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OFFICIAL HAVE YOV PAID H I OMAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Will show how you Btnnd with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoydnrln Advance and wo will aond you The Louisville TI11S TAG wooKiy commaroinl ono year jbsorlbo nt once. froo. VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1895. BABIES ANB loltkeOweni Pink Mixture. NO. 52. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PltOFHSSJONAL CARD. In i If yVAviiAM drug la ;Pof tf IX CHILDREN LOVE lo sleep, for there li no opium er other poli.nout 11WENS PINK MIXTURE It haifcttn used In lha practice of famous physician for over ten years for TcetMnff and Summer Com fdalnt. No mother should be without I second summer. suppoit him anyway so that he had bet-ti- r WOtief. OF INFLUENCE. be consistent nnd hold what friends he has In the country, and especially Somo of tho Washington Jo Blackburn who is much stronger in Loaders who aro the country than Hardin or the ticket. The Republicans have declared themselves so plainly and forcibly on the currency question that Col. Bradley has nothing to explain or "ellmU nate" from his platform or his own position. The fight is a well defined issue and on these issues the Democratic party is split wide open, In Louisville the Democratic leads ers are quarrelling among themselves nnd the two factions nre irreconcilable. The Central Committee- - Is now in the hands of a small clique of parlor politicians nnd corporation agents' whose only bright idea so far has been to get a colored organ-crati- c organisation nnd thus .give up the old time scare crow of "Negro Highest of all in Leavening Tower. So-olo- ty Notod ior gacity. Sa- means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result frotnv trifling ailments neglected. Don t play with Nature s greatest gift health. Health 25C. AND 60C. BOTTIKS. AU DDAUR5. BOOK HIED. F. W. FLOYD & CO., Owemboro, Kr. DEMOCRATIC WAR. Brown's ron If ou art feeling oulof tottl.WCIK mid centrally nervous. him no appetite" and can't work, J IKlll .1 DDEQIIK higthc roost retla Lie The Leaders say Hardin Must Stand by the Platform And Repudiate Jo Black- e, Bitters ' tttm't ttdlM tour ttitk. and It 'a pleasant la take. inedlclne.Mrhlehis Brown's Iron Bit. A few bol- Il.a cure benefit cornea from the ery first doseff ttciitlitiilii( (tit. burn and the Free Silver Men. "Tho Lord and Grovor Merciful to us Slnnors." Miliar (ri lereiptof twoac .tampevre 'will send Ml of Ten Ileautliul World' P-- Kidney and Liver Troubles, 'Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Get only file Pruiiln. It ti. erA..d A llueacn the wrai iter Another, .te.uh. Vt.ui mn.l knnb.l... (tftYAU rurUirn fn RiiTiunDr tin l- Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, It Cures Domination." Nothing now can save Watt Hardin but Republican blunders and the Re-- . bo publicans are not going to make anylblundets. We are going to have a look at the books at Franfort. No newspaper is published especially for one person. People who become greatly displeased with something they find iua newspaper should remember that the very thing that displeases them is exactly the thing that will most please some one that has just as much interest in the paper as they have It takes all 'kinds of people to make a world, and the patrons of n newspaper nre made up of the elements of the world. A man may have n dislike for tobacco, but he is not foolish enough to complain to his groceryman because he keeps it for those who do want it, and the man who finds something in a newspaper he docs not like, is not obliged to read it or in any way be influenced by it. iAcvAAvi V Louisville, Kv., July 20, '95. For nearly two weeks the Democrat' ic papers of Louisville shook hands with thousands nnd glorified over the fact that they had converted the party to the financial policy of Cleveland and Carlisle. They told their readers how Jo Blackburn and Procter Knott andjolin S. Rhea and Gov. Brown and Urey Woodson and all the rest of the Free Silver Democrats had been burled out of sight. But nominee P. Watt Hardin remained strangely silent, and finally when he came here he refused to put on the cuckoo collar and declare that he had been a financial fool right up to the convention; that his friends were "cranks" ond "traitors," and that henceforth he would declare that Grover and Carlisle are the only statesmen and financiers in the country. Then old-tim- e lEUSKEVEfi Ui OINTMENT (CURES' NOTHING BUT PILES.! I and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 yonrsns tho BEST REMEDY for PILES.) A SURE KOT.11 IimrtiirHniilECOl! IIV Al.r. IIUlOalKTH. UID CO.. ST. MTO. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. . . lt' all AUerllntiir, There must be a good many interesting things about your store that people would be glad to read, and that your local paper, particularly ifyou are a regular advertiser, ought to be willing to print. Now there is some amusing interesting incidents occurring in n. store every lew days. You tell It nt home and they enjoy it; you tell your friends about it and they think it's very good. Write it up nnd put in the paper. Or you're doing something new nt your store, making some improvements, fixing the walk in front, relettering your sign; put that among the local items in the paper. It's a good piece of news, it ought to cost you nothing to put it there, and it's just so much advertising. Cultivate the local reporter, the man who knocks about town for items. He is probably huugry for items; he has got that column to fill and he'll look upon you as a friend if you'll help him fill it. If you're not very skillful in composition yourself, give him the facts and let him write up the little story, and ask him at the same time how he likes such and such a cigar, passing him out a good one. And if you ve got anything be. hind the soda water counter that's pretty good to drink give him proof of it. These little attentions touch the susceptable heart of the newspaper man, who is probably working for fifteen dollars n week, and may not be too sure of getting that. See U you can't figure in the per soual column with more or less frequency, not ns a matter of persona' gratification, but simply as a matter of pure, undaulterated business. If you're elected secretary of the Bucks County Pharmaceutical Society put it in all the papers. It's news for the public, and advertising for you. The Spatula. - - ."' ir - Chairman Iong, the guardian of the Central Committee Ch&vptakf Onio an Southwistern ?. ft. and booty, agreed on a "compromise by whit.lt the Democratic speakers should say nothing about the currenBCTWCErl Mr, Harden agreed to cy question. this and the Democratic papers, for LOUISVILLE several days approved the scheme, AND but business men of both parties raised such a protest against the "compromise" that the newspapers finally v ALSO abandoned it, and when Blackburn FROM AND TO and Rhea" came to the "harmony CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE. meeting" at the Watterson Club, and refused to be muzzled, the bosses took Uo sotpureluac n Ticket ' NORTH, water, nnd Chairman Long hastened EAST. SOUTH OR WEST to deny that the caudidates and manUntil you Uave oatwultnl an Agwt of tlic agers had even formally decided to c6 O. W. "eliminate" the currency Issue, although he had himself told the papers I1MITH11 TRAUta, to publish the statement. And imI'l'IJJIAN BOt'PKT SUMkTHRS, mediately after the terrible wrangle in UOUMUr XQIJIPMHNT. the Central Committee, which came T. Jl. I.YNCII, JOHN UC1T0U3, near ending in n free light, the silver OAN. Man. GIN. PASS. AC1T. men broke away and began their leuMlviu... KY. campaign independently of the bosses. And now the Democratic papers fiie Lexington have thrown aside all pretentions of p irty harmouy.aud are declaring war Business College. upon all those who refuse to be bound (INCORPORATED by the order of the "great Secretary," and with sackcloth and ashes on their backs and dust in their mouths, to rrv: "The Lord and Grover be merciful to us sinners!" They say Harden must stand by the Gold Bugs and repudiate Blackburn and the free silver men to whom he owes his nomlnrtion, and put himself in the hands of the very men who packed the convention against him and But tried to prevent his nomination. so far the nominee has not" uttered a sylable showing where he stinds. lie is like the little colored boy who wore his suspenders crossed in front so that his old father declared lint he "couldn't tell whether he was a 'c u THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, or a goln'. " If he sticl 8 t his Hitfi M" Mat .1. fr Jf Cutltg Hfffhfttl Ofttclnt I.tiUorat'inrnt, the 4Jor old policy of free silver, the city paCoDirouriwuttUilj, ii rrvklilrnt rriwr of th CuIH'Ko. Mitt iNwrelnivr mid of rh Htau money" or th TrvicvTnlditliitf Us Wur1ty Trust and nafety pers and the it nt r nv iu unty rr;tnt4H;NiKn niulviuuit of ureMfni men of the city will all go against vvi umk HJtlurl' it BirgrKttle liuuUrcd uiilrMii-t( tier thtiutHfin f doI4urtVcuiv annum UmHni pro him; and if he goes back on the free uf lite MKrKm.YCKJi. f , iei 1, himI t'UBlqeBH men who are it a (tiend silver men and agrees to denounce il 1'itruDR N;tfni of urfuul, iruelletil H.tttnoM Instriirllou unud lit tmry depart Blackburn as a traitor for standing m Mllitfutial t bvftnj tttlitrr idan, tt n iik nn iiMiui:r AVAmN. Ail utuit eia," atHold and llrtinw Mwlnlxmitl by what they both said bclore the tttiMirst iTeinlunif J) nlo'nnti tlt Inlrrnullotinl Slid Convention, the free silver men will lho 8jliin of Vlulr l.snnWltlii. IlentJ Hl(Urpplifr utcd In tbla1 lIlfi;e. practical beat the State ticket. Thesilver men or faltwliifuw lFrturtiiiiil. )era tat iter! norotintant, i iiittrlprto) generally say that they would rather Aioiti.it'.s iiiciUKrr au iii laVHIIIAPf lS3lOMTIO. to " Aim rlcan Hjt-tvote for a straight out sound money s. Hhorthand," taught In tliU (illrfff. and iU IIIuIimIv Kutloraftuif'iit In llir Worlil man like Col. Bradley thau to vote to lli Iftftd o( oor HIiortliHiid Dvparf inent tan ranortrrt, from ih auiiiura of thli alcot TEI.HUUArilV. n.uierliitriidviit uufiir for a "turncoat." ItollHuy mid Tttlctfroi'li fij mtvui Uix record of II yaara itractkul eipi'iloure, from Night h But Hardin would be very foolish rain Din pate Uteratr to Mel In America. Iter, with by larvsnt Tni'ik Mii"n l.mlon! alii lMnpniotiar. RupvrintemlcntH, Opcmi i. to gd back on the silver men in the air) S Ut Mi ndh uy mid iclpgraidi compatilva, stage in the game. iltv World ownlntc and 1lt Only ft 'ftoul Iti liullwuy fur ti ritrth, of a tmt'iu tit.' (iiuluatM Hyitem directthe country at this pur pun to go to tit The city Democrats aredisgustcd with n ffO(id rMiHtn-ti icifcul upra(nrs WB1IMI1V11V4I. BKhTKlCriON In all the policy of the candiAn djmrtrnfHln. any Vlnmt lvuru. rourifl. l'nmanih1n. llualneia rnain with Commercial Law, Commtrclal date and his platform, aud will not orrtapou4ue, IthlTKl nun biihuiiik. .MMIT1II7IN- .- "Our Jurnulre l'Uii," alaatlt fFtM. WfltJt fnP It. iimiM urilitv. will avo vou manev. Wrlto ABOVE ALL OTHERS, for InitruflHom. 8?S.00U.0U IJiiarmtlrci tbat ouc (Jplltgo la aa rfjiravntpd, or inony rt ,'!. fnDJtil. lUiL.mxr, Dr. PJerce'a Qoldtn Medical Dincovcry, In rery dUeoM o uhu.'irrvoted and JuuiUlifd by uj, tu intet lliu MEMPHIS. Special to Tin? Rnruiif.ie.vtf. During' the hot weather season it Is generally supposed that the social centers shift from the hrne cities to the various resorts on the seaside and In the mountains where the wealthy nnd fashionable congregate. It is true that the social functions, especially in their more? elaborate forms, cease to be a feature, of Hie in the' cities during the summer season. It is also true that many of the persona prominent in eo9fety at this time leave their city homes aud seek places where the temperature is not quite so high as it is in the large cities. Washington Is no exception to this rule. At the same time it is a mistake to suppose that all the women who are shining lights in society during the winter season leave their homes here and go to the fashionable resorts. This, no doubt, is ihe idea of those who herald the coming of the new woman, and look upon this sex especially from the standpoint of the look ol political equality as mere butterflies of fashion, whose only function is to look pretty and be gracious on social occasions. But this is merely a supernatural view. The leaders of society, especially those in the city, have something more to do than Ho be ornamental. They are all that, but in addition they are women of affairs. They keep posted on events of current Interest, especially those in the political world. In many cases they are influential forces, the power behind the political checker board, yet it is largely on their ndvice that the moves are made. The influence oi the female sex at the headquarters of the Army and Navy is well known. To nn extent that is only appreciated by those who are in a position to know, it is a woman's brain that dictates the controlling the command of our war ships, nnd the detail of officers at the various Army posts. Some of our publ ic men find in their wives astute advisors, and in many cases rs OWKNSUORO, KY. Will practice hie proleioii in JJuvices and adjoining countlci. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jim, N. LAWYER, fJlenii, .1. N.ll. VtVitilliiff, ' Those drcd members or fraction thereof. who expect to attend should send their nam'-- s before August 10 to K. C. Baldwin, at Lexington, so that homes may be provided. TRANSrORTATlON. A PEKHYHILE "DEIBMYKBAT" Gives his Views About LAWYERS, HAUTFOIID, KY. (Office, orer Anderaon'a lhuaar.) GLENN & WEDDING. the "Demrnykrat" Ring. The railroads of the State have granted u rate oi one fareforthe round trip on presentation of proper ceitlfi-catewhich may be secured Irom county officers or from Miss Mamie F. Huber, State Secretary, nt Louisville. TIIR rrtOGRAM. s, Says the Pennyrile Dis- Will practice their profession in ol. the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, aud court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. trict Will go Re- publican. J"arta3 at -- . S'm.Itii, RlNOVltUJ, PUNMYRILtt Co Kv., Grand Chief of the Frankfort Ring, A more attractive, practical proDear Sir: I vc bin votin'the dimmy-crgram has never been presented to the ticket an' holdin' ole Pennyrile S.S, workers of Kentucky. It fairly in Hue for nigh onto 30 years, an' bristles with good things. Pastors never questioned my suspicions be nnd superintendents will have a joint fore, but the way you fellows managconference, and for discused the State Convenshun do beat the sion are such as to awaken thought Jews. Not puttin' in free silver jist and arouse to action. The Home ruints everything in ole pennyrile. Class Department and Normal Work Thar hot down here as kien pepper, will be ably presented. S. S. Work lots of church members dun lost ther in the Mountains of Kentucky is the religon cussin' 'bout it. We'r goin' topic ol an address which will reveal to need votes and need 'em bad, an' many interesting facts, A man a free silver platform would' vebrought in touch with the subject will 'em in like free dinner at barbecue, a Speak upon work among the colored an' the so menny men if tlta've bin people. And not least among the votin' the demmycrat ticket fur all good things will be the Primary these year an' don't know what demwhich will benefit all who mycrat platforms is made had s thor-ofcgh- ly PRIY square M. L. JT I Af - JIAltTl'OItll, KY. Will practice bis profession in Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appenls. Special attention given tOffice cast sido of pul li collections. Heavrin. HEAVRIN Sitnuiv Taylor. & TAYLOR, Kttorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. attend. TUB SPEAKERS. Great care has been taken in the selection of speakers. The following have consented to take part in the program: Mr. Alfred Day, of Toronto, Supt. of Ontario S. S. Ass'n.;Rev. A. L. Phillips of Tuscaloosa, Ala. ; Miss Juliet E. Dimock, Supt. of Primary work in New Jersey; Mr. Win. Reynolds,Intcruat!onal Field Worker, Those of our own State are Rev. J. L. . O. S. R. R. McKee, D. D., Danville; Rev. R. H. Crossfield, Glasgow; W, J. Rowlett, Henderson; Rev. J. J. Dickey, Jackson; Prof. C. A. Leonard, Cynthlatn; Geo. B. Jennings, Newport; Rev. W. E. Stanford; Dr. W. R. Ruble, May-fielJ. L Arusden, Versailles; Prof. J. C. Lewis, Bowling Green; Rt. Rev. they never undertake anything with- T. U. Dudley, Rev, Geo. E. Foskett, out first consulting with their do- G. W. Weedon, Rev. J. A, McKauny, and Rev. J. A. M. Zlegler of Louismestic yartner. It is a notable fact thatrthe wife of ville. Others will be added to this the Secretary of the Treasury, who is already representative list, and a so prominent iu society life at the great convention is anticipated. Nation's Capital, spends the greater Tor part of the summer in the city. The official d; duties of her husband detain ' iKS -d mi-i- . ,m m, - t i Hi- Don't delay but keep yourself posted in state and county affairs by subscribing for The Hartford '. Republican Louisville Commer- and c '1 cial both papers one year for only .$1.25 in advance. sends up the following wall: "It's scarcely any wonder that lines are on my "brow, it' hard to make a living as things are going now; I plant nice potatoes nnd sit down to watch them, grow; then cornea the frost a whooping and lays the blamed things low; I plant some little seed-let- s A farmer i i time-servi- ng imnmontN uf our prartlual nyitn. of Iniirur- Ildh. I'Ui'iwir llrui. Klrrlilw Uitlit, lVulrr, r ! rwrTMi WntllaUoTi UrRt mid moil iur-fcUjT. olfiUd lliluva C'ulUtco lliilliUuif Vi)macollcffp.wlioiireipouilbflliy lUKtVAtlfl. rMia upon ttoHr word uii , will tell ou tbat tbpy lll lvt you tliH "Mine," or u "more tnoroiiffli itinrn "im time," or (or" leu mooay," etc , than It takes to complela a l.Ptvnrt) of audi clalnn, ooiirau wltli tia Illuniratad ChUIojcui' (rue. lht,r ure I'riiicipal. t c oai.uoun,tualfiKtpn.Jhy i iliuir mj derangement, and kindred allraenU, ing approaches It aa a remedy. blood. caused by torpid liver or o For Dyspepsia, Liver nnd Bowel noth- "u PIERCE --CU- RE of Uanitlton, liuf fln. OK MONI5V RKTURNUU. Mm. AyniLU vah-sul- b, ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 3', f -" MlaiDl U (oftSOurr dar. H"Amid ni'tin inuko -froiu S3 bhid ..n. t. was a iniHiaw .r-iai iuau Dtuhbora. Ftua lattruoinnf i. no tor, work Oompldt. ready tor -! f ilia oarer otit of S tlm Wnrranto.1 Writ A raonf f VV. P. Harrison ft CO.rU10 Coluntiui.O anrwber,ap7uUUn.o. Oaabaput upby anront u whnhlpAd order, no rvpalrtoi, Iasn a Vt. I'rlct'p Cream Baking Powder World1 Pair IHg.iwt Awortl. any better, ror I had uloeratlou of the bowels. By the time I had ken bottlo Ami lalf of Doctor Tierce's olden llodlcal Dlacov. aery, the lilcodlmr had 5 almost stopped. Jlrai-'petl- ta waa rood, notfi-- 'Ing reemed to hurt ma . . ie. mj luivruvu- wonuenui. in.,,.. -ooyerai year uavo .7Tj and my euro U pastod permanent," My frkmfia Slteai would never bo a& Sf B fl m Kg v.ir. "" to raise some succotash; my neighbors hens conies over and knock them all to smash; I had a arbor in which to snooze and rest, a cow came In and clliued it and sent it gnllyx west. I bought a dozen egglcts (they cost so much I cried) they hatched a louely chicken nnd that went off and died; the insets nte the cabbage, the worms have nailed the corn, my horse has got the glanders, my cow has lost a horn, my pig has got the measles and squecls unseemly tunes, my geese are hunting water and lam full of prunes," ' Nam Jones on Jlnaonry. while This reverued brother, preaching in St. Louis a few weeks ago to an audience, used the following language: "The deepest quarrel that I have with the church of God is that world-Hnethat eats the heart out of it, and a heartless church, and a heartless man, and a heartless woman are the best instruments to damn the world. Heartlessness! Sympathy ior me! Why God bless you instead of the members of the church trying to help each other to Heaven, absolutely they will talk about cue another and slander one another, and tell lies and injure one another and won,t help TI10 Credit ftyRIem. Why do the merchants encourage one another. That's a fact! Before 1 was even a christain I learned one the credit sys teiu? You answer that thing, and I want you to hear this. you don't. Yes biit you do. If the I was away from home and I was rob- system were not encouraged by the bed on a train, I had all the money I merchants it would not be in existDid you ever stop to and my friend had. He didn't have ence any and they got mine; and we got off think that the mercantile community at a station. Tbat was when I was of the country are the only body of a sinner and that was twenty-fiv- e or luen that tolerate the credit system? twenty-si- x years ago and he was a Let's see you buy postal stamps, postal Stewart in the Methodist church, and notes, money orders, etc, on credit; I was, just n plain simple sinner, that try It, and see what will be said. Go is all I was. When we got ofT at the to the theater and you pay money. station we stayed around there a Expicss companies demand cash, and minute or two. He says "Sam, I railroad tickets are cash on delivery .Why should not wonder if there is a Mason in this to the purchaser. town?" 'I said "A Mason?" He said the merchant demand and receive "Yes." "Well" I said "what do you cash? Simply because he encourages want with a Mason?" He says, "I can the credit system. get money If lean find a Mason." I It may be an impossibility to comsaid alnt you a Methodist?" He said, pletely eradicate the credit system, "Yes." I said, "Why don't you go to but strict limitation on credit is asteu the Methodists?" "O shucks,"he said on the right road, and its evolution "I will go to the Masons." Laughter will be practically a cash basis sysAnd he struck out, tem of doing business. It is worth a andapplaus. and after a few minutes came back, trial, and should be begun at once. It and I said, "How did you come out?" would quickly spread, aud when it "All right" he said "I got it." "Who j does It will solve the great problem for all time. When silted down it did you get it from?" "From a THE lie says. "Sain if you want to would befound that tlic credit system go to heaven , you join tho Meth-- 1 is the progenitor of nnd responsible Annuals. S. C'ouvontlon of odists' but ifyou want to get a hold for more evils that effect the financial Kontuoky, August 13, Laughter and business world titan nil other down, join the Masons." Not only this, So when I started in agencies combined. 14 and 15. and applause. I joined both renewed laughter, aud but it fosters aextravagauce; the pur The Thirtieth Annual Convention I am a Methodist aud a Mas chase of goods which can be very well UnIndustrial World. of the Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l son, and I am getting along well for done without. ion will be held lu Lexington on Aug- both worlds. More laughter. It is Mr. Wilber T. Hayward, son of ust 13, M and 15. The prospects nre a shame? It is a shame, that a stew-- . ior the largest gathering of Sunday- - ard in the Methodist church, lost in Senator liny ward of this county, has school workers ever held in Kentuchis want of means Iu a town, must bean appointed ns acting City Attorney of Louisville during the vacai ky. go and hunt up a Mason to get mon tlou of Attorney Tluunmu. Mr. liNTJUtTAINMIiNT. ?y. Hayward is a bright young lawyer The citizens of Lexington will pro"Alnt it funny? But, old fellow, and this position will an opvide for the entertainment of all deleyou try it once, and you will do like portunity to make a give him reputation In gates during the Convention. Lexhe did; you will that. Did you ever Louisville as a prosecutor, ington's hospitality is toowellknown see a Methodist, in want of money, News. to require any comment in these colgo to another and here him say, Look umns, ltvery county in the State is here I am troubled. Shucks, he says. The World's showed no baking powder entitled to five (5) delegates from the J have seen too many of your sort at large. Fvery School is en- - j (Laughter You can't run it that so pure or so great la Ieav titled to one delegate for each htm- - L way," u enlng power as tho Royal. ss him here, and Mrs. Carlisle keeps him company. To her, perhaps, more than to any other influence, is. due the Secretary's success in life. She is, so to speak, his balance wheel and it is probable that he would have long ago retired to private Hie if he had been deprived ol the helpful presence ol his wife. Another woman who is helpmeet in the full sense of that term, is the wife of William C. Morrison, the sturdy Democrat from Illinois, who is now a member of the Interstate ' Commerce Commission. Mr. Morrison has frequently been mentioned is a candidate for the presidency, and he Mrs. is still among the possibilities. Morrison has as keen an appreciation of the pollctical situation a3 her husband, and she often acts ior him in his absence and attends to his corres pondence, especially that which is of a political character. A woman of fine executive ability, Mrs. Brice, the wife of the millionaire Senator ol Ohio, assumes her share of the burden which devolves upon a man who occupies the position Senator Brice does in the political and financial world. Mrs. Brice takes entire charge of the extensive establishment which is maintained by the Senator in this city. She has her own private secretary, and maintains a supervision overall the details of an elaborate mode of Hie which Involves the employment of an army of servants and the exercise of an almost prodigal hospitality. The list of women of this character is a very large one, and anyone who is familiar with Washington Hie can readily recall instances of the potent influence of women iu the varied affairs at the Nation's capital. Children Cry Pitcher's Castorla. iur tha better jine the Republicans. Jist look what free trade and State banks dun fur the demmycrat party in '92, an' who in the Jeff Davis ever expeckted 'em made into laws, but the backwoods fellers the trap wtts set fur. It wus a bad job sir, bad job, but you didn't stop at that you went" an' give five of the best offices to the ring. Now I've bin sarving the ring fur a good menny years, believin' how that us as had bin holdin' office fur a long time could sarve the public better than green hands, but sense Bradley razed sich a houl about ring rult an' corrupshun in '87, the people has got to raisin' fur new men an' to make matters wus. You no jist after that the Republicans wus 'bout to git up a investigashun about the tresura an' we had to pay up or send Dick off, an' beetin' Bradley left U3 so dernd flat broke that we had to trot poor ole Dick o.T, fur Japan. You see this made things look a little suspicious, an' nomlnatiu' - eo many of the ring when this here feel-iwus sunnin' so high is jist like comitin' sulside. Then you went an' lit the Republicans git half it about Wat goin' topardin uncle Dick an' let e, him cum home, of course that's cus it'll give the Republicans somthln to harp on. You fellers may no best, but if this ticket gits through its got to do it without much helf from ole Pennyrile. The boys down here air talkin' 'bout jinin the Republicans or Populists an' teacliln' you fellers a lesson, but I'm goln' to do all I can to whip 'em into ranks an' you needn't to question my loyalty as long as I hole the Ringvllle postoffice. Yours In, the fight, Almatinr Winkuss. Chcerman Pennyrile Dein, Co Con. MP n' Will practice thier profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law., Beavlt, Dasi, Ky. E. D. GUFFT. B. D. RINGO ggttorneys ggt gaw, XXartford, SCazxtucIcjr. Will practico m all courts of Ohio aud adjoining countios, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal busiricsa attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. R. It. WEDDING Attorney at Law, 'Hartford, Ky. Will practico' his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining Aleo Notary Public. counties. Office, room 20, Hartford House. . wninrov ,....,,. IU lLUU.il WILL W. S. BAKIES A 1 Ai MB liflUV man 1 Hartford, Ky. practico his profescion iu all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Cowmen cinl Hotel. Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession l(i tb courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in REruB- - lican Building. Attorney HARTFORD, IvY. "Will practico his profession in all th at Law, courts of Ohio nqu adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to al. business entrusted to his care. Col Office with the lections a specialty. county Attorney. Also Notary Public Attorney at Law, GREENVILLE, KY. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Muhlenberg aud adjoining counties. Special attention will be given to collection!! aud all business Office next entrusted to his care. door below poetofllce. JXTbS, Attorney at aw, 3E3. 