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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896011701 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 1896 $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. A $t K li OWENS PINK MIXTURE TIITHINO CHILDREN. rcnrccTLY HAnMLtsa, (or 10 ytsrs hy ttimitsmli of uiel mothtrs. HlnkMmurtnevtr fall la ralltv chllJren of all ton Teething Troubles etcsgie II li known to contain no opium or ottitr eolionous urug, vrnii lor circulars irtt Soil fey ill dsslsrs, In 20c. and OOo. Borrits. F. W. FLOYD CO., ' The Haeteor) Eepublicak OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBE FARTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. PR0FEH8I0NAL CARD. Doctors ersKrlt-- Pink Mlvturs OWMNSUOKO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special at tcntion given to collections. OlTico, Bank of Commerce Building. Jna.H. Ulenn, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's J.H.R. Wedding, 0sntboro, K. VOL. VIII. stnto urid bnr- - HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1896. territory in uVe union, nJl only our sister republic of Mexico, Franco and Switzerland; not only our great liberty-lovin- g patriotic socicUcs, but tho caiiRO of world-wid- e liberty nnd peace, send you their congratulations on the wonderful succcas of tho great exposition at Atlanta just coming to Its close. This exposition will stand fornll time, forltsrecognltlonof woman nnd for reunited America nnd united CHOIOE POINTINGS TO BE SOLD. Two Valuable Ifeir York Collections Will Go at Auction. Among the, Important collections of pictures In the United Status thot.0 of NO. 25. '.I' ix. vm NirriMi AtiittiNi). RVwmiy FOLK Nfc DUCED PATIENTS fOQ Highest of all in Leavening Power. - -.Latest U. S. Gov't Report LAWYERS, Dasaar.) onoootuwnnol5ti,4j u.w.r.3Nvni'iiKOi nVKitcumuTMOiCAOC PABfltULADa dv riAll. tAll THEATEO ids niul chnliH, I)iscu.iii tin ir own Out They nte sitting around up in mid their neijjli bot'a nlT.iIrs, the look ol content Hint is seen Drawer 150, Chicago, Secre-tiry of (lie Star Accinrmt fVHUKT Compakv, for Information rrgardlng Accident Intur ancc. Mention lhl paper. Dy so doing you can save ntmbcrsnlp fee. Has paid over fOW.OUO.OO (or accidental Injuries. Do your own Agent. MO MlUtlCAT, EXAMINATION REQUIRED. THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T. B. Quincbt, A on cbcIi faco SceitiB to say, "I lirje found my np- - (proptltttc p'mce," Sitting ntound jjBj2 'jHpr VBR fltlPK s nnd groccifes cn'tnt) they sit, And ferenely chew I orrowed tobacco and spit, While the wtoiles they tell nnd the jokes that lliey ciuck, Show tbeit hearts have grown hard and undoubtedly blnck, While silting around. In The Lexington Braes College.i ) (INCORPORATED, fcN. 4 G9 "sitter around" is a man ol no means. And bis face wouldn't pass for lujuatt of white beans, Yet be somehow or other contriver The And is frequently seen with a drink in bis (Ut, While sitting around. The loungers they toll not, do thj pln Unless it In. jams uhilt: to exist, nor yet njojing Thcv nre people of leisure, yet olten They allude to the wotk tbey'er in lending to do, While sitting nrnuud. They have a habit of talking of other men's wives, As tbey vnittle up sticks with their horndiundleil knives; Tluy'rc n sea ley old stt, nnd whtt ever you go, You'll flmltliem in groups or strung out in n row. their gin. 'tistius, THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. t&mmeUd utt U FUU A, 4 Jtf. OotUfft.) nichMtOfBrUI Endomntnl,-I)II'L- O HelMi1rnt by the (loftrnor of th Com Uonwitlthn(iitlBrlflrnlo(tbiilatCollrffe, HKiOnnKNURD II V Iti ftrtQT SI nccfMfui (Qdtnlt, wbr ttUrlt flirffftt uuMdretf of UauraVMdaof dollar r innam. Hook Sitting around Ex WASHINGTON LETTER. an vt thli iTCtrni o7lnv. IInmS of llutlne !- la years rrctlrl EKrlturai irrt ccountnt. siperWoctM book iiiuitr.HT awahi) world I. mill A i:xiaOMITIO!f to "American Mm tm n( MWiiitml. tautbl In tfata Collrct, anJ HI (brat r.ndontraent to tb lift J of tbt l'rartlr Nu from Mtrt to nnitb uubt by ActnM Rail o 1t ro Juvontlo Doll Olvon by Mlesos Doasio and Julia Lamont fleilTnl or Hilly, Ornundtrss Stories Coocorning Until Clee lanil Illll Intru - rrportr. from tba aulLun TKLt.UIIAritY Prrtmtnt VndormMl r Trln lMrtritrt ant iradlnc rl1r an. I p! rrph omranla, Tli Only NrhiMtl In tin docrd In of IIIIIUAI .lorlt. TintnallIrartmnii. IbatClaaa Colin la aa 7XOOO. our (juaraal oxonrr refoiiaet rfrMM, or own, erecitxi ana Klrnni NKiV lurnimva j ui in auift.i, ta meat th mnlrtmtnti ff our prattle rMrmi of Instructions. larai Ural. ho Mfht, ft:irlrlrand moat 1 W ntrf nrwl Tf niilatlon larirnt wrfctlr inpr4 Ilattna fotlr Itulltllns; I'KACTirAfc lit Vrlil lnIU of opcratltiff a com pitta IUUrsr Sjitrra for It tiiiVnti. Conjjrr.. for C.lalillihruent .Sutlnnnl Unltrrslty. IXHTniC OO C n tba Vmth. llluatratvUC'atalointafrrc, .dJrraa C. CAI.IIOt'N. rrinclral, axlnvton, Ky. ifpli im tHf lt cifril br MMfJI A jw Hta iWlWcfrf. . "Invumoix Oitior, rcn. irfwnilllnformiil'-ntcntfrfffAH ComrasBt f vile Cii.itUercd as filrlttt ConDdratlul. cMalntd an! aMmttrt t civ!uct. for H II DTK a; Hr-My ftci h In i iminfU q tuimty of ttte WtrntOfhce, tci ttxurmc pjientt irunur)idiifrU l)l LrficliorihoiPraiiifnvcniiontwith, nJ ln ( (Uuttnn t to lvi.niat tjm?U. m tZfl fur an vfittton tt to ;nftt tUltiif and nV fe for rrecuiir iht ratjtrdTrleMarh.3 Vu!i.-- itirr fiitrt iff rft tit ut !'FNKL.N trzi i' HOUGH stru WAui:vurov.i. c wotick. H. prettiest juvenile balls ol the ltolldajs In Woalilngton took place the other ufternoon ut the home ol Secretary Lriniont, Miss Ilcssle and Miss Julia entertained all their Echool friends from four to seven to meet their Kueut, illss i:uie Cochran, duughter of .Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cochran, of New York, who just ar riTed to pay them a holiday visit. Mrs. JLamonlgaie up the whole houne to the children, und there n never a merrier gathering. The drawing-room- s were completely atripiicd of and rugs nnd the polished Hoori were perfect for dancing. Southern smllax spruced tho walls, caught here and there with rosettes and (streamers of scarlet ribbon. The doorways were framed In green, and the effect was very pretty. A collation of all the sweets and Ices dear to the youthful heart was served In the dining-rooOne of the o I TrXTretirr man and woman In the .'Inllad lutas tnttrtiltd In tbe Opmm and Wbliky hihlu to have ooa of tar books on thffea All ijupi. Address It. M. Uoolley, Atlanta, Ua. BOX Ml, and ena will be not joufrtn. ii.-- : wan m aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMVTfl4' la (iruparod to du all kinds c Denial work at reasonable prices. Oifice ovor J. W. Ford & Co's Feed Store. ' DENTIST. Therobasbccna revival of the wicked nnd groundless stories to the effect that Jtulh Cleveland, the president's oldest child, Is nflllctcd with brain trouble. During the Inst three wcel.a several newspapers have stated that this little girl was In a sanitarium at Klrksvlllc, Mo., under treatment from Dr. Still, "a famous bone doctor." Others have said that the child was at Kvanston, 111., In u sanitarium, or was about to be sent there. These, statements havo been circulated chiefly in tho west. Of course they are false. Anyono might bo convinced any afternoon by seeing Iluth and her sister Esther bundled Into n carrlago at the white houss door by their nurso to bo taken for a ride. The president's children are not secluded. When the weather 1b clear and warm they play In tho whlto house yard. Any one can see them. Iluth is as well and as bright na any parents could wish their child to be. Another bill to establish a national university at Washington has been introduced In both tho senate. and the house. It provides for a university of the highest type, vesta the government of tho university in a board of 10 regents, with the president of tho United Slates at its head, and a university council, embracing sold board and 13 eminent educators representing aa many institutions of high rank and belonging to as many states; tho to have charge of all business affairs; tho council ot all else. It further uuthprlzcs tho university to establish cooperative relations with other Institutions of tho country; prohibits partisan nnd sectarian prefcr-ence- s ANTED SALESMEN Wo want ono or two GOOD MKNin each county to tuku onlcro for a CHOICE lino of NURSERY POTATOES STOCK or SEED We Stock and Seed guaranteed. kivo vou steady om ploy went with GOOD pay. Itwlllcoat you mtliinf.' Stnto when writ t give it u trial. iug wliicli ynn prefer toacll, to No i) G inn AdtlrM, CO HWKfi NsUR-ER- Y llOCIIESTKK, N Y. w orlnd'"9 to travel in in any form; makes admission Kentucky for estnblialied, reliable depend on competency only, and so Salary 8750 and expenses hnuM. guards tho degrees to be granted as to Steady position, Encloao reterence protect the interests of alt collegiate and RclNaddreeecd stamped cnveloved institutions entitled to recognition. The Dominion Company.Third Floor, CONGRATULATIONS. Omaha WANTED: Several trustworthv Uldc, Chicago. IMOt t'htapralir, Olilu .VNoiiltinralrrn It, II. She Best Une between Louisville Memphis. AND ITS Columbian Liberty Hell Committee to tha Atlanta Exposition. A telegram was sent on the last day of Nthe old year by William O. McDowell, chairman of tho liberty bell committee, of Philadelphia, Pu. "Gov. W. Y. Atklnsonson, of Georgia; Mayor Porter King, Atlanta, Oa,; Mrs. Belle F. Carroll, care of Col. C, A. Collier, Atlanta exposition, Atlanta, On.: "Tho Columbian liberty bell committee, rcDresentlnir not only every SENDS PIERCE OK draEKine-dow- Quran-tat- s a MONBV IS' KKTVKNEU. CURB Also from and to Cincinnati and Evansville, Do notpurchasea Ticket North) East, South or Woat Tbe woman who Is tirod, and has bear, sensations, twin la the back. anil headache, should toko warning In time. Dr. Pierce's tuvorito Prescription Is the beat tonlo and nervine at this time. It's a Dost- tlve remedy for all Irregularities, weak nesses anu uerange- menu 01 ma iemaj aMTataawlaJCVU I IjJftV afts. vt Until yoij'liave consulted an Agent Y ' of the o. o;-- & s. w. T, D, ft. r. srstem. Tbo " Prescription "J cures Ulceration and! Faluns- - of tha Womb" Leucorrhea and Uterine debility. Miss MAaaii Cnow-M- r, cf Jamestown, N. Vnsaytt"I feel as If I had a new lease ot Ufa alnori talclnr tha ' l'rescrlptloD.' trust that others will nnJ tho same benefit from your wonderful medicine a I have." K amWt LIMITED Tr'AIN3,- rUIXMAH UUPPET SUtEritRS. i MODERN liQOI fWUNT vfc aaaaaaaV f John Bchols, Gen, Mgr. Ivnch, Miss Cftowtxr. rasfe tCSr ' iksk. im) i WUISVILW. Gen, Fass.Agt KY. THE PLAN Or 8ELL1NQ MEDICINES iV jferBbS&J&t&SM &4S&i I 1 1 aJKWfe, V fierce;. i . former l'urk Commissioner David K. King, Jr., and tho late William Schaus Doth of them occupy this rank. nro to be sold by auction in February ITaaaaos .&.. at New York Mr. King's collection In tho early port of the month America (mankind nnd womankind) nnd tho Schaus pictures on Februmeans liberty for the, world. AW ary 23. The proposed disposition of "William O. McDowell, Chairman." such valuable; works Is causing tho County Directory. The Olllcers. highest interest In art circles. Mr. IIAIlTFOItn, KY. GOLD IN AN OLD TABLE. The Kentucky Legislature asscm-bo- i King resigned tho presidency of tho Will practice his profession in Ohio Cariosity of n Appraiser llevrals tho park commission on October 1 last. It ed lust week and both branches and adjoining counties, and court oi Hoard of a Dead (Irocrr. CIItCUIT COURT. is understood that the recent death of were organized. The following ore Appeals. Special attention given Following tho death of Henry Ilode-wnlhis wlfo whllo abroad and the condiOwens-liorHon. W. T. Owen, Judgo collections. Office east side of pulrlri n prosperous grocer oi Indian tion of his health ore among the rea- th. officers of the Senate: npolls, Ind., It became necessary to sons that havo Induced him to dispose squaro. W. V. Goebel, President Pro Tern. nppra'.so his personal property. Among of his collection, which Is particularly Hon. J. Edwin Bowo, Attorney Win. Cromwell, Chiet Clerk. M. L. Heavr;n. SiiKtBY Taylor. his effects was a rickety old tabic, rich in choice examples of the early Owensboro, C. E. Summers, Serjeant-at-Arms- . standing In an unused corner The ap- English school, Unroll-i- i .1. V. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. Mrs. Emtua Walker-Her- r, HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, praiser placed Its vnluo at ten cents . l'etrei Ordered Home. nnd It was thrown nsldc. Curiosity G.'B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. . Clerk. Orders have been cabled by the navy nftcrwnrd led him to open the drawer Thos, McLaughlin, Assistant B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner In the table, nnd he found therein a department directing tho gunboat PeHARTFORD, KY. Hartford. packngo containing ?l,7lfo In gr.ld. trel, now on tho Asiatio station, to reTho Petrel 'iobert Tyler, Door Keeper. Further npprnlscmcnt lias been post- turn to San Francisco. Will practice thicr profession in all G. B Likens, Trustco Jury Funtl poned until a careful Investigation can has been in active scrvlco for five years i'loak Room Keeper, 13. L.Stanton. the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining Ilurtford. nnd Is badly In need of new tubing for bo made of every bit of portable propercounties, nnd in the Court of ApMasters Liy, Salyers and Fulton, Cal. P. Keowu. Sheriff-Iter boilers. Tho cruiser Boston has ty belonging to the estate. peals. Special attention given to ordered to sail for Yokohama, to s as ot Senators of the same name, Deputies Saraucl-KeowHartford collections. Office, next door to Wtirrr Wntrr la llcr-pwere elected as pages. relieve the Petrel. Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bank of Hartford. 'A deeper spot In the oeean than yet The House orginized by electing A Mew Compound. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, known has been found recently by her Charles Blanford, Speaker. The discovery recently of a new comPerry Westerfiold, majesty's surveying ship Penguin In Cromwell. Speed Smith, Chiet Clerk. pound body one which is claimed to J. latitude 23 degrees 40 minutes south, Court convenes firsi Monday in exhibit the peculiar quality of solidifyT. S. Kirk, Assistant Chief Clerk. longitude 175 degrees ten minutes March and August and continues three west, A fault In the wtro caused tho ing under the action of heat, and to R. Lee Stewart, Enrolling Clerk. ngaln revert to tho liquid state at a Beaver Dam, Ky. sounding to bo abandoned after 1,'jOO weeks, and third Monday 'in May and H. C. Hill, Sergeant at Arms. fathoms had been run out without temperature below 32 degrees temperNovember two weeks. W. M Johnson, ature, Fahrenheit, Is announced. To R. R. WEDDING touching bottom. this substance the name of crostose baa COUNTY COUHT. Iloyalty Sings for Charity, been given. II. M. Herd, Cloak Room Keeper. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. Princess Christian, becond survivMasons In Tlraill. Masters C. H. Searcy, A. S Hayes, Hartford, Ky. ing daughter of the ijuccn, nnd Princess D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. In Brazil makes $5.85 a Rnscoe A mason Victoria, Princess Christian's eldest Tarter and W. D. Williams, Will practice his profession in all E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. In Italy, $3. daughter, appeared as public, vocalists week; In Denmark, $5.30; tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining pges. Court convenes first Monday in counties. Also Notary Public. In tho Windsor choral society's perTwo Uvea Nnteil. formance of "Tho Messiah," on New each month. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Mrs. Phoeby Thomas, ol Junction Year's night. Doth sang several solos. Jlnrrlaon on (he lreltlency. COURT. City, III. was told by her doctors she QUARTERLY Tho performance was given In aid of Benjamin Harrison had Consumption nnd that theie was charity. Begins on tho third Monday in wilt discuss "The Presidential Office" no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. Primitive Artificial Teeth. in his "This January, April, July and October. very comprehensively Artificial teeth were formerly made Kind's New Discovery completely AT inthefotth-cumin- g COURT OP CLAIMS. of hippopotamus or walrus Ivory. This cured her and she says it1 saved her Ci untty ofOurs" series, Februrary Ladies' Home material, however, proved unsuitable, life. Mr. Thos. Kggers. 139 Florida Convenes first Monday in January, Ky. ns it was subject to decay, and the corJ urnal. He will detail the provisand Tuesday after the fourth Monday St. San Francisco, suffered front a ions rosion from tho acids of tho mouth in all practice and methods of electing n Chief in October. WILL courts of his profeeeiou joining Consumpdreadful cold, npproaching made the breath offensive. Ohio nnd ao t agistratc, and will have much to tion, tried without result everything counties and Court of Appeals Spec- -' OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. s y bearing upon the eligibility of a lal attention given to collections. else then boitcht one bottle ol Dr. T esident for G. 8. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur will give Office next door below Co rumen King's New Discovery nnd in two b - views as to the length of the Springs. cial Hotel. He is naturally . 4striw weeks was cured r esidential term, nnd express rather N. C Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. thankful. It is such results, ot which BIQ ELECTRIC ROAD PLANNED. d oideJ opinions relative to the an-- n Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartth. e ate samples, thnt prove the vance to which Presidents are subs ford. Scheme on Foot to Connect Itaclna with wonderful efficacy of thN medcinein Chicago and Milwaukee. jt- .ed from The atti-cl- e L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur HARTFORD, KY, ', Articles of incorporation havo been Coughs and colds. Free trial bottle is practical, based upon experience Springs. Will practice his profession in nil th nt Williams & Hells Drng Wore. filed with the register of deeds of a 1 observation, and is very timely. Wis., for the Milwaukee, Itaclne Regular siz? 50c and $1.00 Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be civen 'to nl G 'n Harrison believes that the fears & Kenosha Street Hallway company, m Keeper, Hartford. business entrusted to his care. l Col-- y A IVlirTlIt TIllllC. with a capital stock of $1,000,000. The (e. pressed by the framers of our Con-- s justices' courts. Office wittit the lections a specialty. objects are to build an electric street In sentencing James H Alison, ed ution) that the power ol the offics railway line from Cudahy, Milwaukee itor ol the Indianapolis People to two county Attorney. Also .Notary rujjnc U uich as to enable an ambitious in-- c Fordsville. J. A. Bowling county, soufli through Itaclne City and D.ik-- er ibent to secure an indefinite sue-- Barrett's Ferry, March 1G, June 15, county and Kenosha City nnd county years in the penitentiary Judge said: to tho Illinois state line. The princi.ion of terms have never been real-- ? September I4, December I4. (Gonnty Attorney) BuforI). Ben F. Graves Marcb pal men interested are Matthew Slush, "The man whodeliberatelvi-catterd. "In practice the popular opin-i- r Decem-ber-2- 8. of Mount Clemens, Mich., nmJ'A. W. nbroid publications calculated to lend 30, Juuc29, September 28, , limited the eligibility of the Ilishop, of Cleveland, O. Jackson I. the young, the rising generation, as- I esident to one re election. Hut HARTFORD, KY. Case, manager of tho Hell City Street Hartford. A S, AullJIarch 2, Hallway company, has mndo a deal to tray, it seems to me, tines a thing that iieof our leading and most thought Juno 1, September 2, December 2. Will practice bis profession in the transfer tho cars oer his lane in Ita- isnlmost unpirdonable Thethought ft t public men have challenged the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Woodward Rosine. C. L. clne. The projectors said that the road of destroying a human life by mems Special attention given to colw wlomoftbe four-yeterm, nnd March 13, June 13, September 13, would be completed within ono year If lections. Office in Courthouse. of this obsrenity is a lcartul thine h c advocated six years, usually ac December 13. they could get the right of wny. They Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson propose to carry passengers, express I would rather n thousands times that companied with a prohibition of a matter and mail. Itaclne citizens are the ml'lnizbt marauder should break s ond term And unless some March 9, Juno 8, September 7, DeJNO. B. WILSON, cember 7. enthusiastic over the matter, and will into mv house and rob me of everyin"thdU can be devised by which a do all thnt Is necessary to help the projs considerable part ot the four-yejectors to connect tho city with Chi- thing I luve in the wirld thin tint HARTFORD, KY. cago and Milwaukee by an elect rlo line. the disseminator of this kind of liter- given to col terra must be given to hearing SPECIAL attention abstracts, dec, hliniildgainan nu tience among applicants for office, and to making apmaking Iature gavo her Castoria. slcV, THE KIEL CANAL. " also Notary Public for Ohio County. pointments, it would be wise to give When Baby was Child,wo When aha was a she cried for Castoria. Offico North side of public spure. Difficulty Kxpcrlencrd by Large Ships In President, by extending the time, the When she became Jllas, aha clung to Castoria. Old I'niiile raaalng Through (do Channel. O'd people who require medicine a better chance to show what he can When she had Children, she gave tharn Castoria, There seemf to lo .1 great difficulty In tho passage of the North to regulate the bowels and kidneys do for the country. It must be ad- canal by largo ships. A little over two ' will find the true remedy in Electric lLitted, also that ineligibility to a weeks tigo tho Hnudlian 24 I does not st tond term will give to the Executie Maio had considerable dllllculty In ' Bitters. This medicine It passing through. Shu was absolutely stimulate and contains no whisky tive action greater independence. Ilriciu llieNew Tenr Kindt. As all of our merchants square up fast near Kilometer 30, and was floated nor other intoxicant, but acts as a seems unlikely, however, that any nfter considerable labor ami by aid of tonic and alternative. It acts mildly change in the Presidential term will their old books and begin a new set several tugs, only after tho flood tide r be made unless some unexpected with the beginning of the New Year, had set in. On tho 11th the steamer on the stomach and bowels, adding Hans ran aground in tho canal just strength and giving tone to tbe or- cent should stir into action a their patrons should make nnd eni eust ot Horstedt; tugs were sent to her gans, thereby aiding Nature in the thought that is now ot a theoretical deavor to sqvfare accounts. The honrwitliAassistance, and the locks were opened, performance ot the functions. Elec tliaM o fnct- " est man has no better friend than tue at flood tide and closed immediately merchant, and you should show your thereafter lu tho hopes of increasing tric Hittets is an excellent appetizer appreciation, if indebted, by calling tho depth of the canal by a few inches. and aids digestion. Old People find The U. S. Gov't HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Tho British steamer Axmlnster also it justexactly what they need. Price Royal Baking Powder and settling a portion, at least of show do any nnd all kinds Blranded nenr Durg. The condition of fifty cents per bottle ot willlatus & your account. Aside from personal of Is prepared to Pricts most Dental Operations. superior to all others. tho canal nt present is anything but feelings this is only business, Office over Williams & reasonable. ratlsfactory, and It has happened that Jells Drug Store. Winchester Democrat. Bell's Drug Store. tho passage, instead nf baing nrndo Ilinirultlra ut An Editor, m Vitalised air or laughing air adI I within 11 hours, as provided In the To tun a newspaper without occaministered for painless extraction oi rules and regulations for tho use of tho Sutherland's Eagle" Eye Salve Is THE NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE sionally publishing an item tint Is canal, has taken aa long os 40 hours. new and original in style of package teeth' ond School of Telecrraphy of Delaware, O. untrue or give offense, is like tun- and medicinal qualities. It is not onoffers a course FREE to all who will enter ning a railroad POISONED BY IMPURE VIRUS. without having ly a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but aaji'aaa before Jany. 15, 'ltd For full particulars Amos Fry's family (u a Herloua Condition address, tbe President siuashups and accidents. It can't is guaranteed to give sitisf action as Magazines ' and Some Members May Die. Delaware, Ohio. L. LoMAY, be done. No man in the world is so an ointment for old sores, .piles, etc. The fnnilly of Amos Fry, near BosWayne Griffin & Bro. FOR THE HOME. upon ns the editor of a Z. In a terrible condition as "VI liy the llum I'unrr ton, ilm Heat ol rmch imposed conPushed with wotk u result of Impure vaccination. Several newspaper. Them AH. I.eM Ymri weeks ago one of the neighbors was Only those who hnve lived for ears tinually, he must rely upon second Patties who have any Leap Year vaccinated and Mr. Fry determined to on n farm or in n smalltown can 5 for information as and third patties vaccinate his four children from virus business to attend to should hurry up the power qnd farcination ot the tiv the events that transpire token from the arm ot tha neighbor. and get in their work. We shall not received irom occupies a place that statements are The operation was performed. It Tho home paper have nnother Leap Year tor eight four children were taken violently HI no other publication can fill. The tillable people, but which ate y years, or until 1904,-01900 is not a nnd eruptions appeared over their en- home newspapers come first always. discovered to be without Leap Year. tire bodies, from the size of a dime to Eveiybody looks through every coN any foundation in fact. If, therefore, MUs Amy Fry, that of n It will be 200 years till this occurs 17 years of age, was compelled to havo umu to see if the editor has put his kind reader, you find yourself again, for the year aooo will be a pi:rsla-- ; 111 her arm amputated, nnd is so that or her "nnme in the paper." fiacn by any statement in your Leap Year. The exact length of the she probably cannot recover. All tho bit ol local gossip is read and discussFRANK home paper keep the fact in mind. year is 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes children are Buffering from a Do not "fly off thehanale," but go to ond 46 seconds, of a severe type, and all ot them ed. Sometimes it is a birth, somemay die. Physicians say that the virus times a deith, sometimes a marriage the editor nnd ask lor a correction, Every year divisible by 4 is a Leap has permeated their entire system and No matter what it is every name ami take our woru lor . nine case, ; year( un,MS H c(m be divi3eJ by loo, even should they recover they will bo mentioned is familiar to nil, and for often, if your case is just, you wj' ana that is a Leap Yearit divisible by physical wrecks. '' Contains each Month I Orl final W.tsr Color this one reason nlone the home pap-l- ! !)' recetveu nice a gentleman anu urc 400ritj:ti of Ksedlnc Frontispiece! IIS Quarto claaa llluitra-tieSCHOOL FOR FIREMEN. er is prized above and beyond any- correction maue wiin pleasure, out, I (00 Nw and High Mora Uur.ryM.IUr and llluatra-tlon- a Successful fire Chiefs of tha Country thing, the 'iiternry fellows" in cities 1'ite.id of this if you go aroutidblow-inj- r than any other Magaslna In America. JScts.) Mr. A. It. Crsnibr, of No. Favor llrentano'a Plan, Winchester Democrat. can prbduce. about the editor nnd his paper 1M Kerr fi-t- Memphis. Tean., Simon Hrentano's project for a school writes that his vrtte bsd canFrank Leslie's Pleasant Hours don't be sorptised