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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896032701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'i-- l- -- L. BABIES AMD CHILDREN fiittSES LOVEjvSff:; tlien U no opium or oilier polmiious drug In OVEHS PINK MIXTURE tt hit been uitj in the pnettceof a Umiiui hhvMclan fofovtr ten year for Teething and .Summer Com fUlnt Noimother sttoulJ t without leconj iu miner. 25C. AND 600 DOTTLCQ. ALL THE HAETDRD OFFICIAL GRGAK OF J.iE PAP.TV IN .HE FOUf.TK EEPUBLICAN. GOHORESSIOi'AL DISTRICT. WS 1 M M ON SjH EregulaTorm NO. 35. Latest U.S. Gov't Report DCALkRS. CO., HOOK TRfB. Ky. F.W.FLOYD & Owomloro, VOL VI I L. KinsiSiW HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY.MAKCH 27, 1896. both sides were spotted, aud were to fall at the first fire. Mr. noyel was to be elected on Monday through Lieutenant-Governor THE BEST Highest of all in Leavening Power. SPRING MEDICINE IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take it. Now is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other ills which shatter the constitution and ( reck health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REG-U- l ATOR distinguishes It from all other remed'ts. And, besides this, SIMMON 1 HR REGULATOR is a Regulator of the Ller, keeps It properly at work, that your sstem may be kept In good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS It is the best blood LIVER RfGULATOR Try It and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED Z. the difference. on every package. You wont find It on , and there is no other any other medU-lne- ftor pearly- ucu mm mlnrmi uirn uln trLn e&ouii Vrr' nni J siaiN aJm Soar asiiatw mLb Worthintou's rtverslnghls ruling and counting the votes ol thecxpellid Senators, lames and Walton. Mayor Julinn and the Sheriff of Franklin county has refu&ed tlic bcrvices of influential citizens us special- - deputies to preserve the pence, and called to their aid .some as desperate characters as ever breathed lie breath of life. These were sworn as pretended of the pace, and placed in charge of the State House. oi Baking RoVa! Powder &g353 ABSOWTEIK PURE NEWSPAPER less conveyse that Washington was neglectful of her. The determined old lady, thcu some eighty years of age, persisted in maintaining nn establishment, nnd in conducting a plantnttoit of which she was solp mistress, and which tdm could not herself manage. At the .same time she considered that her son was a banker, who could be drawn on to make good nil deficieacies resulting from thievish overseers, bad management, and unfavorable crop conditions. These droits Washington had met uncomplainingly for years, and even then sent her the last money hs had in hand. Advising his mnther to lease her estate and live with one of her children lie oflered her a home at Mount Vernon, butasnn honest man aud filial son he stated clearly, the situation and its alternatives. In a house constantly filled with distinguished visitors she must either dress daily fordinncs, or come iu her ordinary costume (which it is well understood was not suited for company), to the mortification of himself and his wife, are she must live iu her own rooms, which would be trying to her. There was no suggestion that she should not visit him. On the con-- 1 trary, the letter urgeg that she should live with some ot her children, and, if she preferred it, at Mount Vernon." SEEmiLiZ? 03 TCXaTJEZ: XjDE3.&.:D. 0 FLOURISH. 0 ft:.j., a ."t.yv'T' - V aVsr - p . p . Somen, of the Senate, had, without warrant of law, Sergeant-at-Arm- A Town Whoro Thoy Thrive , and do Well. Sand Bar, South Dakota, is just now suffering- itom an influx of population that eclipses the most extravagant stories ever told of a Western mining town. Sand Bar is the county seat of an agricultural county South Dakota, and in the honest yoemanry of this isolated community, which is not connected with the outside world by railroads or telegraph, depend upon the Lightning Bug, n local paper, published at Sand Bar, to supply them w ith news of the world at large.and the present unusually state of affairs at Sand Bar is a result of the Lightning- Bug's New Year greeting to its patrons, in which it said: "With this issue the Lightning TJug begins the fourteenth year of its publication with 4,917 paid up subscribers, and in justice to our subscribers will say that in the thirteen years ot our publication we have nev er began the new year with delinquent subscribers on our list but once when a Chinmaau, an Indian and a halt breed failed to pay up and were strung up to a limb of the shade tree infiont of our office by our indignant patrons." When the New Year's issue of the Lightning Bug reached the offices of its exchanges the local publishers clipped the urticlc referred too, to prevent further publicity of the joyful news and hostility, packed their printing presses, billed tliein, "Sand Bar, South Dacota," and set out for the publisher's paradise, Sand Bar, lrotn a quiet country town of a lew hundred inhabitants, has become a hustling city of thousands. Every tick of the town clock is heard by scores of new arrivals. The farmers for miles around have turned their stock out to the mercy of the storms aud icnted their stables for printing- offices, Hay lofts bring fancy sums for sleeping quarter for printers; intrepid reporters prowl about the country at night, eve dropping the unsuspecting farmers discussing private family matters so sharp in the competition lor news publishers pay fabu lous sums for lists of names of these honest South Dakota farmers. It is impossible to obtain details ot the Sand Bar affairs, owing to the mutual efforts of the publish) tra already on the scene to prevent further spreading ot the inviting news. Several of the city dailies have sent reporters to Sand Bar, but the re porters, having been at some time publishers of country weekliesthemscAvts, have found the field so inviting- that they have joined the league of society, bought printing presses and entered the competition for the rich prize. A tramp chanced to wend his way to Sand Bar and was bribed by a liberal use of sheckels to remain lest the lame of these honest patrons of the press should become common property of the newspaper world, nnd he managed by some means 1.0 pass a tip to his unfortunate fellow (wanderers and dozens of them are arriving dally nnd arc dined and robed like princes telltales must not escape. Whether or not all these publishers will succeed time must dewmiine,but it is to be hoped that the example ot these honest South Dacota farmers will stimulate thousands of honest but careless delinquents to square accounts with their local publishers, from local pride if not lrom better motives. J. II. Thomas, In Arkan-sa- w Myith. North-western - in 0 rf rt V fl empowered some of these name characters with authority to shoot and cut whenever they thought their pretend cd rights were infringed upon. Not n Republican was among the?e,iteith-e- r n reptuable Democrat The whole affair was a mockery upon justice, a farce, nn infamous proceeding. Iu a subsequent interview the Gov- like SIMMONS LlVLR Klngof Liver Remedies. Be sure you get It. J. II. Zfllln A- - Co,, rhlluilclpliln, Pn. Llvcr remedy RLGULATOR-t- he PROFESSIONAL CARD. o o CO loo 2P,:r oezit. tlie 3E2ct2aca.sOi3a.esl;- - - WRITE FOR CATALOG UK- - Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from THEGEO.DELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, ernor said: "I hate to see that," referring to the marching troops, "us much as you or any other man can. There is no partisanship in what I have done. Except for the disgrace it would have been to my party I would wish that they were the unruly and that it had been the Democrats who demanded this protection. "Several Democrats have been among those v.'ho have demanded of me this protection. I gave out to the press last night my reasons for what I tell you that for two I had done. weeks I have been urged to call out these men, nnd the matter finally assumed .such shape that I could do nothing else and do what I considered OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jnn.N. Ulenii, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, (Office, oyer Anderson's Bazaar.) T -- W J.N. It. WrdilliiK, LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. CTaxxies --A.. Sroitlx, JTTB1IY T AW IIARTFOIU), KY. Hendrson,Ky The Lexington Business College. ncaaaa6UOEOBe5Bicaueaon''. n D ACTEDRIGHTLY. Bradley Sustained in Calling out Troops to Uphold Peace. fjEIiptoM Badly IT day? a , a Gov. o M O M my sworn duty." This is the truth the whole truth. II11II1II11B anil I.01111. How about your condition? Don't When excitement has died away and people have time for sober thought, you wan'ttomake a good investment? the Governor will find himself more Well, you ought to carry some Buildthoroughly sustained. The honor ing and Loan stock. It don't cost you and dignity of the State has been at much. See illustration: stake, nnd he has risen to the occaILLUSTRATION Showing cost on 10 shares of class sion. Drown is saitb to have re- A. Stock, carried as an investment, marked several days since that if he in seven years, the estimated time of were Governor, he would have acted maturity: just as did Gov. Bradley, surrounded Membership fee, $ 1 per share $ 10.00 the capital with troops and drove ev . Monthly dues 84 inos. at $6 ery mothet's son of the lawless eleper month 504.00 Ex-Go- Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t" Office east side of pubi collections. square. M. L. Hkavkin. Shelby Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. ment out of the building g 9 61 r- o- ailmen'. c a k (hit scru us uiseascs repeatedly, because mien iuiiu miiui am bi Brown's Irwi Bitters TTWi -- ! THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. A Ccnnertft vtth f 31 loUrgr ttNt Illglirtl Oftlrlnl Fiittortriiirnt. altfiifHl by tMfAlihAn I tin iii: it i Irni. in wbowt imltrlr ascnvtrt hunitrr! tif ixrAnuum lhiiiJtm1of itollnr laueht ly Arlunl llnvl IHMMi'UKI.riMJ nr I'rnritrr from curl to flnt.lt N lxt lt nk Si opsins prnllffid if lliiliif lr ) tit rnrtmrnt rrt itr Ponnlaiit l rrtf nee ai book M KIIIJIIIHT ltl H HOHI.DS CO. "Mneiliuii l.t'HItlAN l'.l'OSITI) Intutliti (ullmi. M. tm of txrttnu I,' tanirlit to tlm lira J of ihU Hint IM. i;inlorr nirnl llluhrat uu rriHirtcri.from tm autltori 1 ilit Jariior vt tli lrrlilfiit( tlirMatrt onni'.Mr.i 111 tt rmv nt m IIIPI.O-ni- S in t llre xfui Kidney and Liver Dysnctxla, Troubles. n Ncurnliria, m Constipation, Impure Blood, S iMnlarli, Ncr nua ailments Women's :ompUlnts. a y Oft 0111 ti - k' ul' f It Iips cio4 rcj J ici t ii tt c wrapper I IT cu RES If ou nre weak ! . uttally ex- - pt no hae can tappetite work, inI tak hiin ntmonce fella- - gg nt in the ag ' lc Urtnmhfiiing tKli( iiir which is J '1 mn a Iron Bit- a m ttrs m thcry Dut dote. U n luusud lunous, q To Blackburn and His Heelers can Alone be Attributed the Disgrace. Only tlio throatonlngPfOSonco rirctrlt- - Mltlei-- i. Electric Bitters is a niedicine suited for any season but perhaps more generally needed, when the languid exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surely in counteracting nnd freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, DUztness yield to Electric Bitters, soc. and ?i.oo per bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Mr Will Skilliuan has had the sore eyes for years He has tried many doctors and reine ics, and has always failed to get relict until we sold him n tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Stive, which cured him inside of one Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey week. sells well and cures. Res'y, M. Mkyek & Co , Buras, Ky. January is, 1895. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve hns done n great deal more for me than can be told by pen. W.H.SKII.I.MAN. Uuras, Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renlrow Bros., Narrows, Ky. . Total amount paid . . Cash value nt maturity Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, . $514.00 $1,000.00 . S S of Soldiers Provontod a u 2 M Blood From Bolng Spilt. The Louisville Sundfiy Star says: The diigraccful scenes nttending eqmlly disgraceful orgies at tlic Net profit on investment . . $486.00 The funds of the Associotion will See be loaned to the illustrations below, showing the cost of a loan of $1,000.00 on ten shares of class A stock estimating maturity at 7 years: Membership fee $1 per share $ ,10.00 Monthly dues $6 per month 84 months 504.00 Monthly interest at 6 per cent,$5 per month, Si months . 