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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896013101 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. 't T I rtinii ni tttftmm!- rI CUCISSsmsQ' nil llto time nhout tho great 7o c2seLc' BADY h remedy nnleas It does what we rlnlmt lLWU mothers Uoa't givo their children The Haetfoej) Bepijblicm. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARI? IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. " PROFESSIONAL CARD. '. .'J L OWENS PINK IT SAVES MIXTURE when teethlnr, for tho Dm of It. uod doctors' Mil, unit sleepless night. 2sltes, !H rents and to cents, nt all dm stores. Oct the genuine, look for Frank W. Floyd's signature on overj package. BABIES' LIVES OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. AWYER, VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1896. Jns,N.(lleiin, NO. 27. Latest U. S. Gov't Report lantim vj m btnn titr&lmptil li vino Uclnff tMlrUn Yf SO jMW'eipfrit'i.c. Hotfcffnpcordftt'nUonfnuiibuBiufM. Mttftlarrln. wrlnktm nr fliMilnML Im pmtf gturnl hUU 1 Ami lauunftfl n mplMloii. I'liy tlcUas aiul mclf'tf lrdoro It. 1 bmutnila curwl m CATFOLKS REDUCED fT Bm B Mltta-M- fonfldentUtlr, PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL , with it&rap. Fnr mTi.rtt'MF.ntir.fi,ii.M nn CMlnnDtumiculara J THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T. ft. Qcimckv, Drawer JM, Chicago, Becre- ,,rF r "" 8rA" ACCIDENT CourANV, for Inforroatloa regarding; Accident Injur-JKWsat. Mention this paper. lly o dolnir ou con Mve nemberihlp fee. Hat paid over eOUO.OU UJ lot accidental Injuries. Do your own Agent. (tO UliDICAL, EXAMINATION KliQUllUta A ''VHR! fHHU? qMF tertidning way. Both the serials for 1896 ntcthe women. Mrs. woik of American Gerald, by Maria Louis Pool, is a striking story of New Ungland life. Maty 13. Wilklns, in Jerome, n Poor Man, discusses the always interesting ptoblemsof the relations between labor and capital. Short stories will be wtitten by the Jiest authors. Special Departments. Music, The Outdoor Woman, Personals, What We Are Doing, Women nnd Men, report nnd discuss thems ot immediate LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's Bauar.) J. IS. it. WedillMir, & WEDDING, GLENN Highest of all in Leavening Power. Royal Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE The Able Kdilor. The village wag thought he would have, nomo fun with the young man who had recently token chnrgo of tho county paper. "I say," ho raid, coming into the office excitedly, "there's a man on the street looking for you with a club." Tho young editor looked up pleas- Baking County Dirootory. cntcuiT courrr. Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio comity. JTTflllY JT -- AW A' interest Answers to Correspondents. Questions receive the" personal attention of the editor, nnd arc answered at the earliest practicable date after their re ceipt. .Ji tv ITon. W. T. Owen, Judgi Owens- HAHTroItn, KY. Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court oi Special nttention given Appeals. Office east side of puh'it collections. t w L lioro. Hon. square. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney The Lexington Business College tM UnbUHrUHAltlM 1 A mm ) ITSCJAl 8AM AND JOHN BULL ON THIS CONTINENT. 224.000 Quebeo The aeaertlon haa been made that tho 107,092 of (Treat Jlrltlan upon thla con Saskatchewan tlnent exceed thoao of the United Hloten. Itemalnlns territory. .2,CH),aw CENTItAL, AMKIUCA. The contrary Is true, na Is shown by the Ifollowlna; table of the Ilrlllah poaecsslons Drltlsh Honduras 7,U9 1BLANDS. ion tho western hemisphere, north of tho 41 equator: Bermuda of the" Bazar begin with tile firt Number for January of each year. When no time is mentioned, subscriptions will begin with the Number current at the time of receipt ot older. Remittances should li- - made by Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of toss. Newspapers are not to copv the Pott-office The Volumes - l,(S8,Ut 11,116 without the express of Harper & Brothers. HARPBR'S I'BUIODtCAU or-d- l,t3 C'OOQ HAaalene4 bj tha Hovrrnor ot lb. Com noiaalthan1th.lrelantorthsHtateUllr(t. HECOXSe.lfDKD HI It. ttmr of nccr.ifai ta.lali. wboM tatarl'i escrrfate Iiaadrvde of IhAMMna'e of dallare prr antiam t.tubt nnuu. looU'Ur.Ei'iiu Marl tr Artual oBaal Ceaa I'rarilea from Headto r Hnalnru 1it Nu CopTta- !) la lean practlral ieilfac. aa book anttaiprrl areoontant taneht In IMa Collea., and Upbeat KndorMnarni lu th. bead of tbt. ! yartm.atfan .acourl repurttr;, from tb. autbora of taUrftm PeMttment Tadoeaed If TELKUIt h Train lt.aat irilT her. ant leadlnc rahwar and reraoaDiM. Tb tnlr fteliool In tha aVarld operatloff a complete Itallwar tfr.tem for nt It. etod.nta. lb. I1DIVIUUAL. rKACTlrAL, IXSTItl'C Mo Cloaa nark, TinNlnallileoartnwnti 79.OV0.0O Uuaeiit4 that our L'ollrf' la ai leiirMntU. nr tooner rrfuoilett I'.lrffavnl NKIV ItUilllNU.oariinl.erKt.tl and fnrolilied br u. onjel tb. ryinlrementeof ourfraetlral iy item, of Hear. Klertrlo Llalit. natructlonFeiniWalaitnct ventilation Tho laraet and nioit arfectlr einlril lluatnrao 'oUes.) HnlldlaK ntb.lwaln. llleitrateatatalofu.frea.' Adtlrri. C C CALIlOt'K, I'rloclpal, Lexington, Ky. of hhnrthanil,' THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (C4m.,d,JvilkH Hl4 A. It Cvlt.ee.) Illsheal OIBelal EnorMtnnt,-IPL- O. Magazine one year . $4 00 KOHTH AUCtlCA. C7M 48.0U liahamaa Weekly one year . . 4 00 Area (square miles ) Population. 6,111,511 3,12,2S7 Total Baztr one year 4 00 1"8,000 K.3W United Newfoundland States and 3,G0?,900 IZ.ZK llrt.100 t3.000.00 Alaska Alberta Round Table one year 2 00 M.MS 30.171 Asslnlboln United Utatea exceeds Great Britain by , 10I.KO fC.703 squuro miles. Athahaska Postage Free to nil subscribers in the W,m ::.300 llrltlsn Columbia This excess ot territory equals New n.DMS Manitoba m.U Hampshire, Vermont, Maasachusetta. Con- United States, Canada, and Mexico. 2XiO New Iirunswtck Kl.ro necticut, Ithode Inland. New Jersey, Mary 2UC0O Address Harper & Broiiurs tM.C'.'J Novu Hcotla land, Delaware, West Virginia and half of 2,114.475 K2.U0O Ontario New York state. N, Y. Commercial Ad P. O. Box 950, N. Y. City 2,000 lra.OSS Prince Edward Island. vertlacr. it'.m Harper's Harper's Hntper's Harper's ... Owonaboro. antly. J. W. Black, Jailer Hartford. "Is that so?" ha Inquired. "Wo mako special reductions to clubs. How G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. many subscribers has he got?" B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Whereupon tho wag felt that he had Hartford. barked up the wrong tree. Truth. G. B. Likens, TrusteoJury Fund A Bride's Sad Fate. Hartford. Mrs. Blifkins I'm nfnild lny darter Is awful unhappy with that new husCal. P. Keown. Sheriff Hartford. band of hers. Deputies Samuel ICeown Hartford Mrs. Gab Do tclll Have you heard Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Tlios. R. BO? "No, but I've seen him on the'Street Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, every day since he got married, and Cromwell. he walks along Just as chippy and inCourt convenes first Monday in dependent as ever. Ho doesn't look March and August nnd continues thr.'JQ subdued a bit," N. Y. Weekly. weeks, and third Monday in May and It's pitiful, good people, November two weeks. Who give the votes that win. See-Ha- M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. That when you turn the rascals out You turn the rascals In' Atlanta Constitution. THIS 1'ODrS WO01NO. COUNTY COURT. SPIKIT GOT WEARY. Wolrd Exportonoo of a Studont la n DlflBOOtlutf-HooAlone with a (lhaatly Corpae the Young; Fellow flot frightened at u Little Toe In White lllrd-Ilui- uan a lloa of Candy student flrst-yen- hnd fainted tor "nothing. Sometimes medicos will get n green r student, portray In vivid lan- rrr limnyjtr avahi air wobld'i ro. LVHHUN CXfOMITION to "Amtrlean bi-i- ttt.l lam-.ti- ! Ufii , vR. .NKL.N H. HOUGf tii r iitruMU 4c . rritfi i ttnt'tr viivpttttan at to ttt tttitltrt in n ff r prttcuilftt; tSi Wirt .ion r n t h r Url until . iM tff nf.'ttitfnT, 'iNVn inn' Cit'tDi, enn ul K .i J infoimjtijnfifrt frtc All rotninooi y r.j4,idfrcrt ni fcirlclij mln Itu nee to Mtrtrunurpai.tM MpJ .rtd kbvt-vr I'duto rjpK pf invention, with 1 ' u T ' ' 4,a,,"l, tt vri-if-i(- Tritle i fo.u.i ttl t 'i- M lr,J Zu Blilhrlt'TK rr - patent PJE.V My inn cfthtVitcntOfficc. !! nj For two or three nights lie did not go to the dlskcctlnp room, and when ho began l go ngaln he was tiausunlly nensitlro to the Klightcst noise In tho loom. Just aa his nervousness wns obout worn nway lie lind his second and lees pleasant experience than tho ilraU After he had been at work about an hour It begun to rain, and having neither umbrella nor overcoat he determined to watt until tho luln was oer, K.iyn tlio Chicago Chronicle. Eleven o'clock came and he wanted Ut go, hut tho lain eontiuurd; tho university clock truck 12, and It was stilt ruining in torrents. Sitting on a high stool with his back to the wall and his book propped up ngalnst a sheet covering tlio body upon which he had been at work, tlio medico fr 'mjt lr tVAiii:tarm'.L- I eterr man sad woman In the iTnllsd itataa lntarailed In tbe Oplom and Wbiiky tablu to haea one of roe books on thaae dli vaaai. Addnsia II. M. Toollej, Atlanta, Ua, and ooa will be aant jotl free. Box wit itoriCK. 5, 6--9 i a wsiTii DENTIST. all roarol to ilc At a kindu d Dentxl work Ollico over Food Store. priced W. Ford & Co'a J. r Wo wnnt ono or two GOOD MJjNiu euoli county to tako ordcru foraCllOICJS lloo of NUKSEItY rOTATOES. BTOUK or SEED Wo Stock mid Sefd guaranteed. jivo vou pteHily amployment with GOOD pay. Itwillcost ycu nothing togivoiln triul citato when writ-iuwhicli you prefer totmll. g w was disobeying orders by studying. Hnddenly the whole building seemed to reel, whlio tho window high ubovo tho student's head was shaken and rattled us though, all tho evil spirits lu tho universe were trying to get In. Whether tho medico went under or over tho tables ho was not entirely certain, but when his nervous system began to collect itself ho wns on tho opposite sldo of tho room, behind a tuble with a dead man on it, with his eyes frozen on tliat window beneath which was lilo lamp. The window continued to rattloand shake, while n large shnpcless white object moved rapidly from side to tide, evidently Crying to come through tho glass. In his flight across the roontho student had grasped n large cartllago knife, but he could not summon tho strength to throw it at the window. Finally tho ghost got tired trying to get 'through the window and enmo to rest on tho window sill. It was a, bird that had been nttracted by the light and only a small bird at that. Sqmo peopla will fay that this student was scared because ho was In a dis guage imaginary horrors of the room, and so work on his imagination that he will become very sick or even faint tho first time ho enters a diseecting room. In a miscellaneous eollcction ot SOO or 300 men ono will find a few more or less brutal Instincts; the sumo is too often true of a like number of medical students, and hence the occasional cases of moral obliquity in connection with dissecting rooms; the taking of n portion of n human body from tho room and exhibiting It, On one occasion several years ago a student took one of the toes of a corpse, concealed it In a box of candy nud sent It to a lady. He boasted of tho brutal "Joke," na he termed It, and his fellow students promptly expelled him from college. Tho worst dissecting room in the country Is a drawing Voom Ullcd with o gentlemen ns compared with an room containing n mob of howling, college-yellin- g baboons, who think that mntrlculntlon in a university gives them carte blanche to annoy their betters. Tho person to whom a dissecting room is a more horrible place than a sweat shop, or to whom the operation ot dissecting is more revolting than tho sight ot a living, breathing man wearing tho numbered tag of a greedy corporation, is badly In need of an education. nudl-enc- Hitlers. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps mote gen erally needfd in theSpring, when the languid exhausted leeling prevails, when tlu liver is torpid and luggish nnd the need of tonic nnd alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial Headache, Indigestion, Conpoison stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. Only fifty cents per bottle at Williams & Bells Drug Store. Krporl Of Mud River school ending Junuary i:iertrle a -- i John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. Hartford, Ky. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. Will practice his profession in all E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining Court convenes first Monday in lounrics. Also Notary Public. f OfhY.e, in Commercial Hotel. each month. QUAUTERLY COURT. 11 Attorney at Law, R. H. WEDDING - v third Monday January, April, July and October. Begins on tho C0UHT OK CLAIMS. W. 21. BARNES jffiOEinT Hartford, Ky. his LiW in all Convenes first Monday in January and Tuesday after tho fourth Mondaj in October. OTHER COUNTY practico prof eseion WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining rounties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri OITICERS. "Miss Klsn, favor me with your hand", and make me the happiest of lininur-tftb:- ." Fliegende BUetter. A Case of Overwork. n ,by Dinah to Its own devices over Are. The water "boiled over," G.S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur Spriugs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. cial Hotel. The teakettle had been filled and left. consput-'teri- io, 1896: Lena Lee 99, Leona Penrod 99, Howatd Simmons 99, Anna Coubs99, Waltet William1? 99, Howard Hunt 99 Etta Perrell 98, Ruth Mclntlre 98 Ellsworth ColyiergS.Mary Penrot98, Anna RothrockgS.VernaRothrock 97, Ruth Williams 97, Lodenia Fulkeison 97, Alma Crews 96, Nettie Nation 96 Oecar Hunt 95, Jesse Hunsaker 95, Claude Vick 65, Annie Crews 94, Anna Pursell 94, William Beadwellgj, Verna Plaine 93, Etta Fenell 92, Eflie Ferrell 92, Horald Lee 91, Geo. Beadwell 90, Thomas Beadwell 90, Myrta Colyear 90, George Summess 89, Carrie Roll 88, Eddie Roll 88, Ura Hunt 83, Robert Blades 83, Anna Blades 87, Bertram Park 86, Peatl Westbrooks 84, John Gladden 83, Oma Ferrell 83, James Jinkins 82, Maggie Beadwell 82, James Russell 82, Millard Gladden 80, Ollie Penrod 80, Amanda Vick So, Dan White 76. This is the five month term grade, based on recitation, irrespective of Mrs. Maggie Simmons, grade, Teachers. The. "Oh I mamma, come quick! "teakettle is overdoing." Judge. Vfoold lleed the Warning;. Old Quiverful And so you want to Itake our daughter from us. You want to take her from us, suddenly, without-word of warning? Young Goslow Not at nil, sir. It' there is anything about her you want-tworn me against I'm willing to listen. Brooklyn Life. Kot Counsel's Opinion. quite and Master cerned about so much steam and ran up stairs calling: L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mrs. Mizella Tanner, PoorhouEe Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given 'to al Colto his care. Office with the lections .specialty. county Attorney. Also Notary Public business-.entruste- ol :m:. Bu.'ES'isr'B'pa?, ng, i a Fordsville. J. A. Bowling Barrett's Ferry, March 1G, June 15, September I4, December. Buroiti). Ben F. Graves March 30, June 29, September 28, Decem-ber-- 28. s Harti-ord- . A 8, Aull March 2, Juno 1, September 2, December 2. Rosine. C. L. Woodward March 13, Juno 13, September 13, E3. ' JE- - fields, but it takes a good deal of it to buy w hat in most places are considered common luxuries, it not necessities. Whisky costs SO cents n drink, measured out by the vender, too. In Circle City, and 11 gallon of it costs $20 or more. Beer costs 23 cents a drink. A brewery Is now being built at Circle City. Whisky Dear In Alaika. Gold may bo plentiful in the Alaskan Counsel Can you tell me what wa the width of the stream? Witness Eighteen feet three Inches l a half. Counsel Now, sir, what madeayou measure It so carefully? Witness Oh! I thought somo fool, might ask met London Judy. A Oreat Event. Gulpps Why were you not up at the house of Tottie Evergreen, tho hll'd wonder, the other night? Trlppa I don't Jtnovv. What was going on? Uuipps She was celebrating her golden wedding. Life. ar-j- December 13. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts ot Oiiio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at JC&W, .(Cbrwify Attorney) ISTOESjIj, Cromwell. Tout B. "Wilson March 9, Juno 8, September' 7, De comber 7. Attorney atKY. Iaw HA1V.TFORD, JNO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL staking abstracts, etc., When Baby was sick, wo gave her Caatorts. When she v as a Child, she cried for CastorU. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorlav. Whsffshe had Children, she them Castorlau Attention given to also Notary PtibJio for Ohio County. Office North side of public spure. bto J. 3Sf, R. PJRTJ.E ANTED SALESMEN if if IVkiiTfTnJaL Addro-m- . t' N SI G mo HWKfl NUKSEKY CO lociinTi.ii, N Y. isevc rnl trustwortliv geutlumen orlnds to travel in Kentucky for rMahliaiicd, reliable Salary SIM ami expenses house. Steady position. Enclose reference and fuONudil rested einioped euveloved Tlio Dominimi Couip:uiy,Tliinl Floor. 1 ! IOi Omaha Hldir., Uliicnjjo 111S KTES mOZCN O.N THE WINDOW. PCTISflBfil Jm)MpraI.r.4)lii't:S)iilliwi'sl-rit It It. She Best Line between Louisville lemphis. AND sccting room; that the presence of the corpses was really the ilomlnunt factor In his fear. I'osslbly. Hut lock a man up In a church, with a puny Kerosene lamp, let some ono rnttlo a window suddenly and violently at midnight, and that man will prefer to be at home. The uncanny Ideas associated with dissecting rooms are the result of early education as much as anything else, and often the result of Imagination. Conan Doyle tells a story of n. medical rtudent who fainted at the first surgical operation ha went to see, but tlio operation was not pnrformed, and, the PIERCE. ar. CURE OR MQNCV HBtlinWIiP. Chest and Hides, Dr. 1'lorce's Gokloa Medical Discovery Is a sovereign remedy, In Anhma It is 10001110. To build up both tlcsh and strength, when Also from and to Cincinnati i and Evansvillo, For all chroulo, or lingering, Pulmonary or Chest Diseases, as Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Borers Coughs, Bnlttlng ot Wood, rains In I I Do not purclmsea Ticket North, East, South or Wost j . "Y tv I& Until you have consulted an Agent of the G, 0.&S.W.R. R. I UM.TKD TRAINS, rULt.UAK nUl'I'KT SLEKrRItS, HODUKNEQOirUENT. wi u iin nciior.3, Gen. Mgr. a -- T. B. Lynch, Gen, Fass.Agt LOUISVILLB. KY. standard of health by pneumonia, or "lung ..feTor," grip, or ex- llnuatlng fevers, It Is rtbe best restorative tonlo known. 15. B. NonuAN. Esq.. aIa If of --4non, aa.. says ' I KilaTTlaV think tbe Mlolden Medical Discovery' Is the best medicine for pain. . In the cheat that I cava I am vor known. well, sound S owo It and to the and I 7 'Disall Mb, Norman. covery.' " Ths Plih or Bslunq Midioisss oNTMiAi, T7! TO T ova AW. TS -- --a, rccuLuu TO iyUfti reuueeu oeiovv 1110 tr vr ' u a the case of my wife. While I was chilly thing to do," assented the litpastor of the Baptist Church at Hives tle wile, gayly, "but its tremendous Junction she was brought down with fun, aud far ahead of a sentimental Pneumonia succeeding I.a Grippe, journej) to the Mediterranean or FlorTetnliif "piroxyisms of cougliing ida, The young couples leave trousseau language behind them and diswould Inst houis with little interruption ind it seemed as it she could not appear, with guides, tents and mountains ot lurs, into the big forests for a siii vive them. A friend recommendPerhaps it s ed l)t King's New Discovery; tt w.ts fortnight's camping. the novelty of the conditions that quick 111 Its work nud highly satisfactory in results. Tihl bottles itee at makes eveiylhing so anfuslng; and some of the honeymoon hunters have ReguWilliams ft Bells Drugstore, gone us tar North ns Nova Scotia. lar size 50c, mid $1 00. Most of the tuides shoot well themit they don't care to I3AZAH IN selves; but HARPER'S try their chances at one ot the lords 1896. of the northern forests they find the suowshoe trumps funny enough, act year of Harper's as rifle bearers for their husbands, Th, twenty-nint- h Baznr, beginning in January, 1896, learn to draw marvelous melodies finds it maintaining ita deserved revisit the fro.m the luigh moose-cal- l, putation both as a Fashion Journnl lumberman's ramps, and thrive on and n weekly periodical for home the chrystalllnenlrand the fresh game reading cooked over the camp file. One Uvery week the Bizir presents bride brought down a moose to her beautltul toilettes tor various occosn own credit, and the agreement is that ions, Saudoz, llaude, and Chapuis il- the horns and head ot the big benst, lustrate and engrave the newest de- when mounted, shall be the first piete signs Iron, the finest models in Paris of furnitute taken into the new home. nud Berlin. Ne?w York Fashions This, it is suppose, will bring gocd current styles in New York, luck,' From "Society Fads," in supple- Demorest's Magazine for February. A fortnightly pattern-shee- t ment with diagrams and directions enable women to cut nnd make their When the children drink bad water own gown, and is of great value to and eat too much green fruit, or have the the professional modiste as well as to any stomachache or diarrhoea from cause, you needn't be alarmed the amateur dressmaker Children's' about them. If you will get a 25c or Clothing receives constant attention 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's Anti-Mu- x Fashions for Men are described in full they will be at play in half hour after detail by a Our the first dose. Z, Wayne Griffin Paris Letter, by Katharine De Forest, Bto. is a sprightly weekly recital of fashion, gossip, and social doings an Par-Children Cryfor given by a clever woman In an en- cv-es, Karthqaake Soften. Water. .TnmeA II. Orayson, living at Saline City, Ind., reports that his well, which recent all nlong for years before-th- e earthquake afforded only tho hardest llott to Nieiul the Honeymoon. kind of water, haa ever slnco yielded "Where do the newly wed spend only soft water almost equal to rain their honeymoon?" 6oniebody asked water, for domestic purposes. the other day; and a girlish matron, MnrvplniiK IteattliH. From a letter written by Rev. J. whose dignities are not more than six Gunderman. of Dinionddle. Mich., we weeks old, promptly assured the that this winter the Maine nre petmitted to make this extract: woods, where moose are found, and "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr King's New Discovery, as Canadian woods, where caribou ate the results were almost marvelous in gay with bridal patties. "It seems a An Observing Youth. better, as it is easy to play. Don't fail to send for a copy of th is HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. new March. Sent to any address f tr Is prepared to do any and all Jclnda eleven two cent stamps, Addres, ther? ne The one who Is peering over this of Rental Operations. Prices mtat W. H. LANDT, way with his glasses. rcas onable. Office over Williams & Music Publisher, 921 McMicken Ave,, Shej And now which Is the son? Bell'. s Drug Store. Cincinnati, Ohio. Judge. Vn allied air or laughing air wed for painless extraction of ot It, One Way st Mr. Callipers Well, my son? Little Clarence Isn't It singular, pa, that It takes about ten times as much Identification to cash a check as it docs to get lynched? Puck. A t'ieful Qneatlon. She Those two men alone In the box aro father and son? Which Is the fa- Little Clarence (who reads and profits thereby) Pa? th: e latest success. "Junior Order March" PROF. C. A. BRUTTING. One of the prettiest Marches of tl le day. For teaching, there is nothln g A& r DENTIST " Out Why did you mako me tako umbrella just now, when wo stopped to speak to Jenkins? Jones I don't mind telling you now slaco he has gone along, but It was his umbrella. Life. Da wkins eeth" that IF1 SHOULD MEET WITH AN ACCIDENT An Admlsilou. y 4. '-PopularTHEMagazines HOME. - F6;R ij S? Lea I wonder If Prof. Kidder meant anything by it? Perrins By what? Lea He advertised to lecture on Tools," nnd when I bought a ticket It was marked: "Admit Ono" Puck. Friend Fluat Arnancements. Have you signed tho , THIS CARD WILL IDENTIFY ME. Issued Under Nathan Bros,, Copyright b; The Republican. con- Actress Yes. The manager ogreea to allow the expense of two diamond robberies and one divorce. Brooklyn Life. Sure to He True. "You know, George," she was ex plaining, "I was brought up without any cifrc." "Mary me, my darling," said George, "and you shall have nothing but care." Westchester Globe. tract? Prosontod by "- "a THE REPUBLICAN, - Hartford, Ky. Bocognlzod Papor In Ohio County. astho MostEntor-prlaln- g POPULA R Contains each Month t Original Wataf Cafe F'rontllplecai I2S Quarto Page al KnOtnty. Mlastra Matter 100 New and lllih-cl- ul More Literary Matter ana muarra. i lions ' ,Vn Aanarlcat lions than any other Mag-atln-e ' 23 eta. I a Year. FRANK LESLIE 'S "Jack writes A Pradent Maid. ho has been poker with pupa, and p.ipa writes ho can't possibly send a check for a month." "What on earth are you going to do V "Send for Jack." Life. Ilefore the llearth, She (sentimentally) What poetry there is In a flrel ne (sadly) Yea; a great deal of my poetry has gono there, Harper's llazar. A Good Mood. playing s UUKtb HEALS )j RUNNING (Frank Leslie's Phasanf. tfourt?; FOR BOYS AND CIR US. A Bright, Wholesome, Juvenile . Uonthlr. Fullr Illustrated. The beat wrltera 1 !or younf peopla ccmtrlbuta to It. 10 eta. II a year, SZSS ALL SUBSCUrriOlU 1 p THE S SORES Tired Husband I'vo bad a terrible day at the ofllce and I'm mad cleat I throutfb. Wife Now would be a good time foi CONTAGIOUS JUU MJ UCUb vuutsg STING SERPENTS wmnm S r - THR RkPIIKl lrAKi Unr tfnrd. po pulftr .Frank nipnimy. nmKazino and THE REPUUl ICAN both ono year IUI 4UUU, Frank. Leslie's 1'iqnsunt Hours tor Doy lanu Riris anu the RRPUElL fCAN u oth tor ono year for $2.01 3. I Undoubtedly the Best Club Itfws KTr 1 t$n4tomiUiU,ri4HktgHg. ug.j.ruujt eomnlelelv eradleat. In all its stages jvrniw4tinnHTirii'li t ILOOD POISON win Pitcher's Castorla, Children Cryfor PItoher's Castorla. W ulcers yield to its healing powers. It removes the poison and builds up the system VllukUe IMItiu " taa diiaM aad lu lfitatel nailed nee a juiaau, ca. sruciviu Co. nKirs0i Photographer Taylor will makepic-ture- s in Hartford every Monday and 3- -t in McIIenry on Tnesdjiry's. t .