if you get treated iHtr vvDIch had eaten two of fire extinguishment In Nw York lie JlHde 11 liy Ailverllslnir. larara holoaln her breast. anid (Ji scant courtesy when 7011 visit will be carried Into effect during 'the which tha best nhvalclana FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. had not been for the liberal use v If it ot the surrounding country d year 1800. Mr. llrentnno will havo A nrteht. Wholesome. Juvenile Monthly. t'.e office. There are but a few ot us treated, and pronounced In. he made ol the newspapers as nn young Fully Illustrated. The best writers for year. with him In the enterprise many" Ex. curable. Her grandmother people oontrlbuto to It, 10 eta. i l a medium, loliu Wunamaker, wlio are entirely faultless and aunt nau area or of the most successful fire chiefs of TO SOT) ALL STJSSCKimoaS tho United States and other Influential the great many times' millionaire Ulieiii Ecnrlon THE REPUBLICAN. Hartford, men who have made a study of his proKy. Prank Leslie's popular merchant, would today be an almost Ti Louisville Jan. 19th., via the C O. Monthly Magazine and THE posed system. Among them are Henry handler of ry goods. Per & o W. R. R- to enable patrons of REPUBLICAN both one year 3lills, secretary of the National Asso- unknown Frank Leslie's for $3.5o. PlensUnt Hours forbovsantl ciation of Fire Engineers; Chiefs Bon- haps no merchant iu the world has this line to spend n day in Louisville Hlris und THE REPUBLICAN ner nnd Sweeney, of the New York de- used the press more than this man ntid return to their homes the same both for one year for $2.00. nd when told this, tbo most partment; Chief Webber, ot Boston; and no one of his class has perhaps suing, we will on Jau 19U1 sell Kevr eminent ipeciallsU oftreat-meChiet Foley, ot Milwaukee; Georgo O. Undoubtedly theBest Club Off 8fs York, under vinoee, successful, He is almost excursions tickets from all stations she was placed, de. 2'atterson, head of the New York Are been tuore dared her easowas hopeless. n crank on the subject of advertising. from Central City and Intermediate Insurance patrol; Prof. Ilarrett, of trbiti to Frank tKs' 1N.NUM a ITouss, y.T", All treatment having: tailed, she was given op to die anaEdward Atkinson. Tho aim No one can blame him for it, ns it pjintsto Louisville at an average U. S. 8. vraa recommended, may of tho proposed school of fire extinhas been one grtnt cause of Ufa unexn rule of less than one cent per mile. and astonishing as Itcured Tfew seem, guishment Is to cluvata tha work of fire- nmpled succets. Eor lull particulars regarding the her sound and well. men to the dignity ot a profession and Photographer Taylor will mike pic-urOur treatua oatftree, to time of departure, rates, etc, consult will bo seat to reduce to scientific- principles tha In Hattford every Monday and any address. Cry or S, G, prevention and extinguishment ot n mr nearest ticket agent SWIFT SPECIFIC CC tf n Mcllenry on Tuesdary's. Jlrcs. A. Louisville, Ky. AUMM.C hatch, G. P. RoYal Baking Powder 21g353 .ABSOLUTELY PURE Will practico their profession in ah thecourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. Smitli, u JTTBRIY JT d, o. f i ! Attorneys at Law Iln-ffnr- d. . lcn Attorney at Law. Assistant-Sergeant-at-Arm- Attorney at Law, lncrl W. HrBARPJES L v MIR IWj Hartford, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. I I Attorney - office-seeker- at w, Ita-cin- e. 11 J c -- s M:iomey at ;C&w, ' ar ( 1 ar Attorney at Law I H MJ ' Sea-IIalt- J. R. PIRTLE I JH man-of-w- h iV rar-tln-ll - Reports DENTIST FREE FREE Indls 1 2 Popular v. real-vz-- subse-fiqucntl- half-dolla- r. g irTi IJUKULAK JT MONTHLY -1 LESLIE'S ". - idep-tille- c Chi--cag- o, Children for ) Pitcher's Castoria. A . 0 . 1 -- . JEaL .1 .. 1 . DJi .JitV, TTfceele.rT'T''a. . , n --a ,. IT .t TT xi v a A- - -- . i tt ??$- (. JJtt v" - o VJV .s- S Cancer 3 ato-ea- Ft es 8-- - -- t -- i. v$,,VwV3 z. jfeWlys- - M fv r&. . I Hartford Republican rUBUBBED EVKItY F1IIDA.T MOIIMHO WASHINGTON. Tho Republican Congressmen hah a. AnnKimo.t r.itiicr. Oppose Borrowing Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. ' Money " Friday, January 17, 1896. '' -- -- Ho.v. Henry 8. Tyler, Mayor of Louisville, died Wedncsdny morning And Favor an Economic Policy. Hon.John W. Lowls Vory Popular With Hl8 Brothron. Washington, D. C, Jan. n, '96. As my former letters to Tun from Lebanon, Ky., seemed to find favor fn your eyes, or at least, their way into your coining, I will endeavor to renew my acquint-anc- e with your readers from my tern porary home at the Nation's Capital. Many of your readers, no doubt, are denied easy access to the city dallies and therelorc fall of getting lull and detailed statements of what our Republican House ot Represent itives Is doing to relieve the country horn the IIo.v. E. P. MoAdams, s acandidato Tor Delegate to the National Republican Convention from tbo Second District. ofllnwce-villc.i- Hon. J. 0. W. Beckham has been chosen by tlio Nelson county Dem-ocrati- o to mako- - tbo race for Representative to fill the place made vacant by tho death of Mr. "Wilson. Commitlco The marvelous success of Dr. W, G. Hunter ns a politician, evidently arises from a cause more powerful tban the mind of man. Tho Doctor is doubtless carried on to victory by tho loft hind foot of a rabbit, killed in a graveyard in tbo dark of tho evils brought upon it by the present Democratic Administration, and its moon. last Congress. Gov. Bkadley's Message is meetThere have been two important ing with tho hearty approval of every measures passed the House designed Kentuckian. It is a manly docu- to afford relict to our distressed Treasment, and shows clearly tho idea of a ury. Two bills passed within a week great man on tho liviug questions of when it would have taken a Demotno Hay. Uov. Bradley should be cratic Congresn eighteen months to supported by the Legislature and cro pass any bill for the same purpose. his term of oiGco expires we will sco This demonstrates the dlflerence in a great change for the better in this capacity of a Republican and Democratic House to transact business. proud old State. Before passing to a consideration, Dn. A. D James, Stato Senator however, of these bills, It is my purfrom this District, is a candidate for pose to refer to; the President's special Delegate from tho e to message to Congress on the Venezuela incident. It was that message that tho National Republican Convention. Dr. James is a shrewd politician and made necessary the second special did a vast amount of good work for message calling upon Congress for relief to enable him to meet the emertho party in tho last campaign. In gency he had created by his first. the event Dr. Hunter goes to the The country was disposed to applaud United States Senate, ho will likely the patriotism ot the President's war be a candidate for Congress in tbo State-at-larg- It caused only n gnlvantlc shock. quivering of the limb nud nothing more. The patient U too far gone to Having issued n war mesrecover. sage, hi two diys he runs from the cflectolit. Calls on Congress to enable him to assert himself against Kngland, and all comers, nntl on the morrow .vhlnes like a whipped child Issue n sensa"we arc busted" tional nud unnecessary messige crex ating a panic In the business centers of this country, and causing an immediate flow of gold from our shores to England, and beholding what his move on the chew board of politics has done, when lie was playing for prestige, he becomes stamped, looses his head, and makes a spectacle of himself by threatening the Nation's credit while . trying to sustain it. Truly he Is a wonderlul Grover, If not a great one. In response to his call for help the House ot Representatives ucted promptly, as it did In the Venezuela matter. In the Emergency Revenue Bill the IIousV ha given him a cute for a our ills, and it is ol that bill I desire to say n Word of explanation. The bill is strictly what It purports to be an "Emergency Revenue Bill" lor temporary purposes. It should not be accepted by any one as cmbodjing the views of the Republican House on the tariff question. It would have been Impossible to have prepared a tariff bill, such as the Republicans will prepare and pass in 1S97 when we will have a Republican President, In time to meet the exigencies of the case and the distressed condition ol the Treasury. The Republicans were patriotic enough to meet the President half way and pass such an act as they thought he would sign, and still leave him the poor privilege of clinging to his theories. The bill they did pass is so far a head of the miserable ruinous bill of Wilson, Gorman and Co., the country will rejoice, if it escapes a veto, and will regain some ol its accustomed prosperity, as under Republican rule. It is the purpose 1 pottton of them and get the benefit of interest Congress Would nol give Is Grover, the them. Wonderlul, Good. HOLIDAYS-- . The Only liable nerve have taken up too much space and must cut short without giving that account of our representative which was my intention when thU letter wna commenced. Mr Lcvvls is very populnr with his brethren and Is making himself a genet.il tavorlte with the members, which will enable him eventually, to be of the utmost usefulness to his district. His fine legal nblllty has been justly recognized by Speaker Reed, by assigning him to the iniottaut and dignified Committee of the Judicluy The revenue bill which he helped to pass, if It becomes n law, will enable us to meet our currcntcxpenseswithouta month1 Great and thorouehlv building-up tonic, vitalizcr and ic medicine, the spring SESSION -- OF THK BEAVERDAMSEMINARY AND- Purifier the people HOOD'S Before today, and which stands preeminently above all other medicines, is ' COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE OponB Tuosday, Jnn. 14, 1800. Strong Faculty, Good Enviroumout, Suporior Facilities. All closses will be strong from the Preparatory to the Scientific Course. SllORV HAND nud TYPEWRITING affords facilities inictlor to no business college. The surroundings arc lu every way unobjectionable. EXPENSES. GOOD IIOARD.rooni, fuel, etc , per week in private lamtly, t as- Arrangements have just been perpectrd for furnishing nn opportunity to all who want to enter a bos CLUB, in which the estlmnted cost ol boatd.room, Kach boy will need to supply htttiRelt etc., per week is but $1 25 to $1 4 with betiding, chair, etc. The organization and management of the Club will be under the General Supervision of the PRESIDENT. Anyone desiring to enter the Club must Inform us nt once, that provisions nmv be made for him. TUITION IN ADVANCE. ..$3 00 Collegiate Department, per term often weeks ) Primary V. 4 00 5 Preparatory Department Intermediate J f4 Sarsaparilla' It has won its hold upon the hearts of the people by its own absolute intrinsic merit. It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the story: ly deficit, nud when Mr. Lewis is returned to thesjth Congiess, which he will be, with n good Republican In the White House, we will then give the country n tariff lor protection, with nn ample sugar bounty clause and magnificent reciprocity provisions which will make this country again boom as it always has done under Republican Administrations, C.J. Hood's Cures Even when all other preparations and prescriptions fail. " I mi taken with a pain In my light side which ran down into my limbs and my ankles swelled and broke out In running sorea In aeren different places. Since I have used Ilood'a the tores have healed and I have gained Alteon pounds In weight." Josih rUnnm, I'restonburg-- , Ky. Advanced . . 7.00 For further information address or visit JNO n. TAYLOR. Vice Pros. LUL E. R. RAY. President. WALKER Sec'y. HARDINSBURG. Nows Notos of I a Personal Nature r foe B. Cox, ond Miss Blanch Mosely represented this place Post-maste- nt the Atlanta Exposition. Rev. S W. Shelton preached Inter-estin- Third District. a surgeon in tho Union army during the war; has served several terms in the Kentucky Legislature; was a delegate to the Republican National Convention at Chicago in 1880, and was one of the famous 306 who so gallantly stood by Grant to the last. He was also a delegate to the Republican Na tional Convention at Minneapolis in 1802.' He represented the Third Kentucky District in tho fiftieth Congress, and was elected to Fif tyfourtb Congress. Dk. Hunter is 54 years old, was Tun announcement that Mr. E. T. of Owensboro, will be a candidate for Congress from the Second District this year, calls to mind the fact, yhat, at the Appellate Convention fit Leitchfield in 1891, he announced in a speech that as sure we (bia bearers) were living, be would be elected as Congressman from the " "second District that j ear. As a matter of fact Mr. Franks was not elected, nor did be oven get the uomina tion in 1894. It is to bo hoped that Mr. Franks made a mistake in his Leitchfield speech, and that ho meant to ley that he would be elected as Fronts, Congressman from the Second District in 189G, as sure as we were liv in jr. MAKING A RECORD. Our Republican Legislators should bear in mind.Vthoy do not, that they are making a record, that will plava prominent part in the success, or tho disaster, of tho party in the future. It must be remembered that the actions of our Representatives at Franki fort smacks loudly of a scramble for office and prestige. At any rate,that is the impression produced by their actions up to date. Tbo Senatorial fight instead of being waged with the idea of selecting a statesman, who would reflect bouor on bis party and State, seems to have been conducted with view of obtaining self aggrandizement. The wishes of constituents, it seems, arc not consulted in a very large Tbo masses of the party measure. are pot very well pleased with things message, and I will call it such for convenience, and none gave him a more hearty support than the Republicans. As a matter of fact, the first applause given the message on its reading in the House of Representa' tives, came from the Republican side of the house, a perceptable length of time intervening belore the Democrats could catch