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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895071901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w0 ItiMiK-uilior i , r,MM3fy-- got tlio Tribune iow you York and both for one year, for one dollar and twenty-liv- e cents. VOL. VI . Kr.i'UiiuoN Tiiii HAETD bd Republican. Toiiini! THE TIJIS TAG OFFICIAL GROAN OF TEE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, H 9,1 Will show how you stand with The Hepublioon. Pay up and one year In Atlvancu and wo will aond von The Loulavllla Wookly Commorolnl one yoar iroo. suuBonue aionoa. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1895. APAirnnoNTS Chlldran'a Madid no Every home ihoulj have a bottle of I'inH mtiiure ior A NO. 51, Latest U.S. Gov't Report wi v'vwvv,vWAvv,S'r',i tin. Pink Mixture' OWENS to lbt. Poor Teething Troubles NoopUle dorst-- No harmf jI drug En by physicians anJ over luuumomcri sou cyauaeaitrs l 'means so much more than 'yon imagine serious and 'Utnl diseases result from 'trifling ailments neglected. Don t n avwitli Mature s .26c and 00c DoTTlta. Writ for Book IM F.W FLOYD & CO., owcniBono ft 'greatest gift health. Don't delay but keep yourself posted in state and comity affairs by subscribing Brawn's out Of Otll.Mre&K ami generally exhausted, nervous, hive no appetite and riti'l work. cmretik-hil- t thehiotttclla-Hc Ifjouirefetllne ior The Hartford ilrori Bitters Dyrepla, ' Neuralgia, Constipation, Malaria) He tut benefit tomes from the very first ilose it tvtn I Mittm a ttitk, a nil pleasant lu take. rnctjklne.whkh.i urowtri iron im-ItA lew boi. mrctijtlhenlns; Rej'Uhltcan and wr it' Cures Kidney nnd Liver Troubles, Dad Dlood Louisville Commercial both papers one year for only $1.25 in advance. Williams & Hell Hartford, Ky. fell "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great remedy forchildrennnd guaranteed every bottle, remember it nhvas saves tlie children" nnd cost only 2,srts per bottle. MOST IN QUANTITY. DEST IN QUALITY. 1m nld that Anntola 11 on the ovo of netting innr-rli-TIiphb tliltitfH inny hnppon to anybody, nnd I don't mnntlon tlio fnet In order to nslc your pity on his behalf, bocnuso lilu lutoudcd was a o ( liunniiitf kIH. Hor imino was (Irlihtful n n ino. Sho vas blond nrecablo color. Sho was twenty years nnd sovon mouths old altrncllvo no. She belonjjed to a family Unit was worthy of all respcot, a fart to bo considered. That rotfuo Anatolol Ho know tho youii girl was in love with Iilm madly In love with him, 'Tltul she not eoiifessed to him that sho would dlo rather than marry another? I know well that those thing nrooften said and rarely exeouted. But In this easo, although Andrea was a blonde, she waa tlio owner of nn cnergolto Ahl tnals and decided character. oul. Whim kIio (.aid thinus like tills hor blue eyes darted tcriibln liglit-nlng- Il must. wi seo over It, call' h not?" sho asked tho concierge "Cortnlnly, irjjulemolsello. "Is nnyono fltvlng hero now?" asked tho motlior. "Vno i mnilnmA." Highest of all in Leavening Power. j'iwi''mmoyAL vauh. An-dro- "Who?" There was a croud's almost tin- pcrreptlblo lies ntlon on the part of the eonclorg "A young wl w, madame." "Ah! remnr! d the mother, "and doubtless sho shcstoleuvea house that has palnfi memories to her." A flashily dr scd girl opened tho door In answer o their ring. "These ladldS desire to seo the apartment," oxmalned theconclcrgo. tho girl mudga remark in a low vr Ico that escaped the others' ears. ,..'..., v&zzszi BSSILU'irE& rywya tPOTE OWKNSnoRO, KY. Will prnolico hiaprolettlon in Daview and adjoining cnuntit, Sjieiml attention givn to cnlltcfluin. Office, Hank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, GLENN & W&DDING. HAUTFOKD, KY. (Onto, otrrAndmon'i Baatar Jii'.N. (Jlrnii, .I.H It, MrdilliiR. 'iff LAWYERS, ) Il s. tyrvou ailments Oet rnty the routine- - !i lm crested red Hue. nti ihi wi i' p.r .All others ate sub- 1,1,1 at,, anna .... I .J , u,n 111 ' will l. nd t lni.iic,i tlrautllill World'. ( I m air YI- -. look BUOWH CI CMiCa' CO. ,1 Women's complaints. ttr Doubtless it was this strong temperament that prevented her parents from making any objections and placing any obstacles in her way. There was nogood talking to Andreel "You know, mamma," (die had repeated nguln ond again, "I want this matter to bo finished quickly." n "Hut my dear child, thcro are delays and certain formaliticcr-tnl- was accompanied by nn expresshrug of t$o shoulders. "Eutrez," slitfjaald aloud. Andrea and Iter mother walked In. Every thing mftst comfortable, ma fol, lu this apart mqilt. Quite a discovery, In fact. Tho yirnlturo was commodious and ' elegant, mid each pleco placed lu the corner whero It best belonged. And tho appointments! And the cupboards! And tho kitchen I And the arrangement of tho light! The visitors were comsive Will nrnnlinn tlipir Krnfiiuinn In m. theconrts of Ohio and adjoining counties, mill court of Atitimla. Mimpinl nttention given collections. Also JNotnry rulilio for Ohio cciiDty. i '1 piSY Wiliprncliie M. James t.. Srnitla., T AW fil Is 1 es-" W - v 'jt"!fAr .vAvv'vvvA BALTIMORE "The delays can bo hurried." "That Is true." "And tho formalities can bo sim- plified." "I havo no objections, dear, If it will glvo you pleasure." "Then, mamma, let us consider the engagement as settled." pletely charmed. As they turrted a corner of tho corridor tho mother looked In tho direction of Andrec, who stood behind her, and said: "Andree, I think it must be your good star that guided us here." But she stopped suddenly. "Why, where uro you, Andreo? Whero can she have gono to? Andreel" A distant and sorrowful cry came in nnswer. JIAIt'lTOItll, HY. Ins profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Oflicc cast fide ot puh'i'i square. f h. 1IKAVR1N. SlihttlY TAVLOR. & TAYLOR, ja.-- i 11 HEAVRIN Attorneys at Law HARTl'ORD, KY. adjoining ot Apgiven to door to tho Courts of Ohio and counlies, and in the Court peals. Special nttention collections. Office, nest Bank of Hnrtford. Will practice thier profession in all ointment th'Emm'fuad km mm hpjhl-- 9 I H&tsi8g&siu. I 1 a sure certaih curc I tj 1 fiBEeTREEDYJorPILES.fi a anx.niiTTiT'uiit uainfa. ami Imownfcr IByonroootho r) v Ctsmipeaie Ohh and Southwestern R. It. TF2-03 9EVEI.Y BOTTLE GUARANTEED.? (t soi.n nv Ar.r. imcuoisTS. k H ,,nuit BKirt &. t. ton.. Hv'BrElSHNHNBrJS,fl(HrSHSSPsaiaB II you fufler from lUnrtMirn, Sick Headache. bourStomacli, Inriirstioti Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Willinms & Hell Diur Store tree sample bottle of Poruroys I.ivcrCutc it ever fails to cure. ( Your lover has ouly wtehanged n very fuw words with jour father." "You know that my father' docs what you wish." "My daughter, you exaggerate." "It Is understood; lot us wasto no more time discussing it. I shall be married on the 10th of next mouth I" "Voyons!" "Not tho 11th tho 10th. It falls I havo already on a Saturday. "Setlledl looked In tho ufniniiao." "You havo thought of every- "Andree, Mon DIeul what's the matter?" cried her mother, alarmed. This is what hnd happened: Andree, luquisitivo little girl that she wns, had turned down a passage and suddenly opened a door. She wns curious to seo what the room was like. Tho door, it so happened, was that of n prlvata boudoir. Inside, as sho stood pretty as a fairy in tho doorway, sho saw a velvet sofa. On tho sofa she saw, half reclining, u very prolty young widow with black eyes Kneeland a demurely sweet face. ing on the soft Turkish rug beside her, with his hand upon his heart and an expression, of eternal love upon his face, was a young man. Andreo heard no words, but tho nolsonf opening tho door caused the young man to spring to his feet and face her. "Ah! Mon Dteul Andreel" It wns Indeed Auatolc. A "r" PRETTY SUMMER HAT. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver. Dam, Ky. EIngo, ffittorneys ffit gaw, Crixffsr ar. Will practice m all courts of Ohio and auljoining counties, Superior ColCourf anl Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attended to. O.'fice S29 E. Market St. E. D. OUFFY. B D. KINGO BEST TJLNTb OCTWtXN LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS. rnoM AND TO CIHCIrWATI AND EVANSVILLE. Va wa purchase a Ticket MFITIt, EAST. SOUTH OR WEST lull! )ot UavFCOHauHed ax Agent of the C. O. 1 1 eg S. W. R. R. tlMITKl) TKAIN8, M.MAN UllKVItT SLKKrHRS. MOHKHN HQUH'MH.NT. I". U. LYNCH, Hon. QIN. PASS. AQT. LoUI.VILi.. KT. ht thing." "I'm thinking only of him." "Well, ho Is a hJppy man to bo ablo to inspire such nu nflection." "When you wero married didn't you havo tho same feeling?" "Tho very same, my child. But perhaps my thcrniomotor that Is the register of my feelings was not quite &o high as yours is. "Well, now, mamma,, let us start tho campaign." "Start the campaign? What do you mean?" "Find nn apartment." Is prepared to o? all ki i I't i "Is It possible?" Dental work at reasonable prices. "You do not wish us to livo in tho Ofl'ce over J. W. Ford & Co't street, I suppose?" Peeil Store. "No; but" morning, then, we tlntnjoii lt 3nr Ntiliarrlpllnn? will start out." " US E WHITER R. K. WEDDING Attorney at Law, STREET SCENE IN TAMATAVE, MADAGASCAR. Tho natives of Martnga!car aro maklntf citenslvo pnparittoni to roHl-- t tho nttnek of their powerful cnemr the Trench but ho far hut o not nuec uloi hold ft iw i nv of thi Import nt seaports against the warships of tho Invader. Tamutttvc by fa- - the tuuit nnportau-- wmport of tho Island, Is not In possession of French marines, but the Ijivih mo entnnchtxl behind hoary eiarthworks Just far enough back of the city to be out of roucu uf the suns on tbt snen-of-wIn iho harbor. DENTIST. Andree possessed a resolute charwe know, Sho never saw Anatolc again, and the amount the courts granted her for breach of promise of mm rlagels not exactly acter, as IlARTroni), Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining countiee. Also Notary Public. Oflicc, room 20, Hnrtford Home. known. who In this way a was anxious to do all sho could for only succeeded in her bringing about results that were a hundred times worse than the most mother-in-lason-in-la- W. H. EARHTSS IfflBEISIiT Lfflj practico WILL courts of his profescion in all Obio nnd adjoining counties ami Court of Appeals. Special attention given fo collections, Offico next door below Conimen cial Hotel. "To-morro- Hartford, Ky. $i80000 JOHN KCIIOIJ5, CEH. GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $150.00 every month given away to any one who applies through u for the raoat memonous patent dunnf the month preceding Why lint lit iih tliflnit. I n( one tny jnitr and the object of this offer ta to encourage inventors to keep track of their bright Ideas. Ar the same time we wikh to imprt upon uie public the fact that IT S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS Wo aecuro tlio biat patents for our client, lis Lexington (1N0ORP0RATE0 ) JTj THAT YIELD FORTUNES, which can be eaulysKJ up at the and down without breaking the pasicngri's back, "nut-loc'sauce-pan,- " "bottle stopper, and a thousand other little thing thai mot any one can find a way of improving and these simple invention, are the ones that bring largest returns to the author. Try to think of something to invent. Such directly after breakfast, for npartments arc sometimes difficult to find. Now, mamma, lot me give you a kiss, you are so good." She spoke the truth. Her mother was on excellent creature, and Ana-tol- e Pluehln was well, his mother, was ot tho her future mother-in-lakind that are nowadays seldom to bo "To-morro- "The" Such Is the irony of fate, and doubtless It was best for the happiness of In bello Andree. From the French. DALE. Contemplating a Trip Wott. A young woman, judging by her picture, whoso first namo Is Agnes and who has an uncle living in Now York, will recclvo at her home in California a letter soon that will probably surprise he, Sho has never mot tho writer of It and very likely novir heard of him, The dry hurricano that swept over this town recently at tho rate of seveuty-flvmiles an hour mado this California girl's name, faco and address known to tho man who has written tho letter. It came about in this way: When tho windstorm was at its height a young man who sells cigars not far from Park row walked around the corner and began to beat his way down tho narrow canyon of IN A bitter hostilities. HER PICTURE Why a New York Man I Jo. B. ROGEES" Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in tl courts of Ohio and adjoinitiK countiej Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him. Office in Republican Building. Business Collcp, IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SCEMS. Patents taken out through us receive special notice in the " National Recorder' published at Washington, D C (WnUhiithebcttnewrpjpcrpubluhcdinAmerica in the interests of inventors. We furnuh a ear's ub senpuon to this journal, free of cost, to all our clients. We slso adt crtie, free of cost, the invention each month which wins our $150 pnze, and hundreds of thousands of copies of the "National Recorder," containing a sVftch of the winner, and ft description of his Invention, wdlbe scattered througltout the United States among capitalists and manufacturers, thus bnnging to tfeu attention the merits of the Invention. regarded strictly confidential. All communications Address JOHN WEDDnRBURN & CO., Solicitor, ot American and Foreign Patents, found. Tho day following at tho appointed hour Andrea was ready to attack' Parl3 mid ransack it from end to ond In hor ondeavors to find tho nest that is, tho apartments of her dreams. Her valiant mother was prepared to accompany her. The poor old woman had burned her throat with her coflee and had nearly choked herself over the sugar at the bottom of tho cup. e 00x385. Washington, D. C. VST Hlftrliuitdilcr (Hit foftr. Ifnltjmt I.ftltlMBF ( ft week RmImIm 618 P Street, N.W., autira iupMnusrribfr.w.iii.iiiii ror imllot The THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. tabUi 10 on tbrra Wuku, ttiiM nl u vtitMUl wtttlne lk tundi. till of tit hiuio ( cm go, in U ihft lSrrcttirj' nnd of itx h urlty iruit and bftlety ituuliit( lu IMiilomna. VauJV( isr 1U army of aucecMfut mii ii iu, w hurt i' Mnlnri a nirgrtfitue liuutli-ctlao- l ur annum tlututnnttaur :isTiW'KN. hcor whothe loadlnff pro-felti:t hi 1 I'Unlneria mn u( are ttn ftUnda unit it pairoii fiymltni nT netunl in net I ml Itualttcca JHftrnriUni ukpc! In nn uei depart-u.