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II Joel rol t niif LUVfc la Ihere li no opium or olhtr poisonous drug In nim nnpii !,"; -- Owens pink Mixture r It hit been ui.J In the practice of a famous forovfr trnycui for Teething; and 5umnter Com- No molhtr shouM In without second summer. LllJi VTT1 HaETDKD Republicis. OFFICIAL ORGAN OP TEE PARTY IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. fllnl. OWiJN3nORO. KY. Will practieojils profession in Davien and adjoining coutitfee. Special OfGce, given to collections. Bank of Commerce Building. Jita.fl.Ulrnn, J.N. It. IVrriilfng, LAV Y piiuFFaional oard. a-tw .'jtztkuxvs, E-- 20O.ANOC00 B0TTLC8, AIL DEALERS. I100.C, TIUV. Kjr. Fi W, FLOYD A CO., OntMboro, ? V(T HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRl ARY 14, 1896. BRADLEY IS Highest of all in Leavening Power.- NO. 29, Latest U. S. Gov't Report ' ft or fJearly- - raaXOOSSsK THE MAN. sin Wees' aulas KJat gm 3 srtaarnj taiaj aimtt VuuJnni.Jaal aaaW aoJaw All Eyes Are to H-VE! IHCESXjIO TECE5 Xji33L3D. 0 Turned Kentucky's Governor for - t President. for Him. mm RoYa! Powder AB&Ofi.VE53r PURE 9 HARTFORD, KY. l!tr..r ) Will practice llicir profession In nl. tjiecoiirts nf Ohio and ntljoining counties, slid court of Apptfij. tfpecinl attention (riven collections., Also Notiiry I'uldip lor 01 in county. (Oftw, oyer Anderron'r LAW VERS, GLENN & WEDDING, &30&i piIY square. M.. T AW Kentucky Should Send a Solid Delegation The Lexington Leader Ins lost its head and go.te into spisms for for President, notwithstanding the fact that ninety nine out ol evt ry huudrcd KepubHcfjjtisin the State nre lor their own Jinriflt iwin, W 0 Bradley (or that place The Ivditor ol the Leader happens to he nu Ohio man, and notnitlutnnding Jic has adopted this btattjjns hi," home) and Kentucky Republicans inve him a warm welcome ami his paper a cor dial support he now sees proper to disregard their wishes and ignore their interests. lie does not comprehend the material ol which Kentuck-tan- s are made. He is throwing a fire brand into the Kentucky Republicans ranks that will ceitainly injure in this state Republican y " HAItTFOItn, KlC Will prnclico his prolusion in Ohio and adjoining counties, nml court of Appeals. Bpccinl nttpution . pivni ! collections. Ofiice cast eide, oi ptil K L. HnAvniN. HEAVRIN Sii t,nv Tavloh, 1 9d fa 8 0 LMnMl DIAGRAM & TAYLOR. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. (special nltctition piven peals, collections. Office, next dcur Rank of Hartford. Will practice tliier priifrwitiu in all tho Courts ol Ohio aud. ndjoiniug counties, mid in thq (,,'nurt of Apto to OF THD HOUSE OF REPBCSENTATIVBS. 0 CO iIXADKBS OF TUB HOUSE HAVE THESE SEATS', S1N0LET, MB., 27; TULZELL," PA., 133; CANMOX, ILL., 103; B0UTRLLE, ME., 71; OROSVENOB, O., 40; CniSI', 19, OX., 93; U'UIIXAN, TENN., 153; UITT, .', Attorney at Law. BeaveuDam, Ky. i Perry Westerfield, xoo Per Cent. t3a.o 3E3Ct33La.j5J03Q3.ojst. -- WRITE FOR CATALOGUE ajK R. R. WEDDING HAltTrOKD, - Attorney at. Law, Kt. practico his profession in all the courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Aleo Notary Public. Ofiice, hi Commercial Hotel. W.ill Sold by authorized deal ers or direct irom will become ex isperatcd is Fitch zeal- ous frlerds as the Leader continue the cnurte inapp, d nut by that paper an-it will drive the entire Republican delegation Anally nnd for nil time to come from McKinley.-- Th "re is no mtthod in such madties Kentuck-i-msare0 Bradley first last and all the tinif, they have no second choice They nre for BraJley ju-- t ss Ohioins are lor McKinlev, ntM they have a right to bs They are just n.s proud of Bradley as Ohioans are of McKinly, nnd sluuld they not In? Pray what has McKinley done that is not his eq'ta'? McKinley was born and reared in the Gihraltar of Republicanism Many times since he has been active in politics Ohio has gone Democratic nnd even elected to th United a New York States Senate. Bradley v.n b rn in the Gibraltar of Democracy nnd by stint ol effoit and untiring devotion he surmounted social ostracism and again nnd again nss.iulted with the courage oi a Spartan the seeming impregnable works ol Democracy until V!J. H, BARrvTES Hartford, Ky. T . MANUFACTURES. H9ndr3n?Ky mi iiina -a- iaaaaBaBgssasaa1tfllfntaTaiaw-iasiaaaa prnclico his profecciorj in all Ohio and adjoining couutics ana Court oi Appeals. 8 ec-attention given to collections. Office next door below Co urn en cinl Hotel. WILL courts ol al minim" J " "' " '"" r ' The Lexington Business College., (INCORPORATED.) lll.. mi: OV. . llli; IIOMI.. My Mrs. Callipers (with rising Inflection) Mr. Callipers Well? Mrs. Callipers Why Is It that If a man has a peculiarity he calls It eccentricity, and If his neighbor haa tho same thing he calls It damfoolcry? Truth. fiho Wanted to Know. dT -- faWPBiii i9LAaiaVn2aV OKWi-- ' Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention nil! ho given .to ul Colbusiness entrusted to his, care. , "lie light on the iiifiiint. in Inlls nslti t, rh birds in the htir-l- i ore htill; i.e cri.'itct cliiipi in the pjstiui dear? I plant When the cows couic over the hill Artlonahle. he nwrtlloMs cite'e love the caves, "I don't know what action I ought to A pale Mar mounts the sk ; In this case," "Say, he inlle the gulden sheaves take If you ventmused Banks. to colto see a man Blvers, When the cows are passing by. lect a bill and he told you to go to the devil what would you do?" )xer the vnllcv the slmdows creep. "I'd go nnd see a lawyer," answered D.itU'ninn the K'een ol the pine; Blvers. Chicago Tribune. uvvti m the Rarilen the honeybees. AN 1896 PARTY DKEfaS. lections n specialty. Ofiico with the county Attorney. Also Notary Public lep. ; Mi.-sm-j: I he htealh o( the kme. In IN c tirfcle of 11.. i t the .viii.er is slowly lrii(,uiv ne r As lif illows the cows ulonjj. 1 .wifttr i.eet to my ear the uniils ol a MM); 'r Yllabret Official F.ndontrment. II1PI.O. VmMAM alsne.1 by the liomnor of tb Coll.ee. niinwallh ami KCIOMUKNUKII HV It. llmr of aaCCK.Iul assrreate mlmta, whoa. UrlM paraonum. hundred, of tliaua.nda of InllAra laujht by Artual Hull; IIIIOU.(i:KI'U ne.a I'rurllrc from .t.ti to ftnl.b. Ho last Uoo. No t'opjlnr. lled of Ilualueea book Carlmrnt IS ara prkctlcal eipcrlcnceaa accountant. iuuir.-- t awaki. tip woiu.rfii ro. LimHIAM KxroMTIoM to "American Br.; t.m of KbofUi.nJ," tausbl In Ibl. Colleire. '," lllsliral KpdorHmrnl to lb. hiwol Ihl. THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (Caaarcf.it onta fse Hall A. & It. WUit.) Surah Ni w Iliiheimun tinjrs ola lover whose fait his fast Wherixer hi". loUsteps ro.ini; ' il t'cr rht-i-i u tort's red hIifk nic.t at Inst, . ilitcoivs lire nearinc home M II Gardner, in The If - F.lectric Bitters is n mecicine suited for any season, but perhaps more generally needed, when the languid evhausted feelirg prevails, when the liver is topid and sluggish nnd the at last undtr his matchless leadership teed ol a tonic and alterative is felt. the ranks of the Democracy gave A prompt ue ol thi3 medicine has Unsatisfactory Compensation. way and Kentucky wis wheeled into often averted long and perhaps fatal Jessie I'm so annoyed at those critiTested by biliou&evcra No medicine will act cisms ot my singing at the concert. the Republican columns. They siieuk so slightingly of my voice. their works who is the greater? We more surely in counteracting nnd free-i"- j Florence Still, they said you were do not underestimate the greatness ol the system from the malarial very pretty. McKinley. This paper was one ol poison Headache, Iniigctinn, Jessie Oh, but everyone knows that. the first to expouse McKinley's ciuse Dizziness yield to Electric Brooklyn Life. in the event n Kentuckians was not Bitters. A riaosHble Eiplanatlan. 5c nnd jl oo per bottle at selected and we are uons the le3S Williams & Bell's Drug Store. "This patent medicine seems to have1 lost Its strength," said Farmer Clover' proud of him now, but we as Kenwife, as she took n pull at a rauaty bot- tuckians are prouder still oi our own Remember E. L Bullington when tle of some cure-al- l concoction. peerless son. Wc believe the time jou want a good, easy shave. "Perhaps the patent has expired," has come when a great political revosuggested her husband. To Date. lution in the South is nt hand Much From t.leelrln llltlrrn. Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for I 3E3. SP.jI'ES-A.Xj(Coinfy AlLorn'-y) , KY. P"!4ijjfe" "r'i.pa.n.s REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PUBIFY THE BLOOD. Attorney at Caw HAUTFDRD, Will practice his, profession in the Courts ol Ohio and, adjoining counSpecial attention given to colties. lections. Office in Courthouse. iJ If I lUpani Tabulrs ccntala notblcff InlurloB. to tb.mo.f UcltcataeoiuUtutlon. Are rlMuaotto itr-i- li a Mint nar box. liar ba ordered t thronctinetrutdrucEUt,orbyiualL ampls llal.lOcrnt.. AdilreM.. rtirANS TAI1ULES are tha n Mrdi-ela- a knewn for JniUae.tloB,, nillaa.acM, lleadarhr.Cantlpatlaafl7.nep.ta,Chraala U(arTrauble,PIx.lBr.a,UailCot.pl.xloa, Pj.entery, OfTcn.lTO llreatb, and allai nlera r tka Stonatb, Llycr aol Bawela. Attorney at HARTFORD, SPECIAL JNO. B WILSON, KY. law : J attention given to making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Public iot Ohio County. Ofiico North side-o- f public ipnre. I J THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., It SPBOCE BTRZET, SEW TORE OTT. eaeeeeaaaeeaeeeaaeaeeeee t a a vJB (an tif.vac. t'jlU thl.T.tm reporter), from the authors --- --- til. lon.ni cil II. atudrnt. MI1IUUAL. Work .l a. TION In all il.parlro.nta. No CUaa Coll Ibat nor 73.000.OO ttumrm-ntrrrpfaantaii, or mon.y r.luoill. KlraTn.r;"V lllIH.lHi, owned. of ouranil (nrul.li.il by u; t. rraclltal ay.Km. ol lo nit Iba nanlrera-n- . tAthU inilructloDMarn-irtllraf, Klwlrleami molt Tha largr.l . rrfKt "fnllUtlon alldln rcrfMllr KinlppM Hualnraa ollnr Aitdri-nlhaNanlh. IIU.tral-- 4 Calalocoa fn7 C. C CALHOUN, rrtoclpal, Ixilnlon, Ky. n.na.lm.lil KlldaHM llT " -. .,.. I.'. ....... .flV n.l l..ilnir r.l.w.v --anil t't.a .... " ..""".;-- . la... It'l.... L.h r.pn rompani. in" unijRailway ikiiwi u for Ur.tem v.vi.i .inratin a mmTil.ta .... Whenever a dtupjjist tells you he something justasKOod lorcotiRlis, i;np, etc., ns Ur Bell's Pir.eTnrHon don't you believe it, for we fcuat inle that it is not true We make i he genuine and authorize all drug, .lists to uuarautee it. The h. K, Sutherland Co , I'aducah, Ky. For ate hvl. Wayne RrilTin & Pro., ltuj;niRt,ard Kenlrow Bros Njirows. iii.s II iTABLER'SDII BUCK EYE OINTMENT iCURb A SURE I ilUU V NOTHING BUT PILES. BEST REMEDY for PILES, known for and I CERTAIN CURE B yoars ao tho j soin II Y ALT. nUUOOISTH. n.rmiti'iienAusou uxs eo.. ct.locis. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE rent, no roralli A.rt.il Bold onlrlhl,n In nary to City. Vlll.ua or Country N.a.1! conr.n. horn., .hop, .lore ami om. O.aula.1 l.ncaandba.taell.roniwrlh 3 lolOll wr AffPiila innU niin iiw a ' Hnnln.irimenU,niloa.yi.'t. .... 'Il.uu aMlwl .i.km l r;i on by any one !n aaVian Ufa Inn. rt. i.foi.t PI oritur tar a I Wt P. HarrUon A ta..C!rk lO.CctuniUci, icrw.ii"'. niuaamnV ",",," THE QUICKEST - I gy DCTWCtM -- s- " lOBIS,lLlEpllPHlS Direct Connection! for CtHOIHHATI AND THE EAST. Direct Connections for all I'olnti In Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, .FAST TIMG LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write for information to the nearc.t Agent ol the Cheiapcake, Ohio & SoutlmciLrn K. R. JOHN ECHOLS,' Ocn'l Maogr, LOUISVILLE, S. 0. HA TCH, Gcn'l I'an, Agt. KY. u have the Southern Republicans enItmillfa. hy Rev. J. dured for principle's sake. Through Gttndetmnn, of Dimondale, Mich., we 30 yeirs have they suffered aud toiled are permitted to make this extract. for what they loved not lured on aud thrilled by hopes of office and "I 1m ve no hesitation in recounricnd ing Or. King's New Discoveiy, as spoils, nothing but conviction as their the results weie nlmo.st marvelour in str. Thus luve Kentucky Republithe case ol my wile. .While It was cans toiled and thus won. Now let pastor ol the Biptiht Chuich nt Rives the Republicans of this n Uion give (unction she was btought down with honor to whom honor U due and I'ntumonla Micceeding La Grippe name for their nominee for President Her lilra. Terrible paroxysms oi coughing the gallant Bradley who led Kentucky The Chnpeijon The Idea of your aland out of the political wildetn-s- s. would Inst hours with little lowing Sir. Tueioon to kiwi youl Such nnd it seemed ns il she could then will a mighty tid.d wave sweep disgraceful, and going: proceedings are not hurvtve them A liiend recom over the South and the great Repubon under my ery noi.e, too. Tho Daughter But I thought they mended Dr. King's New Piscovery, it wf8 quick, in its work and highly lican North will be augmented by nt went under mine. N. Y. Ledger. in results " Trial bottles least five Siuthcrn states nnd JIason Henpecked. fit e at Williams & Bell's Drug Store "Well, are you satisfied with yonr Rtvulat and Dixon's