their breath and joint in with them. Why should not it have Why They were dazed. been so? What should not they have been? right had they to expect that an American President who would send an envoy to Honolulu to pull down the American flag would favor his own country in a contention with Great Britian, or any other country? What right had they to expect that a President who would send an accredited Minister with letters to the Republic of Hawaii, bearing at the same time on his person secret Instructions to enter a foul conspiracy to over throw that Republic and reestablish on its ruins a mouarchy, would manifest such a spirit ot Ameticanism? What right had they to expect such a blow of patriotism from a President who would keep such nn Embassador as Bayard at the Court of Saint James.to belittle has own Government and insult his own countrymen at will? They did not expect it. and showed clearly they did not, and that they were taken by surprise. The language of the message was all right, it was not sincere, and the people, after the first eflervcscence of their patriotism, have come to know that It was not. On the Presidents part It was simply heroic treatment to resuscitate his patty, hut it failed. It was like nn 111 advised move In chess where one leaves unprotected mote than he could possibly make by the move. Alter his emasculated foreign policy had brought down upon hiuttiie severest criticism of every patriot In the land, and the domestic policy of his party had brought the greatest possible dlstiess upon the country, and well nigh paralized his party, ns show by the elections lor the past two years, he thought he would try the electric remedy and give it a at Frankfort. They remember that the Republicans were placed in power for the purpose of correcting abuses that have long made havoc with tho interest of our State. should be Our representatives awakeued to n seuso of their duty. Whether the awakening bo rude or gentle, it sbou'd be administered, nevertheless, clso the Republican party will find itself in the bnnds of as complete a machine, as ever dominated the Democratic party. Gentlemen at Fruukfurt should remember that they were sent there to work; to lift the State out of the time worn ruts in which she has beon running, and not to play a game nf politics, at tho czpeuse of a long inflicted people. There is otio consolation, however, to be found among things that have transpired at Frankfort. The Message of Gov. Bradley is a businesslike document. It shows that he, at least, is going to do what ho said be would do when making bis campaign. ami if He wants things improved the Legislature acta upou his advice, things will bo changed. Gentlemen at Frankfort, however, should remember that they are making a record that will tell in tbo future either for good or bad. II tmiWM I III tCuuiMrup. tuwOoul Cm 1 '1 latin. BoW Wdriilj.. I of the Republicans to protect sugar by a bounty, they could not undertake to do that in a bill to raise more revenue. It will be done in 1897, when there will be no Democratic Treasury official to over-ridCongress, the Supreme Court, and every thing else, and refuse payment. The Republicans position on the bond bill should not be misunderstood. They are opposed to borrow-- , ing money tn run the Government in time ol peace, they lavor an economic policy which will yeild revenue sufficient for that purpose. It was not a question with them whether they should issue bonds or not, it was whether they authorize the President to issue bonds at a less rate ot interest or not, he already having the authority to issue bonds, that was the question. The bill tor more revenue could not be available in time to meet Demo-ciatl- c the necessities of the case mismanagement, legislating in the interest ot Europe, instead of the Unjted States, nnd Democratic inbrought has the competency country to the verge ot a crisis and the President, it was known, would be obliged to borrow money soon, and he was pining to borrow money from his lavorlte Jew bankers in London, the House in order to borrow for less interest nnd to have a popular loan at home passed the bill. Hon. John W. Lewis, our representative, in his speech before Congress December 27, when the bill was under consideration voiced the sentiment of "Mr. Republicans when he slid: Speaker, It is not voting authority to issue bonds; If it were, I should vote against it; as a bond Issue is inevitable and unavoidable, I vote to reduce the interest charge and place the loan within the reach of the American pea. pie. Por these reasons and to afford prompt relief to theTreasury and business of the country, I shall vote for the bill." Mr, Cleveland, however, would not wait for the Senate to pass upon this bill, but thwarted In his design to place the loan with his Jew bankers, and advertises his bouda at the highest rate of interest knowing that they will gobble up the greater e lions rr llnm, My., tn sermons at the M. E Church, Aust'n, Tex , $40 00; Baton Rogue, morning andevenlng, on last Sunday. La., $27.00; Eddy.N'.M ,$54 S5; DentN M . 60 40; El Paso.Ttx,, $60.-4Mr Frank Haswell representing a ing, Houston, Tix., $3S 80; Jackson, wholesale saddlery house in Louis, ville, is out for a two months trip in Miss . $23.00; Mobile. Alt., $23 00; New OrU-ins-, Li., SS 00; Notches, the interest of his house. Miss , $26 00: San Antonio, Tex., Attorne3-- began taking proof in $43 2o; Vicfcbur, Miss . $23.00; Hot the case ot Beeler vs Bcatd last Mon Sprinps, Ark, .$27 4s;EurekaSprlnj;s, day. Atk , $23 30. The Breckeurid(re Normal College II Mnr.ntCK, Agt. began the second term of this year Several new students last Monday Ior Nitlr l.lter.r Nlnblr. have matriculated, and the institution I want to veil my livery busire'S at entets this term under the most favMcllenry, Ky., the stock consisting orable circumstances. The faculty of 7 head ot hordes 4 hut:Kie 2 spring have every reason to believe that this woons. 1 surrey, 1 road wagon, harwill be the most successful yer the ness and fixtures o' all kinds. In College has jet experienced. tact everything to run n first-claThe Board of Directors of the bank livery stable. Will sell lor cish or part cash nnd of Hardmsburg met last week to elect balance Rood recurity. officers and transact the usual business The old officers and Board of No. 23 2t Johv CAMpnrxL. Directors were retained. The busi!ip t.limiuli. ness of the bank has steadily InAjutvin InittHitapolis, 1ml , ha creased sine; Its beginning, anl it is auatded a vndict il $5 000 in lavor now one of the safest financial institutions in the Stite. Mr B. P. ot a joun woman who sets up an Beard is president, Mr Will Miller unusual c.iuse for action. The plainVice President, Mr. M. H. Beard tiff say that for the last nine ears Cashier and Messrs Morris Eskndge, her time nnd attention has been monopolized by a young man kIio has R. M. Jolly and G. W Beard direccourteil her mid kept company with tors. her s,teadil to the e.c tuiou ol all Mr. Burrel Beard, who is an appli other gentleman At the end of nine cant for the penitentiary wardenship years the youug man explained tint at Eddyville, came home from Frankhe never contemplated mitiiiuony, fort Saturday and went back again but was "inertly triiug to enjoy life last Monday. Mr Beard is linking as he went along " Thereupon the n gallant fight for the position which object of his mono, ulistis devotion he desires, and ns richly merits the brought suit for $n,ooo for the time position as any Republican who ever she has wasted nud the services she aspired to office in this old Commonhas reudcred. The jury gave halt the wealth. Mr. Beard has the endorse- amount .the ueiuanled. ment of his fellow countymen to a Not knowing the principal J in this man. He is the man to have the case wo ute not in pasttio.i to spc.ilc place. positively on the justice of the verThe county Boara 01 Supervisors dict, but tin-r- cm be nj doubt concompleted their work last week. cerning the principles involved. The board was composed of Maj. Generally speaking, $555 a year is Horace Scott, Hon. Jonas D. Wilson, cheap enough rent for a Iloosier Butler, Mr. Alonzo Bennett, Mr. John Guthrie (Old.i ) Leader. sweetheat and Mr. F. K. Rhodes. 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Our work will be up to date In Jul, I'rlnlinir. d every particular. solicited. Your orders are lDr. . pi. amaer ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Sold ootriikt, bo not, me rortltr Afief I or Oo.r.lrr. JNMdol U lo 0(17. !!! rf hois, hop, rtoro aadoflleo. OroMMtioavta-!&- ( tnd but MlUr on Mrth. El'KCIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, kVANSVII.LIS, 1ND Office 4 16 Upp Hirst st. . lnlllBukrHlBltMMWW.u On In uobbs b ho to til noUhbora. rin lmtriBnU. bo tort, vorha tarhr.ftn7dl,uno. boOoaplou.brr4r tor an bb tMppod. Ota put op uru. Dovor Hbja W. oot of ordar. e r. HarrKon ft Cf.Cltrk BO ropoiruf . looto o llu Mim&ud AmoBruoBr. Wrlu 10. Caiman. 0. usaatiztiaiMtn foday? - iadly el Whenever the little children, the ladies or the big men want something; to regulate their liver or cure const! p ation and biliousness, Dr. Dell' Tiny Tonic Tablets Is what they must have Thej cute and you never feel it. Purely vegetable. 35c a vial Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Marvin Brandon ban taken the agency for the American Steam Laundry, of Princeton, Ky., and will send goods on Monday nnd deliver it on Friday. The work is the very best. Save your work for him. Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in lite should always remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filleM to overflowing, but there's always room at the top. That's where Dr. for colic, cholera Bell's Anti-Fland diarrheca stands. It's soldnt 35c and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Waynv ux t We a k this repeatedly, beeaute 2 his diseates often follow trifling as If you are wctk and cenerally ei m without any apparent result, and then closed the meetings. It eems in these days that n pastor cannot bring about a revival ot religion in his own church, without he imports foreign talent into his pulpit who is either to some extent a "crank" or else has a hobby which he rides to death. This peaceful little country town has, during the last week, been In thethroesof a hog law discussion. For the last two years we have had a hoglawheie and It has proven a success. The only thing that is to this law, is that it is hard-l- y strict enough, In its inforcewents. This however is the lault of the officials and not of the law. There have, however, nlw.iys been some bitter opponents to the law. They, have lost no opportunity to denounce it. This element brought such pressute to bear on the out golnpr board of trustees, that they repealed it. The new boatd of trustees declared thnt they It, and so there are interesting discussions on the subject, pro and con. Speaking of Iiors reminds me of a celebrated hog case which led here prior to passing the hog law. A certain gentleman had been so annoyed by hogs, that he resorted to heroic measuies to obtain relief, one fine day be seizing his shot-gu- n went out Into bis garden and shot down a hog that was sportively rooting up his garden. The owner of the hog brought suit lor damages, The man who had killed the hog was a prominent lawyer, and so defended his own case. In his address to the jury, he told them that the hogs Into his parlor nnd rooted over his piano. For the more he said that he actually could not get down on his knees to offer up prayers to hU Maker, without nbeing in constant danger of being rooted up by a IloniN Hood. hog. oc-cset-a- Right in Sight Suiro Saving Shown General Crown's Bitters Neuralgia, a hauitcd, nmoui. g have no appetite and can't work, begin at once tak Ing themoit rella 9 ble trenRtheninff m We'll send you our and Buyers Guide, if ycu tend us 15 cents In 6tamps. That pjyspajtpostagaor cxpressage, and keeps ofndlers. It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; Full of important information no matter whera you buy. 700 Pages, sa.ooo Illustrations: tell3 of 40,000 articles and right price of each. One profit only between maker and user. C:a-lonu- e doie. medicine, which la lirown'a Iron Bit m ten. Benefit comes H from the very flrtt Z m Troubles, Constipation, Impure Blood, Malaria, Nervous ailments S Women's complaints. Get only the genuine DROWN CHEMICAL Dyspepsia, IT CURES S Kidney and Liver S Griffin & Bro. Remember li. L. Bullington a good, easy shave. when Get it. 111-1- It tin crossed red Jf lines on the wrapper. CO. BALTIMORE, MO. MONTGOMERY WARD Michigan Ave, iChicago. CO., 2 you want Sifc, group, gatarrb, Consumption "It Started with a Cold." 55 vaskktmsttAiM Savo my child I" Dr. Acker's English Kemedy Is unsurpassed as a cure (or croup and whooping cough. It quickly removes the poisonous so dangerous In these dreaded complaints. Ssi j,ckr'$ "C So said one of the greatest of doctors, and he was right All throat and lung diseases begin with a cold. There is only one way to euro them. Something must be taken to quickly remove the soreness, and Inflammation. For years the greatest scientists and physicians sought ior some discovery and at last it was found in the form of 1 ILbw II l .zsgsammm 1 'DOCTOR" Bmmiuuiuuuiiiiiuiiikiu CtlOKINO WITH CROUP. GNQLISH phlecra, membrane and Inflammation It puts a stop tothe wheeling--, hoarseness, aorcneas, difficult breathing and suffocating sensations endured by those aflllcted with asthma, grip and bronchitis. Remedy CiMiimiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii ts fr been and can be cured by Dr. Acker's Rngllsh Komcdy. It effectually cures soro throats and restores tha senses ot taste and smell. It stops hawking and snctslng. If taken In time It will cure consumption. Hear In mind that you may have consump-- 1 tion and yet "yon do not know It." Lot us hope this may be a warning. TORTURED WITH CATARRH. A llfo el misery." The worst casta of chronic catarrh have ' Tj wm W& fs vents the dangerous after-effeccold. of a It checks tonsilitls, croup, influenra, diphtheria, and pneumonia. It asftsts nature, is very agreeable to the palats, and can readily be taken by children. deep-seate- d Dr. Aclccr's English Remedy pre- .5 mm and vitmin vituli alt uit Dr, Asktr'l Eitfltlk RtmtJy fremptly ami m Umi.tturtvitulUt am tnj lo (nuAt, anJoHiumpttox," fittu-wii- It" is pure. DR. ABERCSOUBIC Tbls eroat Jltuodr eaa V procarod ol all rsllablo drag sUli. or of Children Cry for Pltcher'g Castorla. OASPINa WITH ASTHMA. "Why cao't I breath" Acker medicine It m4 li Ctamten It, InrTrb 0, WASTINO CONSUMPTION, "It iUrtid with celj," 7 f -(' KS3 A - - ' ' ,th,jhj.i'm rT.Tn1rtCl1'T'T''TTt-TT--,-"'ti- " J A Sufferer Cured I fe .V Hj&l .. v& K , was two yenrs old, I Buffered dreadfully fnom erysipelas, which kept growing worso until my hands wcro almost useless. Tlio bones softened so that they would bend, nnd sovnrai of my lingers nro now crooked from this cause. On my hand 1 carry largo scars, which, hut for "Every season, from tlio tlmo fan AYER'S Sarsaparllla, would bo sores, provided I 'was nllvo nnd nbUi to carry anything. s?HiBr5 Eight bottle of '.LT'wvr.;-cAycr's Sarsaparllla cured me, o that I havo had no return of tlio dlseaso for moro than twenty years. Tlio first bottle seemed to reach tho spot nnd n persistent use. of it has perfected tho cure." 0. C. Davis, Take yquj producc,4o Stevens Su " ArbucWo cSffctf ftTfapTfckage' Rial's. at Stevens & Rial's. figures nt Pair Cloaks at reduced Do you want the best groceries? Bios. & Co's. Stevens & Rial have them. Balance jtpck .of, JJpots . cheap at Mrs jtolkjrShuiftflrA her Pair Bfos'ffi Cj's. hom? neat Pr?nti9Mondayirhornlng. 