- " nihrr iilan. it iiirtKp i 3 mi niiit vtiual I hy I.ATKMV A VII lllfJlIt:.r AlVAHIlN. "All thft Hrii Frcmiuine, UoM anU limine MoiUH and JfinlumaH. etc," at ihu Iiitoriinllonut MI1 )rtlrr feSximsltlon, awanlwU the niHlem of 1 1 rail v urn-In tliU (ullige. 15 (nr rracilcal irHyiiitiiM jitMriiueni, expert m rountant. laiMritfftoati rniHl lllfillKMT .1YVAIII UWHIiUI t I.V.UUIAM tnn o Shorthand." uukIh In thU i 1Ick,'i iml tu HlKliiV i;nlureiueut In h tj( oqv Hhurihiiiiil In partmetit an i x la the voait rammer), from lhti authura of thla a) item. Bvs Traarrr !irro?IvirKI rtrai Mtlal Bntforiruipnt. the iv rrCv of tho u oionmnlth, tti IrvalUvnt dlnr UMMIAItltlSON A Ooctri (J. Hi, Nutmaffndl.fcM.saaM OlrtiUnrpt CO, Oik - 11 Cwluuhui, . iIUhe, ibril lirlfhi, tlth4 mi44 stmI chttrful h ! lb bVtUQ, (hMulitR4ri neetldithdiiMu dktrtlj,rrMd K 1 P A N a RBLIlil'. ONR OIVH9 &js.3LmTL. Mii XINirilN r yv i.A i - otst TfCMUUIAPIIV. ftiiiorliilrnd(nl orour JtnlltviiT uutl 'J rlevrili s (rm hai u record ut II aain' praotlcia ejcperlvure, frvm Night Operator tu t'hlot Train Dixpatcher, MttU The by Uraaat Trunk I Ineain America J ruin Iiitpntchera, Kuperliitentlenta, OrfrntoM M 0 Ipa'lli ratiuHV and ttlcftraplicompanlea tlio World ownlmt Ttio Only HVxuoi in luilway etyitem for ami the eirulliig n iniM'j ii araduatea to go direct to ptimoaa if Unit now) pwiitlniiH ft praitfial oprfttorft - imhtiiuctioN m ail nlriMminliAidoptrtmrnla An i'lne Murlc. i oiini, r nan wiwi nn Cumnioroli 4ium r)rreaMnduiicA, Juvr, v uiujiti7n.it Anlhiaetlfi ad Hpvlllnjr -., ( ur uwiruiiirv rumiHjrnn! It al im , tVnlla nir m PVIM tire-T(i UOMH NTUIrV, will navo you money WrlU' 0T3.OOO.UO 4Jiiarantre that for InatruAtlona ri ntpil, or ta our ItLHUANt1 NMV IlUIMllNfJ. fiindtfd owned, ereotadnutl fuiiuahi'd hy ua, to meet thu rciuln-mtii.of our pra thai ayatom of tiialrUL-tlolitmare. Ifrnf. lUrclrlc I and mmt per lhl. Wulfr, Tlio larufnt lierrect vatitltAtlon (felly equlppe-Itualneaa iolleuo llulldlni; In tluiNoMtn. llKTTAItri. kioitiflcollefea, whotareanonalhllliy roita tipnn thflr w ord otiH.wll) tell you lhit you the ''name,' or u more l bay will alv ur for"leaa Ihoroiifh rourea," tn money," eta., than It tajtee to cornplela a roonM Willi ua lien are .of audi claimi, Ihv.r nre flila. llluatralM OiiUlogue froe. lojfngtvn, KT UJ lurM 1. 8. Picture! In Sit, and Sits. i:mlrl The Leadiog Fhotograhsr. lim Mi and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. OWJZNSB0R0, KY ntu37 "Forward marchl En avantl" cried the joyous volco of Andreo. Young and Inexperienced, she lit-tl- o know what a terrible thing It Is to hunt for rooms in Paris; to climb up dozens and dozens of stops, nnd to undergo tho searching questioning of zealous concierges and indiscreet portiere's. After an Four and a half of this exerclsp tho unfortunate girl was exhausted. And her mothwl Sho followed her daughter puffing like a grampus and dragging her legs after her n3 If they were logs of heavy tlmbor! "Oufl Oufl Oufl" Then, at length: "Mamma, look at that pretty housol" "So It is." "With n vlow from tho back windows over the gardens." "And a sign out " "Precisely. 'Apartment to let. Inquiro within.'" "Let us nsk tho price. I have ftu Idea tlmt it will bo just tho thing." Tho prleo was just whot tho girl had judged reasonable for herself and her futuro husband. "Let us go upstairs," cried Andreo, who was delighted. "We can a doso of Dr. Plerca'n Fleosant relicts, Blclc Headache, DIuInesa, Constitution, IllUoui Attack., and oil derange- m sBaWSsefiPflKaW- - tw - vrszgf?wz-3r Su'"-,e r:Vi7 -- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD. KY. , .iw2-2(sj5iMi- h.. Nassau street toward the restaurant where ho lunches. The air was full of dust and flying paper. He felt a light blow on his hat, and taking It off found stuck iu tho rim a photograph of a young woman. It was pasted on a round card. Written on tho back of It was: "From your loving niece, Agnes ," and good-looking uh tho greatest one on llalma'a cerformanco In thL race. taUlni? all thlnsa Into account. record, lie made bis own pace, ran wltb open mouth, and was neter touihed with whip or gpur,- oa coma out aoia orepoui iae aisiauce inu sumo lime wu. mauu uh u tirtutiir ituvk vy .Spokane at Loulsvlllo lu leCO, with 119 pound up. and he wo. run out, TbOhoat mile and a hull wa. that ot Lamplighter, with 1CV pounds, at Monmouth. Augu.t 6, 1902, on a alratght track, In t.SW. la respect to weight, track and condition at tho end ot the mco lialma'. pjrformuuce I. regarded a. tle greatest on record. THE BLACK COLT, HALMA. Winner of the Latonla Derby, at Cincinnati, O. Distance one and one-hal- f miles. Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will he cm-eto nl business entrusted to his care. Col lections a. specialty. Office with tho county Attorney. Also Notary Public Attohney at Law, GREENVILLE, KY. Will praclico Ids profession in nil the courts jf Muhlenberg and adjoining couutieo. Special attention will b given to collections and all business entrusted to his euro. Office uext door below poett fllce. J. Xi. ItxCCKBIbvS, tho nnriitt of tho town In California. Apparently it had beon blown from an office in one of tho tall buildings on either side. The young cigar dealer believes In fate. As ho showed tho photograph to our reporter, he said: "Now, there were one hundred men on that street undyct this photograph selected my hat for a landing place. Tho girl looks interesting, and I am going to write to her, telling her tho Incident. Who knows? Thoy say that tho climate of California is lino and I shouldn't' object to a trip out there." N. Y, Sun. E3. :e. rjjoES-rgLi- j, (Ojniily Alt orney at HARTFORD, j ffomfy) ,& w, KY. Will practico his pnifeHion in tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining comiStiecial attention civen to cul- ties. Icclious. Offico in Courthouse. Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY. attention makiijf,' JNO. B. WILSON, tSf Old Pictures Copied SPECIAL -- given to rol aliAtmels, IT ril.13 TIIIC 1111,1, i's ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Asprnto uiHka irons b loBvper nay fin In PAMiilanoa mum n uula ta all tns I in lostrumniU no toi. works nnTwhira. in dUtanofa. Oaniolfitft. reuiir far tlaa bo ml up by tar uo, ut when. ahiipxl el never ont, of ordar, no rvtMiiluj, 1U n Hie A mnnav 1U1. U.ihiiIilI Wrlr. W. P. Ilarrlion ft Co .C.erk 10, CoUmLul. 0 ml.. VIIrM Wliillcil, lUerybody to know that Groves Tnstlesa Chill Tonic is guaranteed to Cure Chills nnd fever, I.ngrlppe Bad Colds &c, or your money will he ' re I muled in every Instance. VlHiiru& Ecll, iitiilitdXy. Sold by Symptoms MoMure; intense itching and stinging;most at nightiworse If allowed to continue by scratching. tumors form, which olten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's Ointmknt stops the itching and bleed, ing, heals ulceration, and in most cares removes the tumors. At drug. gists,vorby mall, forso cents. Dr. 8wync& Son, Philadelphia. I 1'llf.l IUIilui; IMIrN, ment, ot the liver, stomach and bowel, aro promptly and permanently cured. attn Kaston. ManhaU Co., IF". Yd. II. V niRCfc M Uh Uuffalo, N. Y. i Dear Mr Two jem ayo I, was pale and 1UIMI CUlllklilll-UH'l mcntcil lu my stomach. A pb).lclan pronounccase "I'utarrh of ed taj tho Stomach," but ho could not help me. I lived a month without olid food and when I tried to rat I would yVs, vomit. At thU time 1 taking Doctor Icrce'. Piquant Pellet., and lu two week. 1 was nl,n,ll., lu.. am now in iriin,! MiMANQm..!. SSSSP in mr" life."", have a bettor oolor, eat more, and have no gained thirteen dUtrrw after eating-ba- vin pound. .Inoo I began taking them. MA11Y ANOUISH. Yourtlruh, Ik. Pita of Selllag Ktdhlac Tkrc.gk Pulora, "Yankee." o The other day when a prim, New England professor sat down to dinner at a southern hotel thrco waiters In quick succession pro-cls- He Wat a - asked him If ho would have soup, A llttlo annoyed ho said to tho last waiter who asked: "Is It compul- J sory?" "No, sah," nnswered tho waiter, "no sah, I think it Is mock turtle." N Y. Tribune. QUbEN WIHELMINA OF HOLLAND, Taken at the time of the recent celebration of her fourteenth birthday. An Advertl.eiueul in llio pnper wort "two on Hie frnre, l 'Krl NfeA j', v5.iai m r also Notary Public for Ohio Coun.y. Offico North eido ot puhlieipure. t;e , J. R.""PrR"fLE ,..rt ,ccsiv ,C v v w, Jt,.. WA Taie, Sheriff Keown's tax books for 1895 are made up and he and his accommodating deputies can tell you to a cent how much your taxes amount to for this year, l'urthur than that, if you tender the oney they will write you a nice little receipt In a bold, leg. ible Iinnd, Atnffff Mfe. TO P I US W am "K Subscribe ior Tho Republican a n d Louisvillo Commer1,25 por yoar. cial The County Couveution hertofote called to meet at HaiUord. y July delegates to reprei 895 will select HARTFORD, KHNTUCKY. sent Ohio comity in the Senatorial Dlst. - of Ky. Convention for the 7th It prepared to do any nnd all kinds which hnsbeen called for August yol" Prices most IHntal Operations. Greenville, y. 7th 1895 at Office over Williams & reasonable, U. U Gupkv qh'm'n, V. A. OmsoN, Secy. jOJeU'enniK Store. J Attoution Hopublloans. ..ImMuH DENTIST k r i. j? - mzzmsTM H" JiJlL-J-- .S - Wo have the lnrg- est circulation, - but want more. Romem- - bor $1.25 gots Tho B LAN FORD. Republican er, C. C. M. and Louisville Commor- - cial one year. DEANFIELD. Some Interesting Points on Various Subjects. I Hartford Republican riJBUSHBU llVDKY Ropublleaus of Brookonrldgo County Nomlnato Ohas. ..I'roprK-lnr- . NAM A. AMir.ItNON Hbnry Wattkiison says tho platThe Campbell County Jlejmblioan IMIInr, form means Sound Monoy, JO. II. IMMll'.lt.H Blanford lor Rop is tho namoofn now paper published n Jo rSE Its first number says it means Freo Silver. nt Newport, Ky. Subscription, $1.26 por your. rusontatlvo. PIIIDAY MOltHJNO Black-bur- If" a iinan votes tho Democratic ticket is he voting for Sound Money or Freo Silvor? Who knows? T111: Democrats .cannot agfeo among themselves ami thoy need hot expect tho peoplo to agreo with them. H. McDonald, Dora E. Gibson, Hicks, Sophia Wcorucr, C II. TUHSDAY Ellis. NIOlIT. Neuralgia It the rrajrr r ot tho Neriw For Debato: Subject: we should Have Resolved, "That Sys- n Compulsory Pure B.ood Friday, July, 19, 1895. You pays your money and takes your choice Two thousand mounted men rode into Grayson Monday to prcvont the Wit are authorized to announce Dr. A. D. Tamks. sale of somo property levied on for Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate It is needless to say ior State Senator in tlie Ktn Senatorial railroad taxes. District, subject to the action of the tho sale was not mndo. Republican party. Suit. Ed Portor Thompson anREPRESENTATIVE. nounces that tho School Fund per We are authorized to annouuee KS2. W. I. Rows, capita for tho current school year Of Centertown, as a candidate to rep- will bo S2.80. To this add about Gc resent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, for interest on county bonds nod you subject to the action of the Republichave 82.85 as tho probable per capita an party. for this county. Tho teachers will acWe are authorized to announce cept congratulations. STATE SENATOR. bears evidenco of much ability and wo wish it the steady and continued support ot tho people HAuiHNBiitmo, Ky., July 15111,1895. Dit. A, D, Jamih has no opposition in his race for tho nomination for Ho Stato Senator from this District. is nn able, earnest and hard working Republican and has dono as much as any other man 111 this part of Keutucky to build up tho party. At Jacksonville, Fla., tho othor day an alligator measuring 14 feet loft tho St. John's River and . perambulated up Market Street toward tho heart of tho city. Tho hundreds M, Darnrtt C. of people on tho street at the timo Ohio county A candidate to represent Hon. Roswell G. Horr, of tho New were thrown into consternation at tho In the next House oi Representatives, York Tribune, and Prof. Harvoy, Republicsubject to the action oi the Ho was atsight of the monstor. author of "Coin's Financial School," tacked an party. by men with pistols and rifles on Tuesday begau their ten days deto no avail, until he began to show bate on the Silver Question at ChicaRepublican Stato Tickot. hisdisguet of their measly little bulV. 0. Bradley. Governor go. It promises to be one of the lets and started to climb a leaning Lieut.Govcrnor W. J. Worthing greatest discussions over held on tho telegraph pole. Iu doing this ho exton. continent. posed a part ot his body not so bullet Auditor S. H. Stone. Tun thousands of farmer boys proof as his time honored scaly skin Secretary of Stato Chas. Fiuley. all over tho country have at lost and ho was soon numbered with tho Treasures Geo. W. Long. Corbctt-Mitche- ll fight and other Attorney Geneial W. S. Taylor. found a man who understands their things that were, but ore. not. woes and is able to express their feelSuperintendent of Public Instruc if not classical ing in unmistakable, tion W, J. Davidson. What a joy it must be, at least in His name is James Edwin some respects, to livo iu faraway Register of Land Office 0. O. language. Campbell and ho wroto "'Tater Bug-gi- n' Finland. It is said that lifo and propRoynolds. Time" published in an other colerty are both absolutely safo iu that Commissioner of Agricultures Lui umn. realm, that young girls of sevencas Moore. speaking of the crop outlook the St. Louis QlobeDemocral says: "Tills year's corn crop promises to be ono of tho largest iu the history of the country, and it will pay oQ SPECIAL NOTICE. enough mortgages to put an end to the Populist party." Wo have made repeated appeals to Does the QlobeDemocrat forget subscribers who are in arrears with that the Democrats hatched the mortus; some have responded cheerfully gage humbug and they havo only reand paid one year in advance, others linquished Ihoir claim to the arguhave paid no attention to our no ment since tho Populists took it up? ticcs. To all those who havo paid we The Republicans will meet in the rtAILNOAlJ COMMISSIONED. The Republicans of Ilteokcnridge county assembled in the Court House (Monday) to nominate n candidate for Representative. Knch precinct had held a convention on Saturday proceeding the convention and had selected their delegates. The convention was called to order by Chairman Frank Haswcll. Mr. Den Jolly was made temporary chairman and James A, Allen temporary to-d- Aflirmatc Magtem of Education. gie D. Williams, Dora E. Gibson. NegntlveC. M. Crowe, L L, Stewart. Institute News Laura Render, Oxna Shultz. WHDNHSDAY. A Noway ! Communication lrom tho Minos. 