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Af AUd'Ai rt Wiiin1 ft rtitmUt$ I iIm i CI il U ii t t tilf rtTi HO OflA S j Ramdrd OFFICIAL IRCAr 5: REPUBLICAN KregulajoraS, 1896. r iiMiUUfrw &W Jjf vol. via. '"Tor vl Av Ugi.lWI irniv ;n"jOURiK cqkgbcssickal mm, HARTFORD, KY., fill DA Y.MARCH 6, ptomaines, or cadaveric uiKalolds. They nro produced NO. 32. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST a5SS&. MAW MObl vJJ -- I H Kk &' 33 $ !tffi mS3 iPirik Sv A. r tffnlP 1 PS VjUS decoyj from nlbumtnokr-substiinocbjttlio influenco of putro-fadiv- o 8 fciGBS3VU3P w ms- -' u very'markoil resemblance. In many ways touho class of substanco known ns vogjjjtablo alkalo'ub both la general charabtor and chemlcai belK-a- r Unfortunately they pHyy Baking 4BSLl,)TEE. FOR THE HOUSEKEEPERS. Highest of all in Leavening Tower. SPRING MEDHE j XX 0) T2E3CES 3L.33-A.3- 3. havior. AboutjGO separate ptomaines nro already blown. Some of them aro intensely prisonous, whilo others aro inert." f It will readily bo seen that tho over-confide- r?EJDE . uivitianxinoMflnj Li 0 0 aHiasgei' --- '.i .,.-.- . p-- 0' i 0 0 Ml 0 u ft, I Hi o CO IOO DF'ear cent, tli DEaciacasOaacLosjt;. WHITE FOIi CATALOG U iV upon for an examination ns to tho presence of poison in tho body of n person who has met death by unfair means may oven in good faith run across theso cadaveric alkaloids and immediately jump to tho conclusion that poison has been administered. All of his tests point that way, everything indicates tho presence of tho buspectcd druj;. Of course, under such circumstaiiccs tho prisoner's denial or previous good character counts for nothing in fact, is rather against the ictim than otherwise, as showing n degree of depravity wholly undreamed of. Theso facts go to tho jury, nnd tho death sentenco follows as a natural sequence. If chemical fecienco keeps on it will soon becomo very difllcult to securo tho conviction of poisoners on chemical analyses or tests. Bo this as it may, It is much better to let Half a dozen suspected persons go frco than to add to ono murder by another, even though tho latter bo demanded and justified by testimony and tho machinery of tho law. Ons Drawback. chmlst who is called stirring two Boll without cupfuls of sugar, two tablcspoonfuls of water and butter tho sizo of an egg until a portion hardens when dropped into cold Butter-Scotc- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from THlGEO.DELKER n.. MANUFACTURES, srsaaJy iwjfft r'j"-- - .' -- t rrMJUIIiruniTM-.WI"- .' ' " Jn..iianjmrri"ii, S: m m virrT7rereBnSOTCTrrTBagraiig2Ttcrral Tiis Lexington Eosiness College, A cDaeosoeaoaofiosucsozfliioae. eFeeS m o EXPERT TESTIMONY. Showing That It Is by No Means Infall.bb. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing in the abstract, but when this limited understanding is applied to chemistry it becomes a thousandfold more dangerous. Whoever has taken interest in murder trials or tho investigation of chemWal tests of any sort, will readily recall many instances whero conviction for murder has rested on tho chemists' examinations. If thero is iv motivo for tho crime, or, indeed, if thero is nono that can bo discovered, tho mere presence of somo poison in tho stomach and bowels is taken as evidenco of a dclibcrato intent to kill. Tho toxicologist hu3 gono deeper o into tho subject than tho mcro of things, and ha3 discovered that tho human system is a great laboratory of poisous. Given a perfectly healthy person, fed upon food and water that nro absolutely puro and allowed to breatho only tho purest nir, yet chemical analysis reveals tho most activo poisons of various sorts in tho system. It is in view of this fact that tho chemist who has gouo far enough iu liis profession, to bo nblo to mako tests for various poisons becomes a veritable messenger of dcatli to a suspected criminal. Ho finds traces of poison; ho may call in another chemist, whoso findings will coincido with his own. This is called expert testimony, and tho possibly innocent prisoner is convicted of murder. Nqw, as a matter of fact, precisely tho samo tests givo tho samo Facts sur-fac- There's no such thing in this lifoas completo satisfaction. If a man has no money ho is miserable, and if ho has lots of it it is next to impossiblo to Invest it remuneratively. Thero is no business which is sure to pay, not oven tho business of stealing; but that's becauso thero aro so many persons in it, nnd there would bo many more in it If tho pcnltcutiary did not prevent it from being open to everybody, and so bo utterly ruined. Boston Transcript. Creating a Peer. When peers aro created in Great Britain a ring is used during tho ceremony of investiture. A Physician's water. Pour into buttered tins. Housekeeper. Welsh Pudding. Lot one-hapound of flno butter melt gently, beat with It tho yolks of eight and whites of four eggs, mix in six ounces of loat sugar and the grated rind of a lemon. Put a pas-t- into a dish for turning out, and pour tho abovo in, and nicely bako it. Liverpool Mercury. Threo cupfuls Maplo Caramels. of maple sugar, or maplo sirup, ono cupful of cream, butter tho sizo of on. egg; flavor with vanilla. Boll till, thick. Just as you take it off the stove add a pinch of soda and stir, briskly, pour into buttered pans and when cool cut Into squares. Housekeeper. Baked Celery and Cheeso Uso tho outsido stalks of celery. Two cupfuls of celery cut grated cheese, small, of butter or poultry fat, half-cu- p gravy, a little salt or pepper. Tho celery should bo in pieces nn inch long and split to look liko macaroni. Boil ten minutes in water. Drain, mix in tho cheese, butter, pepper and salt, and bake. Basto with spoonfuls of meat gravy, which.1 can bo taken from tho duck. Chilf Ital-ienn- e. half-cupfhalf-cupf- cago Record. Dishes should bo arranged for washing in tho following order: Glass, silver, cups and saucers, plates, and other dishes. Wash tho cleanest' first and only a few at a time. Two pans, ono for washing and ono for rinsing, should boused. Plates should! bo well scraped before washing, andi dish rags and towels kept very clean! a a o u v Badge. M iToday V.c A c o o D Down to tho ICth century every physician in Burope wora a ring as a badge of his profession. mi'i l.liiii)I(inlli. H Mr Dili nm tiro 'ii of 34 Mill St , Snutli ftr.rrlaer. Mass . was told bv tin1 doctors Ills sou l'arl I.nnjf trout If Ifdioulni' Tvplinul, M.Uaria, and !' jk nt three !u ndrtrt mid ev-- e' fl 'In 141 1. 'Villi r'oct ns. who fiin'lv I'HW !imi up, mij trig: "Your bay wan t liv. it ontli " lie tried Dr. Kmi V New V:-- r lverv --.nd a lew bi'tli- -. i"i. ml In 10 itKh and I turn 10 : Mirk a j.erkctly urli mnti lit- sajs lie owes his pics-- e od iie.ilih tn list. nt Dr Kmg'3 NVi Di'covery, mid ktums it to be 111 !. ! Viiiifllii ccnous aL llit j 1isc3m-- s Railmenl-- U 9 ropcitedly. because jg (ollot ttifltngQ ulun n a ftjftia THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. i:ulorftrmrnl.-lirL- O ttUlirtt OtllrUIilio .ltfiiMl ly iifrriir ( ttie f uiu i t lie tniifftlilinit th lrvltlnl(farmy St ftinur olUci. k1u1 i:i'tMlUi;.M13U Il It WAS 3 Brown's Qstters ..- 2 !f ou ir wealc q tt t p mrally rx n lui btc'l iivrvous, q have no appetite u v d can't work, y tici,in at once tak p tut; ilie m "t reba 4$ ": Me itrrii.thcnine tj ICiti ttli, Wltlvll i3 Q .J.cnwi s Iron Bit- ri lkncri comes i.on i lie cry hm q lliltl(q tillVl Mllx u nml I liiAt u IU rveuraigu, uouuics, n u Constipation, Irnptuo Blood, 2 Alalart.i, Kcrvoin ailments S WomcnV. :on:p!aInts. o m IT CURES ... It S t'u le Iii- -l tile uoiM fir Lung troubTual llottlfs e at Williams & 1 1 lf.-c- n 4' Oft oilv i!i" V dcsmmte IiunUrnla tuiiium CliiinniUfif ilillnr Uuclit by Actual olliul 1((U.K l.l'IVU wli v iilirl trm 'iitt tntlnl)i ! k lrrllrr St 4iplnv. llrml of ltiilnr bouk rat Inn 1n rwr uti ut ! it ir nnt thai vxpcrifULoai ro- titfjtti.si n tun nit r to u'oni.n'.s 1. MIIIW i:X!(IStTltN' nil nr It 1 I rr ''iroWMCit ll by MiCiLCI tice'icstsctseECi-cccccct- imlieni nn' e h crojcd red A r '0R:, MB. c!l . Drtij; Slorc 3 " nli nil. taut lit In ttil t ollffif, mil I nilirini-n- t ti tt.r hraat UU 1 an mrt rt porter j, (rum tLo autlion V PiPaTtmfnt 1111 'fiaiit DiniMt ti T4 an It titm raliMay and niipanti Tito Only School In lm a t Wurlil .(('rutlnp tUiNM)t mrlito Hallway )atetu lor lite uittn f It trni o( "Am-ti- lllalicat prtmint t Hiii tMiit tii TCl.l.lt ..... Wc will lutntili jou the Daily and Sutid.iy Cumier Journal itiul I'm: ki: I'lliMC N for ono jear I r ?S 13 TlO 111 iM)imtii i'i;CTiri i;tx:icIn all ilirirtim tit o Cln irl. 7A.OU.UU UiiMrnntro that our lill-t - rrw hImI r tin ti4 y nfuiuU'l 1 Irvaiil M.W Il.lH.NJ,nwiHf,r.t..l ami furnlhe.I hy u; tt mtvt tht rinlrnii nt four practical yptfmi InatrtictloiilyX'urMmf Heat t Irrtrlc MkIiI. ani Mot lal'a.pt rtH-- tentlUilim 1lnlirBtllulliHnu rrfctlv iHiilrpl lluftlntd 4lUh tree, dlri-lie Mm Hi. llltutrutiiH-Atali'tfic. i t:.tl.noUN. VrlQiIpal, lxlnctoii. Hr. 1 11 N na a Or as m, WIS if wi 1. r luini'Ts hive Iwtri ploi corn and burning plant beds Mr Hen Gr.ie, who has btcn sick lor o'iie weeks, is lietter at present. M.upmI, at the residence of G W. I'lllonl iieir here I'e'Huirv 3 th, U 11 litMil, and sweet. Egg Puffs. Wliito of an egg beaten to a perfectly stiff froth; add an ounco and a half of powdered sugar, and beat again until perfectly stiff. Tako a very coars"o rag, sayi cheeso cloth, and strain this preparation through. Uso your ingenuity and vary tho design occasionally.) Set tho pan in a cold oven. Let1 theso puffs naturally dry out. Try theso delicious pastries. Farm and' Fireside. Egg3 . (Poached). Half fill a saucepan with water, add a llttlo vinegar and salt, and let it simmer; then break tho eggs separately in a a cup, put them into tho water, and boil threo minutes. Threo or four should only bo boiled at ono time, so as to insure them all being cooked to tbo samo degree. Wlicn a quantity aro wanted, put thoso that aro dono into a basin of warm water while others aro preparing. Trim themi round and dish them upon buttered' toast, or, if for dinner, upon s.pinacb. They aro alsoservcd with veal gravy, clarified gravy, etc. Liverpool Mercury. A NEW PANE. Theatergoers Will No Longer Havo to Go Out Bstwecn the Acta. A nowly elected member of con-- i gress from the west has a cane that' will inaugurate a fashion. It looks) liko an ordinary cane, rather larger tlian is fashlonr.ble. But upon closo acquaintance tibero; aro somo peculiarities dovclopod that1 will servo to mako it very popuJar. By simply unscrewing tho head a llttlo tubo about tho sizo of a Strawi appears, and by placing this in tho mouth and meditatively resting the) lips against tho head of tho cano alL dcslro to go out botwecn tho acts is taken away and tho worst caso of thirst that over troubled a theatcr-- l goer can bo appealed. It is prob-- 1 oblo that tho cano habit will de-- l vclop a fad with attendants at thai theaters. gold-hcodc- d Itepii ll Ifiin Uenliicliy. Willi ijo I uiniiiriiient Kentucky will be in the liiture n kepublicnn Stit' I hi- - piiiii'i1 id Kentucky are by hcrcditi y lnslirct for sound money and it proiictivi t nil Notning hits occurred to wm leu that instinct in them, but it lor n time obscured by the exiti'itient ot our great civil tifisittd struggle nnd the prt judlc-by the neccysary rr.idjuttiient I illow-itt- g the oveitiiow "f the slave system. Kentucky occupies gciigriplur.illy y atetitr.il pttion in 1I11 Utunn is n medium heluien IUr intf rtsts me iK'Uiid up in the unity ol the cotintrv, and the d sppMliu ol her psupir is t) he moderate and jcuot'iilile nnd st.tnd as atbitr.itots ami I the Republican The line pi'and wuii the patty disposition ol l't-- r pcnnlr nnd now that the pnssioiis nnd prtjtidifejjrnw. ing out ul t iir ctvil sttunple have weakened it will - rnv and natural lor hir ) eopV to nuiitiUiiii the stand of those they h tnlcn 111 liimcip.ils thht iccoid wilh their ami thiTi hetiditary fisposition Il would lit-- most unlortun ,te il individual ambition" and men pvion al and selfish iMitMnonistus should in- tetvenetocl 1' and rVl,i the course ot fieiiii vhich '. hringinii Kintucky into ftt'l ,jiupiitli with Republican ideas Kenluck ltn- - spnVeti once in Rtpubiican btato. Individ- Jior-ual.s vhi.se unwisdom, or selliihuess, or spiles, or tever.ges prevent its first dpcljiatioii lor Kt pubitcuiism biing foi'oned immediately b another are birtling t'ouli e ni.d disus'ir for theiusehts. The Couiiuirci.il wants to see the Repiibltc.ui patty glow nnd prosper ii Keutucky, b cause it v s that an aliiittiislr.itton ol her allaiis on Repu ilican ideas will be go-ilor the Stile and the people, an it does not cate one ivhit lor riny.imii. vicinal Republican whiiallows personal atiibilions or enmities to lead him to icnoie what is lor the good and adK vancement ol the p irty. wi IsSIMAONS LlVCR REGULATOR. Loli't forget to take it. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your I ivti. A sluggish Liver brings on Alahn.i, and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the constitution and ' reck health. Don't forget the word RLGULATOR. It U SIMMONS LlVrR RLGULATOR you want. The Cord Rfcfl' ULATOR distinguishes it from all other And, beside this, Sl.MMONa remedies. I.IVLR RUGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps it properly at work, that y mr system may be kept In good condition. TOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best hood Try it and ole purifier and corrector. Look for the Rbl) the difference. You wont find It o 1 on every package. anv other medicine, and the is no ptl , Liv- remedy like SIMMONS I . Kingof LI crKi.nx ATOU-t- he 15.' ur vou pet it. . tb Co., riilluilolplilM. J. H. rUuFRSSlONAJ. CAJW. n L AOWKNSBOKO, KY. R WV E Bank of , anpcli-ninlic.ill- iii Will practice his proietfion in Davicra und ailjoining ci.uiiliis. Spiciul atOflice, tention given to collections. tint-ur.- tl I'ominerce Building. f iin.N. 4;leiin, J.S.II. MflllllllK. - inlrtt LAWYERS, (Otlif.,nrrAndiron'ii lHKnitr ) Will practice their profession in ai. the con rts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. GLENN & WEDDING, ILVKTFOKD. KY. ie hi-t- orj piIY j TaracG k. Sm.itli, T AW IIAIIIIOKII, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. collection?. Bquaro. X Spfciul attention given t .Oflice east side ot pur.'i" f j M. L. llEAvniN. Attorneys at Law HARTBORD, KY. HEAVRIi & SiihiBY Taylor. TAYLOR, Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Oflice, next door to Bank ot Hartfoid. 1 Attorney at Law. iJeavkh Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Hahtforo, rr.'i- - fill.. W ill practice his profession in all 'end jour iimliess to If Ji Ducti- the conns ot Ohio and adjoining le: i"5r 1 o . Chicago, and get a free counties. Also Notary Public. Kiiis'ri Niw Life (Minpii box ot Dr Oiiico, in Commercial Hotel. P'lls. Atrial will convince joitol riicje pitls itre easy in tlnir ltiiiil.s aetioa .md are juit'CiiUily illectivc nnd Sick 111 the cine ol Consiipition nr Malaria and Liver Headiiche Attorney at Law, Ky. IL R. WEDDING W. H,, BARIMES UW 1 troublei thiv have bienpioved invalHartford, Ky. They hw gtnraiilted to ba uable practico his profeseion in all dclittnous WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining perftctty Iree from ev.-rvegctnole. counties substance and to be pttiely ami Court at Appeals. SpecThty do not wtaken by iheir acltott, ial attention given to vol lections. Oflice next door below Commcri guuu' U'i'.e to the stomach invuoratethe sys- cial Hotel. and boels ! f&THIO .Regular sue 25c per box. tem Sold by Williams i; Hell Diuggist Attokxey lections a specialty. swan izsa c ELECTRIC TEIEPKQHE tr. j lionn leucfl frldoiiTrUit. non nt n oiolty . laftM Nieflr.1 In ?try o( i. Vnl Umitrv Qruu'Mlcon0n Kh ; ilUt i V$,?lu- VV .liKivw in h lib ii tm'lltatiinl.r Otin 111 U nit ' ftinl mi ir I" lnniHlh-.nrrmTIM it n 'i . toy- in 1 . i t t .1 inmiTP 'lim" wh 1 1 1 P. Harrison nnlM urii rnon n tun, laum nnny mnVrr Co .CtorX ID, Can Ik runiK lio n I'lintltu ut IFMItll II up i I any one, n iu Writ. Columbut, . Mlltll Ilin woika rt j ly for kll . . "Ii JKfK.V. .!!. . .AJ . WE HAVE NO AGENTS vi.r-- ' 6S2SS- &- IV. U I'nATT, Bc. J-- i. consnuirr ut wtiotisali) p tin hhliiaDjnlivrotur t xuiiunniiuu uuioru sail. l.vi rylbliiK warrnulrd lOUittyliMorCiirrliiKv.. IIO.IylKkurlliirnr... 11 lvlt ICIillnif Huddle Wrlio rnr 1 11 Hioiruu. ELKHART.,, Cirrl;no & Hirneii Mlg. Co. Elklurt, Ind. 'EESS TASTELESS m m a if38??? HI L ra EEdSSI r ta w EKS2S s ; ffiC. -- as iDr.?.. Eye, Ear, am er - El'rCIA'.IY' 1 LM 8 1 &A osrt "1 t ' l rot, i ? hVVN OlTn:e 1 vn.r.i: ' INI). 16 IJ,. . i$m THE QUICKEST tTWEBH cat t tA,liLa.,:."OT.lc,; I'VH MwlKiia - m . hi IdUi.i 1, Mo. u bot.l i ' r (J allomun Ini j our. (II.OVU'M ').Hll.I..-- 3 U11IU. TOMO pnd 1. . UiiiMlitlErr. rmM n'wialy tiilu)(nr. InplU r II yuin.. in tbti i nut bu.lnowt I . in'ritifw nin tlii.'. i. in- - mm ut.lraiM i . vl Mv.r l KcIioj u yuut 'iuuk. wi iCO. ist 1 il mini" ft I tli For ml VARRAMTED. la.SUtiTAaCCODrORADULVl IWCi-rOf- . nl jiniafjiB Direct Conni(l4m 'ur av Trails-Mar- lti" foil IsVlTirl Howe to Mrs Villi mi Ku'ainrd, Ki'v. GroreeTulord olTicuit-ins- . We wish them n h ipny and prosperous life Mis Annie Wont! and ,sti7i Rtis-i- l, vi- -, t I lirt piten'h near bmrfllhoust.-las-t week. Mtirib Ctmrlic Sturgeon and Ciar-enMonis lift for a tup to Iivani-vi- lli Inst wick results in certain administered poisMis. Meitic liowe who is attend ng ons and thoso which aro worked out s?luo' lirie visited her puetUS Sittir by tho complicated and versatllo chemical machinery of tho human day week. liissOyi Hu.ik-- is vi.itln Mrs system. Who shall say how many men havo G. A Ciselmr. Mr D A lliil.nl r.euhtre, lsquite died victims of tho testimony of tho expert? Prof. William B. MoVcy, in sick. ono of his admirablo articles, makes Mr Li Ticlicnnr, wile and tho following statement: attended the funeral of Mrs Is a collection of "Tho human body Tiiuiuas (iidrr'i. il uiijhtttr, who was cells, which, when undisturbed, work in what is called a normal condition. burnt to I'iMtli. I'tiriuy moinitig with the house ami most alt Each cell changes its environments Itself nnd tho products of its the contents into Miss Ctnthu White, I'rondence. Wo livo, therefore, by secrnta. means of chemical ferments, each visttul htr patents 1', M White Inst cell or group of cells supplying its week l. U W special functions. "Interruption of this work proIlefoieyou try anything Hse for the duces disease Tho methods of many bloid tnke Siiiunoiis Liver Ueiiulidor, of tho pathogenic bacteria aro duo to ItUthcbwtlilonluiwHcInc tho production of this form of poison, it r the Unt Imr iinmly. lljour and as It is found to e.lst In a dead liv r m u tiw nnd at work the blood body it has received tho namo will b. llit list Simmons I.ivei ptomaines. All putrefaction Is now ReKUirilm tla b'St .Spfloii met' lthought to bo duo to tho action of 1111 I till in Meuils it tllty want bactoria. Tho results of tho growth 10 enjoy ne.iuu and ii.iuiiiiw iiiuy of bacteria form a very complex class otiRlit to tU.Su..u.ons Liver Regulv k W Smith, Mcintosh of substances which aro Luowikus rr'-M- i8 i . ,, cf 1 nivertobewillitigto live Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio nod adjoining counties. we hvidlhehist ore tnv be things Careful attention willhis given to nl NooiieisbUiviiigalttrthe belt hueiuess entrusted to Col care. We ought Nlilio l.ir IniliKivi'iiifil just as HARTFORD, atKY.Law, Oflico who is not intended 011 RtiupwnulJiid cuntinuilly. a forward movemetit TlierircnliT nii'venunt is csienlial, too the y.olrg aiourd nnd mound in tlietild groo'.ttt liil tusks, jitevin in thN trci'iiinll rout.d theie should beco.istunt prore. We ought to . o the aame tilings better eich day Then. n the niidt ol the outwaid routlnv .'iir iiiner life ought to be growing ri eunesliies, in loice ta depth J K. Miil--1 J with tho county Attorney. Also Notary Public j, E3. 3E. Attorney) (County 3NT3E3-A.31- Attorney atKY. JCaw, HAUTFOUD, Wfll practico his profession in the Courts ol Ohio nnd adjoining counties Special attention given to collections. Oiico iu Courthouse. Miwy .uil"i4on Orrl Iuim l'rliii'd - I , ' r1in1ir in thnlr tlttlir. tiff repeatedly belntr m.ie e to Mary An- derson de, Navarro tc return to the stnge. writes IMwaM W. HokiuMarch Lades- - Home Toum, but she turns AAIh-II . ,l,, 4, Mirtiii I tUI MIL 1U lllkllt al I i ' , Htllv till I lllfit' ltuu ''' j ...1 Q U LOSS . i nnd Manly OF POtff ES? Vigor, Nervous De- "rTu.""" 1 etaciHffAft ' and the cast. Arkansas, Direct ConpwtluM for ' all 1'olnU 1 iMIcslssljipl, Lonlslnn.i, Tcmis, OklaliumR, anil California. jiemoto from aibrneton. bend model. draHlo or photo., with deacrlp-- ? lion. We adwse, i( pttentabl. or not, fre. of fclutrire. Our fee not dua till oattnt U lecured. A Phphiit, " How to Obtain raltotV with rcoti vi miuub in ins u. o. nnu lorcisn counuie. AdJasa, icnt free. '! mooiratc rttl. Soun Ornct is OppatiTt U, 8. PtTiNTOirict iani wocaniruro paunim Icm luno toia thow i Caveats, and (enibiuncuconuucieaior obtained and all Put-- ; bility, l'aialjilu, or 1'aUy, WoaKnoMj oud nuatlng la Drains unou tho syuUm, mule-In- n in limitless of incntui 1'ji Impaired Memory, Ix7 Ale.io, OMimufj. irt C.A. iJVWW XXsWmt orp. nt orrict. Wa.hinqtoh. d. c PATE 'VVWWWVWWVWVt FAST TFMG LIMITED TRAINS. I'UUUAJ EVFFET SLEEPERS. ll.v Wiitc fur liifotinatliin to the umtrtt agrut pI , tliciup.-akcOhio & Suulhwutern R. U. jo ' em . 1 s. a, Jwtigr LOUISVILLE. KY. HATCH, ' n tsr unuttii bj by tunu fc Iee In nltneiil liiao. It. itv Tihlalrian h! ul iikin' oil. rim... v ,...- a. j..... : r II IP III UtIAIUI'KA i .1!.. i. I II. ...i zr:.' I WH r -All.f JI utiiitM n ilillniM fm I. Si.timi rni i iMauiitit.iriiniizin'i li' ,itii my Ij lititnliliwlt. 1h"lli mi ft ' PATIENTS TfiBATED DY MAII. U ..-- 7 I II V i FA TFOBKS.K,cc nUu 1 no rvvnci) far irulira r addreaj vlll ii.r,i ninim'i.. U"jj To tlielrrillnouaconaeipicnctii. and nitoi-oMiireach, and unfortunaUa to Iienltli 1. tho aim of an assiKi- atlon ot modical gentlemen who havo prepared a book, written In plain but cuastfl laniruago, trcatliiff of tlio nature, aymptoina and curability, by liomo treatment, of uch diseases. 'Die WprHii DUnenurr Medical Atiocl.itlon, 1'roiirli.torii ot tli. luYaliil' Hotel sndHurgleal Institute, UulTalo, N. Y., will.on receipt of thW notlco, with 10 conU (In .tampa for postup) iiiail. scaled in plain envelope, copy of tliU unci ul book. It should bo road by every youaj man, parent and guardian tn tho loud. fear of impenditiK calamity, and n thousand and ono ill of luth UkIv und mind result from pernicious seercC practlccii, orton iiiuiugui in ur the younu, through Ignoraneu of nutce-nients The iU' etiiitf by Rev J. C Crau tur pitor, ns sUtcd by Rev W. U. Hll, ot CiWtraJ jjtli't l)jo City, clo.ed Wis'iifdav Criig wns nlM ,wiiy Hiii'ay riigl 't on the nccount ol tlio sinous lllur s ..I IIIO ,.,11. Ul l.lo ITIIS, Tne ot.li.iatnui ol llni. I) V, V at. tin ah wag liu'.t finitely postpuued, istnucrs uie busy sowing tmVs and burning lobicco beds .An-11Mise Ad 1 Puke, Matticr I, Griithv iiml Mabel Duhom rein Jin( last week. Misses M v id Ma Omy, IX wiess count! n " 0' mud by lbj 5h?p. b ar'.-i'' . i itel irlMK" sand a .1 . ' ' eondiute! at Co nor vcrtures ca me to her from iUi Aiuencan man. vgt r which itiBiueil Mlt. ,vou,,, u)tueilt to KIW , . . . initio III HIC MIT' '"1 a ""ii ...w.. . .va..le.int..i.MPP'o..b!e.ind will delTher.. were x lifiitw in the nmout.c as .uuc li Mm dlatid and tin fin t liuu.ew.isrqu ,1 rtroy one's u;iiil.a gmte Atl a Sl'ilhllll, ll.iuiiy. unshimu uuuv. 10 I he total uuir ber of numerals in whole amou it. I1.1t it had neffiret HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. way irom it V .on Uw boelmpid Mi. e isily and without an tJiort Is prepared to do any and all kinds Trices most of Dental Operations. hesi.l "1 am Ul rough wit'i Hie Wlien Baby was elcV, cw her CaitorU. Office over Williams & reasonable. iai ' tid that w.s ll CUUJ, lie crlcsl for Cftstorls. When alia it aj a Dell's Drug Store sho clung to Caatorla. Vitalied uir or laughing air Cry Tor When .ho bocamo MUs, h gai)thm Cartorla. ministered for pniuksa extraction ad Children When ah. ha4 CblldrDii, of fcUtIimr , Theie is a lauieEs" of mind as well HAUTFOUD, KY. 111001111 its 01' the body. People lo.it attention igiveu to col vveJl as phvsioallv. One is to be SPECIAL making abstracts, &c, as dtspue quite lis much as the other ulso Notary Ptiblio for Ohio County. Tho ma) or boy w hit sits about on Oflico North siilo of public spure. Mreet potiem and .11 Mote telling 1:0 mo,e a social nuisance idle tola. Htnn he who .Inwdlisi.ver his studies -- r dreams awav the hours r. wool- . . . I, ..!.! ......ilmrpil 111 ! which (.rainerin. ...l.tAl. phui.iu v...w..v. ... and tlut.Uinsr about these- filaimini! ol life. The mind riouc probli-ni- s sJiould quite as tiUl.lly to di.s. lllllu. the l.ol : lor nn aimless, 1 LnzlnrnH il Mlnil. Attorney at Law JNO. B. WILSON, J. R. PiRTLE DENTIST Pitcher's Castoria, eeth -- STKmorlcan Sto am LaurKl Hull Iu NiiiiiIi 11 mini. Hot water is the best tluiigthat can PllIXCCTO K, II v.. t,e used lor a sprain or bruise, The work if any . l)n('S lllO (iu ..... . .. ..... . . . Tho I wouiiuwl pitr. .siiotiiu oepuccu in Kuntueky, Intinilrv in ' .,rn hot as can be borne lor ten or n,.,li I ccd. work in nil gi m ran .;n. tniitfu nnd in utl ordinary aro uot torni n. humro leturii cased tliep tin will grndually disapgood cr.inlition. vi in pear. Hot water applied by means Laundry Sh' .tipod on Mon- ol cloths is 11 sovereign remedy lor OST IN QUANTITY. ' DESTINOUALIT ft 1 1 ...,.. i- W in WHITE'S GnEAM FOR SO YEARS tins lod all WORM Romodlos. day, rotun lo'd on P "itlny. rxfifSavo yii nr work for me, HlativeilKrelhisvvvek. Jq ikllk. Marvin IIARTKOIU), J Brandon, Agt. fv. neuinlghinud pleurisy. For burns or fcnlds apply cloths well saturated wUh COoi .dum water, keening them juitd pa.ts covered Horn the all. IEVTRY EOTUE G'JARHNTEED. HOI.ll HY AI.I, lir.tlUUUTII, rr..rl br RtciuHDioj atuiii'iic to., 8T. ion. -- .