-- . .'"- WvVe, 4bJb2UbV v -- . - ." " - -- iM i J tf -- T ! r Hartford Republican VUMJBIIED KVEIIY FRIDAY MOBNINO HAM A. ANIUIIIHO.V HARDINSBURG. HAituiNsnuno, Jan so, '96. Mr. W. G. Hodges, of Constnntinc, was in trouble here last Saturday. He had a charge preferred against hint by I S. Board for flourishing n deadly weapon iu a thieatemtig man-- , ner. His case was tried beloie fiiq Mattingly. lie mi Jei took to make it appear tint lie had simply find his pUtol 111 tun. Mr, lloiirtl, hotter-evthough: different, Irom thelict tlmt the ini let whizz.-- by his ear and his iiwu w,tsfil!etl wuli smoke lroai the revolver. The '.Sq nre ti.ougtit that IIoJe li.n lirrti rulicr rtcklsH with hit iu iiml tlinsiotw' plnce.t hiaJlue with tttniintiigs. lljdges Hi it lie wh much nbuied man an J .ipiv.iie'l lii 10 Circuit et 1 fTor pearly - ..I'.illlnr. Subscription, $1.25 poryoar. Friday, Januaiw 31, 1896 conferences couM settle the question tlio fllvcr men wnuW lone nn Imvo ended tliu "financial dicti-siou- . mice the croaker arc right; that Senate Monroe Doctrine- resolution U inloiided lor effect cllect np ou Kurupenn nations. S 'MB people seem to have nn idea tlmt Haw. Iliirri.'ou U doing something cri'iiiiiil in getting niHirit'd ucniii. Whv, nobody cuiM explain if ihey trteiK bi'cn h al)iroiily declining a third term nomination lor Mr. Cleveland nro (till waiting to hear Imru Mr. CleveTill! gentlemen who liavo iesXuZF1 HEECjSL-ES J&. cEiirirxj's'ir VEHICLES h - It liELKER'S H333L.3D (13 THE XjDES -A I?. 0 A P w' . Yis, lor 0 & ' IfllTlftfcSaa Mi- - V 4 ssaflMr MJB f etfctJnBa'SsvSaBflrjMrwI t f- - n;$jo, llt 0 ro I P 0) 11 Couit 01 i.e our nsbiirn eilims are in HtteiulinnUtmt.il iu Owcnibu 0 d States Couit Mr. Cle)tm a-- iiarl wts 1 Hk-'U- iii m ! ft in land, Tin: Congressmen who utteuded Yvette Quilbert's Washington coui cert were disgusted to find her much less naughty than some of thesociety women they know, Washington didn't get any of tho MISS 1SABKIJ.K McIIENRY. Ul (1 political National conventions, but (Daughteriof the late Henry D McIIcnry ) she ban a cinch, ou tho inauguration of the man elected, which, after all, AjtciticANs'arolouging for tho reKANDOM NOTES. draws the largest crowd. McMinleyism turn of McKinleyisrn. is a synonim f Drjprosperity, for busiGathered From tho World publication of tho The ness confidence and patriotism. at Largo. Great Britian is not statement that seeking an alliance with any power, The nowLocks and Dam on Rough Speaking of the real up.to-da- te indicates that John Bull has been River has been cracked so as to rengirl a gossiper says she must be as turned down by them all. der it useless. It does seem that there versatile as a lawyer, ns witty as a has been enough money spent in clean professional humorist and ns deceivNow that Now York school chil- ing out tho River and building the performer. dren are being taught that cigarettes lock and dam to have furnished us ing as the Without all of these qualities she are poisonous the cigarette dealers aro with boats here. might as well retire to a nunery or anticipating an enormous increase in some other place of seclusion, for she Mn V.B. BuitToN, ot Brechin the trade in that State. will not be in it with.her more forturidge county, is mentioned ns a probnate sisters. The scientific theory, that Carlisle One would suppose able candidate for delegate to reprehad made a bad enough mess as Sec- sent the Fourth Congressional Dis which is an optimistic one, that everything is gradually cvoluting to a retary of the Treasury without trying trict in the National Convention at better end, has a good example iu the as a candidate for the Demoto pose St. Louis. It can be said of Mr.Bur-to- girl of to day. They have a keener cratic Presidential nomination. that he is 11 sound Republican sense of humor, so it is said, than CoNghessman John W, Lewis sound to the core, and that ho has girls had formerly, and certainly knows a thing or two, if any body been a ceaseless worker in behalf of know more about the ways of the world She knows how to distinguish asks you. He has not appeared at his party. the vulgar from the real, pure wit, tho State Capital this winter, conse John W. Lewis' growing and she never fails to take advantage Hon. quently did not get tangled in the popularity h not confined to his of an opportunity that might in any Senatorial race. brethren at Washington. He is pleas- way cause her stock to rise. The Gossiper saw a real up The editor who said that "a wo ing his constituents nt home. They course in girl the other night at the theatre. is just as good as a man in havo admired his dignified man also She is one of the kind that is strickly Utah," might have added without regard to affairs at Frankfort.and tho manner iu which he stajs nt in it. "Hamlet" was being played. stretching the truth, that she is aheap and attends to tho affairs All the players, that is, all the men, sight better in all the other States, Washington of his district which he was sent there wore tights, but those worn by the and we believe also in Utah. I'olonious were a little worse for wear. to represent. One of them contained a hole near the Senator Mills has kept thoroughly of the "Stato right ankle. The young lady observPopulism in posted on the growth of What has become Texas. He would just as soon be re- Press" Column of the Louisville Cbni' ed this as soon as he came upon the The efforts of the couutry stage. Her companion saw it, too, turned as a Populist as to go back as metcia.lt The all absorbing editors, to bo sure, are not brilliant, but refrained from commenting about a Democrat. it. But the girl, alas, though it was neither are they, perhaps, entertainthing with him is to get back. editorial too funny to Veep, and leaning over Nevertheless, the ing. a little, whispered iu her escort's ear Somehow it seems to be entirely comment, given from papers all over loud enough to be heard by those sitfitting that theDemocratic convention tho State, show in a considerable should beheld in a Chicago building, manner the drift of opinion, on im- ting near. "If mamma had known of that hole she would not have al especially built for hoiee shows; the portant questions Even (straws may lowed me to have come with you." mule is a kind of a horse, just as the show which way the wind is blowiug. Democratic party is a kind of a par A traveling man came into the hoPeaceful milch cows, standing ou tel a few days ago with a forlorn look, bill making the streets, are at times, seized with a old and cripled, said he was making the Should for a lobby-is- t desire to cut a splugc, as it were. his first trip and was "kinder" it a misdemeanor Capitol building at Thoy therefore rush to some bank of think he'd like a drum to enter the Washington become a law and bo earth, where they begin to bellow and mer's live, but it could not be worse. strictly enforced, some Senators and to paw up, and horu up the ground. "Woise than what?" asked a bystan"Home-like,- " their der. he answered. Representatives would have to choose B y this means they get mud on Iu view of tho manner in "How's that," queried another. "At horns. between lobbying and serving in ConS. Blackburn has home," hesaid,"hehad nine sonsMn-lagress, instead of combining tho two as which, Hon, J. (J, and his only three sons were been cavorting around at Frnujjfort, they do now. had ten it may ne said of him, that he has dead, each of his children, all girls, and the girls each We have it irom reliable source mud on his horns, as it were. had a beau, who came Friday evethat tho branch railroad from this ning aud stayed till Monday, and placo to some point on the C 0. & S. is evident that Mr. Cleveland It seven long years ago his mother-in-lain the near wants tho nomination of theDemoW. Railroad will be built came to pay him a short 7isit and fixture. Our citizens should take hold cratic party for the fourth time. It she had forgotten to return to her of this proposition and lend their en- is quite natural that bo should want home, and he had niuety-uin- c besides ergies to the perfection of the enter- his party to endorse him in the posihimself in family and girl's beaux prise. Wo need it and must havo tion ho has taken on the finauacial made nearly two hundred. In fact, some connection with tho out side question, and the Monroo Doctrine. he said, he was not good in figuring world. r Mr. Cleveland has a largo following and didn't know how many there in his party besides the ollico holders. so it couldn't be worse." Hon. E. T. Franks, the bright In tho present distracted condition of weie, "Where are you lroiu? 'asked a dozen young Republican front the Second the Democratic party, it is doubtful voices at once. "Ilirtwell, Hirt, District, is entering upon his raco for whether enough forces can be united county, Georgia." "Are you a farmHis friends Congress in earnest. against him to prevent him getting er?" "No, but the girls is" "What throughout the District aro very en tho nomination. do they raise?" "Well, peanuts and thuEiastie for him and feel confident sorghum and some times etiie." Col. Sobree. of of his nomination. The Fourth Congroasioual District "What about their husbands?" Henderson, is an aunounced candis should be proud ot her reprosenta-tives- at "Well, they hunt and fish and raise date, but as Franks was turned down Frankfort, as fur as ability is enough 'terbacker for nil to chaw." in '94 ho deserves the nomination concerned, utid in other rejects, too; "'Spose that's my train." "Yes," he seeks at the hands ot his Repub- they stand at tho top. Messrs. Harsaid the landlord, and his story aud his trip was abrubtly ended. lican constituents, of this county, and Rice, Graynett, , . men and have a OUInHle Imrrli In The talk of a new county is again son county, uio youug them, if they lruit'ft fur lliirllnnl. futuro befoiv being raised by the people ot the a brilliant The Rev. lvdwiu Drury, Catholic Indications nre act well their part. The question is s Fordsville country. Missionary, who gave a this. Mr. do will thoy one of vital importance to every citi- that lecture at the Com t House here last presiding The county as Blanford makes u cupablo week, made quite an impression upzen in Ohio county. officer, and is fearless in tho discharge on the peoplo here. He had good proposed, would take of! a largo numof his duty, tho Guer' Journal to the nudieuccs every niuht and the strict ber of our people and a good territory notwithstanding. It is our attention paid the ltarned man, would bo taken from Ohio county. contrary, Ohio young men, however, who must bear showed his lectures were enjoyed. This we