17, '05. l'alni lUIIerod llloot 1'uilfled and NervoB Mndo Strong by v 8115 Devotional itxcrclscs W. G. ' Stewart. 8:35 Some Mistakes In the Aim or Purpose of Common School. 9 Discussion II, II. Davis, II. Ross, W. E. Morton, M. P. Kim-blcKindergarten methods; 9:30 Maggie Music. D. Williams. 10:15; 10; (. T. Tinsley, Wm. Johnson, A. y. Recess; secretary, The committee on perma- nent organisation recommended these gentlemen as permanent chairman nud secretary respectively. The re pott or recommendation of this committee was unaulmouily adopted. The committee on resolutions composed of Messrs R.T. Folk. T J. Jolly, James A. Allen and lease R. Kskridge reported 09 follows; Be It resolved by the Republicans of Breckcnridge county in conventiou assembled: 1. We belieyc that the Republican Natural Platform adopted by the last National conventiou at Mincapolis pets forth the correct principals of the Republicans. 2. We heartily endorse the last Republican State Platform adopted by the late convention nt Louisville, and that the nominees named at that convention are worthy of the Language' Lessons; Kffie Kahu, Bertha Felix, Myrtle Henry R. A. Byers, Rowe, Leach, Emma A. Moseley. 11; Composition. Wm. Foster, E. R. Ray. Noon. 1:15: Physiology and Hygiene; D. E. MUTer, F. L. Sanderlur, D. II. Godsey, J. C. Berry, N. W. Moseley, 2; Sense Products; W. Alexander. Discussion: L. T, Barnard, A. II. Ross, J. C. Hoover, L. B, Loney, J. L. Hoover. 3; Recess. 3:15; History: Class work; O M, Shultz. 4, Ctvic;L W. Godsey, Wm. Day, C W. Moseley, M. D. Maddox, W. R. Carson.. WISDNESDAY I NIGHT. 8:30, Address; Prof. Ilurton. Address: Subject; "Denver Trip."; Prof. Rhoads.' THURSDAY, In First District -- Jerry Porter. Second District H. S. Irwin. teen and young married women make journeys of 50 and GO miles unattended and iu perfect safety. Au article left on the streets of a town for hours will be exactly where it was left when Tno merchants tho owner returns, are very thankful, to those who have not paid, we ask you again to call or send in that subscription account you owe. We are at a great expense every week and MUST have what is Look at the due us on subscription. label on your paper and you will see how much you are indebted to us, and don't rest until you have paid it oil. Your subscription account is account and the same as just as essential as auy you ought to pay it just any other account, and fer a great favor on us AT ONCE. you will conby us paying Where s ighll is the mercury? Out of A Lexington couple, Dr. Edgar and Mrs. Davidson are each seeking to be divorced through a ninety days Well, who residence in Oklahoma. would have thought it? who left this An State in 1811 and settled in California died last week in Fresno, Cal. Ho had but recently learned that an estate of $GO,000,000 bad been left to him by a relative in Germany. The Missouri Democrats are stirred up over tho money question and the State Central Committee will call a Convention to discuss the matter. Silver Dick Bland has a mighty hard tiruo keeping Free Silver. Missouri in line for A trusted mulatto, Haggard, attempted a criminal assault upon a young lady in Clark county Saturday afternoon and on Monday night at 12:50 a mob very quietly took hiin from the jail and lynched him. named Bob They tell aro scrupulously honest. all ab'out their wares oven if thoy Day lakaow they will lose a sale. borers, if over paid, will return the amount to his employer of his own accord. Wouldn't it be a good thing to have a few Finlanders to come various precincts at 1 over and reform well just reform a o'clock p. m. to name and instruct few folks? delegates to tho County Convention Ulll bo nTrnllor. Monday, which meets to nominate a John Rhea tells a Louisville Comcandidate for the Legislature and to mercial man what he thinks about select delegates to tho Scnatonal Gen. Hardin and the Democratic District Convention which meets at platform. The following is the interGreenville Wednesday, August 7th. view: The Times contained an article yesThere should bo a largo turnout both terday to the effect that Gen, Hardin and Monday. is simply biding his time, and in due Governor Brown has pardoned seasqn would be heard from, and that Monroe Bouyssou who killed the slan- he would unmistakably stand upon Democratic platform. This would derer, Howard Perdue, some months the not place Gen. Hardin in an enviable Perdue wrote several articles ago. light in view of what Senator Blackto the Kansas City Sun, a scurrilous burn said at the Democratic conferand disreputable sheet, in ono ot ence on Friday. Jo said that if Gen. which he villified Bouyssou unmerHardin declared himself to be anyThe latter met with an ac- thing else but a 16 to . 1 free silver cifully. cident while in jail which resulted in Democrat he would be a traitor. He is now in his losing his mind. The publication was made on the the Hopkiusville Lunatic Asylum. authority of Chairman Ioug and is, Tho press of the State upholds the therefore, official. pardon as being a very just and rightA reporter for The Commercial met eous exercise ot executive clemency. Col, John S. Rhea yesterday and asked hira if he had read the article which The "Question and Answers" was headed, "Hardin Will Be Heare Column in a certain big daily recent- From." ly contained the following: "Yes," said Mr. Rhea, "I did read "Louisville A man told me that it." one English sparrow would produce "What do you think oflt?" as many as 1.000,000 in ten years. Mr. Rhea replied: "I do not bePlease tell me if this is true. lieve Gen, Hardin has said or intimCitizen. ated to Chairman Long or any one "No one sparrow could produce 1,000,000 of its kind in any number else that he was now, or would proman, of years, but according to a famous claim himself, a 'sound-monecalculation given out in the report of as that term is understood." the Commissioner of Agriculture in "Suppose he has, Mr, Rhea, and so 180b, ono pair ot English sparrows is declares himself, then what?" capable of producing more than "I protect he has not, and will not," This, of in ten years. said Mr. Rhea. "If he does, however, course, supposes favorable circum he will receive, as he would merit, stances.'' Who that must listen to the never the contempt of every honest Demoending chatter of the myriads of these crat in Kentucky. His defeat will be a question of majority. If he pests can doubt the truth of the com- only values office above character he will missioner's figures? 00 hearty support of every Kentucky citizen. 3. We sympathize with the Democrats of this State in their present painful, ridiculous and absurd position befotc the people, and trust that the rebuke which they will receive in November will teach them better.pro-vide- d they still exist as a pirty after ' that election. 4. We approve of the call for this convention. Upon a call for nominations the names of Hon. James D. Wilson and Hon. Chas Blanford were placed before the convention. The name of Mr. Wilson however was withdrawn and the nomination of Mr. Blanford was made unanimous. The convention was entirely harmonious and the Republicans of this THURSDAY NIGHT. county will face the enemy with a A special program will be prepared solid front. Robin Hood. for Thursday night. RKV. II. C. TRUMAN. FRIDAY. 8:15 Devotional Exercises; E. R. Ray. 8.30; Some mistakes in Teaching; Maggie D. Williams, S. C Stcv-enIra Petty, L. M. Sanderfur; J. D, Hocker, J. S. M Royal. 9:30; Recitation; Miry Miller. Recess. Music. 10; Reading. S.J. Tichenor, R. A. Byers, Rachle Sanderfur, Laura Render, Sue Moseley, SldJie Davidson. 10:45; Address; Jo B. Rogers. 11:20; Association work. Noon. 1:15; Grammar; J, B. Wilson, Mrs. J. A. Wedding, J. . Taylor, Fon Rogers, Nettie Rogers, E R. Ray. 2:15; How to grade common schools; Prof. Rhoad3. 2:45; Recitation; Sal-li- e Recess. Music. Qulsenbcrry. 3; Applying for a school; C M. Crowe, II. C. Truman, G. T. Tinsley. 4; County and District Libraries; F. P. Stum, E. R. Ray. s, This is Trustee Day. Devotional exercises; II. C. Truman. 8:40; Local Taxation for common schools, R. P. Hocker. Discussion, t. 9.40; Comic Declamation; U. C. 10; Duties of Trustees and Parents; F. P. Stum, J. D. Hocker and others. 11:10; Some thoughts on discipline; Prof. Rhoads. Noon. 1:15; Trustees' hour. 2:15; AssociAdation work. General business. Bar-net- journment. All trustees are earnestly requested to to be present at all times, and especially on Friday. The A popular Ohio county teacher Teacher- - linllttite- - I'roKrmii. Ohio County White Teacher's Institute will convene in school hall at Beaver Dam, Monday, August uth, and continue five days. Instructor Pror. McIIenry Rhoads, of Frankfort, Trip In Olil I'ahil Com, lorl nuil the Nenaliorr. The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. W. A. Wilgus. S. P. A., will be run Wednesday, August 7U1, via C. O. & A11111111I Ky. Program. 9 a m. "A house not staud," The Owensboro Messenger iu com- menting upon tho fact that Senator Sherman has delined to bo a candidate for the Presidency says that af lows: "Tho new Democratic state central ter opposing him for years there are men in tho Democratic party" committee, by its first act, created a "many who "now admit that bo was always split iu tho party at Louisville, which will prove most demoralizing and disright." astrous unless something is speedily tho Timet, tho Pott, Mr. Carlisle and all the Sound Money Democrats say the recent Democratic platform is n Sound Money platform, and iu speaking of tho race for Representative our contom-porar- y "Such a man upon a saya: ticket already strong by reason of its platform and the splendid names which adorn it, will bo a certain arid an easy winner." But it does not say in what way tho platform adds strength, but in the same isauo is found a clipping from the Cincinnati tho subject of "Sound Money" iu which tho Inquirer says: '"Sound Money' is a phrase which rightfully belongs to tho bimetallists to the advocates of free mid unlimited coinage of silver at the latio of 10 to 1." 0, j'M, tho platform is strong by reason of the opportunity which it affords Democratic cditois and speakers to interpret it to suit tho crowd. It is Sound Money whou be ing interpreted beforo Sound Money peoplo and Freo Silver when bofore If that bo not the inflationists. strength of tho platform it has none. divided agaiust itself can has long been a univerThe Owenssally accepted maxim. boro Messenger is just now pointing out another split in the Democratic parly and comments thereon as fol. get neither the one nor the other, but will wind up this canvass af bankrupt as to both." Col. Rhea was then asked if he had been advised by the Campaign Committee that appointments had been made or would be made for him by the The Courier-Journa- l, fJM.lfrMMUHtfgrei EMfarsTremw:ajrTZ'i hlMtCuutfUtlirup. T a.tu Ooud, Cm I I In tlmo. Hold nr aruiwl.lt. done to remedy tho trouble, "The Democrats of Kentucky havo but little patience with tho factional Tho "outa'' fights in Louisville. claim all the virtuo and righteousness, and denounce the "ins" as This is true, no matter scoundrels. which side is out, or which sido is in. And observation teaches that ono side it about as had as tho other. "The State convention had ordered a general reorganization of the local committees, by election, in October. It was not necessary, therefore, for the party's weal, to kick out tho old committees in Louisvillo at this time, and put in new men to servo only until November. It was dono manifestly in the interest of a candidate. It invited a bolt, and the bolt has been made. "It was very easy to sco this, but thoso who were determined upon it were so wrought up in their prejudice they could not, or would not, look upon tho matter dispassionately. It is a most unfortunato stato of affairs," "Whom tho Lord would destroy bo first makos mad,'' might also be applied to the condition of tho Louisvillo Democracy, which the Messenger sets out in its leader. From a Democratic standpoint it is as the Mctsen. ger says, "a most unfurtuuato stato of affairs," but considered as ono of tho elements that will enter iato tho retirement of tho Democratic party from power in Keutucky, it is just causo for rejoicing among the people. committee. Col. Rhea said that he had not been asked to speak, nor had he been advised that appointments would be made for him. While he was notable to answer for Senator Blackburn, he was confident that no appointments had been made for hira by the Committee. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leavening power as the Royal. lie I'rnyeil I.oml. An old railroad man was converted, so the story goes, and when asked to lead in prayer, he prayed as follows: "O, Lord, now that I have flagged Thee, lift my feet ofTthe rough road of life and place them safely on the deck of the ttnin of salvation. Let me use the the safety lamp known as prudence, make all the couplings on the train with the link of Thy Love, and let my hand lamp be the Bible. And, Heavenly Father, keep all of the switches dosed that lead ofTonto sidings, especially those with a blind end. O, Lord, if it be thy pleasure have every semaphore blockalongthe line, show the white light of hope.that I may make the run of life without stopping. And, Lord, give usthe ten as a schedule, and I commandments have, on schedule time, pulleJ into the great dark station of death, may Thou, superintendent of the universe, say with a smile, 'well done, thou good and faithful seivant, come up and sign the pay roll and receive your check for eternal happiness.' Amenl" Invocation Rev. J. N. Jarnigan. Welcome address K. R. Ray. Response J. D, Hocker, Organization , 1 1 Some of the Aims of Institute work Prof. Rhoads. Noon What are 1:15 Paper Subject: the ends to be attained in school management Miss Dania Carter. Discussion Ira Petty, G. W. Miller. of 1:45 Some Phases of Philosophy Prof. Rhoads. 2:30 RecEducation Recess. itation IJluio Williams. Music. Common and Decimal Fractions 5 J. L. Klmore, teacher, pupils: D. II. Godsey, Nannie Moseley, Laura Render, J. B. Taylor, J. M. Stogner, W.G. Stewatt.Allce Pluunner.Maggie Richardson. 4 L.C.M. nnd G.C.D. L. L. Stewart, teacher, pupils: J. of interest. E. Davidson, Birch Shields, Florence Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 for Wright, Belle Whlttlnghlll, W. C. berth, Louisville to Old Point, to be Gray, Annie Gregory, C. Soper, Ursa occupied by one or two persons, and Wilson, Oscar BiBhop, Florence New- application for sleeping car space ton. should be made at once to W. A. MONDAY NIOlIT. Wilgus. Hopkiusville, Ky. For fur8:30 The Will Its culture and ther particulars address ds above or value In education B, D. Rlngo. call on Agent C. O. & S.W. Railway. 9:30 Reports from District Assoclax tloiis. surf-bathin- S. W. nnd C. & O. Railways, from Beaver Dam on regular train leaving at 3:38 A. M., connecting with Seashore Special, which leaves L. & N. Union Station at 1:30 P. M. The rouud trip rate to Old Point Comfort is only $15, 50 and the tickets arc good until August 29th, with stop-ove- r privileges returning only. This trip surpasses any offered the traveling public when you consider the small expens, and the many delightful diversions offered. Grand and beautiful scenery, invigorating ocean mountain air, voyage, palatial entertainment at the Hygeia hotel, and a visit to the Capital, ifdeslred. The low rates of $2 50 per day has been secured, at the Hygeia for all who go on this special. Every attention and courtesy will be extended to ladies without escorts. Choice oi routs returning, between Richmond and Clifton Forge, will be given, enabling those who desire to visit Lynch-burNatural Bridge and other points g, TUESDAY. 8:15 Devotional Exercises Rev, 8:40 Habit in EdJ, B. Ferryman. ucation and its Limitation Prof. Rhoads. 9:10 Attention Paper Discussion J. L. Mallle Ferguson. Brown.C. J. Iglehart, Mrs. M. J. Harper, Alney Tanner. 10:40 Moral Training Importance and Methods E. R. Ray. 11.30 How to Develop the Idea of Numbrs Prof. Rhoads. Children Cry Tor Pitcher's Castorla. Why No internnl medicine requiryour lantern. Cures tetter, ectcnin, itch, nil ed. Horn: That sarrcd flower that eruptions on the Uce, note, &o. .leaving the skin clear, white ami honltby. grows eternal in every hcatt.takcthis from man and what would become of IU great healing and curative powers arc possessed by 110 other remedy. life? Ask your druggist lor Swaynb's Experience teaches us all sooner or Ointmknt. 34 lyr. later that when we have to contend with the "world that is man'in his Ilillr Ilnlr mi Ntiuilny, unregenerate state you must look to Taking effect May 36th the Louisyour own fences, thcrforc: ville, St. Louis & Texas Railroad w!U "Voyagers upon life's sea, sell on every Sunday louud trip tickTo! yourself be true; ets between all its stations ,ott main And wherever your lot may be, line at one fare for the round ttlp. Paddle your own canoe." Suspicion is stuck all full ot eyes. Tickets are good on date of aale, good You.can pitch shot at a toad and he returning same day. This gives an opportunity to visit one oi will swallow them until he is so heavy loaded he can't jump. Some the largest cities or spend a day with friendaalong the line. Kor furthmen you can do the same way. We their er information call on agent or adhave learned to be a little bit particular about swallowing everything that dress II. C. Mordue, Asa't O. P. A., Louisville, Ky. some people pilch at us. We are thankful for the good rain we have had. We are thankful for the prospect which is good lor crops. We are thankful for friends to cheer and help us on in life, and more than thankful that we can run our business without the help of the devil. Wc once took his advice upon a good many things, but found out that the result was not satisfactory. Therefore wc told him to go to hell, where he belonged and he is mad now. Let him roar, Mr. editor, we don't know just how you are on some qestions, Silver, for instaucc, but we are satisfied that when you see a good thing you lay hold, or you have not studied "Black-stone- " sufficiently for business pur poses, and its mighty seldom one of SI. 000 In (loltl ;irn Ami,)- n I'rlicx. For the best pictures taken. On his "declples" neglects that part of November 15II1, 1895, we shall the instruction, but have you seen the away One Thousand Dollars hi give gold Star Goddess of Democracy in her la- for the best pictures taken by the Latest acts, called "The Unfortuuate crosse Camera. awarded ns The Straddle." It Is a paiuful sight and lows: prir.es will bewill be given folfor f 200 in gold hard on her Anatomy, in fact the the best picture taken by this Cam-prthing won't win unless the sign is for the second best; 50 for $106 right for catching suckers. the third best; $25 for the fourth best; $15 tor the filth best; 10 lor the Mr. Roberst, Superintendent of the best, Thompson coal works, has some new sixth will nud lor the next 40 best $5 each be given: for the next 80 gold teeth and we must confess It best $1 so each will be given, nnd for helps his looks, while It could not add the next 200 best pictures taken by any to him as a gentleman, as he was the Lacrosse Camera $ each will be one of the most sociable of men, hon- given, making iu all $1,000 given away. orable and upright and likewise adWc shall do this for two reasons, viz: The first to introduce the Lamires the same qualities in others. Wishing Tim Rrtucucan success, crosse Camera for 1895; the second, phonograand also hoping to sec good will and to educate the amateuts in on Novemphy. This contest closes harmony prevail, we once more say ber 1st, 1895, in all kindness, keep cool and don't This camera can be used bynnyoue let any one get ofl the track or you and is sold under a positive wiltteti guarantee to do the work or money will hear from Tint Owl. refunded. Sent by express with fnll Instructions and rules governing this contest upon receipt ol expreas monoy order lor $1.75. When Baby n iter, we care her CutorU. Remember, A Written Guarantee When he u a ClilM, the cried (or CutorU. Goes with livery Camera. When aho became JlUn, aha clung to CutorU, Address, LaCrusse Specialty Co., When the boil Children, gare tbem We have had a fine rain and crops are growing nicely. The silver question Is all you can hear now, but the devil is not bothering himself about it He Is getting iu his work, while church members are taking a nap. We mean.ofcourse, such members ns are doing nothing for the church, not those who are working nnd praying. Uncle Ely McClary is night watch-ma- n We ot the Thompson works. don't mean that be Is an old man by calling hlm"uncle,"for he Isas young as some ol the young men, besides he knows something young men have to learn yet. The power of the human frame to resist cold, according to "Sir John Ross," who experienced lour successive Arctic winters, appears to vaty remarkably in diiTcrcnt constitutions. His general conclusion is that the ruddy, elastic florid. or man, endowed with what we call the sanguine temperament, has a peculiar power of retaining heat. While those having pale flabby, sal-lcountenances, whose temperament is said to be phlegmatic, or melandeficit. choly are proportionately He places his chief reliance on abundance of food, and it is well known that an Esquimaux takes as much as ten or twelve pounds weight of animal food in 24 hours. Its effect being heightened by the fat and oleaginous quality of the diet. The oxygaln which Is inhaled with atmospheric nir combines chemically with the carbon of the food, and that chemical action is the cause of heat and vital food. We understand that Mr. Wm. Day has secured the school for the coining session here. William is a good one and the children will have light, as Day will be with them. Blow out Dkani'ihld, Ky., July All unlet 011 the Potomac. "It Rives mo great pleasure to state Whit Hood's Boriaparllla has dono (or mi and my wife. Bhe has boon Afflicted with neuralgia raloa In her head for air year ahe Md It nettled In her mm. At times atay would U totally blind and have toavwwa u H una tor monthly A abort time ago wo began ualng Ilood'a Bartaparlllaand today, thank UOQ, IDS 11 BUM Hood's Sarsaparilla J Mr.Mr-'Wm.H- . Nnnamaher Jaditnla, Ark. sff-zm- r a if to attend to ber tinna.hold dutlo. Whloh ihe had not imy Cures Laundry, Ky. drri. yean. My own caio wa aomewhat Imllar, and ilnoo taking Ilood'a SaraaparllU the Inflammation hia left my oyei andmy My nertea have become nuleted.been health lor atr today U better than It haa Hoo(Ts5,pr Numamakkh, Judionla, Atkatnai. Mood's Pill are hand nude, androrfeot In proportion and appearance. IM per box. roy Steam OwENsnoito, Docs finest work of any laundry in the West, iff) injurious IngreWork nl! guarandients used. Patteed to give -- satisfaction. rons' linen insured against fire while iu the laundry, Laundry sent on Tuesday and returned on Saturday of each weolc- - . Sormi, Ctrietljr Oatofe, Waltku M. Path, Agt. Hartford, Ky. "ll In Simply apply "Swuyne's 0r nil Mliln llrnea." Oint- ment." oue u Our subscription list is constantly in-creasi- You can not afford to be left Send behind. in $1.25 and sot The Republic a n a n d Louisville Weekly Commercial one year. - a; 1 the CutorU, LaCrosseWis. To WHOM Outoct. 1 SUtes Were Banished. Tho reasons assigned by tho school commltteoof Boston for tho discontinuance of slates, slato pencils and sponges in tho public schools aud tho substitution of paper, lead pencils and rubber erasers in their places arc as follows: 1. A light gray mark upon a N,oou. slightly darker gray surfaco'h moro 1:15 Reading Circle Work Prof. or loss indistinct and trying to tba Rhoads. 3:15 How to secure regueyoslght. C. Jarnilar attendance at School R. 2. The resistance of tho hnrd gan, A. G. Ted, Mollie Tunstall, pcnoll upon tho hard slato is trying Wallace Rossou. 2:45 Recess. to tho muscles, and tho rcslstanco to which tho muscles are thus paper Value trained must bo overcome- when be3 p.m. Geography and methods Lula Cox. Discussion ginning to writo with pencil or pen L. W. Godiey, J. W. Petty, Mrs. upon paper. 3. Thc'uscof Storms, A. S. Bennett, F. L, Sander-fu- r, nnd spongos Is slates, slato pencils a very uncleanly cusGeneral Words Prof. tom 3:45 and leads to and establishes Rhoads. Penmanship and very uncleanly habits. Boston Hor4:10 drawing A P. Thomas, W.W Coop rid. Mil-bl- Not Ire. IT MAY COKCBRNi I On account of Baptist Young People's Union of America at Baltimore, Md., July 0, '95, tickets will bq on sale to Baltimore at $19.10, and to Washington, D. C. at 20,60 for the rouud trip, good until August 5, to return. On sale July 16th and 17th. II. MiiiutlCK, Agent. 