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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896022101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- i,imm "r.ijff'"' wm - IIHpl" '" " " "" "' M " h You cm Cur Your Baby ol ill Trouble! arising from Teeth- " " laf.DlaordarcdStoroncri or Dowel Troubles quickly, by giving py ' SaSisV t Mia aWaaaa..ataaa....aas)1aWI 1 OWEJS PINK MIXTURE. The Haeteoed Repcmican j lalllfSflSlslH Wt sirviM''Nb 6tthi0noln, ,25c pni SOc F.W FLOYD OtknalMj rrM from til plm tr ataar r.Ln.ii. Jrar an sis Sua. " Writs f--r rfrraUrt ia,i Sold br til Deilsrs. OFFICIAL-ORGA- Or THE PAm IN IBS FQQRIH C0mE.Ms.VflimiCl7 b A CO.. ! f 'iJif'' 2JL, y KregutorJ NO. 30. Latest U. S. Gov't Report vol. viii. - HARTFORD, K Y.r FREDAY, FEBRUARY Congressman, Mr. and Mrs .Lewis, Miss" Mary, with their nre atrthb Ebbitt, where the opportunity for Social advantage H not lacking, and Mrs. Lewis enters into the social towlin with perfect ease and a ktiackfor makv comlott.' She-haing friends, and is each day widening her social circle. At the President's last week Mrs 'Lewlo occupied a position in the official circle just back of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland. little-3anglile l89G. Jn Leavening Power. . THE BEST A fTioif KB Highest of all SPRING MEDICINE IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the constitution and .''reck health, Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other remedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system-mabe kept in good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood purifier and corrector. Try It and note Look for the RED Z the difference. You wont find it on on every package. any other medicine, and there Is no other Liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR-t- he Klngof Liver Remedies. you get it. fccllln & Co., Philadelphia, Pat . J. II. e fJeariy- islx-iIF- 1 . cEisrT,"cr'"i ( DLKER 3HCA.-V7TE- .? HICLES X33 ja.3D. 0 j- Baking KoYa! JH' HsaWv Powder ABSOLUTELY .UBg&sfa PURE : HIIS3L.3C) OTIIS3 ... r KING OF A LONELY ISLAND, The Life That Peter Green Leads on Tristan rJ'Acunha. A correspondent of tho London Telegraph states that: Ono of her men-of-w- HARD1NSBURG. IlARDtNSIlUKO Ky., Feb 15, '96 Col. Burrel Heard is bacc t where he several' days, in the interest ol hii candidacy for the Eddy ville wardenship. Many Republicans in the county were sorely disappointed because Dr. F. M. Smith ol Cloverport did not I et t,,e position ol Second Assistant . iuX?icini,of the.LaltelJn.ij; .Asylum,, was strongly ,endoised, and was I h jghly qualified to fill the position.' Col. Aithur Board, a Knightof the . grj) w intowa thu Week attending ,,.. i;A - M. .1 .. . . wwi,.. .i c ia fun . jiraciicxug aiior- ney, v t he knowi a considerable, amount ol lw and takes a great in the proceedings Ol the court Col. Board is a native ol this place and reflects great honor upon the place ol his biith. The Grand Jurymen this term ol coutt ore as follows: William A. Crs ey.J F. McGary, Jno. W. Squires. G P Nottingham. fno.B Stith. Aus- ' tin Pate,1 Arnold Eeden, Thomas Cart, f nrlr Oannaway.Ch.is Lischeu, Chas, Smith and F. "R. Dowell. Mr. Nottingham is loreraau. The iollowmg is a list ol the pettit, had-spen- uu p if 0 .0,., r 'tVJ Children Cry for rcF f?"j fi&sy P. ru l $' '' HjUm 0 K I 4 99 4 B W 0 ft Pitoher's Castorla. tf K 0 7 Pi CO J' 0 ' 0 CO XOO Per Cent, tiro KandHOm ft. - WRITE FOB CA TALO& V- E- Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from 'SiHlllH'Hl&diVlB u E H aUtflSw HBvlviH IKELIEUEI CD. MANUFACTUKES, Hnderson?Ky The Lexington Business College. INCORK)RATD.) r I WHY. you wish to know1 the reason why M L. used to statt, Wttli the dashing blue eyed Nellie, se cart? In his little Why he seldom missed a night And oltcri he'd stay, While the stats were shining bright, 1'ntil the Ureal: ot day II you wish it I will tell you, me whlspefttpou shy II tliey deemed it proptr it is Not your business.why." to Tlll:,HKl(. It is thought they both monia have pneu- one-hor- It lie '3 f Do you wish to i' Irtiow the reason lingered at .the Kate, why fi THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. vU fk StU A.dlt Oolltgr.) OIBrlal Enrlorment,-Iir- WMajlala-ueOf Ul. 1ABI ibM UavniA MS. inn wealth .ni tl l'raaldentbf lb. Stala UKCOnnilMDKD BI sIt. error ol .ucctMful nundrrds of ituaBta. wboM salaries tlumnanrlo of dollar Mr at ov lauaui iti:pinu start Hia lrMTll irotu Hajl to nnurt. Ao last Umik. Ho Copying. at HiulliMI 1A y.ar. prftciir.i vipf icuc. . uw&. Hnnfni 19 . (0(l HlallMt While otlurs weresleeping, ,w. So olten hnd so late, ' Why he took her hand iti his While the moon was l.ir above And juts.sed it t6 his lips And softly told his love; Around her waist he placed his arm And called her lus own; n'; His heart, he snidlorever. bet . For her and her alone. II jou wish it I ill tell your' ,Xet we whisper to yotrahy, ' II they had a icasoa for.it, . . ' It is not your business why. Simckujv. Your truly, ' -- I.VnnlAN ExroNITIOM Into "Airt.rlcin anil tm of tfboribtiid,," t.tiibtto lb thl. Collrs., IX. hfd or thli Ill(tal KadorMment rrira.ntUa .XKourt rportrJ, Xrom tbo autbon of thli tratrra TKLKtlKArUY Drftlfptnt Cndarard M Train Ijlioatchera an.1 lr Una ral.nar ami ttU. araph roruranlM. Tliv alnly rarbool laa lite MTnrlU oprratldg comMtta ilallwar (Swam for tb. hnfli of It. .tu!nt.. MiiviuvAb 1'KArnrAi innthi'c TIONInalluVoartmeiita HoClluaTtarb, la a. our Colli A7S.0a0.IM adaairmilte tbat or mon.y rafuada.1. Klrarmnl rtKW br ua tb nanlramc itnit i( InitrnfiliiiTiK Light. Ural, Urtrl anil mo.t Mifftct TntiUtlon. Th l.rar.t Wat urfawtlv Mil Iti Mil HualncM 4ollrllullllns 11 lb Month. ltluitrkUtitfttftlosuifret? AtllrM C. C CALHOVN. Prtnclpftl. Iaxloton, My. arartaJ llt'II.IiaiU,wnai,ntt m luiranil luruUliM nravriii-ato mtot uTm Lrr J.ip.rt fceconnUnt. I Whenever a druacist tells ouhe something just ns good lorcoughs, grip, tic, as Ur. iieu;s fine inrnon-e- y don'.t ybu believe it, for we guar-anthat it is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all .druggists to guarantee it, The h H -, Snthirland Co , Paditcah. Ky. For sale byZ Wayrie Oriffin & llro . Narrows. dtuggist,and Renfraw-Dros- . ha:) fe iind Irieqds here A r rents ranun John S. Pennett is above town irut na io vvvwj 4.tABbfl VIhs InalMlnAntl. llf ((i tmrkl nibr,ny1ItUnM. u Oompiet. rwi7 for this week engaged in erecting n stove, i'ui ui lrn paippvb uto rwpirui, 17 r6om lor his'brother, L. F. bennett .Tar onvos orurnomniia milor. Writ Uaraia.i Miss Ora Darnett is the guest ol her W. P.NirrUon&Co..plerklO,ColumboitC mint, Mrs. Lyda I.ishbrooks, Brow'ns Villey, Davtes3 county, NO . . but aalldlract to tha Miss Maggie Lake lids been conaumer at vboleaale r Virlcca blilnnjnbtrlor vxatuluatlon boforti aalis. plowed to teach the spriug term ot irjlnlDti wirranicO, JnH 'IcMrlraBaaarak. Miss Like is nr.j iw vi ..r.ancw. , school at this place. WB171P.01 iiurnr... a iTiua itiuinrr miuuica. quite n nice jouhg'iady mid we wish Writ I"' rataiojiio, ojgQy iviwvy' Carriagenu JiHimeilMlj.CO, her, much success in this her first ut w. n riuTT.Bocrt Elkhirt,lnd. - teliint to teach. ' r Taj lor Daird and family who have Tnyi bea i,vi,,k wu " v &. lor the past two months, hwe moved srnciATY! back tq his iarm, Ejye, Ear, Nose and Tl.roat, Missiiulah Oarnett is the- guest ot IieraunL Mrs. Violn Sulleuger.;o. HVANSVILU5IND Ilartlord, this week OITict 4j'6Upp First st, MrSjJ)elaji Carson who has been Nre-ltla nitT. noma. inr tad biNlMlrfronaarlh l ELECTRIC TELEPHONE HoM out rlitht. no rnt. no roTaltr, Aitar! r In Prol.Ulmore Williains.who is.teach-- , ing the spiing school nt llulotd, spent Saturday and Sunday in this ziclnity Lewis IgUhsit, whose home is in the Western part of Kentucky, is thf o oiiki:i.. giest of relative-- i Mrs D. E Ward, from above Hartford is the guest ol her mother, Mrs. J. F. Wallace, at this writing. " On the 27th day of last October Mrs HllenB.unett gave tober little granddaughter, Deulah C.jrnett, a birthday dinner, it being the 12th anniversary ot her life. There was served on that day a glass of jelly which wts oyer twelve years old. a few months older th in JJeulah, It had kept well and just as good as il was fresh jelly. If there is any one who can beat the record ol this glass ol jelly ue would like to hear Irom them, dS this is the most lemarkable case ot this kind that has ever been known to us. More than U,e age of the jelly it had been made by the hand of the little girl's mother, who died when she was an infant only a few days old.' John Kimbley, Llvermore, was in was in this vicinity oneday last week The school at Alexander, which has been under the management of Prot Ellis fbr the pist five months, closed Friday, with a few lecltations and declamations by'the pupils, music by the Point Pleasant band. A pleasant day was spent by all, and a most deli cious dinner wasjurnished by the patrons, and' each and every one seemed to'h.tvea deligntlul time Charlie has done gooi work und he will always be kindly temembered by both pupils and patrons of Alexander school. ' May success lollow him through, is the vish ol every pupil ' Rev. I. H. Tecl will begin a series ot meetings nt Alexander Schoolhouse on Monaaynightnfier the 4th Sunday in this month. Everybody invited to come A Passkr.by . higher standards of the presentage, land and it appears from tho com- especially as regards his habits and municatlons that Mr, Peter Ureen, la ideals. Of the first election In which tho venerable chief of tho Island, alive, and has again been instru- he actively participated General Gtee-l- y still u ,iUB .vra Ui 0... writes: In his younger days wrecked crews, a..v . .um.. .v Washington extended at his first elecon his lonely islet ord of tion the usual hospitaliis probably unique. Tho governty, which, in those days, consisted in ment of King Humbert has sent Mr. the minimum amount ot food with Green a handsomo silver medal and the maximum amount of spirits. diploma, togother with a sum of 40 We find him paying an account for to divldo among his people, In recogof tho gallantry displayed by such an entertainment for some four nition them in rescuing tho crow of on" hundred voters, where the account Italian vessel which was wrecked on was thiee shillings for food and tho rocky shore of Tristan. The ven for liquors f he capacity ot president of tho United States had the avetage drinker may, perhaps, be , previously sent tho sturdy old hero it placed at three quarts at a sittiug, as .0 chronometer and chain as a token derived irom this account, which cov 'nfliia appreciation of a similar nobld ered one hogshe.td.of punch, one bar- .action In tho case of an American vessel. ' rel of punch, forty gallons ot punch, Green, by reason of Ills protracted i nine bowels ol punch, forty-fiv- e galresidence at Tristdn, has becoma lons of wine and gallons quite attached to tho island, and now of beer. Washington whd was not expresses his intention of ending-til- s present, expressed his surprise at jdays there. It Is somo CO years! their moderation, and wrote his agent tiinco he saw any of his relatives. Ho, that he feared he had nof been liberal has latterly becomo vested with tho, duty of solemnizing marriages, enough, and expressed the hope that on ono memorablQ day "spliced" andj no' he bad horneglected those who had fewer than Hvo couples two of them' voted in the opposition. Tativcs of Tristan, tw6 of them "His reflective mind ond and aculc to Italy and ono couplo from observation soon noted the ravages lEngland. Tho aged, chieftain records with made by drink, and doubtless consatisfaction a visit to , Tristan. firmed that personal moderation which 'd'Acuuha from tho govorrlor of St. never pcrrnitt vl him to tun into exHelena, who was on bis way to that cess of any kin. In the Provincial Island, and states tbat tho latter was army, when general charges ol successful in "putting to rights" his made against the Virgin-l- a clock, which had stopped for a long troops,, there was no word against time. At tho urgent request of Mr. Washington personally. He had Green a "national anthem'' for Trismoreover, thus early deplored it as a tan has been specially written by Sir. G. Newman, of Finsbury serious vice.'forbade It by stringent Tho latter had a orders, and applied ji hundred lashes road, Woodgreon. relativo Copt. Anderson, of tho to every man found drunk. Still lat-- r .ship Benares who was Shipwrecked he, wrote that s served to off. Tristan in 18C8, rescued and sue ruin the propiittor and those who cored by Green and sinco then Mr. make the most liequent applications Newman has corresponded vyith him. For several, years his letters wero to them,' and iuadvisirig his nephew he add: 'Relraitti from drink, which sont by ships of war from tho adhas, is a source ot all evil and the ruin ot miralty; of late a hall the worknfen of this country.' " called tbcro once a year with mails. PHOTOQB APHY FALLIBLE. Cnro lor Ifeatlnelie xui-uu- Washington n n rollilrlnn. General Grcely's article in March Ladies' Home, journal upon "The Personal Sideiof Washington" will, show that Washington was largely influenced by his environments, but also that he steadily tended toward the majesty's recently paid the annual visit to Tristan d'Acunlia, ft small volcanic island in tho south Atlantic, to bring homo letters from the little community of 90 PROFESSIONAL CAIW. nnrcAnn wlm Mvn In fnnt. lR.nln.ffwi snot. Theso havo iust reached Entr - 'e LAWYER, OWENSBORO, KY. u, Will practico his prof ession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special at tention given to collections. Office, Bankof Commerce Building. .