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PKnriCTLV HARMUSO. tiieiforlOytaribyihouiiinJiof moinen. n.vtr i.ui iortiivchiurtnof MM all M Iti IEETIIING I ROUBLES tlf.ri ior circuiari !' in. tv ma bull by all dttl.ri, In 20c, AND COo. Bottli-- . F. W. FLOYD A CO., Owanifaoro, Ky. Jania uiwm) The Hmtfobd Keptjblican. OFFICIAL CREAK OF hf AltA It l luiiion lr nattala no nnlum m Hiiwnii iu ,vmin nthr hniiAnAm . Dorfor. Pttal Mtainf TEE PART? IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Ifi eg l atorJ u VOL. VI 11. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1896. out boauUfuffy'und tho villain was completely foiled. ' Tho horo and horoino trippod along to tho strains of a wedding march in tho last act, tho parson appeared and tho friends offered tho customary congratulations. Then tho curtain went down. Everybody laughed and pronounced tho show cxcollont. Wcscott left Portland a fow days later and tho lady in tho caso dlsmlssod tho play from her mind and wont along with her painting and hor music. But ono afternoon sho heard that she had been led into a trap by tho lover of tho play and that tho marriago had not been a sham, It transpired that prior to donning, his wig and otago clothes Wescotf procured a marriago licenso and arranged lo havo an ordained olorgy-ma- n officiate at tho altar. Tho parson actually attendod and went, through tho marriago ceromony in. duo form, sho and Wcscott making tho usual responses'. Tho young, woman ascertained Wescott'a whereabouts and "wrote to him in referenco to tho matter. A fow days later, sho declares, sha received a lottcr from him In which, ho addressed her as his "dear wife."' Shortly after reclvlng this letter Miss' Mercer or Mrs. re-- , Wcscott moved to this city, whero sho has sinco resided. Now sho wants the court to investigate tho wholo muddle, to learn for certain whether tho ceremony was or woo not licensed and whothor an ord&lnod1 clergyman performed tho ceromony. If her information as to tho situation is found to bo correct, then sho wishes a decrco adjudging tho marriago Invalid. t is said that sho expects soon to bo participant in genuine nuptials with 0 gentleman of this city, and that this Is ono reason why sho Is eager to havo tho uncertainty as to'hcr namo and status cleared away. San Francisco Examiner. Why He Forgot. Snlpleigh I say, Poorpelgh, how is it you havo not paid that bill of minor Poorpelgh My dear fellow, I havo been so busy on that now book that I had forgotten all about it. Snlpleigh What aro you writing? Poorpelgh A treatise on memory. Philadelphia Ledger. Had to Poatpone. NO. 31. Latest U.S. Gov't Report THE BEST ftor fJearly szXu1 Sitl UElKI. 3E3C-T7-J- .&&. VEHICLE THE OLaES AJD. - cinrT'crir s I3 DE3CE3XJi3D color of his skin. Dr. JamiH i.ut some of the Democratic Senators in n box during the discussion of the Post-e- ll case. It will be remembered that 'Rev.' Christian was a member of the Coloted Democratic Executive Committee in charge of the lecent campaign. "Would on have voted to confirm Christian's appointment if Hardin had been elected?" was ask -cd ot Senator Sims by Dr. James while Sinn was orating against Po?t-el- l. Sims responded "No," that he "would not confirm the appointment of any nigger." That puts the Democratic party in a bad way lor votes among the coloicd Democracy next Rpi K: AB&OWTEKY PURE cnte thnt tin public business shall be well done, and are not disturbed by the consideration whether this man or Hint man U doing it, but he hears very little ditectiy liom this class No President can conduct a successful administration without the Mippoit of Congress, and this matter of do what lie will, often weakens that support. It is for him Highest of all in Leavening Power. SPRING MEDICINE IsSIMMONS 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 t 'reck health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIAMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other remedies. And, beskhs this, SlMAlONi LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. FOR TUB BLOOtf take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood purifier and corrector. Try it and note Look for the RED Z the difference. on every package. You wont find it on any other medicine, and there is 110 other like SIMMONS LIVER Klngof Liver Remedies. Be sure yju get it. i. ii. y,i'iiin & Co., riiiinitciiiiiin, ru. Liver remedy REGULATOR-thc i ; PROFESSIONAL CJWD. always a sort of compromise between his ideal and the best" attainable thing." time But Dr. James thinks that the S:n-atput this party in even it nioie embairassing position by declaring, or Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for OWENSBORO, KY. Will prnctico his profession in Davieji and adjoining counties. Special at tcntion given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jnn.N. Glenn, L AWYER, J A HUSBAND'S BTRATEQY. w loo 0Eoir cent, til 3Eli23.0Lj30MaLst. SZj&jf - WRITE FOJt Solcl in answer to the Doctor's question, that he was opposed to the aepernte now to make capital ior the next eltction, but they are losing what little refp-e- t thereisleltin Kentucky lor the tld party ol tespectability." The better element in the p.irty it deserting it for either the Republicans or Popu lists, who really stand for something besides the offices. TeMlnuuiy. Clus. it. Hood, Broker and Manufacturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies ifiat Dr. King's New Discovery has nV equal as a Cough remedy. J. D Brown, Prop.- - St. James Hotel, Ft. Waye. Ind , testifies that he was cured ol a Cough of two years standing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr King's New Discovery. B. F. Mer-riBaldwinsvill, Mass., says that be lias ued and reconi trended it and never new it to fail and would rather have it than any doctor, because it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E 25th St , Chicago, always keeps it at hand and has no fear of Croup, Free it instantly relieves Tilals Bottles at Williams & Bell's coach bill. The Djmocrato are trying CATALOG I E.- - by authorized deal ers or direct from L THL6ELKLKEH CO., MANUFACTURES, ((ilrtihttl Made It Unlikely That His Mother-In-LaHARTFORD, KY. Will Visit Him. (Office, orrr Anderion'e Bataar.) Thcro was evidently something on Will practice their profession in ah his mind, for ho did not oven notlcn thecourts of Ohio and adjoining countho coffee was cold and that tho cook ties, and court of Appeals. Special and housemaid wero quarreling aud- attention given collections. Also ibly in tho kitchen. Notary Public for Ohio county. "It can't bo tho dressmaker's bill," mused his wife, "for sho has only sent it to mo twico as yet; It will, only go to his office as a last resort. Y LAW Anyhow, If It Is anything unpleasant he'll speak of it soon enough," and' , IIAKTfc-OIinKY. sho poured herself another cup of Will practice his profession in Ohio . tea, which was hot At last ho spoke. "By tho way, and adjoining counties, and court of my dear, it seems rather dreary for Appeals. Special attention given t Office east side of purli' you alono all day in this largo house. collections. should you liko a visitor this square. How LAWYERS, James j&. Saaoltli; JT j.n.n. n'eddiac. GLENN & "WEDDING, fiTTBRi I vj HendersonjKy, FOR THE HOUSEKEEPERS. Ubo soapy water when making starch. Tho clothco will linvo a Business College A glossier appearance, and tho irons (INCORPORATED.) will bo less likely to stick. Dato Candy. Sced somo dates and in place of tho seed put a piece of tho fondant; press together and roll all in sugar. Pralrlo Farmer. --BSlMMn z 31 K53T1 W H EK We ak ihTs repctcdlr, because J A valuable assistant on teriout duca.es olteh follow trifling m day is a lemon. If silver, ailments after it is cleaned, is rubbed with a If you are weak tnJ c lurall ex- - H ploco of lemon and then washed and ruuiuu, ncrvouii q woll dried, it gets a whito brlllianoy Lae no appetite 4ni4 ran' MArk which it seldom has othorwlso, and begin at once lak- - m will keep clean longer than with tho inc mem st rtna 9 itreiiKthentnr g lie ordinary cleansing. ntdtclne, which is Xown's Iron Hit- Parsnip Cakes Fried in Butter. ten Benefit comes fmm Ihevrrv first Peel and boll somo parsnips, drain dose. m ) and mash, seasoning with salt, pepS per and nutmeg; press this pulp IT CURES Dyspcp-'la- , Kidney end Liver S through a sieve, mixing it while hot NcuralKl.i, Troubles, e with a littlo butter, and sprcatl on a at Constipation, Impure Blood, THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. Malaria, Nervous aliments g dish to cool. Roll up into littlo balls BUI A. d If, (CefJ trtt (A Ea.UrtHat.-IIPLrO- CcUey..) or Hat cakes, dip in flour and fry in Women's complaints. m w Offlrl&l KlikMi Cct only lh riul 'e It h Cora tt osieJ red' JJ hot fat. Prolrio Farmer. nAJTalai4 br - CTenior of tbCollet. tbbUtt l.nu on Tie wrapper. ninwftiihRndthtralaltef army of saecvufui KKCSJIKIENDED BY Iti When making cakes be careful CROWN CH.MICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ma Z taJtati. who f tftUriM per an nam. IiumdrcxSa 01 acrrfftt to dry and sift tho flour, and to thordollar Uat-- br eneBeii'SocoaatconoEaHOB tlkanl Aetssl But UOOU.fitKKl'IHU oughly mbx tho baking powder with Prague from atart t to BnUh. Ko Ti( Mo Vop7tav. 1Ims4 f BaistatMa I Uook. We will luinih jou the Daily and it boforb adding any moisture. Dreak its yaara practical tsptrltoca as togs; tpr and ai prt accoantatit. WOBLD'ft CO Suntlny Coiiiier Ji)iun:il nntl I'm. KR each ogg separately, and smell each IIIU1ICMT AWAKIk or to "Amtrlcan firs LVHRIAN before mixing, for ono bad or musty lm of tibortband, fauibtto Id (hit Ooll, aod runLic N iir one jear lor $8 25 tha head of Ibii IIIsrfctMt r.adomnfat egg will spoil tho wholo cake. When ax court rt porut), from tba autbora pf thli iTftm. beating eggs bo sure that tho whisk TELKCiKANIT Pfpartroant EnJor4 If Train lU(talchra and leadiac railway nd is perfectly clean; any grcaso on It fph ronpanlea. Tba Only fftvnool In lb sYorltf op ratio a comaltta llallwar tfritem for will prevent tho eggs from frothing. lb ImuoAi of tta tudntl. 15lltVIUUAI lRACnCAL INftTHVO Chocolato Creams. Form somo TfONInalltlfpartmtnta. If a CIsm Work, 70,900.00 (iuraust that oar CoIIi ' small balls of tho fondant. Taken refunded. rrrwBtJ, or owned, erected and KltTnt NEW fnruiebed br ploco of it half tho slzo of an egg and nt!ILtlU( nootr of our practical lyitemi ua of met tba raiinlrenienti melt it In a cup over hot water or in nitracUoBfVartiMv Heat, Klectrle Llcbi, Watosk parrrl ventilation. Tba larteet and moat a small doublo boiler. Melt separate-lperfectly equipped Unalaa Collear Butldlna; ti tba ftoatn. lUuitrated Catalog ue free;1 Addreta (without water) a plceo of chocoC. C. CALHOUN. Principal, Lax I a ton, Uj. late of equal slzo over hot water; when perfectly smooth add to tho ELECTRIC TELEPHONE melted fondant. If too thick add a f4o1d oatriibt.no raat, no roraHr. Adarted UOltr, VllUaaorOoqntrr Nd4 In aevrr very littlo water. Drop tho littlo haeaa, ebon, etor and oflc. Qreeteetconwn no and let aalUr on arth balls in this, toko up quickly with a maua rrom fti in aso er nar. Affala a rildenoa ntaana a to all tba Una In fork, let drip a moment and turn Kin Inatrnmanta. na tot . wurkl iahlwkr anrabara. any dUUnea. Ootnplat,rdy for neatly on waxed paper. When all DMwhanahlpped. Gnbaputupby aay one, nn an (11 nrnar. A nrairini. iuu. rile in nro done, givo a second bath In tho. nuur. Vrrantl tin. Harrison A Co.. mnner lO.Cotumbut. t-W, P. Clerk chocolate. Orango Judd Farmer. I ( The Lexington I fFeei ! 1 AKjSf Today? Brown's Iron Badly I At a church lunch recently thoro was considerable excitement. By eomo mischanco tho cook lost an oyster. Denver Post II lit winter?" M. L. Heavrin. Shkt,bv Tavlob. "Whatover put such an Idea Into HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, your head, Henry Marshmallow? I'm sure I havo no timo to spend in inventing amusements for a girl who , HARTFORD, KY. would mako mo a stranger in my Will practice thier- - profession in all own parlor. To bo sure, Amy is en- the Courts of Ohio and ' adjoining gaged, and by coughing ovory timo I counties, nud in the Court of Apcomo Into tho room but then I've, peals. Special attention given to mado thoso lovely now sofa pillows. collections. Office, next door to 1 can't havo them ruined. Then' Bank of Hartloid. thero Is Efflo look hero, Henry, had you anyono in particular In your Perry Westerfield, mind?" I Attorneys at Law ' silver-cleani- (!IQiA9nn Bitters Try Electric Bitters ns n remedy ior your troubles? It not, get a bottle Drug Store. now and gtt relief. This inedleit. has been Ion nil to bepeculisrly ndjpt-eto the relief n I cure of U Female morlcan Stoam Laundrg Complaints. rxcrtinK a rotierful diPltlNCETON, KY.j rect influence in Riving urength and tone the organs. II v u have Losit Does the fiwet work of any laundry in Kentucky. The of Apjttite. Cintip it'un Headtche, Goods work is all guaranteed. Faintinii Spells, or nre Nervous, are not torn up, but are returnSkepltss, Uxcilablr, Mrtnticlioly or ed in gond condition. tmub'trt with Dizzy Shells. Electric Bitters is the iiitdlc 11c you need. 7aundry Shipped on' MonHealth and Strength nre 1; 11.1 ran teed day, roturnod on Friday. hv it use ' Ftlty cenU nntl $1 00 at Sdavn joiirwork for me. Williams & Bell's Iinu Stofe. 