line will be swept away 5ic. nnd Ji.oo husband?" aa ,ai nnd the era ol good let ling will in"I am. When I want anything now The Smallest of AIL deed be here. No thank you Ohio, I liaro only to look at him and he un"Of course thero are various grades derstands me at once." Iiumorlstlscho of mean men," suld the thoughtful w hive n'it heir I t you having any Blactter. man, nrcond choice, wither have we. Ex. Quantity Not Quality. "Of course," replied the careless one. Wife Don't you think, John, politibeing so," continued the "That cians are more corrupt than thoughtful man, "what character of lor Nm lr, they were 60 years ago? man would you consider the smallest, 0 ' siho'irsbp in the lexinplou John No, my dear, but thcro aro meanest and most contemptible of ull BusiiKM Colteuv Call nt this office more of them. To Date. known to modern clxlliratlon?" rs It wiU pay you or tf "I could hardly answer that offIMiiInt or I'ra.lmUt. hand," replied the carder's mam "PerI never hid. a pencil tiat haps you liuvc ghen the subject soma I'd spent both time and xklll to mend. But what It fell upon tho floor thought." on the harined end. And always "I have," admitted the thoughtful Chicago Tribune. man. Anything to Oct Hid of It. "Then whnl tire your conclusions?" Qrlnncu What are you going to take "Iithlnk that the man who Is rich cnnutrli to build or rent a line house but for that frightful cold you'togot? Barrett I'll tako anything you'll of- who considers himself too poor to have fer. Do you want It? Chicago Tribune. his sidewalks properly cleuned Is entitled to that dhitluctlou." Chlcugo down Va All Itlcht. Post, Mrs. Benham Henry, don't you The Neighbors. think my dress Is too long? Mrs, Brivktop (bursting with pride) Benham No, but tho bill Is. Town How d'ye like my new carpet, Mrs. TnjilcM. THE BEST Crosseye? Mrs. Croiiseye (bursting with envy) AWAY. Thcro a no longIt's er very nice Indeed, Mrs. er uny need of J&-rfJBy the Brlcktop, fer fir llrusscla. !' wearing clumsy, Don't rhntlnir TrtlaMS. wny, I nearly forgot what I came for. IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. forget to take It. Now Is the time you which giro only iwrtlal relief 1 wish you would lend me your cure, but often to wake up your Liver. A need It most at best, nctcr a few moments. Inflict great Injury, Inducing sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever Intlanunatlon, strangulation ? Why, certainly. But nnd Ague, Rheumatism, and many other and urnm. what on earth can you want of u ills which shatter the constitution and Don't forget the word tccU health. this time of the yeur?" malter REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS LIVER "I desire to thin down our velvet i nf wlmt alze. la or REGULATOR you want. The word REGand permanently cured without the knife carpet In the nursery a little, the chilond without pain. Another ULATOR distinguishes It from all other dren nro always losing their marbles In Triumph In Conservative Surgtry And, besides this, SIMMONS remedies. It." N. Y. Weekly. I tlin euro, of LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Ovarian. Fibroid and other Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your 1 U MUUO, rarletlca, without the perils What Did She Meant of cuttltyr operations. "It's a perfect outrage," said the system may be kept In good condition. FOR TUB BLOOD take SIMMONS PILE TUMORS, ii.7ue.learnJo,ge0f joung editor, who was calling on Miss LlVP.R REGULATOR. It Is the best blood disrasea ot the lower bowel, promptly cured Fosdlck, "An Omaha court has sent Try It and not; poln or resort to tho knife, purifier and corrector. without llladder, no arnfiMT? In tho Is crushed, matter how a newspaper man to Jail for telllug the the difference. Loot for theRLD puhorlted, truth." P 1 Uit VJ large. arolding cutting, You wont find It on on cvtry package, and wnahed out. Thus is no other "But It STRICTURE af.cV tSSSrSKXA asked the doesn't often occur, doe It?" any other medicine, and there remedy like SIMMONS LIVER Liver girl. ti llefurcnors, and cutting. Abundant REGULATOR-theKIng- of Liver Remedies. And the editor has not been able to Blmvo discuses, sent scaled. In plain envelope, 10 cts. (stamps). Woblii's Ii8tf. think out exactly what she meant by Uo sure you get R. l'lilladelphla, Va. lluffalo, N. V. aht iliwoAL Association, J, II. Zcllln & Co., the question. .Bay City Chat. a letter written Jlnrveloua k)r.(s. pi. SPECIALTY: cimaer IND. , Kyo, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLU, Pitcher's Castorla. m Children Cry for ill 'i! TPmerican Stoam Laundry IS Pihnceton, Ky., Docs the fineet work of nnV laundry in Kentucky, work is all guaranteed. are not turn up, but aro return cd in good condition. Ofiice 4t6Upp. First st. You hear italniostevery wlwre, nrd rad it in the newspapers, that Simmons Liver Regular it the best liver unnedy. and the best Spring medicine the best bloo 1 medicine. "The only medicine of any consequence t'mt I use is Simmons Liver Regulator." So wrote Mr. R. A. Cobb, ol fiorgantou, N. C. And W. F. Park, . D ot Tracy City. Tenti., writes: oimmons Live. Regulator is the i gff DENTIST llJMtianWWWIIIsll-iPaW'a- 1 i mmmm HSrVl'ii ' lOSttSfe&'BS ftr? 1 HAKTFQRD, KENTUCKY. inter-tupti- on Laundry Shipped on Monday, returned on Friday. Marvin .Branpon, HanTroiio, Ky. Agt. Minn iiijkum: von ESrSnvo your work for me. Is prepared to do any and all kinds yrices,,Jruost of Dental qperations, Ofiice over , ' WiUiams & reasonable, " ' Bell's Drug Store. VitalUed nir or lniighn; . air administered for painless extraction oi tccih' Over-Prof- it t." Tariff Fashloas. Customers-- Is this cake i.nii. Paying y Ku-nln- THROW IT P SPRING MEDICINE plato Fair solid silver? Ilonest Dealer Oh, no; It's an alloy, mostly tin. "Tin? Oh, I remember now. I've Been ever so much In tho newspapers I suppose It has Don't adveitie in pa;'t rs th t lately about N. Y. Can rever do oil so d. cojno Into fashion again." Where your best nds fall suiely fl it, Weekly. And ate not understood Caoae to Complain. use "I don't think ll'a fair, Joslah," snld Don'tratc3 a medium c!e hecau'e ip -stem very Mrs. Chugwater, as the attendants I Its lu i.ea. ol intnitiii Illicit ess laws bathed her sprained anklo with sooth-In- j Is look h I re you leap. lotions and wrapped bandages about It. "You're the one that always Don't very trv 1 buj inure pice carrlea tho accident Insurance policies Tnnii ji u cm w 11 bfTord; and I'm the one that's always getting Don t inn in dt' t in any tas-e- , hurtl" Chicago Tribune. Aii lwas kt'rj your ord A Kf Offer. Uon't ct.unt nl fu. t nu pt fits gient SumII luivrht )mi in. y reap Famished Flaherty 1 offered ter he wife iKginnt'S emulate, chop wood fer me meals nt every house And look HI r yj(l hap I begged fervlttleu las' neck. !taenous Reardon (Incredulously) I'nntcr't. Ink Where wiu dat? Flaherty (complacently) Furnished In de Indiana natural gas country, Judge. Wl'-etll'-ltin-plat- The unn in bnsl. es nrv.v!ajs, Ol course niut a vertisc For snii-lth it's the best of ways Big trade to rea:Uo. Bui etc )nu ntiy contracts close In mind this maxim kep t -t bUMi.tr-eUC tln'Stf The In;i Who lcok beloie th v Stop if Get our Great Catalogue and Iluy-e- ra Oulde. We'll send it for is cents In stamps to pay part poUB or expressage. Tho Book a free, joo Pages, xaooo Illustrations, 40000 descriptions, everything that' used in life; tells you, what you ought to pay, whether you buy of us or not. One profit from mak to user. Get It. MONTaOAlERY WARD & CO., , Orlilnatora ol tho Mall Order Method 6 iii-ii- ( jut Michigan Ave , Chicago. "l?lr" riniiii no MEtniAL S bend model, drawinz or pnoto.. With dKr tlon. Wo advise. i( patenubU or cf. (in tttm faia r,Af Htiaa (ill ratsnt la aitir(1. OtiM wltb A PAIirMLKT, ''How tablulr. COtt Ol lm ID mm 14 tfe wt ausvau ivtwuiM nr frfo. Aridreu. ouorrictiOifotiTcU,B. PATtiiTOrriciJ uro pteot can tU wo flaAnaf WnaTllrtnlAn )t icM umo lata pgt a.aa HaUi IIVM. obtained and all V Careats, lad Trade-Mar- k nt LufJrieM Conducted for MABfllTf Wtt: vasiaaia&wa I . .!,... lawn-mow- er "Lawn-mower- rerll. "You don't want to say anything anyone If you go to Hawvllle." against "Why not7" "I spent the summer there onco and I wru licked Vnlce before I discovered that everybody wa related to everybody else!" Chicago Record. A of a Small Town. G.AiSNOW&CO.i wavhinbton. ot c. Orr. PATtNT orrics. poiSOM lawn-mow- er fa tha rranlt rf Ilia u.linl treatuuint of LlOOd illioi'ilnrs. TI10 sjslom In lllleil Willi tlercurv and l'otoKli renimlloa morn to to (Inuiclild than tlie diacaso ami In a abort while Is III a far worse Condition than Uifol'o. 'Iho foiunioi) result U i f i " '8plen'tl(lq AmfTrlean Aoenoy for 'iaaLwJi I minds nir of tho wise men of the Noachlan era." "What, that Idiot? Why, he doesn't know euough to go 111 when It rains." "Well, neither did they." Life. There's no Jlnsls In my pockets rbe jtncle'a In ray bead, I know I'm olng For I cannot aae a red. Detroit Free Press. . . color-blin- "Junta Striking Similarity. Is an awful chump, lie RHEOMATISM for nblcli as.8. la tlio most reliable cure. A few liottles will affonl relief wlicro all elso has failed. I sullerixl f rem a severe attack of Mercurial lttieuinitlini, my arms and Ittre Iwlrnc swollen to twlre their natural alio, raining the roost excruciation nalna. I .iiiit liumlri ila of llollors without lolief.liiit after lakinir a few tx.ttleaot I Imnrowtl raiiUlll pud am re- ll, la. Oldiwl Kvtvrr aTjT -- MfSI S.B J amdaa . OAV2AT8. TRADB MARK9. DE8IQN PATMT. OOPVRIOHT. etc tluiputUld After the rtr, l'uraph-leta.o- sss S3BSS2; atiu fllT lUoad jMitntuknouity uoilos burrtui for iwctirluif paunula Aunra. i orougDi Deior a len frvfl ol curs (A lj uu IWIrT m.IlaJ b. to ,ail Skin niu.wi CO.,AtIfau,Ca.aa wwrmxsxr urtiuai'i .T.rn.w. Mttlxm -- u Lsneat circulation of an? aclt nUSo paper la the 2'wortiJ. bnlanJMIr llluitrateil. Mo IsWUu.at p..w iboola U without il Wi r,.6?.oa 'i ., " j.an tijoalxniontha. Ail, iy,wYota;Cll7, rwisLuatas, aui ", n 1 t K ., mtpft -- V' K '.m.T' 'riiu Some of tho .many candidates fo dclogato from tho Fourth District to ox- ruDLisunn svkiiy rniDAY morning. the National Couvotitloii havo pressed a first and second choice for ..Editor. President, while somo havo failed to UAH A. A Nil KIM ON,.. . Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. oxprcss any preference. Gentlemen, speak out, let us know your choice. Friday, Pkhruary 14, 1896. Tho Fourth Districts wants delegates Gov. Brndloy's Presidential boom who arc for Gov. Bradloy. Kentucky will lias Inkcu now life. together with The Cburt'cr-Jotiriino tloubt give bim n solid delegatiou. other Democratic papers havo adopt cd stringent methods to defeat the Two of tbo moat striking charac United teristics of Great Britinn arc, first bcr election of n Republican Their tactics reach greediness and second her States Senator. superlative boyond disgraco in tho extreme. monumental conceit. Thcso Democratic papers seek by im l If accounts in tbc putotion upon tho privnto life, chararo correct, Legislator S. M. Carson acter and political record of tho Reof Louisville, had best put nothing publican nspiraut to so prejudice tho Brer. minds of tho peoplo so as to bring a moro in black and whito. Carson docs not show off to tbo best chango in tho situation, thereby elecadvantago in print. ting a strong freo silver advocato ill Thcso tho person of Jo Blackburn. is extremely unfortunate that o papers nro not only antagtho affairs of Rov. Fred Halo and his onistic to their own party but are a congregation should bo so much be- -, But menace to good government. fore tho public. It results in no good by their old and strong appetito lor to Rev, Hale, his congregation or the anarchy they endeavor to mcito riot In fact it is harmful in tho and revolution nt tho State Capital. public. extreme to each and all. Republican Legislators have acted frco silver with great discertiou and withpatienco is given out that a Democratic daily will be established rarely seen; instead of derision and at Louisvillo in opposition to tho ingratitudo as they would havo you sound money Democratic press of the believe. They, no doubt, will to act with dignity and with What is tho matter same place. honor, and in so doing they will cer--. his Messenger, with Bro. Woodson and who erstwhile tore up tho ground as tainly elect Dr. Godfrey Hunter to well as his party in behalf of freo sil- represent Kentucky in tho United States Scnate.rcgardless of tho threats ver? v j of Democratic editors and Democrat-i- c Gov. Bradley has demonstrated tho politicians. "Jli-Ul-U- "1-. Hartford Republican K Cbun'tr-Jburno- y J it... t I L D who has been in the Congressional tttr- -. -JTrntrrniil 1 V """I crib for more than twenty years. Rough River Lortuo No. 110 has While it Is true the long contest worked In the Second Rank 00 ai TOWN LOTS has greatly retarded legislation, the evening. All members ami visBurden, Finis I Cromwell . . various House Committees have been iting Knights requested to he present. 