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PtnrtCTLY HARMLCB8. 10 Vfin by ttintmn.lt if I'lnKAimure nivtr rails lortiievtchiMrinuf all k Teething Troubles no opium or oilier roitonoui atvz. write ior circulars irte. bo J fey Tie Haetdrd OFFICIAL TTw EPUBIICAN. DISTRICT Doctor prescribe Pink Mixture became II It known to contain all dealeri, In & OMAN OF THE PA&1V IH IBS Wlk HZSM 28c, and 00c. DoTTtte. F. W. FLOYD CO., Owtmboro, Ky. VOL. VIII. KaanSSSSh. HAKTl'OKD, KY., FR1DAY,AP1UL 10, 1890. CONVENTION. Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 37. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE forget to take It. Now1 is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluzglsh Liver brines on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the 'Constitution and reck health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIMAIONS LlVUR REGULATOR you want. The word REGIt from all other ULATOR distinguishes remedies. And, besides this, SMMONA I IVER 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 anv o'her medicine, and there Is no other Llvrr remedy like SIMMONS LIVER RECiULATOR-theKln- gof Liver Remedies. Be si're you get It. T. If. Zellln & Co., l'hllaitclplita. I'm Tor pearly 8Krea m r tMFBffiftlttK3!M C3 no ira 0 d CD An JintliuslattUo Bicotlnp; Beavov Dum. 4- - at ,9a C2 - Bjr&faJ Baking 1 IsSimmons Liver Regulator. Don't 111. a. 11. iasii:' Mi:i.vrr.i. 2X732; XXIESXjZ? THE Xj IES AlXX - mmmw -- . . 0 d . M Q (ft s 0 U U M o CO loo 3P:r Cent, tla. I3t3aca.s03trLost- - - WRITE FOll CATALOG V- K- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from THEGEO.BELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, i Pursuant to cill ol the Dlsttict Chairman, Dr Khorer, the Republicans of the 7U1 ttenntoiinl District met in Delegated Convention at Beaver Dam lut Friday to nominate a candidate to succeed the Hon. A. D. James In the Scnitic of Kentucky. Chaim.in Rhorer called the house to order cUteH the object of meeting, after which Kfcdec'irol nominations in rrder br Tenipoiary Chairman Hon. N. T. How-irJof Butler county was chosen us Chairman, Sam A. Andeison was elected Secretaty. The Chan appointed the following ouimittee on credentials: W. A. Gibson, 15. P James, Dr. M. Khorer, whose report was aJopted, showing the required number of delegates, etc. The following committee was appointed 011 rules; M. H. Thatcher, C. M. Harnett, G. M. York. They made the following report which was adopted. The committee on Rules would report ns follows. The order of busi ness of this Convention shall be: Reports of counties, nominations. The basis of representation shall be one vote for each 100 votes 'or fraction thereof cast for W. O. Bradly for Governor at the recent State election on which entitles the various counties to the following vote: Butler 16, Muhlenberg iS and Ohio 22. , I &gZ&53 4BS0WiTEE.Y kGWuSa pure JMOWING Tin: r.riAvi: at iiomi:. The maid whobinds her warrior'ssash, With smile that well her pain dissembles, A FAVORABLE The Statistics of Ohio County as Compiled by County Assessor, N.C. Danlal, and His Corps of Ablo Doputlos. The while beneath her droopiug la3h One starry tear drop hangs and tremblcR, Though heaven alone records thetear, And fame shall never know her stoty, Her heart has shed a drop as dear As e'er bedewed the field of glory w PROFESSIONAL OAliD. 1 iff who girds her husband's sword, 'Mid little ones who weep or won der, And bravely speaks.the cheering word, What though her heart be rent asThe Doomed nightly in her dreams to hear The bolts of death around him rat- under, tle, Hath shed as sacred blood as e'er Was poured upon the field of battlel The rules govering the deliberation of this Convention shall be those adopted by the Lower House of the present General Assembly of the State of Kentucky so fir as applicable. M. H. Thatcher, C. M Barnett, G. M York. The committee on resolutions composed ot M. L. Heavrin, M. L. Waid, font B. Wilson reported as follows Henderson.Ky proving. The good peopTe of this vicinity anCommonwealth of Kontucky ticipate organizing a Sunday School Ohio Coumty: To Tint Siirriim' oi' at our church, Sunday, April 5th. Wiikrgvs, A vacancy exists In the Everybody is invited to attend. We office ol Senator in the General Ashope to have the most interesting sembly ol the Commonwealth ot KenSunday Schdol thisyearthan we have tucky from the Seventh Senatorial ever had at this place. District composed of the counties of Dora Dean. Said Ohio, Muhlenberg and Uutler. April 2, 189C. vacancy occurring while the General Doii'l Slop Toluirro. HOW TO CUBH YOUK8EI.P SPECIAL ELECTION. been sick for sevcal days past is ims V 9 - Assembly was in session. Now, therelore, I, V. J. Worthinj?