1 Ten F.rcr t t. y m WE HAVE l blll Mll dlreci to tba consumer at wholesale prlcea bblp anywbero lor eiaiulnatlou twforo sale, Krerjiblug warranted lOUatylesof atrloi Hfdlnsr Haddlca. NO AGENTS NOT A MARRIAGE. Carrla. ttOatileaoflIarneas.41 TABTELEBS A Young Woman Wedded During Play on the Stage. Thcro Is a charming littlo woman IT 11, rnATTi Seer Writo for caialofftie. CarrUgtaHarnsssMfg.COf Elkhart, Ind. )r.. fi. Eye, Ear, No-- amerr Y SI'RCIAI. e nd INI) -- ' r t WARRANTED. O TDNir IS JUST A3 COODFOR ADULT PRICL-rOc- Inl 1 1 1 Iml!' t COO RVANSVILLK, Office 416 Upp. PlrRtt - " ai.atia, Ii is., Not. 10, !i rarlaMedlclnoCo., n IauI, Mo. bntllca it Wo tl In.i ynar, UeDtl.ment nilOVBIl TASTKI.I.--S C1IIU. TONIO awl hav Louiihl three aru.a alreaitf thUreur. Inalluure." bu.ineM, (imo yenr.. In the drua pertenco o( H no.er told nn article that cn, auch Hnlreraul our. inilr. JocUoo jour Tonic alWsav4 iu ss-- . THE QUICKEST AUNLl-.C.lU- au Cj. For sale by William.s & lltll In town who doesn't know whether sho is Miss Inez Morccr or Mrs. R. B. Wcscott, and tho uncertainty has grown so intolcrablo that sho has asked tho superior court to put an end to It by adjudging that if s'o is Mrs. R. B. Wcscott sho nover means to bo, and that sho shall bo no longer. In May sho took a liand in amateur theatricals in Portland, and so did a gay young swain named Wcscott. As tho playwright had it thero wero two lovers in tho drama, and as tho agent mapped out tho caso ho and Miss Mercor wero these two lov- Hev. T. P Ralph of Beach r.rovr-pteached the luneral of little Pauline In McClttre's Magazine for March, Mihnn at this place Sunday last. accompanying reproductions ot noted The protracted meetinjr held here- paintings by Delacroix, Ingres, Sir by Revs. Browner and Jenkins closed' David Wilfcie, and'other French and last week with very good success. English painters of their time. Mr Mr Y L Mbsley who has been, Will II Low will have a critical and teaching school near Whlteiville has: biographical paper on the men and returned to his home at this place their work. Mr. W . Jones has returned ftonu Short stories by Kipling and Ro'bert St Louis, where he has purchased a. Hat, and poems by Robert Louis Stevlarge Moclc ot goods enson and Eugene fteld, are promised Mrs V. W. Yeiser is visiting her in McClure'sMaguzine for Much. son Bud nt this place. Mr. J If. Tharp has relumed home-froTake Simmons Liver Regulator Iteland wheie be has been: now. Itsjust the remedy for the teaching school. Spring of the yeart'o wake up the livOur fcliool at this place is being: er and cleanse the whole system of largelv attended with good success the accumulated waste of the winter. Messrs. I. W. Reynolds, Geo. i "My wife combatted more Malaria in Welsh and J. W. U.irnhill went to. Alabama iu 1S61 with Simmons Liver Owensboro Regulator than all the doctois in the Mt. G. D. Westerfield spent last: neighboihood. We've hud a siege of Sunday at Philpot. Malaria in our own family; and it Dr. W. C. Strother has been visihelped us." W. N. Bryant. Dallas, ting his hiiter Mrs. Ur. McKenney at: Texat this place. llnrrUon ou Civ if Nervlee ftefnrin. Mr. R. W. Mahan ol Iliflin is in Ill none of his papers upon "This P. M. C. town Country of Ours" has Harrison delivered himself with lleiitorrnla ' "", Mil" diemence and emphasis as he has in special to the liuls A Htankioit the one in the March Ladies' Home vi''e Commercial says: l'l.i:MiT M.. 4 -- HIIXJK. Marvin Brandon, Agt. IUbtfoiid, Ky. Marshmallow stiffened. "It is quite impossible. In tho first) place, tho guest chamber is not fit to, bo seen, and, anyhow, I don't want' anvbodv to sleep In that lovely bed;' it would spoil tho sot of pillows. Be- -' sides, I shall bo too busy to tako any-- ; body around this winter; tho house takes up all my tlmo." "But what I was thinking was that you might bo glad of a littlo help in your housekeeping." "That Is just where you aro mis-- 1 taken, Henry Marshmallow; when 1 want any Interference In my domestic nffalrs I'll lot you know. Oh, yes, I know just how much sho would enjoy putting a finger in my piol" "You quite surpriso mo, dear; still you must know her hotter than Mrs. "Not at all, I assuro you; that Is, I mean or tho lady I had In mind Is middlo aged elderly in fact." Mr. Marshmallow looked alarmed. Attorney at Law Biuvkb Dam, Ky. R. R. WEDDING ! I ' Hartforu. Kv. practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adioinine counties. Also Notary Public! Office, iu Commerci al Hotel. Attorney at Law, OT. I ram at' ILL practice H. BARNES lm) Hartford, Ky. ' I his profeseion in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Spoc- ml attention given to collections. Office next door below Coalmen cial Hotel. , VI TT "That Is tho first timo slnco our ' marriago that you havo shown any appreciation of my judgment. I'm glad you've learned ita value at last." "Oh, well, I thought to give you pleasure." "Great pleasure, I'm sure. I only hope you haven't already Invited her. If you havo, I givo you fair warning ' 1 snau just exposo myscu 10 smuu-po- x and havo tho houso quarantined, so sho can't come." "Of course I haven't asked her. I .thought I'd just suggest it, lest you didn't liko to, and you'd enjoy asking her yourself." "And enjoy hearing all winter how sho brought up lfi children without evor a sealskin jackotor a pair of bloomers." "Reajly, I was not nwaro that ' I I I do." Attorney at Law, HAKTFOKD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to al business entrusted to his care. Col Office with the lections a specialty. county Attorney. Also Notary Public o. aye. im r 3S3. OF. Attorney at JCeLW, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tic- s. Special attention given to eol lections. Office in Courthouse. (Connly Attorney) IKnH.A.Ij, ''l Mh HC LNE' DiTwctN s. f OBISVILLE CINCINNATI PJEPIPHIS AND THE EAST. Direct Connccllont For Direct Connection, for oil Point In obtaJnedand all Fat Careat,and Trade-Mark- a ent nuuacii onauciea tor Moot. ATI rtc. r.TiHTOf fic ou. Orrict 1. OfroeiTictoU,(eta. tuna than uom ndvauaiHuri tMtcnt Jteraol. torn W.ihinrlon. Semi mod.:, drawing or pneto, vim owene-tion. v e aavue. it paienuoia or nor, irM w charge. Our ice not due till pat.nl la lecurect, !i A PaumiiT, "How to Obtain Pt.oiOlh coil of Moiiln the U, S. and loroif ceaatnee r mam .... not free. Addrria, ers. According to tho play tho lovers had tho usual stormy tlmo of it, but in tho last.ont. vryhlntr turned MINISTERS ENDORSE IT. DR.K.V. Funcil DonnoJia, fbrrytH Co., N. Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, Opi. Patent Orricc. WAiHiwaTOM; d. c IVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVV truant C.A.SNOW&COl eta tr?atmeat bv nni). bAtUV 1 1 t WKtxM iWKwfflw I .kaJBb. KXHH irmi'V . A it; eV jm mX FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Wtlte Tor Information to the neareit agent ol the Chcaapeak, Ohio & Southw.tttrn K. R. JOHN ECHOLS, S. 0, HATCH, Cco'l Maugr, ucn'l Fata. Aft. LOUISVILLE, KY. tldturpbrBlduiol ao letuvviMrttcc Vt Notvraocuor(leteQUuatruiiiuutaMa. V Noiurvtnf, wiinklMur (UbbtDtM. lull Uui JJ proTM gener. betUt. tuti btuufte e tnpleiloa. rht curvd, CATFOLKS REDUCED W9 vni Jf JaA La23 II AflaK gf Iicluka4fcjclt julacloJorlt ibuiuuKU PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL confldeDLUIlr. JMr mrtlculara altlrM, wiin tumft DR. SNYDER. XSSSlSsftSritiiSSz BTCU 7Cmi.f. U WOOU Mm. BTiunoif. ttM ba(j uken &, lub Of tie roedldne eh. wm aouodlr cured. Vouratrulr, lle,T, II. BTIMI'SON. For women lufferuis from anr chronla " female oompUlnt'1 or wedkneaa; (or women who art run-dow-n or orerworked ; at tha change from girlhood to womanhood t and. later, at the critical "change of life" medicine that, "KaTorlte IrtacrintlonnU .fell' aiid certainfy bulltU up, atreogtheua, rejuiatee, and curee. Dear SirVot aom. ale or KTC jnra uij wuv bad been an Invalid. oonTlnced that. It waa her only hope. we bought all bottlea or Dr. Plerce'e KaT0ht VreecriPtlon and "O old-- mi Medical DlecoTerr," To tbe aurprlM of th oommunltr and tha Jor 01 oi7eji ana rami!, in one week nr wife oora- Linenwa o improTe, ana (long; beforo aha. had ' taken tha laat bottle aha I waa able to do her own, work (ah. had not been able to do It baton for C The Republicans- - have the- Demo- Journal. "The President's Duties." one of Mr. BesSAes commending crats on the run on the negro quesCleveland's nets, and censuring AmD ulru the c.tuipaignthe Jem tion. ocratic papers told the white peoplts bassadors for making political speeches he talks ol Presidential appointments thnt the Republicans wonld.il elected in a most feeling and almost pathetic forre rnce equality; then they told people that the Republicans, way. Upon the latter theme, in givto Civil Service Re weie not the liiends of the hlack man ing endorsement form, hesas: "In spite of nil the and would not pive him an dfiiculties that beset the question of that of spittoon cleaner. haven't. removals and appointments it must Well, the Republicans forced any negro tqtulity up to this; , be conceded that much progress in the writing, ano everymin is !""K "" tlUeclion ol a betterment of the Ser pleasantly outside ol.Kiatikfoit, when-th- e v)ce Rules havereroved a large num-- ! txrot minor ofnetsMn the departments Democrats are jaijtitg anqwlu Washington, and In the postal and nirapus because they want to hold ot. to the offices. Dut Gov Bradley was: other ervlce, frqra the scramble of noiitlcs. and have clvetrthe President. determined to treat the cnlnred penp and iu the appointment the Cabinet officers and the Membirs ol Postell as Steoid ol the Hopkins-vill- e ot Congress great relief; but it Mill true that In the power of ap Asylum he was anxious to give: pointment to office the PreMdent finds colored man an opportunity t the the rooat exacting, unrelenting ami show the world that he could honoraand distracting of his duties In the bly and creditably fill a responsible: of things he begins to make "busluess station. t nature ,t,. .nf. and has no The Democrats, after v.dnly trying; ' enemies fiom wav nl escaiie it la late: and to a sen abnii to besmirch l'ottU's character, dontd the attempt, and, throwing off sltivc man Involves mncl, distress of illdifguite reluseto confirm his ap mind Ills only support Is lathe ..sm.1 Wl-..... H...j -- ww Ipointment solely ou accouut of the jWV iMilnnn it tlincri aihn rliUdir -ted office-abov- "Of courso you wero not aware of HARTFORD, KY. anything. Woll, I'll not havo any attention given to col company this winter, that's flat. I'm SPECIAL making abstracts, &c, going to fit up the guest chamber as also Notary Public tor Ohio County. a privato gymnasium, and I'll havo Office North side of public spure. no room for anyono." "Very well, then, that settles It; we'll say no moro about It. I wasn't Ho for It myself." was struggling Into his coat as ho spoko. "I only thought you would liko a nlco long visit from your mother, so I " "My own mother! Why, I I thought nil this tlmo you meant your mother! Oh, nenry, I " But tho street door hod closed, and sho could hear him whistling joyously as ho went down tho street. Chicago Tribune. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kluaU could get relief of Dental Operations, Ptices a most hor-- reasonable. Office over Williams tt aCr U Tible blood dis- - Hell's Drug Store. Vitalised air nr laughing air ad case I had spent hundreds of dollars ministered fn,r painless extraction oi pliysi-li- t trying various remedies and eeth' dans, none of which, did me any good. My finger nails came off and my hair came out, leaving me perfectly bald. I then went to your" Attorney at Law JNO. B. WILSON, J. R. PIRTLE ovor-anxlo- I DENTIST nit D DECODE1fm E II HOT SPRINGS Hoping to be cured by this celebrated soonbecame disgusted treatment, but and decded to SiS.Si The effect was truly wonderful. I commenced to recover at once, and after I had taken twelve bot- ties I was entirely cured cured by S.S.S. when the world- fc B.Ib wV renowned Hot (E iTABLER'SDII iBUGKEYErlllll! OINTMENT ! ! V ,' CUBES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE " ftJdM. Shreveport. La. Ut-- tS'J.A.a. wirt (till 0tk BEST REMEDY for PILES.) and CERTAIN OURS Wnnum fnr in veara as the or.n m TflU MAiMd frf 14 Uf lirlCCO. AtUau.C. ali. ri.finikTiicaiiMow via oa.,rr. wma. iiKvuaiarra. iM v ,,jiaa-- . .tartiord .Republican l'l'UUUIIKD EVKHY FRIDAY MOIUUNQ ham a. Asnr.nsos.. ...F.tlllnr. the taxpayers raised a kick. It as thought by the council that they r juld be dispensed with. Henceforth citizens will be lighted by the moons beams or nothing. BARNETT IS THE MAN, By Land vlltut fc'nlo For Titxei Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. 1'KtDAY, FUnilUARY 28, I896. KwSSr t I 0, tlicro how sweet it would bo to get J. 0. 8. Blackburn. JuiMin Jno. R. Grace, of the first Appellate District, died at Frankfort Inst Thursday. humorist, died at his homo in Ashvillc, N. (J., last Saturday. "Bux" Nye, Ttnrfnmous thU Spring Clnirman John W. M . ''' .15" It has won its hold upon the YerJ.fi, of the "3tite Central Commit- Mn. A. D. Pesce, Slierifl of Nell'lr Co ja . J oi" hearts of the people by its 5 'ec, his tLct ltd not to hold hi press i son county, died at li ts homo near own absolute intrinsic merit. . . 5 $"$ In;? house llardslown Tuesday. Consequently j ellt lespoitbiule post any Ion; er, and It is not what we say, but .191 sueceeded by .Mr. C. our College tcvtlti t nt least sK he is lllccly to what Hood's Sarsapariila T"W l."T Wondeh what Bill Morrison thinks thntmnd doll irt per yen coming in M. Harnett, who is nowOhio county's Buiden. Fun- - iVmiwell . . . does that tells the story: Ji ho rould do with the Democratic to the tovti.' Our College is rapidly Representative in the Legislature. . . 