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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896032001 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. m, m, my jmmHtf W Dvtry homo tlmuM luve it I'ihk Mixture lur Pink Mixture' Chilrfrnn'ft Mndlrlnfl A OWENS bi h . I Teething Troubles Vnoplstt. The Habteohd OFFICIAL ORGAN OF PUBLICAN. COKCRCSSIOKAL DISTRICT, BalSSBWsWsRji uorj KMI No harmful drue. I.n iiv physicians nnj uvtr mothers. SU byill 20c. no BOc. DotTLtt, Unit for llool frM. J.iln. THE PAF.TV IN IHE FOURTH F. W. FLOYD OWtriOSORO, & CO., KT. M&mm fTor vol. vm. & HARTFORD, KY., FR1DAY,MARCH 20, 1896. does return he is white-robe- d and banqueted. A piodignl son returned, " lint what ot n gir.1? II she falls, whose teats nieshtd, whose doors nre open; what sisters nud mothers weep; what f.itheis or ministers prasfor her? She is n fillen woman, nnd for her thcte is no love, no sympathy. She is a hopeless outcast. This exact state ol tilings. Why do women spurn their own sex when one happens to fall, and the same day lake the man who brought disgrace upon her by the hand nud try and redeem him? There i3 an unsolved mystery in nil this, nud if nuy lady can explain why the female race lias such a hatred for the outcasts of their own sex, when man is in all probability, the cause of the woman's downfall, we should be pleased to hear it. Why not love nnd save fallen women as quick or much quicker than fallen men? Tint it is not so, she isshuned, kicked, scofled nt, shut out forever nnd a soul is lost while her own sex will extend a forgiving hand to the fallen man. This is a terrible wrong. -- Ux. A Viiliiiililv NO. 34. Latest U.S. Gov't Report THE BEST Highest of till in Leavening Power. SPRING MEDICINE is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other ills which shatter the constitution and Don't forget the word vreck health. REGULATOR, it Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other And, besides this, SlMMONi remedies. LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood 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 SIMMONS LIVER Klngof Liver Remedies. REGULATOR-t- he Be sure you get It. ,T. II. Zellln & Co., lMillmtclpliln. 1'. pearly Baking; &BSOE.UTEE.Y WHEELS AND RAILS Woro Hot AWoBtovn Man's Exciting Railroad Ridn Down tho Rockies. "Can you tell me where the caboose asked a well committee meets?" dressed, man. The stranger had the appearance o: being from the West. "Yes, sir, I am from the West, Just arrived on the Atlantic. I am a railroad man and I heard when the train stopped at Buffalo for a few minutes that the caboose committee was going to have n meeting this evening in this city. I am dead interested in railroad business and I like to meet all the boys who work on the road. There isn't any more lively business in the world. "Speaking ol wild rides, why the fellows here ain't in it. I remember one night that we broke in two six or seven times while coming down Laramie hill in the Rockies. We didn't stop to couple i.p, as they do here, but coupled the train together again while it was running down hill at a speed of forty-fiv- e miles an hour. Of course, this is a 'trifle risky for a beginner, but we soon get used to it and familiarity with dauger insures contempt. Once in awhile one of the boys falls under the wheels. But it is instant death nnd he really doesn't know what hit him. "AH of the cars are provided with air, yet we are compelled to sit on deck and watch for accidents. One bitter cold night when the mercury was down about 40 below, we started down Laramie hill with a long string of loaded cars for Cheyenne. I was seated ou topofacaraboutten lengths ahead ol the caboose. The break a were set pretty tight and the fire was flying from the wheels quite lively. good-lookin- g JSS23 'of Powder PURE 3E3CLCrES DSSESIjDD "T'DSDE XjEJja.13. 03 0 . H (19 S 4 0) h p cl rf tho prisoners dared 'to attempt tho Ho hold tho gates until tho guards had been rallied nnd tho convicts had been locked in their cells. In November Tillman gavo another proof of liis heroism. Tho convicts who work in tho mines aro unattend ed by any officials except two mlno surveyors, who mcasuro off tho tasks 'that aro to bo done. Ono afternoon ,in November, as tho surveyors woro lleavlng tho mines, they woro attacked by tho convicts. Ono of them was knocked senseless with a billy. Joadcd with iron, but tho other made passage. IUK lliu uluuu uikc oi.umuiij I PROFESSIONAL CARD. LAWYER, OWENSBORO KY. rr-- Sj?f JJ- - ' " Mini ' 0. CO loo 2er Oo30Lt. tls. E3Ca,a3.ca.sOx3a.os"t- - WHITE FOli CATALOG V- E- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from jfellPlL Jltr -OElff Editor Morrison of Worthington, Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a valuable prescription in Electric Bitters, nud I can cheerfulls recommend it lorCoustipr.tionnudSIck Headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal " Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was nil run down, could not eat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her and relt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Ditters restored her health and renewed her strength tle at Williams Prices 50 cents nnd $1.00 Get a Dot& Bell's Drug Store. S ntbLU. MANUFACTURES, HgndersonKyi KETJtMatlUaiTITXlWICH ltTAaa'jB&31l.T5ggtt,aJJULifBtlB E. W Baghy, a prominent lawyer of Paducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whooping cough when nil things else tailed. Guarantee by all dealers. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist and Renlrow Bros., Narrowsf Ky. It's a new remedy for coughs. Will practico his profession in Daviess his escape. and adjoining counties, Special atOffice, Capt. Cox tried to got tho guards, tention given to collections. 'to go down in tho mines with him to Bank of Commerce Building. 'quell tho mutiny, but not a single, .1.8.11. Wedding, ono would go. Ho called for volun-- i Jna.S. tilcmi, Itcers. Sam Tillman grabbed n bio GLENN & WEDDING, 'stick and was the first man to volunJ iteer. Another negro followed his example, nnd accompanied by theso HAHTFOBD, KY. (Office, oyer Anderson's Bauiar.) two convicts, Capt. Cotx went down, Will practice their profession in ah into tho dark mines and succeeded ihi rescuing tho wounded survoyor'and) tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counSpecial in getting tho mutineers to throw ties, and court of Appeals. Also down their arms rudo guns mado attention given collections. from gas pipes and knives ground Notary Public for Ohio county. from files and shovels, nnd como back -to tho camp. Had it not been for tho invasion of tho mines by tho suporin-- i tendent and his littlo guard loss oil uTTOHNi IY life might havo resulted, but as itj , wai no ono was killed. iiAUTruitn, ky. On account of tho heroic conduct! Will practice his profession in Ohio of tho negro and on account of hia and adjoining counties, and court of good behavior since ho lias been in.) Appeals. Special nttention given t" tho penitentiary, tho officials recom-- i collections. Office east side of puVIit mended his pardon, anil it was grant-- j square. cd by tho governor. Shelby Taylor. M. L. IIeavrin. THE QUAKERS. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, LAWYERS, J"ames .Snaltli, FL The Lexington Business College. (incorporated.) SsXZ iFeel Badly . osfioosaciflefisaooKoueaoBSHA w x riti;iii.i:.Ai: nov. the cat I a a Children Cry for I'm just in my glory when can tease, Pitcher's Castoria. Shall we send an uniustructed delegation to St. Louis? There nre about 150,000 Kentucky Republicans who have no other interest in the election of a Republican president than a returu of business prosperity, who think not. We heartily endorse the efTort being made by the enthusiastic admirers of Col, Bradley to secure for that gentlemin Kentucky's 26 votes in the St. Louis Convention. But to iustruct delegates to vote for Bradley on subsequent ballots would, in eflect, deprive Kentucky of a voice in selecting a candidate for the Presidency. Col. Bradley posscses many elements of greatness but it is revealing no secret to say that he has 110 shadow of n show for the nomination for the presidency excep it should be as a result ot n combination discredit table to the Republican patty, nnd in that case we believe him to be a too honorable citizen to accept it. We do not question the motives of the promoters of the Bradley boom, but we do see in it n splendid opportunity lor the politicians to secure a practically independent delegation to be traded on at the St Louis Convention. There are times in n party's history when individuals are not indispensable to a party or the country's interest; when favorite sons may be boomed without danger ot sacrifice, but at a time like this when the people nnd the government nre ready to pass in-- , to the hands of a receiver, as a result of Democratic imbecility, the eyes of the common people who linger, not fur office, but for work are turned toward the distinguished protection-es- t of Ohio, whose very name will inspire more confidence than the strongest platform that can be drawn at the St, Louis Convention. s of Kentucky Republican are lor McKinley for President and they should see that he receives the final support of our delegates in the Convention. The same magnificent victory that entitles Gov. Bradley to a complimentary vote at St. Louis, entitles Kentucky Republicans to a voice in the real work of that Convention, nud we insist that they have it. J. T. Three-fourth- s 1 Or 2 ta lo-da- y? s k this repeatedly, because .'.;ca-- c ulten (allow trilling hunting lor birds nest up in the trees, And I wear out my pants in the seat and the lenees; I'm the pride of my daddy, my mammy's own joy I in Nin.i'init fti'iiiMis. J n A frolicsome. boy! I can make a roUtcksomc, freckle-fac- ed Sjjgppro THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. ((' HHti'tnl vtt th Mate A A 21 CvllfQt (KIlclol i:mloramenl.-l)iri.- O 71 IS mIciimI I tic Uotrrmir of h I'rralilriilof tbetttalsCtillfCP ici;c'f.nnr.Mi:i n tu rmyIiuuUrcUfc vt if ncirMful liiUiitf. wliiwa i.UrlA Eurfito aiiiiudi tlinitnniU of dollar Uught ty Acdial Iliiftl ItOIMi.Hr.KIM.NO No to tintth nr l Nrurl ice from Imi k IBeiul Itr 4'fijliic prrliral tif ltithlite LhhjW 15 nrs Brown's jitters Mrown's Iron Nit- urs Ilencfit comes ffoiit the wry bnt duttc. If you are wealc q ill ex- in 1 u 'l.lUSlVI, q luve in appetite ri and ctit work, g bcR.n at once Uk- - (j a ibc mst rclia g l. ftreiiKtluMilii n medicine, which is you bet, I'm the cock of the walk and the king at the "set;" I'm hearty and healthy and don't you torget top hum, and at marbles, a n g u The dead loads ol "goodies" can destroy I'm a frolicsome, rollicksome, freckle-faceboy! that I d IT CURES N..utn!Kiii. Con , livitlon. liniMire Mood, Nervous ailments M.'il. rla. flct vi . S Kidney and Live? S iroublua, S h' rrowrd red j They send me to school lllshrt tj Hi' lestiilK-wrypcr- r iiii- c It . rr r!0 !.! CI trt furluirtit(prrt m rnnntant llfJlli:4T r.l(MITION to voums AV.tlll or "AnirrJcmi Mirkrihninl," taught In tlili t ullcyc, of it and oicr i2wK: s y will MU'il- i- O ri.ic ..n f 'irier-Journ.- 'ICAL CO. - -- BAUIMORF, MD, oacyBeiEOHoB 1.11 2 2 with my satchel mid books, And my pockets bulged out with nails nud fish hooks; And sometimes while there my teach er she looks nd captures the things that provoke and annoy From a fro'.icsome.rollicksomo, freck- boy! lunii-l- i the Daily nud Ku-i'- i lif lliiflorarmriit to th hmJt-- thl !) lllzlirat an rirtinxut () vxcourt reporters from tho uuthura tilt TKI.r.tJIt 1111 Y IVrartmrnt rmlnracHl hy Trniit lUpt hcra anI lemlinrf ral.wiiy an.t oiiirii)li, TIio Only hrlMMil In Iho Wnrlil oiH'ratinir a touiplcte iUilwuy Mtcm lur th and TllK ir one ye.ir for $S.ts siys tint it's quite evident Of the country some day I U be President; Hut auntie, she says from the way I My mammy she am bent The gold of her dream will be full of From a frolicsome, rollicksome, (reck boy! ed 7 ION in all Ci?3,U00.UO rtprt-ntl- , INOIVIUlleirtm-nt- IMlHTirAIi INSTtll'C II. C'luaa UurU. 4Jilrltlrfi that mtr tVllr,!