- g Jni.N.lllenn, J.N. n. Wedding-- , post-electio- n LAWYERS, otf r Anderaou's Baiasr.) Will practice tbeir profession in al. the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. thirty-se- . Tames .A... Smltli, lorty-seve- n jurymen: John ,Ljddaw, Frank Per- - drunk-enness'we- re -- 'Gin-shop- ry, Richard S. Carter, Thos Sinder, Alvin Sk illman, Tobe Brown, W. H. Cbamblcss, Thomas Rhode, Jas. Payne, Taylor Beard, Chas Lightfoot. Silas Hawkins, Sam Dix, L. L. Waggoner, Napoleon Brunner. B Gibson, Thomas Beatty, Pete Macey, R. B. Pierce, W T. Glasscock, John Acres, Jeff Miller, F. Fraze, Albert Clem-monJohn Jaiboe, Henry Moorman, John Casey, and Alex Meadow. Commonwealth Attorey Weed S. Chelf was unable to be present at the opening of court, and County Attorney R. N Miller occupied his place. The case ol the Commonwealth vs W. II. Carman was tiled Tuesday. The Commonwealth was unable to make out the case and in motion of the. States attorney it was dismissed. Anions; those who attended court from a distance were; Messrs. R. M. Jolly, Dr. R. L. Newsom. Alfred Olge, Aniel Nolte, W. G. Smart, s, HAUTFOItll, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court ot Appeals. Special attention given t collections. Offico east side of puVJit PHI Y JIT I if square M. L. Heavkin. Siihlby Taylor. KitorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY. IIEAVRIH & TAYLOR, Will practico thicr profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. p Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Vtesterfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, Hotel. - - R. R. WEDDING Habtfoko, Ky. . Jim Miller and pthers. Romv Hood. 4 man-of-w- gmerican Stoam LaundrV Pmnceton, Ky., W. H. if j SH BARXVTES Af ' As a remedy for all forms ol Headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best. It eflects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence.. We urge all who arc afflicted to pro. cure a bottle, and give this remedy a. fair trial. In cases ol habitual const!-- ; pation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, and Irtw cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Filty cents ami $1 00 at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. $ R.I.PANS j ABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS THE BLOOD. beat VtJU niPAS TABULCS are ta.lllllaaaaaaa, rlaa kaawa far IaabxeatlaB, AND PURIFY UB ! ) lleaaackc,Caa.tpllaa,Dj.pala.Cbraala UarTraakla,)laal-aaIla4Caa.tIaaiaal A WE HAVE acents k)r. K. (0cimaer 1 k w THE QUICKEST BETWEEN : I puis mLHMPHis Direct Connections For AND THE EAST. Direct Connection! lor II Points In CINCINNATI Mississippi,' Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. v Arkansas, Mexico, ? FAST TIME ;, LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write for In forma lion to "the nearest agent ol the Chesaptaka, Ohio A Southwestern K. R. JOHN ECHOLS, S.'sTHATCH, Ocu'lMsagr. Ocn't Pasi.Agl. L0Uf8VILLC,'KV, Shopkeeper's Ingenidin Ueylce. An Ingenious dovlco lor attracting custom was that ot a shopkeeper in a nearby town." Instead of ordinary plate glass, a largo number of rough " magnifying glasses formed tho window. Seen through ono of these panes an orange looked as large as a pumpkin and chorries as largo as A great disadvantage at apples. tachtng to this novelty was tho fact that at tho distance of u few yards confined, to Tier room from tho window it was qui to Impos-- j but klowly;iiuprqving, siblo to seo Into tho shop. Every .' Mis.il7 FN Wallace body knows that you must hold a .. iv, & ' this rvrlting J) magnifying glass very close to tho ' lid WtwPond wife eyes to seo, anything through It. Nevertheless, for somo time, at all nml 1'allly. nr,t IIlif-JOIN'- T illSEASBi ; Wash! v ondtMM'ch to tlie Ken events, tho enterprising shopkeeper did a splendid trade. KlltaUtli, Harrison Co, Jnd. tucky Leader says: At tno rife or ugni Won't Stand Joking. year! 1 bvcume afflicted The committee in Judiciary, of WW WHO "was in a North side drug store It 't For a year I suf. which Hon John W LeuUis a memfeml M much as It wu ber, will soon .. i". " place before the House tho funny conversation botwecn posalblo tor a human bo. Ing to luffir. My phy- Oottlelb Frlcks and Adolph Goeke This ! was heard. Momrui 101a ros wnuin a general bankruptcy bill Frlcks wa3 at the telebavo to watt pitlrntly. the most important work r tmw 01 " but ray father proOurud phone. me soroo of Dr., l'lcrce'a considered by that cnmmittie, and si (lnl.l.-i- i llnllcal' I)laovw "Hello, is dls Goeke?" ho asked. v try, and I found toy fall. its last nut-tinthecli.tu tnpoit ted n Evidently tho answer that came ft lt rfuilylaV I otn ' """-- " ' ' rt n.tt..1a ... back was in tho affirmative, for his that I bellftro I owe, niy, " V ids ib tbo uw'oc thkt Kentucky member is me to Ir.nue a next remarks wero: . ' . TSIUBAIU juetiii'liiti KDWARD "Veil, I vant somo oats and two bill ,and iibimt it ' the who'e rrmi J. 111811. Your truo'trlend, bales of hay sent out py tha house I en n ili-m f'lv t nit.-n )ir right avay yot." (( "Who Is it for? Vy, It's (or my ' oii i,oM:t iq trtifi'iiEiv "w 1' n ' I. ir t l.t don't rBot gajrmlt r. horse, of course " t.H hVyiii jfjt" A tcrofuWusj ttntflfof tho a stertf U tbo Chmiiiltiec mo," Chicago Chronicle, a.. iW of Hip jdnt aiavaaa. iriuwl 'Oneol themosA popular ladfen in 'lerce's UoMen Medical Itcoverbai cufwl the A lightning calculator In Bkta y nhini. ton tills MiUfr in Mih thousands of wu of Scrofula, ' Xliaivisos, allfJcrof ulous ftsrea cwI'SVUbfj;' weathor prophet- .- Truth. W Lewis, Mile of the Foutth District gwrankJiliM4ptmSir U' tbo ouij ( - Color lor JliirrtiiKe. Married In white. You havebhosen nil light. Mained in gray, You will go far away. Married. in black, You will vish yourself back. Mariied in ted.r ,, you'd better be deaij. . , . Married in guen, Ashamed to be seen, " Marrifd in blue,' You'll always be true. .Married in pearl, You will live in a whirl," Married in yellow, Ashamed of the (ellow. (orso'loag, is Married in brown, You'll live out of towu. Married in pink. is quite iinat) ' .. Your spirits will sink ) . Old Rhyme are quite1 sick PratateiT, OffVailra Uraatk, aad all 41a. ardare of Ik Staaaaeh. llitr aaa B.W.U. TUrana Tabalaa tinnLkln Bothliup Inlnrion. ta loa uo aaucaia eooauiolioru Apa uin laka, aafa, offactual. and ctre lmmaduta rallcf W oaola par box. May ba ordarad throuah uearcac dms-suor by ualL oampla Tlal, lu crnta Addreaa THE HIKAHH CHEMICAL CO., 10 srnocE rritcET, kkw yobc crrr. J Curious Effects Sometimes Produced by Aid of the Camera. Photographers, especially amateur photographers', will tell you that the camera xannot Ho. This only proves that photographers, especially amateur photographers, can; for tho dry plate can fib as badly as tho canvas on occasion, and is actually moro pernicious because ot its undeserved reputation for voracity. Who would believe a ghost story on tho uncorroborated ovidenc'o cof a painter's picture? Yet a photograph of a houso ut Halesowen, taken a few days ago, includes a likeness of tho wealthy, lady who vacated it six months back. As she vacated it for tho churchyard, tho plate appropriately enough exhibited her dressed In a shroud, and so convincing was this very counterfeit presentment that a regular ghost scare broko out, and several women averred that they could seo tho dead lady at the window. Late Saturday It was discovered that it was all duo to somo flaw In tho photographlo apparatus, just as in a very similar caso at Ipswich somo time ago. Thero tho view represented a backwater off the river Grlppling and In Iho water thero was clearly outlined a drowned femalo figuro waist, bust, features," hair and all. They actually dragged tho river to seo what they could find nothing. found Curiously And enough, a woman was really drowned at tho very spot a few weeks later; "flCJ that 'Ipswich photography seems to bo us previous as Halesowen is retrospective. Pall Mall Garotte, -- Dues the fiDept woik of any luundrr in Kentucky. The practice his profeseion in all vtork ia nil guaranteed. Goods WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining are mil torn up, but are return- - counties and Court of Appeals. Speced in good condition. ial attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri Laundry Shipped on Moncial Hotel. day, on II Villi ( MB NWili Hartford, Ky. hm returned Friday. aSS-Sa- ve Marvin your work for me. HARTFORD, KY. m Will practice Ins profession in all th The IrUcnvery ranted III I.lle. courts of Ohio sou adjoining counties. Mr, G. Caillouette, Druggist, Careful attention will be given to al Il., says: "To Dr. King's business entrusted to his care. Col Office with the New Discovery I owe my life. Was lections a specialty. taken with La Grippe and tried all county Attorney. Also Notary Public the physicians for miles about, but ol JSTJE3jA.3Lm, E3. (County Attorney) no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's JC&W, New Discovery in my store I sent tor nARTFORD, KY. a bottle, and began its use and from Will practice Lis profession in the the first dose began to get belter, and alter using three bottles was up and Courts ot Ohio and udjoiniqg conn-tie- s. Special attention given to about again. It is worth its weight in Office in Courthouse. gold. We won't keep ttote or house without it.'' Get a tree trial at JNO. B. WILSON,- & Eell.s Drug Stole, Beav-ersvill- e, Haotfoud, Ky. Brandon, Attorney Agt. at Law, H. Attorney at Wil-liat- UK MI I.I, AFTER TIIIH, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. R. P1RTLE "Oh. Henry," said she, blithely, As he sat him down to ill.it, "I have bought the kwtetcst cushion For a dollar ninety-nine- . was bargain day at Sklllou's, And they advertised it fo Tbat the store was (airly crowded, For the prices were so low." col" given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to Ac., making also Notury Public lor Ohio County. Office North tide of public spute. "It J. Convicted of Being a Scold. "H'ra," he coughed, ly: and look nslew- - - niitr-Knm- fc That somo of tho laws framed by tho old New England fanners may tyo modo to opply at tho present day wu' fittingly Illustrated In Judge Not a word then broke the silence, Fi uettcr's court of Philadelphia reTill his wile, with many sighs, cently, when a Mrs. Ilary West was Sottly said, in accents trnrlul, h Id in ball to keep tho peace for two "And why don't ou mlvciust? ' St. Lcuis Chronicle. yc irs and ordered to pay tho costs ot tho suit, on tho charge of being a Tbo woman had Common scold. previously been sentenced to undor go an imprisonment of ono month, m but tho judge reconsidered this, and the judgmoht abovo stated. rendered . e "As pure ns I'm aljve, We are selling that same cushion " At a dollar twenty-liv- DENTIST HARTFOFD, KENTUCKY. tirt-lii.- la tt Prices meet of Dental Operations, reasonable. 'Office .over Williams & Hell's Drug Store. Vitalized uir or laughing air administered for painless extraction ot eeth tn nriv mill nil Vlnjfl Royal Botanical QardefT. Scrofula un- anil 1 ,' - . Tho aggregate cost of the main tenance of tho Royal Botanical society's gurdens and tho scientific work carried on In them Is shown by tho society's accounts to bo about $30,000 a year. 'Ono of the fellows Cruel. at the club.Bald geeso often lived to bo a hundred." She "HowdeUghted you must bo'at' the proapeot ofsuchj Free) a long luV-Det- rolt Miss Delia SteTttukOf Boston. Mass writes i I bare always suffered from hereditary icrorma, ror which i trieti $) varlaua V-iedles, and many rellsblo 1 pbyilelans, bul nana relieved me. After 31 ISIklna 6 bottles or now weiL t amTory gratefuli am to vou. as 1 feel that It asTod ma TABLER'SDII BUGK EYE lIfRClaa-CU, e li He' imnr sbsll take pleasure' la spoaklnir only I I iromauieoi IaIiI SSS CO. . r Pim . j a want . a U. L. Bulllngton wreu gooi, easy shave. mood and Bklq Diseases mailed free to aoy ad- ureas. SVUPT SPECIFIC KSraSS"! , AUoU,Oa. OINTMENT A SURE rilllJ P ! JCURES NOTHING BUT PllES. UUKtUi :3j I years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES. known for IB OI.II 11 V A I.I. ItKUUGIaTS. rntiitikrVCSAlSSOH K10 00.jW.lOVH, and CERTAIN CURE r T1 !"" - 'lfc ' m I ay iwi-iJiJin- ia W I ffjt ,v 'Mq,' , Wf. UHUKD EVERT FRIDAT MORSING ,tllolf. exclaim: "Deliver me irora my joa grcssioual friends." ibsm8f"i -- i mn'OI w efts lif K er. Visitors and Other Items. Ml AK A. AMBKlWOIf i Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Fkbruary at, 1896. Many a email boy got oven with his enemies last week by firing valentines at them. that a mud "turklo" will In this rehold on till it thundcis. his "turklcshlp" resembles an spect ofiico seeker. It is said WKdonotapprovo of thoso who criticiseMr. Cleveland's duck hunt-!ng, which is ab6ut the most harmless thing he hasdono el nee March 4,1893. 