5 35 Mr.AMrt.Vfm.n. 8 45 Hcrrel.JasR t Cromwell . . nt work almost every afternoon, and Mananlar Of nil the Fraternal Otders in the Matthews, Henry V 1 Fordsville 7 8e Judionla, Atk. it is in Committee that the real diffi- State we'll guarantee that none In Taylor, Win T 1 Beaver Dam . 6 90 to attend to her cult work is done, and a great deal ot proportion to iH memtaHiip cm Miller, Mrs. Hester In Hartford 4 85 household duttei, unwise proposed enactments have make n conipirative'y better showing Persons paying before day ol sale which aha had not will be allowed a liberal reduction on tirATlanslr dona for" bee,i killed by these Committees. In than Roiti?h River Li 13 X) no K in the above years. My own case waa aomawhat atml my costs included fact the State docs not need a great of P. of this plane. is not C. P. Kkown, S. O C. amounts. far, and since taking Hood'a Bamparilla It the Legisla- yet two deal of legislation. ysirs old aid tin furnished tho Inflammation haa left my eyes and ray ture can pass n wise revenue law, from its membership, hubiui1s for Slirrlnl .toiler. nerves hava become quieted. My health which will provide for the piytuent of three of All persons indebted to me by note today la bettor tban it haa been for aerKentucky's noble daughters, the enormous debt which hangs over a bran new nud powerful ml ulster of or arconnt will please come forward SV us, a legacy for thirty years of Demoand settle at once or they will find the gospel, an Assistant Secretary of eral yeare. I am gaining In atrength and down salaries, abolish State a member cratic rule, cut them in the hands of au officer for I feel like a new man?' WILLIAM II. of State Hoard of nnd drink. some unnecessary offices and pass a Equalization, a member of House of NUKAMAKEH, Judsonla, Arkansas. Boulnnger'fl, Lofebvro's, Merson's, collection. A D. WniTii. good law in the Interest of the laborCnstnlgno's nnd other ronownod Hood's Pills are hand made, andperteol Representatives In the present LegisLost. On Saturday morning Jan-ur- ay la proportion and appearance. Bo per boi. teachers' lists aro full, and I nm suro ing men, besides electing a Republic- lature of Kentucky an assistant phy18. 1896 notfilty yards from the an Senator, it would be ready to ad- sician ntthe Western Lunatic Asylum, ' wo hnvo 2,000 or 3,000 femnlo art; journ. It seems, however, to be the a county Physician, a couity Ju Jge students among us, nnd of thcso at Court House, n 38 caliber Smith & policy of the Democratic Senate to and a Sheriff for Oltb county nPst- - least 800 hailing from America, tho Wesson, central fire pistol. Finder west sending a largo contlngout. I will be rewarded if returned to the defeat all efforts of the Republican Master for Hartford and besides cm- - nm n western girl myself, nnd n puHouse in the direction ot revenue leg- braces in Its membership prominent pil of ono of tho masters named Sheriff's Office. is Republican and fact that Kentucky The situation nt Frankfort has islation, seeking thereby to embar- practicing physicians school teacliets inbovo. This Is my third and last Bucklon'3 Arnica Salvo. With the South can bo made eo. rass the Republican administration, ministers of the gospel traveling iscason. My llttlo fortunoof $1,200 Tim Best Saia'i; in the wot Id for for been about tho same since the sitting him as the Republican candidate and then go to the people with the salesman and other business men. will bo wiped out In tho spring of tho u ts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt 4W.M.St. President tho Mason and Dixon line of the Legislature, and the slow work cry of Incompetency. hi t 1 j U'cnr, when, porforco, I shall roturn Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-peIn this conLong live the Knights! of the body in the election of a UnitHands, Chilblains, Corns, and all will be obliterated and our success to America to begin tho battlo of nection I desire to especially remind llfo In earnest. I nm not n genius, Skin Eruptions, nud positively cures Owkvh noo, Ky Tho Kentucky delegation ed States Senator can bo laid nt tho your readers that the Legislature is assured, An article of rare interest is that on yet I will bo nblo to mnko my living Piles, or no pay required. It is guarWhen not door of Representative Stegc. should bo men who stand for KenRepublican. One brauch, the anteed to give perlcct satisfacuion or Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Dr. Hunter was the caucus nominee House, is, while the Senate is just as "The Bar as a Pto'ession," which among my own compatriots with motcy rclunded. Trice tucky and the Republican party. 35 cents per Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Lord Russell of Killowen, Lord Chiel brush nnd pencil. Most American, Mr. Stege was bound by all honors to strongly Democratic, and can effectubo::. FOR SALE BY Williams & Best set ol teeth (no better made Justice of England contributes to the girls coming hero to study will bo Bell. There is some talk of the Ken' support him whicli he has persistently J ally block any and nil legislation no matter how much you pay) . $6 tf February 13th issue of the Youth's nblo to do that If thoy can hold out Gold fillings tucky Delegation to the National refused to do. Ji up Dr. Hunter would looking to the relief of the people. Companion. long enough. But how many can? It is easy tosce the per75c Convention being for Bradley first havo been elected on tho second bal- The only course left to the Republican Cry Tor Silv cr filling tooth f of thorn. Extracting pet sonality of a distinguished jurist and Probably not 35c and for some one of tho various other lot bad Mr. Stege voted for him. It House, and the one which it will cerIt is to wnrn thcso unfortunates Painless extracting with Vitalized This is was providential hindrance that re tainly follow, is to pass the laws in- great man in each statement The that I havo sot down tho following Air gentlemen as second choice. 50c paper is unusually readable nud is Extracting free when Artificial gathered from official We will furnish you the Daily and all wrong. Tho Republicans of Kendicated, send them over to the Senate evidently a etrospective view of his statistics Of moved Isaac Wilson, but Mr. Stege Teeth are ordered. Office permanentsources. tho 2,500 women who Sunday Courier-Journand Tub tucky have no second choice for Pres- stood back and declared he would and leave the responsibility with It own experience. ly located havo graduated ns fullfledgcd nrtlsta for one year for $8.35 ident. They are for Governor Brad- not vote for Hunter until Wilson's and the Democratic party. "The bar does not indeed, holdout from tho Paris studios within tho ley and will elect delegates who aro successor was elected. The talk of certain great Democrat- promise of great wealth," he says, last flvo years 750 succeeded In bringWho ever solfor him only. "but has distinctions and adequate ing their pictures to tho attention of heard of such? If, on tho other hand, ic newpapers about "fighting and YOU diers of the cross" is the utmost bosh means in store for those who bring 10 tho public by means of tho salon. Of Democratic Senators at Washing a Republican had died, tho Demo- and is only done to detract attention its pursuit necessary qualities of tho 760 25 make nn honest living by When Hby was tick, wo irate her Cutorta. THE themselves ipalntlng women's nnd children's por- Whtn ahe was a Clilld, she cried for CaetorU. ton, are amusing the galleries and the crats would havo availed from the bringing here.by the Blackof the opportunity offered and Jo burn henchmen, of a half hundred mind and character." The grievous traits at tho rnto of $20 to (200 When she became JUm, the clung to Castorla, GARDEN people at large, by abusing their own mistake is often made, he continues, When die hadthUdren, she fare them Outorla. Tholr less fortunato colIn your neighborhood this scaon Tillman Blackburn would have been elected thugs and pistol packers, and force of thinking that a smart and facile npieco. Senator administration. leagues exhibit year after year, but Stego them in upon the floor of the House PLANT OUR FAMOUSl started tho fun, and Senator Vest without a dissenting voice, speaker must make a success at the very rarely sell a cauvas. If thoy do has been condemned by the good during the joint session. A kept it up. Tho sarcastic Missouri not marry, no ono knows how they bar, whereas, "alter all, the desirable fight in the House of Representa- things is to have something to say; live. I.imi Senator last week sashayed around people of all political parties, and or Niolrn. tho condemnation i3 just. He should tives, by the members, over a little and as to the manner ol saying it, A large portion of A. D. White's Onco In a great whilo a woman will amongst Mr. Cleveland and his Cabi all of V.J1U1 a. 2 d. uiL J and illus rceelvo a prize, a gold after net, slashing them right and left with be read out of the Republican party. Senatorship, would Indeed stamp as Daniel Webster spoke truly In his 20 years or so of hard modal, know hard, hot cash. Having tried the trate,! In our L and entirely labor. I credit plan for some time nnd finding keen sat-ir- e. Ho had a perfect right to be against true every disgraceful story which celebrated oration in honor of John New Catalogue for 1896. Anew his withering sarcasm and of only two femalo artists below tho it wanting, have feature this f.iion Is the Prco adopted the cah Dr. Hunter for tho nomination, but has been told of us in other States for Adams when he said; 'Clearness, Republicans havo nothing to do ago of 40 who earned tho modala of Seo.ts at CjU! unie rrices to system as the only plan on which I ho should all these years, and should it occur, force and earnestness are the qualities within tho last flvo any lost Office. This New Catayears. Ono Is these days but keep quiet and let after ho was nominated can do business. I have tried to our proud State may prepare to sail which produce conviction.' " logue" v.c will mail on receirt of a electhave laid down his hatchet and exceedingly pretty, a most successDemocrats cut their own throats. int stamp, or to those w ho will stite anew under the old and well nigh ful portrait painter and a Hungarian bridge over by carrying some of my Lord Russell outlines the requireed Hunter wncrc uieysawinis advertisement, uie cast-of- f name, "The Dark and Bloody ments for a successful legal career, of by birth; tho other, Elizabeth Gardi- friends, but find that it takes money bus Madisonville Hustler The 1 Lauiogue win re irunea Jack HiHhi'mIiiiHc, Ground." which he seems to think that "com ner, of Now Hampshire, Is youngor, to pay my bills and that open found the man who is to lazy to PETER HENDERSON & CO. There are two contests for seats in will not settle them. So Speaker Stanford presides with mon sense and ability to wait" are but besides being a genius was a Wo have seen read a newspaper. the House of Representatives at dignity and fairness which has won .33Ji37CorUanatSt.,HewYork. hereafter please save me the unpleasimportant. "Common protego of Bougereau. That may the most somo of them and heard the complaint. Frankfort. They were instituted acher signal success. Without antness of saying "no" by paying the the good opinion not only of the Re- sence and must be backing of cither kind tho other 6alon It says: cording to law and have been conduc- publican members, but the Democrats the foundation, nud upon these rany exhibitors from America, Mrs. Wont-- t cash for goods. I will not sell any "We saw the man the other day ted according to law. They should as well. I'nnlrntor. be reared a superstructure where imwhose excuse for not taking a paper be decided according1 to law. worth, Gcraldluo Iteid nnd Miss longer to you on time. This means I will be at Pield & Holbrook's sta a man are in agination and eloquence may fitly Batchelor, wcro hardly noticed in you nnd those who owe me, and just Republicans here to was that he had no time to read. He blc in Hartford the first Monday in The Owensboro Messenger, a lead- favor of pusing our great Governor what it says. I will either sell for stood on the street corner for an hour tho crowd. play their 'part." each month until Mny, also the first and tried to talk with every man who ing Democratic paper of the State, for the Presidential nomination at cash or quit business. Thanking The readers of this article one ot day of Circuit Court. I castrate stand-n- g passed. He went to a saloon and maintains, however, that the law St. Louis, and they do not think our THE BABY'S NAP. you for past favors, I remain yours, the most inpoitant in current magaspent the afternoon there trying to has nothing to do with the qeustion; and tie the artery with Surgeons delegates should go there tied up by zine literature A. D. Wiiitk. He left will be pleased to How to Give the Tots an Extra Hour's get some one to treat hitn cat-gwhich is absorbed in four that "main strength and awkward- any second instructions, as that would know that in the issue of The Com Slecp. at supper time, and was off