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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895080901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. irBMmptffMKsag Asa" - Wfcf V !ff ( you igot the Wow York rib uno mid Tina REPUBLICAN both for one year, for one dollar and twenty-liv- o cents. JL .Remember Bepfblicm. fe HAVE YOUR OU PAID 111PTI0 II stand with official organ or m nnm .he fourth coN.msiQiui district. The RoDubllcan. Pav un hnd onoyonrln Advnnco find wo Will Bond VOU Thn Lniilnvllln Wookly Commorclnl ono yonr iruo. ouDsariDO aioncOi Will show how you THIS TAG VOL. VI11. OWENS PINK MIXTURE rbn tckthino childrcn. rT.nrr.CTLY HARMLESS, m 1 for 10 y.iri by thoussnJi of moth.ri. rinkMlitursntv.r rtiu to rtlltvs chiMren ol til HARTFORD, KY., JFItpAY, AUGUST 9, 1895. HOT TIMES AT NO. 2. Latest U.S. Gov't Report UAWEBVIl.LE. Recalled By the Re- 'Teething Troubles Doctor! erttcrltit rink Mlslurt tocsuis It If known to contain no opium or oth.r poisonous arur writ, rur circulars lis., boU tr H d.llirs, III 200. no BOO. Oorrits. F.W.FLOYD A CO., Owentboto, cent Death of Hon. Geo. B. Smith. " K. Tom Low, With His Evar Ready RevolVer, Kept $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $iS.ooeTtry month given away to any orewha applies through us far the matt tnentonous pitent dunnf Iht month preceding patents for mir client! Va aecttro ttin and the object of this ohtr is U tucouragt inventor i At the tame tuna we, keep track of their bright Meat with to tapren upn the public tlia tact that Things Turbulent. Fiually Assassinated lu Jrl For tho Good of the Community. of tho Una. Geo. I). Smith, lit Hancock- - county, tecalla a fctiicH of iseiuntlonnl Incidents In which ho figured tlmt liiiny yearn ngo put a stop to the career of one of the worst ilesporndoes that ever terrorlxetl the vicinity o( Ilnucsville. Mr.Sinith was a man of ability, held several county offices' ami was once the rep rcscntativc of the county in the the tuivlUe TIiik-i- , Maj. Kinney know Mr. Smith cry well. In RpeaU'ing ofliis death to a Times reporter he sill : "He originally was it friend n( Tom Tim bt IT 'S TUB SIMPLG, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES,' which can twfaufyslij vp tuchai At breaking the paticnecrs back. and down Muucpaa. "coflaf. button." "nut-loc"bottJ. Itoppcr, and a thousand othci littla thine ihn nmt any one can find a way of Improving , amf these timpla inventions art the net that bnne brgeit ri turns to the author. Try to think of something to invent. Jttnt Uinlh IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS.' Fatrnti takco out through us receive special notice In at Washington, the' National Recorder, I). 0 whrfh is the, De It newspaper ptibtuhfd u America la the interests .f inventors. We furnish a year's subscription to thi Journal, free or cost, to all our clients We alto adirenUe.rie4tf cost, the invention each month wnKn wins our 9isopnfr, and Hundreds ol tnousanas of copies cf tha ''National Recorder," containing a sketch of the winner, and a description of his Invention, wiTJ be scattered throughout the Untied States nmonij caplultsti and miaclaciuren, thus tnflgiog to theu attenuoct the merit of the Invention All com mun cations retarded strictly confidential, Addicts Solicitor r kiii Got our pricos on picnic bills and wo do your work. Bqst work guuranteod.Soo us boforo going Low, a merchant nt Iiwitport. rot far away front Hauesvillc l 6t&P Street, N.W.. Washington, D. C. a small Oox 35 umti ami va tinted for hit TV KtftTtntt ttitareftkitfttr h riltjjrfmf desptrnte courage. Ho cariel u revolver in his packet all the time and was ready at a moment's notice to (TABLESVS1 use it. lie was very .sensitive and oUen while talking with him and BUCKEYE when you were apparently on the best terms with him you would unwittingly say soittcthintr at which he would take offense. Without waiting (CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. for an explanation he would jerk out A SURE and CERTAIN CURE his revolver and begin shooting. It known for IB yonrsaa tho g wa; therefore dangerous to have I BEST REMEDY for PILES, j to do with him. In spite of it all KOMI 11Y AI.I. Illtl'llOIST. r?tiril If li:3At:::H UID C3 . S? MfflJ. though, he was popular with a cer tain class of people and had 'many friends They stuck to him like a leech, even after he had shot n number of people. None of them were Chesapeake Ohio am Southwestern R. R. seriously hint, however, and when the cases came to trial he would he acquitted through personal influence. DCTWCCN Smith and all of his family belonged to the kuownothiug party in 1855. Low was a Democratic leader. AND "One day some men wcie fighting in front of the stoie ofLow.aud Smith separated them. This made Low anALSO gry and he tuihed out and shot at rnoM AND TO Smith. The bullet struck hts susCINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE pender buckle and barely missed killDo not purchase Ticket ing him. Smith was ulso a game NORTH, EAST. SOUTH OR WEST innu and tried to get out his weapou, Until you lure consulted an Agtnt of lh but he was seised by friends and taThen Low was arretted ken away. & and taken to Hawepvllle for trial. , I.IMIT1II1 TKA1N8, The case cameupand Smith waa placl'UT.LMAN MUl'FKT bLUKWiRS, While he ed ou the witness stand. MoDKKN KfltJirMKNT. was giving his testimony Low took . exception at something he slid and T. II. LYNCH, JOHN MCIIOLS, pulling out his revolver Shot at him 3 Oin. paw. Aor. Ota won. times while he was on the witness IUiaVILI. XT. stand He misted his aim .hut Smith felt and broke his leg. Low was seizThe Lexington ed and when he wns searched it was found that he had weapons on him Business College IliJ Ik Beloads in them. with sixty-fou- r (INCORPORATED I sides ho hod n long, iiuirderomJ-looking Howie knile. This, of courje.put Low was released on off the trial. bond, "The next, chapter of the story is brought out by the candidacy ol Cicero Maxwell, who alter ward became a very t) Istinguished man for the office of Commonwealth's Attorney. As soon as it was known that Low was against him Smith came out strong and worked hard for his'fcuccess. Jesse Taylor was his opponent, and dttriug n speech made by Maxwell a paper was read, signed by two farmers, which made serious charges against He arose in the meeting Maxwell. PRACTICAL THE SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. and said it was n lie. The men whose CVmt.eeeii u irA (Ae st ite A t U Cttl'oc ) Iflrbat Olllclal rndorarmrnl. Chr eior names were signed to it came forward thu Luntmonwealib ernur of the Collfge. o( tlte Htate and thn NcrrrtiirT and They said Trroaurvr or tlie Kecurity Trum aud Bafety nnd examined the paper. Vault ts. alffnlnvlta l1ploiuna. orsnero-afHH071i:lKI ll in army liutirtrcdaof they had signed a paper making some atutlnti MrboaeKiilarlvaacgrfgiite charges against him, but that this 1li(iUHAtiiInf ilotlur pur annum 11K 1.U1..N4 KM. Hrurea of tlia leadinc was not exactly what thoy had said. and tualneaa men who ure lis filnd mud patrons. Myatw of nrlnul. Muctlnii Then Maxwell said the man who wrote depart liualiirM Inafrurtloti uel In nmks Umunltni(iual4 by any other plan Low was in one corner bATKMT MI IIIOIIKST AWAltlM. All it was a liar. the tlrat 1'reiniuma, Gold and itronso Motiala and iUhlornu, etc. " l the liilersmllonnl He walked down the of the room. awarded Die B)nUm of Kxptmltlon, lto4tflCerpliiir used In this Collcjie llnd aisle and said in a clear, loud tone r lliialncu lenrlmriit. 15 jvurH pinr 'out iiprlencuibook keep rand expert arcountunt that he wrote the story. Maxwell IIIIJIIINT AAIll) V MOItMPV r.XlMMTIO tu' AtntrlranHyN sprang at him, and Low's hand went and tem nt (shorthand, ' taualit In this n.Hr the lllghftai ft.ndurnueiit In th lort' to his hip pocket, but befote there to tlia iieart of our Hhorthand Urpartiuetit mi x court reporter) from the KUthora of thla nvMe-T ri!lJUAlllY. Niiiirlntendiit iiutntit was any bloodshed the crowd surged ur ItutlHuy untl TrUBrapIi Kyatriu ta in between them and separated them. Nlgl t of It yiara prnrtlcal experience from ri with 0 Operator to Chief Iraln DUpaUhrr I lne In America lariteat Trunk l.nloreI by It was realized that this was not all Operators. Trait Dlapatrhera, HujierlntundPnn and A lead. ux railwuy and telegraph rumpanlii there was to be of it, for Maxwell was Tlie Only Nrlionl In (li Murld owning mid mttiiHlng a uiiuplvte Hallway Hystetn for the not n coward nnd Low was always IIHltA. purpOftH of lining Ha graduates to go dire, to A Godshaw went to Oensboro goiMl poaltlona kh itrartlcal uiratora Next morning looking for n fight. III all MtriMIIviniJAIj INSTHL'CTIO.V departmerrta No Hum Work. SInxweil was rioing over n uriage noi Saturday week to visit his. family. 1 lll.tl with any course renmanshlp, Iluslnau He was alone, far from the town Correspondence Mr. J. K. Tinaley, wjio has been Commercial Law, CHiururmal Arlthinetle and Hpelhng tiuarun(r riaii," sick lor the past few weeks is improv"Our IosiTlonN. for It. nt free Write ItI tO.Mi; ftTUDY. will aava you money Write XT AWAY. ing slowly. 1)78,000.00 MiiAruiiloe that far Inatructlona. Tliorc'a no Innffv. our College la a rfpreaentd, or money n er any need of Mrs. Caroline Chapmnti is sick at IIUILI)tNi. funded. riXUAfcT NKW us, to meet th wearing ciuuiy, itwned, erected and furnished by choline Truast. this writing. of our practical system of liutrnc rMulreoienta which gire only partial roller trr, tJon 1 iirnure Ileal, ft.lerlrlei Llglil, Mr. Wayne Stevens, Kindeihook, at beat, never cure, but often erect ventilation The largest mid moat fettly equlppoa llualueu iulleve llullilliijr Inflict great Injury, Inducing was the guest ot W. A. Humphrey n ituiNuutls. ctrangulatloa JnllammaUon, colleges, whose reanonalblllty UtUAIIK.-oand death and family Sunday week, word retta upon their you only, will tell you inii they wilt glva the raame," or a "mora HERNIA ifM-n0-; Bdgnr Loach is confined to his thorough courae." la " lees lime," or for " lean how lonir atandlnir, natter of money," etc, than It takes to com pi ftp a or of what alio, la PruuJMly room with wire eyes. Ite ware of such claims, emirs with ua liter are) Asia. Illustrated Cutblogue free and permanently cured without tho knllo Addrrw, UC. CALHOUN, Principal, W J Dennett, of Stanley, vUit-e- d and without rain. Another Lexington, Ky. Triumph In Consorvctlvo Surrjory in our community lest week. Is the cure, ot Fibroid and other fFTTlflT)fl Rtv. W. U. Cook has been at home 1 UIllV.lVfJ, varieties, without tho peril the lat fev days. or cutting operation.. U S. Carson, Hartford, was in our PILE TUMORS, hnweverandlaroro. other FUtula. dlaraaca of the lower bowel, promptly cured town Wednesday week. without pain or retort to the knife. Uladdcr. no OTAMT? In the U cruibed, matter how Mrs Malissn Stevens, of McLean imlverliod, 0 1 vll JJ largo, and washed out, f hua nvoldlnjr cuttlnir. county, is visiting her sinter and STRICTURE SLuye,m7ve?lawtaTou,? brothers in this vicinity. olso-whercuttlnir. Abundant Ueferencm, and ramph-KU,Mrs. W. A. Carson visited her obmu dhHaeea, tent sealed, In plain en. vtloiw, 10 ctt. (ctamix), Wohlii's Uiiruf. mother last week. Uuffulo, N. Y. Mahs. IAHY jlEOIUAI. AtUOClATION, JOHN WEDDCRBURN & CO., of American and Foreign Patent, 0INTMT any-thin- LOUISVILLE MEMPHIS. ' C. O. S. W. R. R. i s mBBJm t taj and the place An Isolated one. Just as he passed off the bridge Low stepped from Uhlnd a tree with a ris fit in his h mils He told Maxwell he would hove to re'ract the words he tued or he would kill him. The latter vfin una nut d and things looked sorry for him Suddenly Low turned his lirnd and he saw an old farmer standing tint far away with a rifle leveled it bin heart. He knew the minute he pulled the trigger of his gun tho old man would also shoot. With a muttered curse he lowered , his gun and went away. "Afterward ho sent word to Max well nnd wrote him letters to the effect that he would cowhide him if he did not make the retraction demanded. Maxwell paid no attention to them, and finally Low sent n number of friends to sex Maxwell with n letter in which he made aeVeral 'threats. The attorney turned toward (he Are and threw the letter into it, telling the men IhH was the only answer he had to make The next day Low en me to the town with a wagon load of sixty-simen, all heavily armed. They went to the coutt house, and Low crjed loudly: " IfCu-er- j Max veil is within the sound of my voice let him come out. He is a liar and slanderer.' "George I) Prentice, of the Louisville Journal, tried to settle the trouble, hut it c uld not be done. Finally they went into the court house, and as soon u.i M ixvell saw them coming he jumped oer the bar and made for the door In the meantime his friends had rallied to his assistance. Seeing one of them at the doofwlth a shot-gu- n in hi? hands he snatched it and emptied both barrels at Low. There would have been a free fight and many llyes would have been lost had not Press Martin at this point jumped out and shouted that it was simply a fight between Maxwell and Low and he would shoot any one who attempted to interfere. As the pai ticipants were getting ready for the duel one of Low's henchmen was hidden behind a tree and he fired at Maxwell. The,n Martin dropped him with a well directed shot and yelled that it wan then open for everybody. Low's. men had deserted him ky this time and the Maxwell men were in the majority. They made a rush for Low and the latter fled. He was finally captured and Maxwell proposed that he be given a pistol nnd fjat they fight it out there. Some one insisted that it would hardly be fair, as Low would be cowed with no friends there, and it was decided to place him in jail. After the man was in jail the excitement increased and a mob began to form. I'res Martin stuck to Low and called to sec him at the jail. He went out and argued with the mob, but they were determined to hard the desperado. At last Low said Martin might go out and tell the mob that he would agree not to carry another weapon if they would let the law take it take its course. Tina satisfied some, but Dave Check and a mnn "named Kichs ardsou managed to get into the jail and shot Low to death. The Coroner's jury returned a peculiar verdict. It was justitlable homicide, and went on to say that Low was like n mad dog and was a good riddance- to the community. Hill Anthony vvioto the verdict "Nearly everybody approved it, but there were some who criticiaed Uichardson audit nngeredhim frightfully. There was one atoro where the people and tho loungers were pnrtic ularly bitter ngaiust him, He kept hearlugwhat they had said about him, and at length he one day walked into the store with n market basket full of eggs ou his arm ami a cigar in his mouth. He lenned against the counter with a smile ou his fatfe, mid then, taking the clgarfrom His mouth he touch ed olf the fuse of the infernal niachiue that was covered by the eggs iti the basket. There was a frightful explosion that blew out the side ol the store and ruined everything in it. The only man hutlwasltichardson, the inventor of tho machine. It was the first machine of the kind ever used in this State, and probably one of the first over invented. This ended the troubles that had been brought about by Low, and there has been J peace over since hi Hnwesville. All ol the participants who survived were prosperous and good citizens," j x d - nu LINCOLN'S EOSTOFJFIOE. Highest of all In Leavening Power. l'HUJ'.iitlWAAJj K.Xl.OUFFr. 