3P- (Comity Attorney) HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profession in tho Courts ot Ohio and mljolning conn-tic- s. Special attention given to collections. Olfico in Courthouse THIRTIETH Ma-so- Attorney at jaw HARTFORD, KY. col given SPECIAL attention abstracts, to &a, making also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Offico North sido of public spurt!. JNO. B. WILSON, J...R. PIRTLE ElUa-bethto- DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY PurTcs?s is prepared to do any nnd all kinds Prices most of Dental Operations. reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. rfgN ww "?HW Mm Wo lime w Imp;-los- t circulation, but want more. Rcmom- - bor $1.25 gets Tho BARNETT NOMINATED. A Large Republican and Louisville Comnior- - cial one your. i u Hartford Republican rUDUBIlRU KVKRY FRIDAY MOHNINO NAM A. ATllI MSOV JO. II HOW I HIS Proprietor l.dln.r. SubBorlptlon, $1 .26 per year. Friday, Jatv, a6, 1895. STATE SENATOR. Wr are authorized to announce Dr. A. D. Jamim, Of Muhlenberg county, ns a candidate for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial District,' subject to the action of the Republican party. D iii MM IVIES. x TO VOTK THE MEPUJJLICAK TIOKBT PUT THE X UNDER THE LOG CABIN. Tnn Itepublican Slato Central Comrnittco recently adopted the Log Cabin as tlio otnblcm to bo placed upon the Republican ballets instead of the Eagle against tho use of which the Democrats wore about instituting Tho Log Cabin is an injunction. tho emblem adopted by the old Whigs in tho campaign of I84O and the sugTo vote tho volt, among the Democrats, gives na gestion was found horo. Republican ticket Btamp'tbe X in tho surnuce that the party, which for space below tho Log Cabin. thirty years, has been in the saddle in 1 ' n pretty safo rule to stay nwny Tro Italian steamers collided Sun-da- y morning in tho Gulf of Genoa from the plnco to whloh you nre nov In the oaee of tho bus!, and I48 porsnns wero drowned. er invited. liens man who nsver Invites cuitoniers Whims tho price of gold nnd silver t" his place of ImalneM by a nent nd is such as requires .'10 ouncos of silver in tho county paper, this vertifoinsnt to equal 1 ounce of gold, some states', it doubly true. men nro Insisting that Unolo Sam oan Tiik Improvement in trado nnd and should cliango the prico to 0 to 1. Now, why can't somebody root wngea is nn cvldonce of tho oonlliiued oonfldenoo Iho people have in tho Re- up n 'crank who Is 111 favor ot a ratio Ouo proposition is just publican party. Tho limes are im- ofltol? proving over tho prolett of tho I)om as reasonable ns tho other. ocrnfle parly. Mrs. L. W. Hunt, of Sulphur Springs, was nominated by tho Re, Mb. W. V. lUi-mittho popular proprietor of the Ellondalo Pair, is publican Convention Monday as a an exemplar of liberal advertising candidate for Coroner to fill tho un Tho succots of theEllendalo Fair lnsf expired term of Coroner G. C. who recently moved to year and tho prose nt prospects of a Louisville; , Mr. Hunt is a prosper vastly more successful meeting this year give weight to the exnmp'e this ous farmer, an excellent gentleman nnd will mako n good officer. prugieMivo Fair and sttckman scls the world 111 un advertising way. The Wilson. Gorman Bill was such Hi' energy and pluck are Worthy ol a miscrablo makeshift of a failure, highest success. condemned by friend nnd foo alike, and the Democracy u eo hard pressed Tiik Ohio county Republicans met for an explanation of tho financial nnd in dolegated Convention nt tho Court industrial ruin visited upon the House Monday and nominated Col.C. country by the Democratic victory of M. Barnelt of this city for Represent 1802 that tho Democrats arc now tntive in tho next General Assembly claiming tho credit for tho riso in of Kentucky, Col. Barnctt is a products and wages. Trior seem to young man of great energy and abilforget and at least to state, however, ity, whose knowledge of public affairs that no improvement in wages or and whoso talent ns a speaker will trado was manifest until (lie country render him a popular candidate and was assured by the Republican victonu ellicicnt member of the Legislary of lS94 that English Frco Trade ture. Ho will bo elected by a handhad reached its climax in the Wilson some majority. Bill, nnd that a Republican IIouso Tin: prospects for Republican suc- would stand as a bulwark between cess in November continue to grow tho American workman and manu o brighter every day. Absoluto har- facturer upou tho one side nnd (henries and foreign pauper mony among tho Republicans, with absolute dissension, almost open re. labor upon tho other. 1 Wos-terfiel- d, Dem-crati- and Enthusiastic Gathering of Republi- cans Assemble at tho Court House and Nominate Candidates For Roprcsontntivo Coronor. for Coroner. Mr J. II Thomas placed the name ol Mr I, W. Hunt bslore the convention mill Mr, Sam Wallace nominated Itsq J. D. ttyors. Mr. W. 8 Cole was placed in nomination but he withdrew, leaving the race between Mean. Hunt and Dyers. Upou n call of the prerincia it w.11 found that Mr. Hunt secured 5 volt and Mr. Myers secured 2f" vote. .Mr Dyers moved thnt the nomination of Mr, Mr, Hunt he iitndo unanimous. Hunt was declared the nominee ol the convention nnd was called for nnd made n shoit speech accepting the DEM00RATI0 Nervous and Weak SPLIT. Hood's Sarsaparllla Made Him Different Man. The Split in the Democratic Party Grows Wider Each Day. The Republicans Will Take Chargo of tho State House. Manago and ISTKHVTnil Foil lilt A. II. JAMI.M, stead of one o'clock. The precinct instructed for Darnctt. Mr. Henry Shaver, Committeeman, cast the vote of Ilcflin. Loutsvir.Mt. Kv , July 22, '95. NOT1M. The split in the Democratic piity The Shrevc delegation got ill after daily growing wider, and there can the Convention was about ovor.thluk-In- g is compromise between the mil the hour of inciting was two in- be no from factious. nomination. There being no further business before the convention it adjourned. The meeting was harmonious throughout. And tho AilHirs Systematically. Ur. W. IT. A rjcru liemncr.it. The following is from the Su id y Union a negro piper, published nt Owensboro- - A negro Democrat is a freak of e, The Hnpkiusvillc Kentutkian says: in- Kentucky, will in the present contest be unhorsed. To add strength to W. O. Bradley. Governor this view ot tho situation it is only W. J. Worthing' Lieut.Govornor necessary to mention the failure of ton. the Democratic party both in Slate Auditor S. II. Stone. and National administrations to sub Secretary of State Chas. Finley. servo the interests of the masses. Treasures Geo. W. Long. Empty Treasuries, insufficient reveAttorney General "SV. S. Tajlor. nue, high taxes, miserable public Superintendent of Public Instruc- buildings, unequal taxation these tion W. J. Davidson. with others will furnish abundant Register of Land Office C. 0. food for reflection to tho voters of the Reynolds. Commonwealth, who can but conCommissioner of Agriculture Liii clude to "turn the rascals out" and cas Moore. take "a lock at the books.' Republican Stato Ticket. iuilhoad coumksioxek. First District Jerry Porter. Second District H. S. Irwin. m OUR STATE BUILDINGS. SPECIAL NOTICE. "We have made repented appeals to subscribers who are in arrears with lis; some have responded cheerfully and paid one year in advance, others have paid no attention to cur notices. To all those who have paid wo are very thankful, to those who have not paid, we oik jou again lo call or send in that subscription account you owe, We are at n gieat expense every vreik anil MUST have what is due us" on tubtcription. Look at the label on your paper and ycu will see how much you are indebted to ue, and don't rest until jou have paid it oil. Your fcuhscription account is just as essential as any account and you ought to pay it jutt tho same as any other account, and you will confer n great favor on us by paying AT ONCE. v Pathoxmk tho advertiser. Ik you aro behind with Tin; Ri publican and ufcable to pay up "H arrearages at once do not write us to stop the paper until you can pay up. "Wo cannot do that. The Democratic cry in tho National Campaign of IP84 that "it is time to havo a look at tho books" will now fit the situation in Kentucky, but on tho other sido of the mouth. Thr great flurry and ssuudiag of trumpets indulged in by tho Democratic prose of Owensboro over the alleged revolt of the colored Republicans of that city and their alliance with the Democrats seems to be only Democratic papers a fako after all. nre good at fakes. present ratio ot gold to silver The Free Silnliout 30 to 1. ver advocates propose to change the ratio made by the great, eternal, immutable law of supply nud demand and say that it shall be not 80to l.bnt 1C to 1. Now if it be iioasible by legislation to change the ratio from SO to 1 to 10 to 1, why could not tho ratio bo changed in the some way to 15 to 1 or I4 to 1? It legislation is to determine tho ratio why are the Silverites satisfied with the change of 30 to 1 to 10 to If Why do they not insist on the passage of laws making the ratio 1 to 1, or In other words make gold ' nud silver equal? Or if legislation determine the matter why do they that the ratio inatoad of not being 10 ouuoasot silver equal to 1 ounce of gold, as they would have it, shall b 16 ounow of sold equal to 1 H lgilHtin can ouno of silver. perform the flint feat it can pei'onu tho last as well is Tin; i I init f f Kj Bet Court Bjrsp. f. Cfcttl. U Pjl In viow of the fact that tho recent Democratic Convention at Louisville made a great effort to whitewash the Democratic administration of Kens tucky aflairs, nnd it is the part of the speakers and editors of that party generally to defend tho party's rotten record in the State against all comers, we make the following rather lengthy clipping from the Frankfort Capital, which is by the way about as intensely Democratic as its guinea-win- g proportions will admit. As the reader peruses these sentences which tell the (State's disgrace, let him c mber that this is is Kentucky, the home of Ren Hardin and Henry Clay and Crittendeu and Harlan ami let him remember, too, that these are Kentucky's State buildings allowed CM) lit 4IIIOVS.. to go to ruin by the Democratic adThe crops ol all kinds are looking ministrations. Here is what the Ccp-ila- l better than they did this time last says: year. "The old talk about the tumble W. C. Reid, of Rockport, visited down condition of tho Stato buildings is out of date. The time for action his uncle, C. L. Miller, last week. The 4th nnd last quarterly meeting bus come. The State Librarian is arranging to have an expert architect on the Hartford Circuit convened come here and look at a certain por- at Goshen Church the 20th and 21st, tion ot tho main building that now inst. Rev. S. X. Hall, Louisville, Several Judges of looks dangerous. officiating. , Cromwell 6 the present Court ol Appeals have inMrs. ljlijah Hocker is on the sick Buford dicated thnt they do not care to re1 list. sume court in the prescut court-rooRosine 7 Miss Sue Williams visited in this this fall, unci especially when tho Legislature is in sission. The reason community several days last week. Total 54 for this "scare" on tho part of the 'lUnaville, Shreve and Sraallhouse Miss Annie Hatcher visited her Court has been kept quiet, and the were not represented in the convenaunt, Miss Annie Williams, at true stato ot affairs was learned by tion and their votes were not cast for C. last week. the Capital for the first time yestereither candidate. To understand what this stato day. llmnmice Willi it Murnl, ot affairs is, a little explanation is The Secretary announced the result The latest true stoty, the sequel of necessary. Half or ouo third ot the which is ol unusual interest to mer of the vote, which showed Darnett to big second story hall in which the chants in general, is true in the fol- be the winner, and upon motion of House ot Representatives meets, is lowing short romance in real life, Mr. W. P. Render his nomiuation court-rooimmediately over the paper: A was made unanimous. Mr. Darnett 'J he floor to thoHoueo of Rerpesenta-thesi- s culled from a California a big wide stretch, and is. few weeks ago a young man bought a was called for and the chair appointed Messrs. R. R. Wedding, W. A, Gibnecessarily, n very ponderous, heavy pair of socks containing a note sayaffair. It appears tolerably level yet, ing that the writer was an employe of son nnd W. P. Render to wait upou butundertbo cast cud of it is tho ceiling the Kenosha, Wis., knitting works, Mr. Bamett and notify him of his This ceiling has of the court-roonomination. The above named genbegun to bulge and crack, and the nnd wanted a good husband She tlemen escorted him to the stand and is that tho whole ceiling, if not gave her name, and requested the fear buyer, if unmarried, to write with a be responded in a neat little speech the floor above it, may como tumbling down ou the Judges' heads most view to matrimony. The young man thanking the convention for the hon any day, Tho danger of this seems who found the note considered the ors etc., end pledging his fidelity to likoly to be all tho greater when the matter in all its phases, nnd then de- the cause of Republicanism and sayweight of the next House of Represencided to write to the girl. He did ing he intended to make a thorough tatives nud the spectators assemble Awaiting with anxiety, hewasat last canvass of the county and would ever overhead. Tho apparent unsafe condition ot tho floor ot the hall ot Rcp rewarded with a curt letter, slating be ready to meet his apponents in rcseutatives, the ceiling ot the couit that the girl was now the mother of joint debate aud would hold them to room, and tho walls ot the latter, has two children and had been married state affairs, and with such a gallant been further emphasized sluco the four years, and the lelter had been leader as Col. Bradley he thought the court adjourned. Without any written ever so long. It was a "sock- county would give nt least 500 majorcuute tor it, the papor on the dolager" and the young man hunted ity for the Grand Old Republican western wall ot tho court-roohas for a solution. He found it. The Party. suddtmly fallen oil. Mr. K. P, Neal made a motion that "The Judges nud tho lawyers who merchnat of whom he bought the the county instruct unanimously for assemble in tho com and tho socks doesn't advertise. Dr. A. D. James, of Muhlenberg, for next House who assemble alono may Washington Correspondent to the State Senator, which was seconded go ahead and take tho risk, thore nro says: G. KUisOncn, by Dr. A. P. Stanley and the some peoplo 111 Frankfort who have Com ttlready made up their minds not to of Owensdoro, Ky., is at the Raleigh chair appointed the following delego with crowds into either of these with a party ol mcu who nreon their gates to said convention which meets " seemiug way home from the Asbury Park cy- at Greenville August 7th, 1895: J. What