cannot nflbrd to lose. about tho beat and burdens of the day. Uev. Drury Is a born Kenluckiau and is county as she stands It is gratifying to know that they are comes from otic of the best families tenth iu area, and to cut that part ot making such a favorable beginning. of the State. lie was well known by tho county oil would only servo to some of our best townspeople aud to would make two pauper couuties. It old soldier, tit the twaddle these he promised to come again Listen, cut our taxable property down to a seeking your patronage some time in the near future and delow figure, and of a necessity would of a paper liver more of his lectures. There are pretending to iucrease the taxation of our citizens. and support, and only a few Catholics in Hartford, but the sentiments of tho DemoTho ew county would have to bear if there were n church here they Hear is what it says her proportional part of tho indebted- - crats party. would come from nil quarters. who fought to preserve the men ness of each county from which the about One Who Hhaud Hut. How doos this strilco the Union. new county is taken, thereby coverItlii'iiliiiilliiil IIiiiih Hint The HartDemocratic soldiers. ing it so deep in debt that it would you When there is lncticncid in the blood. cxhorbUnnt tax on the peo- ford Jerald says: make an Liniments and lotions will be of no "There is no necessity for nny of ple who aro placed in its bouudary, war, if war permanent benefit. A cure can be Tho proposition as it now stands ef- our old soldiers going to should take place between the United accomplished only by neutralizing fects Ohio county a great deal more and some other nation, They than any other county that it would Statesjust give up their pensions lor this acid and for this purpose Hooet's could Sarsaparilla is the only true blood be taken from. a year or two and stay nt home, Enough money is expended annu- purifier prominently in the public navy. Uut, eye. ally to build a first-clapersonally it would amount to about Hood's Tills act easily, yet promptOoui' Um I Met UnuftlyrunTT w the same thing after nil some 11 UlUae. nUkrtfrwflMmen would about as soon part with ly and effectively, on the Hvcr aud bowels. 25c. their blood ns their pensions. semi-offici- al slight-of-hand n e houit-sickdidsons-in-law i tour-nightto-drop-resess county. News last week t xk occn-itto pint a column and u halt ot ciitictsm rvninst Hon CIihs. UMnlafd ot the Hoiiicot KepreMH-tAlivr- i, mid yet the News gets hnlf, if mt more of its patronage from the gctid Republicans ot this u Tin- iih 0 0 3LQO CO 3Eor cent, tlie HiXxcaLsOx3a.osJt- - 0 1 Jaj ,A, V" Chairman of the Republican' Committee of this county and a popular young attorney, Is on the sick list this week. The public school which has been successfully taught by Trot. Frank Jarboe closed this week. Tne primary department under Miss I.illie Cooper closed last Friday. Miss Cooper returned to her homent Ruth, this county. The Circuit Court t'ockct lor the February tetm is light. There are about thirty appearances to be distributed among twelve or fifteen lawyers, most of Whom have patches ou their pants below their back suspeuder buttons. A big revival is in progress at Hazel Dell, this county. It is conducted by the pastor, Rev. Mussey, assisted by Rev. W. B. Snead. Not only young people are being savcd.but older ones are also going forward to the ansious seat. There is a shaking of dry boucs out there. Judge Ahl was in Frankfort this week. He went there to meet other Judges of the State, who will endeavor to obtain legislation, to make the terras of Qurterly Court, n shorter length of time Thejudges think that the prevailing laws are too favorable to police courts, allowing them to have a monthly session. Mr. Joe Wood was brought before Judge Ahl last week, charged with selling whisky in a local option district. The case was trie by a jury and Bro. Wood was found guilty. The jury fixed his fine at one hundred dollars. Here is n pointer for communities that nre annoyed by blind tigers, etc. The students at the Breckinridge Nornnl College have organized a Literary Society. The army ot tratnpi abroid in the land arc not diminishing in number. They are rather increasing at this place. Within the last month several able bodid men have passed through town, out of work, and unable to get" work. Tjiey ask for something to eat or a place to stay all night, and move on, The way larcrs rests and houses of refuge in the larger cities, it setms. are overrun by the unemployed. The American people have paid dearly for experimenting with the McKiuley tariff taw They know more now thanlthey did in the year 1S92, aud this good year, 1896, will witness such a flocking with the folds of the Republican party as wasnever dreamed ot by the most enthusiastic Repub licau. RoniN Hood. 1 Mr. Allen It. Kinchcloc, WHITE FOll CATA LOG Vl- i- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from CO., WtELDEUDI MANUFACTURES, Hendrson,Ky i'nxiniliir. An Olil Urnttick) Ilimir. I will be at Field & Holbrook's sta Representative F. Gndcr. of Cisey county, writing to the Liberty Tribblc in Hnitford the first Monday in une speakes 01 a pleasant evening each month until May, also the first spent with Hon McDowell Fonlc, day of Cireuit Court. I castrate stand-n- g Mr, lather of our and tie the artery with Surgeons Fogle. Mr. Fogle reared a J K which is absorbed in four large family of children and Hartford cat-gis proud ot the one who has located days. The only safe plan. in our midst. Mr. Grider siysRidgeliugs carefully operated on. Monday, tiic3othd.iy of D c 1895. was a most enjoyable day nt the "Old Terms reasonable nnd satisfactions L. T. IlARNAnD, Kentucky Home," nnd in the lamily guaranteed. fellow-townsmaut, iDr.. J--i. uirmer First st. SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, UVANSVILLU, IND. Office 416 Upp. Xamorlcnn Stoam Launch 1'ittNCCTON, Ky., retired from nctive businees He is possessed of a cheerful nnd loving nn. ture, enjoying o..l health nnd is unusually active for a nun ol his n;e. This is to be attributed to the very temperate life which he has lived In tin's long and busy life he has never "Five years ago," sajs Anga A. lorgotton to honor Hun Irom whom Lewis, llicard, N. Y.,"I had a con- he has received all the blessings. stant cough, night sweats, was great- This da's celebration wa- - closeJ hy ly reduced in flesh, and had been giv- a 1ug.1t ilelihUul and pleasint se." conducted by the writer, af.er en up by my physicians. I began to vice the happy thiong dispersed to which takeAyer's Cherry Pectoral, and after their homes, leeltug the day had using two Jjottles was completely been most profitably spent. Tub Bkst Salve in the world for with pleasuie. tits, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt While yet a young man he ciiue to Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, ChapLiberty, Casey county, and entered ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all intothe practice of law. Mr Fole Ins twice represented his Skin liruptions, and positively cures county iu the State Legislature with Piles, or no pay required. It is guarhonor to himself nnd satisfaction to anteed to give perfect satisfaction or his constituents; nnd he has been motey refunded. Price 25 cents per honored by his party more than once box. FOR SALE BY Williams & tt Bel 1. as an elector tor the State at Lare He is now living with his tnird wife and has ten rhilrireii. He has your been successful in business, having Why acquired nnd laid up a competency 'Middle-man- ? for himself and lamily, nnd has inw own ot Hon McDowell Fogle. The occasion of the gathering was the celebration of the eightieth birthday ot Mr. Fogle. Notwithstanding the day was a stormy one the children, grand childiennnd friends came out in masses, and around the cheerful fires iu the palatial parlors a lew hours of ulmost inexpressible pleasure and joy were spent iu this happy home. The hour soon arrived when our octogenarian and his guest were invited into the commodious dining room, wlu re tne long table, artistically set, litterally groanel groaned bene ith the weight of the substantia'..) and luxuries of lilc, which had been trcs pared and spread by the loving hands ot his affectionate wile and children Mr. Fogle was bom in Marion county, Ky., and was the so nil child and the firit male child b tii in Here he grew up t' in 111. Lebanon. lRod, Arming many pleasant mid making many iriends to which and to whsui he &till refers 25-i- Heaver Dam. The World's ru!i Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great In Icav tnlng power as the Royal. fined work eif any Inundrv in Kcuttickv. The ikkmIs ttorKisun guarnntceit. are not torn up, but aro returnDocs the ed in good condition. Sutherland's Ragle Kye Salve is new nnd original in style of package and medicinal qualities. It is u,ot only a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but is guaranteed to give satisfaction as nn ointment for old sores, piles, etc. Z. Wayne Griffin & IJro. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Bold mtrisht. no rent- - bo roTfUtr AdrtM ry l.Iawor Country. S1xi la lhom,hon.toTfcti4ciflr. GrfttMlconrn Laundry Shipped on Monday, roturnod on Friday, Bi&i?nvo your work for me. Makvin IlAItTFOItl), JBllAKDOX, Ky. Agt. I ta City. I ArrnU nittkr from v laat Mia Id mill tit i7. tin In TmmiAmntM tnatAnat inttrumoDta, ni I nalchbom, ny dittanc Corapltx,toj, orfci tor i anywhere, tin W. isiJ Lociis- - ville Denial (Jo. IKW.M.St. Ohknvisgo, Ky QJ I dm when fthlppMi Can t pat ap by tAt I n)vr out of ordar no rpatrtj(f . laataH a It fa B tiro W arrantM A monay makf r. rlta If ". P. Harrliort & Co..Cleik 10. Columbia, a C Bucklon's Arnica Salve. not be Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . JS Gold fillings up Platinum Alloy $1 Extracting, pel tooth 35c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting tree when Artificial Teeth nre ordered. Office permanently located 1 a Fay but ono profit between maker and user and Hint a small Just ono. OarDlgTQOI'aKe Catalogue and Buyers Weighs Oulde prorcs tlmt Us possible, XH ABULES REGULATE THE SIUMAUH, LIVUl ANU UUWtLS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. ItlPAMI TAIIL'M'H aretha Wt Madl rlaa ktiawn far InJlrc-lloaIllllaairaa( lra4arhrfC'ntttpatlosIjiipU,Cfcrania IJrcrTroublftHlUiiInrUfllailt'anipUilan. UlTcaitre Urmia, all dl. lfaatcrr the Ctlomach, Liter ami llawcla. nal rlra f lUpann TatralM contain nothlwr lnjurioaa to Alt) 1 )faant to tnataoaldwIlcatoroiutltuUon. lata relief tiro tak. aafa, affrc taaJ, aoJbux. Irgtuwl to vnlarM 11ic- -) War ceata per throuhnr&ruidncitUt,or LriuaiL btuaplv Vial. pounds, U.OOO Illustrations, describes nndtolUtlioonoproQtprlcoofovuMOuUQ artlcles.oYcrytblugyouuso. Wosondll -. for ISccnts; that's not (or tho book, buto pay part of the postage or oxproasago und koep off Idlers. You can't get It too quick. , JHONTdOAiERY WARD & CO., The Store of All the People iiiii6 Michigan Ave., Chicago. Jan. 29. School closed at this place last Thursday. Mr. Henny Morris is not much improved. Mrs. Mary Rice of Horse Branch, who has been vtsiting her daughter, Mrs, W. A. Feilden, returned to her home last Sunday, accompanied by Miss Maggie Morris. The school nt Concord will close JIMIO. cured." ei Porwinr .tlmilliM'. (irrut trltrli'K. Castorta. There is no American, living or We will lutnibh jou the Daily nnd dead, North or South, whoMood nearer the hearts of the people, or whole Sunday Courier Journal nnd Tim R. 1'Udmcan for one year for $3 25 memory is held with more sacred than General Robert K.'l.ee. All on this side ot the wiped-obut "line" feel that Feoplo ihould reallzo that the only they know him; but theie is still truo and permanent euro tor their condition Is to be found In having much of his history and that of his family and his nucestoisthat has never yet been told. On this ncconnt the Because the health ot Tery organ and is pleased to note the antlssuo ot tho body depends upon the nouncement of Fiank Leslie's Popuparity ot tbs blood. The whole world lar Monthly regarding the. scries, of knows the itandard blood purifier bi notable I.ee papers that begin in the February issue. The ficst is "The Auccktots of General Robert 15. I.ee aud the Times in Which They Lived," by Mrs, Judge Roger A I'ryor, of New Yoik. The whole series, begin-in- g And therefor It la the only trn and with the earliest colonial times reliable medicine tor nervoui people. down to the present date, will be It makes the blood pare and healthy, with numerous portraits and and thai care nervonineu, make tho nerves firm and etronir, gives sweet illustrations of special interest, heregood appetite, sleep, mental vigor, tofore imprinted, and n large speakperfect dictation. It doea all this, and ing likeness in water colors ol Gener-I.ee- . cure Scrofula, Bczcma, 01 Bait Rheuta Altogether these articles will and all other blood dlieaies, became it form a valuable addition tothehistory Makos of the great men of the nation. ut !.. Pitchor's Children Cry for HirArm chemical CO., ihkSPRUCE STREET. NEW YOUK CiTT. lOcrntt AiMruaa i ervous Sarsaparilla Hood's Friday. An infant son of Mr. B. F. Sullen ger died this morning. The ordination of Rev. D. F. Mathews will begin the iath of next month at Concord. Miss Sallie Miller, of Edmonson county, is visiting her father's family at this place. JUDKM.K. dies or the hig men want something to tegulnte their liver orcuie constipation and biliousness, Dr. Hell' Tiny Tonic Tablets is what they must have They cure and you never feel it. Purely vecetnble. 