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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895092701 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. N you Itomember gel llio Now York Tribune mid The both for one your, for one dollar aud twenty-fiv- o conts. Hbpublioan The Haeteokd Re PUBLICAN OFFICIAL CF.C-A- HAVE YOVPAJD Of ,KE PARTY IN .HEJODHH C02T&RESSI027AL DISTRICT, I t VOL. Vlll. EXITOBDE WATERMELON. An' my froat am dry nnd diuty As dc husk upon dc cavvn: I'or dc melon patch nm Itoiupkil Wheic de tendrils ustter twine, An' dc niggers t ster huttlc When de dtw was on de vine , O, de climate law dc melon Am de climate fav dc coon, An' dcy magnetize ench odar l)y de 'sistnnce ob dc moon, An' it nln' no ute er tulkin, When deni free goes out ter tide, Why. de moon shines on da nigger An' dc melon goes inside. O, de melon nenson's obcr, An' de fruits nm conic nn pniio, n HAll'JLTOllD, KY., FllEIMY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1895. paper hns 0 pages eight columns The wide or 48 columns in all. Thrlcoa week World Is not only much larger Uimi nny weekly or newspaper, Jjut it furnishes the nov.8 with much greater ftciency nnd promptness. In fact it combines nil the crisp, fresh qualltlea of n daily with the nttrnctivc special features of n weekly. We have made arrangements to World and send the 'fhrlcc Tnrt Rhi'UIimcan for only $1 65 per Yours, year. Subscribe nt once. TUB RIU'UHUCAN. semi-weekl- y stand with The Hopubllcan. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco nnd wo will sond you Tho Loulsvlllo Wookly Commorclal ono yoar froo. ibsorlbo at onco. Will show how von THIS TAG 0.9. Latest U. S. Gov't Report VBsnanstmsGBSWBBaiaxsiBBBaa nil llio llmo ntiout llio nrent r . BABY remedy utiles It iloea wlint wo elnlmi lliHO mothers don't Klvotlielrrlillilren ton, the ptigilistjdimup put the same question 10 mm. the Mnjor, "I "Well." ntiswori did think so, iiiTt I e lmd hell ol n change In my opin n." 11 Highest of all in Leavening Tower. I'HUl'hbbWftAJ, E. VA1W. II. l. aUKFV. I). HINDU Attorneys ggt aw, OWENS PINK MIXTURE Yrlien teetlilnir, for tho fun of It. 5T SAVES BABIES' LIVES undiloetora' Mil. nnl sleepless nights. 'J i Iter 21 rents mul u ccnls, nt nil drug store. (lot tho genuine, look for Frank W. Fiord sslgnatu.ro on everr package. " "iiSoEoo GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $150.00 every mocth given away to any one who p oIim throw ih ui fur the mott mentonoui patent dunng t)it month preceding i h and the object of ihl offer U to Mcouraaf Inventor! to ktrptrack cf their bright ftJtaa. At lht i.ma urna t public the (act that wub la Unprai upon IT 'S THE SIMPLE.TRIVI AL INVENTIONS WoiPoiiroIliobfitpfttonttforonrclIenU, ut THAT YIELD IWUNES, lucfcai Ui"cMrInddwMwhUhcaat)eeauTysUt) and dawn without breallnf the "aawo-pan- O, de nigger an' dc melon Is pluntnncous lit tie boul, An' dc melon fits dc climate As it fits dc nigger's uioul, W'ile dc seeds slide out de cornders, An' de tine pokes in hli jcars, Ah dc juice slides down his brisket An' tie red core disoppeais. Deni was white folks in dc pynrden Dat ct apples; tell jer why If de debbil wanted niggers He could ketch 'cm nn de fly, An' he nccd'n git no snrpnnt I'er to lead 'cm into sin: lie could ketch 'em wid a melon W'ile de juice Wis on deir chin, Whenever the little children, the or the big men want something to tegulate their liver or cure constipation nnd biliousness, Dr. Hell's Tiny Tonic Tablets is what they must have. They cure nnd you never feel it. Purely vegetnble. se a vial ',. Wayne Grldin & ilro. ' stopper.1' andathouiind other I.ulthinet that any oo can find a way of Improving , andthew UmpU taventioAa arc the onei that brine Urfeit rrturna to the author. Try to thmk of iomcthfo to invent. back. pannr'i"bottle up rtvt P.lf ntt tattn nut through us recti., special nctic. In tlie" Nauoaal Recorder, rmbliahed at Washington, D. C , which is the celt nawipa per puMiihci in America V furnish a yeat'a ant. In lot inltrctli of inYcntora. aenption to thla jeurnal. free coat, to all our clients. W. alao atlv.nle, free af colt, the Invention each month irhicliwlniourlsotrlir. audit undreda of thouaanda rr is not so hard as tt it seems. of capita of the "National Recorder," conuimnj a sketch of the winner, and a deKtlption of ma invention, Wul be scstteieii throughout the United States among capitalists and msnu&iclurcrt, thua bringing to their atlentiun lha menu of the invention. All enmmonicaUonl regarded llnct) con&JcntuL Address 618 P Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. Box 385. IV Ktfirimltititir eftVd fftr WtiUfirtut J?KE3. Solicitor JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., ol American and Foreign Patents, Jfn4mfUt. sKsav BUGKEYEIIISJ OINTMENT (CUBES A SURE rsDiM BUT PILES. WDTHiaS and CERTAIN CURE IB vnaranatho DEST REMEDY for PILES.! Bnr.n iiy A 1. 1. uitvaniRTfl. ttitT:3Au:: vts co.. ti.usij. tinnwnfnr CJiaapoako Ohio and Southwestern R. R, tie uissa xi?i t 'TWEEN LOUISVILLE -- AND MEMPHIS. ALSO rnoM CINCINNATI ANO TO EVANSVILLE. Heme bojs 'ACie asked the other day to define "editor." lute are) some of their definitions: "An editor is a man who handles words," "An editor makes his living out of the Iiiiglish language," "An editor U, dc roas'in yc'rs am scrumptious, is somebody who dots notdonu) thing An' dc chowder'3 radder nice, himself, and when somebodyelse does An' de possum, brown nn' tender, goes end tells ctber people nil nl out Fills de bill feronceer twice, Catarrh it," "An editor is a man who has the with LOCALCannot bo Curod as Ordc 'slmmons in DectmLer, APPLICATIONS, Nicely iiostcd, dcy is (n'r, industry cl n bcner, tl c instincts of they cannot reach the seat of the But n juicy untcruicllton " a bee and the patience ol en nis Catarrh is n blood or constiAlius seems ter git right dere! Book Buyer. A. T. Woidcn. tutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Now York World. Anocdotos and Application. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internedition of tho The Twice, week invention of the enemy. A ally, and acts directly on the blood New York World has been converted Collcy Cibber. and mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh Into the Thrice-a-weeIt furnishes As illustiatiug the political situais" not a quack medicine. It papers ol 6 pages apicce.or eighteen tion in Kentucky Gov. Buckner refers Cure 3 was prescribed by one of the best pages every week, nt the old price of to an anecdote which the Courcir-Journphysicians in this country for years, One Dollar n jenr. This gives isr' tells at length alter this fash-- . and is n regular prescription. It is paper a year for One Dollar nnd every ion: composed of the best tonics known, Major Throckmorton and three or comblucdwith the best blood purifier, four others were engaged in a game VTT.T. directly on the mucous surface. of cards in this city. Among the acting both In tho Tcf it ncta, and In tho wot tt'i The perfect combination of the two toU, it Dr. Pieree'i Golden Medical Discovplayers was a man who, though a ery. produces such A Innff nrnre-ln- n nf lliaOOSeg glUTt from A stranger, appeared to Lea gentleman. ingredients 13 what blood. Tnko It, tut wonderful results in curing Catarrh. torpid liver and Impure Appearances were deceptivc.however, you ought, when you fool tbo first sympSend for testimonials, free. tom (languor, loof appetite, dullnoM, for he was soon detected in and chargAi nn npicllzin(r, restorative F. J. CHENRY & CO., Props , Torepel dinonso una tonie, to ed with cheating. (S As the players 9 U ledo, O. liuiiu up tuo necucii ucsu arose to their feet the crook asked one nnd itrenRth, there's nothSold by druggist, price 75c. ing to equal it. It rouses ol them: every organ into healthful "Do you believe I wascheating.siri" Half Ratos to Croonvlllo Acaction, purifies and enriches tho blood, braces up do," was the rnswer. count Mulilenburg Co. tho whole system, and braltb and vigor. Whereupon heusi promptly knock I Fair. W II Mrs. SCBAM OorriKRT. ot V V A ed down by the gambler, who was an Excursion t.ckets will be sold via Ittef- - iliifnu Count it. II Inn- v frit, Jl writes: " I have taken three athletic giant. the C, O. & S. W. R. R. Oct. 9U1, Jmttlcs of your 'fJolden )lnllcal nlaery , and "Do you believe I was cheating?" 10th. nth nnd :2th good returning feel quite well and Mronir now. so tbst 1 am. able to until Oct 13th. An attractive prohe asked of another of the party. An mv wfirlt wllltnut Oin gramme has been prepared and all lira, QorntiiT. icajt fatigue." "I am bound to say I do," was the are nssured ol a good time who atreply, nnd down he went also. T. B. Lynch. tend. P. A. Then, turning to Major Throckmor- a k. al Whntlsan Editor? The force of til anecdote lies in Tht; gentlemen the nnnllcatlon of! who have been knocked down are certainly Judge I.imlsav nnd Gov. Bucks iter, and Mr. Walterson has had such a change ol opluioiyihat he is ready now to sacrifice opinions, differences and everything mid consistencies, else rather than have the game interrupted. Mr. Hardin was called to Louisville by the Central Committee to explain or to modlly his expressions at ttic Auditoiium. lib earn c to Louisville, bluntly told tliercommlUee in effect that he was tiredftd tbeir interference that he had nothing to rX plain ofto modify, and that' he intended to carry the campaign to the end just as he had begun it. Iu that case, said the committee, we shall appeal to the Democrats to sacrifice their opinions on the niter ol ihe party, and give you the best possible vindication in the shape of a You and Jo Blackburn big mcjorlty. nre the party. Louisville Post. & iryW&SsI if An&&WKEVU .PURE &&&&& a Doad Town Is shimmers nnd shades with every movement, that not n pUrc color no a fllower form is distinct, nndthe whVe effect, though showy, is nol gaudy. A great denlol green is mingled wi 1 blue nnd with purple, and there are many fancy brocaded stripes in which the stripes is armed by convention' alized flower and leaf designs; thus a vine of white satin leaves runs over a changeable ground ol red and green which is strewn with seed-lik- e dots of green nnd yellow. Grounds of rich pehu de soies are by fine geometrical lines of brocade in the ground color, while a contrast-tincolor is thrown o ;er all. From "Review of Fashions," in Demorest's Magazine for October. cross-hatcheg W ill prnuiice 111 nil courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt ami Court of Appeals, lections aud all legal business attended to. Office 320 E. Market St. " HOWTO DOIT. How to Wako "r- oflntorostto Evorybody, .JcoiisrEj, ii 'I wW&fh Pierce ; C 8-- AND Do not purchase a Ticket NORTH, CAST, SOUTH OR WEST Uulll you have consulted an Agent of the O. O. LIMITED eg S. W. R. R. TRAINS, MODERN EQUIPMENT. rui.ui.uf BUi'i'irr sleepers, JOHN ECHOIC, GEN. MOD. T. lauiaviu., 1). LYNCH, GIN. PASS. AOT. Kv. old, Silver or (sreenb&cys? The Lexington Business College,; THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. V CVH'ffO Ovimrctid lltth tht Mati A raaor ot tht tommoliHealtll, tti I'reltlcnf und nl llio mate Collet., aud tlio Sm-rtar.Tr.murrr ol tlio HKurlty Trust and Haletr ami to .tanlnr Its Itlitluiama. ot surcMstuI army liv lis atud.nta, wlioat .alarle. aggregate litaudrctla ol tliouuiiarf. of tlollaira ter aunuin leading ol the Itt'.i'KHUNCI.M. and tu.tn.. luen Mho aro Its friends fljafreu of aietuiil. traietlrl and patrons, er departuaed In liiashira Inatrurllon ment makMislmoiiihaenualab) any oilier plan. .ATt.vr ani iiiuiii-tr- A limns.Anns, "am Medals and III. llrst 1 remlurai. uold and lMploiuas. CIO," at tb. Iiilrrnaitlolinl awnnlol Ilia s)slem of Wlnlrr :xoalllon, In thla College. Ilrail Iluoh.Keeplnir uard sears practical of llnalne atboiilc.ki.pl rand Id perl accountant, s efperlenci AU'Aifia muit-v- r i' American tea. MIJtllltN i:lMlHirlUN In