- N a nr mnnvr rrfutitltxl. i: I remit M.V ltril.lllMJ. nHiml.rrpciM and fiiruihrl ly u tiium't itio r".ntrinrnU of our practical ijiitf in ni tmtructlon 7'ur. ic" Ural. IJitlrlf I'lttlH. ventllatton lh larttvat and mmt Malrn. ivrfcftlv lulprl SlualnrM 4'otteir llnllilltiir llluitrattHtCatalutfuofrt. Addrt ii thPM4itilli. r. (lMIOU, l'rlnciral, LexInKtou, Ity. i in lit nf II Mtinlrnti alloy pnt I'm huntin' for fun, nud I don't have a care. And there's ditt on my hands, nud I don't comb my hair, And patches quite often I wear, lint there's no kind of sport the oung heart can cloy Of a Irolicjome, rollicksome, freckle-lac- ed boy! G. W. D. C m mm THE l Suddenly,the heavy train shot around a curve and a sight met my eyes that I shall never forget. Every wheel on the train was red hot, so were the rails, while the sleepers were blazing having been ignighted by the intense heat of the rails. When we pulled into Cheyenne every wheel on the train was flat that is a flat place had been worn away during the slide down the mountain. That is what I wanted to tell the boys in the caboose committee. Thejy may know somes thing nbuut giving Chauncey Depew pointers on how to run Central, but alter all they havn't much of an idea of railroading. It's no trick at all to run a fast train over such roads as the Central, but when you run over two streaks of rust and the right of way, as I have done on some of the little Western lines, then you will get n fair idea of railroading." The reported slipped quietly away, leaving the garrulous Westerner still He had talked himself to talking. sleep, but his mouth continued to work. At a late hour he had not succeeded in fiuding any ot the caboose committee. It isn't likely that the organization will hold another tneetihg until this terrible liar from the "Wihl nud Wooly West" leaves town Rochoster Post Express y Their Ideas Are Gaining But Their" Society Losing. Wo tako it that tho Quaker idea pf cultivating "tho stillness and tbo quiotness" which has so- - great an effect upon their chlklrcir'a education, is identical in effect with that prac-tico"rotreat" for which thousands of minds in our fussy generation' havo so deep, and wo add so ineffectual, a longing. Even their peculiarities of dress and language havo long since ceased to excito ridicule, and are hardly moro distinctivo than thoso of earnest, socialists, or of tho newest succcssfull Protestant denomination. Perfect, toleration, howovor, which has bene- fitcd so many creeds, has almost, killed tho Quakers, and in tho hour, of triumph of their most rrrominonti ideas their society is dying, or ncar-- j ly dying, of want of votaries. Thoyi havo leavened tho community, and) they aro being absorbed hi to it. Ono would havo thought that thou-- t sands of families would havo joined, their communion as a kind of intellectual "retreat," safo from thopros--l suro of a battling world, but it is not so, and if thoy bavo not for a fewj years actually decreased, thoy aro( never without tlio apprehension that,i in this country at least, thoytnay' disappear, swallowed up in tho mul- titudo of thoso who agrco with .atnd yet do not belong to, their corairuir- ion. Tho Spectator. . of Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practico thier profession in all tho Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court oi Appeals. "Special attention given to' collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING W. H. BARNES IMBT WILL Ht LAW! Hartford, Ky. practico his profeseion in all courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri ciai Hotel. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio nnd adioining counties. Careful attention will bo given to al Col business entrusted to his care. Office- with the lb? ctions a specialty. eauuty Attornoy..AJso Notary Public A Long Ocean Race. I 1ST BABDEH in your iivhborhood this sea.'e.i PLAKT OUK FAMOUS immmmmr: d and of w'lkli ar- - d: n cur Ic uiifid arc! mti.clv Now Cntal j.iia for 1806. A a vi trtturo llns .s.Joo.i Is tlte of Sids at OUlofue prices to any Post Oihce. Tins New Catalogue" vj will nuil 011 receipt it 1 pqrefTMftwmPS rH ill'c-tralc- i TABTELEB9 Svmitoms Moisture; intense itching and stingingiiuost at nighf.worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's Ointmknt stops theitching and bleeding, heals ulceration, nnd in most cases removes the tumors. At drugDr. gists, or by mail, for 50 cents, Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. m IMIm! I'IIi-h- ! IIcIiIiik 11 1 e. lu 'uro nil Mi 11 Ilenen," Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requir cd. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, al eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav ing the skiu clear, white and healthy Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist for Swaynb's OlNTMBNT. 34 lyr. "llmr 1 A long sea ruco from Tacotna ta Australia was started a fow days ago between Uvo clippers. Tho contestants aro tho Hawaiian, bark Maun AJa and tho Gorman bark Bertha. Both aro bound from (Conntu Attorney) Tacoma for AUU1U1UU with a. cargoi 1", of lumber. Tho Mauna Ala went tcJ 6LX JL8LW, ov " "" """ """ ",u ""-"- liA.KT.blUa, was not expected to learo for several' ,VilI .practico his profession in the days after. Tfco bet is to bo decided , .,Sji,: nn,i idininW . pnnn. " . . n uij ,uu nn.i.nl .ln.A tfc 4n1mn nniAl, Yen J tiea. uuwuai luuu 11, lunis ixjh;ii .,ui topeciai attention given to colout ku tuunu iau Ul IUUI luuwpiuuu lections. Office in Courthouse. Mauna Ala has laid a big bet that! into! his boat will beat tho Bcrt.ua yNO. B. WILSON, Adelaide by flvo sailing days. ""' tjOTHQY 1 ia. 4l-- I I Stud Your Dress. L&W Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, iPAEDONED t FOR HIS HEROISM. m stale wlwre they s w this advertisement, .lie CaUIiyue v. ill bs milled Freo I PETER HENOERSDN & GO, LUi :io 3V ocrtiwit nt.,wowprk. ijl xtfSXSoEv 18 JUST A3 roOD FORADULT3. VVARiiAFiiTO. P3!C CO ct3. lOVU'S TAiri i:M.(-t 1: ai atta, II LS Not. 10, 18M. Paris MoUlr'oci rn.. ct I oult, Mo. 000 Wo hM U.b ytwr, bntllen of riilljj IONIOoiM havo THE QUICKEST vuur tV t(fc Ad.1l Vox nlo by Williams & Hell. S?S LINE DCTWCCN ""S lilSmLElllli mwmWK tag iueuia&wfi wii .m 1T n IN OL'ANTITY. .' .M sv a nEOT IN QUALITY, Why l it. I,etn boy tall and all hands nnd hearts are nt his command for re-- , deniption's sake1 He is somebody's darllug That is right. That is right It is always right to save a fallen creature of any kind. IJvery mother's heart is bleeding for him, every sister's tears are shed for him. The lathers nnd ministers pray for him, the church is open lor him if he manifests the slightes inclination to return to the path of rectitude. It he l. r.i n iki uv lUUiittnLviTiA . I u i: :'J PIERCE IVYmoii, CURE Cnptah Co.. MIm. Direct Connection. Por CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. WHmi'Ss RHEflffl asm w'btm tuts m mm P or Money paid for III Medicine Is Unturned. Dn, R.V. Pjiiicei Ikar Sir My daughter has U'D alck all her llfo, and the older sho frttw, iuo worse sue waa of waa tbo picture deathi tho physicians could not do her any tool. 1 Direct Connections (or II Points In FOR SO YEAHS V MBU IGU 311 TVrfKIVi Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, BOTTLE JEVECY SOI.W II V ALT. ltllfOOIBTH. TrrMP- -l lif V ltii'miii.biw :u ".i'i o., it, ions. I y QUARflllTEED, uumuuiuDi ' vE3jea.la'SJVIa F iIitIcIii if 'JU nrini U FAST TIAIG LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write for Information to the nearest necntnl the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern H. It, S.Q, HATCH, JOHN ECHOLS, Ocn'l Mnngr. Gcn'l lto.s, Agt LOUISVILLE. KY. harm- - ir$ & 11 in ui i ca j . nrl i.ofs Uri!W As V4 u uuu nt in . " u. .miun. nhKn u dai iiliina. lull st on x ji'urrul w tU and l mites ft mi l'bi diui. .mU'M'My latin ' 'u : .Mil 'i buuMuu. cured u pr Minim it ww Prcacrintton?' for women. and I save her three bottks, and now sho Is a perfectly henltby girl. Have recommended It to a grout many sulterers from "female complaints," and It has cured them. I think It Is tho greatest ntomoi your-iavor- uo iiu irr ti isa ixjtp. Xh .'.". kayo never found any-tblto compare with It. Youra truly. Mns. H. J. 1,0 YD. j PATILNT8 Td'KATKD UY MAIL eowlitfrnl ill J'.r p.i 1 ,,.iiln, wliu ttimr. UK. SniUl;K,oriuiiio.a..7,n;ii low. mi. -- Han of StUIng Slnllclnet ON TltlAL, II PECULIAR TO PIERCE 'Deeds That Secured for a Tennesseo R. .J3. LEBSIIOlERMAN , Life Prisoner His Pardon. Sam Tillman, tho negro convict in tho Dalo county mines, a brief menHartford, Ky. tion of whoso pardon by tho govWill j nrtdoe his profession in all tlio ernor of Georgia for heroism was aud adjoining counties Courts mado several days ago, seems to uuo carefully and promptly atCollect havo been a subject most fit for ex4o. 'Q""1C0 lW',u T- - J Smitl1 tended ecutive clemency, says tho Chattn-'iioog- a Morkot.tJtreet. tfeCo., Nows. Tillman was sent to tho penitenJust now everybody is beginingto 15 years ago for llfo for tho And itisn tiary take a Spring Mtdicine murder of n man in Burko county. SPECIALTY: good thing to do provided you take Ho went to tho coal mines in Dalo Noso and Throat, Simmons Liver Regulator the best county, ttnd for all tho long years Eyo Ea Rings of Roman Dudet. Spring Medicine, It's a pluggish livSVILLK, IND. that havo passed sinco then ho has IT Roman dandies in tlio first, secondi er that clogs the system and makes worked faithfully at his tasks, and Office 416IUPP. Plratst. L bad blood. A dose a day of Simmons has won tho good opinion ot all tho and third centuries ot our era wore' heavy lings In winter, which they Liver Regulator will make a new man .ofliclah nt tho camp. In October last tho notorious negro exchanged for others of lighter out of vou, nid n new woman too. Neal Smith, after assaulting a young weight during tho summer. Look for the ret 7. on the package. It whito woman, took refugo in tho Tho nutmeg treo grows from 20 is Simmons Liver Regulator jou stockade. A mob of infuriated men, to 30 foot high, and bears a strong! want. armed to tho tcoth, demanded that rescmblanco to tho common pear tree. ' 1 tho negro bo delivered up to them to .11 Vllt'll, bo killed. Tho guards nt tho camp The March winds doth blow, wero completely demoralized and left Brings sometimes tain and someSuperintendent Cox powerless to times snow, ihundla tho convicts. Neal Smith We'll send you our General Cata- - sBSiMssskasisBSsakasMMMsMsMsMlsllsBBsllsllsB We do not know, logue and Buyers Quldo, if you From whence it came or whltlur it was dragged out, tho gates woro loft send us 15 cents in stamps. That open, and there was a rush mado by goes. pays part postage or expressage, and itho prisoners to gain their freedom.' Keeps on laicrs. HARTFORD. KENTUC KV. Or makes the winds and rains, Sam Tillman, serving n llfo It's a Dictionary of Honest Values; And we must not dare complain. kluda Pull of Important information no snatched a pickax from tho Is prepared to do any and a ' He who kuows us best, matter where you buy. 70a Pages, ground, and leaping into tho open of Dental Operations. Prices most We to Him will trust the rest. 13,000 illustrations: tells of 40,000 Office over Wlllim u' & Teasonable. gatos told tho prisoners that ha articles and right prlco of each. One Bell's Drug Store. would kill tho llrst mau who attemptSeed time is coining shortly now, profit only between maker anJ U3cr. Vitalized air or laughing air aded to pass. Tillman is a very largq Oct It. The farmer in his field will plow, ' ministered for painlesj oxtuctiou fit To raise the wheat and corn man, ami has tho reputation of bo- AiONTdOMEUY WARD & CO., Chicago. (jvt.oth' P. 110 Ailctugan Ave., For us to kttll live on. ing a vurv dotcrmlned ouo, and nonq Girls ought to study harmony 'in dressing. Tho hair fluffed out over tho ears is very becoming, but that stylo Is not correct with a sailor hat. It makes tho faco look ridiculous. Moreover, nautical headgear should! not bo ornamented with flowers, y feathers or rhlnestono buckles. Speaking of incongruities in dress, I saw a woman ia a Fourth avenuo car dressed in deep mourning, or I presumo sho intended to bo, but sho missed tho point by wearing a pair ot big solitalro diamond earrings. Sho might as well haivo had a red feather in her crapo lxxnnot. N. Y, Recorder. attention given to col making abstracts, sc, aleo .Notary Public Jor Ohio ,County. Offi w North flije oj public spure. SPECIALi At torney at L&w JDr.(&'5ft.ama.er ' r Al J. RTPIRTLIE Xj lff Right in Sight Sure Saving Shown DENTLST 1 sen-teuc- o, l" s. - k I f IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with some reluctance. After getting money the difficulty is to keep it. llsn't It true that you ore constantly tempted to part with it. II you ask us if we are putting temptation in your way, there s nothing lelt for us but to own up, tint's just what we tue 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 conveys Lut an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. K Nothing flows so treely (torn the facile pen of some advertisers as false hoods. It is just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $j to $i" is no more labor than to urite "Reduced from f i to $1.50," but in the minds of some1 merchants is effective. In many deemed more 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 o! 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 easymatterto 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 of the goods advertised at a certain price to each copyof the newspaper in which his announcement is r they could see at a glance description came, the truth the 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 false when the goods are seen. When you want dry goods, notions, clothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, furnishing goods, groceries, trunks, valises, etc., see our goods before you spend your money. Yours for best values, J. B. Bir, Beaver Dam, Ky. pub-lishe- d how-nea- Peury Westerfield, Salesman. A 1.1, praises to Gov. Bradley in his supports aud applauds n Republican stand for law and order in Frankfort. Governor. The Governor is not interfering Congress has carried Mr. Clove-lan- with the deliberations of the LegislaHe is not intimidating its ture. to tho Cuban trough, but whethHe is not seating or unmembers. er it cau mako him drink is yet to be seating members. He is not nlternat-th- e He is not punishing journals decided. men for the violations of the laws. the power Senator L:iude.,ol Christian coun- on He exercises constitution conferred itsell, to him bv the ty, has been appointed to fill the vaprevent in timid ition, to restrain law cancy on the Appellate bench, made lessness, to give to the representatives vacant by the death ot Judge Grace. ot the people tree entrance to and exit He Irom the halls of legislation. and the mob scatters, and Bradley was perfectly speaks "Governor Soiumers' deputies disappear and the right in calling out tho militia," said Senate meets to fulminates its thun a good Democrat to a Repciimcan ders. and to nrjaign the Governor for nobody is trial before reporter yesterday. "Those fellows interfered the House, and as ou with. Monday, Sit at Frankfort, "he continued, "thought urda . every man who cared to exerhad things their own way and cise the inalienable right of every they this was tho Governor's only resource. American to make c fool of himself did so. but none 111 the exercise of Had Chinn and his gang raised a row that privilege was permitted to restrict and killed