4 Hernfl, J it It Cuimwell Tl.. information was obtained from Matthews Hem V I'otdsvtle 7 nomination if ho had it? paying lor itself il it lu not alrevly Persjin ptvlti; lul.re Uv wl entirely iloue so. We are of U1I3 a well. known party worker .and was Mn. Wiluam Whitney is too will be alio a at a lrnr.il rdu.s.vn Even when all other prcpar. confirmed by State Senator V. J. opinion that an argiim-.n- t a finanol my costs ioflmhd ii t'"' nil Vf good u judge of political values to inations and prescriptions fail. ol Crittenden county, who is the cial nature lite the one just used, S O 0 C l amounts nomination this " I was taken with a pnhi In my right vest in Democratic would be applicable to the college in State Central Committeeman from rldo which run down Into ray Htnbj year. our own town. We have no doubt the Fusttli&trict. Senntor Uebocoud Buclelon'B Arnlcn. Salvo. nnd my tinklei swelled and broko out Tint Ittisi" SmA'K iu the w nl I r it can be eltatly dciuonstinted that Ue'pn.scnt.itlvc Harnett are the oldest In running eoroi in fovon different Mks. Lease made haste the base members ot the committee in point of cuts, Utilises, Sores. Ulcen. Su't your cfallege has proven a financial place. Blneo I hao utcd llood'i Rheum, FeurSoies, Tetter, Chipof her political speeches, but sho has tho oros have healed and I success to the- - to.vn of Hattford. service, but the ambition of the :orm ped Hands, Chilblain, Coriw.mid all GOV. V. O. BRADI.KY taken love for the foundation of her linvo Rained tlftcon poiindi In weight." Other benefits to be derived from er doia not lie iu the direction of the Skin F.ruptioits, and posiltwlj uies Jotiu IlAr.niK, l'reatonburg, Ky. Gov. Bradley's Presidential chances are brightening every day, and men nie such an institution are too numerous chairmanship and he says that hc Piles, or no pay requiied. preaching. It is gu Uifiicuioii or to give petfect will support Mr. Barnett, who, while announcing themselves lor Delegates to the National to mention. , Now that the llouso has gone on Price is motey refunded Convention who will urge his nomination. C. M Barnktt as Chairman: II an nctive Republican leader in the box. FOR SAI.U BY Wtltuuih & record against freo coinago and tho ' Watrtesi. mild. u. House, has taken no side iu the fac- Bell. IIOOU S I'JliSijv,. AlltlrusBliu.tfff. Mr. Yerkes resigns the Chairmanship tf Scntito for it, why not stop tho agitational fight between the Govenornnd of the State Central Committee. Mr. The Kentucky Senate has passed a Cfiiiriiim. tion of the subject, in Congress. HARDINSBURG. Batnett is the man to t ike IiU place. the nominee forSenatoraud is liked by llolbroaic'd sta I will be at Field bill making a new Judicial District '"or several years he lmb:e-- i a iniu-K- r both. He is the committeeman from ble in Hattford the liist Monday in Ir tho sentiment of tho Venezueletis out of Ohio, Butler and Muhlenberg llARDINSBURCl, KY., Feb 27, '96. of the Committee from the Fourth the Fourth district, where he once each month until Miy, nlo the first is being correctly reported by Arueri' counties. Miss GvaCashtuan.a popular young Congrcsibcal District. Uvery since made the race for Congress and was e they are not as diy of Circuit Couit.eaHnt can correspondents defeated by only a few votes Congressman John V. Lewis has lady ol Union Star, has entered the he has been Chairman of our disttict the artery with Surgeon sensible as wo supposed them to be. Deboe says that he will Senator t, come out and plainly declared for Breckeniidge Normal College as a there ha been n steady gain for the which i,s absorbed in four Republican party. The party in this support Mr. Barnett for chairman of days. The only safe plan. Ire eery State produces a candi- Gov. Bradley for President. Tho student. 4W.M.St. the State Central Committee as n Miss lessieElder.of Roberts Bottom district is now iu .1 better condition d, date tho fellow who starts in as Ridgulings cKiulully operated on. Governor is growing in popularity Representative of the active anil Terms icasouable and sntUfictions third, or even fourth choice may every day and his chances for the is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. O than when Mr. Bmiett bec.uneCliair-ma- n. younger element ol .iVJ W ( ' ) lie Ky the party, on Cunningham. The continued improvement I. T. Haknaiui, guaranteed. walk away with tho nomination. nomination are good. Kentucky whom its future depends. He sajs Gold Crowns ?.S to $7 t Beaver Dam. Born to the wife of Prof. Shacklctt. in the organization of the party in , . . will send a solid delegation for him. that Mr. Yerkes and several other PoiCJt-111Crowns The Sultan chose tho part of wisjln 5 on the night of February the 18th, our district and our recent victory are let oi teetb (Mi hCJlter made attributable in a large measure to the committeeman, so he hns been assured dom when he gave in before Miss The Louisville Commercial has evi- a girl baby. unsolicited and This testimonial is My) . fS no merter indefatigable cllorts of would lend their influence for Mr. for the benefit of liuuifliiity. My Clara Barton, who is now in Constan' . dently discovered by this time that it Miss Mattic McGuflin, ofConstan- - activity and 4! . $ up Barnett and it will take a strong man daughter has been nbject to severe Oold fillings He Ins made a cjiu f tinople, training her batteries upon took hold of the hot end of the poker tine, is the guest of her brother, Mr. Mr. Harnett. Silver nuinir Jf. . . 75c to beat him. colds and croup and oltrti taken with lixtrir-irij- f ' " etent Legislator. 'In fict young as ei tooth 25c him. when it made its wholly uncalled for Robert McGufiin night Dr, Foiuledi violent coughing spells at with Vitalized he is he is looked upon as the leader To Met 111 Korilkilllc. ' Mrs. Blanch Mosely joined ' . . the ilea's I'nte Tar Hone) is llie only . , . Air a patty 50c Mr. Frnest Jarboe, of Owensboro preparation I have foiiuu that will reIt is said that the esteemed Henry attack upon whichesteemedis Lexington at Louisville, and all proceeded the Rcpublicms upon the flnr in Extracting tree uhen AiliTKinl thcro not a bet to Uic House of Representatives. For nnd Miss Tabor, of Fordsville, were lieve htr AVnttcrson, editor of the Owner-Journa- Leader, than I think it is .s n Teiih arc oidrteU. OIHceiiliiaociit-1- ) New Orleans to attend the Mardi Gra; ns a lilt-p- i will be abroad this summer. ter Republican paper in the State. is services to his party, he is enti- - married on Tuesday at the home of iu the huttse-liolloMteil , festivities in 'that city. Re'y, the bride. Mr. Jarboe is nn employee on a steamboat. Med to the hih honors associated to travel for Is Mr. Watterson going Democratic Statesmen, as yet, aro I). L Jmshi Miss Lena Hcasley, an accomplish- with the position to which he now as- - of the Falls of Rough railroad, and Jau. 18.1895 Or is he simply fleeing not runniug over each other in a wild his health? 202 W Undue St , Louisville, Ky. ed young lady of ourtown, has opened He is talented and capable, a Miss Tabar is one of Fords tile's most For s sle b- 7. Wayne GrlfBn&Hro., from the wrath to come? race to secure tho Presidential nomia private school for the edification of Ipires. worker hr Ids party's popular society belles. The young diuggist. and Ren trow Bos., NarVihrn TtiAf tru W:, nt gav CMrta. nation of their party. That Demo- children. She has twenty three Wbwt aim u n CWU, atw cr tad fr CVrU. will fill the Chairmanship, couple will make their home in rows, Ky. of the time wasted in Ir one-hacrat who is indeed n Statesman will scholars, and is well pleased with her with tVhao at Ucaom MIm, aim cluair to OworU. honor to himself and benefit to Owensboro. exploiting idiotic fads was devoted to - Wtw the Imu CMdrrn, afao give proof of his Statesmansbp by inCllll.lillltr lllll- -. prospects for success. bt Un CaMerla. his party. some useful purpose sawing wood, Tronblril Willi liullBrMloii. i.d We will fern Ti sulating himself with some non-coCircuit Coutt adjourned sine die on Bradley ! Gov. Brad-Ic- y nothing better offered many peoBravo, Gov. if Rockport, Ky., Feb 5, '96. either ot the liTTffiwiuz n imcd iners ductor so that the Presidential light- Wednesday morning ot last week. continues to give evidence of his My mother has been troubled with for one war for "the amount opposite ple would be much better off, menv ning will not stiike him. The session was very short. statesmanship. There can bo no indigestion (or three or four years, each nam.' tally, physically and financially. Look over tbelislnml Mrs. Dr. Milton Board is very ill. doubt that an effort has b;en mile to and t.he became so weak that she see whit you need and of America's The last few year? give lis n call: It is none of our place to ndvise history has witnessed some of the most Mr. James Skilltnan, son oftlircuit draw him into the Senatoral fi,;ht. could hardly walk. Other medicines Daily and Sun Conner J mrnal $S 25 He has flitly rvfuseJ to permit him which she took did not seem to do Democrats, but if the Presidential diabolical i, 6 25 " without SunOev " S crimes. Clerk R. S. Skilltnan, is very low and fiendish 1, THr self to be mixed up In that affair. In her any good, and she began taking with" cnosumplion. nomination is offered to any DemoGlobe DemneriT 1 75 Crimes, it seems, that nothing lets Hood s Pnrsapirilli. She has taken Weekly Couner-Iourn. cratic Statesman, it would bo an ex- than a devil could commit. Rev. Hunt ol Louisville filled his thishe has purstud that course.which .".175 More '.,'is-- 4 V" ' : .'..her1"-c- I tl 25 cellent idea for him to cut and run than one ot them have been commitpulpit at the Baptist Church fast Sun- fie dignity ol his office requires Gov. five bottles and is now nearly well Louisville Commercid . . . . Bradley has too high a conception of nnd has gained in weight. Hood's N Y Tribune adrAiwous! PLMfr 5 i or tall timber. At any rate we of our own day morning and evening. ted within the borders M fitness of things, to occupy the Sarsapanlla has alsohelped my Path-er.- " N.Y World thrine I 65 vise him so to do. Miss Mary McCoy and Mr. Taylor State. The growing frequency of highest office iu the State and at the II. F. Ranhou'H. . . I 40 Chicago Inter Ocean . . Bell, were united in marriage on All of According to a French authority, these crimes is appalling. same time net the part ol a partisan 25 Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy nome o Farm which goes to show that the morality Wednesday February 26, at the home ar.d ire pulling politicians. He has experience with tho Mediterrean Reall cl which are iteented and We would be glad to send you any of the bride near Garfield this county. to operate. lii: In otu gained new favor fn the sight ot the and entirely serve Squadron, have proved that of our country is in a wretched state. Miss McCoy is an accomplished This of the above named papers. . CaUI-.gand people. We are glad to know that for 1896. A nev Dkar Rkadkr: Have you paid offer is good lor new subscribers and sboro defenses are useless against the, Our churches and cbiistinn people popular young lady and the groom is fat': .. t' $ e.i$on Is tiie Freo . f Sdi at Catalowie "No," did you old ones who pay one cr lu advance They are in a large measure responsible foi a joung farmer living near this place. he is determined t" do his duty, let that subscription? fire of modern ships of war. r' & 'o ar.y! ACUi. ThbNcvCata the consequences be what they imy say? Very well, one more question: They are annumay bo a valuable tip for us in those- - this stato of things. Congratulations are extended to the Py his courageous and lor 110" we v.M mall on neceiitcrf a Whenever a druggist tells von he statesman like When were you to have paid it? ally spending large sums of money happy couple. c:r.t stunp, or to Ibote who wU'lfcte experiments. has something just as good for cough, wl .re tbey : w t.ut artve mvinei tiie conduct, he is encouraging his ad That's all; thank you. for the conversion of Chinese and grip, etc., ns Dr Hell's l'inc l'arHou. 