35c a vial. 'In Wayuc Griffin & Bro. n"1"' Whenever the little childteu, the la. Feel sadly V us lu.tsciiaiaaaaMaiasan'aEa s f f , Today? nk rbeBest 'of Is Oils repeatedly, because Jf ducaics often follow trifling ts all Cough Medicines A We take this opportunity ot thanking the people ot Hartford mid surrounding communities for their liberal douations. Fire made us homeless but we did not find ourselves friend-- , less. We speak with the old adagr, "A friend in need Is n friend in deed. A. V. Kino anii Wii'ij. How many victories wcro over won by armios composed entirely ot gen- I'nrd iililiiinlK. Pur Blood Be Sure to Get Hood's Roeulta provo erery word we have Bald. Thoiuand of voluntary testi- monials tally establish tho (act that Dr. Acker's English Remedy. It will stop a cough in one night, check a cold in one day, prevent croup, relieve asthma, and cure consumption, if taken in time. It is made on honor, from the purest ingredients and contains neither opium nor morphine. If the little ones have croup or whooping cough, use it promptly. Three 4 on Bitters Li have no appetite and can't work, begin at once Uk hi,; the mott sella- hie itreiiKthenlnr medicine, which Is brown's Iron lilt. ters. Ucntflt comes from the very first dose. If you are wetk nnd Krncrally ex. hauktcd, nervoui, , , , . , ! . ! m muiicy nnei mver S Troubles, J!' a Constipation, Impure Ulood, g Malaria, Nervous ailments S Women's complaints. 5 a O jj, S r i. tyaKi3t, Neuralgia, IT CURES f... . . J 2 Get only the genuine It his crossed red lines on the wrspper. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. 3 uaataaaifliaiaaiaiaMaiaieaui W UfCS SUa-2- 5c, 50e. said $1 per bottlt. At DnifjUU. XS "I have been afflicted with nervous ness. I began to talto Hood's Sarsspa-rlll- a and tho first bottle helped tne." MABQAHETOiUY,CaUwba,Kcatnol:y. and zl Ckambeta Street, New York. ACKER MEDICINE CO, 1 nsTnuisni - H The Urs. Gov't Reports eral? Hood's Pills cure alt lirer Ills, show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in life should always remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filled to overflowing, but there's .always room nt the top. That's where Dr, for colic, cholera Sell's Anti-I'l-ux and diarrhoea stands. It's sold at 25c and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne Gtiffin & Bro. a". m. H v, ""M- -" " MM m m 3M" Well Satisfied with Fresh Mackerel at Stevens'. Call on Uulllugton, the barber. Stevens knocks them out! on gro ccrics. DR. P. OHODES Awarded .Ugliest Honors World' Pair. Ayer's Hair Vigor. .4BV ! some "e.trly forty, ill" 1 turned jrruj. mki PMt nan, nftcr 1 W IJnlr Vlfior, :uiil m so well satis-l- it il with tlio results tlint 1 luvo neer tried nny other Kind of dress- - sIcKiii'sh, my li.ilr Iicjj.hi iMlnjAcrs rri.9:iin (fa iiiK. Itri'ijulresonly nn occasional appll. LV I cation of 22 pounds X O, Sugar Stevens'. Mr. 11. I). Ringo has been in Louisville this week. Judge H. I). Walker returned from Owensboro Tuesday. In the Clutches of the Law with a Grave for? tat Charge Hang- - 'D1R ingOverHim. cence. What matters it to you if we do Ho Declines to Talk only to Assert His InnoI I w CREAM i OUR STOCK OF Pall nncl Winter AYER'S l to itcrdnjr humors, ntid prevent thu Mr. J. W. Ford was on business jestcrday. II you In Louisville BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Gripe Creim pf Tartar Powder. Free . om Ammonia, Alum orany other idulteunt. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. JARNAGIN-TAYLOR. lose three, four, live or six dollars on au Overcoat or Cloak? ' We are preparing for a "irjiTfci ItiMTiril ET Jlrtlr Vljror to keep my li.ilr of good color, to icmoo lniulrniT, lu-.i- want the wotthoi your money call 011 L. 11. Stevens. County Attorney E. P. Ntcl was in In Louisville Fudge J yesterdo. . ' Mrs.ll.M.llAiniiT, goods "wo have plae Avoc.i, Xehr. the entire line at cost Ihis is no idle talk to draw crowds, but an actual iact. We w Hair Vigor Mss. guarantee every A- rrcparedbyDr.J.O. Aycr&Co flyer's Smjjur.Ha rticle in winter wear lhs to be as stated. Below we give you We can't be Causon & Co. some prices on goods Don't lull to see our Cloaks. Cahson & Co. we wish to close: Remember K. Heavy woolen dress you want n good,I, Bulllngton when easy shave. goods 35c; former Pure crab elder for sale by P. W. price 50c. Tittle, Hartlord, Ky, 22 6m 54 in. Water proof We carry n big lincofGrocerics and 4()c,fornier price 50c. Funiture. Carson & Co. 5d in. Ladies clothGOc We are determined to sell our Clothing. Carson & Co. ionner price 75c. We nichelting our Millinery goods tomyfriends." lialr from falling out. I never lieti- tato to recoinmend Ajcr's medicine AYER'S , Jno P.Mortou was in Owensboro tjic fust ol the week. We carry a full nnd coniilete line ol Furniture. Carson & Co. Cod fish, Pickled pig feet, chow-cho- w, sweet pickles, etc., at Stevens'. Miss Lutie I.te, Owensboro, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. G. Hard-wic- k. Our Grocery Stock is always fine and we can't be beat on prices. Carson & Co. We can't be undersold on anything s kept in a general store. Carson & Co. first-clas- Lowell, Tike lor Comptexk.i. under-sold- . Ballatds Baking Powders is the best on the market and you get more for ynur money. good Overcoat sum ot money. e Don't miss this chance to buy a or Cloak lorn smal' Carson & Co. Dr. P. T. Rhodes, a former resident (it Heaver Dam, and n prominent oung physician of theNewvIlle com-- l munlty, has been accused ol poisoning Jared Robinson, who died last July, and was arrested Monday night charged with the "murder. Dr. Rhodes has many friends and relatives in this county, and as he had always borne nn untarnished reputation his friends are loathe to believe him guilty. His examining trial ocWednescurs at Owensboro day's Inquirer has the following to say about the case: Since last July when Jared Robertson, a citizen of Newville, died sud denly there have been rumors of foul play and the talk ot the community has been that Robinson never died a natural death, but that he had been poisoned. Dr. P. T. P.hodes a young physician of the village ol Newville , has been thought to be making other than prosessional visits to the household ot Robinson and it was newsed abroad that Mrs. Robinson and the physiclati were more Intimate than was proper. When Robinson was taken off so LARGER STOCK IN THE SPRING Than we have ever had before and propose to move this stock of Goods, no matter what it will cost us. So Tlio Marrlago ot two Young Pooplo. Poptr-la- r Messrs.Harnie Morton, Centertown, Brown, Rockport, will leave Saturday for Lexington to attend school. andjas. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, and1.25,worth$150 A Sure Hit! j) or pair. The opening season unices us feel like pushing things Bed comforts 9Gc, A Regular worth St. Ladies ribbed vest Three-Bagg- er 23c, worth 35c. worth 0c. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satin es 10 and 12, worth 15c. 13cd blankets 75c, SI at less than half price. Carson & Co. gal business. We don't propose to carry one Our reduction in prices on OverCloak over for iicU season. Come to Carson & Co. and secure one at less coats and Cloaks has made business good with us for the last few days. than hall price. Carson & Co. We hare reduced the price on our Rev. Cain, the pastor In charge, Clothing so that anyone can buy a new Suit or an Overcoat for a very began a protracted meeting at No Creek last Sunday night and is meetsmall sum ol money. Carson & Co. , ing with much success. Col, S. R. Dent, Leitchficld, has bien in town this week looking after the interests ot the United States Lite Insurance Compiny. Attorney J. S. R. Wedding, will leave next Monday for Whitesville and Owensboro, where 'lie goes on le- We nre going to sell our overcoats. Ifyou are in need, now is the time to buy while you can get them at vour own price. Carson & Co. Our Overcoat stock has been reduced greatly iu the last few days and will not last long. Come quick and secure n bargain. Carson & Co. Ladies woolen skirls Of a bargain in Grocery line is on at Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo'en hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union 'suits 98c, worth 81.25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c,worth SI. Boys boot's, size B0,11 and 13, for $1, worth $1.50. Rubber boots $'2.75, worth $3.25. Ladies heavy shoes ' 98c, worth 81.25. Men heavy jeans pants 99c,worth$L25 Men extra quality 99c, worth $1.2;"). L.B.Stevens This strikes tor increased business is made with a dc termination that really Knocks out Competition l And secures your permanent trade in the Grocery Line. ' L B STEVENS. It will pay you to &ee our overcoats and cloaks. Carson & Co. Remember that we will not be dersold. un- Carson & Co. Uncle John Phipps, of color, been granted a pensiou. has If ou want Carson & Co. funiture come to If you want a cloak, at come to Carson & Co half price, laundried shirts 49c. Oveijcoats that sold lor $10 now $G. Boys overcoats $1 up to $5. Men hats 49c up to $3.50, newest styles. All wool suits $4 sup ty $15. Mr. W. G. Richmond and sister, Miss Mamie, of Calhoon arrived In Hartford Monday evening to visit Mrs E I. Hudson. Mr Richmond returned toCalhoonTuesday and Miss Richmond will remain several daya visiting friends nnd relatives. It jou desire a luxurious growth of healthy hair oln naturalcolor, nature's crowning ornament of both sexes, tueonly Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew er ELECTION NOTICE. I. W Smith ct nl' Sell Whisky, etc, J. W. Smith et ul having lodged Extra quality Mcintosh coats $7, worth 88.5o. We are here to do busircss with you and by fair and honest treatment we hope to receive your patronage at all times Wo will guarantee the prices the lowest to Petition. with the Judge of this Court a peti- . and the quality excelled. see us. Como un- - tk FAIRBE0S.&C0. PPOl'IUETOltS, Jiarilord Semple'ipM"' "V of fashion. Hartford, K,y. tion for nu Hlcction to be held in the town of Vordsvillc, Ohio county, Ky.. on Thursday, February 20th, 1896, pursuant to the General Local Option Law, said Petition being now filed of record, mid said petioners having deposited with the Judge of this Court sufCcient money to defray the expenses hereof and ot said election, it is therefore ordered that the Sheriff of Ohio county Ky., be and he is hereby directed to open a poll hi each ol the voting precints hi nald town ol Fordsville on the day above mentioned to take the seme ot legal voters ol trie said town, whether or not the law now intorce, prohibiting the sale barter and loin of and traffic in spirituous, vinous and malt liquors, in said shall be come inoperative'. The Sheriff aforesaid will advertise said electlou s required by law, and the Clerk of this Court is directed to prepare "Poll books" and ballots for said election as the law provides. A Copy Attest: ' D. M Hoc knit, C. O. C. C. By Oscar Bishop, D. S. Pursuant to the foregoing order I will cause a poll to be opened at time t and places and for purpose named therein. This Jan. aoth, 1896. C. P. Know. S.O. C , . Taken up as an estray by Claude Tinner, living about three miles South-we- st of Whitesville, Ky., in Ohio county, on the 27th day of Jan Prof. H. C. Truman has just closed uary, 1896, one white and speckled his school near Whiteivllle, and has bull, about two years old, smooth returned to Fordsville lor a few days crop and underbit in each, ear and He will go to Lexington and visit. Don't worry. Don't run in debt. appraised bjG, L. Evans at (5 00. Franklort in a lew days on a visit to Don't trifle with yonr health. Don't Given under my hand this January relatives try experiments with medicines, A. S. Aull, J. P. O.C. 27, 1896. . Mr. B. P. Rial has sold his interest Don't waste time and money on Don't be perin the firm ol Steves & Rial to his worthless compounds. For Nntlonnl Jelrgntr. Kentucky colThe partner, Mr. L. B. Stevens, who will suaded to take a substitute for Aycr's s. Sarsapatllla. It is the best of last Friumn of the Courier-Journcontinue the business. Mr. Jas. day contained tbe following notice oi has accepted n position as clerk n our and Republican for Mr. Stevens. worker, Hon. J. S. R. Wedding. BEAVER DA'M. Jan-ur- ay Lost. On Saturday morning The Hon. J.S.R. Wedding, oi Hart18. 