1 ia docs not go to tho United States Bcnato, Hon. ViDiam Henry Jonca will wako up Boim' fino morning and find himself lain In the event in the soup. - Our Democratio friends will find that it is much easier to talk about recapturing Maryland and Kentucky Both States need than it is to do it. a protcctiyo tarifT. Robert Lauoiimn murdered his wife andncice at Augusta, Ky., Saturday, then set fire to his homo and He has concrementcd the bodies. fessed to the awful crime. Cohgressmen from North and South Carolina would find more pleasure in following tho examples ot two of, tho early Governors of thoso States good roads docs not trivo our statesmen at Frankfort much concern. For this reason it is not only possible, but highly probable, that some of thoso gentlemen will have a rocky road to travel in tho than in discusing ' The subject of secession. ) near future. TnE Pearl Bryan murder casois The cabstill the talk of the day. man has been found who, at tho end of a pistol, drovo the surrey on the Ho has night she was murdered. recognized Walling as the man who eat besido him whilo ho drove. Jack Williams and wile, of color, were on trial last week charged with MiBSount is going to break the rcc-- . beating to death one Lucy Brandon, or d, by hanging a millionaire, for tho also of color. The proof established murder of his wife and child, unless the tact that that the Williams had the verdict of thojury which convict- taken the Brandon girl Into their ed him can bo upset in somoway, or home to keep her and she paid for it tho governor intcrpotes his authority. by work. They treated her cruelly and beat her whenever they pleased. Gouman is determined that he shall Shortly alter she had been given n not be blamed for tho overwhelming terrible beating with stove wood defeat which tho Democratio national sticks, and a shovel, she died The bosses. He'll retire from tho job of fact that she died from the effect of bossing tho MarylandDcmocrats when the beating was not clearly establishthat state electa another Republican ed hence the jury could not find them guilty of murder. They brought in legislature. a verdict of twelve months imprisonWe havo musical artists, andelo-c- u ment against Jack and acquitted his tionary artists; thero aro painters wife. Jack is a coal black gentleman who aro artists, and sometimes writers and came from Virginia. Miss Emma May of this place aud and lectures aro termed artists. Why can wo not have political artists? Prol. Stum of Fordsville, were marSenator Quay mny well bo termed a ried at this place on Wednesday of last week at the brides father. Miss consummate political artist. May is a popular and beautiful lady Unless Mr Cleveland issues more of our county, and previous to her bonds before tho expiration of his marriage was engaged in teac'aing school. Prol. Stum Is well known ro term, it is likely to be a long time tho United States has any more in Ohio county and is one of her to sell. Next year tho Republicans most successful teachers. They will will bo in power and they don't be make their home at Sacramento, where Mr. Stum will devote his attenlieve in that way of getting money tion to the banking business. He needed. will be cashier of a Bank at that place. The State Central Committee will The good wishes of this community meet in Frankfort the last of this are extended to both man and wife. Breckinridge couuty finds herself in week or the first of next to select tho ot some decistime of holding the State Convention the luich as the result ion handed down by Judge McBeath to select delegates to tho National at this term of court, about four Convention at St. Louis. Tho memyears ago J. S. Dejarnette was Sheriff bers will fix tho timo and place ot of this county. In his settlement holding tho different District Convenwith the county he fell short several tions. thousands dollars. He owed the be-fo- corao and styes may go, but the certified check will never lose its popularity. It may rot bo as pretty as somo of tho new stripes and novelty eilccts, but it has qualities thoy lack. Styles may Robin Hood Gives tho News From His Place. avHouse uear tuts place rcently va- ted by Mr. jAmes Kills Mrs Francis 12 Wallace an nged nd highly respected lndy of Shinkle ( Impel neighborhood died nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. William 'Vcsterficld and was burled nt the fMiilly burying ground. The luncral . 'rvices were conducted by Rev V. U. Cook. Quite n number from this plncc the closing exercises of the lexamlcr school last l'rldayLnnd re-- ) nt a pleasant time On account of the meeting being in at the M. It. Church. Rev. J P. Hicks failed to fill his regular Appointments, but delivered a splendid sermon on Sunday evening to an a tentlve nudience. Kev, Hicks Is n young mat! of high Intel lecttt it quallntics and is doinir much good lor the cause of Christ nt this place. OUR SCHOOL, The present condition of our school or rother the rentiment ol certntu School Taxpayers Is to be' deplored. Hartford since its earliest history has been a school center nnd boiststoday as having educated such mcu as Ben Hardin, "Dick" Bland, two Mellon-ry- s nnd many other good nnd great men of state and national distinction lit statesmanship awl, the various professions nnd sciences. The question nwo raised by the tax question '"Hs practically this: Shall lltrtfnrd " CoV ' loge continue as such or shall we by the will of n few taxpayers, who oh jeet to education, be reduced to the level of a Common District School. About six months ago n suit was brought to test the legality of Tax, thel School this question was litljratcd before our Circuit Judge resulting in a judgment nnd opinion for the school We had hoped that this test of the law nnd legality of taxation to maintafii n graded Land Salo For Taxw- By virtue of Taxes iue me as Slier Iff ol Ohio county for the year 1895 I will 011 Monday, the second day of March, 189G, nt the Court House door In Hartford, K"y .sell for cash In hand the following named lands and town lots, to satisfy Bald tax nnd cost, vlz.i Jens. Tax and Nervous and Weak Hood's rsaparllla Mad Different Man. Him cost Block Heirs, M L Heaviln.ngt Bartlett.'Den V Urndshaw, John Foreman, Mrs L "jpMJancc .... . . . . 1' 700 70 I 13 $19 00 595 4 5 7 50 8 70 &Slster 90 . . . Gain CoaPCo. Mills, Amy It Morton Melvlnn Miles, Chas Ohio County Fair Co . KbIiis, John W bcnencK, H 11 Watts, II P , . . . .... ... 63 150 32 2 t 25 190 at 00 3 75 7 40 8 10 as 65 5 lo 5 05 Rosamonij, Impoverished blood causes tha tired feeling. Hood's Sarsnpajfellnt purifies, enriches nnd vitnlizesMhc blood nnd gives vigor and vitality. p, TOWS LOTS "V k v 3 v t large sums, making his total indebt-nes-s, something near ten thousand dollars. Suit was instituted against him and his bondsmen by the county, the railroad taxed district and 'other parties, but the Judge ruled that his We are in receipt of an invitation bonds were defective and thfs released Poblio meetings in behalf oHhe Armenians continue to be held all from Prof. V. R. Smith, of Lexing- his has bondsmen. Dejarnette over tho country, but up to the hour ton, to be present at at a reception moved to Missouri and the debts can K of going to press Mr, Cleveland has given by the Professor to Gov. Brad- not be made out of him. The official BEST .'I AdVsAuww DOCTOR not forwarded those Congressional ley and Staff this evening. We re- bonds of Dejarnette were' taken by ill your ncighborHo resolutions to tho European Govern- gret very much that we cannot be county Judge Adkisson who was an PLANT OUR I Al ments, in accordance with tho request present, but wish for the gentlemen a honest man but not a lawyer. royal good timo in their Kentucky Our town has had an addition of of Congress. ENOLISH w style. three new citizens. Mr. Henry Matcontinual discoveries being The thews a school teacher nnd attorney ail of which are described ind illusmade in the field of electricity show trated In our beautiful and entirely Is it possible that Gen. Hardin at law of Fordsville has moved here New Catalogue for 1896. A i'w that that fluid is to play a most proms again wishes to inflict himself upon and will practice his profession at will Hop cough In a night, check a cold future this season Is the Free deIn atljr, end cure consumption If tmken incnt part in the future ot the worlds a weary peoplo as a candidate for Which he will get wealthy fast, over livery of Sfeds at Catalogue prices to la time. 1( the Utile mti have Crnap or any Post Oilice. This " New CataIn short it is destined to delegate-at-largttaoojijaff t ouf d, progress. Has it not dawned the left, provided he does as well as logue " we will mail on receipt of a m. .. frvtmritjt croup ie a rery will eventually turn upon that distinguished gentleman other gentlemen of thesamefraternity be tho power that 2 cent stamp, or to those who will state fatal dlMate. iOMbVS? where thev saw this advertisement. the Pcssibly it that his own party and the whole peo- who hang out here. Mr. Walter the world up side down. rullr u s c JfJT S half oue Catalogue will be mailed Free I ot thoce at. may blow us all into atoms. ple as well, aro sick and tired of him? Clark a retired agriculturist has also lacked die PETER HENDERSON & GO, Tha But then, it is said, that none are' so made his home amongst us. Mr. With tho early completion of blind as those who will not see. n.sSs-la 3S k 37 Cottlasd t St., SewTork. T"" rrogreueaij ao rradancer It Walser a popular insurance agent in . me aueiie Rough River Locks, which is fully representing the Mutual Life Insurthe lot o( a tew hour In treatment I often fatal. Ackeh'1 Kkousii Krur. aiaured, now Hartford, our county Mr. Cleveland is now sorry he dfd ance Co., of Kentucky, and also from nv will cure Croup, anil it mhoultl Wc will futnish you the Daily and ho kept in the hoana tor seat, will be greatly benefited by not make the bond issue larger. The Fordsville has been a citizen ol our litemerHenclti. A ; cent botUe may Sunday Courier Journal nnd The ve your child'a life. cheap freight rates and all persons number of bids submitted convinced tle city for several weeks. It seems Three iliei33c,80-- Jt. All Drorlit.- for one year for $8.35 wanting to locate in our town will him that, whatever his own fears, en- that we are having a boom at the ex ACktilt MEDICINE CO. find it to their interest to call on T. gendered by, gold brokers, may be, pense of Fordsville which wishes to 16 Jb IS Chamber St., A'etr York. We wish to say to those subscribers J. Smith & Co. lor cheap property. tho people in this country have nono become a county seat. who have received a statement from We indorse an editoral squib in regarding the ability of the U S. to this paper recently, to please consider - If there is any portion ot the counMOST IN QUANTITY. BESTINOUALIT your issue of last week, which deobligations. Tbo peoplo it Irom a business standpoint. We try opposed to aMcKenley Tariff meet its mands that ourcandidates fordelegate Jid not send the statement to make But know that the Repuplican party will to theSt. Louis Convention, announce law it is tho South and West. you mad, nor did we doubt your Insections are enthusiastically for bo in charge again next year. who they are for. If the people are tbee tention to pay, but we NKRD the This McKinley for President. to be represented they ought to know C. S. Blackburn is still Hon. J. money. Please send or bring the obwho the candidates for delegate are of tho idea that there is any WHITE'S CRE1H drawing his pay as Senator, but he for President and it is the people this amount to us Remember you can within the Republican party jection still get Tim RnronuCAN and Louisis not earning it. ! He is not at pres- year, and not a crowd of ring politicto n tariff law of tho same sort as tho When Baby waa alck, wo Bare her Castorta. I'lulililni; llnli'M. ville Commercial both one year for ent attending to his duties as Senator ians, who will name the nominee of We will iend Tun Rhpuiilican nnd When kho vai a Child, alio cried for Outorla. FOR SO YEARS McKinley Bill. $1 25 in advance at Washington. At present ho is the Republican party. It would be feither ol the following named papers When (Jio became Silas, the clung to Caatorla. Has lod all WORM Romedloa. 'EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED ' again sounds engaged in tbo interesting occupation welt for the masses ot the party in fir one jear for the amount opposite When the hod Children, the tare them Outorla. The Courier-JournOLD BY AH. DRTJOOICTS. rr,.rM the war cry, and urges sound money of carrying Democratic Representa- this State to keep an eye on the each name. Look over the list and Children Cry Tor aicititimoi aieiiiit c i. ar. Lena. Democrats to put on their armor that tives around by the seat of their en Frankfort crowd who seem to be try- see what jon need and give us a call: tionables. Ho sets them down ing to run the party already. Daily and Sun Courier Journal $325 thoy may be able to withstand the " without Sunday " J. S. Beavin of Glendane was before 6 50 P. Wat Hardin, J. C. occasionally to draw bis pay. onslaught of the court last Saturday charged with Semi Weekiey Globe Democrat S. Blackburn and other free silver 75 Science is going too fast when a violating the local option law, Mr. Weekly Courier-Journ1 75 and joealiferous Democrats. This fight in the camp of our friends, the man cannot think auother is a liar Beavin had been selling Dr. John Louisville Commercial . . . . : 25 famous Rheumatism Cure. It. Y. Tribune t 25 enemy, is helping the Republican without getting knocked down for it. Barr's celebrated medicine is composed ST.Y World thrice aweek . ; . 