'in;ogue he n Jed Froe I Our Deittjate Convention: We mirers in theii- efforts to gain for him Me. CLEVELANDeays wo should ad" Hottentots. Let some of tbi3 energy, eydon't you believe it, for wr guar-an- te ?,--. nn. Thin or gray hairlind bald heads, suggest that the Convention to select Ue Presidential nomination NothTF.i ... that it is not true We make it forcigh built ships free, because directed abroad, be used at home. . . .. WVIi W. UUII delegates to the National Convention ing short of unnhoad and stitcatii'in-ship- , so displeasing to nnny people ns the genuine and authorize all drugin Europe Charity begins at home. they can bo built cheaper C..iUr natm., IlcwVurfc. marks of age, may be averted for a gists to guarantee it. The h. H. from the Fourth Congressional Disof course, should ever occupy thau here; Secretary Herbert says we Sutherland Co , l'.iducah. Ky. trict, be held at this place. It is true the Presidential clnir Gov Brad- long time by using Hall's Hair Dec Hell 1'ariilj 7cl. For sale byZ Wayne G tiffin & I'm , arc building ships cheaper than either Sunday's Owensboro 'f jibune con- Breckeuridge county is in one end of ley's course shows tint It pD33eS3es druggist, and Renlrow Bros Ntrro.ig.' Frauco or Germany and that wo shall tained the following account of a DOCTOR aaaaamw thedistrict, but these Conventious them in a high degree. Ky. soon build them as cheap as Europe. young man who is well known in Ailiirnry w. T. Hut nnl. have been held in the Eastern end, Horn. Hoin. ' Monday's Louisville Times has Thcfo two gentlemen should confer Hartford: and besides Breckenridge county has Children Oryior the following account of n well known on this subject. I'urtNtlllp Dry. Thursday Dee Bell, an Ohio county never Lccn shown any recognition in )oung gentleman wi.o formerly lived Last Thursday w.is the day for the I DNQLISIl Castoria young man, came to this city with a this respect. Tae hotel accommodaat this place: Dn. W. G. Hunter doubtless says load of tobacco. Bell is said, is in- tions here arc ample, and we have a vote on the whiskvques'ion at Fords"Henry McCrackcn was arrested with tho poet: The election was quiet, and 6cIcntlflo American clined to dissipate, and remaining city hall which is an excellent place ville. Aacncy f0lVg "O, the transporting rapture scene, the dry men got iu some good work this nioining on a warrant sworn out , over for the night, look the tounds of in which to hold a Convention. In That rises to my sight. by Attorney W. T. II y ward, charg-in- g in stop a cftugti In a night, check a coM the saloons. At a late hour in the tact our hall affords better convenien-ieuce- s a id ranied the town by 4j majority. a .lay, nml Luroconrumptiun if taken, Sweet fields arrayed in living green, drunkenness and disorderly conm titiiv, j mo jiiiiciinri na c uriiiipvr And rivers of delight." night, Fieice Bell, a cousin of Dee for holding the Convention Tor S ilr. WhoaoUiA Vouttb, duct. Mr Hayward is the Attorney uu it tremttlv. Of course the sentiment of this Bell, was passing Ihe "Turf than any building in the district. One scholarship in lbs Lexrlgton for the McCracken ' usiness College louplaavtry ? -a heirs, and hns Ctll at this oilhe fntnt ilUMtfl. V verso has not, as yet, bcn realized by saloon on lower Main street, Our town is easily reached by rail. or particulars. It will pay yaa 1'ullv one CAVEATS. tf brought suit for n division of the tH I (JttP TflAnp. MActea. DI bait ut. i' and went in. He found his cousin in The L. St. L. & T. runs through tho gallant Doctor, but then we trust ) thou, property. One of his clients is HenDESIGN PATENTS, t ft litidlillr t town, that is the Fordsville branch ol it will in tho near future, and if not a speechless and unconscious condi A I.oiik IVIt Wnnl. rnpvpir.UTn ntn. ry McCracken, This morning Mc Ilia Rfent ' i,Xr For Information ana rrra Hanuiio. x rito to i W will bur, Fell, lease and tent Cracken called at Mr. by him then by some other good Re- tion, Mr. Pierce Bell cartied the it does, and the L. St L. & T. conMUNN ft CO.. &,! liKOiUWAT. M OTK a Haywaid's ofOtdrit burrAti for aectirlne taunt la AdipiI i he make fice and ns'kel prostrated man to bis own home on nects with the N. N. & M. V. at West lands and town lots W'nl prograwfasa rnpUly Krcry patent lalcrnnut hy uU brought bi ru t Mel dlMJHuttwhntiM In trctitniet that publican. about the suit. He Ifce pubUo b a notice Klvt-- f rco tt timing lu tba nn' tia Bolivar street, and sent for a physi- Point. We respectfully ask that the o.it and file descriptive lists ol lands, was fatal. Ackcu'i I"trn'l 1U ir. 5 ' n i.l given the desire information. 5 i. cum CtMiiuuml It hhonld nU He has apparently recovered Convention be Held here, and the at&c , for ncii jesidtnts and see that He continued to SMfltfific TnE State Medical Society has ap cian J nayn bo Lvit in tho ):uno tor talk and finally askiiiirrAeneie. A j cant I101U9 way Lanrctt rlrrataUon of any iclrnuio In tin pointed Dr. A. F. Stanley to repre- slightly but is still speechless and tention of Mr. Barnett is called to that tl c taxes are paid upon same. ed the attorney to lem) htm $150. Mr. world, tploiulldly lUuiiratud. J t .vojuur ch. Id's life. !' luulIUant 5 IliKinalzraiair.aOc.SI.AlinrauUlt. fact. Breckenridge county has never 1 .'living tint we have in Ohio conn-- t Hay man shonM be without - Weakly, . AU.ODu sent Kentucky at the American Med- wholly pataljzed on one side. ward hays that he then uoticed Tnn ILSOilrmnnll.t, AddrcM, lorlcClty,CO., Vcumiltn,atil UivaJwajr, Hour Dee Bell is a single man, indus- been a Convention 'of the Fourth Conthe cheapest farming lands iu the lor the first time that McCracken J ACKRR imniciNn CO. ical Association, which meets at Athad S 1O&18 fliamhera St., XcwYurk. trious and honest, but attimes allows gressional Disttict, and there is no River Countiy, wcsol.citthe been drinking. He requested him to lanta in May. Dr. Stanley is n WVMVWVVWrVWWvV ol all persaiu desiring to leave the office. himself to give way to the too great dtubt that the respectability ol the ironige thoroughly competent young physiMcCracken stattcd srMouM "thv'. DC5TIN QUALITY, m indulgence ol intoxicants. It is haul same would so impress our people as j. tl or purchase lands Titles to nil to go, and Mr. H.tyward cian, and was n former resident of helped him to help the Republican party iu this ids nnd lots caiefully investigated. to the door and down that he has dehvcicd a ciop ot tobacJWKOTtraR M y the kteps. On this couuty. He is now Assistant HH We desire to make our office head co at this market this winter upon county, thereby helping the party in Sitliua It '.. l3JtUMis W- '11 wend you our Genej.il Catareaching the street McCracken turnPhjeician at the Hopkinsviilo Insane which he has realized nearly logue end LuyiU fl.dde, if you $400, the district as. well. All of which is quarters for all ptrsons inquiring for ' ed and struck the attorney w full in the Wo nro always glad to Asylum. 6end U3 15 cents in utaro - Tbtt 1 WtSj1 a rj but most of it has been lost by dissi- respectfully submitted to the powers ri al estate for any nurpe.se. Office iu f ice. Hay ward was taken pn t postage or cpress ige, and vholly by seo Ohio county boys taking the lead. Hartford House, first floor, Market surprise He did pation. off idlers. that be at Frankfort. not return the blow. Ht,nast ValUM) It's a Dictltr.s-yoHis present condition is a seiious Hartfoi.l. Ky. McCrackcn seemed anxious for a pu- Full of Important infotmatlen no Dr A , D. James: Wt have under Attorney General Harmon one, and feats i J. SMITH & CO, ate enlertnired of his stood that Dr. A. D. matter wliciu you buy. 700 P.io,e, gllistic encounter, and followed up James of Muh- thought it quito safo to say, after tho recovery. Real Kstatc Agents FOCJaO YEARS la.coo illustration-.!- ! lei of ,o,ooj 30 4t his first blow with two others, which lenburg county, is a caudidatevfordeU tlso lod all WOllM Uomodloa. opiuion expresed in Congress nrUcleaand'sbtplcoo(:!i Om of the -, did little datinge beyond knocking P'ofit only between Ta!scr - J llio l.lwrmiiri- - llurdur.1. egate at laige to the National ConEOT BDTTLE fiUARaMTCED. outiogeously high expenses of tho Qst it. Children Cry for the attorney's collar and cravat .SOI.M 11 V ALT, lUVCIOIBTf. Mr. John Ashby, Jr , returned yes- vention at St. Louis, There is one Department of Justico, that the reasMO.nTvJOJE!V WAW Ot nirninnroMii Viiskwi.. ht. bih. terday from I.ivcruiore, wheie he thing, and it is no small thing, that awry." iu-si- o ,., iu ., liciiiif. i on the violators of the nnti-tnilaw went wlih bloodhounds to trail the werouot prosecuted was tho lack of safeblowers says the Owemborn In- can be said of Dr. James. His tireless efforts, in behalf of his party, money by tho Department. Ho wits quirer Mr. Ashby mivs the doj;s both as on organizer and as a camquite confident that Congress would the trail down the ih't-- ome paigner, contributed in n large degree not mcreaeo his force of employes, Iu distance nod leturned to a hou'-- mar to the Mtccess of thc'Republicm pir-tother words, Attorney Geucial made the store wnich was robbed, No in this State Inst fall. II there is a a bluff. wariant has been issued when belelt Republican in the State entitled to u- Optraimyl'heNAoler and orliofi . I.ivcriuore, but Ml. tays that consideration of the party because 0308 BA'iKSAfE, KuSttiiFaliii'CitW THE CORLISS PATENT BANK SAFE given out iu the newspapers the I.ivetmoic people li.il tatislkd the It ts b.fR .'IiU! FIHttat SAFE ol laithlul and loyal devotion, that , rawsTB t that arrangements havo been com- that the bloodhounds did llieir wik man 13 Dr. lames. pleted to have tho great Evangelist admirably. Ocn Street Lamps; It is givety Moody at Hopkinsviilo, Deputy U. S. Matshal Mote Ky., in tho month ot April. u and Deputy lailer John Ashby out hcte, that our city council has or Wo thought tho will abolish our , system of Mrett. Hopkiusvillians had all been convert- will go to I.neruiotc today to ed once by Dr.Sam Jones. It is to be o vigorous scaich for the burglars, lamps. It hasalways been a matter u oi doubt whether, our strett lamps supposed therefore that they all need and it Is expected to hear something have beeiuof any real benefit Not "drop" prttty soon. To this end converting over again -ithat they did not slime, for they were tit.q.-we trust the efforts of Moody will bo Messrs. R. A. Crowe and Matlm equal to the most poweiful search '$ crowned with success, and that the Keith have been ing.igid to'do the light en board n Man ol War 'I hey good citizens oi Hopkinsviilo may painting of Capt, Cox's new house, were entirely too bright. Citizens Coii'iii.-ii.retonce again bo sent on their way re- and are piogressing nicely with the walking towards them were dazed by Hid United States Government, 10KS A NU 1&1 1AI A'JEH PJ.ANW. SOLR OWNRRS OF joicing. work. IL'HNIBUEDONALLKINTJSOF "yr"lj'ilifi 10 the Gnvoriinicnt. thctc brightness, and were as liable Mpiljr mill Ctirliw l'munt Hales in Mosler & Corliss Pat'enls. HANK VAULT & SAFETY DETOHIT WORK to pluuge headjong iuto. mud and v , Call on Hullington, the barter. A Vim: AND RURGLAH PROOF ute ull ovui tho World. water as if (u the midst of Kgyptian wsmavmtrmsiuamizmim nntnc m un rKUd, Uiq. G W, Martin, Crnmwtll, ami dnrkne. Besides they pioved I lltri nni lrnp. Tui Coujh Iioston, Mass , No ig; Devoiiahife St. Uuuu. Urt P"l Cliioano. Ill ,Np ao7 Valnli AvcutiCi New YniU City, Kq 305 Iiroadwny, Corper Duane. , heavy expense and made taxes too j Attorney Artustcnd Jones, Kochport, Cincinnati, Ohio, Southwest Comer 3l nnd Vine street. JnwiHCity Mo., No (hi Deluwiirc St, St. I.eul.s, Mo , No 304 Noith Fourth Street. I burdensome to be borne, consequent- gavejis n pleasant call Wednesday. l.os AnReles, Cnl ,No.338 North Main Street Haniilton.Ohlo, rrovidence.R.I ,and nil other principal cities in the United Stated and loielgn Cuuntrle. bet-pe1 1 COLLhOlt: It is l?trrmn1t f,frrV.rl,itnl..t1lnt tllnftf l?.,a of your town should at this day enter into a controversy which conctrns the wellure ol the college nt jour place. HarditisVSrg hn irceiilly built n college and It is proving n great addition to oiir.'tiwi. It ii bcnellch. in n financial way. A hundred or moie boarding Undents attend the Cols lege during the course of the jenr, and each of them apents or 6 months nt the college. 15ach student nt the lowest calculations tetve3 at lcist seventy five dollari niiont; our tucr- ehnnti, hotel prorirtots, . ml boinl- 1II15 .. HAIlTl'OnD 7J ... Chairman Jno. W.. YorkoB will Ituslgn U9 Chiur- inan. Ami lion. ('. n. Ilnrnplt ulll Nurrrril llim on tho Ntnlo Out nil Coin mltlrr. March, i8o6nt tlm Court flouttdoir lu HurtronCKy .sc'l foroitlt in hull the billowing named lands and t nvn lot, to siliiift mid tax ando it, vt. Mm. tM-sn- l She' of Taxed due ill" ll! of Ohio county f r tit ymr 1815 ' the mcoiiiI d iv n1 will on' Moiid-iy- , The Only llable nerve Great and thoroughly building-u- p te- tonic, medicine, vitttliztir and wl Frankfort dispatch lo Monday's Courier Journal has the following to say of Ohio county's Representative. He ii well worthy the place and his tinny friends hope he tuny receive it. The dispatch says: There will be nn impnitant change in the Republican patty organization Pyrif aei- - HloeS HtlM, M I, Hsivriti.i't 7" llaitlett. Hen F Brnlshiw, John . . Foreman. Mt.s 1, 1 &8htf r 13 1 .... . . . . . 7i 5'0'1' 5 ' ' 13cforc the people today, and which stands preeminently above all other medicines, is twinned Gai1iC0.1l Co . Mills, Amy H . Morton Melvin.i . Miles, Chas Ohio Count) Unins John V Schyick. u H Watts, II : . f5' 8 . . . . . 00 6,t 7" J 7s 7 1" Sarsapariila 's Cures HOOD'S Hi' 1 I)e-bo- 11 1 Set SNOOD'S Louis- iiUnd-ngnndti- Dental ville ! cit-gu- (Jo. eec-ou- 25-i2- Bt I 1 .... ... .. l, -- d - lr lf n. ... ... rf:f m mm rfl 1 1 Seiui-Weckle- y nl 1 1 'j our 1 UIuj-tnu- u N-- ue 111 i: ..-.- r. I Pitcher's iciefs 1 i Remedy V O.T'fflV Azrvr-- 11I- -0 rs.?" 1 jTCfem irr MUN-T- i en ! Sure Saving Shown Js ei-p- Right Sight g &$m I ' raws mm ISSsiwIaH oi j KSIFUGE ' st Pitcher's Castorla. , r y jiorfecv,' vm, Bull-ingto- n ssB o BAFI-JB.KIO- t- -j v m I .- -! '"J ' -- i .imiwiftt tiess: 2bfi: Huff IT BLEW B'hew! how SPECIFIC Ntw Shoes at Carson We have c & Co'rf Fqr Scrofula. "Slnco clilltlliooil, 1 litivo been nfllicted with scrofulous bolls mid soics, which caused mo Aiifffilng. l'hjslrl.tiis irn tninbln lo l.olp me, and 1 only kith worst) under llii'lr ran'. At length, 1 began to take Itts f tobacco canvas, Causon & Co Hoi-bioo- A FAVORABLE Tobtcco cotton nt Fair Bros & CoV . New percals nt Fair Bros & Co's. DR-P-T-RHOA0- S Sfigliest Honors 11 " Awarded WofW'4 Pnir, For balled luy cill on I'leld Si MOWING The Statistics of Ohio County as Compiled by Spring clothing nt. l'nir. Bros. & Co's. See on I'ltib'iln; list In another column. Wot It has House fence. His Wc carry a Jiill and complete line of Furniture Anso.f & Co. , f begun on the Cotiil Examining Tria.1 Until Continued Wednesday March 4. New l'ere.ila and Corson & Co's. 35 new Culiiocs nt iitii B Cff CREAM pounds N O. rt Sugrr for AVER'S Carbon & Co s. 