1896 notfifty yards from the ford, Ky , who is a candidate for delpastorpreach-e- d Court House, a 38 caliber Snyth & Rev. Wilson the.new egate from the Fourth district to the Wesson, central fire pistol. Finder in the Methodist Church Sunday National Republican convention, is will be rewarded it returned to tue at :i o'clock. one of the leading lawyers of the Sheriffs office. The social given by the, R. E. G's. Hartford bar, and is a member of tbe SatThe protracted meeting qt tae Bap- anio. II. J's in Study Hall lat law firm of Glenn & Wedding. Mr. tist Church is still in progress. Bro. urday evening in honor of the boardWolford has been stiring the members ing stndents was enjoyed by all pres up considerbly with pointed lectures. enb Mr. A.' M. Hunt visited his cousin Much interest is being manifested, Mr, Gordon Young oi Rockport last and much good is looked for ere the Sunday. meeting closes; Miss Maud Monroe left Sunday for We take pleasure in furnishing Louisville where she will visit irlends. some quotations from the Louisville Mr. Frank Hayes and sister, Miss Leaf Tobacco Exchange which is Lesta, Roc hester spent Sunday with fuanished us by- Mr. J. W. HewlettJ their sister, Mrs. J. P. McKenney. Trash is quoted at $1 and $2, Medium A crowd ol young folks spent SunMedium leaf day in Cromwell. lugs nt $3 50 anil . at $8.00 and $12.00, Good leaf at $12 .Miss Luta "Walker spent Saturday and $1575. , and Sunday ct her home in the coun. try. Revs. M. M. Hampton and Jo. B. Miss A'nna McKenney has been Rogers are engaged in a protracted sick for the past week, but is now meeting at New Harmony Church, in the Little Bend, There have been able to be, out. Mr. Carl Taylor, who entered se cral conversions and a number of J. S R. WEDDING, school here last week, has been quite renewals, and the country is deeply We'dding is an enthusiastic Republisick, he Is now improving some. enbued with the cause of Christ. Misses Mamie Duncan, Maggie can, and has' done valiant service for He stumped the Fourth The following named persons have Kelly and Maggie Smith visited their his patty. district in 1892 in the interest pf the homes last Sunday. paid their subscription to Tim ReMiss Bettie Likens and Rev. John National ticket, and has served three publican since our last issue: Henof the County Re, ry Leach, Cromwell; II P. Taylor, Likens, Arnold.and Miss Gertie Tich-eno- r, years as chairman Point Pleasant, matriculated publican Executive Committee. He Hartlord; Dr. G. F Chapman, Center-towI a fluent speaker, and1 stands in tbe H, C. Truman, Fordsville; II. this week. Miss Fannie Barnes spent Sunday fi refront Of Kentucky orators. C. Wright, Magan; B C. Gibson, Sorgho; Dr. S, J. Wedding, J. T. and Monday in Hartlord with her Willow ol lion. Wealcy Crow. Wednesday's Owensboro MessejN, sister, Mrs. Shelby Taylor. Momma, Sulphur Springs. "Dr. W. Campbell, oi Misses Lottie Barnard and Sadie grri says'. Capt. 3, K. Cox's new building is Austin spent last Friday night in Dixon, Ky., nnd Mrs. M, E. Crow, p( nearing completion, nnd is quite nn Taylor Mines, Ohio county, were; marrjed yesterday ornament to Hartford. Fair & Co. Miss Mollle Duncan, who has been ri rning in the parlors of the Rudd will occupy the store room, and will visiting relatives at this place and I iuse and left at noon for Dixpn, carry n much larger stock than they ; Hartlord lor the past two months, re w.iere they will reside. The ceremohave been carrying. The Bank fix- turned to her home iu Morgan field ny was performed by Rev, G.lI.Sunn tures have been putlnand itis indeed last week, ttiers. Dr. Campbell is a prominent a thing of beauty, Mr, J. W. Hurt Leltcefield, practltjoner ot Webster county and is Miss Ella McBeath, who has had charge of the building was with her class this week. sixty-yearold. Mrs. Campbell Is has taking special pains with tbe Don't forget the Oyster Supper and the wdow of the late Hon. Wesley house, and it's finished in the latest Candy pulling to'morrow night at Crow of Ohio county, who was a s styles Mr. Hurt is a car Masonic Hall. member ot the legislature of 1891-2-penter; as is shown by his work on This is Come and help "The Sunday and is in her fiftieth year. this house. The Bank will open School." Attve." h third venture in niatrjniony. Mr. I C. Campbell, of Louisville, a son o Monday, Dr Campbell, was' present at the 1'nblle Nftlr. ' edding." Master Davy Render, son ol Mr. On Saturday, February 1, 1896, at m W. B, Render, died Tuesday evening 1 o'clock, p. m., at Beaver Dam, Ky,,' Exposure to cold, damp winds niaj about 4 6 clock of dropsy, He was I will oiler tor sale by public auction risult In pneumonia unless the system an exceedingly bright boy and had a nice lot ot Poultry and Birkshire is kept invigorated with Hood's '' ' ' many Irlends among his little pigs. All stock and poultry are pure i .. . School adjourned and all the bred and will be sold wlthpuf any Dr A. F, Stanley, of Rendert has 1 will reserve the right to re-- , been appointed Third Assistant Physstudeuts attended the funeral in a body, Dr.J.S.Coleman preached his ject any bids, rejections lo be made ician at the yesten Lunatic AsyDr, Stanley funeral, after which the remains were within two minutes alter stock is lum, at Hopkinsville, interred in Oakwood Cemetery. The knocked down. Terms made known is a fine younij physician and the apt ppintment will meet with the hearty were selected fromhta on day ol sale. Jno. B. Fostkk. approval of a large number of people. playmates, and were Sam Cox, Purdv Children Cry for He is a son ol Capt. A. B. Stanley, Casebier, Claude Badger, Elvis Carson, JJarl Badger and Charlie Gilffiu. of Rochester, Ky, Gastorla. blood-purifierSan-derf- er al fellow-townsmaf4--Sn; s first-clas1 , a. play-mated, by-bi- ds. pall-beare- suddenly, whisperingbecaraerife that Dr. Rhodes had administered poison, which hastened'.tbe death. This was the talk oi the neighborhood last summer and fall, but it had died out in a manner and was being rapidly forgotten until yesterday, when Mrs. Delphia Hackett, the mother of the departed Robinson, appeared before Squire Sutherland in this city and made sworn affidavit charging Dr. P. T. Rhodes with the murder of her son, by means ot poison, which produces immediate death, and that it was done with felonious intent. When the defendant asked for a statement he answered that he was not prepared to make any statement at this time other than to assert his innocence. Lateron.ashisattorney's deem it advisable, he will prepare a statement for publication. Dr. Abodes has many friends around Newville, who vouch" for his innocence. One of them was heard to say that the Doctor's arrest was an outrage and a shame, and tjiat it had been superinducedbya notoriously unreliable citizens bf the town, who could not be credited on oath. Many express confidence that Rhodes will be discharged at tbe preliminary hearing. to-d- ay Yesterday at 2 o'clock Prof. R. C. J'imagin, teacher of the Rosinc Select School, and Miss Annie M. Taylor, of Horton.were united in the holy'bonds of wedlock, Rev. Jo. Rogers offiriat-inin the presence of a large number of admiring friends and relatives at the residence of the bride's moth or. This is a culmination of a courtship extending over several yeats, and unites two happy hearts and worthy young people for life. Prof. Jarnagln is well known to our people, having been n prominent teacher for several years, besides taking active part in local politics. He is a brother of Rev J. C Jarnagin, and is a worthy young gentleman in every respect. His bride is the daughter of the late L. L. Taylor, who was a prominent citizen of the county, and is a young lady possessing all the traits of true womanhood. ,. he has been a prominent teacher ot the county for some time and, comes ot one of the oldest families in the State, well educated, a happy spirit and is a fit companion for the young gentleman of her choice, The Republican offers congratulations to Mr. Jarnagin and his fair bride and wishes for them peace and tranquil joy all along the uneven journey of life. g, YOU WILL Of it. GET THE BENEFIT Men's, We are offering Boys' and Childrens' Clothing at s c greatly reduced prices. We haye also fixed a price on our Woolen-DresGoods that will make them go. ' IF YOU ARE IN NEED Of any of the above, now is the time for you to secure Bargains. We have the goods, but don't intend to keep them long. ItlMOlnllon Notice. THIS SALE WILL NOT LAST The firm of Stevens & Rial has this day been dissolved, B. P. Rial retiring and L. B. Stevens retaining the business at the old Stand. Parties indebt to the firm of Stevens & Rial will please settle at once, iw the business of the old firm must now be settled. L. B. Stevens, B. P. Rial. Jan. 28th 1896. Entrnjr Notice. Longer than about two weeks. Come quick, where you will see the best line that can be found on this mundane sphere. CARSON & CO. RAFTER tjnuriAVQ- - 3i . THE SPRING SESSION -OF THE AND i 1 i BEAVER DAM SEMINARY Opens Tuesday. Jan. 14, 1896. Strong Faoulty, Good Environment, Suporior Faoilitios. All classes will be strong from the Preparatory to the Scientific Course. SHORT HAND and TYPEWRITING affords facilities inferior to no business college. The surroundings are in every way unobjectionable. EXPENSES. GOOD BOARD, room, fuel, etc., per week in private family, $2.25. Arrangements have just been perpected for furnishing an opportunity to all who want to enter a boys' CLUB, in which the estimated cost of board, room, etc., per week is but $1.35 to $1.40. Each boy will need to supply himself with bedding, 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 at once, that provisions tuny be made for him, TUITION IN ADVANCE. Collegiate Department, per term often weeks $8.00 Primary 4.00' Intermediate S.00 Advanced COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE f For further information address or visit JNO. B. TAYLOR, Vice Pres. E, R. RAY, President. LULA WALKER.Sec'y. ... 