the street days. The only safe plau. J IN' (lit. for a while, but he did not stay with ness" is to settle it and that Jack be anadmlssionthatwedid not expect Thoro nro two or thrco fino points following week, the of Ridgellngs carefully operated on. R. W. Hagerraan has gone to his family at night because it was so Cbinn's knife is to be a potent factor to win. Kentucky is for Bradley first, panion the In tho management of a baby that' Washington's Birthday Double NumTerms reasonable and satisfactions dull at home." with a lot of timber. In determining who is to be the next last and all the time. young mothers do not renllzo, but ber, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, tho L. T. Barnard, guaranteed. J. Y. Hagertnan returned from from Kentucky. II the Mes-- s Your correspondent is indebted to of the Massachusetts Supreme Court, goodknowlcdgo of them would snvo a representative from Senator A Beaver Dam. deal of troublo nnd bo of nd-- i Sunday. bad Prof. McIIenry Rhoads and his exenger is right, things ate in a has written a most interesting supSouth Carolina shouted out in ConBorn on Saturday night to the wife way with us. If Mr. Jack Chinn and cellent wife for numerous kindnesses. plement to the Lord Chief Justice's vantago both to mother and child. gress, during a speech by a member When a baby Is put down for lta, of W. B. Peach, a girl. Call on Bullington, the barber. To the wife his knife are to determine how Ken- Profs. Rhoads and J. D. Coleman article, presenting the subject from usual nap In tho daytime, It sloops of J. W. Coghlll a girl. an Amtrican point of view. Appenfrom North Carolina, that ho was To the wife tucky is to be represented in the next stand at the very top of their profesThis testimonial is unsolicited nnd ded to this will be a briifrtjoinder by for about so long and then gote rosti proud that South Carolina had My Senate ol theUnlted States, Kentucky sion here, and in fact have made Lord Russell, nud a final couuuentby less. If ono can lift tho child very! of A. G. Murphy, a boy. To the wife for the benefit of humanity. f J. Walter Allen a son. and that if she had it to do ought to take a back seat and ask not daughter has been subject to severe carefully, hnvo somoono shako tho pll-- l themselves by their abilty and indus- Justice Holmes. colds nnd roup and often taken with over again she would do the same to be recognized. M. J. Likens has gone to Kvans-vill- e. Each issue of the Cosmopolitan con- lows up nnd rearrange them com-- 1 It would be a last- try, iudispensiblc to those having in violent coughing spells nt night. Dr. tains one or moie article ol exception- fortably, then lay tho llttlo ono down thing. Such words coming from any ing shame if the representatives of Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only charge the educational interest of the al value, written by the ablest and on tho other sido In an easy position, John Dodson was In this vicinity preparation I have foutiii that will reman of ability would bo looked upon Kentucky should be taken as standing city of Frankfort. Ohio county may best known men and women of the it Is almost always tho caso that tho Sunday. lieve her. I think it is as necessary Comas treason in spirit, though not ac- for Mr. Jack Chinn's knife Judrllk. well be proud ot Profs. Rhoads and age. nap will continuo for nn hour or as a Hie preserver in the house-hol- d cording to tho definition of tho term mercial. Coleman. on a steamboat. Rcs'y, but if tho child Is allowed to But coming as in the constitution. B. L. Jnssiu., Jan. 18,1895 Dr. T W. Meador, the old Repubncstlo nbout, If It gots uncomfort-- l H. I!. Slllllll. roiiisiM.i:. 303 W i)ndgeSt., Louisville, Ky. they did from such a consummate ass In speaking of Rev. S. Iv Smith's nblo In its clothes, tho pillows bothcrl The Fordsville Graded School open, lican war horse of Ohio county poliPor sale by 7. Wayne Gnfiin&Bro,, at tho little man from South Carolina ed Monday under the supervision of tics, is a candidate for physician at candidacy lor Delegate to the Nation- it, and It will wake up as cross as' diuggist, and Reutrow Bros., Naral Convention, the Owensboro Tribune tho proverbial young bear. "of all Cough Medicines rows, Ky. they excito nothing but derision and Prof. C. M. Crowe with quite a bril- one of the State prisons. His fitness says: If tho buby wakens frotful and out supremo contempt. liant outlook, enrolling the following for the place he seeks and his services is Dr. Acker's English RemWe publish todav some resolutions of sorts, it is cither sick or hasn't had NO boarding students: Sue M. Moselcy, to the paity in times when it was a ofieted by Mr. S 15 Smith nt a meet- Its nap out. edy. It will stop a cough in Thero Is nnother is entirely immaterial who tho continue at ffholi'tato Ira Howard, Uta Howard, Estelle sacrifice to our leaders, are recognized ing ol colored people yesterd ly aftets thing that fow peoplo seem tx trlcta bhlpunywherolor one night, check a cold in Democratic nomineo for President Ralph, Orville Bartlett, Lizzie Mose-le- by the members ot the Sinking Fund noon, held for the r utpese of deciding exanilnnllou before aalo. KTt.rythlnu warrant.-.- ! who shall be their delegate from this realize, and that is arranging tho loOfttylianrCarrlaara. may be. It matters not whether ho one day, prevent croup, rerainier Wedding, Orelln Ralph, Commission, and I believe he stands district to the National Convention child's clothes with a vlow to caso, nil .ly'riof 41 etrlt Itlillnif Muddle. bo a free silverito on a sound money Frank C. Moseley, Wbitesvllle; Nina an excellent show to win. C.M.B. lieve asthma, and cure conNobody cpn pofsibly understand why and giving it plenty of room. Wo Wrlto for rji platform, or a sound money man on Field, Owenifcoro. John V Odell, such meeting was called except to nil know that If wo Ho down In tho, Carrlana & Hirneii Mfn.Cn. sumption, if taken in time. W. u liuTT.Bccr. Elkhart, lad. know who Is thestrongerman, Peters daythno In our usual wearing apy llio Tlma ftir lliillillui; a free silver platform. Ho will meet Jones; Morton Ilo'ibrcok, Buford; It is made on honor, from the parel, wo will not slcop half ns long tho W. Up the system is at thlsseasou. The or Vairin. no man who can the same fate as P. Wat Hardin, Tanner, Beda; Wade Riley, S. INIriiy Koilrc. pcsibly ns when our clothes aro loosened. InTheie Is cold weather has madeunusualdrains purest ingredients and conTaken up 83 an estray by Claude silverito, who run on a Bound mouoy Crowe, Maxwell; Dona Wcsterfield, understand why cither ol these men deed, nervous peoplo soraotimoa find upon the vital fotces. The blood has have any special claims upon the parplatform, and who lost sound money Fordsville. The people of Pordsville tains neither opium nor mor- Farmer, living about three miles become impoverished and impure, and ty; but all recognized the broad gauge It imposslblo to go to sleep with tho of Whltesvillc, Ky., in votes because he advocated tho freo manifest quite an interest In the edits phine. If the little ones have South-we- st 15. Smith. They clothing in tho ordinary fashion. all the functions of the body suffer in resolutions ofMr S. It is a good Idea to take tho llttlo croup or whooping cough, Ohio county, on the 37th day of Jan and unlimited coinage of silver at a catioqal work and wc ptedict for this consequence. every Republicans ol his Hood's Sarsaparilla is are such os uary, 1896, one white nnd speckled ratio of 10 to 1, and lost freo silver place a school that will prove a power the great builder, because it is the race not as a race but as men and one's shoos off, sometimes tho stockuse it promptly. town and surrounding commubull, about two jears old, smooth as such is dtserving nt recognition ings, nnd In cold weather to wrap a votes because ho stood on a sound to the One True Blood Purifier and nerve There is not the least doubt thnt these warm cloth nround thofcot?-- ; Canton Three SUes 25c., 50c. and $1 per bottle. crop nnd underblt in each ear and It will rcquiro nity, This place is widely known as tonic. money platform. At Druggist. appraised by G L IJvans at $5 00. resolutions coming from ncolored man, flannol Is ono of tho very biiit!rotaln-cr- s one of the most cultured and moral Democratic parmore brains than the of warmth that can bo found. It Given under my hand this January teilcctitig his sentiments, as well ACKER MEDICINE CO., places in this part of the Stale, and Hood's Pills become the favorite and per cent, ol his race, will insure is far olicndjjf wool for this purpose A S Aui,r J P. O.C. us 90 ty possesses this year to arrange a 27 1896 16 and 18 Chambers Stieet, New Yotk. of the good cathartic with all who use them. All with the "straddle" platform upon which their citizens of Fordsville, her hiture ap- druggists. 25c. caddidate can bo elected. pears quite brilliant and we have pic(Mini hlioro (ioMl I'roin Ilio Me,en-Ktr- . A little poper, pub- tured in our minds n city jn all the golden fancies ot this becoming the Invitation cards areout announcing lished at Hawesville, which goes by glowing city of Kentucky. the martiage of Miss Lydia Sullivan, tho name of Clarion constrains to The Prohibition question Is being of South Carrollton, to Rev. R. W. ftaQtories say: The Browder, of F.llzabethtown, greatly agitated at this place. to occur "A new Judicial District is proposDOOR BAM SAFE. THE CORLISS PA1ENT BANK SAFE. MCSltR fWIIT SCREW hosier pauni fise pa wr sue ed that takes us away from Davie, s prospects at present are that whisky at high noon, Wednesday, February and sardines us with a tier of sassa will be excluded from our town by a 8, at South Carrollton. Miss Sullilarge majority. fras counties from here to Memphis. van is the accomplished daughter of This Is objectionable yes damnable Many visitors were present at the the late John K. Sullivan, and is said and none of us want It." opening of the school Monday mornTho abovo is a fair sample of the ing; many Irom town and some from to be one of the most attractive young matter dished out by that sheet which a distance, We are glad to see so ladies in Western Kentucky, Mr. Browder Is throughout pretends to voice the sentiment of many young people coming into our Kentucky, both in church nnd educaJudi- midst, and to all wc hid a cordial Should the new that county. tional circles, being at present the cial District bo formed Ohio county welcome. With best wishes for your presiding elder of the Princeton diswould bo in the samo and we wish to paper and the good people of Hart- trict, and educational secretary.! the resent the unscrupulous and mali- ford, I am, the same, Louisville conference M, Iv, Church There is not a better cious attack. Loun:, South. county in the Stato than Ohio. Her Contractors to tho United States Government, PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES The lawyers about federal court are Fitr hile or Ilrnt. peoplo aro abreast with the times ami 0U1L' UWNIK! ut Contractors to tho Mexican Government. FI'IINISUED ON ALL KINDS OF A first class business house in joking Judge K. D, Walker considers aro intelligent, thrifty peoplo. Mosier nnd Corliss Pntont Safes in & BANK VAULT & SAFETY DEPOSIT WORK Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite ably over the speech made by one of uso oil over tho World. & FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.ETO. centrally located. For further par- his clients. Judge Walker defended 1 Haven, the man convlcted'of sending ticulars address J, W. Tabor, FordsvmiK ail uu nil. Chicago, Ill,,No.207 Wabash Avenue, Boston, Mass., No. 192 Devonshire St. New Yoik City, No. 305 Broadway, Corner Dunne. ftjrun. fwtt Cloud. Cm I I ville, Ky. or D. M.Hccker, Hartford, an obscene letter through the malls. add by dntfgUu. Cincinnati, Ohio, Southwest Corner 3d and Vine Street. Kansas City, Mo No 621 Delaware St St. Louis, Mo,, No 304 North Pourth Street. Ky. The defense set up was, first that Ha- Los Angeles, Cal,,No.338 North Main Street. Hauilltou.Ohio. Provldence,R.I.,and nil other principal cities in he United States and foreign Couutrie - ven did not mall the letter, and second, that he was crazy. When called tip before the judge and asked whether he had anything to say why sentence should not he pronounced upon him, Haven apologized to the court for having acted badly on the witness stand and said: "Well, I rccou, judge, when a man employs a doctor he ought to take his medicine. Ohio Some of my friends got Judge Walker to defend me In this case. I wanted to make a stmight-o- ut fight in the Ky Feb. it, '96. FRANKrORT, case, but the judge said he thought The fight over the Senatorlalshlp continues the all absorbing topics, but he could prove th it I was crazy and Republicans believe that this week that he could get me off I took his will make an end to the contest and medicine nud I gueit I will have to that Dr. Hunter will be the Senator swallow It now without nuking any to succeed Hon. J. C S. Blackburn, tuss." And the court fined him?ioo. FRANKFORT. him a place on the State delegation. Such he deserves and ought to have. Any tendency to premature bald- ness maybe promptly checked by the use ol Ayer's Hair Vigor. Don't des lay till the scalp and the destroyed. If you would realize the best results, begin nt once with this Invaluable preparation. hair-root- Laud Salo For Taxos- - The Senatorial Fight Occupies Considerable Time. County Citizens Complimented. By vittue of Taxes due me as Slier-- , Ifl of Ohio county for the year 1895 I will on Monday, the second day of March, 189C, at the Court House door in Hartford, Ky ,scll for cash in hand the following named lands and town lots, to satisfy said tax and cost, viz.! itris. lai and Neuralgia Is tbo rrnycr of the Kcrrci For Pure Blood rains Hellered Blood l'urlfled and Nerve Mado Strong by cost STUDYING AET IN PARIS, An American Qlrl Tells of the Despair It self-sam- ' Pai-Lo- le It and Disappointment Attending It. Just now tho boulevards nnd tho Qunrtler Lntln of Paris nnd tho crosswalks of tho cathedral of Notro Dntno nro swarming with American nrt students, In mnny ensca boys nnd moro slips of girls, says tho Now York World. Whnt will thoy do for their dinncrs six months honco? On tho perilous routo to success by brush and tho sculptor's chlsol tho crowd Is grentor tlum on nny of tiio othcra.i Thousands of young fellows who, would hnvo madooxeollout engineers, sales clerks or farmers, nnd almost' ns many girls, havo begun to hnndlo maulsticks. Tho first lot their beards grow nmi buy gaiters, tno others paint their faces ns well as tholr can-- , vas, to liido tho traces of irregular lives in garrets and tho effects of still moro Irregular meals In restaurants, whoro dpgstcaks nnd nduli tcrntod chemical compounds figuro names ns food under g ' Block Heirs, M.L Heavrln.agt 700 Battlttt, Ben V . . 