to' f.ille-ar-- , Br; and l.ia of shorthand," lauglu this llio asurlU the lllglie.t Kadorariurnt III lu the head of our Hhurlliand Department tali ez ot Hits ajatem. court reporter), from the aulhors Tri.llllltAI'IIV. Miinerlulrntlrnl aolour ! airiu lias record llallwiar from Mght of II seara' practical Operator to Chief Train Wspalcher. wills Ilia KndorMtl by largest rruutt I Inea In America Uperalors. Train Dispatchers, Muperlnundenta, and Slrailli it nllwarand telegr.pU companies. Ilia Horld owning Tlie nlr Mrlioul In llullway Hrstem for and the operallug a itnplete purpose ol ruling Us graduates to go direct to good no.lllons as practical oiierslora iNWTni'tniON In all departments a 4'laaa Dork. I'ltK.f. with any course, I'rninanthln, lluslneas Correajiondence, Commercial Law, Commercial Arllhm.llo and Hpelllng lllchral Ulllrlal raadur.riurnt, the Ann t nr:t'i)i:MIii:i We arc for all; and have made arrangements to take either at PARin fact at a Premium because our new Fall Stock has been bought so that we can do this in our prices. The "Rise" in the Staples and Merchandise generally was anticipated and we got ahead of it. Now, friends read this: We have some SPECIALTIES, Our Dress Goods are absoWANTED lutely the "Newest and Nobbiest" and allow us to say the IMEtf in each county or two GOOD to take orders NURSERY ioi a CHOICE lino FINEST, selected to suit the best trade, besides our- Dres s STOCK or SEED of POTATOES. Wo Sfi and Seed Goods Department is presided over by Miss FANNIE BARNES givock you steady guaranteed. with employment GOOD pay. It will cost ycu nothing trial. whohas arranged to suggest the LATEST patterns and cuts. A to give it ayou prefer State whon writto sell. ing which No. Address. lady purchasing a new dress had as well have this advantage, THE HAWKS NURSERY CO., IsOcnnBTEii, N. Y. especially as it costs nothing. Come in soon, and examine cases of exhibits from Venezuela arrived in New York about this line. ten days ago, and were rushed by fast - "How to wake a dead town?" is a q jestion that can be of no special interest to this city, of course, and the question, as answered in the Manufacturer's Record, is partly reproduced here only for the'benefit of the other and outside cities In which the Here is n circulates. oi the letter: Editor Manufacturers' Record: In your issue ol August 23 Mr. T. C. Tipton, of London, Tenti., asks how to wake a dead town. I want to say that I never learned of a town tint did "wake up" until every inhabi Curo for Headacho. taut took a financial interest in some As a remedy for nil forms of Headusually by aiding some fac- ache Electric Bitters has proved to be tor enterprise, or through advertisthe very best. It effects a permanent ing and continuous advertising, not cure nnd the most dreaded habitual for a week, but for years in selected sick headaches yield to its influence. advertiseng mediums, A good medi- We urge all who are afilicted to proum costs money, but we get what we cure a bottle, and give this remedy a pay for every time. a fair trial. Iu cases of habitual conI am nn Indiana man, and so are stipation Electric Bitters cures by ail my investing friends. Now, there giving the needed tone to the bowels, aie thousands of dollais of Northen and few cases long resist the use of capital lying in the banks nnd salety this medicine. Try it once. Only vaults not only iu Indianapolis, but Fifty cents nt Williams & Bell's Drng Stoae. in all large cities, only waiting a favorable opportunity for investment. But thosetowns wanting financial aid Wliy not do no nt once jiiy your must first hhow their own confidence aubacrlpllou by leading off. the outside capital For SAtn: One combined saddle, will follow. Let me tell you readers harness and farm horse; 6 years old. that in Indiana in seven years' time For further particulars call on or adthere were raised.bonuses aggregating dress Tub Rni'Onr.iCAN, Hartford, upwards of $(,000,000 in only twelve Ky. tf towns. What did these towns do? iiis rcnewfMl your aiibaerin Why they gave this money to facto, llne linn lor 1HU3T nes that had capital of over f 20,000,. Appoint000, employing upward of 20,000 Superintendent's ments. hands, a weekly l $4". and an annual output of products exMonday, SruTEMinm 30, 1895. No. ceeding the amount ol capital stock o'clock Mrs. J. A. Wed-dinI know n small town of 1500 souls No. us 11 o'clock miss Bertha which wanted a factory, and wanted it badly. A meeting of business Felix. No. 36 2:30 o, clock Miss Bettie men was called; fifteen were present; out of the fifteen a self cousituted Martin. Tursday, Ocronnrt 1, 1895. committee was appointed on wajs No 298 o'clock W. . Stewart and means to get up a subscription. No. 33 1 1 o'clock C. E Crowder. One man who owned 200 acres of land No. 85 2:30 o'clock J. D. Oliver. ofiered to donate forty acres valued at Wkdnespay, OctBdkk 2, 1895. $10,000. His offer pas accepted, the No. 32 15 o'clock Miss Alice the land was platted, and within three days every person able to buy a lot Plummer. No. o'clock Wm. N. Cren-sba(expect an occasional croaker, whom wc have tith us as well as the flea No. 69 2:30 o'clock Miss Sue and serpent in every town) bought of these 100 lots, and raised $10,000 in Monroe. Thursday, October 3, 1895. Two years ago that easy payments. Mo. o'clock II. C. Crowder. town did not circulate $1000 a month, No. 89 n o'clock Birch Shields. tiiey including every store: No. 38 2,30 o'clock Miss Laura pay out in wages over $3000 per week for help alone, and another big plant James. Friday, Octourr 4, 1895. is building, while uew store's nnd No. 268 o'clock Miss Nannie dwellings are going up on every hand. Moreover, every man, woman Atbuckle, No. 79 8 o'clock Henry Leach. and child feels the beneficial effects of No, 2:30 o'clock Miss Eliza the distribution or money, and na one wanting work is idle. You sayjou M. Kahn. e No. 51 7:30 o'clcck Miss can't do the same thing, nnd can't Rogers. get tlie factory if you would? You All friends of education trustees 'can't do anything unless you try. and patrons especially are earnestly SALESMEN. requested to be present. pay-rol- OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Coramerco Building. Jnn.H. Cllcnii, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. (Onice, over Anderson's Bauur.) j.N.n. wedding. LAWYERS, Will practice their "profession in ah tlio courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, aud court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Alio Notary Public for Ohio county. mm M. L- - wTam.es .As,. Smith., flT KY. 'AW UAItTl'Oltll. Wih practice his profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties,-- and court of Appeals. Special attention given f Office east sldo of puh'ii collections. square. Heavrin. HEAVRIN & Siihlby Taylor. TAYLOR, KttorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. U Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. 88 g. R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public Oflico, room 20, Hartford House. Hartford, Ky. G-- Uimi AT;"UW WILL counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Conimen cial Hotel. 638 practice his profeseion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining Hartford, Ky. 278 Jo. B. ROGERS, Xitorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profession in th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business, entrusted to him. Office in Republican Building. Hor-tens- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all tb adjoining counties. Careful attention will he given to al business entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Office with the county Attorney. Also Notary Public o. im:. b.Au:r:t:e,i,,i Tho Dlscovory Savod His Llfo. courts of Ohio ana lle, i) 0-- Sixty-seve- n nit. lielrlment. fioi.ii'a Tlrriii uo'lMinnil'AI. for Instructions S7S.000.00 Uuaranleei lhat our College Is a. represented, or money re ri.KUA-sNKW HVILUlNJI. lunded. meet the owned, ereclail and f urnlahed by us, lootlnstruc-llou- . tequlrenieiila ol our practical system lnrni.ee. llrai. Kleclrle l.lglil. Walrr, The larceat and meal eenlllallon equipped llualueaa t'ullesa lliillillug nth. Moutla. WAHai.-HoIll:reals upon their colleges, wboa resnonilblllty word only, will tell you that more they will give you the "same," or a " " thorough course," In " leas time," or for lesa money," elo , than II takes to complete a newara ol such claims, course with us Ihey are) raise. C. Illustrated CaUlogae free. O. I'AMIUUN. I'rlnclpal, Address, Islington, KT, U1ITIONN. "Our Uuaranleo I'lau," Writ, for II enifr... UTIJIIV. will aav. yon money Write 4KISIK Unless Another SPECIALTY is, Ladies HEADWEAR. these goods arc the latest styles, they are not "worth a cent," hence Miss YIOLA PIRTLE, after years of experience, both in the city and country trade, is fully prepared to select from the best markets the LATEST, in fact just what our ladies want. "Come right along, and see for yourself, and in addition to this, wo have in the Finest Line of Ladies Wraps of every variety. Look at them, if you want to buy, it will pay you, if you don't want to buy it will cost you nothing. In Clothing,no pains has been spared, and we are Headquarters for fine Suits. Just come in and look. In STAPLES wo aotielp nteil tlio freight to Atlanta, where they arc being installed, along with the Mexican exhibit in the Transpotation Read our campaign offer of the Building. The Argentine exhibit is HARTFORD, KY. and Tint Republicalready in place in the Mines and given Forestry Building, and makes a hand- an for $1 75. SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col making Ac, some show. The World's Fall Tests also Notary Public for Ohio County. Col. Bradley Is making a splendid showed no baking powder Office North side ot public spure. and large canvass in Kentucky, so pure or so great In leavcrowds greet him everywhere with ening power as tho Royal. the kind of enthusiasm that is an unassurance of Republican mistakable Remember Tub Republican Office victory. has the finest grade cards, teachers, m ai Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is and give us your orders. new nnd original in style of package and medicinal qualities. It i J not only a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but is guaronteed to give satisfaction as nn ointment for old sores, piles, etc. Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, III., says; "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my Hie. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles aboat, but of TSTES-tauXj- ., 3E3. no avail and was given up and told I (Comity Attorney) could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent tor a bottle and began its use and from HARTFORD, KY. Will practico bis profession in tho the fust dose began to get better, and and alter using three bottles was up Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to coland about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store lections. Office in Courthouse. or house without it." Get a free JNO. B. WILSON, trial at Willians & Bell's Drug Store. Attorney at Jw, I. Attorney at Iaw Globe-Democr- J. It R. PIRTLE pNfe 1 A. Wayne Grifliu & Bro, "1USE and aro in uliapo to givoour customers thoao without In nil other lines wo tho jiuiipt-ed-up- ," which has characterized seaaoo, and expect a good need cotton goods nod somo other lines. are ready for tho The newest silks show a blending of many bright colors in brilliant effects upon broached and chine arc Taffetas chameleon grounds handsomer and in bdtter quality than heretofore, being heavier but not so stiff as those of last season. A pattern produced in many colorings shows a ground of orange and black, stripes of black satin h with at wide intervals, over which are thrown clusters of chine flowers iu all the rainbow colors, sotuibdued by the which backgrounds, changeable hall-inc- Novoltlos In Silks, Scrofula vi Ol - At T)n.lAM ifae. i writella.