somebody, .then the Gov the right to employ themselves in the emor would havo been blamed for same manner. Gov. Bradley was right to act when not iuterferring and would have been appealed toby the piesidiug officer called a coward, but he has proven of the Senate nnd the presiding officer himself anything else but 11 coward. " of House, to brush aside nn unimportant Mayor and nn indiflerent Sheriff, The Hartford Ucrald together with and as Chief Magistrate command peace in a disturbs'! community, and other Democratic papers are "cuss end a reign of terror created bv the iug" the Legislature, and are always conspiracy between desperate and defeated politicians calling it the "Republican LegislaWhile we do not agree with ture." all that has been done by that recent body, yet we must deny thutit was Prou Republican body. There were G8 Robin Hood Gives the ceedings of Tholr ConDemocrats, OS Republicans and 2 vention. Populists in the body, so you can see that it was not Republican. The ' Hardinshorc, Mar. 16. House was Republican ar.d the Sen- The Republicans ot this county held was Democratic, aud every goou ate a delegate convention at the Court measure that originated in the House House Monday lor the purpose of sewas promptly killed in the Senate. lecting delegates to attend the DisIt had been a Republican body there trict Convention at Hodgensvillc,and would have been no need of the State the State Convention at Lexington. Militia being called into service. The The convention was harmonious. Herald this week donatd consideraThe delegates were instructed to cast ble space to the Legislature, which their votes at the District Contention was the most interesting reading ithas for Hon. V. B. Burton, of this county, had for many weeks it was blank. for delegate from the 4th CongressionThis shows the of al District to the National Convention some Democratic editors. at St. Louis. The following resolution was unanimously adopted: GOV.BRADLEY'S ACTIONS. "Be it resolved by the Republicans Gov. Bradley's course iu calling of Breckenridge county in convention out the State Militia has been con- assembled that the delegates to the demned by some people, who are not National Convention at St. Louis, sufficiently informed as to the real from the Fourth Congressional Dis state of affairs as to understand the trict and from the be proceedings at Frankfort for the past instructed to vote for Hoo.W.O.Brad few weeks, but men who have kept ley for President as long aa his name up with the situation and understand is before the Convention, and for Win. motive of McKinley lor second choice ns long thoroughly the some Democratic Representatives and as his name is before the Conven1 ' diced against this damning stud ortll-- ! cd alcohol. Intemperance cuts down youth In its strength, old ngc in its weakness. It breaks the lather's heart, bereaves the doting mother, extinguishes natural affection, erases conjugal love, blots out filial attach-- J raent, blights pirental hopes, brings down mourning age in sorrow to the grave. It produces weakness, not strength, sickness, not health ! death not life. !t makes wives widows', children orphans: fathers fiends; and all ol them paupers nnd beggars. It feeds rheumatism, invites cholera, imports pestilence nnd embraces consumption. It covers the land with idleness, misery and crime. It fills your jails, supplies alms houses nnd overruns your asylums It engenders controversies, fosters quarrels and cherishes riots. It crowds your penitentiaries and furnishes victims for your scaffolds. It is the fire blood of the gambler, the element of the burg- ROWDYISM. Gov. Bradley Protects the General Assembly And Terminates Blackburn's Reign of Terror. Of Courso Thoro is Indigna tioa iu Blackburn's Camp, And Bradloy Is Donouncod ns n Bold, Bad Man. Frankpobt, March 17. Till-- llll tutir.v Trliil. Cant W. T. ltllls. who U sptcl.il judge, went to Mofganfield yetrduy to president tht ttialol Geo Diilaney, rs charged with being one rf the ol Mis. Abbie Oliver, scvetnl years sns Monday's Owensboro Inqulrtr. The cute was called last Monday and b.'th Mdcs wete ready, but no iui had been summoned and Judge Kilts ot, the .slieitfl to sum mons 100 citiwus from iirtjoitiing counties, and recognized nil witnesses for to d.ty, when he will order the Geo. Dutaney, in a trial to ptceed. former triwl, wns given a life sentence but the CAKe wns U'keti to the Court ol Appeals and reversed. Win. Omer and Jim Lee Tate are yet to be tried, too, but it in not likely that their cases will lie odltd nt this term. uiur-dcte- .StEii?? VwtVfJlwt ao, WmmM&?WMj Mrs. ttattle auptoii Dukedom, Tenn. Gave New Life 8lck Headacho nntl Neuralgia Curod by Hood's. " Itood'i SaMnpnrllU has done ma a erct life. from I havo been dl of cood. and neuralgiaa tuBcror all my nearly tlclc hctdtclio breckenridge. I I narrow-mindedne- ss State-at-larg- lar, the plop of the highwayman and suppoit ot the midnight incendiary. It countenances the liar, respects the thief, esteems the blasphemer. It violates obligations, reverences fraud nnd honors infamy. It delaines benevolence, hates love, scorns virtue nnd slanders innocence. It incites the father to butcher his heplcss offspring, helps the husband to massacre his wife and child to grind the paracidal ax It burns up men, consumes woman, detests lifu, curses God, despises heaven. It suborns witnesses, nurses perjury, defiles the jury box and stains judicial ermine It degrades the citizens, debases the legislator, dishonors the statesmen nnd disarms the patriot. It brings shame, not honor; misery, not safety; despair, not hope, misers, not happiness; with the malevolence of a fiend it calmly surveys its frightful desolation and unsatiated havoc. It poisons felicity, kills peace, ruins mor als, blights confidence, slays reputation and wipes out national honor, then curses the world and laughs at its ruin. It does all that and more, it murders the soul. It is the sum of all villainies, the father of nil crimes, the mother ol all abominations, the devil's best friend and God's worst enemy." I think the citizens of the town should be proud ol the school in our midst, and endeavor to sustain it and consider the benefits derived from a place affording good educational facilities. Not only does a good school add to the enterprise of a place, but the refining influence, that spirit of ambition and atmosphere of culture that is ever characteristic of a well disciplined school has a value to one and all that we can not afford to lose. The following new students have since our last letter: II. 15, Cox, Pleasant Ridge; Frank Tabue, Sulphur Springs; Lemore Newton, Lavonia, Breckinridge county; Frank Allen, Big Clifty. Grayson county; Bessie Neal, Wilne Day, Whitesville; W.N. Tillord, Hill Grove. Meade county; Annie Gains, Ambie Ford, Citv. Miss Abbie Smith who has been ill for some weeks is much improved. Miss Jessie Reynolds who has been visiting in Rockport, Ind., has returned. en-ter- roitiisvn.i.i.. bull-dozi- Hartford Republican HAM A. AMIEKSO.V. ..Kill tor. Subscription, SI. 25 por year. Friday, March 20, 1896 No well regulated millionaire's office should be without an experienced bomb catcher. Democrats might secure a cans didate by ottering a good sized purse for the right sort of a man. The is now in su control of the Democratic parpreme General debility ty, and general defeat is awniting it. Cleveland has been so busy disciplining members of his Cabinet that he hasn't written that letter declining to allow the use of his name before tho Chicago Convention. Jin. Consistency is forgotten by the church people and peace advocates who want the United States to make an armed demonstration against Turkey, in behalf of tho Armeniaus. Crawibrdsvillo Journal puts it prettily, plainly and perapiciously in three 1"b thus: The Senators cannot but upheld the GovWhile it is a ernor in bis actions. bad state of alfairs and we deeply deplore it, we have no fault to find with an official who has done his duty. It is au evident fact that Senators and Representatives have been intimidated by ruffians and that the civil officials had failed to quiet the riot, and the only course for the Chief Executive was to call out the State Guards Tho great trouble for protection. with the General Assembly has beeu that it contained such men as Senators Bronston and Goebel, two ununcompromising scrupulous and Democrats, who go upon the "rule or They have all along ruin" idea. been the whole proceedings, aud after they had soen that it was impossible to elect Jo Blackburn, they undertook the revolutionary methods nnd succeeded in unseating two Senators, who bad ni much right to their seats ns any other member ot the General Assembly. The whole trouble can be laid at the door of tho Democratic party. It was instigated by them, and the Governor was forced to call out the The militia on their account. bull-dozi- tion." Some""Bradley men only," made a light on this resolution because it had a second instruction lor McKinley, but they soon discovered that it would not do to make a fight against McKinley, so they submitted and supported the resolution. A lonely Allison man also started in to smasa the resolutiou, but he was promptly and effectually suppressed. He soon subsided nnd the resolution went through without a dissenting voice. Mr. Burton, whom the Republicans ot the county want to send to the St. Louis Convention, is a stalwart and true Republican. He has been as zealous in his support of the Republican party that he has long since brought down on himself the wrath of the Democracy. Breckenridge county thinks she is entitled to one of the delegates from the district, She has never been honored in this way by the Fourth Congressional District, or in any other way. She casts more Republican votes than any county in the district, outside of Ohio, and she certainly some recognition, The Breckenridge delegates will urge the election of Mr. Burton. Hon, James Wilson, of Clorveport, was Chairman, and Mr. Guy Burch, an intelligent young Republican from Mosleyville, was Secretary. There was no oratory on tap during the Convention. Your correspondent has misplaced the list of delegates from this county and therefore cannot name them all. Among them, however, are, Hon. Chas. Blanford, Judge The House is under military surs veillance, Governor flradley having called out the State Guard in order to preserve the peace At 9:30 o'clock Sunday night the court house bell rang the riot alarm, nnd in twenty-tw- o minutes the McCreary Guards, which is company B of the Second Kentucks Regiment, under Capt. Noel Gaines, was marching to the State House. Governor Bradley nt the same time sent a message to Col. John B. Castle. man, commanding officer ot the Louisville Legion, to come nt once to Frankfort with 300 men. Gov. Ilradley, in nn interview at midnight, said iu explanation ol his action that the presiding officers ol both Houses h.nl called on him for protectiou, and thai he had called ou the Mayor to give it. He learned afterward from the Sheriff that the Mayor' a police had been insufficient. Ou Saturday, March 14, the presiding officers of the two houses, along with others, had made affidavit that armed desperadoes had assaulted a Senator. They interfered with the proceedings ot the joint assembly, and permitted outsiders to continue their intimidation, and also permitted numerous other persons who were armed to occupy the Senate chamber nnd cloak rooms of the two houses during the joint session, and that said authorities were powerless, or unwilling to act, and unless he interfered to protect the General Assembly legislative action would be riot and bloodshed would follow, nnd the security of the lives of citizens nnd officers of the Commonwealth required action on his part. over-awe- cit-gu- ds will be at Field & Holbrook's sta ble in Hnitlord the fii.--t Mnud.iy in each month until .May, also the first diy ol Circuit Court Icistrste staining and t.e the artery with Surgeons t, which is in lour Tit-ii" tv saf pi 111 Kltlgellngs cuetnlly operated cmi. Terms lentouablc and satisfactions I. T. Baksakd, guaranteed. Heaver Dam. 25-at I 'nirniiir. that my bandi would cramp for boon ao that I could not uso thcui. Tha doctor T '..-.- Tha palna had become ao Interna for told m v huibaml tlicro was little help had me. Tho different medicines tried dlihcartcnrd me. Blnconalniftwo rrratiy r ...- - - m num.11. un....llla Imrn rrftl- it DOlwt,j..r, . lied rellef,ao much ao that I feci like new Jl has been 'c xk4V4V&-- 4 penon. Ourlltlloboy Iltllllllllff IIIHl I.OItll. VWW with his throat but ,HB How nbout your condition? Don't ilnco taking Hood's PiraiiarlII,eoronen hoarinMioss Imvo cone nnd ho la better you wan't tomnkc n giKxl investment? and health." OriToj', Mas. In Pet Hood . Dukedom, Tcnnrso. Well, you ought to carry some Pniid-inand Loan ock It don't cost yu Hood"3 Pills Ijeoome tlie faiortto cathar-U- c itltU eraine who Ule Ui m. tte. lex boi much. See illitstritinn: lM.rsTR.vrioN Showing cost on 10 shares of clans This testimonial is unsolicited and My A. Stock, carried as nn investment, for the benefit of hummuty. iiubject to severe daughter has in seven enrs, the estimated time ol colds and 1 roup and olteu taken with maturity: violent coughing spells at nioht. Dr. Membership fee.S per share $ 10.00 Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only I have toiuiii th.it will reMonthly dues S.i 1110s. nt $6 Hunk U is as necessary lieve her. per month 50.1 00 as a lile preserver iu the bonne-holMA-rrir- s g U-e1 1 d troublodR f Saraa- i v JAC Totnl amount paid Cash value nt maturity Net profit on $s'4-o. mi Res'y, . 51,00000 investment . . ;?4S6.oo The hinds of the Associotion will be loaned to the See illustrations below, showing the cost of a loan ot 5 1.000.00 on ten shares of class A stock estimating maturity nt 7 years: Membership fee $1 per share $ 10.00 Monthly dues j6 per month 84 months 501.00 Monthly in:eret at 6 per cent.Ss per montli. Si months . 