16; good Republican The world doesn't stand in need ot This party, yet every 1 40 apparatus showing people's thoughts. mostly of pure brandy. It has other Chicago Inter Ocean hopes that Hardin and Blackburn 1 25 Why the police would havo to be ingredients in it however and it is Home & Fnrm If such will be relegated to oblivion. We would be glad to rend 3 ou any quadrupled, and then tho killing said to have a very decided effect on be tho case, may their likes never the-robbeThis Wo don't wish parties who use it, whether they have of the aboVe named papers. couldn't be stopped. r again appear on the political stage. e not. A peculiar offer is good for ntw nibsciiUis and to read people's unspoken and unwrit rheumatiz are of this wonderful medicine is old ones who pay one j car in advance Congressman John W. Lewis is ten thoughts, nor do we wish our own that it finds a tremenduous sale in lointerested in the Lock and Dam on read. cal option precints It works better Ilemy Askins' barn, eight miles Rough River and will urge an appro, on rheumatiz when there is no whisky ai.ove Fordsville, was burned by an priation for the completion of tho On the nth Inst ., Mr. O. D. Roy- sold. But it does not only cure rheu- incendiary Inst Tuesday night nt 11 work already begun. It is very es- al was united in marriage to Miss matiz but is also good for that tired 11 clock. There were destrojed in the On all news stands at 10 cents n sential that the work bo completed Hattie Wallace, daugter of Mr. J. T. feeling. Persons of a gloomy and Ire eleven cad of cattle, ft c head ot copy; yearly subscription, $1.00. sooner the better for our peo- Wallace, of near Fordsville. Mr, melancholy disposition have been and the orses, I5;uoo pounds ol tobacco, 150 correspondent to Royal is Deputy Assessor under AsWashington jshels of corn, besides n qtinnity of ple. known to take it and have their whole sessor N. C. Daniel, and is a young nature changed. From a condition . ay nnd folder. Blood hounds were FRANK A. MUNSEY, J 54 Fifth Ave, New York. Tuesday's CourierJournal says: man of much worth and has a bright of depressing and weariness they have ''tought down from I.eitcli field Wed "Representative Lewis will go before the River and Har- future before him. His bride is a been known to change to a state of rsday a, id put on the track of the bor Committee and make an argu- beautiful and accomplished young la wildly hilariousness. These properties 'acendiary. ment in favor of an appropriation for completing the lock on Rough river dy and has many friends in her local- ol this famous medicine have made it at Hartford. Mr.Lewis says no mon ity. The RnrunucAN joins a host wonderfully popular in places like ey is spent to a better advantage tban of friends in wishing them a happy Glendean, when no whisky is sold and Vi It; :Tg money appropriated lor rivers and and prosperous life. when rheumati z seems to be pretty . harbors Improvement." m bad. Mr. Beavin had two indictBuckingham's Dye for the Whisk- ments against him. Onewas thrown School TrustAt a meeting of tho ers does its work thoroughly, coloring ees and a few of the citizens of the a uniform brown or black, which, out because the proof did not sustain and Qorliss afe KaQtories.- it, and he was fined $35.00 on the town Monday night a partial agree when dry, will neither rub, wash off, other. Roiiin Hood. WOSJLtH PATENT SCFtW CCCBBAMOT. THE CORLISS PATENT BANK SAfE. meat was reached by which thoy hope nor soil linen. HOSIER PATENT FIRE PROOF SAFE to settle the dispute now pending over llt'.OA. Drnllt of Mr. Maiilnsn. tho collection of the school tax to Mrs. N. E. Montague died at the The series ol meetings which are Some maintain Hartford College. home of her son-iin progress at the M. B. Church conlaw, Mr. C T claim the tax exorbitant, while othPrinceton, on the 4th 111st, ducted by Rev. Willhms assisted by Owcu Sutton, at Judge ers aro willing to pay. formerly lived at Revs. Royastei and Denton, nre largeMrs. Montague has handed down his decision inthe Cromwell, Ky, Of late years she has ly attended, although no decided recaw of Gufly vs. the Trustees in favor devlded her time between the homes sults have been attained. The case has been of her several children In Daviess and of t lie Trustees. Dr Pedro Cook, is the guest of his The agreement reached appealed. Henderson counties and at Princeton. parents, Rev. and .Mrs W 12. Cook, tuts tor the people to pay the present ouUlaudiog tax and then have the She was a most estimable Christian this week, taxing clauso of the charter repealed. lady. The remains were taken to Mrs. Sherman Stevens of HenderOtvensboro son Is visiting her parents near this Work has begau on the matter and Cromwell forinterment. Contractors to tboUnlted States Government, PLANS. HPECIFIOAT10NS AND ESTIMATES ni? faOLR all await with much interest the Messenger. Contractors to tho Mexican Government. place. . of the matter. Mosler and Cnrlies Patent Hafei in BANK VAULT A SAFETY DEPOSIT WORK Mosler & Corliss Patents. Miss Dodson ol Hells Run visited get mad when yon are reDon't use oil over tho World. A FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, ETC. grandmother Mrs. F.llzabetli her minded that you owe some subscripWard last week. ' IU.S, Nil WHWl All UK Good. U M tion, but look at it In a business-likBoston, Mass,, No 19J Devonshire St. Chicago, Ill',No,ao7 Wabash Avcnuil New York City, No. 305 Broadway, Corner Duane. Uovak tuui latlM. aiM to truild. H manner. We must have money to Mr. R, J. Dennett and family of Cincinnati, Ohio. Southwest Corner 3d and Vine Street. Kansas City, Mo Nn.6at Delaware ft, St. Louis, Mo,, No 304 North Fourth Street. Please heed this. Stanley Daviess county will move in- I,os Angeles, Cal.,No.338 North Main Street. IIamilton,01iio, Providence,R.I,,nnd all other principal cities in the United States and lorclgn Countne, run our business. i The young Duke of Marlborough has recently invested $750,000 of bis easily acquired American money in London real estate. Wonder if he will claim that this, like tho money expended for reparis on Marlborough House, came out of the income of his family estate? county, and the railroad taxed district some two or three thousand dollars. He owed other parties for which he was responsible in his official boiid, e? school wns to sufficient satisfy taxpayers dissenting from what seems to be the law nnd has been the law innliitalug an excellent school 81,000 lir Urn lliitnll for twenty years, but such is not the A ve;Ulc, awarding . the plaintiff We notice with regret that n case. $4,000 damages was returned in the petition is now being circulated to reLaw and Equity division yesterday in peal the chatter of Hartford College the $50,000 suit ol II. C Duvall's signed by about seventy voters (one against the Southern half of whom are bachelors or withRailway in Kentucky. The c is: was out children) thus propping to level given to the jury Monday nf'ernjon, our $15,000 00 college and grounds to the dignity of n Country District but no agreement was reached nnd School If it is the voice ol the peothe jury wefebrou?ht back yesterday. ple to do this we bow in submission, but befotc making such bow we seI Courier-Journariously nnd pi Nrfully submit that the good pcopli Hartford, mothcts iivsu.m. of interest in, The public school nt this place nnd lathers otigL of Hartford to closed the 7th, inst, with exercises. aud for the child think well before submitting to such V lad to note We the presence of a proposition. If tnxation is too Ji tors. sevei Ait'onc them were. high remedy It by circling new hRI u George Foreman, Mr. trustees or amending the charter Mr. a that and 1 s II. A. Babbitt, Mr. and .Mrs. so be imposed, limit ot taxation may but whatever the John Urson, Mr. and Mrs John public may do we pray that the light Neighbors, Mr and Mrs Giore ot knowledge nnd education may not Uark, Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Calloway, be cut off ftoiu our children now, now equipped ifr. aud Mrs. A. F. rinllips, Mr. nnd that we are so much better nnd than ever before to educate now, I.rs. Pius Hardister, Mr nnd Mrs. in this day nnd time when education John Storms, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Bray, is the first nnd greatest clement of Mr. and Mrs. Creed Smith, Mr. and success. Somebody call a mass meeting and trs., Ben Ntighbors, nnd a number all get together. ot others. As the house was crowded let us Sciiooi, Patrons. v ith pupils and visitors, only seven pupils being-absennd four of them ' A Statesman's XaDoit's root. ad moved out of the district The Judge Sayers, of tho house, wears! spelling at ; night was well attena raumis loot as a watch charm.' ded. The house being crowded. Tho rabbit to which tho foot was nt-- l We have commenced teaching subIn lifo was shot In n grave-- : scription school nt this pbec to day, tached yard at midnight under a favorabloj with splendid prospects for a full condition of tho moon, and is known; ibool. to possess infalliblo talismanlo vir-- j Mrs. Felix Pool has been very low tues. It wns given to tho Texas . ith pneumonia, but is now statesman by a boy who had his we.1 convalescent Mrs W M Johnson has faro at heart just before tho election b;en sick with La grippe, but is now nf IROi Till, ,'ti.lr.n fM.n.1 4,n l. needed it. It chaperoned him safely .ole to be up. Jealot, through tho great political snowfall of that momorablo fall, and Insured fliitrlt. lor koiIi Ilou-r- s. Frankiort, Ftb 18 Senator him n fairly lvspectablo rnajortity, which, but for that selfsame rabbit's 5 fay ward is to address the pupils of foot, ho thinks ho might not have Georgetown College Friday night, the had. As a token of his appreciation t'eof Washington's birthday Tho&c ho now wears it constantly near his m ho have heard' the lackfon day. person, thero to remain until the, Fourth of July and other speeches committee assignments liavo been' distributed. Washington Post ki.ow how well he will do it. . The Frankfort Manual Training Power ot Taste. School, through Prof McIIenry Tho power of tasto Is believed to, Rhoads, this morning presented n bo duo to tho fungi-forpapilai of gavel to each ot the presiding ofliceis tho tongue. Theso aro from a the legislative hourcs.' The gavels twentieth to a liftieth of an inch in nre made from oak ttken trom the n- - diameter, and aro found on every removed old wooden bridge, part of tho tongue, but most thickly and were turned out by the manual towards tho tip. training department ot the school. Satire is a sort of glass wherein beholders generally discover every"Bacteria do not occur in the blood body's faco but their own; which Is o in the tissues of a health)- - living tho chief reason for tho reception it meets in tho world, and that so very body, tither ol man or the lowerani nials " So says the celebrated Dr few arc offended with It. Swift. Koch. Other doctors say that the nice best rnedicire to render the blood per- nt 'Vanti.:-- Co's.. lot of fat chickens Carson & fectly pure and healthy is Ajer's l. Persons tnyinc, before dtyolstle will be allowed a III oral reduction on in the above my costs included C. P. Know:;, S O C. amounts l'itt nnrden. Finis 1 Cromwell . . . 5 35 llcrrcl, Jas R 1 Cromwell 845 Matthews, Henry P I Fordsville 7 8 ... Ur. IT. K. lAtvry Eureka Bprlngt, Ark. MI cannot And words In which to xprtM tnjr thanktalneu for what Hood's Bum partita has don tor tny boiband. H was affllottd with rbanmatUm and tha grip. II loat hli epjwttt, waa narroaa nd hU action btcam slugf Uh, barinf no lit at all about htm. II seamed pbjaleal wreck. At lilt b dtoldadU take Hood' BaraapailUa, and afUr tk-In- g two bottlM h7elt aa though b wa will. Ha continued Uklnj It, and today b teal and look Ilka A Bucklon'o Arnlcn Salvo. Different Man. 1 tit). Rheum, Fever Sotcs, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sattsfacuion or motey reliuulcd. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Bell. tf In the world for tsm3vi.vi Sores, Ulcers, Salt Uruliii, Our bom aapaillU. (rom oar t. drug-gU- Wa will Bar nrr without Hood' otto cot aooapt any Hood' BanaparllU cannot tx recommended too hlfhlj. cheerfully recommend Hood'a rlila and Hood'a PHI." LlMXT, Box 6TB, Eureka Hood's Pill cure eon tli pertiUlUo MUoa f u Hood's5 Cures ' i'it r Mwlll be at .. r 1 ('imlrnlor. Field & Holbrook's sta the first Monday in each month until May, also the first day of Circuit Cotttt. Icasttatc stand-n- g nnd tic the artery with Surgeons cit-gu- t, which is absorbed in four days. The only safe plan. Ridgelings carefully operated on. Terms reasonable and satisfactions guaranteed. L T. Barnard, 25-- Loais- - lAl ville Qental (Jo. I 4W.H.St. Cvuinto, Ky Gold Crowns 5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 This testimonial is unsolicited and Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter bow much you pay) . $8 for the benefit of humanity. My f 1 up daughter has been subject to severe Gold fillings 75c colds nnd croup and olteu taken with Silver filling 25c violent coughing spells at night. Dr. Hxtracttng. pet tooth Painless extracting with Vitalized Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only Air 50c preparation I have founn that will re Kxtractlng free when Artificial lieve ncr. 1 tiiinic it is . necessary Teeth are ordered. Office permanentas a nie preserver ly in me nouse-noi- u located on n steamboat. Res'y, m . m B. L. Jf.ssbl, Jnn. 18,1895 202 W dtidgo St , Louisville, Ky. For sile by 7. Wayne Griffin&Bro., diuggist, nnd Rentrow Bros., Narrows, Ky. THE t Beaver Dam. mm ' HJ.a.1. 