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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF PROFESSIONAL CARD. 2Bo. anoCOc Borrus, KSfS'" F.W FlOYDACO owenssono, ky. rtn $: "l"M' m PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. , OWUNSBOKO, KY. Will prnctica his prolession in Davitts ami adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Dank o( (Jommcrco Building, LA WY ER Jua.n. (Jlruii, J.fl.n. Wedding, ...VfeX'il HMflnftaMsni likiffllNimu VOL. VIL1. ess33Sis HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1896. DRINOS THE PAnDON. Document tat the lis Drops the I'rrclousCon net. t'eot of the wan n dog that brought liberty to It a convict In tho Kentucky penitentiary itccntly. Tho Intelligent bruto acted nil a messenger between Got. Drown nnd the felon, carrying tho pardon In lit. mouth from the executive mansion lo tho prison and, after gnlnlng admittance, to the recipient of clemency himself. Tho dojr Is the property ot the governor, nnd the convict Is 0. 0. Garden, of Louisville, who was sentenced two years ngo to servo a term nf eight 3 earn for manslaughter. Tor somo tlmo Oarden has been employed as a "trusty" at the executive) DOQ I NO. 28. Latest U.S. Gov't Report LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, of r Anile rnon'i liaiaar.) Highest of all in Leavening Power. jrTor fvfearly- Jul njru trfira uixi atwr.il axiii run aiuj ffCsv. f i I it sa f.suu fu'j remttL. EJ7J fTrSCtl V tn B m Br1 r, ?' H Rr Br. BIBaa8saraabkafflS li. i '1SV N tasw i!u isr r-.Air rrrf cap, n B?Ti 14 SH-f- i mw- - WPillf1! t'Ioies Xj.33 .&. aesufflu''E! hi Sj d. -U Baking Royal Powder atf&esFa Will prnctico thcir.profcsston in al tlio courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Alto Notary Publio for Ohio county. ABSOLUTELY PURE A men W. U3i.Ta.oa uftu. Smlthi, IY AT Law f I: t 03 0 0 CO Thero hud been n brief interval ot silence, and ho felt that ho ought to say something. "I see that the students of sociology havo figured It out," ho began, "that Ho paused, as It In doubt whether ha ought to proceed. And Then He Propoaed. education" it 0 61 H V G "Yes," she said, encouragingly. education Is having a bad effect upon matrimony," he continued: "especially the education of women." "I never did believe ln too much education," she said, softly. She waited for him to speak, but ho sold nothing. "I am glad I never knew my lessons, anyway," she added. Some men aro alow to take a hint, but they are quick to understand when they are hit with an ax. Ho saw tho point. Chicago Tost. "that jLOCf 2P3r oeiit, taao the DEAnEU or olad tidings. g 23Cn33L5LsOro.es"t- - - WHITE FOJ! Sold CATALOG VE- .- by authorized deal ers or direct from mansion, dolmr chores and running erspecirands. The dog, a men of tho shepherd breed, Is a family pet nnd Is unusually intelligent. It was a part of Garden's duties to look after the animal, and they came When tho to' bo fast friends. prison doors were opened In tho morn' Ing the collie was there to meet his convict friend and accompany htm to tho mansion. At night be returned with his striped playmate to the grim porWhen the pardon was mode out it was suggested that the dog bo permitted to earry the welcome of freedom to his friend. The paper was Inclosed in u stout envelope and given to the an-- , Imal, which was told to go to tho With a wag of Its tall It left tho mansion and ran down the old accustomed route to the prison. A telephone message apprised the guards of his coming and he was admitted without delay. Harden was In tho yard patiently nwaitlng the arrival of tho governor's messenger, never dreaming that tho dog had been selected. Catching sight face the dog ran up of the to the convict nnd laid the envelope at his feet. The glad cry of happy surprise that tho overjoyed prisoner gave vent to on catching up the official envelope and tearing It open was reechoed by a succession of joyous barks from d harbinger ot good tidtho ings. de-toty. well-know- n four-foote- In order to save time the young man who had come for a marriage license handed In a card containing the names ot Nokkoluus Blohockcnschhnpfl and Varina MorfF. "Thcso ore tho names of the par ties, I Bupposo," said the county clerk's deputy. "Yes, sir." ,,ii . ''' "You aro Mr. Bl Ul " "Yes, sir." "May I ask how you pronounce that name?" Two coughs and a "Yes, sir. sneeze." ClUcago Tribune. Love's Anatomy. Mr subclavian fossa disgusts her. She scorns my parietal bone, Tet sweet Is my love as the m'ornlne That breaks ln a tropical zone. To her I will bend my patulla. On her fix my optical ray, In thinking of her my medulla Will wear all Its "pla"nway. Yet, tho' perish my poor oblongata And the pith of my ossa decay. Still to me she's the persona grata I most like to find In my way. London Fun. lie Understood. "Walk right In, dearl Your supper's ready, your slippers are right Where you eon find them easily, and your pipe und tobacco are on the writing desk, handy for youl" "All right, Molly," groaned the tired, suspicious husband, "you can get that Atlanta new cloak Eipllelt Directions. ( , THE MILKER CO., tals. MANUFACTURES, i.&fr.w. . V HAKTFOltn, KT. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio Died at the home of his son, S, J. and adjoining counties, and court of Hawkins, near Hartloid, January 8, Appealt!. Special attention given 1896, aged 68 years, 7 months and collections. Offico cast side of puti The subject of this sketch Biiuarc. 12 days. was born uearHopklnsville, Chiistian M. L. Hkavrin. Shelby TAylor. county, May 26, 1829. father, who was an officer in His HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, the Revolutionary War, engaged in fanning and merchandizing at that place for several years and then movHARTFORD, KY. ed to Henderson where he continued Will practice thier profession in ail in business until his death, Strothcr the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining J., the (ather of Prof. Hawkins, mar- counties, and in the Court ot ApSpecial attention given to ried a Miss Gnbriella Madison, who peals. Office, next door to was, no doubt, related to Governor collections. Bank ol Hartford. Gabriel Madison. . Prof. Hawkins moved to Ohio Perry Westerfiold, county in his early manhood where he engaged in teaching and few are the families in the county that some Beaver Dam, Kt. member of which has not been his pupil. He married MissM. K.French, R- - R. WEDDING near Be da. Her mother was a Hud son, and her father David French, who came from Lexington to this Hartford, Ky. county and was one of the pioneer Will practice his profession in all families nf this county. the courts ot Ohio and adjoining Also Notary Public. Mrs. Hawkins lived to the age of counties. Office, in Commercial Hotel. 65 years and only preceded her husband four and a half j ears. Prof. Hawkins had been a consistent member ol the Baptist Church for He was AT mote than twenty years. Mft IVta-filMbaptized near Whitesville by old Bro. 1,. Ilnwltlna- - Trltilllp in .lie Memory ol Prof. Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. Attorney at Law, W.H. BARNES Httll Hartford, Ky. WvVOT'IV.V'Ti. ? '5- - " 3 Vs - JLK. V -I' ViiKtJisi. 2Sendreon5lSyj r,..,,f,..-IM. eiMrsrKssawwsaKwrsaE axeaesnavssszir, The Lexington Business College. (INCORPORATED. f HOME NEWSPAPER A "AW A v' V r- - Whether lie he a Mrnttrr or a ln'xirer hvittis in nr r t s "all town or city, or ii Ncv Yurie tni'liotnite. the first nn'l h'ot pi, r to him is the ore prin-tWhft do the bit; irnrrst lu.nti NewYorfe 'loi'tr-- mnourit to cimpirctl to the Hi't'OiiT n: in nr the M'un'nin Visitor to the litt.itb c re hit tits cl the patts when- - the-- e i"all publications THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. may be u.ttui w? While thrv may (Corlfl KllklSt etl4A Ail Cvllicr) . tdsliMt Olllrlal .Joirrnor of th .jii take some oi the lul.iilii-s- ami many HAV ..sura ttx lliff of tlient tlo. vet the one they read fin-- t Dtonwr.ltli .ml Hi. l'rc.ldrnt 0( f li. Mat. Collr... llH'lMIi:.M)r.I 111 It. amir ol .iicr.Mlul atultnta. Iium talirlf. asarritate JiundrrUo( nml with the iiiosfintetej-- t it the one Uutn.Riiil.nr tlnllnr rr annum iiio.i.ullKI'INCJ tauatit by 4rti.nl Ilual. ptintttl by tlicii ovn people in thrir atati nm I'roWIre from aimi to rf1nlla Mi Ivxt Na iahih. ao lliHik Theie is lonicthinK n inn rractlral llnalurM nrlmrntfutwrl Mmmntaul rtrrrltncaa tioek. neUhborho.)"l iwr k.i Inml-sc- t type, AlVAItlt OP WOItlN'H m. attractive m the bit; "American I.i:llllN I'JVI'OMITIO.N IntDtlila ( oIIpc, Bj. .something pleiiMnjj to thtir taste in Ini ( iflioriliUml." laual.tto th. tiraili( tlila anj !. the unique items about them and i:nInnrnrnl lllslirat cn rrpurler), from tb. aulbora failnunt nj tlila avati ni . 1 Kr.hlllAlIIY PerartmHlt r.nilord y tluir nc gebors. Train Mapil lift, ant Uaillnt ral. war anil Tlif Only Nclioot In tlio tomranlaa The home neivsptper comes first' .irlit r ratine a complete Hallway tyittru lur n U."Iti"1oI Itaplucjnita Everybody scans every always. IKNTKVC MMVIIIITAI. I'HAtTirAT. (laaa ltorli,U VIOVIuallilerMirtrnenta cee il their name apocar.s in to 7S.ooa.ua (Jusrantro tliat niir (clicre m renrente.1, or mon.y rrfunileit Klrffnnl ril.aV lit iLDI.V.l. owneif, rrcrtnl anil (nniMifJ Ir ua imy way. Perchance they tiny not artenia f o m't lha ronlremfnla nf unr InatructlonM iiimnp minn have the slightest idea th it they will Wjilpn. r.rfwt Tentllatlon. Tin larireiit nn'l nunl rcrleclly pqnlrrl llualn.. itlrtftlli..lrlln& print, a kind o( gnmulini; nnture, nth.Haa.li. IlluilraleaCataloiuiifrr.' AuJren C C CALHOUN, l'rinclral, llnton. Uy. which eveijouepo'eBses, which le.idn them on. And then il they espy their nam?- - mentioned in a plensant way, though they may feicn displeasure, and snv, "I wish it hadn't been done," it is to the lucky individual a source of great pleasure. 38JfesSE! ( vttSBnlTrnd Mnrid ctntnel. t.J all palest All men to some extentare vain and Ijtliitit rcniuftcil fr llni1Ki:TK I IW. My ftu4itnit'rtiainli it vuiiityofth Itci'Ornft. conceited, uml Ihounh it is developed nfu.yCcIi.ii4ikrhvcurifti;uitiiuaniunur)Uttea t'llJuHJ1 tkcccl'iori l.o'urp. urinvcnlion.Wiifk to a greater degree in some than in ftrl li n in Huttimmi ni lo.utv&ntjiccii clAimeJ. ' others, it would beu rare person initi j (itct'itt'ttttttf j ml ny fte lrf IJach deed that had none ol it at nil iiVhcangti ip).'J ri'J a ttttl .; iihfJI ; ttttt i9 altmritit, Jnvi,iui" I nw," lnt fit Iocl gossip is read in the local full i .fbrnir.Kin t t irre ,U ComniUDl il)uo Cos!ial : Mrlccr;ktccUJotIM. paptr What lire jou what Wind of n ."KAWKLIM M. lOUC-Antione of another .. dte-- s Miss .Marieball? v.. i:z::tn ;. tL3 1' Kir en. It matters not place wore to n to on. Hut get jour home paper i;oncc I wavt etary man snd won In tliu Anil! and ne a tl scnp'.ion ot our daughtaud Wblskr Hilt. IntarentcJ i.toftLe Opium on thtao ill: er's trousseau and jo"""' reat' tuy uooka aablta to liaro one AaUraii II. !. roclley, Atlanta, Ua. line. Yes, every bit cf local gossip Bos Hi, and ono will ba tent you (rcn. read and discuss, in the home td. Sometiincsits n birth, sometimes No a death, sometimes a marriage. h$$&n d matter what it is, every name beetns lirailiar to all, and It II. l'llatrillPlOlllnV,Si(IIII.U'llt-rl- l hence for this res n the home paper fills a place whete that of other cities ghe Best Line between can never claim prestige. Though the Utter may be better and more mtiltoiious, they must sick their ut-anl s -- IBB'rifllil Whenever a drugfrist tells you In (orcoughs, Papers. has something grip, etc., ns Dr Hell's IMneT.ir Honey don't you believe it, for we guar-anThe II Mite iiewiipi'ier i' tlie first that it i not tine. We makf pajvr in tin1 PM-r-s of evmbotly. It the genuine nnd authorize all druggists to I'utrsinltc it. The li. li has a peculiar cliifiii, n ptciilnr C . I'aducah, Ky. ilearsr to the hearts ot the Sutherland Uy7. Wavne Gritiiii &Hro.. is lJor sile how druggist.and Kenirow Iiros Nirrows. people titan itny tithtr no matter nttie or siipt-ii'i- We Like the City Dailies But Love the Old latgc to patronage, tluir most partial readers where they ate published and where they ate "home" paper. tc Joel Ellis. I have known Ptof. Hawkins for 16 years. First as teacher then ns mentor, counselor nnd friend, and can say of him I never was in his company any length of time without learning something of value to me. As he remarked to ray school only a few weeks before his death, while I was hearing a class in history: "I am English to that extent tuyselt, once and Englishman always and Englishman, once a pupil always a pupil," and when I pressed his hand on leaving at noon practice his profeseion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Offico next door below Commeri cial Hotel. WILL vl A'HTOllNEY AT LAW, a. :m: :bjtzije:t'j?, i in' lite nmke-i- t i. Ky. Jnpllll'- - liliill.ll.llr.l II II III up. The nn'min itton of Frank W Jop-Hwho was appointed postmaster at Ivlizitvethtownon the Sth of last Aptil vice Mrs Knuly T. Helm, whoe com mission expired, is still hung up in the Senate, a though neatly a 1 the potimsters appointed during the It session have been coin firmed. tint Joplin's confirmation is delayed bee ttise ot