1 Drndshnw, John . Foreman, Mrs L P &SIster 13 balance Gain Coal Co Mills, Amy E . . . 90 Morton Mclvinn , . .63 Miles, Chas 150 Ohio County Fair Co . 32 Rnlns, John W 30 Schenck, E H 35 Watts, II P 190 Hood's Sarsaparilla What Ilood'i Bamparilla ha done for me tend my wife. Bho baa bnn afflicted with eoralgla palna In her head for alx year aha and It nettled In bar ejree. At times stay would b totally blind and havo to M UM... .WU. .1. $19 00 5 95 4 S "It etv ms great plcaiuro to stato en 870 i 75 .... 1 8 10 33 65 5 740 fr I ypsn , for tnonthi. A abort tlma ago we began fcntic C 3m1 yrC9J YMtJ Baraaparlllaand loaay, I, God, aha la abla using Hood'a mint Nriu'aW LZm I vWw Hood's Cures con-tin- 11 1 1 Locris- - Dental ville Qp. d one-hal- Children a Pitcher's Castorla, 1 IF I WANT -- BEST free-for-- i-- fjl 2-- 1 ts in ut, Liv-crmo- re one-hor- 35-i- 1 fbe Best It WE HAVE agents llui-iim- ., aloi-it- Al-ne- ER SAFE OperatmgtheAosler and Qorlics Safe iVIrMRi 1 lli'iaelSIimv well-kno- Mosler Corliss Patents. Iwni mzi3KHsmin SALESROOMS. jSilejitiiii i, imwliri kifWj4ufrmwii$ktimih ,y. , t ,,,, f ' . . ( ( iMffil E'ifll'taa'HfffiWSit-'-SWHETvH-tf- "r ' .. -1 a. -- rJtnJmbim Wj?4.-).,Mltn-. n, ., A?J& .Jmm 'asfr,,.' ' H 4 THE OLDEST AND THE BEST 25 pounds N. O, Sugar for $1, Carsou & Co's. at New spring Bros. & Co's. embroideries at Fair TO EDUCE OUR STOCK OF Full and W inter goods wo have placed tlio moat prompt ntiil cffectlvo remedy for diseases of llio throat and lung, la Ajer's Cherry l'cctoral. As an emergency medi cine, for tlio euro of front). Soro Tlirnnt. Cotigli-cur- I.ndlca nnd gents new lies at Fair Bros. & Co's. 17 pounds Granulated Sugnr for $1. at Carson & Co's. Vantkd:-- A nlccdot of fat chickens at Carson & Co's. e Dr. J. II. White returned from Ito-sin- m.'M&w. Vr j lining Tevcr and Whooping Cough, AYER'S j J Cliorry cannot 13. Wednesday. Mr. h. F. Hoeker, Sutherland, was In town Tuesday, Pectoral the entire line at cost This is no idle talk AYER'S to draw crowds, ut an actual iact. We Cherry Pectoral guarantee every arAwarded Medal at World's Fair, ticle in winter wear Uier to be as stated. AYERS PILLS Cure and Stomach Troubles M. UitAwi.r.v, I)ls. Sec. of tho American llnp. tlst Publishing Society, Petersburg, Vn., endorses It, as a euro for violent colds, hroncliltli, etc. Dr. llrawloy also adds: To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, I recommend 1). mwB w ho equaled. n. siik list this Mr. R. I,. Bttlllugton was week. 011 the was Mr. W. G. Duncan, In town Wednesday. Iuilsvlllc, Mrs. Caleb Crow, Owensboro, was in town a few days last week. Why pay $1 00 for 17II1 sugar when you can get i8ll at A. D. White. Wc catry a lull and complete line ot Furniture. Carson & Co. Bom to the wile of V. P. Tichenor, Ccntertown, one day last week, a boy. .Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: li Heavy woolen dress 35c; price 50c. goods 54. A few cloaks left nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Name your price and take one. We can't he under-sold- . Miss Stella Ucuuett, Beda, is visiting her sister, Mrs C. M. Barnnett. Carson & Co. New spring goods at Pair Bros, & Rev. Jo. B. Rogers will preach at Co's. Slaty Creek Church next Sunday New percals lor waists at Fair Bros. night. You miss dollars when you buy and don't see Fair Bros. & Co's line of w former & Co's. New line ol new shirtsnt Pair Bros. & Co's. clothing. Mrs. Clarence in. Water proof 40c,former price 50c. 54 in.Ladics clothGOc former price 75c. Tj Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth tic. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satincs 10 and 12i, worth 15c. Bed blankets 75c, $1 and$1.25,worth$150 per pair. comforts worth SI. Ladies ribbed Bed 23c, worth 35c. 99c, worth $1.25. 96c, Walker and son, Helm, Louisville, arc visiting Mr. II. ceries. P. Taylor's family. For cheap goods, call at A. D. Mr. Will Jamison died at his home White's. He near Horse Branch Saturday. 22 pounds N. O. Sugar for $( at was 77 years ot age. Stevens'. Mr. Alfred Hurt, who has been New spring clothing at Fair Bros. working on Capt. Cox's new house, & Co's. has been granted a pension. $io overcoats now 6 at Fair Bros. Wc can't be undersold on anything & Co's. general store. kept in a first-claDon't (ail to see our Cloaks. Carson & Co. Stevens knocks them out on gross Bros. & Co's. call on Our Grocery Stock Is always fine Plenty ot tobacco cotton at Fair and wc can't be beat on prices. Carson & Co. Carson & Co. and Hardware, Ask to see our childrcns Union A. D. Wiiitk. Suits. Price 35 cents sue 2, 3, and ' Carson & Co. New calicoes and ginghams at Fair 4. Bros. & Co's. Don't miss this chance to buy a New mattings nnd oil cloth at Fair uood Overcoat or Cloak for a small Carson & Co. sum ot money Bros. & Co's. For cheap Stoves st Ladios woolen skirts The school at Alexander, under the New tabic linens nnd napkins at management of Prof. C. II. Ellis, Fair Bros. & Co's. closes to day with appropriate exerII you want the worth of your mon- cises. ey call on L. B. Stevens. Our reduction In prices on OverPure crab cider for sale by F. W. coats and Cloaks has made business 22 6m Pirtle, Hartford, Ky. good with us for the last few days. Millinery reduced 50 STOP per cent. Ladies woolen hose AND 24c, worth 35c. Carson & Co. We have some childtens Union Suits, sizes 2, 3, and'4's, which we will sell for35 centscach. Ask to sec Carson & Co. them. union suits 98e, worth 1.25. Ladies and gents Ladies overgators 73c,worth $1. THINK where Boys boots, size 80,11 just -- and 13, for 1, worth $1.50. Rubber boots .$.75, worth S3.25. heavy shoes 98c, worth $1.25. Men heavy jeans pants 99c,worth'$1.25 Men extra quality Ladies 1 laundricd shirts 49c. Ovorcoats that sold for $10 now $ti. Boys overcoats $1 up to $5. Men hats 49c up to S3.50, newest styles. Al wool .suits $1 up ty $15. The following named persons have paid their subscription to The Republican since our last issue: C.J. Kelley, McIIenry; Rev. T. M. Morton, Centertown; Wood Tinsley, Hartford; W. P. Goff, Centertown; Lewis Rogers, Rockport; J. R. Clark, Getbsem-anB. G. Beavers, Nolin; O. J. Thomas, Hartford; J. W. Stevens, Keep account of your expenses and Thomas Minton was arrested Wed- Hartford; Frank Fleener, Cromwell; buy closely and see how much you nesday by Marshal J. P. Stevens, Jno. W. Graham, Narrows; J. S. Alcharged with carrying a concealed have saved in a year. len, Baizetown; J. F. Nlmmo. Beda; weapon. He was placed in jail and H. C. Felix, Hartford; A. V. Thorap-soI was tried yesterday and'rcleased. Louisville. m m Having adopted the Cash plan, I Ill.DA- will quote you the following prices on Miss Rhoda Hipsley is the guest of I goods; If you don't think so try me Mrs. Martha Ward this week. 20c buy at theclosest figures and sell at Arbuckle cofTee perlb Mr. Alex Bennett's new house at 16 pouudsgranulatedsugarfor . $1,00 the very lowest. this place is nearing completion. 20 pounds nice white sugar for . 1.00 Quarterly Meeting was held at 3lb can nice peeled peaches for . . 15 Washington last Saturday and Sun3 cans Tomatoes (Polk's best) for . 25c day. Don't you know that it pays to see you can buy the cheapest? Don't you know that $1 saved is $1 Mr and Mrs. B. D. Ringo went to A merchant buys where lie made? Frankfort last Saturday. Mr. Ringo can get the best goods at the lowest was elected Chairman of the Board of price Equalization and Mrs. Ringo was apas you Fioald do. pointed Assistant Secretary. e, Our Overcoat stock has been reduced greatly In thelastfew days and will not last long. Come quick and seCakson & Co. cure a bargain. v.ilch precinct lists most money, vi 'cs and bonds, ami which the least. The series ol meetings at the BapWitch the greatest acreage and value tist Church arc still in progress. of 'Htuc, nlso highest, lowest and avMr. Henry Monroe, Louisville, vls ited the family of his father this week. erage price per acre. Which ptecluct Misses Minnie Duncan, Maggie produces the greatest and least numSmith and Maggie Kelley spent Sat- ber of pounds of tobacco, corn and urday and Sunday at their home in wheat and oats, greatest, smallest and Which has McIIcnry. Mr. R. Mulhall nnd lam, tncrnge yield per acre. ily have moved to this place, where th greatest and least number of acres Mr. Mulhall has taken charge of the in woodland, the greatest and small- -J number of horses, mules, catties, section. high-e- n Mr E. D. Tllford 'aas returned shetp nnd hogs; value of same, lowest nnd average price. Which from a stay in Columbus, O., where p - inrt has the largest nnd smallest he prepared himself for a jeweler. Mr. Carl Taylor who has been ill m mber of voters, nnd children be t .en 6 and and 20 years of age and for some time is out again. Miss Lulu Walker visited her par- rn ny other important Statistics ents near Hartford Saturday and Sun- Comparisons' will also be made by Justice districts. If you want to know day. Mr. Ollle Felix, who Is attending " nere you arc at" and how you and school at Bremen, was In town Satur- y 1 precinct and district stands, s 'id in your subscription at once so day afternoon. as t not miss any of this report. Mr. U. S. Whalen, Morgantown, spent this week In town. Ilnll Itoiul Tnx. The value of railroads in Ohio Mr. Tom Parrott was In town Suncounty listed for taxation by R. R. day. Miss Maude Monroe returned fiom C( .nmissloners for the year 1895 is as fo Louisville Wednesday. Mr. Laurence Daniels, Barrett's C . O, & S. W. R. R. . . . $399,721 Ferry, and Miss Lena Johnson, Sulx O F. of R.&G R.R.R. . . . 121,815 phur Sprlngs.matrlculated this week. L . St. L. T. R. R 23 050 Misses Gertie Tichenor and Mollie lotal $544i589 Taylor spent Saturday and Sunday Tax on same amounts to $2,722 91. nt their homes. V due of Railroads lying within the Miss Florence Tichenor, country, corporate limits ol towns in Ohio spent Tuesday night In South Beaver county is as follows: Dam with Miss Lottie Barnard. C, O. & S. W. in Roslne, $Go 31; Mr. J. T. Lynn, a drummer, spent in Beaver Dam, $68 80; Hamilton, Sunday with his wife who is board$150 72; In McIIenry, $83 31; inRock-por- t, ing with Miss Emma Barnes. $6r 31. Miss Viola Pirtle is in town helpO. F. of R. & G. R. In Fordsville, ing the firm of Hoeker & Co. Invoice $3 75. this week. L. St. L. & T.ln Fordsville, $24 15. Miss Susie Stewart spent Friday Value of Railroads lying in the and Saturday nights in town with different school districts of Ohio counfriends. Attye. ty is as follows: A young man in Lowell, Mass., C, O. & S. W. in district No. 6, troubled for years with a constant suc$13,365: In No. 8, Rlcketts, cession ot bolls on his neck, was com- $19,802; In No. 10, Goshen, $19,860; pletely cured by taking only three in No. 19, Nineteen, $20,830; In No. bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. An 23, Horsa Branch, $30,420; in No 30, other result ol the treatment was Rosine, $38,460; in No. 31, Salem, greatly Improved digestion with in- $18,760; in No 32, Leach's, $12,800; in No. 36, Excelsior, $24,305; in No. creased avoirdupois. . 