander, President of the College, Is the peer of any educator in the South, and Is a teacher of long experience whosesplendld executive ability, professional tact and great powers of mind enable him to control and instruct, to hold In restraint the too erratic mind and to spur the sluggish student, and above all he is a man who possesses, in a remarkable degree, the power to inspire his students with lofty ambitions. Prof, Richard Foster, A. B.,VIce President, is one of the ablest of the young teachers of the county and has just returned from a year at the Vanderbilt University, at Nashville, Tenn., where his abilities asastu--den- t won for him the admiration of both teichers and classmates. kind-hearte- d ss ss ' 1 p, Horses with soro shoulders will be a rarity, It Is said, when tho pneumatic horso collar comes Into general use. It has been Invented by a Londoner, and is being introduced In tho leading European cities. Tho patent cousisjs of tho usual leather casing, but instead of being packed with a hard, nonylcldlng substance tho pneumatic principle is applied, a rubber air chamber being substituted for tho packing, thts in turn being covered with leather, and when tho collar proper is Inflated a flexible and yielding surface is presented to tho horse's shoulders. It must bo apparent to tho most casual observer that tho collar In present uso must causo and glvo man's ncblc companion an immenso amount of pain. Owing to tho harsh padding It is Impossible for tho collar to adapt itself to tho unlmal's shoulders, and, therefore, chafing and sundry othor ills ensuo. With the pneumatlo collar, as beforo stated, chaQng is Impossible as, Instead of the horio having to adapt Itself to its collar, tho collar adapts itself to tho horse tho moment it Is put on. Philadelphia Bulletin. Drew the Lino at Generals. Ono summer, a few years after tho war, a gentlomau was traveling in tho south, and. bo got to talking with a farmer in some Ilttlo town who was employing a considerable number ot men at tils haying. Tho farmer told him that most ot them wcro old confederate soldiers. "You seo over thoro whero thoso four men are working?" asked he. "Well, all of 'cm fought In tho won Ono ot 'om was a prlvato, ono ot 'em was a corporal, ono was a major, and that man way over In the corner was n colonel." "Aro they good men?'' asked tho disease-producin- g n, Con-ventl- ten-ye- eight-year-ol- Pitcher's Castorla. Got our nricos picnic bills and your work. Best work guaranteed.Seo before going where. Read Tho lican and posted.Only rnv J'"1' 111 gentleman. "WcUVsald tho fnrnwr, "thatprl-vato'- s man aud tho cora first-clas-s poral's a pretty good ono, too." O. M. SHULTZ, PJI. D. "But how about tho major and tho colonel?" Fror. O. M. ShulU, Ph. B Is with-o"The major's so so," said the question one of the ablest teachers farmer. Ohio county has ever producedaud "But tho colonel?" his excellent work has rendered him "Well, I don't want to say nothing In popularity and real merit second against any mnu who was a colonel to no teacher In Western Kentucky. in tho war." said tho farmer, "but Drs. E. BanVs Pendleton and E. I'vo roado tip my mind I won't hire I Argonaut White Ford who will be In chnrge of no brigadlerjjcnora!si" ut i- - -- j,!t wgr!r2lKil K ' fxmmmnffful ngapaptanw 'timmmmi n mtyn Hartford Republican Friimv, July, SEEKING 12, 1895. NEW HOMES. knowledged that tho numbors nro not so great as during some, former seasons. This, howover, Is accounted for on tho ground that the reports of hard times In this country havo penetrated to Germany and Scandinavia, whence tho principal exodus has latoly sot forth. Many havo been doterred from coming by fear of not being ablo to find work, but tho Influx, oven under these unfavorable circumstance, has been so groat