405.00 stock-hohlet' L JK.HSIU.. 202 W limine St . Louisville, Ky. For Mile by . Wayne Grittiiutllro., diuggist, and Kenlrow llros., Nar11 (an 1S.1S95 rows, Ky. Don't stop yoar paper because you are going to engage in some bumncss. You will nteil the pajier's stlppott, You may rest assured that perhaps it will assist ou all it can. .&& r, . Total cost of repaying loan Deduct the amount of loan . . $1,324 00 1,000.00 sZTL GROOM YOIR HOUHC WITH ijr: lfE Ilo .Not III, Till. Do not be induced to buy any other if you have made up your mind to take Hood'sSatsaparilla. Remember that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures when all other fail. Do not give up in despair because other medicines have failed to help you. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla laithfullv and you may expect to be cured. teas-onab- Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, carefully prepared from the best ingredients. 25c. Interest on loan' for 7 years . . $324 00 A net rate ol less than 5 per cent per annum. Having been appointed local agent for the Kentucky-Citizen- s Uuilding-Loa- u Association, Louisville, Ky., I am now ready to write stock and give imputing members all information obtainable. You cau readily see (torn the above illustrations the benefits of carrying stock. Trusting to merit a shnre ol your patronage, I remain, yours truly, Sam A. Andkkson. Whenever a druggist tells you he has something- justasgood forcoughs, grip, etc.. ns Dr. Bell's PineTarllous cy don't you believe it. for we guar-nnthat it is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The U. 15. Sutherland Co , Paducah, Ky. te T30NNEIVS HORSE CLEANER. No lite. fWaK.tiuwquitos or lice. Removes damltufl. din. Leave skin ott and white. Stoo 00 for an vane ol Mange it will not cure. clip- Stops iritatiou, rubbing. Finefor iooi.Miiir. i.i;i:.m:. Goodnight, Huirene, but not farewell; Although Life's sun for thee hath set In hearts of millions long will dwell 'I by kindly light. We'll not foge', The tender, gentle touch, the charm The grace and pithos of thy pe ; Good night, sweet soul ot Sibine tarm, "Patriotism, Protection and Prosperity, are the three P's that will win in the next election." Cleveland found a way to suppress the riot iu Chicago, Gov. Brown found a way to suppress prizefighting and Gov. Bradley has found a way to keep a Democratic Senate from bloodshed. President in deputies which was not authorized by law, nnd they had summoned armed men to Frankfort, and were open enough to say they would, elect Mr. Blackburn or wado through blood. Gov. Bradley is being upheld by some Democratic papers who are not so partisan as to be blind. The Louis-vtl- lc Post says editorially: had sworn Maddox, Rev. of Owensboro preached au able sermon nt the Baptist Church Sunday night; while in town they were the guest of Dr. nnd wile. Miss lessie Wcsterfield is visiting Mrs, Harry Stu-n- , Rockvale. Mr. Henry Veteto who has been ill lor some time is much better and we think wiil soon be in school. With best wishes to yourpaperaud a lasting reraemberance to the many friends and associates that bind me to old Hartford, I am, Yours Truly, LoviE. y For sale Ky. druggist, and Rcnfrow I'm- - by. Wavne Griffin & Tiro., Kros. Narrows. nii-On- e Ilelov'd of children and of men. hemian. Will M. Clemens, in The Neiv Bo- .schoi.itship in the Lexington Iiusiaess College. Call nt this office for particulars. It will pay you. tf ped horses. Mane and tail cleaner of the world. No matting. Keeps hnir fine, soft nnd silky. A hair giower. Mud will not stick. No scratches. Aids iu shedding. Hot.se Gloomed in less than hall the time A tonic; harmlet; removes stains. Keep hnit Irum lading. Hal! gallon Kxpeiur but n trifle Hy its use cleans horse 120 timet. horse has cott like velvet. Also used on cattle and Hoys For milk cows it's especially valuable in fly time. Ask dealers for Iionuer's Horse Clean- et. Will ship half gallon ou receipt of $1 (Mention this paper) Patented TOLUUO SPECIALTY CO., Toledo, Ohio. 31 ly Use iionuer's Hoof Dressing nnd Ham Dust. The course of events at I'ranktort fully justified the Governor in exerdid right in calling cising the power conferred on him by Gov. Bradley out the State Militia to prevent a the constitution as the Chief conservapeace of riot. Why is it that the Democratic tor the The choice was either bloodshed iu do not censuro Gov. Brown the ,State House or the presence ot the papers for holding tho Militia in readiness strong arm ol the law. Eortun Uely the State had a Chief to prevent a prize fight? That lJem Executive who did not nt this crisis worse than n field hesitate tonsume the responsibility cratic Senate was conferred by the constitution and full of prize fighters. command the peace. The Mayor of Frankfort failed utThe certainty of Republican sue terly and failed wolullv to protect cess at tho polls this year, while for- the people's representatives iu tlic-i-r tunate for tho party and tho country, cipacity as legislators. A Senator is accused by muy not bo so for some of tho would-b- e gowsr further than candidates. The man who lo.cs bystanders with this and threatened to have tin 11 d the party, in his ellorts d d tho respect of Walton, , meaning Senator to gain supporters, may be sure that thrown over the railingsit henttempt-e- d to meet with the U011.se in joint tie will nUo lose the nomination. assembly and vole lor any other iimu Iilaclcburn. Jaimv lias hail tho same Fiiinneo than Jo than this nn employe ol the Further The Senate, a creature of the p.irty ciucu-iyears. Minister for twenty-fiv- epeople of this country should give undertook to appoint ftsi:taiits, denied by the constitution to the Senate thau'ks that they will not have to put to voting prevent two Sucatcrs Iro-.a in the joint nssoiublj up with Secretary Carlisle formtcii It is truo that lio has so These liicts were rotorious,nnd othlong period. I nearly done his worst during the last er facts equally iiatuiiing, auart the id a p?rft right ti a ho might Governor h three years that fear of what he possesed. he did on H'heu the local nutuorities iu Louis do during his last year in oflico, bus Still it will bo on ville hesitated to prevent a prize light been discounted. the Governor of Kentucky did not the Ith of next March, wait for the loci authorities to notify him that they would not uphold the Senator Sherman displayed com law. Gov. Drown enme to Louisville to con-le- r inon benso when ho taiil of tli3 recent lie nsuserted his with the Mayor adverfco criticism of his Cuban speech rights nnd his power as the "Chief by the Spanish Minister at Washing Magistrate." vested with the supieuie "1 do not caro to engago in u executive power of theConuiouwiilh ton: see .section 60 and declared that In controversy with Mr. Do Lome, whom his capacity as a peace officer he in- I know, and whom I esteem asi gen- tended not to punish a contemplated tleman. Ho is here to represent tho ill1. .!" Snuiidi Government, and ho is entithe hut he notified them Unit it tliev lies- tled to the privilege ot making best showing for that government in itated he would outer out the mtliti 1, its present unlortuiiate situation, of nnd put iu pul every person connects cd" with the affair. which ho Hcdpamo. There s the precedent for the course Asa public journal of Gov. Bradley' vo emir the opinions 01 fj B4M CouiU Brup. TuttiUunl, Cm fJ ( cltu'uis, The Evening Post support-eand npplauded four mouths ago a it Democratic Governor, ns , info-niaiio- n 11 ?M. '''l; llZ g to-d- ay I d The greatexpense connected with the fencing of farms is bound to be a thing of the past, ere long. Sec ad. of Kitselman Bros., Ridgeville, Iud., in this paper, and send for their cataWin, Ahl, Messrs. John B Haswell, Allen logue and find out how to build the John II. Batest Will Gardner, Kincheloe, R. Felix Hambleton, (of best fence in the world at the actual color) John Daniel, (ot color) W. J. cost of the wiie. Hall and A. II. Root. Jnk llono NiiN. This county is highly pleased with Owr.KsnoiiO, Kv., March 17. ComHon. John W. Lewis, our gallant Congressman, and stands ready at monwealth's Attorney Rowe decides cigar machines that any time to heartily endorse him. are gambling contrivances, nnd warns RoniN Hood. all operators iu the city to desist or WFiy nor 00 to OOo. a rod for fence whan you can moke tho 'iil, Itiilicrl .1. Inurr-o- ll on llui l.l. be indicted, liior Jtllfctlll FEMGE PEST t,wOVEN WIRE Pin; nnd OH EARTH Rev. Edward Drury, who delivered It is usually contended that none B H ULH W B Horae-lllalChlckon Tight, four excellent lectures in Hartford but preachcis, religionists and unmu I WJ cM m man anu noy can niuKo thinking fanatics are clamoring about last January will, by request of the ".-t from to to 60 rods a day. frsit w.' Over 00- atylea. deliver six the evils of the liquor business. Col. citizens of Hartford CatalOKiie Frco. llluatratecl Ingcrsoll has the reputation ot not lectures, beginning on Monday night Ornamental Fencs.ggg continuing through As the name indicates, Hall's Vegs being very religious, but a man of April 13th nnd TUU nuvou bunu iiuiiimu in linn tha world would bo n auhatltuto for ourflna nmnm.n. brains and possessing the courage to the week. Rev. Drury is a learned cltible Sicilian Hair Rencwcr is a Fence Boautlful. Duralila, . . . .. tol Dl.ln HHl.nnl.a.l CITUf- - UllnB Strong, nnd Choai). ? ,. um ttu.'-.i.-111 ,i,b nu.u iu Catholic divine nnd all our citizens of the hnir, including 't.s hpeak his convictions. Tlie Chicago wholenalo prices. ri.m. Circulars and Prlco rurmcrB List Free. Li KITSELMAN BROTHERS, Box OS. Rlclfiovlllo. Indiana. growth, hoilth, youthful color, and Tribune takes the following from an .should come out to hear him. beauty. It will please you. J. M. Mattinoly. address of Col. Ingersnll before a jury: "I am aware that there is a preju dice aaaitist any man who manufactures alcohol. I believe that from the lime it is ues from the coiled and poi.souutH worm in the jaws of death, NAoslor and r'i gate $ &? dishonor aud crime, it, demoralizes DOOR BANK SAIL KOSUR PAIW SCREW MOSIR PAIf KT riRE PKGOF SAFE THE CGRLb3 PATENT BAVK SAFE everybody that touches it, lrom its source to where it ends. I do not beirsfflascrH jHTiiv rniflTN. lieve anybody can contemplate the otject without being prejudice against lite liquor crime, "All we have to do, gentlemen, is to think ol the wrecks on either bank I ot the strcmi of death, of suicides, of the Insanity, of the ignorance, of the destitution, ol the little children tug- Kni? at t,e faded and withered breasts ftjijjEfy m!3i weeping and despairing mothers, ol wives nskiug for bread, of the men Cnntrnoiorii to tho United Stntes Goveriiinoul, ol genius It has wrecked, the men PLANS. Kl'KClFIfJATlONS AND ESTIMATES SOLE OWNI'RS OK Oiitrnrtrf to tliu Mexican Government. FURNISHED ON ALL KINDS OF struggling with tho imaginary ser- - i Mimler mid Uirlit I'utent Safes in MoslQr& Corliss Patents. T5ANK VAULT .fc 8AFETY DEl'OSIT WOUIC by this devilish! produced use oil over tho World. A, FINE AND mJKOLAU HtOOF SAFES.E10. ol the Uitogi nml when you laws, 01 me umis nouses, 01 mc usy Phlrnim. Ill A'i rt Wnliaili .......... ...n... ... ,. ,f .. ....... .. Aipnml New York City, No. 305 Droadway, Corner Duane. "''"""I ruass,, JNo.ioj uevonsiurc (. luins, ol the prisoners, of the scaffold Kansas City, Mi Jo.' a IMiwaie St, Cincinnati, Ohio. Southwest Comer 3d and Vine Street. I do uot wonder j Mo No wu North Fourth Street St Louis upon either bank, in the United States uud foreign Coun trie Los Angeles, Cal .No.jV North Main Street, Hamilton.Ohio. Providcnce,R.I.,and nil other priucipul ciltea that every thoughtful man is preju- - J 1 , Aii-ne- tte i nickle-in-thc-slI mi 'ui:i:k. Farmers have been busy burning plant beds and sowing oats. Miss Maggie Lake opened school at this place on the first Monday. Prospects are llatterinir lor a good .school, Mr. Will. Ward and wile spent Friday and Saturday in Daviess county, the guest of .Mr. Henry Park and family. Revs. Cain and Cook arc holding a drotracted meeiiiug at Shiukle Chapel. Prospects aie flattering for a good meeting, Mr. Ed Ward, who has been sick with pneumonia, is utile to be out again. Mrs. Mayworth Barnard has been the guest of liti mother, Mrs. Delila Wallace, for the past two wttks. Mrs. Thomas Carbon, ulio has been confined to her room lor so lung, is, we are sorry to state, ttill lingering on the bed of affliction. Miss LoiaiucSullcngcr, Hartford, is the guest of her grandmother at A P.sscu-Ilthis writing. v. Why suffer with Coughs. Colds and T.nGrippe when Laxativr Bromo Quininr will cure you in one day. Does not produce the ringing iu the head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put up 111 tablets convenient for taking. Guaranteed to cure, or money refunded. Price, 25 Cents. For sale by Williams .N: Hell, Hartford; ' 4W.M.St. K. V. Williams.Beaver Dam; A hjf Otwbi-M.oA. S Anil. Sulphur Springs; Ky Hrown & Chapman, Ccntcrtown; R. E Her : Co , Rockport. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ot teeth (no better made Trpi.y AsTONisiiisii Miss no matter now much you pay) . $8 N. Moon. Fountain, Minn., Gold fillings $1 Up says: Aycr's Cherry Pectoral has Silver filling 75c had a wonderful effect in curing my Extracting, pel tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized btotber's children ol a severe and Air 50c dantrerous cold It wps truelv aston- Extracting liee when Aitificial ishmg how speedily they found relief Teeth arc ordeicd. Office permanently located niter taking this preparation.' Lociis- - Oental vill 0. )l FE RJrPF . g, 'r. iui W! - na 5HS ' m Operalinihs (' ictoris ':S!JU?i WSHBlIu ',' .... i 1 '" II you wnnt bargains, call on Stevens, Remember the Jones lecture to- - THE OLDEST D THE night. Hon. W. I. Rowc, Centcrtown, was In town Wednesday. In town BEAVER Mr. P. Westerfield ester. Messrs. Carson, DAM. nnd family Roch- A FAVORABLE Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Stevens' la the place to buy grocers les BEST spent Saturday and Sunday in SH0WING The Statistics of Ohio County as Compiled by County Assossor, N.C. Dnnlal, and His Corps of Ablo Doputlos. Below we will this week tell something about the cattle of our county, Iu what precincts and Justice District they are to be found, value of same, &c , &c. By cattle in the following statistics we include bulls, cows, calves and steers of common stock only. They arc located and valued as follows, viz : DR; Wail to ste our new goods. IT BLEW Phew! how it blew 'round our way yesterday. The wind the snow the elements conspired to Cough-curr- , tho most prompt ami brooks'. Carson & Co. Mr. Ben. D. Kingo, Frankfort, was this week. been on the (lli'utiwt remedy for illsfftsrs of llm throat ami lutij, in Ajcr'rt Cherry Pectoral. As mi I'lncigt'iioy medl- cine, for the cure or Croup, .soro Throat, Lung Fever and Whooping Cough, Haled hay for sale nt Field & IIol Hall's Corsets Waists for Ladtea nnd Cahsom & Co's. Misses nt New York Early, Rose Potatoes at ,Mr Jan. A Smith has sick list since Friday. Mrs, K. W. Ford b visiting her mother, Mrs. W. II. MoorcntSulphur Springs. Col, Ion I). Nail, who Is well known here, Is seriously ill at his home in AYER'S enniiol lio equaled. K. M. IlltAWI.IiY, I). I), 1W. See. of tlio American Unp- list Publishing Society. Petersburg, Vn.i endorses It, us 11 euro for violent eold.s, bronchitis, etc. Dr. llruwley also adds:" Toull ministers suffering froui throat trouble, I recommend Stevens'. No trouble to show Cherry Pectoral make our sales drop away below the average. We, therefore, Will have to double our sales the coining week, mid in order to doso will oiler AYER'S Stevens'. If you will price Stevens' groceries you will save money. T. J. Smith &Co. renl estate agents, have several good farms for fale. Mr. G. II. Matthews, foreman of the Hattford Herald, Is on the sick list. We will open n large assortment of Q'ttenswnrc at Louisville. I County Attorney 15. P. Neal has been confined to his room for the past week on account of sickness. Cherry Pectoral Awarded Medal at World's Fair. , AVERS PILLS Cure Lfier and Stomach Troubles ig New Shoes at Onr.sm i: Co's. & Co. Hoi-broo- Wehave lots of tobacco canvas. Bargains. Below we give you some prices on goods we wish to close: Heavy woolen dress 35c; former 50c. price 54 in. Water proof 40c,(ormer price 50c. 54 in. Ladies clothOOc former price 75c. goods Carson For bailp'l hay cnll on Field & Pure ttab cidsr lor sale by F. V. Piitte, Hnrlloid, Ky. 22 6tu We can't b under-solCaksox & Co. Just received a lot Ht. 1C. Field iV. o( fine new Holbtook. l.s bug-git- s I.. llulliiigtoii give you a quick, .shave. easy prepared to and close Fancy Eiderdown 10 and 15, worth 25c. Dark calicoes 5ci Bed worth (5c. Fancy ginghams 7c, worth 9c. Dark satines 10 and 12'., worth L5c. Bed blankets 75c, 81 and81.;25,worth$150 STOP per pair. AND i ! Accidents archappeningevery day. Fire is mt accident. You had better insure your property. Call on V.. II, Shulu lor school tax receipts. They ate the very thing to keep a record ol your work in collecting tax, & Co., have Messrs. Fair llro-.moved their stock ol goods from their old stand into Cupt.'Cox's new builThey now h.ivel one of the ding prettiest More house in Western Kentucky and with their immense .stock of goods they will be enabled to furnish the trade with almost everything that is needed iu their line. . comforts ribbed 9b'c, worth St. Ladies !K)e, THINK Don't you know tint it pays to sec wheie j on can buy the cheapest? Don't ou know Mint f I saved is $t made? A merchant buys where he can get the best goods nt the lowest vest 23c, worth 35c. Ladies woolen skirts per Ladies worth 1.2:1. price Millinery reduced 50 Just as cent. woo1 en you hould do. Miss Lima 11. Miller died at her father's residence, Mr. Henry A. Miller, on the 9M1 inst., and her remains interred in the Mt. Pleasant burying ground 11 inst Miss Miller was in the flames ol youth, being only 17 Woolen and Wash Dress Goods in n years old, very intelligent nnd n devoted chtistmu. We extend our Caiison & Co. few days. heart-fe- lt sympathies to the bereaved Northern Early Rose Seed Potatoes family nnd friends. A Friend. for sale by Field & Holbrook, at 35c. Tin; following named persons have per bushel. paid their subscription to Tin: M. Fair has gone to CinMi.W. since our last issue: D. C. cinnati to purchase goods for Fair Black, J. T. Foster, G.T. Westerfield, Co. Bros. & D. M. Hocker, Hartford; Sam Gaines, Miss Sara Collins, Carson & Co's Fordsville; C. C. Carter, Narrows; J. Milliner, is in Cincinnati selecting J. Tilford, W. T.Keown, J. J.Roberts, her spring stock. Fordsville; L. W. Hunt, Sulphur For nn "II. M. T." Buggy, call on Springs; A. J. Buskill, Point Pleasant; Try it and you L.T.Millard. Taylor Mines; II. L. Field & Holbrook. Taylor, Rochester; Dr. M. W. Duvall. will use no other. Arnold; Sqott Leach, Beaver Dam; took Bird and Jack Shetiff Kcown Louis Rogers, Rockport. Skaggs and Wm. Foreman to the Itrnl row Miller. penitentiary last Saturday. Mr. T. D. Renlrow, ol Sulphur Misses Bertie Morton, Jessie Smith Springs, and Miss Lena Miller, of and Prof. R.Fosterspent Sunday with Springfield, 111 , were quietly married Miss Denia Woodward, at Centcrtown. in the parlors of the Planters house, Owensboro, Monday afternoon by Judge L. P. Little, Hon. R. A. Judge Jep C. Johnson, Eld. R. II. Crossficld, of the Chris-Ma- n Greenville, are attending court this Church. Miss Miller was a popweek. ular young lady, well connected in buggy of Illinois, and Mr. Renfrow is of an old You can get a Field & Holbrook lor a little money and prominent Ohio county family. as they can be had anywhere. Give He met his bride at Henderson Sunday and went to Owensboro. After them a call and be convicted. the ceremony they left at 4 o'clock Mr. I. W. Fulton and Miss L. E. over the Falls of Rough for Sulphur Kincade, of Prentis, were married in Springs, where many friends greeted the County Clerk's office Wednesday, them. A long and happy life is the Rev. Jo. B. Rogers officiating. wishes of Tim Repuhlican. Messrs. Field & Holbrook, have ci:iiai.v been awarded the contract for carrying We are made tad to learn of the the mail between Hartford nnd death of Rev. C. A. Gray, of Rock-por- t, for the next four years. Ind., as he formelly lived here for many years. It vould be a good idea f or our Born on the 12 inst, to the wife of "city dads" to see about the street Mr. V. B. Morton, a girl, crossings in town. They are needed Rev. J. C. Brandon filled his regular worse than nnytniug else at present. appointment here Sunday. Mr. Sam Mortou has gone to Ev Assistant Secretary State E. D. Guffy and family of Frankfort, arrived ausvilleon business. Messrs. N. B. Fulkerson and G. M. yesterday to spend a few days with Mrs. Guffy's parents Mr. and Mrs E. Maddox, who have been engaged in the mercantile business here have, B. Allen. dissolved partnership. Mr. FulkerMr. A. D. Buskill, of Point Pleasson continues in the business and Mr. ant, has accepted a position as ste- Maddox retires. nographer for Messrs. Heavrin & The young folks gave an cntertrin-men- t Taylor. Mr. Buskill is a graduate of ai Dr. J. M. Everly's Saturday Bowling Green Business College. first-class Beav-er.Da- Bell nnd Ctnbb, Louisville, spent Sunday In town. Ming M.iyme Barnard who has been visiting Irlends here is now visiting in Hartford. Prol. B. C. Scott left Sunday for his home in Maringo, Ind. Little Miss Myra McKenney went to Louisville Sunday with her father where she will visit telatives and friends. McKenney went to Mr. he will Rochester Sunday' where spend the spring and summer. Mis3 Lizzie Barnes a milliner in Hlackton, Alabama, spent the past week with her parents in the country. Mr, II. D. Huat is in the East purchasing the spring stock lor Hunt, Stewart and Leach. Miss Alice Edmonds lelt Monday lor Louisville where she will prepare herself lor the milliner in Cumberland Gap. Mr. E. P, Barnes nnd sister Miss Fannie are In the East purchasing the new goods for Hocker & Co. Miss LesU Hays nnd little niece, Rochester, passed through town Sun-daetiroute to Louisville. Misses Bessie Nave and Bessie O'Bryan, Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday in town with friends. Mr. W II. Blankenship diijd Suddenly at his home Monday morning of heart failure. Mr. J. M. Hudson received a message Monday that his son had been drowned nt Bowling Green. He and his daughter Maude lelt on the noon train for Bowling Green. Miss Ella Smith, Fordsville, visi-ite- d Miss Emma Barnes Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Shelby Taylor and wife, Hartford were in town Saturday. Rev. Casebier preached at the Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. W. R. Chapman and wile spent Saturday with their daughter Mrs. O.-c- ir y w CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. Free A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. FERTILIZERS! Precinct E. Hartford W. Hartford. Beda Magan Cromwell Cool Springs No.cattle 544 343 4S6 687 687 Sulphur Sprg's 669 Val The question of Fertilizers Is one $6,259 that all good farmers are interested in 3.74 and sooner or later must take an in4,531 terest in. The history of farming in 7,391 Fred Taylor. returned lrom Hardin county Thursday. Mrs. T. F. Johnston will return to her home in Sulphur Springs Friday Miss Ollte Smith Attye. Itrpill.llcnn Contention. hose Ladies union suits 08c, wort li 1.25. Ladies ami gents overgators 73c, wort h SI. Boys boots, size ?0,H and 13, for L, worth $1.50. 21c, worth 35c. The hustling liverymen, Field Keep account of your expenses and are constantly replenishbuy clostly and see how much you ing their already big supplv of bughave saved in a year. gies. Quick sales and "small profits is their motto. I Will Save Rev. Jo. B. Rogers administered the ordinance of baptism to Mr. Bee I Heavrin in Rough River Wednesday If you don't think so try me buy at the closest, figures and sell at evening at four o'clock. A large number of people gathered to witness the very lowest the ceremony. You Money It is Rubber boots worth 83.25. Ladies Men 98c, worth $-.7- 5, heavy shoes 1.25. jeans pants 99c, worth? 1.25 Men extra quality laundried shirts 49c. heavy Overcoats that sold for $ 10 now $6. Boys overcoats $1 up to $5. Men hats 49c np to S3.50, newest styles. All wool suits $-- up ty $15. 1 Extra quality Mcin$8.5o. tosh coats $7, worth We arc here to do business with yon and by fair and hon,v est treatment we. hope to receive your patronage at all times Wo will guarantee the prices the lowest and tho quality excelled, see ns. un- fomo to CO. FAIR BROS. & Fpopiuetoks, Mr. W. II. Blanker.ship, ol Beaver D.uu.died suddenly Monday morning of rheumatism of the heatt. He had bce,u in bad health for some time, but his death was a great shock to his many friends and relatives. He arose early Monday morning feeling as Call on Htilliugton, thebirber. well as usual, nnd alter doing his We cirry a lull and complete line of morning work became into the house He will Cahso.n & Co. and died in a few minutes. Furniture be greatly missed in his community. Miss. Mayme Harnard, Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. 1 F(. I,ee Jlury ItriKlir Klrliy Ilrnd. News reached Hartford yesterday by this week. telegram announcing the death of Horn to the wile ol Dr. J. R. Pirtle Mrs. Mary Render Kirby at Dallas, Tuesday morning, a girl. Tex. Details were not given ns to Mr. O. K. Tinsley, Mrs. Florence the immediate cnuse of her death. Allen and two Utile boys and Miss She was the daughter of Mr. W. B. Mable Harnett, ot Washington neighRender, of this city, nnd lud only borhood, gave us a pleasant call Mon- been married a short time to Mr. Kirday, by, of Dallas. Many hearts are made was Mr. Geo. M. Maddox, who has sad by the announcement. She labeen in business at Cernlvo, has sold reared in our midst nnd no young dy who ever lelt Hartford had more out nnd will likely go into someother buisness soon I Ie is a good business friends and the sudden announcement shock to the relatives and iuau,ciiid would be n valuable addition was n great friends. She was a consistent christo any community. tian lady nnd while here waS identified with the Baptist Church. A little child of Mr. Green Render, ol the Little Hcrfd, was burned to death week before last. Its mother had gone on a visit to a close neighbor nnd lelt the children nt home. The little fellow caught fire and started with with the other children niter its mother and got ns far ns the yard, gate when It wns burned so badly ns to be beyond moving. cod-liv- er Road and Htldge Commissioners of follows Ohio county are distributed ns by precincts and names: W. P. Ash-bCctitertown nnd Siuallhouse; Joe Hownmu, Magan; D. 11. Dartlett, UnrtUtt; J. F. neck, Roslne and Horse Branch; Jeff Jlell, Hellin nnd Huford; Jtio. C. Chamberlain, North Hartford nnd fleda; Jo. L. Carson, South Hartford; C. C. Dennis, Crom-welT, F. Johnston, Sulphur Springs; W, R. Jones, Fast and West Fordsville; J. 1. Miller, Heaver Data nnd Mcllunry; J A. Myers, Shreve and Olaton; S. M Phillips, Kills; A. II, Stanley, Cool Springs. Money to me L B STEVENS. Sim-lueriu- nn Un $, no virtue in the nasty taste of oil. y, Then why take it clear? l; fiarttord Sample " fashion. i.0f Hartford, Ky. The sootier you begin to fight the fire, the more easily it maybe extinguished. The sooner you begin taking Aver's Sarraparllla for your e, the easier will be the cure. In both cases, delay is danger ous, if not fatil. Be sure you get Ayer's and no other. blood-diseas- breaks the oil into drops so small that you can hardly taste it. Tho Republican voters of Ohio county are called to meet at their respective voting precincts at two o'clock p. in. on Saturday, April 4, aud select delegates to tbe County Convention which is hereby called to meet at tbe Court House in Hartford on Monday, April G, 189G, at 12:30 o'clock, p. in., for purpose of appointing delegates to the District Convention which has been called to meet at Hodginsvlllo on Monday April 13, and to the State Convention which 13 called to meet at Lexington on Wednesday, April 15, for tbo purpose of selecting delegates to the National Convention at St. Louis, &c. night. Ohio county is entitled to 22 deleRev. G. W. Tilford has sold his gates, and votes in both District and farm to Mr. James Duncan and will State Conventions, said set of delemove to Rockport soon. gates will no doubt be expected to atMr. John Kimbly visited his aunt, both of said Conventions. Mrs. Nail, at Godman, Muhlenberg tend In tho County Convention it is county, last week. Mrs. A. J. Coffman, Point Pleasaut, hereby ordered that each precinct shall be entitled to 1 delegate and visited relatives near here recently. one voto lor ever fraction over 12 Sam Maddox, Rockport, visMr. cast for IIou. W. O. Bradley for ited R. E. Endaly Sunday. Louis. Governor nt the November election 1895, provided that no precinct shall Cry be entitled to lesj than two delegates and votes. This will allow precinct delegates and votes as follows. Autloe. 