- - T mam u'tford Republican a. anii:bno.v... KVERV Rev. Fred Hulo and tho Owensbo-rMcescnger are still fighting. o HARDINSBURG. Items of Interest---Co- l" lege Colors Clover-po- rt Husbands. .....Editor. rUltUSHCD FRIDAY MORNING Friday, March 6, 1896 HooraKiRTs will bo worn lids spring by tho women, aud with them aud big slcovcs tlicro will be no placo in this world for tho pocr men. Subscription, $1.25 por year. Tin: Democratic party will bo tbo Peter Mahcr of next November's flgbt. Democrats would better wear tbclr warmest clothing. Tbo Olnoy boom haa been put on tbo road. Dn. W. Godfrey Hunter bas withdrawn from tbo Senatorial fight and has gone to Washington. Tiic Central City Republican has coniooutin a new dress, which improves its looks to a great extent. Hareinsuuru, Mar. 4. The Missouri Democrats are apparMr. W. C. Tmil, a leading young ently going to do their splitting be. Republlcun out at Balltown, was In forotho Chicago convention meets, our city Saturday. instead of after, as those elsewhere Rev. Massey, of the M. E. Church, will do. is holding a scries of revival meetings out at Hardin's schoolhousc in this A. C. Thomp-kin- s, county. He Is meeting with considof Daviess county, retains his Severable success In his meeting. scat in tho Legislature. The Populists eral have been converted. and a few Republicans voted in his The college students here are atfavor. tempting to introduce a college yell. There are fow Republicans, in They have been trying it on the Kentucky whoso names produce moro streets at night, but as yet it is poorweak and sickpleasure than Hon. John W, Lewis. ly developed, it seems ly, and unless the collegians put more He has fought tho battles of Repubwill die a licanism since early manhood, and hi vim into their whoop it e before his people withMadisonvillc BuslUr has been stands enlarged, and is now ono of the beet out a blemish on his character. He is country papers in the State, save its a trusted leader of whom his constitAt all times bis uents aro proud. politics. word bas been bis bond and his politMany predict that this will bo tbo ical opponents look upon him as a crowning year for dullness, and the leader in every sense. We would bo outlook at this time is most certainly glad to see our gallant Congressman that way. elected to tho high placo of United Kentucky Republicans cannot af States Senator. Ho is a good man ford to bo quarreling among theras for tho Republican caucus to unite selrcs. Stick together, gentlemen, by on, and should be enter the fight in earnest wo will surely have a Repuball means. lican Senator. We wish to nominate Ohio has the greatest number of John W. Lewis for United States New York is Senator to succeed tho Mogul of a 97,837. pensioners second, with 89,043; Pennsylvania free silverite, Jo C. S. Blackburn. next, with 89,378. .Noinliinllon are In Order. SuLniUR Springs, Ky., Mar. 3. Billy Whitney smiles nnd winks And now Mr. Editor I rise to put in hisolTeyo when anybody says anynomination for the office of Judge of thing about the silver Democrats not the Ohio Couty Court, a gentleman wishing him for a candidate. who has had vast aud varied experience in the affairs of this county, a Amono the bidders for tho $100, who bas always transacted 000,000 bond loan, there was one cd gentleman the business of the County I believe itor, and he only wanted $100,000. to the entire satisfaction of his conWhere were tho ninety and nine. Tun Carlisle took his nerve along when he went to New York to attend two banquets, or bo would not have said howas"onpublic business." Secretary Without having the exact we figures venture the assertion that every duck killed by Mr. Cleveland has cost the country more than its weight in gold. Fnou every quarter of Gov. Bradley's name is tioned in connection with tho PresiKentucky will give him a dency. solid delegation. will be able to devote his entire attention to the interests of tho Morgan syndicate, in the legitimate position as legal adviser, after March 4, '97. Carlisle Do not imagine that every man you meet with a long face is keeping Lent. Some of them have notes to meet, new twins at home, or other reasons for looking solemn. TnEPost-maater General should not fail to exhibit a photograph showing convicts making U. S. mail sacks, in the new postal museum at Washing ton. It's so Democratic, you know. the Globe being men- Secretry Sectetay Carlisle had nerve enough to give the Morgan syndicate .Senator A. I). Jniurn. $300,000 of government money; but Senator A. D. James was a passennot enough to tackle tho Senatorial ger yesterday on Conductor Cardwell's fight before the Kentucky Legisla- train from Russellville to his home, having been called thither by the sers ture. lous illness of his daughter. En The employes of the woolen mills route, the Senator expressed himself which have been driven into working as disgusted with politics, and the s time by the present turn which things have taken at only tarill law might certainly be excused Frankfort, and said that when his for eutcrtaining strong opinions about senatorial terra shall have ended he the holding up of tbo House tariff will hie him to the shades ot his own fig tree, and seek no more the ear of bill in the Senate. listening Senate to command. Inquirer. Ir that comet is determined to Bob Fitzaimmons the earth, it might, at By using Hall's Hair Renewergray, least, bavo mado the date for the faded, or discolored hair assumes the event March U, '97, instead of this natural color of youth, and grows luxyear. It would be a satisfaction to uriant and strong, pleasing everyknow that this country would end its body. two-thirdOw-ensb- oro stituency, a gentleman than whom there is not one more geniel affiable and warm hearted within the realm, one who is, we think, the peer of any man within our borders. The gentleman to whom I refer has been a member of the court for a longer period than any of the present members with may be one exception. His experience is of long standing, his knowledge of county affairs sublime, he is a gentleman whom the voters of his acquaintance would delight to honor, and a gentleman whom the voters of Ohio county in honoring would honor themselves. The gentleman to whon I refer has proved himself to be very discreet snd successful in the management of his own private affairs, as well as every public trust that have been confided to his care. The gentleman that we now present in none other than Esquire Albert S. Aull of Sulphur Springs, Ohio county, Ky., to be voted for at the November election 1S97. I nominate him because I am for hira, and believethat theRepu blicans of this section are almost unanimously for him, and should he consent to become a candidate and receive the nomination we think it extremely doubtful if any well informed Democrat would enter the arena against him. Sir, I nominate Esquire A. S. Aull for County Judge for the next term. Thomas F. Johnston. career under a Republican President. e tender Maple was The kept tied to tho Washington wharf five days uwaiting Sir. Cleveland's light-housduck-huntiu- g pleasure. Oh no, this sort of thiug dosn't cost the Government anything. The crew of tho Maple have tbciralary and ratious stopped when they are serving the whims of tho President. If tho report that land has been found at the North polo proves true, who knows what may yet bo discover ed there. That being the point where tho magnetic currents centre, it is probable that these peculiar and mighty forces may have wrought changes in tho geologial strata producing metals of a kind never kuown to science before. The truths of science arc inoro interesting by far thau tbo silly fancies of tho novelist. Herald wauti to know why men of wealth or business men generally aro for gold aud ogalust free silver? Why.this is easily answer-ed.Themen bavo made a success in life and they want ono dollar as good as another or in other words they want tbo poor man's dollar to bo as good as the rich man's dollar, and Simply by how aro they to do this? keeping the two dollars gold and The llvrall is silver of a parity. tho same paper who a few weeks ago mado the assertion that thoy would vote for a gold bug or a free silvor beetlo just so ho was a Democrat. se The Hartford hL'l.l'IlUIl IIIINUN. Mr. Noble Bean is building a nice, new business house at this place. Mrs. Nelson Cole, who has been confined to her bed for two weeks by a severe attack of indigestion, is slowly improving. Mr. T. J. Barrett died Feb. 20th, at the advanced age of 87 years. Mr. Barrett belonged to that class of men for whom a community mourns. A large concourse of friends followed the corpse to its final resting place in the family burying ground on the Barrett farm. g Mr. Fitzhugh Renfrow, our merchant at Hines Mill, after connecting his place with the railroad at Narrows by public highways, bridges and telephone, has increased his business at Hiues Mill by filling another business house with merchandise. The election of county officers is a good while off, but believing that the people should forestall the politicians in selecting candidates we make the following nominations: For County Court Clerk M. S. Ragland, of Ro-slfor County Judge, A. S. Aull, of Sulphur Springs; for Circuit Court Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Hartford. bus-"tllnne; miserable death. The hog law which was recently repealed by our town trustees was Tuesday night by a unanimous vote ol the trustees. The ordinance was drafted by the best of legal talent so that a hog will be landed in the pond as soon as he shows up in the streets. A dog case will be on the docket of theMarch term of our Quarterly Court. Mr. C.C. Ahlgotouta writ ot dcllv-er- y for a dog belonging to him.which another gentleman had in his poses-sioThe case, we understand, has been settled by the parties and will not, therefore, be tried out in court. A dog in the court house would make an interesting case. Mr. A. H. Root, a prominent Regood fellow, publican and from Union Start, was mixing around with his many friends at this place Mr. Root seldom gets to last week. the county seat and his friends always hope when he does come that he is after his license. But he has never, as yet, taken them out, notwithstanding he is on the shady side of thirty-five- . He will probably fall a victim however, to some designing fair one in this good leap year, 189G. Mr. Root says his portion of the county is for for President. Have Adopted Colors: The students of the Breckinridge Normal College, at this place, have adopted college colors, consisting of two ribbons, one yellow and the other black. As a result the young ladles and gentlemen who attend that glowing institution sashay around town with three or four yards of ribbon, more or less, fluttering around their persons. The idea seems to have just struck the collegians and every one of them both male and female is very particular There are about wearing his colors. so many students in town that the yellow ribbon which they wear gives the old town quite a gay appearance. Every other person you meet has a great batch of ribbon attached to the lapel of his coat. Fit Subjects for a Museum: The Breckinridge News of February 26th says: "There are no better husbands an where in the State than live righ here in Cloverport. Just think of them staying at home rocking the babies while their wives are out attending their clubs, teas and receptions. either. They are not They just do it because they love their wives and want them to have a good time." The devotion of Cloverport husbands is certainly more true and fervent than that of husbands elsewhere. We have yet to make the acquaints ance of that husband who will stay at home and wash dishes or rock the baby, if any, while his wife is out attending the club meeting. It may be that Cloverport wives are "new women," if so the conduct of their husThe bands is easily accounted for. "new women" wear bloomers, In her mind, if not in fact, and is boss. As a result of this her husband is kept on the jump the better portion of the time, Cloverport claims to be It is quite likean up to date town. ly, therefore, that wives down there have gotten the new women craze inWe are not at all to their heads. surprised that Cloverport husbands rock their babies, It is probable also that they patch their pants, and their wives pants too, for that matter, and after having swept up and dusted out perhaps obtain permission to leave the baby, if any, for a sufficient length of time to go down town and buy themselves a dress and other lingerie. A husband, alter the order of a Cloverporter, however, is an odity in the scope of county and would make a penying feature in some dime mu' RoniN Hood seum. all-rou'hen-pecke- d' t'lis being her birthday, each gentleman having a lady escort, nt 3 o'clock. Tncy were invited to the dining-roowhere they partook of a bountiful repast which had been prepared by the fair hostess. Miss Duke received several nice presents. They all departed feeling that it was nn evening enjoy-nb- le spent. Miss Mattle I,uce, Hartford, who Ins been visiting in this neighborhood, has returned to her home accompanied by her cousin Miss Susie Duke. The meeting which has been in progress at Concord closed last week. Rev. Ciaig having been called home to the bedside of his wife who was sick, did not remain with us until the closing ol the meeting. Bro. Bell ot Heech Grove continued the mcctinir and preached a scries of sermons by v hlch the people felt benefited. Bro. Bell has many friends in this community whose prayers are with him vhile working for the salvation of muIs elsewhere. Miss Mattle Pirtle, wholsnttending school at Hartford, spent Saturday with her parents Miss Cora Allen wilt visit Miss Mabel Barnett, of Washington neighborhood, this week. Revs. Wilson and Romans arc now conducting a meeting at Victory. Mr. Dee Luce, Misses