- -1 Have alway lutTeml from HP a. .,klk .l..l itlP1 remHlle, and manj reliable Tarlou DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. us..!.. trade "Bountelul crops," and "good cheer" aro abroad iu tho laud, and now wo 1 and good goods at right prices to mako things right. So como along ami try us, "Hose lo Cure nil NUIn Illaenaea." Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requir. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all cd. eruptions on the ace, nose, &c, leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy, Ask your druggist Jor Swaynk's YourS Sraly, IIOCKElj Sejot. 1895. ' J 1$ CO,, Beaver Dam. nonertlffiTwline, After (ai.nffouo.ueufui am con welt. I am Terr grateful to you, as I feel tnat It saved me from a life of uu- tnlil imnv. anil shall take pleasure In speaklnK only worue 01 praise ior uiu wum.i iui uw- Iclne, and In recommending it to an. Treatise on Wood and Bain Disease mailed tree to taj ad- - sss CO., Atlsnta, Oa. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for painless extraction of teeth. Kor Mn If, scholarship in the Lexington Business College. Call at this office for particulars. It will pay you. tf . ,ai s s . aj All Advertisement 111 I lie iier la Miirllilnooll llir Irurr, .. A uroaa. GUREDI ) 4WIPT SPECIFIC s OlNTMHNT. 34 iyr .. i - Hartford Republican rUDLISIIKl) KVUUY FItlDAY NAM A. AMir.llNUN JO. 11. IIOMKHN MOIWINU Proprietor. Ktlllnr. Subscription, $1,25 por yoar. Friday, SniTHMnER, 27 1895. The Owcmcoro Dally Tribune. published at Owcnsboro, Ky., is the nanioof n new Rcpuplioaii Daily. Tho paper Is ably edited by Mr. F.I1 Roberts, and presents n nico appearance. It has a good field in which to work nnd wo wish it unbounded success. THE FAIR Oponod Wodnoaday Undor Favorablo Giroum. stauoos. A .TOMV t'l i ? Editor Ringo has a tooth for ofcandidato than Do more gallant fice, He is now Mayor of Col. C. SI. Bamcli over carried the the town of Hartford, Master Combanner of a great party to victory, missioner of tho Ohio Circut Court, nml tho Republicans of Ohio county member of tho State Board of Equalwill seo to it that his majority is in ization and has just been nominated keeping with his ceaseless and untirfor tho Legislature. Howovcr, ho la ing cflorts in tho canvass. Let it bo in no danger of having tho latter 500 hundred and upward. office thrust upon his capacious shoulders. TiinLouisvillo Commercial says: "Ono of tho chemists of the ChicaDumnu last Friday and Saturday go University says tho essential iood steer can a scvero snow storm swept over tho elements of a 1,200-poubo placed in an ordinary pillbox. North-wes- t, carrying misery and de Tho difference between tho size of that struction in its path. Much suffering steer and its essential elements forciloss of property was the bly represents tho diflcrenco between and great The cold wavo from off tho the promises and tho performances of tho Deraocratio patty." snow reached this countiy Sunday night and tho result was a very Dunixo tho three months ending fall in temperature. SepMarch 31, 1895, we imported farm tember so far has been exceedingly Provproducts from the Canadian hot and the icy wind from tho Northinces amounting to west might bo said to bo both a welor a yearly avcrago of $0,25G,39G,52 come and an unwelcome visitor. This represents just so mucb AmeriTun first saloon was opened in can farm products displaced by tho foreigner. And yet ourFrco Trade Hartford Tuesday in a building herefriends say the home market is a tofore occupied as a dwelling house, and since tho opening the streets of myth. the town have scarcely been clear of Govekxoh Buckner lost week came drunk men and it is not putting it too out in an interview in tho Cturicr-Journ- stongly to say that in this timo there in which ho utterly annihihas been moredrunkenues) 011 the lates Free Silver, and tho position as streets than in the whole twelve auraed by Boss Hardin and yet very months past. There were two fights io nd t. lo 81,50-1,301.13- , al Large Amount of Stock on Hand. Wednesday dawned beautiful nnd everything was in readiness for the opening of the great Ohio County Fair The Citizen 4 Bind, of Ind., arrived Tuesdty night and is furnishing our people some excellent music this week. A large number of horses are here, Cm-nelto- u, FOR a day, but want to hold it forages to como. That's why you can depend on y to, consequently we never ! what wo say in our advertisement?. ourWe never exa.ora want to innko new eusto-g- j j Cash Store. We 0 disappoint you when you come to Imcrs. Wo want them to use our Goods: we want them to test our high qualities by m gactiial experience. Wo now have ready a fine stock of fall and winter goods pnnu goods were never so cheap. 3 - m i. a i - and nnd promised to excel any of former years. Great preparations have been made for the comfort nnd convenience ol the vast throngs that will be hi attendance. The Flora! Hr.ll display Is exceedingly fine, the track and ring are lu the very best condition. Stockmen from Ohio and adjoining counties and other StAtcs arc here to participate in the festivities ot the week, all of which goes to make Ohio County Fair so popular with the pco-pi- e in general. For want ol spice w omit the list of premiums awarded up to the time of going to press. y SOur PRICES Never Dry Goods, Cheap, ; - ,i FAIL to SELL the GOODS! I Bargains in Hats. . Cotton Checks as low ns Brown Domestic, good quality, only . 4C . 50 Ac Fine Sea Island, only Blenched, solt finish Wide, heavy Cotton Flannel, only - Heavy Wool Twill Flannel 5 and All Wool I.insey Cotton Flaids tor Shirtings, good Fine Wool Dress Goods Our Dress Ginghams, best styles Best Calicoes All the bht figured Oil Prints All the best Indigo Prints BgLWc have the most select Styles and Patterns of Dress Goods to be found in this market. An will quickly convince you of thi fact. 6c Fine Fur Hat, all shapes, only Cut Irom $t 50 and $2 00. Men's wool Hats, only Moil's Winter Caps, only Hoys' Drets Hats $ 1 00 50c 25c 25c and 50c 3 .'.... 5c soc sec 5c 20c 8j ;l Sir fc. t'lpT Tuesday night and Market Street be tween Union Street aud Fox Alloy was used ns a track for foot racing. Up to yesterday four men have been Such a put in jail for drunkenness. thing has not occurred here beforo in The political complextiou of Ohio many mouths. These arrests cost the county is no exception to the rule that county not less than i'l. GO each or time changes things. It lies within 86.40 lor tho four. Three dollars tbo memory of youngnienwhen Capt. and twenty cents a day is a pretty 8. K. Cox defeated Will Dyer Tay- good sura the people of a dry county lor for County Clerk by nearly 1,000 have to pay in order that a minority mojority. It also lies in tho memory of the white citizens of Hartford may of young men when thoBame Capt. have a saloon in the town S. K. Cox got off the track and out NO LET UP. of the way of the Republican proRecent occurrences have practical-t- y tho Legislature cession in the race for putthe Democratic party out of the in tho good year of 1895. race in Ohio county in that the party The speaking of Gen. Hardin at can now have little or no hope of carFordsville on Saturday was attended rying the county, if in point of fact by a crowd only about half as large they have at any time expected to do as that of Wednesday, which came so. No candid observer can doubt The the triumphant electiou of Col, Bar-ne- tt, out to hear Col. Bradley. and that the county will give speech was filled with the same anywhere from 4OO to GOO majority prejudice and marked by But some demagogic methods that have for him and the Stale Ticket. characterized Gen. Hardin during the fact that these things now seem His speech did certain should bo no excuse tor any his whole canvass. not revive the flagging hopes of the Republican to ceaso his efiorta to carry the county. Let all rather be enOhio county Democracy. couraged and strive to pile up the Until this week our esteemed con- majority,remembering that every vote temporary has seen proper to take no cast for Bradley in Ohio county helps sides in the discussion which has di- just that much to redeem Kentucky. vided its party, although it has been Ohio county Republicans had for the generally understood to be a Free greater part been playing only second Silverite. Now, thero can bo no fiddle until last November, when doubt of it. It takes up the Free they took the leading part and every Silver stuffed club and wades into Republican should see to it that the In view of this fact and time set for our Democratic oppothe fight. the further fact that the new Demo- nents be so rapid that they will concratic candidate for the Legislature tinue to como in a poor second until and the editor of the Hnald are one they nre as far behind as we used and the same, it is safe to conclude to be when Sam Cox could carry the that Jo Blackburn has gained anoth- county by 800 to 1,000 majority. er tropbylesa victory in tho nominaBoys, buckle on the armor, work like tion of a supporter, who will not be a beavers, take nothing for granted, inmember of the next General Asscm-bl- struct every voter, work till the polls close and lets administer to the and unwashed such a Now is the time, when we are cool, as will surprise them as greatexaggerated coloring of and when no ly as that they received last Novema man's lif 0 arc floating about, to sets ber. The price of success, rememtie the question who should be our ber, is to keep everlastingly at it. State officers lor the next four years. If you are satisfied with the old ring A H THEREi'MR. NORMAN. and clique then you should be content Tho records of the State Auditor's ed, but if not in your cool moments office arc public property and subyou can see tho rottenness that has ject to the inspection of any and all been perpetrated upon the Stato by citizens. But, notwithstanding, this Democratic rule, you should go to fact Auditor Norman, who is a canwork silently and earnestly and see didate for and manager ot that none of the old Frankfort ring is the Democratic campaign, on MonWe arc all too much in- day refused the records of his office returned. clined to wait until the heat of an to tho inspection of a representative election campaign has warmed us into of tho Louisville Commercial. This, in connection with tho tact life before looking for the kind of timber we want. Hunt it up now. Don't that this same Mr. Norman last week be long about it. Look into the rcc. bad the owners of the Commercial ords of the Republican party and indicted for alleged criminal libel, when tho November election comes tends to show that something is very Among other stamp your ballot under the Log rotten in Denmark. Cabin, and you vote for homo aud things the Louisville Pott, which has your home interests. heretofore .supported Mr. Norman, says: Gen. P. Wat Hardin, the David "The Evening Post confesses that B. Hill of tho Kentucky Democracy, itis unable to understand the attithe political boss who out Crokers tude of the Auditor's office toward Croker, come down Saturday night tho pending campaign." with the Hartford contingent from "In view of the past wo are surpristhe Fordsville fizzle and made an aled at the course ho is following at this leged address to tho miniature Har- time, for ho is doing himself n great din Club of Hartford. There may Injustice." havo been as many as two ideas in the address, but they were no where com "But it is not to be denied that nected so as to form a thought, and there is great discontent with tho sit these weakly little ideas, If thero uation at rranklort; a general demand to opeu the books;- - a growiug were such, were so covered up with a conviction that there should bo a fusilado ot meaningless phrases, glit- change, a clean sweep. tering generalities and hypochondr"the leelinc was stilled at tho con iacal vacuums