5 We wnnt a good live correspondent East Hartford 3 jt every Postoffice in Ohio county. West Hartford 4 We want one who will get up the Beda 4 news ot his locality in good shape. Sulphur Springs 5 One who will attend to it. We will Magan . . . . 5 furnish stationery, stamps, &c, and Cromwell 2 send a copy of the paper free. This Cool Springs 5 will be good practice for some young Rockport 3 lady or gentleman nnd will greatly Select 4 assist Tan Republican. Send in Horse Branch 8 paper, envelopes, Rosine and get some t 5 stamps, &c, and begin the good Beaver Dam 4 word in your locality. We want to McIIenry 5 put Tun RiU'UnucN in every house Centertown 2 of Ohio county, nnd by getting every Siuallhouse 6 neighborhood represented it will East Fordsville 4 greatly benefit the paper. Take it West Fordsville 2 Aetuaville up and see how it will benefit you. 2 Shreve 3 Out of weakness comes strength Olaton 2 Buford when the blood has been purified, en3 riched nnd vitalized by Hood's Sarsa-parill- Bartletts 2 Hf din East nnd West Fordsville precincts Demi Iluby Found. may hold a joint convention ns may The BI rk City neighborhood is exEast and West Hartford precincts. cited over the finding ol a dead baby, Delegates nro requested tobavo apparently but n few days old, in a their Credentials properly altosted by slough near that place last Friday tbo Chairman and Secretary of their says the Owensboro Messenger. afLast Friday afternoon as Bob Smith precinct conventions immediately n colored farmer, wns crossing what ter adjournment of said convention, The County Committeo will havo is known as "Hirk City Slough," he n small object which he thought an importaut meeting immediately b.iw was a base ball imbeded in the clamafter tho adjournment of tho County my mud. He got a stick nnd attemptConvention nnd overr member is ed to pull it out to take to his chilmost earnestly requested to bo presdren, but when he moved It nn infant's ent and tako part iu tho proceedings. The hand broke through the mud. Very Kes'y, ghastly object frightened him so that E. D. Guwv, he dropped his stick and fled from the Ch'm'u Rep. Co. Com. He ran to the store in Birk spot. Note:-ThKtato Convontion will City nnd told Mr. Clark nnd some probably bo changed from Lexington boys what he hud lound nnd several ol them went to the spot together. to Louisville. They left the small body in the slime . and sent for Esq Winstead to hold an Rev. J. P. Hicks, Pastor of the inquest. No light was thrown on the will case, but it is thought that the body Hartford Presbyterian Church, was that of a child not over three days be married to Miss Nannie Funk, a old. It was badly decompose and h id charming young lady of Uvermore, the appearance of having ben in the on Thursday evening April 2, 1896, nt the Union Church, Uvermore Ky. mud for about t.vo months. Since llro. Hicks has been Pastor ol A negro woman who died in the neighborhood about two months ago the Presbyterian Church at this place, people is thought by some to have been the he has endeared himsell to our mother. The body was hurled Satur- and many are the congratulations that day nftcmoon, and the matter was he will receive from our peonle. They kept quiet until yesterday, when it will arrive in Hartford on April 3'1. and will make their home with .us. reached this city. for Children Pitcher's Castor la. the Old World as well as the olJest States of this country, amply demonstrate the proposition. If soil never 524 wore out or was then Rockport 734 the necessity of fertilization would Select 303 not come up. But in most soils the 614 Horse Branch elements ot plant lood will be drawn I Rosine 569 out and the powerol Beaver Dam 664 . . . . does not exist, hence the farmer also McHenry 271 . . . . 3.47' expects his labor to be profitable 867 . . . . 9.728 must fertilize and the cheapness of Centertown Siuallhouse 3.25 272 . . . . products only increases the necessity 5.406 for cheap products and short crops E Fordsville 479 - - 3.47S would soon ruin the prospects of the W.Fordsville 304 4.458 agriculturalist. While cheap products Aetuaville 404 . . . . Shreve 433 4.127 would to some extent be offset by . . Olaton 3.451 large crops. Tbe only question then 319 Buford 333 3.015 is what fertilizer will pay. All econ. . 5.176 omical practical farmers will.of course Bartletts 472 . . 2,872 264 Heflin husband carefully the home reAdded lists 89 . . . . i.37o sources, by these supplies are insufBy foregoing table it will be ab- - ficient. Then there is no question Meed that Centertown lists greatest but fertilizers compound of animal number of cattle while Heflin shows matter are THE goods to be relied up the least number, but when it , on. In other words "bone" should comes toaveragevalueperhead Crom be the basis. well takes the lead and quotes them The cleaner, the sounder the bone worth $13.50 per head, while Buford the more plant food to the ton. I appears as tail ender and says her cat- , We are again prepared to furnish tle are only worth $9 05 per head. farmers with the old reliable "Horse Magan must certainly have a large shoe Brmd of .,Bone.i and ..Com number of calves or Cromwell an un Grower,"in which there is no usually fine lot of good steers and thenumerous articles good milk cows, for these two pres which enterinto the cheap Fertilizers, cincts lists exactly the same number which now flood the country, but of cattle, but Cromwell values her's which is guaranteed to be strictly Maat nearly $2,000 more than does animal matter. A dozen years or gan. Taken by Justice Districts wc more of actual use of these goods have the following footings: have demonstrated Mieir superority, Val No.cattle Dist. and the farmers who invest in these $29,178 Hartford 2,729 take no risks. 2,862 Cromwell 32,245 Wc have refused to take consignRosine 2.643 31.543 ments of cheap goods, because the Fordsville 1,939 20,920 larmers interest are ours, and we con11,062 1,069 Buford scientiously believe them damaging Added lists 89 .37o to the purchaser. We buy direct fromthe Manufactur126,318 Totals ii,33i er, at the slaughtering Headquarters When district comparisons aremade ol the World, ship direct in carload we will notice that Cromwell leads in lots, and can sell as cheap as anybody number, but Rosine leads in quality in the world. We make no effort or average value per head, the price however to compete with cheap Ferin that district being nearly $11.94 tilizer. per head, while Fordsville is in the We have a large shipment just rear with average value of nearly coming in. Call on or write $10.08 per head. Hocker & Co. The total number in the county head, valued at $126,3(8 shows 11,331 For Nnle or Kent. an average value ol a traction more A first class business house in per head. It is also an Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite than $11.15 average of a iractlon more than 492 centrally located. For further par head in each precinct and 2,266 to ticulars address J. W. Tabor, Fordseach Justice District, which Is a fracville, Ky. or D. M. Hocker, Hartford, tion more than 2 head for each voter Ky. in the county. This with.with about 2 2i sheep and five hogs lor each votCorrespondence must sign their full er leaves us pretty well fixed in the names to all communications sent to way of meats. Not for publicaThe Republican. Next week will tell more particular- tion but as an evidence of good faith. ly about our sheep and hogs, but as We must know who our correspndi the paper is now about full up and ence are, or we cannot use their com the "devil" has told us to stop for munlcations. Please observe this. this issue. 7i324 9,269 4,959 7.592 3.727 6,698 6,920 8,173 .... .. .. .. 1 1 a. Having no When Baby nu lick, va care her CVutcrta. t'ced that the charter of Hartford When alio wu a CtllJ, ha cried (or CutorU. College has been so amended by our V.teu tbe became Ilka, the clung to CaitorU. gare th tax Ctutorla. late legislature as to require our town Whn the bad Children, the to adopt a different plan to support and maintain our school in the future, and being almost sure that our NO DIRT LEFT people want something more than a Inrfoth... uiai ji&a VA8UR.' common 5 months school aod intend inoiM hoar and MM V" mar,work dOM. Tb.rs to have it, we'll suggest that our peoWANTED, ticlu.it. WWrlfciiiiiTiiiiiiTiirr vto. wnt. for ttrrafc ple read up on the common school law and note that part concerning llnay Hee" Agency Co., Hartford, Ky. Graded Common Schools, and espei cinlly do wo urge tbo trustees to do Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. We are satisfied that in it we this? tiie Best Salve in the world for Salt can find something which under the C"ts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, ChapRheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, will please ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all preseut circumstances roost it not all our tax paying citiSkin Eruptions, and positively cures A tax of 30 or 4O0 on each Piles, or no pay required. It is guarzens. anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or $100 worth of taxable properly and motey refunded. Price 25 cents per 81.50 capitation, would, no doubt, box. FOR SALE BY Williams & tf bo enough to extend the. common Bell. school term making it ten months inOnly 81.0S per Dozen. stead ot five and as our common school For the next 60 days I will make in the future be taught will.uo doubt, Cabinet Photos atJi.gS per dozen; )( in our College as it has been iu the Photos at $ 1.25; Caribay)Sc per doz-epast, let the pupils of the towit pay a Hartford tauMondays, McAt reasonable price for branches they Henry on Tuesdaysanjl at Beaver study limber than tho commou school Dam the balance of the time. grado. This, wo think, will bo agreod '. 31 4t A. D. Taylor.' to uy most 01 our cuizens aim luaipve ir n. Editor Repuiiucan: Our Neliool. o UlrliD-riiilU- may have a voto on tho questiou bo as to scttlo this matter, which has been in an unsettled condition for several months. Let's urgo our present trustees to arrange to sumbit some When plan to a vote of our people. wo vote the tax wo will also elect 0 trustees. Let's try it for threo years aud if not satisfactory then let's adopt something better. Danger $idital$ Mori Itan tilf III victims cf consump lion do not know It if tivi it. litre is a. list of symptoms by which consumption can certainly be detected! ' Cough, one or two slight efforts on rising-- occurring during the diy and fre- quently during the night. t. Short hrnthint after exertion. 1 Tightnntof th chist. Quick pulsi, especially noticeable In th ' evening and after a full meal l Chilians In the evening, followed by7 SUM freer. 1 Pirspirition toward morning and ,. "PjIijci and hpiijnlhc morning,) N loss of vitality. K you have these symptoms, or any of them, do not delay. There are many preparations which claim to be cures, but Dr. flclir-- i Cjllib KtBtdf for Consumption has the highest endorsements, and his stood the test of years. It will arrest consumption In Its earlier stages, and drive away the symptoms named. It is manufactured by the Acker Medicine Co., t6 and tS Chambers St., New York, and sold " " by all reputable druggists. ' A Citizen. j llrury llmUou Hrowuetl. Mr. Henry Hudson, son of J M. Hudson, Beaver Dam, was drowned at Bowling Green Monday, We tailed to learn the particulars so as to give a complete account ot how he came to be in the water, but understand he fell oveiboard alter the boat lauded. He was well knowu iu this county et and has many irlends who will to learn of hlsiintlmely death, re-r- 'L'I1 Willi 1 iwrm 'piihHiMfcm Gonohil Directory. STATE Ol'1'lCtAI.S. Hartford Republican .PlllllAV, Makch 20, 1896 ES? Contagious Blood Poison. Mr. Frank I). Martin, who is engaged jewelry business at 920 Avenue. Washington Cltv. where he Is woll and favorably known, was a victim of that worst form of e contagious blood poison. He realized that his life was about to be blasted, for this terrible disease has baffled the skill of the physicians for ajres, and they have never yet been able to effect a cure. His mental despair can better be imagined than described. In a recent letter he say: "About four years ago I contracted a severe case of contagious blood poison, and It was not long before I was In a terriI Immediately placed ble condition. myself under treatment of two of the best physicians in Washington city. Their treatment, which I took faithfully for six months, cost me just three hundred dollars, and left me worse than when I began it. My condition cau In tlie ills-casl'ctin-nylvati- la .stm i Hcxt $i$ cash, rtntl for each of the next ten largest lists vc wilt give Jto in gold, II you nre good nt word making you enn secure n valuable ptis, ns The Motion Seed Co intend giving many hundred special prl's to persons sending them lists con taining over twenty-fivwords. Write your name on list of words (uuuinctcii) mm enclose the saute postpaid with 12 two cent stamps tor n combination package of Motion Seeds that grow, which includes 12 packets ol the latest nnd tttostpopuhr flowers of different varietiesalso particulars nttd rules of distribution ol prizes. This word contest will be carefully nndcottscientiously conduct ed, and is solely lor the put pose of further introducing our seeds in new localities. Yon will receive the biggest value in fl'iwcr seeds ever offer ed, nnd besides if you nte able to make n good list of words nnd answer promptly you will stand an equal opportunity to secure a valuable prize. We intend spending a large nmount ol money in the distribution of ptlzjs in this contest We assure )ou that your trial order with us will be most gratifying. Write your name plainly and send list as early as possible. 