5 m 1 ivuircuy ert , 'wfn?Nev A WORMS!! VERMIFUGE! al un-m- al ... .... Pitcher's Castorla 1 fea-tua- Itoynl-Wullnr- t. It was Munsey's that made the ten cent magazine possible; it was Munsey s that denounced prices and put magazines into the hands of the people at a right price Tj .1 i mil LER SAFE COMPANY OperaiingtheAosler i 1 ". n I out-coii- io nwvo llM ;r. e . r'i t . . , '. "v. a., w Xat m Tn' niffiifjiaiil illllLiJiliiiliiiifTt 1 W CuvVi rtuVf Idl'if tniitflAaf'fr' ' jJlmM-- t &jriaiaUafcai&iblaaayaafiatftita Manmnipiip'Wi y HOW IT BLEW Phew! how it blew 'round our way yes terduy. The wind Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. Mr. II. WrrrtTKiK, a enterprising cltlien of Uyron, 111, writes: "Before I paid much attention to regulating the bowels, I hardly kaew well day; but since 1 learned the evil well-kno- can on BHUiBgtOB, we earner. under-sol- ... "?" We can't be AWORA'BLE MOWING The Statistics of Ohio County as Compiled by County ABBoaaor, N.C. Danlal, and His Corps of Ablo Doputles. )fB?y7395Tt&UiJ!iT3!i ROS1HR DISTRICT NO, 3 NO VOTKRS fsmsmser One Thousand Men Who Want Office. Representative Barnett Complimented. Frankfort, e, rAwaHM" HlghMt Hrs-WK- Wi Fafr Carsom & Co. Our Job work Is always the best and our prices always the lowest. Our subscription list Is Increasing. Why don't you join the crowd? I'unlture. We carry a big line of Groceries and Carson & Co. Roslne, 295 Beaver Dam, 405, Horse Branch, 350; Select, 143) total, 1,093 rORDSVlLLK DIS.'KO 4 .NO. DRr VOT8RS. East Fordavllle, 275; West Fords-vill305; Aetnavllle,37i:Shreve,t54; Olaton, 14; total, 1,029. BUFORD DISTRICT NO ?WCfj CREAM 5 NO. VOTRRS ... constipation, and the efficacy of AYER'S Fills, I have not had ono day's sickness for over thirty years not ono attack that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wife had been, provl-ou- s to our marriage, nn Invalid for years. She had a prejudice against cathartics, but as roon as she began to use Ayer'o Fills her health was KJlW Pure crab cider for sale by P. W. 22 6m l'irtle, Hartford, Ky. Boots sizes 6s and 7s were $$ per pair now ft 50 at Fair Bros, & Co's. Duyyour comforts and blankets, now 75c, per pair at Fair Bros. & Co's. Miss Dean week. Wilson, Koslne, was the snow the elements conspired to make our sales drop away below the aver age. We, therefore. Will have to double our sales the coming week, and in order to do so will offer the guest of Miss Lena Carson this 46'inch all wool serge navy blue and black 50c per yard at Fair Bros. & Co's. restored." AYER'S Cathartic Pill Xeoalana XHpleaa Hon. John J. Mc Henry and wife were in Georgetown the first of the week. at WorM's Tatr. Ta B.itiff. ftaMaBU, lifc. nyer t" iiv.ivi. vHsegiSi esse) a.... tuuuflB. ' mvflnv Only a few overcoats and cloaks left. They are bargains at Fair Bros. & Co's. Bargains. Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. 54 in. Water pro. 40c,former price 50c. 54 in.Ladies clothGOc former price 75c. Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes Gc. 5c, en hose Ladies worth Ladies union suits worth $1.23. Ladies and gents worth ovcrgntors Boys boots, $3.25. v.worth heavy shoes .Ladies worth $1.25. men heavy jeans j&nts 99c,worth$1.25 i V The ladies of the Baptist Church will give an Oyster Supper and Can dy Pulling at Tbe .Old Republican night Everybody made? A merchant buys where he Office 96c, can get the best KOods at the lowest come'out and help these ladies In a 81. worthy undertaking. price Mr. C II Hoover has sold his as yoa ghoald do. dwelling on Union Stteet to Mr J.W. 35p. 23c, Keep account of your expenses) and Ford, and has sold his stage line to buy closely and see how much yoa Mr. W.C. Ashley who will continue the business. Mr. Hoover will probs have saved in a year. $1.25. 99c, ably go to Henderson county. I Conductor J. J. Til'ord, on the "Texas" branch lost his balance and fell out ot a box car while unloading woo I freight at Jolly Station, Wednesday. If you don't think so try me 35c. 24c, buy at theclosest figures and sell at He tned to catch on to the side door, the very lowest when he fell and broke his lett wrist Sw KnlnrprUe. These arc distributed by Justice The Busy Bee.Agency Co. has been Dr. Dempster of Glendean, was the Districts as follows: 98c, formed in Hattford and has several of attending physician. I Name of dist. Chll. Voters our best citizens interested in the unCorrespondence must sign their full No. 1 Hartford . . ." 1,375 1.750 dertaking. They have secured con1,801 names to all communications sent to No 2 Cromwell . . . i,TS4 73e, trol of 32 counties in western Ken. 1.493 1.889 Not for publica- No 3 Rosine The Republican. tucky. They will begin, in nfew B $1. No 4 Foidsville . . . 1,029 1,411 tion but as an evidence of good faith days to sell the 'Busy Bee washing No 5 Buford 728 We must know who our correspnd 534 size '0,11 machine. General agents will be seAdditional lists . llallatd Baking Powders is tbebest ence are, or we cannot use their 90m 36 30 lected In each county and they will on tbe market and you get more for munications. Please observe this. 7,609 have sub agents under them. The Total 5 621 our money Travis Taylor was married to Mr, This shows a small fraction more machine Is a good one, and no doubt Representative C M Barnctt spent Miss-CorJackson last Sunday at than 4 school children to every 3 they will find ready buyers for the Saturday and Sunday with his family Prentls Baptist Church, Rev. Jo B. yoters in the county. It also shows same. at this place. Rogers officiating. Both are popular an average of about 1,124 voters and the Kentucky Industrialist has Accidents arehappening every day. yonu; people of the Prentls neigh1,521 children to each Justice DisFire is an accident. Yon had better borhood and enter upon life with flat- trict and 281 voters'and 380 children been moved from Beaver Dam to I)8c, tering prospects. insure your property. to each voting precinct. It will be Fordsville, They have purchased the noticed that Beaver Dam precinct, Fordsvllle Star. The 'paper will be We can't be undersold on anything Mr. C R Martin, who has been in which should have two voting places, issued from the Fordsville office herekept tn a first-clageneral store. thejewelry business inHartford for the has the greatest number of voters, after. Carson & Co. past ten years, will go to Audubon, while Magan beats all when it comes Our Grocery Stock Is always fine Henderson county, about the first of to count school children; however, The following named persons have Match, wheie he will go into thejewand we can't be beat on prices paid their subscription to Tiik Rock port with her52i children crawda elry business. Mr Martin has many since our last issue: I. B. Carson & Co. Magan, and considering the nuwbef sold friends here wbo will rrgret to lose pats Bewley, Narrows; J. II, Gray, Roslne; Mr and Mrs T L. Griffin and him and his estimable wife We wish ot voters in Rock pott precinct it Hor-ton- ; Magan in the shade on school chlU Crlt Parks. Hartford; K.Martlu, Mlft'es Krt i"i Griffin and Corlnne Cox him abundant success. Jesse Shaver. Beda; W. T. Sandp n ns well as every other precinct 1 wen' tn New Ofliic Mrtnrtav If IKn culd show ders, HorseBranch;Potter& Condict. Qum'erU M'f h'v " he'd at tlif? ii the e unt p O Hart font: 'iy a ltri , 't, i T.t Su i'at up6ai 'hirfir tel ni 534 e O Brtdgas,WTjuel. Yates, AuiuUon: A Along Kv C W tlrtson jiUMchtd orflutdiy niHtirt br np with Kockport. 49c "ahson A To. Bro lies-tosu'u l mom thin line we nant to know what's the night and Snmlay night. Real K.late Acrnrj. les. was once s resident of this place matter with Centertown and West Printing of nil kinds executed In Next Monday a general Real Kttatc has 33 more and hts fitst aermon wan preached to Hartford Centertown wool office will be opened in Hartford and the latent and best style at Thb He has risen voters than Rockport, yet Rock port a Hartford audience will go under the firm name of T. J. Job Rooms. rapidly in bis profeaslon nnd is a show up 158 more children than Cen Smitb&Co.They will buy and sell real Not having a tchoolhouse Mr Lewis P. Chapman. 61 near younc'man ot mnch promise. teitown. Inter- estates, look alternon-resident- s next week for IUl-n- r. for white children within ther borders ton will Ir-ftK h tm a alavtHM nriaa attn W 7, wh'-and the great gang of old bachelors j hr will likely make bin and tnut ft w,u mwt wUh fntntp nme helps to account for the shortage In I $8.5o. aumM. their office, will be In .Weat Hartford prerinct. but we re- AUor. D n't 'tii mm thl dune to buy do tjwi Overdo t nr Cl'nk or a nmall peat, "vviuu s jne mailer wnn ney R, E Lee Slmmennan will have an office in the same room. This Carson & Co Mini o' money ess ' By obxervntion jem will notice that will be a valuable aequlsitlou to the Our redurtion in prices on Over lion-os- t Justice Distiicta ate not rightly pro- business of Hartford and is something by coats and I'loatt hj made buslnea Why wear wool ? Bufmd having too snull portioned needed as there is a ' a number of voters white Rusine has we have long last lew day To keep out cold? No. wo( good with u lor the Casoh & Co vast amount of lauds to be sold in too many. T6 keep in heat. The gerrymander ol a this county. s If 'the body Is supplied with few years ngo fotmed these districts. printing done at Tax of This hss caused some politicians We plenty of fresh air oxygen RxruBUCAK id the best style The vote was taken ou the whisky worry and during the cam question at Fordsvllle yesterday, but always give the lowest prices, Give and proper food, It will generpalgn of 1894a beautiful map ofthese at time of 'going to praw we were un us a rail ate sufficient warmth to prodistricts was made and at great ex- able to learn how the vote atood. Ml' Magtle Nail's inlc class will ' tect you on the coldest day every Scott'g Emulsion of .Cod-llv- er pense exhibited in nearly county,place give an entertainment at College Hall yet prominence In the unA pleaaaut time is assured Hypophosphltes, ol Oil, with gftUafmiAfrwrKaa 4 when It came'&te voting tbe voters to all who a'tend Thin seemed to forgetttiat this great fraud Is the bMnY warmth-fooMrs Ctts Field, of Centertown, dlei people, peoplevlth poor blood', (?) had been peri t trattd. N w to cor Sundae morning and Waabuned Mwi who are easily shaken by a. rect thl gleat wrong (?) we'll sug us. She leaves a hni da) at Equality cold wind take Scott's Emul- get th-i- t when this work is to be done m.dl children. html and sion and It make3 good blood, over, about 2 yeira hence, that the oavkatsl I W.smJ.sa' the appetite, In- , Justice Districts be formed as follows: Improves TftatX marks. We have some rhildtetts Union BtSIQN PATRMTa, bodily-warmthdOfTRMHTS. W Suits, stz-- a 2. 3, and 4's. which we creases flesh, furnishes HARTI'ORDDISTBICTNO 1 NO VOJTKRS and prevents the la w toc. MOIiSllO, W taouw.T. will sell for35 centseach. Ask to see Fast Hartlord, 320; West Hartford karauTarwffUt imiIl ofi.t results from colds, coughsP 215; Sulphur Springs, 265; Center them, Carson & Co l U tt. iitu ty a Botlo. !' oW artiord Sample and exposures. town, 352; total, 1,153. SCOTt'S IMULSION Ut Uu nttttt hHr Our Overcoat stock haabeen reducof fashion. ed greatly in the last few days and will CROUWKIX DISTRICT NO 2 MO VOTKRS iktfwmfStwiitu CU-- m utlftrm ttmtt Cromwell. 318) Cool Springs, 125; not last long. Come quick and Rockport'3l9i SmajlhouM, 146; Mc Carsom A Ce a bargain, Hartford, Ky h mfh h Ht t hf Mr-. , worth Fancy ginghams 7c, STOP worth 9c. Dark satines 10 and AND 12, worth'15c. Bed blankets 75c, $1 THINK and$L25,worth$150 Don't yon know that it pays to sec where yon can buy the cheapest? per pair. Don't you know that $1 saved is $t Bed comforts Ladies Try the Busy Bee washer. Kid I. II. Teel will begin a series Prettiest Neckwear at Fair Bros. & of meetings at Alexander next Monday night. Co's. Mr. Frank Westerfield went to Mr. C. R. Martin was in Henderson Louisville one day last week to sell this week. his tobacco. Black and figured Mohair at Fair Ask to see our childrens Union Bros. & Co's. Suits Price 35 cents site a, 3, and Don't fail to sec our Cloaks. Carson & Co. 4. Carson & Co. Mr. Will Fielden, a former resident 35 pounds N. O. Sugar for ii. at ol this county, but now ot Shelby-vill- e, Carson & Co's. Tcnn., was married on the 7th 17 pounds Granulated Sugar for $1. of this month to a yonng lady ol his adopted town. ' it Carson & Co's. Mrs. Dave Morton, a former resiwas Mr.T. F Necl, Whltesville, dent of this county, died at her home in town Monday. in Owensboro last Monday. She had Remember our Job Department is many frlenda and relatives here who ready to serve you. will regret to hear ot her death. Esq C. L Woodward, Centertown, Mr. Mike Crahan has been awarded called to see us Monday. the contract for the atone work ol the New line table linen, napkins, doyCourt House fence and will begin the lies at Fair Bros. & Co's. work in a abort while. He is a good Big line Scrims, Sllkalinea for curworkman and we will, no donbt,have tains at Fair Bros. & Co's. a nice fence put up. Mr Nicholas Barrass, of the Taylor Coal Company, was town for a few hours Monday. Mr. Barrass is an enthusiastic Republican and a member of the County Executive Committee. worth ribbed vest Jast worth Ladies woolen skirts worth Milliner reduced 50 Will Save per cent. You Money Buford, 150; Bartletts. 