that even a Philadel- vention, aud tho ticket was mado up phia lawyer with a corps of linguistic almost entirely of tho old public functionaries, of whom, to put it lightly, miners and sappers could not rescue tho people aro growing tired, them from the debris of their utter "Party loyalty may bo so strained deflation, Come again Mr. Hardin. that it may ureaK, aud the criminal Another discharge from your blank indictmeut, followed by the refusal to loaded batteries will suffice to put allow an examination ot minutes conthe Democratic party of Ohio county fessedly imperfect, will under thocin to sleep more effectually than did the cumstances weaken the ticket through' 400 Republican majority of last No- out." vembers By all means, Mr. Hardin, Mr. Norman is evidently afraid of como again. his record and he is lapidly convict lug himself at the bar of public opin ion. I AllS. Ijm Couih Sirup. TmimUuuO, Q Uttt COM WHIKI AIL list Holtt br drugiruu. Prl la lima. Friday, November 8th, is "Arbor narrow-minded wol-lopi, inconsistently concluded by saying he It has will support Air. Hardin. been well said that Buckner reasoned likes philosopher and concluded like a fool, that his argument was masterly nnd his conclusion idiotic. On returning from Calhoon on Saturday in company with Messrs. J. 1$. Rowe, R. A. Miller, and Judge L. 1. Little, Judge Owen sustained severe bruises by a fall in the ovctturniug of the vehicle at tile big hill, this side ol Glenville. The accident was caused by the breaking of tlie breast strap of the harness, which precipitated the whole load against one of the horses, which, taking fright, suddenly turned the wagon into the ditch Messrs. Miller nirl Rowe jumped from the wagon and sustained no in juries. Judge Little hid one finger sprained. Notwithstanding his painful bruises Judge O Ken returned to Calhoon on yesterday, ns the trial of Eaves will case was ia progress. Owensboro Tribunes. . - Vehicle- Ovorturnod. - 5c 5c 5c 50 e Low-Pric- 10c Hoys' Smpenders Men's Suspenders 15c Ladies' good Corset, only 49c Woven glove-fittinCorsets, Ladles and Misses, all slues now in stock; try them nnd nnd you will use no other. Table Damask, por yard 2$c aoc Table Oil Cloth, per ynid Two impels BraM Pin 5c . 25c Twelve spools joo yard Machine Thread . . . . Best Carpet Warp, and full weight, 5 pound btiitdl J101 g . fl ja 2N 5$ worth from $ 6 to $10, now nt $3.75 worth from 10 to 12, now at 6.50 These are Special Bargains and will not last Ion?; come early and get first choice. A A line of Men's suits line of Men's suits Nice and complete line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats, marked at prices that will sell the gooJs. We still have the Agency for Custom made Clothing nnd have Suits and Overcoats made to order very cheap. -- : n A. POXlNTTCESiEt. Maxwell Complimented. Maxwell, better known as Newville Is a pleasant little village of 50 or 75 inhabitants lying on the Ohio and Daviess county line. The greater part ot the town however lies in Ohio county. The town contains two business houses, two blacksmith shops, one hotel and is thehome of one physician. The people are quiet, prosperous, intelligent and happy, hospitable withal, nnd they believe in and practice the rendering unto Cesar the things that areCic3ars and unto God the things that nre Gods. I arrived in the little village late one evening recently, put up at the well kept Hotel, spent a pleasant night and by 10 o'clock next day every cent of taxes due from the citizens ol the town was paid and some of the citizens offered to loan to their country cousins means with which to pay their taxes. If there is a better little town made up of better people in all the land I should like to knot? where it is located. Maxwell is my model. Respectfully, Sam Keown, Deputy SherlP. the Shoe line we are fixed for you, as we have a fine stock of goods to select from and the prices are shaved down to the quick. line of LiJies' Shoes for $1 00; cannot be e.xrellsd for the money. And for $1.25, a pair we defy and challenge all competition, as they arc goods that average $1.75 and $2 shoe. Still finer Shoes for i 50 to $y, at least fifty per cent, jier pair under price. A line IIST .'SHOES-I- 33 will wear equal to the MJ-I- L We want every man, woman and child in this county to wear our Shoes, and to that end have marked the price from 50c to $1 under value. lino of finer of will suit I Wo have a fullstylo andallfit.the Don't Grades see Goods thatattending Slious fabric, fail to us While In Addition 4o all a Fiese Bargains tho most fastid-i- n m r. the Fair, as it TJ3 23 im m L JJ Ul C 'Swill surely result in Id money saving to yon. Remember there is but One Place; that is at tho IB K-- ZC fc2T O-XFsTV O lao EJUTTI r3 mt UU H n gniTK Hum FTT Mrf Vrt OCTM mnn "WT" feT fVP. HSCCS m rn cn rt f&n STOEE O1 ... -- FA" W- -i P k J.S" JGPVa - tfUK fcrlK t - TlS fW H in the world far Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and a 1 Skin Eruptions, and positively cun s Whltcomb Rlloy's Poem. Piles, or no pay required. It is guarJames Whitcomb Riley read the anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or motey refunded. Price 25 cents per following beautiful Poem at the G. A. box. FOR SALE BY Williams & R Uncampment at Louisville, which Bell. tf elicited much applause from the large audience: The Best Salve Bucklen's ArnlcaSalvo. 11 .jlffiiMiMi The Highest Prices paid for Country Produce. An Old Col. Q C. Shanks received tlie lowing letter yesterday which is 1 Condemn no man for not thinking as you think. Let every one enjoy the full and free liberty of thinking for himself. Let every man use his own judgment, since every man must give an nccount of himself to God. Abhor every approach, in any kind or degree, to the spirit of persecution. If you cannot reason or persuade a man into the truth, never attempt to force a man into it. Iflove will not compel him to come, leave him to God, the judgeof all. Jno. Wnsu:v. Please announce that Prof. C. M. Crowe ami Supt. 7. II Shultz, will address the people of Toleration. Editor: Speaking at Botla. 11 . the interest of elucatiou night, Oct 5U1. I wish to in sist that everybody interested in the cause of education attend this speak ing. Patrons please come out. J. L. Elmokk, Teacher. Beila In Sit-urda- y to the cause of religion in this county that Mr. Jo. B. Rogers of the will enter the ministry and will take his place in the pulpit of the Baptist denomination nt once. It must be said that the church in this locality stands much in need of the active service of able and devout young men and it is true the ministry has not received its share of the talent which has recently sought u place among the learned professions, We predict for Mr. Rogers n high place In his chosen profession. He was rapidly attaining an honorable position at the bar here and is n young man of vigorous intellect and the finest habits of industry aud ap plication, The Herald congratulate, the Baptist church of Ohio count., and of Kentucky upon what it h..s gained from the legal profession Ii) the acquisition of this latest additi .1, Hartford Herald, to its ministry. The furniture In the well In w i Cottage Hotel nt Beaver Dam. Ilmi e and two acres of ground for rent at Have ten regular $175 per year. boaders. Good location. Cfdl on or address D. J. Coleman, Beaver Dam, Ky. 93 t Kind Words. It is a cause for congratulation ForSalo. iVy." I am before you Fhli.ow Citizkss as the Populist candidate to retire- x,!it Ohio county in the Lower House ana am asking tlie sullraRc of every I.0U1SVIM.K. Kv.,Sept 2 5. '85. honest producer of wealth. If elect-iCol. Q. C. Shanks, Hartford, Ky. I jtledgc myself to work for the A 1'liACC HYMN 01' Till' Klil'UllMC. Comrade At a meeting of the 12th best interest of Ohio county, nnd look Tuere's a voice across the Nation like Ky. Cav. on Sept. 12th, '95, Capt. nfter and guard your inteiests to the best ol my ability. I promise nlso, a mighty ocean hail, Sam K. Hill was elected President, J. that my vote for United States Sena-to- r Borr.e up from out the south land as W. Pell Secretary. Meeting to be shall go to that candidate whom I held at Rockport, Ky.,July 4,1896, think will best subserve the great the seas before the gale; majority of Keutuckians on the curlis breath is In the streaming flag and for permanent organizition. rency question, viz : The enactment in the flying sail The following resolution was adoptof a law for the free and unlimited As we go sailing on. ed: coinage of both gold nnd silver nt the Rr.sor.viin, That we deplore the ab- present legnl ratio of 16 to 1. No one Our hope sank, even as we saw the sence Irom this meeting ol Col. Q C. will appreciate your vote more thati sink faint and far, sun myself. Resp'y, The shipofstatewentgroping through Shauks and Chaplain J P. Pell, an J. P. MlMItR. nbscuce enforced, as we know, by i"i m the blinding smoke of war Through the blackest midnight lur- the infirmities of age, and we deeply Cry ching, all uncheercd of moon or star, sympathize with them in their retirement from the active pursuits of life, Yet sailing sailing on. mi and earnestly hope that they may be New Sorghum at Carson & Co. As one who spake the dead awake, nble to be with us at our first reunion on the 4H1 of July next. with leaping warm, Young men or young women aspirSam E. Him, Pres.i2th Ky. Cav. ing to any vocation in life should Who walked the troubled waters, all J. W. Pkm, Sec'y. always remember that the bottom unscathed, iu mortal form, Col. Shanks for mote than f rounds of the ladder of time are filled We felt our pilot's presence, with his entury has been one of to overflowing, but there's always the most pophand upon the storm, ular men of the county and ay he room at the top. Thnt's where Dr. went sailing on Aud we Bell's Anti-Flfor colic, cholera Is one of the best Infoimed men, notand diarrhtua stands. It's sold at 25c O voice of passion lulled to peace, withstanding he is the oldest soldier nnd 50c on a guarantee by. 55. Wayne in the county, nnd no doubt In WesGriffin & Bro. this dawning of O voices twain now blend ns one, ye tern Kentucky. When Hon. J. H. Powell the silver sln,j !! fears away. tougucd orator comes to expose Since foe aud toe are friends, aud lo, Domaroo's Speech. Last Saturday was the appointed Pythianism Friday night September the Lord as glad as they time for the speaking of Hon. T. B. 27 your be thcie if you don't you'll He sends us sailing on. Demnree, Prohibition cauidatc for miss the treat of you lite. Get your Governor. A small crowd was in att- ticket nt Williams & Bill's drug ll'MP)Mi ul! your milHcrlllonT tore. Admission 25cents. to hear the "cold water" endance Mr. H.P.D. Wallaco Doad. candidate. There are hardly one Field & Holbrook bus will leave At his home near Big SprIngs,Har-di- n hundred Prohibition voters in Ohio Beaver Dam at 7 o'clock a. m. each county, Ky., on September 13, county, which accounts for the small iSy5. alter several months of great crowd. Mr Demarce made n good morning of the fair, arriving nt Hartford 8:30 o'clock iu time for fair suffering, Mr. H.P.D. Wallace speech nnd said many gool things. each day. into that rest that remalnetli for Of course he condemned every . .p other tne eople of God; leaving a wife, political organisation, Awarded thne children and two brothers and He was Introduced by Mr. W. M. Highest Honors World's Pair. o e ilster with a host of other rela-tiLikens, s nnd friends to mourn his loss. lie was born April 3, i8j8, In Pike Notice c u ily, Ind. He was a loyal hus-- b I have this day set my son,Frnukle .nd and devoted father, ever trying Wright, free, nnd will not be respon-scbl- e to make home happy and bright. In for any trade or transaction he Lis last hours of suffering he said to may make in the future, and will his friends: "I cannot stand this have no claim whatever on any proplong, but though