405.00 stock-holder- Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartfobd, Kt. tiTnmnr at W. H. BARBIES Hartford, Ky. Jj DROWN Ch .Ml L CO. DVLTIMORK, MD g 5 of Train IMtpatilirra rompatiie ritimnnt iiilifm ficourt TI'.LI.UH 1111 V Dcrartmfot rntlorartl ly h an I lea ting raltwar and Tlif nl Nrlimtl In Iho tpratiiiit a complete Jtailway Mnttm fur th Ih nMt nf It tuilcntt ttrld A73.VU0.0O fJiiMrnnlw thai mir (.ll. M I an rprfwntM, nr money rtfunufl llrcmit Nl.W IllTII.IlIMJ.owmJ.rrprteii ami fiiriiUIn II) u f our prartlral )t(Mii of U tnrvi thf mv''lrpmnt intructlonVUurnrc Ural, Her trip l.lfzlit. ltnfeu, pirifct fiilllatlon Iho lanrt an I nut frrffctly tii)tppM llualnraa Cullrvp IIii1IIIiik u thettmitti Ithutratril tatalotfuufrfp, (MrrM C. V. IML.110UX. ITlncipal. l.cxlnutnn, Ify. IMHtllllTAI I'KKTirAt INSTUt'C-TIlnalltt partnifiit lna oik, i U In ll THE BF.SY . '. joit ndi;lih;rl'Ood this season Pt.Ar3T OUR FAMOUS all of wlicli ."rj aij.t i on l tlic Tri.e 1 feature t''is i . . u livery of Seeds at Cualmiue cny ' j 1 0'ln.e. TMw " New Otts-losu- o" vj .ill mail on rvceiptof 1 stamp, or to thoc w Ito will t iu where thjy iw tins aJvertiseni.nt. .lie l be nuiled Free I Catalogue it il and mi.iiy inr l New Cati! 'ct:e for 1896. A in :i PETER HENDERSON tJEj"33B. iwniwai(. jw & 00, THE QUICKEST WW LUNt; ntjvjzzti Ifl!lISflUElE!ili Direct Connections Tor CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. Ulrtct Connection for all I'olnti In . H y jy Itsslsslppl, Texas, Louisiana, Oklnhonin, and California. ArKmisas, Alcxlcoi FAST TIMG LIM1TGD TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS, U'rllc fur luformntloit to the ncaic.t gctit o( the Clieiapcakc, Ohio &. Soutlmcittrn l(. K. JOHN ECHOLS, Ccu'l Maugr LOUISVILLE. S. 0. HA TCH, Rcu'l I'nii. Act. KY. Symptoms Moisture; intense itching nnd btinging;tuost at nightjworse by scratching. If nllowedto continue tumors form, which olten bleed and Those persons living away from the ulcerate, becomingverysore. Swank's JK? scene can not form a righteous judgs Ointment stops theitching aud bleeduient as to the exact state of nflairs ing, heals ulceration, and in most iC that existed at IfranV.fott. A mem- cases removes the tumors. At drugDr. gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. ber of The Star's stuff spent several Swayne& Sou, Philadelphia. days on the scene, saw nnd talked with prominent men ol nil parties WlolilliKloli mill UN .Mother. i ra tffl to express the General A W Greely, iu considerI and does not hesitate opinion that Governor Bradley had ing "The Petsoiul Side of WashingM m no other alterative except toact juit ton" in April Ladies' Home Journal, SssS t1 "si U ln'xn as he did. There were very few poK will bring to bear interesting light iticians at Frankfort who were un- upon him as son, husband, neighbor, armed; State officials, Senate nnd business, man, slave owner (as were in House officers and members carried nearly nil Virginia ISJU3T AS COODPOFl ADULTS. concealed ntid deadly weapons; it was his day), and Christian. With reWARRANTED. PRICE SO els. the understanding that these were to spect to the charges that Washington (1 At ATI, It LH NOY. 10, ISM. be used. The Republicans had pick- was neither n dutiful nor loving son, rurUMndlihio ri m l il. Mo. WO oar. botllos ot lnU0iAilt Wo rolO nitOVU't) TArHl.l8 Cllll.l, TOMOuiiI h.ivo ed men u ho stood almost at the elGeneral Greely will say: liouMtit thro urutMiilronilr ihU yenr. Inullimrtiji-irlnvt 14 xtnre. Iu llto dnu rnwlne... Imra bows of Senators Hionston and Goc-be- l, " There seems, indeed, to have unWer.ul Mtlt rwTtrnuhlanRrllrlulhatirnoiiHh oun trulr. tacuun iu juur Tvuk. and Jack Chinn, Williams and been what may be called an incompaAMNn.ruiu &C0. Lillaid; so the Democratic leaders, tibility of temperament, niising pos1'or fflle by Williams & Hell. with Republican Senators and sibly from their possessing strong and these leaders on and similar characters It should QUANTITY. BCOTINQWUT X: 3T IH be remeiuber.vd that Washidgton's training in the broad 'schools of politics nnd war threw him not only in GOOD follow Rood hrnlth contact with the sturdy, rough huwhllo low iplrlta, H V"' bi in. i I manity of the frontier, but also with intluncbolla, ImpairA ed numorv. uiariMn. or IrrltuLlo trinptr. cultured men of all professions, while WlilK'S eilEAH fmr or Iniptml-lnt- r his mothers Hie was practically ed inn ii tv calamity ami i R thousand and to a single Virginia county. ti a s one deruiiKn-kincnl- a of lioilr ao To his mother, whose material condls mm iiMiiu, neiiic Has Ind nil W') nl fiomocllos. from 'rnlcloua, lite were, if anything, GMRAIiTEED, nlltarv iirnn. tlons in middle EVCHY BOTV-tlci a, of ten Indulired superior to those of her earlier years, HUUIt ItV At I, UKUOOlllTfi. I r Ihr n vr thrnuuh tiinnmnu iA it seemed no less than proper that the T.k u. . loiii. im i(i. Kiriiinmuiv AJTil. U. their ruinous consc. lsghai4?iiNifsrsV'Ns;vsraiffl KvWf j fun 011s ilebll. Colony of Virginia should settle a aucneta. loid of manlv serr unnatural not lufnqucutly pension upon her for powix, ImhIU. Rtult from luch diTo rrach, reclaim and rtitoro auch unfortu-natr- a vices, nnd It took Washington's to health and Imnplnew, la ttio aim of an rect influence to prevent such notion itulii iV n I I"'mii mm. IIurn m-- yfj v UKoclatlon of medical sentleinen. if ho haa """!, iirer. rrepared a treatbe, written In plain but clmsto being taken by the Virginia Legislaft. 'Tlir tilivi '! im f '111, , I lantruaffs and treating; of tba nature, !lutlli'l, n .r il Ii II lr , ,i tt.iiv, lii H i.'i - ii a. n .1.. Liu and curability, hr boms trvatmint, of ikiui inl tt Ill ul' auch dltruaea. ture. Nearly every letter of the ,. II I Ih Jh I' Ci ft A copy of tbla uaofut book will, on receipt mother is a complaint of the hard of thla notice, with 10 cent In atampa, for MAIL PATCiri' I ?' ,iDBY Vlt'l Mil poitaire, bo mailed securely ataled In a plain ill ,u ii Mr times and the difficulties under which 11 Address, " ",1 u Miliinmit, Mkuical m V. SmULIC.urwiUf.i.7,Ji:n minim, rnvelopo. Association, World's DispcaaMlir she exists, the inference being doubt- y. liurulo, n. State Capital culminated last Sunday niglit in Gov. llradley calling out the We will lurni-l- i you the Daily nnd military forces that peace and good Suiulny Courier-Journa- l and Till! RK-r- i order might be sustained In m.ic .s' for one ear for ?o.25 such a cour.e he acted legally, and as the exigencies ot the case demanded. It was an occasion where party bias controlled the city and county officials to the exclusion of tlie law's demands; where one man's political ambition had cemented and -- . .t drawn around itself a disdrderly ele,r ment, which in turn demanded the . ' VffLllRF M,SW a,..J services of another disorderly crowd, thus causing at once a menace to good government. ii pur-suri- Total cost ofrepaying loan . Deduct the amount of loan . $i,34 00 1,000.00 0 J5 i i SWffl Interestonloan for 7 years . . $324.00 A net rate ol less than 5 per cent per annum. Having been appointed local agent Building-Loa- n for the Kentucky-Citizen- s Association, Louisville, Ky., I am now ready to write stock nnd give inquiring members all information You can readily see from obtainable. the above illustrations the benefits of carrying stock. Trusting to merit a share of your patronage, I remain, yours truly, Sam A. practico bis profeseion in all WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri ciai Hotel. li Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to al Col business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Offico with tba county Attorney. Also Notary Public Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. O. HUE,. BA.I23SrE1,a?, 33. Andrhson. Lte tt'oS l'llon! 1'llrM IlcliliiK l'llet. Attorney atKY.aw, lections. Office in Courthouse. 3. ILV'ES.A.Ij, (Cbnnfy .d(iorney) r? TASTELESS 1 Whenever a drugpst tells you he has something just ps good for coughs, grip, etc., ns Dr. Bell's FiueTarHon. ey don't you believe it, for we guar-an- te that it is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The E. E. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. For sale by Z.Wayne Gri fun & Bro. , druggist,and Renfrow Bros. Narrows. Ky. We want n good live correspondent it every Postoffice in Ohio county. We want one who will get up the news ol his locality in good shape. One who will attend to itt We will HARTFORD, Will practico his profession in tlis Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to cel .to tiro. HARTFORD, given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, &c., making also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public spure. . Attorney atKY. Law R.E. LEES1MMERMAN, JNO. B. WILSON, wii land-owner- s furnish stationery, stamps, &c, and 1Mb v send a copy of the papw free. This will be good practice for some young-lador gentleman and will greatly Send in assist Thr Riu'Ubmca.n. and get some paper, envelopes, stamps, &c, and begin the good word in your locality. We want to CR 0Q SPIRITS put Tun RiTOiir,icN in every house-o- f Ohio county, and by grttiog every neighborhood represented it will greatly benefit the paper. Take it up and bee how it will benefit you. Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and Bromo LaGrippe when Laxativk Quininu will cure you In 01 ic day. Does not pto3uce the ringing in the head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put up In tablet convenient lor taking. Guaranteed to cure, or money refunded. Price, 35 Cents, For sale by Williams & Bell, Hartford; K V. Williams, Beaver Dam; A. S Anil. Sulphur Springs; Drown & Clinpmnn, Ceutcrt own; R. E llei & Co , Uockport. lJiiTM Mk VE rcn vw vears P?1 idf ff con-fin- Murcloim Itenultx. HAiiTroim, Ky. From a letter written by Kev. J. Gundermau, of Dimondale, Mich,, we Will practico his profession in all the ate permitted to make this extract: Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at"I have no hesitation in recommendtended to. Offico with T. J. Smith ing Dr, King's New Discovery, ns the A, Co., Market Street. results were almost marvelous in the of my wife. While I was pastor case of the Baptist Church at Rives function she was brought down with SPECIALTY: Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Terrible paroxjsme of coughing LVANSVILLE, IND. would last hours with little interrupOffice 416 Upp. First st. tion and it seemed ns if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was yiorsLf jiritw quick iu its work and highly satisfactory iu results." Trial bottles free nt Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Regular sie 50c. nnd $1.00, Attorney at jaw 3Dr.. i. amaer R. J. PIRTLE M Call on Bullington, the barber. i sbwijrr A-- her-son'- s r V ajrinp-toi- v ii 1 m Uf Wake up your liver but be sure you take Simmons Liver Regulator to do it with It will do it every time, and do it so veil that you'll feel wonderHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. fully refreshed nnd strengthened. It Is ptepared to do any and all kinds Regulator that is Simmons Liver Don't stop your paper because- you does it There is only one Simmons ttf Dental Operations. Prices most Office over Williams & reasonable, are going; to engage in some business. Liver Regulator' and you'll know it Bell's Drug Store. need the paper's unpport, by the Red Z on the package. Take You will Vitalized nir or laughing air for painless extraction of perhaps You way rest assured that nothing else, and you'll be sure to it will assist you nil it can, get all the good health promised. Jeeth' DENTIST - 5(r.