Florence White, Ada Carson and Josie Black, Hartford, attended the party Saturday. IN NO HURRY The Republicans Will Take Their Time in Nominat- Miilitilntc ItnlrK. Wc will send Tint UnrunuCANand cither of the following named papers for one year for the amount opposite each name. Look over the list and see what you need and give us a call: Daily and Sun. Courier-Journa- l $8.25 0 25 " without Sunday " L (rflw? D ... ... ing Another Seml-Weekle- y Globe-Democr- 1 75 Candidate for the Senatorship, but will put Forth aWIn- - ning Representative. Hon.Jno. W. Lowls Rogardod nsn PromlnontCandl-tlat- o . . t 75 Weekly Courlcr-Iotirna- l Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 25 N. Y. Tribune 25 1 65 N.Y. World 1 40 Chicago Inter Ocean Home & Farm 25 Wc would be glad to send you any This of the nbovc named papers. offer Is good for new subscribers nnd old ones who pay one year in advance 1 thrlce-aswcck 1 vfWHHrHti SWKBiS.;7 Mr. X. V BoontTllle, Ky. J. Jtfvnoldt What has become of all the pondents, are you sleeping? Touch-ue-not. corres- FAILEDTO APPEAR Dr. Kastonblno Did not Como Boforo tho Coroner's Jurv Yesterday To JHnkr nn Olllrlnl Matmif-ii- t Itrfttllt of III AiikIjki- - ol unit NIOIllHCll. orihc llol. Coroner Hayden called the jury, euipanneted when the body of Jared Robinson was exhumed for the pur pose of removing the stomach for chemical analysis, together yesterday at 2 o'clock, to bear the official statement of Dr. Kastenbine as to the result of his analysis, but the doctor failed to put in his appearance says Tribune. Wednesday's Owensboro Messrs. R. A. Miller and Geo. W Jolly were present to represent Dr. Rhodes, and Messrs. R. S. Todd nnd L Freeman Little to represent the Commonwealth. On tne suggestion of Mr. Todd the coroner adjourned the jury over till No summons has been issued for Dr. Kastenbine, and Mr. Todd refused to assume the responsibility oi putting the Commonwealth to the expense of bringing Dr. Kastenbine before the jury. A telegram from the doctor to Mr. oily Monday night stated that the nnatysis had been completed ami no "oison found, but no official state- aent has been made by the doctor. The jury will meet again at 2 p. m. but he coroner will issue no .tutumons for Dr. Kastenbine, and unless the latter sees proper to appear, there will be no official stiteinent made to the jury The examining trial of Dr. Rhodes will be called before Judge Karn at 9 and it is thought there a ra. will be no further hitch in the proto-da- Whenever n druceist tells you he has something justas good forcoughs, grip, etc., ns Dr. Hell's I'lne rnruon-e- y for tho Nomdon't you believe it, for we guar- ination. ante that it is not true. We make the genuine and authorize alt drug15. Franrcort, March 3. The Re- gists to guarantee it. The U. Sutherland Co , Paducah, Ky. publicans nrc not going to be in a For sale byZ Wayne Griffin & Bro., hurry about selecting a nominee for druggist.und Renfrow Bros. Narrows. United States Senator, and there may Ky- not be n nomination this week CiiMrntor. There is n little soreness, ni might I will be at Field & Holbrook's sta have been expected, but the best senble in Hartford the first Monday in timent in the General Assembly Is in each month until May, also the first favor of calm, delibctatc consideration, day of Circuit Court. I castrate stand- and when a candidate is agreed upon nir and tic the artery with Surgeons I believe the whole strength will line t, which is absorbed in four up to elect htm, days. The only safe plan. All sides now agree that Senator Rldgellngs carefully operated on. Blackburn can never be elected, and Terms tensonablc nnd satisfactions there are many Democrats who would guaranteed. L. T. Barnard, rather see n sound money Republican Beaver Dam. r elected than to see any But I do not believe the Democrat. This testimonial is unsolicited nnd My Republicans can get any oue of these for the benefit of humanity. daughter has becu subject to severe votes during this colds and croup and often taken with week, though if the election goes ovviolent coughing spells nt night. Dr. er until next week there may be some Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only patriotic enough to vote their real preparation I have founn that will relieve her. I think it is as necessary sentiments. as a life preserver in the house-hol- d The Hon. John W. Lewis is regard- on a steamboat. Rcs'y, ed as a prominent candidate for the Fan. 18.1S95. B. L. Jessrl. Republican nomination, and he is re202 W.Brulge St., Louisville, Ky. For sale by '.. Wayne Griffin&Bro., garded as one of the purest and best and Renfrow Bros., Narmen in the party, and he is sound in druggist, rows, Ky. faith of Republicanism. The other A l.onr frit Wnnt. name most prominently mentioned We will buy, sell, lease and rent is that of the Hon. II. Frank lands nnd town lots. Will also make Finlcy, the distinguished lather of tne out and file descriptive lists of lands, Secretary of State, the Hon. Cbas. &c., for and see that Finlcy. The other prominent candis the taxes are paid upon same. dates, such as Bennett, Boyle, Deboe, Believing that we have in Ohio counThomas and Moore, whose names are ty the cheapest farming lands in the already in mind as Republicans, are Green River Country, we solicit the not making a fight; but they are in patronage of all persons desiring to line, and no mistake can be made in sell or purchase lands. Titles to all selecting any one of these who aie lands and lots carefully investigated. Senatorial possibilities. We desire to make our office headThe Republican house leaders, such quarters for all persons inquiring for and ns Barnett, Howard, Burnam real estate for any purpose. Office in I,ons, arc not going to lose this op- Hartford House, first floor, Market portunity to elect a United States Street, Hartford, Ky. Senator for any private predilections, T J. SMITH & CO., a few days they will have and within Real Estate Agents. 30 4t everything running like a well-oilepiece of machinery. W. F. That Tired Feeling ' j j .. In tho Back, Liver Cured by Hood's. "I cnnot 7 too much In prhia ol Hood'i BtntptrlU. I wu .abject to Mins In ror tack, dltilntn, llrer com pUlnt and tluUtlrtd feeling. I wu completely worn out and coald icarcely wtlk hilt mile and It leemed aa though Ufa u a harden at tb as of 18. I did not ear about llrlnr, when a friend Induced Mo to Try Hood's BamcarlUa. It h benefited me irrratly and IhaTe not brn without It elnc. I Dlnlnoif, Patn Ctmptalnt All Dad It to be a wonderful blood partner and I can ear to all who eatter from comnUlnte broatht about by Impure blood, If they want to be cured fake Ilood'a Sanaparllla. Yon can coutlder tne a life long friend to cat-gu- Ilood'a BaneparllU. which I recommend at ereTy opportunity." Mm. LUOT H. llXTMOLCe, lloonerllle, Kentucky. Hood' Pills cure ill IJter 111. BllioaiOMi, CeajapaSoa, alok lltadicbe, ladliciUoo. K. Ono tcliol.itship in the Lexington Call nt this office Business College tf or particulars. It will pay you Hood's5 Cures 2S-I- I'nr Nfllr. free-silve- rn Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Attorney at L&w Hautfohd, Ky. Will practice his profctuiou in all thu Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly atOllice with T. J. Smith tended to. it Co., Market Slrcet. It. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, c & vex. J. w. airms. IF YOU WANT THE BEST PRICE for your TOBACCO, Ship to RICE & GIVENS, TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, 902to906,W.2SCai2iSt. Louisville, Ky. Over-Prof- it Paying d Stop it Get our Great Catalogue and Buy era Uulde. We'll eend tt for 15 cents inaumps to pay part postage or expressage. The Uook'a free, joo Pages, 12000 illustrations, 4,0000 descriptions, everything that's used in life; tells you what you ought to pay, whether you buy of ua or not. One profit from maker to user. Getlu MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., Originator ol the Mill Order Method ceedings. It was anticipate! that Dr. Kastenbine would arrive on the 10:4s Texas train last night, in company with Judge L.P. Little, one ol the Attorneys for the Commonwealth. Judge Little returned and when he stepped down from the train a leporter asked him if Dr. Kastenbine came. He re plied in the negative, and also said that he had heard nothing from the Doctor. LATKR. Dr. Kastenbine arrived and appeared before the Coroner lury, who after heating his testimony returned the following verdict: "We, the jury, summoned to further inquire into the cause of the death of Jared Robinson, having heard the testimonyof witnesses, including that of Dr. L. D Kastenbine, who made an analysis ot the stomach nnd liver of said Robinson, find that the deceased, so far as we are able to tell came to his death from natural causes. W. T. Tharp, Briscoe Hedges, Hardee Benton, Frank Collins, J. D. Wimp, D. F. Heal. The trial is now going on in the Daviess County Court. llriinrll.lliilril. Last Sunday evening at the home ot the bride's father, Mr. S. L.Baird, Mr. Warren Bennett, of Ilcda, was married to Miss Prudie Baiid, of Kin- - ' for Nnl. A notice for sale in Herald of Feb- rierhook. Both arepopularyoung peo-- ' ruary 26, '96, of desirable property pie and have many friends who join May " in extending congratulations. fot sale, with or without furniture. buy will do well Persons wishing to to consult all the parties interested in the sale of said property, especially The furbefore paying any money. niture is not for sale at present. llcoiilK Tell the Nlorjr. ast mass of direct, unimpeachable testimony proves beyond any possibility of doubt that Hood s actually does perfectly and YOUR HORSE WITH permanently cure diseases caused by GROOM BONNER'S blood. Its record of cures is impure HORSE CLEANER. unequalled and these cures have often been accomplished after all other prcpaiations had failed. No flies, fleas, mosquitos onlice. Removes dandruff, dirt. Leave skin Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, bil solt and white. iousness, jaundice, indigestion, sick $100 00 for any case ot Mange it will not cure. headache. Stops iritation, rubbing. Fine for clipped horses. mi cui:r.u. Mane and tail cleaner of the world. March 3. Not having seen anyNo matting. thing liom this locality in your paper Keeps hair fine, softandsilky. A hair I 'bought I would give you a lew grower. No scratches. Mud will not stick. itir . Aids in shedding. ..rmers are busy sowing oats and Horse Groomed in less than half the plaut beds. time. The meeting which has been in A tonic; harmles; removes stains. at Mt. Herman for some Keep hair from fading. Expense but a trifle. Half gallon t."' is meeting with good results. By its use horse 120 times. J.- Ino. McCormick is staying with cleans horse has coat like velvet, Also used his bi ther, Mr. Ben McCormick, this on cattle and dogs. For milk cows it's attend. ig court one of them is on especially valuable'In fly time. the pe..t and the ether on the grand Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse Cleanjury, ! . the offenders oi the law must Will er. ship half gallon on receipt of $1 go slow. Patented (Mention this paper) Mr:.. V. D Carson, who has been TOLEDO SPECIALTY CO., Toledo, Ohio. 31 ty very sicV 'or a long time, is better at Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing nnd Barn this writ. .;. Dust. Mr. J. B. Lewis and family were their son, Luther Lewis, last visittn? MB LEFT rer--T Sunday. Rev. Ctdu filled his appointment at too piutf in no Lour And urawcrKUona. mil this place last Sunday. Uormom, AGENTS VTANIEO. KJCIUMM Realiz ii,j that we are living under . writ lor (trm RepubHci tule.let's still show a bold Iiutjr tire" .Xgrnty Co., Ilnrirord, j. front to the enemy.and in the coming campaign mule Esq. A S. Aull our We wish to say to those subscribers County J iJe; Sim A Anderson, who have received a statement from I S. T. Birnett.Sher-iff- . Circuit CkU, un this paper recently, to please consider Jay Srb it from a business standpoint. We did not send the statement to make The blue bird i hailed as a harbin- you mad, nor did we doubt your inger nt Spring, It is also a reminder tention to pay, but we NERD the that a blood punfi-.- r is needed to pre- money. Please send or bring the pare the f.j6Um debilitating amount to us Remember you can weatlur to cmne Listen and you still get Tub Repuhmcan and Louiswill hear the biids tinging: "Take ville Commercial both one year for Ayer's Sarwp.inlla In March, April, $i.2,; in advance. A 1 - . Michigan Ave., Chicago. rurod without Um knife. Also Scrofula, Kczemaand all forms of Kkla nod Femalo diieasos nucoossf ully tronW. Dr.Ortttlcoy CANCER S o haspractlonllnClnclnnatloTrrtwenty-flvyears, ami has Ixxnmo eminently successful In the treatment andcuroof thoso diseases. I'atsphlut sent froo In which you will flod In your own neighborhood that bo ias cured. OMcolISWestSevonthSt. Address Dr. L. II. GEATIONY, Box 503 Cincinnati, Ohio, ISf.