-ton- , Lieutenant Governor and I5x o President ot the Senate of KenM tucky, do issue this, my writ of elecIRN K tion and command that you c uise polls wk. I JbJ BtTTEKS, MraBV to be opened at ths several voting lL JM which is also places in your said county of Ohio, good for you or k&jJL. (as a part of the 7th Senatorial Dis any member of iiCy W. ml "le f,,m"y who jkaup " trict) and a special election to be held feels unwell. H&Kt V in the haul county, as required by the Statute 111 such cases provided, on Tuesday, April 21st, iSpG.for the purpose ol electing a suitable nnd eligible person as Senator in the Geneial Assembly of Kentuaky Irom the said We will luiuiidi you the Dally nm! Seventh Senatorial District, to fill mid This Sunday Courier-Journthe aforesaid vacancy in slid office, for one year lor $S 25 and you are futther commanded to cause notice to be given as provided MILKS' l'AIN 1'll.I.S. by law. Onu ilum." Given under my hand this 24th J. IV. mrtus. day of March, 1S96. L U. ft. ofi-ci- who will control KfiK. the world nftcr we ...w r,ui. n prolmlily you have a nervous, weak or puny child that need's building up; if so, Rive it Hkown's It's our children NkU " IBk WHILE USING IT. fibt, PfT 1 VI ii m The tobacco habit glows on a man until his nervous system is euriuugly affected, imparing health, comfort and To quit suddenly it, too happiness. n-ii-t 11 ' IF YOU WANT THE BEST PftiClI for your TODACCO, Ship to RICE & GIVF.NS, W.J. Wokthisotos, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate of Kentucky. Pursuant to command in the fore going wilt for a Special Election, notice is hereby given that I will cause n poll to be opened nnd nn election to TOBACCO WAREHGU8I, 002 to 003 W. Main Louisville, Ky. 91 r7iSvi CINCINNATI ' THE QUICKEST LINEDtTWtCN be held in eachof the voting precincts In Ohio county on Tuesday, April 2 1st, 1S96, for the purpose aforementioned, in said writ. Given under my hand this 27th day C. P. Kr.ow.v, of Match, 1S96, SherifiOhio Co. - LliUEfJllll Direct Connection! For AND THE EAST. Direct Connections (or all Points In apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requir Cures tetter, eczema, itch, al cd. eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav ing the skill clear, white and healthy Its great healing nnd curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Swayne's Ointment. 34 iyr. Siuijily "llnu' lo 4'iire nil Mcln lU-nrN.- " Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, l'ariucrs are vers busy prepariug for another crop. Wheat looks bad, But few farmers in this part of the country anticipate raising tobacco. Miss Ida Leach is very sick at this Miiritrv. FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write for information to the pearcit agent ol the Chei.pcake, Ohio & Southwestern K. K. JOHN ECHOLS, Ocn't Maugr. LOUISVILLE. S.G, HATCH, Ccn'l Tans. KY. At. -3- STIH QUANTITY. OE3TINQUALITV. WHITE'S BnEH VERIVIIFUGEi FOR SO YEARS Has led all WORM Romodlos. I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BOLD II V ALK, UUVGUIBTM. Ir.p.r4 bv IICniKMOI ItDUIMfO., IT, ions. Wlitillg, Mr. Warren Haley, Beaver Dam, was the guest of his uncle Mr. G. A, Austin last Sunday, Miss Sue Williams made a flying ttip to Iloiton last Friday. Mi.ss Alice Leach, ol Mt Pleasant spent Thursday night in our midst. Mr. 1'lcni Stevens nnd fainilyigave Mr and Mrs, James Austin n pleasant call Inst Sunday evening, j Mrs. Uettie I!altzell, Beaver Dam, was the guest (if her brother, Mi, George Smith, Saturday and Sunday. Miss OU Williams who has been sewing in Beaver Dam lor five months past has re turned home. We