as to allow tho west to put. up a strong cose against tho southern claim of superior attractions. Chl cago, ns tho port of ontry to tho greater west boyond, has its railway stations crowded dally with foreigners, mostly Swedes, Danes and Norwegians, who arc pressing on to Their Had homes and employment. number may be counted by scores and hundreds. Memphis Is moro doflnlte, and claims that over a single tributary railway were brought in since December 1 over, flvo hundred carloads of household furnlturo belonging to Immigrants who had como to that section to live. Moreover, the south claims Northen's colonization that scheme will soon bring Into Georgia about twelve hundred settlers, mostly union voternns nnd their families; and Florida, watchful of this experiment and desiring to cmulato it, has uslicd Its legislature to tako measures to attract colonists to somo of tho unoccupied parts of its territory. These are only a few of tho migratory movemonts nnd plans that can be traced without difficulty, and thoy indicate an evident attempt on tho part of tho south to compete with tho west in offering inducements, not to manufacturers and capitalists alone, but to immigrants and home builders as woll. N. Y. Post. - Tho South Contesting with the Wojt for Settlors. It Is Interesting to wntch tlic emigration movements which nro going on just now In this country. Tho southern papers claim that thero Is evidence of a very decided turn of tido from tho went to tho south, the region around Memphis being tho principal Mecca From of tho Incoming pilgrims. Chicago, on tho other hand, como reports of tho usual spring rush of immigrants, though it is ac- what I had lound, yet I had not forgotten Hit flowers, the object of my search and so I started off at A lively gate to hunt flowers, I wandered oil 10 me time and after I had gone some distance I saw unless I loturncd night would ovattnkc me before I could ever reach my home so I returned my footsteps thinking I would once more visit the cave and sec the bonutiful CAta, but in this I was mistaken for on my return I missed the way I hail intended to go and by this time I could sec that night was approaching and the birds sang there cheerful songs in the trees above me, by this time I became fatigued and somewhat frightened, but on I went nnd as I on the top of a large mountain I looked towaid the West I saw a huge bluck 'cloud rising. By this time the sun was setting and the birds sang more beautiful than ever, at this point I could not describe my miserable feeling, knowing that, cyclones were very common at this season ol the year and night had conic upon me nnd I knew not where I was, a peculiar feeling came over me that could hardly be described for as the the cloud raised th thunder roared nnd the lightening flashed, knowing that something must be done and done quickly I sought shelter under the tiunk oi a fallen tree, by this time it was dark and the rain began to fall in torrent streams nnd the wind blew nnd the timbers were falling In every direction about me, death was staring me in the face, about hours later the storm had ceased nnd the stars in the heavens began to shine, but what to do I knew not for the timber had fallen so thick on the ground that it was impossible for me to get any where and pondering in my mind ior sometime what to do for the best, I at last concluded to remain Willi the fallen trees for the night, so I laid down and tried to sleep but alas no sleep for me for I knew my mother's eyes were bathed in tears, at length morning came and the sun rose beautiful nnd I started for home I traveled on until about 9 o'clock when I came to a farm it was the strangest place I ever saw and as I nenrcd the house I thought I would make inquiry ns to where I was and get information if