a speotucle! And yet the cle meet. Mr. On en belougs to tho B. Howard, Sam Keown, S.B. Bishop, o people of Kentucky aro told by Owensboro Wheel Club, the pioneer Dr. A, P. Stanley, Joel Elmore, N platforms, cdltors,speakers ami cycling organization in Western Kenh, Barrass, Ike R. McCIure, G. S. boms that this is nil right, and the tucky of the I,. A. W., which has J. B. Wallace, A. B. Stanley, voters ate expected to bcllevo it, and don: so much to protect the rights of J. W. Curry, David Duncan, Geo. stamp the ballot under the rooster. the wheeling fraternity and to secure Maddox, G. D. Royal, W. M. Awtry, Will they do it? Not much. Many better roads in that State. W. I. Rowe, J. M. Bishop, J. 15 Davnn honest Demoorat, who for a lite-- , idson, Jo. B. Rogers, N. C, Daniel, JVotlri'. time has voted tho Democratic ticket, Taylor Tout No, 208 G. A. R. is Jno. P, Morton, D. M. Hocker. R, J. ami many n young man ofDemocratio called to meev at the regular meeting Mason, Sam A. Andersen, Dr. S, J. proclivities will oome out front place, Cromwell, to attend to some Wedding, J. D. Byers, J. H. Baize, K D. GulTy, J. S. R. Wedding, M. L. among them in Novcmbor aud stamp importnnt business on the 4U1 day of Heavriu, K. P. Neal. it square under the old cabin door. A call wua made for nomination Z R. Tayior.Coih. August, 1895, re-m- creased from 82.75 to 2 80 for both white and black children. Tim r.nno 8'nn', improvement in our school sys tern it another excellent reason why tne democratic party snouiu bo continued in chargo of Stato affairs." Notice tho expression "has been increased," "for both white nnd llatk children.'' How could the fund bo increased any other way.if increased at all, than "for both white and blntk children." Does the Democracy claim credit for providing an equal fund for children of the colored race? It was not until the Court of Appeals drovo the Democracy to do so, that the colored children had an equal per capita with the white children. The Democratic school laws discriminating agaiust tho colored children of the State wcrodeclared unconstitutional by theCourt of Appeals nnd of course, it increased at all, the fund is increased alike "for both white and Tho Ktnltulian colored children." isn't in any thing but politics very often guilty of such a come oil' as the above. Neither is tho Kentudian correct when it says the Democratic party merits a continuance in charge of public aflairs because of its labor in behalf of our school system. The school system is what it is in spite of the Kentucky Democracy and 1l must be admitted that our school system, when compared with our sister Northern and Eastern States, is sadly deficient. "The school per capita has been a monstrosity, n natnr.it curiosU ty, like n white crow or n white elephant A negro Democrat is a traitor to the party to which heowshls lilt citizenship and nil rights and privileges he enjoys ns an Atncr lean citizen. He is a traitor to the partyto which he is iudebt for his emancipation from slavery, from the condition of cattle .ind horses and CM. Barnktt. The Republicans of Ohio county made a citizen of the greatest nation on earth. were called to meet in precinct con To the Republican party the negro vention in every precinct in the county Inst Saturday to select dele- will always be indebted for all the adgates to the county convention, which vantages, pleasures and blessings of churches, schools, loJges and socl- ewas called to meet in Hartford Montlnq. Tn t1i icin nirtv li l day, the 22d. Karly in the day Monindebted for his riehts to vote. to day a large crowd begun to nssemble in town and by noon n large and rep- - l hold office, to control nnd manage . 1.1! ! 1.. t.f.l.i Puul,c ' "."- - """ resenfatlvP twvlv of Ken,iM!rnn to the Republicin nuty for alloflile ... i .1 -j . that is notth livi"S ,or- tion of rfln.li.lal,, f0rHPnr.nftIw Promptly at one o'clock, Mr. K. D. The Alumni Trip In Olil Valid ('am. Guffy, chairman of Uhe county comlarl nuilllio Mriidinrr, mittee called the house to order and The regular Annual Excursion to stated the object of the meeting. Old Point Comfort in charge or Mr. W. First in order was the election of a A. Wilgm. S. P. A., will be run a Temporary Chairman and Secretary. Wednesday, August 7th, via C. 0. & Mr. M. S. Rag1and,of Rosine, was put S. W. nnd C. & 0. Railways, from in nomination for chairman and was Beaer Dam on regular train leaving unanimously elected. Sam A. An- at A. M., connecting with Seaderson was elected Secretory, after shore Special, which leaves U & N. which the convention proceeded to Union Station nt 1.30 P. M. The There being one contested round trip rate to Old Point Comfort business. precinct the chair appointed a comis only $15,50 and the tickets are good mittee on credentials to settle the until August 29th, with r matter, which was amicably settled privileges returning only. by Mr. Barnett requesting the comThis trip surpisses any offered the mittee to cast the vote of the contest- traveling public when jou consider ed precinct for his opponent, Esq. the small expense,-- and the many deRowe. The committee on credentials lightful dlvcisions offered. Grand was composed of the following named and beautiful scenery, invigorating gentlemen. S. L. Stevens, J. M. Bish- mountain air, ocean op, G D. Royal, J. H. Thomas and voyage, palatial entertainment at the W. A. Gibson. After the committee Hygeia hotel, and a visit to the Capi reported the chair called for the vote tal, ifdesired. by precincts between Messrs. Barnctt The low rates of $2 50 per day has aud Rowe. The Secretary called the been secured at the Hygeia for all precincts, which' resulted as follows: who go on this special. Kvery attenI'OR KOWK. tion nnd courtesy will be extended to Fordsville 10 ladies without escorts. Choice ot Select 3 routs returning, between Richmond 6 Centettown . . , and Clifton I'orge, will be given, en Cool Springs 2 abling those who desire to visit LynchBeaver Dam 5 burg, Natural Bridge and other points McIIenry , 5 of interest. Sleeping car rates will be 4.00 for Total 31 berth, Louisville to Old Point, to be TOR nARNRTT. 8 occupied by one or two persons, and Hartford for sleeping car space Dartlett 3 application HctUn 2 should be made at once to W. A. Wilgus. Hopkinsvillc, Ky. For Sulphur Springs 7 particulars address as above or Beda 4 . 5 call on Agent C. O. & S. W Railway. Rockport '. . . 6 Magan NEWS NOTES. Horse Branch 5 miti-hoot.i-i- w. , . i. """l1". stop-ove- The plain Democrats e followed Beck nud and Illnckburn nnd Wattcrson and hive lor yearn honestly believed that the "demonitiztion of silver in 1873 was a pieat crime," that the "gold bugs" and the "money devils" ought to be exterminated, and that Grovcr Cleveland was what the J called him, "a Mugwump," strong in New York and Wall Street nnd no where else. Now Carlisle nnd Wattcrson have a lew flopped within completely months, but the plain every day Democrats cannot see why they should "write themselves down 'asses' " by turulnc nround when these "lcadtra" Blackburn ii nuk crack the whip. ing the same old speech to the suite old Democrats nnd If they have to become "sound money" men they will go to the Republican party that has always been the sound money party, Ai a matter pf fact, nit this row about Blackburn is a mere electioneering dodge to nfake strength next ' 'or the Carlisle boom To down Blackburn will help Carlisle to get the Kentucky delegation in 1896. There is very little love of sund money, but theic is a great deal of the "love ofmoney,1 which the Good Book tells us is "the root of all evil," aud ol pie nnd patronage and the like that the J greatly needs in its business. Hardin ii not a Carlisle man by a long majority and his defeat would not hurt the Carlisle boom, because it would be charged to go, and you know has an account with the C- -J that the "organ on the corner"would like to have settled. Just watch how the wind blows and you will see a Cnilislc flag floating from every camp. In the meantime the Republicans will take charge of the State Government a.id give itaIougneeded cleans ing aud not bother about the Presidential election until next year then we will do a little cleaning In that 'the country Cir-lisl- Eurtka flprtnp, Aik. -- I cannot And words In which to axprMt for what Hood's Bum my thankfalnt jrllU bu dona lor ray hatband. 1U vu afllloUd with rhumtlim and tha (tip. lta lol liU appttlta, nrrotu and hla aetloni bteama ilujrjUh, harlot IK at atl about him. II Mmd a no phyilrl wrtck. At lut ha dealdtd to Ukt Hood' BtrtaparlUa, and ftr Uk tag two bottle ha wit aa though faa waa well. Ha continued Uklnjr It, and tocod look Ilka day ba Unit u lU A C-- Different Man. Oar houia I noTr without ITood'a (Ur. MarllU. We wilt not accept any other from our druirgUt. Ilood'a Saruparllla cannot ba recommended too highly. We cheerfully recommend Hood'i BarMpe tllla and Ilood'a 1'llU." Mas. W.. II. Uriy, Bos 073, Jureka Spring, Ark-Mood'a PIIeurfoniHitlonlf rtitorlnj the pertitalUe MUoa U the aUmeuUry etnat Hood's? Cures roy Steam OwENsiioiio, laundry, Kv. Does finest work of any laundry in the Yest. No Injurious ingreWork all guarandients used. teed to give satisfaction. Patrons' linen insured against fire while in the laundry. Jr Laundry sent on Tuesday and returned on Saturday ofoach wcek Wautuk Otrtctly M. Path, Agt. C.H. Hartford, Ky. "How ! t'nre all Mkln Ilare," Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment " No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav- ing the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers arc twssessed by no other remedy. Ask vour druggist for Swwun'a OlNTMRNT. 34 lyr. C-- snrf-bathin- Ilnir llnlre nn Hiinriny, Taking effect May 6th the Louisville, St. Louis & Texni Railroad will sell on every Sunday round trip tickets between all its stations ,on main line at one fare for the round trip. Tickets nre good on date of sate, good returning same dav. This gives everyone an opportunity to visit one of diicction. But for the present, as Blackburn the largest cities or spend n day with nnd the cuckoos cannot sleep in the their fricndsalongthe line. For furthsame bed, and what about Watt Har- er information call on agent or addin? Nobody knows. He docs not dress II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., know whether he is or isn't Just Louisville, Ky. now he seems to be making n diligent canvass of the State to ascertain which side promises to afford the softest place to fall on. He knows that is inhe is in the middle of a bad fix and he candoesn't know how to get out, without getting out altogether. L. Our subscription list constantly fur-tit- er ..,',' Mars Writes Nows Notos and Iutorostiug Itoms irom Boda. Crops are good in this vicinity. Rev. J. B. Hicks filled his regular appointment here Sunday. The Christian Endeavor Society at this place is in good working order, and is a gra.id thing for the young people engaged in Christian work. Miss Minnie Simmons, of this place who has been staying at Mr. John Holbrook's returned home sick Tues- eut death-traps.- Dem-crati- Fltz-hug- day. Mr. James Hatcher had a fine mare to die last week with lock jaw. A protracted meeting will begin here, in Beulah Church, on Saturday, before third Sunday in August. Rev. C. F. Williams being engaged in a meeting, Rev. J, A. Bennett filled his appointment at Mt. Hermon the second Sunday, Walter Rlchey was the guest of Miss Nora Bennett Sarur hy aud Sunday, Misses Mary Park and Minnie "May and Lida Simmons, Daviess county, ranks. were the guSts ol W. C Bennett The Republican party has a bright Sunday, future before it if it will heed the Mr. aud Mrs. Lindsey Bennett are signs ol the times arid if it will keep on the sick list. its adversaries beyond its trenches. J. C. Tlnsley is sick at this writ-in- Its leaders are subject to ambitious views and they love their Prcsldens Miss Grace Hudson is visiting her tial favorites. The oncoming fight is rrnndfatner. Kir. T N. Hudson, at however, one to be made in the Interthis place. ests and for the well being of the Mrs. Elizi Bennett is the guest of American people, and it is no contest her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Ashley, for the gratification of personal ambiOwensboro, Ky, tious. The will of the people must Mrs. Delia Hoover and son left tills not be thwarted; they have suffered morning to visit relatives in Owen-b- o too much already from unwise, legisro, lation, and they stand y silent, A large crowd was out at the Conhopelul, but determined. They have vention Saturday, The Republicans tbuudcrcd forth their wishes' and are on the alert in this precinct aud those wishes must bo heeded. They will do their duty nobly in the com demand Protection to American indusing election, Mars. tries as the great features of our national policy, and it will be the very wantonness of folly for the RepubliCry can party to slight that Issue. Jour'' ' nal, Boston, g. I'rnlerllon I Hie laaue. The Republican party has won the latest ol its many victories upon the Tariff issue, and, in taking a firm stand upon that popular platform it has voiced the wishes, the hope, the deep-seatand the intelligent convictions of the wage earners of this broad land. Upon that issue as the paramount feature of the next Presidential campaign it will move again into national control; but, white taking such a step, and recognizing the demands and the needsof American labor, the progressive party olthe United States will not be blind toall other pressing and timely questions. The Republican party has always and res ponded to public expectation; it has kept faith with thecountry'a creditors, and it .has met its financial obligations on the day of their maturity in the best currency then existing in the world. It can be trusted in the future, as it has been in the past, to manage the difficult and complex questions of national finance, realizing that these are days of constant fluctuations, and that the wlsdon 0(1895 may be the folly of 1S96, Republicans, however, must remember that their foe is an enemy who never sleeps; that the Democratic party has recovered again and yet again from seeming annihilation, that it is unwise to be misled by that most dangerous ol all enemies, the counsellor who, under the guise and behind the mask of the friendly adviser, seeks to stab the party in the back and to involve it in hopeless npd inextricable feuds within its own ed creasing. You not afford to bo left behind. Send in $1.25 and get .The Republic an Louisville Weekly Commercial one year. and Camera. The prizes will be awarded as follows: $200 in gold will be given for the best picture taken by this Camera; $too for the second best; $50 for