- - ""pt ' -- -y -- jm - will be eafo enough for society to indulge In a Byron revival, proThat you part with your money vided It (loci not include. Hyronic with some reluctance. After getting habits. money the difficulty Is to keep it. The Precinct Convention will bo llsn't it true that you arc constantly held In your precinct Saturday, April tempted to part with it. If you ask Come to us If we nre putting temptation in 4. Don't forget tho time. jour way, there's nothing lelt for us the County Convention Monday, but to own up, that's just what we April Ota. nre doing. You know It may easily New."IA1'ER enterprise is necessari-nll- y be as foolish to keep money as it limited in Turkey, where tho Sulis to part with it. Never sometimes resist temptation when it comes in tan compelled the editors to announce the tempting form of our immense tho assasslnnation of the President of Bargains purchased for spot cash. Franco as a death from apoplexy. ' IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS It BURTON. A Few Words In Behalf of BreckenrldgeCoun- - ty's Candidate Delegate. Harihnsburo, for March 25. I ; Printing prices in an advertisement It Is dillicult to see how respectaconveys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those ble people can oppose a measure that will close more than 9,000 of the prices. Nothing flows so irecly from the worst salcons of New York, as it is facile pen of some advertisersas false- admitted that the Raines bill will do. hoods. It is just as easy to write a The District Convention when it big lie or a little one as to tell the should unanimeets on April truth. To write "Reduced from $2 mously uomiuato Hon. John W. to $1" is no more labor than to irrite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in Lewis for Congress, thereby endorsing the minds of some merchants is his action as our Representative, and effective. In many it will undoubtedly do so. deemed more instances the phrases "Marked Notice change in cull (or RepubDown!" "Reduced to," "Worth so lican Convention, viz.: The Cou nty meaningless expressions Committee and so." are is to bs re orgam zed, when "Sifted Down." Quoting an and delegates authorized to assist in article as being reduced from a cernominating a candidate for Congress tain high price to a specified low concludes to if District Convention price is no evidence of worth unless make a nomination when they meet there be intrinsic value in the article. Good quality and low price must be at Hodgensville on April linked together in order to produce a Emjr A. SAull ha s been appointbargain. IJt is an easy matter to mened by Gov. Bradley to represent Ohio tion prices, but a very difficult thing county at a meeting of the Southern to describe qualities the latter must Inter-Stat- e Immigration aud Industribe seen to be correctly judged. If an advertiser could attach a sample of al Association to be held at Southern the goods advertised at a ceitain Pine, N. C, on the 5th of next May. price to each copy of the newspaper Mr. Aull is a representative man and in which his announcement is pub- his selection is a wise one on the part lished they could see at a glance how of the Governor, and he will reprenear the tiuth the description came, sent Ohio county as well as any othbut as this is impossible, resort is had er man in the county. in many instances to the reckless use "Governor Bradley was perfectly of superlativeadjectives in describing qualities, styles and values that are right in calling out the militia," said proven to be ridiculously ialse when a good Democrat to a Republican the goods arc seen. reporter yesterday. Last week's ReWhen you want dry goods, notions, publican. clothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, "Will the Republican in its next furnishing goods, groceries, trunks, issue, please give us the name of the valises, etc., see our goods before good Democrat' spoken of in the above? We would like to know who you spend your money. he is Put up or 'fess up." Hart-fot- d Yours for best values, Herald. J. B. Bir, Beaver Dam, Ky. Dr. J. S. Coleman made the rePerry Westem-ield-, Salesman. to demark and stands ready fend the Governor in his action, and says it was the only course to prevent blood shed and uphold the dignity of HAM A. AXIIERMIX Editor. the Commonwealth. The Governor and Subscription, SI. 25 por yoar. was right and every impartial man will agree with Dr. to-d- Mr. Kditor: It is true that Ohio county, has a candidate for delegate Irom the Fourth District to the St. Louis Convention, in the person of the Hon. J. S. R. Wedding. We will state therefore, in the out set that Breckenrldge county has nothing but kindly feelings for Mr., Wedding. We have nothing whatever to say against him. But as your paper is to be the official organ of the Fourth District you will, we presume, give all the candidates ahcariug, who disire it. In view of this fact we ask to say a few things in behalf of Hon. V. B Burton, Bteckenridge county's candidate hoping that we will not be considered intruders by so doing. Mr. Burton Is In the prime of vigorous manhood. He is nt the age when the physical powers and mental faculties of men arc at their best. He was born nnd raised in this county. The Burton latuily is an old and honorable one. In many States, members of this family are found and as a rule, all are worthy and upright citizens. Mr. V. B. Button was a farmer boy. His opportunities for n r education were not flattering. fortune smiled not on on his humble birth " But with that energy aud steadfastness of purpose that characterizes so many American boys, he worked his way through, and obtained a first class education at Lexington. From the beginning he has been a fearless Republican. Shottly alter attaining the age of twenty one, he made the race for surveyor on the Republican ticket. In those days it was a difficult matter to get Republicans to become the standard bearers ol the party, because there was no hope of success. Mr. Burton howev-e- r did uot let gloomy prospects discourage him. He boldly championed the cause ol his party when others would not, and won a notable victory. Every since he has defended Republican principles, with such earnestness that he has won the admiration of all loyal Republicans. Being urged by his friends he consented to enter the race for delegate. He had an opponent in this county in the person of Hon. R. N. Miller, who is now County Attorney, buthedeleated "l-ai- Hartford Republican Friday, March 27, 1896 Rememiier the Republican Prein your precinct. cinct Convention Be on band. Bisuauk was born on which shows how ridiculous call it "All Fools Day." The Daily tVpril 1, it is to Xeici will make its first appearance in Louisville on April 2. It will be Democratic. come into general use frame houses will lose cast. Edi son finds no difliculty in photograph-lu- g through planks. s Ir the Campbell, of Ohio, has recovered from his last drubbing as to begin discussing politics again. Some men never know when they get enough. Ex-Go- v. so iar The country regained a portion of its lost prosperity as soon as a RepubThe lican Congress was elected. rest will return when a Republican President is elected. Ohio county has tho largest number of votes of any county in the District, and wo urge the selection of Hou. J. S. R. Wedding as ono of the Delegates to the St. Louis Convention . The only fun the Democrats can cam. get out of tho paign is by discussing the probable Republican nominee; it doesn't matter nbout their own, and most of them know it. the county should turn out at tho Precint Convention next Saturday, April 4 Every precinct should bo well represented, Urge all your Republican neighbors to be on hand. Republican in Every A Belgium Judgo goes up head of He discharged a tho ermine class. priuco who was proven to have been guilty of several prisonablo crimes on the ground that ho was guttering from "hereditary, degeneracy aud without peneal responsibility." , has come to the front Miss C. M. with a woman editor. Gillilaud has purchased tho Oncnsbo-r- o Tribune nnd is now solo proprietor of that jouruul. The policy of the paper will remain the eamo and it will still udvocatc Republican principles. Kentucky TiiEiu: arc Republican editors who seem to forget tho interest of the party In tho Interest of their candidate. Gentlemen, this is poor poll, cy. Tho Republican party, great us it is, cun only win by being united. Stuud by your man, fight for him, In a Icgitimato way, but don't abuse Ho may bo tho other fellow's man. noiniunted, and then tho Democrats will rake upull th nbmo you print, to uso to prevent his election. him. In his race with Mr. Miller, Mr. Coleman. Burton was highly complimented by The silly twaddle of some people those precincts in which he is known. Rockvale, Balltown and Cloverport, that it doesn't pay to advertise grows where Mr. Burton has spent his life monotomous some times. If you have instructed for him unanimously. At goods to sell tell the people about it. Cloverport there wasnot asingle vote A case in point is tho recent failure cast against him. Such hearty ens of Mr. W. H. Williams, who was dorsements coming from his home When he first people, speak volumes in behalf of once an advertiser. started into business in Hartford he Mr. Burton. was a liberal user of printer's ink, Breckenridge county will earnestly and during that year he says he made insist on the selection of her candiBut alter a while he gave date as one of the delegates from money. up advertising, and his trade left him this district. If a delegate to a resulting in an assignment last week. National Convention was even chosen This seems to be conclusive evidence Irom this county, we have forgotton that it pays to advertise and to keep when it was and who it was. If such The people who a tiling ever occurred, it was at a time everlastingly at it. come to town look for the merchant whereof the mind of man runneth not who asks tor their trade, and it is to the contrary. We have never had a candidate tor Congress, we have The Hart right that they should. who advertise want never had a convention given us. in ford merchants tact e have never been shown any your trade and you will alwajsget favors whatever by the district. better bargains from tbem than any Even now we ask little simply that other people. one ol our citizens be given an honor which he richly deserves. We call on io.vsyuam:. Mr. - Willis went to Louisville Larue county to give Mr. Burton her week before lasttopurchasehis spring vote. When Mr. Cad Burba wanted stock of goods, returning last week to be a delegate to the National Convia his home in Grayson county. He vention, Breckinridge county stood was accompanied by his daughter, by him to the last, We call upon Miss Lizzie, who will clerk in the Meade county, which is in our District, our Senatoral store this summer. Wheat crops are looking bad in this District and our Judicial District, to stand by Mr. Burton. We call upon neighborhood. Mr. T. II. Bean's family, Mrs.Josie Hardin and Grayson counties, our neighbors, and also in our Judicial Duke, Miss Sallie Renfrow and brother, Ivan, nre confined to their rooms District to stand by Mr. Burton. In the event Mr. Wedding cannot be with measles. There were two weddings in this chosen, we call upon Ohio county, neighborhood last week. Mr. W. herself, to stand by Mr. Button, Toms to Miss Sallie Twceddell, Mr. thereby returning in a small measure James Durban to Miss Sallie Miller. some ot the favors that Breckinridge Little Lena und Lyman Hunt are county has bestowed on her. Roiiin Hood, on the sick list. Rev. C. F. Haitlord and wile, ol Hon. Jnlm H, Lewi.. arrived at Sulphur Vine Grove, There are but few Republicans in Springs Monday for a few day's visit Kentucky whose names produce as with relatives and friends. pleasurable a sensation as that of John Messrs. Uuca and Jesse Hunt atW. Lewis. Fighting the battles ol tended meeting at Bethel Saturday the party, when it was apparently a night nnd Sunday. hopeless minority, and when he was Messrs. W. II. and L. Hack and but a youth, he has grown in the esM. Toms, of Grayson county, are visteem and aflection ol his countrymen, iting friends nnd lelatives in this until the new party is a great party community. and John W. Lewis Is one of its trustMr. Lonnie Lee has gone to F.vans-villed leaders. At all times his word has been his bond, nnd it has never been Rev. C. F. Hartford is nsslsting in forfeited, political allies' as well as opa revival ut Beech Valley at this writ-ing- . ponents, alike, accord to him the Revs Rlchaidson nnd F.ilott courage of his convictions, and that are conducting n meeting at Bethel attribute ot true manhood, which Mr. Vivian Furgcrson has gone to could never, undei any circumstances, Evansville. do an unworthy act. Miss Kdessc Duke, who has been His friends here, who have known visiting Mrs Henry Carson, in Unit-for- d him through many years, would take fjrsome time.has retumed home. his word concerning any measure, Mr. John Willis is visiting in Gray-so- n however important, or regardless of county this week. what It might portent. If personal Misses Lizzie Willis and I.Ute and moral courage added to intellectHunt visited Miss Coia While Suu-da- y. ual ability of a high order, and the L1.11:, qualities o! an orator at once persua sive and convincing, be passports to The Alexander Sunday School will a great place then John W. Lewis next Sunday the 29th possesses the qualifications to repres be Everybody Is inIn the afternoon. ent Kentucky lit the U, S. Senate. vited to attend. Especially arc those Owensboro Tribune. , in the neighborhood requested to at-tend aud bike part, as it is desired to Children Cry for make the Sunday School of this summer the most successful that was evJ IN (JO, er held at that place. Married, at the home ol the bride Mr. C. R, Martin has moved his near Palo, on the igth, Inst., Mr. Jewelry Store into the rom next Wade Toiusand Miss Sallie Tweedell, Also on Rev. G, J Bean officiating, door to T. J. Smith & Co, Ial e. llltl.l. IIUN. Farmers nre ptcparing for a large crop, but as yet have done but little, owing to the bad weather. This is one of the best , farming districts in the county, nnd the people arc all industrious and enterprising. Health in our community Is generally good, C. W. Stevens, Beaver Dam, was some few cases of grip. There was n party at James