7.00 s i SHIP YOUR PRODUCE TO HERNDON-CARTER T CO. INCORPORATED, We handle every thine on commission, and do the larcest business, liavlnir more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of our success, Corresnondence invuea. Price'currents mailed free. 813-81- 0 Uurrell Court and 110 Third Street. LOUISVILLE, KY. African-America- n Bold Mining and Trading Company, IOO BROADWAY, The principal object! of thU company are to buy, Mil and operate gold minoa. Ferhap 70U cannot afford to buy an entire gold mine, but you can hao an (ntcrett la several valuable ones through us. Enormous fortunes hare been made In gold mining, but never were the opportunities greater than they are The ownership of a few share ot our stock may make you rich. became so Some of the wealthiest men of y through mining. Tbe cry ot the whole world Is for Oold'l and Its value and necessity Is belug mora fully appreciated each day. All precious mineral discoveries are practically gifts to the people. Each person Is entitled to what he cab, fairly get, Why not try for yourself through us now I Splendid opportunist for securing great bargains Id mines come to us constantly, Our agent are reporting tram the geld fields of Ihl continent and from Africa, Tbe company owns two promising properties in Cripple Creek, Wo propose to develop one of the most remarkable, wtll proven placer mines In the world. It ha already produced a'bout 18,000,000 by crude surface working, and Is estimated to contain over 123,000,000 In gold. Now Is tbe time to Invest with us. Do not wait until every man, woman and child Is eager to buy nd price nave advaacedwuormoutly. rfi- -l - NEW YORK CITY., IT-QOLD! OUR COUNTRY NfEDS In 1987 tho first shipments of gold, amounting to) 000,000, were made from South Africa, la 1601 tho production was nearly 40,000,000. It I estimated that work under way and contemplated will produce 8100,000,000 Leas than flvo ycers ego Cripple Creek was unknown na a mining camp. In ISM It produced $300 000. It Is nor producing $1,000,000 per month. Two old men, tired out and almost hopeless, not many Ji era since clung desperately to a small hole In tbe ground whkb showed some traces ot gold. That hole has since yielded over S .',000,000. The Idaho Mine has paid nearly $8,000,000 la dividends, tbe Crowa Point nearly 112,000,000, the Delcbrr over J1,000,000 We know of no other prominent Industry paying such larce dividends on capital luvested as fully developed producing gold mines. The rate of taper cent, per annum Is quite common, while phenouv enal returns are made In many Instances. We offer for sale 50,000 shares of our capital stock at the par value less than SIO PER SHARE. Payable $3 per share on application and ft fort, nightly, beginning Feb. I, letC. Hon ever, thee desiring to pay In full can enure certificates of full paid stock atonco. or eipresaorderef Remit by check or registered letter to AUSTIN OALtAQUXS, Sesa. tary, 100 llroadway, New York. j ' .Pitcher's i' " r$KS. "Vjj ltAXJ-,lJt- 4 f ' . .. tvtt!$i?&!utKx' f cw - 1 X A POLU HAILWAY Several of these blcturesquo railways ore In use In tho lumber districts of Nova Scotia. They cost anywhere fiom J75 to II.V) per mile, according to local Tho expense, of course, Is greater vhen the road has to be carried across ravlncs.aslndlcattd In our engraving. Tho clrcum-otancc- IN XOVA SCOTIA. poles employed for rails should not be lest than nine Inches In diameter at the small- e er end, and should consist as far as possi-blof the heart, or they will decay before they wear out. The locomotives and cars are crude affairs, but well adapted ror the purposu for which they are Intended. BflRONESS' PAT RETORT. I ' SNAKE IN TIIE HOUSE. MoOannon'a Pot W9 Quito Frlondly with Strangers. Bat a Casual Visitor from the Eait Ob Jecteil to Slreplne with It The Krptllc Colled Around the Drummer's Ankles. Thomas McCnnnon, ulio represents a New York firm, nnd lives In Jersey City, met with nn experience the other week near- - IJlnghanipton, Minn., that nearly whitened his rnen locks. McCannon, whose business lies among tho country merchants and rural districts, engaged , n vehicle and drove to n hamlet near New Mil ford. He renched his destlna-tlobut his stay was unexpectedly protracted, nnd dusk had fallen when he ngtiln found himself on the road. Thicker and thicker grew tho blackness, tho sky u an ov ercast, not a star visible, and tho prosjiect of a heavy rainstorm Imminent. Under those conditions he missed his road, nnd after a drive of hevcral miles ithrough a forest highway ended abruptly in a dense undergrou th. In tho distance he saw the tw Inkle of a light, 'and fastening his horse to n treo he anade his way in that direction. It proved to come from a cabin of roughly Jiown boards and logs. A summons jbrought the occupant to the door. He was an old man with the peculiar of tho mountaineer of northern .Pennsylvania, nnd vv hen McCannon explained his predicament he warmly iWeleomed him to his hut. The only accommodation he could offer the horse at the rear of his pros a shaky lean-tdwelling, but here the animal was stabled on n bed of leaves. There was 'but one couch In the thnnty. This stood ibehind a rough partition, nnd, after serving his guest with a lunch of cold (partridge and corn bread, ho signified 'his intention' of releasing the bed to 'him nnd sleeping in the large room beside the log fire. McCannon gratefully accepted the offer, nnd w as soon oblh ious to his surroundings. How long, ho blept he cannot tell. He thinks It was about midnight, but it was probably nearer daylight, when ho was awakened by a cold, clammy sensation at his feet. The blanket had slipped partially off, and as a ray of n, home-rvv.anl ar o -: Baroness llcrczenyl, who has brought nult against Mrs. William K. Vander-bll- t, played a short engagement in an uptown music hall last winter, says the New York Sun. She was to be seen during only ono week, and her man agers at the end of that time forfeited their privilege of reengaging her for a longer period. She is a handsome woman, nnd used to appear first in the costume of a Hungarian peasant, nnd while a baud of her countrymen accompanied her she sang weird songs and indulged in a few tentative dance steps. After this she put on a uniform and exhibited I She DM Not Want the Whole filroplj the Knaekle. Plf, Bat ALMOST A LINOTYPE RECORD. Old Han of nighty Giro the Hoys Pointers cm Typesetting. ' John Specr entered his 80th year the other iViy nt Wichita, Kan., and celebrated the event by making a world' record for a printer of that age, setting 10,000 emi In eight hours. Mr. Specr is the pioneer editor of Kansas, but Quantrcll burned bis oltce in the iAwrruce massacre, ond killed two of his sons, since which time he has been In comparatively oor circumstances. A few months ago ho concluded to publish the life of that picturesque Kansas (talesman, Senator Jim Line. He Is now nt the work, and has SM pages out of 400 stereotyped. As nn Instance of hs rctunrknblo memory, he is compiling the life of Lnnc as he sets the typo. He nverogrs 8,000 ems a doy. Those wlm bavo read ttio proofs any the history Is very correct, and tho literary style quite interesting. Mr. Specr will have no assistance In the work, nnd he Insists on setting nil the type (composing us 'ae goes along) and winking up the forms for the book himself. Tie has two cases of typ nt the residence of his son, and he stands up before them eight hours every duy. Mr. Sp"cr was In the first batch of emlgrunts thM cuno from New England to Lawrence to oppose slavery In Kansas, and was conspicuous both personally nnd with his pen in the tight for a free state. USES A OiRCUS POSTER. Pastor's Sensational Announcement of Campaign Against Satan and Bin. Jlcv. C. M. Starkweather, of the Sherman Street Methodist church, of Milwaukee, Wis., who tecently attracted a good deal of attention by forming a church club under the name of tho Christian Labor union, has a new fad. It Is In tho form of a circus poster, and announces to the world In language bristling with adjectives that he Is going to open a "hundred days' campaign against Satan and sin." The meetings, In the language of the poster, arc to be "brief, bright and brotherly," and there are to be "solos nnd sermons," bringing "spirituality" for tho church members, "saltation for the working men and friendliness for everybody else." The poster Is ornamented with a picture of Her. Mr. Starkweather, who Is a young man of more than ordinary comeliness. He was formerly a reporter in Oshkosh, and in starting his campaign against Satan he has (he advantage of knowing something of the game he is gunning after. In speaking about his poster ho said: "The object in going fishing is to catch fish " MsmaV Your Neighbor's for J t Infants and Children. tint Paregoric. Wife Likes pclions ? toscll narcotics MOTHERS, DOOyKNOW Sfllhout labellug theiu poisons ? v Cordial, many Soothing Syrups, and most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? , Bo Von Know that opium and morphine arc stupcf) Ing narcotic Bo Von iTimsv that In nioit countries drucgUtt arc not pcrmlttid Ho Von joa shou'd not penult any medicine unless you or your ph tlclan Luow of what It Is composed Ittiowtlut to be given your child j Bo Von ICilowlliat Caitorlalta purely vegetable preparation, nnd that a Hit of Its Ingredients Is puMlihcd with every bottle t Snys It saves tiniti saves money makes overwork unneceS' sary. Tell your wife about It. Your grocer sells It. Made only by Clairette Soap. no Von Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr, Samuel Pitcher. That It has been la uic for nearly thirty jcars, nud that mors Caitorla Is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined ? no Von Know thit the Patent Office Department rf the UnlUd States, and of other countries, have Issued eicla'Ive right to Dr. Pitcher and his aulgns to use the word " Cnstorltt " and Its formula, and tint to imitate them Is a state prison ufeme r To Von It now that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castorla had been proven to be nunolutcly harmless? ! The N. K. Fairbank Company, St. Louis. no Von Knnw that 35 nvcrngc docs cf Castorla are furnished for 33 cents, or one cent a dose? no Von Knnw that when possessed of this perfect preparatlon.yourchlldren msy be kept well, snd that ou may have unbroken GIVEN An glegeuvr ,teBin AWAY - ret ? Ing. Well, these tlilinrn fnc-Hl- are worth Vnovv They are facts. ili? Uphosfered- - j The Blgtintiirc o rW k it on every wrapper. Vahogany parlor gait. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Somebody will get this magnificent present I'RIJH and everybody ho makes a purchase of $$ or over will have n chance to Ret it; the drawing to be held January 1, 1S96, before n committee oi Owens-boro'- s representative citizens, at the I? $1.00 FOR TOM PHOTOGRAPH. FMTPE k 1 lead1 -full-The 'I ONLY LIKE THE KNUCKLES." h . '" rfj' ar I SSSLB b herself in buckskin breeches. She was a sufficiently satisfying spectacle to make the entertainment diverting, but tho audiences were not enthusiastic. Those who were near enough to see the stage wcro charmed, but the baroness' beauty was not so noticeable from the scats farther bock. Ilut a reason quite removed from her success or failure led to the sudden close of her engagement. One night, after the applause had been especially faint, the baroness went Into the foyer. It was late, but she was hungry and wanted something to eat. Pigs' knuckles were tho dish she craved. She must have them, she told tho waiter, and emphasized the fact by dwelling on it in Trench, German, Hungarian and less English. But none were to be had. Would madamc have a sandwich? Bui madamo wouldn't. While the discus- -sion was at its highest one of the proprietors came Into view. Madame was not draw ing much money to the house, j but she was a lovely woman. So he benignly to her story, but he j. listened nan to explain mat pigs KnucKies were not enough In demand to justify the proprietors in keeping them. "But if jou nre hungry, my dear baroness," he said, w 1th a gentle smile and benevolent look in his eye, "why, eat me." Maybe this daughter of tho Hungarian nobility did not care whether or not she kept her job. Her mind was then on pigs' knuckles. So she looked at her manager with u withering glance. "I only like tho knuckles," she answered. "I don't care anything for s tho whole pig." s.n'akc coiled upon HIS ANKI.r-fl-. Then she started out to look for supmoonlight shone through a rift in the per somewhere else, and there was a tho clouds his blood froze with horror as note for her In her dressing-rooho observed a large snake colled upon next night. The management had Ms ankles. His first Impulse was to taken advantage of Its privilege to terbprlng from the bed nnd shout for nfd. minate her contract without notice. 