possible how to find my mother's house as I came nearer I saw a woman, she was a stranger and I arrived at the gate I C. saw it was my mother. Ceralvo, Ky. A man has been found in Mew Yotk whobc internal apparatus is badly twisted and "all out of hope." He read a financial argument made by John O. Carlisle In 1878, nnd another in Kentucky by the same gentlemen in 1S95, and the result, though painful, was not surprising. tional era and that these improve-- , nients In the past few venrs nte but the faint rays of light upon "the misty mountain tops" of our educational horlzion, which will soon grow into the broader radiance of an intellectual day, whose glorious light of eternal truth will arouse this beloved old State of ours from the highlands of Pike to the lowlands of Hickman, shedding its gracious effulgence alike on mountain, nine Grass, "Pcuerllc," nnd put chase. To this end is the Kentucky Jfdiicatlonal Association committed. Wc thank you again for your kindly welcome. j tHneiMMMMRMMIIMMmMIMMMi year' otieorratlon, of Cnetorlo, Trlth the putronago of TIintTY of persona, pormlt na to epeajt of It wlthont fjnenlnp;. It I nnqneatlonaDly flip Toat remedy for Infitnta nnd Children tho world line ever fcnotra. It 1 hormlese. Children like it. It nWea tliem health. It will nnvo their Uvea, In It Mother hrtve something Trliloli la nholntely tnio na '. prnoUo.fttlr. V feet ne a ohlliVe merUolne. for Infants and Children. Cftorttt ileatfoy V TvVrsna. " " - Samson believes in ndvertising He took two columns and brought down the house. Yet men will reid this today who expect to "bringdown the house" with an inch "ad," when t ley ought to take two columns. Caetorla o,Unr riyrorlthr.pn. Cnaforlo-provoatvomiting Sour Curd. Caatcrln, cures Dlarrhooa and Vlcd CVll?, Cnttorla relieve Toothing Tronlilcs. Cmitorla onroe Conatlprttlon nud 4f Bafetalwl? SWPr or wuu'n8 clothes or doing housework, It can't be equaled. Try it. Sold everywhere Made only by The N. K. Folrbnnk Company, - St-- Louis. " Flntplncy. I'nrl Inn M1I..II1HI. to When tlie times comes when n young man who ruins n young girl is looked upon with the same degree ol disgrace, then the devilment will almost cease. The girl who will allow a young man to hug nnd kiss her, will, sooner or later, meet her untimely fate. Ex. ' Caitorlft nontrnHro the elTonta of cnrTionlo acid i;an or poltonooe air, Caitorln dope not ooctnln morphine, opium, or other narootlo pro port. Caatorln neIm,ilntoe tho food, reptilatoa tho .tomachand howele, giving healthy and natoral aleep. o pottlee only. It la not aold in hnllt. Caetorjo, la pnt np In Don't allow nrry one to anil yon anything clan on the plea or promlee) that It la "Jnat na good" nnd IH gnawer crery pnrpoae." See that yon pet ono-ak- The aJgnatnro lo of Cajf7cc7cAii la on every wrapper. Ull .Service i:niiilniillnii. Owensboro Inquirer says: "Thee will be a civil service examination held here August 3 beginning nt 9 o'clock in the morning for the grade storckeeper-gaugcr- . of clerk, The examinations arc open to all reputable citizens without reference to party or politics." Children Cry for Pitcher's Caatorla. lfyawMffA'j.ffla!iraig; ' It daprnd upon Hdw and When you market .Your chicken and rffira and to Whom yod send them. We are large recelrera ol poultry and ririra, and hare an established trade and stand the beat chance to make money lor all oar shlpoere. We recelrc and sell Hatter. Kbit, Veal, llldea, l'ells. Tallow, lleana. Seeds, Potatoes, Wool, Hay, Grain or anything you nave to ahlp. Information cbeerfnlly tarnished. Quotations tnatlrd regnlarly to those who request It, and liberal advances made on the largest consignments by HERNDON-CARTER PROFIT IN POULTRY 1 How are peoplegoing to know why they should trade with you if you don't tcllit through The RnrunucAN. 