my suffering Is great erty he may own or acquire, my way is clear." So dear aunt and W. F. WltlOHT. cuubins and other loved ones, let's September 14, 1895. j-- 3t take new hope and be more determinSeveral houses at Beaver Dam have ed to prepare for death and the judgment aud meet Uncle Harb in that been burglarized iu the last few days, home God has prepared for his saints, nnd Will Williams and an other felMOST PERFECT MADE. and oh, what a joy to be with Christ low were arrested and tried before of Tsrtar Powder. Free D. Wilson last Friday. A pure Craps Creim and many Ibved ones forever, Esq. Jont from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. They were acquitted, Lauka McKinnky. JO YEARS TUB STANDARD. folI Veteran. ' To thoVotor8of OhioCoitnty Republican of Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. O. KKADLEY. Garrard county Lieutenant Governor, WM.J.WOKTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, SAM II. STONE, of Madison county. Secretary of State, CIIAKLK8 FINLEY, of Whitley county. Children for Pitcher's Castorla. Trcasuror, GKOKGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. JUDGE Supt. of Attorney General, W. 8. TAYLOR, of llutler county. Public Jnrslruclion. one-hal- W. of J. DAVIDSON, Pulaski county. to-d- ux Higistcr of tho Land Office, CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, of Fayelto county. Commissioner of Agriculturo, LUCAS MOORE, of Marion county. , Railroad Commissioner JERRY It. PORTER, of Hickman county. For State Senator, DR. A. D. JAMF.S. For Representative from Ohio County C. M. BARNUTT. For Coroner, L. W. HUNT. I will close out at Hartford on the 29th of this month in the clothes cleaning business, nnd all persons having work to do will be governed accordingly and bring it to me nt once. UNcr.w Joit. ht Diet. il Notlco. , v CREAM BAKING POWDER A good appetite nnd refreshing sleep are essential to health of mind and body, and these are given by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Ntmycil. One brown marc, about 16 hands high, about 10 years old. She left home Tuesday night, Any Informa-Ho- n leading to her tecovety will he thankfully received by Mrs. Matt'c McGce, Roslne, Ky. tf i '1 V l'reili Oystw nt Gibson's. Trade with Cir.son & Co. Don't fn.11 to vMt Crwu Tiilby caps at F.dr liron Visit Ciimj.i & Co & Co & Co jJTco'a" FAIR D IROSg G-oocL- Trade with Pair Ann A Co. Wc arr In lh lead Misses cornets Co. a so while nt the Craon Pair. nt 1'nlr liroe. t'nttiett line dress goods Ii at Pair Dros. & Co's. Of- IF'slU IDress U H s, D 3 Wo bavo nn immcnso stock and liopo soon to luivo a Wo lmvo tlio correct tilings chnnco to show you thorn. lllnck Is denml nt lower prices than any competition. cidedly the color, nlillo navy bluo is much used, us lira mixtures and Plaid. Hough Cheviot, Crcpon and IJniicH cllbcts arc the reigning fad, and Mohair fancies nro exceedingly popular. Black Goods. 1 r MR t Wo felt suro that black would to tho leader, so wo bought Wo havo about 10 the largest lino wo lmvo over shown. from fino twills tothoo new Storm Herges styles in Serges, with twills an inch wide. Prices rango from 25c to $1.00 per yard. Mohair Dress Goods. Hich, soft "Oros Grain" Sccillians at 00c to 81.00 a yard. Figured Mohairs, both smooth add rough, from 4O0 to New Diagounl Mohairs in Serges and 81.00 a yard. Mohair Crepons in stripes and figures, nll Florentines now in domaud. Uuy your Wheat I'ortiUaer from All woof serge tyd wide 35c nt I'.ilr Canton & Co. Ilros. & Co. Mr. J. S. Pield, ot Clnclnmti, Is In Mr. II. P. Tnylorhas returned from town this week. Pmiikfort. Headquarters for clothing nt Pair Oysters, Ice Crcnm nud Sherbet nt Bios, & Co's Gibson's lunch stand. The grandest tteat of them nil the Fnlr Ilios. & Cn'a are the clothing' Powell lecture. men of Hartford. Miss Sara Collins, the milliner, Is and pay your sub- with Carson & Co. Come in scription to TllK RHPUUMCAN. Mr. Loin MuIIcnry, Louisville, is Money saved by buying your Hoots visiting his mother's htnlly. Shoes nt Fnlr Bros. & Co's. Look nt our new Ncckware. Mrs. M. L. Ileavrin returned home Carson & Co. from Owcusboro Tuesday. Ladies black hose 5c per pair at Get your hair trimmed up nice be Fair Bros. & Co. fore ott go to the Fair Sec our display ol Dress Goods. Stevens & Rial have the quality Carson & Co. nnd give quanity to suit the people. Remember K. L. Bulllngton is the Miss Snllle Coleman, who has been best barber In the State. quite sick forsometiuic.ls improving. Don't fail to get your tickets for Mr. II. J. Young and sou, Morton, the Powell lecture yesterday. Rockport, called to see us Remember that Field & Holbrook Everybody declare Fair Dros. & bus will meet all day trains. line ladies hats by far the pretCo's y Are Appreciating the fact that Urt. ilatlle aupton Dukedom, Tenn. 1Q9JM &?Jffi$MEaiB WsW 'A f MA&vm ifmsimipjwrj wAtswmF" 2rtMVG" ?gr&(VST""1 n.f " I VjriP 'iiJrn r I5S TjrAsK f Gave New Life 6tck Hendacho and Neuralgia Ourod by Hood'a. " Hood's Baraaparllla baa done me a great deal ot good. I bavt been a sufferer from Ick headache and neuralgia nearly all my life. The pains bad become 10 Intense that my hands would cramp for boars so that I could not me them. The doctor told my hniband there was little help for me. The different medicines tried had neatly dlahoartened me. BInce nalng two bottles of Hood'a Samanarllln I have real- lied relief, so much 10 that I feci like a new l 5H- - OBY OQOOS I ft- -i ' f (' ' . .Kit-,. ' W rind's I! Dukedom, Tennessee. Saraa- - rarllla tiest in town. Visit Miss Lcwelleu at Fair Dros. & Co's if you want the latest in mlllln ery. Mrs. K. W. Taylor and Children, Greeenville, are visiting Mrs. S. K. Cox. It. I,. Bulllngton is prepared to give you n quick, easy and close person. Onr llttlo boy 11 has been troubled 81 with his throat bnt lnce taking Hood'a Bareaparllla, soreness and hoarseneaa harofroneand he la better lu health." Mrs. Mattib Ouston, Get Hood's. fP C .Uv3 (& MARKET In the country, and that to night Col. Powell Remember lectures at the Court House. Woolen dress goods and percals open to day nt Carson & Co's. Miller, Prcntis, is iting her sister, Mrs. 15. P. Neal. Miss Carrie vis- CO. Arc displaying tho best assortment of Hood's Pills vUUi eTeryone become U10 favorite cathar-ti- c ho tries them. 25c per box. Rough Black Goods. ofllouch and Cheviot edicts in- - now weaves. These will bo much In demnnd lor winter suits and skirts. A fino lino GE0RGEW. LONG, TheRepublican Nominee for State Treasurer, Addresses tho People of Ohio County DRESS GOODS, Mr. Kills Owen, Owensboro, is visiting his cousin, Mr. las P. Thomas, ir FINE CLOTHING, SHOES, NOTIONS, An.d in ehort, shave. Sample Black Goods. Wo havo all tho staplo weavers, such ns Henriettas, Theso nro always Armures.Drop DoAlma, Ac., Ac. used. fcC ?'- Mr. and Williams. Mrs--. Harry Moore, Para-di- sc are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Straw snllorsinnavey blueand black from 25c to $1 00 nt Fair Bros. & Co's. choice fresh Ham Sandwiches, Oysters, lee Cream and Sherbet nt at the Court House. everything kept in a first-cla- ss Mr. Thos. O. Neel, near town. visiting the family of R.A. Whitesville, Is A tide; son Gibson's. Visit Gibson's Cream nnd Sherbet t. General Store. While it is true there has becu a goodi-- , for Oysters, Ice heavy advance on most all wo havo bought Wo - Everybody will not want black and for those who do not, we have colored Dress Goods, from our all wool, plain and fancies at 25c yard up to the finest. A great assortment of handsome Plaids in wool and silk and wool. These are to be greatly used for shirt waists; we will sell you over 30 new style Plaids. Colored Dress Goods. the There is nothing richer on trimming. e have a great variety black or colors. of narrow and wide bands and a beautiful line of waist ornaments in fine Jet at rea- Jet in various styles Dress Trimmings. leading is still Mr. Sam Ileavrin, Louisville, is visiting his brother's family. Mr. M. Rev. IS. 15. Pate and Rev. Brandon I. Ileavrin. left Monday tor Madisonvilte to at- TI10 Domocratio Nut-CrackMrs. Jo Mulhall, Louisville, is vistend the M. 1$. Conference. family oflier father, Mr I.. iting the in tho Stato During Photographer Taylor will make pic P. Woerner. tho Host of tho tures in Hartford every Monday and Canvass. Mrs. Meek Wells, Owensboro, is in McIIenry on Tuesdary's. visiting her ncphew.Mr.R. A. AnderThe Powell Lecture will be the MKIJ4 A OOI IMI'KI.S.MOV. son, near town. grandest and merriest treat in town Mrs. McDowell Pair and children Friday night, Sept. 37. Tickets at have returned from a visit toher par- Williams & Bell's. ents at Staniord. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ringo left Mr. W. T. Wntkins is assisting K. Monday for Hopkinsville to attend I, Bulllngton this week. He is a the Kentucky Press Association s barber. Please bring enough money with K. I.. Bullington has good nssitants you to pay your subscription to Tim this week and if you want a good Rkpuulican while you are at the ers 8-- tf. first-clas- alter the lecture Furnishes Enough Material to Employ all nurs so tlint no can still cell at tho old prices. alto keep a full line of GROCERIES . FURNITURE Don't fail to cill on GO. Hartford, Ky. shave, call on him. Mrs. C. 15. Walker and son, Helm, Louisville, are the guest of Mr. and Mrs II. P. Taylor. Prof. R. Foster, who has bceu confined to Ins bed with typhoid fever, is improving slovly. Fnir. Mr U. S. Newcoiub anl family, ol Beda, left yesterday for Owensville, Ind., where they will make their future home. C. R. Martin carries a full line of Watches nnd Jewelery. Repairing on short notice at most reasonable P sonable prices. used.. Velvet will also be much K I ,S : These Arc the very latest from cmeralds,i'u-biecome in imitation, diamonds, &c, &c, and are sure to be greatly used. They are expensive, but only three or four are used on a waist, jloh t mu iu sec these dainties. We have every kind of large buttons for coats, to suit any color. Some of them 3 inches across. s, Jewel Buttons- Paris. 5wo priversl ilul lino of Naids 7c Yard, Full Standard Dress Giughams in n beaut worth 8Jc. would styles in 32 inch "Merino Suitings" in Tlaids nud stripes 7ic- -l0 bo cheap at 10c. Millinery oods. Every now shape that You may rest assured that wo have tho latest. and rtraw sailors from 2J5o to 81,25 Felt is out will compose cur stock. Dont the Itttlo folks. Dainty lino of caps ami novelties in head wear for mha seeing our Hue. j&dies fTcirnisPiiiisg. bucklca.stick Wo can show tho completest Hue ladies haudkerclnefs belt hoseroy, ribbons, laces, corsets, velvets, pins, shirt waist sets, underwear, silks, parasols. Clothing. $10. 