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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896040301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. M!: Voa can Cure Your Bsbjr of all Troubles arising from Teeth la(r,llsordtrcd3lomacli or Dowel Trsublts quickly, by giving OWENS PINK MIXTURE. frt. ClomntM t frt from til f itim or Wlrr litiuui drug AnU d ! for lu yetrie Ion ttmolr Mrif M eireuUri LGottha Qnutne. Sold bjr ttl DeaUruf Tie Hartdrd Republican, ' OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY BflMrsiWwtffiB? V& wKu3 r'HjJsssflsMirrw'Wwi b iBBMCd bWJTMMon"PEi1 bbbbbbPJHL imftEGULATORB THE DEST !i! THE FOURTH CONQRESSIOAL DISTRICT, 25c. and 50c. bottles. .r.W. FLOYD 4. CO.,. VOL. fTor VIII. -s- aaassaaa, HARTFOllD, KY., FIIIDAY,APIIIL SPECIAL ELECTION. CommonwoaUh of Kontucky 3, 1896. Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 36. Latest U. S. Gov't Report SPRING MEDICINE Is SIAtMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brines on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other anJ ills which shatter the constitution Don't forget the word 'reck health. REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS LlVhlt RLGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other remedies. And, besides this, SlMMONi LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept in good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood Try it and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED Z the difference. on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and there is no other pearly TSLJU J 3E3C.-VDE3 u CEUTTJIir WiHICLlS 0 3E3CH321.ZD) TE3CES XjELAJD. CO pfw LLC r-r-jL- ID) 4 M 0 "' - u u 0 3 ' ' loo JPojr Cent, tli 0 - X3Cixxc3.soixxeis't. WHITE FOR CdTALOGVE.- Sold bv authorized deal ers or direct from tiik Sitrttui'i' 01 Oiti j Coiwrv. ynRttBVJ, A vtetnej' een..s th j office of Senator in the G'licrtl i scinbly ol the Coinmn wealth ol Kentucky from the Kcvrntli District composed of the counties of Ohio, Muhlenberg and Hntler. Stid vacancy ocjurrinu while the General Assembly was in session. Now, therefore, I, W, . Worthing-ton- , Lieutenant Givernorand Kx o President of the Senate of Kentucky, do issue this, my writ of election and command thatyou cause polls to be opened at the several voting places in your said county of Ohio, (as n part of the 7th Senatorial District) and n special election to be held in the said county, ns required by the Statute In such cases provided, on Tuesday, April 21st, i8g6,for the purpose of fleeting a suitable and eligible persnn as Senator in the General Assembly of Kentucky from the said Seventh Senatoriil District, to fill the aforesaid vacancy in said office, and you are further commanded to cause notice to be given as provided by law. Given under my hand this 24th day of March, 1896. W. J. WORTHISOTON, Lieutenant Governor and Ex.officio President of the Senate of Kentucky. To ofi-ci- &SZ&S3 'llio .Modern MetliinN ABSOLUTELY ENURE lln Vloi-lil- . Powder Baking Itnlltlliijr nml I.01111. How about your condition? Don't The eleventh match game of the you wan'ttoinako a good investment? Basken Ball League of the Young Well, you ought to cany some Build Men's Christian Association was ing and Loan stock. It don't cost you played in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium much. See illustration; Friday night. The match way beILLUSTRATION tween the Blue and the Orange teams, Showing cost on 10 shares of class and with Prof If. Swanson as referee A, Stock, carried as an investment, aud Messrs. Locke aud Gordon as in seven years, the estimated time of ns umpires, the teams lined up as folmaturity; lows; Membership fee,$t per share $ 10.00 Blue. Orange. Monthly dues, 84 vuos. at $6 Tchradel, Capt. . . Center . . McGill per month 504 00 Young . . . R Fwd. . . Dunn, Capt. Ynllnier . . . L. Fwd Kranz Total amount paid $514,00 Forman . . . R. Back . . . Bowher Cash value at maturity . . $1,000.00 Beavers . . . L. Back . . . Converse The Blues won the game at a score Net profit on investment . . $486.00 of 12 to o. The funds of the Associotion will The clubs as they now stand arc in be loaned to the See the followiug order. illustrations below, showing the cost 'Von Lost. of a loan of $1,000.00 on ten shares of 1 Blue 5 class A stock estimating maturity at Red 3 3 7 years: stock-holders. for omrrllnr like SIMMONS LIVER Klngof Liver Remedies. Be sure you get It. J. II. Zclllit & Co., l'hllmlclplitn, Vn Liver remedy REGULATOR-t- he PROFESSIONAL CARD. OWENSBORO KY. Will practice his profession in Davices and adjoining counties. Special atOffice, tention given to collections. Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, LAVv'YERS, (Office, over Anderson's Jna.N.UIenii, JT.N.ll. MeililliiK. GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Bazaar.) Oiangc 2 3 1 Black 4 The Red and Clack teams will play THEGE8.DELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, Hnderson,Ky I I Pursuant to command in the foregoing writ for a Special Election, notice is hereby given that I will cause a poll to be opened and an election to be held in each of the voting precincts in Ohio county on Tuesday, April 21st, 1896, for the purpose aforementioned, in said writ. Given under my hand this 27th day C. P. Know.v, of Match, 1896. 'sheriff Ohio Co. Feel Boa.aa.R.i.sBDBeisiaaa CT Sill JONES. :Today? Brown's I Iron Badly Bro. Jones Gives His Opinion of Politics. ' We ask this repeatedly, because JJ 3 serious diseases often follow trilling to ailments. ? Tho Cry of Class Legislation is an Arrant Humbug. If jou nre wrak q ami ntntrally a tuusictl, nenoui, have n' uppetlic m iiii;i)irri.iti:N'i;isi runxKKii.N ami can't work, m trs from hcijin at once tak m intethemest rella Me itmiKthetiitie met! cine, which is Ji..m Irui. Lit I Bitters 3 Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Joie. Hcnrfitcomft the very Grit Populist? Do you take me for n fool? I was You Democrats Troubles, a e a gentleman. needn't laugh; sa You Republicans b Constipation, Impure Blood, Nervous ailments J Malaria, needn't ciggle; I never was low Women's complaints, enough to belong to your gang. The J Get only the genuine It ht crossed red J lines on the wrapper 2 last Democratic congress couldn't J BROWN CHEMICAL CO. DA! 'IMORE, MO. S pass nnythiiig; not even a saloon. scB9Dosoc2ozoooaaiiesz i The Republicans had charge of the We will lurnish jou the Daily nnd country thirty years and turned it out Sunday Courier Journ il ami Tin: RE- whisky soaked. ' Your old patties need a dose of "Rough on Rats." I PUBLICAN for one J ear for $S .25 am a l'ro hibitlonist. They are like llcnilnrlif mill Ai'imifri eurcil by l)i the fellow who had the calf by the MI1.K.V l'AIN l'll.LS. 'tliiui'tiiliiilii t." tait can't stop him, but may hold back a little I don't believe God will " u u. tee. tun with the preacher who runs with , IF YOU WANT THC ErT the political gang, to lor your TOUACCO, I used to be a Jim Dandy Democrat, carried torches, burned my hands, & GIVENS. RICE went home drunk, and was a good Kidney and Liver 2 i IT CURES q n II I wanted to ruin n man I would 9 run him lor nwl ofllce and elect him. 3 n A man once asked nieif I wasn a ag Isiulno. Repbubllcan? No. Dem-rcra- t. ' i SI-.i- .j TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 902 to 90S "W. Stain Sfc. Louisville, Ky. .one. mmm THE QUICKEST LINE v BCTWCCN JOISlflLlEpElllPBIS Direct Connections Tor CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. Direct Connections (or all Points In I Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Mexico, Texas, and California. FAST TIMB LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write for Information to the nearest agent ol the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern U. U. JOHN ECHOLS, S. 0, HA TCH, Gcu'l Maugr, Cen'l l.iss. Aft. LOUISVILLE. KY. OST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY. V 2 WilHiYN WHITE'S CREAM FOR Has led nil WORM Romedlos. BOTTLE I V 2VERM1FUGEZ Z 20 YEARS 9 EVERY Y ft . GUARANTEED.? 91 MULUHYAI.T, UKUOOISTS. frtpirfd bf J aiciuiDiomtimisaio., T. ions. Political orators tell how all men ate created equal. God didn't create them equal anv more than He did horses, and if you think lie created horses equal, just hitch up the old nag, Hud, aud trot him a heat against Nincy Hanks. They say the poor nre growing poorer and the rich richer its half He and halt truth, and half truth is liken half brick only good to knock a fool down with. There is no such thing as class legiss latiou. Show me one clause of it and j ou may use my head :or a football. Populist are the most down trodden The weeds get people in the world his crops, the butrds get his horses and the sherifl gets lilm. I know n lawyer that makes $ 50,000 a year, and here's a little pettifogger that enn'tapny his board. Here's a doctor that lias n princely income; thetc's n little quack that don't earn Children Cry for his salt. Here's a girl with twenty one who never had a beaux; thete.s The fellow. Is it a class legislation? trouble is in your noggin, fiud. Did XlHtl la All. you ever have it examined? AU a fellow has to do to run a a crowd on earth I am It there is newspaper, says the (Sutnmer (Mo.) Star, is to be able to write a poem, WASTED TO A BKELETOH. discuss the tariff, umpire a baseball ."prlno Vollew, rtotfctanJ Co.. NT. Dn. It. V. I'lERCOl Sir For three years I had game, report a wedding, saw wood, unercHi irom mm ur. rlble disease, consump-Uobeat a lawyer, describe a fire so that and heart disease, llcfore taking Doctor the readers will shed their wraps, l'lerce'i U olden Medical Discovery 1 bail wasted make a dollar do the work of two, away to a skeleton I could not sleep nor rest, shine at a soiree, address a horticuland many Union wished to die to bo out of ray tural society, measure calico, abuse misery. Step by step. the signs and rcallttn ot the liquor habit, test whisky, subreturning health tjradUt ally but surely (level. scribe to chnrity, go without meals, oK-'themsflve while attack free silver, defend bimetal is in, taklnir the " Discovery." Iful.v tin tho mmM sneer at snobby, wear diamonds, inIsiao K. Downs, Esq. lt oi'o hundred nod vent advertisements, overlook scanand am well and strong-- . dal, praise babies, delight pumpkin to the PIERuEantees'aGUnE. raisers, minister fight to afflicted, heal a finish, set the disgruntled, Tim '(lolden Medical Discovery " baa also type, mold opinion, sweep the ofllce, my daughter of a very bad ulcer located curt d on Ilia llliau. Alter irying- annuel evervthlnir speak at prayer meeting, and stand without BiK.ct'68, wo purchased three bottles ol in with everybody and everything, vour 'Discovery," which healed It up per. icctly, """"JSaTuTS. downs. etc, sorry for it's the preachers. I used to run a sawmill, and once a man asked for a job hauling logs. His team was composed of mules, a goat, a bee and a skunk a kicker, a butter and a stinker. Every preacher has a team of this kind in his church. He may succeed in getting his load to Heaven, but he will never get his team in. I like live people; the fellow that's got the go on him. The preacher should run a mile while the devil is putting on his boots. The Methodist brother preaches on infant baptism, while all the babes arc asleep; the Episcopal on apostolic succession, while the Baptists are hollering watof them nre going er and where there will not be a drop. If all the church members get to heaver you want to sleep with your breeches under your head. You old sinners back there needn't grin; they ate away ahead of you. A man came home once and heard his children quarreling. He asked them what they were fighting about, and they replied they were "just playing mamma and papa." Don't fuss with a woman; if you want a fuss go down town and run up against a man. There's a oumu back there nudging her old man. Some of you old fellows are glad your wives arn't here tonight. I don't like these butterfly girls. I have seen n woman of 60 doingall the work while her four daughters did nothing. They aren't worth killing. I love a fast horse, but Lord, give me a slow girl. I see statuaryaudliving pictures; they nre modeled after girls. They don't take men's picture like that and I am glad of it. How would I look with a decollette shirt and vest on. I couldn't talk religion to a girl in one of those costumes; I might talk politics to her. If you love your wife tell the old thing so. Put your arms around her and tell her Mie is the sweetest thing on earth. You may have to lie, but 'twill do her good. Au acquaintance of mine took a friend home to dinner. Afterward while he was commenting on his wife's looks, he told his friends her goodness was only skin deep. Why don't you skin het?" asked the friend. I have seen a lot of old sisters who could stand skinning. uine-telitlis New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe and ttied all the ph3'sicians for miles about, but of no avail aud was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store 1 sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a free trial at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. An exchauge informs its readers that Bill Nye once said in a lecture "A man may use a nart ou the back of his neck for a collar button; tide on the back coach ot a railroad train to save interest on his money till the conductor comes around; leave his "i" or "t" without a dot or cross to save ink; pasture his mother's grave to save corn; but a man of this kind is a gentleman and a scholar compared to a fellow who will take a newspaper two or three years, and then when asked to pay for it turn it back in the office and have it marked Ex. refused.' " s Be sure Jo get Simmons Liver Regulator for your Spnhg Medicine. Its the old reliable that did the old folks so much good. Don't let anyone pen suade you to take anything else instead. You can nlways tell Simmons Lier Regulator by the Red 7. on the Don't forgettbe word Regpackage. Friday night. The final exhibition of the Y. M.C. A. junior class will take place on April 25, butthe seniors will continue their work through the summer. The Y. M. C. A. baseball team has not yet been organized, and those who will play on the nine have not been chosen. The Y. M. C. A. club will not rent a ball park this season. The games, which will be a competition between the athletes of Ohio. Kentucky and Tenuessee, and the IHhcosci-3- Nmt'il 111 I.llc. Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, in which the Louisville Y. M. C. A. 111., says: "To Dr. King's will take place at Newport, Ky., on tri-St- ste Beav-ersvill- e, Will practice their profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Membership fee $1 per share $ 10.00 attention given collections. Alao Monthly dues $6 per month Notary Public for Ohio county. 84 months 504.00 Monthly interest at 6 per cent,$5 per month, 81 months . 405.00 Total cost ofrepaying loan $1,324.00 Deduct the amount of loan 1,000.00 , 7a:m.es -- A-. Smlttx, fiTTDH IY I - ulator Simmons Liver Regulator better than anything else, and sure to do you good. The superstition that an advertisement is a kind of charity to help the poor publisher along dies hard. Published have themselves to thank that it is not dead ns Pharaoh, When a man buys sugar and coffee, he must give a fair value for them, and he does it without a luurmer. Well, advertising space is n legitimate article of trade. If it is worth having, it is worth paying for. The very fact that authors of trade deals cudgel their brains for new schemes shows how much they feel the need of advertisI5x. ing. "A night and morning in ferufa-leis a poem of considerable length by Katrina Trask, the author of Under Ling Constnntine, published in Harper's Magazine for April, with illustrations by II, Siddons Mowbray. In view of the author's previous work thi3 fiue poem will awaken much inm" Pitcher's Castorla. terest. mill lia.1 110 hliow with Dr. n, 1 eighty-seve- rmi'r llertXeu iijirr Atltrrllllsiir. A London draper who thought him-sel- f very stuatt imagined that he had found a better way to advertise his goods than through the newspapers. He caused pcrsonnl telegrams to be send to about 3,000 ladies and delivered at nn early hour in the morning, calling attention to his goods. The next result was 3,000 ot the maddest a sinwomen that ever tongue-lashner, nnd the most penitent and crestfallen tradesman Hint ever ctiuged before an irate customer. He promptly paid for an advertisement in all the newspapers in the form of n humble apology to the ladies who had turn-ble- d out ol bed to read his telegraphic nd. The moral of this little incident stntf'i out like promontoiy. ed 11 11 Mill' I'aln '.'Ills. Interest on loan for 7 years . . $324.00 A net rate of less tthan 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 and give inquiring members all information obtainable. You can readily see from May 30. the above illustrations the benefits of A meeting for the purposeof organcarrying stock. ising a Y. M. C. A. bicycle team will Trusting to merit a share of your be held in the gymnasium Tuesday patronage, I remain, yours truly, night. Sam A. Anderson. How do those methods compott with the plan commanded by the Whenever a druggist tells you he meek and lowly Jesus who sain "go has somethingjustasgoodforcoughs, preach the Gospel to every creature." grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarHons ey don't you believe it, for we guar-- , J. S. C. ante that it is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all drugCure for Jlcmlaclie. gists to guarantee it. The K. E. As A remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to be Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. &Bro For sale byZ.Wayne Griffin the very best. It effects a permanent drug-gistnud Renfrow Bros. Narrows. cure and the most dreaded habitual Ky. sick headaches yield to its Influence. We urge all who are afflicted to proNotice. cure a bottle, and give this remedy a We w ant a good live correspondent fair trial. In case of habitual constU at every Postoffice in Ohio county. We want one who will get up the pation Electrte Bitters cures by giving the needed tone tothebowels, and news of his locality in good shape. few cases long resist the use ot this One who will attend to it. We will medicine. Try it once. Fifty cents furnish stationery, stamps, &c, and and 1. 00 nt Williams Sc Bell's Drug send a copy of the paper free. This will be good practice for some young Store. lady or gentleman and will greatly Host Hi (I run .Nncot l'em. assist The Republican. Send in Sweet peas should be sown very and get some paper, envelopes, early in the spring in April, if possi- stamps, &c., and begin the good ble. They should be kept moist and word in your locality. We waut to cool at the root. In order to secure put The Republican in evety house these results, sow in trenches, at least of Ohio county, and by getting every six inches deep, covering lightly at neighborhood represented it will first. Draw earth about the plants as greatly benefit the paper. Take it they reach up, until the ground is up aud see how it will benefit you. level again. April Ladies' Home Journal. Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and LaGrippe when Laxative Bromo .Vcinpiiiern tN.l'ONters. in one day. I struck an inland Indiana town re- Quinine will cure you ringing in the Does not produce the nocently, and about the first thing I head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put ticed was flaring posters announcing up in tablets convenient for taking. Guaranteed to cure, or money refundthe appearance of the second-rat- e For sale "star" at the local opera house that ed. Price, 25 Cents. Hartford; by Williams & Bell, evening. In the course of my busiK. V. Williams.Beaver Dam- ness I found myself in a drug store A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Brown & Chapman, Ccntettown; where the advance sale of seats was R. E. Her & Co., Rockpon. held , and after selling a bill of goods asked for ticket to the evening's per"Don't stop your paper because you formance, "Oh," said the young man behind sue going to engage in some buslntss. the counter, "those people ain't com- You will need the paper's support, perhaps. You may rest assured that ing. They busted last week." "Why don't you takedown or cover it will assist you all it can. up the posters then?" I nsked. SALESMEN ANTED "Oh, everybody knows they ain't to sell choice line of Nursery. coming. It was in the paper." laberal Salary or Conimicsion paid Sure enough. The management weekly. Permnnent and Paying potrusted ton half a dozen lines in the sitions to good men. Special induce Exclusive terri.incuts to beginners. local papers to counteract the influWrite at onco tory given it desired. ence of several stands ot red, black 35 4ni .for terms to and yellow posters. IIAWKR NURSERY CO,. And the papers did it. Probably I ItOCIIESTUK, N. Y, was the only person in town who had asked for a ticket after the newspaper Mr. Will Sklllmanhas had the sore annoucement. He has tried tuany eyes for years. Can you think of any better illusdoctors anil reme ties, ana lias always tration of the relative value of newsfailed to get reliet until we sold him paper advertising, and the other kind? a tube of Sutherland's Engle Eye Salve, which cured him inside of one Push. week. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey sells well and cures. Res'y, , IIAItTFOItl), KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Special attention given Appeals. Office east side of puHit collections. FL f square. M. L. Heavrin. Siieldy Taylor. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorney at Law. Beaveb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Hartfop.d, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commerci nl Hotel. E. R. WEDDING W. H. BARNES fATTORNEY B L4W "ITTILL practice his profeseion in all Yl the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Common cial Hotel. Hartford, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to al Col business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office with tho county Attorney. Also Notary Public a. zyc. B.:R:isrE,ii'i del 3F- County Attorney) - :rcr:E3.A.3ii, AUdrneycvtX&w, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney atKY. Iaw HARTFORD, SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, &c, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Ollico North side of public spure. JNO. E. WILSON, w "Will IlAUTfoiii), Ky. practice bis profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly atOffice with T. J. Smith tended to. & Co., Market Street. Attorney at aw R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, r.. Office 4. cimaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. 46Upp. First st. Every nmrwi net da Dr. Miles' Tain Tills. January M. 15, 1895. Meyer &Co., J, R. PSHTLE Buras, Ky. arrested fordrungcnne&s.andthe next morning the sick fund was paid into the city court as n fine. The. story The way of the has its own moral. man who tries to heat a newspaper is n hard one, and he is sure, some day, to land behind the bars. l"F, & l Journal . Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has One of our subscribers, about half more for me than, seas ovet, came lu the other day. He done a great deal can be told by pen. W.H.Skillman. received a notice from us that he had liuras, Ky, He owed this paper some money. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & had a little money, but he wanted to Uro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., use it to procure medicine for sickness Narrows, Ky, in his family, and this was all right Pllenl I'llenI llclllllir and proper. The same night he was Symptoms Moisture; Intense itch- file. ( ing and stlugtngiiuost at night;worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which olten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's Ointment stopstlieitcning nntLuieeu-- I ing, heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At drugDr. gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. (wayue& Son, Philadelphia, DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most Office over Williams Sc reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalised air or laughing air administered for painless extraction ot eeliv IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS Coin Monday. (( the County Convention A HAKDINSBURG. FowSuggostlons From Rob-I- n Hood-- - Porsonnls.&c. That you part with your money with some reluctance. After getting money the difficulty is to keep it. lisn't it true that ou arc constantly tempted to part with it. 11 you ask us if we are putting temptation in your way, there s nothing left for us but to own up, tint's just what we ate doing. You know it may easily be as foolish to keep money ns it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices .in an advertisement conveys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. now; the bill collector Tin: Easter bwiiet hni the call w ill later on. eirnest studious men, not dummies' ou the committee. The nation is witching Kentucky, give us true earnest pitHuM- men for Precinct Cotumittcmfii nnd ve till show t'icm where we ate nt next - Anlotily IVlotherS Fniifarel ffarnilcirell aT. lSlvi:n and Unrlior Conimitto lias recommended nu appropriation of $43,0U0tor the completion ul tlio work on Rough River. Cni:rriiiHii.!oliii V. Low is has been untiring in his efforts to pet the appropriation. Nothing flows so Ireely from the facile pen of some advertisers as falsehoods. It is just as easy to write a big He or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to 1" is no more labor than to "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is effective. In many deemed more instances the phrases "Marked Downl" "Reduced to," "Worth so and so." are meaningless expressions when "Sifted Down." Quoting an article as being reduced from a certain high price, to a specified low price is no evidence of worth unless there be intrinsic value in the article. Good quality and low price must be linked together in order to produce a bargain, It is an easy matterto mention prices, but a very difficult thing to describe qualities the latter must be seen to be correctly judged. If an advertiser could attach a sample of the goods advertised at a ceitain price to each copy of the newspaper in which his announcement is published they could see a t a glance how near the tiuth the description came, but as this is impossible, resort is had in many instances to the reckless use of superlative adjectives in describing qualities, styles and values that are proven to be ridiculously false when the goods are seen. When you want dry goods, notions, clothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, furnishing goods, groceries, trunks, valises, etc., see our goods before you spend your money. Yours for best values, J. B. Bir, Beaver Dam, Ky. Pr.RRY Westkrfield, Salesman. Tun Hartford goes into spasmodic fits this week in denouncing Dr. Coleman for expressing himself in regard to Go?. Dradlev'g action in calling out the militia, and leaves the impression that the Doctor is a Republican. Take it the way the Jlerald does a number of Democrats would be read out of that party. '1 he militia was not called nut from any political motive by the Governor, but wa pressed into service to pre serve the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth, the illy twaddle of the Jftrald to the contrary notwith11-ra- ld farmer of this county, recently dM at his home of pneumonia. Mr. R. A Shellman, his son, a prominent business man of Stephcnport, Ins qualified as administrator. Mr.Shcll-maleft an estate valued nt about twenty thousand dollars. He was the father ot Mr. Gus Shellman, our Republican j illor present popular Masonic Lodge No. 67,01 this place, will give a supper at their hall on May nth. The proceeds of the .upper will be used lor the benefit of the Lodge.1 All are cordially invited to IlARniN'.sntmo, April 1. Miss I.oh Kinkead, ot Elizabcth-tow- n, Is the guest of Mrs A. M. Kinchclnc Miss Jennie Waifield, ofClover-port- , is the guest of Misses Scott. Miss Allelic Murray, of Clovcrport, visited