FerguIn our midst last week. Rev. J. I', Nelson, who has been son's 011 Saturday night nnd the I confined to his bed lor some time. Is young folks all enjocd themselves fine. I able to be up again. Rev. D. J. K. Maddox preached nt Doss Coghlll came very near losing his life one day Inst,' week by a Cool Springs Church on Saturday and Sunday Inst. A large crowd was , falling tree. present and quite nn interest maniBorn, to the wife of Charley Dur fested. Bro, Maddox is n fine speakbln on the 22nd, .1 boy. er nnd usually has many hearers at Miss Maggie Cox Is Itl at this writhis meetings. ing. John Wilson, Wallace Brown nnd J. B. L. Hohimcr is able to be out What's the matter with Jim Park W. Davenpott, of Taylor Towu, all for the next County Judge and Sam lelt ou Saturday night for Evansville A. Anderson lor Circuit Court Clerk? on the steamer Kerr with a fine lot of hogs nnd cattle. Judklle. Miss Myrtle Wilson, daughter of prom another cokrkspondrnt Esq. Jont B. Wilson, Is visiting Mrs. M. T. Likens has returned from J. L. Wilson, of Taylor Town. Louisville. I'M Scott contemptntes building n Mr. Doss Coghlll came very near fine dwelling house and stock barn in being killed one day last week by a the near future. Dukrhsiibrry. tailing tree If jou want a rt liable dye that will Mr. Henri Morris, "ho has been down with consumption for scernl color and even brown or black, and months, is still 011 the bed of afili- c- will please nnd satisfy you every time, tion. Mrs. Alex Fielden has been use Buckingham's DycfortheWhi.sk-et- s very sick for several weeks. Miss Alice Morris is iniDroving SL'I.l'IIIlt SIMII.MiS- Messrs. Syeier Broomfield and Therc weie two weddings near Palo Albert Cox have gone 'own the river Inst Thutsday evening, Mr Wade with Robert Itagciman. Toms and Miss Sallie Tweedell wetc Miss I.tila Johnston, Sulphur married at 0 o'clock at the home of Springs, was in tin- - community last the bride by Rev. G J. Bran. Mr. week. Miss Nannie Datggans was in James A. Duibin nnd Miss Sallie A. Jingo Saturday. Mis,. L. Combs and Miller were married at 8 o'clock nt Mrs.G.Hicky were 111 town last week. the home of the bride's grandfather, Mr. John D ex! son left Irst week lor Mr. A. H. Miller, by Rev. B. L.DaEvansville wheic he will work on vis logs. The measles seems to be in a flour" Mr. G N. Coots spent a few days ishing condition in the Suunydale In Horse Branch last week. neighborhood. Miss Emma Hints, of near HartThe log men about here are busily ford, has. returned home after a two engaged raiting and limiting their weeks visit here with her aunt. Mr. logs. A. Carter was in the community last Mr. W. B. Hiuton .is crecting'a week. house on the farm of T. J. Miller's on Mrs. G B. Likens, Hartford, and the Hartford and Hi tics Mill road. Mrs. D. W. Likens spent the day Mr. William II. Hack, of Grayson with Mrs. M. T. Eikcns nnd mother county, is visiting Mr. Wysong, of one day last week. Sunnydalc, this week. The prayer meeting at Shroider's Mr. F. Willis, the hustling merSchoolhouse is getting along very chant of Sunnydalc, is now bringing nicely. in a new stock of goods, composed of Prof. Lee B. Mills, Pleasant Ridge, hardware, queensware, hats, shoes, was the guest of his mother last Sun- dry goods and clothing, which he day. is determined to sell at reasonable Mr. Robert Vance gave a dance last prices. 1; G. Thursday night.it being his birthday. .ntui.v With best wishes lor the dear old Owing to the bad weather farmers Republican I will close. If this is are not doing much at present. printed I will come again. Max. Mr. Wm. Babbitt lost his houseand The base of Ayer's Hair Vigor is a all its contents by fire the 21st. No refined and delicate fluid, which does insurance. He was in the field at not soil or become rancid by exposure work and his family away from home to the air, and which is as perfect a when it caught on fire. Therool was substitute for the oil supplied by na- tailing in when the fire was discoverture in youth and health, as modern ed. This was a serious loss lor Mr. Babbitt as this leaves him practically chemistry can produce. homeless and he has our heaitfelt I'or Hon I. The store house belonging to Miss smpathy4 Mrs. N. C. Brown is very low ar.d II. C. Guenther, known as the C. N. Guentberhouce, oppositeCourt House. will probably not recover. The pound party at Mr. Marshal A course ot Hood's Sirsapanlla this Gilliams' last Saturday night was spring may be the means of keeping well attended and a nice time reportyou well and hearty all summer. ed Now that the fence around the .Snip. I'or The entire stock of groceries assign- couit house yard is building, can't ed to me by W. II. Williams, will sell the county go this one better and privately to the highest und best bid- throw upamucli needed levee between here and Hiues Mill? Shelby Taylor. der. Zealot. the same date Mr. James Durbln was married to Miss Sallie Miller, Rev. 1'. Davis officiating. Miss Susie Allen Is visiting her cousin, Miss Fuiuia CundllT, near Hnttford. R. W. Hagcrm.in has gone to with a lot ot logs. I'M.Vr MMII.1UN. Flint Springs is a lively litt'e "Success is the reward of merit" place, has one stote nnd postoffice. not ot assumption. Popular appreA. S ciation is what tells in the long run. run by good Republicans, For fifty years, people have bten us- White & Co Flint Springs isagreat convenience ing Ayer's Sarsaparilla, it is r the most in favor with to the neighborhood. Health is good in this locality. the public. Ajer'sSarsaparillacures. Farmers are abou through sowing oats end arc preparing for corn. blood-purifie- jTurnilcirel fTcirnifarell V iri I J -- -J. f- c-' CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY When it moved that our Furniture stood moving hotter limn tho avwhich simply means that our Furniture h ulnvntho uvcragj, and that menus u good deal too, nowadays when the quality nt l'uriiituie aver ages uciier. i re you luty winning, III buying do one or tw.) tiling MnkHtipyour mind how iniieli vu want ti Hpeiul an see what wo can give jou for that amount, or le nntke up ynur mind wmit grade id Furniture jou want and compuro nur price with that of otheH '.! Alwiiv" the lowest on n .'15 Hit 'l 11 St Ann. removed to anie grade of Furniture. erage in-1 ZEL "Tvr- - to Martin SaITHI. v. Smitli FENCE! FOR Morse-HlR- Whrtar60to00c.orouorfoncowhonoucanmokithol BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE OH EARTH h, A man and Irom 10 to 00 12 ! Ornamental -- . . . lfou havon Lnwnnothiniiin ' tho worl J woulUUoo autMti'utn tor nur lino Orr anion-- 1 tol Fence. Beautiful. OiirnMr. strona. cml Choou. Plain calvnnlro'J FCHCE WIRE noitt to F.irniotn nt Mnoieeaio priceo. uircuiam fit u frico List i-KITSELMAN BROTHERS. Dox O'J. ItldROvlllo. Indlr rods a Uay. Over so n.I.VD. W ,J sbo llluatrotocl CotoloRua Froo. f t TO 20 CENTS A ROD? now can mabn Plnnnil Chicken Tlftht, F8ncQ.&3S-- S',"i,Lf - i rt I rmyTiMira..7rrTira-ccs- w I Field & Holbrook's sta blc 111 Haitlord the furt Monday iu each month until May, also the first day ol Circuit Con it. I castrate staining and tic the artery with Surgeons cat-gwhich is ab.soibed 111 four days. The only safe plan. Uidgelings caielully operated on. Tcrt.is tcasonable and satisfactions I. T JlKS ui, guarantied. Iieaur Dam. I will beat lit. " x a lVrJ-- - ir '"' GROOM 5SSfis-!'JEb MORSE E YOl'R WITH OONNER'S HOUSE CLEANEK. No flies. Hens, mofxpiitos or lice. Removes tlutidtuH, ditt. I.eiue skin milt xnd white. 100 00 for any citse of Mange it will not cftre. ) Stops iritation, tubbing. Fine for clip- Mane nnd tail cleaner of the world. No mnttttig. Keeps hair fit e, soft nmlsilky. A hair glower. No ncratchcc. Mud will not stick. Aids in shedding. Horse Groomed iu lees thnti hall the time. A tome, harmles; teniovcs stains. Keep halt Irom fading. Kxpen-- e but a trifle Mai' gallon cleans horse 12 lly its use tunes ll.lH CfWt like- - velvet. hone Also nsr! on rattle ami dogs For milk cows it's especially valuable in fly tune. 'Ask dealers fur Ilomui's Hoist-Clean- 2S-I- f M'rofula ha- - no The linn srin-- p iiicicy upon 114 itt!m. 'I'M- d Willi of the blood - often not fan-lu- g dreadful mhos but nicks the body with tho pains of iliciiiuatUlii ilia fine-- . until Hood'- - Mir-.i- p "Nearly four bko I Ucamo with scrofula and rluumatisui. s.iti-tii11 Cripple i1 honcs. Running sores liroke out on my thigh. 1'iccoHof bone came out un il an oi- - ration I liml rlicumatl-was coiitcinihU'il. in my leys, draw up out oIMmpi. I lout appetite, could not sleep. I was n perfect wreck. I contmuid to row uornc and Unally gave up the doctor's treatment to 11 Made Well ,, PlIIS cum llttr UN. Will ship half gallon on receipt of $1 (.Mention thus pnper) Patented TOI.FUO Sl'I-CM.TY CO . Toledo, Ohio il iy Use Bonner's Moof Dressing and Harn I)m.t. I ei Soon appetlto take. Hood'H Harsaparllla, came back; the sores commenced to lien). My limbs straightened out and I threw away tny crutclus. I am now- - stout anil liearty and am (arming, when as (our jtarsagol was n rrlpple. I cladlv recommend Hood s Sarsxparilla." I'HUAN Hammond, Tauli (jnm-- , IIII110H. 35tt Assignee. Hoods Sarsapanlia IitlioOneTruelllcwhll'iirlll'r UlilruiieliM fl. I'rcparcd only bye I IIihhLM'ii.LohiII, M.hi. This testimonial is unsolicited and for the bentlit of humanity. My daughter has l.en subject to seveie colds and croup nnd olten taken with violent coughing spells at night Dr. Hell's Fine Money is the only prep.11 ition I have latum that will relieve her. I think it is as necessary iu the house-holas a ltic preserver ou nstenmlKMt. UcH'y, H I,, Jh.ssi.l, Ian. IS. 1895 202 W iltid-i- - St , Louisville, Ky. For s lie by . Wayne Gritlin&llto., diugirtst, and Renlrow- - Ilros., Narrow, Ky. lr d nOOCl S .. toU'.cuj tuuMratc. Xc, oiy to w . win. .... W:'aM ,1, Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. - - ii..V. mifcti, Tun IlusT Sw.vi: 111 the woild lor Children Cry for Republicans are thick wflmtu. i.iriuara and Demo- Cuts, Utilises, Sores, Ulcus, Salt Kluu in, Fever Soics, Tetter, Chap- llmj lire" .tcnicj CastoHa. crats are scarce. ., II nrl l.irtl, Ky. W. I A. ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd nil fur Sal. Skin lCruptions, and positively cures Arc Ion One Call on Ilulliugton, the barber. Fifteen bushels Northern Early Piles, or no pay requited. It ft. guarOf those unhappy people who are g anteed to give perfect satislacuion or Rose potatoes lor sale 40 cts per with weak nerves, starting nt matey relundcd. Price 25 cents per bushel. Call on Shelby Taylor, As(mmHimi DOCTOR every sliuht sound, unable to endure box. FOR SALI5 UV Williams & signee W. II Williams. tf Fell. any unusual disturbance, finding it impossible to sleep? Avoid opiate and nerve compounds. Feed the nerves upon blovd made puiennd When Bby u tick, no gavo her GutorU. ENOLISH Y nourishing by the great blood purifier When she w a ClillJ, nh cried for CutorU. When lis became MUs, she clunc to C&storU. and true nerve tonic, Hood's Sarsapa-rilla- . Whta the had Children, iha gavethtm CutorU. j'hs4? a ,iT ?'' Pitcher's Vllle w I Cental vV &m x - n Hood's Pills are the best pills, assit digestion, prevent constipation. 