32 pouuds'N, O. sugar lor ft at JS.ooTitio.oo. t2. o.'!Oyercoats. reStevens .'Pt'lal's ' difc.ejlf6.5o and $7.W(ftPal'rBrps, Miss Bee 'Brown, Cenbtttown, was aeb'sr in town yesterday. ,. Revs,. Midkifl and lyelley. ore con ducting' a successful meeting at Mr. line calicoes nnd ginghams at New Pleasant. -Pair Bros. & Bo's. - Si Dolilcatlons '" f. lor Court J - .. New style mens hats nt Pair Bros. & Co's. . just (. reckived Mr. W. A. Carson and son, Cecil, Beda, called to.secus Tuesday. . EV THIS is ' . ,. I. ; Waulomo, Wis. Pair Bros. & Co. sell the. clothing. Their prices and styles are right. Balance of lVeavy ' woolen Dress goods reduced "from 50c to 35'c at Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr. R. H. Corriett has some gold Bonds. They nr'e printed on gold leai paper, AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla THE OHLT WORLD'S FAIR ,'.4 'fl JSSt" a" A' COLUMN! Messrs. J. P.v Coleman', ' Cincinnati, and R. M. Coleman",' 'Louisville,, pre iVEE'S FILLS Fromota Good DtgMtlen. the guest of tbeir .father s family, Dr. J. S Coleman. Marshal StcvenTarreijCh'as.John-sou- , Calt on Hulllngton, the barber. colored, Sunday and placed him We can't be under-sold- . iu in jail charged with being a susCarson & Co. r. pected Scion. . Don't fail to sec our Cloaks. Mr. Tim Taylor, druggist, of Prpu-tiCarson & Co. filed a. deed .of. assignment last We are determined to sell our Monday and named Esq. Jon.t B: WilClothing. son as assignee. . Carson & Co. s, It It is our colum. is ours because wo want it. It is ours because we pay the Editor cash for it. Dictionary says a column is "something placed perpendicularly and used for support." That's it, this column helps support the also help3 sup- Remember Tiik Km'Uiilican never Dr. A. P Stanley, ol . Render, is tor opposition, but is detained in Frankfort in attendance ready to do your Job Work. upon the Hon.. Chas. Blantord.Speak-- . er ol the House of Representatives, We ate selling our Millinery goods who is suffering from a severe attack at less than half price. ol bronchitis. Carson & Co. Strayed. From my larm near Call on Stevens & Rial and get a Westerfield, Ky., one gray mare, box of Ballards Baking Powders. It blind in left eye, and ' foretop shaved is the very best. Any off. Lelt last Sunday night. Ballatds Baking Powders is the best information ol her whereabouts will on the market and you get more for be thankfully received, and will pay Perry Vineyard. for trouble. your money. stands back pa-pa- r; port our customers every time it calls their attention to articles on which we can save them money- Mr. Darius Gentry and Miss Lillie We don't propose to carry one Taylor, both of Pfentis were married Cloak over for nest season. Come to Carson & Co. nnd secure one at less at the residence ol the bride's father, These Mr. H. B. Taylor yesterday. than halt price. are both deservedly popular young Mr. Iva Nail, of the Inquirer fob people and have a host of friends who Rooms, left this morning for a visit join in wishing lor them a happy and He will prosperous life. to his parents in Ilaitford. Mr. Gentry was be absent about one week. Owens lormer student of Hartford College. boro Inquiter. Mr. II. J. C. Llndley handed in his We havt reduced the price on our resignation as President of the Bank Clothing so that anyone can buy a of Hartford, which was accepted, and new Suit or on Overcoat for a very Mr. Jas. W. Ford was elected to sucsmall sum ot money. ceed htm. While the business men Carson & Co. dislike to part with Mr. Llndley as Read Tim Republican this year, President 01 this popular institution," we have never had to reduce the ptice they will be glad to know that he Is Isaac Hoover, Teacher in order to get more names, but if succeeded by such an amiable gentleProf C M. Crowe has- - been emyou arc not taking it we would be man as Mr. Ford, who is one of the ployed to teach the Remainder ot the gtad to enroll your name on our list. best business'men in Western Ken- the Fordsville High. School, the prin-- . tucky. The price is still $1 35 per year. cipalship.of whlcli .was made. vacant 'A 'rhe tncinbcis of that CluistiiV), aud best Church i;ict last Sunday nt 11 o'clock lilt r executingbond with satisfacto- to, hold communion services. ry; tcunty on Monday, the S7th day Misses Fnima. Barnes nnd Claude ot. munry, 1896, at the Court House Tayior spentMbnday night in ,Hntt-for- d Aovr in Hartford, Ky., a contract for with Mrs. Shelby Taylor. laying base of stone around the Court Little Misses Hazel Wcsterffeld, HinK.e nnd. ground, together with a. Rosabcllc Metcalfe and Marie Austin sidujwalk of btick on the out side 0 spent Friday night in the country ' , thfc leucc. with Miss Hattie Miller. Specifications. Stone base so Miss Teenie Hays returned to her r ., lnchia wide, not less than- ra Inches t . w home in Rochester last Wednesday."-- , . Rc.y, Walcott,.of Louisville will beof single stone, laid In ."cMrs, Meyera and daughter Mts. gin n protracted,. jijeetingat.tlhe Bap- ement! the surface to be 12 inches', be McGee. have moved '.to Roclrter. tist Church, from ay Upon this base1 to Her house is now occupied by Mils. ne ft the ground. fti .be . stone 11 inches high, (5 feet, not Likens and lamily. ., Mr. Li C. DavhvGeneraU Agent of Miss Cliffie CGray entertained her q , was iu Jcs. than Ave feet long) and' 12 inches Ptudential ' town this week in the interest of that thl:kj all that part above the'groifrld friends nt her home on last Saturday (1,0 inches) to bis cut smoothe'to perevening in honor of her guest, Miss popular Company, : iW, t fect alignment, :and,curved onits'top Motile Duncan. Crineyvllle, Marshal Stinton,.-,oedge upon which the iron railing is Miss Mattle Taylor spent Saturday brought Bird Scaggs.to Hartford Sun-da- y to with holes ' put in eVery six and'Sunday at her" home in the coun: nigtyt. apd ,, placed him in jail. posts of the iron try.' ' feflo recciv'e He is charged with breaking into 'raftiug.' .' ... . Mr. D. .J. Coleman's father and & Co's' store at Rock-por- t. Rcid, liaden rtlm" the endV '.where tlese mother arc visiting him this week. -.' sto'ieSV each "five feet'in length come School opened Tuesday morning. people1 bf theJMet'hodist 'in : opposition the'joints mustjbelac-cuVatelThe Austin family Orchestra furnishChurch will Til 'a, tew days, .present fitted, and joined, with ed music.- - A la'rge number of visiThe entire work js to be done tors were present at Devotional Exer "Tho Lady ot Lyons" at the Court s masonry, of stone that cises. Quite a number of new pupils House1. ' Good talent has been engag- irf . ed in the work"nna'aVe'aia'djLtime Js is 'cuown'tb be durable. . Centered Tuesday. , . r, The pavement to he 'of br)ck with assured to qlL, Little Miss.Sallie Hunt Is visiting 'Stone curbing, cut and fitted in good relatives iu Rockport this week. Jo3ie.DulpH,'efc "Tjiesday for Miss warkmahiike order, viz.: the, stone Miss Mnrgarette.B Clark was with Montana,' where she goesto- take a composing the curbing to be not less her class in Rockport and McIIenry' position in Jttic'7,Llv''ngsionJl.Higli or more,, than 18 inches wide. a : Schools. .She. - was. accompanied ns . ' An Oyster Supper, a benefit for the and 6 inches thick, with far as Louisville by her mother, Mrs. 'cloe jointsttnd straight alignments. Union Sunday School, given SaturT. S. Duke. rTbe side walk to be 10 feet day night Feb. 1st at the Masonic .Mr. Vea Rogers died at his;hme w'Me in front, 8 feet in the therear, Hall under the "management of v near Beaver' bam iast Monday even- 6 fe'et'oh eKiier'side. Misses Margarette B. Clark, Emma '" The'surface'qfthe brick pavement ing and wa.s. buried. Tuesday. at.three ' and Fannie Barnes, o'clock p. in nt the home graveyard. to'cb'me'withiti 'lo'in'ches of thetop ot If you should miss this treat, A more entended'notice of his .death the line oi stone upon which the fence The crowd won't be complete. k ' AttyE. is to rest. ,,. , Will apper in mese columns. soon. , ' 'CHe vafel ot the Court. House is to the'atwjproprie-tor.o- f Mr. J. B. Howard, nOLIi Ar.ONO, JVNTIVE, BOM.. graded-ansodded, by- - sloping' the the Veranda Hotel, ,br6ugEt his 'be will pre lamily over lroin Fordsville'; Ky.jlast ground in such d manner as ol cement (To the Ilohorable Members Monday, and now has charge of the vent'washirig, and a gutter Kentucky Legislature. loot of the 01. Mr. Legislator,' what you gwlne,to house. The Journal 'extends .Mr. agn'nstjhe' ;ieiice,'at thev through do? Howard and family a hearty, welcome slope, with round openings tho basement stone of the fence to Suffrage folks am a keepih' after yqu; Rockport Jourpal.- . , to our city. propLeiid;the water to small' stone gutters It kinds .0' pears to me t'is tne er thing to do The tax levy has been fixed for Hart- acir.the pavement nt .intervals of To roll along, justice, roll. ' ford by the Board of Trustees. 'The 6o,,Jeet. - ' leVy this year. is. 10 cents on the one 0! Mr. Legislator, what you, think No.bJds-wil- l be received unles acvouio? hundred dollars "worth of property and companied, by good- and 'sufficient This is a. reduction VP"d, swhicb must be approved by the Drawln' ob a salary according' Xojffi. $1.50 poll tax. law! . . ' of 30 cents on the hundred lor prop Committee belorebids-arc'let.Kentucky wimmen's mighty tired, erty, while the poll tax is 'the same. raisin' boys to rule der, ma, a Iobn P. Morton, Roll along, justice, roll. A..S. Aui.1,,:. . ' Com. SatWe close our school at Goshen I B. F Graves, . Ol de clock up above say, "Time de urday flight Jan. 18th with an enterJ. K Pendleton, wimtnen vote," tainment. Opening Address Prof. Hbfdin' ob de pen'lum, never stop de E. R. Ray. Music by the Beaver , boat: , ..which, makes The Dam brass band. Tableaux, Dialog-ue- s, Aycr's Pills so easy to take, dissolves De cars never wait fpr'de barkln' ob cayote, Pantomimes and Declamations, immediately on reaching ihe etpm? Roll along, justice, roll. &c. Admission 10c. Reserved seats strength ac'n, and so permits the full JOSEMHNlS K. Henrv. . Money to be used as the trus15c. jVersallles,' Kentucky. and 'benefit of the medicines to'be tees see proper; , Ask promptly, . .: BEAVER DAM. Houbo Fonoo,, ' Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair. t .'ill be let to the lowest PR' 3 vwicr CREAftl BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. ppre Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any otheradulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A r S: - tll-'-c- , to-d- HARPERiS MAGAZINE IN 1800. Btisels, n'flew novel by William Black, written with all the author's charm bf manner, will begin In the December Number, 1895, and contlnue'until May. A new novel by George duMaurlcs, entitled The Martin, will also begin during' (he year. It ts not to much to say that no novel has ever been awaited with such great expectation as the succeswell-know- I 1 VI J f' ft, 'te The-youn- y . first-clas- . . . sor to Trilby. - this-week- fet'-lonfr- The Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc will continue and will relate the story of the lail-u- re and martyrdom of the Maid of Orleans. O.ther important fiction ol be a novelette by Mark the year-wil- l Twain, under the title, Tom Sawyer, Detective; n humorous three part tale called Two Mormous from Muddlety, by Langdon Elwyn Mitchell; and short stories by Octave Thanet, Rich-ai- d Harding Davis, MaryE. Wilkins, Julian Ralph, Brander Matthews, Owen Wister, and other well-know- n r i Vi i. 1 writers. Wilson will six papers on george Washington and his times, with illustrations by Howard Pyle. Poultney Blgelow's history of The German Struggle for Liberty, illustrated by R. Caton.Woodvillc, will be continued through the winter. Two papers on St, Clair's defreat and Mad Anthony Wayne's victory, by Theodore Roosevelt, with graphic illustrations will '. be printed during the year. . A noteworthy feature of the Magazine durjng 1S96 will be a series of articles by Caspar W. Whitney, describing his trip of 2600 miles on Prof. Woodrow cop-tribu- te . i? t( - ... te -- . -- w1 1 - . snow-shoe- s sugar-coating- communicated, druggist Jor Ayer's Almanac, ouk . trains and with into the unexplored Barren Grounds of British North America in pursuit and musk-oxeof wood-bisMr.. Whitney's jvill have the added interest of being, illustrated from photos ' graphs taken by himself.