'round our way yesterday. The wind the snow the elements it blew Sarfapiullla, conspired to make our sales drop away below the aver age. We, therefore. Will have to double our salts the coming week, and in order to do so will offer was completely cured, so tlfiit 1 liavu nut had a boil or plmplo on miy part of my body for tlio last twelve, years. I can cordially ricoiiiineml Ajer's Sarsa-pa- t lllans thu cry best In existence." (. T. ltKiXUAKT, My ersvllle, Texas. 1 blood-purifi- r vcr.i soon grew bet mid Just received lot ol fine new bug- County Assossor, N.C. Danlal, $i. at "and His Corps of Ablo Deputies. ''II. $1.25 jeans pints 99c nt Fair Bros. & Co's. N lndy undersells Fair Bros, & Co. 011 clothing. gies nt Field & llolbiook. Buy one of Field & IJolbrook.s M. T." Buggies i"- -' the thing ter. lialT adoen bottles After using Mr C. II F.llis, who has been sick for the past fe' thys. is Improving Bee Don't (til to cill and sec the Das) Washer when in town next Mon-U. . day AYER IB fljer'i Cherry We can't be under-sold- Sarsaparilla Pectoral cures Cough! and Coldi . THE ONLY WOBLD'S FATR s I, Biilliugton n give you sh lve. quick, is prep ire I to easy and close Ileiewlth we will endeavor to show Ladies ties and leather bslts nt Fair how n pottton ol the taxable wealth j ilros. & Co's ofoiircjunty h distributed by Jus-- j New inUllugs nnl oil cloth nt Fair ticen District!! as well as by voting Bros. & Co'h precincts Last week we told that Mr. M. L lleavrlu was iii Louistotal ncris llsttd fjr taxation was valued at $1,935 430. which ville this week. 3 U W is a small Iraction more than $5Ji'i Don't (all to call nt Tun Rkpuih.ic-a- n per acre. Comment unnecessary. Office Monday. The average piice per acie by Justices Pretty line percal shirts nt Fair Districts is as lollops: Bros. & Co's. In II ittloid District ' Ctomuell ' ' Rnine The Analysis of Jarecl Robinson's Stomach nasnot Been Completed. It Is Announcocl, BAKING POWDffi MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frf c from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 4Q YEARS TUB STANDARD. A Howovor.that ofPolaon hao noTraco Boon Found. mi, Ktsrr.MtiM'. wu, i, hi: ir:iti:. The Commonwealth of Kentucky versus Dr. P. T. Rhoads, charged with the murder of Jnrrcl Robit'son, was called iu the county court this morning, and ngaiu continued until Wednesday, March .tth, when, it is asserted by the nttorneys for both sides a trial will be had.snys the Oweusboro Inquirer. The principal grouud for the continuance this morning was the absence of the stomach of Robinson, now in the hands of Dr. Knslenbine, the Louisville chemist. Dr. Kastenbine has written that he has completed the analysis ns to the. mineral poison nnd that none his been discovered. He is now engaged in the search for vegetable poison, nnd will nave completed his work about the last ot this week. In view of these statementslhecase was continued, nnd the witnesses put under recognizincc tn appear nt that time (next Wednesday. ) On next Tuesday the coroner was instructed to have his juiy meet in the county court room to hear Dr Kastenbinc's report of the analysis, the doctor having been suramonded to be here on that day neirly Mrs. Clyde Ji.ckvm.P.'vntts.iviil arrive Sunday to visit her sister, Mrn. P.. P. Nenl. Miss Pearl Joplin, Kli. ilu'tlitoA-n- , who has been visiting Miss F.dna ririfiin, will return home to morrow. Wc have received n big shipment cl Clothing. We can fit you in most anything that you might want Carson & Co " " iS f 43 4C7 22 5 "5 5 91 I Good heavy cotton jeans yard nt Fair Bros. & Co's. 10c per " Fotd.sville " " Itillorl lSig Cakson & Co. Mr. G II. Mattliewa is on the sick Bargains. Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 35c; former price 50c. 54 in. Water proof 40c, former price 50c. 54 in. Ladies clothGOc former price 75c. - list this week. Mr. Sam Gains, Fordsville, was in tovyuthis week. Oweusboro. " " Sulphur Springs" " Magan " Wedt Beda precinct Ciomnell Cool Springs Horse Branch Roslnc Beaver Dam McHenry Center town Avirrtgeptiee per acie by voting Clothing to suit you in price, style piecincts me. ns follows' and quality at Fair Bros & Co's. $5 30 East Hnrtloid nearly 6 70 5 43 . . . Captr A. II. Stanley, Rochester, gave us n pleas in t call yesterday. . . . t 597 . . . A Remember Tin? RrtrunuCAN when Give us you come to town Monday. a call. Remember that Field & Holkrook handle the best buggies on the market Mr. W. W. Ezell, ol Cave Hill, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. R. R. Weddiug. C. M. Pendleton, Cincinnati, is the guest of the family of Dr. Jno. 15. S3 17 . '. 5 47 .1 We will sell you lopouuds of granulated sugar for $1 in cash. 25 Rockpurt Miss I.utie Jxa has returned to pounds New Orleans Sugar at Cat son Select & Co's. " " " " The constant diopping ol the rill will wear nway the rock; the constant placing ol an ad will lid you of your stock. The truism contained in this doggerel is none the less true because of the character ol the doggerel. We have had somithing to sny before nbout the value cf persistent ndver-tisin- gf nud the mistake Mist is made by the merchant who is spasmodic I aud very far npart in his. advertising. Nothing pays better than persistency. The merchant may not be able to af ford a lnrgc sum of money, but n small nmount may be spent to great advantage, nnd half a loaf is better by far than no bread Macon Telephone. An exchange says: Mr. C. M. representative of Ohio couptj'J1' Bar-nctt, More 'I null TI11111 I'oiirj. S 33 Tiki l!oillPl. Tv Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes '5c, worth 6c. Fancy ginghams Tc, worth 9c. Dark satin es 10 and 12i, worth L5c. 13ed blankets 75c, $1 and$1.25,worth$150 per pair. Bed comforts 1. lion. Jno. I.McIIenry was in Louis-vill- e this week. Head A. 1). Tnyljr's notice in nn other column. Mr. . II Williams spent Saturday and Sunday nt Central City. Our subscription list is increasing. Why don't you join the crowd? Our Job work is always the best and our prices always the lowest. Mr. Elmore Arbuckle, of Prentis, was in town last Monday and qualified as Deputy Clerk in and for Ohio " " 3 3 3 8 . . . . . . 5 " " ' ' 50 33 84 20 7 10 13 county. Pendleton worth Ladies 90c, AND ribbed $l.2."i. vest THINK 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts 99c, worth . Mill in en reduced 50 per cent. Just as en hose Ladies woo' 24c, worth 35c. union suits 98c, worth SL25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c, worth Ladies SI. Boys boots, size fO,H an(H3, f r $1.50. 1, worth $-.75, Rubber boots worth 83.25. Ladies Men 98c, worth i. heavy shoes ;". heavy jeans pants 99c, wort lil. 25 Men extra quality laundried shirts 49c. that sold i6r$10now$6. Overcoats Boys overcoats to $5. Men hats 49c 83.50, newest All wool suits ty $15. $1 up up to styles. $4 up Elru quality 88.5o. Mcin- tosh coats $7, worth We are herb to do busircss with you and by fair and honest treatment we hope to receive your patronage at all times Wo will guarantee the prices the Jowcst and the quality unComo to excelled. see us. . We have 11 3, $y, and 6 in the 15 Fordsville 548 er Shoes will Anderson " W. Fotdsullo 509 Come and' close at ?t and $1.20. ' Aetnaville 565 see the Shoes. Cahson & Co. Sl.rcve 4 53 Miss Anna F.nglish, who has been Olaton " 4 S 8 66 visiting the Misses Walker, will re- Bulord ' turn to her home in Rlizabethtoxu Bartletts 4 40 Hcflin " 640 Pure crab cider for sale by F. W. to morrow. In loregoing calculations we did 22 6m Pirtle, Hartlord, Ky. of measles in There are 41 cases not include uon resident lauds or No deaths have been Mrs. C.M.IIainett will go to LouisBeaver Dam. the raise made on lands by the Counville to spend a lew days. reported as yet, but all seem to be ty Eoaid f Tax Supervisors, but We carry a lull and complete line getting along well. from prices at which land owners listCakson & Co. ol Furniture. - The ladies cf the Baptist Church ed same with the county Assessor. Mr. 15. B. Allen, Whitesville, was gave an oystersuppcr and candy pull-lu- g It will be noticed tint highest priced These last Saturday night and realized lands are in Ruford precinct among friends in Unit lord this week. a handsome profit on their invest- are strictly farming lands yet Beaver Ksq. I. A. Park and Mr. W H. Dam with a railroid running through ment. Hogland, Clear Run, called to see Sat- it and its immense coal fields is a urdy. Miss Margaret Nail's music class close second, while Horse Branch with gave an interesting entertainment at two railroads and no coal lands and College Hall last Friday evening. most ol the timber gone, makes poorMiss Nail is a fine music teacher and est showing. McHenry and Rock-potakes great pride in her work. would both show better averages il mineral latdson additionaland non Prol. Fowler's Comedy Co. has resident lists were lo their credit. been in town this week, They exCenteitonn with her 25,189 acres is hibited at the Cf urt House Wednesthe largest precinct in the county, Don't you know that it pays to see day and last night to good crowds but Magan with 22,050 acres is a close wheic you can buy the cheapest? both nights. The play was good, and second and McHenry with 5,629 acres Don't you know that $t saved is $1 everyone who attended seem to en- is the smallest, while Bulord with 95 A merchant 'buys where he joy the pcrlormance. made? The little boy acres is next to the smallest precan get the best goods at the lowest teating the basedrum attracted much cinct in the ccunty. The average price , attracted much attention. number of acres to each precinct is 14,954. or about the size of Aetna do. you We wish to say to those subset ibcrs ville. who have received a statement Irom Keep account ol your expenses and The acreage by Justices Districts is this paper recently, tn please consider buy closely and ate how .much j oil it Irom a business standpoint 'We as follows; have saved m a year. No. of A. did not send the statement to make Name of Di.s. . . Si,78l Hartford District No. you mad, nor did wc doubt your inI " " . 77.789 tention to pay, but we NI5UD the Cromwell ' " Rosine 74'447 money. Please send or biiiibf the " . 60,871 amount to us Remember yon can Fordsville " . 34.122 " Bulord " still get Tun RurunucvN and LouisI If you don't thiik si try m; . . 8,023 Additional lists . ville Commercial both one jeir for buy nt ttiecloiest figutes and sell nt . Non resident lists' 6,897 St 2,5 in mlvtnce the very lowest Total 343.930 In nnother column in this issue you While on acreage we will tell below will find the law card of Attorney R. 15. 1.ee Slmmerman, a oung lawyer where our principal product, tobacco, is grown, by Justices Distiicts and by ol the Hartford bar. Mr. Firnmeriuau graduated at Hartford College in the precincts as well, viz.: Lbs. of tobacco the class ol '93, and is n young man Justices Dist. of much worth and bids t.iir to sues Hartford Dist. No 1 1,373 900 He read Cromwell " " 2 . . . . 209,950 There ts a great ileal ot sickness ceed in the piactice of law. " " 3 . . . . 666,300 through, the country at the present law with ex Judge ot the Supreme Rosine Court, CI,. V Mnlkey, of Illinois, Fordville " " 4 986,500 time. several years before he came to Halt-lorBuford " " 5 1,197 800 Billntds Baking Powders is the best and was admitted to the Hart Additional lists 40,400 on the market and you get more Inr lord, bar in March. 'Sgs We wish - Total 4.471.850 j our monev him much success. This article was produced by pro Accidents niehappeuiug every day. The following named persons have cincts as follows You had better Fire is an accident, Name acres pounds paid their subscription to Titu Reinsure your property. 1S8 170,900 publican since our' last issue: John G. Hartlord Mr. and Mrs. T.I,. Griffin and Misses Nix, Sulphur Sptingsj J A. Park, W. 82 " 76,400 Corinnc Cox and IMnn Griffin have Clear Run; W. II. Hogland, Clear Run; Beda ' 390 373.500 returned Irom New Orleans. 159,600 Thos. Smith, Beda; W. T. Smith, Sulphur Spr'gs 190 Westerfield, C. M. Crow, Fordsville; Magan 593.500 742 Messrs. Jt. B. Martin, Jno. X. Tay15, P. Dniiard, 116,850 176 Beaver Dam; Miss Cromwell lor, Cromwell, and L W. Hunt, Sul26 20,400 phur Springs, were in town Tuesday. Maggie Nail, Hartford; S T Brown, Cool Springs . 59.800 Centertown; 11. I. Taylor, Prentis; Rock port Messnt. C. E. Austin, Arthur mint II. M Bennett, Beda; I, W. Hunt. Select 8,900 15 and Misses Attye Austin and Annie Sulphur Springs; W. G. Pickett, Mc- Horse Branch , 8 4,000 were in HenryjjV B. Stanley, Kochesler; W. Rosine McKeuney, Beaver Dam, 55 37.7oo town Sunday for a few hours. 206 Beaver Dam 163,150 A. Clark, Sulphur Spring:), McHenry 8,750 12 Kid. L II. Tecl did not begin his Centertown 380 343.400 meeting at Alexander as was announcs Smallhouse 136 110,300 ed, owing to a. meeting being in pi ogJj.Fordsville 278 200,000 ress at Beda and they would conflict, . 241,900 W. 341 beii.g too clcs: together. 434,800 Aetnaville 540. Shreve Don't get mad when yon are res . 