3-utt- 3r jAKD, B, Shown By thpRocordn of tho DbpartmouttoBo in Acronra. A curious bit of tin rt muled history involving tho mmfc of Abrah 1111 Lincoln wns unearthed by C K Gardner, Sixth Auditor of tile Treasury Department, the other day .lays the Wash- aM7 fcj Baking Absolutely pure 3&S2353 WWMVfal LARGE FEET. W ill practice 111 all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Huporior CollCourt and Court of Appeals. ections ami ull legal business attended to. Office 320 . Market St. 0- attorneys ffit gfnw, aisirtrord, acontiijlcy. 6c Klngfc. J). HINGO THROW ir me Ora-ln- n, o. An offer of one thousand dollars was recently made by a Washington antiquarian for a sheU ol paper upon which, twenty-nin- e years ago, Abraham Lincoln allowed a shoemaker to trace the outlines of his feet This paper is now in New York, in possession of theoriginal owner's son, who says he would not part with it for any sum of money. The sheet is about twelve or fourteen inches in size. Not since "The Auglomaniacs" The son ot the presidential boot I113 there been so clever a society maker told the story of the tracing of satire ns Henry Fuller's "Pilgrim the diagram as follows: Sons," which is published in the Au"Mr. Lincoln was troubled with 1836: gust Cosmopolitan The problems tender feet. At that time my father Total net revenue during the above period $380 89 involved in woman's use of a bicycle was keeping shop in Washington, Collection drafts paid . . . . 132 26 arc so startling and so numerous, un- and was locally known for a certain der the rapid evolution ot this art, style of easy fitted shoes, his own Balance due JS248 63 that one welcomes a careful discussion make something after the pattern of A draft for the above balance was of the subject by so trained a mind the common. senseshoe worn drawn ngainst Mr. Lincoln and his nnd so clevera writer as Mrs. Reginald today. Lincoln sent for my father, sureties under date of May 20, 1837, dr Koven. The Cosmopolitan illus and when the latter came the former in favor of William Carpenter post- trates Mrs. de Koven's article with a said: master at Springfield, and under date scries of poses by professional models. " 'I understand you make shoes big of June 14, 1836. Carpenter acknowl-edfA new sport, more thrilling than any enough for five toes?' the piymenfof the draft, as is known to Ntn-romore dangerous "My father modestly admitted that evidenced by the following letter: than was ever experienced by even such were his pretentions. Postoflice. Springfield, III. June 14, a Buffalo Dill, is exploited in the " 'Well,' went on Mr, Lincoln, 'if 1837. Sir Inclosed you have the same issue in an article on "Photosuch is the case I want to give you an receipt of the payment of tlia draft of graphing Big Game in the Rocky order.' Abraham Lincoln, late postmaster at Mountains," before shooting. The "Lincoln then recited the tremble New Salem, which I hold subject to idea that ten cents for The CosmopoN he had had with shoes.Hehadapecul-iarly-sHape- d the order of the department. Re- itau means inferiority from a literary foot, and certainly could spectfully, your obedient servant, point of view is dispelled by the apnot be fitted in any store handling WILLIAM CARPENTER, P. M. pearance in this number of such ready-mad- e goods. Then, too, he deWhy Mr. Lincoln was removed writers, as Sir Lewis Morris, Sir Ed- clared, he was tired of his shoemaker, whether lor oflensive putisanship or win Arbold, Edgar Fawcett, Tabb.W. and wanted a change. whether the resignation was volunt- Clark Russell, Lang, Sarcy.Zangwill, "Then Lincola took off his boots aryis not explained by the record. Aguess Replicr, etc- - Nor can we en- and I )Ilowing mv father's instructNeither is it said how he happened to tertain the idea of Hamilton Gibson, ions he stood on the paper while the be $248.63 bhort in his accounts with Denman, Van Schaick, Lix,Sandham, shoemaker traced with a pencil the or whylheaccount ran etc., figuring as the chief artists of a thedepartment outline of the presidential pedals. ran over so long. That it was satis single month's issue. This sheet is the one for which I refnctoriiy paid in the end, however, is cently refused one thousand dollars fully shown by the record. TiieAiiiinnl Trip to Old Point Com in cash." lorl nnd the Nenaliore. Abraham Lincoln was considerably DcnTiir Cniiiint lie Curei! The regular Annual Excursion to by local applications as they cannot Old Point Comfort inchargeof Mr.W. over six feef, in height He had a reach the diseased portion of the ear. A. Wilgus, S. P. A., will be run very large foot The dimensions are There is only one way to enre deaf- Wednesday, August 7th, via C. O. & marked in lead pencil on the sheet as ness is caused by an inflamed condi- S. W. nnd C. & O. Railways, from follows: tion of the mucous lining of the Eu- Beaver Dam on regular train leaving Heel, across instep.left . . . stachian Tube. When this tube is at 3:38 A.M., connecting with Sea- Same, right i4;in inflamed you have a rumbling sound shore Special, which leaves L. & N. Instep, left 9?f In br imperfect hearing, and when it is Union. Station at 1:30 P. Al. The Same, right iojiu entirely closed. Deafness is the result round trip rate to Old Point Comfort At small toes', left 81n and unless the iuflamntion can be 8in is only 515,50 and the tickets are good Same, right Length, lea and this tube be restored to its until August 29th, with stop-ovuin Same, right normal condition hearing must be privileges returning only. destroyed forever; nine cases out ol Thus it will be observed that'Mr. This trip surpasses any offered the twelve caused by catarrh, which is traveling public wheti you consider Lincoln's right foot was half an inch nothing but an inflamed condition of the small expense, and the many de- longer than his left foot. This, howthe mucous surface. lightful diversions offered. Grand ever, according to shoemakers, is nothing out of tne common. There We will give One Hundred Dollars and beautiful scenery, invigorating: for any case of deafness, (caused by mountain air, ocean was also an enlargemnnt of the great catnrrh)that cannot be cured by Hall's voyage, palatial entertainment at the toe joint of the right foot This came from poor shoes,, worn on other occasCatarrh Cure. Send for circulars; free. Hygeia hotel, and a visit to the Capiions. F.J. C118NNY& Co., Toledo, O. tal, if desired. Mr. Lincolu's order called ior a pair BfiTSold by Druggists, 75c. The low rates of $2,50 per day has of lace shoes', made of fineFrench calfbeen secured at the Hygeia for all skin. He later1 ordered boots aiid Offered Free! who go on this special. Every attenbutton shoes, but preferred laci shoes Officb Pnn National Dank, tion and courtesy will be extended to Masiivillu, Tlnn., April (, 1895. to any other. He liked shoes with a ladies without escorts. Choice of 1' Dradoiioh, rRrs.DBACOliOK'al'RAC- FllOP broad, flat sole and a low, wide heel. TICAL BUSIHIiSS COLLbOB, NASIIVIU.,TEN.f . Richmond routs returning, between Dear SIR : The time for which you deposited N. Y. News. aa a forfeit under and Clifton Forge, will be given, enJ100 three months ago proposition to srlve f too to any charitable abling those who desire to visit Lynchustitutlon in Nashville andlioo to any Dusioess Home nnd Abroad. College aouth of theOhio River, if you could not burg, Natural Bridge and otherpoints show more written applications for Bookkeepers It is the duty o( everyone, whether Stenographers during the PAST F1V1I of interest. and at home or traveling for pleasure! or MONTHS than any other Business College south of the Ohio River could show In the PAST PIVK Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 for business, to equip himself with the has this day expired, and, no demand YltARH, having been made, the same is now held subject berth, Louisville to Old Point, to be remedy which will keep up strength to our check. Respectfully, W. I'. Dano, Cashier. occupied by one or two persons, and and prevent illness, and cure such ills N n A certificate of deposit for the above as are liable tocouieupon all in every-- , wn.publltlirdln the dally papers of Nashville, application for sleeping car space the CiKctMuatti Knqutrtr. the Atlanta Conttitu should be made at once to W. A. thy life. For instance, Hood's Sana-parlll- a tioH, and thirty thousand circulars, giving the as a general tonic, and to keep Wilgus. Hopklnsvlllc, Ky. For fur-titcollefrea three months' time to accept. Vdil? AmiriMH, April, lip. particulars address as nbove or the blood pure and less liable to abWrite Pbof. J. V. Dbauuuon, Nashville, Tenn., or uis tree uuaioguc. O. & S.W. Railway. sorb the germs of disease, will be well call on Agent JL- nigh invaluable. Change of drinking luua fur I'riitccflon. Old Lochs. water olten causes serious trouble, esThe Republican State Convention of The work on the Locks is getting pecially if one has bean used to spring Iowa adopted the following platform along slow at present. There seems water in the country. From a few July 11 to be a great deal of dissatisfaction drops to a teaspoonful of Hood's "We, the representatives of the Re- between the employees nnd two or In a tumbler of water will publican patty of Iowa, reaffirm our three of the bosses. There seems to prevent the water having any injurinational party from its birth has steadbe but one boss on the job that is ous effect fastly proclaimed in the face of an ever liked and that is Mr. Harris, the boss Hoods Vegetable Pills, as a cathshifting foe. We congratulate the carpenter, who I will say myself is a artic, cause no discomfort, no disturpeople of this country upon c idences perfect gentleman. The men seem to bance, no loss of sleep, but assist the n of returning prosperity and rejoices in think that Mr. Hall and Mr. digestive organs, so that satisfactory theexUteuce ofthe labo r will have to be better to the results are effected in a natural and upon a prosperous basis. In the rec- men or give up their Job. Some of regular manner, ord ot the building of our industries these hot days has caused several of under Republican policy, their paralmen to drop out. They were pushed Good Reading Free. ysis under Democratic power, and so herd they could not stand it. Besides giving our patrons one of their revival with the repudiation of The Democrats of the Livermore tne best papers in tne state, we nave the Democrats and the dissolution of precinct held a convention last Satur- made arrangements by which we will send either one of the following pa. the Democratic House of Representa-- . day week for the purpose of instructpers together with Tub tives, aucceeded by one elected upon ing delgates, but the vote tied and for the price named. Remember when the platform of the Republican party, got into a general muss and the deles you pay up for Tint RitrunuCAN and one year in advance you nre entitled the vindication ol the policy of Pro- gates went away unlnstrncted. tection is complete. The Democratic There was quito a large crowd spent to one of these papers at the price named: party Is convicted of obtaining poper the day plcntcing here one day last New York Weekly Tribune . 1.25 in 1892 tinder falsa pretenses. II. A. L. In its week. Louisville: Weekly Commercial . 1.25 platform it declared the principle of Home and Farm 1,25 Protection to be unconstitutional, and Weekly Courier-Journ1,75 in its campaign it denounced the polCosmopolitan Magazine , . . 