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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896031301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Whirdr uulem r done whi.l n tliiltiit (!Mrni Utrrmi in trim in ''n lillilr Wm HIIUlllH m PINK 1, Mil T ' tv TlTE HAETDRI) REPUBLICAN. ) -- aas7fimBflBBBaaBBTBS&5 2Y WU, MWV li li..',lo -- whin i' iii n ., ini tin inn ' ftttTURE on. III LIVES fills. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of IKE r,W II! THU FOURTH CQKGRESSIOKAL DISTRICT, SfclU:i . M Opt 111 Freak W. Kl'ij I M . ill a Hlll1f4lfHntl .ill ii Mini 4, (i,,' f p ill . . i n it rj rarkakP. VOX. VII L. HA11TFOUD, KY., FK J DAY, MARCH 13, 1890. 4 I NO. 33. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST JTcr 'Nearly-."- " - lllril ,Vtnt)C Aiiiiln. Bird Skrtf(,ja i c nliiuil in Jul! nt 1 Highest of all in Leavening Power. SPRING MEDICINE forget to take it. Now is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brines on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other litv.it shatter the constitution and ills Don't forget the word t 'reck health. RLGULATOR. It IS SIMMONS L1VL-REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other And, besides this, SlMMONs remedies. 1 1VER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best Wood Try It and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED the difference. on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and there is no other Liver remedy like REGULATOR-theKlngof a2 Ilnttlonl n 11 clmrvj o htme lucnk-in- ji kg fii A s 2LOO I!" C'ont. tlio $ffiM ISctxxclsOirLejs't- - iflJS iSHniHM I -- WHITE FOll CtlTALOGV- K- Sold by authorized ' ors or direct irom I deal-Wt-- nnd tlir Ohio contity proatcntint; Bttcunev hn wtltlcn here lor the to Irfwrrwui'-t'inf- , hh the thlnl trip to tlie iienltetitlHry ficcor-rlltito the ftntutM js a trip lot lilt whither thectime itoMiuli or uiciit. Skngis If) a pscttlfcr chnractur and lms now reached the. age of about twenty-fiv- e jearn. .Since he was i out teen nearly nil ot hit lime has been i'ieiit in til penilentiary or in jail. At that esyly upr he was convicted ol burglait ami tent up for four yMir. When Tis returned he found fieedom rtrnngely oppressive nnd nltet gttlilR into ttoublc several tim erf wai nuaiu found guilty in the Circuit Court, tins time of and the dost- doubled. lie was sent to the penite-nti.irlor eight years, l'rotit the- ch irr;e standing ngaitntt'hiiit in Ohio county it rectus that he stttely must be infatuated with penitentiary life and if convicted lie Mill get mi oppottunity to spend the rest of his days there. One ol the strangest things ol his pant is that he has always handled small amounts in his burglarizing career. If his thefts were totaled up we very much doubt whether they would amount to .1 value exe eding $50, at least. lhoe known to the pttblcc. Itst Mimmer he laid in jail here for three or four months Should he go up this time it will save Grayson county pajing tiny luther board bills and cut down tl.e annual-- . Circuit Coutt docket. fGraysqn Gazette. houtc-breakin- Baking 3&52S3 Mcny of the newspapers are IsSlMAlONS LIVER REGULATOR. Pon't m. AB&OWTEE.Y PURE Brxfi4e9i Iwfflsllrli tlL bLU. uLLIVLn bl!.5 MANUFACTURES, IIM" I I r ' aJW' XSaUamU'greS.Jl r 11 .IBMUr llVMI.flttT3jaBMiMBEMMBHBTI11ll,lillUUl'l,a,.1T.Tir.xg.ajga The Lexington Business College, UNC0RP0I1ATLD jiaaoteEKcaaencaonB"v IFeei i ailment'. Attorney at R. E. LEESIMIilERMAW, A' Stjitnr r sirs J rsrspa Iff rr?t lToday? H ly m e M o M 2 We k this repeatedly, became g 1 serious diseases ulteii follow trilling m If ou are weak aivi generally rs 9 n ruimcd, ticnous, 13 m lue can'tappetite q aoU work, begin at once talc- - H intliem st relia q Me MrrtiKthenine mtillclne, wlikh Is Hroun's Iron Bit ters Hcnrfit comes iiom the very tirst dose. it C IlAUTI'Olill. JY. Will practice hi' profession in till tlio Courts of Ohio ami adjoining comities Collections cnreluliy ami piotnplly atOflice ttith T J. Smith tended to. , Iaw ,' i Old rciiplr. Old people who requite medicine to regulate the bowels and kidncvsjwill find the true remedy in Electridt j5nv tets. This medicine does no't's'ttm- u1 ; late and contains no whisky nor oth-- . er intoxicant, but acts as a tonic'and' alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and givinp tone to the organs, thereby aiding. Nature in the performance Klectric Bitters is ol the functions. an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just exactly what tbey need. Price fiilty cents and 51 00 per bottle at Williams & Hell's Ilrug Store. of the U. S. Court at Cincinnati, InfrtitretwHtejuty to find for the railroad in the case of a negro woman who sued the company for Ss.ooo for making her ride in a "Jim Crow" car, on the gtounds that the wen. a having gotten on the train in Kentucky and had not during her ride beea out ol the State, there was no infraction of Hie inter-Sta- te commerce act which provides that all Slate to Stale by common carriers hnll have the same treatment, they having piid the same rate of fate. Judge Sage, 11 I Market tyreet. , , r " I Brown's .JA'- - ", m"Tf OJR STOMACH, ? irffrwc jbph SSr t11 s W TABULES LIVER AND BOWELS i Jrif llron s 5 w REGULATE THE THE BLOOD. ItlPAJiS TMIULI'4 uro the tif.t McJL rtne kn.wn far ladlcf.llon, tllli..n.4., llrilachc.Con,ltpa(lon(tlr.cp.lalllirouli, 4.crTrwulilr., lllxtlnr.(laJC'oiiiilcxloti, lljtcnlcrr, tllTcn.tvo Ilrcnlb, bait all ill. orders of the fitomacb, IJvcr unit Iloncl.. TUpanf Tntmlpi contain nothing lntnrlnnit to lh mont d.llcalA ronstltutlon. Am t liaMQt ta nlivf. tak.. aafc.circctual. ami clra lmmMluU) onlen-t&Iar m throushnc&rcacdru t, or tiyiiialt. gimplo li)iM.nfi ilal. Aditrfu THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., AND PURIFY hhsW'Lijh Bitters DyspcpIa, q a mm THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. ((,Nir 1, 'M"NiV,( .f .If Collar O StfQlKMt Ottlclal r:n1orciiiriil-ISI'Lc.f (ln r.iiu- fclffinii tiy ilif ttii vUtt( llfjfle Uoiiw iltli in i' rnn f un cmiu! it ItM'OTti,MiKJ rtiH . ii i IT CURES 9 h S C liuuraiKiu, r o4riiir lri'llciil( ltl t it liunilrrUn if ilui iiuliit mIi uni lMllam r lltiiuountU lit tv Artlial llul UIMUHVi:iIN( No Text li 'in Mat to r r n is g Malaria. Nervous aliments jj a women's :ompiatnis. a Constipation, Impure Blood, Kidney and Liver 2 Troubles, a T - .an a t iif llm Imrlltirill I rrllr 4t1ii. l i ! tHUi intJiir.Nr in hi ok uoiimt.s m. in r.t'HIIIVN i:VIHM1IU.H ti "liirlt ev, una ttn nt thrltui1 in.. Mt jn tlttx I ull CliM h. ! tin tuAdnf HlftliOKt S;mlirim-ii- t mrtnirnt l.f 1lllMVMll tt'i mim rt iri ' i r II end oT tuiliH1 tt IIik-- unimit tl i xrri mn a book lr-- tporur,, i (rum ttiu author! Ulv-a- Vrin tpU (uiiipiiiiM'Tlio WurM . p t mm n itt- 'Ht f it- - tii tu OTd.OOO.UD TK.,i:llt trilYiii Pi'fnTtmctit rm llmlnnnl u rn 1' line mj aiht Ih-iI milti Onl.v .Sell (Mil III tlio liAitway y t )lm for INSTUUC I.MM 11)111. llt.KTirAI (Iam t itrli, TION toil t ptrttii tn- till Tt lluirniilPO niiui Illreatit M.u win nl litruUh') ly ll.lll VU.iuin n l,.n .t.diir pr(tlrnl KRtfm u ( in f tit mtt t llu InatrufMitJiiTWKiiriuicr Urn I, i:trrtrlo l.lclil Valcn. wih m uri ittliin 1 lit largMt nml mwt t'olten'' ltullUn rorfrtth Ilultte .itloitu ftw, diln I'll .triiii-il III' prM iilr.l, tluil inir ntiiii-lt-i i t ii llii'Soutli. '. t C'AIillAV.N. ( 1'flticlpul, I.oxliiC(Oii.lty ELEC?R5 TEIF.PH0NE llnpr i i t N t I 'i i i uitt hi irt ticiciuvita tst in h ,1' ( I ' ry l i.,n , , .1 i i,'it i i ..titifiiogirrtfnrf1" ll it. T. - , vyaaBattitia llm- - . r t t ' t W. P llanhoiU, .in. ' .' ' " . ll(4 i ntutiff mi r ii .Clerk 10. Cotumtut i. B l '1KM ,' n t t,. t fir U WE HAVE HPJffiENTg ut wnoleiulo lnuua lllpttnrlltlculur vanmlnltluu liforu .alt. KmrythltiK wannntril 1 1111 aljrlfiof furl liltf.-a- . Ht'at'lnal lllirm...ll hi1... Itlillna Hiuldlc. Vri 0 rnrrnlAlmniu ELKHART.,, iiiiiHiiiurr Carriage A Harness Kin. Co. Clkharl. Ind. V. U fR-tT- tvey. IDr.. Eyo, 'Zar, OfTiof 4 16 Up, pi. : . Gamaer VI .Y- nnt! t T roat. . 11 tt. $mwf&Jk THE QUICKEST LINE b'TWEEN Ulrtrt CuruiKtlasM Tor CISCIHKATI AMD THE EAST. rrs Direct MsWlVaM And California. It rVTiji In " Mfslco, iMIaiU3lM4, UullnR,' Arkansas, 'Oklahoma, IV.a, FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. JUMAK BUFFBT SLCCPERS. V U fur lurotmatloM tlu wkeMptatM, 0 J .! sown, to the nearest agent ( U. K. A ' s. a. HATCH, etiitctcin KY. Here are eight the longest words in the English language at the present writing: W will ItiitiUU on the Daily and WikScj; Fhiloprogenitiveness. Mil d.iy Cou.ier Juuittal and Tub THC for one c.u lor $8,25 Inconipsehensibleness. uiri Disproprotionableness. u.-tion, tried without result everything Suticonstitutionalist. .. y ur n. s'IiUorhood tins itasoit che tlitn bought one bottle of Dr. Honorificibilitudinity. i.AKT OU Kit t' s Niw Discovery nnd in two Velocipcdestrianistical. 5EBSR He is naturally week' was cured Transubstantionableness. El u Ervssi ui liiM uua ij;, 1. iin, th.rikhtl It is such tesults, cf which Pioantitionsubstnntionist. uCaVSlurariifaJi tl.cse ..re samples, that prove the . '1 cf wh'ch are described and In our lvautiful and entirely wouderliil tfficacy ol this medicine in Robert Laughli n.lhe Bracken counNew Catalogue for 1 896. A new otighs and Colds. Free trial bottles ty beast, says he had been criminally .eature this season is the Free .t Williams & Bell's Drug Store. intimate with his wife's niece for of Seeds at Cataiofrue prices to r 0j,. w iaC- f2!Th''En-"-s anv Post OilUv. This New Cata Regular size 50c and $1.00. some time nnd that he killed bis wife will mail on receipt of a logue" we when she found it out and then killed stamp, or to those who will state wnere tney sawwis advertisement, we Representative Rvans introducted a the girl who had witnessed the kill1 uunoirue win dc mauea bill to appropriate $500,020, or so ing. Realizing the enormity cfhis much ns might be necessary, for the crime, he has sought religious advice HENDERSON & PETER erection of n monument in the city of and is now prepared for the fate that )ir- - 3 5 & 37 Cor tUndt Et. , He w York. ' Washington to the memory of Abros surely awaits him. mr r t smi . ham Lincoln AdvkutisingI Why advertising is Children Cry for A great many people ate influenced only in its fancy, sir! Ten years front by what others do, and that is one of now the art will have so developed ra the ransom why so many lake Sim- and the field so broadened nnd exJ. r. oinns. L m. nee. mons Liver Regulator. "I wassufTer-iti- g tended that the people will look upon greatly Irom Chills nnd Feverand us and account us slow and wonder 11 IF YOU WANT THE BEST PRICE m& m 1 the more quinine I took the wotsc I how we got along with the little ink for your TOBACCO, Ship to felt. Iwns told of Simmons UverReg-- u we used "to aid the wheels of trade." RICE & GIVENS, ntor, by a ftiend in Arkansas, and Not only will the advertisements be didn't need to take much of itbelore larger than they are now, but mote I relieved." Byron people will see the necessity and adwas entirely !r-- JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. .TOBACCO vantage of using the newspapers. WARRANTED. PHICEEOctS. Bradley, Tallahassee. Fla. oai th,Iii.b.1Nuv.ic1i;j. Philadelphia Call. WAREHOUSE, Tliiitlc.nicn -- Wk r ill Inal joar. CO) botllca ot The above is endorsed by all those There are n Conjrtts forty cnitrrs, S Cllll.l. '10.MO oncl liaia (HIOVLN 'i'AKIl.i.l.-mr iiusri itr. in miliar in. louulitturru 11 .i.i.t In tU.i The list of whose business today quality them to c iiHtors and printers r.. 002 to 008 W. Main c'nu buliiUfA. lurr luiiuuiL' Id t .111., VIB.I P.li..." mnnra nnnriii IWII.BII. I Mstsrs ' Dingley, speak thus. 'e'ltotH u jjur 'tuul uurstniir. AIUl A, CO. Austv,f Louisyillo, Ky. llou'tllt, Barrett, QuUg nnd Cum Vox talc by Williams & Hell Sieilnl Xmleu In tho I'nlillr. mtpgH, and Senators, Chaudler, Haw-lean JHTMrtViSsH AX. I am prepared to furnish to the pub-- , 1'iitcluid, llut.er, Feffer and lie undettaker's supplies front n $5 Mantle. pauper coffin to $35 linecoffin. These MI t goods will be sold btrictly for Cash or . Fnnjriflr"!? i. i rrj j IT'S A LEAP Iff THU DARK. three (3) names (90 days) bankable usually, u lien you got out b0 H,jMiIJeLj to get "something for your note, negotiable and payable nt the HACiTJ. blood." Bank of Hartford. Said note to be FREC SAMPLE TRCATKNT. Dr. Pierce's OolJen Medobtained and all Pat. fCavtati, and To Drove that we hate a t tiulfif ical Discovery gives you a subject to my approval. If cash is eintkuuncucomluctcdlor MoorrMYC rue. htrmlcii and certain cur f r tc proof. Its makers say that sent with order I will discount the oprosur; u, 8. PATtNTOrficiJ ioun orncctauro oplutu ana Morphine 11 1' if x.cxi .jadMamni. naieutin leas una than tbuaeC as a blood purifier, orH cna (rce tample If l m k , Crcmota Irom XVaiMnslon. prices ol a.iy coffins, &c., 10 per cent., tivu-icjracaneiofinyoueii iut bind moJtl, draTns nr photo,, vrtth dcicrip- It It isn't tho medlclno for to be cured. CorresiTti ' Jtlon. Wo advise, if ratentablo or not. frta ot tiii. A'MreiiaoLnrNrjr i:co., Ion, they'll roturn tho otherwise will accept note as nbove firarge. (lur feo not duo till rutent ts aexured. money. V.Ccr.RKtftrm."