95.400 '32 Olaton minded that you owe some subscrip- 14 400 27 Bulord tion. but look at it in a business-lik370,500 45 should be happy Bartletts Children 6S2 We must have money to manner. 554.000 of seven Heflin run our business. Please heed this. and plump. A child 273,300 349 Wear-for-ev- 2i, Smnllhoure 6 19 Tom Lee, ol color, was fined $20.00 nndcost in Police Court yesterday for disturbing a public assembly. Hattford has been lull of drummers this week, which is an indication that trade is improving at this place. Miss.Sallie Taylor has been quite sick for the past few days with pneumonia, but was thought to be better yesterday evening. Mr. J. B. Kliue is in town ngaiu with his fence machine. It is one ol the best fence machines we have ever seen. He will be here .several clays. Wanted. A lew wide-awa- ke agents who are not afraid to work for good pay. Apply to the Busy Bee Agency Co., at once, Hartford, Ky. Mrs. Wm. Richmond teturned to her home nt Calhoon Saturday. She was accompanied home by Miss Lucy King. She spent several days at this place with Mrs. 15 J. Hudson. Died, in Madisouvll'.e, Ky , FebruV. A. Edhe monson, formerly of Rosine.-wher- e was section foreman for several years. He had many friends in this part of the State He was born and raised in stop" rt ary 22d, of heart lallure, 7,-2- Virginia. Marriage license: W. H. French to Amanda Gentry, E. V. Wilson to Cora Patton, A.R.Stoneto Leona Spars, Wm. May to Oma D. Davis, J. Rowc to Palestine Westerfield, W. R. Mose-le- y to Minnie Dodson, J. L. Adding-to- n to Bertha Allen. Mr.F.L-Feliwas circulating a petition yesterday evening opposing the We do not new Judicial District. Should Will Save You Money , It is Money to me know the contents thoroughly of the petition, but understand that it was addressed to the Kentucky Senate, when the Senate has nlready passed the bill. lli-rn- L B STEVENS. ... .... ... .... -- :, . , , 7-- - . . . . , ( e should not be thin and pale, Dr Alexander Informs us that his with the aged look of twenty. school is in n better condition at tilts No aches; ho whines; no time than it has been f or several yea' s house-plan- t. Running, Jumpin attendance. He has about 75 boardlaughing. Children ing, ing students nud is looking for mote should grow In weight and next week. The school Is iu a tlniv,' strength; eat heartily and ing condition, and with such a man show plump cheeks. ns the Doctor at the head it will conScott's Emulsion of Cod-liv- er tinue to thrive. Oil" with Hypophos-.phlte- s lnly 81. UN per Ilum-ii-, fills out the sunken For the next 60 days I will make and gives color to the Cabinet Photos ntfl dozen; 1 Photos at $1 25; Cnrdslit 680 per dozen. At Hartford on Mondayp, McHenry on Tuesdays and nt Beaver Dam the balance bf the time, A. D. Taylor. 31 4t Addition lists Total 59 . FAIR BROS. & PrOPRIETOllS, CO. 9per cheeks Jarttord 2ymple," .'.1" . ' mp of 'fashion. Hartford, Ky. I , Cure, absolute, permanent cures have given Hood's Sarsaparilla the largest sales in the world and the first place among medicines, It furnishes material lips. for the growth of bone, and food for the brain and nerves. It lays a strong foundation for future growth and development. SCOTT'S EMULSION til hit tuirui h MlJUtltrcJluumfitr lufuljr'"!. (.Alk nur D ' tor. Ttii ii kuiuil iitlunn ptlillitlujH uniform itwljrl HMtilHl tkt r Oil 11 Ihpcpioipiilii, 11(11. Ti im.lii(r Put up m o laiinJ put hfiuufh U lurtj9rf9Mk or irlp rttr furlll ffferutfut tljta 9y, 4.471.850 5,543 An average of nearly 807II1J per acre. It will be noticed that Magan, Bartletts, Aetnaville,Bul6rd and Beda are the largest tobacco producing products in the county. These live precincts produce morcthau the other 18 combined ami these with the other 4 precincts ori North side of Rough River, viz: E. Fordsville, W. Fordsville, Shreve and Heflin produces of all the tobacco nearly raised in the county. Horse Branch, McHenry nntt Select came very near falling to raise nny tobacco nt nil. Centertown precinct produces more corn and oats than any other precinct in the county, while Sulphur Springs produces most wheat. We, however, will tell you more about this next week, three-fourths .... 40400 AllcinplP.I la Jiill Tuesday evening about 5 o'clock the Skaggs boys.who are in the Hartford jail, made a bold but unsuccessful nttemptto breakjail. The jailor's two little boys discovered them and Mr. Black, the jailer, was notified, and locked them up ngaiu. They had sawed four bolts ofi the hinges of the iron door and had reached the corridor of the jiil, and expected to come in behind the jailer when he No meeting t the M. 15. Church brought their supperup, thus gaining their liberty. The door has been se- Sunday on account of measlesnhich in town But will begin again curely fixed' again and Messrs.Skaggs is March 16th, are still boarding at the same place. Mr. Holloman, the spent Sunday in Rockport. Misses Anna McKeuney nud Att)e JIi.n K'olriiinn Appointed. Miss Sallie Coleman received notice Austin nnd Messrs. A M Hunt nnd C P Austin weie in Hartlord n Monday from the Faculty of School that she had been Miss May Rogers is at her home iu appointed teacher of the Advanced the counlrv and Mis-.eMamie Duu Intetmediate Department of that cm and Mavtai" i h nie nt their I school and left Tuesday to take charge homes in Molleiuy A large numbi r ol pupils nre out of of her new position. The place was school 011 accuitnt of measles. All unsolicited on Miss Coleman's part are doing well and will be back in and was quite n surprise to her. She school in n few days. Mr P. R. Hocktr and family, South is well educated and has had several years experience as a teacher, both in Carrollton have moved to his place. Prof. B, Hartford College and the schools the former C Scott, Marlngo. Ind. band master has again takof is iu en charge pi the Austin family Orand this county, every way-- ' worthy the position, It chestra. Mrs K. I McKeuney nnd children was quite a compliment and a fit ren two from cognition ol the young lady's ability returned WeJue'-diweeks visit iu Skysville. to receive the place. We feel confiMiss Anna McKennev nnd brother, dent that she will give entire satisfac- Mr, Oscar, weie iu Taylor Mines Tuestion and heartily commend her to the day alteruooii Mr. J. T Lynn his brought his litpeople of that city, tle diughUr. Roy, from l,ouisville. She will enter school Monday CI11I1I Horned la lleiilti. Mr. J II. Barnes was in CincinnaKirly last Friday morning Mrs. Ann stock. Render's house, near Centertown, ti last Saturday with returned to her Miss Lesta Hays caught fire and almost all ol the house home iu Rochester last Satutday bold goods were destroyed, but the On Saturday night, March 14. there saddest part of the misfottuue was will be n musical at the School Hall by home talent. The program will the burning ol a little girl "nbout-1consist ot all kinds ot musical selecyears of age, She was an invalid, and tions. Family Orchestra will furnish on this particular morning was left in music Attvk. the room by Herself while Mrs. RenIt. E. LEESIMHERMAN, der was preparing breakfast. Smoke was discovered issuing from the room and young Herman Render rushed iu IIautfoiid, Ky. to save his sister, but the flames spread rapidly and he was driven Will practice his profcsalou in all the Courts of Ohio anil adjoiniug counties back after being burned almost beCollections carefully and promptly atHe failed to tended to. Office with T, J. Smith yond recognition. reach the child in the room nnd she Co., Market Street. - .perished in the flames. 1'rnjrr .tlrfllnif Drs. G F, Chapman and Vt- - B. PenThe Holiness Prayer Meeting will dleton were called in and dressed his meet next Wednesday nlternoon nt wounds, nnd at last accounts he was 2 30 o'clock at Miss Amanda Benresting ns easy ns could be expecteil. nett's. has certainly demonstrated great ability during the present session of the Legislature. He has acquired wide influence, richly merited, not only by . his firmness nnd consistency but also by his tact and intelligence. Hon. B, L D. Gufiy occupies his seat on the Appellate bench with increased nnd increasing popularity. In his relations Judge Guffy has always been a loved and loveable man. The detraction of the Democratic press immediately following his election m tu has reacted, and his associates 011 the The enteiing wedge ol a lat.il combench have the highest respect for plaint is often a slight cold, which a his ability as a Judge and his intcgri dose or two of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ty as a man. might have cured nt the commenceI'or Snlo or Kent. ' ment. Therefore, it is advisable to A first class business house in alhave this prompt nnd sure remedy Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite ways at hand to meet an emergency. centrally located. For iurther par ToTlie Tax lnyrroi Iliirlloril. tlculars address J. W. Tabor, FordsJ.ets nil get together un School ville, Ky. orD. M.Hocker, Hartford, Vu can't do without a matters. school and wo want the beet that is Ky. . out. Our town has a reputation as Circuit Court begins Monday. un educational center and our citizenship hns the reputation of being an for Niile or I.enm-- . educated progressive sort. Let us A tract of land known aslhe Southmain laiu said reputation by agreeing ard land, on Lewis creek, between to maintain our school whoso charter McHenry and Echols. Will sell, or is now about tn be amended by the Legislature. Therefore wo suggest lease for one year. Apply to W. II. that every school tax payer 'in Hart- Moore, Narrows, Ky. ford both men nnd women who favor That the blood should perform its an amendment to said charter wheres will be prevented from vital functions, it is absolutely necby tlio trustees levying a tax tn exceed 5octs ou each essary it should not only be pure but elements, These $100 worth of taxable property aud rich in J2.00poll tax, meet at tlio Court results are best effected by the use of House at 7:30 o'clock for that standard bloodspuri-fie- r, the purpoi-- ol petitioning the Iegisla Ayer's Sarsaparilla. tu re to so amend said charter. '1 11030 Nprclnl Xoiite l I lie I'libllc. who can't be present will please send I am prepared to furnish to the pub'--. written proxy authorizing somo ono to sign your name to the petition. lie undertaker's supplies from a $5 We make this call because many pauper coffin to $35 finecoffin. These of our beH citizens feel that this is a goods will be sold strictly for Cash or move in the right direction and be (3) names (90 days) bankable cause something must be done and three note, negotiable aud payable at the that quickly or our school will be en Said note to be dangered. Lome early. Listen lor Bank of Hartford. If cash is the ringing of tlio Courthouse bell subject to my approval. sent with order I will discount the . prices of a.iy coffins, &c, 10 per cent., llillil Iliirni-UThe one year old child of Mr. otherwise will accept note as above Richard Wilson sonot Esq. J. B.Wilson which I will hold ten (10) days subiu the Hopewell community ,ot burn ject to 8 per cent, discount if paid in ed yesterday. We have only a meag' ten (10) days. After the expiration er account of it, but are informed that of ten days it will be forward to Bank it was alone with an older brother of Hartford. Please don't send for a or sister and upon its mothers re coffin without sending the cash or turn its clothing was in flames. 'I he mother suppressed the flames with a personal or written authority to sign quilt or bed clothing ot some sort, but three (3) good names to note.. The not until nil ot its Ieltstne was burned above terms must be strictly complied, severely Its recovery is doubtful nt with. P.esp'y, tne present writing. FlTZIIUGII Rcni'row, 31. 