25c. In another column you will find the ad. of Kitselman Bros., Ridgevilte, ANTED SALESMEN Indiana, who manufacture n line of to sell choice line ol Nurti-rv- . ornamental fences for door yards at a remarkably low price. The cheapness Liberal Salary or Conimi'dion paid weekly. iVrimiiiunt with which their fences can be made sitions to good men. and Paying poSpecial induceis iu keeping with the times. Send ments to beginners. Exclusive terricatalogue. for their Writo nt onco tory given if desired. after-din-ner 4W.M.St. Owimhuo, Kv Gold Crowns $5 to $7 1'oie-l.ii- n Crowns 3 to 5 Hist set ol teeth (no better made no matter bow much jou pay) . $8 Gold lillm',s $1 up Silver filling 75c hxliacuug pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized time. "You can't afford to bewith-o- ut it." A 25c. bottle miy save your life I Ask your druggist for It. Send for pamphlet If the little ones have use It promptly. it sun to curt. Time Sliti-j- jc, sx. and ft. All Drttjliti. Is beyond question the greatest of all modern medicines. It will stop a Cough in one night, check a cold In a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, and curt Consumption if taken In for Cottahs. Cnhla. and Consumption Mr. Sherman Williams has returned from Nashville, where he had been attending Vanderbilt University . Air 500 HAWKS NUHSERY CO,. F.xlrtcting Iree when Artificial ItOCIIKHTLH, N Y. Office pet uiaucnt-lTec'h ate ordered. Monthly l'ulimcurul )jy Ilr, Miles' l'aln I'M. looted J for terms to .'la 4m ... Croup or Whooping Coufh y I Aciaut Miinicmn co tutvia irnnniiimiiniHi uimmocrs tit,, tf, i- iiiiiiimJ - U.J -- Operatmgthe hosier and MOSLIR PATENT s.. 1 wfiK&H (?or!i ba;.k ciRiiSS TOiUsa mm atm ufe Safe factories wwmwftu mmw $&" - i i SCREW DOOR BMSAFf. IDE iosicr mm fire p.:oof sate K?;vj!:"v-TWir.' ; .. it - ri Pitcher's Castorla. PLANS. Sl'KCI LEGATIONS AND EHTIMATJS FUKN18IIKI) ON ALL KINDS OF HANK VAULT & SAFKTY DEPOSIT WOUK it FIRK AND HUKGLAIt PROOF SAFK8.ET0. .SOLE OWNF.RS OF Mosler& Corliss Patonts. Cliieau, III ,N 207 Wnbafli Avei u I Doston, Mass , No 192 Devonshire St. New York City, No. 305 Ilroadwuy, Corner Duane. Kansas City. Mo No121 Delaware St, Cincinnati, Ohio, Southwest Corner 3d and Vine Street ut t, ,,,! ln Mn m.i Mnrlli lfnilrtli Street. Los Angeles, Cal ,No.338 North Main Street, Hamilton, Ohio. Providence,R,I.,and all other principal cities In the United States and lorcign Counti ie. SjSLIII3SC03M:iS. Contruciins to itiu United States Government, Cgiitinctori) to tho Mexican Govcriinunt, Moelcr und (JoiIUh Pmont Sales 111 me oil ovor tlio W'jrltl. PB.'X.U L JLl ALWAYS Hf The Only One To Stand the Test. ittk. en Fcrtlll zcr at Carson & Co's. Read Fair Bros. & Co's "ad." See Carson & Co's new Awarded IllgheJt Honors World's Fair. "ad." m New Mailings at Carson & Co's. Notice K. W. Smith's am sst Keeping so far in front Unit we luivo io look around the bend in the river behind to see anything that resembles competition. We never follow. IbitiPSlIUI ltcv. William I'opp, whoso father wns physician for over fifty jours, .Jersey, mid who himself in Ni-spent many jears preparing for tho pmctlcu of medluiiie, but sube. ipieutly entered the ministry of the M. V.. Church, writes: "I am glad to testify that 1 hut u had aiialyed all the Karsaparllla preparations known in the 11 new"ad." grocci-les. Tobacco Cotton nt Carson & Co's. Stevens' is the place to buy mm CREAM IDBfc; PREPARE FOR EASTER And make your selections from our choice stock of Spring and Summer A new lot of Trunks nt Carsotis & Co's. New York Narly Rose Potatoes at MMNG CLOTHING. Spring and Summer "V trade, but Ut vc V AYER'S Is tho only 0110 of them that I could recommend us a BECAUSE WI BECAUSE have the Goods and delight WIS name the pi Ices that astonish eveijbody. everybody. cf given away hundreds of bottles of it, as I consider It tho safest as well ns tho best to bo had." Wm. Coit, Pastor M. E. Church, Jackson, Minn. s BECAUSE WIJ catch the trade and rt.iti.sl everybody. AT Lit d Whon In doubt, ask f or Ayor's Pills Visit Fair Bros. & Co's. If you want bargains, call on ens. 20 JHA jflFHrA h jSarsaparijja THE ONLY WORLD'S PATH yds. good bleached cotton SL Heavy cotton jeans l()c. 20 20 10 20 yds. heavy Domestic 81. yds. extra quality shirting- cotton $1. yds. nice calico 40c. - Stev- yaids shirting $r at Pair Bros.& Co's. 20 yards brown cotton $1 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Heavy cottonnade 12 Ac. 2 Spring Millinery at Fair. Co. next week. Bros. & Ladies black cotton lose 5c. New fine Handkerchiefs 5c. Good cottonnade pants 50c. Heavy woven Corsets 50c. Ladies shirt waists 50c. Ladies ties 25c. Look at Fair Bros. & Co's new line of silks for waists. ' If you will price Stevens' groceries you will save money. I.ate novelties in Dress Goods yes. terday at Fair Bros. & Co's. See our new Neckware. Gilt belts 25c. Latest novelty, Irredescent belts (50c. Leather belts 25c. Novelties in ladies collars and collaretts Will be open for Easter, under the management of a thoroughly competent trimmer. G-ood- s- Carson & Ladies Co. black cotton hose 5c per pair at Fair Bros. & Co's. $ 1 gets a pair of Mens Fine Shoes ot Fair Bros. & Co's. Newest things in Buttons and Dress Trimmings at Fair Bros. & Co's. Miss Isabelle McHcnry has gone to Denver, Col., to visit her brother. Everybody is invited to attend our Millinery opening Monday March 30. Millinery, Our Entire Line Carson & Co. Dress We show line that competition cannot a The biggest lot of Dress Goods ever opened in Hartford at Carson & Co's. equal; the latest with trimmings to suit. Where ou n to IojU fir I) less Goods. Millinery, Clothing 01 our store, with our prices carefu lly Dry Goods nfter mi jour mind, j ou will be bound, to your own interest, to come back mid luiy Ironi us. You will do so cheerfully, in Koini! the rounds of different stoics, you will learn, by big odds, tlt.it our house displays the best line of styles to pick (rom, the louet prices on quality cU il to the best. Out term ate strictly c.i.sh. e J. W. Tilford has been appointed Postmaster at Prentis vice K. T. Miller, resigned. Miss Sara Collins has returned from Cincinnati, where she purchased a large stock of Millineiy for Carbon & Co. Mr. Ulyses Whalen and Miss Lillie Tichenor were married at the home ol the bride near Cromwell Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, Rev. Jo, B. Rogers officiating. Mr. James Annis died at his home near Cromwell Saturday and was buried at Green River Burying Grounds Sunday. Funeral at 1 1 o'clock by Rev. Jo. B. Rogers. It MaKes no Difference ncminimmiEBi Stevens'. No trouble to tdtow Qttcenswarc at MOST PERFECT MADE. Stevens'. A pure Crips Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Hon. Jno. J. McIIeuiy mid wife are from Ammonia, Alum or any otfw adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. in Louisville. We pay 5c. per pound for fat Hens. BEAVER DAM. Carson & Co. Rev. O. M Wilson Legan a scries Just received, anew lot of furniture. of meetings in the M, H. Church Carson & Co, Sundnv. Ho being called to LouisBring us your eggs, chickens and ville Tuesday Rev. Jamagin filled his appointment Tuesday evening. Cahson & Co, butter. Miss CllfiieGrayis visiting relatives Dr. K. W. Ford has moved into the In Hattford. offices over the Ohio County Bunk. Miss Mamie Mitchell spent Satur-da- y night In the country with Miss C. R Martin, our old reliable jew- Susie Stcwnit. Mr. Fred Taylor and wife, Prif. J eler has concluded not to move from Hartford, but will change his store to B. Taylor spent Sunday In the country. Indies reception room in the Hartford Miss Moliie Renfrew ha3 recovered Hotel in a day or two where he will of measles nnd will visit her home be prepared to serve his customers in near Sulphur Springs this week. Mr. K. II. Patterson and wife spent a polite gentlemanly manner. Sunday and Monday with Mr. S. P. The following named persons have Tnylor and wife. Messrs. E P. Barnes, II. D. Hunt paid their subscription to Tin; Misses Fannie Barnes, Viola Pirtle since our last issue: R. II. and Mrs J. T. Martin have returned Brown, Hartford; Judge L P. Little, from the East wheie they . have been Owensboro; S. T. Williams, C. L. engaged in purchasing spring goods. Mr. U. S. Whalen Butler county a Miller, Beaver Dam; I. M. Mattingly, former pupil of Beaver Dam Seminary Hartford; Miss Etna Truman, Fords-villwas in town Saturday. Mrs. Lucy Hubbard, Hartford; Miss Dora Mitchell, Louisville. Is V. P. Allen, Flint Springs; T. F. the guest of her brothers Drs. J. J. and G. F. Mitchell. Johnston, Sulphur Springs. Mr. A. M. Hunt spent Sunday In For ShIo or Itenf. Rockport. A first class business house in Little John Stevens, son of Mr. O. Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite Stevens died at his home early Suncentrally located. For further par day morning after a long sickness. The remains were interred in Goshen ticulars address J. W. Tabor, Fords Cemetery and thus another home Is ville, Ky. orD. M.Hocker, Hartford, made sad. Miss Maggie Smith after two weeks Ky. m absence from school Is with us again. tm Mr. C. A. Hunt visited his home in A itocllport riKlit, Two railroad detectives, C. L. More-hea- d Butler county this week. Mr. A. V. Thompson wife and and II. II. Marrs, werecalled inchildren and Mr. Fred Daniel, Louis who vllle, were called to to service to catch some culprits the death of Lithad been breaking the insulators tle John Stevens last Monday. Mrs. along the road. They arrested a son Thompson and children are still in of Preston Render's and was guard-hit- n town. Mr. S. nt the hotel in Rockport Sunday attending L. Mitchell who has been the Lectures in Louisville when Rstil and Seth Render came in is at home on a visit. and demanded that their brother be The last term of school began liberated and attacked one of the de- Monday. Miss Agnes Herald, Rockport, and Miss Bettie Martin, Horton, tective with razors and knives and matriculated. his necktie was cut in too and his Mr. Frank Casebier spent Sunday clothes were otherwise badly cut up. in Rockport. Mr. Oscar McKenney who Is now The Render boys were arrested by staying in Rochester spent Monday Mr. Marrs add Town Marshal night at his home. and were taken to Central City Mr. Guy Stateler is back to town Sunday night for safe keeping. The again. The people ot this place were made case came up for trial Monday in the Police Court at Rockport and examin- sad indeed to hear ot the death ol Mrs. ing trial was waived and they were well Mary Render Kirby as she was known and had a large number held in the sum ol $350 each lor their ol friends here being a formes teachCircuit Court. Attor- er at the Seminary. appearance at Attye. ney Armstcad Jones represented the Ileiiiilillraii Contention. Commonwealth, owing to the absence Tho Republican voters of Ohio of County Attorney R. P. Neal, who county are called to meet at their rewas engaged in the Clark case here. spective voting precincts nt two Hon. C. M. Barnett represented the o'clock p. m. on Saturday, April 4, nnd select delegates to the. County defendants in-laFul-kers- PODIR DRESS GOODS Both in Woolen and Wash Fabrics of every description. We have just opened a big selection of these goods. Also a nice assortment of silks. We will show in a few days something new in wash Goods in linen effect; the newest thing out in wash Goods. , We earn fix the YocmgAen IN SHIRTS AND HATS Will open in a few days about 50 dozen; the newest thing in Shirts-anHats. We want you to come and see. If you don't buy, we will not fall out with you. That is our business to show goods. REMEMBER OUR MILLINERY roar GOODS Will be opened in time for Easter. Don't fail to visit us. "STo-mr- s Trjaci, CARSON & GO. A FAVORABLE Buford Added lists 1.369 1.459 117 SHOWING? The Statistics of Ohio County as Compil- ed by County Assossor, N.C. Danlal, and His Corps of Ablo in A visit from you will be highly appreciated ITaJijx 'Iariford Sample NdV Shoes at Cirsin & Co's. Webave loU of tobacco c.inva Cahson & Co Bios. & IIol-broo- & Co., Carson & Co. Young Housekeepers of fT&shiOn, We can't be under-sol- For bailed h.iy call on Field Just received a lot of fine new bug. gits nt I'icld & Holbrook, I,. Bulliugton is prepared to give you a quick, easy and close shave. ( 13. I'ure ciab cidir lorsile by l W. 22 Gm Pirtle, Hartloid. Ky. I'oran "II. M. T." Buggy, call on You can j:et n first cliiss buugy of Carson & Co. I'ieliljc Holbiook lor a little money I'ield & Holbrook. Try it and you as they can be h.ul anywhere. Give will use no other. The Ladies Aid Society only made them a call and be convicted. Accidents arehappening every day, a small amount out of the Joces lecFire is an accident. You had better tures last week. Bro. Jones deliverinsure your property. ed two splendid lectures, however, and all who heard him were well pleased. We pay the highest marked prices for chickeus, feathers, eggs and but. Mr. W. II. Williams, who has been tcr. Caiison & Co. in the grocery business in Hartford for several years, made on assignment John Clark was tried in Quarterly last Friday evening for the benefit of Don't you know that it pays to see Court Monday lor rufiling the feeling his creditors. Mr. Shelby Taylor is where you can buy the cheapest of Wesley Callahan and was fined the assignee. Don't you know that $1 saved is $t Miss Annie Walsh, Cincinnati, A merchant buys where he made? Lorenzo Wells was tried in Quarterwill arrive to take charge goods at the lowest can get the best ly Court Tuesday charged with hav of Fair Bros. & Co's Millinary departprice ing sold John Rowan Barr's Rheumament. She has had a large experitism Medicine nt Fordsvile. He was ence in the Millinery business and &6 you hould do. Just fined $100 and costs. will be able to please all who call on Keep account of your expenses and her. buy closely and see how much you Uncle Jesse Barnes, an old and re have saved in a year. spected negro living at Cromwell, died Monday morning and was burI ied Tuesday. He came to this county from Maryland, about the begin-nin- g of the century. It Isclaimed he If you don't think so try mc. 1 was in years old on the 13th iust. Thinness is often a sign of buy at the closest figures mid sell at Rev. Kdwin Drury, the Catholic poor health. A loss of weight the very lowest. generally shows something Is Missionary will begin his lectures at wrong. If due to a cough, the Court House, April 13th and concold, any lung trouble, or If tinue during the week He comes there Is an Inheritediendency by the request of his friends in Hartford and vicinity. Kvery