!. S A Pamphlet, 'ltow to Obtain rateota,'1 with which I will hold ten (10) days sub-jeIt's otmranfmJ to euro co.t nt aojne in the U, b. and torcisn counlriei or benefit. In the worst to 8 per cent, discount if paid in Junt (rce. Address, Bkln, Kcalp and Bciotul-ou- s ten (10) days. After the expiration AtToctlons. "JWb onit TutiinrH of ten days it will be loiward to Bank Knml. r.lntoJn Co.. !'.Mer. i OPP. PATCNT OrriCC. WASHINaTbN, D. C. L pts sclentllkally UVWWWWWWWW'VWWWWWWV Da.It.V.rincEi Kir- -l havo a, boy and iStuI tieatoil and was a solid ninM of sores over bis arms who of Hartford. Please don't send for n cm oil without tlio Unifo. Alio fcerefula, loirsanil tmcU from the time ho was alx months coffin without sending the cash or Kczoma. ami all forms of and Female old until hn hi lite cars old. I Kavo blm Dr. t'lcrcfs (Inlden Jlnlloai Dlsepttry and Ur Grtitluiiy illscusos uccesfullytri!iteil personal or written authority to sign t ir-vI'leasant Pellets. He has been well now for a ra '"'.'' him practiced In Clncluum I over twonty-flvAft tl. tr.10 over two tears, rnur buttles of Dr. Pierces l three fit cood names to tioie. The vunrs. unit hu tiei nine tinttiuutlv V.vi tlcliiff rhf alotan fit tt) leurt t xn rltiucc. Discovery made a Hunt euro (InMen Medical Ni.lij.1 ntf laurtl. i.'nil in (1 In Uiotinitmontntiilcurocif those t.iu.ttisd. of bun. above terms must bestrlctly complied MiHiarvina. win.sii'i. r ihhjuuhmi. iiu ou will Una rnniptilHt sent froo In yours, P Ort only ttis (rcnnWc It J crosteJ re J Jj Iimjoii theMaiipi.r. J y crown chcvicalco. Baltimore, mo. S ! itHttJCEsntrcr.EwyouKcny. J i m mmm Mrs. I'hoeby Thomas, of Junction City, 111, was told by her doctors she had Consumption and that there was no h.pe for her, but two bottels Dr. Kiiiv's New Discovery completely cured her and .she says it s.aved her life Mr. Thomas K?gers, 139 Florida st Pan Francisco, suffered lioiu a dtetdful cold, approaching Consump Too I.lsra. I'rfisrnmnip. dlcuss-In- g Of the Musical Entertainment to le the propriety and practicability of farmers putting their names 011 their given at Beaver Dam houses or barns, that all persons night, March, 14: pissing may learn ol the place of hab"Great Inter- t. Orchestra. itation of each and every farmer of Ocean," March. the country. It would be a great sat(comic) "And Her 2. Sono. isfaction to travelers and a convenGolden Hair was Hanging Down her Back," Miss Sadie Austin. ience to those seeking country people on business Jit. Sterling Gazette. "At the Cir 3. Orchestra a a, cus," Galop. How ottcn do we try, and perse4. Violin Duettk. "Sleeping vere in trying, to make a sort of neat Beauty," Miss Attie Austin and show of our good qualities, without B. C. Scott. anj thing within to correspond, just (comic) 5. Vocal Duettk. like children who plant blossoms "Simon and Ruth," Marie Auswithout any roots in the ground to tin and Ivan McKenney. make a pretty show for the hour! C. Orchestra. Waltz, SweetWe find fault In our lives and we cut heart. off the weed, but do not root it up; we find something wanting in our7. "A Home for Two" Song, selves, nnd we supply it, not by sowby Miss Annie McKenney. ing the divine seed of heavenly prin8. Piano Instrumental. By ciples, but by copying the deeds that Miss Virgie Hocker. the principle ought to produce. 9. Tin Whistle Solo. "PlayThe Agricultural Appropriation mates Reeb," B. C, Scott. Bill, carrying the sum of $3,158,162 Good Tem 10. Orchestra. has passed the lower House of Conplars, gress. Secretary of Agriculture, Morton, made an effort to have the approif. Song By Miss Attie Austin, "1 Told Him to Stop But he priation for seed left out, but too Wouldn't." many of the members rely upon this supply to placate their rural 12. Cornet Duette. it to be repealed. By Profs. Scott and Hoi- oman ilUrl' Tbe tide ol emigration irom the Sultan's 13. Piano Duette. b(&ard stricken northwest south- Band, March, Misses Attie Auswardcontinues without abatement. tin and Virgie Hocker. Hundreds of emigrants are arriving "You arc the Girl I 14 Sono. daily ift 'Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee Love," By Miss Gertie Monroe. and Mississippi and the local papers Grand March 15. Orchestra. in those States are making weekly "The Standard." notes of the arrival of large numbers 16. Vocal Duette. ''Mr. and of Northwestern people who are seekMrs. Thompson," By Misses Attie Austin and Virgie Hocking escape Irom rigorous winters and er, (comic) drouthy summers. aai "Help the Poor and 17. Song Tjikrn lis Time Needy," B. C. Scott. Hood's Sarsaparilla has achieved 18. Orchestra. '.a.oo, Galop. great success in warding off sickness Katis, By Miss Mar- 19. Song. which, if allowed to progress, would gafet Clark. have undermined the whole system ao. Orchestra. Shot. "In and give disease a strong foothold to the Push." cause much suffering and even threat21. Song and Cake Walk. en death. Hood's Sarsaparilla has 'Laugh j o' Little Niggahs," By done all this and even more. It has Ed Johnson. been taken in thousands of cases "Burglar Proof Farce. , 22. which were thought to be incurable, Alarm," which will be well worth the price of admission and after a fair trial has effected alone. bringing health', strength (CAST ) and joy to t he afflicted. Another ims Squire Grimes . . B. C. ScoTf. portant poin t about Hood's' Sarsaparilla is that its cures are permanent, Mabelle Grimes (daughter) Miss Attie Austin. because they start front the solid Canvasser Proce Hunt. foundation of purified, vitalized and Negro Assistant . EdJohnson. enriched blood. But it is not what we say but what Hood's Sarsaparill a 20 minutes fun; don't miss this. does that tells the story. SIMMONS LIVER Liver Remedies. Be sure you get it. J. II. Zellln & Co., l'lillnilclpiila, la. PROFESSIONAL CARD. OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess Special atnnd adjoining counties. tention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. JliN.N.ilteiili, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, (Office, over Anderson's Bataar.) J.N. It. Ueilrtlnif, LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. Cjl Jaaaaes uftw.S3aa.ltl1, piBY M. L. JT AW constitn-e;nt3ito,allo- IIAItTFOIlII, KY. w "Le-land- ," ' . Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t Office cast side of publii collections. square. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Kiforneys at LavO HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky, Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will practico bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining Also Notary Public. counties. Office, in Commercial Hotel. K. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. W K. BARNES Hartford, Ky. WILL .... w nm Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla, vvsmorlcan Stoam LaundrfcY$ Princeton, Docs the practico his profeeeion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office nest door below Commeri cial Hotel. Ky iai '; sjis.wj swi IIlus-atv- 'd finest work of nny Will practice his profession in all th laundry in Kentucky, Tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Goods Careful attention will bo given to al work is all guaranteed. Col nro'not torn up, hut are return- business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office with tho ed in good condition. county Attorney. Also Notary Public Laundry Shipped on Mon- Attorney at Law, nARTFORD, KY, a. dm:. B.i23srETa?, iy day, returned on Friday. BSTHavo your work for me. IlAitTroisi), Ky. Maiivin Brandon, Agt. 3F. JXTES.A.IL,, (Gonniy Attorney) Attorney at JC&w, 3ES. HARTFORD, KY. :&.dMmmMgs ; -.i TASTELESS b lcl a Pitcher's Castorla. 1 I'lleMl I'llr-.- ! Itchlne I'll en. Symptoms Moisture; intense itching and stingingitnost nt night;worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and JNO. B. WILSON, ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's theitching and bleedOintment stops ing, heals ulceration, mid in most HARTFORD, KY. cases removes the tutuors. At drugattention given to col gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac, Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. OHico North side of public spure. Twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars has been cabled to Miss Clara Bartou to be distributed among the Armenians. JB More motley will be fotthcoming shottlv. Will practico his profession in tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney ci Law 1 . ' 111 M Si E. W. Baghy, a prominent lawyer of Paducnh, Ky., saya that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whooping cough when nil things else tailed. I f. PIRTLE B I apva.a Trade-Mar- k y, Qpmi 11 Guarantee by nil dealers. For sale by 'A. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist and Renlrow Bros,, Marrows! Ky, "Hull lu L'liro nil Mi In IIUt'ithCN." Simply apply "Swayue's Ointment." No internal medicine teqttir Cures tetter, eczema, itch, al ed. eruptions on the lace, nose, &c.,leav ing the skin clear, white and healthy Its great healing and curative powers arc possessed by uo other remedy. Ask your druggist tor Swaynr's Ointment, 34 iyr. It's n new remedy lor coughs. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. IT'S IIP Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most Office over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalised air or laughing air administered for painless extraction of colli' ;i strength-restorer- IC.A.SNOW&CO. THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T, B. Qdincev, Drawer ISO, Chicago, Secretary of the Star Accidknt CourANV, for information X rcgardlui; Accident Iniur. auce. Mention this paper. By so dolus you can sate m.mbershlp fee. Has paid otcr fCC0.WO.0O foi accidental Injuries. Bo your own Agent. r Ij I OCT IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY, Bm, u ff1.111.ral lirulUi anil tiaiititlparL'iiiDlciUilL I US slvUiM uml MHlviy Is.lu a Imtonu IL 'IhuuAiiUa cured, ra. tun-easfu- dlxi-ase- B7isa H WHITa.'S CREAM FOR SO YEARS ..n't alwaft. LtKlHTVILLE. Ow'l faaa, Mi. ' PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL rf.iilldoMlalljr. Fat tmrtk'ulara mMr.in,' uim stamp, ,n.w'liir.iiiiiui,iu-- . I'.D CWVriCD I In yonr own nefctiborlioo.) ttiut hv us cured.. Onlou 113 West tiuvenlh St. Address Dr. L. IT. aitATICWY, wjurli Ilcspcctfully Haa lod all WORM Remodlos. GUARANTEED, EVERY DOTTLE bULU 11 V ALT, DUUUU1HTS, rr.aar.4 a, mciiiBDioi aiDiutiio., it. tons. with, 3i.2t Doic BOO Cinoiunatt, Ohio. Rest) y, FiTZiicoit RiAn'ROW, ' ' Hlnes' Mill, Ky, NO mrdicai, examination ncaciREU It 'S 1 DOLLARS TO OENTS ' liat you part with your money viui some reluctance. After Betting money the difficulty is to keep it. Han't it true that you arc constantly . tcnijitcd to part with it. If you ask us if we arc putting temptation in your way, there's nothing lclt for us but to own up, that's just what we arc doing. You know it may easily be as foolish to keep money as it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices in an advertisement convoys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. Hon. Roicl Wclssenger, Senator from tho Louisville District, died at Frankfort Monday. The man who Bays there nro no wiso Democrats overlooks the gentlemen who haro declined to allow the U90 of their naraos as candidates for Democratic Presidential nomination. HARDINSBURG. Miss Kva Hcston has completed her school at Jolly Station and has returned home. Messrs, C. K. Haswell and P. M. Beard, of the firm of B. P. Beard & Co., were in Louisville last week purchasing their stock of spring goods. Messrs. James Gardner and C. B. Miller, who have been engaged in the Democracy is doomed uud an old soldier oilers tho following as a fit ep itaph for the tombstone: mercantile business here, No more wc Republicans at the strain solved partnership. Mr. Of the Democratic harp shall awa- continues in the buslnes and ken the lay; ler will direct his attention We Republicans rejoice that thral have disGardner Mr. Mil- to farm- Nothing flows so trcely from the facile pen of some advertisers as falsehoods. It Is just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to ?i" is no more labor than to tfrite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is deemed more effective. In many instances the phrases "Marked Down!" "Reduced to," "Worth so and so." arc meaningless expressions when "Sifted Down." Quoting an article as being reduced from a certain high price to a specified low price is no evidence of worth unless there be intrinsic value in the article. Good quality and low price must be linked together in order to produce a bargain. It is an easy matter to mention prices, but a very difficult thing to describe qualities the latter