Mrs M. II. Beard this week. Hon Chas. Blanford has returned to his home at Bewlcyvlllc. Heiiscon siderably the worse for wear and needs rest. Mr. fames Shellman, n successful , ) I n Hartford Republican MAM A. ANDERSON Editor. Subscription, SI. 25 per year. Friday, April CLOfeiNci 3,1896 mills furnish the strongest argument as to the result of Demo- cratic tariff legislation. Remember your precinct tion meets should be instructed for W. Lewis for Congress. conven- Delegates Hon. John The meeting of the farmers Monday was very commendable and they should come to some agreement by which their condition could be bettered. Oh! yes, that Democratic tarifl ought to be loved, especially by the workers in the woolen mills which are either working on part time or alto-- i gether closed. that the only should not forget hope the Democrats have is based upon Republican mistakes they expect to be made at tho Republicans St. Louis convention. The house in which Andrew Jackson had his headquarters during the battlo of New Orleans was destroyed by fire recently. More sympathy for the dead Democoatic party. an idea that because tho Democrats are licked iu advanco this is a good year for Republicans to administer a few thumps to each other, it's a bad idea. So.me people seem to have The latest Democratic excuse for the unsatisfactory business conditition of tho couutry is to charge it to jinTho voters know who i3 regoism, sponsible, and they will make suro that punishment is meted out next N averaber. Some friend of Rreckiuridgo cast an uncalled for slur upon Kentucky by saying that the success of Urcck'nridgo as the defender of murderers had made his return to Congress certaiu. The demand for tho renewal cf tho reciproricy treaties made by tho late James G. Dluino ami wiped out by is growing legistion, Democratic stronger all tho time. They not only benefited us us mateaially, but they added to our National prestige. Ikai.v.si.Nu last week tho Louisville l'oit presented a pen picture of a Kentucky editor and has kept it up and will contiuuo until every editor iu The work has the State is included. attracted much attention ami is a coinniendablo feature in that enter-prisi- journal. Mn. Cleveland may bo willing to try to keep tho Democrats in tho Federal oflices by extending tho civil servico rules, hut it's big red apples to pebbles that ho wouldn't try to koop mora than threo or four of the Democratic members of tho Senate in ollico, if lie had the power to do so, H llent Cuutfti LUnttk nntnt All lisi J as. nrrup. j iiie uuw. u Nolil nr drufrtritti. I come. Murr.iv Post G. A R., of this conn- Ik the Hartford ffentll would open ty, will observe Decoration Day, which is May 30th The exercises will be its blinded eyes and look at the cred- held at Hardinsburg. Prominent articles appearing in The Rr speakers hne been or will be iuvitcJ its on Successjr to Martin & Smith. ri'iiucAS they would not make such to be present and a notable event is expected blunders in publishing pieces takeu There is no regular appointment WhypayOOloBOca roil lor lance whan you can make tho I The artie'e for preaching in this place oa the 5th from The Kepuuuco. 4 o'clock p. in 1. IMhc One True Ill.xi.1 lNirlflf r. Allitrupchti BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE ON EARTH referred to was taken from the Louis- buuday. Ui- -t Sunday however Rev. Mat or To Id, of Louisville, a few Prepari'il nnl) l) (' I IimhI A. Oi., I inill, Mass. Horao-lllRPis and Chicken TlBht, ville Sunday Star, a Democratic pa Eldred E Pate occupied his pulpit. chrotic klcket3 an disip-io- i tiled ofnrt'imri'l) both morning and evening, and deW 12 FOR ana nor can A ROD? S Fl NS liable and IwiwdcUt So. per, and along comes the JftraUl, the livered two interesting and edifying fice seekers most not all voters a man make .. Irom 40 to 00 rods o day. HK-- . V claiming to be Democrats nod their Hrown discourses. Louisville Tvnn and Over 50 stylos. 30 -- poge $ Hon. Cicero M. Burnet., ot Hartnewspipets are trying to make it apMr Charles Mattingly and niusuoioa uoiaiogue hree. nnd denounces The Hepi'Iimcan as n pear that Hm lleywill not get the enford, Ky., representative of Ohio Sheriff C. B Miller have recently Ornamental Fence. Wake up, gentlemen, look to made a real estate trade liar. llyouhavooLawnnothlnRln r "w Mr. Miller dorsement of oM Ktiinuck but daily county iu the Kentucky news sh.nvs they km v not'iing ibjut is in the city today. Xj menitierof the world would be a nutiatltute for ourtlne Ornomen- - II your arms, we stand ready to defend takes Mr. Mattingly's farm wnich lal Pence. Ueautllul. Durante, sirens, and Chain. it. McKinlev manners condemn tile Plain uotvanlted FENCE WIRE nolo to oil any thing that appeals in this paper. lies about two miles trom town on the action of Todd who has by ll wnoieaaia prices, circulars ona Hrico List ittenng the legislature made more reputation Mr. Mattingly has No doubt if Gov. Rrowu had had the Louisville road. KITSELMAN BROTHERS, Box 02, RldRovlllc. Indiana. letters to thousands of voters all over than Mr. liiruett, and Iih numerous taken possession of Mr.Mtller's prop-friends look lor ward to greater honmoral courage to act he would have erty here in town and will open up a the State trie I to belittle our honored Governor by having our voters to ig- ors jet awaiting Mr. Harnett. Sun done the same thing under the same meat shop. Our Fiscal Court will meet here nore the man we all love as a brother day's Owcnsboro Tribune. l'ir llrtit. I'ntrnliir. circumstances. and friend. We will not desert our Tuesday wtek. This county has gotThe store house belonging to Miss I will bent FuhkV: Holbrook's sta ten in a bad shape regarding our rail gallaud leader but will send a solid While in town Monday give The II I.. Ounthcr, known as the C. X. Me iu Hattford the fltst Monday iu The financial question has nothing road tax and unless we have careful detegatiou for him and thus rebuke office a call. Gunthcrhousc, oppositeCourt House. each month until May, also the first to do with that state of things, known management thematterwill get worse. the enemy. day of Circuit Coutt. I castrate stainias hard times, which hard times, the Tax payers are tired of being the Itrjitilitlrmi I'iiii .'ill loll. liir Sitlo. Nltl.l'lHI! MMtMIJS Tho Republican voters of Ohio The entire stock of groceries assign- ng and tie the artery wit'i Surgeons American people have now experienc- victims of defaulting sherifls and igno The nomination which I made for rant uiunty Judges, which we had t, which is absorbed in four ed for two years or more. Hard previous to our last county election County Judge (in your tssueof March county are called to meet nt their re- ed to me by W. H. Williams, will sell nt two privately to the highest aad best bidd'vs The only safe plan. Green Dow ell, of this county, has 3rd) t,eems to be such a happy hit spective voting precincts times were unheard of until our pro--J o'clock p. in, on Saturday, April 4, Kidgclings carefully operated 011. Snnuiv T.vi.ott. tective tariff system was struck down gotten himselt into trouble again. uud has met with so much approval and select delegates to tho County der. Some years ago he forged some checks with the misses of the Republican Terms reasonable and satisfactions Assignee. 35U by the Democratic party. Convention which is hereby called to That un on the Cincinnati Cooperage Co , party that I feel encouraged to .11 l T. Baknaki), guaranteed holy party seeing the havoc it had was tried, convicted and sentenced to a little farther. For Circuit meet at the Court Houre iu Hartford Heaver Dam. This testimonial is unsolicited and the penitentiary for a term of two Court Clerk I wish to name Samuel on Monday. April (i, 18l, nt 12:30 fwrought immediately began the of humanity. My apX)iut-in- g for the benefit years. Some time ago he broke into A. Anderson, of Hattford; for County o'clock, p. m., for purpo-eo- t inancial agitation for the sole purpose the Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. daughter has been subject to severe delegates to tho District Convenstore of Mr. Asia Hardin, over at Court Clerk I wish to name M. S Tin: Best Sai.vk iu the world for of diverting public attention from the Lodiburg. and fled the country. He Ragland, of Rosine; for Sheriff, Wood tion which hiHhccu called to meet nt colds nnd croup and otteu taken with violent coughing spells at night. Dr. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt real cause of business prostration. was recently captured and lodged iu Tinsley, Beda; nnd lor School Sup- HndginsvUlo on Tuesday April jail here where he is now awaiting erintendent Silas L Stevens of Crom- and to the State Convention which is Bell's 1'ine Tar Honey U the only Khcuin, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-I'e- d But the people can be deceived no his trial. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all preparation I have fouiiti that will rewell. Now I want to ask, how a called to meet nt Louisville on Wedlonger. They intend to return to the stronger ticket (so far as it goe) nesday, April IB. for the purpose of lieve her. I think it is ns necessary Skin Irruptions, and positively cures Your corresopndent had the pleasas a lilt- - preserver Files, or no pay required. It is guarprotective system us taught by Re- - ure of visiting the Breckinridge Nor- could be made in Ohio county ? And selecting delegates to thn National iu the house-holanteed to give perfect satisfaeuion or on nsUamboat. Kes'y. mal College last Friday. Upon invi- now sir if it were not for my extreme Convention Who among Repub-ica- u publicauism. tuotey luluudcd. at St. Lniiis Ac. Price 25 cents tier B. t(Ji'ssni.. Jan. lS,iSo5 tation of Prof. Cashman. he lectured modesty I would like to tell you what Ohio county is entiiltd 10 22 delelwx. FOR SAI.15 BY Williams & aspirants for President repre- to the Civil Goverment class on Deeds a hankering and what a hungering 202 W ilndge St , I,ouiSville, Ky. Bell. and votes both nnd tf For sale by '. Wayne Giiuin&Hro., sents best the Republican idea of a and Conveyances. The college is and thirsting I reel, experience and gates, Conventions,in said DistrictdeleState set of dtugu'ist, nnd Keutrow Itros., The people know. now in aflourishingcondition.and the endure for the office of Assessor of gates will no doubt be expected toat-te- nd protective tarifl? Ky. large increase in the number of stu- this my native county but modetv both rf nld Conventions. great forbids my sajing Gov. Bradley deserves the united dents this year is a matter ofCash-ma- matter at present I much about the In tho County Convention it is had like to "have n satisfaction to our people. Prof. and hearty support of all Kentucky torgotten to say that the Sulphur hereby ordered that each precinct who has charge of the Civil Springs is lor John Sam Wedding fnr shall be entitled to 1 delegate and is abright young teachRepublicans, not only because he carWhn Babjr wu lcV, wo htr Castorla. ried tho party banner to victory, but er and will make his mark in his pro- delegate to the St Louis Convention. one vote for ever 2.') and fiactiou over When fcko wu a CliIU, (ho crIM (or C&sterlA. We are for Bradley if it were possifession. The Literary Society con12 east fur Hon. W. O. Bradley for because he represents tho Kentucky nected with GROOM V.ltrn aIic IxHNuno M!s fcho clun to Cuitorfa. YOl'R HORSK WITH the school met last Fri- ble to nominate him for the Presiden- Oovernor a the November election Wlito the UaJ CJlJrvu tliiJKaiothemCiutorU. idea in National politics. Tne free day night and discussed the Separate cy but tiktng and accepting the sitDONNER'S ISO'i, that no precinct shall silverites ot all political denominations Coach Bill. Oratory was turned loose uation as we view 11 at this moment In entitled M p than two dele HORSE CLEANER. in large and copious streams. We we must in candor s ly that McKmley gates Hud votes. Tnn will allow prewould be delighted to see Gov. Bradit The Logical Candidate and should thought from the argument that the deifga.es aad voten as lollowr: y ley beaten, because he stands bill was a good one end ought to be nominated on the first ballot, but cinct J! Xo flics, fleas.mosquitos or.licc. 1 nr Suit or Unit. trtf'irl 5 will admit that the .suoject is rather Removes daudtttfi, dirt. I.ente skin as the foremost sound money advocate stand. A first class business house in 3 too volumiuous for one ol the most Wet Ilartloid The tobacco growers of this county solt and white. To him moie in the Uuited States. Ueda 4 Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite f loo 00 for any rase of Mange it will met in convention at the Court House rural of ruralist to discuss and the Sulphur Springs 4 than to any other public man is cred- on Monday to select a delegate to at- matter stand open lor debate. not cure. centrally located. For further par Mdgr-3 Dr. A R Bjers of 01. item whose it due for the repudiation of free sil- tend the State Convention to be held Stops iritation, rubbing. Finefor clipCromwell 5 ticulurs address J. W. Tabor, FordsTheobject of the State health has beea tailing for same time Cool Springs ped horses. ver, and the straddles on the subject in Louisville. . . ville, Ky. or I). M.IIocker, Hartlord, Mane and tail 2 Convention will be to discuss ways is now in a critical condition, and his cleaner of the world. that both parties had, up to last ) ear, and means to protects the interest of wife wishes me to say that this is the Rock port 5 K- Xo matting. SeleU 3 Kenbeen guilty of. The people of the tobacco growers of the county reason that his correspondence is now Hot-i- - I'ratich Keeps hair fine, softatulsilky. A hair 4 grower. tucky will not forget his utterances at Mr. Tice Jolly was chairman of the a month behind has been neelecttd. Rosine Cry s Our merchants Bond & Sons, V. Xo scratches. Mud will not stick. was the Auditorium last j ear that electri- convention. Mr. Linno Coomes and Renfrow and Renlrow Bros, are doing Heaver Dim 5 chosen to represent this county Aids iu shedding. Mclletiry 4 fied the people not only of Kentucky, Mr. Smith Waggoner was selected as a rushing business. Horse Groomed in less than half the Cenlertotvn 3 Renfrow oc Dean are, under the sutime. but of the country; and they will not alternate. Ili'itiurnulr I'nlliiri-- . Smalllinuse ,2 A mass A tonic; harmlcs; removes stains. Sunday School pervision ot Jo Hunter ertcting a Rol- Fast Fotdsville The failure of the nronston-Goebc- l (, forget that Gov. Bradley had both wotkers convention ofin was held Keep hair front fading, the Baptist ler flouring mill of I biheve 75 barrel We-- t Fordsville tho courage to take this advanced po- Church of this place Sunday. These capacity. Every piece of the ma4 Senate to pass the revenue bills has lixpense but n trille. Hal! gallon 2 forced the School for Dei f Mutes nt itliinanie sition, but the ability to defend it conventions are cleans horse 120 times. By its use and are chinery will be strictly up to date. Shteve 7 Danville to close its session month horse has coat like velvet. Also used held at the end of each quarter. The They have already in operation the against the assaults of Democrats. 