-s4-s ,fl 'vv k '. ll i ; '11 1 ViS y 1 ;,H ft 1 e filial 4W.M.St. Ovu 1 f7 Ky MY 1 Wwtt Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to '5 Dest set ot teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings c,i ,,p Silver filling 75c Extracting, pel tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Ollice permanently located OPIUMS IWl FREE 8AMPLC TREATMENT. To nrove that we fair r,attitaai MORPHINE HABITS. htrrulcti and certtln cure for the Onlum and Morohlne llabtii. will aend a free aarapU trial tmckase of iiorucanioftnyooc nonciuy uettnng to be cured. Corrtinnndenreconfiden Hit. Addrni OOLUON SPCClPIC CO.. a TTMir.Kitf rinn. uncinnaii, u THE MOSIER PATthiT T.S. Mnrray-Kllierlau. Vauoht. M0SLIR SAFE COMPANY Operatinfj.eAosler and Corliss afe pacjtories.- KOSLER PATENT FIRt; PROOF SAFE THE CORLISS PATENT BANK SCREW DOOR BANK SAFE. S1FE. Mr. Jesse Murray, of this county, and Miss L. C. Utberton, of Llvlu, will be married at Greenbrier church March 13. The wedding will take place at 8 p. ra., and the ceremony will be performed by Rev. R. T. Dm nor, .1. PH?7 MfllassstWlsbAN'l IwssslKvfm J.T. AiliiimUtrotorUNollcr. All persona owing the estate of P. 1v.i:m1.I are herebv uotlG- t ni.to ww-4J. 'UVW, cd to come forward and settle before the first of April, 189O. All persons having claims against the aforesaid estate are notified to present same to , nmrurlv nroven before the first day of April, 1896, or they will be forever barred. S. T. Baunett, Adni'a. -- m m t'ONCOUU. mi uk U But nu inn.fi1JJ,5W loin un ! ,J7 ca Mrs. Robert Nelson, Henderson, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Pirtle, returned home last Thursday, accompanied by her sister, Miss Georgie Pirtle. Miss AdaDuke entertained her many friends In a quite admiring way last Saturday afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock. The young people of Concord, Victo- PLANS. SPECIFICATIONS AND I3CTIMA.TUS FURNISH KD ON ALL KINDS OF BANK VAULT fc SAFETY DEPOSIT WORK & FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES, El'O. New York City, No. 305 Dioadway, Corner Duane . xt- SOMJ OWNERS OF Mosler& Corliss Patents. Contractors to tbo United States Government, Contractors to tho Mexican Government. Moalcr and Corliss Patent Hafeu in nee oil over tho Wsrld, H March, 4, 1896. ry and Marvlns Chapel neighborhoods gathered at the home of Mrsa Duke, I9 o. t ...1. Chicago, III , No, 307 Wabash Avenue! Dostou, Mass., No, 19 J Devonautre bt. rinriminii niiin Kdiithntst uorner tu anu vine oucci. &uua wuy, wu nu.mi uemware at. vr..ti. ..t. APgeiea, Cal ,N 0.338 North Main Street. Uarailton.Ohlo. rrovdence,R.I.,and all other principal cities in theUnlted States and foreign Countrle. - c.. bl "Saved My Life" A VETERAN'S New trunks at Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr FERTILIZERS! Tho question ol Fertilizers is one nil good fanners nte interested In and sooner or Inter must take an in. terest in. The history ol farming in the Otd World as well as the olJest J. A. Smith Is nti the sick list nt Fair Bros & A FAVORABLE STORY. Big line cropons Co's. that SHOWING The Statistics of Ohio County as Compli- IT BLEW Phew! how it. blow 'round our way yesterday. The wind "Several years ago, wlillo In Fort Snelllng, Minn., I caught a sovcro cold, nttcmlcd with n tcrrlblo cough, that allowed mo no rest day or night. Tho doctors after exhaust- lug their remedies, pronounced my caso hopeless, saying they could do no moro for me. At this Union boltlo of New straw mattings nt Fair Bros. & Co's. New spring slippers nt Fair Broi. & Co's. New prints, 5c per yard nt Fnir Bros. & Co's. $4 for mens all wool suits nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Big line ladies Bros. & Co's. AYER'S Cherry Pectoral was sent to mo by a friend who urged " mo to tako it, which I did, and soon after I was greatly relieved, and in a short tlmo was completely cured. I have never had much of a cough alnco that time, and I llrmly bcllovo Aycr'a Cherry Pectoral saved my life." W. II. Wahi, 8 Qulmby Av., Lowell, Mass. neckties at Fair the suoav the elements conspired to make our sales drop away below the aver ago. We, therefore. AVill W' New laces nnd embroideries at Fair Bros. & Co's. $: fora$i 2 5brogan shoe nt Fair Bros. & Co's, 99c for $1.25 jeans pants nt Feir Bros &Co's. loc for good Bros. & Co's cotton jeans at Fair at have to double our sales the coming week, and in order to do so will oiler AYER'S 8c per yard for toe bleach c .tton Bargains. Helow we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress goods 5-- 1 Carson & Co's. Fair Bros. & Co'a 20c for turkey red table linen nt Itlgheit Avardi at World! Flr. Fair Bros. & Co's. AYER'S PILLS cure IcdiQCStlon id Huditki 20c for heavy quality floor oil cloth at Fair Bros. & Co's. New Shoes at Cnrson & Co's. Miss Dessie Duke.Sulphur Springs, Wehave lots of tobacco canvas. is visiting Mrs. Henry Carson. Carson & Co. 75c for mens new styles for hats For bailed hay call on Field & worth $1 25 nt Fair Bios. & Co's. Mr. A D. White has returned from We carry a lull and complete line of a visit to his brother in Missouri. Causo.v & Co. Furniture Mrs. A. J. Casey.Owensboro, is the New I'crcals and new Calicoes at guest of her mother, Mrs. E.D.Wnlk-er- . Hoi-broo- k. Cherry Pectoral Jifie; former 25 pounds N. O. Sugar for $i. at Carson & Co's. price 50c. in. Water proof 4()c,(oriner price 50c. M in. Ladies clothGOc former price 75c. i '1 Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 5, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth Go. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth i)c. Dark salines 10 and 121-- worth L5c. .Bed blankets 75c, SI 1 , E. I., Bullington is prepared to give you a quick, easy and close shave. What about our town ordinance against horse trading1 on our streets at this place? Wc have received a big shipment of Clothing. We can fit you in most anything that you might want. Mr. Ben D. Ringo has teturncd from Frankfort to be in attendance at Court. Mr. Henry Carson is in the Fast a supply of this week buying spring goods for Carson & Co. A great many Hartlord people have been attending the protracted meeting at Mt. Herman this week. Don't stop your paper because you are going to engage in some business. You will need the paper's support, perhaps. You may rest assured that it will assist you all it can. Mr. C. I,. Field has returned from Charleston, Mo. Mrs. Field remained in Missouri and will be nbsent several weeks visiting friends and relatives. Mr. A. R.Carson will leave Sunday for Island, Ky., where he goes to take a position with the Field Coal Co. Mr. He will have charge ol the Carson is a fine business mm and will be a valuable addition to the Company. Anti-cTJnaT- Carson & Co. Wc will sell you iopounds of granulated sugnr for $t in cash. 25 pounds New Orleans Sugar nt Carson & Co's. Wantiiij A few widcawake agents who aic not afraid to work for good pay. Apply to the Busy Bee Agency Co,, at once, Hartford, Ky. We have a 3, Hi and 6 in the cr Shoes will Anderton Come and close at $1 and $1.20. see the Shoes. Carson & Co. Wear-for-ev- States of this country, nmply demon-stra- ta ed by the proposition. If soil never then wore out or was the necessity of fertilization would County Assossor, N.C. Dnnlal, But in most soils the not cone up and His Corps of Ablo elements ot plant lood will be drawn Doputlos. out mid the Hiwcrol docs not exist, hencr the farmer also Last week we told about where the expects his labor to be profitable tobacco is grown in our county and iiitntt ftrlili.t and the cheapness ol below we'll tell where our hay, corn, pinduct.- - only increak'.s the necessity wheat and oats are grown as shown lor cheap products and short crops by "Uncle Nick's" recapitulation would soon ruin the prospects of the sheet agriculturalist. While cheap products Precinct name T. of hay Bu.corn would to some extent be olivet by E. Hartlord G9.95 494 large crops. The only question tlu'n W. 25,995 220 is what fertilizer will pay All econ- Beda 298 5S.70O omic il practical ianners witl.of course Sulphur Spr'gs 315 68 510 hu'baiid cnrelully the home re- Magan 116 85,555 sources, by these supplies tire Cromwell 83.I45 757 Then there is no question Cool Springs 48.635 352 but fertilizers compound of animal Rockport 48,370 482 . . matter are THE goods to be re'ied Select 30,800 76 . . In other words "bone" should Horse Branch 120 on 48,621 be the Ikims. Rosinc 220 54.7IO 621 The cleaner, the sounder the bone Beaver Dam 65.0S0 the more plant lood to the ton. McIIenry 103 15.25c We are ngain prepared to furnish Centertown 101,460 685 farmers with the old reliable "Horse Smallhouse 49.515 303 Shoe" Brand of "none" and "Corn E.Fordsvilte 62,145 264 Grower,"in which there is no "Ten- W. " 42,290 114 nessee Kock, "or the numerous articles Aetnavitle 60,460 297 which enterinto the cheap Fertilizers, Shreve 43,545 J89 29,560 92 which now flood the country, but Olatou which is guaranteed to be strictly Bulord 179 41.759 62,561 179 animal matter. A dozen years or Bartletts :86 39,600 more ol actual u?e of these goods Heflin 5,205 have demonstrated their superority, Additional lists 41 From the above it will be noticed and the farmers who invest in these that Cromwell precinct produces most take no risks. is her Centertown Wc have rehired to take consign- hay while ments ot cheap goods, because the closest rival on this product. It will Ianners interest are ours, and wc con- - also be noticed that Select produces scientiously believe them damaging the least amount of this cereal. In I corn Centertown takes the lead with to the purchaser, We buy direct fromthe Manufactur-- 1 Magan a close second and McHenry er, ut the slaughtering Headquarters with extensive mining interests has of the World, ship direct in carload other matters to attend to and depends lots, and can sell as cheap as anybody j on other precincts to furnish her corn in the world. Wc make no effort . therefore she is the "tail ender" in however to compete with cheap Fer- producing this necessary article. The above items are produced by tilizer Wehave a large shipment just Justice Districts as follows: Bu.corn Name of Dist T. of hay coming in. Call on or write Hartford 305.665 1.443 Hocur.R & Co. insitf-ficli'iit 1 telling the Assessor, when he is taking statistics, the full amount you produced that year? Just think ol it n moment. If strangers are looking for large or small bodies of farm lands that produce well and run across the statistics of Ohio county do you suppose they would come here to find such lands? No, they would go elseYet wc have within our where. borders thousands upon- - thousands ol acres ol as fine farm lauds ns anyThink ol the one need wish for. rich Green river lands, the Rough river lands, Harrietts creek, No creek, Muddy creek, Cnney cretk, Panther creek and Adams Fork creek lands. Think ot all these nnd then remember the small production as listed. We believe our farmers have given in statistics on (arm producto like town folks and farmers assess their property for taxation, that is at about Don't do of what it really is. this anymore. Hold up for your county, your precinct and yourself by telling the Assessor in the future, as nearly ns you can, about what your farm produced, and remember you don't pay tax on anything produced on the farm in the year it is raised. Hone manhad raised all ofthe tobacco, corn wheat, oats and hay produced in our county last year he would not have to pay one cent tax on the whole amount unless he should have some of it left on hand on the 15th day of next September, and then he would only have to pay tax on what was left Don't forget this on hand that day. and when the Assessor comes around next fall let's all join in and give our farm lands a boom by publishing the true statistics to the world by showing that when it comes to farming business we are "in it" and that we have lands that will produce ii cultivated. Next week we will tell about our horses and mules, number and value of same, iu what precincts and districts they may be found, &c, &c, but must now stop. two-thir- Awarded Highest Honors World' DR; Fair. CREAM BAKING pimom MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Mprrlnl Xotlrc to tho Public. I am prepared to furnish to the public undertaker's supplies from a $5 pauper coffin to $35 finccoffin. These goods will be sold strictly for Cash or three (3) names (90 days) bankable note, negotiable and payable at the Bank of Hartford. Said note to he subject to my approval. If cash is sent with order I will discount the pricesof anycofiins, &c, 10 per cent., otherwise will accept note ns above which I will hold ten (10) days subject to 8 per cent, discount if paid in ten (10) days. After the expiration of ten days it will be forward to Bank of Hartford. Please don't send for a coffin without sending the cash or personal or written authority to sign three (3) good names to note. The above terms must be strictly complied with. Resp'y, t FiTzauoii Renfrow, Hincs' Mill, Ky. 3t-2- Call on Bullington, the barber. BEAVER DAM. Rev. J. S. Chandler filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Mr J. B. Taylor and wife spent Friday night at Mr. A. Kahns, Cromwell. Mr. II. B. Taylor and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mr. H. B. Taylor, Sr., and spent Monday in Hartlord with Mr. J. P. Stevens. Mr. W. J. Berry and family .have Mr. J. moved to Kenton, Tennessee. B. Taylor and wife moved into the house vacated by them. Rev. O. M. Wilson has moved into the resident vacated by Mr. Taylor. Miss. Mayme R. Barnard, Louiss ville, is visiting friends and relatives here. Sulphur Mrs. T. E. Johnson, Springs, is here waiting on her children who have measles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Duff, SulphurSprings, visited their son, James A. Duff, last week. Mr. II. E. Brown visited his parents in Rochester Saturday and Sun. day. Mr. Lee B. Stevens, Hartlord, was in town Sunday afternoon. Misses Gertie Monroe . and Lottie For hnlo or Ilcnl. A first class business house in Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite centrally located. For further par ticulars aduress J. W. Tabor, Fordsville, Ky. or D. M. Hcckcr, Hartford, Ky. CIRCUIT COURT. f e andSl.25,worth$l50 2, per pair. comforts worth SI. Ladies ribbed Bed 213c, IIilllKnl St llll.pl t. Mr. )no. W. Actdington, a prominent farmer of the Smallhouse community, committed suicide last Friday morning by hanging himself to a rafter in his barn. No cause is given ,'or the rash deed ns he was in good Cromwell Rosine 96c, circumstances. Ladies woolen skirts THINK per cent. Ladies woo' en hose 2-- 1 worth 8f. vest AND worth $i.2."i. Milliner) reduced 50 9,)o, c, Just as Ladies union suits 98c, worth SI. 25. Ladies and gents overgal ors 7 5c, worth Will SI. JJoys boots, size '0,11 and Jo, f SI, worth worth oH1.. '$1.50. llubber boots worth 8J325. t S- - .75, me Ladies heavy shoes Money to L B STEVENS. 