must be seen to be correctly judged. If an advertiser could attach a sample oi the goods advertised at a certain price to each copy of the newspaper in which his announcement is published they could see at a glance how near the truth the description came, but as this is impossible, resort is had in many instances to the reckless use of superlative adjectives in describing qualities, styles and values that are proven to be ridiculously lalse when the goods are seen. When you want dry goods, notions, clothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, furnishing goods, groceries, trunks, valises, etc., sec our goods before you spend your money. Yours for best values, J.B. Bm, Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry WESTERriEU, Salesman. . . . $9 00 1 8 " " s 60 St., Louisville, Ky. 4 00 $13 50 Wayne Griffin&Bro., t " 8 " 2 Co 4 00 a Deputy Sheriff cannot hold office .ruggist, and Renfrew Bros.. Nar- $7 00 The people generally are loud in 5 35 1 Miama, Oak 600 their praises oi Hon. John W. Lewis for a succeeding term, while others I 'ows, Ky. 900 think he can. It is our opinion, how2 8 00 Panlsh, Oak 5 10 in the iuterest he has manifested in Administrator's 5oltre. .Books wc ever that Deputy Sheriffs can hold 1 Cheap John, Cherry 2 50 5 00 behalf of the completion of the Locks All persons owing the estate of P. office for a succeeding term as Sheriff 1 Parrlsh, Oak 600 500 less. on Rough River, He has thourough as there Is no statute prohibiting it. B. Davis, deceased, are hereby notifi2 " Mahogony 7 00 5 60 ed to come forward and settle before ly demonstrated to the people that 1 County Chairman Allen R. Kinch-el- oe the first of April, " Oak $1 books for 46c. 560 Cclopedta ot Natural History, 700 All persons he U a business man and is ever look1896. Carra-div- e. Wonder Stories ol History, S.mctification 1 50 a 50 has issued a call for the having claims against the Guitar Cases, Cloth 4 aforesaid to the interest of his people. The ing Holy Living, Taylor Character. Smiles, What 1 Republicans of the county to hold cjtatc are notified to 2 00 " " Wood 3 00 present same to Every Should Know, Iieland Since the Union, Batpeople, regardless of politics, are en1 " T, Board precinct conventions to select dele" 40 50 tle Field and Prison Pcn.Tlic Methodist Arm or.Rc-po- se tie properly proven before the first HAM A. ANDERSON Editor. thusiastic in praising Mr. Lewis and gates to the county convention. in Egypt, Wallace Jean Ingclow's Poems, The day of April, 1896, or they will be Mackcy, the Book nf the Chapter 100 other good Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. all are speaking of him as the busi- precint conventions will be held on lorever oarrea. ness Congressman. Titles. Add 10 percent.1 lor postage it ordered sent He will surely Saturday the 14th of this month, and S. T. Barnktt, Adm's. by mail. Friday, March 13, 1896 1 12 00 Howard, Oak get the appropriation if it can be the county convention will be held on 7 So March, 4, 1896. gotten. Monday, March 16. The object of What a pity that a piece of cold the convention is to select delegate to Pure, rich blood is the true cute for iron cold enough to freeze cannot REfunucANiSM was thoroughly the State Convention, and instruct for nervousness, and Hood's Sarsaparllla be brought into contact with every demonstrated to us a few days ngo,es delegates to the National Convention is the One True Blood Purifier and human tongue used to blacken the pecially the protective system, and if it is thought best to Instruct them nerve tonic. an innocent person's character- the favoring of home industry. The at all. Vrttett Wlnrioni of does us menTried tor Lunacy. Rev. Macey Would There is one thing to be said in case 111 point was the patronuing of give us perfect health Behome institutions. Messrs. Rogers was brought before Judge favor of legislative deadlocks; tbey Ahl Monday cause men see do we and women are not perfect& Taylor, of Beaver Dam, have on a writ of lunacy. Mr. Macey has prove that votes in State Legislatures iin'tt '' medicines to equipped their saw mill to do all been belote the court charged with ly wiso. arc not bought by Senatorial candikeep themselves pctiectly healthy dates with the frequency some people kinds of work, and instead ot sending lunacy on more than one occasion. Pure, rich blood is the basis of god off after finished material they pur- Ai one time he labored under the imhave supposed. health. Hood's Sar.snnaril! n the chase it in the rough and keep their pression that he had n divine com-Purifier. ' One True Blc.vl It gives msta'a meat is anmoney at home. They have just fin luand to kill his stepmother. "What is one faaTCut this out and bring with you or send it with order and we will allow you a cash discount of 5 per cent, if He good health because it builds upon in five days. other's poison." The action of Con- ished a piece of work for Capt. Cox tried to put this notion into effect the true foundation pure blood. gress on the Cuban question was right that would do credit to any mill firm The jury, however, very naturally! Hood's fills aic purely vegetable, For Hale. The material was concluded that a desire to kill his from the patriotic American point of in the country. Lociis-vill- e A notice for sale in Herald of Feb view, but entirely wrong from the not imported, but was purchased in stepmother was nut evidence of insau- - perltcily harmless, always reliable ruary 26, '96, of desirable property the rough from a gentleman between ity, hence he was discharged ftom and Spanish point of view. foi sale, with or without furniture. custody. Recently he lrnve his wile By thus Hartiord and Beda. Persons wishing to buy will do well and children from hib home unci tli rwt. ; Mr. Cleveland should have taken home industry it benefits the to consult all the parties interested in ened, we understand, to take their advantage of presiding over that big farmer, it benefits the mercbant,gives the sale of said property, especially lives. Sufficient evidence was not YOUR HORSE WITH i home mission meeting to have direct1 People ihould realize that th only GROOM work to the laborer and builds up our before paying any money. The furproduced to convict him oi insanity, true and permanent cure (or their I BONNER'S ed tho special attention of all the own county. 4W.M.St. We are in favor of a hence he was again condition la to bo found In having niture is not for sale at present. discharged. HOUSE CLEANER. home missionaries to the Democratic high system and encourage protective J. S. Vauoht. Mr. W. T. Lopp gave a stereopti-cla- n Owiapiioiio, Ky parly. home enterprise. lecture at the City Hall Monday Beeaos the health of ercry organ and No flies, fleas.mosqultos ordice. Gold Crowns Wanted. A few wide-awa$5 to $7 The great prosperity of tho coun dandrufi, Uhu ot the body dependa upon the Removes and white. dirt. Leave skin agents who are not afraid to work for Porcelain Crowns We make the following extract night. His pictures consisted alto3 to 5 gether of Artie and.Alaskian scenery. try, nbount which some Democratic from the Jeffersonvillo putty ot th blood. Th whole world S101 soft Best set ol teeth (no better made Times, regard 00 for any case of Mange it will good pay. Apply to the Busy Bee knew the standard blood purifier la He gave a history of the pictures. no matter how much you pay) . f 8 editcrs write, is evidenced by such ing not cure. Dr. C, 0. Jones, who will lecture He also gave Agency Co., at once, Hartford, Ky. Gold fillings an exhibition ot Esquire iup things as the appointment of receivSi ,is Iriution, rubbing. Flnefor cllp at the Methodist Church next Thurs- Costumes and Arctic Curios. Silver filling 75c I horses. I The ers for the B. & 0. R. R, once one Extracting, pet tooth day and Friday nights: jjc Maif md tail cleaner of the world. affair was well attended and well likof tho most prosperous lines in tho Painless extracting with Vitalized Why your No matting. "Tho Subject, 'Sweetheart and Wife,' ed. Rodin Hood. Air country. 50c Keep hair fine, softandsilky. A hair was handled in a masterly manner. Extracting free when Artificial own'Middlf-man- ? k rower. NO CltEKK. Teeth are ordered. Office permanentDr. Jones is a forcible, logical, and Omrier-Jonmin summing TnE Mud will not stick. The meeting, which was in prog-res- s And theit.'ore It la tho only true and No Pay but ono Droit between maier and ly located speaker, and held the in shedding. up the political situation in the 4th reliable medicine (or nerroua people. naer and that a email J cut one. at Mt. Hermon for the past four Hoiacf omed in less than half the Our Dig 700 Pa a Catalogue and Bayer close attention of all present. It Bake the blood pars and healthy, The weeks, closed Sunday, with good reDistrict says there are only two cans Don't stop your paper because you Oat prorca that It poaslblo- Weighs t j. cat thus care nerronsness, nuke to didates forDclegates from the District lecture was full of amusing anecdotes, sults. There was 31 conversions and dcscilbos i pounds, U.000lt illustrations, orer to 030 arc going needengage in some business. Arm and strong, rite awett A tone: Hrmles; removes stains. tk servei price of and tells theone-profand all who heard it were well pleased. reclamations, 24 sanctifications and 10 You will Ktep h i from fading. the paper's support, to the Republican National ConvenTlgor, a food appetite, lep, mental articles, everything you use. We send II Tor ttcents; that' not for tho book, bu. Half gallon perhaps. You may rest assured that perfect digestion. It dot all thla, and Kxpen ; ' ut a trifle. If we are not mistaken Mr. Jones baa a sequel to this lecture joined thechurch. The neighborhood tion. to pay part ot the postage or eipreasage, it will assist you all it can. are Scrotal, Koiema, or Bait Rheum cleans lnuse 120 times. By its use for entitled, 'Lover and Husband,' and it was greatly revived. Sunday School two about and keoD off Idlers. You can't get It too there are and all other blood dlieaiee , became It horpr li is roat like velvet, Also used quick, on nd dogs. For milk cowsit's every county in the District, but 13 hoped that arrangements can be wa3 organized in the morning, electBallards Baking Powders is the best Makes , MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.. 11 valuable in fly time. Hon. J. S. R. Wedding heads the list made for him to deliver this at an ear ing W. Q. Park as Superintendent. Tb.Stor. olAlltb. People on the market and you get more for Ark .tUis for Bonner's Horse Clean- - Iiii6 Mfcnlgaa Ave., Chicago. We predict a good Sunday School at ly day. and is the best man to send. your money. i. Mt. Hermon this year. Will hliiu half gallon (Jreeti Ilestl. err word we have (Met lion this paper) on receipt of Jr Meaua Drove .Mr.. Miss Carrie Carson Is quite ill at Imauivary conversation: Mr. Patented aaid. Thousand of voluntary teatl- I Mrs. Ella Scott Green, wife of this writing. T 01.151)0 SPECIALTY CO., B gf& "ps00 to SOo.a rod (or fence when ou can make tho Cleveland "Olney can't you dig up luunuiu tuiij cDtauu.M hiiv lac. in. Lafayette Green, of Falls of Rough, 31 I) Toledo, Ohio. Revs. Cain and Cook began a series BEST W0VEN WIRE FENGE 0N Sarsa-parill- m aume old question out ot tho archives Use UoiiM.r'3 HoofDressing and Barn Horae-HIgGrayson county, died there Monday of meetings ntShinkle Chapel SunPIr nnd Chicken Tluht, Wjq M W of the State department, about which Dust. Mrs. Green was one of the day night. The outlook seems good, morning. . I A " and boyvr .m v1-- 1" ic can make nUUf 1 can raise a storm A man in this country, n from 40 to eo rods a dor. and most beloved ladies having quite a number ot penitents Be Sure I'or Nnle. without, tho slightest danger of bringOver 00 atvlee. m.n.ii. nn 11IT One s,chotiiii.hip in the Lexington at the altar the first night. Illustrated Catalonus Free. of tho State, having always beeu idento Get Hood's ing on a war?" Secretary Olney College. Call at this office Mr. Claud Watd started home from Ornamental Fence. bran afflicted with neryoui-oewill try," tified with charitable work. Many or p.irtuul.irs. It will pay yon. "Sire, I am not sure, but I Ifyou nave a Lawn nothinain "I hive tf I bcxan to tike Ilood'a fhnapa-rill- a the world would be a substitute forourflneOrnamen-- i years of her life have bean spout in church Sunday night. When he Mr. Cleveland "Do, while I look nnd the first tiottle helped mr." tsl Fence. Beautiful, Durable, strong:, onil Cheap. I went to get in the buggy his horse husPeln Bolvonlzed FENCB WIRE sold to Farmers HJlsaAr.CTaaAY,Cata;Tta,i;cnttirl:y. over ray duck guns and fishing tacklo'' ministering to tho wants of her imvihosis uiiusoi i. iuu irn anu frinn iiav tra. Children Cry for band's many tenants. She has been became frightened and ran away. KlTSELMAN BROTHERS. Dox 02. Rldcovlllo. Indlann. Hood's Pills cure all llior lilt, conjllp.v The horse jerked him down one Von,tIKou.uei9,ile!