SenUor Bl.ick burn's absence. If the senior Senator were here nnd express n desire lor action on Joplin's nomination he would get it. It was stated at Postofiice Department this Htternoon that it Joplm should be rejected Mrs Helm, whom he succetded, would not rt" sumu the duties ol postniaster, but that the President would have to Of appointment. m lUe another course he could re 'appoint Mrs. Helm Wash. Cor. Cour-iil he'so rhsircd. Journal, n, ei A PORCINE DRUNKARD. Keatacky Animal That Gntatea Whtiky from a Bucket. Just across the line from Laurenes-burKy., In Mercer county, there Is a large distillery, owned by one of that county's most reputable and influential citizens. This man mado a discovery a few days since the like of which was never heard ot before. lie has for many j ears owned a white pig, of the Berkshire variety, which was the pet of the entire family. The pig. Instead ot staying around the house, made his homo constantly In tho large whlaky warehouse nearby.andwasfcdatthisplaoe, never leaving except for a few momenta at a time. About three months ago tho distiller noticed that the nose ot his pet was taking on a crimson hue. He thought rather strangely ot this, but didn't give tho matter much attention. g, Tke VflrJ.w Confesses. He How do you manage to make yourself so popular with all the old baohelors? Widow I ask them for their advice. He And do you manage it the same wny with the young ones? Widow Oh, no; with themlridlcula theradvlce tho older ones give. Truth. Had Gone Oat. lll!llt I Ule-r- h cot-ititi- hamm 0 A BIT i in.i--viiti- :. n lor HeiMtnrl.f. As a lemedy for all lorms of Hetd-ach- e lilectric liitttrs has proved to be the very best. It efTects a permanent cure nnd the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a fair trial. In cise3 ot habitual constipation Etectric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use ol this medicine. Try it once. Only I'ilty cents at Wilriams & Hells Drug Curt" Caller Is Mrs. Hlghupp at heme? New Olrl No'm. Caller Ah, she has taken advantage ot this delightful weather, I presume. New Olrl Yes'm. Sho said that all sorts of people would be makn' calls on'er day like this; so she went to the dentist's. X. Y. Wecftly. A Reputation In Peril. You'H hear ot Mrs. Gofrequent trouble In the Higgamore family one ot them days. Mrs. Alleaxft Dear met What Is it? Mrs. Oofreqnent I overheard my husband saying the ether day thatnig-.famor- e was awfully stuck on May Weet Chlcogo Tribune. L. T. Barnard. A Horn Fighter. "No, sir, a man with a face like that E. E. Sutherland Med. Co : is never n coward." Gents: I write this letter because "How do you know?" "It's so homely that he couldn't have I believe you have made a discovery nny fear of spoiling It." Chicago Beo-oi- in a cough, cold, throat and lung remedy that the people ought to have. I refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. I TTorila. have thoroughly tested it and know If you have gracious words to say, It cures. its wonderiul merits. Oh, give them to our hearts Any one who ever needs a remedy of But If they hold for us a sorrow. keep them tilt the last be Tray never should this kind -- U A. W. Bulletin. without a bottle ot Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. JrmuY M Portkr, JUDGED BT APFEAKAKCKS. Glass and Queensware, Paduchah, Ky. Jan, 15. 1895. For sale by T Wayne Griflln&Bro , druggist, and Renfrew Bros , Narrows, Ky. e. d. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to si Colbusiness entrusted to his care. on Tuesday beforehe died, I felt thatit lections a specialty. Offico with th was thelast iarcwell of one of my best county Attorney. Also Notary Public and truest friends. For to know him 3ES. JST3ESj.JLm, ' was to love him. His last days were (Qmnty Attorney) surrounded by oil the comforts and cxi JC&W;: kind attendances that a loving son, a daughter-in-lannd aflectionategrand HARTFORD, KY. children could administer, A burden Will practice his profession in the nobly borne, a duty nobly done. Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. "They have their rewards." Special attention given to colThree children survive him: S. J. lections. Offico in Courthouse. Hawkins, of near Hartford; Mrs. Ga- x JNO. B. WILSON, briella Hunter, of Smallhouse, and New-villMrs. Annie Lashbrooks, of near Besidesa large circle of friends HARTFORD, KY. and relatives mingle with them their given col SPECIAL attention abstracts,to &c., tears. Sorrow not dear friends for making they only laid down the sword alter nlso Notary Publio lor Ohio County. a long and noble fight a victory i3 Office North sido of public spure. assured. Over the pall ol death I see the finger of hope pointing heavenward. "They have their rewards." IE. Attorney . Attorney ai Law J. R. PIRTLE DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Or A BOOZE. Is prepared to do any and all kinds Prices most of Dental Operations, Office over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for painless extraction of teeth' . "1 r" Store. A SERIOUS RIVALRY. Three Coinmlltrea on IHrctlona and One Committee Itosm Canaes Complications. Tho creation of thrco committees on elections In tho house of representatives bus raised a serious question among tho respective chairmen where tho committees uro to meet. All of them hold thnt thero Is iv dead level of equality among them, ns to innU nnd that ono Is as much entitled to tbo rog-ulcommittee, room as the other. As the accommodations at the capital nro limited tho question of precedence threatens to beconin nn ominous problem, nnd nt hist accounts tho speaker had been appealed to for his judgment. ar .!. y thinking that possibly the pig's nose hod been hurt In some way. Last Sunday he had occasion to again notice the pig, and discovered that Its nose was now perfectly red, and It seemed very drowsy. Ife atonce came to the conclusion, which proved to bo true, that tlio pig was a confirmed drunkard of the worst type. It was a custom ut tho distillery when a leak was found to place a tin bucket under the barrel and catch tlio drops to stop paj-eti- s tmmmMmi Louisville riempms. ANP men-tiont- , tho leakacre. This whisky was clven to the bands at tho warehouse, and they were never In a great hurry to repair the barrel. Knowing that the pig could get whisky In no other way ex- cept out of these buckets, he was, watched and was seen to go tnfl bucket and drink ut least a quart, after which ho Would smack his jaws together and utter a satisfied grunt. The distiller thinks tho hog acquired the whisky habit ot drinking the distillery slop, on which he was fed for along time. No attempt will be made to break him ot tho habit, Strict Execution of Law. m Also Itnm and to Cincinnati and- - LCvansvIllo. i ,. . Do not purchnseii TicWt North, East, South or Wost ' Until you have consulted on Agent of the 0. 0. & S. W. R. 11 JIOUIillNKQUIfllKNT JJHITUD TJtAINS, IHJM.MAN iltll'I'KT WEARINESS In women, that norvous, Torn-ou- t tooling, aching, coimu to an end with Dr. Prescrip-tioi- u ilerco'n Favorito It restores your strength; It putanew lifo Into you: It Urines you back Into tho world again. It Is n po erf ul general, as well as uterine, toiilo and nervine, oepoeiallr ndanted to woman's deli- catu wants. It regulate anil promotes all tlio nat(J ural functions, anil builds aH up, invigorates, and curw. LYfJtorl. iotca. wlfo Iruproved Dn. P, V. runcsi Slr--My to health jmiUiinlty from tbo time sho" tnklnir " r"nvorlto Vrescrlption until now. Sho linn been doing her own housoworlc for the past four months. When she beran takinir It, tho was scarcely ablo to bo pn ber feet, the suite rod so from uterine debility. I can heartily recommend It for such crocs. JVO, been obtained, havo closed down, and they will remain Inactive for pn In- -. ilellnlto period. Tho owners it tlio mines claim that tho nrarkct Is flooded with opals, and that it docs not pay to " work the properties. Mexlrau Oranges and I.rmona, The cxportntlon of Mexican oranges and lemons during the past twp months Sevhas reached Inrge proportions,, eral hundred ear loads of the fruit havo passed through San Antonio, Tex., during tho past few week, en route to fit, Louis, Chicago nnd eastern markets. Perfect Kclio, The most perfect echo In the world Is said to be that ot Shipley, ln Buhhux. It will repeat 21 syllables. A Opal Mlnea Shut Down. All of tlio largo opal mines at Qucro-'tar- o, Mex., from which tho prlnclpa supply of thoso stones ln Mexico has JIN I'.CHQJ.S, I 4 T. 11. LYNCH, Gen. P.us.Agt Gen. Mgr. OUISVIIXU KY. In Surrey, Kngland, where there Is on order thut dogs shall be muzzled durAn Apparent Discrepancy. ing the hot weather, the police carried Bbe 1 dou't know what you will oft a whole pack ot hounds, while huntthink of the widow. She Is a great fa- ing, for vlolaton ot the order. Torlte with the girls. He is that so? I understood she Mr. Will Sklllriian has had the sote He has tried many was good looking. Bay City Chat. eyes for years. doctors and reme ies, and has always Hard Lines. failed to get reltel until we solddiim , '"Just my luck!" tube ol Sutherland's Eagle Eye a "Ehl what Is?" which cutrd hint Inside of onf a Salve, "Neighbor has fallen heir to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey week, l'uck. well and cures. Res'y, sells Impartial. M, Mi'.vmt & Co , Big failure ot Smith's, Brown Buras, Ky. 1895, Januaty 15, wasn't It? Any preferences? Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has Jones None whatever. Borrowed done a great deal more for me than wherever ba could. Brooklyn Life. t can be told by pen. W.H.Skii.lman. I Iluias Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne GitHln & Children Cry for Bro., druggist, and Rentrow Bros,, . ." "How to Edit a Country Paper,"by Farmer Cornshucks, would be as appropriate as an article, "How to Farm," by Editor One Idea. The average editor don't kuow a hoe Irom a sulky plow, nor a corn row from a He could not sweet potato patch. take a pair of mules to water without getting" tangled up in the rope, and he couldn't tell the difference between young persley und a gourd vine. u. skeleton in) She Every family has Neither could the average tarmei tell The edIt, and ours Is no exception, a comma Irom a handpress. He Er sor-- I see. Judge, itor certainly knows whether he prefers roasting ears or pumpkins to eat, The Vforat. nm vii.Iaii. Mtjin,! In enlirfi and a farmer knows what kind of a ,,,.. mU!ied grBndrcamma, reflective- - newspaper he likes the best, yet one is inscperable to the existence ol the Jy. "And the worst," put In Ethel, who other. An editor would be possuiu-brain- ed idiot to quit eating biscuit epoke from experience, "Is the slow1 beause the farmers raised hay, likecoach." Bay City Chat, wise the farmer would be a pltable As It Btreek Htm. collection ol lunacy to quit a good Little John saw a small tug engaged. paper because the editor says somedn towing a large ship, and heard the thing he dosen't like. tug whistle loudly. "Oh, papal" he exclaimed. "The big "boat's got tho little one by tho tall, and From early child. it's squealing!" Youth's Companion. hood until I was ' grown my family; spent a fortune , trying to cure me I visited Hot Serine's nf thi diienif.. r LlllMMIHtl ' wMk I MUM BL. lt DWh vTMk.r. Wwih llllht mIsiu. M fai)y la m4 trlM U.-- a Wuih, li vlihanl vtiUtg Ui audi. T Utj klU, U BUklM 4M poll, U rtiL Britjat, rlUbe4 4UbM, Mt BMlfol "If.. ! Htkltvl .flifm im114 audio-iUiU' lUpU dlalM BidtaAtfturrilorr. Tk IT. IMIA1IIUSON Jb CO.! CWk I I I tlrabl.wiai(t.ClaUriIiMa . II. ffeUmkw, tf. Wj ttUka, hm. Caatp. Bp.B H V BuM Maul JBXhI H Mfl BsW afafBk 5( esH a? k IrBHH LBaBM lsBsBalV Baal ibbuJbbI ' V A TaiW ft H la KvHi laBvaaBBj C&veAU, J 9jm.VLBBwaao enititiDcisconaucicuior moderatk rcca. rATtnTurricK inuucii uikkium: w syuvav. ntiu vv-- m' We ftdviae. if Datentabla or aot. frca of (Itir tmm not dti tilt latent la McarcrL ' HOW tO ObUln TataoU." Wltl. '. at B.u.ui cost ot tune In tht U. S. and fortlfa wuQtric aftaurcu, ICDl WCC ilnn. vtiirv aad Tradtv Marks obtained and all Pat C.A.SNOW&CO. on. Patint Orrie. Wabhinqtoh. D. C. R I P A N S ONB GIVES RISLIKP. ECZEMA and was treated by the best medical l mm. lint was not benefited. When" B 1 failed I dt I iermlned to la K I B Bafl try S.S.S. I Unionihsvvasf and In four 'entirely cured. The terrlbls eczema i t iva. rrnne. nnt a. sl?n of It left. Mv ' general health built up, and I have I never liaa any rciuru ui me ui.cmk. . ' all things hid F CI ft X I! I I Hive oiienrwommendedrUL&and 1 have never . tnnorn fallum Iaiminl . , . -- -" IkO. W. .,,....., .."".