the third best; for the fourth best; $15 for the filth best; $to for the sixth best, and tor the next 40 best Js each will be given; for the next 80 best $2 50 each will be given, nnd for the next 200 best pictures taken by me lacrosse camera J! cacli will lie given, making in all $1,000 given awny. We shall do this for two reasons, viz. The first to introduce .the Camera for 1895; the second, to educate thenmatenis in phonography. This contest closes ou Novetn-bcr-is- t, I.oooiu CI olil uifen Awny ne I'rlin. For the best pictures taken. On Novembei 15th, 1895. we shall give away One Thousand Dollars in gold for the best pictures taken by the sse $s 1895. refunded. Sent by express with fnll instructions and rules governing this contest upon receipt of express money order tor $1 75. Remember, A Written Guarantee Gees with Every Camera, Address, 1iCrusse Specialty Co., This camera can be used byanyone and is sold under a poslHve written guarantee to do the work or money LaCrosseWis. TO WHOM Outoct. Notice. IT MAY COXCRRNt 1 have by writing lodged with the clerk of the Ohio County Coitrt.given to my sons Samuel aud Joseph James the prcvillge of acting working and trading for themselves as they choose free from my control, I wilt not assert claim to wages canted or property acquired by either of them uor will I be reponslble for any of theacts ol I either. Samuri, Jahi'.s. 50 3t Render, Ky,, July 11, 1895, Children for Read The Republican and Coinmor-cial,keo- p posted.Only $1.25 per year. aa Pitcher's Castorla. Dr. Price' Cream Daklng Powder i m World's Pair lllf heat Awarf. r I t . ,. - .L jMMssaMKSZ'.? aoafflsr' ' i.ftrV- -j . iKTBnBBBHi r FAIR BROS. $ CO. proilt on Dry Goods. Wo must movo our groat stock of summer goods, and in so doing will give you the chanco of a liie time to buy lino goods for less than such QUALITIES or STYLES wore over sold before. Clothing IT IS TOO LATE now to talk about -- Men's all wool suits, $5.00. Extra quality all wool suits, $8.00. Very best mado all wool sack and frock suits,$10. Luster coat, serge and Mohair coats and Yosts at lowest prices. Largest selections of men and boys' hats, prices from 25c to S5.00.The very. latest shades and falls tyles. NOTE OUR PRICES In Millinery. WE ARE CLOSING Our remnant stock for any price they will bring. Hats that are actually worth $3 to 85 going at $1.50. SHOES AND SLIPPERS Our line of Slipper are being rushed out at greatly reduced prices. We must have room for our fall stock by the 15th of August. Elegant slippers worth $2 and$2.50 for 0 per pair. $1-5- VISIT HEADQUARTERS Remember we BUY and sell for CASH, hence we are enabled to sell you goods at closer prices than long time credit buyers. emple of fashion pfcta-- -' FAIR BROS. & CO., Props. Friday, July 26, 1895, BEAVER DAM. Interesting-ittle " By your Shoes at Fair Bros. & Co's. New Fans and Parasols at Fair Bros. & Co's. From our News Notes Neighboring-L- Plenty of nice Percals for Waist at lage. Fair Bros. & Co's. get a straw hatat your own You can Rev. Casebier, Rockport, filled his price at Cakson & Co. regular appointment here Sunday. Miss OIHe Smith, who has been Col. W.H. Moorc.Sulphur Springs, was in town Monday. visiting Miss Rosa Taylor for the Remnant stock Millinery at your past three mouths, left last week for her home in Dyersburg, Tenn., and own price at Fair Bros. & Co's. with her took Miss Rosa, who will For the best and cheapest Buggy ou spend several weeks with her. the market, sec Field & tlolbrook. Mr. C. W.'Parrott, Louisville, after We always keep the latest thing in making us a short stay has been at Carson & Co. novelty hats. Dawson Springs for two weeks and Judge Jno. P. Morton and son, is now at Grayson Springs. Mrs. Mr. n. P. Barnes spent Sunday at Burr, have returned from Prentls. Dawson Springs. Lots ol percals for shirt waists. A good number of Methodists atCarson & Co. tended the Quarterly Meeting at Dotted Swisses 15c, 20c. and 25c. reduced to i2ic. at FalrBros. &Co's Goshen Sunday. Miss Lizzie Willis, Rochester.spent the past week in town with friends and relatives. Mrs. J, W. Gray and children, Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Sara Taylor and family, of South Beaver Dam, Mrs. Judge John P. Morton ana lit- tie son, Burr, Hartford, spent Tuesday in town on return from a weeks visit in Prentls. Mrs. G. N. Rock and son, Lojau, returned to their home in Louisville, after a two weeks visit to the Austin House. Miss Bessie Nave spent this week in the. country with her nunt, Mrs. Jim Cecil. Miss Tceuie Hayes, Rochester, is vistltlng her sister, Mrs. J. P. y. Vil- If you want the best Hay Press on the market, call on Field St Ho'brook. Miss Annie Allen, Whltesvllle, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. D. GufTy. Mrs. M. L. Hcavrin is visiting friends and relatives in Daviess county. Mt. G. II. Matthews and children, Victor and P.lsle, are visiting in Owensboro. Buggies, Harness, Whips, LapDus-ter- s and Wagons. Call and see F leld & Holbrook. , CASII BUYERS and CASH SELthis Is why FalrBros. & Co. LERS can sell goods so cheap. Mr. Frank Heavrln, Owensboro, was the guest ot his brother, Mr. M. In Heaviin, the first ofthe week. t kJ Ft r Miss Nora Martin, who has been with Mrs.J.T.Martlnfor three months Remember the Barbecue at Barrett's returned to her home in Fordsville Ferry, Saturday, August 3. Big Bal- Monday. loon ascension and steam swing, ;j Mr. T. J. Morton, Hartford, who Is visiting in Prentls spent Tuesday in aud Keown Samuel Mr. 0. town. Miss Florence Wright were married Miss Georgia Klmblv. Rocknorh at the residence ol the bride's iu was In town this week. Fordsville yesterday. Misses Jessie and Mary Smith and The funeral of Wayne Park, son of Klla Rowe, Hartford, were In town Milton aud Florence Park, will be Sunday afternoon, Mr. H E. Brown, Rochester, spent preached at Ccntertown Church the last Saturday In town 1st Sunday in August by Bro. Bran-doMesdames Evans and Smith, Rochester, mother and Ulster of Mrs. Perry Mr. G.C. Butler and family, of Weir City, Kan., are visiting friends and Westerfield spent a few days with her week, as she has been quite sick. relatives near Cromwell, Mr. Butler this Miss CUffie Gray is visiting rela wade us a pleasant call Monday. tives in the country this week. At about 7:30 o'clock Sunday eveMr. II. J. Shaver is visiting the ning a meteor was seen in the Eas- family of Messrs. Davage Taylor and tern Bky by several people at this Luther Render. place. Although it was not dark the Mrs. Mack TIchenor aud little son meteor was visible for several seconds. are the guests ol Mrs. Martha Barnes When you stop over at Central City this week. Mr. Felix Monroe and family, nnd want n good, square meal.put up at the Commercial Hotel, R. R, Paxs Louisville, have moved to this city. Attvk. ton proprietor. You will get the best of fare and the best treatment a you tnltl ynurHilrrltllouT lint n. , and prayerful cooperation on your Awarded part and that t may have this to the Highest Honors World' Fair. Cdrson St Co. For Ilartford Gtowb Drlght-- or utmost, is my soul's prayer this morning. Jesus said: "If ye love me Enoh Bay. an Shoes for old time prices at Fair feed my lambj," and this Is the fun. Bros. St Co's. Letter From It will only be a short time until daniental work ol the Sunday School, Oct Fair Ilios. & Co's., prices. and I do not believe our skirts will wc will have slock water navigation They are the lowest. auJ then we cau get freight here in- be clear of their blood at thejudg-men- t If wc fall on thlsllne. Wc want The best barber In the country K. dependent ofthe railroads who make News Notes and Other o organize next Sunday morning nt I,. Dulllngtou. a special business to sec how much it Items of In9:30 o'clock. With Special birgalns In dress goods at tlfey can charge for freight. Come bring your blblcs.tcstaments, terest. dally boats, a good school, and the Carson St Co. county seat, Hartford will indeed be a Song books and above everything else Best jeans Pants on earth for fr.oo I model town, brlgn Jesus with you, and then our Dhani'ield Kv., July 23, 1895. at Fair Bros. & Co's. success will be assured. Praying that Our town Is on n boom, wo are We have some of the best business Another new lot o( belt buckles and meniu the State here;we have some of heaven's richest blessings may rest building a regular lock up; the tlms the ablest lawyers hercwehavc several upon us nnd that many souls may be bers oro heavy aud souud and the belting at Capson & Co. MOST PERFECT MADE. saved, tiling looks anything but inviting, we TreeA pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Do you wear shirts? Carson & ofthe finest physicians located at this will let you know Mr. Editor when it from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. I remain yours to serve, place, together with the best citizens Co's. is the place to get them. is to be dedicated and jou can come Gross Williams. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. to be found anywhere. down and we will take you through Hartford, July 23, 1895. Pretty line of Oelt Buckles again Surrounded as Hartford is with the Wlinl Nonim Nlmnlil Know. it. You will be perfectly welcome to this week at Fair Bors. & Co's. finest coal, minerals, timber, &c, Kvery woman ought to know that The U. S. Oov't Reports stay as long as you please in it. there is an institution in this country Don't fait to get prices on our Rock-- , make it a very desirable place for capshow Royal Baking Powder Deanfield is in the swim, not in italists to invest money to their ben where diseases peculiar to their sex ing Chairs. Carson & Co. the soup; new men arc coming in have, for nearly thirty years, been superior io all others. efit. g Mr. V. G. Reld, Rockport, is every day and all vacant houses are Let every citizen ol the place unite made a special by eeveml of the phy The Kworlh l.fngiie. his aunt, Mrs. W. H. Griffin. being filled up rapidly and it won't be PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY APTBRNOON. and build up the town, instead oi at slcians connected therewith. Thi3 Inlong until you can't have room to ways being in n wranggle over some 3:30 p. m. Devotional Exercises stitution is the Invalids' Hotel nnd Buy some of our dimities and keep turn around, let them come. Rev. E. E. Pate. Music little frivolous question. We cannot Surgical Institute, nt Buflalo, N. Y. cool. Carson & Co. When a man ha s about fiom one to afford such, for "united we stand, Lesson Topic "The feeding of the In treating thousands of cases at that We are the leaders in groceries. &c," and without we unite and all five Thousand." Prof. O. M. Shultz. two qmrts of whisky in him there is famous sanitarium, there have been no room for Christ. Besides the two Carson St. Co. pull together to .build up ths place, Music. perfected medicines which form a regBenefits derived from the Work of are incompatible. we are at out journey's end, and we ular, scientific course of treatment for We will sell our Millinery Goods at There are mcu who think they can had as well throw up the sponge and ofthe Leaguc.-gPr- of Richard Foster. these prevalent and most distressing halt price. Carson & Co. live without the help ofthe Lord and quit trying. ' Have enterprise, do Music. ailments. Price Fair Bros.&Co.,DrcssGoods, something, say something Obedlance. T. J. Morton. Music, sneer at the Idea; yet at the same that will Dr Pierce and his staff of skilled time they can't even live without io per cent less than others price induce; people oloate In our midst. Do Religion nnd Science conflict? specialists, forming the faculty of the calling on their poorest neighbor for them. Everybody Invited to attend. uon t be always crying Haul times, above institution, are at all times a favor and we nil know how helpless get up and hustle, make business Clinching nt Nirnwnl ready to reply to letters from women man Is when death is staring him In linn's TIiIn. The Democratic papers, and nota good, and never lose an opportunity complicated, We ofler One Hundred Dollars re the face therefore wc should be care- suffering from obstinate, bly the N. Y. World, are pointing, to speak n good' word for the place: or long neglected diseases and "weakward for any case of Catarrh that can-nful about how we talk or how we use with great exultation, to a number of Encourage trade, help one another ness," and can be addressed, or conbe cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. our Influence for all of us are exert- sulted nt the institution, free large factories and mills where wages and before long you will hear the of. F. J. CiiENNEY&Co., Toledo, O. ing our influence either for good or have been recently raised as proof keen whistle of the manufactories and We the undersigned, have known bad. Look at the road you are travel- charge. not only that prosperous times are our town will be full of people. When Dr. Pierce published the first f. J. Chenney for the last isyears and ing reader and see where it leads to edition of his work, The People's . M ahead, but that the general Demokellevc him perfectly honorable in all hell may beat the end of it. Moulnliit Iloram. cratic policy was right, alter all. Common Sense Medical Adviser, he Our town and county have been hwlness transactions and financially We are having a good Sunday I am quiet willing to admit that a after 680,000 copies aBde to carry out any obligation made School here now and we are glad to announced that raise in wages is a strong argument of flooded in the last year or so with a had been sold at the regular price low down grade of horses. see the interest manifested there is in Every f the firm. a return of business confidence, $1 50 per copy, the profit on which is not my purpose here to argue month or so a drove of these worthless West nnd Truax.Wohlesale Druggists the care ofthe children and their wel- would repay him for the great amouut It fare in the future. Asa rule people as to what that return of confidence is little horses are brought into our Toledo, O. of labor and money expended in promidst and disposed ol, to the detri- Walding, KInnan and Marvin.Whole- - are too careless about their childue. ducing it he would distribute the next sale Druggists, Toledo, O. dren, If they lose a fat hog or a calf On that issue Republicans and ment of our good stock. It has now million free. As this number of Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- strays ofl they drop all holds and scour half Democrats would naturally differ become so a man with good horses lor already been sold, he is nally, acting directly upon the blood the country until they find it, yet copies has sale has to compete with low grade. violently. now