3 earlier than usual. Thete ate two on cattle and dogs For milk cows objtct of the meetings is to promote best saw mill m Ohio or any of the Olaton it's Butotd 2 the general welfare of Sunday Schools the adjoining counties They also Bartletts hundred pupils iu this excellent in- especially valuable in fly time. 3 The Hartford Jfcrald cannot fee a in this town. Addresses were made have in connection with the saw mill lleflm Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse Cleanfor 2 stitution, but no consideration credit on an article or else it is so by Mr.JohnP. Haswell, Jr.,who spoke a first class planing mill. My "exKat and West I'tmUville precincts these schools or any other institutions Will er. half gallon on receipt of on John the Baptist. ship Rev. Eldred E. treme modesty" causes me to speak fi prejudice ns to not want to see it. Pate addressed the meeting 011 "The of our town, Sulphur Springs, last, may hold n joint convention us may of the State had any influence with (Mention this paper) Patented East anil Wrt Hartloul precincts. Hero is what it eayp: teaching of Christ " Hon. G. W. two new drug tores are rapidly going TOU5DO SPFCIAI.TY CO., the Uronston- - Goebel ileuatc. The County Delegates to the Distric "The following statement occuired Beard made an address on how to gel up one by Mr. Bean and one by Mr. Toledo, Ohio. 31 iy closing of the school at Danville i.s Anil. We have lour stores, two as Convention will be authorized to cast more people to attend Sunday School Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing mid Barn in last week s kepubmcan: the first of a number ol illustrations Dust. Uroin is said to have These mass meetings are growing in good doctors as can be found, hotel, the vote of Ohio county to nominate 11 livery stable aud blacksmith. And I candidate for Congre's if raid conven- of the cflects of giving over one branch remarked seeral days since that if he interest and are beneficial. were Governor he would have acted There are Others. There seems am tempted to say that we have us tion deems it best to make a nomina- of government to revolutionists to Call on BulUngton, the barber. just as did fiov. Bradley, surrounded to be somewhat of a disposition upon reading a people as any community tion at that time, to save trouble ami rule it 111 the name of the Democratic the capital with troops and drove ev- the part of Republican leaders to con- in this county. If you could but see oxpetico of another convention lor party Yet there are men. and news-papery mother's son of the lawless ele- ceal the fact that the whole party the mail that is distributed here you ihat puiposo alone. Furthermore, us men at tint, who think the machinery should be organized this would agree with me, but I must de- n very imp'iifnni ment out of the building.' itflrnnls year. Why this state of things? We sist for this tune. Tho Jfeiall says: us it is no doubt lust to re organize Democratic parte can escape public Mori ttjn ti)f til victims cf comump. T 110s. F. Johnson. cannot tell, but evidently there is a iho County Commitle, therefore eiicli condemnation for such things by cen "A statement from tion Jo not know thij bjTi it. lit re Is a list dog under the wood pile. It will be pieciuct contention m In reby rrque-t-- 1 suring Bradley inn State Convention. Brown is to the effect that he remark of symptoms by which consumption cm the duty of our district IIEItA. d to selec one good mini who it will ed nothing of the kind. Mr. Uradley Hodgensville to select a convention at Louisville Post certainly be detected member Mr. S. L. Liacli has la grippe. 1 must bolster up his failing fortunes this district to represent us onfrom work, canvass and mgaiiizc his lug Cougb, one or two slluht efforts oa iaa the Sunday School every Sunday eve- precinct and fcrtcusn member of Monthly Democrats less loyal to free State Central Committee. with rislnjr, occurring during the diy and frecured I Dr. .MlkV Pain fills. Who shall government and less true to Demo it be? At present Mr Barnett, the ning at Beiilah Church. quently durinsr the night. Tlio County County Commuted. Sbort bruiting liter exertion. cratic instincts than is the greatest distinguished young Republican from Mrs. Belle Davis is slowly improve Convention will select two CommitteeTigllnisiotli chit. who has occupied the chair of Ohio county, holds man ifmorlcan Stoam Launclr' men finm tho county at laige. that honorable ing. Qiach pulse, especiilly noticeable In thi Kentucky's Cliiet lixecutive." position. We understand that Mr. Delegates uro requested to havo evening and after a full meal. Piii.ncetok, Ky., Prof. W. R. CtirFon returned from their credentials properly attested by Tho piece referred to was not origi- Barnett wants to succeed himself. Cbilhniss in tfieetenlnp, followed by Sltgbtfnir. The party would do well to continue Illinois Saturday. the Chairman ami Secretary of their nal with The Republican, but was Does the finest work of any Perspiration toward mornincand responsible posi-toi- n, laundry in Kentucky, We heard n life long Democrat say precinct conventions immediately afThe taken from the Louisville Sunday Mr. Barnett in that he TiUfici aifd Ungmd in the momlnj.' for heretofore has ably filled work is till guaranteed, ter mljoiirniiipnt of said conventions. v. Good? Lots of utility. Star, a Demociatic paper. Wo have it. But then Ohio county ought not this week that ho wii9 going into the The new County Cominitten will arc not torn up, but uro return-i- d If you have these symptoms, or any of' convention nnd vote for James A. in defenso of the Star, want both Mr. Barnett and Mr. Wednothing to say and meet them, do not delay. There are many orgunizj immediately iu good condition. preparations which claim to be cures, but but do ay that wu will defend every- ding to be given the honors for which 1'ark for County JiuL'o. This shows nlrer tho adjoin iiiuent of tho County they are asking Ohio county should bow strom; hu is at homo. A vuliiint Dr. Jititr"! Cictirb Rtntdjfor Consumption Convention nnd every member is Laundry Shippod on Mou-du- y, thing appearing in tho editorial col- remove one of these distinguished lias the htaliKt; fnrinrf.mnc I... soldier, indiutiious farmer ami schol"" "" must earnestly r quested to bo pres.j on Friday. u..". Read more care-an- d geutleme,n from the track. umns of this paper. jiuou mc lesi or years, it win arrest con"There arly gentleman. The Republican ent and tako part in tho organization sumption In Its earlier stages, and drive Kfir.Savo your work for me. then you will uot bo led into a are others," party away the symptoms named. It is manuVe v Resp'v, Hon. John W. Lewis: There is ilian could not mako u wiser clioico Bua-ndon- , to nominate Jamos A. Park for J'J D On trap. factured by tin Acker Medicine Co., 16 ClVm'n R'ep. Co Com. no reason why our candidate for Cons iv, and 18 Chamr 'rs St, New York, and sold Ai'.vr Maiitha. W.A.Oiuson, Src'y gress should not be nominated nt the County Judge. " " ' Uai.ti'uiii), Ivy. Agt. by all reputable druggists. Since tho appropriation for Rough District Convention at Hodgensville. Every county in the district i.s of the River has been assured and the mon- same opinion as to whom EH ra" m m ra f that candiey will bo made uvnilablu by the first date should be. There being no difof May, the prospects for tlio Inifcinei-- ference of opinion it matters not how It will simply be interests of Hartford are very flatter soon he is named. time and money .saved to nominate a P ing, Situated as we uro in tho miiht Congtessional candidate at Hodgens- Ope; Qorli, ' agricultural country, sur ville. of n fine But who is this man upon MOSltR PATEM SCREW D008 BAM SUE. MCORl'SSMTFJTBAVKSW, rtJSlW PAJfNT FIRE PROOf SAFE rounded by vust fields of coal uud fine wiioiu Kepuuitcaus nreso unanimous-lywHH'T";;, agreed? He is 110 other than Hon, foiests ot timber, and with tho early John W. Lewis, who carried the disprospects of natural gas, and with the trict in 1H94 and who candnthe same best and twM enterprising business tiling over again, a.id by an increased men in Western Kentucky, our pros majority over his Democratic opponent whoever he may be, if there ba a perky is assured without a doubt. Democratic candidate at all. Brecknavigable inridge is for Mr. Lewis Now that v.o will have Everybody stream and with tho proposed railroad both 111 mid out ot the district is for Robin Hodi. Mr. Lewis. omj'leted Hartford will be tho most This is desirable place Iu tho State, Olilit i'ii illy Iliinbllinn. a splendid pluco for a manufacture, Don't forget our precinct contenbeing at tho head of tho navigation, tion evening nt 2 o'clock. Contractors to tho United Smles Oovernmonf, PLANS. Hl'KCIFIOATlONS AND INTIMATES and good material to work with, some S0I.I5 OWNRRS OF When you go to jour Precinct Contractors to tho Mexican Government. FURN1SIIKI) ON ALL KINDS OF to iuorrov, relect n good enterprising capitalist should at ouco Mosler uml Coiliss Patent S'afes in HANK VAULT & SAFETY DEFOrflT WORK Mosler & earnest willing worker for your comuse oil over tho Wailtl. avail himself of the opportunity and mitteeman, FIRE AND UURQLAU PROOF SAFES, E 10. We call for open up in our midts. In reorganisation ot County Chicago 111 ,Vo,3i7 Wabash AvenuI n rn.nrminlziitlnu of our Commercial Boston, Mass , No. 19 J Devonshire St. New York City, No. 305 Broadway, Corner Duone. we should (.elect only men who Cincinnati, Ohio. Southwest Corner 3d and Vine Street, Kansas City, Mo N0.611 Delaware St. St. Louts, Mo , No 304 North Fourth Street. Club, mid let's push thing's until we will sacrifice time if necessary to atLos Angeles, Cal ,No.338 North Main Street. Hamiltou.Ohio. Provldence,R.I.,and all other principal cities In theUnited States aud lorelgn Countrie , tend to political business. We need hear tho hum of busy machinery. standing. j IluL'cy at the heidofour" Pr'silmtul ticket and earnest pittlatie ro'timittoMti!! in cidi votitvwec net "Old Kalmuck" won lit quadruple the in.ijoyity utven to our idol last N .vein ef Silcct enthusiastic, p itrlutic cotni'ilt'cemen. Mass Convention here yetesday, Seventh Senatorial District Convention ot Beaver Dam to diy, ptecinct Conventions all over the county to-- j morrow April 4th,Cjngtesdonal Dis-tiict Convention at Hidge'tsville Tuesday April t tth, State Convention nt Liulsvllle Wednesday April it'i, and election ol State Sen.uor fro u Oulo Mtinlenjerg a id Butler ciuti-tied April a 1st. We are busy now. If there Is a man tint Oliio county Republicans ndore it is Gov. W O. Bradley. He has stood by us visited and encouraged us in time ot alver-sittins often eatert.iine I our citizens and enlightened lliein on perplex ing questions and by his nrguments counsels and ndvirennuy v Jtcs have been reduced to join our ranks and mike our county safely Repubiicm nnd next Monday we will show him that we have not forgotten him. Officers of electloa ttho set veil at last November electi m Apr I 21st. Election officers are appiinted to serve one year and will erve nt Special elections il any are ordered Polls open at 7 o'clock a. 111. and close a: 1 1 1 November With Gov W. O Match declining health of thcli'ihiugliU'iH, So many arc cut off by t'oiiMimptloii In early jrats that there I mil cmuo for anxiety. In tho early stages, when not beyond the iciieli ot medicine, llood'x Sanm-p:- u ilia will lestoi'O tho quality and quantity of the blood and thus give good health. Read the following letter: "It Is but just to write about my daughter Corn, nged 10. Hlio was completely run dow 11, declining, had tlint tired feeling, and friends raid she would not llto over three months. She had a bad nnd nothing seemed to do her any good. I happened to read about Hood's Sarsapa-rlll- a and had her ghe It a trial. Prom tho cry llrst doso nlic began to get better. After taking n few bottles slio was completely cured and her health has been tho best ever since." SIiw. Addik Peck, 12 Railroad Place, Amsterdam, K. Y. "I will say that my mother has not stated my case, in as strong words as I would have done. Hood's Sarsaparllla has truly cured mo and I am now well." Coba Peck, Amsterdam, N; Y. lie suro to get Hood's, becauio Cough erage that our Furniture stood moving better than the avwhich simply means that our Furniture h aluvo tho average, and that means n good deal too, iwadiiys when tho quality ot Furniture aver-ugo- s When it moved better. 11 CARH HUMSLY Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 leci-latute, Iu hnvitig Furniture, do one or two things befnro you buy an) thing, Mnkf up your mind how much vou want to spend and sec what wo can givo you for that amount, or else uiiiko up your mind what grado of Furniture Always the lowest ou )ou want and compare our price with that ol others llf) 12l same grade of Furniture. CmTiIuvo removed to 22!) 2.11 St Ann, jEj a - twJLJ.'Js.'ZEL, a. ' FENCE! aaa. h, TO 20 CENTS . gr--r-v . ni 1 1 .1 I I cat-gu- I pro.-cee- 1 d Xar-row- s, -- ge Eit '. Children for Pitcher's Castorla. 