-- . Nover una 10 cure, even when all other remMIIMIisve. uor I rut l on blood and akin uiaeawa inaiieu free to any address. , Iffigjaa OAVIATS. Wa&aas"TI(ADI MARKS. .,.... lSurrows, Ky. Pitcher' Caatorla sss Wit X ...... CHILDHOOD 1 Foa Infarrnatlaa and rrue llandboo write la MUNN A CO., IMI UaoaDWav. MSW Yoit. la Anartra, Oklaal fcoraau for McurtrK KTtlT rWil Ukan out Lr Ul U troujh. bafur Ilia nutua tij a Dulioe (Iran true otc&ant la (Lav DSBIQN PATIMT GOPVRIOHTa. .toJ " I I trECIHC CO , AlUau, ba. li, uta ahouU lie without Aadr-a- a, Vvaaklr, ai.Otla MUfTA UU, laaritlJUaUmoriUia. taneat clmUtlen bplaoJUIr worU. of aar aclaaUOe rapar fa tke Ma luulluaal IliuatrataJ. lT)auuma,4lll Uruadwagr, " ykCita . fr ,wtT rsV' - WS - FJX' "?" "B W Hartford Republican rUDLIBUED EVEHY FRIDAY MOKNINO HAH A. ANDERSON.. I Attortlio Commonwealth ney's oilico should bo abolished nud tlio place filled by tlio County Attorney, docs not meet with universal np probation. That FRANKFORT. News Around the'Capital as Viewed by an Ohio Goun- ty Man. got Judge Pulliam Pardoned. - ...KdllDr, Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Feuruary 7, 1896. Speaker Blanford nnd Hon. C. M. Harnett seem to bo in cahoot. Another oration from Hon. Cy Brown, of Christian county, is in or-- , dor. will bo tho boom that booms in Ju'no that will wear tho laurel wreath Of SUCCCSS. Hon. E Dudley Walker, ourdis. tinguished fellow citizen, is n possible Democratic candidato for Congress. The Democrats of the District would make no niistnko if they nominated As between Demo Mr. Walker. crats wo aro lor Mr. Walker to bo Wo would regret to sco him suro. nominated, however, from tho einiple reason that wc do not wish to see hi 111 Even his made n sacrifice lamb. quaint ability or his gray hairs would not savo him. Hon. John W. Lewis would givo him suc'i n walloping as ho never dreamed of. An Effort Being: Made to y It i Mrs. General Grant cclobrateil her seventieth birthday tho other day. Sho is in excellent health. ballot resulted inn stiiitll ballot on a point of order between Hood's Fills become the favorite Senator Bronston, of Fayette, nnd cathartic with every one who tiles Lieut. Governor Wnrthlngton. It them 25c seem'! that Representative Johns, ol Koflcc1 Triixn j nml l.trlirra, Floyd, wished to change Iront somes jiarllla I will necessarily be rhent Irom what by dropping McCreary and voting for Dlackhurn, nnd In connec my office some during the next two tion in explanation of his vote, Gov. or three months, ami have selected W iW Saturdays nud the First Monday in WorthlnRton thought he was not coneach month nnd the wk following fining himself to one explanation simply, but indulging in n regular the First Mondav as mv . office davs. see me will find me I speech, so ordered the ballottiug to Those desi, n ptocced. Bronston raised the point at my office on tho? e days nnd nt of order and a general wrangle ensued. such other times ns mv business does JERKS. A silver Convention is to bo held Last evening the Republicans held not call me away. Z II. Siiultz In the early history of the State, a caucus under lock and key, nnd Tho rest Co. Supt. in St. Louis on July 22nd. of tho Democratic party will hold its intinerant ministers were not so nu- this morning I see the Courier-Journ- al This testimonial is unsolicited and merous as now. As a result their Convention in Chicago. contains the entire proceedings, for the benefit cf hunnuity. My Reports circuits were larger nnd their labors including a set speech from Dr. Hun- daughter lias been r ubject to severe The office of Register of the Land much more burdensome. ter, enbodying a suggestion or order colds and croup and olten taVen with The expeOffice is entirely useless and is a great riences related by these old soldiers of from Hunter, to the effect that two violent cougiiiiitf spelu in ni'.'lit L)r superior to nil others. Bell's Pine T.ir Itonev 11 the onlv this week to her home at New Mad-r- ut Sheriff's Office. expense to the State. The quicker it the Cross, aro in some instances most Democrats must be unseated at once. preparation I hnve'lom.u Remember li. L. Biillington wl en tht will reCall on Bullingtou, the barber. is abolished the better. Your correspondent two hours lieve her. I tiling it i. 'is necessary The most noted among thrilling. you want a good, easy slinc. Two t;entlemen named Laslie and in the house-holas n Hie presi rvrr since, not only approached Dr. Hunthe early Methodist pioneers, was Bucklon'o Arnica Snlvo. on n steamboat Ues'y Roberts living out nt West View, beThe fight for the Republican nomi- Peter Cnrtwright. In his ter on the subject, but various Repub- Jan. 18,1895 autobiogThe Ur.sr Salve in the world for H L fore the couit Siturday for disturbing nation for President, so far, is be tits, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt 202 W.ilnuVe St . Louisville, Ky. raphy ho relates so mo incidents that lican members and all concur in statSPF.CIALTY; the peace The lie was passed and n Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chaptwesn Speaker Reed and conFor sale by '. Wayne Gnflin&Brn., would astound a modern Methodist ing that not a word of truth is McKinley, with McKinley easily tained in the article in the Courier- - diuggist, and Rentrow Bros., Nar- blow was struck. Mr. Laslie was ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat, His description of the preacher. nml positively cures rows , Ky. asked to pay tour dollars lor the part J!"1 leading. Piles, hVANSVILUi, IND. Jerks is highly interesting. The Journal. h. plned ... .1- .- uflair, and .... case nnteeu or no pay required. It is guar- It is thought the object of the arti to give perfect satisfaction or Office 416 Upp. First st. Cticul(r, .llr t'liffpr It can bo said of all those who sent young members of protestnnt churches cle is to arouse theprcjudlec of Sound We notice nn article in the Messen was continued ns to Mr. Roberts be- motey refunded. Price 25 cents per probably havo never heard tell of Money members to such a degree they ger of one di.y latt wel; to cast re cause of the absence of witnesses for box. FOR SALE BY Williams & in solutions to tho Courier-JournBell. tf Our fath- will drop nnybodyand vote for Black- flection on Mr. Geo. L. Mottter as a the commonwealth. prize story and who failed to obtain a such n thing as the Jerks. American Stoam Launiir Mrs Nancy Slrillrnan, nn aged and 'prize, that their foresight was not as ers, or at least our grandfatbers,know burn to beat Hunter. But the mat- musician and christhn worker in his I'niNCirTO.v, Ky., Children Cry Tor all about them. good as their hindsight. ter will be diecussed in the public relation to Rev Jas F Vollrtrdof respected lady of Cloverport, died Docs the finest work of nny Inst week. She was ninety-twyears When this country was being set- journal ere this reaches you, so the Louisville. Fj: fifteen jean ,Mr laundry in Kontticky The Prince Battenburg, who had never tled; when the sound of the settlers above relating to the affair is suffi- Motler played for opsr is, balls pn of age, and the mother of some ol our ('nkirair. work i. nil gnarntuetd, Goods most highly respected nnd influential received anything but abuse from axe was often accompanied vate dances and siloons andgimh-lin- g by the cient. I will be at Field & Holbrook's sta are not torn up, but nro rcturn- the English press, would have died veil of the savage, or the scream of hells. During that time lie was citizens. Among them are Mr. A. B. blein Hartford the first Monday in Your correspondent visited the pened in good condition. Skillman cashier of the Breckinridge each happy if he could have known all ihe a "painter,'' we had revivals that itentiary on yesterday and met with considered an accomplished utusici in, month until Mav, also the first good things that same press would say were revivals. Matt Pulliam , of Breckin- but just as soon as he begin to blow Bank, and Mr. James T. Skillman a day of Circuit Court. I castrate stand-n- g Lauudry Shipped on MouTho gcspel in that day, rcturnod 011 Friday. ot Cloverport. Her ot him. ridge county, now and for several his lungs for the glory of his God he tobacconist and tie the artery with Surgeons day and time was not pounded into daughters were Mrs. John Allen MurSaySiivo your work for me. is attacked by thcOwensboro Messent, which is absorbed in four They years past serving out a sentence in The worst abuse that President the ear of a tired people. Pulliam seems to be as ger. This however, is no stu prise to ray and Mrs. Haydcn Webb, both now days. The only safe plan the prison. Cleveland has yet received came would go ten miles or more to attend happy and contented ns one can well those who known it best as it Ins dead, nnd Mrs McGarock. Ridgelings carefully operated on. When a person be Haistioi:i, Ky Agt. It is thought that Hon. D. R. Mur-ra- y Terras from Senator Tillman, of South Car- a camp meeting. He has been on the trail of men of God far be with his surroundings. reasonable nnd satisfactions came convicted of sin at one of these nf this county will be onions those olina, which boasts of Haynes and of knowing that he some time. the consolation guaranteed. L. T. Baiinard, To be sure from all we reaJ in the who want the Democratic nomination Calhoon. Things have changed and meetings, ho was all broken up. He has friends, not only in Breckinridge Beaver Dam. He went forward to county, but over the entire was penitent. State. blood thunder Messenger we would for Congress in thisdistnet this year. are passing strange. the anxious seat and pleaded long and Our own excellent Representative, not be a bit surprised to wake up Mr. Murray is a man of superior abilBetween Senator Blackburn and earnestly for forgiveness. It was at Barnett, in connection with Speaker some morning and read tint the good ity; an accomplished orator, and an P. Wat Hardin on one hand, and those old time revivals that the peo- Blanford, of Breckinridge; Rice, of editor had plowed uo hell with a bob. excellent lawyer. He is a stropg ad- Who lUby u lick, gtre hf r CmtorU. m vocate of ftee silver. A sinner under Grayson; Senator James and others tailed rat and pinpshingle Knn-vinMr. Henry Watterson and his crowd ple had the Jerks. Wh ihs wm a Oitld, i&B cried for Cutorta. Miss Anna Bassett of this place has Whoa iha became Mix, nbs clung to the ability of the Messenger to wake on the other, the Democratic party conviction, or a professor would be- have been interesting themselves in CutorU. 1 I IKW.M.St. bids fair to be great, only, in "that come so excited that he could not his behalf, and from thq best intor-mati- up all the trash in creation we rfraim gone to the Lucy Webb Hayes train, When aha haJ ChlUna, sli gare tim OaatorU. from resurrecting "hot slaws." "cold irg school at Washington D. C I can get his pardon in the strange spell, a name." control his muscular system, hence OuiINtt 11110, Kv slaws," or any other kind of slaws. where she will prepare herself lor bis arms and legs would draw up sud- - near future is a foregone conclusion Every young man in this country d enly and his heed wr.uld jeik to and Pie hunting is the order of the day b"t simply cry, if any thing could be missionary work. The school is Gold Crow ns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns by the Methodist Episcopal Ilolriij MtUce. where opportunities for rising are so 3 to 5 It was this peculiar involunta- to a gnat extent with a majority of found more closely allied to the bot Church. tro. Best stt ol teeth (no better made Taken up as an estray by Claude tomless pit of the interests of his Sagreat, should have high aspirations. no matter bow much you pay) . $8 action of a person that was called the numerous visitors in and about ry The colored public school nt this Farmtr, living about three miles Of course some must fail, but he who Jerks. Cartwright gives some amus- the Capital. How many applicants tanic Majesty we know not where it Gold fillings $1 up of Whitcsville. Ky . in Platinum Alloy place closed la.'t Friday. The school South-we- st '. . can be found. for the various positions I do not . $1 never tries will never succeed. "Not ing examples of such cases. Ohio county, on the 27th day of Jan Extracting, pet tooth was tiught by Professor Robinson as25c know, but I am satisfied they are nufailure, but low aim is crime." uary, iSyO, one white and speckled Painless extracting with Vitalized A certain woman he says was at sisted by Miss Dora Maxwell, a public iii.i. merous. Who will win? ah who? A. Godshaw went to O.wnsboro entertainment was Air 50c To bo a succsssful business man, the alter when the spirit begun to civen bv the bull, about two years old, smooth J. W. M. Extracting free when Artificial Sunday and returned Monday. school Friday night, at the colored crop and underbit in each ear and Teeth .are ordered. Office permanentsays Jno. Wannamaker, you must be work upon her and she was seized appraised by G L. Evans at $s 00 Clnra Bennett is visiting her sister Methtdist Church. JiiiIisv II rut, 11 lor Circuit J lillie. The exercises Given under my hand this anunrv ly located up to the times and advertise. Just with the Jerks. Her hair which was Judge Eli H. Brown hasannounced in Owensboro this week. consisfed of songs, recitttions, adA S. Auu., J. P. O.C. 27, 1896. so, if you do not let the people know platted, finally canm down, nnd at to his friends that he will be in the onososccieasisaioMsisjisia Rev. W, K. Cook returned home dresses etc., and were z highly creditayou are in business and have bargains every Jerk of her head her long plat race for circuit Judge next year. The Monday. ble to both teacher and pupils. We will furnish you the Daily nnd of hair would crack like a black snake election does not take place until how can you expect them to deal with W. II. II. 