2.25 icy as robbery, But with complete Commercial Appeal 1.30 power in iti hands Its law makers Address all orders to, have utterly failed to carry out the TlIK RljrUBMCAN, policy to which they were pledged. Hartford, Ky. It is a farcical pretense for the Demoparty to claim credit now for a cratic The U. S. Gov't Reports measure from which nine months ago President withhold his approval show Royal Baking Powder its and diiioiiuced ns a humiliating abaii- superior to mil others. ington Pott. The Sixth Auditor's office handles the accounts of the nnd it appears Department, from the records of that department that Mr. Lincoln, for the space of 3 years held tlici responsible position of. Salem, 111 , an ofpostmaster at fice that transacted a business of something les-- l thnn$too per annum. I'utthermore it from the records that Mr. Lincoln was, for some reason or other, short in his accounts, and that the balance was fi nnlly made Rood by him after a draft for the amount had been made against his sureties. The record of the Post office in the matter is as fol lows: Statement of account with Abraham Lincoln, Postmaster nt Njw Salem, III , May 27.183J, to September 30, Post-offi- donment of their cardinal principle. LINCOLN'S "The Senate bill, substituted for the Wilson bill, is not a measure which - w rtwrs the Republican party would father. It reduces the revenue upon luxuries, a method of levy more eflective tliau any income tax; it restores taxation to sugar, a necessity in every home; it reduces the wage rate in many industries in which labor is the chief element of cost; but it maintains in many of its parts the principle which tht- Democratic party declares to be unconstitutional. To claim credit for abandoning its own policy and adopting the principles which it has denied." - A Bootmakor's Diagram ot OWENSBORO, KY. Thorn lor Which $1,000 Will practice his profession in Daviess Has Boon Itolusod. and adjoining counties. Special attention LAWYER, given to collections. of Commerce "W LYTLE, Bank Building. Office, Jna.N. Olrnn, J.H.n. Wedding, LAWYERS, UAKTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's Basaar.) . GLENN &WEDDINR. Will practice their profession in al. the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. oraraaes .A.. Smith. HAitTFonn, d Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, hnd court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of puri'ii ky. f square. M. L. rail-split- ter Heavrin. HEAVRIN S11EI.BV Taywr. & TAYLOR, attorneys & Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Wester'field, Attorney at Law. BEAVtaDAM, Ky. r: r. wedding Attorney at Law, Haetford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, TOom 20, Hartford IIouBe. OT. H. BAKIVTKS ATTORNEY AT J4in iaiu counties and" Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri cial Hotel. Hertford, Ky. practice WILL courts of hw profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining Lj Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFOKD, KY. Will practice his profession in , th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him. Office in RepubS? surf-bathin- 11 1 $200 T lican Building. 9. Attorney :m:. y courts' Of Ohio add adjoining counties. Careful attention will lin niunn In al business entrusted to his caro. Col lections a specialty. Office ' With the county Attorney. Also Ntftary Public HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profession in all th at Law, Attorney T. L. K'OC3-1l-p?f-J UHEENVILLE, Law, at KY. hi H A'aM-vil- er a Will practico his profession in all the courts of Mublenborg and adjoining counties. Special attention will be given to collections and all busiaess entrusted to his care. Office, a out doOr below postofHce. (Cbtmfy AUvniqj) lla Attorney at Caw, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office iu Courthouse. Plan-niga- HARTFORD, KY. SPECIAL attention given to Attorney at Iaw JNO. B. WIL30N, making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Publio for Ohio County, uuice norm siue 01 puoncspure. J. R. PIRTLE GsfSS M Wo have tho largest circulation, but want more. RememLouisville cial ono year. .... & lit Jk ber $1.25 gote Tho Republican and Commer- DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and, all kinds Prices, most of.Dcutal Operations reasonable. Office over Williams & IkU's Drug Store. jsyyauLsj IITP-H- " - m -- - Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVE11Y FRIDAY M0I1NIN0 OArr. Cox Is hcraldcJ to' tfio world m an opponent to Senntor Blackburn and Frco Silver. ended one of his most bombastic oratorical gyrations In his speech Monday with the declaration that the "snrvivest of tho fittal is n foregone conclusion." Next. jo. ii. nour.iM r.nior. Subscription, $1.26 por yonr. Friday, August, g, 1895. HAM A. ANIICnsll.V l'roprleior. Jakk Rowk REPUBLICAN 11 CE. The Missouri Democratic Monoy && rcrocrercTv Contention which convened nt Pcrtlo Spring, Mo., 011 Monday declared uncompromisingly for Frco Silver. Dick Bland is still in tho saddle in "Old Mizzoury." RtcitARi) SuTEit, a brother to Mr. R. Lee Sutcr, n prominent Louis-villattornoy, killed Harry Kelly nt Frankfort Monday evening. Tbo killing occurred in a saloon and on mo Bamo nay at almost tno same hour a father and sonnt Vcrsailcs wero killed by a man who was just ending a drunken debauch. The saloon produces tho same product every where. It is neither respecter of per. sons or places. o X TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOG CABIN. Republican State Central Committee recently adopted the Log Cabin as the emblem to be placed upon tho Republican ballets instead of the Eagle against tbo uso of which the Democrats were about instituting Tho Log Cabin is an injunction. tho emblem adopted by tho old Whigs in the campaign of I84O and tho sugTo vote tho gestion was found here. Republican ticket stamp the X in the space below the Log Cabin. The Dn. A. D. James, of Penrod.Muh-lenber- g Republican Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY. of Garrard county , Lieutenant Governor, WM. J.WORTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, HAM H. STONE, of Madison county. Secretary of State, CHARLES FINLEY, of Whitley county. Treasurer, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. Attorney General, JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, of Butler county. Supt. of Public Instruction. W. J. DAVIDSON, of Pulaski county. Rigister of the Land Office, CHARLES 0. REYNOLDS, of Fayette county. Commissioner of Agriculture, LUCAS MOORE, of Marion county. Railroad Commissioner 1st Diet. JERRY R. PORTER, of Hickman county. For State Senator, DR. A. D. JAMES. For Representative frcm Ohio County C. M. BARNETT. For Coroner, L. W. HUNT. SPECIAL NOTICE. Wo have made repeated appeals to subscribers who are in arrears with us; some have responded cheerfully and paid one year in advance, others have paid no attention to our notices. To all ilicto who have paid we aro very thankful, to those who have not paid, we afk you again to call or send in that inscription account you owe, Wc ore at a great espente every week and MUbT have what is due us on subscription. Look at the label on your paper and you will tee Low much you are indebted tons, and don't rest until you havo paid it off. Your subscription account is just as essential as any account and you ought to pay it just tho tamo as any other account, and you will confer a great favor on us by paying AT ONCE. riots in China resulted in the burning of an American Mission and in other outrages. was unanimously county, nominated for Stato Senator on Wednesday by tho Republican Con vention at Greenville. Tho nomina tion is equivalent to an election, but Dr. James will make an activo canvass and will roll up the biggest ReWhen your child is eating an aps publican majority ever received in Ohio county can well boast of her the District. Ho is an able man and school interests. Represented as she pic or a piece of bread put one of Dr. will make a faithful champion of tho is by some of the best schools Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if there is any constipatton there it will people's interests. in the state, she stands pass off just as easy. All dealers sell ahead along the educational lines. them at 25c a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin Some genius with a taste for figHartford College has always been the &Bro. ures and plenty of leisure at hand pride of the county.but it now has n has prepared the following statistics formidable rival in the Beaver Dam which show the United States to bo Seminary and Commercial Institute. the best country in world for law- A few years ago the faculty secured yers. His researches apply only to the service ol Prof. E.R. Ray.a teachcivil actions and he says that tho av- er of much ability, and since that erage number of suits for the last ten time the school has been constantly A Reyears is as follows: England, 1,250,-00- increasing, until it ranks with France, 750,000; Italy, 1,400,-00- the best schools throughout the Germany, 3,30O,C0O; the Unit- country, both lor good management and number of students in attendance. ed Slates, 5,500,000. Prof. Ray is a graduate of the South The Owensboro ilasenger ol em Normal College, ol Mitchell.Ind., Wednesday says: "Tho opposition nnd is a refined, christian gentleman, Candito Blackburn has succeeded in nomi- wen iiKeu uy an wno know mm, a To nating but four men Violett, in fine educator, and a man of first class Franklin; WicklifT, in Ballaid and habits. He will have aasociated with him as this year Carlisle; Wills in Clarke, and Cox in Prolessor J. H. Condor, of OrOhio. nil. JAME.S I'.VVNI.MOI'NI.Y CHOSEN', If Ccx cWar againil leans, Ind., who is a graduate of Or twclyle difcaUd." In leans High Schools, afterwards conPursuant to call the Republicans tho same article in speaking of a tinued his studies in Asbuty College. number of Democratic nominees the He taught four years in Orleans of the 7th Senatorial District, met in Metuvgcr uses the expression "all of Schools and as principal was eminent- convention at Greenville Wednesday to name a candidate for the office of whem, tow Ccx, 0 Ohio, are reasonaly successful. He is a modest, humState Senator. bly sure of election. ble, refined christian gentleman and Every couuty was represented by a will be quite an addition to this al- good-sizedelegation. Before the ready popular institution ol learning The Coiirar. Jctirnal ol Wednesday convention was called to order, Judge containban editorial of nearly four and and wc speak for him a hearty W. S. Taylor Republican nominee columns in length, in which Henry welcome and a pleasant stay among for Attorney General, nddressed the Watterson attempts to explain away the hospitable people of Beaver Dam. audience on the issues of the day. The Intermediate Department and tho fact that the Democratic party At 3 o'clock Dr. Rhorer called the g and Shorthand will be body to order and has outlived its usefulness, that Henannounced that ry himself has turned a somersault in charge ot Miss Lula Walker, a nominations were in order for tempor clear and clean on tho money ques- teacher of several years experience, a ary chairman. Judge Jno. P. Morton graduate of the Lexington Business was unanimously tion and that the Louisville papers chosen and presidCollege. Having had considerable ed to the satisfaction of the assempersecuting Jo Blackburn. are Miss blage. experience in business aflairs, Sam A. Anderson was electThe mission of the Ccviier'Jtutnal Walker will be able to teach with ed secretary and the convention prohas been ever to cover up the truth, skill and will give general satisfaction but here of late and in the present if education and a thorough knowl- ceeded to business. It was moved and seconded that a instance it has not been successful. edge ol her work counts. committee be appointed on creden Altogether Beaver Dam Seminary WnitE our fellow citizens from the and Commercial Institute is a good tials and resolutions, which commitrural districts who are taxpayers of school and will open this year with tee was follows: Credentials: Newt Belcher, D. M. Hocker and W. H. this great county aro in town during brighter prospects than ever before. Fortney, which reported as follows: Circuit Court let them tako a careful "That wefind that each of the three Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is unbiased look at the condition ot the new and original in style ol package committees, of Butler, Ohio and Muhcounty's property on Court House and medicinal qualities.' It ii not on- lenberg are present by duly authorized Square. Then it would be well for ly a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but delegates. Adopted." them to speak a word or two of ex- is'guaranteed to give satisfaction as Committee on Resolutions composhortation to the several magistrates an ointment for old sores, piles, etc. ed of W. S. Taylor, E R. Weir and throughout the county, so that these Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Sam A. Anderson, reported as folofficials who are anxious to do their lows: UulaeiiuerryNliiiii. duty may know tho feeling of the enResolved, That the Republicans Last Tuesday evening at Fordsville in convention assembled tire people on the subject of improveof the 7H1 E. E. Quisenberry and Miss Vir- Senatorial District hereby ment, and may come into the Fiscal npprove ginia Stum were united in the holy the platform adopted by the RepubliCourt in October with a definite idea honds of matrimony. Theseare both not only of what the necessities of popular young people whose pros- can State Convention last June in the case may be but of what the peo- pects in lite are bright and they enter Louisville. The reports of both counties ple demand. upon life with the best wishes ol were unanimously adopted. scores ol friends. Mr. Qnisenberry is Col. C. M. Barnett was called for Foit come time the little Owensboa prosperous young business man ol wuile committees were out and made ro iltmnger has been a tborn in the Fordsville. a neat little speech, which completeand its side of the Cowin-Jcvma- l Tub RnrujincAN yesterday carao It was their permanent home and in possession of n very interesting here they are all hurled. October 16, 1845, John Robcy marrelic in tho way of a copy of an extra of Herald Russcllvillo bearing ried Miss Sarah II. Chambllss.daugh-tc- r of Robert Chambllss, Sr., of near tho tho dato of Aug, 18, 1858. The extra is devoted to tho news of tho the Falls of Rough, lu Breckinridge successful laying of tho first Atlantic county. Of seven children four nrc Cable. The document is too lengthy now Uving,oue son and three daughters. The sou, Samuel P. Robcy, is to bo inserted in this isauc.but will nn nttorney-at-law- , nnd the daughters next week. are Mrs. Anidnda II. Keown, wife of Calvin P. Keown, the present Sheriff Some persons aro silly enough to of Ohio county. Mr. Mary 1$. Truassert that S. K. Cox as tho Demo man, wife of William C. Truman and cratio camlidnto will capturo tho Re- Miss Alice Roby living on the farm publican soldiorvote.Of such wo will with her mother nnd brother. ask why they expect such n rosult. Mr. Roby when a small boy was Is it becaueo Mr. Cox exerted himbaptized into the fellowship of the self in rushfng to tho polls last No OldSchool Presbyterian church and In vember to get to cast his voto for nil, alter jears he carefully studied the or any ono of tho tour old soldiers on scriptures and his religious views tho Republican were always sustained by passages ol ticket? Echo NO. Voto for C. M. Barnctt. indisputable divine testimony. He was a generous and kind husband and Whenever a druggist tells you he father, a good and intelligent neighhas something justasgood forcoughs, bor, a man of much influence in his grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PincTar lions commualty nnd had but few If any ey don't you believe tt, for wc guar-an- te enemies. that is is not true. We make On the evening of the 2nd his rethe genuine and authorize all drug- mains followed by a large concourse gists to guarantee it. The K. E. of sorrowing relatives and friends Sutherland Co., PaducaU, Ky. were taken to the graveyard on the farm of Richard A GOOD SCHOOL. religious services V. Wells where, after by William Greer, a christian neighbor nnd singing by BoavorDam Seminary and the Wesley Chapel choir, they were laid to rest in . the Roby section of Commoroial Instithat hallowed spot. Fonntis. tute. np-pe- ar nns-we- rs Grimball, Sara Grccnlcaf Frost, Ella Ogler Wagnor, Lula Jackson, Marga- MAY LOCATE. ret Virginia Jenkins. Compliments of 2 Birthday cake. Captain Potyer and Ilerr Slott. Miss Taylor. 