11 -- IJx-G- Banger Signals s is returned ..-- "..".'.;" .J Marvin era EEPH m mm "SJi. ra e?n m wskimfm m laram s ?- aims the Voslrr ind afe ffaiones y 11 mm m -- wmm 11 Con-ventl- t Corliss Patents. Com-initt- JSLH.E3JS3S.OOaVCS.. ALWAY "Saved My Life" A VETERAN'S MASS CONVENTION. Awarded Mljlhest Honors -- STORY. Tho Fort "Several years HIDING Keeping so far in front Hint wo have to look around the bond in the river behind to see anything that resembles competition. We never follow. BECAUSE WIS BECAUSE WIS have the Goods and delight everybody. name the prices that nstonisli everybody. BECAUSE WIS catch the trade and s.Ufsly everybody. zelooik: :e3::e:e3:e 20 yds. heavy Domestic SI. 20 yds. extra quality shirting cotton $1. nice calico JOc. 20 yds. good bleached cotton SI. Heavy cotton jeans 10c. 10-yds- . Heavy cottonnade 12 ic. Ladies black cotton Hose 5c. New line Handkerchiefs 5c. Good cottonnade pants 50c. Heavy woven Corsets 50c. Ladies shirt waists 50c. Ladies ties 25c. Gilt belts 25c. Latest novelty, Irrcdescent belts 00c. Leather belts 25c. Novelties in ladies collars and collaretts Will be open for Easter, under the management of a thoroughly competent trim mer. We show a line that competition cannot equal; the latest with trimmings to suit. Where you go to look f r Dress Goods, Millinery, Clothing 01 Dry Goods alter leaving our store, with our prices carefully iinpiessed on your ruin J, you will be hound, to your own interest, lo come back and buy Irom us, Von will do so cheerfully, beause in going the rounds of different stores, you will learn, by trig odds, that our house displays the best line of styles to pick from, the lowest ptices on quality equal to the best. Oui term ate strictly cash. - Millinery, Our Entire-Lin- e IDnress O-oocL- s- It Makes no Difference A visit from you will be highly appreciated ZETa-ii- r piariford Sample of New Shoes nt Carson & Co's. Bros. Ss Co., fashion. - Wehave lots of tobacco canvas. Cahson & Co. Notice 15. W. Smith's new "ad." Bring us your eggs, chickens and Tobacco Cotton nt Carson & Co's. Cahson & Co. butter. Stevens' is the place to buy grocer Pure crab cider lor sale by F. V. ies. 22 6tu Pirtle, Hartford, Ky. A new lot of Trunks at Carsons & Fertilizer at Carson & Co's. New Mattings at Carson & Co's. STOP AND Co's. New York Early Rose Potatoes nt Stevens', No trouble to show Stevens'. Queensware a THINK where Mr. L. M. Render, Lomlsville, visDon't you know that it pays to see you can buy the cheapest? ited his father's family this week. Don't you know that $1 saved is $1 Mr. W. S. Kirby, of Dallas, Tex., made? A merchant buys where he was the guest of Mr. W. D. Render's can get the best goods at the lowest family this week. price See call elsewhere. Keep nccount of your expenses and Next Monday is County Court day. buy closely and see how much you Call in at Tun Rkfoducan office and have saved in a year, see how your account stands on subscription. We need the money. I Jast as you hould do. Wake up Republicans, and attend your Precinct Conv ention Will Save You Money so try me. I If you don't buy at theclosest figures and sell nt the very lowest. It is Money to me L B STEVENS. Accidents arehappeningevery day. Fire is an accident. You had better insure your property. We pay the highest marked prices for chickens, feathers, eggs awl but. Causon & Co. ter. Mr. Henry Hntdwick, Louisville, tor is in town, He will leave Rives, Tenn., where he will work for the C. O. & S W. Railroad, y The Weather Bureau em ploys a skilled force of men, supplied with the most delicate scientific Instruments, to foretell the weather. Perhaps you know when a storm Is brewing without any word from the papers. Your bones ache and your, muscles are sore. Your chronic muscular rheumatism gives sure warn ing of the approaching storm. mm Scott's Emulsion of OH, Cod-liv- er j Miss Jennie McDowell, living near town was seriously burned one day last week. Her clothing caught fire and but for the timely assistance of some of the family Bhe would have been burned to death. She la getting along as well as could be expected at with Hypophosphltes, would be a most valuable remedy for you. The oil, with Its Iodine and bromine, exerts a peculiar Influence over the disease, and the hypophos- phltes render valuable aid. SCOTT'S EMULSION hic..nnJonrd by tli nirdicalprolciitonruMv.fniyy.jrl. i4ik your Jeeter.y ThU U ttc iu It U lviyi lwayi uniform alwayi conljua ttlfu.-- d Norwiiu CeJIUir Oil llypctleipHUi. I'm up In Am. Tri. imill tit. nut nj Si Buy M inouiMo cut yotu cough orhilp your tuby, present. lJ fjjjij v ja . Republicans ol Ohio county met in I mass convention nt the Court House yester.iay evening nt two o'clock lor the purpose ol scltrting c'elegatcs to AYER'S the Senatorial Convention which meeting llefvrr D.nn lox'av. rliprrvt'opinrnlu'ria Secretary W. A. Uibvjn c tiled the to mo by a PERFECT Oscnt who urged house to uider nnd ;.tuttd the object A rureMOST Cream of Tartar MADE. Tree Grape Powder. ol the meeting nnd declare nomina- from Ammonia, to take It.wlilrOi lno Alum or any other adulterant. I did, and soon nftcr J was greatly tions in order lor Temporary Chair40 YEARS TUB STANDARD, man. Mr, M. L. Hc.ivnn arose nnd relieved, and in a short timo was Wash In a few well chosen words placed in completely cured. I have never had nomination Hon' C S. Taylor lor the BEAVER DAM. much ot a cough slnco that time, position. Hon C M. Harnett secondWe opencA'ery and I llrmly believe Ayor's Cherry ed the nomination, and Mi. Taylor Pectoral saved my life." W. II. was chosen by acclamation. The meeting is still in progress at Mr. J. Wahi), 8 Qulmby Ay., Lowell, Mass. a goods. Also M. Rogers nominated S.uii Anderson thcM. E. Church. Rev G. I. Rean, Hartford, preached for Stctetnry, whic'a was seconded at the M. E. Church last Thursday by W. A, Gibson nnd he was chosen. a The convention then proceeded to evening. Mrs. Henry Young and little son, business. Committee was appointed few on Resolutions as lollows: M. I,, Joe, Rockport, spent partof last week ir. lleavun. R. H. Martin, lont B. Wil-so- with her sister Mrs. II. D. Hunt. Hlgheit Awardt at World's Fair. Mr. Fred Strother, Rochester, S. T. Stevens, N. Barrass. The neweffect; AYER'S PILLS cure Indigestion anil Headache spent Monday night in town at Mr. Committee retired P. McKenncy's. While the Committee was out Hon. J. Mrs. J. II. Barnes and children nre Goods. J. S. R. Wedding was called on lor J a speech and responded in a happy visiting Mrs. Barnes parents Mr. and We can't be undersold. Mrs. Eblin,ot Louisville. nuic speccn. lion, (J. M. Bat ne tt Causo & Co. Mr. J. B. Taylor nnd wife spent was called upon lor a speech, but declined for the present owing to the Saturday night in the country nt Mr. See our new Neckware. appearance cf the Committee on Res- J. a. Miller. Cahson & Co. Mrs. A. V. Thompson nnd children olutions The Committee reported and Miss Daisy Stevens spent Friday as follows, whicli Wis ndopted: We pay 5c. per pound lor fat Hens Wo the Republicans ol Ohio ;ouniy and Saturday 111 Horton. CAnsov & Co . A large number of boarding pupils in Muss Convention held at tho Court spent Saturday and Sunday at their If you want bargain i, call on StevHouse in Hnrlionl, Ky., 011 '2d day homes ens. of April, 1890. Hcsolved Mrs. Tichenor, Point Pleasant, visidoza few 1. That we approve of all tlio Suits tor the boys at Fair Bros. & of the Governor ot the Slato acts ted her daughter Miss GettieTichenor, and who is nttendiug School here this Co's. find in him a man that has the courweek. en; Miss Cliffie Gray returned home Just received, anew lot of furniture. age and manhood to protect the State Hart-lor- d. mid its citizens lrom nil lawlessness. Saturday from a weeks visit in Cakson & Co. come see. 2. We approve the call of the Miss Mayme R Barnard who has 1'orstylish millinery visit Fair Bros. at Beaver Dam to nominate a been visiting at this place and Hartcandidate State Senator. & Co's. 3. And hereby appoint the fol- ford returned to her home in LouisNotice the call for an election in lowing delegates to said ville Sunday. convention, is Mrs. E. C. Taylor has moved into first page. viz.: W. A. Gibson, J. S. It. Wedthe cottage Hotel where she will New Dress Goods and silks at Fair ding, C: S. Taylor, JJ. I. Martin, keep boarders. goods. Jont B. Wilson, M. L. Heavrin, N. Mr. J. R. Taylor and wile. T. Bros. & Co's. Barrass, E. P. Ncal, J. P. Morton, 11. iuiiier ana latnily, Mr. S. P.Mr. TayPrettiest millinery in town at Fair C. M. Barnett, Sam A. Anderson, M. lor and wife spent Sunday with Mr. S. Ragland, W. S. Gains, S. C. Stev- Fred Taylor and wile. Bros. & Co's. ens, P. Westerfield, T. Stratton, E. Mr. K. J. McKenney and family If you will price Stevens' groceries P. Taylor, Joe Park, (of color.) and spent Sunday in Taylor Mines. The people of this place are longing all other good Republicans nnd said you will sive money. delegates are hereby instructed to for a goodrain.as they have had nothPolitest attention given vou in Fair cast the vote of Ohio couuty for S. L. ing but rain for the past week. Bros. & Co's millinery pulor. Attve. Stevens for the nomination for State Goad Plow Shoes $1 men Fine Senator, and said delegates are limber instructed to cast their vote as a Shoes $1 at Fair Bros. & Co's. unite on all questions. Respectfully N Barrass, Everybody is invited to attend our surainitted. us. Ch'ni'n Com. Millinery opening Monday March 30. -Mr. S. L. Stevens was called upon Carson & Co. lor a speech and responded, thanking The biggest lot of Dress Goods ev- the convention. Mr. Barnett was again called upon er opened in Hartlord at Carson & lor a speech and made one of his Co's. characteristic speeches. Upon motion of Mr. Wedding the More clothing sold in one diy at a of Fair Bros. & Co's than other houses Convention adjourned. 1 sell in a week. Pure blood is 'the safeguard of JI.NUO. Mr. Bob Marks and sister, Miss health. Ketp the blood pure with ering in the sheaves the last month. alJingo witnessed the heaviest rain- First, Miss Altha Je"nkins, who was Lettie, spent the first of the week in Hood's Sarsapanlla it you would ways be well. fall last Sunday that she has for many just budding into young womanhood, Owensboro, visiting friends and relayears. was called to sit at the feet of the (onIipii fliimliiy School. tives. W. II. Morris is no better. "Wash-stands,"i- n blessed Savior whom she loved. A We will reorganize our Sunday Rev. D. F. Matthews was ordained few days later Mr. John Ware, who School nt Goshen next Sunday mornMiss Sara Collius his returned last Sunday. Among the visiting wa3 in the prime of manhood, was a ing at 10 o'clock. Our literature for from Cincinnati, where she purchasbrethren was Revs. J. S Colemau and called to his resting place, only a lew the new quarter will be on hand. Jo B. Rogers, Hartlord; J. C. Craig, more days passed when Mrs! Boon ed a large stock ol Millinery for CarLet us give ourselves anew to the Curdsville; A. J. Williams, McIIenry; Jones, a mother, leaving three preson & Co. Master, nnd determine by His help to I. B, Storms, Magan; J. C. Boiling, cious gems to the care of a father, was love Him mote and serve Him better Hancock county. laid to rest. The same afternoon Mr. "Cooch" Griffin's team ran than we ever have done. MJtt. DAM. Miss Georgia Pirtle has returned Walter, three year old son ol Dora away with him one day last week and vi 1. Let ushavea lull attendance. from a extended visit to friends and and Gus Harrison, went to sleep to Yours to serve. he was thrown from his wagou and save relatives in Henderson county. awake in the likeness of our blessed Supt. Gross Williams, his leg was broken. JUDHI.I.E. Savior. Thus we see death is no of person, but the young as CARD. We will in about ten djys receive So Doubt of 11 Nlrllio. well as the old arc called. Mr. G. C. Roberts, of the New car load ol the Celebrated Globe FerRev. Chelly,oi Greenburg, who has Deanefield Coal company, said yesbeen called to the caie ot Bethabara Special attention of the farmers is tilizer both for corn and tobacco. terday that he, did not doubt that Church, will shortly move hia family called to the fact that we have just in Come and get prices there would be a strike of the miners to our community. this morning a Car Load ol "HomeCahson & Co. at Dean field on the 1st of April. Mr. II. E. Becker, who hasabeen atThere had been enough talk ol it for tending school at Nashville, was the stead"' Tobacco Grower, fresh from The meeting which has been conseveral days to warrant this conclu- guest of his father, Mr. R. L. Becker, tho factory nnd guaranteed as herea ducted by Bro. Fowler, closed last & CO. sion, andhim,committee of miners had Saturday and Sunday. and he supposed the visited Mr. Will Arnold, of Caneyville, is night. He baptized Mr. and Mrs. tofore. other operators, to inquire about the at Rev. B. F. Jenkins. This goods have stood the test of Willln lliirriiNt Hurt, M. L. Heavrin yesterday evening just proposed reduction to 2 cents Married, last Tuesday night at 7:3a years and without n single exception A very sad accident occurred at bushel for mining coal. He did per above the bridge. not has turned down all competition. The Taylor Mines last Saturday. Willie think the strike would amount to at the residence ofthe brides mother, Miss Algada Welch to Mr. John MiN of Seth and Estel Render were brought farmers tnko no risk in this goal, as liarrass, son a Mr. Nicholas Barrass. much, and would not continue longer ton. The bride is a charming young was driving mule car and it was (nil than a few days, but as far as his lady, while the groom is one ol our before JudgcMortou Tuesday lor their tho oxpenenno often years fully dem- ol coal. In passing out ofthe mines mine examining trial. After hearing some onstrates its superiority. it seems he tried to stoop to pass a ling was concerned he was quite wil- most worthy young men. to shut down lor thirty days as Sunday School was organized last ofthe evidence the prisoners were Tor plant beds and gardens, there iow nrenway wnen lie was caught. he had plenty of coal