'a ' was the gucs.t of Mr S. Iv. Smith, a prominent colSunday Courier Journal nnd Tin: whip. you. Judge Brown, his sister in this place huesday. November, 1S97 a ored Republican of Owensboro, has for one year for 3 25 a Another person who was attending while not contemplating an active r Robert and Jentry Davis went to announced himself a candidate for Maj. McKinley's Presidential ono of Cnrtwright's meetings, being canvass at the present time, deemed o Owensboro with a load ol tobacco delegate NWHIIIIM c DOCTOR m H to the Natioual boom is in fine condition. It will re- under conviction, went out into his it wise to let his intentionsbe knowu. Friday. S atSt Louis. It is customn-r- y quire hustling ameng his opponents to field to havo a season of prayer. Ho He has an extensive acquaintance in Henry Godshaw who has been in for one of our delegates to prevent his nomination, if the signs got down on his knees in the midst of all the four counties composing the Bowling Green for the past year has be a colored man. This is proper nnd 7i w of the times read correctly, and it is a patch of weeds. in s repeated v. because ! Before he had district, and a wide reputation as able returned. just. Tne colored man it is true is riouj diseases often follow trifling 5 not to be appiehended that they are prayed very long he was skzed with and profound jurist. Owensboro InENQLISH J'rof. . L. Elmore who taught the greatly in let.te I to the Republican far wrong. K you ire weak 5 public school at this place has re- party lor the freciloiu that he now en- w the Je.'ks, nud before ho had gotten quirer. T ami Etntrilly aa moved to Owensboro where he has joy.s Hut fiey hive nobly nnd Ay- luuitcd, nervoui, S over them, he had mashed down sn.l'IHIK M'lUMJS, nave no appetite a The Louisville Commercial claims secured an agency in nn Insurance ally smo I by the and can't work, Z of After a great deal of clever diplomin , pirty, both in time begin nl once lak- - u that the Louisville Font is not good weeds over a space ten feet square, Ing tho most rtlla- - Z Every ono should read the auto- acy upon the part of the friends ot Company. May he have surcess in 01 adversity nnd prosperity. Tney Republican authority. Does the Comkle strengthening Z his new work is the with nl his nu. have demanded little nt the hands ot te medicine, which is S biography of Peter Cartwright in or- both parties, the for Coughs, Colds. mercial now claim to bo good RepubUrownt Iron Hit. Ji has been indefinitely postponed. pils. thepaity, and have received little and ttr. licncSt comes S i Is beyond Consumption lican authority? If bo when did it der that ho become acquainted with from the very first S Louis Iglehatt and Mr Bryant, Ho.vevcr they richly deserve recogniquestion the greatest of all Mr. A. S. Aull will soon have comthe doings of early protestant minis dose. become such and how long will it remodern medicines. It will stop pleted a large, nice business house at Marshal county, are the guests of tion nnd .should have it. Mr. Smith S ters, Cough In one night, check a cold In IT CURES S main such? Thomas Carson, NoCael:, this week is a representative man of his race nu a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, this place. g Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver and curt Consumption If taken in A serieo of meetings will begin at excellent preacher and n Neuralgia, o A building committee, consisting Troubles, Land Salo Por Taxes successful ed The masses of the Democratic partime. " You can't afford to be g Constipation, Impure Wood, of C. F. Boswell, Geflrge Ncighbots the M. K. Church South nt this place ucator. He has done m ueh to imit." A 25c. bottle may save your g Malaria, Nervous ailments 2 ty in this Stato are for free silver. life I Ask your druggist for It Send By virtue of Taxes due me as SherWe think Mr. and Iv.G, Kirby, is rapidly pushing Saturday night Feb 8th m:d will be prove hii people. Women's complaints. The suund money element, though iff of for pamphlet. If the little ones have g Cet only the genuine-- It has crosseil red 5 Ohio county for the year 1 895 I the work on a new Methodist Church, conducted by Bks C. F. Williams Smith is the man for the place Croup or Whooping Cough lines on largely in the minority, are running will on 2 DROWfl CHEMICAL the wrapper, nud Charles Rogcsttr. Monday, the second day of near New Baymus. CO. BALTIMORE, Ma 5 use it promptly. 5 P.oniN I! oon it tun to curt. the party, or, al least, trying to, all March, 1S96, at the Court House door Charles Leach, Sulphur Springs, A few nights ago some party, or AIIDranUu. f tMH0Miailaii)MMHiis ot which shows as how the tail can in Hartford, Ky .sell for cash in band parties, forced an entrance to Renfrow was here on business last Sit unlay, ACKER MEDICINE CO., 1 IIAI.VO. J(S .6 IS Chatnbeta St., If. V. sometimes wag the dog. M.rts. the following nnmed lands nnd town Bros, store, at Narrows, and prized The tobacco business is on a boom R.I.P-A.N-liiimi 0 to satisfy said tax and cost, viz : open the cash drawer and secured at this plaie. The CturierJournal of January lots, Ayer's Cherry Pect"inl is known Died, Jun 10th, near Sinallhouse, km. Tar and cost about $400 in silzcr. They also 28th said: "Yesterday was as dark searched the ticket, nnd postofflces, by its works. The experience of half Mr. VtMti Faught. He was a good Black Heirs, as the ways of Hunter." Very true, nCGULATC THE M.L Heavrin,agt . .700 $1900 but finding no money lelt the offices a century pioves that no other prepf citizen nud w ill be greatly missed. perhaps! But then it was not bo dark Bartlett, Ben F . . . STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS arations of stops coughing 5 95 without taking stamps or other propMr. .701 Bratcher.Rockport, will AND PURIFY THE DLOOD. as the gloom that settled over tho De- Brndshaw J 4 25 erty. No goods were stolen. John and allays irritation ol the threat and move here soon. IHPANS TAHITI H aro tho arts 3lfdl. mocracy of the State lost November. Foreman, Mrs.L P &Sister 13 on the second bronchial tubes yo promptly and Renlrow was sleeping Mr. Vinceu, Centcitowu.has moved r.r loOltt.tl.n, JlIUoanca. as this balance Tho darkest of days is not so dark as 7 5o floor nt the time but was not awakenlln.Ja.bf,C'oD.llpi,lloa,l),.p,v,U,l),ro.0 to tlie IMiiiond Rowe (arm. l:lrlr.ul.lr..lM.ila,M,ll.at'Iplt.1on, I Gain Coal Co Kj.ei.Urj, Offtn.1,0 llrralh, and all dla' that. 870 ed by the thieves. T. J. Miss Nellie Robinson, Sma'llhouse, rdera r tho Momath, Llrcr and llowcla. J SpM-llt- l .Nolll'V. .. Mills. Amy 15 . . . . 90 3 75 nipana Tal)uls onntaln notlilnir Inlurlous la All persons indebted to me by note is visiting lriends nnd relatives at Wnciti; are ths eternal principles Morton Mclvina . . .63 &."" ,tt'?M'.,ln. AniWnllo I 7 40 ' Unlike most proprietary medicined, llitK pi uce : 8 IO .1.. iriiiiit.', nf Ilr. I. P. Aver's S.ir- - or arcount will please come forward Miles, Chas 150 of Democracy now? Mr. Watterson .r,li,c??.rltAdor,'Jr'o", Ohio County Fair Co . 32 i Mr. John II. Wood returned from saparilla and other preparations are and settle nt once or thty will find his views of the financial Rains, says that THE niPANQ CHEMICAL CO.. 20 John W 5 I" Uuiverrity Saturday nud them in the hands of nn officer for DePaw wsnttJcESTnsw.nEWYouKcrrr. who question are Democratic, and Brer. Schedck, Is B 25 5 05 cheerfully sent to any physician , ,MttM,MI,. opened ichool here Monday, A D W111TU. 'ijipurti i;ir wiciu. jiciicv mc njiciiui collection. Blackburn says bo are hls'n. Which Watts, Ham P . . . . 190 Ansuvoir. and 2 town lots in Rosiue , 21 00 favor accorded these in is right? Well both nro wrong. Ili., lur i OIISCMNN. TOWN LOTS Maudnrd remedies by the world's Fair The Ilawesville Pluindealrr sajs The Democratic party has no princiBurden, Finis 1 Cromwell . . . 5 35 commissiot'ers. I C Adair, Cashier of the FordsIs n mil' The Hon. lake Uowesay-h- e ples worth mentioning. We'll send you our General Cata,,. Herrel.JasRi Cromwell , . , 845 didate for conirress. While here Sat ville Bank nnd general financier, spent logue and Uuyers duldc, if you Matthews, Henry F I Foidsvillc 7 8? Itr Jiuiif", TiiUpn llio I'loiir send us 15 cents In stamps. That n few days with relatives here this urdAy night he made three Those Armenian resolutions adopt- Taylor, Wm T I Beaver Dam . 6 ijf Fhanki'ohT, Ky,, Jan. 30. pays part postagaor cxprcssure, and speeches and shook hands rtilh every-- 1 week. rjlancock Clarion, Miller, Mrs. Hester 1 in Hartford 9 85 keeps off Idlers. ed by Congress will probably be ir when Senator In the Senate y, . " 1240 Morton, Kva& Sisters 1 in It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; body in range. led by tho Governments of Great Persons paying before day ol sale Brouston's remarkable resolution to Full of Important Information no matter where you buy. 700 Paces, Bridal, Austria, Franco, Italy, Bus-si- n will be allowed a liberal reduction on investigate Dr. Hunter's cituenshnp Tina 12,000 Illustrations: tells of 40,000 in the above came up, Dr. James at once challengmid Turkey, as ono of tho most my costs included i TABLETS Judge J. H. ( leu n 1,1ft our offi 'n articles and right prlco of each. Ona C. P. Kkown, S O C. amounts. that Wedneatlav nlteinonn with u sick ti ed the resolution, He bt ik-profit only between maker and user. extraordinary coses of international act it. BUCK EYE such n thing had never been IimiiI of toget U3 ,m bl3,,e, 0, npp,e9 and meddling mi record, Yet, tberois AiHerllnril l.i'llrrx. MONTaOMERY WARD & CO., before, but alone introduced into a ns he has not yet returned we are Letters remaining in the Hartford litiln d'Hilii ihnt every word in thoso 111.116 Michigan Ave., Chicago ISJUSTAOCOODFORADULTS. nfraid he Im 'ee t foilly deilt with resolution U in accord with the pub- V. O, if not called for within 30 days grave legia'atlve body, like the Legwill be sent to the Dead Letter Office islature of Kentucky, Wl.cn J inu-WARRANTED. PRICE SOots. Would bcth'iu 'ul lot nny infornntioii ELECTRIC TELEPHONE lic Hi'ii itifiti nl this country. at Washington" D.C.i ICURES NOTHING BUT PILES.! Bold AutHaht. a .la., J CntanoroMltr, Hcarsey Wanle, Miss Arrie Glecn, B Beck was nominated for the.Senate, concerning him 0CU7. oWr w sold Ital year, 000 tottlM of (ienllmni Lorn, hop. tor ioroc. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE OltOVK-TABTi:LKS3 tlllU, TON 10 and bTB J. Wesley Dickson, Clay Vatble, Miss no questions of this kind was over HoAiin oi' Supervisors. lDoa and bait aalUr on Mirth. rtiiMteqoTta bouiiht Ihrfo areas alrsadr Ihla ytar. in all oar ai. EW3HfiIRSraJ,-!l:!i- l known for IB years aa tho Ajrrnta utnka fWiui tv luttfOnrr 1jr. Alls Chapman, thought of, much less raised, and it caneuca o( It roars. In lh druii bualnua. baro Oot Id ra ilamAa mauiiia aal. sn .11 iua MM. never sou au arwilo that aavo such ualrersal sau. Persons calling for the above letters was a iDEST REMEDY for PILES. naubbora. irina tnjtruaiQti, bo iota, worka Qbw WS WhUi Ml UU Uuuo. DmH fact that he was tough Sirup. Taalua (Mllon as jroui Twdo. Yours Irulr, q p,qr,gji,M. C Kf'renCryfor in llina. please say advertised. 80I.U 1IY A I.I, llKlKJOIIlTa. J of foreign birth, I, very one honored Aimiiaina 400. M rr,pt,itT8tC2iK:t urs CO., bt.lobij. lima IVarranta.l a Til iff ' ' U I W. II. Ghh'Kin, P. M, He wished j Pltchcr'g CagtOHfl. For sale by Williams $ Bell. the uaiueol Beck aaaaiasrr V'lta. " W. f. Nimtm a CoClsrk 10, Cl umVIus.C s Lewis, who re Hon. Bro. Howard, of tho good 'county of Butler, is making his mark. Great deemed the 4th District in a gallant fight against Montgomery, is a candimen aro quite numerous in Butler, to Congress. Mr. dato for The best thing that can bo said ot Lewis is very popular with the people tho State of Kentucky, is that it is of this District and it will go without not under Democratic control. Baying that ho will have no opposition for tho nomination. The Democrats The Republicans In Congress, be- aro beginning to look around for their ing now provided with a Cannon in stiongest man to put forth against both House and Senate, aro ready for him, and well mny they do so. Jno. tho battlo to open. W. Lewis is tho peer of any Demo Bun-yocratic statesman in the 1th District The death ot Hon. Theodore U. S. Embassador to Germany, nnd when the vote is counted next gives Mr. Cleveland another $17,00 November his majority will be greater than it was in his last eloction. position to dispose of. W. John 1'ranki'out, Kv , Feb. 4. There are many objects which pain-ct- h the eye to behold and tuakcth the Roth orheart sick to contemplate. gans murt uudcrgo torture, If affairs in nnd about the Capital arc objects ol ocular inspection. The Senatorial deadlock necessity-in- g a daily ballot nlways resulting about the same ns the preceding billot is becoming nionotomon indeed to characterize this measure ns an imputation upon the man who had been sworn In ns n number ol the Legislature of Kentucky twenty-thre- e years ago, nnd tepcatedly tcturncd to this body, and three times elected to Congress. Kach time ho swore that he was n citizen of Kentucky. It was unworthy of the men who had introduced it. It was