(beiIaelie, leJlp"iUon.K4 The time for holding the County ill for some time, and tho announce- wheel ran over him. We andhe is hope Convention will soon bo here, and ment oi her death was not altogether not hurt very bad. rjfja sag jKfej. Ohio county delegates should be inalthough it will be deeply '. Miss Lizzie Lewis is visiting a surprise, B her structed to cast thevoto of Ohio coun- felt. sister, Mrs. B. S. Chamberlain, at Mrs. Grcon was tho mother of four this writing. ty for Hon. J. S. R. Wedding for W m mSS 1LJ.I Han Delegate to tho National Convention children, all of whom arp living. Mr, J. P. Foster has gone to P Ho has been She was forty-fiv- o from the Jib District. years old. Being on business. We expect OperAlnir and Corliss Safe Ketones.- a Republican all of his hfo and has a daughter of tho late Col. Robert W. him home this week. vcsir. mm scrw omrbawsaie THE COBUSS PATENT BAIX SAFE. MOSLER PATENT FIRE PFOOF SAFE taken active intcrcit in political mat Scott, of Franklin county, she was Mr. and Mrs. Alex Carson visited ftnj related to many of the most promithe family of T, H. Carson Sunday. tcrs. ilTOfl'L S. A. N. nent people in the State. The Republicans cannot make a CEBAI.VO. Acquitted. mistake in nominating any oi the Careful investigation reveals thej Dr P. T. Rhodes who was' charged candidates already mentioned for QWmW fact that the prospects lor wneat in v vwv jetr jst President. Everyone of them is a with administering poison to Jared this section of the county are the w tried and true Republican and would Robinson, one of his patients, last worse for this time of the year known iJi summer was acquitted on examining - I ' H"! Gov. Braddo honor to his party. trial at Owensboro this week. Dr. lor several years. Wv? ley is loved far and wido for his magMiss Pearl Brown, South Carroll-to- r, Rhodes has many friends in this counnificent race in which ho placed Ken- ty, who will be glad to learn that he Mrs. N. B. Pulkerson last visited tucky in the Republican column, and was not guilty of the charge. week. Contractors to the United States Government, Kentucky Delegates will bo instruct Misses Iiddle F.verly and Mabel ri. !. 'TKClF.f'ATIONR AND KSTI.MA'I I bows OWNHR8 OP Contractors to tho Mexican Government. FlMtNWHEDON ALUCINIKJOF relatives in cd to vote for him. books lor collecting Maddox are visiting We have tax Mosler and Corliss Patent Hafesm l. N'K VAULT .V rUFKTY DEPOSIT WORK Moslor &CorllS8 Patents. tax in country districts. Call at the Rockport. uso oil over tho World. A Fill,-- : AND ItUUOLAH PROOF SAFHS.KTC. Mrs. Blanche Jones who has been RwunucAN Office and get a supply, You can keep a record of your work quite sick la better. Hioadway, Corner Dunne. Chicago, IIKN0.207 Wabash Avenue! NVw Y tt rl) , No Boston, Mags., No, 19a Devonshire St. TutMOoud. Couth B ltort Is Um.Syria. Vr druilML The very thing ' Miss Laura Vantrlp, South Carroll- Ijl4 Brl as you go along. 9 Cincinnati, Ohio, Southwest Corner 3d and Vine Street. Kansas City, Mo No,6ai Delaware St, St. lint's, Mo , No 304 Noith Fourth Street I , No 338 North Mala Street ton, fw visiting Mrs. J, W. Baker, Los Audi's, Hauillton.Oblo. FrovIdtac,R.I.,and all other principal cities In the United States and foreign Countrie. Pp ' you need. Prom the spirit has now passed Miss Pannie Smith has gone to away. Louisville to have her eyes treated by Cheatham. Wild times at Frankford now ev- Dr.Messrs. J. W. Teaff and John T. Tho Houso has unseated ery day. Hoben, who have been in the dry Kaufman and tho Sonato retaliated goods business for several years, have by unseating Dr. A. D. James and combined and will continued business Dr. C. J. Walton, Senators. Blood under the firm name of TeaQ& Howas looked for and men stood ready ben. to draw their guns on a moment's Rev. S.W. Shelton preached a most notice. No United States Senator excellent sermon Sunday morning at elected as yet. Lively times expect- the M. E. Church. He took his text ed. from Islah, Chapter LVII and verse 15, which Is as follows: "Por thus The Frankfort Capital editorially saith the High and loity Onc.that speaking of Hon. C. M Harnett says: eternity, whose name is ho"We are meddling a good deal in I dwell in the high and holy Republican politics recently, maybe, ly. because our own political pool is so place with Him also that is of a e muddled, that we don't know exactly and humble spirit to revive the "where we are at." but. we will take spirit of the humble and to revive the advantake of thecomplicated occasion heart of the contrite ones." Eternity to say that Representative Barnett, of Ohio county, has authority to draw was tnc principle theme of his dison us at sight for endorsement of him, course and he deeply impressed his as a gentleman, a first-l- ass Legislator hearers with the importance of being and an all around good fellow; barn prepared to pass from this world into ring his miserable politics." the other world which will exist as Mr. W.T. King, a former resident long as God himself. of Hartford, and a business man of As to Dehjtv Sherifp. There much ability,acd a Republican of the has been some discussion around and true-blu- e about the court house of late as to style, is being strongly solicited to make the raco lor Congress whether a Deputy Sheriff, now in ofin the 7th Congressional District of fice, can be elected to high Sheriff at Georoia. Mi. Kinc has manv friends the next county election. The law hero who would be glad to see him sue- - trery Plalnly provides that thehich ceed, and should the Republicans of ouc" " cann01 noia omcc ,or a suc-hi- s District choose him as their stand- - - cefuS l"m e,ther,M sheriff r D-is a,,!1Bt hwever' bearers, he will do more than any puty Scrifn otherman to carry bis District. ! con-tritard join of pain, ing. Mr. Verge Curtis who has been Hv- log near Ccntcrtown forthc last year, to his farm near here. J Mr D' ,D.lackbu". ' fcvansvllle, uns inovcu ncrc. Mrs. Julie Bishop, Centettown, Is visiting Mr. J. W. Mclntyrc's family. Mr. J. W. Addltigton, a f irmcr of nearSmallhousc, committed suicide Friday week by hanging. He went to his barn, secured a rope tied it to a rafter in the barn and swung. When he was discovered hewas dead, with his feet touching a pile of corn. He leaves a wile and eight children. Miss Daisy Kirabley, Rockpoft, is visiting relatives here. A. '"ub"k w.s.& 100 i-N- -f Atyysffs OUT 1 well-to-d- o CLOSING Pictures to be sold in 100 hours, at actual cost. Get one. Glass Frames vorth Jti.oo and $1.00 (or 35 and 50c. SALE 1000 IS 00 For Cash Continues with Renewed Interest. " ' ' 630 10 25 it 25 3 75 1 1 1 1 Wall paper 3, 5, 8 and 10c. NEW SPRING GOODS. Fine Wall Papers, Gilt, 6, 8, to, 15c and up. Last year Patterns at halt price. SEE THEM. Onr Musical Goods are going fast at the Closing Sale Prices. Guitars, $1.50 up to $5 20. Mandolins, $3.75 and up. New Mouldings, new 35c photo frames. Our prices are cut on all lines, as we want to reduce this stock before moving across the street. OUR BICYCLE AGENCY ts right In the swim. "Teddy" Helmke will show you the FREEMAN and EMPEROR, at a very low price and oq favorable terms to good parties. Cash or credit. All Warranted Rose Rlcca, Rose Parrlsh, Oak 1800 6 00 " " " . . . . 500 8 00 2 75 330 5 35 11 While no physician or pharmacist can conscientiously warrant n cure, J. C, Aycr Co. guarantee the purity, strength, and medicinal virtues of Ayer's Sarsaparllla. It was the only blood-purifi- m 1 1 Oak Antique Mandolin Case, Clo th a 00 admitted nt the great 1893. ACCORDEONS. Accordeon 5 00 World's Fair in Chicago, " 3 50 1 CnatrMor. I will be at Field & Holbrook's sta blc in Hartford the first Monday in each month until May, also the first day of Circuit Court. I castrate stand-n- g 00 4 00 5 50 4 00 3 3 50 90 4 35 2 50 1 275 4 00 4 00 90 75 3 00 2 and tic the artery with Surgeons which is absorbed in four days. The only safe plan. Rldgellngs carefully operated on. Terms reasonable and satisfactions guaranteed. L. T. Barnard, cat-gut, 500 5 5o 3 60 She 1 25-- 1 2t Beaver Dam. be wondered at that Ayer's Pills are in such universal de- It is not to mand. For the cure of constipation, biliousness, or any other complaint needing a laxative, these pills are unsurpassed. They are sugar-coate- d, easy to take, and every dose is eflec tive. for the benefit of humanity. My daughter has been subject to severe colds and croup and often taken with violent coughing spells at night. Dr. Parrlsh file ;,' Pint Carter's or Stafford's Ink 1 Rubber Ink and pencil Eraser and Brush 1 Automatic Ink stand 1 Spiral Pen Rack 12 Good Steel pens 1 Bottle of Red Ink 1 f arrish Office Oalfit. 35 440 ... 35 10 35 10 10 5 5 10 10 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 VIOLINS. Paganni, Cherry Violin, Cherry " Walnut " Cherry 5 00 5 50 15 00 3 00 3 25 10 00 4 25 3 00 2 50 75 2 2 1 Bottle of Mucilage Good Lead Pencils Good Penholders " " " " " Ruler, brass edge " " " " " Boys' size This testimonial is unsolicited and -- Well wotth, $1.50 1 " Walnut Cherry 7 00 5 00 5 00 1 25 7 00 5 00 315 2 1 1 1 l11 aWSEND for rSLOO Octsix. US YOUR ORDER. Reg. Sale price $6 00 9 00 2 1 " " " " " Boxes, wood 50 4 00 4 00 35 2 1 2 60 50 90 75 35 8 2 Paper boxes Violin cases, cloth " 'T " Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only preparation I have founn that will relieve her. I think It is as necessary in the house-hol- d as a Hie preserver on a steamboat. Res'y, Tan. 18,1895. 202 W.Bridge For sale by Z. B. L. 3 50 50 1 50 35 1 " Jessel. No. on hand. 1 Cincinnatus, Mahogony 1 Lakeside, Oak Tan 1 Parrisb, Mahog price BANJOS. 1 Banjo, 30 Bracket 7 00 5 00 We have a great many cheap arc closing out at cost and Hartford Eepublican MANDOLINS. ALBUMS from 20c up to two dollars and fifty cents. Baskets, all kinds and sizes at cost for cash. See those nice pictures at 25c each, worth 50c not permit to in white frames. Want space will you good. and tion everything,but come and JOBLOTOF50PHOTOGKAPH Mi-- TTsT- - EL 5c 1 IsT. PAEBISH, I.St. Owensboro, Ky. Main Nervous Dental 11 Pure Blood Sarsaparilla Hood's I not bt J - I Pure Blood Cures eci M oocrs I PPB M" llxw W h, g, Emfl best-know- a' nut-incu- s a. 1 Pltoher's Castorla. Tfl jf le ER SAFE COMPANY 'heVlosler l'? N'-- BH ,; V . t A Sufferer w.ih two Cured I Call on Bulllngton, thclnrbor. Bros. & Tobacco, cotton, nt Fair Clothw that look well, fit well and wear well nt Fair Bro & Co's. Mr. ROWE THREATENED, Had a Narrow Esoapo irom an Iniurlatod Crim A FAVORABLE Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. IT BLEW Phew! how it hlew 'round our way yesterday. The wind the snow tho elements conspired to make our sales drop away helow the aver age. We, therefore. have to double our sales the coming week, and in order to do so will oiler AVill i3ig Bargains. 13elow we afive you some nrices on iroods we wish to close: goods &; former price 50c 5d in. Water proof 40e,iormor price 50c. in. Ladies clothOOc iormer price 75c. 5-1 Heavy woolen dress Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5c, worth Oc. Fancy ginghams '7c, worth 9c. ' Dark satnes 10 and STOP I2i, worth 15c. Bed bankets 75c, $1 AND and.'25,worth$l50 TJ11NK per pair. 90c, j com Torts worth SI. Bed Ladies 23c, worth Djc. ribbed vest Ladies woolen skirts Just as hoald 99c, worth S1.2. Millincn reduced 50 per cent. Ladies woo' en hose Will Save worth J35c. Money Ladies union suits You 98c, worth 81.25. Ladies and gents overgators 73c,worth It is 2-lc- , SI. Boys boots, size '0,11 Money to me and 13, f r 1, worth L B STEVENS. $1.50. llubber boots worth fj3.fci5. Ladies .75, s heavy shoes 98c, woith SL25. Men heavy jeans limits 99c,worth1.25 Men extra quality laundried shirts 49c. Overcoats that sold lor $10 now $G. Boys overcoats $1 up to $5. Men hats 49c up to 83.50, newest styles. All wool suits $-- up ty $15. 1 4 Extra quality Mcin88.5o. tosh coats $7, worth We are here to do busii ess with you and by fair and honest treatment wo hope to receive your patronage at all times "Wo will guarantee the prices tho lowest and tho quality unI'oine to excelled. aj SCO us. FAIRBR0S.&C0. 