18-2- Why not ,ilo uuaerlnllou. no have by writing" lodged with the cletk of the Ohio County Court.glven to my sons Samuel and Joseph James the previllge of acting working nnd trading for themselves ns they choose free from my control. I will not assert claim to wages earned or property acquired by either of them nor will I be rcponsiblc for nny of theact.s at ouee pity your ol either. SAUuitt, Jam it). Render, Ky.,July ii, 1895, 50 3t Got our prices on Read Tho Repubpicnic bills and wo lican and Commor-cial,keo- p do your work. Best posted. Only work guaranteedtSoo $1.25 por year. us boloro going olso lluvo you renew en your whore. lor nulmrrlii-lin- n IHIIST - Lum,LMywiill 4" rw AMki. ..f5fa E5J3 A StaJ&Luki .iAa. FAIR BROS. CO. IT IS TOO LATE now to talk about profit on Dry Goods. Wo must move our great stock of summer goods, and in so doing will give you the chance of a life time to buy fine goods for less than such QUALITIES or STYLES woro over sold before. MOTE OUR PRICES Men's all wool suits, $5.00. Extra quality all wool suits, $8.00. Very best made all wool sack and frock suits,$10. Luster coat, serge and Mohair coats and rests nt lowest prices. Largest selections of men and boys' hats, prices from 25c to $5.0Q.Tlic very latest shades and fall styles in Millinery. Clothing mE CLOSING bad boys went to the house of Mr. Thomas Smith and carried a stand of his bees to the public highway.which You can get a strawhat atyourown is but a short distance from the house price at Caiuon & Co. and there burstcd the gum and took Another new lot ol belt Jjucklos and out the honey leaving the opened belting at Carson & Co. gum and bees lying in the road. It Do you woar shirts? Carson & is supposed from the amount of honey he gum contained that there were Co's. Is the place to get them. several boys engaged in the affair, Miss Mary Gray, of Kansas, Is visand that they took the contents to an iting Mrs. H. P. Taylor. assignation house not far from the MIsb Ethn Tlchcnor, Point Pleasant, rood and therccnjoycU n fastidious visited Miss Fannie Cnsebler. with the women. Mr. Smith If you want the best Hay Press on has learned who the young men arc and his neighbors have advised him the market, call on Field & Holbrook. to prosecute them to the extent ol the in in Birds L. Bullhigton Mr.E. law. Eye, Ind.nt the bedside of his brother, Wc have lenrticd that there nre 14 ., who is quite sick. prisoners In Jail and our little town Dr E.W. Ford Is visiting the fam lias furnished 4 of them and from the ily of Col. W. H. Moore, Sulphur amount of theft and crime that is beSprings this week, ing perpetrated here night after night Marriage license: John Harlan to wc arc led to believe that we have prisonMiss Annie Graham, John R. Evans not yet furnished our share of ers. to Miss Mary E. Crow. Mr. W. M. Park who has been Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Casebler spsut the Cloverport Normal reSaturday nnd Sunday with their sou turned to his home last week. Mr. W. T. Casebier, Nelson Station. Park has been employed to teach the Mr. Thomas Niel and Mls Attie Putesvitlc public school in Hancock Sinnett Whitesvllle visited the fami- county. Prof. T. W. Petty, Fordsville, was ly of Mr. Robert Hayncslast week. the guest ol his brother, Mr. F. M. Remember the Barbecue at Barrett's 1st. Ferry, Saturday, August 3. Big Bal- Petty the Prof. U. C. Barnett. Hartford, visi13 loon ascension and steam swing, ted in this community last week. Mrs. Dr J. S. Coleman, who has Quite a number of our people atbeen sick for several days with tended the celebration nt Fordsville rheumatism, was no better the 4th and report a good time. yesterday. School Boy. Miss Mary Miller town yesterday, Magan was lit at Our remnant stock for any price Hats that are actually they will bring. worth $3 to $5 going at $1.50. SHOES' AND S LIPPE PS Our line of Slipper are being rushed out at greatly reduced prices. We must have room for our fall stock by the 15th of gust. Elegant slippers worth $2 and$2.50 per pair. for $1-5- 0 we BUY and sell for CASH, hence we arc enabled to sell you goods at closer prices than long time credit buyers. Radford Sample July mil Remember HEADQUARTER of fashion FAIR BROS. 1'iiiDAY, 19, 1895, ' & CO., Props. QRi Buy tome of our dimities and keep Carson & Co. cool. Mr. Sep Leach and son, ol Uorton, us Wedncsliy. nailed to Don't fftH to get prices on our RockCAH8QN & Co. ing Clwirg. se novelty hats. We nlwajw keep the latest thing In Cahson & Co. Branch, Mr. Jus C. Hull. Horse gave us a call Wednesday. Mr.W. I). Moore, Sulphur Springs, was In town the first of the week. LoU ol percals for shirt waists. Caiison & Co. Wc nre tin leaders in groceries. CnsoK & Co. Mrs. J. II- - I.lkous, Jingo, visited her soil, Mr. G B. Likens, this week. Wc will sell our Millinery Goods at hall price. Mefitrn. CARSON & Co. John T. Moore and Jaraes l Thomas veut to Owensboro Saturday on their wheels. They returned Sunday . Mint Isabclle Mcllenfy will return to Hartford the first of next week, alter being absent several weeks visiting friends nnd relatives iu Louisville and Richmond. The Central Coal and Iron Co. at Render are setting up an electric plant for use in their mines. It will be used for mining and hoisting. They are nlso putting In some shaker scieetia and have added two pair of railroad scales. This will be a great addition to their already well equipped mine. You never feel like visiting a fatnL ly until yon are invited. It Is the same way In business If the merchant does not invite you to call at his store by an advertisement you don't fetl like trading with him, which is perfectly right. The live, progressive inerclmnt always advertises whatever he has to sell and he always finds a ready sale. s Hartford has long needed a Ice cream parlor and to meet want Messrs. W. G, the long-foHardwicknnd A. I. NjII have equip-po- d thier conlectlouery with all kluds ofcooj drinks, ice cream, sherbet, etc , which can always be had In nbuudancc. These yoting genttemen will always take pleasure In fixing you a good, cool drink. first-claslt !f .M- i- P Mlcluel and W. B. Ilendrickson, who were arrested near Olatou on July sd, were tried before Judge Ino. l Morton last .Saturday and the evidence not being sufficient to hold them they were discharged, but before they had gotten out of the Court s House Uulted States Detective pounced upon them and took them to Louisville, where they will be tried In the Federal Courts. . Jen-kin- F.riAi.vo. Crops In this country are looking believe him perfectly honorable in all well. by Prof. Lee B. Mills. business transactions and financially Wheat stacking and hay harvest is Sylvester Powers was tried in Esq. able to carry out any obligation made tkt principal work for the day. Mr. A. S. Aull's Court at Sulphui Springs by the firm. J. W. Baker started his thresher last last Saturday, charged with breach of West nnd Truax,Wohlesale Druggists I Ifonday. Mr. O. Kimbley is hav J. the peace, and fined $15 00. County Toledo, 04. ing bad luck with his new thresuer, Attorney E. P. Neal conducted Waldlng, Kinnan and Marvin.Whole-sal- e wing to the fact that the company and Mr. J. B. the prosecution Druggists, Toledo, O. seat a steam box instead of n box to Vickers defended him. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- ft horse power, but he has another TniRKi'UBMCANjob Roooui have nally, acting directly upon the blood on the way. Aufoland mucous surfaces of the system. just Completed a beautiful The school at this place will be uu-- Jr der for Miss Maggie D. Williams, of Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. the management of Prof. M. P. LIvermore, to be used in school pur- per bottle. Sold by at Druggists. He Is expecting several Kimbley. ' 49 4t poses. Miss Williams is one of the day scholars.who will leave their own foremost educators in the State, and districts to attend this school, which Attention Ilcnnullcnnal any school or college securing her There being an unexpired term in speaks very highly for the Professor. services should be congratulated. The picnic at "this place which was the office of Coroner which must be filled at the next November election, under the efficient management of N. A party from Owensboro will locate at Kines Mill next Tuesday to spend you are hereby requested to have B. Fulkerson and J. G. Peaver was a one week in camp. The party will your delegates instructed at your pre- success. Rev. R. E. Smith, Rockport, is be made up as follows: Messrs Jo cinct Conventions on the 20th Inst, to Simmons and Gertie cast your votes for the man of your holding a protracted meeting at this Fuqua, John place. Gates and families, Misses Blancht, choice for this office, Misses Ella Tilford.Nola Herniary E. D. Gui'PY Ch'm'n Susie nnd Emma Slaughter, Susie j Bell and Verda Graves, of Rockport, W. A. Gibson Scc'y. Kirk, Nina Luckett nnd Messrs Lem have been visiting friends and relaMcIIenry nnd Knox Boyd. IIEA, tives in and near this place. Wheat threshing Crops look fine. The Lexington Business College Miss Pearl Tinsley, Louisville, has has assumed very large proportions. 19 the order of tho day. It is much been visiting Miss Annie Tinsley Prof. Calhoun is growing more pop- better than was thought before thresh lure, but Is now visiting in Rockport. ular every day, and hi3 splendid ing. Mrs. Annie Downs has been visitMrs. Kebecca Leach has returned ing her parents at South Carrollton. If you need a suit of Cloths come to management of the College has won the respect of all business men. from an extended visit at Pleasant Mis3 Mabel Kimbley has been visCarson & Co. His great kindness to old students as Ridge. Mr. Hjmry Park end daugh- iting friends In South Carrollton. 15. Tho best barber In well as new, has probably been a, Mrs. Pleas Garrett is visiting her ter, Miss Grace, are visiting Mips L. Hulling ton. great factor in his growing prosperison, Jas, Garrett. Carrie Leach thw week. Lexington School Journal. Special bargains in dress goods at ty. V. B. Morton has gone to Evans-villClaytou Woodward spent last week Caksok it Co. Polb. Tim RitrunucAN highly appre- at home. Miss Lula Carson, McJIenry, Is at ciates the patronage it is receiving Esq. Georgo Woodward, Calhoon, To have perfect health you must Irom the people in general and more spent Saturday with his brother. home for a few weeks. have pure blood, and the best way to Department, Prof. Elmore has secured our have pure blood is to take Hood's Attorney Jo B. Vickers, Fordsville, especially iu our Job which has been exceedingly busy in H. school. was in town Tuesday, Sarsaparilla. the last few weeks, as we have just Mrs. Judge Johu P. Morton Is finished the Hnrtford College limn you paid your Niiliscrlpllon? The U. S. Gov't Reports visiting relatives at Prentls. the Pleasant Ridge High Baking Powder show Royal .( Caught by Clama. folder For the best and cheapest Buggy on School Catalogue and a superior to all others. Williams. The reafor Miss Maggie They tell biff stories about tho the market, sec Field & Holbrook. Col.Krnilley TalKH son we do sc much Job work is befeats of Pugot sound clams, but tho Col. W. O.Bradley.Republican canDr. King, Henderson, is the guest cause wc have good, new material one told by Edward A. Chaso, of tho of Mr. Jno. R. l'hipps and family this and have our business so arranged didate for Governor in Kentucky, in North Pacific Fish company, is just response to a telegraphic inquiry, a trlflo ahead of most of them. week. that we can do work cheaper than ' Times-Heral- d as Saturday morning, when Mr. do, and wired the Chicago Buggies, Harness, Whips, LnpDus-ter- s any other people can possibly Chaso went Into his warchouso, ho follows from Louisville: and Wagons. Call and see Field our work is always the very best. "There Is every indication of Ken- heard a rustling In a box of clams. & Holbrook. Give us a call when you want anytucky Republican success this fall. On Investigating bo found that a rat printing. had invaded the box, and, just as ho Dr. A. F. Stanley and Leslie thing done in the line of The mistake of the present administho jaws of a monster Itliciimiillxni Curotl. Myers, Render, gave us a pleasant tration, State and National; the hard approached, clam shut down on tho rodent's tall, Rheumatism is caused by acticacld in times; the burden of taxation In call Tuesday, holding It fast. Tho rat squealed, the blood attacking thefibrous tissues notwithstanding which there Messrs. T. J. and Bun Morton arc tight. of the joints. Keep your blood pure is a deficit, both State and National; but tho clam held it. JjommcutMr. of Chase, anticipating the spending the week with friends nnd and healthy and you will not have the extravagance, negligence and friends who would cry "clam story" relatives at Beaver Dam and Prentls. rheuraatisu.. Sarsaparllla corruption of Hood's State affairs, and the when he would rolato the clrcurn-s&ncBora to the wife of Mr. Dick Ber- gives the blood vitality nnd richness fact that the people arc at last begincalled witnesses and then t. lin, Render, Ky., on the 13th, Inst, a and tones the whole body, neutralizes ning to see their interest; and in the fist about extricating the Tho result was that tho fine lolb boy. Dr. A. F. Stanley at- the acidity of the bloodaud thuscures true light, the adoption ol u rat was released, but got away rheumatism. tending physician. Democratic sound money platform, nkiiius an Inch of tall. which mixes everything and means Hood's Pills are the best Mr. II. P. Taylor returned from Xa bpur or 60 later Mr. Chaso digestion, cures head- .nothing, and placing upon It a thor pills, assist New York Monday, where he had returned to tho warchouso to find oughbred free silver man; the enthutlrtt another during rat had venaccompanied his sister, Miss Mary, ache. siasm and harmony of the Republictured into tho box, and In an who left for an extended tourthrough Election Notice. atWinpt to pull some of tho clams ans, whose convention was the largEurope. Statb op Kbntucky est ever held in Kentucky, and many oufef Mio shell with his forefoot, Mr. J. W. Weaver, of