100 new suits for men in cassimcro and woretod.all wool.from 85to HEADQUAR50 child and youth's suits from 75c to 88. Remember wo are Wo carry a stock that insures you a well selection TERS for Clothing. prices bolnw competition nt This lino was bought early so wo headed oil tho big advance in shoe leather. Wo aro still ablo to give you a ladies fino button she for 81.25, A llttlo early for boots, also a gcuts fino shoo, laco or congress, for 81.25. If your havo our entlro lino in, ready for you at last years' prices. Init wo Wo will savo you family is large, corao, buy your entire Hue from us. money. Wo aro anxious for you trade and shall endeavor to do our part in getting it. Wo sell only for CASH, and by so doing aro able to sell you goods Youi presenco much cheaper than other houses. Visit us during the fair. will bo appreciated. BOots and. SnOes. Jiarlford rjemple of fashions"N - FAIR BROS. & CO. The Hon. George W Loug.ol Leitch- field, Republican nominee for State Moore, Mrs W. II. Sulphur Treasurer, spoke to a fair sired audi Springs, is visiting her daughter, rates. ence at the Court House Monday. Mrs. Dr. K W. Ford. Mr. Long is not an orator, but he Republicans of Bartlett's precinct Ladies shirt waist sets, stick pins, will meet at the old school house is a straight forward, earnest, i nipt essive speaker, who appeals by collars and cuff buttons in gold sterling Saturday night Oct. 5th, to organize a Log Cabin Club. A good speaker unanswerable arguments to the better silver at Fair Bros. & Co's. His arjudgement of his hearers. will be present. Prices arc right, style the latest, raignment of the Democratic party, John T. Martin Doad. politeness to every one in Fair Bros. The many friends and acquaint- supported as it was by the facts and & Co's millinery department. ances of Mr. John T.Martiu will learn figures which no man can deny, was Miss Sara Lewellen, a lady of years with much sorrow of his death, which oneofthe ablest ever made in Hartford. Through the entire speech of an experience, has charge of Fair Bros. occurred at Anchorage Asylum last & Co's millinery department. Saturday. The remninswere brought hour he had the most careful attention. o Beaver Dam and Interred at LiberLatest novelties in Buttons, velvet He showed conclusively the contraribbons, silks, velvet jet, for dress ty Sunday, In the presence of a large number of sorrowing friends nnd rel- dictory position occupied by the Kentrimmings at Fair Bros. & Co. tucky Democracy and its candidate atives. For nil kinds of repairing John Martin was truly a noble for Governor.'made a scorching ar Watches, Clocks and Jewelry call young man, kind hearted, manly and raignment of Democratic financial on the old reliable C. R. Martin. generous, without a fault; he made policies in the State, showed the utHe ter disregard for the rights ol good Miss Sara Collins, Carson & Co's friends everywhere he went. popular milliner, is ready to show leaves a wife and one child to mourn citizens by the Legislative gerrymanyou a beautiful line of fall aud winter his loss. Tint RisrunucAN extends ders made by the Democratic LegislaHe took Gen. Hardin's own ture. condolence to bereaved ones. hats. figures nnd refuted the General's arMr. M. L. Ileavrin, who has been gument in regard to the extravagance For Ront. sick at Owensboro for several weeks, The well know popular Hotel the in Republican Judicial Districts. is improved, and it is hoped he will The speech was well received and Hartford House, Hartford, Ky., is soon be able to come home. Mr. Long has made a good impression for rent. For particulars, call on or Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding was called address, J. W. Weaver, Hartford, upou the minds of our people, irreHe is the spective of party lines. to the bedside ofher sister, Mrs. J. A. Ky., kind and character of man Kentucky Wedding, at Horton last Monday. iiosini:. needs for Treasurer. Mrs. Wedding returned home WedWe have one of the best schools in nesday and reports her sister much the county. Our people are perfectly better. U. S. Gov't Reports charmed with our school this year The show Royal Baking Powder Mr. Eugene Gasser,the Confectionand are continually speaking in the ery man of Owensboro, ia attending highest manner of their worthy teachsuperior to all others. the Fair, and he brought with him er, Prof. R. C. Jarnagin.a most excelWe have made repeated appeals to two or three wagon loads of confection, lent gentleman a splendid instructor. ery goods, which he will sell on the He opens his school every morn lug subscribers who are In arrears with Fair Grounds this week. Mr. Gasser with devotional exercises, aud his lec- us, some have responded cheerfully is well known to our people, nnd all tures to the school aro enjoyed by all and paid one year in advance, others hail with delight his coming to our and beneficial. Miss Belle Whittlng-hil- l, have paid no attention to our notices. To all those who have paid, we are Fair. He has made himself famous Rosine, and Dr. Renfrew, Leitch-fielvery thankful; to those who have not at home aud abroad by the excellent attended General Exercises this paid, we again ask you to call or send tally candy he makes, and he hns a a. in. The Teachers Meeting will be supply on hand with him on this held at this place Saturday Oct. 5th. In that subscription account you owe. We are at a great expense every week He has made a contract with ttip, Quite a uice programme has been arus for advertising-- see his "ad" in ranged for that day nnd our patrons aud must have what is due uson subscription. another column, and should you be nre invited to attend. in Owensboro we would take it as a SWKRT. BlTTBR In Your Blood special favot if you would call on Mr. Is the cause of that tired, languid Gasser, BEAVER DAM. feeling which aflllcts you at this seaRev. J. B. Ferryman filled his regSome time ago Mr. Adam Nave and son. The blood is impure and has beular appointment here Sunday. is why others were tried at Hartford for ats Miss Maud Monroe has returned come thin and poor. That tempting to drive some disreputable from a three weeks visit to friends in you have no strength, no appetite, women away from Taylor Mines, and Louisville, cannot sleep. Purify your blood Miss Tenie Hayes returned to her with Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will He became offended at acquitted, home in Rochester Tuesday alter a tone your stom-acsome remarks of County Attorney months visit to her sister, Mrs. J. P. gie you an appetite, Neal in his speech prosecuting him, McKinney. and invigorate your nerves. Mrs J. P. McKenney hns been quite but it wns thought there would be no Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy sick for several days. more of the matter and Mr. Neal disMiss Lester Hays, Rochester, is in action and sure in effect. 35c. missed it from his mind. Last Sats with her sister, Mrs. McKenney, this urday he was at Beaver Dam on offi- week. Ohio County Loads. cial business and was in the Austin Miss Margaret Clark, Louisville, Tuesday'3 Owensboro Messenger House when Mr. Nave came in, Mr. has returned home from her summer says: The first load of new tobacco Neal spoke to him and Mr. Nave told vacation. to the city yesterday by Miss Klla McBrath, Leitch field, was brought him he did not want him to speak to spent Sunday in town. William Riley, of Ohio county, and him alter he had treated him as he Mrs. a. r. inyior is visiting iter sold to John D. Jtlllott. It was of did. Mr. Neal told him it made little sister, Mrs. Collins, in Hartford, the Burley variety and very fine qualMlsseaAttye andSadcAustinspent difference 'to him, whereupon Nave ity. The price paid for it could not Hartford, S turday in Esq. struck him with an umbrella. was caused last be, learned. This is about the earli Much excitement Jont B. Wilson interfered and after Satuidayover the thieves that were in est delivery ol new tobacco made here Arrvit, difficulty secured pence. n a long time. much town the night before. d' , e, EUGENE GASSEP THE Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of JTresF ;ftir5i-(JL&55 Bread, 121 lolls (Jaies, SIq., And in fact every thing usually found in a (onfeetionary. Mam Stroet, Owensboro. ough and interesting talk on Language Lessons. Chief object to t ach the child how to form correct sentences. Henry Leach says School Libraries are very useful and every school should secure an International Dictionary. Miss Siddie Davidson has gone to work and has secured several She thinks the patrons will books. do their duty in helping to secure a good library. Thanking the people of Cromwell for the hospitality shown us while we hope to be more able to there, entertain them some time in the fuHknry Lbach, Pres. ture. Siddir Davidson, Sec'y pre tent. Program. The teachers of Cromwell JMagMe-ria- l District will meet at Vine Grove October 19 at 1 p. m. Invocation Rev. J. II. Jones. Welcome address Miss Hortense Rogers. Methods of teaching History B. Shield, II. C. Crowder, J. M. Potter. How to teach Grammar J. H. Leach, Miss Bertha Browu. Recitation Miss Nettle Rogers. Should Algcbaa be taught in common schools? II. C. Crowder, Miss Laura James. Longitude and Time Miss IJffie Kahu, Albert London, J. M. Porter. B. Common Divisor Greatest Shield, A. P. Thomas. Geography Miss Nettie Rogers. Composition Siddie Davidson. Hknry Leach, Tres. Siddik Davidson, Sec'y pro tern. I jlng, Johny, my dad got a patch uv waterrnllions this year, too. He's a smarter. Fetched one to the house tother day and I wein her, Association (case I'd been beam bout them ar Cromwell Teachers' met at Cromwell September 14. Invo- whoppin big mtlions in the papers.) cation by Rev. J. P. Cooper was very Wholy saint, Patrick if she did'nt impressive. snake eout 34 poundsl It's no 11, by In a few well chosen words Henry zucks, I wein 'er. Leach gave us a hearty welcome. A. P. Thomas. Object ot the Association by J. II. Saloon Oponod. ' Barnes. He says the object is to betMr. L. C. Duke opened a saloon in ter prepare us for our daily work and He would be ot great importance to the Hartford last Tuesday morning. teacher if they would take more in- secured license from the Board of Town Trustees, but did not secure terest. Reading was next introduced by State license. He went to the County Miss Siddie Davidson, who t'liuks the Clerk nnd tendered him the amount $150.00, but he being of the opinchild should be taught to study the lesson carefully and get the meaning ion that the County Judge at a reguif possible. Miss 15 file Kahu has her lar term of the Ohio County Court pupils tell all they can about the les- would have to pass on same, refused Reading was to issue the State license. Mr.Duke, son before reciting. further discussed by Heury Leach, J. through his attorneys, began suit to compel the Clerk to issue license. II. Barnes nnd Mr. Daniel. C. Crowder doesn't known just II. Democrats Moot. how to increase the attendance at Tuesday was the day for the Demschool. He thinks it a good plan to ocratic Committee to get together and talk to the parents. J. H. Barnes put up another candidate for Represays let the patents kuow jou are in- sentative, Capt, Cox having declined Miss Effic the empty honor. terested in your work. It seemed to be Kahn thinks talking will do for some, the unanimous opinion of the Combut it would be best to let others think mittee that Mr. B. D. Ringo should you are busy for their children nnd be the sacrificed lamb who should they will send for aggravation. lead the forlorn hopes to defeat in Civil Government by Henry Leach November and he was put upon the was thoroughly discussed. He teach- altar of the slaughter house pen to be es by reviews, also patriotism in conpunched off by the Republican nomiII. nee, Hon. C. M. Barnett, In the com nection with Civil Government. C Crowder take the divisions of each ing election. Mr. Ringo has not ac'department separately. cepted as jet.acd we can learn nothMiss Hoiteuse Rogers gnye n thor- - ing ns to whether he will or not. WhoopI AnotorMolon. Hartford Republican Priday, SnrrKMngR, 27 1895. POPULAR PEOPLE Ev- - And Incidents Of ery day life. Cathorod From that case In order to secure n ruling. The case will be before a Federal court, of course, and as soon as posN ble. First, however, I shall have to consult with the Council of Administration, and the details of the suit must be settled after they and I have; met. This will take some little time, but the matter will be rushed as rapidly as possible. Dlfforont I feel that it is due the old soldiers and members of the Grand Army that Sourcos and Compllod for Our Roadors. steps be taken to bring the matter to of tbe for Infants nnd Children. an issue, to secure recognition of the Adrlpiiian. The boys right by the courts. As to where the Adelpblan Society have more genusuit will be brought nnd as to who the ine fun and amusement than any attorneys may be who will prosecute other crowd of young men that ever the case I can not say as yet, but you together. Almost ev- can say positively that the test case associated ery Frldav night something