'J Ppopmetohs, plarttord S'smple'S" 3-- fashion. Hartford, Ky. Yesterday when the jury brought ed by in a verdict of life sentence for Bird Accidents arehappening every day, Skaggs, it was n good thing, perhaps, Fire is an accident. You had better for Commonwealth Attorney Rowe County Assossor, N.C. Danlal, Mens fine shoes $t per pair at Ifnlr insure your property. and His Corps of Ablo that he was not in the court room. Bros. & Co's. Doputlos. Call 011 V, II. Slniltz for school tax Skaggs called for Mr. Rowe, and his Thoy are the very thing to intentions were to get Mr. Rowe up Complete line ladles slippers nt Fair receipts. Sars.iparllla, would d Ohio county listed fortaxatlon this close to him and stab him with a keep a record ol your work in collectbo sores, provided I Bros, & Co's. knife which he had concealed year 7,857 geldings, mares and colts ing tax, MSJXjBwSnE was a! I vo and nblo In MOST PERFECT MADE. Mr. D. F Tracy, Louisville, was in his pocket. When Sheriff Roberts of common stock and 2,089 mules and to carry anything. To sec the silver and gold stneked A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Valued respectively at from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. Klcht bottles of town this week. was taking Skaggs back to jail he mule colts. up on the counter of the new Ohio Ajcr'.s Sarsaparllla cured me, so lootl cloth These are told Roberts his plan and said he in $299,383 and 89,968. I'retty straw mattings and 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. County Bank reminds one of the that I luivo had no return of tho at Fair Bros & Co's. tended to kill the attorney aud gave cated by voting precinctsnndjustice's dlsc.iso for moro than twenty years. good old day s when money was plen-tllu- l. FERTILIZERS! Mr. Roberts the knife telling him Districts as follows: 'J ho llrst boltlo seemed to reach tho Novelties in dress goods and trim Val No.horses that he did not need it now as he did Precinct. hpot and a persistent uso of It has mings ntFalr Bros. & Co's. The following named persons have not get a chnnce at Mr. Rowe. E. Hartford $14,938 455 perfected tho cure." O. C. Davis, The question ot Fertilizers is one Mr J. W. Tabor, Fordsvllle, lias paid their subscription to Tin: 9,640 that all good farmers arc interested in automa, Wis. 249 Skaggs is a bad man and if he is not W. Hartford been the guest of Mr. D M Hockcr since our lastissuc: J. C. watched closely he will break jail. Beda 13.89S and sooner or later must take an in 383 Wilson, Rosine; W. S. Cole, Barretts Notwithstanding the threats of such Sulphur Spr'gs 410 this week. 14.955 terest In. The history of farming In Ferry; J. F. Felix. Hartford, M. S. criminals Mr. Rowe continues to Magan 17,678 the Old World as well as the oldest 53 Rosine and Sulphur Springs 569 22,059 States of this country, amply demonwere crowded out this Ragland, RosiuejE I. Stevens, A. C. make it warm for the offender of the Cromwell Stevens, II. Stevens, Beaver Dam; law. 11,890 strate the proposition. If soil never THE ONLY WORLD'S FAIR Cool Springs 300 week. U. S Ncwcomb, Owensvllle, Ind.; R. Rockport 413 17.205 wore out or was then Itcv, V. . Jone. Remember the Jones lectures next P. Kcllcy, Fordsvllle; J. W. Mahan, 7,815 the necessity of fertilization would 187 Hartford will soon be treated to Select eYVER'S FILLS Fromoto Oood Digutioa. For West Louisville; J. II Leach, CromThursday and Friday nights. Branch 315 12,355 not co3ic up. But in most Boils the two lectures which will be well worth Horse the benefit ol parsonage well; Geo. W. Stevens, I.ivermore; C. 369 I5.S5 elements of plant food will be drawn your time and money. Rev. C. O. Rosine New Shoes at Carson & Co's. 21,383 out and the powerof Dam 478 Mr. Ike C. Adair, cashier of the V. Miles, Trislcr. Jones, A. M., pastor of the 4th Ave. Beaver 3,983 docs not exist, hence the farmer also Fordsvllle Banking Co., was in town We have lots of tobacco canvas. 90 A short time ago the people of Methodist Church, Louisville, ha3 McIIenry 21,765 expects his labor to be profitable 555 on business this week. Cakson & Co. Hartford spent considerable tunc and consented to deliver his two famous Centertown 248 10,030 must fertilize and the cheapness of imlectures, "Sweetheart nnd wife" nnd Smallhousc M C. French woven corsets sell money cleming up and otherwise For bailed hay call on Field & 11,680 products only increases the necessity E. Fordsville 284 are proving Oakwood Cemetery, and well "Lover nnd Husband" at the Harteverywhere for 75c go until these 8,210 for cheap products and short crops succeed, The City of the ford Methodist Church next Thursday W.Fordsville 220 did they Bros & Co's. Wc carry a lull and complete line of gone at 50c at Fair 367 12,915 would soon ruin the prospects of the dead was for a time a beautitul buryrespectively. Dr. Aetnaville and Friday nights, Mr. and Mrs W. II. Moore and ing grounds, but now, we have been Cakson & Co. Furniture 8,725 agriculturalist. While cheap products 242 is a pleasing speaker, and from Shreve Willie Moore. Sulphur Springs, are Informed, that the gates have been Jones 7,840 would to some extent be oflset by 205 New Fercals and new Calicoes at audience spell- Olaton the start holds his the guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. left open and the hogs have been al8,985 large crops. The only question then Buford 247 Carson & Co's. bound. The lecture is for a noble Ford this week. '4.417 is what fertilizer will pay. All econ427 lowed to run at large in the grounds, cause, the proceeds will go to repair Bartletts 25 pounds N O. Sugar for $1. at 10,080 omical practical farmers will, of course 279 A bill has passed the Kentucky until the lots that are not occupied the parsonage, and this alone should Heflin Canon & Co's. 1,855 husband carefully the home reLegislature amending the Charter of look like an old field. This should bring out a large number of people. Additional list 35 15. I,, nullington is prepared to Taken by Justice Districts the fol sources, by these supplies are InsufCollege, which knocks the be seen after and we call the attention The Ladies Aid Society has the meetHartford give you a quick, easy and close school tax out. This will have a bad of the proper authority to the matter. ing in charge and will do everything lowing showing is made, viz. ficient. Then there is no question Val but fertilizers compound of animal No.horses shnc. eflect on the College no doubt. in their power for the upbuilding of Dis $71,106 matter are THE goods to be relied 2,027 Everybody should hear Hartford We have received a big shipment of the cause. Mr. Geo Klein received a telegram 1,784 Cromwell 71.34 on. In other words "bone" should Admission only 25cts. Dr. Jones. Clothing. We can fit you in most yesterday announcing the death of 72.246 be the basis. Rosine Misses Fannie Barns, Mamie Bar- No reserved seats. i,74 anything that you might want. his brolher, Mr. F. h. Klein, of nard, Lula Walker, Margaret Clark, Fordsville i,3iS 49.370 The cleaner, the sounder the bone Carson & Co. Ouincv. 111. Mr. Klein did not at Buford 33.482 the more plant food to the ton. Mrs. J, T Lynn and children and Mr. 953 COURT NOTES. I We will sell you topounda of gran- tend the funeral because he could not E. P. Barnes spent Sunday in the 1.855 35 The wheels of justice have been Added list We are again prepared to furnish ulated sugar for $1 in cash. 25 get there in time. country nt Mr G. W. Barnes'. going steadily on this week, and a farmers with the old reliable "Horse 7,857 $299,383 Total pounds New Orleans Sugar nt Carson Mr. E. II Patterson, Central City, large number of cases have been disRemember when in need of pine Shoe" Brand of "Bone" and "Corn An average price of $36 83 per Grower,"in which there is no & Co's. flooring, &c, that Rogers & .was in town Sunday. of. The grand jury adjourned posed ceiling, Miss Ollie Smith, Dyersburg, Wednesday evening after looking for head. By districts average price per the numerous articles Taylor arc ready to supply you. We have n 24, 3. 3Jf and 6 in the head is as follows: Hartford, $35.08; which enterinto the cheap Fertilizers, and the work will has been visiting Miss Rora evil doers for over one week. Give them an order er Shoes will Anderson style by Taj lor. Com'th vs. Albert Austin resulted Cromwell, $39.98; Rosine, $41 52; which now flood the country, but be done up in first-chs- s Come and cloiie at $1 and Si. 20. Fordsville, $37.46; Buford, $35.13. It A large number that had the meas- in a hung jury. experienced mill man, Mr. D. their which is guaranteed to be strictly see the Shoes. Carson & Co. There are les are 111 school again. L. Baldwin. Com'th vs. Oscar Whitler gave will be noticed that when precinct animal matter. A dozen years or comparisons are made that Cromwell only a few cases nt present. bond and case was continued. more of actual use of these goods Mrs. Black Leach died at her home Miss Mattie Taylor spent Saturday Com'th vs. Jack Skaggs three comes to the front with 569, with av- have demonstrated their superority, bur- near Cromwell Tuesday and was erage value of $38 76 per head while and Sunday at her home in Liberty. years in the penitentiary. and the farmers who invest in these ied Wednesday at the family burying Mrs Eliza Gray, who has been with , Com'th vs. John Tucker, Lee McIIenry is "tail ender" in number, take no risks. j grounds. She was about 30 years of sister, Mrs. Ringo, Hartford, vis- Chinn confessed judgment of $10 but "on top" when average value is We have refused to take consignage and leaves a husbind and four her considered, viz. : Its 90 head averages ited Mr B F. Cray and family this each. ments of cheap goods, because the children. week. Com'th vs. Will Beard bond for- $44.25 per haed. In the foregoing farmers interest arc ours, and we concalculations only mares, geldings and Mr. E. L Patterson spent Saturday feited. Wc had the pleasure Wednesday of scientiously believe them damaging Don't ou know that it pays to see visiting the large tobacco factory of nnd Sunday at his home. colts of common stock have been in- to ' the purchaser, Com'th vs. Jas.Turpin fined $150. Our mules and mule colts cluded. uheie jou can buy the cheapest? T. S. Marks, and was shown through Miss Ida Maddox, after a short We buy direct fromthe ManufacturCom'th vs. Caney Daffron fined $1 saved is $1 are located as follows: Don't ou know that the entire building by Mr. Clarence visit to her home, entered school $100. er, at the slaughtering Headquarters A merchant buys where he made? No.mules Val ol the World, ship direct in carload Marks. Mr Marks has purchased a again Monday. Com'th vs. Dora Gamons fined Precinct goods at the lowest can get the best Miss Anna McKeuney entertained $100. E. Hartford 78 $3,390 lots, and can sell as cheap as anybody large and selected lot of tobacco this price 26 1,020 in the world. We make no effort season and is now engaged in prepar- a few of her friends Saturday evening Com'th vs. Bird Skaggs 9? years W.Hartford Beda Miss Ella McBeath, Leitchfield.was 42 1,530 however to compete with cheap Fering it for market. He has some of in the "pen." do. you Sulphur Springs 7S 3.725 tilizer. the best tobacco that was grown in with her class last Friday add SaturMagan day. 6,320 142 Keep account of your expenses and Ohio county last year. We have a large shipment just What is the conditionof your lawn? 118 Cromwell Miss RosaTaylorandMr Ollie Smith 5,070 coming in. Call on or write buy closely and see how much you done so, you Messrs. Rogers & Taylor, of Beaver and Messrs. E. P. Barnes and E. H. If you have not already Cool Springs . . 4.550 no have sived in n year. IIockcr & Co. might improve its appearance by inn Dam, had the contract to furnish the Patterson left Wednesday for n 180 . . 8,175 best or Rockport closing it with the finest and shelving, &c, tor Capt. Cox's new . . 1,760 where Miss Taylor and Mr. namental fence made. See the ad. of Select I 37 For Snlo or Item. building. The shelving, table, racks, Patterson were man ied. . . 3.360 A first class business house in 72 Kitselmau Bros. Ridgeville, Ind., in Horse Branch were all made by the above named . . 2,240 Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite Don't fail to attend the Musical to- another column, and write for their Rosine 50 firm, and was superintended by 'Mr. morrow night. You are sure to spend catalogue. Beaver Dam 99 . 4.520 centrally located. For' further par I D. L Baldwin, who has had exten- a pleasant evening. If you don't think so try me 82 McIIenry 3.790 ticulars address J. W. Tabor, Fordsrtrpnbllcnn Contention. bus at theclosest figures and sell at sive experience in such work. Since Centertown Miss Clark was with her music 7.310 ville, Ky. trD. M.Hocker, Hartford, '73 The Republican State Convention the inside of the store has been com- class in McIIenry last week, the very lowest Smallhouse 70 3.130 Ky. has been called to meet at Lexington, E. Fordsville plete it is a "thing of beauty and joy . 6,185 Mr. Byron Barnes has had the grip 125 for the Ky., on Wednesday, April 15, Correspondence must sign their full forever." W. Fordsville Attyk. for several days. 71 3.055 purpose of selecting delegates to the . 3,600 names to all communications sent to Aetnaville 96, On the 23d of this month EHer S Not for publicaWhy suffer with Coughs, Colds and National Convention at St. Louis and Shreve . 5.390 The Republican. 149 F. Fowler, of Madisouville. will begin LaGrippe when Laxative Bromo Presidential electors for 1896. Our Olaton 1,763 tion but as an evidence of good faith. 42 a series ol meetings in Hartford. Quinine w ill cure you in one day. district committee has not yet anBuford . 3.070 We must know who our correspnd 72 Bro'. Fowler is one of the leading Does not produce the ringing in the nounced time or place for holding cannot use their com Bartletts head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put 93 3.515 ence are, or we preachers of the Christian Church in up Convention nor has our Counmunications. Please observe this. in tablets convenient for taking. District Heflin . 