'Then thu thought crossed his mind DOG'S SECOND SIGHT. that the pluce was Infested with nemarkable Occolt Toner rostestcd y a and a moement on his part Fine Deer Hound. might mean certain death. There was L. C. Meachamp, living on tho edge only ono thing to do; wait perfectly of Arkansas, is n great hunter, and quiet until the old man should awake has a flno deer hound, Dan, of which nnd come to his aid. The leptlle rehe Is justly proud. A few days ago mained passive. The seconds seemed Mr. Meachamp was drag like hours, nnd it seemed ns hunting, und in order going squirrel to Dan at though tho unhappy drummer must home he was compelled totokeep him up. tie hprlng from his couch and shake the The hound whined and begged, but slimy scales off orgof runt Idle watched finding his master was obdurate ha tho sky fndo into tho gray which n, and ns a crimson streak shot iicross the sky there wub a movement In tho not room and u grizzly head appeared at tho aperture which fcened ns a doorway. "Hush," whispered McCannon, "for God's sake don't speak or I urn a dead man." "Wnl, w lint's de matter?" "Look ut iny feet," whispered McCannon, Tim old wan looked and then burst into a laugh. "I swim cf Tommy nln't mode jcr acquaintance. Ill, Tommy, coino a hynr." Tho reptile slowly wriggled from tho bed toward tho" old man, mid McCannon slowly uroMiusit diued. "He's a pet milk snaka o' mine," explained thu old man, '"nil 'penrs tcr muku as friendly with strangers as he does with me." Without u word Mo Cannon arose, drowsed himself, nnd, UOUNDKU AWAV OVKIl TUB VgKCE. laying n silver dollar on thu table, vt lust lay qulto peacefully before his his horso und started for kennel nil day, At ilvo o'clock In the afternoon, how I'nurmi.l (llrls Kill a Wolf. ever, when Mrs. Meachamp was beginWhllo out on horseback after cattle ning to look for her husband's return, home distance north of Harold, S. I)., Dan beeurnu so unusually restless that Misses Mary Mnrso nnd L'mmaSliult, sho went out to sec what was the matnged 18 and VOearscspcctlvely,sight-cter. In spite of her repeated efforts six wolves und promptly gnve chase slio could do nothing to pacify him, and 1o them. After u hard raeu one of the ut last to her utter astonishment h" uulmulswns rundown, and Miss Sclinlts broke the ropo und bounded away over dismounted, armed witli n heavy strup tho feme und Into the wood. Ho was und buckle, to dispatch It. Tho creature, gone probably half un hour when he showed light and caught tho girl's hand camo running back, panting and alin his mouth. Her companion came to most breathless, with his muster's bat her assistance, and utter a lively skir- in his mouth, mish Miss Schuiti contrived to get his Mrs. Meachamp became at once wolfshlp down while her friend tied Its ularmed, und culling her son they set feet. Tho pair then pounded him to cut to find Meachamp, the dog all tho death, brought him into town, and re- time bounding along lu front and leadceived thu bounty offered by tho&tata ing thu way, At last they camo upon for tho scalp. Mr. Meachamp lying helpless lu the woods, where at precisely five o'clock lilt by a 1'artrldge. II. j. James, of Jlockvllle, Conn., had ho had a fallen In a little ditch nnd broken small bone in his leg. The fin oxpcriciict recently that ho will not dog's knowledge of the nccldeut at boon forget. He was drlvlug to Mans, fleld, when a partridge that lint been tho very moment of Its occurrence seems shot by n hunter lluw Into bis covered of this almost incredible, but tho truth Is beyond dispute, carriage, striking him full In the face. stunned him for the moment, and his It face was slightly cut. The bird was I.. dead when found by Mr, James, after alli.k Tnn.tn.. .!.!. I . extent. recoierlng irom the shock. 7 VSl ' i rfe & Wrlto us a lottor covorlng these, three, points: SimFirst. Stato how long you havo known, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. if A mons Liver Mcdtcino." - K -Second. Stato diseases you havo known it to.curo and glvo tho names of hi m i i O'limUtt linithose, cured by it. w . ill d School PurnUutr win Pi Thibd. Glvo your opinion as to tho dlllcrcnco between Its strength and m wii: .1 U .i litd loom hit or $lo5' action, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver licgulator" mado by J. II. Zeilin iml. "i & Co., nnd tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattanooga Mcdlclno Co ; both of lii.vv- - v. jie jus! he .ike ou l.el good cvtr tliui vim li k ... which have sold to dealers at 0 or 7 cents per package, net, and should retail at wliuh t niveau ih'IIkum house not over 10 or 13 cents, if consumers aronot Imposed upon, whllo our Original s mplcs ol our unequaled article cannot bo sold at less than S3 cents per package, as wo havo too much redtsks and finest line ol parlor bints, l'loor nnd Sun. ping gard for human Hfo to uso cheap drugs in any of our medicines. Tho reason is Book cases ever jikI UIIKKAI. TRKAT COUK THOU in Owitiibom plain; Zellln & Co. nnd tho old proprlctorsof "Hlack Draught" wcro both enjoined Ever person, big, little, old or Irom deceiving tho public by using tho words constituting our trado namo ; there- MliNT FAIR and HONKST Deaii k, .l'YLlsll and Well M.idc Goods. young, blat k or white, rich or poor, fore, look out thatoomo dealer (not knowingyott aro posted) don't soil you somo The VKRY I.OWKST Prices. who lus ever used Dr. Bell's Pine cheap package at a profit of S00 or 400 percent., instead of otirGcnulno "Dr. M. A. Tar Honey pronounces it the best Simmons Liver Medicine," which you bo suro to specify, and tako no other, as thpre is nothing clso liko.lt. cough and lung remedy on earth On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco 01 It's true, too. so we guarantee. charge, a $1.00 package Liver Medicine, or on receipt of letter without photograph, Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. we will mail you a U5 cent package, free. Sco tho ailments, caused by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Ltrcr, Stomach, and Bowels, which Dr. M.A.Simmons Liver Mcdlclno has invariably cured sinco 1840. Sick Headache. Palpitation' op tub Heakt. Dkowsiness. Irritadili-Tr- i A Uoobtfnl Debt. Indigestion. Cold Feet. Enlargement op L1vr.1t & Spleen. SleepCholley Waldorf And how much General Lassitude. Dullness. Heaviness. lessness. Low Spirits. "Bread Is the Staff of does Upson Oownes owe you? Tired Feelino. Souit Stomach Dad Taste in Mouth. Constipated DowHoffman Howes Well. $40, bor- els. 5ein& Eves Yellow Biliousness. Loss of Strength & Flesh. rowed cash, and $30, poker money; but Coate d Tongue. Pains m Side & under Shoulder Blades. Foul Breath. I don't ever expect to git the last, as it's Glimmering before the Eves. Weight in Stomach after Eatino. Torttd merely a debt of honor. Puck. Liver. Flesh Soft & Fladoi. Acute & Chuonio Malaria. Bile cominq cr ih Mourn. Nervous Headaches. Memory Clouded & Indistinct. Wind A Gashing Hard. Colic. Piles, dy Ccrinq Constipatiov Producing it. Kidney Diseases. Wade Itather uncouth title Barnes, Fullness Blood in Head. Numbness of Hands, Arms & Feet. Belchtho farmer poet, gives to his latest book ing up Gas. of Bloatino or Stomach after Food is Taken. Irregular Arre-titof verse "Natural Oas." Heartburn. Dimness of Vision. Dizziness tro.v Suddenly Gettino Butcher Oh. he's right! There isn't Up. Suffocating Sensations. Disro.NDENCY of Pkeonant Women. Nausea POUND CAN. ONLY any metre in the whole thing. Puck. Before or After Eating. Vertigo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency or 22TOfc777'tVA Perspiration. Female Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so Cosimon to For alr b uvnis . Kt.u II itiind Ky Convincing. Appetite. PaiV.s & Aches in Joints. Loss Mothers. Flatulency. Grlbbs I've lost my umbrella four Chilly Feelings Dovnthe Back.of Limbs Feel too Heavy. Cramp Colic-S- kin times in the past two weeks. Dry & Harsh. Biliou3 Fevers. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness. Fret-fulneItlbb- - Hml An umbrella that you Detestation of Food. Sudden Flushes ofIIeat. General Debility. fvJame ot 1he Hext very, can find as often as that can't be of Teething- Children. Dvspepsia. N Envoi's Depression of Tired Women. Unpleasant Dreams. Spitting up of Food After Eatino.t-Diau-nnuj- A much good. Koxbury Gazette. of Children, nr Removing the Cause. Gnawino Sensations in StomA Sore Indication Lacking. ach. Puffiness & Dark Rings Under the Eves. That Restless "Out of "In love? I guess notl" Sorts," Not Sick and Not Well Feeling, so Common with "IIoow do you know7" People. It Builds up Weak & Debilitated Mothers and Fathers & Pale and VVil I- t- Annntmcfil in "They never sit silent for a mlaulel" Enfeebled Children, by Perfectly Regulating the Action of the Kidneys, Liver, Stomach & Bowels, so that Chicago Record. food taken is naturally assimilated. 0. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Prqps., ST. LOUiJS, M0. Not What tie Wanted to Say, Only fancy 8he (dreamily) a y we shall be marled. month from He (absently) Well, lefs be happy while we can. Illustrated lilts. V 1 -- When it (iorru LOUISVILLE FURNITURE I10USK, B. S. WOLF.H2 W. Main, Owensboro. Me," hUbTSS. Ballard's Obelisk e. The Purest, Strongest and Best. 25c PER -- ss Over-worke- d hi ihe T OF TIIE WED STATES all ft 1. 1. fiEai-iiBii-. When your child i. eatinjr snap or a piecceot brr.td put one ol llr Hel's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if there I any constipation 'here it will All dealers pass off just as edy them at a.sca vial Z Wajiif (Jrilliii & llro. pel . I i Ol November 4. 1096. Public interest will stratlilv increase, ami tho (linaiipnliilnit'iit ol thf men whoso voles turned the scale at thu lat elfctinii, vvith iim rmulH uinli-- r the mlminiatratiou thoy elected, will niakc thocdinpaigii tho most exteiieely excitinc iu the history ol I ho country THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Niti.sjKi.t: en rut-tier- s, A. S Tanner .in I relatives in OA'enboto thu wek I. V. Stewart. Tavlor Mines U visiting the lamily i V M. Ktevv.ut Miss- Miirv Woodward is out Hgmn after a short lilnc. Rev. I P. Hicks filled his regular rppointiuent ut Delilah, Sunday. Quite a large congregation was ,jnes He ent, to Ileal- him on hrfpti.Mii ably discussed the mbjt rt but carefully avoided all expressions that would wound the feelings ot those who did not agree with him. Aunt Francis Wallace is no better. Miss Tessie Tichenor, who has been sick (or some; time, is not improving as rapidly hs her many trieuds desire. The school at Sarvire Hill in charge of A. 3. Tanner closed .Stturday with upproplute exercises Mr. Tanner will enter school at Poidwille in u shore ti've. Hipsley Riggs is rapidly recoverinc: Irom n Ir.ictuted limb which accident im:i. wite. wi.l visit Bliss AmBB R2pres3nt ed by ni 4 ' The leadiofj Republican family newspaper ol the United States, will publish nil tho political news of the day, interesting to every American citizen ot party affiliations. Aleopeneral news in attractivo form, foreign correspondence coverinj; tha news of the world, an agricultural department second toniuio ii the country, market reports which are recocuized authority, faciiintinc short stories, complete in each number, tho cream of tho humorous papers, fiirecn and domestic, with their best comic pictures, laehion plates and elulmralode scriptions of women's attire, vvith a varied and attractivo department uf hosehold interest. 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W Bea Koom 2, Tribune Building, New York Citv and sample copy of TUB NRV YORK WEEKLY IKIBUMH vill tie mailed to you KnwDMrifMr isTCrtssTCrrfjcwmi Hartiord. DSLy. xo' ' happened while hu.tliii days ago. I'lie wood a lew lipv nth I.euue Pusidrtit und first Sunday. MUs lame Stewart wis chosen President ami Miss Lillie Shaver lirot Vice elected it new Vice President W. V. l. fL i 8Vil'. v 64 7 30 3 7 .- i & T ?"w Ml cba.rr.1 wii.i. acid. a.s.(.ra 4.a!ladbadaf alaibl.t. rN.kfok.. dlaka,.annaaCk.a, durkbla.vuift.la4 l'v I Prtsiient Ur.ounn III AHUUON A CO., CUrt la. IS, C.l.k.a, Clraulwafra.. O. d On 8cho idhip in the Leximr'on Business illej;c- - Call at this 1 fiice It will pay you tf c6 years ' or j artic t rx flood Old Cranny Mrtrall obi, Iivipk ot 618 Mi ntoe ft net, Mjtithat I)i, Hell's Pine Whenever a druggist tells you he Tar Honey ii the bent Riip cure, has something justasgoodlorcoughs, l rtmedy grip, etc., ns Ur. Bell's PineTarllons ctiutih. lunu and thrit Iiiin Ihcu oflefi-t- l to the irople ey don't you believe it, for we guar-- , iliirniK bet lile. Gitar.nttctl by. 5C, ante that is is not true. We make Wayne Oiiflin & Bio. the gsnulne inrt authorize ll druggists to guarantie it. Tnc L. H. Suthtr'iaud Co , Paducah. Ky. I'llrsl Vllr.l IlrlilnB rile. Pur sale by Z Wayne Griffin &B o Moiklute; lntrne itch fiYXiPTiiM ing and cHnBing,tuo.t at nightjwurre by scratching. If allowed to continue I.n.ll tumors form, which olten bleed and Auyore finding a bracelet with the ulcerate, becoming very aote. Swanr'n wil Ointment 8t'jp the Itching and bleed- - word "LaUra" woven on it, II heaiH ulceration, ana in moil please leave same at this office. tf cues removes the tumors At drug- - was lust during Fair week. Dr. Sluts, or by in ill, lor 50 cents, 3wayue& Son. Philadelphia. "How s Cnre nil Nklii IHseasra," NHlr, K,, j?tkwtliit DESIQN PATIHTtl. 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