n confession of defeat. It was nmatterwith which this body had nothing to do. Itwns none of their business if Dr. Hunter was elected, the Senate of the United States was the only tribunal who had a right to nsl: such n question. Ciifnrrti In (tic Ilrml Is due to impure blood nnd cannot be cured with local applications Hood's Sarsnparilla has cured hundreds of cases of catarrh because it purifies the blood and in this way removes the cause ol the dUei-It also builds up the system nnd prevents nttacts of pneumonia, diphtheria uui) typhoid fever. c. I HARDINSBURG. Forsonnls and Itnms ot In torout irom tho Capital of J. W. ELECTION NOTICE. Smith ct nl ) to Petition. Sell Whisky, etc. ) J. W. Smith et nl having lodged with the Judge of this Court n petition for nn R ectlon to be held In the town ol Fordsville, Ohio county, Ky . on Thursday, February 20th, 1896, pursuant to the General Local Option L'tw, said Petition being now filed of record, nnd said pctioticrs having deposited with the Juiliic of this Court sufficient money to defray the expenses hereof and ol said election, it is therefore rrdercd that the Sheriff ol Ohio county, Ky,, be nnd he is hereby directed to npcun poll In each of the voting prccints in said town ot Fordsville nn the iliy above mentioned to take the sense ol the legal voters ol tne said town, whether or not the Inv now intorce, prohibiting the bitter nnd loan ofnnd traffic in spirituous, vinous nnd malt liquors, in said shall become inoperative. The Sheriirnforesaid will advertise said election ns required by law, and the Clerk of this Court is directed to prcpatc ' Poll books" and ballots lor said election as the law provides. A copy Attest: Breckinridge t ILKDiNsnuno, Feb 5, 'ort. Mr, Finnk Hnswcll is at home from nu extended trip in Knstcrti Kens tucky Mr. II. C. Murray and Miss Lamar ol Ctovcrport were in thecity Friday. John P, lluswell Jr., Iluriel Heard nnd County Court Clerk Owen Out-- I Mrs. itattle Gupton iiingham were in Frnnk fork last week. Dukedom, Tonn, on the L. Another disaster occured II. & W. H. R. last week. The track spread nud the coaches were thrown SIckHeadnchonndNouralglaCurod oil. J3e er.it passengers were aboard, by Hood's. all of whom were well shaken, but no "Hood's Bannparllla has donemo a great one was injured. deal ot good. I liava been a sufferer from Circuit Clerk R. S. Skillmnu is Ick htadaohe and neuralgia nearly all my able to be at his office again, niter lite. Th pains had become so Interna having been confined to his room that tny hand would cramp tor hour bo that I could not uae them. Ths doctor several dajs with n very bad cold. told mrhuiband there was llttlo help for Protestor Joel file, who teaches at m. Tlio different medicine tried had neatly dlibeartened me. Blncflualngtiro Glemlane this county, had several of bottles ot Hood' Barsaparllla I have his pupils betoie the County Iioard of examiners last week for the purpose Saraa- ot passing nu examination, in the common school branches. perion.Oarllttloboy The lollowing pupils from n dishi been troubled tance, recently matriculated with the with hi throat bnt D. M HockKK, C. O. C. C. Breckinridge Normal College viz: Ince taking Hood' BarnAparilla, orenra By Oscar Bishop, D C. Miss Kattie Mattingly, St Joseph and hoarsencaa havo cone and ho la better In health." litis. MATTin GtWO, Ky. Parte Harncd and Mr. Roy Hnr- Pursuant to the foregoing order I Dukedom, Tennessee. Get llood'a. nei1 of Hudson Ky; Miss Mabel Stith, will cause n poll to be opened nt time Hood'a Pills become tlio larottta Hill Grove Kyj Mr. Clifton Payne, nnd places nnd lor purpose named 2icparbOL. Ilarued Ky and Miss Delia Atwood, therein. This Jan. 20th, 1896. I'ftr FHlr. ' county. C. P Kkown, S O. C. One scholarship in the Lexington Miss Lillie Scott has returned from Business College. Call nt this office ,'Lost. On Saturday morning Jan-ur- ay for particular:). It uill pay jou. an extended visit to friends at Clover-por- t. tf 18. 1S96 notfilty yards from the Mis Nellie Parks, n charming Court House, a 3S caliber Smith & The U. S. Gov't Wesson, central fire pistol. Finder young who has been visshow Royal Baking Powder it returned to trie iting lriends in this county, returned will be mMm - wl ( Gave New Life 1 H oocrs dTures 1 Mis-ouna- n, d Dr.. i. umaer P, Pitcher's Castorla, w e cat-gu- Marvin 13hanj)ox, 25-i- g Loais- - I & on ill i Feel ge n ge flaws ith-o- adly Frr . lodavr gown's Green-Phalle- n de-bi- I Bitters iili. S TABULESj tho-kiw- l J I ilmS TASTELESS !"" well-kuow- n Right Sight Sure Saving Shown free-silv- er re-m- fill lllllj! II OINTMENT T'DNIC t s a I well-kno- I at 1 fc? a & aaat.aavaT -, ,iSa t TJrvsSrirErftjrs. wi.ii.1 MJjJ' '" ii(Bii PdBPWlBft " "htlLjJI i The Only One To Stand the Test. llcv, William Messrs. J. C. Kellcy nnd uo. Milo lcr, McIIcnry, gave us a pleasant call $i.5 Juiiih pants one at l'.ilr Tiros. & yesterday. Co's. Mr. and Mrs. II, P.Tayiorandson, $10 Ouiuoats $G fit l'ulr Dros. & John, arc in Waxahachie, Tex., this week, Mr. Taylor went on legal busCo'a. $2 Iloota now $i 50 at Pair llros. & Co's. Awarded ighest Honors World's Fair. 'DR; E LBS. ;.jt 111 i In New .Jersey, mid wlm himself Hpent iniiiiy jears ire.trliifr for tha practice of mullcinc, lint subsu. fiicntlj entered tlio ministry of the II. V.. Clmrtli, writu: "I am cl.ul to testify that I havo had iiimlycil nil tlio K.iisap.irlllaprepar.i. tlnin known In the trade, lint Copp, whom fntlier u iilijHlclan for over fifty jertra, the entire line at cost This is no idle talk to draw crowds, ut an actual fact. We guarantee every article in winter wear to be as stated. Below we give you sonic prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former STOCK OF Pall and inter goods wo have placed OUR jJKJwVft. li CI TitOirvAV AYER'S tlio only ono of tlicm that I could recommend as a blood.tiurlllcr.Iliinn Riven away hundreds of bottles of it, as I consider It tlio safest as well ns tho best to bo had." Wm. Copp, I'astorM.i:. Church, Jackson, Minn. VERS Whon In doubt, nsk for Ayor'a Pills Fresh Maclciel nt Stevens'. Stevens knocks them out on gro- cedes. l'o r cheap Goods, call nt A. D. White's. We 'Sarsaparilla THE ONLY WORLD'S PATH can't be under-sol- price 50c. Water proof 40c, former price 50c. 54 in. Ladies clothOOc former price 75c. od in. Cakson & Co. 22 pouuds N. O. Sugar for$( at Stevens'. Don t luil to see our Cloaks. Cakson & Co. Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Brancy Born to the uite ol I. P. Thomas last Wednesday, a boy. I'urc crab cider for sale by P. W. 22 6tu I'irtle, Hartlotd, Ky,x We carry a big HueolGroceries and " Funlture. Carson & Co. Dark calicoes 5c, worth Oc. Fancy ginghams 7c, .worth 9c. Dark satines 10 and 12i, worth L5c. Bed blankets 75c, SI and$1.25,worth$150 per pair. comforts worth SI. Bed "'IS Por cheap Stoves call on and Hardware, A. D. Wiiitu. II you wfcat the woithcf ey call on L. I). Stevens. jour mon- Wc carry n lull and complete line ol Furniture. Carson & Co. Remember that A. D. White will not be undersold by anyone. 9Gc, D 62 '" W tj. Ladies ribbed vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth $1.2:1. Millinery reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo' en hose 24c, worth 35c. Ladies union suits 98c, worth 81.25. Liidies and gents ovcrgulors 73c, worth Col fish, Pickled pig feet, chow-cho- w, sweet pickles, etc.,at Stevens'. Our Grocery Stock is always fine and wc can't be beat on prices. Cakson & Co, Mr. Louis Schapuiire, of Heflin, and Miss Iva Craig, ol Onensboro, were man led jestetday by Rev. Fred Hale. Our reduction in prices on Overcoats and Cloaks has made business good with us for the last tew days. Carson & Co. Capt. Cox's new safe for his Dank arrived Wednesday evening. It is If you want lunitutc come to the Macneale & Urban Safe, made Carson & Co, nt Hamilton, Ohio, and is the same pattern as the Morgantown Deposit $1 Comlorts and niankcts nt 75c Hank. It is a double time lock and Fair Dros & Co's. is n secure safe. Dr. J.W. Meador, Trislcr, is in The following named persons have Frankfort this 'veek. paid their subscription to Tun since our lastissue: E. D. li you want a cloik at half price, come to Carson & Co Walker, J. L. Carson. C. B Sullen-ge- r, HartlordjT. D. Owen, Llvermore; Next 20 days big bargains in every fas. S W. Bennett, Andersonvlllc; line ntPair Pros. & Co's. Eudaly, Ceralvo; II. J. Wood, White Remember that we will not be un Run; H. D. Hunt, Beaver Dam;T. II. Faught, Horton, Dr. A. B. Burd, CAKS.0N & Co. dersold. Oklahoma City! R. L. Mitchell, Wes- New Ducks, dark percals aud caliteifield J II. Scott, Prentis; Wayne coes at Pair Pros. & Co's. Paxtun, Cromwell. We ntc determined to sell our Revs. Smith, Morton and Brown Clothing. Carson & Co. closid a two weeks meeting at InHeadquarters for the best chewing dependence Schoolhouse. near McA. D. Wiiith. tobicco in town. IIcnry, on Tuesday. There were It will pay you to see our overcoats more than 40 conversion and on Wednesday Rev. Morton baptized 40 and cloaks. Carson & Co. persons as the irults of the meeting Dr.J. R.Pirtlc will go to Caneyvllle in Church membership. The whole Monday for n lew days on business community is stirred up as never beA new We are selling our Millinery goods fore in spiritual matters. church will be organized at Independat less than half price. ence. The brethren have began an Carson & Co. interesting meeting at Hamilton, held County Court Ksq. A. S Aull which promises good results. Monday in the absence of Judge Jno. . ' On last Sunday night the revival at P. Morton. New Harmony Church in the Little Rallatds Baking Powders is the best Bend, closed after a continuance of on the market nnd you get more for The meeting was contwo weeks. your money. ducted by the pastor, Rev. M. M. Hon. W. I. Rowe aud Dr. W. M. Hampton, assisted by Revs. James Worflen, Centertown, were in town H awes and Jo. B. Rogers. The Lord Wednesday. bountifully blessed the people. There Render, was in were 6 additions to tl(e church, 13 Dr. A. F. Stanley, town yesterday. He has just return- conversions, 15 or 20 renewals, and the christians were greatly revived. ed from Memphis It was a glorious work ot the Lord. Accidents are happening every day. On Monday Rev. Rogers baptized Fire is an accident. You had better four ol the candidates at Enola on insure your property. Green River. Postmaster Griffin has had a new Having adopted the Cash plan, I letter box put up on the corner by will quote you the following prices on Capt. Cox's new Bank. goods; 20c Wc can't be undersold on anything Arbuckle coffee perlb 16 pounds granulated sugar for . $1.00 s general store, kept in a 20 pounds nice white sugar for . t.oo Carson & Co. 3lb can nice peeled peaches for . . 15 Judge Jno. P. Morton and Hon. E. cans Tomatoes (Polk's best) for . 25c D. Walker attended U. S. Court in 3 3 cans Polk's Corn 25c Owensboro this week. 3 cans June peas 25c Col. W II Moore.Snlphur Springs, 3 can beans 25c was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. 3 lb can Apricots 15c Dr. i:. W. Ford, this week. . Dried beans per pound Prof. C. M. Crowe will open school Flake hominy per pound A. D. White. He will be at Fordsville Monday. assisted by Miss Lula Johnson. Mr. Thos. H. Sutton, recently first-alas- Reduction in llros. & Co's. every line nt Fair iness, What matters it to you if we do W CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Crape Creim of Tsrtir Powdtr. Free "torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A lose three, four, five or six dollars on an Overcoat or Cloak? We are preparing for a 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 -- 91 GO. Wl A New Financial Insti- tution Established by a Popular Gentleman. Some Notes Concerning the Manager. CAPT. COX AT HIS OLD TRADE. Since Capt. Cox began the new building on the corner there have teen various speculations as to what would be done with the building, but all doubts have been removed by the announcement that the proprietor wjuld open upa general banking business in the corner buitdlng and the store room would be occupied by the popular firm of Fair Bros. & Co. Monday morning the doors were opened and Capt. Cox appeared behind the counter in his usual happy mood, ready to accommodate his old friends and patrons. Capt. Cox has always been regatd-e- d as a substantial business man, and is a great friend to the old sol diers. During his connection with the Bank ol Hartford he made that one of the most popular banking houses in the State, which reputation it still maintains. Below wc give a good likeness ol Capt. Cox, together vlth a short biography. to-d- ay YOU WILL GET THE BENEFIT Of it. We are offering Men's, Boys' and Childrens' Clothing at greatly reduced prices. We have also fixed a price on our Woolen Dress Goods that will make them go- - IF YOU ARE IN NEED Of any of the above, now is the time ior you to secure Bargains. We have the goods, but don't intend to keep them long. . THIS SALE WILL NOT LAST Longer than about two weeks. Come quick where you will see the best line that can be found on this mundane sphere. 