1,700 39 ty Committee called a County ConJust received a lot of fine new bug- the State and has many admirers in Guaranteed to cure, or money refundBy Justices Districts these are dis- Hartford who heard his former efforts ed. Price, 25 Cents. For sale by yet we are reliably informed vention, gies at Field & Holbtook. tributed as follows: Williams & Bell, Hartford; at this place. He is a powerful pulthat that it will, precinct conventions Dist No.mules Val Buy one of Field & Ilolbrook.s "II. pit orator and is n very pleasing K. V. Williams.BeaverDam; dcV, we gats her Cutorta. to meet in each voting precinct on wbtn IUby A S Anil, Sulphur Springs; just the thing. Hartford M T " Buggies 366 $15,985 When the will no doubt be greeted speaker. He u a Chll J, tha cried (or CutorU. Saturday, April 4, to appoint dele- Cromwell Brown & Chapman, Centertown; 517 22,905 When tha becuas 111m, tha clung to CutorU. with crowded houses while here. gates to the County Convention which R. E Her & Co , Rockport. We can't be under-solRosine 474 20,990 When tho hiA ChlUren, tha gTe them Outer!. will convene at the Court House in Carson & Co. Fordsville 483 Wnnt. C) A I.oub 19.993 A. It. Notice. Hartford on Monday, April 6, for the Buford We will buy, sell, lease and rent 8,285 Our Job work is always the best All Comrades are respectfully invi 204 of to both lands and town lots. Will also make ted to attend our next Post meeting, purpose selecting delegates Added list and our prices always the lowest. 1,810 45 the District and State Conventions. of lands, Saturday April nth, 189G. On this subscription list is increasing. out and file descriptive lists Our MM Total 1589,968 2.089 and see that day, we shall decide where our Dec- According to call for State Convention &c, lor Inrlothe wMbed wltb th Why don't you join,the crowd? delAn average of $43.06 per head. lOd piece. 10 oo hour tad It the taxes are paid upon same. or ation Day services will be held on Ohio county will be entitled to 22 kno hard werk done. Thtfe uareeora, AUtNl will be noticed that Cromwell DisPure crab cider for sale by F. W. Believing that we have in Ohio coun- the 30th of May. If any neighbors egates and voters. WANTED. EicladT In County Conventions each pre- trict has greatest number of mules 22 6m Pirtle. Hartford, Ky. ty the cheapest farming lands in the hood near a church wishes the honor tl. Write tor term the of hnving the services, they will cinct will be allowed one delegate to and Rockport precinct has greatest We carry a full and complete line Green River Country, we solicit Agency Co., Hartford, Hjr. 'lliny lice" Hartwhile West patronage of all persons desiring to please inform us immediately We each 25 votes or fraction over 12 cast number, CAnsoN & Co. ol Furniture to all have 125 comrades buried in our Dis- for Governor Bradley at the Novem ford has least number.but East Fords Titles sell or purchase lands. Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. Remember that Field & Holkrook lands and lots carefully investigated. ber election '95, provided that no pre- vllle shows best prices for same, the The BestSaivb in the world for trict, and every grave will be decoramarkcinct shall be entitled to less than 2 average price per head in that pre- cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt hnndle the best buggies on the We desire to make our office headted that day. We hone that the peoet quarters for all persons inquiring for ple will see that the graveyards are delegates. This will entitle precincts cinct beine; $49.48. There being 5,612 Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapto delegates to County Conventions voters in the county these tables ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Mr E B Allen has moved his fam-- ll real estate for any nurpose. Office in nil cleaned up before Decoration Day. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures as follows: show that we have a fraction more Piles, or no pay required. It is guarto Hartford nnd Hartford House, first floor, Market This is a National Holiday, and evIrom White-vill- e 5 than 11 horses to every 8 voters and East Hartford Caleb Crowe's house Street, Hartford, Ky. anteed to give perfect satisfaculon or will occupy Mr. er) one should observev . it Our Post West Hartford 3 about three mules for every 8 voters, motey refunded. Price 25 cents per We welcome Mr. T J. SMITH & CO., on Union Street is progressing nicely We now have Beda 4 or if both arc considered together we box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Real Estate Agents family to our midst Allen nnd 30 4t 60 members in good standing. We Bell. tf 4 have a fraction more than Sulphur Springs 14 horses have done a great deal of good among Magan W D Taylor, of Taylortown, Mr. 5 and mules for every 8 voters. An avOnly 8I.ON per Doxeu. our needy comrades. Have buried Cromwell died Monday night March 2, of 5 erage of For the next Co days I will make 432 for each voting precinct our dead respectively, aud in cases of Cool Springs nnd was interred Tuesday 2 pneumonia, and 1 ,989 lor each justice district. Cabinet Photos at $1.98 per dozen; )( necessity, have furnished the entire nt the family burying ground. He 5 This is no doubt too much of this kind Photos at Rockport $1.25; Cards at gSc per dozoutfit. burial Select 3 of stock and we should get rid of the en. was 'in upright, honorable young At Hartford on Mondays, McWe invite nil old soldiers who do 4 surplus and invest the proceeds iu IIenry on Tuesdays and at Beaver man nnd will be greatly missed in Horse Branch uot belong to n Post, to come and 8 , community Rosine his something more profitable. Dam the balance of the time. join us in our good work. This is not Beaver Dam I 5 A. D. Taylor. We want to say for the benefit of 31 4t llnrn llurnril. successful farmer has n political affair, but a charitable McIIenry The 4 those w'ao are Interested that the votMr Ed R Williams' fine barn learned by experience that W. P. Rbndkr, Com. one. 5 ing precincts are numbered from 1 to Centertown bnrued near Pandlse last Saturday some DOCTOR J. C. CnoinniiLAiN, Adj't grains require far differ2 Sinallhouse about midniiiht. There were ent soil than others. 23 as they appear in these tables, and niuht He 6 lliiitltli It Iter l.urliN. East Fordsvllle each justice district, except Buford, eUht head ofhorses and mules and The following letter Irom Hon.Jno. West Fordsville knows that a great deal de4 embraces five voting precincts, about 800 bushels of corn, 5 totis of W Lewis to Mr. J. S. R. Wedding is Aetnaville 2 right planting at the viz.: The first five precincts in table hay, 75 shocks of stock fodder, 25 pends on self explanatory; 2 is No use complainShreve Hartford Justice District, the next ENQLISH bushels of shelled oats, 10 head of right time. My Duar Sir; 3 five Cromwell, the next five Rosine, Olaton corn shelter ing In summer that a mistake sheep, all his gearing, I have just returned from Kentucky Buford 2 next five Fordsville, and the tjext and in fact everything that a first-cla- ss was made In spring. Decide nnd hnve been to the War Depart3 three Buford District. Bartletts The best his farm. beore seed-tim- e. farmer needs about ment and brought away with me the Heflin 2 The printer now says we must stop The loss will amount to about $2,000. time to treat coughs and colds of Engineer in We will for this week, but has promised to let A total of 88 delegates. or germs, recommendation full the Marshal Wootten, of Central City, Is before the seeds, balCoughs, Colds, amount of chaige the call attention to those precincts which us tell something about our cattle and have begun ance of that was telegraphed lor and arrived of consumption and Consumption estimates necessary to com- have no member ot County Commitsheep next week. Is beyond question the jmtest of ill about 2 o'clock with his blood their destructive work. plete the work on Rough River be ap- tee that they will be requested to It will ItOD X rmvtfrn medicine. of Cod-liv- er propriated, nnd this recommendation hounds, but as yet has failed to find Emulsion one or the Committe will apI Cough in one n!ht, check a cold In Mr. Whenever a druggist tells you he any trace of the guilty parties In your selection get an aca aiy, prevent uroup. relieve Astumi, Oil, with Hypophos-phlte- s, bears the indorsement of the Chief point. and curt Consumption If taken In working Republican who is wil- has something justasgood forcoughs, Williams had some fine horses in his promptly cures lung Engineer nnd the Secretary of War, tive, to canvass and organize his pre- grip, etc., ns Dr. Bell's PineTnrllons time. " You can't afford to ba withling barm, nnd the loss falls very heavily and out It." A 35& bottle may save your be gotten. cinct and attend to "other necessary ey don't you believe it, for we guar-an- te throat troubles. Do not if this don't get it it can't life I Ask your druggist for It Send on him. that it is not true. We make Committeemen should not I feel quite elated over my suc-cu- ns duties. cold. neglect your for pamphlet If the little ones have s the genuine and authorize' all drugbe drones, but active workers and SCOTT'S KMULSION hitnendoreJby tin nt the War Department and think Croup or Whooping Cough r rfer.) Hall's Hnir Renewer contains the madid proftuion lor tw.nty years men. Look out for call in next gists to guarantee it. The H. E. i'i turt la eut. lway vntfttm use it promptly. I will we will get whut we want. for the ThliU kKjm. lilt lwyijjjK natural food and week's RurunucAN, but in the mean Sutherland Co,, Paducah, Ky. alw.yi (Qtu iMipurtti tferwiti CoJ tntr QU AllDnttUU. ThruSUtt aja, push the mnttr before the Rivers and time notify all Republicans you see For sale byZ.Wayne Griffin &Bro., medicinal heibs for the 44 HPepko'Hiltu EmuUlon,wtih hair, and of ACKER MEDICINE CO., Inilu on Scolt'i Harbors Coiuuut'ee to morrow to get ready to attend their precint druggist, aud Renfrow Bros. Narrows. mm tni fith. JOJjiH ChtmbtTM St, If, V, tcalp, curing grayness, baldness, Put up In to cent ami $1 oo lUl. Tht imilt tl conventions on Saturday, April 4, '96, Ky. J.no. W.Lr.wis. Very Rcs'y, fHm vtwtww jvt" . Buy bttnouhtacurtyouicouh.rhtpyourbil)y. scalp sores. dandruff, and old, I suffered dreadfully fuom eryslpclaq, which kept growing worso until my hands worn almost luclosi. Tho bones softened i.o thai they would bend, and sovornl of my lingers aro now crooked from this cause. On my hand I rarry largo scars, which, but for " livery season, from tho tlmo Co's. Mens work suirts 25c nt Fair Uros. & Co'h. We want n good correspondent in your locality. h Ilnydt-n- , representing the , jcari Parii Mttflcin Co was in town yes- - SH0W1NG The Statistics of" Ohio County as Compil- tordy. The K. of P Lodge will have work in th second and third degree Saturday night. inal. MS. Infants shoes Bros & Co's. 3 to 6 25c nt Pair w CREAM AYER'S BAKING long-bladc- POWER smr AYERS 'Sarsaparilla Hoi-broo- BEAVER DAM. Ten-nescc- e, Wear-for-ev- Eliza-bethtow- iu Ilt 'rTi? gfe4W am? left Actor's for ' Remedy Scott's se-le- 11 bus-ines- (. color-matt- ..)