- dog-sledg- e on V j ust .1 .. ..'' We can save you money on Underwear A Regular We can save you money on Ulsters. We can save you money on Overcoats. Stevens & Rial's. We can save you money on Suits. Early Monday morning a house' which A. P.King was living in, near the mouth of the Liverniore road, was The house beThe opening season makes destroyed by fire. us feel like pushing things longed to Mr. O. L. Bowen. Mr, King' awoke early and had built on a fire antl'had gone ' back to bed, and when he again awoke the house was Three-Bagg- er filled with smoke, and he quickly reOf a bargain in Grocery alized what was the matter,, but the fire was beyond control. About all line is on at of his house hold goods were destroy- A We have stock of winter neces- a large sities. Wouldn't have it if we didfiot buy it cheap; would not buy STEVENS & RIAL it cheap unless we intended to share the savings with our customers. Ktersey Pants Are a specialty with us this year. FAIR BROS. & CO. Hartford, Ky. s 8 ..'.. JL.Jm t import ml notice to llie Vubllc, Commencing' 'Sunday Jan. 12th, thn C. O. $. S. W. R'R. win., make time sev.tra;changesiinthe'.ninnlng of its trains. chance of loss. ' on Tonccommodate the numerous paNewspapers are not to copy this ad.-trons ot the2 line residing, between, vertisement without the express orLo usvjije and Central City, we have 16:19; der of Hatpet & Brotheis. "Matt. Messrs. C. L.. Field', ' "Rowan Ifdl; put iu opperation ati 'accommodation harper's periodicals, broo'k, G'. B. Likens ond,L. L. Stew- -, train to run every- - day In the' week are. Harper's' Magazine one year .'$400 Included, leaving Central art have formed" a stock company ud Harper's Weekly one year . . 4 ob have purchased- the plant of the Chi- Citv at s a. m. and arriving nt Louis-vili- e Harper's' Bazar one year 4 00, cago Coal and Coke Co., at Island, 9:40 a m. making all intermedAn Ohio t'ounlj' Jinn Harper's. Round Table one year 2 00 and will operate same. The Compa- iate stops. Returning,.,' toi leave The OwensboioMessengerJnspeak-- . Postage Free-tall subscribers in the ed. in; .arriving' a,t Cen- ing ofthe y. . ny will be known as the Field Coal Louisville at f that city United States, Canada, and Mexico. services of Rev. Jo. Company. The ordination has the following to say: It is said the Company tral : Address Harper & Brothers B. Rogers have been conducted at the will likely put in a telephone; line ''The educational work Is'proying P. O. Box 959, N. V.Clty.This strikes lor increased Baptist Church this week. Dr. J, S. from this place to Island via Center- - passengers to visit! Louisville and re t successful.. The classes are full businessis made with a de Coleman was appointed to conduct The folly of prejudice is frequently' increases with each meeting. turn'toi their. homes. the 6amfr day: 'town aud Point Pleasant.' termination that' teally t: the examination and Mr. G. T. Tins-le- y It IS'J'hbp'eiutbat sufficient' 'b'usl'ness A room has been fitted up on the sec shown by people who prefer to puffer' The yound ladies of the Hypatians wiit,deyelope Jor this train to make It ond floor or thjs wprk and Prof. JAW. for years rather than try an advertls-- , was elected Secretary. Bro. Rog Knocks out Society have rnride extensive preparaers passed a very creditable examinaCompetition a paying inyestment'lor the company. . Lytle is instructor in penmanship,' ed remedy,. Themlllious who have preached the tions for an entertainment The- no such notions, take Ayer's Sarsa- -' and arithmetic. For full particulars call 6ft bur. And secures your perma- tion. Rev. J. T. Barrow ' A large at the Court House. Mrs. J. E. Pen- nearest ticket agent or address. closing sermon last night, and are' nent trade in the classes in penmanship and arithmetic, parilla lor number ot ministers and laymen were dleton and Mrs. J. S: 'Glennh'ave'ass S.'G. Hatch, G..P. A. meet every Monday and Thursday cured So much for common sense Grocery L in attendance during the entire serv- sisted the yound ladies Jin preparing . Louisville, Ky.",., nights and the class;' 1 thi;i.work. The proceeds will go for Line. ices. LoeiisTuesday and Fridays. Other clashes the benefit of the College Library. , Kf.lgiinlloii. Annknpwhexcll.ange pays this in (he various, .branches- - will be orTickets on sale nt Z. Wayne Griffin. ' HautI'ord, Ky., Dec. 31, 1805. a sufficient num-- . tirbtute to.' winter? ''It snows and, ganized as soon-asTo the Board of Directors and. & Bro's drug stores- - 15c, 25c and 35c, The' nose makesall bexlslgnify a. desire to join. blows andsjtingsypui; Everybody who'can, should attend. s of the Bank ot Hart-lorWe carry a big lineolGroceries and, creation shiver;.lt;ijl't,e's your toes, in- - work is ceftalrlly a commendable one, asjt.'enablesoiie to obtain a 0.od Q'o.f Gentlemen: Owing to the. long Funiture. Carson & Co. The following named persons have creiises'yourj'woes, andreeies Jfttb-distance from ray home to Hartford, 'ifi'mos,t any art, study, or grea Why pay big prices lor groceries, aiver. The frostnlps ReI paid their 'subscription to The 4W.M.St. .; get them at Steven's & Rial's for half 'and my inability to be present and publican since ourlast Issue: Dr.I. and smll,. his aisnial, dreary wjum grade at n normal fee." attend to the duties as President of l firthe money. ter; itlteezes.tpitjbursts. the.pfpej Owehsboro, Ky-- i ,s Htolinlimoritcpi'ct. the Bank, I hereby fender .you my Foster, Hartford; H..E. Brown, tine ;printer. 'So 1ft Press;Mbri6riI,ost:No. 4.GrA. R..: N. Miller, Hardlnsburg; and vexes-soaRev. Edward Drury, of the Catho- .resignation as Piesldentand Director, rol'l-t'J m'ean'tlie takes $5 to $7 WiiBRBAS,- - It has pleased God in Gold Crowns. lic Church, will lecture in the Cnutt to take ellect at the end of my term Mrs. J. A. Wedding,. Poftqn';.Y- - M. her be; Porcelain. 3 the cash lt winter.; n.ow House January 20, 21, 22 and 23 ol office whjch, is the second Monday Johnson, Magan; Q..D. Royal his gOodrjess tQjcatl. from this land of Best set of Crowns better made to 5 ' teeth (no kiudand make upyouy mind tose.t- - labor Mrs. Ilanhah Chamberlain, the Hayneu, Whltesville; A-Everybody invited. no matter bow mnch you pay)' . $8 ' in January uext. Chicks. Beaver Dam; J. M. 'Porter, tle with the printer.'' ' deyoted companion of our comrade, J. Gold fillings $ i up' Yours very truly, ' .f.'';-'-"r.'The residence of Dr. Jo T. Miller r CromwelJ, MLss. Alma Lyons, Hawesof, the Platinum Alloy $i'J C. Lindusy. College C. Chamberlain, 'to the reward H.J. The thru;ten'of Hartford caught fire late Tuesday evening, and ville: A. D. Park.Robt.Maddox.Hart- Therefor be it Extracting, pel tooth . . . . ;". 250'' faithful in heavens The above tesignatlon wasaceepted ford; Miss Isabelle'Morgan, Maxwelif Vpencd Monday with; the Painless extracting with Vitalized but tor the timely, appearance of the RKSoijVED, That we extend to our ' Air 50c InfaeVthe school is prospects. "bucket biigade" would have been and the the thanks ol the Stockholders W. A. Carson, Beda; Mrs, Ijaggle comrade our sincere condolence dur- , Extracting free when Artificial ' small dam- and Directors were tendered the retir- Simmons', Drakesboro; A. Williams, more liberally patronized thari ait any. ing destroyed, There was a this great shadow oi his life and Teeth are ordered. Office permanenting President for his faithful and val' age to the roof. period since Itsestablishmentin j88o. ttust that the grace of Him who long ly located. W.. J. Jones. Pleasant Ridge. uable services during hfs term of offiA Urge numbe of new s'tudents have comforted his companion be sufficient While nttending court last week ce, nnd this resolution was prdered When the children drink bad water Hood's. Sarsaparilla, taken at this arived rrorfl,"difiereht" parfs 'ofthe Esq. B. P. Graves, oi Buford, had a pubjlshed iu the .newspaper , and season, will make you feeistrong and coihtry, The: excellent work one for him, ' We seldom find one with and eat too much green fruit, or have such, a willing hand .as she possessed", the stomachache or diarrhoea 'from At ppread upon the records ol the Bank.'' Vigorous, and' keep you Irom sicTcness fine horse stolen from his stable. in Ait school Insures, satisfaction ananas for. the .soldier her respects any cause, you needn't be alarmed last accounts nothing had been heard tr all. " About fffty students weie later on. . , about them. If you will get a 25c or John J. McIIrnry, Sec'y. Were great, as werfc seen manifested , of its whernbouts nor any clew to who' i ,i 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's AntUFlux ' from abroad whose names I. On Decoration day. Alas! all Is over, they will be at play In half hour after ' the thief was, Tlio New Itnjlrond jo.ifur rmroii. ' ' ' will oppe'ar next week? '' 'The Louisville iost sa,ys: Mr. A-The time of year haviug- a'rrlved. , but beyond the sun tints radiant glow the first dose. '.. Wayne Griffin & t--t .'' " The wedding which was predicted Bro. she'is'reaplng Coward. Casey will .resume work on his A I ., whenbusiness men square accounts' lire. f " in our last issue happened on time' id Ohio county' Ina lew days. we desire that our subscribeis see to ; The Breckinridge hews- siiys:' A - g,0 "Render, )Com w Tuesday in the same way as we said He is determined to connect Hartford squaring theirwlt us a,so, Dy exs prblic. meeting was.Beld at Fordsville J, A, Bknnktt, R.I.PANS The contracting parties wiih the outside world by rail, and amlng date on your paper it can.be or day last ' week' In the interest of. it would were Mr. Jas. Lyons, ol Hawesville, ewfb'uuty to be established there. SPALDING'S he is in a fair way to accomplish his ascertained how nlucli Is due us. a ; and Miss Lulu Curson.this city, An difficult undertaking. persons weie present ATJHLETICFIGURES those Jtidebted to us areearnestly so- O ly half-dozm, t. elegant reception was tendered them REQULATE THE wMch vquld seem to indicate that the" , iSwwm'r of 'twenty yra.in Bminei. licited to come to the Republican Van Cun llrlleve at the home of the groom when they . STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS .' and settle at earliest con zenience, .thing was.a failure. A COMPLETE SET, consisting of .The testimonials published in behalf reached there. Misses Ada and Lena AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. Bear this In mind andnct accordingly. five lifelike figures Base Ball Player,, Carson were in attendance at the re- of Hood s. Sarsaqarilla. They arc niPANS TAllULE .r.lk. VmI MMt- S5Kniorlcaji Stodm Launclr Golf Player, Tennis Foot Ball Player. kn.wa f.r I41MUo, U1U.u.m ' written j3y:Iiotielif. people, vvhp ljave WA. ception. ifai.ji t ji I'll Cntlmtui'. lle.4ck.,t'...U..U, .Player pnd Bicycle Rider, will be sent actually found infhei'rown experience l.l.T.outllcllUAlAU.ll.dC.Ml.ll. Holbrook's staI will be at Fleld& PltlNCETON,' Ky'., . Uj.taUrr. Uff.aUr Mr.tk, h4 all t to any address upon receipt of iocts., Mr. T, S, Marks has begun putting that'.Hdod's Sarsaparllla piirifics the ble in Hartford the first Monday In rJ. fTlIk. SkwaMk, Llt.r u4 ll.U. IUIMUU P'oeshie, finest, work bf any to pacharges. up tobacco In the large factory at this bloodf-crea'tean oppqtjte,' strength- tannti ninnlli tftitll f AU fllA till- - firlfc th. IUQ.t d. 'fbq '. These figures hre absolutely perfect .Jaundry-- . in - Kentucky He has purchased a large ens the systetn ', and ' absolutely, and place, 1T10stand-i'n- g flay ol Circuit (iour.t I castrate Goods beautifully colored, and mpunted, ami "work is all guaranteed, throucb neu.( dfuiK.UV vj tumu, quantity ol the weed, and is receiv- permanentlycurcs all diseases caused yl.l, 10 C.DU. Ad.li and tie the artery with Surgeons are not torn up, bufare rcturn- - arranged to stand. upright, and are an THE HIPAN8 CHEMICAL This is an enterprise by impure or deficient blood. ing it daily. 19 SPliUCB STRMST, KIW VOUC ' cit-ewhich is absorbed MMIB ''i 0). inAgppd OQdltlon. excellent spuvenir of pur if, years as which Hnrtfotd has needed for a long Kl and bow- - i days. The only Hafe plan. Hoods Pills lor the liver, Laundry Shippod ori M6n leaders, of the athlttie supply world. , Buoklon'sArnioaSalva. time and our people are to be congratRldgellngs carefully operated on, easily and effecSuitablo for club, reading room, office day, roturnxsd on Friday. ulated on securing such a man as Mr, els, act promptly, Tub Best Sai,vr In the world for Terms reasonable and satisfactions, lor home. Marks for the bustnes, He has had a tive. Sa'veVour woVW'for me, , , Cuts, Bruises', Sores, Ulcers, Salt , "L. V. Barnard, guaranteed, A. 0, SPALDING & BROS,, Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-pe- d number of years experience In the Who tiM'loatit )ol'd tfktrhr Beaver Dam. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all New York, Chicago, Philadelphia. This alone gives tobacco business. Ii yqu have, ahd will" pay for Ihb Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cured . Agt. Hartford a good trade, which hereto- notice, and send description of same J ity'ifrrQiiu, Kt, The use of Hall's IJalr Renewer required. It Is guarTests: Piles, or no payperfect satisfaculon or The World's fore has gone to other markets. with chain, guard and charms attachpromotes the growth of the hair, and anteed to give no baking powder Iraotey jeluudtd. Price 25 centsjper thawed Here's hoping that he may be suc- ed to the Sheriff ol Ohio county you restores'its' natu'rel color and beauty, Child ran Cry for go pure or so great In leav box. I'UK. HAWi ux wiiiiann cessful, and make a much larger pur- may get information leading o Its re- frees th"e scalp of dandruff, tetter, and kf Bell. tiling power as the Royst. covery. chase than he has already made. all impurities, Sure HitI by ihe resignation of Prot. F.Ptum,. who will go into the banking business Prof. Ctowe fs one of at Sacramento. Ohio county's foremost' teachers, and wfe besp'eaVfor 'the people of Fordss schopJ ville a' first-clas- . At the Methodist Church next Sunday, at;ll,a. In.'the pastor, Re v. J. S. Chan dler, will heaven. preach a sermon the keys of the kingdom of cordially All invited to attend. . M.