98c, worth 125. Men heavy jeans pants 99c,worthS1.25 Men extra quality laundried shirts 49c. Overcoats that sold for $10 now $6. Boys overcoats $1 up to $5. Men hats 49c up to $3.50, newest styles. All wool suits $-- up ty $15. 1 Extra quality Mcintosh coats $7, worth We are here to do busii ess with you and by (air and honest treatment wc hope to receive your patronage at all times We will guarantee the prices tho lowest and the quality un''omo to excelled, seo us. .5o. The Republican State Convention Co The Kentucky will meet nt Lexington April 15,1896. will begin next week to bore for oil in some oi the territory they have Ohio county has 22 votes. leased. All arrangements have been Mr. Henry Majors and Miss Marmade and the machinery will be here they garet Wluttiughill, of Echols, were in a lew days. We hope that quietly married at the Commercial Don't you know that it pays to see will be successful. Hotel jestcrday evening, attendants, wheic you can buy the cheapest? Rowe Mr. R. D. Snedden and Miss Sallie Wednesday as Mr. John I is $1 Don't you know that $1 saved was on his way to Hartford his bor'e Majors, Rev. Jo. B. Rogers performA merchant buys where he made? ing the ceremony became scared and threw Mr Rowe, These are popucan get the best goods at the lowest hanging his foot in the stirrup, nnd lar and well deserving young people price dragging him a considerable distance. and enter upon life with bright prosHe was pretty badly bruised up but pects, do. you . was able to return home the same Commercial Hotel fed 102 people account ol your expenses nnd evening. Keep Monday for dinner. buy closely and te how much you The following named per.soi'8 have have s ived m a year. paid their subscription to Tun since our lastissue: This I TRIED TO RUN A BANK. is a good showing nnd we would be call nnd glad that more of our frieuds A Woman, Having Handled Millions, W C Taul, Maltingly: do likewise: Dies In Abject Poverty. A woman died nt Munich recently, I Dr. J. S. Smith, Mcllcnry; J.B.CIark, so try me If you don't think " 15. D. Oldham, Ilorton; Daniel Hicks, penniless and destitute, after having buy at theclosest figures and sell at A. T. Nail, Mrs. J. W. Taylor, S F. handled millions of dollars. This the very lowest. Wallace, Hartford; C S. Taylor, W. woman, Adelo Spitzodcr, becamo, N. Martin, 6 W. Martin. Cromwell; notorious in tho early soventics, when sho founded tho "Dachauer F. M. Daughcrty, S. C Stevens, J. B bank," pretending to bo assisted by Beaver Dam; Jont B. Wilson, Bir, tho clergy of Bavaria. Sho took Prentis; S. P. Moore, Centertown; II. of tho wild stock specula-- i D. Smith, Fordsville; Robt A.Miller, tions of theso years, and, by promisHorse Branch; G. S. Fitzhugh, Suling depositors largo interest for their ? phur Springs; J. W. Wright, Magan. investments, sho had at first imtimo Gho Just received a lot of fine new bug- Henry S'aaver, J. S. Leisure, Beda;W. mense success. For soma every ono, F. Stevens, E. 1'. Thomas Hartford; paid largo dividends, and gies nt Field & Holbtook. tho' J. II. Morris, Horse Branch; J A, of her customers praised her as Buy one of Field & Uolbrook.s "II. Mnrplry, Fordsville; J. C. Jacksou, greatest financial genius of tho time, Within 18 months deposits in her just the tiling. M. T." Buggies Centertown. bank amounted to 8,500,000 florins,, We can't be under-solequivalent to about $3,500,000. Tho H20.000 lor .Short Slorlo. Carson & Co. senseless speculation and tho almost The publishers ot McClure's MagaIncrcdiblo prodigality of tho woman, work is always the best zine have decided to spend twenty Our Job thousand dollars for short stories wcro tho causes of tho break which and our prices always the, lowest. occurred in tho early part of 1873. during the coming year. They anWhen tho crash camo somo 30,000 Our subscription list is increasing. nounce that new writers will be esdepositors mourned losses varying Why don't you join the crowd? pecially welcome. Payment will be from a few florins to hundreds of Pine crab cider for sale by F. W. made on n very liberal scale, and it is thousands. Being arrested urxlor believed that this will be more satis tho bankruptcy law, sho was sen22 6 in Pirtle, Hartlord, Ky. Stories tenced on July 'JO, 1873, for fraudfactory than ofiering prizes We carry a lull and complete line ulent bankruptcy to three years in should run from 2,000 to 6,ooo words Carson & Co. ol Furniture. The shorter the story, the better stato prison. After her dischargo sho started a ladles' orchestra, which, Remember that Field & Holkrook chance of success. sho conducted under tho alias of Do handle the best buggies on the markVio. At her debut with this orcheset tra sho was hissed from tho hall by students of Wurzburg. Sho then Rev. Jo B Rogers will preach nt disappeared for several years, but th' Baptist Church Sunday morning somo years later sho again began tho and evening. banking business in her old stylo, finding moro victims. Her now efBallatds Baking Powders is the best forts resulted in another sentenco of on the market and you get more for imprisonment. SInco then sho was of scores meansthe prevention ynur money. uea in iruui, irom utuu iu turn;, uuiu of cases of colds, coughs, tnm An Mf n nA .llnnnnnnHiiil nrnl. f nm Accidents arehappening every day, bronchitis, pneumonia, and tho surface Chicago Tribune. You had better Fire is an accident. Wet feet do consumption. Women Travelers. insure your property. STOP Should Save You Money It is 111 295,571 286,015 Fordsville 956 243.000 Buford "544 143.920 Additional 41 5.205 The abo e was produced on acres oi land as follows: A. corn Name of Dist A. meadow 13', 161 Hartford 1,794 Cromwell 2,986 13.512 Rosine 2,711 n.95 1,426 Fordsville 10,775 6,100 Buford 679 Additional lists 178 7S These last two tables show that produced 10,094 Hartford district more bushels of corn than Cromwell district, Hartfords closest competitor, and that.too, on 351 acres less ground than Cromwell cultivated average yield of corn per acre in the county, nearly 23 bushels, viz.: 55,684 acres produced 1 ,279,376 bushels of corn. Further on we tell where wheat and oats are raised in our county: Precinct Bu. wheat Bu.oats E. Haitford 6,053 4 389 W, Haitford 2.873 1.350 Beda 4.984 3.079 Sulphur Sp'gs 8.S16 5,543 Magan 8,096 6,122 Cromwell 6,730 7.9'7 Cool Springs 1,796 2.556 Rockport 6,758 4.421 Select 2,338 2.242 Horse Branch .33 5.090 Rosine 5,530 5.223 Beaver Dam 7,326 7.180 McHenry 977 '.027 6,020 Centertown 7,348 Smallhouse 3.562 4.252 fi. Fordsville 4,871 6,375 W. Fordsville . . . 3,252 2,424 . Aetuaville 2,941 4.157 Shreve 6,857 2.997 Olaton 3,291 4.027 Buford 2,285 4.615 Bartletts 5.824 4.065 Heflin 2.349 '.344 These cereals were produced in Justice Districts on acreage as follows: A. Wheat Bu. wheat Dist Hartford . . . 25,730 2.477 . . . 21,467 Cromwell 2,669 Rosine 2,501 . . . . . 23,012 . . . 22,336 Fordsville 2,53 Bulord 12,888 1,167 1.787 1 932 Workings and Doings About tho Court HOuso. Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge W. T. Owen and Corns monwealth's Attorney J. Edwin Rowe on hand. The case of the Com'th vs. John Hamilton, filed away with leave to rex instate. Com'th vs. Perry Crowder verdict of the jury, not guilty. Perem-tor- y instruction by the court. Com'th vs. Nadorf Brewing Co., &c stricken from the docket. All the remainder of the Commonwealth's cases on Tuesday's docket continued. The following named gentlemen composed the grand jury for the present term of court: A. G. Murphy; J. C. Greer, B, F. McCormic, II. T. Por ter, Al Holbrook, J. E. Chick, Shelby Ford, W. P. Ellis, William. Wiin- s ntt, V. M. Porter, F. W. Acton and W. II. Austin, foreman. Pettit jury composed of the iollow-in- g gentlemen: Geo. Klein, John R. Cooper, Robert Render, Job nT. King, I,en II. I.each, Leslie Coombs, L. W. Hunt, J. D. Cooper, J. B. Bir, T. Q. Shields, A. W. Black, James Swope, Crit Hudson, Robert James, Jerome Allen, J. B. Chambers, W. P. Taylor, L. F. Woerner, II. C. Foreman. R. A. Nance, John McCorraick, W. D. Bar- nard. Visiting attorneys; fudge Eli H. Brown, Judge h. P. Little, Judge C. Owensboro; F. M. W. Massie, Hutchison, Henderson; J. B. Vickers, Fordsville; Armstead Jones, Rockport. II. II. Davis, by attordey W. H. Barnes, filed certificate in Circuit Court Monday preparatory to being examined lor law license. Judge C. W. Massie nnd F. L. Felix were appointed as examiners for this term of court, to examine applicants for law license. Barnard spent Thursday night in Taylor Mines. Mrs. II. S. Metcalf happened' to a very painful accident Tuesday. She fainted and fell against a refrigerator cutting a gash above her left eye. Miss Lula Walker went to Harts ford on busluess Tuesday. Mrs. B. F. Gray and son, Presley, arc on the sick list this tveek. Miss Maggie Smith returned Tues day from her home in McIIenry. Miss M. B. Clark was with her class last week in McIIenry as usual. Dr. W. T. McKcnuey and family have returned from Butler county. Mrs. Long, house keeper for Mrs. J. P. McKenney, is away on a two weeks visit. Mr. J. P. Barnard, Louisville, was in town last week. Miss Teenie Hays, Rochester, is visiting her sister Mrs. J. P. McKcnuey. Remember the Musical to be given Saturday, March 14, at the School Hall. It promises to be entertainitg. Attye. "A crick in the back," a pain unwater brash, der the shoulder-bladebiliousness, and constipation, are symptons of disordered stomach, kid neys, liver, and bowels. For all ailments originating in a derangement of these organs, take Ayer'3 Pills. s, . Additional list 35 mmJi of 11,382 105,816 Totals Average per acre a fraction more bushels. The than nine and average per acre by districts is as follows: Hartford, little more than ten bushels; Cromwell, n and one-thifraction more than 8 bushels; Rosinc, a little more than nine bushels;Fords- ville, nearly nine bushels and Buford, nearly n bushels. Buford district j jeadg on wjjeat production,when acre- ont-thlrd rd .... 383 I not directly make the germs Mr W. H. Spencer nnd Miss Will-iA. l'hegley, two popular young people ol Select, were united in the e holy bonds of matrimony at the of the bride's father, Mr Ma rion l'hegley, Wednesday evening nt 5 o'clock, Rev. M M. Hampton officiating. They have n host ol friends who join Tun Riu'Uhucan in wishing them a long and happy Wc n teal-denc- consumption appear In the lungs; but they do cause coughs and colds and Inflammation of the throat and lungs; weaken the whole system. In this condition the germs of consumption find just the soil In which to work. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-Hve- T FAIR13R0S.&C0. Ppopuietoks, pl&riiord Simple'''" of fashion. Hartford, Ky. Curioii Urn i:kk Mr. J il Morris, ot Horse Branch, brought to our office Wednesday OiC with Ftypophos-phlte- s, Is a most valuable rem- quite a curiosity iu the shape of a hensegg Tbeegg wnsinthesbapeofa crooked handle gourd, with n bowl nnd handle. The bowl was perfectly formed and the handle was about 3 inches long and turned square back along side the bowl, edy for restoring the system to health before these germs get the upper hand. SCdTT'S, EMULSION hat been endorwt by Ilia midlcul profenlon (or twenty yruri. (Alt Wr doctor.) ThU L becaujo It l hv)r MatMt alwy unijorm klwaya Oil (Hjhi M funst Meruit un CoJ-lni- r and yftpAeifAiltt. 