(:. trUc-nur- k t ypwf'- - i .1 f was missing trom tno chateau, hut lhough no scrvant s(ooa tlicro to no ono was disturbed; ho had taken MMRtJMCmZWiaramHNHMNMnMHMHMMI open It, sho swung It wldo ojxm on his gun, and would return when ho Friday, March 13, 1896, pleased, which wos at nightfall, and its tnnsslvo hinges. A bitter blast of simultaneously with his coming rang cold nlr rushed In with a drcafy, walling sound, and no sleigh stood out the jangling, invisible bells. He found tho family shivering outside, but even ns tho startled girl watched, a clash of musical bells and around tho great flro as if thoy were stricken with deadly cold, liven runtho swift sound of tho steel-shoners filled tho area of snow. Sho Caspar looked troubled und tho littlo turned whiter than a Illy in tho som-'bc- r Clotiido was trying to nssuro him that sho was" not "Oh, no, not tho moonlight, and flung tho door to, least afraid!" affrighted. end Children. for "Flno is tho night," ho said in "Como to tho fire, little one; you "and tho air is tho clear, so havo seen, then, our skeleton in tho you hear-r-oh, so furl Heard you , closet?" W HER , "I saw not any skeleton nothing not, my Clotiido, tho slelghbclls that Hatem.111'0 V Soothing Bytups, anil llropi, Godfrey's lonllil, many nothing, but I heard tho bells oh, como mo with?" most remedies fur children arc compowt uf opium or morphine? "Oh, oh," cried tho ladies of the Mr. A. II. Cratisby is otic of the beat what docs it mean?" Ho Vein Know tint opium nnd Morphine are stupcf) Ing narcotic poisons known and most highly respected citi"You tell her, Agatha," said tho chateau in a faint chorus; "tho bells 1 do mako our hearts to shake," and Von ICiiiiw tint in must count Im druin;llinrq not permitted tosclliiarrotlcs zens of Memphis, and resides ut 153 younger sister. without Libeling them poi ioiii Kerr street In that city. "i am not afraid, said tho girl, they said an audible prayer. "What you mako afraid? Not tho Some yean ago his wife noticed a ' proudly. Tho color was coming back Ho Vim Know that jut sIkmiU not penult ny meJIcttie to be given yourchlM small lump in her breast. She thought to her lips and checks, and her eves bells of echo, that tho wind do bring unless you or our pli) mlan know uf what It is comjosl I ' nothing1 of It. but It increased In size sparkled. It could not bo worso to your door for tho too sweet music? rapidly, and soon broke throitch the Ho Von ICnow that Custorhlsn purely rgctaUe preparation, ami that a Hit of Pah I Ghost it is, not ut all, but tho than tho legends of tho Loup-Garoskin and commenced to discharge. Its Ingredient! Ii jiutillshcit with orry twttle? and tho hills, they do rwhich her unclo had told hcrsinco She 'van at once put under treatment of the best physicians, but thc 'cry sho was a child not so very long mako of tho bells of tho sleighing Ho Von Know that C.Ktoih Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel rilcher. soon found that they could do her no ago That It has teen In ne for tieirly thirty yeara, ami Hut more CaitotU Is now sold than company, tho for the thatbut now sho was a woman mlnu-t-- c stop at echo which 'tis echo good, and simply prescribed antiseptics of all oilier rcai edict for children eomhliiol your door; to keep the place clean. Both her and would not show fear. grandmother and aunt, by the way, "You will now know why our Gas- always this so many years that you Ho You Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States.-anof . had died with cancer, and when appard has dark spells when not cveni think it tho ghosts I" other countries, lue Usual cxcluilvc right to IJr. Pitcher and his assigns tome the word prised of this fact the doctors said that his sweetheart Unclo Pierre was compelled to es11 can comfort htm, why CUHtorlu and Its formula, ami that to Imitate them Is a elate prison offenser they would not attempt to save her; that she was incurable. Although the the shadow Is never lifted from our cape from tho room when tho family Ho Von Kiiowthat one of the reaons for granting this government protection cancer had by this time become lives, and wo cannot bo quito like had accepted his scientific explanaas because Caslorla had teen pnncn to be absolutely linrnitcHH? and her health very low, one of other people. Perhaps you will not tion, which he further elaborated in the most noted specialists of New York then liko Ho Von Know that is overage doses of Caitorla are furnished for to marry our brother, who their native tongue, lie was so overthen treated her. After treating her whelmed with thanks and praises. contH, or one cent a dose? awhile, this doctor admitted that the is tho best and dearest in tho world, So tho shadow was lifted forever but, like us, under tho ban." Ho Von Know that lien poescd of this perfect preparation, your chll Jrtn may be Lcpt 1.11, and that J ou may have unbroken rest ? "It is tho more I would love him from tho houso of Frontenac, and tho if I might, when ho has tho trouble; story which had so sad un ending Wi'll. tlierii- - Uitnu-- ate wotth kuowing. They are facts. but tell me, please, is it thatsomo and was accountable for tho ghost, is longer related as the causeof such wicked souls como back becauso that no Im on ccry Till- - fuc. a dreary effect, and it is now tho they cannot rest?" riltrunt .iroof wrapper. pleasuro of the ladies of the chateau, "Wo know not, petite, but the as it once was tho abhorrence, to ask story is liko this: So long ago, may-bto that not our oldest relation can visitorsand listen to tho "so strango Children Cry for Castorio. out of tho materials of a echo," remember, there was another Gastragedy they havo really evolved a Mrr-T-.rpard do Frontenac, a brave, good comedy. Detroit Freo Press. man liko this one, but and fiery. And you know, tho steep The theory in the treatment ot 'MauncoaDncfarxMcrummEnBWMuni hills that shut us in so high with coughs, ltinsr and bronchial affections tho big ravine tho prcciplco on lias been advanced by the manufactures ,,.,, Louisville. St. Louis & Texas Railway Company. , , These trains run daily Fast bound trains. t cither sido? And in tho winter there ni n- - n!iD0 t:., Atll .lUIII., Ak :13 .1 w. W.. Jt.l .111. I ! Xo. S3-No 5 I STATIONS. No 52. was always snow, and tho peoplo truly a wontlerlul remedy. All dealNo. S4. went coasting and sleigh-ridin- g I.v. U Depot, I.onvillc . . Ar. 1 00 p m S 05 p in with ers sell it on a positive guarantee. 30 p m 7 45 a u S 00 . . . Kentucky Stutt 645 swift horses down those long hills, For sale by Z. Wayne Grifliu & Bro., 2 4S 7 5" S 40 . . . West Point 12 05 out never could two meet, for the dtuggist, and Rcnfrow Bros , Nar7 10 rows, Ky. . . . Howard road was just tho width for ono . . . Willowdale 11 jj sleigh, and tho people all know this, MaaaaMiBUMiWiiiiiiMiBiiiamiiiiiMiHiiMiiiiiiiMivHMa . . Kock Haven n 45 Solentlfio American and they waited at tho plateau on . . . Branch H 37 Ap,ency K"iA fMt tho top, and each took his turn. MRS. A. II. CRAUSnV. . . . . Brautlenbur; 2S "It was my great uncle's pleasuro ISkrou case was hopeless and further treat09 to take his young wife and co out on ment uselehs. "It Is difficult to im. . . IrviiiRton 12 00 agine how despondent we all became," these steep hills and drivo her liko . . . . Webster 1051 said Mr. Crausby, "knowing that she tho wind with a swift flying . . . . I.od lrur 10 42 horse, must die and unable to give her any Sample 10 27 and she loved tho sport and wrapped TV. relief. I had spent over five hundred CAUPTO. . . . . Stephenhpott 10 18 TRADE U1CIK. dollars with, the best medical skill to in furs, with her curls floating in tho Kfiymmm DESIGN PATENTS. Addison 10 13 be had, and felt that there was no wind, a flno picturo tho country COPYRIQMTS. otn. Holt 10 10 further hope. For Information and free Handbook write to folk thought her; and that Gaspard MU.SN & CO, 861 IIROADWIT. MW "One day I happened to read an adOKC. Cloveiport 57 Olilcit bureau for Mcurtiiff patents In Amertci. was much admired, too, for so tho vertisement of S. S. S., recommending Shops Every patent taken out bjru Is bronchi beforo 9 53 tne pubUo by a notico Elrcn free of charts la tho that remedy for cancer, and in view of story has como to us, and their picSlvilluit'n 9 42 the failure of the most eminent physitures aro in tho salon, though somo . . . . Itawesville 9 30 cians in the country, I confess I had think us not of the right mind to Peine y 22 little faith left in any human agency. Lsrreit circulation of anr clentlfo rsrer tn tho Falcon 9 if! However, I purchased a bottle of S.S.S., keep them there. "or J. Illustrate!. No man sbouM I without It. Wwllr. lutclllirrnt LewLspott and to my delight it seemed to benefit "It comes soon now, petite, tho rears $I.S0iIt months. AdJrow. MCNN c.i.iHta 907 CO., WaituiBri her. After she had taken a couple of tragedy of thoso two. Ono night, VrBtisnEtr, :isi Uruodwaj-.heyorkCitr. 9 do bottles the cancer began to heal, and just S 50 Powers such a night as this, they went astonishing as it may sccm, a few botANTED SALESMEN S 37 Pates tles more cured her entirely. You can riding in tho so gay spirits, and goUt . Oweunboio p S27 Wc want one or two GOOD probably better understand how reing up hill for tho second or third . . . Mn't'nijlv . 8 15 MKXin each county to take orders markable this cure was when I explain timo what should they see but an8 10 It mth that the cancer had eaten two holes in other sleigh coming, down! for a CHOICE lino NURSERY It was STOCK or SEED of POTATOES Stanli'V 8 06 the breast two" inches deep. These . . . Worllungtuii . healed up entirely, and although ten 7 59 Stock and Seed guaranteed. We years have elapsed, not a sign of the toming fast, and my great unclo . . . . . . . Heads 7 52 disease has ever returned, and we are knew it was death for ono sido or tho cive vou steady employment with . . . . Sr'OltsvilIc 7 43 other, since pass they could not. GOOD pay. Itwiilcost you nothing assured of the permanence of the cure, . . l.askett'. . . . . : xd which we at first doubted. And ho shouted to the other driver to to give it u trial. State when writ-Henderson . 720am 2 ss p ru "As my wife inherited the cancer, I halt! ing which you prefer tosell. tcnuiiuy regara o. . s. as tile most !l G 1110 Address, to No "Ah, it was too sad. On, on, wonderful remedy in the world, and it is truly a Godsend to those afflicted camo tho other sleigh, fast liko tho IIWKS NURSERY CO,. &MB with this terrible disease. You may wind, and my great unclo Gaspard ItOCilKsTKK, N. Y. be sure that I shall always be grateful Ship them to tn. Wt?In i itile ' t'y t ur Interest to do so. We saw that H would into him ' crash, bandleevery tlilncraiicil una la. nun mini , m to that remedy, for without it my home ui i jii lun ny thine cell. arall I heard ol Dr Bell's Pine Tar Hon- - j yourself of our sen ices Wc do an irarm'rse busmen and have in buyers tbau other and ho quickly drew a pistol, and ey would now be desolate and my chilhouses. Comspondcui.einiited. Trice u rcnti milled fiee on opi .ation. for Store of Messrs. dren motherless." fired to kill tho horse, beforo it was Ginn, sale at theCo's. Burnett & Grantsburg, ' CO. (inccrp'd!, The Leading Commission MerchanU, The above is but one of many retoo late. And his own horse, ho get markable cures being daily made by such a fright ho plungo over tho 111. .and meeting m.in commendations Blurrcll Court and 110 Third Stroot, I QUISVILLE, KY Irom different peisons of its wonderS. S. S. Cancer is becoming alarmingly prevalent, and manifestb itself in sides, tlirowing him out, but taking ful merits, I thought I would try 1, VVSytaVevS'iyVVOa'V'3 such a variety of forms, that any lump, his bride down to death! bottle I have been seriqusly eflected sore or scab, it matters not how small, "Ho lived, but liko a man in a, jor 25 years with a coui-- and pains which docs not readily heal up and dis- I- dream, till somo ono tell him tho in my side and breast that wire causuiiimar may weu oe regarded with truth that on that night there was ing me a miserable tile. 1 spent nun suspicion. We will gladly send to any Kiraball Pisno. "Slyle C. ' Isl Prize. $600 00 address, full accounts of several other no other sleigh but his own, in somo dreds of dollars with doctor", and lor medicines, but everything (ailed until 2d Pfizs, Bicycle, (or nan or wcLisii cures fully ai remarkable as this one. way I know not tho exact, tho moon75 00 For rea blood troubles, S. S. S. has light mako that effect by what you I ttied this wondcrlul lcmedy. It 3d Prize. Cash 5000 no equal. It wipes out completely the beats the world and saved my I 10 Cash Prizes, each $25 250 00 call projecting tho shadow, and when recommend Dr. Bell's I'ine Tar life. mot obstinate cases of blood diseases Ilonev 10 Cash Prizes, each $10 100 00 which other remedies do not seem to ho know that, ho take again tho pisto everybody with weak lunjj. It is 60 Cash Prizes, each $2 120 00 touch. S. S. S. gets at the root of the tol and with it ends his misery and a meat success. J. It Uosni.L. disease, and forces it out permanently. his life." May 2o,iS95. Grantshurg 111. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegeta&&.; Denizes si.itJDUU For sale by '. WayneGriflir. & Bro . ' A ble, and is a positive and permanent A long silence succeeded this The Drat prize ..III bo clri-- to tlix iierimn who ronstrnct the loncest druL'jrist, and Kenlrow Bros,. Nar- - r aententn In f?uf!tl Knirlluli iiulu Inlfii- - .lt,....r,liM ul.ii.nl... n..A.i.un .,. aa cure for Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, weird talo and then Clotiido asked in times. ltlsnotlireiHsarHiiustiiieryl. tlnililiitbvt. TlieotheriirlseswUi j Rheumatism and all traces of bad lows, Ky. i ru in reKumr uruur tu iiiiiud tuuipcuiu ceuteiuenare next In leoKth. blood. Our valuable books will be a broken voice: bvery compciilor i.no-- e seutL'nen letters will rccolreu. piper "Is it then that tho sleigh is a Iv K. Sutherland Med Co : i 3' novels covered Tolumocont'ilrjlni; twtlveof Wllki he wins a prlte mailed free to any address. Swift . Anrll 15. IS116. Tl or not. Thlseontostrlfis winners will bo announced on Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. ghost?" Gr.NTs: I write this letter because week later unit t'.c v. lining unli'nci's pubjln menso two or more nine tentences rn of t ii. s'linti lonxtb prefi . given to the best one. "Yes, petite, a what you call I believe you have made a discover Keen competitor n u t construct hUown inte mil mi pi'rt.nn will be allowed phantom." in a cough, cold, throat and lung icm- to enter tbU contest rmiro thru om n. Snti'in' lot bo corn Lied or substituted o not pcru.ttcd to compute. 