2c .... ac . E V? V h V worth 8325. Ladies heavy shoes 93e, worth SL25. heavv jeans pants 99c,worth$1.25 Men extra quality Men SI. Boys boots, size F0,11 QTAtt and 13, for $1, worth AND $1.50. Rubber boots $U.75, THINK laundried shirts 49c. Overcoats that sold for $10 now 6. Boys overcoats $1 up to 5. Men hats 49c up io 83.50, newest styles. All wool suits $4 up ty $15. Extra quality Mcintosh coats $7, worth 88.5o. k for J. N. Grady, will go Don't miss this chance to buy a good Overcoat or Cloak ior a small to Louisville to become head booksum ot money. keeper for Johnson Brothers, wholeCarson & Co. grocers. Mr. Sutton will leave for Oscar Whitler, ol Fordsville, was sale his new home February 1. OwensWe don't propose to carry one arrested by the Town Marshal Wedboro Inquirer. Cloak over for next season. Come to nesday charged with seduction. Carson & Co. and secure one at less Catarrh can be successfully treated We must reduce our stock before than half price. moving to our new quarters. Now only by purifying the blood, and the Wc arc going to sell our overcoats. for bargains at Fair Bros. & Co's. one true blood purifier is Hood's SarII you are in need, now is the time to saparilla. Mr. Sam E. Tayloi was killed buy white you can get them nt tour I.ual Ntrnyrtl or Niultn. Wednesday evening in a coal bank own price Carson & Co. A large portion of A. D. White's near Cromwell. He was 24 years ol hard, hot cash. Having tried the age. credit plan for some time and finding We have reduced the price on our it wanting, have adopted the cash Clothing so that anyone can buy a system as the only plan on which I new Suitor an Overcoat for a very can do business. I have tried to small sum ol money. bridge over by carrying same ol my Carson & Co. friends, but find that it takes money Our Overcoat stock has been reduc- to pay my bills and that open ac Don't you know that it pays to sec ed greatly in the last lew days and counts will not settle them. So whetc jou can buy the cheapest? will not last long. Come quick and hereafter please save me the unpleasDon't j 011 know that $1 saved is $1 antness ol saying "no" by payingthe secure n bargain. Causdn & Co. made? A merchant buys where he cash lor goods, I will not sell any Mrs. Jennie Craig, of Thruston, can get the best goods at the lowest longer to you on time. This means and Miss Catharine Craig, of Elisor, you and those who owe me, and just price mother and sister ol Mrs. T. L. Grif- whatitsajs. I will either sell for fin, of this place, were two of the Jast as you hould do cash or quit business. Thanking successlul contestants in the Courier-JournKeep nccount ol your expenses and you ior past iavors, I remain ybura, ptize story "Her Three A. D. White. buy closely nnd see how much you Suiters." n year. have stved in Mariiage license: Sam Davidson BEAVER DAM. I to Bertha Felix, Edward Hughes to A eerie of meetings are beiug cons Tlshle Taylor, Arthur Bnughn to ducted at the Baptist Church by Annie Westerfield, R. P. Brown to Revs. Casebier and Jarnngin, also at Almerdh Westerfield, R. C. Jarnagln Liberty by Revs. Chandler and I If you don't think sa try ms to Annie M. Taylor, J. W. Meredith buy at tliecloseit figures and sell at to Sarah Gray, G. A. Ralph to Mag- Beau. Dr. W. T. McKenney lias returned the very lowest gie Johnson, Sain T. Ford to Annie from a biifdncss trip. Ford, C M Phegly to Susan Miller, Mi8a Viola and Georgia Pirtle spent T. R. Southard to Omie Burges. Saturday nnd .Sunday in town. it. 01 1 Miss Ella McBeatb wat with her Rougli book-keepal CARSON & GO. Hartford, lESLyCAPT. SAM K COX. - THE- - It's a Business Bringer" The reason it pays to advertise in Capt. Cox was born and reared in H wesville, Ky., and came to Hart lord 36 years ago. He entered the Couuty Clerk's Office as Deputy Ctok and afterwards wrote in the office at Morgantown with F.M. Allison and was living there nt the commencement of the war, when he enlisted in HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Is Because THE REPUBLICAN Reaches ithe People. Mixed Varieties per pound cents, pound cents. nnund IB 15 the gallant Seventeenth Kentucky Infantry as a private soldier and was promoted three times and finally came out as Captain of Co A. He served three years and seven months with-o- t the loss ot a day from his Regiment. On his return from the atmy he again entered the Clerk's office as Diputy under Judge R. S. at d in 1870 was elected to the responsible position as Clerk; was re elected 1874 and again in 1878 He was also Commissioner Master for about 8 years ol the Ohio Circuit Court. On retiring from the Clerk's office in i83i he together with thelate Hon. H D Mcllenry organized the Bank of Haitlord, and was connected with that Bank as Cashier and President until January 1895, when he sold his stock and commenced work for his Mc-sele- Headquarters ')'6)'M)'?Mf)')')'fM 40 Half 20 for Sweet Peas ftua.tpr r rrnta. ....THE ONI.V (j (g) NEW DOUBLE SWEET PEA Brido of Niagara True to namo. Packet 25 cents, half Packet Twondorfui conts. Crimson Rambler Rose 15 conts. VIOK'S FLORAL GUIDE, 1896, THE PIONEER SEED CATALOGUE. Tried and True Novelties. Fuchsia double white Phenomenal Chromolithographs of Double Sweet Blackberry, The Rathbun. Pea, Roses, Fuchsia White Phenomenal, Blackberries, Raspberries, New Tomato, Vlck's Early Leader, The Earlleit Tomato known. Leader Tomato, Vegetables. Filled with good things old and nevr. Full list of Flowers, Vegetables, Small Fruits, etc., with description and prices. Mailed on receipt of 10 cts. which may be deducted from fu order really free or free with an order for any of the above. ROCHESTER, NEW YORK. d Wil Save You Money It is JAMES VICK'S SONS SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to HERNDON-CARTER pr sent building. Capt. Cox was Paymaster General of the StUe Troopsduring the administration of Gov. Buckner, with the rank oi Colonel He was nlso appointed a Commissioner from Kentucky by Gov. Brown to assist in locating the lines ol the Kentucky Troops on the ba tlefield of Chlckamauga He is now a member ol the Board of Trustees of Hartford College and is Treasurer of the Board. INCORPORATED. CO. Money to me J "i I'W 1 - p V Wo are here to do bu sir ess with you and by fair and honest treatment we hope to receive your patronage at all times We will guarantee the prices the lowest and the quality excelled. see us. un- Come to The lower the prices I unke to ou the moie tride ou make lor me, the more trade I have the more money it is to me. I quote thelollowing which is a great slaughter in prices; N. O sugar 22 tba lor . . . . . $1 00 16 lbs Granulated sugar lor . . 100 2 cans nice peeled Peaches lor . 25c 25c 3 " good corn lor 25c 3 " good beans' 3 lb can California apricots . . .150 . Rest hominy per, pound Dried apples per pound . , , . 2)$c Pest leaf lard per pound . . . .H'ic 2 packages Oatmeal 25c . , 2 packages Macaroni 25c California nprlcots (Iried) perlb . 12J4 " peaches (dried) per lb , . . 10c twice have work in first and third ranks to A large number ot boarding pupils morrow evening All members and visiting Knights 'ire requested to be visited their homes Saturday aud Sunday prcstnt. SinsuiY Taylor, Mis Edith Ticlicuor, Arnold, ma K.of R & S. triculated this week. A large crowd was present at the Oyster Supper nnd Candy Pulling Siturdajr night nnd it was a success River Lodge No We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of our success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. 813-31- 0 MurreU Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. 110 will class thio week African-America- n Gold Mining and Trading Company, IOO BROADWA Y, NEW YORK CITY. OUR COUNTRY NEEDS IT The principal object of this compaor are to bu, ell and operate gold mlnea, Terbaps you cannot afford to bu an entire gold mint, but you can bare an Interest In scleral tbIu-abl- e onea throujh us. fortunes hare been made In gold ruin-In- ;, but new were the opportunities greater than they are The ownership of a few shares of our stock may make you rick. Some of the wealthiest men ot to4ay became so through mining. The cry ot the whole world Is for Gold I and Its Talus and necessity U being more fully appreciated each day. Enormous All precious mineral dlscorerles are practically gifts to tho people. Each person Is entitled to what he can fairly get. Why not try for yourself through us cow I BplenJld opportunles for securing great bargains In mines come to us constantly. Our agents are reporting from the gold fleMs of this continent and from Africa. The company owns two premising properties In Cripple Creek, We propose to deTelop one of tho most remarkable, well profeu placer mines In the world, It has already produced about 11,000,000 by crude surface working, and Is ,000,000 In gold. contain OTer Now Is the tuns to forest with us. Do not watt until erery man, woman and cbfld Is eager to buy nd price bay adtaaoed'eaorniouil. ... 2c Mm Jullll rill I 0 Alqlllllnl. ... L B STEVENS. Jlniixy.lliimplircj , On last Sunday the 2nd Inst , at 1:30 p, m. Mr lUijahMnuzyand Miss Lizzie Humphrey were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the resi dencc ot the bnde'.s lather near Little Hend, Ky, Rev o. n. Rogers performing the ceremony. These are popular young people und enter ukju life with bright prospects The groom is engaged In the livery husi ness at Morgantown where they will make their future home, The bride is a sister ot Mrs, C. R, Martin, of this city, and is a joung lady ol rare looks like cream ; flows like cream; tastes almost like cream. It feeds FAIRBROS.&CO. f t Ppophietoijs, fiarttord emple of I. 1 '"' your strength as cream would feed it if you could assimilate it. You can assimilate fashion. Hartford, Ky. V cultuie. Scott's Emulsion Messenger says: "Afterdeliberating lor several hours both financially and socially. Mr B. P. Gray was in Owenabnro yesterday the jury In the case of Rev. John H. Baize, ot Ohio county, chargTuesday. Rev. CWblcr conducted Devotion- ed with forgery In th; alternation ol ai ffidavlt to secure a pension for al Exercises Tuo dty morning. Miss Viola Westerfield, Prentis, U II' nry Her, returned a verdict of not and the defendant 'was diss assisting Mrs. Coots in dressmaking. gi ity, cl rged. The case was tried at the Mis. Mary Martin and eon Forest lot . term and resulted in a hung ju-spent Sunday in tuo country with her sister Mrs. Lou Black. m . w Miss Sadje Austin spent Monday Hall's Hair Renewer enjoys the f night in tho couutry with Miss c( fidence and patronage ol people all over the civilized world, who use to Florcuce Tichenor. Mrs. J. M Rngersflieirt Saturday re tore and keep the hair a natural hero with her daughter'' May, who is CO jT, attending school hero. BE8TIN QUALITY. JOST IN QUANTITY. Miss Lesta Hayes, Rochester, is visiting her sitter, Mrs. J.P.McKen noy. Mr. II. D. Hunt was In Evansville last week. WHITE'S CREAM Mies Laura Barnes was outof school this week on nccount ofmckuefa. Mr. J. D. Coleman and family who FOR YEARS have resided here ior several years Has led all WORM Remedies. liavo moved to Fordsville to take It VERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 SOLIt H V AXX DHUUUIHTH. charge ot the Howard Hotel, ucnuDioi nsbum ro-- , it. torn. Attye. J The Owensboro rj GOLDI In 1887 the first shipments of gold, amounting is less than 1600,000, were made from South Africa. In 18l tho production was nearly $tO,00O,C00. It U estimated that works under ay and contemplated will produce 100,000,000 perear. Leas than fire years ago Crlpplo Cmk was us. In 1S0J It produced known as a mining camp. 1900,000, It Is nor producing 1,000 000 per inooth. Two old men, tired out and almoat hoptlett, not many years since clung desperately to a small hole In th ground which showed some trace of gold, That hole has since yielded over 12,000,000. The Idaho Mine has paid nrarly (9,000 000 la dividends, the Crown fruit nearly 113,000,000, th Delcher over 1I,000,000. We know of no other prominent Industry palag such large dividend on capital Invested a fully developed producing gold mine. The rate of 1)3 per cent, per annum 1 quite common, whde henom-eo- returns are mad la many luntance. Wo offer for sal (0,000 shares of our capital stock at the par value ' IO PER SHARE. r VERMIFUGE! 