254; Magan, 363; Beda, 212; Heflln, 130; total, 1.109: This would about even up districts TAXABLE VALUE$3,235,905 In number of voters, but politically they would all be like "Old KenBut this would necessitate Prom the recapitulation aheet as re- tucky." turned by our Assessor and corrected a new map, so that opposing candiby the County Board of Tax Super- dates could tell where they are at alvisors we find that ou September 15, ter the election, as well as during the 1895, Ohio county contained property campaign. Next week we will make further comparisons, but must now of a taxable value amounting to desist. which is in round numbers A Vog Fell Want. $160,000 more than the preceeding We wilt buy, fell, lease and rent year. To make this grand total we find lands and town lots. Will also make lands listed at $1,935)430; town lots out and file descriptive lists ol lands, and see that at $395 786 j money, notes and other &c, lor other'sectijltlea at $360,386, and per- the taxes are paid upon same. We also Believing that we have in Ohio counsonal property at $544,393. find in the county 5,61: voters, 7,609 ty the cheapest farming lands in the school children between 6 and 20 Green River Country, we solicit the years of age; 343 930 acres of land; patronage of all persons desiring to 984 town lots; 3 thoroughbred or sell or purchase lands. Titles to all standard stallions; I thoroughbred or lands and lots carefully investigated. We desire to make our office headstandard gelding; 1 thorougbred or colt; 23 stallions of quarters for all persona inquiring for standard mare or common stock; 7.857 geldings, mares real estate for any purpose. Office in and colts of common stock; 3,089 Hartford House, first floor, Market mules and mule colts; so jacks; a jen- Street, Hartford, Ky. T J. SMITH & CO., nets; 6 thoroughbred or standard Real Estate Agents. 30 4t bulls; 9 thoroughbred or standard cows, and calves; 11,331 bulls cows Tor Hal or Rent. steers, calves oicommon stock; 14843 A first class business house in sheep; 28.064 hogs; 6 paintings; 77 Fordsvllle, Ohio county Ky. Quite libraries;6 diamonds; a boats or water-craft- s, centrally located. For further parand 137 stores. We find also ticulars address J. W. Tabor, Fordsthat Ohio county raised 4,471,850 vllle, Ky. orD. M.Hocker, Hartford, pounds of tobacco, 6,703 tons ot hay, 1. 279.376 bushels ot corn, 105,816 bushels of wheat, 101,055 bushels of oats, 2 bushels ot grass seed, 113.797 tons of coal and 1 yi tons of bloom, v. Reported, Cases that she had 11,372 acres in wheat. Fifteen Which Nine Proved acres in corn. 9 674 acres in 55.684 Fatal. meadow, 5 543 acies in tobacco and has 9J.I4S acres in woodland. BrownsviiI.8, Kv.,Fcb.i7. The voters and school children of the Spotted fever is raging three miles county are distributed by precincts as north of Brownsville. Fifteen cases follows. . are reported by physicians, nine havs Yctetr, Friclact ChildtH. ing proved fatal. Dr. Smock, sanitary It. r. E. Hartford . . . 320 415 Inspector frr the StateBoardof Health 3. W. Haitfoid . . .315 323 and G. W. Arms, local health officer, 213 344 were ordered to the Infected district 3. Beda 4, Sulphur Springs . 365 334 by the State Board. They report two j 534 new cases and the situation is so 5. Magan . . . . . 363 6. Cromwell . 3 . 318 447 alarming that the local Board of 181 Health, in connection with County 7 Cool Springs "5 8 Rock port . . . Judge J. C. Dasey, held a lengthy 5 39 ht and decided to Select . . 142 230 meeting It Horse Branch .w ,250 402 quarantine the infected district. morning. 11. Roslne . . . 95 454 goes into eflect People living in the healthy locality 460 12 Beaver Dam . 405 416 are panic stricken and the roads are 3 McHenry . .295 353 lined with people moving out. The 14. Centertown . 35 216 citizens are so alarmed that it is diff146 15 Smallhonse . 16 E Fordsville 75 415 icult to get any One to nurse the sick 2B2 or bury the dead. Three children of 17- - W.FordsviJle 305 18 Aetnaville 358 I Asa Vincent have died within the .371 216 last three days, and a little girl, who 19 Shreve 154, 140 died yesterday morning, has not yet 124 20 Olaton 206 been butied. County Judge Dasey 21 Bulord 150 22 Bartletts 339 will appropriate money to defray ex .254 183 penses for nurses. 130 23 Heflln Additional lists. .36 30 11 Feb. 17. I don't know that in saying I am glad to be in the Capltit again would be doing justice to the truth, but I shall simply say I am here somewhat in lotcc, hungering and thirsting, not MOST PERFECT MADE. after righteousness, but a small bit ol pure Crap Creim of Tartar Powder. Frte pie from the sumptuous table of the torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. Board of the Sinking Fund Commis40 YEARS THB STANDARD. resioners, This night will be long membered by the citizens of FrankTllfc COU.TY EDITOR. fort and the State officials by the reason ol the great increase of the float nV WIM.IAM IIOSBA DAtl OU ing population in the city. Long, lank, hungry looking fellows crowd I saw him at M fent the hotels and boatding homes, who, As he sat upon hln Moot. And he smiled on the bojs nothing shoitof official pie will sails fy, all seeming to repeat those good As we passed along to rcho I, Grinning, old lines, "Show pity Lord." Winning. From ptesent eppearances I am sat- Happy with his tj pe nnd tulc. isfied that there ate ten thousand He cou'd clip, he could paste, men in Kentucky willing to be imHe could write n leadtr fine, molated on tbe altar of their country And set it up in otjle by occupying such offices as Warden While he cut a monkey shine For the boys, and Assistant Warden, to either ol Full of noise, the State Prisons and at least one Happy tying type with twine. BAKING NWDffi i FEVER. j hundred physicians willing to physic sick convicts, the first at a salary of two thousand aud the last at twelve hundreda year. The Senatorial deadlock continues, and is quite monotonous, and Nicholas Micauber like, both parties have been waiting for something to "turn up" to somewhat or entirely relieve the monotomy. This evening something has turned up in the shape ofa telegram from the Cincinnati Gazette to each Republican membei of the Legislature asking them indirectly to drop Dr. Hunter and vote for a sound money Democrat for U. S Senator. This coming itom a Republican paper published in a Republican State, met with the rebuke, and spirited reply it deserved, from Ohio county's able and efficient Representative C. M. Barnett, a copy of which reply you will see in the Louisville Commercial. By the way I must say that this Legislature does not contain a more pains-takinindustrious, faithful, and intelligent member than our own Barnett. Ohio county should be proud of its Representative, and on his return receive him with open arms. J W. M. He could run a Sunday school, Standing high upon a chair ' " He wasn't tall enough . Till he got up In the air Ofl like a gun, Bubbling with fun, Happy with the children there. I caw him as he grasped With his honest grip and kind, The hands of all the boys As they left new fields to find. And his smile Ever in their lives entwined. of Is the while We carry a lull and complete line Furniture. Carson & Co. k ninrlr Per Cent all the people need to take a course j Hood's Sarsaparilla at this season ta prevent that rundown and debilitated condition which invites disease. The money invested in half a dozen jottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla will come back with large returns in the health and vigor of body nnd strength Of of nerves. Hood's Pills are easy to buy, easy to take, easy to operate. Cure all liver ills. 35c. Mi 1'or Nate or Lease. , " ... It is Money to me STEVENS. L ... and 13,frSL worth .75 A tract of land known asthe SouthTbe (few Locks. between Judge Jas, F. Carson fs in receipt ol ard land, on Lewis creek, McHenry and Echols. Will sell, or a letttr from Mr. Ormand Butler, who W, II. is stationed at the Locks, telling him lease for one year. Apply to Moore, Narrows, Ky, that there is nothing in the rumor, that the Lock is cracked. We pub Children Cry for lished the rumor a few weeks ago, Pltchcr'g Cagtorla. aud are now glad to state that the Lock is in good condition and as Much ot 11's misery Isdueto indiMr. Butler says, "is a thing of beauty gestion; for who can be happy with a and thoroughly safe." Hers'es hop- pain in his stomach? As a corrective ing that the work may soon be comand strengthener of the alimentary pleted. organs, Ayer's Pills are invaluable, their use being always attended with Fraternal Notts. Rough River Lodge No. 1 10 K. ol marked benefit. P. will have work in first and Second MAXWELL, evening1. Rank All memTbe health of this neighborhood is Knlg'ljts are requesbers and visiting good. The school No. 56 closed the ted to be present. fourth, with an entertainment. It Rough River Lodge No. no K. of was well attended. The pupils did P. has had a healthy boom for past well; taught by J. M. Stogner. several weeks and has greatly The Bible Society at New Bethel strengthened her already sturdy memChurch has mef three times, with inbership, terest. J. Roberson, who has been so much Jor Male. One scholarship in the Lexington talk about, was taken up last Monday. Business College. Call at this office I. T. M. or particulars. It will pay you. tf 30-2- t. iP $1.50. It's a Business Bringer" The reason THE Rubber boots it pays to advertise in HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Is Because THE REPUBLICAN ss laundried shirts 49c. Overcoats that Sen extra quality ior$l0now$6. Reaches .the People. R can SHIP to YOUR PRODUCE HERNDON-CARTEINCORPORATCD CO. up Boys overcoats to $5. up to Men hats $3.50, newest stj suits $4 up All ty $15. 11 1 1 1 We haadle every thing on commltslonrand do the largest buslneti, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of our success. Correi pondence invited. Price currents mailed free. 813-81- 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. n African-America- , n Bold Mininj NEW YORK CITY. IT-GOLDI Extra quality Mcln tosh coats and Trading Company, JOO BROADWAY, Tb principal object ot thU company Mil tnd optrato gold mlnet. worth a p We are here to ith you busii fair aid and treatment hope to receive your patronage at all times Wo will guarantee the prices the 'owest and the quality excelled. see ome to IPiW? n?" OUR COUNTRY NEEDS art to buy, leu than rorhapt jrou cannot afford to buy an enUra cold nlsa, but you can bare an Intertst la literal tIu-ab- l ooti through ui, Knormoui fortune! hare been mad In cold mln opportunities crtater Una tbay are lag, bat MYtrw.ro th Too ownerJilp of aftwibaiM of ouritock nay male you rich. Soma, of tb wealtbt man ot y becasi o through, rolntnf . Tb cry of th who!, world U for jUl-kmd- told I and It Talus and Mculty I bclnc mora t. fully appreciated each day. All prvd" niloera! dheoterU ar practically gifUtalhspeoplo. Each penon UcnUtlod to what Why net try for yourself through ha can (airly in now Pjjltojl.l opportuolei for securtaic peat bargains in mine coma to u constantly. Our agents ar n- portlnc front tbs gold field of this continent sad The company owns two promUIog front Africa. -orr11ctnCrlppl Creek. W proposs to denlop tit th most ramarkabls, weUprorsa plactr 'ninth world. It ha already prod oosd about n.000 by crude surfao working, and Is eatl- I to oontala OTr IW.OOO.OOO la cold. is the Urns to InTMt with u. Do sot wait n 17 man, woman and child Is ssger to buy prion bar adraaoedwomeoety. d. tt. FAIRBK0S.&C0. Ppoprietous, i to laMlfS In IBSrtha Brat shipments of gold, amouillnj to 1000,000, were mada front South Africa. In 18M the production was nearly (40,000,1 00, It U estimated that work undrr ay an 1 contemplated will produce 100,000,000 psryrar, Lee than no year ago Crlpplj Crrtl was It In known a a mining camp. $900,000. It 1 nor producing Jt.OOOOPa p. rixosUi. Two old men, tired out and a'mot.tLo.oln., nut tnaay year tinea clung desperately to a 1 iall h! In th ground which howed snmo tract) f That hols has alncs yielded orer ?,0CO,CW. Th Idaho Wins tia paid really JC.O'"" dlrldendi, the Crown l'otnt nearly ;'.S,u.,vi0, tt Belcher orcr 1,000,OPO, W know of no other promlnrat tV.urr- pAj' m ,'u such Urge dividend on cailtul i run " 54 ( dereloped produdaggold mints Th r. cent, par annum la quits comnio , uli.l 4.ni . enal returns ar mada In niary 41 We offer for sale to, 00) than uf n.r cait.l at th par Talue !! fl $10 PER SHARtT. perahars on appllin ! atd J 1 DlfbUy, beginning Feu, I, ISM. lTorrr I desiring to pay lt full can atfurocvmAuil.. paid atock atones, Itemlt by check or poet ofih rr rrpri registered letter to AUSTIN CULLJ.OJW. t"" ryaU13 se-cu-ie ttta Mtmiit Stiom ' inf tft rr, 109 Broadway, K York. fi- J'-- v w raTw-- 1 -- V I SI s - MfSiajVMHLJWllMslVjMMMMMMiaMBMtLa.MMB j iiKBnie3DaBuiHPw T . 1WWIIMWIW1 'iriBiPvnFS'BnwmaaK'vor. "simR-ir ifjmwv?-x'-- i wru. .....--..............................- .... . , - iwi M'liMlJ) tJIJjjyoy , . . jjWW 7'T p. - 11 Hartlord Itepublican Friday, I'ijiiruary 21, 1896. LA GRIPPE KEMAfiiS. For Yoars in Not Curod. tho Bystom if 5J f i. V. i.- .