comes will be filed and vigorously contended up that would make a smile sweep even to the highest court of judicatacross the face of the most sanctlmo. ure." nious person like a wave on a When the children drink bad water goose pond. Last Friday night much green fruit, or have and everybody was pre- and eat too the stomachache or diarrhoea lrom pared for a grand time, knowing that any cause, you needn't be alarmed some young ladles were to be present about them. If you will get a 25c or A good subject had been selected 50c bottle 01 Dr. Jieirs Antiiiux play in half after will and the speakers groomed ready for theyfirst be at Z. Wayne hour & Griffin dose. the the fray, which was to be a heated Bro. contest from beginning end. The subject ior discussion was Resolved, The Grade Cards are better, pret "That Nature is more Attractive tier and cheaper than ever. They are than Art." The speakers were ar thshadsomest in the market; just the ranged and while the fair damsels thing to make a child feel jubilant, gazed on in raptured bliss and Na- and to keep as a souvenir ofthc ture and Art were both put to sleep school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for '"by the eloquence of the young ortf r.oo.at REruuMCAEOffice ators, and the collegewalls resounded the eloquence of those who had labored and orated there, one of the speakers branched oil onto his trip to When IUby iu tick, ws (are her Cutorta. the World's Fair something after this When aho u a Child, the crltd for CutorU. fashion: "When I reached Chicago When ahe became MIsa, ahs clung to Caatort. the first man I saw was Jesus Christ, When ab had ChUdnn, the (are them Caitorla. arms, and head . with outstretched erect and great large tears were stealing out both eyes and chasing each Teachers, we have an excellent Hue other down his cheek." The house in an uproar; the speaker of grade cards, printed on the finest was soon thinking he had made a hit kept on paper. Write us for samples. soaring and finally the crowd, from Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years old, living at 618 Monroe street, exhaustion, ceased. Xy., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, IIocker. He Is County Clerk and cough, lung and bronchial remedy direct!) the clerical business oi that that has been offered to the people office in the latest and most abproved during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. style. He is thoroughly acquainted Wayne Griffin & Bro. ma musty book in the with every Obltunrjr poller. vault. He can issue you a marriage Obituary notices will be charged license, tell you the time of day, for at the rate of cents per line. It 5 an instrument is customary show you where to find for all publications to to shine your shoes all at the same charge for such matter. These rates time and never seem the least frus- will be adhered to without discrimitrated. His name Is David M. Hock-e- r nation, so please take note of it and and he was elected to that office don't be oflended when we present last November. our bill. Count six words to the line. Moore. John Moore is his name. He is not so large a man as President Cleveland or Dr. Alexander, but that's all right; his heart is as big, and his energy and industry are tireless. Whatever he undertakes is done with a will and determination that knows no such word a fail. He wears a smile all the time, and you hardly ever see him that he is not busy. Politics Is not his profession, but banking is and you always find him at his post. He is tireless in his work and unswerving in his loyal- ty to a friend. ON TUB HOTEI. VERANDA THIRTY the) nnd Children world hae over hnown. It la harmleai. Children lllto It. It glree them health. It will eavo thnlf llrei. In it Mothere havo aomethlng which 1 abaolutcly eafo an praolleally ycrfeot ne a chlld'e medicine. Caitorla deitroy Wormi. Caitorla allaya Fevariehneea. Caitorla proTente vomiting Son? Card. Caitorla caret Plarrhroa and Wind Collo. Caitorla relieve! Toothing Trontloi. Caitorla cnrei Comtlpation and Tlatnltncy. Caitorla nentrallaei the) effeota of carhnr.lo aeld Rae or polionone air. Caitorla doea not contain morphine, oplnm.or other narcntlo property. Caitorla aiilmllatea tlio food, rognlatoi the atomaoh and howeli, giving healthy and natnral eleop. Caitorla li pnt up In onalo hottlei only. It l not old in hnlfc. Don't allow any ono to aell yon anything olio on tho plea or promlia that It li "jnit ae good" nnd "will aniwer every pnrpoin." Seo that yon yet Tho fac-alni- It la nnqnaetlonalilr tho poet remedy for Infante yarn' cliierrntlon of CaatorU with th imtrnnnga of of praona, permit m o epealt, of it wltliont cneaalng. J J I algnuture of &&4&U lionovery wrapper. )l Inlerrat to l.nillpx. We oiler no apology in phtoliig W ore you "The Indira Safe Protector," ii in n I wilii y reliable, Milly fidj iiinl, dues t)'t Itrotno initplHOeil and insures piotioiloti. Cm be worn wlii'ii desired Million t ubprvatlon or I. in w ledge l Hiinihrr hihI prevents dltigccnblu annoyances under ror If you uo it 01100 tnliiciiiii'iii"n. yu vlll iiput he without it. It it fni'liliil rafp nml reliable trlend whenever ncided by special eiiciiliiaiiiiiew requiring its tin). It l nu article ov cry woman should keep rindy lor lm mediiilo iiru It is simple to me, anil inspires ooiitldctico to tdo woman using it, it it reliable and icienlldofllly made, inmrcs protection without Injury to health, and ii n y Rood phjei-oia- l would iy. We aro of tho I'piii-tu- n that no in lido lint ever been iiiriIo which will. give at much s.ttidncticin to tlio women to to day n "Tho La Tho immciiro tiles' Sdlc 1'rotfclnr." mlesol this nrllclo is n ubtnntlnl Do not indorsement o! our claim. thcruloro experiment with any of tlio numerous nnrelmblo articles, ns it is both dangerous to health nnd expensive to do bo. Such experimenting emi only result In hm ol time, disip piiintmct nml dismal Iniluio. Lmlics should remember llilt lieloronnlciing other goods nnd not wasto their timo Tho nml money on inloriiu'nrliolcs. lieiil it nl nays tlio cheapest. ''The Ladies' Sflfel'rotiotor" it told under a positive guarantee I'nr nw for ono one year, with lull diriotiont and it font sealed in pl.iin wrapper upon ip. eclpt ol txprew money nlor lui fci UU three lor 8(5.00. I).i not wait but order at onee. Atltlrr. Tiik La CitowrtSi'i.eiAiTY I'o , I .u Crowe, 1 Win. 4 ) r. tl Do You Wash? fP 1 Pi-lITl-'C- aO - (Do youWash QUICKLY? you Wash EASI LY ? U UDoyou Wash THOROUGHLY? (Ooyou Wash CHEAPLY? suu iiitxy u uu yy in uotu UAREITE The THE N. best, purest nud most economical soap made Sold everywhere. Made only by Soar I . t I it FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Louis. -- js jj Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. zsassszzzEZSsaasamiMa&Buiitfmi.-.Tmi, IPTTIN QUANTITY BESTINQUAUTV. ll amana s MfffinasfiiH vim e i?w y?iE LSIILI WHITE'S CREAM, Hffnaiff w Hi It depend opon Hove and When yoa market jour chicken and vgtt and to Whom yon send them. We arc large reielrera of poultry and ejrus and hare an etabliintl trade and stand the best chance to make monet for all our shipper. We receive and -- elt Hatter. Utfp. Veal. Hide. Pelts, Tallow, lleans. Seeds, Potatoes, wool, Hay, drain or anything1 you may riaTe to ship. Information cheerfully furnished. Quotations mailed regularly to thott who request it, ana lioerai advances roaue on me largest consignments oy PROFIT IN POULTRY! Ukc tnri nil WORM Rnmnrilnq. EVERY C cno on vcadc BOTTLE aHIKll. IU.. Br. HERNDON CARTER CO. 313. 31S, 317 & tmirMmut KY. 310 MURRELLCOURT. LOUISVILLE. ioi.i it v Alii hkijooists. . ITMr. t .ICIIIHDHIS GUARANTEED. . Ill j "Bread is the Staff of Iiife," r!!T,fcTo. ; Ballard's ObeliskS QGrXraysXeliablA i g. mmi m senteel bv The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. WtaWJT QwW BRECKI N RI DGE-- ? firtt-clii- For sale by Stevens & Rial, Hartford, Ky. FC Whenever a druggist tells you he has something justasgoodforcoughs, grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarllons ey don't you believe it, for we guar-an- te that is is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The li. E. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. For sale by Z.Wayne Griffin & Bro. :r T DENTIST. Is prepared to lo nil kitdso Dental work at reasonable price. Oflico over Feed Store. NORMAL COLLEGE Will open tho Fall Term Tuesday, Septcmlwr .'!, 1M)5, mid continue 18 weeks. Faculty Student imty enter at any time. ' Clancs to suit all. Teaclicw' liusincs, ClaMienl, Soicnlific, Telegraphy, Music. Couro TurniB retMbuable. AddreM, HAKMNSI.UI.O, KY. rreddent. J. W. & Co's Lrck WalPPaper. At Factory Prices , VARiETy, Latest Stylus, An gleganf ili Ophostered-- 6 - I see her on the corner, I hear her manish tread, I ieel an awful presence That fills my soul with dread. Great Scott! she's drawing nearer; I'll vanish while I can, If she's the coming woman, Then I am the going man. BiCYCtES. God's noblest beast, the horse, is fast coming into disuse, owing to the fact thit he Is being supplanted by the bicycle. All we need now in this country to make the bicycle move popular is good roads. There are several wheels in Hartford and there are two ladles' wheels and almost every evening you can see the young people out lor a jaunt over some of the neighboring hills. Louisville Sunday Star, a Democratic paper says: Is any Kentucky Democrat under any oblN gatlons to vote for his party nominee, Harper's Weekly Hardin? Gen. nnswers the question when It says: "No loyalty is owing to a candidate who thus openly and impudently repudiates the declared wishes of the convention that nominated him." lows: $200 in gold will be given for the best picture taken by this Camera; $100 for the second best; $50 for the third best; $25 for the fourth best; $15 for the fifth best; $10 ior the sixth best, and for the next 40 best $5 each will be given; for the next 80 best $2.50 each will be given, and for the next 200 best pictures taken by the Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be given, making in all $1,000 given away. We shall do this for two reasons, viz: The first to introduce the Camera for 1895; the second, to educate the amateurs in phonography. This contest closes on Novem. ber 1st, 1895, This camera can be used byanyone and is sold under a positive written guarantee to do the work or money refunded. Sent by express with fnll instructions and rule3 governing this contest upon receipt of express money order lor $1.75. Remember, A Written Guarantee Goes with Every Camera. Address, LaCrusse Specialty Co. LaCrosse Wis. Out oct. 1 tilven Awnj- n I'rlaea. For the best pictures taken. On November 15th, 1895, we shall give away One Thousand Dollars in cold for the best pictures taken by the Lacrosse Camera. The prizes will be awarded ts fol81.000 III Uolil - JBm Vahogany pan ior 6c to 8c per R'H to 10c per Roll Finestetnbossei! Paper 15c to operR'll Best qual C5old Paper ithout gold . . ic ait. Somebody will get this magnificent present I'RUG and cverj body who makes a purchase of $3 or over will have a chance to get it; the drawing to be held January 1, 1S96, before a committee ol Owens-boro'- s representative citizens, at the 642 Fouith Ac Iiiisvile Ky taTSend 6 cts in stamps for samples. Howoiii K7 j: r. 6ii:TT. IlAItTKOim, X." LUCE. KlUNTLTkY, w TI Mmk let live." i t. hit mm. AJ.JL..' HARTFORD 1 asl Builder REPUBLICAN tr When it eomes A complete line of fleb Room, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining Room We can sill and School Furniture with Prices lower than ever before. you a bed room set for $10 50, or a sideboard for the same price, which will These, however, are just make you feel good every time j ou look at it. samples of our unequaled bargains, of which we have an immense house full. The finest line of parlor suits, Plcor and Swinging Rackets, Desks and COURTEOUS and LIBERAL Book cases