20 raaU Xi per share on appllcttlou and l fortnightly, beginning Feb. 1, ltt, However, those desiring to pay In full can secure certificates of full paid stock atone. Remit by check or poeVcff.ee or eiprw orders reglttered letter to AUSTIN OALLAQHVi'. fenr. tary, 100 Broadway, New York, Tribal Hartford Republican Friday, Fkiiruaiiy 7, 1896. A CURABLE DISEASE. Cliromo Catarrh Is Pro-- . nouncod Curablo by Dr. Hartman. V : There ore nn nlmostcountless number of remedies said to cure chronic catarrh. The most of these nrc of no use whatever, and many worse than useless, being actually harmful. A few arc successful in a small number ber of cases those which are very slight and easily curable cases which might almost get well by simply taking care not to catch coldagain. But of all this vast multitude of medicines it can not be said that there are more than two or three which ore actually specified, and withuot duobt the most reliable is It always cures when it is faithfully and consclen tlously used. It not only cures ca tarrh of the head and throat, but catarrh of the stomach, liver, bowels, lungs, bronchial tubes, kidneys, and in fact any ot the organs of the hus man body. It is indeed n dreadful case ol catarrh, wherever located, that can not cure, or at least greatly help. It may be procured at all the drug stores, and it should be givena faithful trial by those who have tried in vain elsewhere to get reI'e-ru-- course, thh is n swindle on the pensioners, who pay for their postage, and it compels Major Adams and other pension agents to pay postage on such vouchers to the amount ol $too or more a year, which, by the way, is not lost to the Government, but goes Into the Post-offiDepartment as revenue, and Is charged as an expense to the Pcnsioii Bureau. ' It is nn nbtise that ought to be cor reeled, but is shows the little regard, or sympathy, cntettnined for pensioners by the present administration of the Pension Bureau, that, without any warning to the pensioners themselves their vouchers, which cost them time and motley to execute should be dumped into the Dead Letter Office and they be compelled to wait, without explanation, for what is in many cases a distressing time before they can find out what is the matter, mid all for the sake of saving a few well-pai- d clerks n little figuring. In the mean time all pensioners had better see to the proper payment of postage on their own vouchers ce County Dlroctdry. CTatJaaEffiKmm'Rgq eaoBoooooaBeooo80oeooBQ80QcooM03060ccaoog S H. cihcuit coimr. JTon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens buro. Hou. J, Edwin IJowo, Attorney Osvcuelioro. J. V, Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 0. 1). Likens, Olork llnrtlortl. 1J. B. Ilingo, Mooter Commie-ionc- r What bs Hartford. G. B Likens, TruitcoJtiry Fund Hartfordr Oil. 1. Kcown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Kcown Hnrtfnid Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. II. Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Sicvciib, Cromwell. Is not Behind Cnstorlu is Dr. tjittntiol XMteher's iiriMcripliou for Infants mul Child tin. It foiitiilim neither Opium, lUorpliliionor othcr Xnrcatiu wilwtmico. It is u mibstituto for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, jintl Castor Oil. It U rircvtnut. Ita Kiiuruntco in thirty yours' uso by Millions of r.IoUiors. Castorhi. destroy: Worms ami nllnjs fcvcrlslinass. Castorhi prevents vomiting Sour Curtl, cures Dlnrrlirca tmtl "Wind Collo. Castorln, relieves teething1 troubles, cures constipation mid llntulcncy. Cnstorln, nssimllntos tbo food, regulates tbo xtoiuach nnd liovroli, giving benlthy and natural sleep. Castorhi is tbo Children's Panacea tbo mother's Friend. lim-mlcs- s M fCflfSfS'Sr ES fes sy? The Times. Neither are the women Thous who use it. ands of thrifty house Vi 2 Court couvencs flret Monday in March and August and coutimiesthrco weeks, nnd third Monday in Mny ami November two weeks. COUNTY -- COU11T. Louisville Connuetcial. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. J). M. Horkcr, Clerk Hartford. 12. P. Ncnl, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in Clairette Soap is an jmprovement on any soap tlicy ever used, iry it anu coiuparu ic&uii.s. Sold everywhere. Made only hy g THE N. IC. FAIRBANK COHPANY, r"r- rtntc g 0 oi. luuij. 1 keepers say that S t Castoria. Castoria. l3tm lief. A book on catarrh and catarrhal disease of 64 instructively illustrated pages will be sent free to any address by The Drug Manufacturing Company ol Columbns, Ohio. a m m Our Attorney tienrrnl. The many friends of Judge Taylor will be pleased to learn that their prcditions ol his success in the Attor- ney General's office are being lully .. r HARTrorti). A S, Aull Mutch 2, Juno 1, September 2, December 2. Rosing. C. L., Woodwind The Southern School says: "SenMarch 13, .) line 13, September 13, uecemner lo. ator Hay ward, the learned and classiC'noMwEi.L. Jont IV Wilson-M- arc cal chairman of the Senate committee li 9, Juno 8, September 7, De on education, delivered a 13. S. ceuiber 7. morning is theFranklin Circuit Court address on the character of he got a judgment for the Common- the hero of New Orleans, on the Sth wealth against B. M. Carr, Sheriff of ofJanuary, in respouseto a resolution The llNcmrrr Nuveil Mil Ml,-- . Morgau county, for over $1,000 of of invitation by the State Senate. Mr. G. Cnillouett, Druggist, e, tXL. a "Bread is the Staff of Wfe," oood. 111., nays: back taxes for the year 1S94. AttorTo Dr. King's Hon J. G Bliley, chairnnn of the ney General Taylor is one of the House committee, though only twenty-se- Iew Discovery I owe my life. '.Vns ven, most efficient officers that the Comhas already established n taken with LaGrippa and tried all the monwealth has ever had, and he is a reputation as one of the most elquent physicians lor miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I quiet gentleman, who will make men in the State. could not live.. Having Dr. King's friends of those who come in contact .Mulileiibers t'oniity. The Purest, Strongest and Best. New Discovery in my store I sent Jor with him, either officially or socially. The Central City 'Republican siys: a bottle and began to get better, and His ability as a lawyer is of the Miss l,ula Johnson visited in er ZSUhoosBdhU ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. alter using three bottles was up and highest order, and he is a man of wonone evening this week. For sale bj Stevens v Kul. ilnrtioitl, K about again. It is worth its weight derful industry and determination. Mrs. Will P. Scott and little daujh-ter- , in gold. We won't keep store or The rights of the Commonwealth will Matgurete, altera visit of several house without JD. be protected while he is the chief law it." Get a free trial et IlSfJI - ISSl ent- weeks to Mr. Scott's parents in Hop She fJame ot 1he ext swyiishca Mr55W'BftiM 4 Williams & Bells Drug Store. office of the State. Green River Reed by county, have returned home. kins publican. tZ33CA?U!! I J.lCTOmWBIlf We thing (?) Marvin Bean, of Hart-forIt Is Always That War. E. W. Baghy, a prominent lawyer 1 ho was in town Sunday and Sunday f,lf! .VlnlMK S ANTED ALESnlEN "John, yon hare been drinKing." of Paducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's night. mill 'I risiiliii; 'mhiiij . The wolds fell cruelly .ipon thn We unnt 0110 01 two GOOD Tar Honey cured his children of Pine Will be Aiinouiiced 111 Apropos ol the present mining MKXin each blushing man's senses. They were On Sunday last the peoplegathcrtd whooping cough when all things else eoiinty to true. lie could not deny them. And boom a boom which by the way loraCIlOICK lino of take orders failed. It's a new remedy for coughs. at the church to hear the Rev. W. D NUIKKY yet ho wondered. On top of that little promises to I e of a Guarantee by all dealers. For sale Cox, of evangical fame but he not arrt rntanent char srOfJli or SEKD POTATOES. drink he had carefully placed one glass by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist ot the Sti ck and Seed giiantnteeil. We riving, the people were treated to a of two oliwu. three crackers, acter the nnnourcenient and Renlrow Bros,, Narrowsf Ky, G"ld Mining and t;ive von Moaily uiiipl'iMinjnt with n liberal portion of cheete, two cloves, spicy discourse (rom the Rev. Samuel GOODpty. Itwillot Jr.ti notliing Vsntcll'ft Appointment. Brown, of Cherry Hill. Mr. Brown six grains of coffee, thicc splecs, one Trading Company is interesting in togivoitu trial. Siato uhen urit-in- : and in uclcllticn thereto he that is opens up a new field ol operaThose who are blaming Governor although young Ol Novembor4. 1800. in the ministry, is had smoked n cigar. which oii prefer tiell. He could only Bradley for the appointment of John tions, adorning tho-- who desire to Public inlerent will increiiDi', nnd tlio ilisippoinlmeiit ol the well posted on scriptute and bids lair turn his head sadly nuuy and say: Atl(lrps, to Xo 0 G inn Postell as Stewart at the Western As- to make his men wluwe voles turned tho fciilosnt lhe la'd oleelion, with tlio rrni'ts iindor invest in this clnss of sccu'riti-- s nn "What's the good of tnj thing?" II WES NUItSEUY JO mark as a minister. lhe Miliiiinistnilion they fleeted, will niakotliocanipuiyii tho most exipiisely ylum and censuring him so bitterly Judge. opportunity to do so upon a perfectly Iiociii:sri:i:, N Y. Gov. Bradley ha "recommended the excitinc in the hixtnrv ot the country for insisting upon his confirmation Ho Wu Itlght. safe basis, and accotdmg to n pln Old Cent Look here, young man, which promises would do well to place themselves for appointment of Dr. A. F. Stanley to profitable rrsult" the position oi third assistant in the when you asked me for the hand of my a moment in the chief executive's daughter and I consented, J oil told mo The objects of this Company, accordWestern Kentucky ?-Asylum. The i 7. ing to the prospectus before us "ate tlclrurlir?lciMrj ,um vuif m i.r trio Xo' t?.vJ Tlie leading Republican family nen'spnpurot tho Uuiiod Snuo-- , will publiHli place and ask themselves what they VJL iwm'np rinos. place of second assistant is given that you were one of the directors ot Not fri mliifw. I v Jif ItJ all the pi ill lien I news ol the tiny, interesting to every American cilieu would have done with the application your bank, nnd I find that jou'ro to buy, seil and open te gold mines ' Minuii im, liu mj .inurMcmiluli.n. Mit. Kathrine Hauser. The communicaPmtfs cuvral hrnii ol parly nlliliitlious. nothing but a confounded coming with such endorsements, A It already irssesse.s the right, title klsinwiji'ilfiirla.l'tilnlii It. 'JUuusia u curei. AImi general iii'riH in attrnclivo form, foreign correspondence coveriuj; Youth Yea; but I'm one of the di- and interest to n PATIENTS Tf?EATD BY MAIL glance at the signatures appended to tion was sent to the Senate on Tuesnumber of rich gol , wltti stamp, '. r panlculiw conlMMHlJUr. tho nows ot the wnrlil, 1111 airrictillur.tl dcpurtiiiuut (('iind to iioiiu iullm rector! nil the same. day. beating pupertios in the (anions tV. Oil I UL.U. UrLullir..J.7,Mn IUK1 till. country, market reports which are reco.Miizetl PostelPs application shows the names Old Gent What do jou direct? authority, luieinuiiin; sliort The public school in District St, of the most prominent Republicans in Cripple Cte'k district, which is now Youth Envelopes. K. Y. World etnriw, cimiplcle in each niuubcr, the cream ol tint humorous paperti, Inre.'ii and under the control of Prof, 15 K. producing ore to the this section. Is the Governor to asNo Clo4et Itoom. and iloniratie, with their best comic picturi", ofjt,. plates nml flnli.iriilo FUEEI Every ono has a skeleton,"they say, ooo,poo niont'ilv, hik' no reason exol xMiiiieu'x attire, tvith n viirin! nml itttrsciivti sume that they did not sign Postell's Shultz, closed last Tuesday. Prof " " it In his closet," wo don't belIo o tliu. The "N'ow York Tributif" h nn nl'itl linnilf ists so far ns ue are nble to slate, why THE NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE hortdiiild inieret. application in good laith? If any sin Shultz and his able assistant, Miss In fact for ou It cannot Ik true, Because you lhe In a flat. those who nue't 111 the : has been done it seems to us that the DeWitt, have been untiring 111 their rf tbe and School of ToWruphy of Delaware, O. paper, with circulation larger tliiiu ilutt ol'itn'y other weekly publication in Judge. course FREE Irniii tlio oflico ot ndailv. L:irt;o clianres nn bciiii; efforts to make the school a success, Company should not obtnn good oilers a Juny. IB, 'WJ to all who will eater tlie ciiunlry Governor is more sinned against than before which has been clearly demonstrated. EVOLUTION Ol' A MATHEMATICIAN. proms, as a geuerii lning, n our address, the President For full particulars mado in its detaiU, icndin); to yivo it Rreuter lilo ainl vuriet y, mid wptcially sinning. morn interest to the women mid young pcoplu ol tlio liouschold. L. LeMAY, Deletrare, Ohio. readers will bear us witness, Aeme Postell's appointment was made on Prot. Shultz will begin a subscription A Sl'KOIALCONTJUGT oniibles us to oiler this apleuilnl jniiriiul nml s chcol in the same building 011 next inclined to lonk.nsk'ince at tifrpiises the recommendation of the following THEIJEl'UHLIOANfor Monday morning, nnd we understand I'IIpnI IMIrs! Ilvhlnu I'llr. nf this kind but in the presnitcnse prominent Christian county RepubAioisiuie; intense itchwill have n full school. we believe we are iiwufiel i.t departlicans: ing nnd stinging;most at night;worse Miss DeWitt, by close attention to ing from that rule. The Compiny is by scratching. If allowed to continue John P. Prows, Clerk of County her work has proven quite anable properly organised, is composed of tutuois form, which olten bleed and Court; Mc J. Davis, Sheriff of Chrisnnd was lovtd and honored by gentlemen of experience and respon ulcerate, becoming verysore. Swanh'h tian county; Wyatt Watt, A. II. (The regular subset iption prico of tlio two papers is 82,25) her pupils. Miss DeWitt has by her sibility and hriji something tangible Oi.nt.munt btopstheitching and bleed-mmay begin tit uny time. District Chairman; heals ulceration, and in most Address nil orders