distributing absolutely free. 500," and mucous surfaces ot the system. some don't manifest that interest In What I do want to show is the vast consequently the price is low and he 000 copies of this most complete, infinds no sale at all. When will this Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. their children; but turn them loose teresting and valuable common sense difference between a raise in wages be stopped? Will the people continue per bottle. Sold by at Druggists. like cattle in the spring of the year. medical work ever published the refrom a normal standard, and a small to be gulled into buying these good Who is responsible for this? Now 49 4t raise fiom the depths of an abnormal cipient only being rexuired to mall to for.nothing horse, thereby injuring listen for the devil to jump up nnd him, or the World's Dispensary Medcut. Elrctlon Nailer. say something Listen. If the Democratic policy has been the stock of our county? Will the State of Kentucky, 1 ical Association, of Buflalo, N. Y., of We don't believe in whipping the which j followed as was promised by a people continue to buy them or will County op Ohio. he is President, this little they boycot these people who make It appearing that a vacancy has wagon when we stall on u hill, like- coupon number with twenty-on- e (21) raise in wages over the general standwise we don't believe in this whole- one-ce-nt it a business to dispose of their worth- been created in the office of Coroard prevailing in 1892, 1 wouldfrank stamps to covercost of mailThe last ner of Ohio county by the removal sale denunciation of a man just sim- ing only, aud the book will be sent ly admit that I and hundreds of less stock in our midst? . thousands of others had been wrong, named would be the best plan and from the county of G.C. Westerfield ply because he happens to get drunk It is a veritable medical and that the Democratic leaders and would in a short while rid our county who wa3 elected to that office at the but would rather inquire into the library, complete iu one volume. It andTar- - ot that class of stock, and we would November election 1894 and said of- cause of all, that is the correct contains over 1,000 pages and more their allies, the soon have good horses and the farm- fice being now filled by appointment principle. Some ot you good people than ifl reformes, were right. 300 illustrations, some of them in colors. Several finely illustrated But that was not the case During ers would always find a ready sale at until the next regular election held try this awhile. a reasonable price. in and for said county it is now orderwife told him to curse God, chapters are devoted to the careful Job's 1893 and 1894 wages were cut in all ed that a poll be opened at every vot- die and go to hell. Judging ftom what consideration in plain language, as industries from 25 to 45 yes, even to The ITIlUUjr toiltHt, ing place in Ohio county, Kentucky ie see around us every day there are diseases peculiar to women and their The County Board of Contest corn 50 and 60 per cent. at the regular election November slh, plenty of men who did take her ad- successful posed of County Judge John P.Morwithout Such a cut in wages has not been ton the two nearest Magistrates,Esqs. 1895 for the election of a coroner to vice if Job. didn't; but you get a man the aid of a physician and without witnessed in this country in the memto own to it wilt you, oh no they are C. L. Woodward and B. F. Graves, fill out the unexpired term of said G. ory of the present generation. having to submit to dreaded "examiC. Westerfield, removed and to serve tqo smart, they know too much, very And now that, never mind from met Monday morning to hear the connations" and the stereotyped "local what causes, a small percentage of test arising out of the Whisky Elec- until his successor is elected and seldom that a man confesses to a dirty applications," so repulsive to "the thing, in fact lie never does until he modest and justly sensitive woman. qualified. It is ordered that the Shermills and factories have raised wages tion held in Hartford on June 17, The contestants were represented iff of Ohio county be and he is hereby makes up his mind to quit his devilThe Free Edition Is precisely the to 15 per cent, from the frightful 5 cut of '93 and '94, the Democrats and by Attorneys Glenn & Wedding and, directed to haye a poll opened in ev- ment and do better, then he will con- same as that sold at $1 50 except only that the books arc bound iu strong their newspapers are out with shouts Heavrln St Taylor, while the contest-e- es ery voting precinct In Ohio county fess. Who Is the popular man of were represented by Messrs. Tay- Ky. on the said 5th day of Novemmanilla paper covers Instead of cloth. of "Didn't we tell yon so? Our polilor & McIIenry, Guffy nnd Smith. ber 1895 for the election of a coroner not the one who tries to follow Christ Send now before all are given away. cy is vindicated, after alt!" and be humble and treat his neighbor They are going off rapidly, therefore, The contestants objected to the sit- as aforesaid. Why, even in the comparatively Witness my hand as Judge of the as he would be treated. No, no you do not delay sending immediately if ting of Judge Morton on the ground few cases where wages have been rein want of one. cently raised, the wages are still 20 that the Board was called upon to Ohio county court this July 18, 1895. must be fast, get on a lark, occasionJohn P. Morton, J. O. C. C. ally act the dude, consult the devil to 30 per cent, below the standard of pass upon some of his official acts as on all important occasions; then he CountyJudge.but the motion was over92. will be a hero, they will strew flowers Let us take a case which will cover ruled upon the ground that the law executn his path, the devil and hell will be made it the duty ofthe County Judge to a very multitude ot wage earners. the station at which they will un- ed office. Let us take a case of workers who sit in all contest cases.and makes no load. Look around and see. got an average of $2 a day in '92, that provision for anyone to take his place. Life Is just what we make It, if you would be $12 a week. The average The contestants then filed affidavits I l JL are miserable look over your past life cut in the wages of these operatives setting out that they could not have on and see where you have made your Condensed News, a fair and impartial trial tried before was about 25 per cent. mistakes, don't try to lay it on some Stories, This reduced them to $9 per week, Judge Morton and Esq. B. F. Graves, of your neighbors for that Is an old or about $1.50 per day. and asked that they vacate their seats trick ofthe devil he has been at from Miscellany, Now there has been in some cases which they refused to do. 1895, time immemorial, act honestly,con-fes- s Women's Department, remember it is only some a raise of The contestees then demurred to a up and quit acting like an escaped Children's Department, 10 per cent. the petition and the hearing of the lunatic, say your prayers look, cheer- Agricultural Department, This would give these operatives a demurrer occupied the rest of the day as ful and see if you don't feel like there little less than $10 a week, and they Monday and until 3 o'clock Tuesday, pre- is something in life worth living for. Political Department, are still over $2 a week behind the av- when a majority of the Board sus- of Watch the person who is always Answer to Correspondents, erage of '92. tained the demurrer. f talking about some one dishonestly Editorials, Even in the very few iustanccs An appeal to the Circuit Court was saying they would not do so and so. where the raise has been 15 per cent., immediately taken and the case comes Everything, The one who has such stuff on his it is obvious that the wages so raised up iu August. C. WILL BIJ FOUND IN THK wind and is so suspicious, is speakare still far below what they were in Weekly (oarier-Joarn- al Croquet I'lil) III. ing from experience, they know what '92. Program The Court House yard has been ta Of the Huffs Creek Democratic The Democratic outburst is, theres Sunday Schflol it takes to make a rogue and how to A up in the last few days by the Celebration Newspaper. HENRY WAT- come up with their slick horses or fore, entirely prema ture, and savors ken August 17, '95: croquet players. Most any hour In TERSON. Editor. oi that clutching at straws which exercises ly devils in human shape, Look and 9 a.m.; Devotional day you can hear the sound ot Superintendent. drowning men. characterizes sec for yourself. John the PRICE, gi.oo A YEAR. croquet balls as they are being knockC. Frend, in Music Trades. 9:20; Welcome Address, Lula May The human family consists of The Weekly Courier-Journmakes ed from one wicket to another. There Petty. souls in round numbers, very liberal terms to agents. Sample A Slmullntc Hirer. have been no championship won as 9:25; Response, A. D. Smith. of these only one third aie copies ofthe paper and Premium SupThere are two methods ot teaching yet, but the first place is being hotly 9:35; Relation of the Sunday School properly clothed; 250,000,000 habit- plement sent free to any address. by the "Text Book contested for, and ere the week passes to the character, Revs. G. Westerually go naked, 700,000,000 have on- Write to Copying Process," the other by 'The someone Courier-JournCo., will have achieved first place. field and John Boiling. ly the middle.part of the body covered Patented and Copyrighted System of Louisville, Ky. The game is made up of lawyers, 10; Recitation, Stella Tnunan. only 500,000,000 live In houses, Actual Business from the Start." doctors, teachers, merchants, The Hartford RurunLiCAN and the with 10:5; Comic Declamation, Koscae' live In huts or caves, while From the first you get the theory; will be sent Weekly Courier-Journplenty of onlookers from the people Whittinghlll. itie remaining 250,000,000 have no from the second you get the practice. who have Address nothing else to do. 10:10; Prerequisites of Sunday home or shelter whatever. How does to any address for $1.75. Try Our Actual Practice Methods School Teachers and officers, Mrs, J. thisiStrike you reader, you young Tub Rrpuulican, Hartford, Ky. four weeks, then if you prefer the old none lit l.of Mm. dude with your belt on, drawn around I am ready to buy a very limited R. Maddox and C. C. Carter. plan of copying printed transactions 10:20; History of the Patriarch, G. strawberry short cake or plum pudfrom a Text Book, no charge will be number of sawlogs, I will be in Hartding and such dainties. If some peomade for the trial two weeks, and in ford on Monday and Tuesday of each W. Fentress. 10:40; Prize contest by Prinu.ry ple could realize how well off they addition we agree to give you a full week so far as possible, and would be male and female classes, glad to see any who contemplate cutg were In this world they would be bet(usdiploma course in e ad12; Noon. My ting this season. ter satisfied. If they had to wear n ing the Text Book on 1 p, m,; Character Building dress is Sulphur Springs, Ohio counn nd suit like the one Adam was caught gree to readers pf this of any author you may name) Absoty, Ky. II you can't come to town, Home Influence, J. W. retry, F. 1 V. in, eat crawfish and drink branch walutely Free. paper. write me and I will come to see you. Morton, Ira Lee and Ira Petty. ter awhile they would get their eyes Remember that the Lexington BusAny one sending in a ubscriptlon W. II. Moorr. 1:30; How to secure efficient wor. k open, prosperity is more than some to this iness College Is the only school In tf jwper for one year, accompan-e- d m n ers In the Sunday School, Rev. II. C. people can stand, they need shaking Lexington, Ky., using the Practical by $1.25, the regular price of Tim l'rrnclilnir, Truman and F. M.Pharrls. over awhile. Actual Business System of instructRilPUULtCAN, will be sent free of Dr, Geo. S. Savage, Superintendent 1 150; The Sunday School, Its pri In- - "Early in the n.ornlng Gabrial will ion. charge for one year a copy of The ofthe American Bible Society, will tipals and advantages, W. R. Oldlu blow his horn, im All others use the "Text Book preach at the M. E. Church, South, Weekly Commercial a Then we will have sad time? here Louisville and II. W. Morton. Copying Plan." paper, filled with large next Sunday at 1 1 a, m, aud at 8 p. below 2:50; Prize contest by young lad les For then we wil know, where we will more news than any other metropoli-ta- n The above College is one ofthe ni. and will hold the anniversary School. best of its kind in the South. So, weekly. meeting ofthe Ohio County Auxilia- ofthe Should any reader of this paper de- ry. And we will wish we had obeyed; 3:30: Five minutes speeches, by v Absolutely correct market reports. He desires members of all the when he said, the Lord sire to attend a Business College it churches and friends ofthe Bible cause Thou shalt love thy "neighbor as You can get a tree sample copy of 4; Closing remarks, WJ- - Oldham . will be to his interest, to see or to be present. thyself, why not think over The Weekly Commercial by sending All the exercises will be tatersperetl write the editor of this paper. this now." your name to that paper. To Hie Member it ml FrlentU ol Ilia with appropriate hymns. When we see man with his reason Uoalien llimeli. in yoar money and To our 1'rleniU. almost dethroned from violation of Send Dear Brothers and Sisters: We hope that all who are interested nature's laws," we are forced to exiu helping us to push the circulation Without any knowledge or solIcita claim as did the Veiled Prophet of of Tub RrtruBLiCAN up to what It tlon on my part, the Quarterly ConHere judge 11 hell with Karasson. When lUby iu tick, w. 4ro tor OorictU. should be, will do what they can in ference elected me as your Sunday When ih 111 a, Child, ilie crWI tor OxtorU. all of its power to damn, can add one the way of securing subscribers. curse to the front thing I am. School Superintendent. Now, as to When ihs becuna Wm, ibs vluc to OutorU. Call attention to tbe amount of Wishing you success aud hoping we publish every week, the success of the school, that is with WTa lb hid CtilUrMi, ttui t them CktforU. home news that times will get better we remain write us short aud spicy news you, tccause the work 'will not prosAddress orders to Tint RnrunnCAN, and with great respect, your friend, items trout your neighborhood. Hartfoid, Ky. per without the earnest, enthusiastic Tun Owl. Fair Bros. & Co. Shoe the people. If you need a suit of Cloths come to BUSINESS OUTLOOK THE OWL Writes Interesting fa Deanfield. I HH S mmu vis!