-CAi-o. The Volumns of the Magazine be gin with the Numbers for June and December bf each year. When, nq time is mentioned, subscriptions wilt begin with the Number current at the time' of receipt of order. ,' Remittance should be made by Post-offiMoney Order pr Dralt, to avoid T r:H w 1 n mm ttf'Jtu l ' 'i I " !l - ... le - , ' "AM ht - book-keepin- blood-disease- book-keepin- g Stock-holder- d. ville Dental - " i II n ''' S all.'-'to't- ma ' Bqav-erDamj- R r we :oiU-.-it- Fords-vllie:"01- v - . most-flatterin- g K .o' -j J, . iise :' 1 1 , - r. ' ABULES of-,fi- ii 1 ' . s .'l., -J ut. '' ?"J . . 25-i- Karyin Bradpn, - Fair Pitcher's Cattorla. rr'TVs,-i- rift iti V" jJfcimS t i.iAw ''- - 'cflEsoiandhicatitf' I WWBPWilWii ImiMiiii 1T ..Xfja'" l'l,', .i - - - "'"55? 4 'u ,. B- - wHfr n&S?.. j jaBStSSX 'L ,(Jn-- ; tiMk,h -l- i '' 1'npfliyw i prT' ' "?- - V .'--- j ' v T mr,mfmi ' i mitm t-' ..In. - Vl ii J I 2 Js in Vfc T2L VJ F A Pointer ler rreaeher. Preachers now and then are called upon to administer stinging' rebukes to occupants ol pews. We hear of a minister who was annoyed by people jiggling, talking and generally disturbing the services, lie paused, looked at the disturbers and said: "I Am always afraid to reprove those who misbehave in church for this reason. "Some years ago as I was preaching, a young, man who sat before me was constantly talking, laughing and making uncout'a grimaces. I paused and administered a severe rebuke. After the services a gentleman came to me and said: 'Sir, you have made a great mistake, that young man is an idiot.' Since then I have always been afraid to reprove those who misbehave lest I shbuld repeat that mistake and reprove another idiot." Good order prevailed during the rest of the ser- What is t ' S. ILfV - Z5 Alf awee8Bttroooeao9a9coooi3co800oworj duos aamw . sTi-af"- nem Feopie. Won't Take This a--a " x m I atHaVKaTSr1) I I ESwr I7(S 5V-- 1 oap-TheyW- ant CLAIKETTE 79 UAT CaatoriA is Dr. Samuel MAP OP 800THEKN APMCA. BnOWtXO TIIK TIIAXSVAAX. ItKTUBUO vice. SOUTH TAirr'i ronosa mron'oR. jamrsok WITXBS WIS BMTlilt mt dkticat at in ATMCA't COV- - t 'i m i Bairns or Mas. LIKE DARIUS GIIEEN. Thrllllnn; A VALUABLE DOCUMENT. Now Light on tho Voneeuslan Boundary Dispute). Clearly Show That England Had Wo Idea f Claiming UUsated Territory Coin fichomborgk Olaeovered tha Great Wealth of tha Begtoa. Advonturo of a Lithuanian and Hla Flying Moobln. Frightened, Excited Villagers Think II Un Vampire (ram Internal Region and Urine Him and Ilia Maehlna to Grief with a Hide Ball. Jn a different way from Darius Green. Under the pretcuso of being1 ill, Jan has heM aloof from his fellow countrymen and devoted months of time and abor to his intention, which he jealously guarded in the attic of bis home. One Saturday night he decided to test the maohlne. lie gathered his apparatus together and by traversing alleys In order nof to attract attention succeeded In reaching a huge culm bank which towers above the village. 1'rom the dirt bank the inventor was to jump and fly away. But several g of the villagers saw the form outlined against tho sky and moving along tho top of tho culm pile like a huge vampire. The report spread that a devil or some terrible monster was threatening ine village, crowd rapidly gathered and soon became an excited mob. Several shots were, flred at Jan. The Inventor, realizing his danger, leaped from his position and flapped his wings. There were whirring sounds of wheels and the machine floated over the heads of the now thoroughly-frightened mob below, one of whom aimed a rifle at the supposed monster and flred. Tho shot plainly took effect, for the machine collapsed, and, falling rapidly, struck the ground with much force. The villagers were afraid to approach the grewsome object, but the more bold gradually drew near. They heard .moans coming from the wreak of the machine and presently they were) amazed to see Jan, badly bmlscd, encircled in a network of steel wires and canvas. He was taken from the wreck and then he explained the affair to his startled friends. He was badly bruised, but not seriously hurt. Jan says that it the rifle ball had not smashed one of the main levers he would have been able to demonstrate the power of hla machine to move In any direction, ascend or descend and to fly against opposing currents of air. urifre-quentqueer-lookin- few days the state deIn the Jan Ilolodnock, a poor Lithuanian partment lost made a discovery of conhas living1 at Cranberry, a mining hamlet Importance to tho Venezuelan near Ilazelton, Fa., thinks he has In- - . siderable dispute, which throws new boundary Tented a fljlnc-- machine that will fly. documentary light on the British condie tried It ono night and came to grief tention of ownerahlpwcatof theBchom-burg- k a rapidly-revolvin- g' FLEET OF STEEL CANAL BOATS. Ordered Batlt bjr the Cleveland Steel Canal Dost Company Their Advantages. The Cleveland Steel Canalboat company has awarded to Lewis Nixon, of Elizabeth, N. J., the contract to build in steel boats, having a total length of a quarter of a mile. This Is the first fleet of boats of this kind ordered. It marks a new era In cheaper and safer transportation to the seaboard. Each boat will be 100 feet long, 18 feet beam and 12 feet depth of hold. Each will be strong enough to carry freight on the Jakes, where tho storms are often as severe as on the sea, Tho fleet will carry 3,000 tons of cargo. It has storage capacity of 100,000 bushels of wheat. With an unbroken transit direct to the eastern mills, or delivered alongside foreign-goinsteamships at their wharves In Now York, it Is expected that on appreciable lessening of cost will be obtained. The boats ore to be built at the Crescent shipyard and are. to be completed by May 1, 1808. g 'V FULL OF MINNOW3. Santa Fa Engineer OUearers Why 111 Drakes Refuse to Work Properly. Byron Ohent, a Santa Fe engineer who pulls a train In the Kaw valley between Topeka and Kansas City, Kan., tells a remarkable log story. He nays while running1 In a dense fop one morning recently he observed that the air supply was not sufficient to handle tho train, although the pump was working perfectly. He stopped the train, and niter examining the various appliances of the pump nnd finding that none were dlsubled be removed the covering from the and wan astonished to flndlrrthe bottom.clogging the passage to the train, several hundred tiny which had been pumped In. Ghent says that Is a common occtii rence in the winter fogs, as the small fishes are so ll?ht they easily support themselreei in the dense atmosphere. WA8 nlr-drumln-sow- s, IMMENSE OOLD NUOQET FOUND Cemee from North CaroUna and Weigh Nearly Thirty-Tw- o rounds. Not a little excitement was aroused in Salisbury, N. C, the other day by the announcement of the finding at Kl Dorado, Montgomery county, of a large gold nugget thlrty-on- o weighing pounds and seven ounces avolrdupr.ls nnd worth SO.OOO or 10,000. A similar excitement was created lost summer, when a number of large nuggets were unearthed, two at Crawford, Stanley county, being 10', nnd C'A pounds respectively. This last find is one of the largest known, and will put hundreds to work looking for the pockets and placers that ex.lst in this section, covering an area of several counties. Sea Water for londoo. proposed to supply London with sea water for bathing by pumping the water from the channel, near Brighton, and conveying It to a great reserv olr on Epsom Downs, from which it would flow downhill to London. An Aatomatle Cariosity. A watch-cuttinmachine Is quite an automatio curiosity. It cuts 10,000,-00- 0 matches a day, and then arranges them over a vat, where the heads are put on a surprising rate of speed, It U g Tha Hornpipe, The dance designated "hornpipe" drr ;rivea Its name from a rustle musical known and thus called lu JYsIcs. Kver person, big, little, old or scientific explorations had dis- young, black or white, rich or poor, closed the great wealth of the region, who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine" A complete line ol Beb Kooni, Kitchen, l'.itlut Office, Dmlnn Koom and that she then determined to make Tar Honey pronounces it the besl Wc'can sell and School I'urniUue with Prices lower tlnn ever btlote claims, trusting that part cough and lung remedy on exorbitant you a bed room set .or $10 50, or .1 .siiltbontit lor 'lit 'nine price which will them nt least would stick. It is also It's true, too. so we guarantee. earth of llic-c- , however, are just make ou leel good every tunc ou look m it their opinion that the dooument nulliZ. Wayne Griffin & Bro. fies a large part of Salisbury's reply samples ol our uncqunled barg.11us.of which we have mi immense house full. to Olney by showing that the English The finest line of parlor r.uitP. Floor nnd swirling Rackets, Desks nnd We Are Unawa, POUND CAN. premier has not been entirely disinONLY COURT IOU An author is kmwu by his writing, anil l.ini'.RAI. TREATBook cases ever in Owrnsboro genuous in his relation of matters of For sale by Stevens & Rial, Hartford, Ky. MENT. FAIR and HONIiST Dealitig, S1YMSII nnd Well Made Goods. fact. Lord Salisbury in undertaking a mother by her daughter, a fool by The VERY LOWEST Prices. to correct Mr. Olney'a statement that his words, and all men by their comof jthe dispute began at least as early m panions. The force of example Is 1 H614, wnleh he says is founded on misconception, declares that the dispute great. Evil communications corrupt on the subject of the frontier did not gsod manner. Ill qualities are as in fact commence until after the year j catching as disease. Associate with 1640, and he then proceeds to narrate mean peoole and it won't be lonjr unthe true circumstances connected with Will be Announced 111 XrzT the marking of what is called tha til you think all life is mean. Ao- ciate with those who are better than Schomburgk line. The document con- you are and know more, and our sists of a letter from Viscount Lereson stock of vhtue and knowledge csns (afterwards Earl Granville), British under secretary of state for foreign af- not help but be increased. Owing to fairs, to Sir James Stephen, permanent the shortness of life, it does not pay Ol Novombsr4, 1896. under secretary for the colonies, writ- to spend much time in a missionary n, ten under instructions from Lord Public interest will steadily increase, ami the disappointment ol tho way, with those from whom you can- secretary of foreign affairs, for men whose votes turner tho scales at tho last election, with the reitultd under the guidance of Lord John Russell, sec- not extract any good thing. A bird the administration they olected, will make tho campaign the most extenselr retary for war and colonies. This im- of beautiful wings or sweet song portant letter shows exactly what went would soon lose its influence, if it ezcitiog in the luitnry ot the country on Inside the British cabinet at ttw associated with a buzzard. A flower time. It will be remembered that Schomburgk hod been sent out by ths would soon become a thing of il it allowed a continuous assoc. The leading Republican family newspaper ntihe United States, will publish Royal Geographical society in 1835, all the political news ot the day, interesting to every American citizen rewith funds supplied by the government, iatlon with noxious weeds Ex gardless ot party affiliations., to explore tbe Orinoco river, and that Ahogeueral news in attractive form, foreign correspondenc covering on his return to England In 1839, and ill. riles! rile: Itching rile. i Svuptoms Moisture; intense itch-in- tha news of the world, an agricultural department second tn none in the apparently as a result of his familiarity with the resources of that country, tha and htinr;ln;;niost at night;wore sountry, market reports which are recognized authority, faAciuming short government choso him oa the most by scratching. II allowed to continue stories, complete in each number, the cream of tho humorous papns. forcu J available person to select the richest tutnbrs form, which oltcn bleed and and domestic, with their best comic pictures, lanhioa plates and elaborate deterritory In Guiana, which would nat- ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's scriptions of women's attire, with a varied and attractive department ot urally constitute England's share hi Ointment stopstheitching and bleed- hoehold.'interet. The "New York Weekly Tribune" is an ideal family any subsequent division. The note is ing, hcils ulceration, and in most paper, with a circulation larger than that of any other weekly pablicatimi id )"' as follows! cascBtetnoves the tumors. At drag-gistthe country icsued from the office of a daily. Largo cliHiiirex are being "Foreign Ofllee. IS March, ISM. or by mail, for jo cents, Dr made in its details, tending to give it greater lifo and variety, ami epeci tl v n "Sir: I am directed by Viscount Swayt e& Son, Philadelphia. to acknowledge the receipt of people nt the litmelmld more intereii to Ihe women and your letter of the Ith Inst., enclosing copies A SPECIAL CONTKACrTeimhHiiN t IW fin - . di. j and extracts of dispatches and their en1 .EUEPUBLICAV lor closures from Mr. Light, governor ef Tlrlttsh Guiana, relative to tha expediency, of an arrangement being made with tha Dratlllan, Venesuelanand NetherUad governments, by which the boundaries of Itrltlsh Qulnna may be accurately denned., "With reference to that part af your letter In which you state that Lord (The regular subicription price ot the two papers is S2.25) s eeulaed aad all Pat- considers It to be Important that 3CeTcits,aad tfcsiiea conducted fee Heeteiri fna. Subscriptions may begin at any time. the boundaries of British (Julana should Oua orrici is U, a. riviav omu and agreed upon. If possibe asrertalned Address all orders to the aadwecansecare eau&tia ble, and that Mr. Schoraburgk's researches Innate fnin Wuimimi. less suae lhaa those In those parts have qualified him In a peSend rocxitt, drawing or pnoti., with descrte-tioWe adriie, II pattauble ef aot, Irea culiar manner to be ot uae, should tha ONctanje. Onr fee sot doe nil patcst la second. d of any person acquainted wtOi service 1 a UBiJtv " HOW IS OklAla PatMM will as-y- . the geography ot British Qulaaa be Icat el saae.la tee U. S. aid (ortixa cesatrUs Small Investments. for