1'ut up In 50 cent and $1 00 iliei. The iniall ilia may bo enough to cur your couch or hflp your baby. We can't tell about number or average number of bushels oi oats produced on an acre of land in our counWomen travelers aro having their ty, because there is no column on the day. Miss Kingsley, as all tho world Assessors book in which to make a knows, lias dono many daring tilings record ol such acreage. In Africa of which sho may well bo We have to this date given farm proud, nnd now wo learn a Mr. andi Mrs. Llttledalo, of Euglnnd,havo been statistics, bhowing where and in what wandering about Tlilbot and making quantity tobacco, hay, corn, wheat interesting discoveries, among Jheso and oats are produced, but will say being a largo lake, of tho existence of we me satisfied that our farmers have which nothing lias boon previously made n big, yes n great mistake in Correspondence must sign their full known. Thoy had hopes of gottlng the amount of each of these items, to Lhassa, but two marches from tho and that too against the county's Lest names to all communications bent to Not for publicaTin; RM'Uumcan. city they wcro Btoppcd by tho interest. They are about correct on tion but ns nn evideuce ol good faith. monks. wheat, because it was measured nt the We must know who our correspnd His Mother on tho Throne. thresher, but we made more hay, ence are, or we cannot use their coin Tho mother of tho king of Ashan-to- o more corn, more oats and more tobacmunicatlons. Please observe this. has been enthroned ns qucon of' co than Assessor's books show. nothat great and powerful African Thousands have tested the great Farmers, do you know how you are tion. Tho war party, having dcposcdi tearing down the value of your farm, buildiugup power ol Hood's Sarsapa-rlll- a King Prempat, placed his mother and have found renewed strength neighbor's farm, your comiuu upon tho throno with all heathenish your nlty, precinct and county by not vigor and vitality in its use. pomp and festivities. " 1. -- .,i.,,i The jury in the case of the ComForeman, Wm. monwealth vs. charged with grand larceny, a verdict of guilty and fixed the penalty at one year in the penitentiary. In the case of the Comuionwealtn vs. Wm. Billings, charged with receiving stolen property, Wm. Fore-ma- d refused to testify and the other evidence being only circumstantial nnd not sufficient to convict, the case, on the motion of the Commonwealth's Attorney, J Edwin Rowe, was dismissed. Com'th vs. Mason Carter for giv-iu- g liquor to a boy, fined $50.00. Cotu'tu vs Ernest Curtis for assault, fined $10.00. Com'th vs Cicero Bryant for unlawfully taking property, fintd $10,00 Com'th vs. Albert Maddox hindering commerce, fined $40 00. Com'th vs. I. C. Royal continued for the Commonwealth. Com'th vs. Mason Carter and A. Berry dismissed. Esq. C. L. Woodward was appointed petit juryman in the place of Mr. L. F. Woerner, who was excused. , Till! Brst Sai.vi: in the world for cuts, Bruise3, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacuion or motey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Bell. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. tf Only 81.0 per Dozen. For the next 60 days I will make Cabinet Photos at$i 98 per dozen; ) Photos at $1.25; Cards at 980 per dozAt Hartford on Mondays, es. on Tuesdays and at Beaver IXim the balance of the time. Mc-llii- ry 3f4t A. D.Tavwh. Danger Signals Mori thin tilf til victim of consump Jo not know thty bnt it. litre Is list of symptoms by which consumption can cerUlnly be detected! Cough, one or two slight efforts on rising, occurring during the day and frequently during tie night, v. Short hrtJthine after exertion. Tighttiiu of th chst. Quick pulst, especially noticeable In tin evening and after a full meal. , Chilltuiss In the evening, followed by Slight frvir, rirspintion toward morning and TiUfici and linguiJ In the morning; Won Iiijj ovitilily. i If you have these symptoms, them, do not delay. There are many preparation which claim to be cures, but Dr. Hcktfi Citiiib Kndf for Consumption lus the highest endorsements, and has stood the test of years. It will arrest consumption In its earlier stages, and drive away the symptoms named. It is manu-- 1 factured by the Acker Medicine Co., 16 and 18 Chambers St, New York, and sollj " by all reputable druggists. or any of comity havo5tartca a cooperative store. All tho odds and ends of tho dally necessaries of students will bo boughfc cmcuiT comer. I'LllUSlinD I1VKKV I'niDAV MORNJNO wholesale- and sold practically at cost.! Hon. W. T. Owen, Juilgo Owens-borTho cutlro cntcrprlso will bo man 1'niOAV, MAItClt 6, 1896 Hon. .7. Edwin Howe, Attorney aged by students. Dr. John Kuapp of Mount Oweutlmro. $L wBV Es S w THIS AND THAT. Y"& Vernon, N. Y., has in his possession, J. V. Hlack, Jailer -- Hartford. Hartford. (5. H. Likens, Clerk n tapoworm two lncnes long that Bolzonl found In Egyptian tombs 1J. I). Riugo, Master Commissioner artificial teeth made- of wood and was found In n hen's egg. Dr. MnritiTil. Knapp Insists that it is a genuine Ivory and set In gold plates. O B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund tapoworm. Ho says tho finding of for and Children. Tho tonguo of tho humming bird Hurtfoid. wromiM w ifciwm . Is a tubo through which it draws up such an organism in nn egg Is unprco- - , Rhenir-Hnrtf.- ml. dil. P. Kcown. edented, and that it will suggest to the juices of tho flowers. HIIITY ynara' ciVorvntton of C x 1 1 or! rrl Hi the pntronaga of new field for in-- j Deputies Samuel Kcown Hnrlfnnl Tho mouth of which tho cornors bacteriologists a mllllom of penona. permit wi to tpculc of it without gunning. Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. vestlgatlon. turn upward is nn indication of a Tho main building of tho Indus- -. Bishop, Ccutertownj S. T. Stevens, It U nnqnettionfttily tho Tiot reniojy for Infant nn J Children merry nature. trial exposition to bo opened In Cromwell. tho world linn oror Lucicu. It U h.nnalons. CIdUrrn lllto It. It Tho human tonguo, according to first Monday in Court convenes Berlin is enormous. It has a tho surgeons, is composed of fibrous, of C70 feet, whllo Its depth is CMfront Mnicliaml August and continuesthree givi them licpJth. It wit! tnr thH 'vt. Tn It Motliara havo fcot, areolar and fatty tissues. weeks, and third Monday hi May and omethlng TvMch ia ftorolttitO y t Tho floor spaco of this gigantic, ;,5.'t,"l3V.'y ytrfoot . . two weeks. Tho bill of tho woodpecker Is building Is 691,800 square feet. Thq November child' metllcin. paid by naturalists to bo ns hard as county coinrr. cntlro construction is of stono and; Cmtnrlft rteatropg Wort, '. John P Morton, Judge Hnrtlord. tho enamel of tho human tooth. iron, whllo tho walls are constructed D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. Tho mouth of tho butterfly is a of pressed cement boards; tho only; Cmtorla allay go7rltt.nc . E. P. Neal, Attomey-Hartfnr- d. )ong, dcllcato tube, through which it wood in tho building Is used In tho Caitoria prarrcntu vorattlng Ho- g- C Court convenes first Monday in sucks up tho juices of flowers. "When floors and in tho framowork of tho Cmtorla euro Dlnrrlima iut 'Vlj,l Cj" not in uso this proboscis is curled up domo, which, both on tho outside and each month. QUAItrKHLY couitr. under tho head. Cmtorla rollovo Tcotl'lii ?ronlilt inside, is covered with sheets of Begins nn tho third Monday in Tho wasp's jaws aro a pair of aluminum. Catoria enre Contlpatlon nnd SVntaTogor. January, April, July and October. natural saws, working against each COUHT OV CLAlSlfi. Cattoria nnntrnllro tho cfTuntn of rnrlinrln nolit n;a or poltonon air. SHAVIKQ OUFS. other in contrary directions. They UNCLAIMED Convenes first Monday in January, Caitoria iloo not contain morplilno. opimn. or property. Jnro very ciTectlvo Instruments, for They Are Left in the Possession of and Tupsday alter the fourth Monday tho wasp can easily cut hard wood. Caitoria neiiallatoi tho food, rcgnlatr. i.l " tomnoh and nowl. . in October Tonsorial Artists. , Tho Argus, a species of starfish, glvlnc htftltby nnd nntnrnl ploop. OTllKIt COUNTY OFKICEKS. Each barber shop has what is furnishes tho best illustration of a G. S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur known as tho ''dead row" of shaving; hotUeii ftily. It li not old in hnlk. Cmtorla 1 pnt up in nno-rt- ta 'casting not. Ho, himself, Is a net, cups. It i3 generally tho top row,1 Springs. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. ' Don't alloxy any ono to oll yon nnyttilug olo hn tho plaa or promtio and casts himself over his proy, N. O. which ho completely surrounds with nnd If tho cups could only talk 6omo, Z. II. Shultz, School Supt. Hart-lor- d. that it ii "Jnt a good" nnd "will nnmror ovary pnrpota." interesting family histories would bo his tentacles. Sao tliat yon pot mado public A regular patron of a ' L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Ira, tho daughter of barber Charles "Willis, of Newcastle, Del., own cup,shop usually furnishes his' Springs. Tho " itonavary and it is always ready for, Poorhouso Mr. C. R. Campbell, was attacked fiercely recently and him. signature oC vrrappar. Ho may go away and not en(badly bitten by a pet kitten with , ter tho shop for years, but tho cup Keeper, Hartford. courts. justices' .wnicn sno was piaymg. Tho animal is there awaiting hlra. Tho pro- FonnsviLLE. J. A. Biwlinc jblt tho girl In tho neck and closo to prietor does not Children Gry fo FJicher's Castorla. daro sell it or give Barrett's Ferry, March 1C, June 15, the left eye, and also scratched her away, for thero is no telling when September I4, December 1.1. mSKS3SZ2Hk3SS fearfully. "When tho child's mother it owner will -' the Butoiii). Ben F. Graves March arrived the kitten was clawing at tho prietor learns walk In. If tho prothat a customer is 30, June 29, September 28, Decern- littlo girl's head and had to bo driven lanrnimrnmiKtfRmvM dead, ho generally asks tho relatives 'away by force. if they wish to keep the cup. But Louisville. St Lcuis & Texas Railway Company. Haiitiori). A S, Aull March 2, . Divers in tho lako of Nomi, near until ho has posltivo proof of tho rh'&e tr.iins run dai'v Westbound tr.iins East bound trains. jAlbano, havo found at tho bottom of death tho cup remains on tho shelf, a June 1, September 2, December 2. Woodward-Ma- rch j Rosine. C. L. I No 52. No. 54. No. 53- No 51 STATIONS. 'tho lake, 80 feet from tho shore, tho reminder of tho patron of 13, June 13, September 13, 6 30 p m 7 45 a 111 I.v. U I.ep.it, I.'iuisvillo . . Ar. I 00 p m 8 05 p m pleasure galley In which Emperor days. Barber cups somotimes former flguro 13. S 00 12 45 Ki'iiliu;.) Mnet 7 5 645 jTibcrius held his orgies. It still intragedies. Not many" years ago a December Cromwki.!.. Jont B. WiNon S 40 West Point 12 05 7 so 7 to beems to bo decorated with bronzes prominent citizen became a criminal March 9, June 8, September 7, DeUf.v.iiil 12 02 7 23 S43 707 tand mosaics. They havo brought up and was badly S 55 wanted and his barber cember 7. 6 59 WiilcmdHle . . . 7 32 52 ts fbronzo heads, a wolf and a lion, 6 53 knew it. Tho detectives mado tho Rock Haven II 45 7 3S SSS with inscriptions, and rings for , barber promiso if tho cup was ever Long Branch 11 37 The theory in the treatment of 7 AS 9 "5 "47 Itho docks. Cardinal Colonna tried 11 28 BrMiiKMihuig 7.SS 9 14 "39 sent for to let them know. Ono day coughs, lung and bronchial nflections (without success to recover tho galley n small boy with an order called for hns been advanced by the manufacture 11 09 Kkron f.24 804 9 3$ j 6 id is Irvingtou 13 00 an tho 15th century, and another 3 9 3" it. Tho barber detained 1dm whllo ol Dr. aBell's Pine Tar Honey. AllItdeal-a 8 28 6 03 VVfbftter remedy. truly was made at tho beginning of a detective was 9 47 1051 sent for and tho boy ers sell wonderiul positive guarantee. 837 l.ixl hurg it nn a to 42 5 55 955 this century, when some largo bronzo was followed. Ho was followed to I o 03 Sample For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro., 8.S to 27 5 48 'nails wero brought up. tho residence of a cousin of tho prom- druggist, and Renfrow Bros., NarKtephen.spoit 8 53 tn 18 to 18 5 35 inent citizen, and tho latter was rows, Ky. 10 23 10 13 duiou SAVED A PLANTATION. 53t 92 found hiding there. He declared 10 10 10 25 Holt 9 05 529 ia Horte Discovert q 57 Break In a that ho had never been out of the Cloverport 10 39 5 '7 ANTED SALESMEN 9 18 Levee and Warns His Master. Shop city, but this story did not go with 5 14 in 42 . 9 22 9 S3 We want one or two GOOD Skilhnnn 10 53 Your correspondent met a gentle-,ma- a tho detectives. 9 42 9 33 503 They found that MENin each county to take orders Huwesville II 05 4 53 9 30 9 44 recently who gavo tho following their man had been out' west, but for a CHOICE lino of NURSER 11 13 Pctrie 4 46 9 22 9 52 account of a most singular ovidenco had got in such straitened circum- STOCK or SEED POTATOES. l'aleoti 4 40 II 18 9 iC 9 5S of Intelligence on tho part of a horso stances that ho had ventured to re- Stock and Seed guaranteed. We tooS 4 32 II 2S 007 belonging to K. L. Moore, of this turn. His penchant for his old shav- give you steady employment with to Wnitiuxn 4 23 15 9 00 "35 parish. Tho horso's name isDbdo, ing cup betrayed him, however. 8 50 Powurs GOOD pay. It willcnst ycu nothing 4 16 it 45 jond Mooro raised him from a colt and Cincinnati Times-StaS 37 11 57 Pates to give ita trial. 4 05 State when writ- 1038 4s much attached to tho animal. Oivetihhotn 12 07 p 111 827 3 55 104s ing which you prefer tosell. 8 15 During tho spring of 18D1 Dixie's Mr. Will Skillman has had the sore Mnltinglv 12 19 11 00 3 44 Address, to Nn. 9 G.mo Tineo was hurt whllo employed in eyes for j ears 8 10 Griffith 12 2A 3 39 He has tried many HWK8 NURSERY CO,. ti 05 8 06 12 28 '. Stnnlev 11 08 .repairing levees and for somo weeks doctors and rcme ies, and has always RoCflESTEH, N. Y. 12 35 Worthingtou 3 3" 5 759 thereafter ho was not ablo to work tailed to get reliet until we sold him Rends 12 43 7 52 323 it 23 I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honat all and was allowed to run loose in a tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye . Sj'ottsville Salve, which cured him inside of one ey for sale at the Store of Messrs. 