41, Beaver Dam, $42,720; in No. 75, Notice. All parties indebted to the firm of Elmwood, $39,360; in No. 81, White Stevens & Rial will call and settle Hall, $19,040; in No. 82, Rockport, with L. B. Stevens this week or find $'3i3o; in No. 106, McIIenry,$9,565; their accounts in the hands of an offi- it No. loS, Hopewell, $32, 160; in No. 114, Vine Hill, $19,840; in No. 115, cer. Parties owing me old meat accounts have been asked the last time Horton, $24,545. O. F. of R. & G. R in No. 5, Ola-to- u, to settle. Your excuses are no longer $13,230; inNo.23, Hoise Branch, good. You must settle this week if you settle with me. It will save you $11,400; In No. 35, Gentry,$8,6io; in No, 44, Hickory Grove, $13,200; in money and hard feelings to settle beNj. 80, Burks, $7,150; in No. 84, fore next Monday. Yours respectfully, L. B. Stevens. D. jnefield, $13,425! in No. 90, White Ojk, $12,250; in No. 95, Washington Quarterly t'onlercnce. Station, $14,295; in No. 96, $21,145. The Second Quarterly Conference It seems that the L., St L. & T. for Hartford Circuit, M. E. Church, h, 1 not been valued in the school South, will convene at Hartford, next di tricts through which it passes. Saturday and Sunday, Feb, 15 and 16. Sc.iool trustees and towns having a The Presiding Elder, Rev. G. H. to assessed within their limits for Hays, D. D., is expected, and as there the year 1895 may now demand payis very importortant business to be ment of the Rarilroad, as said tax is attended to, all the officials are earn- now due. Sheriff Keown will take estly requested to be present. cae ot the county's part. J. S. Chandler, P. C. BEAVER DAM. ' HID THE ELEOTRKi LIGHT Highefiv1 Honors Awarded World' Fair. Not Knowing What to Do with It Ho Put It In a Drawer. "BUI" Wilson tells a funny story, about a man ho slept with ono night in Portland, on his way homo from tho coast. Tho mnn ,was n balk player a very young nnd extremely 'its: er, unsophisticated accord, ing to "Bill," who docs not want to mention his nnmo because tho youngster may bo n player manager somo of theso days, nnd "Bill" Ls still young. Anyway, thoy woro in Portland, It was bedtime, at least tho young player thought so, nnd ho went off upstairs to mako tho best of ten hours' slumber. Another member of tho former Minneapolis team went upstairs with tho youth and sat talking with him whllo hoidis-robeAt last ho got ready and climbed under tho clothes. "Good night," said tho visitor; "I guess I'll lot you sleep." "Say" yelled tho unsophisticated "how do you got that light out?" Tho other man poked his head back in tho doorway nnd looked fixedly nt tho electric light for a moment as though tho problem puzzled htm. "Tako it to bed with you," ho said. "That's tho only way I know." Tho unsophisticated got out of bed, examined the incandescent minutely, turned It this way nnd that, and seemed completely nonplussed. Then ho carefully untied tho cord by which tho lamp was suspended, carried tho lamp to a bureau, put it in a drawor and shut tho drawer on It. "That's' all right," ho said "they can't fool mo, you know." About 11 o'clock that night "Bill" Wilson went up to bed. Tho unso phisticated was asleep, and "Bill" went groping all over tho room after thoclectrlo light. Ho couldn't find it anywhere. Then ho took tho sleeper by tho shoulder and shook him vigorously. "Say, wako up, there," ho yelled;' "what havo you dono with the! n light?" "Light?" said tho other, In a sleepy tone, "oh that fako In tho string? Why, I put it in tho drawer of tho bureau." Then Wilson noticed a glaro com-iln- g through tho kcyholo of tho drawer and, opening, it flooded tho room with light. Ho did not say much to his bedfellow that night, but from' all accounts tho latter has been hav-- j ing an awful timo evor since Mln- -' neapolis Journal. ball-playe- r, d. ' MfS mm mm CREAM A Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Craps Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. TltK WONDERS Of HEREDITY. Ho talent for drawing? She From his father. tist. Truth; From whom does he inherit his TIo is a den- The Candid Friend. Stis3"tfiilla Look at my picture In this album. It Is a perfect caricature,' isn't it? Miss Molly Yes, but it looks much like you. Texas Sittings. tery No Market for Tllm. Deacon Hopeful An honest man Is ' the noblest work of Qod. Elder Sourvlow Possibly; but reryj few except tho Lord seem to appreciate, the fact. Truth. "When I was 13," began A Good Memory, ' the spinster, v; Hint TS-lh- Wfse. If you wish to seo tragedy In Arkansas just let somo strango fellow refuso to down In front of a circus. Galveston Nows. Great object3 form great minds. Emmons. The meeting at the Baptist Church closed last night. Bro. Wolforddid some powerful preaching. He was in his efforts to do good and destroy evil. While some were not delighted with his plain talk he had respectable and cultured audien-cen s. ii Hall's Hair Ren ewer is pronounced the best preparation made thickening the growth of the hair and restoting that which is gray to its originaUcoK or. t , Boy City Chat. Hard to Answer. The Cross-Eye- d Waiter (after tha collision) Why don't you look' where yon oxo going? Second Walter Why don't you go where you're looking? St. Paul's. A Hard Tart. He I understand your part In the new play Is very difficult. She Ye1!- - I haTo to change my 13 times. Brooklyn lite. cos-tu- "What a wonderful memory you hare, auntie," put In her thoughtless niece- - , Will Save n, You Money It is Money to me Extra quality Mcintosh coats $7, worth S8.5o. We are here to do busii ess with you The lower the prices I make to you the more trade you make for me, the 15c 2 if c more trade I have the more money it Dried beans per pound Is to me. I quote thefojlowing which 'Flake hominy per pound A. D. White. is a great slaughter in prices: N. O sugar 22 lbs tor fioo We wish to say to those subscribers 16 Um Gr.inulated sugar for . . 100 who hnve received a statement from 2 cans nice peeled Peaches for 25c this piper recently, to please consider 25c It I rum a business stindpoint 3 " good cm lor Wr . 25c did not send the statement to nuke 3 " good btaiiii . 150 3 lb can Ca ifornui apricots ou mad, nor did we doubt vour in. Best hominy per pound . . tention to pay, but wc NHUD the Dried apples per pound . . . . money. Please send or bring the Best lenf mrd per pound &i c amount to us Remember you can 2 packages Oatmeal 25c still get This RurunucAN nnd Louis2 packages Macaroni 25c ville Comutercial both one year for California apricots (Iried) perlb . ia $1 2.s in advance 3 cans Polk's Com 3 cans June peas 3 cau beans 3 lb can Apricots 25c Rev. Denton is assisting in the 25c protracted meeting at this place. 25c The three year old daughter ofC. K. Carson died at its home near Hor-to- n the 9U1. Inst. It was buried in the Carson graveyard. Funeral aerv-Iswere conducted by Rev. G. J. Mars. Bean. es .... ac For upward ol two years the publishers of McClnre's Magazine have been quietly gathering material and pictures for a new life oi General Grant, They believe that they have made a larger collection of portraits Mr. Claud D. Hays, ofWhitcsvllle of Grant (many of them rare) and othis visiting friends and relatives near er pictures relating to his life, than has ever been made before. This town. It oil nerd Kales 10 Hot Springs, Ark. biography will bring out the real The C, O. & S. W. R. R. has on Grant in the same vivid, thorough, MOOT IN QUANTITY. BE8TIN QUAUTV. sale round trip excursion tickets, and interesting manner as Lincoln is gnjd ninety days, to the Famous Hot presented in the "Life" now tunning Springs of Arkansas, at very low in McClurc's. They have been foix rares. Direct connections from printunate In servring the cooperation ol cipal stations on the C, O. & S. W Col. F. D. Grant, who has most of R R., nnd but one change of cars (In WHITE'S CREAM his father's papers. Memphis) to Hot Springs. 'lot Springs is the only health re so t owned, indorsed and conducted FOR SO YEARS If you would always be healthy, Has lod all WORM Romodlos. b the United States Government. keep your blood pure with Hood's 'EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.' Climate like that of Italy. This is Sarsaparilla, the One True Blood Pursold nv AT.r- - nnvoaisTM. the best season to go. Over 300 hoifier. niciuRDsc? siDfmi to., it. tons. tels and boarding houses at rates to suit all visitors. The hot waters have Bringer" for fitty years been found unexcelled for the cure ofrheumatism, blood and skin diseases, female complaints, troubles of the stomach, liver and kidneys, insomnia, nervous prostration, etc. Illustrated pamphlets and full information furnished by any ticket agent of C, O. & S. W. R. R., or S. G HATCH, General passenger Agent, Is REPUBLICAN Louisville, Ky. WORMS vermifuge; The reason It's a Business it pays to advertise in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ss-to Because THE Reaches .the People. R Dobm 2c 2c .... lb. . . 10c " peaches (dried) per and by fair and hon- L B STEVENS. est treatment we I, Field, Bowling Mr. and Mrs. hope to receive your Green, was In town this week. patronage at all times We catry a big line of Groceries and Carson & Co Wo will guarantee Funlture. Headquarters for the best chewing the prices the lowest tobacco In town. A. D. Warns. B SceoH niufeicii is Cod-liv- er Clition says: A The Hancock good many years igowhen sewing maa tanner living near chines sold for town borrowed that amount from a neighbor and bought one The principle or iuteiest were neither paid, and the note was renewed from time to time. The estate Isnow being settled np nnd it will take something over $250 00 to cancel the obligation. this amount would buy nearly a car load of sewing machines win nrow. &, To-da- y NHALLllOUHE. A series of meetings are being cons ducted at Ceralvo by the Revs. Jenkins and Sister Munn. The Select School taught by Prof. J hn Wood at Ceralvo began last Mjthlay Quite a number from this vicinity are in attendance. Miss Oma Maddox is attendlug school at Centertown. Mr. T. J. Ford visited his parents 0 Centertown Friday Miss Gertie Keld is visiting relatives at this place. Muhlenberg Mr. Will Dulluck, County, sold his farm to Mr, Charles Robertson and contemplates buying SHIP YOUR PRODUCE HERNDON-CARTEINCORPORATED, CO. We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and'honcst dealing is the secret of our success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. 813-81- 0 Murroll Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. D ;r scan-Americ- an Gold NEW YORK CITY. GOLD! ! and Trading Company, IOO BROADWAY, Tho principal objects of this company ro to buy, tell (nil operate gold mines, Vorhaps you cannot aflord to buy sn entire gold mine, but you can bare ao Interest la sereral Talu-abl- e ones through us. - and the quality excelled. sbo us. un- Como to Remember that A. D. White will not be undersold by anyone. Cod fish, Pickled pig feet, chow-cho- w, sweet pickles, etc., at Stevens'. Oil I 7- L FAIRBE0S.&C0. BroriiiETons, i aritord Sample " of H""1" Ballards Baking Powders is the best on the market and you get more for your money Accidents arc happening every day. Fire Is an accident. You had better insure your property, Don't miss this chance to buy a good Overcoat or Cloak lor a small sum ol money. Carson & Co, A "running account" at a store means a good deal of running to collect the bill. Buy where you can get whatyou need and pay for it without making np bad debts for others. That's.at Fair Bros, & Co,s store, without the fish- fClt tflSte. a. Feb. Orleans '00. Tickets will be on sale from Beaver Dam Feb 14th to 17th Inclusive with return Limit to 15 day from date of sile special passenger train will leave Louisville 3 p. m. Saturday February 15th consisting of day coaches chair cars and sleepers. This train can be taken at Central City at 7 o'clock p. m. on 15th by going from Beaver Dam on the 1 o'clock p. m train after which there will be no change of cars to New Orleans. H. MBRRiCK.Agt. Mnrill Urns New 17III-1NI- I.. la this vicinity. Farmers have began plowing for c rn and making plant beds. Mrs. Gold Richardson is visiting 1 rs. Crawford near here, fr Rock, Rockport, made atrip t this place on business this week. Mr. Mferion Kimbly delivered some 1 gs hete this week which he sold to L- 1 Barnard. Wlml II Henns to be President. OUR COUNTRY NEEDS IT In 1687 Harrison's next arti- YOU get all the VirtUe .. fashion. Hartford, Ky. the Oil. YOU . . , nothing bUt SKID Ol . ., - .. cle in his series to The Ladies Home Journal will tell what it- - means to be County ritistlallc. He President of the United States Beginning with our next Issue we will out line the President's power, will commence the publication of the his duties and how he discharges Statistics of Ohio county as compiled them, the trials and annoyances to by the Assessor and prepared for whlcn he Is put, and show what the publication by W. A. Gibson. This n ntral Idea of the President is and will be of great Interest to every clt- - how he tries to carry it out. Gen, izenofthe county and they should Harrison also explains what relation not lall to get every copy of this pa- - each Cabinet officer holds to the Pres-- 1 per containing said Statistics, which lent, and tells of his own relations In thjs with his Cabinet when he was Presiwill require several Issues. publication w? shall not only give dent. Enormous fortunes bare been mails la gobi mln. Inj, but norer wero tbs opportunities greater tbaa they are The. ownership of a few shares ot our stock may male you rich. Bomo of tbo wealthiest men of y became so through mining. The cry of ths whola world Is for Gold I and Its Talus and necessity Is being more fully appreciated each day. All precious mineral dUcorerles are) practically gifts to ths people. Each person U entitled to what ho can fairly get. Wby not try for yourself through us now I Bplundld opportunles for securing great bargains U mines coma to us constantly. Our agents are reporting from ths gold DeMs ot this continent and Ths company owns two promising from Africa. properties to Cripple Creek, W propose to derelop ouo of ths most remarkable, well proTsn placer mlnoajn tho world. It has already produced about UOW.COO by crude surface working, and is esU- atrd to contain orer 123,000,000 la gold. - tho first shipments of gold, axrunllnT to 000,000, were made from South Africa, production was nearly JIO.