2t ' mm 3o-a- t. life-giviwell-know- n . " -- il beavefT'dam. band-maste- nines' Mill, Ky." Correspondence must sign their full ' names to all communications sent to Not for publicaThu Republican. tion but as au evidence of good faith. We must know who our correspnds. ence are, or we cannot use their com munications. Please observe this. Eliza-bethtow- p HO s jlHiiW I!ny Wwm DiftT LEFT tu5rrss"wfflaffs 10OpiscMUoa hour and o b&ra work ao&& Oj, WitMtortrau. .uiraocra. .ulitKIJ WANTED. elai nra lice" Aaii.cj Co., llnrlfiiril.Ity. GROOM YOUR HORS15 WITH BONNER'S HORSE CLEANER. No flies, fleas, mosquitos. Removes dandrufl, dirt. Leave skin solt and white. $100 00 for any case of Mange it will not cure. clip- Attorney &i Uw ped horses. Maue and tall cleaner of the world. No matting. Keeps hair fine, soft and silky. A hair grower. No scratches. Mud will not stick. Aids in shedding. Horse Groomed in less than half the timev A tonic; harmles) removes stains. Keep hair from Jading, K.xpense but a trifle. Hall gallon cleans horse no times. By its' use hoibe has colt like velvet. Also used ou cattle aud dogs For milk cows it's especially valuable in fly time, Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse CleanWill ship half gallon on receipt of f 1 (Mention this papet) Patented TOLP.DO SPliOljVLTY CO.. Toledo, Ohio. 31 ty Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing und Barn Oust Stops iritation, rubbing. Finefor er. -- 1 ' it. 8.. SSor iartford Republican Friday, I'kiiruary a3, 1S96. THE MAID FOR ME. or brown ere I euro not a For tluo cj-c- all been looking forward to for n long lima I had hoped very much Vivian would accompany mo I hod oven presumed on her doing so, and my heart sank when sho regretted that sho had mado thoro. Couuty CIRCUIT Dlrootory. SSSS23SOSSSSSj2XS COUHT. Oweut-boro. gtXKGC&OOOQOQ that Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Cm.j2Jf?3 other arrangements. Hut ttis maiden who touchts my heart ona li th eUd, who Is cheery and hopeful and XVhoia bantrr leave never a smart. A fair face may alter, and bright eyes grow dim: Dut alwaya a maid that li gay, AVI10 amllea In the sunshine and laughi at the clouds, As glad In November as May, ,WUI prove a dear blessing wherever she goes. And life will be sweet by her side; And this Is the maiden I'm longing to meet To woo and to win for my bride. Melville, In Baturday.Nlght. AT TWENTY. much leas than wo think wo know, though wo would jnnko It very warm for anyono who informed U3 of tho fact. Tho world then Is n great, beautiful-kingdo- m ivlicro Lovo Is monarch and wo his" ministers. Wo think hotter of ourselves in theso days than wo ovor thought beforo or over will again.. Wo strut about a llttlo spaco puffedj with tho idea of our Importance or At 20 wo know r - stagger about drunk with our ambitious dreams. And then somo bright morning wo wako up to find that wo wcro nil wrongthat tho unlvorso, wasn't mado just for us, and that, lovo after all is notbut this is not, telling my story. I was just 20 when I mot Vivian Meredith, and as full of all tho fool- lsu ana romantio notions that aro common to that adolescent period as I could bo. Sho was indeed a lovablo girl. I met her first at a party jglven by my dear friend, Mrs. Hor-- , aco Habberton, and on inquiring) ,who sho was was told by my hostess) that sho was a "poor young woman of good family, who wroto for tho,' papers." I was not poor and I didn't writo' things for tho papers, but I liked, pcoplo of that description, especially ,whcn they looked liko Miss Meredith, po I sought and secured an early in traduction to her. Sho was as fcvory-thin- g charming as sho looked, sho did was well done. Sho! dressed wall, sho talked well and shoj danced well. I havo beforo intimated to you, that I was not literary. But I was fairly well off in this world's goods, and nmply nblo to support somo ono who was literary. Then, besides, I, was 20. So tho idea took sudden and violent possession of mo to havo for a wife, a woman who wroto things, for tho papers, and who, placed bc-- i yond tho necessity of scribbling for her daily bread, might yet follow her' bent and make, thonamoof "Jones' famous. And to my mind Viviani Moredith seemed just tho person to do this. I thought of hor name It, was a pretty one; and I thought it, would look well with my surnamo' suffixed, signed to a story or magazine article. Vivian Moredith-Jones- I, Pray think of itl With tho hyphen, botween. tho Moredith and tho Jones, I insisted on tho hyphenwouldn't it bo tho very perfection of literary cognomens? Tho upshot of it all was that I' fell in lovo or thought I had with tho littlo Sho was very gracious to me and so I began to hopo. I thought that from feminine graclousncss to love was not a far cry, and so I not only hoped but was elated. Such a thing may happen at 20, you know. Sho bad a quaint littlo house, down on Tenth streot, where sho lived with her mother and ono servant and whero after nwhllo I began to bo a frequent visitor. I found in tho Widow Meredith a high-bredelightful old lady, who talked with familiar ease of tho most prominent of our old families, and, musing over my cigarette, I concluded that I might do much worso in the way of family. Meanwhile tho discovery began to dawn upon mo that I was not tho only ono who was seeking Vivian Meredith with Intentions. On several occasions at tho houso on Tenth earnest-lookin- g street I had met nnothcr caller, a ptrong-fnee- young fellow, Halliday by name. I found .upon inquiry that ho also was poor and "wroto thiDgs for tho papers." Vivian was very gracious to him also nnd her mother treated him as quite a favorite. I liked Halliday, but I did not liko their attitudo toward him, so I told Alsbury about it. Ho was a sort of friend nnd mentor of mine. Ho was a worldly bachelor, 40 and withal cynical. IIo laughed at my apprehensions nnd said: "You are rich, aro you not? Halliday is poor. Everything is in your favor, for money will buy anything from a man's honor to a woman's lovo." And well, on tho whole, I believed him and thought ho was very clever, and, in fact, felt rather sorry that I myself had not mado tho remark- -it bordered so nearly on tho epigrammatic. Tho spirit of it permeated tho subsequent courso which I pursued with tho occupants of tho houso on Tenth street. Without being vulgar or ostentatious, I took every occasion to lot them know that I was a man of wealth. Somehow at tho time I felt shame-faceabout it nnd wondered whether my method of pursuit wcro worthy tho object, but I did not change. I brought my trap around to hor door, drawn by a spanking team of Brays, and took Vivian driving. I put at tho disposal of her nnd her mother my box at tlio theater. I sent her, out of season, flowers that in their season wcro enormously costly. Sometimes sho protested; at other times sho received my attentions with a quiet grace that mado my heart bound and then fall back twleo tho distance it had leaped. Meanwhile tho strong-faceand earnest Mr. Halliday was still in positivo Ono couldn't ovidenco. help liking tho fellow, lip was such a man, IIo looked liko ono who might break steel bars with his hands if ho only wanted to do so, and, what was more, ho looked as if his life wcro clean, and I liked him la spito of myself. Hut becauso ho was decent and noblo and likablo I couldn't consent to let him carry off Vivian, so I consulted Alsbury again, but ho told mo to keep up heart; that I was gottlng on swimmingly, and that my courso was tho talk of our whole set. Was I elated? Well, I was 20. d d (.Til Kit COUNTY OKriCHtS. IIR. O. C. Onooon, under such circumstances? I de!nvre11, MftM. G S. Filzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur termined to sottlo it all for good, nnd " Cnslorl.i i the remedy for children of with this end in vlow drovo my span Springs. "Our ph)slcians In the children's departwhich am acquainted. hope the day It not ment hate spoLen highly N. O. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell e of grays around to her door next cf their far dlitant when inolhem will comUIcr the Z. il. Shultz, School Sunt. HartIn their but.lde practice with Castoria, day and took her out for an airing. rcnlinternt of their children, nnd tueCatler la and although v.c only hac among our Instead of the vnrtou qtutck notrtim which medical supplies what Is Lnown Why should-- rovlvo pain in oven nn ford. regular L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur ore d9tro)liig their loved ones, liy forcing products, j it we are free to confessat that the old wound by telling how I proposed opium, morphine, toothing; Springs. rup and other mciita of Castoria has won us to look with' to tier auu how sno was surprised hurtful prnt down their throats, thereby fator upon It " Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse and sorry that I should havo loved ending litem to premature trra'c. " iMTkl) KosrlTAL AND DlM'FNSAItr, Keeper, Hartford. Ins. J, I'. KlNCHFLOK, her, but sho could nover marry mo? Doston, Mass. JUSTICE! COURTS. Conway, ML. AlLLN C. P MiTll, . What's tho uso of giving her words? FoitDSVILLK. J. A. Bowling You no doubt heard tho somo or Barrelt's The Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. Ferry, March 10, Juno 15, something very liko It when you September I4. December I4. wcro 20. BuFOim. Ben F. Graves March Of course, Halliday was tho hin- 30, June 29, September 28, Decedering cause, though sho did not say mber. weiwnaamirxncrnw so in so many words. I took a run Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Rniiway Company. Hartford. A S, Atill March 2, over to London for a littlo whllo, nnd June 1, September 2, December 2. West bound trains Ivnst bound trains. These trims run il.iily when I camo back sho was married Rosine. C. L. Woodward No. S3 I I No. 54. ST A riONS. No 51 to tho poor young man who also March 13, dune 13, September 13, 6 30 p I.v. U Denut. l.!iisvilt: . . Ar. I 00 ti m 8 05 p m 7 45 i" "wroto things for tho papers." December 13. S 00 6 4S 12 45 KtntucVs' Strut 5" Alsbury was scnsiblo euough not Cromwkll, Jout B. Wilton . v, t mint 7 20 12 05 840 7 in to condolo with me. Ho merely marcn v, iiuue o, oepiemoer 1, ic- - ( . . 12 02 llounttl 7 23 7 "7 S43 said: "Well, theso things often hap- ccmin r 1, 8 55 6 59 11 ;: Willnndalc 7 32 pen in life. You'll get used to them . Rock 6 53 Haven 7 38 858 45 The theory in the treatment o( 7 45 You aro young now, but 11 37 647 Louk iitonrii 9 "5 coughs, lung nnd bronchial nflcctions awhilo you will bo cynical." after 28 7 55 Llramlciiluuir C39 9 14 has 6 24 . . hkron I very much suspect that ho had of been advanced by the tuanulnctiiU'S S 04 09 Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is n SI3 . 6 16 12 00 Irvinrtou bad a disappointment In his own life. truly a wondetlul 93t 828 . Webeter 9 47 11151 603 Well, "I am not dead and I am not ers sell it on a remedy. All deal positive qttarnntte 8 37 . I.ixl hurg 955 in 42 5 55 wed." I am 10 now and well fixed. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Hro., 3 45 . . Suipl 10 27 1003 5 48 But I sometimes wonder what tho ditiRgist, nnd Renirow Bros , Nar8 58 10 iS . StepheusM)tt in iS 5 35 outcomo would havo been, what new rows, Ky . Addiaon . 10 13 9 02 1023 531 ambitions for achievement I might . . . Holt 10 10 905 '0.25 529 ' havo developed, had God given it to ANTED SALESMEN . . Clovctpoit i) 57 918 1039 517 mo to realizo tho dreams I had at 2t). .. . . Shops 9 22 1042 We want ono or two GOOD '9 53 5 14 Chicago News. . . Skillm.iu MPV!- - tin;u ,..-.. !. 1053 9 42 5o3 4IJIJI1111 tuuuiy iu .!. uniurs i 9 33 lu&u Htfiwfvillo 9 44 ii 4 53 9 30 for a CHOICE line of NURSERY Artistic 11 13 . . . 1'etrie 9 52 4 46 9 22 STOCK or SEED POTATOES. 11 )S . . PhIcoii 4 40 9 16 Tho art of We . oR is not any Stock and Seed gunrantecd 11 aS . . . UeMiMitt . 4 32 9 07 too well understood. In the morngive you steady employment with 10 15 . . Waitmat. 1135 4 2S 9 no ing each blanket and sheet should bo 'jOODpay. Itwillcost jcu nothing '025 . n 45 8 50 4 16 s 1'owcr to give it a trial. when writ- 10 3S State . . I'ntes taken separately from tho bed and S 37 4 i5 if 57 ing which you prefer toscll. . Ouetliboto 12 07 p iu 10 4S hung over tho chair to air for an 8:7 355 Atldrees, to No. 9 0 mo . Mmttngly 8 15 IJ 19 it 00 hour or so. Tho mattresses should 341 12 24 HWKS NURSERY CO,. 11 05 . . Griffith 8 i 3 39 bo turned beforo tho bed Is made. 11 oS 12 SS . 8 06 . . Stitnley RocnESTEn, N Y. 3 36 Put on tho under sheet, tucking it . Wurtlungttiii 12 35 7 59 3 30 '5 well in at tho head. Pass tho hands I; tads 11 23 . . . . . . 1243 7 52 323 over it carefully to tako out every Good Old Granny Metcalf, S6 years 12 51 . . Kpottf vtlle 7 43 3i6 " 31 wrinkle, nnd then tuck it in at tho old, living nt 618 Monroe street, ItAfcketts 3 10 7 36 'I3S. 12 5S Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine 11 55 sides and foot. Next placo tho Henderson I.v 720.-1112 55 P '" l5Pi Tar Honey is the best grip cure, bolster in position. Put on tho upcough, lung and bronchial rtmedy per sheet, tucking it well under tho mattresses at tho foot. Next put on that has been offered to the people Guaranteed by. Z tho blankets, tucking them in at tho during her life& Bro., druggist, and Wayne Griffin foot and sides. Now turn blankets Kenfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. Writ-- ' a. '.ulter covering theso lnt: nnd sheets both down In ono smooth FiiiST. uila how lor j you liavo ic .vn, or used, or soltl "Dr. M. A. Slra- fold. Next put on tho spread, letmons LlvcrSUtlieuie I Jtitr "'Ai' Secom. Suto tliscasc? you hato known it to euro and glvo tho names of ting it como over tho bolster. Then v.. thoso cured by it over tho bolster placo tho pillows Ilait BIIIiv lu Tmitu. Gio your o)lnlon aa to tho dllTerciico botween its strength nnd b f, that aro used during tho day. All titbuiat iiiu ti action, nnd tho strength nikl nation of tlio "Liver Regulator" mado by J. II. Zellin h uh thi ' .hi through tho work bear in mind that & Ci., ttiiil tho Bl.ick Drnuglit" undo by Chattanooga Medlcltio Co ; both of t iur at I n ft t an4 which havo sold to dealers at (lor 7 cents iier package, net, and should retail at it is important to havo tho matfit rn tioMlte.txi S brili mll.hrs. It.) inu (I not over 10 or 12 t m: if v msumei-- are not imposed tijion, whllo our Original tress level and to put on the sheets, Uirt,aJ'a.liU Clflslol arliclo eauiint b" fi! nt than 25 centa per package, ns wo havo too much blankets and spread without a VT, P.1XACRI40X X CO., (Irk .. I.. llumb, for huiunu lid' to u- - cheap drugs in any of our mcdichios. 