3 Cutting the cake "Our 4 Toast nnd original poems. Sweet Kentucky May" Miss Grim-ball. Republican Daily a Possibility for "Lines to M It. T: Miss Frost. We give below the original pocm.n parody on "Old Kentucky Home" by Miss Grimball: To Miss Taylor. Compliments of July 20th 1895. Elizabeth Grimball. OUR SWEET KENTUCKY MAY. The sun shines bright for our sweet Kentucky May 'Tls summer nnd the world's in bloom , The good ship flics and we are merry . and gay ( Aud we'll make music free from gloom. 5 Sigh not now ladies Oh, sigh no more For we'll sing one song For our Sweet Kentucky May For onr sweet, our sweet Kentucky May. May true hearts beat for our Sweet Kentucky May And our love like a glory fall around May our thoughts and our wishes be all for her And the dearest of friends e'er sur round her. y her. Miss Frost's poem is here given: LINES TO M. E. T. Sailing o'er the dark blue sea, May this be a happy day to thee; Let oil remember with song and DISTRICT mers mild, And be once more a frolicsome child Playing blithely till day is sped, Then hushed away in thy cradle bed. The cradle where now thou art soothed to sleep, Is the bosom of the mighty deep; Thy watchers are the mermaids, kind, Thy slumber song, the voice of the Earth. Cans't thou not look back o'er The day. thou carcst from Heaven to sum- mirth, CONVENTION. y 0: publicans Gathered at Greenville Large Body of nana. So banish care from thy soul away, And be happy on this, thy natal day; Not often amidst the rolling years, Is it spent between two hcmlsheres. Sara Grkrklr.u' Frost. July 20th, 1895, Vice-Presid- ent Nominate a date for for State Senator. Blah-lurnJew- Both poems are very pretty and display the exquisite gool taste ol the young ladies composing them. Miss Taylor will visit Spain, Italy, Switzerland and other Continental countries and return to America about the latter part of Septemler. d Type-writin- Tone o lilrn How nicely Hood's Sarsaparilla hits the needs of the people who feel all tired out or run down from any cause It seems to oil up the whole mechanism olthe body so that all moves smoothly and work becomes delight. If you are weak, tired and nervous, Hood's Sarsaparilla is just what you need. Try it. Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion. Whenever the little children, the ladies or the big men want something to regulate their liver or cure constipation and biliousness, Dr. Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets is what they must have. They cure and you never feel it. Purely vegetable. 25c a vial. 'A, Wayne Griffin & Bro. Tho tnx ynu owo tbo Stato and County lor tho yenr 189J5 is now PAST DUE and MUST bo paid AT ONCE as both State nnd Couuty'nro in urgent need of every cent duo them and nro demanding payment from me, which pnyment 1 cannot make without your aid. I hope and bcliovo you will not longor delay paying what you owe and thereby forco mo to levy on nnd sell your property, asbyn little diligonco upon your part, the trouble nnd oxpens of a levy and salo can be avoided. If I nm, Mr. Ilnruell. by your neglect foroed to make a levy The Mountain Echo has the followand sell your property, I .trust you ing concerning the Republican nominee lor Representative from Ohio will not blnmo me, for as your servant nud SherllF, I nm compelled to County: The Republicans of Onio county meet the domands made upon me, than you expect of have nominated Capt. C. M. Barnctt which is not for the Legislature lrom that county, mo, and for which purpoto you olecU while the Republicans of Morgan ed me. Noithor I nor my deputies NOW have nominated Hon. W. J. Seitz to represent that district in the next have the time to spand in calling on Legislature. Two better nominations you two or three timw for wbnt you than these could not be made. They owe, so please lay aside nt once, for are both worthy gentlemen, entitled us, onnugh monoy to py our bill to the hearty and enthusiastic sup- against you, as we may "nuoi1 in" port ol every Republican in their re- on you any day to collect it. spective districts. Here is wishing Wo would appreciate tl favor if them a glorious victory in November. you would remember your taxos when you come to Circuit Court and bring GIVE MORE LIGHT. along enough money to take in your Tho School Por Capita Stato-moa- t lax receipt while here. I am with much res)at, Mr. George II. Dalns, of Middles-borougIs in the city, with n view of establishing n Republican dally newspaper here, says the Owensboro He spent the day among the prominent Republicans of the city, talking over the ndvislbility of the iuovc,nud is meeting with encouragement No definite conclusion has been reached as yet, however, nnd It may be several days before he decides. He has a very fine newspaper plant nt Middlesborough, which he proposes to move to this city, provided he can Induce certain citizens to purchase n partnership in the enterprise, nnd there seems a disposition on the part of the parties seen to accept the proposition. He thinks the field a good one for the venture nnd should It materialize, will not be of the "cam-palg- n only" onler, but will come to stay. Mr. Dalns claims for his plant that It ns thoroughly equipped as any newspaper plant lu the state e of Louisville. Everything pertaining to it is spanking new nnd modern nnd was purchased by htm nt nn outlay of $4, 000. If he succeeds in finding purchasers here for nn Interest In the enterprise we will have the paper as a permanen cyotherwise.he will scckanothcrfield. It is to be hoped that our friends, the enemy, will hold out such induce-nient- s to Mr. Dalns as will bring his plant among us. The more the mer rler, nnd Bro. Dains is promised, should he come, that when wc cross lances with him, as in the nature of things we'll be bound, It shall be with that journalistic courtesy that has ever characterized the true Democratic newspaper, among whom we claim to be decidedly which. Let another Richmond come! h, out-sid- V'l Mrt, Xm JO, JUeyuoItla Boonerllle, Ky. That Tired Feeling "I cannot y too much In pratie o( Hood's BanapatUla. I waa subject to palm In ray taok, dtittnou, Hyer 00m. plaint and that tired feeling. I wi worn out and could scarcely walk ball a ratio and It aeerned aa though Ufa a burden at the ere of 18. I did not Wei ears about living, when a friend Inducod Mo to Try Hood's Banapartlla. It haa benefited mo crcatlr and I hTO not been w lthoat it alace. I find It to be a wondorf ul blood pnrlflor and I can y to all who euOer from eomnlalnta brought about by Impure blood, ff they want to be ourrd take Jfood'a Sariaparllla. You can ooneldtr me a life long friend to ootn-plete- Dlnlnoia, Pain In the Back, Ltvor Complaint All Cured by Hood's, t Xlood'a Barmparllta. which I recommend at every opportunity." Mna. Lvor E. Kbtnolds, IlooneTllle, Kentucky. mH'fl Pllla core all Urerllli. niliouineti. Coiuuiitluu, bkk lleodicht, ludlceiUoo. HCa. flood's? Cures Tax Payora! Jts noods Explanation. Your obedient servant. O. P. Know, & O. C. L Will it Pay? That wheat can be made a paying crop in this county, the experience of the last few years gives abundant proof, that it can only be done by a liberal use of genuine fertilizer, nonewho have given careful attention can deny. It takes the same quantity of seed, the same labor, the same land rent to produce a small quantity of inferior wheat, without fertilizer, that is res quired for a big yield of' superior grain with fertilizer. The only difference in the cost of these respective crops is the fertilizer. Now, what is the cost of the fertilizer? Bone will cost from $2.50 to $3.30 per acre, and we will guarantee the cost of the fer tilizer in the extra growth ot grass or clover which follows the wheat. Every farmet who has experimented with it will bear witness to this prop osition, Then the extra yield of wheat, which will surely run from 5 to 15 bu. of wheat per ncres will be satisfactory profit. We base this calculation upon our observation, aud upon the testimony of expert farmers of Ohio county, such as Had Austin, Harb Taylor, Charles Stevens, Ham Miller, George Barnes, John A. Taylor, Warren Lindley, Worth Tichenor, Joe Barnes, Lon Stevens and scores of others too numerous to mention. The question then is what tertilizer pays best? We answser "Pure Bone," or at least animal matter and the testimony of such farmers as have been mentioned may be relied upon as the best proof. We are In position again to furnish the old reliable "Horse Shoe Brand" of "Bone meal" and "Wheat Grower" and as it Is guaranteed to contain no "Rock or Cottonseed," at the very lowest market price, either in small quantities or by the ton. We personally endorse and recommend these goods, believing that we can furnish better goods for reasonable prices than can be obtained elsewhere. Farmers should send In orders early. HoCKim & Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. Recent The Countess of Dudley, the wife of a rich aud newly appointed icial of the Salisbury Cabinet, off- was onco a shop girl. How's this for a result of the "new woman" craze? The scene is only a little in the future. "They found him cold and pulseless Mid'thc battle's horrid blaro Clasping to his heart the bloomers That his sweetheart used to wear." of Knott county, opened tho package of questions for use in tho teachers' examination fast Friday in tho presence ot the applicants, ho discovered that the package had been opened, No clew to the crime 1 as so far been discov- Whin Supt. Smith, ered. in a speech in Lou don Tuesday, said that tho Armenian outrages were the insult of tho in triguesofthe Government at Constantinople, and insisted that Great Vritian and tho other Powers should insist on strong measures in dealing with tho question. Gladstone, KMTJiJtMJWHilH'WIlMWB Alia. j CuukIi IS Wl Ijnmt Ml ux (loud. 8ldbrdrurgt.u. Tt fj IMtt lu llnie.Bjrup. Tutu HUM I When the children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit, or have anybody. It is only destroying pop- the stomachache or diarrheca lrom ular confidence in its integrity as any cause, you needn't be alarmed In the triumphant re- about them. If you will get a 25c or a newspaper election of Blackburn, upon which bottle of Dr. Bell's Anti-Flu- x the pecplo have set their hearts not 50c for J o's sake but because ot the great they will be at play In half hour after issue he represents the Courier-Journ- al the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & will not only get one black Bro. eye, but will have both of its orbits .Mrx. l'o) liter Drnil. daikly ornamented, its ncse bunged, Mrs. Elizabeth Poynter died at her its mouth mashed and a few of its ribs kicked in. home in Beaver DamTuesday altera "We aro really feeling sorry for long spell of sickness. She' was a The peo- good, christian lady, loved and retho old Courier-JournalTho spected by ple havo on their war paint. all who knew her, and she licking it will get will be the worst will be greatly missed in her city. of the many it has received in tho Better skip to Eupast few years. Young men or young women aspirrope, Marso Henry. Skip, old man, ing to any vocation in life should skip!" always remember that the bottom The Democratic papers of Louis, rounds ol the ladder of time nrc filled villo all of which aro very inteuEo in to overflowing, but there's always their opposition to Senator Black room at the top. That's where Dr. Anti-Flfor colic, cholera burn, aro so persistent in their hatred Bell's and diarrhoea stands. It's soldat 25c that they cannot treat tho Senator and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne with even halt fairness. When in any Griffin & Bro. man wins county the In Memory, the Democratic- - nomination after a John L. Roby, a highly esteemed contest, which is extremely seldom, herald tho citizen nnd well to do farmer living tbo Louisvillo papers two miles east of Fordsville, peacenews abroad in great doublo headed fully breathed his last, alter an illcolumns as though something had ness of but a few days of pneumonia, dropped. But when Blackburn men at 5:30 o'clock p. m. Thursday, Auusually dono so far, win, as they havo gust 1, 1895, in the 8 1st year of his tho notice ot the fact is tecurely age. He wns born in Prince, George stowed away iu somo unfrequented county, Maryland, twenty miles from corner of tho papers and nothing is Washington City, October 23, 1814. said about it. Tho pcoplo aro begin- Iu March 1815 his father moved with ning to seo that Jo Blackburn is suf- his family to Bardstown, Ky,, and fering a heartless persecution in the In the year 1820 to the Fordsville ranks of his own party, and that too community in Ohio county, and with at tbo bauds, of the same men who the exception of one member olthe only four years ago stood with him on family, Mrs. David Newton, who moved to Indiana niter her marriage, the monoy question. latest thrust is as follows: "The Courier Journal is not fooling ly captivated his auditors. Col. E. R. Weir In a very pleasing manner placed In nomination that gallant statesman and thorough gentleman, Dr. A. D. James, for State . Senator. Seconded by W. J. Camps bell, the nomination brought repeated applause nnd much enthusl-aewas manifested. The nomina-tio- n was made unanimous, and Dr. James was called upon for a speech. He accepted the nomination in a neat and pleasing speech. There being no further business before the envention, a motiod was made to adjourn, which was carried. Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years old, living nt 618 Monroe street, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. Jllne Tiiylor'a Illrlliilay, The many iriends ol Miss Mary Taylor, of this city, will be pleased to know that she has arrived sale on the Continent and is now enjoying the French Capital.She writes her brother Attorney II, P. Taylor from Paris that she had a most pleasant passage and that she is delighted with the tour. Miss Taylor's birthday, July 20th, was spent on shipboard and she was accorded a most royal entertainment by the officers and passengers. The following is the program In full: SATURDAY, JULY 20TH, cold facts. There is a widespread impression OwnNsiiono, Ky. that the list ol taxable property in the Does finest work of any laundry in State is not so greatas it was in 1894. the West. No injurious ingreIf this be correct, and the rate ol dients used. Work all guaranunchanged, it is a little diffiteed to give satisfaction. s' cult to understand how the per capita linen insured against fire can be increased. Light, light, Mr. ' while in the laundry. Superintendent; let us have more light on the subject. We are yet in Laundry sont on Tuesday and the darkness. Dispel the cloud. returned on Saturday What we want Is the premises and of each week- we will do the figuring for ourselves. uur columns are open to you. May Teinao, Strictly Caoii. we very earnestly and very respectWaltru M, Path, Agt. fully ask for an early answer? Hartford, Ky. Louisville Commercial. tax-atlPat-ron- The Superintendent of Public Instruction has announced that the per capita will be $2.80 this school year. There are quite a number of incredulous people who don't know how he reaches that conclusion. He can put the doubting Thomases to "an open shame" if he will only give the figures on which he bases this conclu-sioLet him specify the various sums upon which he makes his What the people want to know Is the aggregate amount of the school fund and the number ol children, nnd how he arrives at the sum total. The Superintendent is a candidate for is somewhat interested in giving a rainbow tint to aflairs iu his office from now till Let us have the nctual 5. n. Itiiitll .iMorlnilon. Please announce that the mil roads will gfvc the usual one nnd one third fare to the Daviess County Baptist Association which convenes August 13 to 15 with the first church at Owensboro, Ky. To secure this fare persoug must purchase regular one-wtioket to Owensboro taking a receipt or certificate that full lare has been paid. This certificate when signed by the secretary of the Association will cntl. tie a return ticket at one third fare. E J. M.vnnox.Secretnry. ay aa a ii.-,- - Dr. Price' Cream flaking Powder World's Pair Hfeheat Award. Why not lt no nt once my jonr litiorrlpllou. Sroy Steam Laandry, 5 i J. m Protect the Full nml Unuie. Shoot or fish only in the proper season and escape the game warden by observing the laws. Many states have new game and fish laws this year, nnd If you don't konw them, send five sc stamps for n copy of the GanieLaw issue of the American Field. 245 State St., Chicago. A l'rotertlvo Tnrltron Ileinj,. Speaking in 1841 In the House In favor of an increased duty on hemp to keep out foreign hemp and encourage our Kentucky farmers, James Buchanan said that the increased import duty on hemp demonstrated that An additional duty was abjolutely necessary to check its furthcrprogresa unless you wish to give the growers of the nrtlcle in Russia an exclusive monopoly of our market iu preference to our own farmers. The additional duty Is moderate; it is no more than a Protective duty in favor of our own agriculture. There was not a word said about placing duty on agricultural products for revenue nor lor "revenue only." Quite the reverse. Simply apply "Swaync's Ointment." No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, nil eruptions on the lace, note, &c, leaving the skhi clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and etimtive powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist lor SwavH'S OlNTMISNT, 34 iyr. 81.000 In Uolil Mlvrii Amiy im "Ilati- to Cure nil Mi In DUrnara - " . -- a ! taken. On November 15th, 1893. wc shall give away One Thousand Dollars In gold for the best pictures taken by the sse For the best picture lrlirx. Camern. ux 1895. Birthday Fete at sea, Latitude 23, Longitude 51. In honor of Miss Mary Elizabeth 1'nylor. DINNltU. 1 Souvenirs from Elizabeth Berkley ' lows: $200 In gold will be given for b8t picture tnken by this Camera; $100 for the second best; 50 for iuc miiu uesi; J.J5 lor me iourtu best; $15 for the fifth best; $10 for the sixth best, nud lor the next 40 best $s each will be glveni for the next 80 best $i 50 each will be given, and for the next 200 best pictures taken by the Lacrosse Camera $ each will be given, making in all jSi.ooo given away. We shall do this for two reasons, viz: The first to introduce the Camera for 1895; the second, to educate the amateuis in phonogra-nhThis contest closes on November 1st, 1895, This camera can be used by anyone Alt, There, llrolher. and is sold under a positive written . A l'lenannt l'nrly, guarantee to do the work or money If two lovers spend four hours The little lolks of town spent a and the lover takes or receives refunded. pleasant time with Miss Laura Mors Sent by express with full kisses low calculation ton last Friday evening from 8 to 12 200 and tions and rules governing instructhis conwere played each kiss lasts ten seconds;in 5 years test upon receipt ol express money o'clock. Various games and the little folks' hearts were time the lover would have 365,000 order lor jti. 75. Remember, A Writton Guarantee kisses, their lips would have been filled to overflowing by the Goes with Every Camera. of the evening. Cream and united for the space of 42 days and 6 Address, LaCrusse Specialty Co,, hours, Enrlington Bee, cake were served at 1 1 o'clock. I,aCrosseWi3, Ontoct. The prizes, will be awarded as fol- the k 1 se y. u.' a 7. er enjoy-memen- ts r " nMay 4nn -T TT T fPrz.-i2J- J' School order Co' taken' st Canon A in I'nlotl re- Mr. M. Ilcan was in Kvansvillc lliis week. SEASONABL BARGAINS AT- - Dr. Jno. II. White was town this week. Mr. nnJ Mrs. Mls Z ma llarrett, Owensboro, Vinlllug Mrs To li Rogers. the guest it DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION The Democrats Met In Convention Awarded highest Honors World's Fair. DR; Special Announcement DUR EMTIRE STOCKOFDRESSGQDBS Consisting of Bomo Protty turned to Louisville. Ini Walker have Miss Sue McIIinry, Owenboro, is ol Miss Isabelle McIIeury. Z' FAIR DIlUwi Miss Lola Stevens spent last week Monday with Miss Addle Thompson, ilottou. Mr. Pott Rogers Is visiting his If you attend circuitcourtdon't fai Nominated Capt. brother, Mr. J. L. Rogors, Oreeuvllle. And to visit Carson & Co. Sam K. Cox for RepThe little boys of Hartford gave a Prof. J. D, Colaiuaii, Frankfort, little folks' party at Master Wayne resentative. is iu town this week. Render's Wednesday night. You can get n ladles hat tor $t oo Monday being County Court, CirMessrs. "Hood" Itttruett and Lou lor choice atiCaraon & Co. MOST PERFECT MADE. Hays, Whilesville, are the guests of cuit Court and old August election You Just ought to see that 75c launday a large crowd would, ol course, A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Mr. R, A. Anderson ami family. dered hlrt,at Cnrson & Co. be in town. The broken down lorces from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. Meseis. Geo. T. Ryan and Robert ot Dimocracy took advantage of the 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Mrs. Caroline Chapman, Ilcda, hns Ryan, of Schoehoh, Ky., are the crowd that would be bote and called been quite sick for several days. OHIO CIRCUIT COURT. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ritigo. n Mass Convention to nominate canWe receive new belt buckles and MlssitvTyC. Hedges. "sT" Louis, didates lor Representative and Coro belting every week. Carson & Co. and Miss Agnes Childs, Roslne, vis- ner. There never was a time before Civil Dookot of tho August Torm 1805. For II. kl. T. buggies call on Field ited Mrs. Henry Thompson, Horton. in the history of the Democracy of Ohio county when that party had to & Ilolbrook. Price to suit the times. Born to the wife of Mr. W. II. Stanbeg anyone to accept its nomination. FIFTH DAY FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. Look at our Dimities, I,nvns and ley, Render Ky., on the fitli Inst, a &e, vs. S. J. BaStanley of. Always heretofore there have been 3428 J. T. Tucker, fine daughter. Dr. A. P. Ginghams. Causon & Co. Miss I.lisxie Walker is visiting rein lives in Owensboro. CREAM m attorns in BAKING P0WDIR DIMITIES, LAWNS, GINGHAMS And all Summer Goods, Ladies and Gent's vests, Milliner goods and Straw Hats. 'ALSO A BIG LOT OF UMMER CLOTHING Rev. A. n. Smith will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday at it a.m. ficiatiug. LEAD EIbOi 18o Cotlonado 10c Crash ICo Jeans , 6 line, call on C. R. Martin and be sup15c plied as cheap as the cheapest. Springs. Mr. Logan Arbuckle and Miss Mat-ti- e Judge B. I.. D. GufTy, Frankfort, Jarnignn, of I'rentig, weto married was the guest ol his son, Hon. K. D, at the Commercial Hotel yesterday Qudy.thls week. by Rev. J. N. Jarnignn. Field & Ilolbrook ate prepared to Meagre reports come to us of an asImll all your hay with the latest imsault on Marshal Woottcn at Central proved machine. City Wednesday morning, but nothIf you need anything in thejewelry ing definite can be learned. Judge Jno. P. Morton, D. M. I locker, C. M. Harnett and Sam A. AnderMrs. Dr. It. W. Ford has returned son attended the Convention iu from a visit to her parents at Sulphur Greenville this weok. BEAVER DAM. Interesting News Notes From our Neighboring Little lage. Vil- lyd wulo domestic Heavy quilt lining Best bed ticking We ask it as n special favor of our iSJo friends to throw their trade to those advertising in Tim RiirunucAN. Co 4c ICc Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Downs and e son, ltdward, Ccralvo, ga'c us a pleasant call while iu town Monday. lit-ti- Heaviest straw licking Good unlauiulrcd shirt ...10c Itatl'crcal Good shirU .....' Field & Ilolbrook are prepared to Rev. 1J. K. Pitc fdled his regular furnish you any kind or ttyle of bug appointment here Sunday. 4O0 gy you may waut at prices that would Mr. J. P. McKenney and family 00c astonish you. went to Rochester Friday, returning 0o " " Balbrignning undershirts Heavy drill drawers 2So 200 Miss Kva Morton returned from Louisville last Friday accompanied by Miss Kmma Ilaycraft, who will spend some time with her. From August ist'untll closed out, we will sell you a nice laundered out Ing shirt with 2 collars and 1 pair cutis or 75c Carson & Co. p UfSc Ladies vest 10c Co 10c Child vest 1 Be Wednesday. Miss Bessie Nave left Monday for LeitchGeld where she will spend a few days, then will return to her home in Louisville. Miss 1511a Sowdcrs has returned from an extended visit In South n. for.. Heavy 2CcDozfor 1.00 for 25c for 8Bc for Tic lor for 8c for fc 2o 121cfor 10c for. . . 0c for Miss Viola Pirtle is in town this Field St Ilolbrook arc prepared to week helping Hocker & Co invoice. Misses Virgia Hocker and Attye Good joaus pants ell you the best hay press made, at Austin were In the country Monday ; . . .Ladies corsets prices so cheap you cannot afford to do without it, if you have a large evening. It it G Corset meadow. Miss Lummie Coots is visiting relatives in Whitesville. Ladies Handkerchief When you come to circuit court Mrs. Rlisa Poyner, who has been at Yard wide bleaoh next week remember that C R. Mar- the point ol death for several weeks, All wool challios tin, the jewter, is prepared to do all died at her home Tuesday at 11:45, a. kinds of repairing. Satisfaction 111. Mrs. Poyner was one. of Beaver hall wool challios guaranteed. Dam's oldest and best citizens. Rev. Nico black lawns Thr Rrpubucan's office force is Cascblcr, Rockpott. preached her fu- black seamless hose Napkins 4 'l I p Beaver Dam Cemetery, Miss Vienna Sowders came home Wednesday alter several weeks visit for 25o 0 spools Clark 0. N. T. Marriage license: J. A. Patterson to In Morgantown and Bowling Green. Shell Hair plus Mary Wade.Kuoch Ruirey toAngclluc Little Miss Marie Austin is visiting 10c doz for Hays, John C Schroadcr to Francis the family of Col. S. R. Dent, Leitcli-fielsido combs Kelson, Jonathan Miller to Mary Ann Tic per pair for for Holt buckles Durbin, Geo. W. Raddlsh to Hannah fio to 60c Remember the Institute convenes A. Talley, U.K. Quisenbcrry to Vir in Beaver Dam the 12th, continuing for curtain poles ginla C. Stum. 20c ATTYit. five days. 75c per pair for Laco curtains Lllriiitulc I'nlr MM. Ilunlclle'M Lecture. 