welcome Ola back In our midst. Mr. S C Stevens spentSundny last in Morton, with friends. Mr, C II. Stevens lost a good horse Health and Strength are gtnrantee.l not long since by its use fifty cents and $1 00 at Little MIsh Bessie Aintiu who lias Williams & Bell's Drug Store. , severe a shock to the system, as tobacco to an invelcrato user becomes a stimulant that his system continual y is a scieutific craves. "Jkco-Cur- o" euro for the tocacco habit, 111 all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin phjsi-cian- s who has used it in his private practice since 1872, without a failure. It is purely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly barnibess. You can use M. L. Ward nominated Dr. A. D. all the tobacco you want while tukiug Jamts to succeed himself. W.A.Gib,' "llaco-Curo- ." It will notify you sin moved that the nomination be when to stop. Wo gtvo a written made unanimous, seconed by Judge guarautco to euro permanently any Dr James was dewith three boxes, or refund the Juo. P. Morton cuso money with 10 per cent, interest. clared the nominee of the Convention "13aco-Curianota substitute, but and the Chair appointed J. S. R. Wedn scientific euro, that cures with- ding, Judge Jno. P. Morton and M.II. out the aid oi will power and with no Thatchjtr a committee to comfer with inconvenience. It leaves the system Dr. James by telegram. The followas puro and freo from nicotine as the ing telegram was sent and in a few day you took your first chew or smoke. minutes Dr. James replied: liaco-Cur- o Cured By and gained Beaver DAM.April 3,'9G. Thirty pounds. From huudreds of testimonials, the Dr. A. D. James, Pcnrod, Ky. You have been nominated by acclaoriginals of which nro on tilo and open to inspection, tho following is prcs.'nts mation to succeed yourself as Senaed. tor. Will you accept? Answer imClavtou,NevadaCo.,Ark.,Jan. 28,'95. mediately. J'iiireka Chemical & Mfg,, Co., La J. S. R. WEDDINO, ) Crofee, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty I Com. Jno. P. Morton, veals I used tobacco in all its forms. J M H Thatcher, twenty-fiv- e years tit that time I For Penrod, Ky., April 3. was a great sufferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen J. S.R.WeddingJno.Moiton: Yes, wilt accept. years I tried to quit, but couldn't. 1 A D. James took various remedies, among others While walling to hear from Dr. "The Indian Tobacco was entertain-e- d Antidote." Double Chlorideof Gold." James the Convention by lions. N. T. Howard and C. M. them did 1110 the etc., etc., but none of least bit of good. Fiunlly, however, Barnett, who told of their experience I purchased a box of your ''Uaco. in the late Legislature. Curo" nnd it has entirely cured mo of No other business coming before tho habit in all its forme, mid I liuvo the Convention, adjournit increased thirty pounds in weight und ed with a vote ot thanks to the people nm relieved from all tho numerous of Beaver Dam and especially to the aches and pnns ot body and mind. I members of the Beaver Dam Brass could write a quire of paper upon my B md. changed feelings and conditions. Yours respectfully, P. II. Mariiuky, Pastor C. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. Don't let anyone persuade you to So'd by all drupgist at $1.00 per take anything else instead of Simbox; three boxes, (thirty days' treatmons Liver Regulator. Some merwritten ment), $2.50 with iron-clchants will try to do this but not for guarantee, or sent direct upon receipt litof pr'tco. Writo for booklet and your good They do it to make a proofs, Eureka Chemical & Mfg, tle nioic profit on something which Co., La Crosse, Wis., and Boston, is of an Inferior quality , though you !17- -0 Mass. mo, must pay just as much for the bad as for the good. Be sure to take Simmons Liver Regulator nnd nothing Dill Y1111 I! er else. Look for the Red 'A on every Try Ulectilct Bitters as a remedy for package. your troubles? If not, get a bottle Why suffer with Coughs, Colds nnd now nnd get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapt- LaGnppu when Laxative Bkomo Quinine will cure you in one day. ed to the relief nnd cure of all Petunia Does not pmdiicc the