&W too. It Is estimated that works under way and conn oijilatrd will produce J10O,OO0,OOO pcryrar. Less than flro years ago Cripple CroiL wnCun-know- a as a mining camp. Ii ISM It projucei $900,000. It is Dor producing 1,0ft,000 pi r Two old men, tired out and a'mott l.optlef , not many years since clung desperately to a sina'l hole ) la the ground which showed some traces That hole has since yielded oier'jJ.OCO.Ci1. ' The Idaho Mine has paid y tjC"1. dhldendi, the Crown rotnt nearly ftlOOtUlk 1. Deleter orer UJ.000,000. We know of no other prominent Industry such large dlrldeDds on capital buttol at t U.j derelopcd producing gold mines. The of K p. r cent, per annum Is quite common, ul.3s iwnom-esreturns are made n many lustaucen. We offer for sale 10,000 shares of our coplt'l Muck at the par raluo leu than la 1894 tho MM ro $10 PER SHARE. Fayablafl per share ou appllcatloq alii sightly, beginning Feb. 1, IPSO. Hoimr, desiring to pay la full can avcuro cmlaVaW paid stock at once. e or expert Remit by check or registered letter to AU3TI.V OALLACL 1 , 100 Broadway, N York irt i total Statistics on the county, but mill fur the taste. nn enroll nreclnctsenaf&telv comparison make It Interest and by Jng to every citizen, and will show rnnrf Children Cry for Pitcher's Caitorla. v U the time to tnrest with us. Do not wait ry man, woman and child Is eager to buy j ricis have odrancednormou!y. v l.ut!VI.l TT N -- 4 - attempting to use to pay postage any cancelled or marked postage stamp or postal card or to sell or offer to sell same is not less than six nor more than twelve months imprisonment or a line of less than $100 nor more than $500 or fine and imprisonment at the discresion of the court. We publish the above at requst of the Postoffice officials who reportthat lor some time past letters have been dropped in the office with cancelled stamps upon them by some persons unknown to the officials and we publish this in order to give the law. E. W, Baghy, a prominent lawyer of Paducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whooping cough when all things else failed. It's a new remedy for coughs. Guarantee by all dealers. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist and Renlrow Bros,, Narrows! Ky, p lection of such announcements and County Dirootory. the following is the result: "Annual sale now on. Don't go Friday, Fbdiumry 14, 1896. cmcuiT COURT. elsewhere to be cheated come in Hon. W- - T. Owen, Judgo Owenshere." "A lady wants to sell her pi- - boro. WINTER IS HERE. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney ano.ns she is going nbroadin n strong Owensboro. iron frame." "Wanted, experienced Bringing With a Catarrhal nurse for bottled baby." "Furnished J. W. llluck, Jailor Hartford. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. apartments suitable for gentlemen Disoasoa of All Kinds 1), D. Itltigo, Master Commissioner with folding doors." Hartford. "Wanted, n room by two gentleQ. B Likens, Trustco Jury Fund Winter la half over. Teople nre nnd 20 feet Hartford. continuing to catch colds, and not a men about 30 feet long "Lost, a collie dog by a Cal. P. Keown. Sheriff Hartford. Louse but hears the winter cough. broad." answering to Jim Deputies Snmuol Kcown Hartford People are trying to get something to man on Saturday Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. II. with a brass collar around his neck cure these troubles, which nre almost "Wanted, by a re- Bishop, Ceutcrtown; S. T, Stevens, Inevitable at this time of tVc year. and a muzzle." Cromwell. spectable girl, her passage to New It can safely be said that uine-tcntCourt convenes first Monday in York; willing to take care of children March nnd August nud contiiiuesthrco of the people In the United States "Respectable weeks, and third Monday in May and have a cold dome time during the and a good sailor," TuesNovember two weeks. winter. There Is one remedy which widow wants washing for COUNTY COUKT. day." "For sale a planafortc, the will prevent colds and coughs and John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. cure them with certainty when they property of n musician with carved D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. legs." "Mr. Brown, lurries, begs to nre contracted. This remedy is PeE. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. will make up gowns, ruana. Taken with regularity during announce thnthe Court convenes first .Mommy in the winter months, It will entirely capes, etc., for ladles out of their own each month. QUAltTEItLY COURT. prevent coughs, colds, la grippe, con skin." Begins on tho third Monday in "A boy wanted who can open oyssumption, bronchitis or pneumonia. April, July nud October. It will also cure without failure ca- ters with reference." "Bulldog for January, COURT OP CLAIMS. recent cases of consumption, sale; will eat anything; very fond of tarrh nnd Convenes first Monday iu children." "Wanted an organist and Tuesday nfter tho fourthJanuary, and often In advanced stages. Monday nnd a boy to blow the same." Everybody should have the in October. "Wanted, a boy to be partly outOTHER COUNTY OITI0EK9. book on catarrh and winter diseases G. S. Fitzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur which Is being sent free by The Pe- side and partly behind the counter." ruana Drug Manufacturing Company "Wanted, for the summer, a cottage Springs. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. for a small tamsly with a good drainof Columbus, Ohio. Z. II. Shultz, School Supt, Hartage," "Lost Near Hlghgate archford. To nil whom it may concern be It way, an umbrella belonging to a genL. W. Hunt, Coronor Sulphur known that thepenalty for using or tleman with a bent rib and a bone Hartford Republican wwMwesirecaMMeBMMQaaMMSflttCBflBaMB, Wliii 'Wo chin or M fj& Done ILVWjUUWilr with V"Ktf m UtTWxnxrhwi vM ? j. for Infante and Children. hs HIRTY oTiiervntlon of Cnatorlia with the patronngo of mlllloni of portoni, permit m to appall of It wlthont Rn ulag. It i nnqnctlonnl)ly tli licit remedy for Infanta nnd Children tho world hi over hnown. It la linrmleaa. Clillilron llfco It. It kItoh them health. It will anvo tholk-- Uvea. In It Mothtira hay tomothlng whloh la nhiolutoly rnifo run, prnotlcnlly perfect n child' medlolne. Cmtorla dcttroy Wornn. Coitorla allay FeTerlhai. Caatorlrt prevent vomiting Sonr Card. Caitorla cnre Dlarrhma and Wind Collo. Caitorla relieve TccthlnK Tronhlci. Cmtorla onre Contlpatlon nnd Flatnlency. Cattorln nontrrtUte tho effeot of carhor.lo add c or polionon air. Cnatorla doe not contain morphine, opium. or othernarcotlo property. Caatorla aclmllate tho food, regnlaten the atomach and howel, giving healthy nnd natnral sloop. Cmtorla la pnt up In onwakj hottle only. It 1 not old In talk. Don't alloir any one to aoll yon anything clie on the pita or promljo that it 1 "jutt a good " and "will iimwcr every pnrpoie." Sea that yon tret Tho lo T rnr' Gairette Soap Tvn1iinrr i ! ! ; V 'fftlifl t w'Fmm is not while washing, ns all soap is not A11 Kin 7iJrj tXtili Vai.TisCiK.TiissWir'isssssssff Claircttc I i1 winrmhrr. Made bvt, ' N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, THE lf,1 in clothes, nl- tint vrays proves that tncy are stran-- i ow tn rinirette Soar). TrV it. "when seen That bath-bric- k &&?T;kfr$fBkm', "n:tr lniiia g ""C An Elegant txBBaawWBBWP aSMS IDphostered-- y'' ""'" -- i . il - "Widow in comfortable handle." circumstances wishes to marry two "Wanted Good boys for sons." punching." "To be disposed of, a mail Phrcton, the property of a gentleman with a moveable headpiece as good as new." Westminister Gazette. Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' Vahogany parlor gait. Somebody will get this innunlficent preterit l'KUK and ever) body who makes a purchase of $3 or over will have a chance to et it; the drawing to be held Jantnry 1, 1896, before n coiiutiitUc ol Owens-boro'- s representative citizens, at the Foorhouse alfinatnro o? t&tfS&fa " lion avery wrapper. COURTS. September I4, December I4. Buford. Ben F. Graves March 30, Juno 29, September 28, Dece- Barrett's Ferry, March Fordsville. J. A. Bowling 16, Juno 15, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. mroiny.FTMra Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company. These trains run daily. West bound trains. I I ! STATION'S. No 51. No. S3-p m 7 45 a m . . I.v. U. Depot, Louisville . 30 Kentucky Street 6 45 800 West Torut S40 7 20 . . Howard 8 43 7 23 WilUmdalc 8 55 7 32 . . Rock Haven 858 7 38 Long Hranch 7 45 905 . Brandenburg 7SS 914 I 6 L E F TUII E NCt'UELB. a tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve, which cured him inside of one week. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey sells well and cures. Res'y, M. Meyer & Co., January 15, 1895. Buras, Ky. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has done a great deal more for me than can be told by pen. W.H.Skiiaman. Buras, Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Narrows, Ky. lIMftlyTowii-iciuTo-da- Harteord. A S, Aull March 2, Mr. Will Skillmanhas had the sore Juno 1, September 2, December 2. Rosine. C. L. Woodward eyes for years. He has tried many doctors and rerue ies, and has always March 13, June 13, September 13, lailed to get reliet until we sold him December 13. March 9, mber. When train. it I East bound I No, 52. . Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson June 8, September 7, De7. cember s ! M ' We feel assured that the Republicans of the 4th District cannot be better represented in the National Republican Convention than by the Hon. J. S. R. Wedding. We feel that the Republicans cannot place their confidence in a man that deserves them more than Mr. Wedding. He g has been a worker in the Republican party and has done a great deal to build up the party in Ohio county. The Cumberland Teleohone Company have just completed a telephone line from Owensboro to Livermore, which we hope will prove very beneficial to the Company. We have a box in at our little station, which is quite an improvement to the little village. Marshal Buckle, of Liver-mortelephoned II. McMillion at Nuckles last Friday week to be on the lookout for a man that had gotten away from him at Livermore, giving him the description of the man, About eleven o'clock Mr. McMillion saw a man of Mr.Buckle's description going North on the L. & N. R. R. He halted the man but he would not stop. Mr. McMillion started toward the road and the said man began to Mr. McMillion, followad by run. Mr. Nuckles, took after him; they run him up the railroad about one mile and there he left the track, jumped over a slat and wire fence into a pond of water and there Messrs. McMillion and Nuckles caught him and took him back to Llvermore and delivered him over to Marshal Buckle. The charge against him was unlawfully selling liquor. Mr. S. C. Tlchenor and daughter, Miss Liddie, went to Owensboro Thursday and returned Saturday. The farmers are busy delivering tobacco nnd burning plant beds. Samuel. life-lone, l. The Central City Republican says: y Michael Helsly of this with Mrs.MaryNourse Town-senof Hartford, Ky. Mich.