on baud. Sunday with a good attendance. His back was badly bruised up and discharged. County Attorney E. P. is now it largo demand, hence we open There are nearly one hundred minSpring will soon be with U3 again we are niiornieu mat one joint was employed at the mines at DeaneNcal conducted the prosecution and up solely and farmers are busy preparing for this trade. Call or send slipped in his backbone. He was un ers field. Owensboro Messenger. ground for cultivation. Attorneys C. M. Barnett and A. Jones in orders. conscious when found. Hockeu & Co. Nbli. Browning. appeared for the defendants. Farmer Sleet, Thry lime So Equal. The gentleman ageut of the NorthThe farmers of Ohio county met at Ileillcntlou Service. Mr. David Vaughn nnd Miss Sue Worth, Kv , March 2, 1896. The M. E. Church of the Victory I have taken Hood's Sarsapariila the Court House, March 30, and electA. Coop er, two of Echols most pop- western Yeast Co.. of Chicago, dised Wm. Chapman, Chairman, and T, community will be dedicated May 3rd ular and worthy young people were tributed Iree samples of their celebrat- and Hood's Pills and have always de- - W. Bennett, Sec'y. The object of the riveu ueneuc 110m ineiii. Ttiey nre married yesterday evening at the ed Magic Yeast among our people just as represented. I have used meeting was to get the larmers ot the by Rev. J. W. Turner ot Louisville, Commercial, Mr. R. D, Snedden and this week; all lovers ot pure, hop and Hood's Pills for liver complaints and county to make less tobacco and make Services in the morning at 10:30 and was afternoon. Everybody is invited to Miss Sallie Majors attendants, Rev. Jo malt bread should not fail to try the as a cathartic and thev have no a better article. The meeting sample of Magic Yeast. This com- equal. I am giving Hood.s Sarsapa- - called to order by W. M. Stevens, come and bring their baskets (filled B. Rogers pronouncing the cermony. who made q'uite a lengthy speech, pany boats ot having the largest and ruia 10 my nine gin lor catarrh in which was lull of good logic. Sever- with gtub). A good time is anticiTill? Rb nuiiMUAN extends congratuthe head and she is improving. cleanest yeast factory in the world, al speeches were made on the subject. pated. lations, JACOH P. SCHINDI.ER. O. M. Wilson, Pastor. B. F. McCormic was elected adelegate their sales averaging twenty tons to the Louisville Convention. The following named persons have daily and it goes to all parts ofthe Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Wm. Chapman, Ch'm'n. paid their subscription to Tin: earth and in nil probability has more Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. T. W. Bknnbtt, Sec'y. The rapidity with which croup desince our last issue: E. W. friends ntnong the ladies than any velops calls for instant treatment; and A Comrlnclns Testimonial. Ford, P, A. Gary, J. I. Sanderfur, other article manufactured in this or yet few households are prepared for WANIIINUTO.V Health in this community is. very B. Lo ney, McIIenryj J. any other country nnd was the only Its visits. An admirable remedy for Hartford; L. Ham Miller, Beaver Dam; G. Fielden, yeast awarded a diploma nnd medal this disease is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. good. The heavy rains did a great deal ot Pleasant Ridge; Miss Mallie Ferguson, for purity and excellence at the great It has saved hundreds of lives and damage in this neighborhood the 29th should be in every home where there South Carroltou; Wilburn Tinsley, Chicago World's Fair.. It tnoie of are young children. Owing to the bad weather, the Hartford; Sherman Williams, Nash- our people would use this yeast nnd farmers are getting along slow with with their work. Come to the Republican Convenville; Z. Taylor, Cromwell. eat bread Irom one to four days old There will be Sunday Schoolorgan-izetion Monday and make Tun RuruiiLl-ca- n their doctor's bill would be much less. at this place next Sunday with office headquatters while in town. r Coffee Co. of Give The it a trial. James A. Park Superintendent, every Owensboro was represented in HartIt may save you tlmcand money to body cordially invited to attend. ford last veek by Mr. Rtifus Neal. MUs Tichenor has been employed Mr. Richard Coleman and Miss Li be informed that, when you need a He sold to Carson & Co , who will of-- da Martin, of near Beaver Dam, were Ayer's Sarsapariila is to teach the spring school at this fer the coffee nt 15 cts per pound. married yesterday evening at 4 the kind most in favor with the med- place beginning April 6th. Mrs. Matilda Tinsley who has been ical the standard The coffee is ns good as can be found o'clock. Botharepopularyoung peo- one. profession. It is bloodspurifier suffering with rheumatism for some ple. ns such, the only and no doubt will meet with a ready admitted at the Chicago World's time is no better. .Mis Vlnn AlcYiiiHler lo Miirr)'. sale among our people. The coffee Mrs. Florence Allen is going to Fair. Miss Ella Kurtz. move to Beaver Dam. Sunday's Oweusboro Messenger has has been tested by some of our best "For 19 years I uffcrcd from heart trouMrs, Myrtle Bennett and children List ol letters in Hartford Post Ofbest people and is pronounced by all the lollowitig to say about n young fice and if not called for within 30 Kinderhook were the guest other ble. During tbat time I was treated bj Qto different to be excellent. Call 011 Carscn & lady who has visited Hattford: days will be sent to Dead Letter Office parents Mr. and Mrs. Wood Tinsley a claimed that I pbjtlclaas. x All ot I them couU not cured. was Although itis notaiithoratively an- Washington D. C Co, nnd get a quarters woith lor fiffew days last week. greatly troubled with sbortneua ot breath, K. Tinsley and Brack nounced, it is understood that . the C. C. Phelps, Robert Messrs. O. Madaix, o teen cents. palpitation and pain In tho side. It eiclted, or eierted niysel t In the least, marriage of Mr. J. C. Rudd, Jr., and George Morton, Mrs. Annie D. Mc- Rowe visited friends near Ceutertowu tho pain la my sldobecamo very severe. At Last Tuesday morning Mr J. S. K. Miss Vine Alexander will take plnce Lean, Joseph Lathan, Gillie Deuvall, Saturday and Sunday. times It seemed as though nitoUt ircrstAoot-in- g Airs. Unima Park, Clear Run, spent Wedding started to Furdsvllle and in April Mr. Rudd arrived Friday Thos. J. Smith. through my tide, Bometlmo In tho month Persons calling for above letters Saturday and Sunday in this neighMr, B, D, Ringo was on his way to night from the East, where he is please say advertised. borhood the guest ol Miss Kuima ot November last, I commenced taking DR. MILES' HEART CURE Stevens. Frankfort, and while crossing the traveling in the interest of Rernlielm W. II. Gkii'fin, P. M. Mr, Wesley Stevens who has been and since then I have Improved steadily. levee between Ilattlotd nnd Heaver Bros,, n large Louisville liquor house. To retain an abundant head of hair troubled with Krysipclas for some I can now sleep on my left side, something I Dam the team became unmanageable His headquarters at present nre at had never boon able to do before. I cau of n natural cotor to a good old age, time is improving. walk without being fatigued, aud am In and ran away, Messrs. Wedding and Albany, N. Y., where he will take the hygiene of the scalp must be 1 Here is said to nave been a pantii- would Klngo managed to get out before they his bride. Both are popularand well Apply Hall's Hair Rrnewer. er heard in this neighborhood the muth bttUr health than fur before, Itrouble recommend all sufferers from heart other night; lor further information Teached the bridge, at which place known young people. Their attachto try Dr. Miles' Invaluable remedy without May he. Our farmer friends, and those needMISS ELLA KUHTZ, delay." the driver, Mr. Perry Casebler, was ment dates back several years and ing either plain or ornamental fence, call onG, C. Mills. Mi Wright St, Milwaukee, Wis. 11 a hit. thrown violently forward and fell hence their marriage is no surprise should write to Kltselman Bros., Dr. Miles noartOurots sold on a positive A great deal of sickness in the com. over into the edge of the water of to their friends, Miss Alexander is Ridgevllle, lad., for their large Illusthat the unit bottlo will beiieUt. Ildrugglauseflltatll, t bottles for M, or catalogue. Sec ad. elsewhere. munity. Rev. B. F, Jenkins has maMuddy creek. They all got them the bright ami attractive daughter of trated It will bo sent, prepaid, on tocelpt of prlcti larial, Lennie King pneumonia, Huby tho Dr. MUes MijtcsJOo., Elkhart, lad. selves together and proceeded back to ; Mr Romana Alexander, who resides Remember us Monday when in bert Crady pneumonia. The grim Dr. Allies' Heart Cure R.tt.rts town, ..llMltfe two mills southeast nt the city. reaper, of death, has also been gath town. Snelllng, Minn., I caught a severe cold, nttended with a terrible cough, that allowed 1110 no rest day or lllgllt. Tim doctors Ilflcr rxlmimt. lug their remedies, pronounced my TlT,ATV case hopeless, saying they could do no moro for me. At this timo a bottle of ngo, whllo In Ohio Couuty Moot at tho Court llouso. of al Kopublicang EM; Worlds Fair. PREPARE FOB Soloct Dologaton to thoSonn-torlConvention. I ' ttfCfj CREAM And make your selections from our choice stock of Spring and Summer ' MK1NG CLOTHING, mER Spring and Summer SSK 1 nil ,?? GOOD! unlaid AYER'S Cherry Pectoral Both in Woolen and Fabrics of description. have just ed big selection of these nice assortment of silks. We will show in a days something new wash Goods in linen the est thing out in wash We e&n fix the Y0Qn(rJ Aen IN SHIRTS AND HATS u Will open in days about 50 the newest thing in Shirts and Hats. We want you to and if you don't buy, we will not fall out with you. our business to That show REMEMBER OUR MILLINERY sroTLurs GOODS Young Housekeep Will be especially interested in our ers Will be opened in time Don't fail to visit for Easter. keeping consisting of very fine line "PA11LOR SUITS," OUTFITS for house for Trade, CARSON & GO. to SUITS," "llockers," "Dresser," fact full line of Furniture. Come to BEAVER We propose 'BED ROOM you expense and give you what you buy in this line. guaranteed, goods in large lots and money saved. Prices HOOKER d Curry-Guenthe- blood-purifie- m Ibe-cam- fq-- &Mpyg J lngton; fhouhl be chosen, ns they nrc nnd Yititiorn General Directory. mfcnllrtailly , the aspirants for the place. I do not h iiued nml Minneapolis 1ms n population of believe In drnwing the color line in riireil without tlio lunfi). AUo trrfifiilH, l'niDAY, lSgfl .STATU OI'l'ICIAt.8. IVzctnnutnl all fnrrrmof fWIn urn! fvmilii 210,000 people, a debt of $0,037,572 politics, but ol the Repub)r nml i.'i y iUspamm mimwifullv tifStril nnd n valuation of $135,001, U2 1. lican voters of this State belongs to liiisimicticvillnClni'liiiiiiilnvortHiiin (Jnvoriinr William O. Hinilley. moi.hi umlh iliii-iumOno of tlio highest cities In tlio this race, niul every class of adhervcarF, 111 tllMtriMlll .. .id it. Lieut. Governor V. .1. Worth-ingtm"'I' '!- - I United Slntea Is Leadville, Col., ents to n party Ti 1'ii'iipl U h' ' vli tire more generously 11 ' nearly feet above sea level. irm' ih hi imiri"-i- i I' ." ti ''' rccognlzd tlun the colored man, niul 'I. Inn cult I ci: Secrclnryof Stale Charles Kinley. Lowell, Mass., Is nbout tliosamo r A1M- 1- TV. Attorney Oeneral W. S. Taylor. there is no wny ol calling attention to size, so far ns population is conT I, 'I ' tnlitor Sninuol II. Stone. this ovj tfight without being charged cerned, us Fnll River, having 90,700 Treasurer Geo. W. Long. people, who llvo on 12 square miles; w Ih drawing the color line. In giv for and Children. . tho city owes $3,004,270, nnd Its as- int? the claims of these two announced . (Jommissumer ot Aerii'iiltutc, Ilor- fctntistics litica8 THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE nnd sessed valuation is $G!),0S1,241. candidates a 'air and impartial con-- 1 m.,, Residents of Wlllnpa, Wash., sldt ration both as to adaptability nnd Write to T. fl. QoiNCnv, Superintendent Public Instruction-possibili- ty lh,t don't liavo to lenvo tlio town, or Drawer J.Vt, Chicago, Secreof being elected we reach Geo. M. Davison, Conll.il, many Soollilnff Sytuju, and tary of tho HrAii Ai'citii'NT sometimes tho house, to shoot deer. tlie conclusion that Smith has the Register L.ttui Oflicc Ulia. O. most remedies Tor clilMrcn ore compmol of opium or morphine? for Information CoMi'ANV, Tlio snow drives tho deer down from ' Rcyroltl. regarding Accident Iiisur. of success. Below we llo Vni Know that opium niut morphine ore stupefying narcotic jwliotn? tho hills, and they frequently wan-do- r best prospects Mention thli pcr. mice. , Tlierc Is not a more familiar figure Into tlin fltrpnfjt nf f lin fnujn nml print his circular which will be self-- ., I"unco. Ily co doing 1011 ran kivc llo Vim If 11 my tint In mmtoouiitilculiuitttUti are uoticiinllleAllunllii.iroalle i? . vwiiiiugtire. ou tlie streets of Atlanta than Hie man membership fee lias puld ocr JUOO.WJUO lot nro shot, Ono was shot rocontlv In explanatory ivllliout hilxllm; them polioni whose picture U here hIiowii. EveryAilji, taut General 1). U Collier. accidental injuries. Owisnsiioro, Mar. i. body knows him by Mpht nnd It will be n back garden. Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Itrown oit ihouM llo your own Agent. lo Von Know that Lnowofwhat not penult any medicine lo be glvwi your child remembered that years ago he began New-YorDl5An Sin: This will inform you Day. has moro Germans in utileuyouorjourphjilclan ItlirumpovMr to wear ou his upper lip, just utuler Itl'QUIKUU NO UliDICAL EXAMINATION its population than any city of the that I nui n candidate for delegate It.UI.ItoAlt I'OMMHtlOKIMH. his nose, a small piece of court plasHo Von Know that C.lsloil.t ! a purely legetahlc preparation, ami that n list of ter, not larger than a silver half dime; German empire except 12; moro from the State at large, to the Rcpttb- .Tno C. Wood, clmiriimn; J. V. lin Ingredient! I publUhcil with ctcry tultlcr this plaster he has worn constantly, French than any city or Franco ex- - licun National Convention, which Dempjey, 11. S. Irwin, Secretary .vaNKras'isffiJB' vSrnVZSvKNI though It gradually Increased In size, cept 15; more Italians than live in Ho Vou Know that CattorU U the prccrlplloit of the famous Dr. Samuel Htchcr. convenes nt St. I.ouis, Mo.. June :6. Samuel F. lirown. as everybody knows, until It was as y ' exccl That 11 has been In use for nearly thirty j ears, ami that mure Caitorla Is novrsohl than iTABMER'S large as a silver dollar. This man Is I "' rtrnnRW to the Republican i of alt other remedies fur children combined I M. M. Nicholson, who resides at the Irish than livo in any city in Ireland patty of tins bt.ite. My candidacy is Scnntow Hon. William C. Lindexcept " corner of Anderson and Curraii Sts, Ho Von Know that the Talent Office Department of the United States, and of say, Hon. J. U. S. Blackburn. It was thirty years ago, that he first --New Orleans Is the city or tho T .?' other countries, have Issued exclusive right to In, Pitcher and Ms assigns to ne the word noticed a tiny scale, like a piece of Representative Fourth District t,mt NobIe Kftcc' tlle NeS. wheat bran, on his lip. He at first least altitude. It is at tho sea level, ,bel"K " CliutorlU " and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a stale prison offense? thought It only a fever blister, but It some parts or It nro actually below but upon merits. I first saw the light Hon. John W. Lewis. llo Vtitl Know that one of the renwns for granting this government prutKtlot) was not long before his cheeks became lxuisr.ATum:. tho level of tho Mississinnl. nnd urn. ol day in H1I3 State, thetelote I nm a NOTHING BUTPiiEs.5 CURE diseased and painful to the touch, and iras because Castorla had been proven to be llimolutcty IiiirmlCHH? Scnntor Hon. A. I). Jnuies. I belong to that class he soon realized that he had fallen a tccted from ovcrllow by levies. Dur- - Kentuckinn. SURE nnd CERTAI N CURE 7 doses of Caslorla ate furnished for Representative Ohio County IL'ii. llo Von Know that 33 tvturilirc victim to that mo.t dreadful disease-Can- cer. ing high water in many streets of tlio of Republicans who have followed the 1 known for 10 yonra notho or one cent n dose ? It rapidly increased in size city tho wheels of heavily laden vc- - fortunes of the Grand Old Party since I C. M. Burnett. iCCST REMEDY foi PILES. & and severity, and remembering that cut, uirougn inc Ho Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, yourclilMreu may OHIO COUNTY. V his father had cancer when he died, tho underlying sand. pavement into the days of Abraham Lincoln. I have l IOI.ll 111' M.I. UrtldlHTM. tr rvnnitf n:3A5:-'i- t be Lcpt 11 ell, and that ) ou may ha e unbroken rest ? .uwiw. r and that his uncle also lost his life by been Wcntlfied wilh evcty il)tcrest for tirvJU'i$vsriiijnirvENKvr this terrible disease, which destroyed b0ttl.Cii nn.cl vasM the good of my people, and the pros Vs'f II. tlu-ss1? FC? HiIiikh are worth Lno lug. They nre f icts. citicmr counr. his tongue, throat and left eye, Mr. TOn,US 1coIors.aml perity of the State. Hon I an. a Re pub- Nicholson became thoroughly alarmed, . drug , ,!,wve boro. W. T. Owen, Judge OwensIm on ccry Tdt? realized that his condition was shades which one sees and and windows are familiar," said a stroller; ' can f the, . 01d Scl,o1 more than serious. Hon J. Edwin Howe wrapper. Attornev cause of ' "fe.so "but I saw tho other day ono that clla1PineJ 's Oivcnsboro. was a novelty a vaso of handsomo ! vou can see nm stalwart, uucouipto-shapJ. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford-. Republic-w- as and of clear whito glass that mising and Children Cry for CS. B. Likens, Clerk Hnrtlord. ummammimammmaJimmmM filled simply with clear, filteredi nn. The tariff, currency and lotcigu 5 Car em, nnd cMalned and all l'al-B. 1). Iiiugo, Master Commissioner water. Tho effect among the other policy of this Government, and other teJ I ir Moomstc rtti. Jentl itme.scr Hartford. JounOrriccnOpposiTtU, s. PATiNTOrricttt vases in tho windowwas good." Sid nersnsr j ;Aiciitu less tlwo tliau UkcC great questions are tohe settled. We G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund fen teli m NasI-- $t n. nnd Mrs. Gilroy, of .want a man for President who is a S &o4 nu del, C swing or phMo., irhh descrlp- Hnrtfnrd. tleo. We adru-eIf pstrriuhid or n t, free oti 2.ew ork, and n party of friends mlster 0f the situition Louisville. St. Louis & Texas Railway Company. Cal. 1. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Kentucky's Ccharfc. (lurlee aatdue t rat. nt is n urrd, I il.tily. K.iht bouti'l trains. These trains run -- . W O.Bradley. Is Deputies Samuel Kcoun Hartford West bound trains eel ol same in the U. S. aaj forcicn iuuntlieii , STATION'S Xn.JI. I 43- No. 44. 42 Joe Roberts, Foidsvillr; Thos. R. lent Inc. Aildmt, lar Chinese dinner with a menu con- - ' tho man- - l anl for ll,m fitst atul 6 30 p in 7 45 a 111 . . I.v. V. Depot, Louisville . Ar. I 00 J) III 8 05 p tn Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, lf e,ected l WU do a11 in "'' "ower CM Sou Kentucky Street ? .!' 12 45 of six courses, as follows: Yen 645 1 Cromwell. r n wrri mitrai uriivii nmninuiHIl, U. i, 8 40 West Point 12 05 wu (bird's nest soup), lycheo hu to nominate him for President. I Court convenes first Monday in 7 20 S 43 Mow.irtl 12 02 7 2.1 chicken stuffed with nuts), shu aup earnestly and respectfully solicit your March and August mid continues three j "07 .. S 52 Willowtlnlc 7 32 II 52 troasi iiuckj, moll yu (cuttlo fish), support. weeks, mid third Monday in May nui Your for success. 5 Kock Haven 11 45 7 3S S5S sha le6 (preserved wars), San Chin November two weeks. S. K. Smith. Lonj; Ilrnnch 7 45 j 05 II 37 St (tea). COl'.NTY COIT.T. Prom the above circular you see it l.rfliulcnlnirir 2S 7 55 014 John I Morton, Judge Hartford. Two Englishmen made a match is needless for me to expatiate on his S 04 Kkron 011 9 33 D. M. Hooker, Clerk Hnrtlord. recently to walk from La Turblo to sterling quality, but I truly hope 11 on Irvinctou SI3 031 that S 28 K. 1. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Webster Nice, tlio winner to take 2,500 francs 9 4 ."1051 the Convention when it meets . i.txiitiurg Court convenes first Monday in S37 955 from tho loser, stako them on tho 1042 M. M. NICHOLSON. in Hartford will instruct her delegates each month. . . Sample 10 27 845 1003 Giving up entirely his business, he red at Monto Carlo, nnd divido tho . 10 18 Stephensport 10 iS S5S o.i'Ai:n:ni.Y conn-went to Cincinnati and remained for winnings with his opponent In to vote first nnd last and all the time . . Addison . , . iu 13 1023 9 02 Begins nn the third Monday in several months under treatment of a half an hour's play, during which ho for S. E. Smith at the State Convento 25 Holt 10 10 celebrated specialist. He was after95 won 12 times running on the red, ho tion for delegate from the State at. January, April, July and October, . . Clovetport 1038 wards treated in Elmlra, New York, j IS 0 57 cor 1st or claims. Avon 3S0.O0O francs, tho largest sum large, as I beliege it will add strenth where the cancer was twice removed, . . . Mi ops . . 1042 922 9 53 Convenes first Monday in January, ever won in a single day this year. to the party and will honor the race. but he declares that death was prefer. . Skilliuan . 105.S 9 33 942 ami luesday alter the fourth Monday able to such treatment. It returned, Tho winner is a dealer in South . . Hauesville ti "5 9 44 9 3" I have 110 personal fight to make iu October however, and the disease seemed to be African gold mines. 11 13 . . . 1'etrie . . 9 52 922 of a most virulent type; the doctors afagainst Gains, but I believe Smith to OTHKi: COUNTY OITICEIH. . . Falcon . . II IS 9 5S 9 16 forded absolutely no relief, the cancer G. S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur 10 uS come nearer representing the senti. I.euisport , i) 07 it 28 spreading all the time, eating out enME. MOULTON'S FB0S SPRING. . . Wnittnnti . 10 15 ments of the party In the State than Springs. tirely the partition In the nose, as well 1'35 J IK) III N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. 10 25 11 45 as the upper lip and gums. . . Powers . . Natural Curiosity In Maine Promises does Gains. 850 Rep's, "Some months ago," he says, "I beZ. H.Sliultz, School Stint. Hart11 57 . . l'ates . . 10 3S 37 Great Things to Its Owner. P. A.Gary gan to use S. S. S., though I admit with 12 07 p ill . Owensboro . ford. to4S 827 little faith that it could cure me, but to A day or two ago Georgo W. 12 19 Mnttingly . . L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur 11 00 IS my surprise, a few bottles afforded Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years Moulton of Denmark tool; a bushel of 12 24 . . Griffith . S 8 10 it 05 Springs. some relief. Thus encouraged, I deold, living at 61S Monroe street, live frogs from his spring. Tills is 11 08 12 28 . . Stanley . SoO SESl 3 36 Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse termined to give the medicine a thorKy says that Dr. Bell's Pine 3 11 15 12 35 the second bushel lie has taken from WortliniRton ough trial, and it was not long before 7 59 Tar Honey Is the best grip cure, Keeper, Hartford. 11 23 . . the progress of the disease seemed Heads this spring within two weeks, says cough, 1243 7 52 Ji'sriCKa' corjirra. lung and bronchial remedy checked. I continued the medicine, . Sputtsvillc SErS ll 1&S3 SlSlD 1251 'I o' tho Eastern Argus. Tho frogs ap- that has been offered to the people 3 iV. 743 Fohds villi:. J. A. Bowling--Barrett- 's and remarkable asit may seem, I am 12 58 U 3S llasketts 7 36 -cured and feel like I have new life. I parently enter the sprint' throu"h a during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Ferry, March 21, June 20. 1 55 . Henderson 15pm I.v 720.1111 a 51 pin f,J Wm ,42 a can talk more distinctly, for the iles.lt subterranean tunnel, and havo mado Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and September 1!). December 1.0 has begun to grow back around my an underground abode that is someKenfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. Huroitu. Ben F. Graves March 1 h iLM teeth, where it has been literally eaten thing new in natural history. 26, June 25, September 24, Decem away. S. S. S. is the most wonderful IlipCnunlry llilllor. Tho sprins is situated on a ledtro. IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. ber 24. remedy in tlie world, and as my condiVerily the life of a country editor is OY GOING TO THE ." ti tion is pretty generally known", everyVARF?AN7ED. PRECfiOctS. tho water gushing through a llssuro IIaistioiii). A S. AullMnreli 5, i body will agree that the cure is indeed I.AI (TIA.ll IJi.,Ngr. i., INS. scarcely larger than the blado of a a path of thorns f' June 4, September ", December .'J. Ti Paris Medlclno re, , m i.iii., ji,. a most remarkable one. S. S. S. has LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, - Vi M His bread is promises and his meat i.rn'lfi.rn lilKI.K-- S I'll y r. KB txttlC'H til Woodward-Ma- rch RoiiNi:. T C. L. "W given me a new hold on life, and I knife. Around tho spring is a wall 1 ha 13, June 12, September 11, t. utilllirf.' icr. Minlrend thtsyi iir. In nil shall certainly sing its praises the re- of split stone about four feet square is disappointment. VaM In tlie Ave. 1 heater BuilJinj, on Itli b:t. Grccu & Walnut 01lliK! .r II yi'.r. In tllll.l. lO.NICiuil wrri tlio .liutr Iiiiaiiha, nnra !4ri.'ii mainder of my days." on tho inside, lined with small stones "4iDecember 11. rii Irthaii,'...'.!.!!! unlieri.alftatls His creditors chase him by day and neiirnl.1 p c?n i. .rU do.. lurd.'i-il 1kiii r r id f .r K'u muiii'v t..aii in ThU If !. id.1 . ' r ss jrvur rlwulc. The above is but one of many reivuistrulf. set in cement. The outside Cuomwkll. .Tout 15. Wihon : nv ";i'rtmui' inlli,' .S.HIUI .' mi' nut l. inin t.ry jt.'ratir l . tin 'ic.. :.n . i.wrt .:iri rum iCo. markable cures being daily made by with loose soil. When Mr. is banked the devil grinneth at him in his March 7, June 7, September fl, Deu U mi .m im mlT tm HimliMii-- ) i ji ihU an.l u.liiut' t atli tNr-i- i Moulton dreams by night. I'or fnle bv Williams & Bell. S. S. S. Cancer is becoming alarmr liraucli ti j r u.(iural ur aunial utli. U Hvialf .'vwr,i l cember f. ingly prevalent, and manifests Itself found tiiat his choice spring was f cn ici: oun He sendeth the paper to a subscribf r 1.t A in such a variety of form',, that any threatened with an invasion of frogs ar i i l v . t'v i r ili.uf.. rt! Din , l uUeti .itli l. iv m, on credit and the subscriber pay-e- th vrlt" sore or scab, it matters not how small, only equaled by the plague of frogs er The theory in the treatment ol itili'4 i . ,ntT.r 'fe j " h fik' tMif t rotn i1 Irtlii wti.k, f itrtii t th..i fiatrn .1 T:! rri. which does not readily heal up and him mot. coughs, lung and bronchial afkctionu . nn u disappear, may well be regarded with in old Egyptian story, ho went to fii1. .tint ititt In im. it. j . i' t'i ftfo .!. Z. .i- t,.i.i tr. pF l Vtiii A' he stoppcth the delinquent's has been advanced by the manufactures u i 'ii ' it i u'tt it lit i . Then in ..i. V ui ,hiii. 