ringing in the exerting n woitdcrltil di- head like Sulphatorif Quinine. Put Complaints, rect influence in giving strength and up 111 tablet convenient for taking, to cure, or money refundone to the organs. If you have Loss Uuar,i'!t For sale by ed, Pri 15 CVnts. of Appetite, Constlpttion, Headache, Williams & Bell, Hartford; Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, K. V. Wlilloms.HeaverDam; Sleepless, Kxcltable, Melancholy or A. S Anil, Sulphur Springs; Brown & Chapman, Ccntertown; taoubled with Dizzy Spells, Klectrk R. 15 Her & Co,, Rockport. Bitters is the medicine you need m "No-To-Ikc- ." ad - We, the Republicans, in Conven. tions assembled, resolved. 1. That we endorse and approve the Hon. W. O. Bradley in his administration and find in him a man with courage and convictions, and one who is at all times ready to suppress any and all lawlessness and protect the citizens of the State. 2. That we approve of the action oi Governor Bradley, in his , prompt action in calling out the State Militia at the time he did. 3. That we condemn the action of the State Senate in usurping its power to judge and turn out its membeis without cause or reason or giving to them a chance to be heard and courtesy to all of them. M L.HEAVniN1, Ch'iu'n. While the Committees were out Hon. J. S. K. Welding was called on for a speech, nnd responded with a ringing little rpeecli. Afterthe Committee's reports Were read, nominations were in order lor State Senator. presses, Then breaths a few brave woids and brief, Kissing the patriot brow she blesses, With no one but her secret God To know the pain that weighs upon 28. 100 her. Total $67,019 Sheds holy blood as e'er the sod By foregoing table we observe that Received on freedom's field of honor! Hartford district has greatest number Thomas Buchanan Read. but they are lised at a smaller value Conclcil.l'tl TcNlllllOlljr. per head than hogs in any other disChas. B. Hood Broker and Manutrict. Here they are listed at nearly facturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, $2.10 per head. Cromwell hogs are certifies that Dr. King's New Discovvalued highest, the average price per ery has no equal as a Cough remedy. head in that district being a small J, D Brown, Prop. St. James Hotel, iraction more than $2.70. Additional Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was list average price is a fraction more cured of a Cough of two years stand- than $1.63 per head. ing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. That each voting precinct may King's New Discovery. B. F. Mer- know how they stand in this matter rill, Baldwinsville, Mass., says that of pork, tiausage, ham and jowl and he has used and recommended it and what It is valued at, we below will never new it to fail and would rather tell, viz.: have it than any doctor, because it al- Precinct Val No.hogs ways cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. If. Hartford 1,460 $3, 139 25th St., Chicago, always keeps it at W. Hartford 1,890 803 hand and has no fear of Croup, be- Beda 810 2,059 cause it instantly relieves. Free Sulphur Sp.gs 1,684 n,o88 Trials Bottles at Williams & Bell's Magan 2,326 4,504 Drug Store. Cromwell 1,387 3,974 2,705 he Cool Springs 1,054 Whenever a druggist tells 3i66i 1,175 has something justas good forcoughs, Rockport grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarHons Select 1,809 599 ey don't you believe it, for we guar Horse Branch, 1,464 3, 192 ante that it is not true. We make 3,060 994 the genuine and authorize all drug- Rosine 3.645 '1,514 gists to guarantee it. The If. If. Beaver Dam McHenry Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. 