this pl?ce,and County oi Ohio. had 'also been made a prisoner by appearing that a vacaucy has other reasons, make Republican sucIt Miss Julia Higgins, of Madisonviilc, Last fall the tlvj el am shutting down on tho cess almost certain, Tor several hours tho rnmhor. Ind., were married at the home of the been created in the office of Coro- Republicans elected seven out of elevner of Ohio county by the removal pair wero exhibited, bride on July 1. seats, however, on4 from the county of G.C. Westerfield en Congressmen, two then tho rat wns killed. Tacoma Misses Edna Griffin and Corinnc who was elected to that office at the having been awarded to Democrats Ledge. The Cox have returned from an extended November election 1894 and said of- that are now being contested. visit to ftieuds nnd relatives at Louis- fice being now filled by appointment Democratic cause in Kentucky has ville, Elizabethtown and Leitchfield. until the next regular election held lost cround since last fall, and the Republicans are much more favorably Dr. J, E. Pendleton, who has been In aud for said county it is now orderquite sick for several days with bow- ed that a poll be opened at every vot- situated. This being the case, why go Republican el trouble, went to Louisville the ing place in Ohio county, Kentucky, should not the State first of the week to receive treatment at the regular election November 5th, in the coming election?" from a specialist. He has returned 1895 for the election of a coroner to Tho 1'liinuclal Couillllnii, fill out the unexpired term of said G. much improved. No change in the business situation C.eWesterfield, removed and to serve has occurred in the past, two weeks. Mr. Jared Robertson, a highly reuntil His successor is elected and The regular midsummer torpldlcy spected and influential citizen of the .qualified. It Is ordered that the Sher- - continues, and may be relied on to Newvillc community, died at his . Iffof Ohio county be aud he is hereby last three or four weeks longer. This home last Thursday. He had been directed to have a poll opened In ev- is the rule In normal years, and the III only a few hours, having worked ery voting precinct In Ohio county improvement in the quarter which in his meadow the day before. Ky. on the said 5th day of Novemended with June has brought normal Cbas. Blanford has been ber 1895 for the election of a coroner conditions. Hon. The period of business ol as aforesaid. nominated by the Republicans stagnation has ended, and the dullBrcckcnridge county for RepresentaWitness my hand as Judge of the ness In trade now is but the breathing tive. Mr. Blandford is a good, sub- Ohio cojuity court this Inly 18, 1895. spoil preparatory to a new start. stantial farmer and has n large folJohn P. Morton, J. O. C. C. Compared with the situation In the lowing in his county which insures first half of July, 1893 aud 1894, the 1) IIAIlllISTT'M ri.HKY. his election iu November. July 15, Prol. Carl Soper has been present shows a marked advance in Catalogues of Pleasant Ridge High employed to teach the public school all field of activity. From this time School have just been issued front at this place. Mr. Soper Is a bright onward the comparisons of the existTim RarunucAN Job Romus. It is a young man nnd always puts forth his ing conditions with those of 1890, neat piece of work. The school will ablest efforts in nil his undertakings. 1891 and 1892, before the panic was be In charge of Profs. Lee B. Mills and He has attended the Fordsville High in sight, wilt be favorable. The great abundance of money at Silas Griffin who will use? every effort' School a number of terms and Is well HON. HENRY A. DUPONT. of tho to give the people of Pleasant Ridge n equipped for the work,, the financial centers is one of the Jmt before adiournlmr tho republican roomtwra eqwnor Pelawaro jienato. ivm Jleurr A. Duroot to the Untied Slatewftttoy; utg takea to or wo muio, Ug eu good school. ttoctlwi irrwruur, nA .On Saturday night, July 6, some marked features of the time, Thls.ls , Cata-logue. Ken-tunck- y, e, Imprls-ope4raafter-dinnfirmly-attached Mrs. Cal. P. Keown visited relatives Ilnw'a Thin. at Fordsville this week. She was acWe ofler One Hundred Dollars recompanied home by her sister, Miss ward for any case of Catarrh that canElla Roby. not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chcnney &Co., Toledo, O. Prof. Silas Griffin, Zion, Ky., has Wc the undersigned, have known been in town this week. He left for F. J. Chenney for the last isyears and home yesterday evening accompanied more conspicuously true of London even than It Is of New York. The 2 per cent rate, which Is the Dank of England's minimum, has now prevailed in that Institution for n longer time that was ever known before. Call loans to large amounts have recently been made in London at a fourth of 1 per cent. Some seven-da- y loans have also been made nt Hint rate, The bank's stock ol gold has been run up, tof 190, 000,000.1ml Its reserve to $150,000,000, while gold is (lowing In from nit sides. New York's banks nre nlso well supplied with gold, and money is plentilul in thnt center, but the rates have notdropped quite to the Loudon level. Of course this plethora of cash is not a favorable sign. It means mi absence ol urgent demand, nnd this indicates inactivity In trade. But it would be unsafe to base any very rigid judgment regarding theex-teof trade on the amountoithc idle cash. The amount of actual money employed In business transactions decreases steadily, while the volume of money In most countries has n tendency to increase. The employment of checks, drafts, bills of exchange conand the other trivance grows steadily in every civilized country. Fr )m year to yeai and decade to decade the amount of money needed in proportion to population, and business constantly diminishes. These conditions must naturally tend to make money more and more abundant In the countries like the United States In which its volume is Increasing. Thus It drifts to the financial center, where the avenues for, its employment are more numerous, and the rates for Its use are steadily forced t. downward. otdl-naril- y nt Tvrini iiinxnv inn:. (MI.S KDVtlN IMMPIIKLT, Awarded Highest Honors DR; World' Fair. Lin' ur (losli'-nIn thet hg sec them five nue lnt, Henrin' bug itistkl o' blossoms; Sallie Susan, ain't it hotl Jetemlar, Mop thet lodflu', Git to work, nil' thet dum quick, 'Fore pnp sees nn' comes ur humpin' With thet blamed ol' hlck'ry stick. 'Uters Jilt five acres uv them critters Iu them penitentiary pants; Gut to pick 'em every darn one Ur the 'Inters hain't no chance; Miss list one nn' by termnrry He's grnn'pnp uv millions more Wutiner cv there' any buggln' On them other golden shore? A ft Mil 5UJ w " Mister Catbird in the pear tree from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. Laughsnu' laughs, gol dam liisskin, 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. While my back Is almost breakln' It would make n preacher sin Carlisle, and Carlisle is in Nicholas, There, take thet, you sassy rascal, Guess thet clod'll stop your chaff-Th- ere and Nicholasville is in Jessamine he goes, cousarn his picture; county; Leitchfield is in Grayson and Hear the little villain laugh! Grayson is in Carter county; RichBurn 'em, boll 'em, p'ison.mash'em, mond is In Madison, Madisouvllle Is .Still they come like Faro's files; in Hopkins, nnd Hopklnsville Is in i'ilty mourners at the fun'ral Is In Christian county; Manchester Comin' for each one thet dies. Clay nndClay City la In Powell counTalk about your martyrs, Sufferin' by other's crime; ty; Lebanon Is in Mnrion and Marion Whut was thet to be'n a farmboy is in Crittenden county; Frankfort i3 in the tate. buggin' time? In Franklin, and Franklin Is In Simpson, nnd Slmpsonvllle is in Shelby county; Albany Is In Clinton, and Clinton is in Hickman, and Hickman The revival nt the M. E. Church is iu Fulton effunty, Jamestown Is In closed Wednesday night. Russell, and Russcllville is iu Logan Mrs. A.V.Thompson and little sons, county; Georgetown is in Scott, and Robbie nud Daniel, returned to their is iu Allen county; Newhome in Louisville after n few weeks Scottsville port is in Campbell, Campbellsville Is visit to Mrs. O. Stevens. in Taylor and Taylorsville is in SpenMrs. G. N. Rock nnd son, Logan, cer county; Greensburg is in Green, Louisville, nre visiting the Austin Greenville is in Muhlenberg, BowHotifc. ling Green Is In Warren .and Hazel Misses Lottie Barnard and Pansy Frank-fo- it Green i3 in Wolfe county Stevens ate visiting in Louisville. Capital. Miss Nell Austin spent the first of the week in the country with Misses Cry Laura find Bessie Barnes. Miss Sue Monroe, Rosine, is visiting Mrs. J. T. Martin this week and M AX W I.I. I.. will return home Sunday. We nre having nice weather for Miss Bessie Nave, one of Beaver harvesting. Wheat is generally cut. Dam's former girls, arrived Saturday. The steam whistle is beginning to She will spend the remainder of the sound the welcome. Crops are looksummer as a welcome guest in the ing well In this community, homes of her many friends. We have a good little Sunday Mr. H. D. Hunt spent this week School at this place. with his father, Dr. Alex Hunt, of Success to Thk RarUBr.CAN. Huntsville. J. M. Little Miss Hazel Westerfield is itrtimi f nit nlit l'rlcml. spending the week in Hattfonl with Owens Pink mixture is pleasant to Miss Dora E. Gibson, her teacher. take contains no opium or other Mrs, R. R. Paxton, Central City, is poisonous drug and does not check visiting her sister, Mrs. S. P. Taylor. the bowels too suddenly. Children Miss Noka Waddle, Morgantown, love Pink Mixture. Sold by all dealreturned home Thursday after a two ers in 25 and 50 cent bottles. ?ioo 00 weeks visit to Miss Ella Sowders. reward. We will give one hundred Mr. E. II. Patterson, the night dollars reward for a sample bottle of operator, is in Paducah under genuine "Owens Pink Mixture" ot treatment at the hospital. our manufacture that contains Opium Mr. Oscar McKenney.who isspend-In- g Laudanum or any other poisonous the summer nt Rochester, spent drug, Wc also want to know every Saturday, Sunday and Monday at his mother with young children in any home. county of any State, and if you will Prof. E. R. Ray is iu Morgantown cut this out and send with your adthis week. dress, we will send free rubber teethMrs. Eliza Poyner, who has been ing ring and book to mothers, sick for some time, is no better at F. W. Floyd & Co , this writing. Owensboro, Ky. Miss Ella Sowders left y for A KtniMllliK Oircr. South Carrollton, where she will visit There are two methods ot teaching her sister( Mrs. P. E. Hocker. by the "Text Book Mrs. Dr. W. T. McKenney enter-taine- d a few young folks Monday Copying Process,1" the other by 'Tl,e night in honor of Miss Bessie Nave. Patented and Copyrighted System pf Miss May Rogers, Liberty, made Actual Business from the Start." From the first you get the theory; Miss Cliffie Gray a visit this week. Messrs Jesse Bean and Addis from the second you get the practice. Try Our Actual Practice Methods Pate, Hartford, spent Sunday afterfour weeks, then if you prefer the old noon In town. Attyk.. plan of copying printed transactions "Todiscontinuean advertisement," from a Text Book, no charge will be says John Waunamaker, the greatest made for the trial two weeks, and in advertiser in the world, "is like tak-In- g addition we agree to give you a full down your sign. If you want to diploma course iu (tirdo business you must let the public ing the Text Book on know it. Standing advertisements of any author you may name) Absowhen frequently changed, are better lutely Free. and cheaper than reading notices. Remember that the Lexington BusThey look more substantial and iness College is the only school In confidence. I would as soon Lexington, Ky., using thd Practical think of doing business withnutclerks Actual Business System of Instructas without advertisements.' ion. All others use the "Text Book A Iliiliel ol .Vhiiih. The Capital Printing Company has Copying Plan." The above College is one of the just sent out to the county seats of Kentucky something more than six best of its kind in the South. Should'any reader of this paper dehundred thousand assessment blanks The man who acted as shipping clerk sire to attend a Business College it was reminded anew that those who will be to his interest, to see or have occasion to keep track of the write the editor of this paper. names of counties and county seats of paint me 'O, Kentucky, must keep their wits clear " As will heas girlie,tbewaylwant, bonny a and memory green on account of the Or will he paint me an ugly tyke, similarity of names. For Instance: A.nd be d d to Mr. Nerli, But still and on and which ever it is, Owenton is in Owen county and He is a canty Kerlle. is in Bath county; Burling, protect theback ton is in Boone county, and Boone-vill- e The Lord Mr. Nerli." and neck Of honest is Iu Owsley county; McKee Is This, one ol the last verses ever in jacKsou county, and Jackson is in written by Robert Louis Stevenson, is Breathitt county; Elizabethtown is in in reference to the portrait of himself, Hardin county, andllardinsburgis in which is given to the public with his Breckinridge county, West Liberty is verse for the first time in the July Cosin Morgan county, and Morgantown mopolitan. The 'lines might have is In Butler county; Bardwell is iu come from the pen of Burns, and are inimitable In theirwny. Tho portrait was declared by Stevenson himself to be the best ever painted of him. In this same number of The Cosiuopoll-RudyaKipling tells an Indian Story, to which Remington adds charming illustrations; Mrs. Burton Harrison makes a serious study of Now York society In "The Myth of the Four Hundred," and Kate Douglas Wiggin contributes a story of one of the most delightful of Welsh retreats. The Cosmopolitan was with this number reduced to ten cents per copy, and as a consequence, notwithstanding its large edition, It was "out of print" oil the third day of publication. old-tim- e MOST PERFECT MADE. two Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free BEAVER DAM. for Children Pitcher's Castoria. '1 I 11 Book-keepin- g Book-keepi- ng n l rd A " im tut .rfcJrP illiillBiitf elected Cot nvweyvr, pronounew To our FrlrniW. We hope that all who are inlertdtid in helping us to push tut circulation up to what it ofTiin should be, will do what they can In the way of securing subscribers. Call alttntiou to the amount of home news wc publish overy week, and wrlteus short and spicy news Hems irom, your neighborhood. jt 4 . ,,, . f 3 - Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Wot Id's Fair Highest Award. 