- ;ll i Hertford. This country contains a large mulQ. B Likens, Trustee Jury, Fund for ami Children, titude of men' and Women whd arc deHartford. " You can take that soap K SA i Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff Hnrtford. bilitated and weak 63 the effect of la Deputies Kcow ght back and change Samuel Hnrtford prippe. It every one would do as the ..... , Joo Kobcrts, Fordsville; Tbos. It. for Clairettc Soap. Virginia, did, this Reverend Petty of a Datctnatrj Props, Godfrey a Cotuul, ninny Boollilng Syrups, nud Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, V I W vast multitude ol sufferers would most remctllrs for children are composed of opium or morphine? would not use any Cromwell. soon be well and strong again. lie o Von Know thai opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic polomf Court convenes first Monday in other kind." 'y writes: March and August and continucsthrco p mm,Mvhf lip Von Know that In twit ceuutrle drnnltUarc net penillted to tell narcotics Every woman who has winter I had a very bad case weeks, mid third Monday in May and Iast Sl,VaOt tt.iUsSeSS&gs. without Libeling them Klont f November two necks. oi la grippe which left me enfeebled ever used Ho Von Kilo you should not permit Buy medicine to he given jpurchlld COUNTY CO0I1T. and liable to cold at the slightest exD7Hi73 WS JT 9t m aP5a unlets ) ou or your physician know of what It Is compos! John P. Morton, Judge Hnrtford. posure. I tried a number of remedies, D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hnrtford. lo Von Know thst Cattotta ts a purely vigeteMc preparation, and thst n Hit of but they afforded only temporary reE, P.'Ncal, Attornoy-Hnrtfor- d. Its I igrcdlcnts ts puUUhcil wltli eury bottler ofPe-iu-- na lief. IsaWati advertisement knowslttowlthoutaucqital. Sold cvcrywlicrc. Madeonlyby Court convenes first Monday in 1Q 'on Know that Castotla Is Uie preoption of the famous Dr. Bamuet rftcher. (did concluded to try it. I have each month. The N. K. Fali'bank Company, St. Louis. That It has hceu In ue for nearly thirty years, nud that more Cnslorla Is now sold than beck using It for two mouths, and it QUAKrERLY COUNT. ss2ceo3oeaeS0oef of all other remedies for children combined r Begins ou tho third Monday in has "afforded we much relief. It is in Jnnuary, April, July nnd October. no Von Ittiow that the Talent Office Department of the United Mates, nnd of invigdeed a panacea to me. It has COUltT Ob' CLAIMS. other countries, havciiuh.ed cscluslve tight to Dr. ritehcrand his assigns to use the word orated me more than anything I ever Convenes first Mondav in January. " CiiHtorln" and Its formula, nnd (list to Imitate them Is a stale prison offense 7 othtried. I have recommended it to nrld Tuesday after tho fourth Monday no Von Know that one of the reasons for gnfhilng this government protection ers and ftdvls&l them to send for your in October was because Castorla had been proven to be nlJHOliitcly IiiirmlCNH7 pamphlets. I have written of It to OTHER COUNTY OI'FICEIIS. Von Know that jg nvcrnsfo doses of Oulorla are furnished for 33 G. S. Kitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur distant friends. You can use this Springs. cvnls, or one centii dose? statement in tiny way you choose. N. U. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Ilo Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children msy REV. II. PETTY, Baptist, Dry Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartbe kept w ell, aud that ou may have unbroLeii rest ? Va. Fork, ford. C'l.KAIYtO. Vt'cll. tl.oac till Mir ore worth knowing. They are facts. For further particulars and n multiCapt. P. Jones' little child Is quite L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur tude of witnesses write to the Pe-rSprings. sick. c Tlie In on cAcry Mr. C. R. Campbell, na Drug Manufacturing Company, Somebody will get this magnificent present I'rUJrJ nnd cverj body Poorhouso Mr. V. D. Fulkerson, our tobacco signature of Columbus, Ohio, for a free copy of merchant, was In Evansville last Keeper, uarttord. who makes n purchase of $ or over 1M have a chance to get it; the wrnimcr. JUSTICES' COURTS. their illustrated treatise on la grippe. week. draninn to be hclJ January I, 1896, before a committee ol Owens-boto'- s Fordsville. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's is also a sure cure for caleprescntativc citizens, at the A series of meetings arc being conChildren Cry for Ferry, March 16, Juno 15, tarrh, cough, colds, bronchitis, first ducted at the church by Revs. Jen- September I4. December I4. E335ES stage of consumption, and all climat- kins and Munn, with a number of Buford. Ben F. Graves March ic diseases oi winter. conversions and renewals, and the 30, Juno 29, September 28, December. . UMWM t4l christians are somewhat revived. "BeTheYoaltum Times says: Harti-ordA S, Aull March 2, Misses Ollie Maddox, Nellie and ware of the Cheap Johumerchautwho June 1, September 2, December 2. Louisville, Gt. Louis & Tck'as Railway Company. Bosine. C. L. Is here and some where else to- Anna Ticheuor, Sniallhouse, are visWoodwar- dI iting friends and relatives at this March 13, Juno 13, September 13, Westbound trains Tluse trains run lily. Uiul boutul trains. morrow,' add who offers something No. S3- - ! No S I .STATIONS. No 52 No. 54. December 13. solid, tried place. A complete line of Deb Koom, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining Room for nothing. Stick to the Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson-M- arch 6 30 p ju 7 45 oi . Lv U Depot, Louisville Mr. David Iglehart and family, Ar. 00 p m 8 05 t in and School furniture with Prices lower llian eer belore. We can sell and triisted merchants of the town, . KmtucC) Street 800 9, June 8, September 7, De45 7 5" 124; " you a bed room set 'or f 10 50, or n aitltlniard for the same price, which will the odes who are here to stay and Point Pleasant, visited relatives here cember 7. . . vvt roint 7 20 840 10 12 05 7 not long since. These, however, are jtiit make you feci good every time jpu look at it. who assist In upbuilding the place " , . . 12 02 . . . Howard S43 707 73 Mr. Sam Morton has a very severe 8 5.1 Willowdalc 7 32 11 52 simples of our tmetiunled bargains.ot which we have qn immense house full G59 ANTED SALESMEN 73 This ts a good time of the year to attack of sore eyes, but is somewhat . . Rock Haven 6 53 S58 45 The finct line rf parlor suits. I'loot and Swinging Rackets, Desks and . IJngr 7 45 Wo want one or two GOOD 11 37 llrauch 905 take Simmons Liver Regulatbr. It better at this writing. 647 (JOUUTP.OUS and UHKRAL TRKAT-M1JNBook cases tner in 0rns.!oro . . Jlrandonlmrg . 7 55 6 39 11 28 9H The select shool at this place is pro- MLNid each county to take orders e is tbe very best medicine to take in Goods. PAIR and HONKS P Dealing, STYLISH nud 8 P4 . . . Klcron 6 24 for a CHOICE lino of NURSERY 09 93 theSprlbg1 tortile blood, ond to cleanse gressing nicely under the manageThe VERY LOW I'.ST Prices,. . . 6 16 12 00 Si3 IrvliiRton 93" STOCK SEED POTATOES. ' thesysteni'ofali impurity. "I have ment ol Prof. J. H. Wood. Both Stock andor Seed guaranteed. We S2S 9 4; Wtbstr 603 1051 . . Ixl buro; used Simmfcns Liver Regulator as a teacher and pupils are striving for a give you steady employment with 8 37 955 1042 5.IS y . Sample . . . . . S45 10 27 1003 5 4S corrector and bl6od purifier and think prosperous school. A. GOOD pay. It willcost yen nothing 858 o 18 . . Stephfuaport' 10 18 5 35 to giveita trial. an excellent remedy. I always it State hen writB. Si. V. Mtiin, 10 3 . . Addison 10 13 9 02 53i Cnlcnnnr Curious. ing which you prefer tosell. keep It on hand to take in preference 10 s Holt 9 05 10 10 5 59 This year will have 366 days. aaka:ccu.Tutuisxmccsm Addrees, to No. 9 G.mo . .Clovetpoit 9 IS to any other medicine." I. M. Hys-el- l, 1039 5 17 9 57 Easter will fall on April 5th. TiitRirons HWKR NURSERY CO,. , 9 53 Shops 9 22 1041 Mtddleport, Ohio. 5 14 "Bread is the Staff of Lifer' iwvr. rrcooa The year-wil- l end on Thursday. . . . Skitlmau Rochester, N. Y. 33 9 1053 9 42 53 11 u5 . . Hawesville 9 44 4 53 The year i896beganon Wednesday. The Princeton Banner puts it truth930 IN EVERY CAN OF DALLARD'S OBOLISK . . . Pelrie II M 9 52 4 46 9 22 BAKING October alone will begin on Thurs POWDHR WILL DE FOUND A fully when it says: Good Old Granny Metcalf. 86 jears 16 . . . Kftlcmi II IB 9 5S 9 440 old, living at 618 Monroe street, COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS "The State needs an advertising law day. 1 28 1008 . . . !eviaport 4 3 07 Ky., AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD as badly as It needs anything. Many 11 35 . . . Waitman Decoration day, May 30, is Satur- Tar Honey says that Dr. Bell's Pine ro 15 4 25 9 no is the best grip cure, & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. JHEY 8 50 . . 16 Powers and sold day. 4 a man's property Is put up 1145 cough, lung and bronchial remedy 1025 WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAU11 57 S 37 . . I'atca 1038 4 05 tor half its worth because nobody May is the only month to begin on that has been offered to the people 1048 . . Owcnt.bo;o 8 27 TIFUL PICTURE TO DE FRAMED. SAMPLE 1207 p tn 3 55 during her Hie. Guaranteed by. Z. 11 00 t)f the sale except a few iellows Friday. knows 12 19 . MattiDtflv 8 15 34 TO BE 5EfcN IN AUU Ltumu unul'tIMM' Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and rr efttUSj&Mfe who heep their eyes open for snaps 12 34 . . . 8 10 Griffith March and April will begin on Sun- Kenfrow 05 3 39 v Bros,, Norrows, Ky. Pot an o teert.t Rial, Hnrtford, Ky 12 28 . . . . Stanley 8 06 case In point occurs day. n 08 of this kind. A 3 36 11 15 . . Worthington 1235 7 59 3 30 to us. A little piece of land was sold June Is the only month to begin on L:":.',,,Aner,t8.S75 it 23 . . Reads 7 52 3 23 143 under an order of foreclosure und ftwctk McluiT),rrHiufv tho . . . Spoltsville Kap.4bLfena.lwr. Ul..ti Monday. 5i 3 16 7 43 She r;IcamG ot the ilext "3 dUba for a family Irj od wiim brought $550, enough to pay the debt, 12 J8 Basket! 3 10 736 Uubn, riuta tu drl ib tn 1138 February and August begin on Satwitboal wtttlof 11k hand 1 u 1 15pm . . Henderson Interest and cost, leaving the previous I.v 7 20 a m 2 55 pin "55 tUlt ttl thIU4.bilii urday. nana ia uh owner nothing, it naa been adiV tbitu HrUht l svcall 4 ati4 tbtnful wlrca August will have five changes of Inter aoaollMDaiitlaorcloiLlttj vertised by notices, posted at different nttnu,! rina "" iT" aaTiifT durable- warranted ttrnlTifrc the moon. W, IMIAIiniRONACO., CUrk jit. 12. Cwliiwtua, O. places, two of which were torn kowu The theory in tie trcitinent of ill be Annouuccil in February and October end with the cour hs, lung and liimiclnal aflectious the next day. Two or three days af- week. has been advanced by the uianuiac.uies THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE riles! Piles! Itching rile. ter the sale a man in another part of Symptoms Moisture; intense itch- of Dr. Bell's Pir e Tar Honey It is a January, April and July will begin the country, hearing that the sale was on Wednsday. ing and stinging;most at night;worse trulj a vtotdtilul remedy. AM del Write to T. S. QcticrT, by scratching. It allowed to continue to be made, came in to see about it. Drawer ISO, Chicago, Secre, Forefather's day, December 21, falls tumors form, which olten bleed and ers sell it on a positive ru.irnntce tary o the Star Accidknt For sale by Z Wajne Griffin Cv Iio , It sold for When he was told that on Monday. ulcerate, becomingverysore. Swank's diuggut, a' d Kenfrow Uro , Narfor Information $550, he said: "I would have given regarding Accident Insur stops theitching and bleed-in- rows, Ky. OI lMovombt'4,1800. The first Monday in September will OiNi-meance. Mention Hits paper. $800, for It," and he actually went to heals ulceration, and in most come on the 7th. I'ubl'c interest will flrnilily increase, and tho disappointment of the Ky so doing 3011 can save rt cases removes the tumors. At drug-gistthe purshaser and paid him the sum May 24, will be WhiteSunday, May 1 r f fcK4vk' t membership fee Has paid ocr jOOO.KU 00 f ot men whose vol cm turiitti the rcalat thoUst clecliou, with the results under or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. it t a for it as soon as his title was perfectaccidental injuries. the administration they denied, will muku tho campaign tho most cxteneeljr 3r, Trinity Sunday. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. r tlclner r lisrtitlsut a 11. n' vnedianrt ed. A $5 advertisement In a news. Bo your own Agent. hobs'lfiructsi ii fr mi Ui.h: i exciting in the hitilury ol tiro country v rJ March, May, Augustand November No Bturvlna. wr r ilaLbttimi Iin J paper would nave saved tne poor have five Sundays each. 11 it HO MUDICAI, EXAMINATION KKQU1R1!! E. V. Baghy, a prominent lawjer Drove tcvCrffftl h lit fllmJ' ilclanaani! nsrl' c J. nii, ih t. man, whom bad luck had forced to of Paducah, Ky., sayj that Dr Bell's PAT.EN f ,?CA. to l' V f I Arbor day, the first Monday in ueuh-i adder Mtn Pine Tar Honey cuied his children of cmuldenttaMr. ft mortgage his little farm, a net sum of April will occur on the 6th. The leading livimblicau family iiewttpupurot tho United States, will publish whoopinjr couch when all thincs else DR.SNYDiJ. V?UrtMMitr,J..H A2ocoB'j8BaaoQosnoacHocni. I $250. May and August will occupy places raueu. all tl'o political uowaol thotla),iuteie3tiUj to ovory American citizen SJ iv a a newreuieay lor coughs ot parly i.fli.iu inns. in six different weeks. Guarantee by all dealers. For sale Mr. Will Skillman has had the sore Scfentlilo American AUngtuerc! uens in allrr.ctivo form, foreign correspondence covering Labor day, the first Monday in by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist eyes for years. Ire has tried many Agency for tho news o! tlie vrrr'd, an agricultural ilrpartmeiit fQfoud to uono.iutbe and Renirow Bros., Narrows! Ky. doctors ard remedies, and has always September, comes on the 7th. country, market rp"rfc which nro Yecnrjmzcd authority, fascinating short The months.September and Decemfailed to get relief until we sold him sloric, complete in eucli inimber, tliuurtam of tho humorous paper, fnrcqn ra2h HSmrfnSsiAfcp' Tlir rw York Wnrlil Eagle Eye ber, will begin on Tuesday. a tube of Sutre.-lanu'- s and domestic, with their best comic picture, latliion plates and clabiiralede Thricea-Wee- k 18 pajies a edition, Salve, which cured him inside of one SSannrV rlLsJA v Thanksgiving will fall on the 26th uiitil and attraclivo tlcparlmeut of tcripiiuiib ol kuu.cii's sitihu, nl 11 To-da- y? week, 156 papers n jear. Is larger Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey of November and week. . vt TXK A fW&r-the National election TI o "New York Weekly Trihuno" is an ideal family hoH'huId iuiciest. sells well and cures. Res'y, OHMtmren. ly than any weekly 01 pap. on the third of that month. paper, wMi n circuln ion brcrlhan tl at tif any other weekly pablication in TftADC tlf.nKI. M. Meyer & Co , W - n 1c Ihls reneatet'lv, ccause er published ond is the only imporDEGICU PATENTS, Largo changes are being tho country i'fued irm the cfliro ot a daily. Buras, Ky. January 15, 1895. chica.ies olten follo trilling n There will be of SunrTiCOPYMEIHTO. etoJ tant Democratic "weekly" published made in i'H tit IhiI?, lending to givo it greater lite and vaety, and eepccially tliTl''tl' Forlnformstl n and fruo Handbook write to Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has day, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and munn a CO, ugi litoiowir, Nrw onir more Intercut to il,o woiuuu und young people ol tho household.. in New York City. Three times as If j en ar- veik Oldest bureau for securing fxitcnu In Auierlcs. done a great deal more for nte than Saturday, and filty-thrand E rurally rs- - q each of large as Every ritfnt Iftken out t y u Is troiitlit beforo A hi'lXlAli LON 1 UACi' uiu.b,t.s us to oiler this splendid journal "and the leadingRcpublicauwetk-l- y can be tdld by pen. W.II.SKIU.UAN. hitisteil ncnous, 0 the ubiro by u notioo l en frvo of churvo tn tao Wednesday and Thursday. tu.e no appetite n THEKKI'UDUCAIS for ol New York City. It will be of Buras, Ky. ipd cai't work, n The January new moon occurred on espscial advantage to jou during the begin at once tak- - ad For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & itij theme st rella. m Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., the 14th; the Feb) uary new moon on Presidential Campaign, as it is pubLarcMt clrrAtmirtn of titiT rf'"itlflfl rajvr In tho ble itreuKthenhiK as world MUiiUdJy HUitratuJ. 1m Uifrctit Narrows, Ky. utdielne, which Is jnaii nuui u wiinout K Weoklr, S'l Oil a the 13th; the March new moon will lished every other day, except Sunllion'i Iron Hit- - a, day, and has all the freshness i.d.,v"3-3rL- c TsaritllMr t ninths. A lrs UtJ .'T CO., ters Itetictit comes S occur on the 14th; April, 12th; May, timeliness of a daily. It combines and iluiiuis, ,1'jt liruadwur. hi.iv Vurt cut, all liom the very first sa The Corslcana Truth remarks: 12th; June, nth, July, iotb; August, the news with a dose. tn (The regular subscription prlco ol tho two papers is $2,25) long Hit ol interesCall on Ilulli ,.tr u liu bit cr "The bill granting a pension of $200 otn; September, 7th; October, 6th; ting departments, unique features Subicripli' ns may begin at any time. S IT CURES a month to the widow of cartoons and graphic illusttatiors. AiM'ccs all otders to the 2 Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver 2 November, 51I1; December, 4th. . the latter being a specialty. of State Walter Q. Gresbam, and $100 Troubles, c NctiralKla, w Conttlpatlon, Impuro Wood, All these improvement have been R a month to the widow ol the late Gen. rVi iiarln, made without any increase in the Nervous ailments 2 WHEN HE PROPOSED. Thomas' Ewlng were reported favor-blycost, which remains at cne dollar per Women's :omplaInts. o N JJ Ctt onlths Ruiul-- e It s crossed red 53 the Senate committee last The Judge's Daughter Insisted That year. Wrrte your tiomennd address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bea V ImMiMillnwramu,, B We offer this unequaled newspaper Uty. and sample copy of THK Tuesday. Room 2, Tribune Building, New And that's the way the A BROWH CHCMirAL CO aM.1IM0RE, 110 Court Rules Should Prevail. and Tun Rei'Uhmcan loftther one NIJW YORK WLEKLY TRHIONI will be mailed to you Caveats, and 1 obtained and alt I'at-- i Pay men big salaties money goes. ii.MscMBensePGBeaosJones' Sho was tho daughter of a judge, year for cntbuimctsc ml i ted fir MootRSTC Fits. J Ji 65, I WIS IMM .llll.M ll.lllllllH.BMHMW.il while they live aud continue to pay and sho listened with languid inter.WII Oun nrriciiBOrtaiiTp II. n. PiTrijrn.rip.f r"Wm'SJ.tfCWMiai-.'- .l The itgular subscription price of asd we cant ure jianiit la less tuou tbaa tkicj S them after they are dead." est to his pica. remote fnm Ws.h net tn. the two papeis is $2 25. faend modtl, cirsHing or plioto., Ith desrrlp-- f "I love you devotedly," ho cried, ,, o uuhm. .iuii. ii.i.iiiKitia ur n r. inn ni' charge. Our fee not duo till patent is s. ur J. Tlie Forba Fiirm. passionately. "I am prepared todo-vot- o A PSMSMIrT. llIIow to ObtAin rateutH 'utthi H ti BL6 : . I'M. y. ..yi. H h,. IT Ml ....A !...... my lifo to you." After an absence 0(46 years a mem- nt MTAln VWU(U W. -. i ..i wm aaM inraM .1 ifnt Inc. Adilri s, itrt Bpi'ciuu in yuur pieuuing, , suo ti , jjo ber of the family visits it aud views n cautioned. "Do not stray too fur QWil mSuUS6I,it13lii B the scenes of his boyhood days. t'lnajt Ofp, patent Orriec. Waohinqtom. d. c. 5 ' f w. tw , For many years the old Forbes from tho point at issue." Pay but ono profit between rnakor and ww w wwwwwWVWXei Ho hesitated, and then asked usor and that a small Just ono. Farm a few miles North of Hartford narnestly: Our Illg 700 iage Cataloguo and Buyers I lienrtl ul Dr lltll'i. 1'iue Tar Hon flulde proves thut it a posfclblo Weighs and now owned by Mr. W. F. Tatum "Will you bo my wlfo?" 2li pounds, 12,000 illustrations, doscrlbt i fit k t .he Stoic ol Mi has been known as that farm for a "Ah," sho said, "now I seo tho np Pliriiett Go's Gr Ut in articles, every tli Ing you uto. Wo send I' long time, but there are now but few point you wish to make." ler'l.itl HrasffilStssst; niBiix i for lBcentsi that's not for tho book, bu. III Hii'l of the origpersons living that know "I am not rich," ho urged, "but I1 t o pa y part ot tho postage, or oxprcssaRo in iliflri tn " tt-- i . ol it' wilder und keep oil idiom. You can't got It too till UUUtb, I lli","'. Ill I vm i. d ti h ination of the name as its former own- havo enough to givo you a comfot quick. bottle lb v Ik ti m rtntirh flectTii er, E. L. Forbes, which the jollow-in- g ablo homo, and my prospects aro , MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., fin 35 eHrn wall rcoulIi nnd pains bright. I offer you tho lovoofnn The Store ol All thel'cople will enlighten, at least, the presIba' wrre titl. Michigan Ave, Chicago. in mj Mile ml honest man, wtio will do all in his iii-ii- o ent generation: I 'J tnt luiti inu n e a iimefrflili ! powor to mako you happy. During the winter of 1848 ond 1849 tin (1 hi! dirllarrt with 'rctnr- - and for K B. Sutherland Med Co Sho stopped him by a gesture. met' mi" ut evi ntbinf IbiM tirtil there came from Cincinnati to HartGknts: "It is useless to continuo ut pres- I believe I write this letter because I tntd this uopdtiiul ittiitily. It ford a w8gon and carriage maker by ent," sho said, firmly but kindly. itm have made u discoerv lienta the world nnti tmed mj ) tie. I the 'name of 'Edmund L. Fotbcs. He "Thero nro sovorol cases ahead of in a cough, cold.tlitont nr.d lung rem- - recommend Dr. I ill's. I'ine l'i r Honey euy mat tue people ougut to liave. I was a native of Connecticut and claim-- d youra on tho dockot." It la refer to Dr. llell'a Pine Tar Honey. 1 to everjbetly wi.h weik Iuiirk J Hski,i., " be a desceucnt oi the American to "But," ho protested, "I wunt have thurrughly tested it aud know a p,rcnt niccu, ir. nti nrgt Ml Sho stopped him again. vj General Forbes, of Washington's its wonderful merits It lines. Maj 20,1895. WajreGnlTln ATT I'or f,i!e ly "I must insist that theso matter Any one who ever media remedy of dtUKBibt, and7, Kenluiw Ilios &Iiro , hlswffe wasa daughter of army while , Narshould tsSsa BjFfS PCwS S S2-kind be rever bo taken up in their regular order," this Cat. t Wm. Perry, of the Nantucket without a bottle ol Hi Ilell'b Pine rows, Ky. About the she said, sharply. "Put your propoWJ a'eship, John Adams. Tar Honey. Junnv M Pokteu, sition in writing and filo it with my GUbs ami Quecnswure, spring of 1849Wr. Forbes bought this mold, and It will rccclvo duo atten"lion in Dim nil M.lii Dli.fHi'." 18 JUET AS OOODFOH ADULTS. Pitciuchah, Ky. Parks, who also tion when It is reached in tho regu- Jan, 15 1895 Ointwa lie's farm from Qufntin binipl) apply I'or sale bj Z. Wajne GiilTm&IJio., ment ' No internal tiitaiciiit ittjtiir WAnRAPiTED. PRJCiiCOotB. owned the fai 111 adjoining It on the lar courso of business, I haven't TiA,tiui.,Hor 1C.1MJ diuggist, and Kenfrow Bros , Nar. ed Quicii tetter, turn a, itch, ai Tajrls Madlolao To., cut I oul, Jto. ht North rev. Ircn'r us the Deck Stevens time to listen to oral arguments in a rows, Ky. bottles tl Qntlcntu i - . eruptionb on the lace uwe, &c ,leav niCovu'S TASir.i.ij-.- t lii TCtr. emu, 'roNiaviki uv farm. At that timet there was about case that can bo as well presented In ing the slin clear, white and healthy buuslittliicu OTw4 slrttulf Hits yeuf. Innllnsrcx. twrlvnto ol It ytNUK. In ilia uruA bu.laajs. Uiwj fond cleared and briefs." thirty acres of the tor Niilx. Its great .ieallnj and curative powers lisTi r sgM nn articls that ir tvo sue u unlTorsul satis ours truly, With a sigh ho left and put in his One scliolitiship in the Lexington are pobsesed by uo other remedy lacUutt as yuur 'luulu. fenced, eight ol it bowii la wheat, 0 Represent- AUMty CAIIB A CO. College. Call at this office AsU yorr diui,ijii.t lor Swavnk's time until lato that night preparing Business or"paUicu,a,s. It wU, paVyou. ed by dilapidated leg c.bin taie by Wilimimj & Tell. r. tf, Ointmumt. 34 J L ties, (tiloirrg n ttiirc Ireak ol MMWaWliH HUM nature on the cleared land. Mr. Forbes bought the farm more for the timber than for cultivating the laud, but for some years he raised crops on the farm and obtained timber to supply his shop in Hartford, but as all kinds of timber then was no object then near the town and the rent of cleared land near town was a mere tt'othing, Mr. Forbes or his family didn't visit the old farm for some years' before he sold it and it soon grew up in bushes and briers. February 5th Edwin Forbes, a son of E. L. Forbes, and the present De partment Historian G. A. R., was in Hartford on official and other business and in the evening he went to to the farm after being away from It for 46 years; stayed on the farm over n night and the next day with Mr. visited every part of the farm known to him in his boyhood days. Col. Forbes will draw a plat of the original thirty acres with margin, drawing consistivc of objects of interest to him when his father owned the farm and will be the old log cabln.the apple tree, the strange freak of nature, the turkey pen In the wheat field, Eddie Forbes in the uniform of the Hartford Cadets, 1850, age of 15, etc The drawing will be 10 by 14 inches and is to be placed in Mr. To. turn's house on the farm. F. Ta-tur- nm-r- -t. lia.iW.mit BWi County Dirootory. Hon. W. T. Owcu, Judgo buro. cmcuir COUltT. Oweus Hon. Oivonsboro. J. Edwin Kowo, Attorney V. Block,. Taller -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Bingo, Master Commissioner J. iiy?iii8i Infants fMMta)) wC4i'dtM8B09c9e9Be00-(,,tTF' fKl , tan. 4. iC"VfUa 11 Ml OTHERS, Do You Know Mm Pra f ill i ight j i Served i Him i i J UlJklfiliSI HJaFC m mas'. 13 AWAY An glegani - ili IDphostered- 6yffM$& ' Vaiojany parlor gait. Pe-ru-- na Pitcher's Castoria. LOUISVILLE it FMITiE HOUSE 4' When ccmes to y arnitare we are in the lead. . 1 w ... 1 1 ... T. Well-Mad- 1 1 ... L0UISV1LL6 FUftN ITURK HOUSE, WOIjI'MJ'5 Owcntboio. . .... .... . 1 , fctltfOD ... V TT P1ESHT of IITE1 STATES g, A s, I j mm fm 1 1 CoMr-AtY- , i sffit aaiis, -- f Ol 1 J 1 I m -- THEN. Y. WliKLY TRIBUNE, I Feel y i j 1 ' semi-week- 1 fifty-twoea- ch - ee Iron I Bitters .25 ONE YEAR Ixj. ey v- UALITFOLU) UKPUBLICAN, Ye-r- k by c 11 j i.i G MMM - :' WiLir, C.A.SNOW&GO. .' nndtollsthoono-profltprlcoofovertOOO- O nit!-un- 2 111 i r I" -- 1 TASTELESS 1 CURBS TOO s JlmAiMslSSBmmBifmmm fife " lu QAHSOIT & CO. lauaiiivV tr i "1V , --Ml 1 l