81.25 Opeued Tuesday and evory day the Fino Dongola tip shoos It will be the regret ot my life that grounds have been crowded with peoall of my people did not hear Mrs. Fair Bros. & Co's "Hustler shoes" ple from different States. Thestablcs at the Metho-- . 8150 worth 82.00 have been full of good.Moodedliorses K. W. Burdctte's talk dist Church Wednesday evening. 81.50 and everything has passed off quietly She is the conference organizer of 82.50 and 82.00 sllppors and nicely and the people will want $1.25 to see a man with so much energy as the woman's department of Church Misses tan slippors Kxtensiou and therefore is a General 15 Ladies hats loft price lrom 82.50 Mr. Rapier to undertake such a thing Conference officer. The main effort as to own and run n Fair all under in addition to local work is in inter 81 .50 to 85.00, your choieo for his own supervision. ' est of parsonges and home missions. m m 12J, 15 and I8o wool dress goods for She is an enthusiastic talker and I'or Nnlr. .10c A scholarship- - in the Lexington touched the audience as they have dotted swiss for Business College. Call at this office not been touched in a long time. 15, 18 and 20c Whito tf Such a manifestation ot practical ho12Jc for particulars. It will pay you. liness, 1 have not witnessed Iu many 81.25 White Chamois skin gloves for CROMWELL. An Auxialrry Society was days. ' $1.00 formed with Mrs. Dr. Miller, Pres., 12Jc ....for latest stylo gonts collars A Nowsy Lottor Prom That Mrs. D. M. Hocker, Vice Pres., Mrs. Gross Williams, Treas.,Mrs. E. K. Flnco. tablets 5c for 10a Pate Recording Sec. perfume lOo ' 2fio May success attend them. The ice cream supper at Mr. Louis Eujrtjb R. Tatk, Pastor. whitening Taylor's Saturday night was quite a 5o "10c ....box success, There was a crolvd from (lonljcu Numliiy School ..good garter wtb 5c " here attended and they reporta pleasIs requested to meet at the church tofor whito ties ant time. 10c doz morrow altcrnoon to practice singing Miss Am Patterson, McIIenry.was in our new books. Bro. L. R. Bar-nc- tt will be with us. the guest of Miss Itflie Kahn last week. Gross Williams, Supt. Misses Mabel and LHlie GuiTy, who have been visiting Misses Blrchle and Cora Loach for some time, reA Pow Notes and OtlioV turn! home Tuesday. Misses Anna and Mamie Borah reItems About tho turned home Saturday from a two Court Houso. week's visit in Central City. P: N. Gilstrap Is very sick at Mr. Circuit Court opened Monday with writing. Judge W.T. Owen presiding, Com'th Misses Birchie and Logic Hocker, Attorney J. E. Rowe was on hand. Centrnt City.are visiting Miss Claudle There is a light docket for this Plrtle. term. Iu the case of Bryant vs Watts and wlfe.Drakcs-borMr. Tom Gilstrap the jury found for plaintiff, $S.oo are visiting Mr. P. N. Gilstrap amount sued for was $1.75. family. and Judge L. P. Little, Hon. Jo Noe, Mr. J. D. Render and little son, Mr. Jo Mr.E.B.Anderson.Oweusboro. Morgantown, passed through this place Fordsville, attended court route B.Vickers, Sunday on their bicycles en this week. home. The following named gentlemen Canolton, Is Mrs. Garrett, South compose the Petit jury for this twin the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. R of Circuit Court! J. B. Rowan, R. II. Herrell. Barnes, W. H. Davis, J. W. Tabor, Our school opened Monday under II. C. Sam Haynes, D. B. London, the management of Mr, Henry Leach Crawford, J. M. Williams, xJno. C. Daisy and Miss Plummer. May, B. P. Petty, A. W. Davidson, lull CilllllO. Robertson Ashby, Aloiuo Hoover, J. HEAD-QUAKTER- S, The Beda mid Pleasaut Ridge ball I. Harder, Thos. Fuqua, T. H. Bean, teams had a match game of ball last Jake Weller, W. P. Render, S, L. week, and the Beda's were victorious SteAens, Alfred Ashby, Jans King, W, by a score of J 1 to 31. Batteries for L. Rowe. J. W. Addlugtaif and J. M. Bada Cook, Cook, Woodward and Ferguson. m Bennett; Pleasant Ridge Westerfield Ever person, big, little, old or and Williams. Umpire. Johnson. A large crowd were In attendance at Beda young, black or white, rich or poor, m who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine Acting through the blood, Hood's Tar Honey pronounces it the best Samaparilla not only cures scrofula, cough and lung remedy on earth Ky. salt rheum, etc. but gives health and It's true, too, so we guarantee A. Wnyue Gilflin & Bro. to the whole body. 12J for 1 oj for Good cnlioo entirely trustworthy, so If the is out when you come in do Men's heavy work shirt not hesitate to pay any sum of money Solid navy liluo duok to either one of the force. pro-piiet- neral at the Baptist Church Wednesday evening. Remains cnterred in ker, several candidates announced for al most every place in the gilt of the 3451 Geo. T. Wade vs. R. C. Brown, &c. people. But things have changed. The house was called to order Mon 3457 E II Williams vs SJ Stanley, day by Chairman Likens, who stated &c the object of the meeting and declared . 3491 Powers and Renfrow vs J A St Clair, &c nominations nioruer tor Temporary Judge E. D. Walker was SIXTH DAY Chairman. SATURDAY, unanimously chosen as Chairman. 10 a brief speech, eoudenining 3463 Ira Fulkerson vs W P Render Jr everything pertaining to Republican 3470 G L Bartlett vs Ed Massie ism or Popullstisui. Mr? F. L. Felix 3471 Chas Felix vs J A StClair. &c was elected Secretary and the Con3478 B A Casebier vs II P Watts vention proceeded to business. A SEVENTH DAY MONDAY, AUCommittee was appiutcd upon party GUST 12 organization as follows: S. P. Tay- 3482 J S R Wedding, Ad'm'r vs E D lor, R. Ilolbrook, J.T. Smith, W. A. Walker Rone, J. W. Thomas and R. B. Stew- 3518 Robt Reddish vs Jas Gray While the Committee was out 34go L Millet vs art. Jno B Greer, &c J Mr. J. E. Rowe was called for and 3492 J B McDaniel vs E A White very readily responded in a speech of T TUESDAY, EIGHTH DA.Y about 40 minutes. He thanked the 13 Democratic party for everything, but 3483 J N Moxley vs J II Roberts, &c tailed to mention the fact that the ' Gray vsRobt Reddish county gave his opponent a majority 3494 JamesBaird vs II M Taylor &c AB iu his race for Commonwealth's At 3459 3joi B L Jackson, Extrx, vs GeoftW torney, and wound up by ridiculing Tilford Republicans. t NINTH DAY WEDNESDAY, AUAt the cloe of Mr. Rowe's speech GUST 14 and a Jew prelimlary proceeding 356 T II Brown vs R C Brown &c ceedings, Mr. R. P. Hocker was on his feet ready to nominate, and he 3508 T L Wllhrow vsj K Cundiff&c did nominate Capt. S. K.Cox for Rep- 3514 II P Watts vs C P Kcown, &c Tayresentative over Mr. Cox's persistent 3517 M N Townsend vs Calvin lor, &c protest. The nomination was seconded by TENTH DAY THURSDAY AUGUST is Messrs B. D. Ringo, A. B. TIchenor and L. L. TIchenor, and a Committee 3523 W M Southard vs John Echols &c was'appointed to notify Capt. Cox of his nomination, and bring him in. 3528 Jno C Westerfield, Jr. vs M II Tharp He responded in a few words accept3529 Willis Jewel vs Same ing the nomination. 3354 Bradford Burden vs M V MonHon. John J. McIIenry then nomiarch, receiver nated Mr. Jo I. Harder, orFordsvllle, for Corouer and ou motion of Mr.Jno. 3524 W II Coghill vs Herman R Pirtle was made B. Wilson his nomination 341: Fidelity Trust & Safety Vault unanimous. Co vs W W Austin, &c Mr. Harder was present and briefMONDAY, the Convention for the THIRTEENTH DAY ly thanked AUGUST 19 honor and accepted the nomination. COURT TRIALS NOTK3. The Democratic Committee called 2964 F L Felix, Ad'm'r vs J E Rowe convention to meet here the first 3265 P II Alford vs N N & M V Co Monday of Circuit Court, because 3399 NR Sledge & Co vs Henry Dun- kort, &c Chairman Likens knew about 330 witnesses were summoned to be here 3459 Mary T. Hardin vs D Stewart Miller that day and by this means a crowd 3479 J P Stevens vs Ohio County was assured. Court To increase the crowd at the DemCircuit Clerk 3480 Same vs Fiscal Court Ohio ocratic Convention, County. Likens, who is also Chairman of the Committee, is- FOURTEENTH DAY TUESDAY, County Democratic AUGUST 20 sued summons for 30 petit jurors to be here that day, while they are gen- 3498 O L Bowen vs S E Hill &c erally summoned for the second day 351,2 II B Lapoint vs T Morton &c of the term. The jury did nothing In 3458 A B Baird vs J E Rowe court, in fact, the Judge told some of 3516 B II Cru tcher vs J P Stevens &c them they should not have been sum- 3537 Elizabeth Bell, Extrx, vs E T Williams, &c But this moned lor the first day. makes no difference as It only cost 3538 Elizabeth Bell vs Same the State sixty dollars to get these 3539 Isaac Foster, &c vs AD White, &c 30 jurymen present so as to swell the G. B. Likens, Clerk. Attest: crowd. By A. P. Taylor, D. C. T lie-mad- Must be sold in the next 30 Days. In order to do this, we have fixed a price that will sell the goods. Come aud secure some bargains that have never been offered before. M nnnnc 13 Will he sold ai less ihexn half priee. WE ALSO HAVE A BIG LINE OF STAPLE DRY GOODS Which will be sold as cheap as the cheapest OUR GROCERY STOCK Is iSTo-ve- r siiort. We also keep a full line of FURNICome and secure some of "our. TURE. bargains. TToXTIRS TOE TiefiODIE, CARSON & G0i BRECKINRIDGE- NORMAL COLLEGE Will open tho Fall Term Tuesday, September 3, 1895, and continue 48 Classes Students may enter at any time. weeks. Faculty to suit all. Courses Teachers' Business, Classical, Scientific, Telegraphy, Music. Address, Terms reasonable. T, 3Et- first-class. HARDINSBURG, KY. A Stnmlliiff Oircr. There are two methods ot teaching by the "Text Book Copying Process," the other by 'The Patented and Copyrighted System of Actual Business from the Start." From the first you get the theory; lrom the second you get the practice. Try Our Actual Practice Methods four weeks, then if you prefer the old plan of copying printed transactions from a Text Book, nq charge will be "made for the trial two weeks, arid in addition we agree to give you dfull g (usdiploma course In ing the Text Book on of any author you may name) Absolutely Free. Remember that the Lexington Business College is the only school in Lexington, Ky., using the Practical Actual Business System of Instruction. All others use the "Text Book Copying Plan." The above College is one of the best of its kind in the South. Should any reader of this paper de sire to attend a Business College it will be to his interest, to see or write the editor of this paper. Book-keepinBook-keeping IE. OH-A.03E3LI1-E3T- President. State Election Notice. op Kentucky, ) County op Ohio. j VISIT subscription list is constantly increasing. You cannot afford to be left Send in behind. $1.25 and get The Republic an and Weekly Louisville Commercial one year. Our The World's Pair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leavening power as the Royal, KINDEItHOOK. COURT NOTES. us WE AR o, August 6. Crops are looking well aad the farmers are happy. Mrs. Sallle Peyton Crowe is the gvestcMrs. A. C. Ellis. Miss Zana Barnett, Owensboro, Is tilting her grandmother,Mrs.Ainan-- d Barnett, at this writing. Miss Grade Park is the guest of Miss Emma Stevens. The Sunday School at Alexander is m Mr. KIuk IIpikI- still progressing nicely. News has just reached .here of the n Mr. Joseph Foster, wife and deat'a of Mrs. W. T. Kln, which ocwill visit relatives in Union curred at Tallapoosa, Ga., last Tuescounty the middle of the month. Mrs. King had been day evening. Travis Maple and R. P. Baird spent suffering with consumption for some Saturday and Sunday in Daviess time. Medical skill and patient nurscounty, the guests of iriends. ing had kept her alive lor several Miss Mag Lake, Beda, was in weeks, but the vital cords had been the first of the week, the broken and death was the result. guest of her sister, Mrs. Carden. Mrs. King had many friends here who Mr. Berry Newtoh, from near Hef-llwill deeply regret to hear of her spent Sunday afternoon in this death. Her daughter, Mrs. Dr. E. vicinity. B. Pendleton, had been at her bedside Miss Mollle Humphrey, Beda.speut for several weeks. Saturday night and Sunday in this n chil-dte- It appearing that a vacancy has been created in the office of Coro , ner of Ohio county by the removal from the county of G.C Westerfield who was elected to that office at the November election 1894 and said office being now filled by appointment, until the next regular election held in and for said county it is now order, ed that a poll be opened at every voting place in Ohio county, Kentucky, at the regular election November 5th, 1895 for the election of a coroner to fill out the unexpired term of said G, C. Westerfield, removed and to serve until his successor is elected and qualified. It is ordered that the Sheriff of Ohio county be and he is hereby directed to have a poll opened in every voting precinct in Ohio county Ky. on the said 5th day of November 1895 for the election of a coroner as aforesaid. Witness my hand as Judge of the Ohio county court this luly 18, 1895. John P. Mokton, J, O. C. C. n, CASH buyers and CASH sellers. Don't pay other pcoplo's debts by paying high prices for your goods. est circulation, but want more. .Remember $1.25 gets The Louis villo Commercial one year. w gate her CutorU. When IM7 wu When tha wai a ClilU, h cried (or CutorU, Vhwi tha became Ml", nha cluog to CutorU. When ths ha J Children, he gate theut CantorU. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Wo havo the larg- vicinity. We learn that a protracted commenced- - at No Creek night. It is being conducted Ferryman and Schell. U. C. Barnett left for Terry last Satutday were he fall term of school the 3rd, meeting On account of Kllendale Fair near 1895, Curdsville, Ky., Aug. tickets will be on sale Aug. 5, 6, 7 and 8 at one fare $1.60, for the round trip to Owensboro, good until Aug. The grounds are reach1 1 to return. ed by wagons or via L., St. & T. R. R. to Spottsville and boats on Green River. Born, to the wife of Ed P. Crowe. Sikeston, Missouri, July 23, 1895, a seven pound boy Henry Dy re Crowe. Sunday by Revs. Barrett's opened a Inst. Daisy Dranb. A Hiirrmii The ladies of the Baptist Church ate an energetic band of workers and never lose an opportunity to turn sheckles Into the treasury of the church. Monday being court day aud naturally a large crowd In town they ntranged to have a dinner in the Court House yard for all who would partake. The dinner wasexcellent.the management was good, and the proceeds from same together with the ice cream supper at night amounted to a litWo over $40.00. Republican and Visit notice toI.oit Mm. I am ready to buy a very limited number ofsawlogs. I will be in Hartford on Monday and Tuesday of ea"h week so far as possible, and would be glad to see any who coutemplate cutade My ting this season. dress Is Sulphur Springs, Ohio county. Ky. Jf yon can't, come to town, write me und I will come to see you. W. II. MooitR. tf post-offic- NOTICE. Pursuant to above order I will cause to be opened on tho 5th day of November 1895, a poll for tho election of a coroner as aforesaid in each of the voting preOhio in cincts county. Ky. C. P. Keown, S.O.C. To our rrleudn. We hope that all who are interested in helping us to push the circulation up to what it of Tub should be, will do what they can la the way of securing subscribers. Call attention to the amount of home news we publish every week, and write us short and spicy news items lrom your, neighborhood. m ji i tt, FAIR BROS. & Hartford, CO. vigor Job work neatly and cheaply executChildren Cryfor ed at this office. Pitcher's Castorlf J V. wpiWHW? 7 Hartford Republican I'm day, August, 9, 1895. ho 'replied; whllo tho chorus with dollght: "Oh, yes, ho's LOST OlTOIiTUNlTIES. 11V l i "Humphl" Interrupted Dr. ThomDr. Thomas laid asldo tils weekly as. "Littlo runtl Good enough; paper as his wlfo appeared at tho but ho'd eat more than a man any slttltiR-roodoor, uaylnjf cheerily: day! Just couldn't fill him upl" for Infants and Children. "Poor little starved followl Never "Come, doctor, dinner's ready." When Dr. Thomas had finished a had two squaro meals in his llfo beo fervent "flrace," he unfolded his fore; but you sent him to tho KNOWth,tr.mrk. becauso you 'couldn't afford napkin, saying to his wife: Soothing Syrup. ouJ Cordial, many "I've just been reading another to feed him.' You couldn't seo that most remedies for children arc composed of opium or morphine r artlclo about Mr. Chllds, and his llfo opportunity then" Ho Yon Know (hat opium tin" morphine aie stupefying- narcotic poisons "No," interrupted tho others, of charity and good deeds. Seems the papers can't say too much about "but you seo it nowl Oh, yes, you Wo Yon Know that In moat countries druggUl. are not permitted toaell narcotlca him. Almost everything you pick bco it now!" without labeling them polaoni t Again tho doctor squirmed, and up has something about what ho's his oyo fell on a littlo fellow, lo Yon Know that you aliouU not permit any medicine to be glten your child done, ono way or another." antes! you or your physician know of what It la composed f anxious to speak, for without "Yes," said Mrs. Thomas, passing his cup of coffco, "I'vo noticed It, waiting to bo asked ho broke out: Ho Von Know that Castorla Is a purely rrgetable preparation, and that a list of "You want to know who 1 aro? Its Ingredients la published with every bottler too. lie must havo been a 'bright Well, I'm tho best opportunity and shining light' in tho community, Ho Yon Know that Castorli Is the prescription of the famoiM Dr. Samuel Tltcher. according to what they tell of him." you've had lately. You know they That It hat been In use for nearly thirty jean, and that more Castorla la now sold than "Ho was undoubtedly a great and are about to foreclose tho mprtgago of all other remedies for children combined ? good man, Martha, and yet it strikes on Miss Clark's houso, and thon tho no Yon Know that the Talent Oflice Department of the United States, and of old woman must owing to his poor, mo that it was largely other countries, have Issued eicluslre right to Dr. Tltcher and his assigns to use the word lcavo her homo and go out brokenopportunles his unusual opportuni" Cnatorin" and Ita formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison offense r ties for doing good. Right In tho hearted to llvo with strangers. If protection no Yon Know that one of the reasons for granttug this midst of a great city, with the poor you were really looking for opportuwas because Castorla had been prcnen to be nusiolutcly IinriuICHH7 all about him, he could scarcely fall nities, doctor, you would buy that o littlo place and rent It to her cheap. to find many a chance to do a no Von Know that 33 nYCrngo doact of Castorla are furnished for 35 deed. Dut you know how It That's what you'd dol" ecu to, or one cent dose? "Why, I'm not a millionaire, to is hero, Martha, rlnht here in perfect preparation, yourclilldrenmar no Yon Knowth-- t when peoplo who aro naturally as invest mouey in every worthless be kept wetl, and that you may ha-- e unbroken rest? philanthropic as ho was havo no pleco of property that is for salol" Well. IIicho Million are worth knowing. They are facta. "No; but what about thoso Cop-plThey aro restricted not chance. Canyon mines?" replied tho litonly by tho fact that they havo not Ih oh every tlo fellow, confidentially, with a The fnc-nlsuch wealth, but they havo uo opwrapper. Hlgnntnrc portunities for doing good, oven knowing wink. "This is a safer inthough they would gladly servo the vestment than that would bo, and, Lord and their fellowmen as ho did." if you aro looking for an opportuniChildren Cry for "Yes, doctor, I bellovoyou would," ty to invest, it strikes mo this Is replied his wife, answering tho your chonco." "Oh, yes, doctor, that's your thought if not tho words. Dr. Thomas, comforted in body and soul chance!" howled tho rest In gleo. Then they all seemed to become by his dinner and his wife's approba eager to lntroduco themselves at tion, pushed back his chair, once, and thronged about him, filling "I think, Martha, I can truly say his ears with u confused din of: W ant lh linreat ex no rtera of dried irult In the world, and the larcrt recelTera and shippers of both green and dried apples In the state and tret the highest market prices. that if the Lord had seen fit to placo All we ak la a trial ah t omen t to nrore these facta. Stenclla sent free ntt annllrallif. such a position, and to givo never seen rao before, doctorV" J mo in Write tut for further- Information ..l.i..j ...; iQuiegTainorprvaucv ... and ahtn Tour fronda to headnuartera. Wa handle anv i r; z . .".-..- ' "Don t ".: iineamcuy oncuniiniBiien. uiiny mr ihn mmni , Tin would not hnva ..... .. you remember, dootor? un . w..w . .. ... HERNDON-CARTE- R til in trie midst oi tnoiiabci be tell CO., .Hco.roa.Tto. Louisville, Ky. found mo wanting In the spirit. But la shoulder gently shaken, nndreo-grante- d in my humble walk In life there are ognlted his wife's volco saying, apolo- mo few opportunities. Still, so far as I have light to seo them, I goucauy: i m sorry to wane you, "fltead is the Staff of life," trust I embrace them gladly, and but Mrs. Johns has brought homo recognize in them a means of graco the wash, and I haven t any change. Sevcnty-fivcents is enough, you and an opportunity for service." Dr. know; I arranged It with her just Returning to the sitting-room- , Thomas settled himself comfortably now. She seemed dreadfully down about it, but she said rather than r on tho loungo for an Bap, and, not being troubled by loso tho wash she would do It for less." The Purest, Strongest and Best. .fBH5 cither physical or spiritual indigesBut the doctor banded his wifo tion, was soon fast asleep. the usual price, saying, decld edly: gprnaaoHaan PER POUND CAN. ONLY He bad not slept long when ho "I think, Martho, it is worth it, was startled by a sound of supand that others underpay her -ON' pressed laughter and whisper of: should bo no reason for our doing so. "Walt; wolttlllwoallgotln." Then, And, Martha, when you aro through Investments. Small in responso to an explosive littlo out there, I wish you'd come in, I Returning prosperity nill mako many rich, but no whero can they make ho bad "Nowl" the silk handkerchief want to talk over ono or two mat- so much within a short time as by successful Speculation in Grain, Provis- spread over his face on lying down ters with you." ion and Stock, was jerked suddenly off, and ho And as his wife left the room he opened fils oyes to see tho room filled bait expected to hear again oo FOR EACH DOLLAR invostod can bo madoby our tho peals with impish figures, which sat of elfin laughter, and tho chorus of Systematic Plan of Specalation swinging their little legs from tablo voices exclaimiug: "You see us now, originated by us. All successful speculators operate on a regular system. and chairs, whllo a wholo row of doctor! Oh, yes, you seo us nowl" It is a well known fact that there arc thousands ol men in all parts of tho them were perched on tho back of Chicago Advance. United States who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, make the loungo whoro ho lay. large amounts every year, ranging from a tow thousand dollars for the man Ruby Mining In Burmah. In responso to his look of amazewho invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to $50,000 to 8100,000 or ment they broko out In peals of misAlarge quantity of tho world'ssup-plyo- f more by thoso who invest a few thousand. chievous laughter, exclaiming: "You comes from the Burmah It is also a fact that those who make the largest profits from comparit-ivel- y don't know us, doctor, but wo know mines, rubles which havo been actively small investments on this plan are persons who live away from Chicago youl Oh, yes, wo know youl We'ro worked slnco the annexation of Bur- and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. of your opportunities. Look eomo mah government. Our plan does not risk the whole amount invested at us, doctor! You never sow us ruby by the British about twenty-si- Tho covers both sides, eo that whether the market rises or falls ou any trade, but district Is it brings a steady beforo? You didn't havo 'light' miles long and twelve broad, and profit that piles up enormously in a short time. enough to seo us by; but you seo us WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual on successlies at elovatlons varying from nowl Oh, yes, you seo us nowl" pointers four thousand to five thousand ful speculation and our Daily Market Report, full of Vt sight of his increased bewilderOur Manual explains margin trading fully. foot above the sea level. Some of ALL FREE. Highest rei ment they only laughed tho harder, the mines have been worked by tho erencea in regard to our standing and success. and swung their littlo legs in a very natives from very rcmoto periods; For further information address 52. 0 mo abandonment of glee, exclaiming: in fact, old workings aro found over THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, "There's a lot of us, dootor a lot an area of sixty-si- x squaro miles. It 211 242 Rialto Building, Chicago, 111. of usl You didn't know there wero is in tho lower clay beds of the river so many of us, did you? And there's In similar deposits alluvia, and a lot more of us that aro lost. Too formed In gullleo In tho TESTING EGGS. bad, doctor, isn't it? Dut we'ro all that tho rubles, spinels and other here, doctor! Oh, yes, we'ro all gems aro found. In tho alluvia A Handy Way of DiscoverONE GIVES KEMKP. borel You didn't seem to seo us squaro pits from two feet to nlno ing Their Condi. when we came alono, so this tlroo wo feet across, ingeniously timbered TO7-- 3D. thought we'd all como together." tion. with bamboo, are sunk to the ruby Hahtford, Kentucky, The dootor looked helplessly from earth, which is drawn up by bamboo ono to another, and, clearing his h baskets. In tho long open Eggs, in a fresh condition, are one Gs throat in a slightly embarrassed trenches arc carried from the sides of our greatest food supplies, but stale manner, said: of a gully. Regular mines are "Ahcml Well, I wish you wouldn't opened In some places; In others or decayed eggs are an abomination Will draw droits from a nice, neat nuisance in the extreme. all talkatoncel" Then addressing the limestone Is quarried. cozy cottage up to a fine two story The writer discoved a way to test house. Will draw plaus ireo of a little fellow perched near his pillow, years ago, which ho said: "Suppose you tell mo who "Will charge. Children Cry for eggs severalgiven to the public, has on all kinds of make careful estimates never been you aro and what you want." Its buildings, and reinod-old houses. Motto "Llvo and Castorla. "Cortaluly, doctor," tho littlo elf simplicity knocks all other methods replied; whllo a subdued chorus of in the head. Take a phauiplet about let live." Know Mslhtnir CalitllUMr. "Certainly, certalnlyl" was heard 8 by 13 inches in size and make a "Knownothlng" roitld be an apall over the room, accompanied by propriate name for Hardin, the Dem- tude by rolling it up just so nn ordistifled peals of laughter. "I'm an ocratic candidate for Governor. Since nary hen's egg will not go in sideopportunity that was sent to you tho Mr, Hardin's nomination lie has