1 kjSiw-- . GjntMiat SSBm .reJuJLU? -- J.Aiaii4lwfc..'. Xiitfw 'J.-'- t' WSPHdl IMelUllUkHtBitaiail : a. jTJTgjrn M"3fMRPtfi9'l HK -rt Jliirtford Rppublirnn I'riday, July, 19. J95- - TUlil WI513D, What Eomo Eminent Iternry Think of Its Uso. Itukln Ilatrs ol Haitlortl or notiat once to clenr their Mori piemlscs, removing all garbage and cttir-e- Tha .VitfrMo Clllrrm. r riT7 IT . 4A4atVVMIB9CF -- "" - v - nrv is.arr - -- ifflvrrLnr- ..1- - - - gaeoaiooot9ri0noeaBoeooaeaetaftflsi fied to proceed ELLENDALE FAIR. Ivlleudale Is THtt PAIR of the Green River country and the biggest Win, Knplor In Western Kentucky. aims to make it TIIU PAIR of the State. The grounds are situated in theRdon of Daviess county hair n mile from Curdgvillc on Green River and the naturnl beauties of the place have been so enhanced by this years improvements as to make Hllendate as the lovers of Tarattlse pictured by Claude Melnott in the Lady of Lyons. At Rllcndalc everything is new, bright and up to date. A new three-sto- ry hotel, ntwo story floral hall, n large, new poultry building, a new 200ft addition to the Grand Stand, waiting and dressing new office, rooms &c all new, coiiiniodlus and Everything at Ellen, convenient. dale is new and bright without a speck or fly on it. The new half mile regulation race track is thought to be the fastest in Western Kentucky. The peculiar nature of the ground makes it so. Cyclists ay its a daisy. The Floral Hall Is an Immense stiiicturcof twoitorios, well ventilated, well lighted and beautifully dec orated. The inducements offered ladles in it are much greater than at usual fairs. Besides the premium for the best specimen of its class $25 is given to the best display of. each county represented by at least three displays an a $110 Packatd organ is given to the best display in the Hall. The space is free to all and the premiums paid in full. hotel is n large The three-storcommodius and beautiful structure It has every convenience essential to the comfort of guests. The attend.-ant- s will be well trained, attentive nnd obliging and the table will be supplied with the substantial fare of tjje country combined with the deli cacies of the season. Dinners, lunches ' and all seasonable refreshments will be like everything at Ellendale fair and reasonable. In every branch there will be strik ing departures from the old grooves of county fairs in all departments. Send to the secretary Robt. T Smith, lor large and artistic program and scan list for novelties the premium scattered through it and examine the trotting pacing and running races, the ladies' men's and children's bicycle races, the mule, hound, goat, foot and potato and other races. The wheelmen of Ohio county ought to look at the nice list cycle races and the handsome prizes offered. Anyone desiring to enter any of the races can find entry blanks from Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggists, Hartford or address the Secretary. Cheap rates on all railroads in Western Kentucky and excursions from Owensboro to Curdsvillle via the Texas R. R. to Spottsville and from thence by boat to Curdsville. Ads mission 2scts. Tuesday first day being LADIES DAY, ladies and children under fifteen years admitted FREE. Ellendale is new, bright complete no back numbers everything up to date. Ilia Man Who "1'ollutc. tho l'nr Air of tho Morning with CI- gttr Smnbn" Jlmls? Tails an llxperlpnc. offensive material from Mine and to clean all privies, barn yards, pig pens, &c, nnd to put their yards and places in order. This action is taken in view of the i Jew Tho following from Ednulnd YateV "necollectlons" appeared n fow yours ago In a London periodical: Mr. Gladstone "dotosts" tobnecoj Mr. Matthew Arnold "abuses." itj Mr. Ruskiu hates tho man who "pollutes tho pure nlr of tho morning with cigar smoko." But nro wo not consoled for tho nbstlnenco of those great men by tho dovotlon of others of eminence? Thackeray oneo declared that he did not despair to seo n "bishop lolling out of tho Atho-ncuwith a cheroot In his mouth, or at nny rate, n plpo stuck in his shovel hat." Out If wo hnvo not a smoking bishop wo havo n smoking poet lnurcutc (alluding to tho lato Lord Tennyson familiar with tobaccos, all American kinds, "or nny of tho English brands." How did ho tnko tho gentlo weed? At his feet was a box of white clay Filling one of these, ho plpos. smoked until It was empty, broke it in twain and threw tho fragments Into another box prepared for their reception. Then he took another plpo from Us straw or wooden inclosure, filled It nnd destroyed It, as before. For years Prof. Huxley, like Charles Lamb, tolled after tobacco "n. some men after virtue." At a cortalu debuto on smoking he told tho story of his early struggles In a way which utterly put the to confusion. "For forty years of my life," ho snld, "tobacco has been a deadly poison to me. (Loud cheers from the In my youth, us a medical student, I tried to smoke. In vain I At every fresh attempt my lusidlou foe stretched me prostrnto on tho floor. (Repeated cheers). I entered tho navy. Again 1 tried to smoke, and again met with defeat. I hated tobacco. I could almost have lent my support to nny institution that had for Its object tho put ting of tobacco smokers to death. (Vociferous cheering). A few years ago I was in Brittany with some friends. Wo went toon Inn. They began to smoke. They looked very happy, and outside it was very wet and dismal. I thought I would try I Old so. a cigar. (Murmurs). (Grcnt expectations). I smoked thnt clgur It was delicious. (Groans.) From that moment I was a changed man, and I now feel that smoking in moderation is a comfortable and lnudablo practice and is productive of good. (Dismay and confusion of tho Roars of laughter from tho smokers.) There is no more harm in a pipe than thoro is in a cup of tea. You may poison yourself by drinking too much green tea, or kill yourself by eating too many beefsteaks. For my own part I consider that tobacco In moderation is a sweetener and equalizer of tho temper." m dangerously dlrtynnd condition of many parts of Hartford nt this time. Nothing but nil immediate and thorough cleaning of the premises of our citizens can prevent widespread and fatal sickness among our people. We, the undersigned Board ol Health, have been directed to make carelul inspections of the condition of each household In Hartford nnd to make reports pi their condition by the 20th of July. We trust the citizens will appreciate the situation nnd proceed nt once todo the necessary --'leaning. Lime nnd carbolic acid should be used in plenty about every damp and noisome locality. Very Resp'y, disease-producing for infants nnd Children. (M nt jWJ fl T B OTH E RS, Do You Know Because there vns no place like home where they used The Cam Back J J i . s v thCO latttmairs Iitojw, Omlfrry'. Cordial, many aooillsil ttootliltur Pytii, most rtmcdle. for chlUlrctt ar conipowl of opim or tmpliliic? nltlM.it tabtUue tkm polsona t Ho Von Know that opium .ml inorililnctlifjlHg imtretk Do Von Know that In moat rouultta ilriigcistsare list irmlUel ltn? tewltnaratllix Liair 2 i faftPtvJ Soap csuivu-'ttN- Wo Von Know that you alwuM net unlaw you or your phyakUn know of vrlrtt II Is Ita eeiwl I trlt any niedldno to t eln your thlkt Iht of Ingrtdtait. ts rmtliah1 with wry lin Vnu Know that C.ttotla l n pordy vrgttalile jit paratlun, ami that Von Know that Caatorta U the prMtrtpl''! " " !r. ftaroul Mtttitr. That It 1H In uae for ucarly thirty ytnra, ami that more CRatwb la Mir mM than of all etbtr rtnwdlta for chlklmi rontblnnt f lo ltll t bn ' I This Great Soap tnakes home, home indeed. Keeps g everything clean. Keeps the housewife and everybody g 2 lumpy. Try it Sold everywhere. Made only by (g 1 ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocx9aoHeooo nt Pi. r. rMiritJMPm H.Lol. o fS E. PliNM.HTON, J. T. MlttHR, J. S. MonTON. JNO. Ho Von Know etanr toaatttaa, 1mv " C.THtorla " lhal the Office nrnnttmnit of the tlntttd WatM, .n,t f Issued mtiHlrc right ta Dr. rttthtr ami hta avJfin la use the want and its formula, and that to Imitate them U a state prison eftVnter prelection At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee of the Cotton States nnd International Exposition, a resolution was passed directing the architect to prepare plans for an annex to Machinery Hall. This is made necessary by the fact that the great 111 in ufacturing States of New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut have recently asked for large space in which to make exhibits, consisting mainly of machinery c f finest kind. Von Know tlwt one of the reasons for granting this government was heauMCatlMla had tieen proven to be ntNolltcl.viilrin1ciiiT cdlllH, orouoemt a dose? Io Ho Von Know thai 33 average iIm of Castettate furnished fr 35 Von Know that when possessed ofthl perfect preparation, yourcblklteu may he kept vwll, Mat that you may hare unbroken rest ? Iq mMMWrniMM fjl Well. tlitMjg tlilngw are worth knowing. They ate facts. The Ihc. Hlgntit urcof OiaTUiC In on every wrapper. - IBPIfiwiiilP f il j Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. iRaiSSBgragmzxaav Notwithstanding the fact that the Kentucky Democracy has endorsed President Cleveland it is noticeable that that gentleman keeps on fishing How are peoplegolng to know why they should trade with you it you don't tell it through This RurunucAN. WeanMlie Unrest exnortpr of drlM irult In the world, ami the larirMt rrcrlTtra and nhlppera of Ntli irrwii ami dried applea lit tfio Mate and pet the hijMimt market price. Alt we auk in a trial fcti.timtnt to imvn tlicso fat is. HtrnclH Kent free on nntillratljif. Write uh fur further information nnd fchlti vour rood, to lieadnuarterit. We handle anv inirijc in inc grain or prvaucv line ainciiy on commission HERNDON-CARTER GREEN APPLES! DRIED APPLES!; CO., ico-por.tc- d. Louisville, Ky.' Large Wall Paper. Latest At Factory Prices. VARiKTy, Styixs, "Bread is the Staff of Itife," uVifnSoL tjpntpri hv Best qual. , without gold 6c to 8c per R' Gold Paper . . . . Sc to 10c per Roll Finest embosseilPapensc to 30 perR'll E. R. BASSIvTT. E.O.V.6m 642 Fourth Ave I.oiiisvile,Ky. Kirend 6 cts in stamps lor samples Ballard's Obelisk gfe X3Wi-aysEll3i- WsfriTtKsoLN Condensed News, Stories, Miscellany, Women's Department, Children's Department, Agricultural Department, Political Department, Answer to Correspondents, Editorials, Everything, BEST a The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. hi 1 1. THE . tHt'V.ji.hj, Bt jaR" fe. "St" "JA I Leased for 0,000 Years. Tho most curious legal document on fllo among the court records of America is a leaso for 9,999 years, which may be found transcribed in tho Hebron (Conn.) land records, vol. ix, pajro 2C4. On May 25. 1795. according to tho nbovc record, tho trustees of tho "Society for theProp-agatio- n of tho Gospel in Foreign Parts" leased thirty acres of land near tho abovo named plnco to ono S. W. Chaso and his heirs "during tho full term therein stated, viz.: 9,999 years." The tenuro Is held on condition that tho snld "Chaso or his legal WILL BE FOUND IN THE Weekly A ten-pag- Courier-Journ- al eight-column Democratic Newspaper. HENRYWAT- TERSON. Editor. PRICE, $1.00 A YEAR. OBTAIN A IMTENTt For a anawer and an honet opinion, write to CO.. wno have bid nearly nhrrriirs' experience In tb patent butinens. Cooomunica-tloninrtrconfident lal. A Hnnilboolc of In formation coneemlrur lntrnta and bow to ob tain tbem lent free Alto a catalogue of oecbau leal and tdentlOo booki wnt free. 1'atonta taken tbruueh J.luon A Co. receive medal notice in tha SflentlHc Atnerlrnn.and tbaa aro brought widely betnretbe public witb out coat to the Inventor. Thta id end id paper, tueUweelilr.el(azitlrUlnatratel. ban by fail he recicnt.Be work in ta larvoai nrraiaiion oi world. l.I a vear. trample rohlee sent tree llnUdinv Million, mortblr. WA)a year, tflncls comas, 'J.? cent. Krery number contain beau ilful ptatea. in color, and photrvtrapba of new howea. wltb plana, enabiimr buMdcia to ahow tbe ecureromTarta fcAaarea iaiei aesintaafKi Mew Yuuk. AiUnn I & CU. atJl llJOlUWAT. W CAIY 1 ' CAVtAUItlfiULMAKKS? COPYRIGHTS, lf AND TT-a-anLoe-HARTFORD t WW . siii, 1I'N& HflBTFORO REPUBLICAN ONE YEAR 1-2- 5 lira- - TAgTELElll Iliin'l .Slop Tnltnrrn, How UstNO Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Every family in Ohio county, should send to Williams& Bell, Hartford, or to the drug store in your own town aud get a bottle of "Fibri-line- " Tastless Quinine. only 25 cts and is the best thing on earth for children or any one else who enn't take bitter Quiuine. Ilrpiilillriiu Con trillion, A delegate county convention is called to meet in Hartford, Ky. at the court house, Monday, July 22, 1895 at 1 o'clock to nominate a Republican candidate for Representative from Onio ccunty, in the next session of the General Assembley of the commonwealth of Ky, It is ordered that on Saturdayjuly 20. 