'M.n suspicion. We will gladly send to any work to ascertain how they got into ., . i . ki i at address, full accounts of several other tho spring and to remedy tho paper, and the delinqueut singeth tra ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is n THE deal-er- s cures fully as remarkable as this one. trouble. truly a wonderful remedy. All la! and borroweth it of a neighbor. "V. r72i LH JA For real blood troubles, S. S. fc. has sell it on n positive guarantee. Uvltsy vjn removing tne ion sou no un One subscriber pajtth bissubscrip- - Por sale by X. Wayne Griffin 0c ilto , no equal. It wipes out completely the ' 'l"-- i lii n'lr ir m'l'hborhoxl tlni icion covered an underground tunnel fivo tion in wood, and behold it is rotten druggist, nnd Kenfrow Bros , Narmost obstinate cases of blood diseases, which other remedies do not seem to inches in diameter extending enPLANT OUR FAWiCUS rows, Ky. and soggy and of short measure. touch. S. S. S. gets at the root of the Tiir.Rr.ron!! VSPX7& WrST 33&J&ZV !f disease, and forces it out permanently. tirely around tho spring closo to tho "Bread is the Staff of Life: ILWT IT COOP. He whoopeth up the township poliwall of split stones and about on a S. S. S. Is guaranteed purely vegetaI'lnlililu llulii. tician and the politician gets elected ble, and is a positive and permanent level with tho water. Outsido this IN EVERY CAN OF BALLARD'S OUELISK We will send Tin: Krc runi-i- ANaud cure for Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, tunnel, connected with it by shorter and knoweth him no more. DAMNQ POWD11R WILL BE FOUND A .1! nf hiJi .irtf doscribcJ andillus- either of the following named i.ipers Kheumatlsm and all traces of bad passageways, were He pufleth the church fair gratis several subter-;ranea- n t a'. J ..i COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS '..r Uiutiful and entirely blood. Our valuable books will be lor one year for the amount opposite Nj v Catalogue for 1896. A new BALLARD chambers, circular in shape, and then attendeth it and payeth his AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO mailed free to any address. Swift each name. Look over the list nnd tins sijsoii Is the l:rco fapecific Co., Atlanta, Ga. from ten to twelve inches in diam- quarter and receiveth two oysters. & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY of Jxwls at CitaloKtie prices to see what you ueed and Rive us a c ill eter and two to three inches deep. WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUHe boometh his town nn J all things t u.iu-e- . piiy ! mis incw tata-locn- u " Courier-Journa- l 25 In these chambers Mr. Moulton therein, and yet receiveth no support Daily and Sun. BE FRAMED. SAMPLE " we will mail on rcceirt of a TIFUL PICTURC TO hi.oiio m l'rlci. 6 25 " without Sunday " found a bushel basketful or llvo frogs. ni :.tainp, or to tii jso who w ill state Use the letters contained in the TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. .li. t'icy sav this advcrtlscinent, the y At 0110 corner of these subter- and is a man without honor in his I 75 text: "Monon Seeds Grow," and I will iv mailed own country. I'or sale by L I). Stevens, Hartford, Ky. ranean chambers was n tunnel ex. . . I 75 Weekly CourierJournal form as many words as you can, using Two young people marry, and he tending to tho ledgo und connected PETER HENDEnSON & GO. Louisville Comnicrci.il . . . . t 25 letters either backward or forward, with a fissure in tho stone, which giveth them a great puff, and they go N. Y. Tribune t 25 'Cla5as7Cort,!ln',tnt,'IIOwYor,cI but don't use any letter in same word goes down to depths unknown. In housekeeping and taketh not his paKN.Y. World thrice-aswee65 more times than it appears in "Monunothcr corner was another tunnel per. Ship them to ui. We are in n noiltlon to make Htiecldnlly to our Interest toilono, We Chicago Inter Ocean 40 on Seed Grow." Tor example the extending to tho surface. Mr. Moulhaudleevery thing raised on a farm on commission; toif)ou have nny thing to sell, avail Yea, he is bound down with woe irv, nrnnnpn yourself of our services. We do an Immense business and have more buyers thau other 1 25 Home & Farm words: See, on, none, weeds, etc. ton' covered up the curious undernouses, vorresjwnucucc iuviicu. nice currcuia raaucu irec on application. O) aid his days are full of grief aud R a iiriu. We would be glad to send you any ground abode and supposed his "u u "r nu.ntii ItIWti.1,,1'.Iruiir.idj.Mn The person toriiiln thegreatest numSMtri .llllil l.t I.v lrnf. CO. (incorp'd), The Loading Commission Merchants. trouble and vexation ol spirit. tkll'SllH.lrl'iniil ail lllli'i Til s ol the above named papers. ber of words, using the letters in the troubles with tlio frogs wero over. Nilift.tiHia(tftir(lpUiit) utii utii.ttji a LOUISVILLE, KY. Murrcll Court and 110 Third Street, But sorrow endureth only for a ofTer N iiMruu.'. vrtuki m r ii.ii.iiinrui. . I,.. text, will receive One Hundred Dols Ilut a few days later ho round anis good lor new subscribers nr.d liroM s ItrtliT&l rjltll ami lici.iiiirl.Nt mrliiMti. ii. l,kl.i. ui.itti. 'Xj lucjln lud.., it, 'l h,,uiaiiih cund. lars in cash. For tho next largest other bushel or frogs in tlie samo night add joy cometh in the morning. old ones who pay one jear in advance PAVIENTS TnEATED BY MAIL He ploddcth along and endureth in list we will give f 75 in cash, for the chamber. Where the second bushel She vJ&me ot the Hext cnnnitoiiilnllr. jnr rarin nlsrs mlilri'ns, iMIli (Isiup, I T" II 111 IH next $25 cash, nnd for each of the camo from is a mystery. Near tho pitience, nnd itis written that he wiil DP QMVItKP M.VI.l.rUT ..I.MMII1KI, III., Ul, Olt I IJL.t.Orl.JHIr.l.),:iHullkllll. j " rwrniini n next ten largest lists we will give $10 spring is n marshy placo in which rceive his reward at the judgment tho frogs breed in largo numbers. In gold. If you are good at word Vis. Tlie Lexington making you can secure a valuable Will be Announced in Degeneration. V.. K. Sutherland Med. Co : M1 L' i i i i pri.s, as Tlie Monon Seed Co, intend Gi'NTs: I write this letter because re Business College. !.) giving many hundred special priz?s Tlmmins I fear that I will never I believe you have made n discovery succeed as n literary man, nf tor nil. iff' to persons sending them lists conin a cough, cold, throat and lung remHAB3TS. t'MO IMlUMrUHAI tU.; ZSX-uSsedy that the people ought to have. I freh oamplk treatmjkt. Simmons You don't mean it? taining over twenty-fiv- e words. To orove that ire havd ft mlnli-ns- . V V V T f1 refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. I Timinins But I do. I had harmless and certain cure Icr the rite your name on list of worJs Opium and Morphine Habits, ne "ill ..' Of Novombor 4, 18D6. cnrorully examined by a most have thoroughly tested it and know send a frcu samplr trial paiks.KS of .u. (numbered) and enclose the same eminent brain specialist, and ho says its wonderful merits. Pulilio intcrebt will steadily inerenso, and tho disappointniont nl tlie It cures. Dordesns to anyouc honestly ilelrlnl; postpaid with 12 two cent stamps lor to b cured. men vhoo vntos titriieil tlin scales ut tlio lint oleotion, with tlin results under thero is nothing tlio matter with mo. Any one who ever needs a remedy of il, Address OOLIJli SHiicit lb cu.,p be this kind never should a combination package of Monon W. Cor. Rata & Fifth. Cincinnati, O. r' llie adininiMrnlimi they electeii, will innko the c.unpnigii tho incut uxteneely Indiatuipolis Journal. without a bottle ol Dr. Bell's Pine . M Seeds that grow, which includes 12 cxeitimr in Iih hisUirv nt tlio country ssssm Tar Honey. Jiinuv M.Portkh, packets ol the latest and most popular I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar HonGlass and Queensware, ey for sale at the Stote of Messrs. Jan, flowers of different varieties, also parLouisville Dental Co., Paduchah, Ky. 15. 1895. Tho lending JiepuhMcuii Jtiinily nowapuper nt tlio United Htulesi, will pulilieli For sale by '., Wayne Grlffin&llro , ticulars and rules of distribution ol Giuii, Burnett & Co's. Grantsburg, , and meeting many commendations III. nil iliupulitica. iiew-- i ol tlitulay, iiilen'itiii; to every American citizen ru druggist, and Kenfrow Bros , NarprUws. This word contest will be from different pei sons of its wondertuiilleH ol jiar'y ufiiliatiniiB. rows, Ky. carefully nndconscientiously conductn I thought I would try ful met its, AUoppiieiul nnv8 in uttiuctivo fnrni, (oreigu corroPHitiilfiiiof covuinir rijjf in1,' w 1 lmve hern seriously cflected ed, nnd is solely for the purpose of bottle. tlin world, 1111 uirriciilltiral ilejinituieiit nciiiitl In initio in the tlin Some of our subscribers feel hint which nio rccoKiiutd itutliorily, fupclnniintr nhort further introducing our seeds in new lor 25 yenrs with a coui'H and pains Ixcause we have sent them n state ket C'liintry. nun in my Mde nnd breast that were caustniiB', vniiiiiulu in iiuOi niimlier, tliuureum ot tho liiiiuoriitia iii)iiib, ioreun localities. Yon will receive the biging mo n miserable life. I spent lain went ol their standing nt this office. nml liuiiiisiie, with their hest comic picliiron, nhion plalcrt und I'lulmr.iluiltv gest value in flower seeds ever offerdreds of dollars with doctors und for There is no cause fur nny hard feel, vniied and ntlraclivo i!cinrtnunt uf "ggas- ecriitinni ut wciiiioii'u nttiif.wilh iirz! ed, and besides If you are able to medic nes. but everything failed until ings. This paper must live nnd to ImtKliiiM in'crciit. Tho "New York Weeltly Tiiliimo" is an iilenl lainily icmedy. It make a good list of words nnd answer I tried this wonderful wl'h n cireulitlioii larger tlitin ihnt ni'niiy other weekly jiahlleiitii.il in THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. I live it needs the help nnd the cash of Hie. boats the world and saved my iiiior, promptly you will htand an equal Lnrjro 'clitini;vi mo liuini; We would not send iConttctid with thi fiat A, A if, CoUtg$.) the country i'sueil Iroin tho i tlieo ol n dully. lecom nencl Dr.Hell'a Pine Tar Honey its subscribers. t:iHforsctiirut,-liiitosecurea valuable prize. to everybody with weak lungs. It is out these accounts if it were not nee niude in its iletHiln, tenijinf,' to iiivo it ttienier llln and variety, nml ehjiecinlly SIIllslml Officialitin iJuvrriiur of,o tli t'oui AN IcntiMl hj li niul t f hi til Itvun lPSltililaiil i, llialliilai nll.,.. We intend spending a large amount a great success. J. H Uosiu.L. more inierentto tlio women and young piiiplu ol tlio household. We want the paper to live, rssary. ui::MiMi:Niir:i liv iti irmv nf nrrP.7.1i ..Grantsburg 111. lulnrles I, ot money in the distribution ofpries May 0.1895. A Hl'JX'IAIi CONTUAUT ontthlea u lo nlier this Silciiilul iouriiul nml sftildiiu, wUumo lollnr aggrfgsts liunilrfuU of nnd we wnnt to place it on n paying Iliiiiiitantl of ir nnuin. Kor silc by JCWnyueGiiffin & Jlro., lMM)K.U:i:ri.u uugbt ty Arlus.1 THE HEPUJiLICAN lor in this contest. We nssure you that Imssis, Come iu and see us and let H4W.IYI.St. nr rrurllr from start to nnUh. NoIlmi. 'JVit Nardruggist, and Kenlrow Bros , Uuulc No t'opylnif. Head of lluiluc! us talk these matters over. A glance your trial order with us will be most rows, Ky, 13 jers practical exprinc as ICY. aii'l sipert accountant. nt our books will convince nuy one gratifying. Write your mime pfelnly viiMait:sr AVAItl OK iu roiiLff CO that we are doing that which is prop, lujiiisAn Bi.i'iiNiiiun In this t'oMfffw, bys "Aimricsn und send list as early us possible. I'or lli'lrnuiit. tfin of MjiirUiAUil." tauslit and $5 'o 7 Gold Crowns -3HL er. uran of riiiuurtviuriii iu mmfrom (be ill id Da. 33 .t Address, Monon Sisiii) Co The time U dtvwing near far deln aiKiiri (an reporter J, Porcelain Crowns rirtitii'iit aulLors Jlu 5 ' to go ti 'he Napricu ot tho two papers is 82,25) Monon llldg., Chicago, III (The rejjulnr MibocripUnn li Till rill Vi gates to lm el'Dien Uest set ot teeth (no better made 'll.nr to Cur nil Nklii l)leiie.M j. ur k a j'ri'Ruiiiiui iiii itiBr rt..... .t n ... trali diiuiinrutrla Subscriptiuiia limy begin nt uuy timo. tional Ke publican Convention at Train HUpiitclieri ami war sitl no matter how much you pay) . $8 Simply apply "Swayne's Oint roiiipaiilM, Tlie Only Nrlioul Iu the Brtt onerallDif ft cunmleta ItalUay Hiattim fur AiMren nil P'dens to tho Louis, Mo., tor the purpose of nom$1 up tVltllil went." No internal medicine mjuir Gold fillings K. W. Baghy, a prominent lawyei tin Im'iipiU nf Ita atudnta. "VDiVIIlUAI ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, nl Silver filling 75c I'HACTirAE. INNTIIt'C ofl'uducali. Ky., sayj that l)r, Hell's inating it Pi!iident and Vice Presim an iiepiinmunia. u orsi. . , . 25c W73.00O.OU Is ss It is ex- eruptions on tlie face, nose, &c.,lenv Extracting, pel tooth ntir Tine Tar Honey cured his children of dent of tho United States. jirati(i thata iaaa (itt llreiM;tV r o.ouy iriuuiinn fiiicM'iini.i ownsj, rrectej Klrimit DE3Co,ir1;tOiraL, 3ESL3T. whooping cough when nil things else pected and itistly oo, that one of the ing the skin clear, white and healthy Painless extracting with Vitalised IIUII.ltl.Vli, (iiiuUIkJ l) us soil Its great healing and curative powers Air I a meol tti. riiilrsmentsnrourFrsctitsisyittfiiisuf 5c failed. It's n new remedy for coughs, rite your name nnd address on a postal card, send it to Cuo, V, lies iiftrnctlunSiU'nriiiu' Ural. t:irirlo l.lulil. be n colored man. nre possessed by no other remedy, KNtrpctlnjr Iree when Artificial sVaten, larTbct h. Urvvlt snil molt Guarantee by all denlern. Por D,t- deleuutes at Imkc .,.,. O 1) O...I.1. Room 2, Tribune Builditifr, New Yoru Utty, anil sample copy ot tiiu purd'Cllr B'lnlppKlTvntlUtlon. 1Solicits llulldluK . llusln.M u Ibolkuulli. Illuiltsuau.tsluu.lrra,' A4arM bv Z Wayne Grilliu K I!ro rtruiiKlst ' llwl menus i.jai uiiuer o. iv. rmw, Ask your druggist lor Swaynu's Teeth aie ordeied. Office permanent' NRW YORK WRKKIsY TUinUNK will be mailed to you. ly located 34 lyr. V. V. CALHOUN. 1'floclpsl, llnlou, Mr, or Owensboro.or W.A. Gaincs.of Coy Ointjiknt, and Kenlrow Bros., Narrows! Ky Hartford Republican , Ar-nir.,- THIS AND THAT, two-filth- s i. m 'ii ! !' o "' . I ' m . ',.'' lip Gone! Infants MOTHERS, 1 Do You Know mic. Burcau-Coiiiniwsi- oiicr- CtlNIIKFM-ION'Al- .. ? iBiKEYg PILE J .:. 1 rui fnc-Hli- ii fdLyjfttezfo e Pitcher's Castoria. Trade-Mir- J A&ri"- . ,ast-sistin- '. I I I . C.A.SNOW&COJ W Iffr 1 1 1 ... , iM7 TABTELEBB I I I -- 1 1 SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY A yy'i -- i I'.-- i i t- i ' . m ;! prices. nt-t- i . i . - i -!. . n yoy i LOD'SvTL nivfT;." iniluAi"" mm fimmn t? c ... ... s-- a Semi-Weekle- Globe-Democr- . k 1 1 EGGS AND POULTRY. HERNDOM-CARTE- 313-31- 0 L I 0 m&mjmw. 11 -. mtmi 1 HtN of the 4 yji EDSTflTES i r f WJlVHlll'I VBlutrM T my-se- ir mmmwsw TEEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, t pxM mat m nun-Ho- jirk nTiiBssf 11 11 OWENSBORO, $1.2S ONE YEAR i dvanc touk-f'P- ir I ... UEPUBU'CAN. -