33 at Address, Mono Shrd Co Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111. e IttwiwiMMtmitaiut i j'a44'ttVVti,si5i' Mh I0DR7I. nnMTBTTr "ttflii a uciiiSuBw i- -. i u &dw a S 0 B Governor William O. lliiidlny. Lieut. Governor V. J. Worth-iitgtuSecrctaryof State Charles Kinley. Attonfoy General W. S. Taylor. 1 minor numiiei it. niotte. Treasurer Geo. W. L'Wg. Coiiiinieaiuiicr of Ariculture, ilur nnd ticulturo Statistics Lucas Moore. What es nj n.i.. iu line. 1st Prize. ni....i. DitiiiiVi Kimball Piano. iui man ui .... "Stile ,.3." r nvuiaii '..-- GOO 3d Prize. Cash 10 fiash Prizes, each $25 10 Cash Prizes, rach 510 60 Cash Prizes, each $? Jk 5000 zmjuu lOOCO 7K ; 00 nn , S 12000 i K jWTim Superintendent Public M. Dnvivoii. Kegister Ltud Oflicc Itoynolil. liistructiou-Gc- o. Clias. O, D. proscription for ItilUuts Custorla is lr. Siiiiuu'I and Children. It cnntnitiH ut'itlicr Opium, 3Ioi'plilno nor I'ld-lior's Insurance Bureau W. Coiningorc. Adjutant General CoiuiiiHiioiicr-- Oilier 2?ltlTO(IC Hlll)tlUIL'tf. It Is II IlIII'lllU'sS Mibstltiito State Itbrariau UAy. D. H Collier. Mrs. Mary Drown IIMMIOAU COUlllsWt IHKIW. Jno C. De.mpy, Senntors Wood, chairman: J. P. II. S. Irjvin. Secretary Samuel P. IJrown. COSHKES'IONAJ,. Hon. William C.-Li- say. Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE I.EdlSI.ATUIIE. for l'urogorlo, Drops, Soothing' S.wups, anil Cuslor Oil. It Is IMctiMint. lis (riiimuiU'c Is thirty jnirs' uso by millions of Mothers. CuMoriii destroys "Worms nnd nlluj.s feverlslinos. Custorhi pro cuts vomiting1 Sour Curd, euros DIuiTlia'U ami AVIml Colic. Cnslorla relict rs teething' troubles, enres constipation ami flatulency. Castorla assimilates the food, regulates (lie stomach and bowels, (,'llng healthy ami naturat sleep. Castorla Is the Chlltlroii'rt I'an.icea lliu Mother's Friend. ivn.slriiets the IihirksI llrst prlii- - still l silsni n llm iernn wlinlllplmliet lliori' ttillll thrrn Inllil .if llir senlrnro In Rood KiisjIIkIi t ttatiHllilt.tr llinrs, ii isniif iirtchHiiry litilsKnti rj it iirr.il tiirnitiiiin'i. iiw.imr, ni.r. n... ;u III rrfrmiir nriivr III lllllse) fOlliprilltiiB wiiunv n Hirui v nrti iir&t in vmni.i. lutirra will rei i tte n pancr i:crjr rompctltor whosu sruti nro ri'iicbtm forty-twCOi"rcd rolumoiouialnliiti tni Iveof nllkteiVI lliw' imvtd win liior lio lin lirlro or not Thin nntost Iom", April 1&. IsaH. The prlio wtniiHtf will iw minmim'iMl mio Ilium twoorimiwinlro-wm-nln- nne. week Inter unit tliouinnlm' iituicei piibtlslnMl In llmlx-n- t keulcnera uro nf i,o nanin lenKth priTiMeni'd will I plvi-Kch euinpDlltorinii-- t imiMiiii t liliiiwn mtitfiirt, hiiiI I n iktwhi will lw uthmisl turn iMnliirnulwtlttiK'U mutt. Hi'IiIpiii i s nniuil coiitiallnoro than liii'tilrrl hisurn Mflor they ri'i'tlvtd lU'SldimW vt Uniah.t arv nut poilolltcd In coiuptila, directly or Indlrcvlly OlliorFiiintiilic..) nULES FOR TIIE ENTKSOE-- K' Tho If ntttli of aKrntrnlstiilH m. iimirnl ly the mirnhi r of I tiers. It ttintnlnj. "11" butiuilctlurt'nii lio iw d irenunt'1 1 hi' H'n mIhrrn ilriim No word M'nit muslronslst of ioiiilti!tt word. or 'l"oitn tin iisoil imirr Uiiii on 'i. not In Tin' i !. , n o g i oj lilies oiiiaawu VsVT 'T iv i "" )iut nst'd pMimini list rilmis, IlKurun, nlilirs lallniin oriMntriii'llims, "1" nml this urlk'Ic ".k mill Ih mi i inrd i i nmpU ! woriln. Propnr iiomii Lo used linch riintPHtunt must lmlli'ut. b llcurus ut Uio end of liU tHiiiluuiM holt mitiiy letters Itcontulns. r Is umilo by (ho W utl.LV This ri'iiuirkubly HhiTnl thodUllni:ullndcxco!iCii"'Mmiil VoLD-llstiL- of nhlcli and It Is required tluit rm-l- i .tini.'t Itii s.'im m-- lieciictostMl wlilionoilnltar for a nvc ubsiTtpllKti Tin) UhKIl Wimio III iiai n Is Issucil In . sttml-witk- lf yrur'i.....II,., , ll II. IL ll lllV It ll IllN Mi t. til Illlllllltllll ilf frA I. tmuhlVll. II.... I f.nuliy uutitpnpi cof N Lr -i a. sd tilt uf cuiuuiio nnd tho WILLIAM J. DRYAN, Is Editor, World-Hopak- l, Castoria. good tlTeit ujion Castoria. , Scnntor Hon. A, D. James. ltcprcenliitive Ohio County Hon. C. M. Burnett. OHIO COUNTY. ClISCUIT " CastoHn N an excellent mcitlctne forctilt Jten. Mothers ime repeatedly told mc of Iu tlulr children " I)r. 11, "OstotU Uo well Adapted tocMMrcn that recommend tt a itipctlor to any ptencrtpt Ion known to me ' I 11 AUt"1" 0iiial.ii, t Wccklu i,MyVVVVvMVAV,A..,iWV Neb. C. OvMxin, A. l.outll, Mum, for ctiltdrtii of which am ncqtnlnled. I hope the day la not far distant when mothers wilt consider Ihe rest Intercut of their ihltdren, nnd ne Castoria Is tlie I 1 B nre their locd ones, ly forcing upturn, morphine, soothing njrnp nnd other hurtful agents don 11 their t'irosts, Ihenby tending lhera to premature gracs ' Ill !V Ox t Old St Arciiir. M II. , lltWJ)!., N V. " Castorla et remedy mffl Drop in at The Reitiimcan office and get an identification card. You ought to have one. CluliMiiir Itnlcs. We will send The Riii'tnii, iCANand citherjot the following named papers for one year for the amount opposite each name. Look over the list nnd see what you need and give us a call: Daily and Sun. Courier-Journa- l ?3.2S ' without Sunday " 6 25 COUET. Instead cf the serious quail, nostrums whiih iron. W. T. Owen, Judge boro. 0vcns '5 Frank D. Hon. Oiveusboro. J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riugo, Master Commissioner J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney 1)K. Alll:j c tMirii. its. Tho Contaur Company, 77 Murray Strcot, New York City. J. 1. UlMtlilcr, Conn s) , Art.. "Our phyniclans In the cMUlren' depatt mint hmc tpoken highly tf their experience in their otMc prnctlcc with CatuiiA, atul atthoHKh we tml h.ne anions our medic. 1 Mipp.ic what i knuwn n tcgiiUr pttHlnct, we nre Trie lo confeM tliat the merits ot Ctutia hat won tut to look with fat or upon it ' t Mil H llol IT IL AMI DUN NfiARY, np g.g "KfC 3QS3S ' )t An Ijleganf jEsses ili Uphosiered-- lkMtou, Mass. Vahogany parlor Suit. Maktin. uest be appreciated, when I state that throat and mouth were full of sores and my tongue was almost eaten away; f hnrl tint tilri"ti tft1tj4 frtr1 fn la months. My entire body was covered with red blotches, my hands and feet iy 0 '? wits' inttr condition. ' I felt that I was Incurable, and was In great despair, when a friend recommended S. & S., stating that it would certainly cure me. I b'egan Its use, and when I had finished the fourth bottle, I began to improve, and by the time I had finished eighteen bottles, I was thoroughly rid of the disease; of course, I was not sure that I was cured, but am now convinced, as no sign of the disease has ever returned for four years. S. S. S. is the best blood remedy in the world, and my cure was due solely and alone to it." Contagious blood poison is the most horrible of all diseases, and has been appropriately called the curse of mankind, ft has always baflled the doctors, and, until the discovery of S. S. S., was incurable. For fifty years S. S. S. has been curing this terrible disease, even after all other treatment failed. It Is guaranteed purely vegetable, and one thousand dollars reward is offered for proof to the contrary. S. S. ri. never fails to cure contagious blood poison, or any other disease of the blood. If you have a blood disease, take a remedy which will not injure you. Beware of mercury; don't do violence to your system. uur books on blood and skin diseases, will be mailed free to any Swift Soecific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. m .II.NOO. .ffiS Farmers are busy sowing oats and preparing for a crop. Mr. Henry Motris, who has been on the sick list, is no better. Children Cry for Miss Emma Hines is visiting in THE ACCIDENTS OF The theory in the treatment ol this neighborhood. courIis, lung and bronchial aficctions Write to T. S. Qnscnv, Mr. John Allen is able to be out has been advanced by the manufactures 11 itiiiNsni:nr.'. Drauer 1JC, Chicago, SecretIW again. ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honej. It is a tary of the Star AcciDrM A IIistokicai. Town: There nre VT j.l. ' CoMrANV, for Information Miss Mollie Davis is visiting Mrs. many places of historic note around truly a ivonderlul remedy. All dealregarding Accident Insurers sell it on a positive guarantee. Dee May, near Beaver Dam. ance. Mention this paper. and about this ancient and quaint For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Ilro., .mi Ily so doing ou cau Fate Miss Alice Morris is improving. county seat. At the Circuit Clerk's drujfgist. and Renlrow Uros , Narmembership fee. Has pa J oier t"CO,WW W toi Mr, S Hroonifield has the grip. Office, presided over by Mr. R. S rows, Kj accidental injuries. . . . Mr. James Peach, Oivensboro, was Skillraan, one ol the most accommo Be your own Agent. , All sit'ii I.liirsi. in this community last week. dating clerks in the State, is the recThe chief office ol the State llsard NO MUDICAI. EXAMINATION REQUIRED Messrs. A. Coy and Thos. Nelson ords ol an old law suit, in which of Equalization; to call all the citi.s visited Iriends and relatives here Sat is a deposition giveti by old Ben Har- ens, nouesi anu otuerivise, ol iiosim:. anj' urday aud Sunday. Jum:M.E den, one ol the early settlers, and a and every coutitj' liars! We do not is called hpon to The celebrated Indian fighter Mr. Har- discover the remedy, but the present chronicle some ol the events that are Mr. Will Skilltuau has had the sor eyes for years. He has tried many din deposes that on the 20th of April, taxing system is a disgrace to Kens transpiring in these pirts Rev.llin-to- n doctors and reme ies, and has always 17S0, he landed at the mouth of Harfilled his tegular rippointiuent a' tucky citizenship The tax paj-e-r is (ailed to get relict until we sold him din's, now called Sinking creek. first made to sign a sworn statement Mt Pleasant last Sunday week. On a tube of Stttherlard's Ragle 15 e Sunday night MKs Tinna Miller deSalve, which cut ed tutu inside of one Coming on up the cietk he pitched ol his taxable property. The Countj his camp at Lightfcot's old spring Hoard then .sits upon the case and parted this life niter a long and seweek. Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Honey sells well and cures. Res'y, She was buried at Mt just below this town. Nearthe spring brands him a liar and a purgerer in vere illness M. Meyer ie Co , he built a stockade and block house. dividually and the State Hoard, at Pleasant burying grounds on the lotli January 15, 1S95. Ultras, Ky. inst. Also an infant child ot I. From this fort he would go" out uplong tange, calls him another liar Sutherland's Kagle lie Salve has on expeditions against same time and place. the Indians. collectively by raising the lists ol a donca great deal more for me than Bom to the wife ol A. D. Pierce, a Some ol the remains ol this old fort, whole county. The cases of assesscan be told by pen. W.H.Skii,uian. bo ). in which ourforefatherslivtd.are still ment at actual liuras, Ky. value are extremely For sale by '.. Wayne Griffin & to be seen. ' Capt. Hardin was buried As nominations seem to he in order rare. NoLcdy is expected to list at Rro., druggist, aud Rcnlrow Bros., a seconds the nominashort distance fioin the fort, near cash value. A prominent Kentucky the narrows, Ky. the Hardinsburg nnd Cloverport turn attorney once said iu a public speech tions in last week's paper and make the following nominations: Por Counpike. No monument marks the lest-in- g that "any man who listed his propnli. We want a good live correspoadjnt place of the old pioneer. Katute, erty at cash value should have a ty Itidge, W. I. Kone: lor Circuit at every Postoflice in Ohio county. however, has turked the spot of his guardian appointed for him." Under Court Clerk, Prof T. II. Leach: for We want oue who will get up the last resting place. A large hickory this vicious system our State motto County Court Clerk. Prof. C. S. Stevnews ol his locality in good shape. tree gtows over his grave, through ens; for Superintendent, Prof. K. C. on should be "All men are One who will attend to it. We will which the breezes, sigh his murium, JarniRan: for Shenfi, J. D. Wallace. Dee. furnish stationery, stampj, &c, and and perhaps it Is is best, that nature Rev. W. G Stewart is teaching nt send a copy ol the paper free. This should mark his lonely tomb, because Keadyville, Hutler county. lie was "I'list IiIohI I'ltimrpii. will bs good practice for some young Capt. Hardin was a child of at home last Sunday week James I. Prancis, Aldermun, Chica nature. lady or gentleman nnd will greitly Thk Hv Standijii. On the Northern side ol our town go, says: "I regard Dr. King's New assist Titu Rei'Uhmcan. In near the Catholic Church U a place, Send Discovery ns an Ideal Panacea lor I heard ol Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Hon-e- v and get some piper, envelopes, in a rock, where Indians ued to Coughs, Colds nnd Lung Complaints for sale nt tin- - Store of Messrs. stamps, &c and begin the good pound their utais. It is sudthat having used it in my lomily lor tin' G "nn, Burnett te Co's, Grantsbuig, III. nnd meeting many commendations word in your loctlity. We want to Cupt. Haidin shot an Indiiu at that last five years, to the exclusion of put Tun Riii'unr.tc is in every home very spot as lie sit pounding his com physician's prescriptions or other Irnin difltrent peisntis of its wonderful merits. I thought I would try a vi uiiiu Luu;uy, aim uy gelling every ) I'here nre other places of eipid in piep.trations " bottle I have- - hten seriouslv fflect"l iieigliborhool leprettenUd lor 25 jeais with a coui; It and pains it will lert-s- t amutid our Kev lulin fl'irgus, Kiolttk, Iowa, lint tune cms. greatly ueuutt tlie piper. Take it has wrought mauych.i iges. The old tt'rit...