'J ho reason is wrinkle. plain; Xoillu & Co. a;ul the o'd propiietorsnf "'Illnck Draught" wcro both enjoin wl I'lleM 1'llrflt IlchliiL-- I'llro. !.om deceiving tlio juiWie by Using thuwonls constituting our trado uamo; there-iorSymptoms Moisture; intense itcharo posted) don't sell you somo Mr. Will Skillraan has had the sore ing and stinging;most at night;worse cheap lookout thatasumo dealer (not knowing youInstead of oiirGcnuino "Dr. SI. A. paekago at of H00 or JOO per cent., eyes for years He has tried many by scratching. If allowed to continue Simmons Ll or Jlethi iue," which you bo suro to specify, nnd tako 10 other, as doctors and rente ies, and has always tumors form, which often bleed and thcio i3 nothing cKp liko It. (ailed to get reliet until we sold hitn ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's On retelpt of y.iur letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco of "barge, n 81.00 pae' igu Liver Medicine, or on receipt of letter without photograph, a tube of Suthcrlard's Esgle Iic Ointment stops theitching and bleedwo will mall you a X'j cent package, free. Salve, which cuted him inside of ont ing, heals ulceration, and in most Sco theailaifti's, caused by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and Dr. Bell's l'ine Tar Honey cases removes the tumors. At drugweek. i'lvrcb, which Dr. M. A Simmons Liver Medlciuu has invariably cured since 1840. sells well and cures. Res'y, Dr. gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. IlUHTADtU- PaLIUTATIO.V OP T11K llKAKT. DltOWSlNESS. .SlCICllEAUACIIC M. Mkyer & Co , Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. op Liveii & SfLr.E.v. TV. IxuiuEvriON. Cut.r PErT. Pnlakoi-.mkn- t Buras, Ky. January 15, 1895. - Low St'iitiTs. Gexeuai. Lassitude. Dullness. Heaviness. sot it.SioMACii llAiiTAsrniN Mouth. Constipated How-el- s Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has E, W. Baghy, a promiuent lawyer 'lsiiED Ff.cLtsa ottitfiSs Eus Yellow Biliousness. Loss op Stiienoth & Flesh. done a great deal more for me than ofPaducah, Ky., says that Dr. Hell's TtNOtT. - Pains in Side it usucu shouldeh Blades. Four. Breath. can be told by pen. W.H.Skillman Pine Tar Honey cured his children of C'uatr GLniMMii.sonEKoi.F.TiiE Eves. Wkioiit in .Stomach afteu Eating. Toupid Buras, Ky. whooping cough when nil things else horc ti i.aiiuv. Acute & Ciiiionio Malaiha. Bile For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & tailed. It's a new remedy (or coughs Livr.it. Flesh MlhvousIHr.ADACiics. Memouv Clouded & Indistinct. comino up in Mot-TtWind Bro., druggist, and Kenlrow Bros , Guarantee by all dealers. For sale Colic. Piles, nv Cukino Constipation Pkodvcino it. Kidnev Diseases. Narrows, Ky. op Blood in Hed.Nujiiiness op Hands, Akms & Feet. Belch-1- 0 Fullness by Z. Wayne Griffin & Uro druggist up Gas. Bloating op .Stomach apteu Food is Taken, Iiireoulaii Aite-.-it- r. and Rcnlrow Bros., Narrows! Ky. Heaktuoun. Dimness of Vision. Dizziness upon Suddenly Gettino NAUSEA DlSPONDENOV OP PllEONANT WOMEN. Ul'. SUKIOCATINO SfcNSATIOSS. "Hon Iu ('lire nil SUI11 lllaonHra." Haroits 011 APTEit Katino. VcitTiao". Yellow THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Simply apply "Swayne's Oint- PcrtspntATio.v. Femald Complaints. Bad Colds. Jaundice. Deficiency of so Common to Backaches " No internal medicine ttquir Mothers. Flatulencv. Loss op Appetite. Pains & Aches ih Joints. Write to T. S. Qcimcev, ment Feulinos Down tiif. Back. Limbs Feel too Heavy. Champ Colic ed Ones tetter, eczemn, ttrb, a! i"ii:llyD.iy & Haissii Drawer ISO, Chicago, Secre:;:.i Bilious PEVCia. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness. &c liav tary of tbe Star Accident eruptions on the lace. r.O'-e-. Du rr.sTATio r op Fuod- .- Spddev Flushes op Heat General DEnaiTY. Fret- ng the ,si:in clear, white and Company, for Information NERVOUS DEPRESSION OK TllIED OP TeUTIIINJJ ClltLDKEN. DlSpr.PSIA, regarding Accident InsurIt.sgteat healing and rurative powers WOME-V- . rNPI.EAsVNrDltEAMS.-rSpnTINDiah- UP op Food Afteu Eatino. ance. Mention this paper. possessed ty no other remedy. lie ::u e. or CiiiLixir. ., i:r Removing the C'ai an, Gnawino Sensations inStom-aci- l Sy so doing you can save sk your diugi.sl lor Swwnh's Purri.NEs) i; 1i.k Rinos Under tub Eves. That ItEsrLEss "Out of membership fee. lias paid over 000.000 00 I01 ,14 lyr touTs," Not Sick ami t7ot Welt, Feelino. so Common with Oiktmhnt accidental injuries. 'koplb. It Biilds up Wlak&Deuilt tated Mothers and Fatiiers& Pale and De your own Agent. .'CNFr.r.BLED Ciin.ni:- v, nv Perfectly tiir Aciionof the Kidneys, Liveii, .Stomach asPu.veis, i that all roou taken is naturally assimilated. P. I' Sutlieilaiid Mtd Co : MO UKDICAT, EXAMINATION REQUIRED C'.p.nts- :- I mite this letter Uc.uv 0, F, SIMMONS MEDICINE CO,, Props., ST. LOUIS. M0. I ulievo jou h .ve nde ducoury in a rough, cold, throat ond lung t cm I eilj that the people ought to have a R.I.P.A-N.laaaaaa teltr to Dr lull's Pine Tn' Honey I li v thoroughly tested it nnrl Lnow Tho iviiKon iu pays 1 Ijmzwgy I I' run wi.r.dertul merits opewhoevtr nedga ieiiid ! THE ,'i REGULATE THE lt-,1 expcil-encI Sho camo with Halliday In a miser-abl- o hired couiw and sho woro only a low inexpensive llowcrs. Hut I could not help remarking, as did every ono else, how well Vivian nnd Halliday looked together. Well, I supposo I was looking very dejected when Alsbury found mo, but I had reason. Ho laughed nt mo nnd told mo that I must expect somo reverses, that I could not hojw to carry off such a prlzo by ono triumphant sweep; why, it was worth somo few defeats to win such n girl ns Vivian, and ho prophesied that nil would como right. I had great faith in Alsbury's good judgment, . Ho knew tho world better than I, nnd I could depend upou his observations. Out to mo there was a look of most discouraging content upon Vivian's fneo when sho danced nnd chatted with Halliday, and tho total absorption In him which sho displayed did not seem to indicato that any thought of mo had any placo In her life. So I grow desperate. What man of 20 would not, Hun. J. Kilwln Itowb, Attorney Otvcntbnro. .!. V. niack, Jnllor Hurlfonl. U. 11. Likens, Clerk Hnrtlotd. H. I). Hingo, Master Commissioner HitrHortl. O. U Lll:eii, TruMce Jury Fund IS -- KatJSW tTaiaaaaaX f J OtH Mil ?- Ilnrlfmil. Cnl. P. Kcown, ShcrWr Ifnrtfonl. Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford Joe llobcrls, Fordevllle; Tlios. It. Bishop, Ccntcrlown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday ' In March and August nnd continues three weeks, nnd third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COl'MT. ' j I - Put vmir F 001 In It IUU I Cnstorln. la Dr. Samuel John P. Morton. Judge Unrtlonl. I). M. Hockcr, Clerk Hnrtlonl. E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes each nionlli. QUAitrr.m.Y first Monday in Begins on the third Moiulnv in January, April, July mid October. COURT Or CLAIMS. Convenes first Momlny in January, and Tuesday after the Fourth Monday iu Octeber count. Millions of Mothers. Castorlu destroys Worms and allays fovcrl.shncss. Castorlu prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorlu relieves teething troubles, cures const Iput Ion and flatulency. Castorlu assimilates tho food, regulates tlio stomach nnd bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cns-tor- la Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. . riteher'n prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, lUorpliIno nor other Nnroollc Mibstiineo. It Is a harmless niibstltuto for rnregorlc, Drops, Soothing Syrups, nnd Castor OH. It is rienxant. Its gunrituteo Is thirty jours' uso ly when you buy inferior soap instead of the genuine Claibette cleaning. Sold everywhere. iXD0Q00OQCO0OOCQ00roaXX The favorite of every woman who ever used it cither in the laundry or for all around the house Made only by ST. LOUIS. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Soar Castoria. Castoria. " Cflstotla Is aoncll adapted tochltdren that t recommend it ai superior to any prescription Luown to me." It. A. AncnrR. M. I)., ' III So. Oilotd ht., UrooUjn, N. V. "Ca.lorla li an cccllnt medicine for children. Mother hate repeatedly told me of 111 Eood effect upon their children." An glegant a- mm - away pit-sen- ili? Ophostered- Mahogany parlor Salt. t and everybody Somebody will get this mngni'fucnt wlin makes a purchase ot fjor over will have a chance to get itl the drawing t. be held J.immry 1, 189G, before n comnnttte ol Owens-boto'- s teprcfcntatlvc citizens, nt the umwmmgiamsgiBsziisssssss LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HDUSE When A it J 111 . ' 1 9i 1 1 . . compute line nl Ueb Room, Kitchen. I'nrlor, Oflice, Dining Kooni Vecanell I'tituitutc with Triers lower tlmn ever lit lore. lor the fame ptice, which will jnu a bid ruoni stt .or ?lo 50, or a These, howeer, aic juit make j on (eel good every time jou look tit it. samples ol our titiequaled ba.1gutns.0f which we hive nn itninensfliou.se lull The firest Sine ol pntlor Mills, l'loor nnd fwirgirg Kackits, Drslts and Hook cases ever in OwiiiMkim COURTHOUS and UHliKAl. TR15AT-MI-NPAIR nnd HONIiST Duillfg. STYLISH nnd Well Made Goods. The V15RY LOWIJST Prices': nnd comes to ftarrntcire we are in the Iead. w TOUISVILLK KURNITUHE HOUiSK, U.S. WOLF, 112 W. Main, Owcnssboro. BWur9Mt4mm -.- 1 g. "Bread is the Staff of Life: in Everty can TlltRirORt IIWXITCOOB. . g - . BAK1NO POWDOK WILL BE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND D TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU TREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LCADINQ GROCERIES. Vox Mile lit I, R or ballard'S ouelisk Stevens IL.ttlnul. Ky l, 1 ... . She vJ&me ot lhe exi $1.00 FOE fOBxfc PH0T0GEAPH. v th-v- SUIT o,J!!TE8 Wil li STATES & W ''"-ft m , . , fi, i, x. Oi L ( ma mm. T Aniiouiictd 111 r"r T T t T s Npvcmbrr 1,1800. XT' 1 Ic-- 1 c, I'ulil'c intercut uill eieadily irctrate, mill tho iliiuiKiintment ol the. under tuiued the Hcalenil llin lut ulecti'in, with the men ulno exlensely the uiluiiiiirtriiii'in they elecied, will make the campaign the exciting 111 ilie hUinry ot the ciuniry it ni'-e- l lit THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, The leading Hepublicau family newspaper nil lhe political iiuwh ol tho d.iy, uiieicating til o! (lie United i. puny nlliliatini. Alfogfiiciiil nens in uttrtictivu futiii, tureigii ci rreepondence covering tha nt'tt8ol lhe world, an agricultural ilciinn incut teennd In nnno in the country, market repnrls which aru recusuizeil nuthorily, littciiialing short storiw, coiiiiilete in each numlipr, the creum ol tlio humnruus paperc, furcgn duiiustic, with their best cmiiic piciurtv, iHfhinn platen nnd ehib'irnletlo-tcriptiuint wumcii' uttire, with n vuiied mil nltmclivi! depiirtmeut of lituclmltl interest. The "New Ymk Weekly Tribune" U an ideal lamilf paper, with a circulation Wci than thai of any nihrr wiekly publication in Largo change are being lhe cminiry haiiul Irt'in Ihu nilico ot a daily. niHile in i's detail', Ipnding in five it gi eater litu nuj variety, and cpecully iimiu interest In tho women nud yiiung peoplo ol the limisclioM. A HPKCIAL CON I'll AC V enuhlin us to nfler this splendid journal nnd TilKUKPUULIUAN lor is to every Staled, will ub!ie!i American citizen hs" . ONE "YEAR is O (The regular subscription price ol tlio two pnppis 8ub.uriitiiim may begin at any time. Aifdrci-f- t 82,25) all milt l In lhe Oveu-wobke- d itism-LATis- 11 11 S It's TABULES 1 Business Br'mgcr""39561 to advertise it -; Ki)in 2, Tubune Building, New York Citj , and sample copy ol THK NliW YORK WHKK1.Y TKIBUN15 will be mailed to you. rMJaWir.MJV L HAitTKOLUJ litil'LllLlCAN, 355Ly- 3E3li2rtIOl3L, Geo. W. Bea u postal card, send it to U nte uiii name and acMri.ss 011 jag&Sf I STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. ItlPANS TAlll'LKM aro the r.t Mtdl. lutllEt.tlon, lllllsH.nri., da kn0wn llcadsfhr.Coa.tlpslloii, llj.pcp.la,Clirnl Vj.cnterr, OETcn.lve llrratb, and all rilera mt lliafttemacli, Uvcr and llswcU. Rlpans Tsbufes couUIn nothlnff Injurious to tba uo.1 dsltrato roa.tltutlon. Aro t.lraunt to relief Uss, ssfe, effectual, and trlrs Immudbtoordered lTlco-- 40 bos. Mr b cenu through cejirtitdnJifgUt, or bjr umlU Samjila Tlsl. 10 cenls. AddreM THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., 19 tntccE dtreet, new yohk crrr. j litcrTriubUlUilBrlIa4Cttmslilii, dU. fr l.i.s hhouid kir.il itvtr he vtuhifUt bottlf ol Dr Re Pa Pint Jkhhy M.Poktuii l'ar Honey. Glass mill Q'ieenr.H.iro. Ky PrtilucliHh Ian, 15 1895 hor .s.ile t 7. Wayne UnflituSiRio (liugtbt. nnd Renirow lliu.s . Nir rows, Ky. 1 , H ART r OHO REPUBLICAN ssm Vin,7'K.ii-t:nxnrma-rzrmiij- . lr jsBxsvjisgar zz&zmEasxtsBSsurtmxi' J?t9&e,i29 fS?-- 1 is Because THE REPUBLICAN' Roadies the People ZVtfWMi: ' '.-- 3 II ?5& - ...l t.YjjiAfi.ii.xja-i.- iysx) v ,.&.. j.s .rrcrji3 $Wift3?.i,Jj? es.etxt tfSP922 ftWWacxt..st;o j) taioav.j ss.3 ; 'PUIUfr-X- 1 llltt 1 I lie,.td Dr Be Ps P ne Tar lion ey fot s tie nt the Stor rl Messrs Giniitb' tug. G 1111, Burnt tt & Co'-- . Ill HtiiltU'ttlrg nii.pycouiirenilatloi s Irom diflerent peiS' ns ol its wii.i'cr lul Mietits, I thought I wott'il Uy a bottle I hnve been stil msly t fleeted lor 25 yearn wiih a cmch and pai'is In my side and b'enst tint were rnus. ing me a miserable Hie. I K cnt bun drids of dollars with iloctum and lor medicines, but tverything (ailed it ti' It I tried this wondtrlul icmedv beats the world n d saved my "tie. I recommend Dr Hell's Pine Thr llonev to eerybody with weak lungs. It is a gre?t success. J H Koski.L. 1 1 1 It was Munsey's that made the ten cent magazine possible; it was Mtmsey's that denounced the robber prices and put magazines into the hands of the people at a right price all news stands at 10 cunts a ' copy; ycurly subscription, $1.00. On i m m m W4t 1 "j (MmmtmmMU IW-f.aWllMMBH WWUV For sale by 7. druggist, and Kenfrow Bros., rows, Ky. Mayo,i895. Grantsburg III WayneGuuin & Bro , Nar- FRANK A. MUNSEY, M 15 1 Fifth Ave,, New York. Children Cry for Just then occurred tho great wo Jwd. (Qiprnton reception, whlph Pltoher's Castoria. msssm Represent- ed ty QAKSOIT & GQ