313,31G,317&3l9MUnnCLLCOUnT. . . L0UI3VILLC, CO., .. KY. - m ar Laiigk Wall Paper. Latest Sti.ks, At Factory Prices. VARiRTy, 642 "Bread is the Staff of life," lSTlf,. Repre- sented by Tastless Quinine. It will cost Holler only 25 cts and is the best thing on The State Teachers' Association earth for children or anyone else who will today conclude a very interesting can't take bitter Quinine. three days session at Lexington. Prof. McHenry Rhoades, Principal of A Story of Jly Kntiitil)'. In 18 while I was yet a lad of on- the Frankfort Schools, and President ly fourteen summers being sent some of the State Association, responded on distance from home for the purpose Monday to the welcomeaddress of the of leeding swine, it being niter doing Mayor, County Superintendent and my errand I concluded I would take others, and, according to Lexingtod a ramble in search of some flowers paper, made a fine speech, the coni I wandered over the mountains and eluding paragraph of which was as hollows until at length I came to a follows. The recent improvement in the cave and then the thought struck me that I would search about the schools of the state is so marked nnd cave and see tvhat I could find, after recognized as to call forth just and As great as looking about for sometime I saw two laudable commendation. large cats, they were spotted and has been our change for the better, as seemed to be of a wild vicious nature, rapid as has been our progress, I do after wandering about tbecae for n believe that we aie but standing in short time and being amazed over I the open portals of n greater educa Every family in Ohio county, should send to Williams& Hell, Hartford, or to the drug store in jour own town aud get a bottle of "Fibri-line- " iii Best qual ,w ithout gold 6c to Sc per R' 11 Gold Paper . . . 8c to 10c per Roll Finest embossed Paperisc to 30 perR'H E. R. BASSETT. E.O.W.6m ESTSend 6 cts in stamps for samples. Ballard's ObeliskK ZFXezysReBzblt dAVl ON & GO Fourth Ave.Louisvile,Ky !. 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You can be cured while using it1 The habit of using tobicco grows on a man until grave diseased conditions are produced. Tobacco causes cancer of the mouth and staunch, dyspepsia, loss of memory nervous affections, congestion of thr retina, arid wasting of the optic nerve, resulting in impairment of vision, even to the extent EAST BOUND dialy dally of blindness, dizziness, or vertigo; toNo. 53. No. 54. bacco asthma, nightly cuflocatlon, MUISVII.I.i:,NT. l.OCIN ATKX.lt. II daily daily. Lv. Henderson . . 7 30 n m a 55 p ui WF.STDOUND dull pain in region of the heart, folNo. 53. No. 51. Basketts . , . . 7 34 n m 3 10 p m lowed later by sharp pains, nilpita-tioSpottsvllle . . . 7 42 n m 3 16 p m nnd wcakeneJ pulse, resulting in Lv. U. Louisville 6 30, p m 7 30 a m 8 50 n in 3 23 p in . 6 45 p m 7 45 n m Ky. Street . Rends fatal licait disease. It ulso cures loss West Point , . 7 as P ' 8 s n m Worthington . . 7 58 n m 3 30 p nt of vitality. . 7 30 p m 8 j8 o hi Howard Stanley . . . . 8 06 ft 111 3 37 p m quit iiKi'onr, it is too lath. Griffith . . . . 809(1111 3 41 p 111 Willowdale . . , 7 39 p in 8 37 a m To quit suddenly is too severe a Mattlngly . .. . 8 17 n m 3 47 P m Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 n m shock to the syttenu, as tobacco to Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p 111 Long Branch . , 7 55 p in 8 53 n m an inveterate users becomes a Uimu-Inn- t 8 40 a 111 4 08 p 111 Brandenburg . . 8 04 p in 9 02 a m Pates that his system continually 8 13 p 111 9 11 u m 8 55 a m 4 30 p 111 Powers . . Ilkron "Baco euro" is a scientific craves Waltman . . . ; 905 a m ,t 39 p ui Guston . . . , 8 21 p m 9 19 a m nnd reliable vegetable remedy, guar, 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Lewisport Irvlngton 9 13 n 111 4 36 p nt autecd to be haimlees, and Which Cnyce Webster . . . . tf 38 p ui 9 39 u m 9 19 111 4 43 p m lias been In use for the hit 33 years, . . 