In tho upon which to work In view of cases removes the tumors. At drugJ. W. Downer; If. II. Goley, Dep- lady like depottment during her stay v. these facts it Kemsfair toapprow the gists, or by mail, lor 30 cents. Dr. uty Sheriff; 15. P. Wilkins, Deputy lute won a place in the hcatts of the Company's offer Jo sell 50,000 shares JjirayiicA Son, Philadelphia. Sherilf; J. B. Everett, Assessor:Fiank Central City people that will be long remembered, ol its capital stock at the par valueof Prows, Deputy Clerk;Jolm W. Breath33CiSi3rtl02."fl. lESLsr. Write your iiameiind address on a postal card, send it to Oio, W He.s Piof, Decker Wellborn closed the $to per share, nn ronstiUtt'oti n rare itt, County Judge; Jas. Allensworth, New York Citv, nnd sample copy ol TI1K Room a, Tribune oppoitiinily for an ixcellent investCoroner; J. M. Starling, Clerk Cir- public school in District 33, tin Inst THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE NliW YORK WKEKLY TRIHUN1J will be mailed to yon ment. Furthrr pirthtiius cm be obMonday. Prof.. Wellborn has proven cuit Court; C. A. Brasher, Deputy tained by addressing Mr Austin Wilte to T. S. Quincet, Clerk; A. C. Brent, T. A. Phillips, himself to be not onlvn thoroughly ISO, Chicago, W&. Drawer tlie Rraa rircrc-tatAllen Trosper, Ned Turner, W, T. competentinstructor, butis one ol our vcrattrv of rh q0 up t,y, Louisvillo, St. K ouis & Texas Railway Company. of Accioint at ion Ilrokdway, this city. Prom Fowler, H. W. Breathitt., Polk Cans-ler- , best citizens. Helms in his quiet, Cositanv, for lulprmatlon West bourd trains ICast bound trains. Tlu.se trainn run daily. rrgardinit Acctdrut Insurthe New York Fiinticird Review, Isms modest way managed nnd contioleJ BreathNo, 5J. STATIONS, I No. 52 No, 53. ! No 51 ance, Mention this paper. ' Sketch. uary 7U1, 1S96. hip school in a manner that has provitt, Circuit Judge. Dy so dolns you can save Ar. 6 30 p 111 7 45 00 p in 8 05 p m ' I.v. U. Depot, Louisville membership fee. lias paid over iUUO.OOO CO lot Unusual. Jas. F. Rogers, Win. Robins and en an honor to his profession, and , Kentucky Strtet . . 12 45 . . 810 7 5o 645 accidental injuries. Muggins I hear that Prof. Do Place, M. H. Meyor, all applicants for Stew-ar- would doubtless have the hearty en. . West Point . . . 2 05 7 10 840 7 20 who has returned from un extensive Bo your own Agent. I heard of Dr Bell's Pino Tir Urn-e, . , . . , Howard 8 43 12 02 707 withdrew their claims nnd urged dorsement ot his pstrons1 in tho least known purta of 11 5 8 55 6 59 Wllloudnlc . . fr Kilir (it th JJloie o MeM3. NO MliDICAI, EXAMINATION linQDIKnn 73 7 32 Miss Johnson, his nble nssistnnt, both continents, hns mndu a most rethe appointment ol Postell. Hop. 6 53 , , , . Rock Haven Gum, flurn'tt St Co's. G'lutsburg, 45 858 7 33 " 37 has proved herself to be not only it ' markable dlncotcry. kinsville Independant. III ,anduifetinff uiAtivconiuiind lions . Izmir Branch . , 11 . . 647 7 45 905 cjcruggliiH Whnt Is It? thoroughly competent instructor, but . 11 28 Irom diffrrent ition.s of its w nider-ti- ll llrnudeuhuii; . . J39 9 14 7 55 Tl' Ken Yorlt Vlnrld Muggins Ho hns dlscoered noplneo The theory in the treatment of is one ol the most highly cultured 6 24 , . . Kkron , . . , 11 09 meiit?, I iliouuht I would tiyn 9 23 editlo", 18 pages n 804 that was probnbly oneo tho Garden ot bottle, coughs, lung and bronchial affections 6 16 , . , Irviugton . ' iixve Ixen senonitiv 12 no 9 31 week, 1,0 pipers jcar. Is larger 813 has been advanced by the manufactures young ladies of the diy, well up in all Kden. Puck. . . Webster . . fur 25erH tvilh vu i'ou 'U nnd puns 10 51 838 9 47 003 ly tlie leaning aim latest similes 01 me weekly 01 papof Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a . , Iid hur 8 37 . . , in my snii- - nud lueawt tint were cms. than nuv 5 55 Attrntlto ClerUs. 955 1042 truly a wonderful remedy. All deal- public Out ol n number ol , , . Sample , . ('lata Why do yon nlunyt deal nt ini; me a iiiisontblc iil.. I apent hun er published and is the only impor8 45 10 27 10 03 5 48 ers sell it on a positive guarantee. solicitations Miss Johnson has accept, Stt phenspott , . dredsol dollars with ''oi'Iom and lor tant Democratic "weekly" published 858 10 18 Shurp, Bargain & C'o.'u? 10 18 5 35 I'otdvillc-schoo- l 111 the &. Bro., For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin ed a call to assist , , Addifou Dora Tho clerks tne more uttcntho medicine, hut evtruniug Itilol until In New York City. Three times as . '. . 10 23 5 31 1013 9 02 which will begin in iihlioit thero than lit other plnces. druggist, and Renfrew Bros., NarI tried this wondtt'tll It . . . . Holt . . . 10 10 leuit'lv. 1025 005 large ns the lending Uepubl lean weekrows, Ky, time. To the good people ol Fords, , Cloverport . . Cluui I never found It so, belts the world and unvtd my lile, I 10 39 0 57 ,517 9 18 ville who may be unacquainted with Doin Perhaps you nio not engiigd rtcomiiietnt Ur.HcllV Pino T.ir Honey ly 01 Nmv York City. It will le ol . . . . Shops . , , 5 14 9 53 1043 advantage to you dining the 9 22 Miss Johnson, we will say ihnt they to ns many of thorn as I am, .S". Y, to evrryhrdy witli'weik lungs. Tol'eiialouer. , . , Skillmnn . , "10 53 It is tpplal 42 33 503 . 9 Pie'ldentinl C'tuiptigii, as It is pub- J) 44 will find her to be a teacher w II qualPensioners have been given warnWeekly. ). B Knfii.t,, , , n gret succrss. llawtsville . . 11 05 9 30 4 53 9 lished every other day, except Sun. ing by Mr. Adams,the Pension Agent ified for her position nnd a youn laMrty 30,189s, . . . Petrie . . . liMiitahnru' III. 22 11 13 5 446 9 9 Left Ills Wife, hns nil the freshness nnd da, and dy that will prove a bright nnd slim. . . Falcon . . . I'or Kilo ny Z WaynoUnlliu & Hro , tiititlitu-f-9,58 9 16 4 40 II 18 Do you mnn to say that Hoax wi t hit State, that vouches lor their ing star in the soci.il circle of imy of u daily. It combines all 10 08 s, druggist, mid Reiiltuw llros , . . I.rwispnrt . . ; II28 4 33 907 p ivm.-i.- t will, under a recent ruling community, nnd cnrilts with her the Meekly has left his wlfi? pen's with rt long list ol interesthe Ky, . . . Waitmnn , , 9 00 4 35 10 15 Joox Yes, J35 'imicpie featnrcs, ting tit tliv k"iiimlssioner ol Pensions, go best wishes of a host ot Iriendsin this 8 5q . . . Powers . . , 416 n 45 1025 "Why, he told mo only yesterday that cartoons nnd graphic illustrations, 1038 8 37 , , Patea , , , . to the I) I letter office unless the city. 405 it 57 hh home reminded him of Beaten." being n peclnIty 10 t'liro nil NUlu the latter "I low Owensboro 12 07 p in 827 3 55 1048 "So it did. It mudo him think of ji itn ;v on I ' era is sufficiently pre-pt- iil All these ,iuipioeuieu s have been J I Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years Simply upply "sw ne'n 8 15 MllttillL'IV 12 19 3 44. la Ifenvcu and wish huwus there." It iuih that it has grown to old, living at 618 Monroe street, any increase In the 11 00 No iiitornnlmulicine rcijuir made without 8 10 . . Griffith , 12 24 3 39 liecord U h tti t tiiiuu some officials, be ed, Cuies teller, ci renin, itch, al cost;, which remains at one dollar per It 05 Ky., says that Dr. Beil'a Pme . , Stanley . 806 08 1228 3 36 ia eruptions on the fsce, imc, &c .leav enr. fiirc-- wltmti p i icrs execute their Tar Honey is the best grip cure, Wortlnngton' 7 59 3 30 1235 We offer this unetju.iled tfewspnper II 15 cough, lung and bronchial lemedy The World's Fair Tests lug the skin clear, white nnd healthy , . Reads . (i ru tuber of them 7 5 3 23 23 Ynchrrs in put "43 Its great lualmg nnd cm i;lve powers nnd Till! Hupuhucan together one II 31 that has been offeied to the people . Spottsville 12 51 7 43 3 16 II showed no baking powder nre jmssi-seinto tin L'iiVfliv mi I put only enough during ber life. Guaranteed by Z. hy no other remedy. year for $l 6S Uasketts , 7 36 3 10 1258 II 38 great in leav- Ask your druggist lor iSwwNit s so pure or so The regular' subscription price of poiti'ei,U up o'l tilt iii to give them Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and I.v, 720am a 55 p m Henderson . I 15pm H 55 OlNTMUNT. 34 lyr. the two paper iv ?j s Mr- - nnils, Of Kcnfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky, (111,111 u m iv tlinii-i- i ening power as the Royal. verified. He has commenced his work in the right way. The old Commonwealth needs every cent due her and we may rest assured her in terest in such matters will be faithfully looked alter. Below is a clipping from Frankfork correspondence ot the Louisville Commercial under date of January 15, which speaks for itself: The new Attorney General is settling down to steady, hard work, and is earning his salary in the way the voters expected that he would. This " Castorli U sowcll ndtiited tochlldren that "CMterli li an rucltait meilletne for chilTim .11 on unto. each month. dren. MHicr liaw rtptitrdlj- to! J mc or its t recommend It ns superior to any prescription A mortgage makes a man rustle good effect upeu thdr children." known to mc." QUARn:r.LY counr. and it keeps him poor. It is a strong H. A. Arciihr. M, II, Da. O. C, Ounoon, Begins 011 tbo third Monday in tit no. Oxlord Rt , llrouLl)ii, K. V, I.ovvcll, Ma. incentive ro nclion, nnd a wholesale " Cijtorl.l Is tlie bwt rcmc'.y for children ef reminder of the fleeting mouths and January, April, July and October. In the children's depart"Our plijstci-inw'llch I am a;itaintt. I liope the day It not ment hae spoken Iitjlily of their years. It is fully as symbolical in its coukt ok claims: far distant wlien mothers will considtr the In thdr outside practice villi Castoria, meaning as the hour-glas- s nnd scythe real Interest cf thcl r cliixlrtu, mid use Caitarta and although Me only hate amoiiff our Convenes first Mondny in Jnnunry, Instead of the various c,itr.clc nostrum which medical supplies what Is known as regular that means death. A mortgage rep and Tuesday after tlio fourth Monday are destroying their lotul ones, by forcing products jet we arc ftee to confess that the resents industry, because it is never in October. opium, laorphtnc, soothing syrup and other merits cf Cutorlt has Avon us to look with l.urtful averts dewn tVlr throats thereby favor upon It " idle night or day. It is like a bosom ' sending them to prernu-- c oTiinit county orricnns. I'niTUD UOSriTAL AND DurtNSARY, fritnd, because the greater the adver D. J, 1', Ki.xcttaton, lkston, Moss. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur' sity the closer it sticks to n fellow. C sunn, , Conway, At'.. Springs. It is like a brave soldier, for it never "is Centaur Company 77 Murray Street, Now York Clly. hesitates at charges no fears to close N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. ""rspi"jTmvjjm.ii EZ25S .if.i rrcruvj. ,,. in on the enemy. It is like the sandZ. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hart bag of the thug, silent inapplication, ford. t'v.teuwjui.ueH'ii iWinMS.-3.-but deadly 111 effect. It is like the L. W. Hunt. Coroner Sulnhnr hand of Providence it spreads all ov. Springs. er creation and its influence is everyMr. 0. R. Campbell, Poorhonse where visible. It is like the grasp Keeper, Hartford. of the devilfish the louger it holds JUSTICES' COUltT.S. the greater its strength. It will exFonDsviLLi:. J. A. Dmling ercise feeble energies, and lend activity to a sluggish man; but 110 matter Barrett's Ferry, March If!, Juue 15, expetl-encc 1 "KfciS An gleganf A LS - ili Ophostered- Vahogany parlor gait. Somebody will get this inanifiient present PKICK ami evcr body who makes a purchase of .3 or over will have a chance to get it: the drawing to be held January 1, 1806, bifote n commute ol Owens-boro'- s icprc.scntatlvc citizens, nt the IIIHILLE Whan . .ik-jo- FinilTBHE WSL - it comes to garnitcire v7 are in the lead- howdebtors work.theinortgage works harder still. A mortgage is a good thing to have in a family provided, alwa3"s, it is somebody else's family. Troth. September I4, December I4. Buroisi). Ben F. Graves March 30, June 29, September 28, Dece- mber. coinplftt line of Ilcli U00111, Kttrhen. Parlor. OlHce, Dining Uihiiii ml WecHtisell l'uruittiri' with I'm es lower than ever btloie M'U a bed room fct .or $10 50, or a Miklwnrd lor tbu Mime price, which will howt-vtr- , T1.cm it Itc! gtxMl evtry tmiv om I'mk nt it. me jut suiples ol our ttrirtptnletl bnig.nns ol which we IiHve nu jtnmctifr house lull The fine.t line ol parlor suits, Floor nml Swinging Rackets, Disks and n 10k casts ever 11) Ot nsboro. COUtt I'l'OlTS and I.II5IJRAI. TKliA PAIR, mil HONKST Dealing, MlYUSIl and Tlie VURY I.OWIii'l 1'iiccf. LOUISVILLE FURMTimK HOUSE, WOLF,112 W. Main, Owerisboro. JZSxi Beav-ersvill- V Ballard's Obelisk JSSS Be-vi- D..- ft A Ke5J&H,cP fr vairm d Alrirmi-Vinrrtrn- u PBESIOEHToFraBBIITEOSTIITES tit r, African-Amer'CJ- n V u wmy sodn-mtn- t, e THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, &.1 'IrtWiira-lHctl'- in r. I , 1 ailrir-a- PEEEI Vei-kl- 11 s ONE YEAR g, yub.-criptiii- IIAIITPOIU) REPlBLirAN AAA w y 1 t, v .M ' 1 1 flue-tij- 11 semi-week- r 59 . Kur-row- I'hlla-dulph- 1 'i.-- ,"- -" ik- G - M, J.: "" (HfWa "" "Wlai1'f mtt .tf's i- - xtwnmaui iwmns tfm- - i.a,Mtt"S- - SilOisin,!, ' nn. fiJl . v ji. .