one is invito weak lungs, take care I ted to hear the distinguished lecturer. B Barnett returned from yesterday and says the State Convention has been changed from Lexington to Louisville. Oil Co. The Kentucky have located on the farm ot Mr. John R. Phipps, near Hartford, and will begin inside of ten days boring for oil. It is a strong Company and no doubt they will push the work to a finish. We will in about ten days receive car load of the Celebrated Globe Fertilizer both for corn and tobacco. Come and get prices. Hon. C. M. Louisville Will be especially interested in our g- Anti-Clin- al OUTFITS for house-keepin- consisting of a A'ery line line of "PARLOR SUITS," "BED ROOM "Wash-stands,"i- n STOP AND SUITS," "Hookers," "Dresser," fact a full line of Furniture. Gome to BEAVER DAM. VVe Convention which is hereby called to meet at tho Court Houso in Hartford on Monday, April 6, 1890, at 12:30 o'clock, p. in., lor purpose of appointing delegates to tho District Convention winch has been called to meet at HodgiiisvHle on Tuesday April 14, ami to tbo Stato Convention which is called to meet at Louisvillo on Wednesday, April 15, ior tho purpose of selecting delegates to tho National Convention at St. Louis, &c, Ohio county is entitled to 22 delegates, and votes in both District and State Conventions, said set of delegates will no doubt be expected to attend both of said Conventions. In tho County Convention it is hereby ordered that each precinct shall ho entitled to 1 delegate and one voto for every 25 and fraction over 12 cast for Hon. W. O. Bradley for Governor at tho November election 1895, provided that no precinct shall bo entitled to less than two delegates and votes. This will allow precinct delegates and votes as follows: Doputlos. Total 14,843 $16,652 In this table Cromwell district shows greatest number and greatest average price per head. Citizens of the county interested in statistics of same can find by comparisons in the numerous tables we have published, many curious and amusing facts that will never be explained fully. Hogs &c., next week. East Hartford . West Hartford Beda f THINK propose to save you expense and give you what you buy in this line. Sulphur Springs Magan Cromwell Cool Springs Rockport Select Horse Branch Rosiue . . Beaver Dam Prices guaranteed, goods in large lots and money saved. HOOKER & CO. Washington, D, C, lawyers and agents for procuring patents, will send free to any address pamphlets with information about home and foreign patents, caveats, copyrights, trademarks, infringements, design patents nbstrects of decisions, etc., as well as the cost of patents in the United States and foreign countries. McIIenry Centertown Smallhouse Enst Fordsville West Fordsville Aetnaville Shrevc Bartletts 5 3 4 4 5 5 2 5 3 4 8 5 4 5 2 (Irnnl's Troiiblraomo Holdler. General Grant used to tell a story As promised last weelc,we herewith of a soldier in a certain regiment durwill tell you something; about the ing the war who was continually sheep of Ohio county as reported by bothering him by asking favors. our county assessor, viz.: We find Grant one day said to him, "Iwk that there are 14,843 sheep in the here, believe you are the most troubI county, which Is nearly 2JJ sheep for lesome man in the Union army." of our 5,612 voters. Enough to each The man quickly replied, "Why, supply quite a number of barbecues. that's funny, sir!" benefit of those concerned we For the "Funny, how do you make it out will locate this mutton by precincts funny?" and quote assessed value "Because it is just what the enemy and districts says about you." of same: m m Val No.sheep Precincts Months $ 596 Seven E. Hartford 572 226 Wonderful Ilecovorr of Health. W. Hartford 213 Deda Mr. B&lrd's rapid and marvelous recovery 582 570 from a mere skeleton to his normal weight, Sulphur Spr'gs S80 . . . . . 1,039 270 pounds, was surely tho ullt tat of pthe grandest strength-givin- g and building-uMagan S79 914 medicine over produced, namely 1,185 Cromwell 1,473 Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. 483 Cool Springs 483 Rockport 754 745 Select 579 491 Horse Branch S84 1,192 Rosine 786 975 Beaver Dam 953 735 228 McIIenry 240 Centertown 1,149 Jl83 616 615 Smallhouse With Fever. 1 tmA 6 4 2 2 3 2 E. Fordsville W.Fordsvllte Aetnaville Shreve Olaton Buford 642 235 713 863 482 315 768 286 732 260 858 829 Will Save You Money thM Sc5ttE&muttcTu Cod-liv- er Olaton t'rre Iiilormiitloii. Messrs, C. A. Snow & Co., of Buford Helliti 2 Kast and West Fordsville precincts may hold a joiiit convention as may and-We- 3 Bartletts Iliflln Additional list Totals 605 376 800 283 117 It is Money to me STEVENS. L A Citizrn. Baled hay for sale ot Field & Hoi. of brooks'. Northern Rarly Rose Seed Potatoes for sale by I'icld & Holbrook, at 35c. per bushel. Cal Watts was tried before Ksrj, Jont I). Wilson at Cromwell Suturday lor using insulting language to Rob ert Culbertson and was fined $2, Oil, with Is a fat-fo- Hypo-phosphit- es, and more. It causes such changes In the system tnat the gain Is permanent and Improvement taking It. Sound flesh; rich blood; strong nerves; good digestion; aren't these worth a thought? contlnuesevenafteryou cease Ilru, t'nlur' Merllni;. Rid. S. F. Fowler, of Madisonville, is conducting a series ol meetings at the Presbyterian Church in Hartford. He began Monday night, with small audience, but by Wednesday night the large house was crowded, and last night his house was filled with eager listeners. He Is a powerful pulpit orator and stands high in the SCOTT'S EMULSION hutttntnJorwJbyth! The hustling liverymen, I'ield & medlul profession fortKcntyytart. tXi . alwiyt ptUutU Iwy Ilolbrooks, are constantly replenish lor.) Tills Is bccjun Il Islit unirmtytyt(enUni furtitHariixfut OtlanJ llrfebboipbitti. lug their already big supple of bug. latin on Scott' L'tnulslon with of gies. Quick sales nnd small profits injriaiutfish. I'ut up in s cent nj Ji.oo slus. TJn snull slit nuy It enough to curt your s their motto, or help your biby. tr CJ-Uv- tr traJs-nu- rk ch Christian Church The organization is small in Hartford, but people of all denominations are attending Iiro. Fowlei's meetings, The meeting will be In progress until next Thursday night. Hartford precincts. East County Delegates to tho District Convention will bo authorized to cast tho vote of Ohio county to nominate a candidate fur Congress if paid convention deems it best to make a nomination at that time, to savo trouble and oxpenso of another convention for in the that Charles Dudley Warner, puiposo alono. Furthermore, as "F.dltor'3 Study" in the April Harn very important campaign uflronts per's contends that America has a us it is no doubt best to reorganize more agreeable winter climate than tho County Committo, therefore each Kurope. The contention is not new, precinct convention is heroby requestwill, but it Is not often heard nowadays, ed to select 0110 good man who is his ing to work, canvass aud orgaaizo vhen the winter exodus to the precinct aud serve as n member of is becoming larger every County Committee Tho County year. Convention will select two Committeemen from tho county at largo. The enormous circulation of such Delegates mo requested to have a magazine as The Ladies' Home thoir credentials properly attested by Journal can, in n souse, be understood tho Chairmau and Secretary of their when it Is said that during the last precinct conventions immediately af six months of 1895 there wcr prins ter adjournment of said convention. Tho new County Committee will ted, sold nnd circulated over four meet and organize immediately million copies (in exact figure 4,058,-891- ). after tho adjournment, of the County as these give one Convention nnd everr member is Figures such some Idea of the influence which may most earnestly requosted to bo prcs-c- ut and tako part in tho orgauizatiou, be exerted by even a single one of the Very llcsp'y, modern magazines. K. D. Gmty, Ch'm'n Ren. Co. Com, ciintl liy Dr. MIVm.' I'aim W.A.Gihson, Seo'y flEUBAiaiA '' " " Vii.iJi. "Ouuvuut uiloou" Atull(.rui;i;lili m $16,652 14843 By comparing above figures it will be noticed that Cromwell leads in number of sheep, but Centertown, with 36 less, is a close rivat and Weft Hartford which Includes most of the town of Hartford has the least number. We note, however, that Olaton Sheep In that shows best values. precinct are valued at nearly $1.47 per head, while Shreve shows a This only 96c per head. seems a little strange as these two last named precinctslie adjoining and are in the same Justice District. Taking totals we find the average value per head taking the whole county, is only n fraction more than $1.12 per head. Taken by Justice Districts we find our sheep and value of same located as follows: Val No.sheep Dist Hartford 3,126 53.345 4,481 Cromwell 3,788 Rosine 3.966 13,514 3,284 Fordsville 2,935 valu-atlon'- ot J, II, DirnD. "Gentlemen t wish to express to you my gratitude for the great good that Vr. was for Ncrvina iilla' slclc withhas done fever me. I laid ana I typhoid taken in bed for seven months. After getting over the fever I was thin, nervous and tired, and did not regain my lost strength. I tried several proprietary medicines, and Anally, after having been reduced In weight to 130 pounds, I began trying your Xervitie, and at onco began to Improve. Was Anally tntirui cured, and today I can say 1 never felt better In all my life, and weigh 270 pounds. This Is my normal weight, as I mcusur i feet M Inches In belghu" J. II. DAIRD. South Bend, Ind. nosltlv Dr. Miles' Nervlno Is sold on guarantee that the Unit bottle will hunelt. bottles forts. fch0&aeSSe1uckfoPi2 H$Si Dr. Miles' Nervine Ovtrfrof It Paying Stop it Oct our Great Catalogue and Buyfor IS cents In stamp to pay part poeUgo The-- Book'a fret. or espresaage. 700 Pages, iiooo Illustrations, 4000a ers dulde. We'll send It descriptions, everything that's used In life; tells you what you ought to pay, whether you buy of us or not. One profit from maker to user. Oetlu MONTaOMERY WARD & CO.,. Originators et the Mall OrikrMsthod 6 IU-II- Michigan Ave,, Chicago. Hartford Republican 1'IUDAY, MAKCII 87, 189G aem All Her Life. deep-seate- NnAi.Miin.si:, Though the water Is falling1 nt present, the river lias been nllvc with mils the past few weeks. It is with sadness wc chrotiic.il the death of Kcv. M, C b'ord, Centertown, the father of T. J. Ford. Dlncksmith, nt this place. Wc deeply sympathy with the loved compinlons nnd fntus ily left to luoutn his loss. . Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. l'ord returned home Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. has been I Sue Gray, Henderson, who visiting ner parents nt ucntcrtotvti, the past two weeks. Mrs Gray went to Henderson Saturday night. Mrs. Annie Jngoctnml little daughter nnd Miss Mittic Moorman, Sacramento, were the guest of Miss I.illie Barnard, n few days Inst week. Miss Oma Mnddox visited hei pats cuts Saturday nnd Sunday, accompanied by Miss Tichenor. Centertown. Rev. J. C. Brandon was the guest ol 1 B. Taylor Saturday night. Mr. Henry Minton, Panther, Daviess county, is the guest ot his par- Gonoral Directory. feSAmKSBSclSw STATU Louisville, St. LouIb & Texas Wcstboumrtrnlnrf No 43. ! I Railway Company. Bait bound trains, . . Ol'I'lCtAtS. No 11 .11 . ThtM trains ran dally. I I STATIONS . Governor Wllllnm Lieut. Governor V. 0. Hrmlloy. J. Worth-iiigto- 6 ,v Ji in 7 is 6 45 8 no 8 40 7 20 7 U S 5 7 3 ill i J.v. U Depot, LriMfKVtll Ken tuck v Stun Wnit r'nltit . . , . HuwnH . Koch . Ho 4 Ar. i 1 1 1 I 1 0,0 p 111 12 Vlllou.ii. isua 511 .IJ 05 45 A7 No. 44. 8 05 p in 7 5" 7 10 707 A . Sccrcturyof State Charles Finloy. Attorney General W. S. Tnylor. uilitor Snmiicl H. Stone. Tri'iiMtrcT Geo. W. Long. (Jmnnii-sioiic- r oi Agriculture, IIor ticuHuro nnd Statistics Lucas Moore. 7.18 7 IS 7 55 858 04 for Infants and Children. ft j8 .17 1.1 i J it y 47 9 14 n i "5 I,nnr nrmrh llrnndenrmrir . Hkron I.i'n . 49 53 I I 2n fi . . . . I . . I Irvitijtlnn II . . . . . . . 09 (Hi Superintendent Public Instruction Geo. M. Diiviion. Register Land Ofiice (Jlins. 0. Reynold. IiiMirnnco Bureau Commi&ioiier-- D. W. Comliigore. Adjutant General 1). It. Collier. Stato Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown D..y. KAtMtOAD COMMIgx'O.NI'liS. Here is anotlicr case showing thnt d there are few remedies whicli cure blood discuo. Eczema is one of the most obstinate blood troubles. S. S. S. wines out completely this disease, as woll an all other evidences of impure blood whether obstinate or mild. ' There are few men better known all over DcKalb county than Jlr. 12. D. Jenkins who resides at Lithoula Georgia. He is the owner of a quarry ot the celebrated I.ithouia granite, which is o extensively used in several States, and is acknowledged to have no superior as a paving stone. His family has lived in DcKnlb for forty ents. years and everybody knows them. Owing to the Esq. Wcodwnrd ntten-din- g "Ever since she was a year old," he said, in n recent interview, "my Circuit Court the Magisterial daughter, Ida, has suffered from and I have never hcird of a worse Court was postponed until June. case of this dreadful disease. I'or thir- Miss R.tchnel Addington will go to Centertown as milliner tin's spring. Mr. T. R. Barnard has returned s from the city with a nice stock ol a, new-good- Jnn C. Wood, chairman; J. 1 Denipjey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F. Drown. C0K(1HE!M0.VAL. Hon. William C. LindSenators say, Hon. J. C. S. Dlackburn. Reprcsentntivo Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. HTATn I.KOISLATUISti. Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Burnett. -- OHIO COUNTY. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge v7 ifj WW: . rrr,i 2P7Jf . fc: I MP i.OT a Mr. Henry Ball has bought and moved to the property lormetly owned by Chas. Crawford. Mr. Crawford moved to the McCormick farm. The neighbors met and put up a house for the widow Kaught. Mr. A. C. Morninn did ship a cars, load of hogs irotn this place last week. Mrs Mary Taylor, near Rockport, is visiting friends and relatives in ctnctiiT cotmr. Rowe, million of pcron, pnrmlt in to upcqlc of it without i;iip1iiit. It In nnqnnnttnnanly the tout rcuioily for Iiifmitu nnd Children tho CTorld linn rvar linown. It 1 lin.nnloi. Children lllm It. It glrei tlitm health. It rrtll nam the!.' Hvn. In It Mntlirrn linvn tomothlng which it utnolutolr amc niii. rraotleatly yrrfoot n n. child' mciHolnc. Cnntorla doatrny Wormn. Cnitorla allarn Fovorlnlinom. Cantorla proventu vomltlnp; Sour Crinl. Cnitorta onroa Dlarrhma nnd Wlud Collo. Cnitorla rnllovoo Toothing Trimble Cantorla onro Constipation nnd Fl.ittilrncy. Catorfa iontrallto tho oUoct of oarpor.lo nnld ira or yoltnnnnn nlr. Caat orladoew not contain ntorpliiuo. ordnm. or otlior nnrootlo property. Cattorla ncloillfito tlio food, rrgulatoi lio Momarh ami Tinwol, giving haalthy nnd natural lecp. bottlon ontr. It 1 not cold in bulk. Cnitorla 1 pet np in nno-ir- n nny nun to unll yon nnvthliig 'lo on tho ploa or promlia Don't nllow that it I "jnt m Rood" nnd "will answer orcry purpoie." Goo that yon ret Tho facftliuilo T IIIRTY 7Mr oTnorvntlon of Castorla with tlm pntrnnngn of 8 8 8 y y J55 10 03 10 18 . 45 58 02 . . . , Webster I,od uurjr . . Sum pie . m i trjjt I 6 24 6 ifi fld3 J9 , 4 10 $7 Stephrnspmt Addlpon . 5 55 5 48 5 35 10 23 944 9 18 9 22 9 H 05 to s 10 38 10 42 10 53 11 05 13 r . , . . Holt . . Clovetport . lu lit 57 J Si ) 1013 531 5 29 5 7 Sliops . Skillmun Hnwcsvllle 9 53 9 58 10 08 o 5 il 11 18 11 28 , . . . . . 1'mIcoii . . , l'ctttt 0 4 0 3" 9 5 '4 S "3 4 4 4 4 53 40 4 3 916 V , l.ewid'itott . . 1025 "35 1145 t2 07 p 12 19 11 57 111 "7 H) . . WnitUMH . , . it 11 1 1 1038 1048 00 05 08 l'our . J . . . . I'hIcs ?5 4 25 410 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 111 . . 5 " 23 11 1 12 24 1 2 18 35 Ouensboto . . MMliiiKiy . . GriftUh . Rtnutry . . 8 37 S 15 37 05 55 44 ofl 7 SD 7 5 7 43 7 3f 7 20 n " i') 23 3B . it 1 1243 12 51 31 " 55 38 1258 ' 5pm . . . . . . . .... . WorthittKlou Ut'HltH 3o 5 SHiUsvil!e IliiHkctts . HeudciNPii . I.v. 2 55 pm EGGS AND POULTRY. Shljthcm to i( 1U1 nlftl to our liitrtml toirOfxi. Wc Wrnto m a position u luivt. ati thinjr io Mil. nvall il linmllc 'uverv tlilnc riuuM uii n farm fii inmmt- - i m an tmnuii-- e inMiuei tn I !i tnotc ucr than other ourfeir of our er(cc 'iiatiMi, house. Cortejxmleuce IiiviUil 1 ru. lurutil mniu I lut t i nn nmu it Owens bum. Hon. Oiven-bor- J. Edwin Attorney algnatnro of W. Dlack, Jailer -- Hnrtior.l. G. D. Likens, Clerk Hartford. D. D. Kingo, Master Commissioner J. V7 - inonevory xrrappor. HERNDON-CARTE- n CO. jncorp'd1, Tho Lcadlny Commfsslou Merchants, ii 313-01- 0 Murroll Court nnd 110 Thlnl Street, L0U1IWILLC, KY, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. E2!&3S32Q23&5ECZi; LJtJJSi'.ia wiuBsiaitii'itiiwi-- w G. D Likens, Trustee Hartford. Hnrtford. Jury Fund Hartford. Hartford this vicinity. Cal. P. Keowu, Sheriff Deputies Samuel Keowti IDA JENKINS. Pearl. The General ot the Army, the General commanding the U S. Corps of Engineers, Vice Pres. Webb of the New York Central, and John Jacob Astor, compose The Cosmopolitan Magazine's Board of Judges to decide the merits of r L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur I.ivr.u Flesh Surr it Ki tmiv. Aclte fc i'iiuonio Mai.akia. Bilf. comimi MkMO.IV CLOl'Dhl) & 1 ".DISTINCT N'EltVOl'3llEAlACIIKS. L'f IN SIOfTH Octave Thanet appears in the April Springs. WlMI . Piles, mr Clt.ino Constii-atioJ'noni tNi it. KuiNtv number Harper's Magazine as the auMr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Colic. -- Fl'llne3 or Blood i.vIIeu. or Hanih. Aums & Feet. Bklcii- thor of a strong story of Western life Keeper, Hartford. IlLOATIXO OF STOMAPII AFTLISFOOI) H T.VKtN'. 'NO UPti.VS. lUUEOI Hit AlTE-."ITIlEMITIiriSN'. DlM.VESS OF YlSION'. DiZZIN'F.nS ITON' Sl'DDENLY (lETTINO JUSTICES' C0UKT3. called "The Missionary Sherifl" for DlSI'ONDENCY OF FoitDsviLLn. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's v'r. SUIFOCATISO Sl.N'SATION'3 Yeutioo. Yellow PlIKON'ANT WOMEN'. NAUSEA which A. B. Prost has furnished apKatin-o-. JEFoun ou Jaindice. DEFiciF.scr - or Ferry, March 21, Juno 20 I'eiispiiutiov After FtM.tLE Complaints. Bad Cold propriate illustrations. A Backaches so Common- to September 19, December l.il Appetite Pains & Aches iji Joints Motiilih. Flatcixncv. Loss of sheriff, a sick and Bukoiid. Ben F. Graves March "hilly Fefunos Down the Back. Limbs Fkf.l too Heavy. Ckamp Colic prisoner, and the sick prisoner's aged 26, June 2o, September 24, Decem!;:s I).r i IIt:.sii Biiui s I'evees 1'ai m.ns. Weakness. Thinni-sJetestatiov 01 Food - S. put v Flushes orllLtT Gineuai. Deihlitv mother are the characters in this tale, ber 24. DiaPiflMt Ni :voia Depuessiov of t'iiiLinir.N n which is one of the author's best" Hartford. A S. Aull March 5, '.VOMEN I'SI'LLASANl' :l AMS. Sl'ITTISfi L'P OF Fool) AFTEIl EaTINO Tim June 4, September .'J, December 3. Ill Kr.liOVlNO TIIK C'.MsE fiVAIVlV. Sl'NS.tTIONS IN STOMMfrrnry .Vile. ACH Pl'JUSi s ii I)IIK KlNOS I'sDEIt THE F.l LS That Ui.srLi.ss "OlTOF Woodward-Ma- rch Rosink. C. L. A new romance by Anthony Hope 13, June 12, September 11, soirrs." "or Sick ami Not Well Feklisc, so Common- with People. It Biilih i - Wr tic & Dfiiili tati n SIotiifus ami Fathers A: Pale and begins in the April McClure's. It is December 11. F.SFEEIII.Ell ClItLDIil N. IU Pl.lin CTLY ItF'll LtTI-(- J T1IF A HON OK THE KlDNTVS, a tale of novel and thrilling advenCnojiwELL. Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch I.IVLIt, STOMA! II i' Butt I.1 1 O THAT AI L FOOD TtKT S' JS N tTl'IIAI.I ASSIMILATED. ture, like the " Prisoner of Zenda," 7, June 7, September 5, De0. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Props., ST. LOUIS. MO. and is said to be even more engaging cember 3. than that, in both character nnd inciThe theory in the treatment ot dent. Bread is the Staff of Life: The April McClure's will contain courIis, lung nnd bronchial nflectiom has been advanced by the manufacture.' IN EVERY CAN OF BALLARD'S OBELISK what is about the first really authori- of Dr. Bell's I'ine Tar Honey. It is n BAKING POWDER WILL EE FOUND A tative and direct account yet given of truly a wonderlul remedy. All deal COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS Ptofessor Rontgen in his discovery of ers sell it on a positive Riiarantee AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Hro . the, cathode rays. Immediately on & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY the announcement of the discovery, druggist, and Renfrow Bros , NarWILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUrows, Ky. the editors of the magazine cabled TIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE Mr. H. J. W. Dim, of London.to 4'liinlilni; Itnti-M- . TO BE SECN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. We will send This Rn 1'um.iCANancl hasten to Wurzburg, nnd talk with For sale by L B. Stevens, Hartford, Ky. Professor Rontgen in his laboratory, either of the following named papers for one year for the amount opposite and learn all there was to be learned All Klmlx r I'rliillnx. i'Nf'TSSNCrvs'CKSvrjys'i Look over the list nnd of the new marvel in photography. each name. Remember tve can do all kinds of see what you need and give us a call; The paper will be illustrated with TABLETS printing in the neatest and best or. $3.25 a portrait of 'Prolessor Rontgen and Daily and Sun Courier-Journa- l 81,0(1(1 in Vtlrei. der, and our prices are at the bottom. " without Sunday " 6 25 Use the letters contained in the numerous photographs by the new IBUG&EV2EH We want you to take Tun RniTni.t-ca- n y 1 75 text: "Monon Seeds Grow," and process. A supplementary article by and it you receive a sample copy . . . . : 75 form as many words asyoucan, using Cleveland Moffett will tell what has Weekly Courier-Journ- al it is an invitation for you to subletters either backward or forward, been done in America with the cath- Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 25 scribe. Kcpublicnu supremacy de CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.-N. Y. Tribune 1 25 ode rays. but don't use any letter in same word pends in a great men sure on the N.Y. World 1 65 A new ballad by Kipling. "Soldier more times thau it appears in "Monptess ot the country, nnd we ' A SURE and CERTAIN CUR: 7 Chicago Inter Ocean 1 40 I want to build up the party. s on Seed Grow." For example the an' Sailor Too." will appear in Mcknown for 10 yonrans tho Home & Farm 1 25 j BEST RErViEDY for PILES, f words: See, on, none, weeds, etc. Clure's Magazine lor April Q I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar HonWe would be glad to send you any HOI.ll 1SY Al.l. llltVOOIHTN, The person forminthegteatest uum-be- r The Lincln paper in McClure's for c:.. sr.Muw. of the above named papers. This ey for sale at the Stote ol Slessrs. ot words, using the letters in the April will describe Lincoln's first deBurnett & Go's, Grantsbtirg, text, will receive One Hundred Dol- bate with Douglas offer is good for new subscribers nnd Gann, meeting many 111., and commendations e twenty j ears lars in cash. For tho next largest ones who pay one j ear in advance Irom different persons of its wonderthe tamous debate of 1858 with old list we will give $ys in cash, for the ful merits, I thought I would try n THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE from nn nlino-- t unknown next $25 cash, nnd for each of the pass-igeOood Old Granny Sletcalf, S6 years bottle I have been seriously efiected speech of I.incln'.sin reply to Douglas tor 25 years witli u rough nnd pains next ten largest lists we will give 510 Write to T. S. Jcincev, old, livinjj at 618 Slonroe street, X&. Drawer ISO, Chicago, Secrein gold. If you are good nt word Itwillnlsocontai.u the true storyof Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine in my side and bttnst that tvete c ins. tary of the Star Accide.it lite. I sf ent hut making you can secure n valuable of Lincoln's courtship nnd mairiage, Tar Honey is the best grip cure ing me n Compa.iv, for Information cough, lung and bronchial remedy dredsof dollnrs with doctors mid lot regarding Accident Insurptiz?, as The Monon Seed Co. intend clearing away ton vcr a mass of scanthat has been o (Tercel to the people medicines hut everything tailed untl ance. Mention this paper. has during her lite Guaranteed by Z I tiled this wondirlul leintdy. giving many hundred special prizes dal and falmhood that Ii My to dolus " on "ate piled up regarding these incidents in Wnyue Griffin & Bro., druggist, nnd beats the world nnd saved my hie to persons sending them lists conmembership fee. lias iald 01 cr JiW,MJ0U for recommend Dr Hell's Pine Tnr Hone Lincoln's life Portr-.it- s cdJcutol Injuries, of Linroln Renfioiv Bros , Norrows, Ky. taining over twenty-fivwords. It to everybody with ttetik lungs. Bo your own Agent. Write your name on list ol words nnd Mrs Lincoln nnd numerous otha great success. J I) Kosfci.i,, er pictures will accompany the pip-- r Drop in nt Tin office Slay HO JJKDICAI, EXAMINATION Ki:QUIIllI (numueted) and enclose the same (jranUhtirg III 20,1805 nnd getnn identification c.ird. You An autobiographical by postpaid with 12 two cent stamps tor Por sale by V. WnjiicGri flint Hro s, druggist, and Reulroiv Bios , Stuart I'lielns in McClure's lor ought to have one. a combination package of Monon Ky. Seeds that grow, which includes 12 April, will revive the tragic history packets of the latest and most popul ir ol the burning ol the I'einberton Mills 15 15. Sutherland Sled. Co : U m, I CC. J. IV. OlVf.S. I write this letter because GliNT.s: n casualty that Itirpislud the basis flowers of different varieties, also parofone o Miss Phelps's most effective I believe ou h.tve made n discovery ticulars nnd rules of distribution ol IF YOU WANT THE BEST PftlC in n rough, cold,thrnat.uud lung reinprizes, This word contest will be stories; and will hIwi tell how. moved ed lliut the people ought to have. I for your TOBACCO, Ship to JCavraH, and TrftdcMnrki obtained and all Vat-- ; by the mourning tint filled the land leler to Dr Hell's Pine Tar Honey. I cntLtiiinrssconducted for MooniATr rcrs. carelully nnd conscientiously conductPATCNTOrricii Office Off oaiTC iou wo can ci uro lutent inU, s. luuu inaa thoroughly tested it nnd know-itRICE & GIVENS, ed, nnd is solely for the purpose of at the close of the war, she wrote th.it have aiU lu iuc l ttTrtm ttum wonderlul It cures. merits. lofk "The Gates rriLKie, drawing or photo., with deicrlp-further introducing our seeds in new bead one who ever tueds a remedy ol Any We ad, p, H patfnoMo or not, frro oi i Jtlon, localities. Yon will receive the big- - Ajar " Our tea tint due till rutent I s it ur J, be TOBACCO never should this kind 5 A PMPMttT,VHpw toOI tain I'aunti'wlth In McClure's 10 April, without a bottle ot Dr gest value in flower seeds cvr ofW Bell's Pine crat ot une In the U, b and foreign tyuntue5 Ji'hhv SLPoRTBU, ed, and besides if you nre able to the lives and piintings of ' the men Tar Honey. WAREHOUSE, f tent free uurcu, Glass and Queensware, make a good list of words nnd answer ol 1830," sometimes known ns the P.uluchah, Ky. Opf. Patcht Office, Washington. D. C. "Bnrbi.on School," will be the sub- - Jan, 15. 