-- , , f 1, l ,u ltuun m Mmulb, ,.f in my snlc and. bieast that were..,.. i ,.. .,,,,n, ,in)nivi ii II.. ....it ..... I, uif. i ,s ,ein tiviu r mi; uic up an I how it will you. pioueets are sleeping in the church- the Methodist lipiscopil Clmtch loi dn.lsof ,lrirs with 'nctors anil iniu lor yard. Ti.ere lies the retinitis ol the 5yeirsor more, and have never medicines, but evri tiling lailed until (Jood Old Ornnny Metc.ill, 86 jeirs I tiled this Moiitlt-rlu- l Aliens, the Singletons, the Kinetic ton ml anything so teneficial or that icuicdv It old, living at 6tS Miuiroe ttrest, beits the world and Miitd- - my llle. I gave tue hucli speed) reliel as Dr Ky t,.iys that Dr. Hell's Pine toes, the Taylors and all the first recommend Dr Htll's Pine 'IVr llonev Tar Honey is the bent grii cure, of this place. Their de- King's New Di'coverj'." Try this toevtrjLody with we.it: lungs. It is cough, lung nnd bronchial remedy scendants hav.: grown up, bomeliV' Ideil Cough Kemedy now. Trial i a u'te.tt uc(:e.ss. J Ii Ko.Sl'.t.I.. that has been otlbreo: to the people ing here, mid May 20 181J5. t.rantFlmrg 111. others rc.Utered over Dottles Pree nt Williams & IlcIPe during her llle Guaranteed by. '. Por sale ty ?. Waj neOnfiir. & Itro , Wavne Orifl'm & Tiro., druggist, and the State nnd Nation. And speaking Drug Store. druugtst, and Kenlioiv Hros , Nar- -; ol the pieaeiituenaratiou reminds one Kcnfroiv llron., Norrowi!, Ky. tows, Ky. Iv K. Sutlieilaild Med Co ! nt the vet.se iihlch express tlieircon--ditiouhl.Dllll in PrUn, Gunts: I write this letter becnusw i. u, m. ami positions. j f ' It is as Use the letters containtnl in the I believe you have made a discovery v, 1? yoi; v.'AriTTKS in a cough, cold, throat and lung lem-edtext: "Motion Seeds Grow," and "Ah! me wh it changes Time has Hint the people ought to have. I for your TCEACCO.UIilpio loriuas many words as joitcan, using wroiilt teler to Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. I letters either bickiiard or lorwartl, And how predictions have miacar-lied- ! have thoroughly tested it and k non- RICE & GIVENS, but don't use anyJcUcr in same word merits. It cuies ; its ivonderlul A few have leached the goal they Any more times than it appears in "Monon one who ever needs a remedy of ought, benever TOBACCO should this kind Seed Grow,"' Por example the And home arc dead, and some nre without n bottle ol Dr Hell's Pine. ' words: See, on, none, weeds, etc maritcd; Tar Honey. Jkrkv M PonTRit, The perttiiii lurntin;' thegteatcst utim-be- r And some in city journals war, Glass and Queensware, And miiuu 111 politicians bicker, Paauchah, Ky. ol words, ttsliig the letters in the Jan, Is. 1895. '902to003W.5X!:tiat-- . text, will receive One Hundred Dais And ttoiue nre pleading nt the bar Por sale by '.. Wayne Grlfiin&Ilro , Por jury verdicts, or lor lifmoi!" dtuggist, aud Kenfroiv liros, Nar- -, lars in cash Por Mio next largest ' I UouinHood, rows, Ky. list we will give $f, in cash, lor the Louisville Ky. HERNDOH-CARTE313-31- Hnrtturd. G. B Likens, Trustee Jurv Fund mmtv.tA3nMiMmuTtammm Hartford. y 1 75 ' Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff Hartford. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company. Weekly Courier-Journ- al . . . . 1 75 Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford Westbound trains. I lCnst bouml trains. These trains rim daily. Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 25 Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. ! Ko. 53. I No. 52 No. 54. STATIONS. xo.si. Bishop, Centertowu; S. T. Stevens, N. Y. Tribune 1 25 6 30 p m 7 45 a I.V U. Depot, Louisville Ar. 00 p 111 S 05 p 111 Cromwell. N.Y. World : 65 S 00 . Kentucky btrtct 7 5" 1245 Court convenes first Mouday in 6 45 Chicago Inter Ocean 1 40 . . We.st roint 12 05 840 7 I" 720 March and August and continues three . . . Hovviiitl 12 02 7 23 1 25 Home & Farm i43 707 weeks, aud third Monday iu May and 8 55 . Willowdiilc 6 59 7 S3 1152 We would be glad to send you any November two weeks. . . Hook Haven 73S S5S 45 "53 I 01 llle above named papers. This COUNTY COUKT. . 11 37 7 AS 905 047 l.ns llrnnch ' offer is good for new subscribers and John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. 7 55 . . IlrnmlenbitrK 11 28 9M 030 D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. () 24 . . . Hkrou 804 ones who pay one year in advance ! 9 23 09 E, P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. . . . Iryington 12 on 6 ifi S'3 9 3' Work is progressing nicely on the . . Web-deCourt convenes first Mouday in 82S 9 47 603 lost Court House fence. Messrs. London each month. . . I.oil' tutrix S37 955 5 5s 1042 . Sample . . nnd Dellaveu are dressing the stones. S45 10 27 5 4S 1003 QUARrEREY COUET. . . Stephen..poit to IS 10 IS S58 5 35 Begins on the third Monday in The old lence has been torn entirely 02 . . AcUH.son 10 23 10 13 9 5 3' away, and the yard is begining to January, April, July and October. 10 25 Holt 10 10 9 05 529 COURT OK CLAIMS. look like a different place. 18 . . . CloveiiKHt 9 57 5 '7 1039 Couveues first Monday iu Jnauary, 10 42 Shops 9 22 9 S3 5 14 and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday ' 5 03 . . . Slcilliuiiti 10 55 ANTED 9 33 SALESMEN ' 942 iu uciouer. 11 05 . . . Ilfuvesvillc 9 44 4 53, 9 30 Wo want one or two GOOD OTHER COUNTY OITICEKS. 11 13 . . . . l'etne 9 52 4 46 9 m MENio each county to take order G. S. Fitzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur 9 5S 11 18 . . . I'.ilcuti 4 4" 916 for a CHOICE line of NURSERY Springs. 1 28 . . . I.euispoit lo 08 4 32 907 STOCK or SEED POTATOES. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. lo 15 . . . Wmtuisui y 110 4 25 35 Stock and Seed guaranteed. We 1 1 S 50 Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hart. . . Powers 1025 4 H' 45 give you steady employment with ford. 11 57 . . . . Pate 8 37 4 05 :03s GOOD pay. It willcost ycu nothing 12 07 p iu . . . . Oivensboro . 827 L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur 10 4S 5 55 to give it a trial. 11 00 . . Mnttinclv . . t2 19 State when writ- Springs. 3 44 Si5 S to 11 . . . Griffith . 12 24 ing which you prefer tosell. 3 39 Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse 11 05 08 12 28 .So6 Stanley . Address, to No. 9 G.mo 3 3" Keeper, Hartford. . . Worthington . 12 35 5 7 59 3 3o HWKS NURSERY CO,. justices' courts . . . 12 43 Rcmls 7 52 it 23 323 RoCHEaTEK, N. Y. Bowling-Barr- ett's Fordsville. J. A. . . . Spoltsvtlte ' 12 SI 3 "' "31 Ferry, March 21, Juue 20, 11 38 . . 12 58 Uasketts . . v All lilllll. il lTllllllitr. 3 ' 1 15pm 11 55 Henderson . I.v. 7 20 n 111 2 55 p tn Remember we can do all kinds of September ID, December 1. 'J Bueori). Ben F. Graves March printing in the neatest and best or 20, Juue 23, September 24, Decemder, and our prices are at the bottom. ber 24. We want you to take The Repcdu- IlARTroiti). A S. Aull March 5, CAS'aud it you receive a sample copy June 4, September !), ship them to us. M'e are In a position tt ms) e It lie ulnily tt uir interest to do so. lie December 3. it ci jvi nut thinir ta sell, atari lianuie every iiunff riueii mi n rami on comm it is an invitation for jou to subourself of our vertices. IVe do on immense Lu,nes uu t lute more tmttrs than other U. itosi.vE. U . Woodward-Ma- rch nouses. Correspondence luviteu. I'ncc currents raaileu Iilc on application. scribe. Republican lo, Juue 12, September 11, supremacy deCO. The Lcadln Coaimlsslcn Merchants, pends in a great measure on the re- December 11. 0 LOUISVILLE, KY. publican press ol the country, and we Murroll Court and 110 Third Street, Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch want 10 ouiiu up ttie party. 7, June 7, September 5, De. cember f. Semi-Weekle- ... Esssmnxsssxsa SoniohiHly will pet tins iiinnilirent present FRISK ami ever body who ntnkt'S n purchase of Jt or mvr will lmve n chance to jjet it: the drnivitv to he hclJ J nut ity 1. iSj, before "i coiiiniittte ol Owens-boio't- ) rcprewntntiie citizens, nt the Globe-Democr- I LIISILE When A complete Ffflllffi USE io thri'ce-avwee- k ... 1 .1 eomes pjarr.ilare in Ihe , we are 1 1 r .... .... line ol IU.b Ktiom, Kitchen, Parlor, OIBo. l)itiiti; Kootn QWeCMii&cll nnd School I'Uiuituie with PiiCfS lower than ever btloie. jou .1 bed tootu set lor $!0 50, or a nideboarrl lor tbe snnie price, which nil! tttiike jou feel good every tune jou look at it. Thv, however, arc just .sampler ot our itiieiualed lurfj.itith.ol hvrh u haie en iniinene lioute lull The .finest line nt pmlor bulls, Floor and Suit pinjr Kacktls, Desks nml COUUTUOI's, i.n.l I.IIIIiKAI. TRICAT-JIICNHook eases in Ow.t.Hl,r,. Goods. PAIKandillONIr IKallij;. ftlM.ISU ur.d The V1CRV I.OV KST Pnc.s. T Wrll-Mude Iead W 1 ' LOUISVILLK laiRNlTUHK HOUSE, 13. S. WOLF, i 12 X. Main, Owciisboro. niisimni i'n. mim tiiwciori: gC " ! " 1 Brood is ihe Staff of Life: IMVt IT GOOD. . .... 7-- Z&AlmysReUaHt. For sale by I. OBELISK IN EVfciy CAN OF BAIXAKD'S 1JAKINQ POWDER W.LL Et FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND 5 TWO CENT STAWPS TO BALLARD ci BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEV VSLL MML VOU FPtE Or CHARGE A BEAU-Tiri'- L I'lCTUn TO EE FHAMED. SAMPLE TJ Cr-- LCr.N Iri ALL LEADING GSOCERIES. H Slovens, HM'iford Ky EGGS Mm POULTRY. 1 he slame ot hz PBE5IDEIT oP-rrWill a BIITED SATES Announced in la Pitcher's Castoria. Lift B QPIUR8-6- ffiPfljgWR?Kggffi Egyx E ft men I 1. nun mm, "P Ol r T tt rJovonibafi. 1808. B 1 a I i 1 FREE 8AMPLC TREATMENT. To oroe that xre bare a ' q r Opium and Morplnac II t's 1PM5K K' t ol tlie I'ulilil' interest will fleadily lucrcme, uint the ivim-- e vntes tiitneit the at tliu la n flcclinii. hiiIi tut, leaiiltn under the admini'triilion they eleen .1, will make the catKpaijti the mutt eteiiily exciting in the liieliu v ot the ttu-ii- harniksi and certain ft ngf ti z THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Tlie lending ltepnliliean (amity m n.tinifi-- l iho United Staler, uill ptibli'ii citizen all tliu political ileus ol the ditj, imereitiiiig toeieiy ot party uliili.ttious. Atsogenertil news in attraetivo form, foreign t'nrrtvpoiiilciu'p covering tha liens ot the iMirld, 1111 uurit'iiltiiral ilepiitlinent. rtroml to 110110 in the, country, market tepnrts wliieh ate tecoiMiueil authority, laK'inatiug fliort Stories, uniiiplele 111 each iininbtr, thcurtatu nttho luiiuuruiM pupulM, fnreuli nml ilomestic, itilh their best eomie inetiirci', Inthinu platen and el.ihnialodc vuricd mid .itlnii-tivdepartment nt hcriptiinib of women' attirt1, uitli Tim "New 'nk Weekly 'i rilunm" i an tdtal laiuily lioseli'ild iiiteit-stpupcr, with rirculfititiii larger limn thai f any other wtcltly pahlicution 111 L.nyo elmuicH are lioing Irmii the ollite i.t a daily. the country made in i' iletiiilstetiiling to uive itgrottcr lilunini variety, uml ecpecinlly moiu iiileiesltn the noineii and young peop!u ot the hutiecliold. cmililes nsto oiler this eplendid ioitrtiul ami A M'lX'IALCONTliACT THE HUITBMCAN fur Aim-ricu11 . 11 itrVl FSK2 flordcanatonnyonchon luticcufi J. CnrfMnnfi' - ithri.M' - i SAV!PM&' tftrffry'zs , J S. V. Cor. Rau & Filth, Cincinnati, O. T , . i "1 I AsEsEssrNasjaravia2N.' ITABLER'S Sbugkey EaT iaSMi IHTMENT n UU I UUhtA HUllllUil niiT MI Pi diico I ILLil i J i) I A JF2E ? BUST REMEDY for PILES. soi.ii TtY Ai.t.'inivuaiHT. rr(Ti-ilt7 known for and CERTAIN CURK 15 yonrs as tho UES CO.. 7 3uassjaN!aviTNvxiscfyS tIi mI I i 2!:2AEt::iI bt.iouis. salt ss swL (.The tegular . S ONE YEAR HosJoiXs n 'siCL (W-LJ-- 'S price of llio two papers ia 82,2f)) liars."-flvarlingt- Siihtcriptinns may begin at any time. Address all unlets 10 tlie rivftiU, ('. A.-l'ei ,t ami uil fori of Mrln uml ii.i,i", Kinvo'uifuilv ir a'td )i fiKiiifiiyI, i! til d i t'l iiu iiiliiw rliit.ivi3H!fflt.a?tOr,c3., "SSJST. lti". lhistfl "Ht,' ll'llH hllifi'SMflll in i' t I Jtll I lltuill .III if I'll so Write your name and address on .1 postal card, scud 11 lo Gto. W. Hes M fi nii t ilml I.. 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C. frwwwwvvwwwwwwwwwwwA $C.A.SNOW&CO.it Laundr1 Kv uti) riti.Ncr.roN, Doea the I Ij m merlcan Stoam s s: y ar ..j laiindry in ICeiitiicliy. ' Tho uoikiaiill giiuranteeii. Oonda are nut torn up, but arc retttru ed in good cmiditioii. fiu'it notk nf i Laundry Shipped on rtlou-cla- y, roturnod on Friday. - Marvin CSirSavo your work for inc. JJhandon, Agt. IlAitrroiti), Ky. i i Children Cryfor Pitchor'8 Castoria, Represented by WraiSil wJoN &6 W Wh