-e- l Helsly was born In this county in 1838, and hence is one of its oldest, as well as best citlz ens. He was married in 1S6S to Miss Mary Susan Smith. This happyunion was blessed with four children, and was broken by the death of the fond moth er and good wife at the end of about ten yearn. After two or three year3 he married Miss Mary Susan Bell, sister of Thos. Bell of Belton, Ky. This good woman was a devoted wife and a real mother to his children for ten or eleven years when she died leaving him again broken up and desolate, and he has so lived lor several years, till to day, Michcel Helsly and Mrs. Mary Nourse will be made one, and many are their friends who join in congratulations. Now John D. Casebier arises and out of the very depth of his confusion cries to know what kin he and Mich-e- el are! Mich.'el Helsly and John's mother were brother and sister. John's first wife and Michrcl's first wife were sisters. Michael's second wife was John's cousin. John's present wife and Mich id's present betrothed are sisters. What kin are John and his uncle coun-ty.unit- d Tlic l'roj.er Time When the most benefit is to be derived from a good medicine, is early in the year. This is the season when the tired body, weakened organs und nervous system yearn for a building-u- p medicine like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Many wait for the open spring weather and, in fact, delay giving attention to their physical condition so long that a long siege of sickness is inevitable. To rid the system of the impurities accumalated during the winter season, to purify the blood and to invigorate the whole system, ther is 804 813 82S 9 23 . . . . 93 9 47 Ekrou Irvington No. 54. A complete line of neb Room, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining Room Ar. 1 00 p m 3 05 p m and School Furniture with Prices lower than ever bclore. We can sell 12 45 7 5o you a bid room set lor f 10 50, or a sideboard lor the same ptice, which will 12 05 7 10 make 011 feel cood every time jott look at it. . These, however, are 12 02 707 6 59 11 52 simples ol our uuequalcd bargnrns.of which we have an Immense house full 6 53 11 45 The finest line o! parlor suits, l'loor and Swinging Rackets, Desks ana 6 47 n 37 COURTEOUS and LIBERAL TREATBook cases ever in Owensboro. 6 39 11 2S e Goods. MENT, I'AIR. nnd HONEST Dealing. STY1.ISII and 1 1 624 09 The VERY LOWEST Prices. 616 12 00 Well-Mad- eomes to furniture we are in the lead. jut 8 37 8 45 858 955 1003 1023 . . . 10 18 Webster Lod burg . Sample Stephen&port 9 02 9S 9 IS 9 22 9 33 9 44 9 52 9 58 10 08 10 15 1025 1039 10 42 11 05 11 13 11 18 11 28 it53 nothing equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla. Don't put it of!, but take Hood's Ssr- -' saparilla now. It will do you good, 1025 Read the testimonials published in 1038 behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla, all from 1048 Pliable, gjateful people, Tiiey tell 11 00 the story. 11 05 11 11 11 11 11 11 oS 15 33 31 3S . . Addison . . Holt . Cloverport . . Shops . . Skillman . . Hawesvillc . . I'etrie , . Falcon . , 10 10 10 10 10 10 51 42 27 18 13 603 5 55 5 48 5 35 LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, B. S. 10 9 57 9 53 9 42 531 529 W0LF.112 W. Main, Owensboro. 5 14 57 "35 n 45 11 57 . . . Lewisport Waitman 9 30 9 22 9 16 53 4 53 446 440 4 32 "Bread is the StaSf of Mfe," mSSSo. V r 907 Good Old Granny Metcalf, S6 years 7 59 old, living at 618 Monroe street, . Reeds 7 52 Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Fine . SpotUville 7 43 Tar Honey is the best grip cure, . . . Hasketts 730 1358 cough, lung and bronchial remedy I.v. 7 30 a 1 15pm Henderson 55 that has been offered to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. Nrrnlcli nml lip .Senile I l in Itiiiiv ANTED SALESMEN Those who show a newspaper man We want ono or two GOOD a kindness never makes a better inMENin each county to tnko orders 3f-ap- 1 vestment, or one that will pay them for a CHOICE lino of NURSERY 12 07 p ur . . . 12 19 . . 12 24 . . . 13 2S 13 35 12 43 13 51 1'owers . . Pates Chrensboro Griffith . . 9 00 8 50 425 Ballard's Obelisk SSS CaraitosXMiM 4 16 8 37 8 15 a 10 Mattlngly . . 827 405 3 55 3 44 3 39 3 3 3 30 3 33 3 16 3 10 m a S5 P m The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. She Carrie of Stanley Worthington 8 06 For sale by btevenSvV Rial. H.irtlotd. ky ... the Jext PREIENWe W 5' 13 a c El g We ask this repeatedly, because it serious diseases Iten follow trifling m ailments. 1 adly day? ...... A.k ' J I Brown's I Iron BO Michccl, anyway? A Friend. Bitters dose. medicine, which Is H Brown's Iron Bit- - a ters. Benefit comes M from the very first Z and generally ex- hausted, nervous, have no appetite and can't work, begin at once tak- trig the most rella- ble strengthening H...I m a u. m a. 5 J larger returns. There are times in the life of evey man, may he be in either private or political life, wheu a newspaper can either make or brake Newspaper his luture prosperity. . . . men, like others, are only human. They lavor those who favor them and unlike those who do them a wrong. Men too olten, in the vain iinaglna-- I tion of their own conceit undervalue the true power of the press. No matter how powerful a man may be, the persistent eflort ol the press will kill his strength despite the best effort he may otnerwise put lotu ibx STOCK or SEED POTATOES. Stock and Seed guaranteed. Wo civo you steady employment with Oi Noyomber4, 1800. GOODpay. It willcost ycu nothing to give it a trial. Stato when writPublic interest will steadily increase, and tho iliMipo'nttncnt of the ing which you prefer tosell. men whoso votes turned tho scales at tho laU election, with ttie results under Address, to No. 9 the administration they elected, will make the campaign tho most extcnsely HWKH NURSERY CO,. exciting in the history of the country. IlOCIIESTKK, N Y. rrommiaSAltM lewi trr&tmont h nruv tletOflrptijalcHnnf 30 yean eiperience. no uau rueciaurucieuuoairfim uustuw. ISo lunrttur. wrlnklM or flibMnMu. im prtiTtfttrrtirraibtaUiiand bmutiflctctmplMlrta. rhr itda as and aocltt j laJlea Indorse It 1 houuuda cured. fl Ml I. 1 mm wm Will be Announced in STATES I I i 1 REDUCED THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Aft COLLEGE E. E. Sutherland Med. Co.: Gents: I write this letter because I believe you have made a discovery in a cough, cold, throat and lung remedy that the people ought to have. I refer to Dr. Bell's Fine Tar Honey. I have thoroughly tested it and know its wonderful merits. It cures. Any one who ever needs a remedy of bhould never be this kind without a bottle of Dr. Bell's Fine l'linny "AiU." Tar Honey. Jerry M.Forter, Curiously worded advertisements, Glass and Queeusware, which are funny without Intent, are Jan, 15, 1895. Paduchah, Ky. common iu London papers, it would For sale by Z. Wayne Grifliu&Bro., seem. An English paper otfercd n druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Narprize the other day for the best col- - rows, Ky. 2 Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver 2 has been advanced by the manulactures Neuralgia, Troubles, e ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey It is o b Constipation, Impure Blood, All deil Nervous ailments S truly a wonderlul remedy. 2 Malaria, ers sell it on a positive cuaranto Women's complaints. 0 For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin i.v Urn Get only the genuine it has crossed red 2 druggist, and Kcnlrow Bros , N,u lines on ine wrapper. H DROWN CHEMICAL IT CURES S The theory in the treatment of coughs, lung and bronchial affections fxmflJentliUy. For particulars addrtts, with tump, HO CWVnPD HtTitbtr'aTfatUffMIIIClGO, ILL,, UK Oil I UCtim Or MlllrM4wftr,AIrT WKM. CIII, PATIENTS TREATED DY MAIL PBEEI PBEEI THE NATIONAL BUSINESS CO. BALTIMORE, MO. uaB6B9HCB919aBctEISHlBr rows, Ky, REIVE 7iDRErr'MS $1.00 FOE YOUR PHOTMRAPH. Wrlto us a letter covering theso thrco points: , First. Stato how long you Lavo known, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Mcdlclno." Second. Stato dlscasos you havo known it to euro and glvo tho names of tboso cured by It. Tuikd. Ulvo your opinion ns to tho differenco botweon Its strength and action, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver llcgulator" mado by J. II. Zcllln & Co., and tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattanooga Mcdlclno Co ; botli of which havo sold to dealers at U or 7 cents per package, net, nnd should rotail at not over 10 or 13 cents, if consumers are not Imposed upon, whllo our Original artlclo cannot bo sold at loss than 25 cents per package as wo havo too much regard for human lifo to uso cheap drugs in any of our medicines. Tho icasou is Jilaln; Zellln & Co. nnd tho old proprietors of "Block Draught" woro bothonjolned decelvlug tho public by using the words constituting our trado naino i therefore, look out that somo dealer (not knowing you are posted) don't soil you somo cheap package at n prollt of 800 or 400 percent., Instead of ourGonuIno "Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Mcdlclno," which you bo sure to specify, nnd take no other, as there is nothing clso like It. On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco of chargo, a 81.00 packago Liver Medicine, or on receipt of letter without photograph, wo will mall you a 25 cent packago, fico. Seo tho ailments, caused by indispositions of tho Rldnoys, Llvor, Stomach, and Dowels, which Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Mcdlclno has invariably cured slnco 1810. Sick Headache. Fauutatio.v of the Heaiit. Dkowsiness. Iihhtauili-tt- . Indigestion, Cold Feet, Enlakof.jient op Livcii & Si'leen, SleepHeaviness. lessness. Low Spiuits. Geneual Lassitude. Dullness. is Tim Woman of Wnsliliifstnirn Ilcnrl. Mrs Burton Harrison has written IMIrl l'llrnl ItcliliiK 1'llrn. lor the March Ladles' Home Journal Svmitoms Moisture; intense itchan authoritative sketchof Sally Cary, ing and btiuging;most at night;worse to whom George Washington, in his by scratching. If allowed to continue private letters, clearly points as the tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swanb'8 passion of his life. Mrs. Harrison, Ointment stops theitching and bleedwas Miss Constance Cory before ing, heals ulceration, and in most who h r mnrriHge, is a dirtct tiecen .1 t cases removes the tumors. At drug111. gists, or l 111. ill, lii 50 tent- (t; ol Jt"H' i 111 and School of Telegraphy of Delaware, O. eSeri couria PR KB to all who will entef before Jany. IS, 'DO For full particular addreii, the PreitdtBt Delegare, Ohio. U LehUY, The leading Republican family newspaper of tho United States, will publish nil tho political news of the day, interesting to every American citizen regardless of party affiliations. Also general nervs in attractive- form, foreign correspondence covering tho news of tho world, au agricultural department second to nono in the country, market reports which nro recognized authority, fafcinating short stories, complete in each number, tho cream ol tho humorous papers, foregn and domestic, with their best comic pictures, lashlon plates nnd elaboralede scriptions of women's attire, with a varied nnd attractive department of Tho "Now York Weekly Tribuno" is an ideal family hoechold interest. paper, with a circulation larger than that of nny other weekly publication in Largo changes aro being the country issued from tho odico of n daily. mado iu its details, tending to givo it greater lilo nnd variety, nnd especially raoro interest to tho women nml young pcoplo ol Iho household. A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables us to ofler this splendid juurrml and THE REPUBLICAN for ONE YEAR $1.25 inn. L-r3-D.ce -c5- of tho two papers is 82,23) Subscriptions may begin nt nny time. 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Bo your own Agent. KKUUlhi' HO UKDICAI, SXAMINATIOU n i - -- iiifltrfft , I fir IS JUST A3 COOD FOn ADULTS. WARWANTZD. PniCE GO ctQ, Oil.ATIA, Ills., Not. It, 1991. nit-rite- I Uh f. .1 Nehvous Headaches. Memohv Clouded Indistinct. Wind Colio. Piles, bt Cukino Constipation Pjioducino it. Kidnet Diseases. Fullness op Blood in Head. Numbness op Hands, Arms & Feet, BELcn- INO UP G AS. BLOATINO OP STOMACH AFTER FOOD IS TAKEN. IRIIEOULAK APPEDIMNESS op Vision, TITE. HEARTBURN. Dizziness upon Suddenly Getting Up. Scpfocatino Sensations Dispondency op Pregnant Women. Nausea llUFOitu on After Eatino. Veutioo. Yeluw Jaundice, Deficiency op Perspiration. Female Complaints. Dad Colds Backaches so Common to Mothers. Flatulency. IOS's op Appetite. Pains & Aches in Joints. Chilly Feelings Down the Hack Limbs Feel too Heavy. Champ Colic Hkin Dry As Harsh Bilious Ievkus. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness. Detestation of Food. Sudden Fli'siiesofHeat General Debility. ok Teething Children Dyspepsia. Nervous Depression op Tired Women Unpleasant Dreams. Spitting up op Food Aptf.b Eatino. by Behoving the Cause. Gnawing Sensations in Stomach. Fupfinls? & Dark Kings Under the Eyes. That Hestless "Out op Sorts," Not Kick and Not Well Feelino, so Common with People. It Builds i p Weak & Debilitated Mothers and Fathers & Pali: and Lnfeeblkd Children, by Perfectly Regulating the Action op the Kidneys, Liver, Stomach & Uoweu, so that all pood taken is naturally assimilated. 0. F, SIMMONS MEDICINE 00,, Propa., ST. LOUIS, MO.., & Fret-ruLNEOver-worked Tiued Feelino. Souk Stomach Bad Taste in Mouth. Constipated Bowels. Skw& ErES Yellow Biliousness. Loss op Stuenoth & Flesh. Coate d Tonoue. Pains in Side & cndek Shouldeii Blades. Foul Bueatu. Glimuerinobefoiiethe Lyes. WKiaiiT in Stomach after Eating. Toiipid Liveil Flesh Soft & Flabby. Acute & Ciiuonio Malaria. Bile comino up in MouTn. GUOVlS'll ml) Medicine tleiitlffmem Co., bi. 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