-tin- ot post-paid- Free-Trade- rs home-treatme- y NOTICE. Pursuant to above order I will cause to be opened the 5th day of November a poll for the election of coroner aforesaid in each Job work neatly and cheaply at this D ? the voting cincts Ohio in county. Ky. P. Keown, S.O.C. ten-pag- eight-colum- n ' THELOUiSVILLB WEEKLY COMMERCIAL Book-keepin- Book-keepi- ng post-offic- 1 a GET TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE. , - M"4 V lWlw IJb- -k - I minmiiiu.inuuui r Hnrtfprd Republican FRIDAY, JfJI.Y", 26, IBJS- - ELLENDALE FAIR. Kllomlnle is THE l'AIR of the Green River country mid Hie biggest Win. Ropier In Western Kentucky. alms to make It TIIIl FAIR of the State. The grounds are situated in theUden of Daviess county half n mile from Curdsville on Gtccti River and the natural beauties of the place have been so enhanced by this years Improvements as to make Klleudale as the lovers of Paradise pictured by Claude Melnott In the Lady of Lyons. everything Is new, At Itllendale bright and up to date. A new three-sto- ry hotel, n two story floral hall, n large, new poultry building, a new 200ft ndditlon to the Grand Stand, waiting and dressing new office, rooms &c all new, commodius and Everything at Ellen-dal- e convenient. Is new and bright without n speck or fly on It. The new half mile regulation race track is thought to be the fastest in Western The peculiar nature of the ground makes It so. Cyclists say its a daisy. The Floral Hall is an Immense structure of two stories, well ventilated, well lighted nnd beautifully dee orated. The inducements oflered ladies 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 nt least three displays an a $110 Packard organ Is given to the best display in the Hall. The space is free to all and the premiums paid it full. hotel is a large The three-storcommodius and beautiful structure It has every convenience essential to the comfort of guests. The attendants will be well trained, attentive and obliging and the table will be supplied with the substantial fare of the country combined with the delicacies of the season. Dinners, lunches and all seasonable refreshments will be like everything at Ellendale fair and reasonable. In every branch there will be striking 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, Hattford or address the Secretary. Cheap rates on all railroads In West ern Kentucky and excursions from Owensboro to Curdsvillle via the Texas R. R. to Spottsville and from thence by boat to Curdsville. Ads mission 2.scts. Tuesday first day being LADIES unand children DAY, ladies der fifteen years admitted FREE. Ellendale is new, bright complete no back numbers everything up to date. Ken-tucky low that never has any money to pay what he owes, but has money to buy whisky and even to getting beastly drunk while at Indianapolis representing the Odd Follows of this place will do well to settle before the year 1900. Then again that old soldier, who gets n pension enough alone to live in elegant stIe, who dead beats everybody that he can, was kicked out as a membei of Morgan Post, had better pay his nccount at thii office These are only a of the many that mint pay, nnd If any of them wants to "scrap" over the matter, "them's Rockport Journal. our holts, too!" We have a number of accounts on bscn subscription that we have thinking of advertising, nnd will only add our "say" to the above by that If some accounts, which have been on our books for 6 or 7 years arc not paid in d short while, we will devote considerable space to them. In answer to the question how the Twelve Apostles met their deaths, the Toledo 'Blade says: Andrew is said to have been crucified at Patrte, in Achia, but this Is merely traditional. Peter was curcified nt Rome nt the time of the persecution of Chrlstains by Nero. James the Less, according to tradition, was thrown from the Temple by the Scribes and pharisccs, then stoned and his brains dashed out with a fuller's club. John is believed to have died in Ephesus, somewhere between the years 89 and 120 A. D. Nothing Is known of the death of Philip, nor that of Bartholomew. Thomas suffered martyrdom In Persia or India, from the thrust of a lance. Nothing is certainly known of the death ot Matthew. James the son of .ebedee was put to death by Herod Agrippa 1 , shortly before the day of Pentecost, A. D. 44. See Acts, xii, 1, 2. Of the death of James the son ot Alpheus, nothing is known. Neither is there of the death of Jude.or Judas, Lcbbus or Thaddeus (which all seem names of but one person ) Nor is the mode of death known of Simon. Matthias, chosen in the place of Judas Iscariot, is said to have suffered martyrdom in Ethiopia. an itsTMMttWllllt'Jta, H Wrf IT &SmWm pmS S Ell XWa m feH Sf via & IMTFNTf For ortTAIN Insvar and an Ahnrir.t opinion, welta to V II.. srlto hare It ail nuarlr nttr twits' M II In. a linnilkeokat ob. tlmaatrlctlrmnlklrnllal iormntlnn cnnrrnln rntrnl "' now tn tain ihm sont froc Alto a catalogua ot mocnaii-leand sclrnllflol,ookB font lno rrpmrt C1AN N N for BnfantG nnd Children. l'atmts tstn thn nah Mnn A Cp. srid spwilmtlMintneMrjpnllnoAi!irrli;nn, llius ar brottshl wldplr tttnrotlin pittillewlln. out rout tn the inTMiior. This sple txltd row iMutxIweesIr elwranily lllolrtl hasbTfailf worn, in tli n ..,. al jl (i T HIRTY yBttra' of CointoTii. with tlie pntrnnnga of millions of person, permit n ia apenlt of it wlthont Rnoastng. It la nniinestlonnlily tho liait romedy for Infuiita nnd Children tho world lm eiTeir known. Tt la harmless. Children llho It. It trlrea them health. It will nn a the!. llTen. In It Mother hstvo something whloh la a,holutoly aatfa sut.t PCTiotJoallr perfect is ft child's) medlolnc. Castorla, semntwo iararnt rtrCTilalion of Mmnlr roplea snt tie world. llulldlrignrlHion.monthlr jl.K)Mr Klnslo fnalu UlranlL Vl.r lltimtHT rftntStnSotPCAU- nfw llftll pUtm. In ralorn, and iiheinaiapli build trs tonhow too houim, wiih plana,-- cnallin . uu.aa mnl piiu Atl.lrttsia J ..L..1 WUNN St a- - New Win. uul 9iatr ..t IQjWAIKrTE rafesflb SOAR WJIIU iWWfcsWns. ' ' vjvl SiTuV Lightens Labor JV fV I 1 Love so does Of $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. any ens-rt- io so$ijAfCMrymontnrjlfnswirt pites ihreugh us tor tha most mcniorious patent durtra-U-i month preceding I. f 7orar. We aeruro tlio bsl patents for our client, snJ Ih oWecl of this offer Is U encoutsgs lnntort ta Wteplrack of thttr bright IJ'av Al thn ssms urns w wish to Imprtit upon tha puUto tn tscl that Ayw This gr cot clcunorcoincstowomnn'saitl on wnaJwlnv nntl cverv dnv. Male either work a matter of love Instead of tltuilg- - R :ry. Try it. Sold everywhere. K Mwlo only by Castorla allays FeverUhnaci. Castorla prevent vomiting Song Castorla enre Dlarrhcoa and V.'ind Unite. Castorla relieve Teething; Troualo. Castorla onre Constipation and flatulency. Castorla nentrallro the effect of on.rpnr.in acid cast or yolsonnns air. Castorla doe not contain morphine, opium. or othernarcotlo property. Castorla assimilate tho food, rrgnlata the ntomooli and bowels, giving healthy and natnral sloop. ta bottle only. It 1 not old In hulk. Castorla 1 pnt up In any one to nll yon anything clso on tho plea or promlsa Don't allow that It 1 "Just a good " tmil " 17III aarei r every purpose." ona-aL- and dawn without brtaMnf the paufncer'S back, "coflr.bulton," " "nul lock, "bottle, stopper, and a thousand other littk thtnes tan moil any one can find a way of Impronag . andlhei slinpta In.entiona srs the ones that bnnjr Urrett returns to tha author. 1 ry to think ot something to invent. lT'STHBSIMPLE.TRlVIALINVENTIONS THAT YIELD TORTUNES, such as i"m.wlrK)ow"liicheankefsii!)ra!'Kl Tho N. K. Fnlrbnnk Company, HI. IrtMllS. p 9sm&s'mtMfv:mNivwKvvi .TjjstUr'UKU'yiM!1 ' . '! ! Sea that you Tho t IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Tstentt taken out throtich us receive special nolics In tha" National Recorder, ' published st Wsahlajton, V. C ,whkhlilrte neilnewapaperptiWiihedin America furniah s yrat a lub. in the intercuts ot inventors. Knption to this Journal, tic of cost, to sll our cbenu. We alio sdverthe, free of coal, thslnrentiooeach month which wins our $ jo prire, and hundreds of theuunds cf copies ot tha "Nsltonsl Recorder,1 containing a sketch of the winner, and a description of his Invention, will be scattered throughout tha United States among capitalists and manufacturers, thus btingiag to tlieu attention tha merits of Ihs invention All communicauons regarded stncilr confidential. Address fac-atm- ignatpro of dUM viwi?nvsc?BMms-ii&nerawitm- """ I on every 4Ai wrapper. JOHN WnDDERBURN & CO., Solicitor ot American and I'orelcn Patents, Box 385. 618P Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. BEST IN QUALITY; Children ESZSBIS2E Crty gff-f-- for Pitcher's Castorla. ' i Jf) M08TINCUANTITV We are the largest ei Dorter of drltsl lrolt tn the world, aiut the larireat recelrers and ' shippers of both irrcen and dried apples lit the state and get the 'jljrhevt market prices. a. 1 rial eniumrni in iiriiTO lursc iaitii. aaic tin ah wons foriHfurther Information and thin vour trood airntitn wni a We auiiiicaiutT. j to headauarters. Write handle env minfinineffrajnorproauc iinesincxiy onconimiision. HERNDON-CARTER GREEN APPLES! DRIED APPLES! CO., ir.coposTD. Loulsvlllo, Ky. WHITE'S CREAM V Una Inrinll wciurvi Rnmndlne. .lOLD BOTTLE GUARAHTEED. 1J V AI.I. DKUUOISTbV. tntiBDJov lrulitis tn., ST. tons. rnp on YEARS . J EVERY "Bread is the Staff of Life," ,,rvliR,fa0oRoED. e? Ballard's Obelisk pB0negr &j3r. i. s- - wsif m f K4 sented by Repre- W.fLjfi!QriN t t Qt6 wO mi Aiiollic Itemeily. QSThi&BitWli Dissolve alum In boiling water (not too strong,) let the water cool then sprinkle the cabbage well nnd tlie Small Tnvestments. worms will disappear. This is a simKctiirning prosperity will make many rich, but no where can thoy make ple remedy and it is said by those who have tried It to be effective. Try so much within a short time us by successful Speculation in Grain, Provision and Stock. Petersburg Democrat. it The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. rsTntntnr-- J SiW0 ijii- r- t I. !. "T T SI -- 1 FjOFSS FOR EACH DOLLAR DENT ST. Is prepared to dt all ki eds o Dontal work nt reasonable prices. Onice ovtjr J. W. Ford & Co's Feed Store iiilf iiii, TT T T AND THE HARTFORD Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. a . CnllrclliiK Serlil(oiiN at Petersburg!! Bro. Em. Harrell, of the Peters-burg- h News, Is going to collect subscription accounts, or know the reason why. In his last issue he advertises as follows: Account for sale of eight dollars, due on subscription to this paper, on Geo. II. Hughes, of Garfield, Lincoln county, Nebraska. Will be sold very cheap." Em is careful to locate the subscribers so far away that they can't get him with a club Mt. Vernon Democrat. Distance has nothing to do with the matter whatever, and as some of our subscribers in Petersburgh and Pike county will soon find out. Just as soon as we can spare the space we offer subscription accounts for sale on persons from a lawyer in Hopkins-viliKy., to a former agent of Satnn and now in Hades! If a man owes and can't pay us on account of the hard times, we bear him no ill will, whatever; but, on the other hand, will still borrow from our friends nnd meet our bills rather than push some poor, but honest fellow, to the wall. But there are people in Petersburg that must pay us or see their accounts advertised for sale. The subscriber that took the paper ten years paid three dollars, then refused to take it out ot the postoflice any longer, must pay us, no matter If he Is a carpenter, sings Psalms to Tesus; and weighs 200 pounds! Then that other Methodist christian that did the same trick as did the carpenter, who, when our collector asked him for the $7 due us and after showing him a fifty cent piece, and said to him: "That is all the money I have on earth," nnd the very next week sent one member of his family to the World's Fair, and left himself at the same time fur the National Encampment at Indianapolis; must pay us. The fellow that told us tne other day he could not pay us for the reason that he had his money loaned out on Interest, had better not lose any time In paying us for we Intend to ndvertite his account for sale, The fellow that took such a prominent part in the laic big revival, and voted that JtU soul was saved every time he got a chance to vote, and got so drunk at EvRiuvlIle recently that he could not keep 011 the streets and swore that a pasting clcc- -' trie car was the biggest hotel 'bus he ever aw had better pay us that $7 he owes 011 subscription Then that fcl- e, A WnmliifrFroiu tlie I'tilitl. A minister in a neighboring town gives one of his brethren tbefollowing advice. It is probable the minister does not speak as a matterof faitti but of experimental knowledge: "We hereby warn our brother that those bladder-wheelebicycles are devices of the demon of darkness. They are contrivances to entrap the feet of the unwaryjaud skin the nose of the innocent. They are full of guile and When you think you have bro ken one to ride and have subdued its wild and satanic nature, behold it bucketh you offin the road andteareth a great hole in your pants! Look not upon the bicycle when it bloateth up its wheels, for at last it bucketh like a broncho and hurteth likq thunder! Who hath skinned legs? Who hath ripped breeches? They that dally with a diabolical bicycle." d de-c- elt. WOTICE. States interested In the Optnm and Whisky habits to hare one of my booki on these diseases. Address 1). M. Woolley, Atlanta, Oa. Uox 582, and one Trill be sent 70a tree. II1110 you renewed fur 1S037 I wakt every man and woman In the Unite your nberlii-(Io- n Symptoms ing and stiuging;most at night;worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's Ointment stops the itching nnd bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for so cents. Dr. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. KS..r.,lr,i.,r.VAgent8.S75 avatk Ki.lt.tre imltuf IS. IUpl4 PI.SW ak.r. M ali.,a!ltS. a ramll. Una. tulnnta aihi for rlBMj ml srl.l Inrna Vuiti, toll wttSonlw.tlinslh.buSl Bu.a Ifcn 1'llenl Itching I'll ex. Moisture; Intense itch- battna. lb. aiaehlat n "IMPIO IK SUMS I I VvLa..r. W. I', IIAnnlf ON A aA.nll.nh.... of. loililli. 