been ways. day. You didn't seo mo then, other Commeras silent as a clam, no newspaper Place the egg in sideways and roll but you seo me now." correspondent has ever been able to it towards you, holding it either in a cial $1.25 "Oh, yes, dootor, you seo him get one word of an interview out of strong sunlight or looking towards a nowl" burst In dollght from tho laughAn .IdvertUfinent in I lie iinier In him. Realizing this fact a hotel clerk bright light. A fertile egg will, after ing elves. "Don't you remember," tho littlo in Louisville undertook the task of four days' incubation, contain a small Hortliliio on llio If lire, fellow continued, "when tho big interviewing hira, thinking probably red spideMike foetus of the coming oriulerinl in Liullra. We offer no apology in placing basket of clothes came homo, and that he would meet with better succhick. This enlarges rapidly, aud it Mrs. Thomas said she wondered if cess, but whether he did or not we is quite interesting to one having you , "The Ladies Safe Protector," it iarf absolutely reliable easily sho wasn't paying too much for tho leave it to the reader to judge for deto watch time its the adjusted, docs not become misplaced washing in theso hard times? That himself. Said the clerk: velopment. unfertile An egg and insures protection. Can be worn big basket full for a dollar, you know, "Are you going to debatewith CoL is perfectly clear, regardless of the when desired without observation or doctor! And sho said Mrs. Drown only paid sovonty-flvcents, with Bradley?" "I don't know." "Will time of incuberation, and is Iresli (or knowledge- of another and prevents thrco in tho family; and somebody the Populist candidate be given a table use for several days after the disagreeable annoyances under cer If you uso it onco across tho river only paid eighty chance in those debates?" "I don't hen has gone to sitting. Popping, tain conditions. cents, and had ever so much bigger know." "If you do debate will the rotten eggs are those fertile eggs in you will never bo without it. It is washings, and all done by the same currency question be ignored?" "I which the chick or germ has died iaithful,safo and reliable friend whenever needed by tperial circumstances woman. Yes, I seo you remember," don't know." "I see that Charley during some of the embriotic stages. requiring Us uso. It is an article evas a red flush spread over tho doc- Long says you will speak for gold Before boiling eggs, especially at ery woman should keep ready tor im tor's face. when the time comes, nod that John this season of the year, it is a good mediate uee. It is simplo to use, and With a little stammering he reinspires confidence to tho woman usplied: "Well, I told Martha I guessed S. Rhea says you will sacrifice office idea to test them and prevent all pos- ing it, It is reliable and scientifically A tho woman wasn't overpaid, and for character if you don't stick to sil- sibility of a scene at the table. ver. How about that?', "I don't fresh egg has a very small airspace in made, insures protection without inithat 'the laborer was worthy of his to health, and any good phyei-ciknow."About this time an Eastern the large end, which increases with jury would hire.' say. Wo aro of the opin"Oh, yes, wo know you did, wo drummer stepped up and asked the age. Beware of one showing an air ion that no article has ever been made know you did! But afterwards you clerk to ask Hardin his name and see space of of the egg, as the which will givo as much satisfaction talked it over with her, and you said if he knew that. Mountain Echo. evaporation of an egg has taken away to tho women to to day as "The Layou didn't feel called upon to pay Tho immense all of its good qualities, leaving only dies' Safe l'rotcctar." moro than other folks, and if Mrs. tales of this artlclo is a substantial vored substitute. a strongly-lia- r Brown only paid soventy-fivcents Do not indorsement of our claim. Country people should always test therefore experiment with any of the for hors it was as much as yours was When lUbjr waa alck, we fare her CaatorU. their eggs before marketing them. numerous unreliable articles, as it is worth. And all this time, dootor, When ahe u a, Child, ah cried for CaatorU, you knew tho poor woman worked By guaranteeing their soundness an both dangerous to health and expen Vrtieu alio tocauM MUs, aha clung to CaatorU. day and night to support herself Such experimenting-ca- n abundance above the market can fre- sivo to do eo. Wliao ahe; had ChUdrvn, ah giro Uiem CaatorU. and her children, and hard times for only result iu loss oi time, disapquently be realized. Then the repuyou meant hard times for her, and If tation of selling unsound stock is not pointing aud dismal failuio. Ladles should remember this beforo ordering others ground her down to tho lowto be desired. est posslblo prlco thoro was tho oilier goods and not waste- their time This knowledge will likely be of and money on inferior articles. moro nocd for you to bo liberal." Tho Uol IUrber. lifst is always the cheapest. "The One oi the best barbers in this end benefit to many of the Commercial's "That was your opportunity, docIt is original, and we hope Ladies' Safe Protector" is sold under tor!" cried tho othors, omphatlcally. of the State is located in Haitford readers. "That was your opportunity. You and his name is I I. Bulllngton. our readers will put It into practice. apositivo guaraateo for uso for one one year, with lull directions and Id boo it nowl" Carrollton Commercial. His shop is located just above the sent scaled in plain wrapper upon reTho dootor shifted his position Commercial Hotel, anal lie always $2,00 order rather nervously, and his eye rested Children Cry for ceipt of express moneynot waitforbut orthree for 85.00, Do on a little fellow perched on a chair keeps everything in tho Tery best of shape around his shop, clean, new der at once. Address, The La near him. Castorla CitoefjuSi'EQiAi.TV Co., Ltf Croeso, "And who nro you?" ho usked. towejs, nothing old or ;shoddy nbou, 48-- 1 Wh. yr. "Aro you an opportunity, too?" him. Invoyou I"1 yoiiriibrrlillouT poor-bous- MAIIV A. MIM.KR. ono of ust ho's ono of us I" Tho elf continued: "Glad you seo mo now, doctor. I tried hard to bo noticed last tall. You remember when you took that poor little Packard boy to work for his board and clothes? Good boy he was, too " MMMJ0S0W30l8S8SMeSe Sm Db JI Law a mM Vot ft flAN f ntlTAtN A I'ATKNTt tmnpt answer nd nn fionft opinloti.wTlU to SllfNNiVCO.iWhnhiiTbMdnevhrnhrrrari1 iprlnMln inarmfMaMit bintlnfa. Cmnmunlf th mtrnt lal A iinnininoHOi in tlnna ttrlMli formation concern ui I'ntriitn n1 bow to ob a bjiuiiuk i&in IoaI cSWDS CUHYKIUHlCu Tell Your Wife that yott have read that Clair-ctt- e ?k MOTHERS, Do You before th art broiiflht nnt mat in inn inTemor, 1 hla aniPTHltd rancr. iMueawecair, iManilvltlnaif-itfxnaaoTiaiina UroMt circulation of nnv pel en t no work in io world, sj a rrar. pamnifl corieaMninr Ilullding niltton. monthtf. flfiOn rear tMoaJa mplca, 'J.lcenle. Krcrr number contain bcrni tinn platM, IIn colore, and photnsrapna of nw hottnef. with plana, enabling build era (o ahow tbo Atiurri laietli flMiinii anu pccutb romrnris) DilOAliWAY. JNN & CO NKW VOUK, 3UI ratma taken. inrouirn iinn A P. TRMlra Mr I nnttcln tn widorfmliflfl Ampi frnmwxt public wlttf iLoi noMsil and adcntlflo bonki rniaioguQ vi intra iem irea aiso nt fi one of greatest tions Sonp in the labor-savin- tr inven Don' l delay but keep yourself posted in state and county affairs by subscribing for Tho Hartford will save her strength, save her time, save her clothes. The merits of Tell her that it time-- of the appeal at once to every thoughtful woman. moat economical aoiiti to lw , nmcurcfl. sM Cm rtvmuii.n. nr,i ........... . Ifa the beat, pnreat, und ..!.. Republican halt-blin- d Louisville Commercial both papers one year for only $1.25 in advance. MOST IN QUANTITY 2C and The N. K. Fairbanlt Company, e3atoaaaocpttaataaoenKagpa9sg St Louis. i... VU.J U jj char-itabl- DESTINQUAUTV Ches-tcrvlll- e, f . ii V!WMjmmmmmMM o m &a&ffi$&lC WHITE'S GREMl. I I Pitcher's Castorla. VERMIFUGE FOR SO YEARS Has lod nil WORM Ramodlos. 8 WmMSBSmakm iS'imMWmttArrfP$ti&?!3P!C ' EVERY ax. & y: GREEN APPLES! 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I have been n tobacco fiend tor many years, and during the past two years have smoked fifteen to tyeuty cigars regularly every day. My whole nervous system became affected, until my phsicisns"lold me I I tried the must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, at least. various other remedies.but without Civcitsan-"Kceley Cure," Trade Msiks tttncil ami allpal.al fcjHlneis for IKIIIITtUK KIEV Mr Three weeks ago success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-Curo.- " twee l.in ii iiamcaiate iciml) uf Iht I'alcnlOmcc, I consider myself I commenced using your probation, nnd nd my fcchltlt lor Kicuring pjitnts srt un.urpais.d tenj model sketch or phuiograj.h of liiv.ntion, with completely cured; I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobac itMcrljrtlnn aril irtlemim ,s lo j.lvjnujc. cl.lmoj. has completely left me. co, which ever inveterate smoker fulty appreciates, V"A' ehitrj mntle fur tin vptnton n to Jtiilrntrtblllli, turf my fe for proiccutlng Iht I consider your "Baco-Cursimply wondcrful.anil can fully recommend it, indication , not he cnltrtt ihr until Iht C. W. Hornick. Yours very truly, .Toaa1 intent Baco-Curois- How to Curb Yoursklv Wiiilk Don't Nlop Tobnrrn. 3SLy . Baco-Cur- Baco-Cur- o TOP TOBACCOS: -d DON'T TWO-CKN- T t. cotuti-cla- to-d- ay y o" it nllmrtii. tiliunj full o al one-thir- o Pitcher's EAST HOUND dialy daily r.OllIHVIM.II.NT. l.O I) IN A TP.X. II. II No. 52. No 54. I.v. Henderson . . 7 o n 111 2 55 p m WEST BOUND daily daily. BAskctts . . 7 34 a 111 3 10 p 111 POSITiONTGOSSflNTEED No. M No. err. Spottsville . , . 7 42 a in 3 16 p m I,v. U. Ijuisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a 111 under leasonaUc conJIllons Do not say It can 8 jo a tit 3 23 p 111 Reads not txMlont, till you send for frca catalogue of Ky. Street . . . o 45 P 7 45 a m Wdrthingtoii . . 7 58 rt iu 3 3 P " West Point . 7 25" p m 8 25 a m DRAUdMON'S PRACTICAL p iu Stanley . . . . 8 06 a 111 Howard . . . , 7 30 p m 8 28 a iu Griffith . , . . 809am 3 41 p m Wlllowdale . . 7 39 P h 8 37 a m (fiMicdiS- Mattlngly . . . 8 J 7 a m 3 47 p m Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m Owensboro . . . 8 30 a ni 4 00 p m NnNliillic, Tciiii. Lonir Branch . 7 55 p m 8 53 a m S 40 a 111 4 e8 p in Tills ColleRe la strongly Pates Ly tiankcra 8 0.1 t) iu o 02 a m Braudcubutg and nierchano rOUk weeks by Draughon n . . 8 55 a 111 4 20 p m Powors . . $ 13 p in 9 11 u in Ekron tiachlng Ixmkletplug Is wiual lu S'.'.'.W.i'i TWELVE uetka by the old plan Sntclal ad Waitniaii 90s a m 4 29 p m Guston . . . . ii 21 p m 9 19 a tit vantagea lu hliortliaud, l'cnmausliliund Lewispoit 9 13 a pi 4 36 P Irvlngton . . , 8 30 p 111 9 30 n m Cheap Iward Open to Imth aexca No vacation huter now. Railroad Fan Paid. Cnyce 9 19 a 111 4 42 p m Webster . , . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u 111 . . 9 23 a 111 4 45 P "t Wt t"ve Falcon . . preint UUOlEi OlUVl, Ixllburg . . . 8 45 p ui 9 47 a booka on ruoKKBKnau, Petrie 9 2oa ui 4 51 p m hllORTIIAND ANDl'BNMANaillHesuct.lally odapt- 8 55 p iu 9 56 a 111 Pieice ed to ' home atudy " Write for 'rllunu hludy " Hawcbville 9 37 a m 4 59 P " Sample . . , . 9 00 pm 10 00 a nt clruilars nl oiuc Skillman . . . . 9 4H a 111 5 09 p 111 Stephensport . 9 09 p m 10 09 a in Shops io 06 n iu 5 21 p m NOTICK. . . . 9 14 p iu 10 14 n m Addison Gloverport . ., 1005 a 111524 pm I WANTeierrinanand woman In tho United Holt 9 17 p 111 10 20 a m Itataa lntereild In tbo Oplnm and Whisky 10 20 n in 5 36 p m Holt . . Clovcrport . . 9 28 ji m 10 33 a m kablt to haro ona cf hit books on thsaa Addison , . . lo 23 am 540 p iu Address II. M. woollay, Atlanta, Ua. 10 37 a " Shops . . . . 9 31 P box Ml, and one will be lent jrou Ire. Stephensport . ,' 1028 am 5 45 pm Skillman . . . 9 43 P m 10 50 a m e . Sample . . . 10 37 a m 5 52 p m Hawesville . . 9 54 p m 11 02 n I'llenl I'llcM IIcIiIiik I'llca. Pierce . . . . 10 41 n 111 5 57 P m . . . . 10 02 p 111 11 09 a 111 Symitoms Moisture; iutense itchI,odlburg . . 10 49 a m 6 06 p m Falcon . , . . 10 07 p 111 11 15 a in ing and stinging;most at ulght;worse Webster . . . 10 57 a m 6 14 P in Cayce . , . . 10 12 p in n 19 a,m by scratching. It allowed to continue Irvlngton . . . 1 1 05 a m 6 22 p m Lewlspprt . . 10 8 p m n 25 runt tumors form, which often bleed and Guston . . 11 14 it m 6 40 p 111 Waltman . . 10 25 p m 1 1 33 jji ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's 1 1 22 a in 6 48 j) in Ekron . . Powers . , . 10 35 p m 11 435" Ointmhnt stopstheitching and bleedBrandenburg . n 31 nii; 558 j m ing, heals ulceration, aud in most I)ng Branch . 1 J 39 a m 7 07 p ra Ovvensboro . . 10 5f 'ratWw 06 pun cases removes the tumors, At drug11 47 a m 7 i4 P m Rook Haven Mattlngly . . 1 00 rujntft 18 ji m gists, or by mall, for so cents. Dr. Wlllowdale . 1 53 a iu 7 2 p m Griffith . j. . 11 141512 'a 33 i) m Swayue& Son, Philadelphia. Howard . . . 12 oj ji in 7 30 p in 1 1 18 mSnira 27 n m Stanley Wtst Point . . 12 05 p ut 7 35 p m Worthington 11 25 put 12 35 p 111 IIisva you rurivcil your Milirrf. Ky Street . 12 jspm 8 15 pm lion lor lbU3T 3 42 p 111 Reads . . . . 11 33 Spottsville , . 11 45 p m 12 si p m Ar U. louisvillt. 1 00 i in 8 jo n m II C. Mobduk, ll P A , lit. Price,' Cream Raklnj Powder Basketts , . . 11 53 Pm 1 Vpm l,ouisvlle, Ky. Ar, Henderson World's Pair Highest Award. is 10 a m 1 15 pm Gvira," cnn. 411 routmuul. Information seal fr. ffllloin CoitldcrcC oi Mrlcllj I'oalldtnllal. "Iiiva FRANKLIN H. h'OUGH om v riircct. wariiinu 'o.v. i. o. .. Nafer0, Ulrg-raph- y .... ... 'lly .... i . 1 . . 1 1 fi r. " mWlllW. -