1895 conventions be held in each voting precinct in Ohio county to select delegates to the convention called for July 22. Each precinct shall have, in the county convention one vote for each twenty-fiv- e votes, cast in such pre-fo- r John W. Lewis nt the No'vember 1894 election, and one for each fraction of such vote over twelve. Said precinct conventions are called to meet at two o'clock p 111. The East and West Hartford precincts shall be held together. The two Pordsville precincts shall hold convention as one precinct. The voters in the Olaton precinct will vote in precinct conventions held in in which they voted at the Nov. . 1894 election. The following Is the vote each precinct will have in the county conven- It will cost heirs shall pay to John Sutton and J. T. Peters, church wardens of said socloty, or 'their successors in office, one grain of pure silver or other silver, gold equivalent (if demanded), on St. John's day of each ensuing year." There arc many curious nnd whimsical tenures held In Great Britain, Franco and Germany, but it is doubtful If tho records of America can produce anything equal to this long-liveland lease, which will not terminate until after tho lapso of 9,899 years from tho 25th of May. St. Louis Republic. d The Weekly Courier-Journmakes very liberal terms .to agents. Sample copies of the paper nnd PremiumSup-plemen- t sent free to any addiess. Courwr-Journai. Co. , Write to Louisville, Ky. The Hartford RnrunucAN and the will be sent Weekly Courier-JournAddress to any address for $1.75. Tun RErunucAN, Hartford, Ky. al THE LOUISVILLE WEEKLY COMMERCIAL ftree to readers of this paper. Any one sending in a subscription to this paper for one year, accompan-e- d by $1.25, the regular price of Tins RKi'unucAN, will be sent free of charge for one year a copy of The Louisville Weekly Commercial a large paper, filled with more news than any other metropolitan weekly. Absolutely correct market reports. You can get a tree sample copy of The Weekly Commercial by sending your name to that paper. Advising the Pastor. A young lady organist In n church was captivated with the young pastor of a church In tho next street, nnd was delighted to hear one week that by exchango ho was to preach tho next Sunday in her own church. Jhe organ was pumped by an obstreperous old sexton, who would often stop when he thought tho organ voluntary hud lasted long enough. This day tho orgunlst was anxious that all should go well, and ns tho servico wns about to begin sho wroto n note intended solely for the sexton's eye. He took It, and, In spite of hor ngonized beckonings, carried It straight to the preacher. What was that gentleman's astonishment when ho read: "Oblige mo this morning by blowing away until I give you a signal to stop. Miss Allen." Mon- Send in yoar money and GET TWO PAPERS pre-cin- ts treal Star. FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. tion, Hartford Beaver Dam Sulphur Springs Cool Springs McIIenry Horse Branch Pordsville , Actuavllle Cenlettown Small Uouw Hockport . . Wosine Cromwell Beda Select Shreve Magan Buford , . . . .- . Address orders to Tim Rrjrum.iCAH, Betita Knew. Hartford, Ky. Tho othor day nt the Teachers' association n clnss of children, ages Good Reading Free. from flvo to nine years, were giving 8 an exorelso In phonies. The teacher Besides giving our patrons one of .5 had received correct onswors to dethe best papers in the State, we have 7 scriptions uho had given of trees, made arrangements by which we will 2 woods, etc., and then thought sho send either one of the following papers together with Tun RnrunucAN would defecrlbo n brook. 5 named. Remember when "What do we find running-throug- for the price for Thk UurunucAN nnd 5 you pay up tho woods, moving sllontly one year in advance you are entitled 10 on tho ground, with but llttlo to one of these papers nt the price . 2 named: ( noise?" sho asked. For a long time tho llttlo ones New York Weekly Tribune , . $1.25 2 woro quiet and thou a llttlo hand Louisville WccklyCommercial . 1.25 . 5 wag raised. Home and Farm 1.25 7 "Well, Hossle, what Is tho . , , . 1.7s 6 tho teacher questioned, smil- Weekly Courier-Journ4 3 ingly. "Trumps," ono. 3 out the little N. Y. Advcrtlsor. piped Literally True. f : Cosmopolitan Magazine , , . Commercial Appeal Address all orders to Tup. RurunucAN, 2.25 1.30 Bnttlctt i t Heflin 3 By order of the County Pxwutive Committee, It. D. Guffy, CliWit. " W. A. Gibson, Sec'y. Hartford, June 8th 1895. .... 3 Kf,t Mrs. Housor How daro you kiss th6 Borvnut girl before- me? Ilousor Kxcuso mo. I liavo been kissing you oil and 011 for soveral years. I have just begun with hor, I didn't kiss her before you, Phllo - Hartford, Ky. ,Tob work neatly delplila Inquirer. nnd cheaply execut- bd nt this office. on a man until his nervous system is seriously effected, imparing health, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is to severe a shock to the sys tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, becomes a stimulant that his system a continually craves. scientific cure for the tobacco habit in all its forms, carefully comjiound-c- d after the formula of an eminent IS JUST AS GOOD TOR ADULTS. Berlin Physician used it in WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cto. his private practicewho has 1872, withsince OAi in ,. Ills., Kot.1, 1S33. out a failure, purely vegetable and rarlflVedlclnoCn., tt IuU,Mo. (lentleawni Ve auld lirvyear, 000 bottles of You rillOVEd TseTHI.KWS CHILI 1YVNIC and b&TO guaranteed pettcctly harmless. poutiuitoree eioeauirvony inwi year. inauovrex can use all the tobacco you want, 21 years, in tl.u bustuees, tola lriouce oianurtlclothatMae lirua ualTOfialaaUa while taking auH never hU it will notiMiction bj vtaur Tonic. agunuuiy, Au.sar, cahs ACO. fy you when tostop. Wegivca written guarantee to permanently cure Tor mile hy Wlflli.ii.it Ilell.lCnrlford any case with three boxes, or refund . the money with 10 per cent, interest. 757-is not a substitute, but a Hartford, scicntifiic cure, that cures without the aid of will power and with 110 inconvenience. It leaves the system ns pure and free from nicotine ns the day you took your first chew or Sold by all druggists, with Will draw ( rails from a nice, neat smoke. cozy cottage u to a fine two story our ironclad guarantee, nt $1.00 per ho uso. Will draw plans ireo of box, three boxes, (thirty days treatcharge Will make careful estimates ment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon SKND SIX of price. on all kimla oi huildingi, ami remoiN .STAMPS Motto "Live and BOOKLUT AND FOR SAPLK BOX, al old Iiouaea. PROOFS FRI5E. let live." Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing Company, Manufacturing Chemists, NOTICE, a Crosse, Wisconsin. 2S.26L I wamt arerr man and woman In tho UnltM Stttos InUraawd In tbe Opium and. Whisky babltt to lian ob. of my liooki on these dls lluynti Willi! to Ntop Tiiliario. iioss. Mdrau II. M.betTuolloy, Atlanta, Ua, llo x MS, aud oae will You can be cured whileusiug it: tnt yor. (rco. The habit of using tobacco grows on n I. ml Ic. ill lilts a man until grave diseased conditions We oflr uo apology in placing are produced. Tobacco causes cancer you "Tbe Ladies Sate Protect- of the mouth and stomach, dyspepor," it in atianlutely reliable, easily sia, loss of memory, nervous affections, adjusted, doe not hccoino misplaced congestion of the retina, and wasting Can be worn of the optic nerve, resulting in imand insures protection. when detircd without observation or pairment of vision, even to the extent knowledge of another and prevents of blindness; dizziness, or vertigo; todisagreahlu annoyances under rer bacco asthma, nightly suffocation, tain oouditiom. If you use it once aim pam 111 region ot the Heart, folyou will never be without it. Jt is lowed later by sharp pains, palpitafnitlil'iir,ale and reliable friend when- tion and weakened pulse, resulting in fatal heatt disease. It also cures loss ever needed by perial circumstances of vitality. use. It ia an nrticlo itn quit iiKi'onn it is too i.atk. woman should keep ready tor im To quit suddenly is too severe a modialo use. It ii simple to uto, and shock to the systcrm, ns tobacco to iiiipires confidence to the woman us an inveterate users becomes a stiiuu- ing it, It is reliable and scientifically lant that his Bystcm continually made, insure, protection without in- craves. "Bacocuro" is a scientific jury to health, and any good physi-oi- and reliable vegetable remedy, guari would say. We aro of the opin- anteed to be harmless, and which ion that no article haseverbeen mado has been in use for the list 23 years, which will give us muoli satisfaction having cured thousands of liabitual to the women to to day an "The La- tobacco users smokers, chewcrs and dies' Safe Protector.'' The immenso f null dippers. You can the talceot.this artiole is a substantial want while use all "Jlncotobacco you taking euro." It Do not will notify you indoreemcnt of our claim. when to stop. We therefore experiment fith any oftlio give a written guarantee to perma numerous unreliable nrlioloe, as it is mently cure nny case with three bos-eboth dangerous to health and expenor refund the money with 10 per. sive lo do st. Huch expeiimenting cent, interest. ' only result in lost) of time, can "Bacocuro" is not n substitute.but Ladios a reliable and scientific cute which uutl dismal failure. should remember tide beforo ordering absolutely destroys the craving for other goods and not waste their time tobacco without the aid ol will power nnd money on inferior articles. Tho and with 110 Inconvenience. It leaves beat is always the ohwpett. "The the system ns pure and free from nicLadies' 8fe' Protector" is sold under otine, as the day when you took your a positive guarantee for use for one firot chew or smoke. Sold by nil one year, with lull directions nnd it three boxes, druggists, ot$! per box, ont sealed in plain wrapper upon re. nnd guaranteed(thirty days treatment cure,) $2.50, or tent ceipt of express money order for $2.00 direct upon receipt of price. Send 0 three for 15.00. D not wait but or- two cent stamps for sample box, Uure-k- a Address, TjlR La der at nnci Chemical & Manufacturing CitoeBi.Hi'EUAi.TY Co.. La'XJrosso, Manufacturing Chemist, La Wisconsin, 48.1 yr. Wis. lyr Baco-CuroisBaco-Cur- to Curb Youksklf Wiiilk It. The tobacco habit grows REPUBLKGAN, DElisvx-roara- L, Sty. Write your name and address on a postal card, send It to Geo. W. Rest, Room 2, Tribune Iluildlng, New York City, ami sample copy or TUB NEW YORK WIJUKLY TRIHUtflJ will be nulled to you. IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP and don't be .mpaactl tipou l,y buying a remedy that requires you to do so; as it is nothing more than a s'llwtittite. In theud-de- n stopimgc of tobacco yon tnuvt have tome stimulant and in most all cases, the effect ' f the stimulant, be it opium, morphlna or other (ipii.tep, leaves n .ar worse habit eotii Ask joordtuggist tincttd. It is nltit BACOCURO. You do pmely vegetable. rot have to stop Using tobac-- o . vi'h It will Your sys notny you when to slop uml your desire lor tobacco will ceaw. tem will be as tree from nicotine as the day before you took yom first chew or smoke. An Iron-clawritten guaratec to absolutely cure the tobacco habit in all its forms, or money tefunded. Price Jti.ouper bo or 3 boxes (30 days treatment and guaranteed cute,) foe $2 50 for sale by all druggist SKND SIX TWO CRNT or will be sent by mail upon receipt of price. STOP DON'T 33. 3L.XJ03E3, Baco-Cur- o TOBACCO Office ol UACO-CUKO- TWO-CRN- T STAPS 1'OR SAMPI.H UOX. Hooklets nnd prools free. Hurcka Chemical & M'l'g Co., U Cns, Wis. rrt he-fo- TIIU PIONIJI5R PRRSS COPMANY.'c. W. Horsick. Suj.t. St. Paul. Minn., Sept. 7, 1894. Rurcka Chemical and M'Pg Co., I.a Cross, Wis. Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend lor many ye.us, nnd durinir the jiast two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told tne I I tittd tin must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, at least. ''Kccley Cure," various other rcmcdies.but without success, until I accidentally learned of your "Raco-Curo.Three weekd ago I consider myself I commenced using your preparation, ntid completely cured; I nm in perfect health, nnd the horrible craving for tolxic-chas coiuplelely left me, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, I consider your "Daco-Cursimply wonderful, and can fully recommend it. C. v. HoitmcK. Yours very truly, d " to-d- ay o, o" 4 a ov-o- ry al s, distip-pointiu- Com-Plin- j; 1 30 a 111 7 07 p m Rock Haven it 47a tu 7 14 P in Willowdale . n S3 a m 7 21 pm Griffith, 11 14 p m 1223 p in 12 02 p m 7 30 p 111 Howard . . Stanley II 18 pin 12 27 pin West Point . 12 05 p in 7 35 pni Wotthington . n 25 p in 12 35 p m 12 45 p m 8 15 pm Kv. Street . 11 33 P ' Reads. 1 00 11 m 8 30 ti m 53 P n Ar. U. Louisville Spottsville . , II 45 P H. C. Monouu, G. P. A., Baskctts , . . 1153pm 59Pm Louisville, Ky Ar. Henderson ii.spm 1 I.OUIH itTK.V, 11.11 WKST ROUND daily - daily. 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