fixing the boundaries of the Writyour name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. VY. Bes British territory, I am to state to you that test tree. Address, Returning prosperity will mnko ninny rich, but no where enn they make n the course of proceeding which Lord Room a, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of THE would suggest for the considerain Giaiu, i'ruvir- so much within a short tuuo as by successful Speculation NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you tion of Lord John Russell la that a raao of 4 vrr. tatimt omcr. WAtHlHttTOH. D. C. ion and Stock British Guiana should be mod out accord, lng to the boundaries described by FOR EACH DOLLAR Invested can bomadoby our that tha said map should be accompanied by a memoir, descrlMng In deeedintlCs Aatiritta Systematic Plan of Speculation GLOBE-DEMOCR- AT tail the natural features which define and Asiaey I constitute the boundaries In question and by us. All successful speculators operate on a regular system, originated 'that copies af that map end memoir should be delivered to the governments of VeneIt is u well known tact tlmt tlarc are thmi'niuis of men in nil parts nf tW Great-- " zuela, of Droxll and of the Netherlands, ss United States who, by systematic truilitiK through Chicngo brokers, make ft statement of the, British claim. That In largo amounts o? cry year, ranging from u tew thnusiml (IoIIhth for the marl tho meanwhile British eommlaaiooeta should be sent to erect land marks on tha who invests a hundred or two hundred tlollnrs up to 850,0(10 to $100,000 or J"iSBaa! aVHPBground. In order to mark out by permanent I ssmJasssV eSVWSTSL. lew thousand more by thoeo who invest eroctlons the line of boundary so olalmed oaarSL by Great Britain. It would then rest with BKaiQM FATaSTTot, It is also a fact tliHt.tluito who make the largest profits from cimpsrit- -' Reduced Subscription Rates, by Mail, Postage Prepaid. each or tho three governments above mencoaveuiur ively small investments mi lliii plan arc pewitis who live uwuv trout Chicago tioned to make any objection which they Tor Inf cmaaUVia and free Hind book nrt te la Daily and Sunday One Year, $6.oo; Six Months, $3 00. XUXN ft CO, at Baouwiv. Daw Toac and invests through brokers who thorough!) iimleiHtnnd HjMeniniie trading. might havo to bring forward against tbea Saturday Edition, 16 pages One Year, $1.50. Otdttt bureau lot eeeerUis petonte U anerlea. boundaries and to state tha reasons upea uur plan does not riK mo wnnin iiiiixiini invixifii on any trade, but KTerr MUM Utn nlbruli tareadit baton Sunday Edition. 18 to 40 paces One Year, $2 00. which such objections might b founded tee pablto by a notloe it ran free Uekars Ul IM and her majesty's government would then WEEKLY, Issued in Semi Weekly Sections, 8 pages each Tuesday and Fri- covers both sides, so that whether the inurLct c or fill 1' I'riiigx steady give suoh answers thereto as might appear nrofittliat nilen ui Piiornniii. 111 it short limn day, 16 pages every week, one year $1 00; Six months, 50c proper and Just. WRITE FOlt CON VI N' IMS I'KOOIS ul our Mutual on wwn-til- l "Lord Palmerston further considers that larteH elrruUtlea ef ear erleaUSe Mw la & is usually conceded to be the best of American TKE world, aplondlillr Ultutreted. speculation and our D.ti y .Mirkt-- t llcpori, nil ot mom omkiiig pointers It would be espedlent that the Braxlnan Ho laututeal aa ahoold be without it vi'eotlr, as.iiia newspapers, and at these reduced rates it is also the cheapest. detachment should be required to withOur Mnnual expliinm nmrnin irHiluu, Hill). Highest ret, ALL FREE. reuttuaalsmontaa. addma, jirJX'r a draw from Plrara and that the officer ' J pays for and prints more news than any other crencesin regurd to our siiiiidiiuiaiid iiieceH. THE 3SI Sroadway, Kaw Tort City, In command should be Informed that any paper in the United States. It will be indispensable during the com claim which Btar.ll may Imagine Itself te 62 G 1110 For further information acMren Jug great National campaign, and the low price places it within reach have to that village should be stated by Sflgmorlcan Stoam Laundrf? THOMAS & CO , Banker and Brokers, the Brazilian government to that of Orcat of all. Britain. In order (hat It may be discussed s everywhere at a cents is sold by THE 241 242 Rialto .mllding, CluoaRO, 111. and settled between the two governments. Princeton, Ky., for the Daily and 5 cents for the Sunday issues. Delivered to regular (Burned) I have, etc. LsrasOM. "To James Stephen. Esq " Docs the finest work of any subscribers, Daily and Sunday, 15 cents a week, ooceuts a month. If In reference to tha last paragraph, Louisville, your local dealer does not handle it, insist upon him procuring it tor touis &, Texas Wailw iy Cunpany. laundry in Kentucky, The it may be stated that Brazil did withyou.orsend your subscription with remittance direct to the publishers. Westbound trains These trams rurt dally work is all guaranteed. Goods lint hound trrtifis,' draw from Plrara, and that the southI re nut torn up, but are returnNo 52 I No m STATIONS T, No. 53. No 54 ern boundary of British Ouiana has esTPvticular attention is called to the WEEKLY ed iu good condition. vr issued In 'Semi-Weesection, eight pages every Tuesday and Friday, 6 30 p iu 7 45 a in i). 11 iu 8 rs n m Lv. U Depot, Loiiisv) t. now advanced over 100 miles beyond tnaklnglt practically large . . . Kenliickj Sttut . Pjper lor only one DOLLAR a 800 is 4$ that point. 75 Laundry Shippod on Mon- year. This issue justafills the bill for the busy man, who has not the time 6 45 , . West Point . . . 2 05 840 7 JO 7 10 UUled by Brass Door Key. day, roturnod on , 8 43 Jlowntd 12 02 Unread a daily paper, and yet desires to keep promptly aud thoroughly 707 T3 Daniel Haggart, a resident of Paw Mated. It troea to everv State almost to everv Post-offiiu the Union 3 .s.s 11 52 Willnwd.de 6.o . . 7 3 KivSave your work for me. Paw, Mich., died recently from cause find KocL Havo All America is tts legitimate field. No matter where you live, you will 6 53' 8SH 738 .'M4S . .im.vm mw uww ticis mwutQ MJ ex, . Drnncli 11 37 . Loiik tt invaluable as a newspaper and home Jouranai 19 ot 7 45 9 S 647 ' ' plain. Before his death in a delirium DrHiuk'iilitug 11 aS 6 39 7 55 914 llaggart said he had swallowed o large ,. . . IJ It roil . . 6 24 Haiitfoiid, Ky. 8 04 Agt. 9 23 09 brass door key. The doctors held a . . . IrvitiRtou . . 8 13 9 31 6,16 .(M . ,12 examination, and sure) . .'. . . . . Webstir . 8a8 1051 947 '603 enough a brass key was found in his St Louis, Mo. , , Pure crab cider for sale by F. W. . . ".oil buru . 8 37 i 42 955 5 55 . stomach. The poison produced by cor , , . . Smnple . . . 8 45 10 03 Pirtle, Hartlord, Ky, I" 27 548 as 6m rodlng of the key caused death. , . . . Steplunspoit IOI8 SSlHaAiil.t7S 858 , Hunter Uo Not Baal. . , Addi.-oi-i IflMl li,liai wrlMrf. ft 10 23 13 9 02 531 aMMSaww4.VM4Miit& When your child is eating an ap Two hunters of Boise, Idaho, had 4uLm at iMaur u Holt to 25 Wloy 10 5 39 9 05 huiu. 4 iiw turn pel or a plecceof bread put one of Dr. Virin, rUM sorrowful experfenoo recently, They . . . . Clover poll ' 57 5 17 . 9 18 1039 ok GIVES IKLIRV. Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if spent half a day loading shells, beins; Shops 1042 5 14 : 922 rem. nBk wmh. wi HUt 9 33 l there is any constipation" here it will BBK dissatisfied with thoeo on sale, and ttX . . . aMtrel mlt. B Sliiltui'li 10 53 tun M4W4kwiltl.UlM. next morning drovo K miles to tfct pass off just as easy. All dealers sell e . , Rawest lf.M.k.a A1M.B.HM. QaU. '' 5 M 5i m&W ru,wirul4 OUaturilr. 9 5 at a ,c a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin hunting ground On arrlvrnff therfl them . . Petrie 'Anyone finding a bracelet with the r. r. bumjussii U 3 iF2S?AtJ,4-- 6 . 9 r . is, they discovered that they had left all &Bro. Kilcon II 18 958 word "Laura' woven on it, wll their ammunition at homo In Boise, Tor nal. , . . . Lewjsport 1128 Il One schoiHti.hip in the Lexington 1008 please leave same at this office. , . . . . Wnittuatt . 10 15 Arts you going to rsad The IU. was lost during Fair week, 1135 A IHbl Instltat for Baa Fraactseet 9YiMliV4 5 tf Call at Uiis office 10 35 nuinesa 'ollece. Powers 8sofflB4 16 A Bible Inotltule, planned after tbs 1145 .. runucix this ysarf for particu 'tra. It will pay you. tf 1038 . , . . Pates .W&17Sfimu.oc II Treat undertaking of Dwight L. Moody m t ii w Cutm all flaJn lsfss." Haw at Cblrngo, is to be established la Ban 1207 pm . . . . Owensboro Whenever a druggist tells you he 11 OO Simply apply "Swayne's . Mnttitigly . 12 19 Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years Fraucleco under tha surorintondii-e- y No lnternatmediclne requir has something justasgoodforcoughs, . . Griffith . , ot Miss Mendor Berry, supported by old, living at 618 Monroe street, Pa- 1224 05 tetter, cctema, itch, at grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarllons II 08 ta d. Cures Vm tl.lfl- - ai . Stanley 12 28 the ministers of alt the leaning evsn ilnnal LT face, nose, &c.,leav ey don't you believe it, for we guar" II niptions on the . , . Wor,thuigtou gellcat churches. Tar Ilonev is la 35 'i 15 white and healthy ante that is is not true. We make it 23 Reads cough, lung and 'br eBVhlfri,LSa. i"f 7 53 1243 3 S3 Cheap ,0ir Vlaab. powers the genuine and authorize all drug- It IU great healing and curative Spottsville 7 43 3 16 "51 norses sold at auction In Chllllcotba, that has been offered to the remedy. gists to guarantee it. The Jt. 1$. II 31 art possessed by no other , liasketts . , , 58 7 36 durinir her life. Guaranteed 1138 1 10 If Mo, a few dtys ago at three dollars IV Co., Faducab, Ky. Ask your druggist lor Swayhk's Sutherland . . Lv, 7 20 a 111 3 55 p m . . i I5PU1 . syne priffltt & Bro. pi;o0, For sale by Z.Wayne Griffin &Bro II 55 Bobom-burgk- to agree to arbitration east of that line. In the opinion of those officials who are engaged in studying the various phases of the controversy, this official document demonstrates that England had no idea of claiming a 's large part of Venezuela until line and Lord Salisbury's refusal If ra. llninpliry Ward-l- tr Jawait. The late Dr. Jovvett is repotted to have once said to Mrs. Humphry Ward: "We shall come in the future to teach almost entirely by biography. We shall begin with the Hie that is most familiar to us, 'The life of Christ,' and we shall more and more put before our children the great examples of persons' lives so that they shall have from the beginning heroes and friends in their thoughts." y The editors of this magazine agree with Or. Jowett. It bat been, for a long time, their great desire to publish iu these pages a "LlleofChrirt" which shall be to quote Mr. Hall Caine's words in the December MoClure's, "as vivid ai.d as personal from the standpoint of be lief as Renan's was from the stands point of unbelief " thrr-oughl- for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, nnd Castor OH. It Is PleasAnt. IU truarantco is thirty years' uso by BlUlloan of Mothers. Cnstoria destroys "Worms nnd nllays feTorishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea nnd Wind Colic. Cnstoria relieves tetthlng troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. CastorlA Assimilates tha food, regulates tho stomnch svnd bovrels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Castor! Is th Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. Pitcher's prescription for Infixnls and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphtno nor other Narcotic substance. It is n harmless fmbstltuto i I Everybody ' JsaV r. p. $t7T NVfc. -- krv.1 4 M Soap who ness of it. von will kinds, too. wants Claircttc knows the goodTry it once and refuse all other Sold everywhere. Made only by ST. IAJUIS. i m m"--ssm- YsHSTMipo,,, f THE II, K, FAIRBANK COMPANY, B'iL. i i Or " s CR0CERIES -- issminiMmsestaatusitHeessss V - -- Castoria. lis. O. Castoria. OeaoeD, Lewell, Man. 11. " Caatorlt It to well adapted tochlldren that "Cwterla IjeattnUtnt nrllrlne farcktt-4rta- . Metktra here rtpeetrtljr Ltd nt ef lie I recommend It ai auperler to any preacrlpUon knows to me." teed eAert epoa Ihtir children." C ' A. SE&i VWiS - f nk Aacnsa, , III So. Oxford St M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y, GIVEN An glegani jfrain -- " Catted U tke tint rrated for children ef "Oar phystclana In Ihe cblldren'e vhlca I sat acqualated. I hope the dar U net ment hire spoken highly of their fr dlilent when nothera will cenalder the real Interest ef their children, and uae CettorU Inalead of thevarteaa auack noalranu which ere enVrojioj their loved onea, fey forclor eplam, taorphlne, eeothlnf tjrns and ether hurtful agente down tbctr throela, thereby eeaelar; thera to premature graeee." Da. J. F. Kincnates, Conway, Ark. departexperience In their outilde practice with Caatorla, and although we only have among our medical aeppllca what 1 known as regular product!, yet we are free to confcai that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon It." JMtTtO ltOSriTAL AKO DlirCTlAIT, Boiton, Mass. ili Uphostered- ALtsR C Sunn, Prit. Tha Csntaar Csmsany, TT Murray Strsst, New York City. ami cvcr body Somebody will get this tiiiiRiiificent present l'KI-.who makes a purchase of $$ or over will hive n chnucc to set it, the drawing to be held Jantnry I, 1896, before n coinmittic ol Owens-boro'- s representative citizens, nt the Vahogany fanor gait. LDUISVILLL "Bm.d Is tl Staff of hlfe," MITiE HOUSE a"vrDD. When it Ballard's Obelisk SSSS The Purest, Strongest and Best. eomes to fturnitare we are in me i,eaa. BTaAftttt 25c PER She fJame the fJext PRESIDENT OF THE una LOUISVILLE I'URMTUIJK HOUSE, Oh piisboro. STATES B. S. WOTjF.112 W. Mnin. newly-discovere- d in s. f. ftiM mm, "sSMU Falm-ersto- I II 1 Iff THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, jr W' I s, Palm-ersto- fJwEmfrMfflM ruix ORE I Trale-Mara- oiva UAKTFORD REPUBLICAN, Represented by uaoxst & CO. -- Heaartiorca., Ja)i Palra-ersto- C.A.SNOW&OO. rlDriC9Q) Oehom-burg- k; v i THE ST. 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