9 33 n m 4 43 p 111 Falcon . . Lodihurg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a m having cured thousands of habitual 8 55 p m 9 56 a 111 Petrle Pierce 9 9 a 111 4 51 p 111 tobacco users smokers, chewers and Ilnweaville . . . 9 37 a m 4 59 p tu Simple . . . . 9 00 p in 10 00 n in suufl dippers. Stephens'port . 9 09 p 111 10 09 n m Skillmau . . . , 9 48 n m $ 09 p m You can use nil the tolwcco you . jo 00 rt 111 521 p 111 Shops . . . . . Addison want while taking "liaco euro." 9 14 p m 10 14 0 m It Cloverport 10 05 111 52 p m Holt We will notlly you when to stop 9 17 p m 10 20 a m 10 20 n 111 5 36 p m Holt Clovrport . . 9 28 p in 10,33 a m give n. written guarantee to pernta-mentAddison. . . . 10 33 a 111 540 p 111 Shop3 , . , 931 pm 1037 a m cure any case with three hosStephensport . . ip 28 n in 5 45 P m Sklllman . . . 9 43 p m 10 50 a in es, or refund the money with 10 per Sample . . . . 10 37 a nt 5 52 ji m Hawesville . , 9 54 P m 11 02 a 111 cent interest. Pieicc . . 10 41 a in 5 57 p m Pettle . . . . 1002 p in 11 09 a in "flico euro" is not ft subntitute.biit Lodihurg . . . 10 49 n 111 6 06 p nt Falcon . . . . 10 07 p 111 u 15 n in a reliable nnd scientific cute which Webster . . . . iq 57 n in 6 14 p m Caycc . . . . 10 2 p m.ii 19 a m absolutely destroys the craving for Irvlngton . . . 11 05 a m 6 22 p m Lewisport . . 10 18 p m 11 25 a m tobacco without hc aid of will power 11 14 a 111 6 40 p 111 Waltmait . . 10 25 p 111 11 33 n in Guston . , It leaves and with no inconvenience. 1 32 a m 6 48 p m Ekron . Powers . . . 1035 p 111 11 43 n nt the fsjelcm as pure and free fiom nicBrandenburg . 11 31 a m 5 58 p m 1048 pm n 56 am Pates.. otine ns the day when you took your Xong Branch Owensboio , , 10 59 p m 12 06 p tit u 39 a i 7 07 p m first chew or smoke. Rock Haven . 11 47 m 7 14 j m Mftttlngly . . 11 09pm 13 18 pin Sold by all dtugalsts, at$t per box, Willowdale . . 11 S3 b m ai p m Griffith ,. . . 11 14 P in 1223 pm three boxes, (thirty days treatment 12 03 p 111 7 30 p m Howard 11 18 p m la 27 put Stanley nnd guaranteed cure,) $i 50, or scut Worthlugton . 11 25 p m i 35 p m West Point . . 13. 05 p 111 7 35 p in Send 6 direct upon receipt of price Ky Street . . is 45 p 111 8 1541 m Reads . . . . 11 33 P in 12 43 p m two cent stamps for sample box, EureSpottsvllle . . xi 45 p ra I? 53 p m Ar. U. Louisville 1 00 p m 8 30 p m ka Chemical & Manufacturing II. C. Mordub, O. P. A., Basketta . . . 11 53 p m 12 S9 P Manufacturing Chemist, 1a Louisville, Ky, 13 10 a m 115pm Ar. Henderson Wisconsin, 46 yr to-d- ay n THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANV. C. W. Hounick, Supt- St. Paul, Minn., Sept, 7, 1894. JJureka Chemical and M'Pg Co., La CrossuWis. Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend for many years, and during the past two years have smtikcd fifteen to twenty cigars regularly overy day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my physician told me I I tried the must give up the use of tobacco lor the time being, nt least. "Keclcy Cure," various other remedies, but without success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-Curo.- " Three weeks ago I commenced using your preparation, aud I consider myself completely cured; I am in perfect health, nnd the horrible craving for tobacco, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has completely left me. I consider your "Bacc Curo" simply wonderful, and can fully recommend it. C. W. Hounick. Yours very truly, ... ... ... .. ... .. 11 ly k .. .. .. 1 ... ... j Com-pun- - wrffca-Y- lafcjjaj(gaii(Mierti.tti - -,