'Icsldonts uf (Jmal after they nro CONTENT. "I am not afraid. I accept, and edy that the people ought to have. I directly or Indlrtoily will pray to give tho poor ghost reler to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. I Others rurnUheil.) RULES thank God! I am content, TH!i SENTtNCE have thoroughly tested it find know-itiso matter when the call Is sent, b . peace." Tholonstlicjn' ntencelj i niber of I, ttcrs It contains, .o matter wlien my soul Is blent ilU ur cuiintod muro titbit but nu Ittturcmi Hi's. .No word except wonderlul merits. It cuits Loup-GaroIt was not liko tho or "I' can ho u !' umi un oni'p. Tlnibi-icuninleUi words. With other souls above. Slzns. tlirurtis. I'jhri n n . or tinntri.i-timiused, ' nut bi1'rnppr Tho pronoun not to tho mind of Clotiido half as Any one who ever needs a remedy of i "ils. nouns cannot "I" and tho nrllclu u" will n tici'riittd in imi ..''i Contented here, and perfect tUire; should Le this kind never . Leuscd. i:uch conti'st mi luuslluuluuu by U end uf his sentcnio ho dreadful, but sho was not really without a bottle ot Ur Bell's Pine Nc er was promise half so fair many Icttt'rs ltcin ilm. As that which tells us "God Jws care; afraid of theso becauso her unclo had Tar Honey. l rT'-This remarkably 'amudc by thoWt of which. Jr.nuv M Porter. Ills words are words 'j love." I JI ,'l'3lnall, thOlilStlllUUhhtd much sense, and ho did not believo Glass and Queensware. Bo, though the day may stltl seem long. VH.LIAM J. BRYAW, ,I Pditor, ono of theso btories, although tell Jan, 15. 1S95, Paduchah, Ky. nd though your life seras full of wronr. vd with one dollar for a and It 13 rrqillrpd th it i"h riimplliix nenlntme therm ho did, and most graphically. For sale by Z. Wayne Gnflln&Bro , Through evd and through good bo strong sec- year's subscrlptl i. "In vn m v Wom lined In tlnnn. end IiuiiljI i'ii ir ys iclmnillllv UN :, teru champion ot fret De patient, and be brave. Again on tho following evening druggist, and Renfrow Bros , Nnr i silver culnnuo rnd I hi- Ir.ullrii; family i.mnjiirjcrot iu. God's messengers may be named "Pihi.' camo tho sound of bells, and this tows, Ky, iuuri;&9, Borrow," "AtMctlon;" yet not In vain 11 timo Clotiido went, not near the door, Weekly l7orKM.3r J, Omaha, NeD. , . . I.. .I Theso messengers all sing one stralu. lull .ar 1,1. tJl..U.i. but sat moving her sweet lips in tyTV-VVVsVV"Remember, He will save." a ... I M.H. ivr ymrX4tnmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmltmm liiiMlll.hll..br.H.. . .1 John O. Colt, In Demorest's Xlagaxlne. prayer. Then tho door was flung .li.ti .uf tt.iiiil lu.ib. b.liii W.ba, hum. t.l uil Hi violently open an d a brusque, cheery nj ftllll.lll wlilii Urn J UllIOHl J.iCpUDlIUUl tMMig t B&. eoooooaooooooaao8eoB'ii Cancer d Of the Breast n, infants r, OT 5 P Do You Know i,. Becattse there was 110 place like the home where they used The Cat Came Back Soap rrinrtttt f Clairette yujjtrrtr This Grcat Soap makes home, home indeed. Keeps everything clean. Keeps the housewife nnd everybody nappy, xry it. bold everywhere. Made only by 2 IM It 9 rAIDDAMU TUF u ...... jHMiMMOBBa6ttoBaaoaooeoooooaoccoQoaaooaaaS decp-fccut- jj An Elegant mi mm it A complete s 'Mm'MISi away gait T E ' &?Mk& Pitcher's B o, Somctiody wilt Kct this uinKuiftccnt pre cut lrKi:iv nnd ccrj body who makes n purchase of $, or over will h.ivc .1 chance to j;ct it, the drawing to be held J.ittiinry I, iSyfi, hefore a couiuiittcc ol Owens-horo'- s representative cltlrcns, nt the ili IDphostered- yVAdhotjany far! or hot-head- A t. tr.. I ,,., ,, When eomes io iCcirnilcirc I . we are in ihe i 1 1 1 1 line of Deb Room, Kitchen, l'.ulor, Office, Dining Room Wc can sell lower thnn ecr bclore. and School Ftitniture with Pnci-you n bed room set for $10.50, or a sidebonrd lor the sniue price, which ill These, however, ate just make you feel Rood every time you look at it. samples of our miequalcd bargains, of which wc have nu immense house full The finest line of parlor suits, IMoor and SwinKiui; Rackets, De.sks nnd Book cases ever In Owensboro. COl'RTI'Ol'S nnd I.IIUiRAI. TRI'.AT-MENe C.ooJs. FAIR and IIONIiST Dealing, STYLISH and The VIJRY LOWKST Prices. Well-Mad- lead WMhV LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, B. S. WOLF.112 W. Slain, Owensboro. "Bread is the Staff of Life: IN EVERY CAN OF rfrienfiffr JlwcJtau I Tiirntronc OBULISK BALLARD'S w WILL DE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVC OF THCSE COUPONS AND D TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMCD. 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A SPECIAL CONTUACT enables us to oiler this splendid iuuruul and THE REPUBLICAN for 11 u ri-- wlu-ihc-r ' rn'-i'td- . . t, s 1 ' i i 1 libi-m- i ",'OlU.S-IlEIUL- t.X-- " ONE YEAR price ot the two papers Subscriptions may begin nt uny time. Address all orders to the (Tho regular subscription is I I t - 82,25) 11 i,sVryiysava'cvaflkAyai Writ' n - 1.. I THE PIIANT03I HELLS.. 1IY M1I3. XL I.. UtYNC. voice called: Tho ladles of tho Chateau Trcnte-na- o had invited their brother's lianceo to raako them a visit in order to explain to her tho strango 3fiadow which hung over their houso for nearly 100 years, and to whoso baneful Infiuenco sho must becomo habituated, when a member of tho family. When they first saw Clotiido was so young and timid thoyinodb up their minds to wait until Gaspard himself came, but 0110 night as tley sat uround tho great hall-firtloro was a grcat jlngloof slelghbella and tho sound of swift runners oa. tho crisp snow outsldo, and then that musical clash at tho door which announced tho stopping of tho turnout, and tho arrival of guests. Surely tlicro was nothing uncommon In thisj tho coming of a party of "uwjr jupiu iuw country nouso, nnd! on a magnificent moonlight nigLt when tho wholo landscape was as. light as dayl Yet instead of look!ng pleased or surprised, tho ladios. of.' tho houso sank back In their clulrs, and, covering their faces with their hands, murmured a prayer. Clotiido, tho llttlo one, clapped hen hands, and asked earnestly: ".Might it bo, my friends, that it f Gaspard, who has como with a ha o I "Halloo, thero , Victor, Alphonse, you varlcts, who ro aro you hiding?" Certainly this was no ghost, and tho threo wow 311 who clung about his neck gavo tt autio evidence of joy at this corniest r. Clotiido was not ono of tho tlirw . A big old man in a eoa.t 'had taken her in his arms, and va s talking to her in gcntlo burr, t'no old unclo who told her tho drcatlful stories, and then sho slipped ono small hand into her lovur'a and looked at him with shy, happy eye. "It wan w a'ood of you to como instead of tho gtiosits," sho wild, when bho sat cooing in a corner, w hllo tho uncle, who was a great favorite with tho young Gaspard, was making himself agreeable to tho ladles. "Thou you know, dear little ono?" said tho young man. "And you aro not nfruiil to muko your home In tho Chateau FrontuiuioV" "Not with my Gaspurd," camo tlm softunwwer, "but I liko It hotter if tho ghosts crurto uot, and your bisters, they aro sorry, too. Hut afraid-n- o!" fox-ski- n lm 4IMII Slii wy" i W. IMIAItllllONACO, .N m.31i5 i in. tub. tuimu, th.m. bin. iv r.t Irlibi lll.iii I ill.l. Dl fit ! .. .... -. X uo.i II. lb tnilaur 0li.tr ifcf. .. Il.h.a ........... I'ha.a ilurtM w.rr.nlr I I Ire ilar.rr.', . K..I.I O $1.00 FOE fOTJit PHOTOGRAPH. a -- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Write your name and address on n postal card, !end it to Geo. W. Bcs Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of THK NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you XX.ELXrtXOX'ca., 3KLy. llii- -n tl.rk V. Ii CilumbiK, Ins. had the snr Mr. WiU He It.m tritd ninny eyes for j ears durtrrs nml reme i"t nnd liit' nlnms failed to Ett reliet until ut- - sold hi Kj e n lube ol Salve which cuied him inside of on Dr L'ell'fi Pino Tnr Honey week jells well nnd cures Ues'y, SnUu-rl.itl'.s I I Hunts, Ky. Sutherland's Kj;le J5e Salve Imi tinned ureat deal limif for me Minn W.I I SKir.t.UAP cnti be told by pen. lltiini Ky. hy Z Wnyie Oriflln V Hro ilruxeist, anil Ucnlioiv Him , Nnriows, Ky. Jniutary 15. 1S9.-. , JI. Mr.VMi vV t'o , and to 'iivc ynt:r oplulmi i!i and net Imi of l!.o "tlmi, anil tV"-uvi- i .lnr" nrulo by J. II. Zellln ; t ii mill tin) linn ,v JJntiiKht" 111.. lo by (.li.iittuinoo Mullclno Co ; both of jut, n.nl should ict.il! nt v'lifii iiu.inii..u- .odi,r n: niu.'7 uts per pv nt (Hit 10 in- j ciinti if ciiii.mni'is n:i) lH'llnipn-i'- d njii n, w hllo our Original I'lU'lu'aniii ' lu .OM 11' 1c 11! 111 U.licnt pT 111 too miicli ro- "aid furlii'ui 111 ...L io ii'ot'wuinli'iiu; In uny uf n ,. incdi '.irs, Tho reason Is liiin; Ktiliiu i. ('. ami I ho old jropilotorsof Illack Dnmi;'.!." woio both enjoined a !ili.iiru;.ii:.mil (In .vn. '.. jit lilJu by uslnjt I'lowo-djnimoj there-itx- . iu''it tii'i ' u. 111U tor (ititb kiitiwlnir von nr'- - imsii-ilin.'i't soil vou somo U'op pw'.. .u . t a inii,t oj Jl.iOor-l.iponi'ii:,, IiisIpk of ourOiiir.na "Dr M. A. ? . i.iolj .', ' which you uo ULli,lll, ira to r;t''' .y. ...ul i'iUo t.o other, as ',oi '.i. ;t. ...u Uu .' ' In :rif phctop-alftti-On .'iif jour !. n v.Ul nail you frco of tin "i ; , w w lihout photograph, i 1 ;" '.ti;1' I.lvi-- Mulicitji , ur u:i remi'. .1 rns 1I11 Futsrrao'H l.ivcr Seoomi. no-rniiHi mi imw lo" -- 5 'ou iiiri'i) joint vn, o liav? v (1 ifc I, or old "Dr. M. A. Sim- - Miiiu ilU(asc3 you Iiato kno.Mi 11 "I.l-.i-- 11 v to t 1 and giro tho name's of TiliiiD- - uKlert ii"o lie! wren Its strength JSi , . ci - , ! r 1 1 .0 M.'I ...-'- .' ' Good Old Grnimy Metcnll, 86 old, living at OiS Mt nroo httcet, Pa- lnc.il.Ky. Fas that Dr. Hell's Pnitf Tir Honey is the bes.t jiiji chip, couuh. litnir nnd bronchial rtmedy that has been oflcreil to the people by. V. dimtin her hie (Juaunt-W.iyin; Guffin & Uro., diiiKRi'-t- , nnd Kcr.fibw Utos., Kiinowi, Ky. yrr j ..- t - ' ). M u I .V'." l .''l-i- i ' la. .i'-t- r i' i.- -r coMtim! ii'o, fico, .rd liyicil' ...uiplnr. inf t!ir !.' 'in ', ' :vcr,8toinich.nnd ."I.A.bltinini'jI.lM'i Mm I.. 110 h. i. ..1' .y cured slncn la 10, . 1115. S. IlilllTAniU- i'.M.l'TM.O.T ok iuk Hr.Al.l 5 , i'.' ::-- I y'w, i , - Sp; - ). i'':'.r. r;.Ai:.i.:i nt Oesi;.; . 1, "No, no, Ciotllde, it will not bo our Gaspard. Mon T)lou, how then shall wo tell her? Child, go you to l Those slelghbclls you heararo not of tho flesh and blood I mean. tho driver is, not " But tho llttlo Clotiido had curx ipy' tho-door- "What of this so much being afraid?" oskod u gruff voice, and tho old unelo of Clotiido hobbled over to tho corner whuro bnalciics of their conversation located tho two lovers-The- n lu was told tho story of tho ghostly slsigh, and looked wlx) and thoughtful for tho rest of tho evening. Tho bhrowd French Canadian was filled with marvelous stories of ghosts which ho loved to relate, but not ono uf which ho believed, not' tbeJcgcn-dar- y oven his stock firlght-storLoup-Yaro- rn2ESliVtTs!27NCrsHNiBSS,Sl: Bff&BJW &X i iTflRI wHtn IbBiIiW ITU ft ' HsVcUUluia MM H Wf i u (CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. "5 rsrr uiiu neniTAIll mine ounn j yours uunb Knietiis as tho known for 15 EST REMEDY for PILES. HOI.II 1IY A 1. i;i:o!l'.l .1. 1.0S3 I SmcyoTrt d ri.i:sn. S:. .'..ti Mii.it!'iion.M.ulu..t.::.- - I'ori. Uiicath. i.iiiMLiiiM' iiiiMniu livus. Wi.ionv in SfoMAcn : rr.i: iIai'inci. Toih'id -( nuos.'ij Malaiiia. l.iw Uile coming tunc is 1 !.aiil lu. 11 lM.uvo.'3llEAi)Ar:ir.s. Mi:i.).tYC'i.yuii,:iii!i i'iNM)iun Ivdzsi'nct. Wind Kidni.y Diseases. l'l.onrc.-vi- i Ci.'io. I'ilia, :iv Cut.ino Co.Nsru'ATio.v ir. rti.L:.i.Js oi" E.jj.iui.i llnui. N'LJiUNEsa op Han- - . Auais & Klet. Uelch- IRREUULAK AlTE' SO Uf (i.S. lll.OATINO OP SlOMAClI AFrillt 1'OOD IS Tm:C.V. Hii." itTiruv. Dimness ot" Visiov. ltizziNr )i -- ok Suddenly (Jetti.no DlSl'OKDI.NCY C l'l'.Ef NANT WOMEN, Vl IV'K'VnSU SENSATIONS. NAUSEA DICB. or UOItll OU AllElt K.VTINO. VcUTiao.YELLOW Ki',MAi.K03irr.Ai:;TS HadC'oldi - I'mckachcs so Comsiok 10 i,, .1 hi in, Low or Appltite- .- I'vi' ' is Aches in joints. i.encv. I.iMi:sl'p.nL'i( 1'?avy. Chasip Colic i.llv S. -- .' I. MINES!. THINNESS. ii Hi'WII DlLIOH I'llVKIW. til ): ti sr vT'riv or I''icd. Sniiii.vPi.rMirsorllEAi li nt'ialDeihlity. . p v s Depiilssio.n or Tiukd 'l' .1 ruiMtCiiiLDiu.N. Ds:-up 0.' l'oon Arm: Kati.no. Diaii- Wovlv- r Ji'tr.vvs, iT! ;. 1: t : l:!M. :.)....;, ..' ItlMOMNO'tllE C'Af ..CiNAV." ( vhi Pin m.-- ) 6 li.vpk itisoi U'.Diit tup. J'.w. 'in vr lUsaEss "Out or io ,tV K'"" hu k anu Not Well Fi.ui.ino, so ( minus winiOvEii-woitKEI r Hl l'i.opi.r iliis ip Wi. k & Deiiili r.vTED Mo:i: .:s ami r.vriiEiw& Pale and IlMCLllI I II ' IHUMf N, BY I'Elll'KCTLV itiSOtLAT.'M. Til" AfllONOr T1IE KIDNEYS, imii'.ii'Ji 11 J.li.S IMI.OA . soi'it ))i l.Ass;ri;i)i:. Ua'j 'J .1 i i. Mm . c .1 1. . 1. bl'I.IXN'. CO.NSTirATtD How- - jj. SLEEf- - HcAv:xns3. Painjin 111 ( 1 '''' -- Jl' D-- I'AI-.'iE- ) c Fiiet-t'i.s'ss- Tho nef.tmprninc" Urplo. 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