'No broken dl.a.o,v. mua. Oo.i durnblo.warrautto Urtnlar.frr CO., CI.rs an, IS, CnUmbaa, II. Tlie L'liliiilluui if Hint. mousselluc Accordiouiplaited of India silk makes lovely blouse waists In combination with Dresden-flowere- d or china taffetas and challies. A gown of Ivory challie, showered over with, purple violets, has sleeves and under-ar- m forms of the challie, while the front and back of the corsage are of violet de-sosatin-striped accordion-plaite- Indian silk; a yoke is defined with rich lace insertion, nnd three btrips of the insertion droop from the joke to the belt in front, or there may be a yoke of tucked and lawn, swiss or batiste. Dark challies are relieved by large collars of embroidered or batiste, nnd have no other trimming, except a belt and stock-colla- r of ribbon or vetvet. From "Review of Fashions," In Demorcst's Magszlue for August. lace-frille- d d How to Curb Youksuli' Whim: UsiNn It. The tobacco habit grows on .1 man until his nervous system is seriously effected, impnring health, To quit sudcomfort and happiness. denly is to severe a shock to the system, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, becomes a stimulant that his system continually craves. 241-1MEialto Building, Chicago, 111. scientific cure for the tobacco habit in all Its forms, carefully compoundTwo I'll Irs or Joltlni; Ilrollicis. ed after the formula of au eminent A ludicrous incident recently took Berlin Physician who has used it in A his private practice since 1872, withplace in Liverpool. There are two ONB GIVES REtlKP. out a failure, purely vegetable and brothers who parted many years ago You guaranteed pcttectly harmless. when boys, one of them going to . can use all the tobacco you want, T7S7-, America to seek his fortune, and the while taking it will notiHautfokd, Kkntucky, fy you when to stop. Wegiven writother remaining in Liverpool to make ten guarantee to permanently cure it. They have both been eminently auy case with three boxes, or refund and successful in that respect, and not' the money with 10 per cent, interest. ago the brother in America delong Baco-Curis not n substitute, but a Will draw drnlts from a nice, neat scientific cure, that cures without the termined to visit the brother in Engs cottage up to a flue two story aid of will power and with no laud. The timeof the visit was seU cozy house. Will draw plans lreo of leaves the system as tied by correspondence, and the charge. Will make careful estimates pure and freeIt from nicotine as the American set sail. The Knglishmau on nil kinds ot buildings, and remod day you took your first chew or is a notorious joker, it was arranged al old houses. Motto "Live nnd smoke. Sold by all druggists, with our ironclad guarantee, nt $1.00 per that an acquaintance should meet the let live." box, three boxes, (thirty days treatni American as his brother and conduct ment,) ?2.So, or sent direct upon rehim to the hotel. The American, who SEND SIX ceipt of price. was also a great wag, ou the trip deSTAMPS FOR SAPLE BOX, BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. cided to play exactly the same joke Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing Commer- Company, Manufacturing Chemists, on his brother, risking an acquaintance whom he met on the ship to per a Crosse, Wisconsin. cial sonate him for a few licurs. The act - ... Ilia j oil Wimt to Mot Tolmrro. quaintance entered into the spirit of All .Ailtrr HkpiiipiiI in llio iiiifr I You can be cured while using it: the joke, and when the vessel arrived Mortlilunoii flu lllfl', The habit of using tobacco grows on at Liverpool was found by the personSir Inlorral lit I.nillcN. n man until grave diseased conditions Wo offer no apology in placing be- are produced. Tobacco causes cancer ate of the English brother and dtivcu to the hotel. The real American fore you "Tho Ladies Safo Protect- of the month uud stomach, dyspepbiot'aer followed moreleisurly, chuck-lin- g or,' it is absolutely reliable, easily sia, loss of memory, nervous affections, congestion of the retina, and wasting over his joke. In the mean- ndj ustcd, does not become misplaced of the optic nerve, resulting in imCan be worn ami insures protection. while the English brother had also uhen desired without observation or pairment of vision, even to the extent gone to the hotel, bursting with mer- knowledge of another and prevents of blindness, duzincss, or vertigo; toriment over his joke. It happened disagreeable annoyances under cer- bacco asthma, nightly suffocation, pain in region of the heart, folIf you use, it once dull that the two real brother met in the tain conditions. lowed later by sharp pains, palpitawill never be without it. It is lobby of the hotel, and though they you tion and weakened pulse, resulting in when-ove- r fatnl heait disease. It also cures loss had been parted so nuny years, they faithful, safe and reliable. friend needed by special circumstances of vitality. knew each other. At firstwith blank, is an article evrequiring its use. It QUIT IIBPORT, IT II TOO I.AT1!. ntnoement they greeted esch other; ery woman should keep ready lor imTo quit suddenly is too severe a nnd then, ns they explniued their mediate tut). It is simplo to use, and shock to the systcriti, as tobacco to mutual jokes, laughed long nn heart inspire confidence to tho woman us- an inveterate users becomes a stimuily. An explanation in regard to the ing it, It is reliablo nnd scientifically lant that his system continually gentleiunn who had personated them, made, insures protection without in- craves. "Bncocuro" is n scientific and reliable vegetable remedy, guarand who were now, as they imagined, jury to health, anil any good phys- anteed to be harmless, nud which ical would wiy. Wo are of the opinplaying a hugh joke 011 each other, ion that no article has evor been made has been in use for the list 23 years, showed that they also were brothers having cured thousands of habitual who had been separated from boy- which will givo as much satisfaction tobacco users smokers, chewers and hood, bnt who did not know cch to tho women to to day ns "Tho La- snuff dippers. other when they met. The flint pair dies' Safe Protectur.'' The immenso You can use all the tobacco you of brothers hurried up to their sitting 'tales of this article is a substantial want while taking "Baco euro." It Do not will notily room and after the situation had ben indorsement of our claim, jou when to stop. We explained all round, the comedy of tlioroforo experiment with any of tho give a written guarantee to perma-menterrors was pleasantly ended by mi numerous unreliable articles, as it Is cure any case with three boxEnglish dinner both dangerous to health and expen- es, or refund the money with 10 per money-making Baco-Curoisa 2 originated by in. All snccewlul speculator! operate on a regular system. It is a well known fact that I hero nro thousands of men in all parts of tho United Slates who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, mako largo amounts every year, ranging from u lew thousand dollars for the man who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to 850,000 to 8100,000 or more by thoso who invest a lew thousand. It is also a fact that thcee who meke the largest profits from enmparit-ivel- y small investments on this plan are persons wnolivo away from Chicago and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. Our plan does not risk tho whole amount invested on auy trtitle, but covers both sides, so that whether tho market rises or falls it brings a steady profit that piles up enonDOuely m u short lime. WJtrlE FOR CONVIjSCLNG PIIOOFS, also our Manual on success pointers lul speculation and our Daily Market Report, full of Highest refALL FREE. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. erences in regard to our standiug nnd success. 52.G mo For further information address THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, r 00 $ 1- U- invested enn bo mado by our Systematic Plan of Speculation lakcr vambty, j.atk8t stylus, Factory At Wall Paper. ... Trices. ESTSend 6 cts in stamps for samples. Hun's Mop Tobnrro. 642 REPUBLiGAH Hestqual , without goldoctoSc per R'll 8c to 10c per Roll Gold Paper Finest embossetl Fnperi 5c to 30 perR'U E R. BASSETT, ONE YEAR Fourth Ave.Louisvilc.Ky. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN j JE3LXXrtOl?3., HES-ST". Write your name and address on a postal card, send It to Geo. W. Bast, Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and namplu copy of THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to yon. IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP 3UDI.RNLY and don't be .mpocert upon by buying n remedy that requires you to do m: (to it is nothing more limn a substitute In thesud-de- n stoppage of tobacco you must have some stimulant, and in most all rases, the effect 'cf the stimulant, be it opium, uiotphiuc or 'other opiates, lenvts a far worse habit coil's Ask ourliuggtst traded. . It is about BACO-CURO- R I P N S xx LXJOE3. Baco-Curo- M.i Mir o incon-vetuenc- e. Republican HM sunn Subscribe ior The Louisville $1.25 per year. and TWO-CEN- T You do purely vegetable. rot have to stop using tnbac- tMi haco.cOko. it will Your sys nntiiv vntt when to ston nnd vour desire lor tobacco will cease. tem will be as free from nicotine as the day before you took your first chtw written guaratce to absolutely cute tile tobacco or smoke. An irmi-claPrice $1.00 per box or 3 boxes habit in all its forms, or money relunded. 'or le by ftl1 dnigRUt (30 days treatment nnd guaranteed cure.) for fa 50 SEND SIX TWO CENT or will be sent- by mail upon receipt of price. STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. Eureka Chemical & M'J'g Co , La Crow, Wis. St. Paul, Mitiu., Sept. 7, 1S94. Eureka Chemical and MTg Co., La Cross, Wis Dear sirs. I have been n tobacco fiend for many years, and during the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my pliytjicimis told me I :.ffxw. St. .. I I ...-- .. .... I..,a !..I.,.v ,.. leant- trtaajt till- - qn. lUC ItlllSl glVC llll al.. UOC Ul IUUUU.U IUI HIS H.i.V ..v.,,,,, nt ......... "Keeley Cure," various other remediM.but without called . It llis... . a di success, until I accidentally learncuIS your ..St ti" I consldtr mysolf I commenced using your preparation, and completely cured; I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobaccomplexly left me. co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has ft, 111. , . .... AI1 (1 ... .....I wun r. II 1.....1.. ........Ina-I...t .., 1 consiueryour niuiiujr wuuuiui,uu n... .a...j fJMV.III C. W. HoiiCK. Yours very truly, . -i DON'T STOP TOBACCO Office of -- 3 THE PIONEIJR PRF.SS COP.MANY, C. W. Hornick, Supt. t. !.!,.. ..' .-- j.aco-k.uro- to-d- ay y ..1 titnaaw 111 V -- w i I.OIJINVII.MI.Nr. 1.0UIN ATI-.T- . 11.11 daily daily. No. .m. No. si. Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 n 111 6 45 p m 7 45 a m Ky. Street West Point . . 7 as p in 8 25 a m Howard . . . . 7 30 p 111 8 28 a m Willowdale . . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a in Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m Long Branch . . 7 55 P ni 8 53 n m Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a 111 8 13 p 111 9 11 u m Ekron Guston . . , . 8 21 p tu 9 19 a m WESTBOUND ... Irvlngton Webster, Lodiburg ly On account of Ii.iptlst Yoitttfr 18-2- 0, Peo- ple's Union of America ot Baltimore, Mil., July '95, tickets will be on sale to Baltimore at $19 10, and to Washington, D, C. nt 20,60 for the round trip, good until August 5, to return. On sale July iCth and I7tlu II. MiiiuucK, Agent. work neatly and cheaply executed at this oflico. .Job sive to do so. Such experimenting can only risultiu loss of tiine, . 1 1 and dismal failure. Ladies W fi Vtfl should remember this boforo ordering .. M4J.AU other goods and uot wnsto their timo i and money on inferior articles. Tho In " beat is always the cheapest. Tim Ladies' Safo Protector" is sold under a positive guarantee for use for one The mo year, with lull directions and is sont sealed in plain wrapper upon reSi.,, ?itta.ti ia Enty Style ceipt of exprew money order for 82.00 I6T01 d Pictures Copied and Enlarged three lor 88.00. Do not wait but Address, The La at once. A SPECIALTY. Citosm: 8i'i;ua,.ty Co,, La Crosso, 1084 Wain Street'. 0 WEN8DOI10, KY Wis. .8.1 yr. qwV CALL ON 41'-L- disap-puintm- ct yjy it Mfc i:i IisaliFiipsk or-d- cent, interest. "Baco cmo" is not a substitute, but a reliable and scientific cute which absolutely destroys the craving for tobacco without the aid of will tiowcr and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and free from nicotine, as the day when you took your first chew or smoke. Sold by all druggists, atjt per box, three boxes, (thirty days treatment and guaranteed cure,) $2.50, or sent Stanley . , . 11 18 piu ia 27 pm Send 6 direct upon receipt of price. Worthlngton H 25 pm 1235 pm two cent stamps for sample box.Eure-k- a Reads . . . 11 33 pin 124a pm n ak n m 2 Chemical & Manufacturing ComSpottsville , pany, Manufacturing Chemist, La Basketts , . , II 53 ti m 1 a 59 ji m Wisconsin. 46 lyr Ar. Heudcraott uiomii 115 j m , , 8 38 p m 9 39 8 45 p m 9 47 a " 8 55 p in 9 56 a m Pierce Sample . . . . 9 00 piu 10 00 mu Stephensport . 9 09 p 111 10 09 a m Addison 9 14 p nt 10 14 a 111 . 9 17 p in 10 20 a m Holt Cloverport . 9 28 p 111 10 33 a m Shops , . . 931pm 10 37 a m Sklllman . . , 9 43 p m 10 50 n m Ilawesvlllc . 9 54 p m 1 1 02 a 111 Petrie . . . . 1002 p 111 11 09 n m Falcon . . . 10 07 pin 11 15 a m Cayce . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 am Lewisport . 10 18 p 111 11 25 a m Waitmau . . 10 25 p ni 11 33 a 111 Powers . . . 10 35 p m 1 1 43 n Pates . . , . 1048P 111 11 56 a m Owensboro . 10 59 p in 12 06 p m Mattingly . it 09 p 111 12 18pm Griffith . . . 11 14 p 111 1223 p m . . . . . . ... , 830p111930.n1 ... EAST BOUND dialy daily No. 5a. Np, 54. Lv. Henderson , . 7 to a m a 55 p 111 Basketts . . . . 7 34 ni 3 10 p m Spottsville . . . 7 At a m 3 6 ft " 8 50 a m 3 aj p m Reads Worthlngton . . 7 S8 n m 3 30 p m Stanley . . . . 8 06 ix m 3 37 p m Griffith . . . . 8 09 a 111 3 Ji p m Mattingly . . . 8 17 a tn 3 47 p ni Owensboro . . . 8 30 0 ill J 00 p tn 8 40 a in 4 08 p in Pates , . 8 s P ' 4 . Powers . . n 4 9 ! Waitmau Lewisport 9 13 n 111 4 36 p m Cjiyce 9 19 a m 4 42 p m . . 9 23 a in 4 45 P ' Falcon . . 9 29 n 111 4 51 p m Petrie Ilawesvlllc . . . 9 37 a 4 59 P 9 4a n m 5 09 p 111 Sklllman 10 00 n 111 5 21 p m Shops 10 ocit 111 (2.1 n 111 Clovernort 10 ao a 111 5 36 p m Holt . . Addison . . . 10 23 a m 540 p 111 Stephensport . 10 28 a in 5 45 p 111 Sample . . . 10 37 a 111 5 52 p m 10 .jt n ni Pierce , . 57 p in 10 49 a 111 0 06 p tu Lodiburg . . 6 14 p tn Webster . . . ip 57 a tn Irvlngton . . 1 05 a in 6 22 p m Guston , . . 11 14 n m 6 40 p m 1 1 22 n in 6 48 p tu Ekrou . . Brandenburg 11 31 am 5 58 pm 11 39 n 111 7 07 p m Long Branch 11 47 n m 7 14 P tu Rock Haven Willowdale . ii 53 am 7 21 p m 12 02 p m 7 30 p 111 Howard . . West Point . ia 05pm 7 35 pm 12 45pm 8 15 pm Ky. Street 1 00 p m 8 30 p tn Ar. U. Louisville c- - 1UDUK, U. P. A., Louisviue, Kv .... 95 ... 1 "JM rl S