1895. Z. Wayne GrifuuNMro , promptly vou will stand an txiual on 002 to 908 W. Main St. Por sale by vwwvww Low, druggist, nnd Renfrow Bros , Narpottunity to secure a valuable prize. iCQt ol n ,aPer ' Mr' Louisvillo, Ky. with linK ropro'Iuclions of rows, Ky, We intend snendinL' a larLTe amount l"mteI of money in the distribution of piles ' the more "ol!hle ol the p du tinSH, m vmorlcan Stonm LnundrV & nit Tnmon Jn this contest. We assure you thnt EL!W2Z?W.m elciitlumllr ri(i.ci.roN, Ky., "Huh In euro nil Slilii llli'iii'," treated and your trial order with us will be mokt Simply apply ".Swaync's Oint curod wltliout ttiu kiilfo. Alia brmfuU, Doi'H tin) lliifi'l t.orl; of any Brnlifyinj;. Write yournnnie pl.iinly ment. ' No interim! medicine and Kemalc Tlic reuir Iiomit and all forms of Hkln Dr Omllk-nliuimlrv in Koiilucliy. ' and send list hh early us possible. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, nl diseases surressfullytrnnUHl cd. O.hhIh ttoililKull 'l"''n"li;e,' has liroctlceil In Clnclnmitlovrr twenty live MXU 33 It Address, .Monuv Sniti) Co upturns on the face, & ,Uav Tears, and has bwnmoemlDenlly siuvsslul ei uro not torn up, but nm letiiiu Monon llld., Clucio, III, iug tho skju clear, white 111 d henlthy In thetroutmeiitaiuleurodf theso div-a-cd in 'nod conditiou. IU grent healing and curative potters Pamphlet sent froo in tvhlch tou will llnJ HABITS. nolpliborhocl 15. W. Bahy, n r HIT NlUPLr ToerATMPWT. prominent lawyer uie possessed by no other remedy, norsons in your own West hevenththat lit has cured. Ofllco US bt. Laundry Slnppod ou Men-da- y, !. a k.UIiii Pr Tn itrni, llml of Paducih, Ky sy.s that Dr. Bell's Ask your druggist lor Sww.vis's Addross Dr. L. n. OHATIONY, narmlest and ccttiln cure tor titer rotuvnod cu Friday. Pine Tar Ilonuy ctited his children of Ointjiicnt Optutn and Morphine Hatha, weviltL34 lyr. Box 608 Cincinnati, Ohio. whooplni: coujjlt when nil thin-iirnu n irre mm inn r irve ai else rtiiivu your work lor rue. nordeanettjeajrouch latled. It'n a new remedy forcoiihs. I'or Mill. wwimitq, VDrrcsnrnnarnrer'iniiuru MAKVIN UjtANDON, Hah Ari,ifnnni ttnukinriKic en.. (lUaranttw by nil dealers, i'or s.ile One scholutship lu the Lexington Children Cry Tor S. V. Cor. kace A I'ifth, Cincinnati, O.ftfi t by 7. Wayne Grtfliu ft Urn., Business College. Call nt this office Agt. IlAIlTFOltlJ, KV. s for particulars. It will pay you. tf Pltchor-and Kenlrow Bros,, Narrows! Ky, v Dii-Asrihard-heade- d solt-headi Ovku-wouk-V deep-seate- d teen years she has been badly broken out all over her body, causing her untold suffering, and frequently rendering her unable to attend school. Her arms and limbs would crack open and bleed, then dry up and scale off by the handful, and at one time nu awful sore appeared on her ear, which became severely inflamed and almost dropped off. The disease also broke out on her head and her hair wa9 a continuous mass of scales. Her condition was truly pitiable. "Of course we have done all we could to relieve her, and hae given her almost every known treatment. She has taken potash mixtures and various salves and external applications by the wholesale, and almost every blood remedy, all without the slightest benefit, and year by year we could not feel the slightest encouragement that she would ever be well. I was advised several rimes to send her to Hot Springs, and also to a celebrated spring in Michigan, and was told that this was the only chance on earth of her ever beimr cured. as the disease was too aggravated to be checked by medicines. "A few months ago, someone recommended S. S. S., and as soon as her system had taken on the effects of this medicine, an improvement was noticed. She grew better all the while and continued to improve in every way We were delighted to see her so much better and for the first time felt tint she would get well. The medicine was continued a while longer, and now she is cured sound and well, her skin is clear and pirre, and she has been saved from what threatened to blight her life forever. The cure is all the more remAk-abl- e because she inherited the disease, which has been in our family for several generations, and I am happy to find in S. S. S. a cure for a distas which all the specialists in the world fail to cure. I consider S. S. S. n most w onder-fu- l remedy, and it certainly has no equal for blood diseases which all other remedies do not seem to touch." This experience islikethatof all others who seek relief from the many blood purifiers, only to be discouraged. It is but folly to expect a cure from this dreadful disease by the use of suites, lotions, or any external application. The disease is in the blood, and only a blood remedy cau eliminate it. S. S. S. is a real blood remedy, guaranteed purely vegetable, and for real d blood diseases, has no equal. It cures permanently Scrofula, Tetter, Rheumatism, and all of the manv blood uiwai, ji nas maue some truly remarkable cures of Cancer, full accounts of which can be had on application; our valuable books on blood and skin diseases will also be sent free to any address. Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. deep-seate- the Horseless Carriages ' which will be entered in the May trials, tor which The Cosmopolitan offers $3,000 in prizes. This commit' tee Is undoubtedly the most disting- uished that his ever consented to act upon the occasion of the trial of a new and useful invention. The interest which these gentlemen have shown in accepting places upon the Committee is indicative ol the importance of the subject, and that the contest itself will be watched with mark- ed interest on both sides of the Atlan tic. j :i letter covrr'i.ii tin l!" 1'iKsr.-Xa- tt Cromwell. Imiv Iupjuii imrc i n. cr v.el. or -- old Pr M A I.iver Mivl.i inu " Court convenes first Monday in SrcoM) Mate diseases you liavo k'uivn ii to ture and give the ii:..ics of March and August and continues three thojoeuied bv it weeks, ami third Monday in May and TiiiKti. tiiro your opinion a to tho dilTrronoe ltetvr eon Its strength and November two weeks. action, and the lrcii;tliaiid aelion if tho I.iut HccuLitnr" made by J II Zi liili J: I'" , and til" "llhu-made by (. huiuncuga Mwllelno Co. bulli nf COUNTY COl'KT. m M tudi'alen nliior 7 eciits net, and should tet.-u- l nt kt , John P. Morton, Judge Hnrttord. not nvir 10 or 12 ceut-i- it nronot imKiod upon, while our UiiL'iiuil D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlord. catinot bo old at lo tlun 5!."i cents ikt packaee, ns wo !i.o tcxi mniTi E, P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. for human life to usoclicip dine in tiny if our medicines. The ica-U plain; Zeiliu iVl'o. uud the M jir.ipi ictonn.f 15 -. !. Pr.iuirht" were btheiijiiiH'd Court convenes lirst .Monday '.inatleceivrnji I'.o pT.ilie by umh; thowonUt each month. our trade name; theie-- f no, lookout tlrUTnmoilpilor (not knowing you aru pnttnl) don't "" "11111 (JUAKTEKLY COURT. cheap pmk.igu . lidO or 100 percent., instead of our (ienmiui ,:l)r. SI A. Begins on the third Monday 111 Mnimonsl.iier Sba piolit of bo suro to iH!cify, and take 1.0 other, ns ilnlnc" whiih jou January, April, July and October, No like it. there is tint'nn Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Dishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, $1.00 FOE imp.- PEOTOGffiAPH. Writrt ' n V Mm-raon fOlfliiJ mE W 5b H 4T!v irarn rrc tSi H7, S3 3MS I! ffl ISnn? IT 1 An glegani -C- iwiv WW && 4 ff If ait. ili lDphos;ered. , Kruriw-. r i : 'or uhk-lih:i- -- p'u-l.e- . o.m-uim'- Somebody will in ignifi.t nt )rcint FRI.K .uid cverbody or nvir tvi'l h itc .tch.incv to get it, the who tn.ikcs n ptiu-hnsid drawin' to tie held J.ipu iry 1, i .'. Ivfi re coiiiiiiiltte ol Owens (it ? ns .it tin boro's tin-, c ; rcprc-cntntiv- LOUISVILLE '" When A ;t FDU H eomes ftciiniiare to COUIJT 01' CLAIMS. Springs. N. C. Daniel. Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. Convenes first Monday in Jnnuory, nnd Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. oTiinn county orriCEia. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur t'lCKlIl H HE. l'ALI'lTVTIOV UP TIIK IIf.AKT. lJiMIW iltltlTAUI!.!- .r. Inu: ji 'TnN. t'oi.ii Flit- - TNLAiKirMiNr or I.ilk SIV. f.v. Si.kci- & M'l.i 11, LLNF.4S. LiiW Sl'IUlT. t 111:. Hf.AVINISi lil.NLIitL Llsi.i tLE3. rwi.n Fkelimj hoi icStomaui HvdTa-t- k it Moi-tii.Constipatlii BowoKINlV '.L1 YCLIOtV lilLIUI iM:. I.OS OF STItK.SOTIl it l'l.F!!. el CoATEiiTosot f - Pains in Side V i'migksudi iiei:Blaui.s. l'ori. Biifhii. - , On ic ipt of your litter enclosing wo will mall you fieo of "hnref, a $1 0 piekiye Liter Slcdii-lue- . oroniei.- ip. of letter without photograph, w v 111 m mi a ?o cent package, IITP. S'O the r.i.'m ul, can d by iudipoMtlnn--- . of the Kidney. Liver. Stomach, nnd "or.vls, tthMilli'. 51. A Mininons Liter51e)!cine lins Intariably cureil sineo 1.S0. ihoto.-"-ap,iv 111 eompltte line of Heb Room, Kitclun, Parlor. Office. Dinin)- - Room We can .ell lerr. and School Fin nitun. with Prices lower ti'triitrr you a btd room sit tor $10 50. or n sukboard lor ihe name price, which will These, however, arc just make j oil ftel good every time oti look .it it. samples ol our uucqualed barg.nn.'.of whiih wc h ivc an immense house full The finest line of pallor suits, Moor and Swinpiug Rackets, Dcuks and 1 we are in the Lead GLIM.MtlllMI llLIOIICTIIF. V. P.S. Wl.K.IIT IV .Srn IA II AUKIl K.tTINO TOKPII) Book cases over 111 On nsboro PAIR and IIONi:sr The VICRY I.OW1JST Prms. 1 COURTIWS and I.IHKRAL Petling. STYLISH and Well-SIad- TRHAT-MKN- T. e Goods. IXJUISVILliI' KL'RN'ITURE HOUSE, 15. S. "tVOI.FU 12 W. Main, She fJame oi Otvenslmro. the fJext PRESIDENT ouclMTES Will be AutioiitiiCil 111 .K t" Of Wovombor-l- , 1806. mid the diMippinttnent of the 1'iiblie interest ttill 'tiudily inerea-e- , men who-- e votes turned the wales at the In- election, with the results under they elicti d, will innlic the campaign tho w ex tensely the iKliniiiis-traliiiexciting 111 the liistnrv ol the cnuntrv T T l 1 1. 1 ffliLi T -t fiilii, n THE N.Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, fumilj- - i'etpaperol ihe United Stated, will publish to every American citizen nil the political noits ol theilny, iiitertstiu-ot party nlliliutiomi. Also general neita in ntlrnctive form, foreign correspondence covering tho neits ot tho world, nn agricultural department teroiid to iinno in the country, murkct rcjnirts tthich are recicnied uutliority, fneciunting short Kit titKiif tHIV nn tit nf HIM Ii ti tn m t tit u iinttitra inrnnn aLivina nrtimitiit a in nnili 1lllIt. !' . OI'JllVOl Ul'IHIf'VIWIII tttV.il lllllll "I ttiu nillllllt'lllH l'MI'UII and domestic, with their bent comic picture", tiirliiun plutoi nnd eliiboralodc- riptinus ot ttoinen' attire, with 11 vuried nud nttrnetivo I'.epiirtmcnt of '1...1.1 . . ...i. 1 uu uu uuiii lulling iiiiiuuu liiiseuoiu iiuere&i. ,u'i 111 iv w i.k 'i'.:i " :11 .... ..1...1 i.....:i pupcr, nun u circulation i.irgeriiinii iiiai 01 nny oilier uckiv jianiieaiiiiii 111 Largo cluingos uro being lliu country issued Irom the nflico of 11 dail). iniide in its ilttmli, tending to give it greater lilu and variety, nud especially more intercut to tho women nnd young jicoplo ot tho household. 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