12 51 7 43 3 6 tho pasturo and about tho place. B.ifkcl'.s . 12 58 Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey G.tnn, Burnett & Co's. Grantsburg, ti $S 3 IO 4" Ono morning when tho hands wero week. . I It ndi-- : son I ISP I" I.v. 7 20 a in 2 55 p 111 sells well and cures. Res'y, II 55 111. , and meeting many commendations nil in tho fields at work and Mooro M. Mi:yer &. Co , Irom diflerent persons of its wonder mw 10.. .. himself was riding after them, they January 15, 1895. Buras, Ky. ful merits. I thought I would try a heard n violent ringing of a big planSutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has bottle I have been seriously eflectd tation bell back at tho houso. Think- done a great deal more lor me than iur ijjcais nun cl I'ouuii anu causing something dreadful had hap- can be told by pen. W.H.Skillman in my side and bieast that were pain. TO HERNDON-CARTE- R pened to his wife or children, INCORPORATED Buras, Ky. ing me a miserable life. I spent hut. For Mooro put spurs to his horso ty Z Wayne Giiffin & drrdsof doll.irs with doctors ami li We handle every thing on commission, nnd do the largest business, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honcbt dealing is the secret of and, calling to tho hands to follow, Bro., dtuggist, and Kentrow Bro , medicines, but everything lailef! uri I tried this wonderiul leinedy. It our success. Correspondence invited, l'nce currents mailed tree. galloped to tho house. When ho got Narrows, Ky. 313-31- 0 Murrcll Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. beats the world and saved my Hie. I thcro ho found Mrs. Mooro nnd tho A Northern Newspaper. recommend Dr.Bell's Pine Tr Ilonev children safe ond sound and very to everybody with weak lungs. Bringei cziiyjffB-- . much amused at old Dixie, who had A newspaper is soon to bo pubj. u koskuu,111. managed to open tho yard gato and lished away up on tho edgo of tho a great success. May 20,189s. Grantsburg was pulling on the llko a Arctic circle, in Circlo City, tho new For sale by Z.Wayne Griffin & Bro , crazy thing. All their efforts to mining town of Alaska. Up to now druggist, and Renlrow Bros., Nar- THEdrivo tho horso away had been in people on tho Yukon havo hod to rows, Ky. vain; ho only continued to ring tho for tho news on their neighbora, bell more loudly. FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER. tho nearest newspaper ofllco beirig Mooro began to suspect that Dixie many hundred miles away. Tho paPut a few drops of turpentine in might know what ho was about after per is to bo a weekly nnd tho print-in- s all and went out to Investigate. plant is to bo shipped in shortly. tho water when clothes are put to soak; it will whiten them. When tho horso saw his master ho let go tho and ran off B. E. Sutherland Med. Co : Fricandeau of Veal. Lard thicktoward tho pasture, looking back and Gents: I write this letter because ly a cushion of veal. Placo it in the Sjvv7vfrHrV2SrVJBr2 tossing his head at ovcry step, as if I believe j 011 have made a discovery oven on a bed of vegetables. Cover I'll! I'llrs! Kctllim !MI- -. Symptoms Moisture; inten-- itrh to say: "Como on!" Mooro boon in a cough, cold, throat and lung remwith stock and cook slowly for two saw that something unusual had oc- edy that the people ought to have. I hours, then serve, Boston Budget. 'tig and htingingmiost nt in;;l-- : vvr- continue curred nnd followed after Dixie as reler to Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey. I English Suet Pudding. Ono cup by scratching. Ii allowed tonir-IHWMSrY CM .11111 fiiii'ii niiiinrs inriii fast as ho could. Tho horso mado have thoroughly tested it and know cacn 01 sour milk, molasses an a ' ulcerate, becoming vervbute Swank's y h&vsvl tu it It cures chopped suet, threo cups of flour, ono straight for tho loveo at tho lower Any wonderiul merits. & iA'.aaritNFiBBHl'gP stopsthettching ami blteo v end of tho pasturo and stopped this one who ever needs a remedy of teaspoonlul 01 soda, a pinch of salt Ointment ulceration, nml m im-.- ' a ng, heals kind should never be short under a big cottonwood tree. without a bottle of Dr Bell's Pine Boll threo or four hours. Servo with ases removes the tumor.s. At dni.'-When Mooro camo up what was Tar Honey. hot sauce. Farm and Home. Ur 5 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.? ists, or by mail, for 50 icn;. Ji;nv M Porter, his astonishment to sco n littlo break Glass and Queensware, Furs will look much improved Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. A SURt: and CERTAIN CURE in the levee, with tho water trickling Jan, 15. 1S95. if thoy aro cleaned with bran heated Paciuchnh, Ky. known lor 15 yoarsaotho 4 Quickly summoning tho through. For hale by 7.. Wayne Griflin&Bro , in tho oven. Rub tho hot bran well 15. W Daphy, a prominrrt l.iwwr JjCEGT REIV1EDY for PILES. H hands, tho breach was soon healed. druggist, and Renfrow Bios , Nar- into the fur with a piece of flannel, f i'aducah. Ky., .shv. that Dr Hells H KDI.I) 11V AM. IlllUOOIHTfl. But for Dixio's timely warning, how- rows, Ky. an es.. st.lobis klien shako tho fur to rcmovo nil, ''hie Tiir Honey cuti-i- l hi, elnMrvii t if ". ever, tho loveo would havo gono and hooping roti!h uhin nil tinny rite tiaTsci- VB'NaiojriBjarxB'V'r particles, nnd brush thoroughly. Fur ItV a newiuintriv loreuii 'In tho wholo plnco would havo beou collars that havo becomo soiled from iHlted Three Days Without Food. I'Vr '.le nil rlflerji. overflowed. Louisiana Corrcspou-dcuc- o rubbing against tho hair may bo Guarantee bv Gnffin ?'; Ilii drnug'.t Philadelphia Times. A boyhood friend of Dr. Depow mado to look llko new by using hot oy Z. Wajr.e f Illlltl4 T ,J ii ui mru ti ii called on him on Tuesday and invited bran on them. Apply tho bran a tnd Kcnliow Urns., N.iriim-- I Ky u i Are Freemasons. t vntiuui wtlHuri ntt! him out to dinner. Ho had followed Udt Hie Ititl't tl, l.ili(Li(ilM second time if tho fur is badly soiled. " "llo iii iiro mi Mtln tk rll. Ilrljtii, oilLl uliLd, Many of tho members of tho now our Chauncoy's career In tho papers anil caarrfvl wIth Mili4 Pancakes. Tho yolks of two Simply apply "."Mviiyne'fc French cabinot aro freemasons. iJjLlA' . vDuir mudhue!iriiinir. and honestly belioved that ho never eggs, beat them up lightly, add' a nent " No internal inulirn v Clint Su trnkadlkti, mi". C'kii t uwrkbU.wtrtkouil b Clnulrirrt Tho premier la nn enthusiastic dined at homo, but was always tho pint of milk and a littlo salt, and d. Cuu.s . II UIIUSON t CO.. llirh Jit. li CaUwkiiff, U, tt.nn.i in!' mason; tho minister of flnanco was guest of somebody. iVe flour enough to mako a thin, smooth ruptiorih on tlu i.ut t.'i-n last year on tho couucll of tho order; 'When can you come, Chauncey?" ng the skin clear wlrt and health) batter. Beat tho whites of the eRfp tho minister of commerce is tho ho asked. "Mako it any evening you to n stiff froth, and stir them as ts great healing and ruia'ive jjmvi r. tho grand symbolical lodgo of like." no "ti r unv-1- ' lightly ns possible Into tho batter ire privet.' nl THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE u ,v ' ' Trance. Tho ministers of justice, of sk vonr "Well, lot's see," replied tho docjust beforo baking; they aro very INr.MKNT U war, of education nnd of agriculture, tor. Write to T. 8, QC1NCEV, at tho Waldorf with nlco, and mado without baking nil belong to tho brotherhood, and Gen. Drautr JW, Chicago, SecreIs Wednes, powder or soda. As fast as fried lap tary of the Star Accidint M. Rlcard, tho chancellor, is master day, next day Thursday, next day over or cover with a pan, till ready ?" .MI....MIWJ Tor Information Company, of a lodgo calling itself tho I shall havo nothing till Fri2 rrgnrJIug Accident Insnr. for tho table. Western Rural. Xrt'?n'H of Virtue. day." once. Mention Hilt paper. Steamed Fruit Pudding. Three Iiy to doing jou can tave "Nothing till Friday! Philosophers havo dono wisely Great cups of flour, ono cup of chopped memberdilp fee. llai jiald over tCOO .0)000 loi when thoy luivo told us to cultivate Scott, how hungry you must getl suot or s of n cup of fat salt accidental Injuries. REGULATE T4C our reason rather than our feelings, Let's mako It night, pork; ono and a .half cups of sweet Uo your own Agent. STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWCLS reason reconciles us to tho dally Chauncey, and put in n square meal." milk, ono cup of molasses, ono for cup of IIO MUDICAI, rXAMIKATION HKQDIRCR AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. N. V. Press. things of existence; our feelings chopped raisins, ono-hacup of teach us to yearn after tho far, tho HlP.Wft T A lit' M:n orot'a&Wtt MrJt citron, ono cup of currants, an even Louts Napoleon's Plot. rln Laown fur jQdlcctlloii! ttUlo.iii'Mt Bulwer. difficult, tho unseen. teaspoonful of nutmeg, clovo and cinl!cttdachr,ConitlpalIonHjbclattbrutilii I.Uvr'lreublr. l)lfiliu j;t.(Ji'jmtlc:iit Sir William Trascr states in a namon, n moderately heaped PjftCiitcrf, ()tTcnIvo Ilrcut!) unj fall till TlTlS AND THAT. order of tho rMomacht I.licr iunl Itauw!, volumo of reminiscences which has of soda and ono of cream of Tllpftni TalmVs crntitn r.otMnir tnjurloui to tuuioataK(liI6CoikatilLtlou. Am 11 that Napoleon tartar. Steam threo or four hours. It may ofton be tho means of just been published nt ttJ BJU UDiVatBU 4.. n lit f atul L'Itu U, i4f, effectual,per box, Imiiu illMm otaucl I'ricv-In exilo fay Farm nnd Home. ent4 Chisclhurst, Having lifo to remember tho dictum, 111., whllo U THE Ihrougn nearest druHut. or byjualL buunlo restore to vULincfnu. AU.trtin Bacon and Liver Stew, Pour thtt "a man btruck by electricity matured a plan Ato private himself of THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., tho throne. yacht, GARDEN jskw youk c.rv. boiling water over a beef or calf nhould bo treated ns If drowned." it bPihjce street, which tho lato Mr. James Asbury liver, lot stand f hour, then In your neighborhood this season Tho congregation of a church nt was had been nctually charcut tho liver with deep gashes, insert Fillmore, Cnl., has invited its pastor teredowner, purposo of PLAHT OUR FAMOUS for tho to resign becauso ho accepted con- former emperor on tho landing tho thin slices of bacon in these cuts and 7..VXS! French coast, fasten it with toothpicks. Have three . tributions for church work from whenco ho was to repair in disguise or four slices of bacon in tho pot over b porting men and to Chalons, where tin army corps was a hot fire, frying with an onion cut Soap abroad Is now mado In tho engaged in maneuvers, thoro throw fine; when fried to a crisp put the of Well arc described and illus- form of sheets and sold travelers who olf his r:i! d In our beautiful and entirely incognito and lead tho troops livor in, cover tightly, lot cook about object to tho uso of hotel soaps or iuto Paris. New Catalogue for 1896. Anew ten minutes, turning often, then thosu Ubcd in publio places. It Is i. ii.jrc this season Is the Preo de- -' unAnKQ. bBmJaTBADB PATENTS, dredgo well with flour, pour boiling SlgSWt Catalomie prices old in ,i. iy of Seeds at This New Cata--to books, each sheet DESIGN I" i 1, 4iaa Nst Oilice. water over till tho liver Is covered, COPVRtOIITS. oto. Good Old Granny Mutcalf, 86 )ears being about tho slzo of an ordinary mI 'cj,t,-iAnd frft llanUlxKiic urila to v will mall on receipt of a put on the top of tho stovo where it Forlnfonnttloa HI lIBOiDwir, hstir oul. MUNN & CO. old. living at 618 Monroe street, bank cheek, ;" : .a stamp, or to those who will state ror Ky,, says tlmt Dr. Hell's I'lne will cook Blowly. Cook three hours; Oldest bqrtautakenMetirlDS patents In Aniortca. . . 'j uwy saw tins aovertisement,tne KtrjrMtnt out hju.U brousLt U'fiu A record was eotublishcd ut tb putuo bf A noUc glrca frvo uUUaxjo Ut Ut 1 iBiogus win dc maiiea V, iDeptf&rd, England, by tho 1,000 unit Tar Honey is the bebt grip cure, a nlco brown gravy will be dona with, tho liver. Boston Budget, machiuo recently erected, when it cough, lung nnd bronchial remedy !!! PETER HENDERSON & CO, that has been offered to the delivered current nt 12,500 volts, during her tile. Guaranteed people Larctit clroulatlnn of anr olrnUHa parr In ths by Z, t orlJ. fnlandldlr IlluitraUitl. Mu lulcllUrut Children Cry for man ihouH te without IS. .Wceklr. 6.1,00a This is tho highest elcctromotlvo Wayne Griffin & Ilro,, diuggist, and CO., IIIISn jftarilUOilxronntua. B.h.4..w; force over developed by a machine, I Vvuaaiai,auiUivA4wA7,t(ivYi)rkCltri Henfrow liros., Korrows, Ky, Students of Bowdoln collego v "ilartford Republican jJiruiHory. n. I a PfSS ' : h five I w m w w Infants B wrWbvl $alJ 'CJk VgBiSta-Jx'9m. vN ff'ffijtrit There is no soap hi the oiM Hint stands so high in lhe rinlou of thouEht-- : I ; . good-humoro- ;jFCLErTE;: iHkpil . ' ; PBr Lfeliir For washing clothes or doing housework, it can't be ; Made only by . So1'1 everywhere. e4!1"11101, Try ' Company, - St. Louis. Tho N. K. Falrbank Soar ii I I I An glegani mm - TWS' .' l"i EffiSS ili Uphostered, V - AA v ,., I fao-ali- llf I I C&Kt ? A.. 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