ever in Owensboro. e MENT, FAIR and HONEST Dealing, STYLISH and The VERY LOWEST Prices. Well-Mad- to ftcirmture v7e are in the lead Will dinw drafts from a nice, neat cozy cottage up to n fine two story house. W ill draw plans free of cliarce. Will make cnrefnl eetimatot on all kinds of buildings, and romod Motto "Live and ai old lioiifes. $1.25 SI ONE YEAR . Hjol Ad-v-ance- i HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Write your nmueand address on u postal curd, send il to Geo. W. lies Room 2, Tribune Iliiilding, New York City, and sample copy of Till? NEW YORK WHHKI.Y TRIMJNIJ will be mailed to you TRIUT. Goods. LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, B. S. WOLF,112 W. Main, Owensboro. Good Times The are Ik re Again and the Louisville Cental 0. U Hf9dl SJ 114 Main St.. Owensboro, Ky. bill THE FAIR FOR 1895 Is to tbe front nith au tinihuallly DAVESS I Returning prosperity will mako many rich. lit. t no whero can tlioy mnko so much witiiin a short timo as by successful ypeculatiou in Grain, ProvisI'plwaikHi trill not be caltrd for until th It nUowcd, "Iwvb tuar CSuibm" ion and Stock. full Infrnntkm tent free All TotHriinul' (. kOb CocaUcrcC UxUUj Confld.'Clta!. FOR EACH DOLLAR Invested enn bo mado by our FRANKLY H. HOUGH Systematic Plan of Specnlation t'tfo r tra t TAin:.va? o it. c. originated by in. All tucceeeful speculators oparato on a regular system. POSITIONS GUARANTEED It is a well known fact that there arc ihoiitands of men in nil parts of tlio under leaNonaMr comlilloiK I)o tiol uy It en United States who, by systematic trading through Chicago broker, mako not be done till you hcud Tor True iaialoui ol largo amounts orery year, ranging from a low thuumud dollaru for tlio man OKAUdMO.VS PRACTICAL who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to 850,000 to 8100,000 or y S M Caveats and Tntie Mrk. 'l.tViKr! aid all patent fcwirMi ccrH cie' t r llOMJtm (FEN. My cffictmaiheimmctli the I'aient Office. rrfJutyf.iCliitiM iorw.i.1. ntpJlcfiUArcuii.UrpjMeJ f tnd model rtch or photograph of ii.vei.iiun, wab dchintiiloii anil Ma:intil m tuudvmagr cbiimeJ. ta'A'rt eittty in mini fur tin opinion r ft ttt4utnbttltif, and my fee Ior the f 3,OFI5 ON- - Small Investments. $ioi (iSUitiS- - r l&CfcrC. attractive premium Hat. Will Commence riilHii-- . Illc, Tcnti Thin Collect l ktrouvly cudonu J l l.uk.r aurf mttcluun FOUR week l Iraunlioit IMftlio.1 of ItarlihiK booklctping In equal Iu TWELVE week, by the old plan bunml til antnge in Shorthand rcumanihlii and Kleir mphy Chrapuuard Outu to boih aexc i No vncallon Filler now. Ilillrstd Fie FI4. HOME STUDY. MIOKTIIANI) ANrlKNMAMIHIpeieclall) idnpl cdto 'home ttudy." Write lloncitudyM clrculam at ouic. Xalrnri?i7XZ .r Kver person, big, little, old or young, black or white, rich or poor, Painless Denistry a Specialty. who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine Our celebrated Crown and Bridge Tar Honey pronounces It the best Work or Teeth without Plates applied remedy on earth without pain nnd guaranteed to cough and lung give It's true, too, so we guarantee. perfect satisfaction. Griffin & Bro. Z. Wayne Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns $3 to $4 Job l'rlutliiir. The business public is requested Best set of Teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . . $8 to call at the office of ThkRepubucan A Good Set $6 and sec samples of its work in the job Good Fillings $1 up printing line. We are prepared to Platinum Alloy $1 execute all orders for job work on Silver 75c 25c short notice and at reasonable prices' Extracting, per tooth Painless exlrcting with Vitalized Our material is new and of the latest Air 50c designs and our workmen the very PAINLESS EXTRCTING by the Our work will be up to date in use of our Vitalized Air FREE when best. every particular. You orders are so- Artificial Teeth are ordered. Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth licited. same as your nntural Teeth. This Offlco Pormanantly When your child is eating an aps Locatod. Die or a piece of bread put one of Dr. Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets In it and if mere is any constipation" here it will NOTICE. pass ofTjust as easy. All dealers sell I wikt MrT nan and wouaa In the United ItaUl and WhLkT them at 25c a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin ktblta InlaraaUd Inoftbe Opium on (title dU to haft one DT book l &Bro, luii. Addreit 11. It.beWooller, Atlanta, Ua. box IM,and one will Mat joa tree. Ponslon aa a Vostod Right. Commander-lu-chle- f Walker, of the G. A. R.,when asked as to his intention of taking measures toward the in atltutton of a testcase to establish the claim that a pension is vested right, that he would do so as said etrly is possible, There is no question in tuy mind," he said, "that the courts will hold that a pension is a vested right, when the matter is brought to their attention, and it is my purpose to proceed nt once toward the institution of a to-ni- I'llea! l'll-- ! Ilrlilnc I'llro. Symptoms Moisture; intense Itching and htinging;most at nlght;worse 241 242 Rialto Building,' Chicago, 111. by scratching. If allowed to continue Tlio Fair Grouuds at OWENSBORO KY, aro acknowledged to bo tumors form, which oltcn bleed nnd ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's better arranged and aro tho fii)&t Fair Ori.i ids in the State. KAST BOUND dlaly daily No. 52. No. 54. The Race Track is a model for a hi' milo track and has been kopt Ointmhnt stops the itching and bleed, i.ouiNVii.i.i:.Nr. i.ouin ati:x. it.u ing, heals ulceration,' and in most I,v. Henderson . , 7 20 n m 3 55 p m WJJST BOUND dally dally. in better condition this year tlmu at any piovi nu time. cases removes the tumors. At drug-gistBasketts . . No. 53 No. si. 7 34 a ra 3 10 p m Dr. I.v. U. Louisville 6 or by mail, for so cents. Spottsvllle , . . 742 a tu 3 16 p m 30 p in 7 30 a m Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. 8 50 a m 3 23 p m Rends Ky. Street , . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m SPKKD RINGS. Worthlngton . , 7 58 a 111 3 30 p 111 West Point . . 7 25 p in B 25 a 111 No entrance fee, uododiiGlioti, without Stnnley . . . . 8 06 a 111 3 37 p in Tlia M'ed rings aro open Howard . . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a 111 Griflltji . . . 809 a 111 3 41 i tu 8 37 a Willowdale . . 7 39 P charge to all comers. If your horns dou'i win it don't cost you anything. Mattiugly . . . 8 17 a 111 3 47 p m Rock I la veil . 7 47 p m S 45 n m iu tho Ampliitlioatrc will bo up tu (lie usual standard, which Tho show ONR G1VKS RKUr.F. Owensboro . , , 8 30 a 111 4 00 p in Long Branch . 7 55 P 111 8 S3 a m guarantees world bcatcro and brings fina ami funuy stock lrom everywhere. 8 40 a in 4 08 p in I'.ites 8 04 p m o 02 a 111 Uratuleuburg 8 55 a in 4 20 p in Powers . . 8 13 11 m 9 11 11 m Hero are a few premiums: Ukron Waltumti Guston . . . . 8 21 11111919 a in 905 a in 4 29 p 111 Lewispart Saddle Stallion, Maro or Gelding . . 8 30 p 111 9 30 a in Irvington 9 13 a 111 4 36 p m 3100 00 Cayce . . . 8 38 p 111 9 39 9 19 a in 4 42 p m Webster Fine stallion 80 00 .",,,, Pnlcon . . . . q 23 n in 4 45 p in Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p in 9 47 a m Registered eaddlo stallion, iuaraorgiilil.il; 70 00 Petrle , . 8 55 p m 9 56 a m 9 29 a in 4 51 p m Pierce Hawesville . . . 9 37 a 111 4 59 p in Mare 4 ycats old and upwards 80 00 , Sample. . . . ooopm 10 00 nm PAN I OIITA1N Fori Sklllman . , , . 9 48 n m 5 09 p m Stepiienspoit . 9 09 p in 10 09 a in Uaruessstallion, maro orgeldliig 100 00 Rrotnfrt answer and Hit A PATENT? write to boneit opinion, ds CO.. wbo bava bad noarlr flhr yuara1 10 00 a in 5 21 p m , , . 9 14 p m 10 14 a m oiiops Addison patent Stallion, general uso 00 eipeiienco Inconfidential, bualneia. Couniunlra tbe 80 t Clovctport . . loosn 111524 pn A llnndbaukut ln tlunaatrlctly Holt 9 17 p in 10 20 n m bow to obformation concern Combined stallion, mare or gelding. 100 00 tain item aent f re toa t'ntcnlM and of snechan . 10 20(1 m,5 36 p Ul Holt . . Cloverport . . 9 28 p in 10 33 a 111 l Alto a catalogue free. Addison . . . 10 23 a 111 540 p m Shops . . . . 9 31 p m 10 37 a m Maro, general use 80 00 leal and aclentlflo took a aentMunn A Ca receive I'atenta taken tbrousb no pedal notice In Stcphensport . 10 28 0 m 5 45 p m and Sklllman . , , 9 43 p 111 10 50 a 111 Doublo team widely Ui 00 00 tbua are broughttbe Hclenll tore Attierlrnn. with the public t f t t Sample . . . 10 37 n in 5 52 p 111 out coat to tbe In Ten tor, Ihla aplendid iacr, IlawcAville . . 9 54 p 111 11 02 a 111 1ihmI Jlarbcr. laaued weekly, elegantly lllaatrated baa by fai t ha Harness gelding 100 00 Pierce . . ( 10 41 am s57p.n1 f f I t f Pctrie . . . . 10 02 p in 1 1 09 a m lariroat circulation of any acleotldo work Iu tbo One oi the best bathers in this end a year. Painpic Lodiburg . . , 10 49 a 111 a 06 p m Saddle gelding. Palcou . . . . 10 07 p in 11 15 a m 80 00 world. 8 J lCdUlon.roontbiy, ropteiaent frea tiXOa year rllngle llulldinic of the State is located in Hartford Kvery numWr rontalna Webster . . . 1057a 111 614 put Cayce . . . . 10 12 p in 11 19 a m Harness stallion 100 00 mpiea.tl.i centa oolora. and pbotrturapha ofbeau new Jlful platea. In and his name la K. L. Bullingfon, Irvingtou . , . 11 05 a 111 6 22 p m bouifia. with plana, anabllna; butldera I o ahow tbe Lewispgrt 10 18 p 111 11 25 a m Iirna anil uoira enntrarta Ail.trnBi Harness maro 80 00 , Guston . , . 11 14 n 111 6 40 p 111 Waltman . . 10 25 p m 1133a m His shop Is located just above the MUNN & CO. IUUK, iUl 1IUOAUWAT. Kkron , , . 1 1 22 n m 6 48 p in 100 00 Powers . , , 10 35 p m 11 43 a in Commercial Hotel, and he always Saddle stallion.., 'l'i our r'rlfliil". Brandenburg 11 31 n m 5 58 p in Pates . , . . 10 48 p tu 11 56 n in 80 00 keeps everything in the very best of Saddle mare We hope that alt who are interested Long Branch . 11 39 n in 7 "7 P nt Owensboro . , 10 59 p 111 12 06 p in CO 00 , shape around his shop, clean, new Roclcaway maro or gelding 1 1 47 ft hi Rock Haven Mattiugly . . 11 09 p m 12 18 p 111 in helping us to push tin circulation 7 14 P m Model ring CO 00 ofTiiK Ur.i'UUMCAN up to what it Willowdale . . 11 S3 a m 7 21 pm towels, nothing old or shoddy abou Griffith . . . 11 14 p in 12 23 p 111 Howard . . 12 02 p in 7 30 p m 11 18 p 111 12 27 pm Stanley him. Apply to the. Secretary nt Omi.1. m, Ky for entry blanks or premium should be, will do what they can in Wost Point . . 12 05 p in 7 35 p m Worthtngtoti . 11 25 p 111 12 35 p m the way of securing subscribers. Hit Ky. Street 12 J n iu 8 I n m Call attention to the amount of Reads . . . , 11 33 p m 12 42 p 111 Cry 8 30 p in D, Uacr A Uro. ara Itvwct of nl privilege, i Spottsvllle , . 11 45 p m home news we publish every week, 53 p m Ar. Ui Loujsvljle and write us short and spicy news Basketts , . . 11 53 p ui 12 59 p m ;i. m, nioRijujt, ui r. a., J. W, OAIlTKIt, Htcrctary. Louisville, jjy, Ar.Uenderson items lrom your neighborhood, is 10 a iu 1 15 p m OCT more by tlioto who Invest a few thousand. It is also a fact that thoso who make the largest pmflts from oomparit-ivcl- y small investments on this plan nro persons uliollvo anay from Cliicngo and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. Our plan does not risk tho wholo amount invested on any trade, but covers both sides, eo that whether tho market ristts or falls it brings n steady profit that piles upcuormoiitdy in ti short time. WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual ou success-lu- i speculation and our Daily Market Report, full of pointers ALL FRKK. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. Highest ret crencesin regard to our stiiuduig and success. For further information nddrcss 52.0 mo THOMAS & CO.. Banlcors and Brokers, money-makin- s, .. R I P A N S 111 ." .. .... ... 11 111 ... ttttta ,. ... Children for Pitcher's Cagtorla. okm r t