1,377 391 For sale byZ. Wayne Griffin &Bro., Centertown 2,284 5.077 druggist, and Renfrew Bros. Narrows. Smallhouse 2,172 895 Ky. E. Fordsville 3,833 3.82 1,825 814 Spain cannot tolerate the truth W. Fordsville 2,831 1,178 about her bloody campaign in Cuba, Aetnaville 1,203 2.545 and the newspaper correspondents Shrcve 2,204 703 who date.3 to tell it does so at his per- Olaton 2,067 1,004 il. The fixpulsionof a correspondent Buiord Bartletts 3,304 1,515 from the island is on general princi80S 1,929 ples and uuconsoious compliment to Heflin 202 303 his own truthlulness nnd a tribute to Added list This precunei table sIiotvs that Mathe honesty and enterprise of the journal he represents. To be an gan has 1110: it nogs 2,326, but in valAmerican is of itself enough to make uation they are worth only a iraction Center-tow- n a man hateful to the eyes of the Span- more than $1.93. per head. is a close rival in number of Ameriiards, but to be a truth-tellinhogs, but they are worth more per can renders him doubly obnoxious. Mchead than the Mt'gan porkers. o'iii.i:u. Henry has smallest number ol hogs, Health is good in this community. but In value they lead every precinct Mr. Dock Ward has returned from in the county, the average price bes Evansville, where he has been with ing a little over $3,52 per head. Ola-toa ratt of bgs. average price $3.10, Rosin's Miss Ora Barnett is at home again Without $3 oS and Select's $3.02. after a two month's visit among iurther comment will say this winds friends nnd relatives in Daviess and up our live stock statistics, but we McLean counties. have a few more ideas ior next two Mr. Henry Park and wife, Daviess issues of this paper nnd then we will The mother who conceales her grief, While to her breast her son she OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special atIn the following statistics it will be tention given to collections. Cilice, noticed that our county listed $28,100 Bank of Commerco Building. hogs or a fraction more than 5 hogs for Jnm.N. tllenu, J.N. II. Wrdilliic each of our 5,612 voters. They were GLENN & WEDDING, valued at $67,019 or nearly $2.39 per head. Taken by Justices Districts we find them distributed ns follows: HARTFORD, KY. (Office, ofer Anderson's Bazaar.) Val No.hogs Dist. Will practice their profession in alt 7,083 Hartford $15,680 the courts of Ohio and adjoining counCromwell 5,679 15.34' ties, and court of Appeals. Special Rosine 15,281 attention given collections. 6,078 Also Fordsville 13,087 Notary Public for Ohio county. 5,731 uulord 7,300 3.327 s .A.. Added list 202 330 LAWYER, LAWYERS, Smith, JTTB81Y (f AW IIAHTFOItl), KY. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and 'court ot Appeals. Special attention given t" collections. Uihce east side oi purjn square. M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. KitorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at ' Law. Beaver Dam, Perry Westerfield, Ky. yi Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and ndjoining Also Notary Public. counties. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. H. WEDDING jfflllHT WILL W. H. BARBIES Lffl) Hartford, Ky. practice his proieeeion in all courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Spec; lal attention given to collections, Qffico next door below Commeri cial Hotel. Will practice his profession in all tli courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to al business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office with the county Attornoy. Also Notary Public Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. lDr&7WEltt3ZH$rT n's HARTFORD, Will practico his profession in tho Courts oi Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. JC&w, Attorney atKY. EL I3- - 3ST7mj&l.X-(County Attorney) m, county, visited relatives in this vicinity week before last. Miss Erna Anderson spent last Monday week in the neighborhood, the guest of her sister, Mrs, Jo. A. Barnett. Mr. Situson Barnett nnd daughters, La sea and Mable, of McLean county, spent Saturday and Sunday in this vicinity Miss Nina Bennett is visiting Mrs. Annie Barnett at this writing. Dillas Ward and family, from above Hartford, spent last Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs Berry Rial. Mr. Sherman Williams has returned home and is now prepared to do all kinds of dental work. A Passer-By- . stop. Mr. Will Sklllmanhas had the sore eyes for years. He has tried many doctors and remedies, and has always failed to get reliet until we sold him a tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve, which cured him inside of one Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey week. sells well and cures. Rea'y, M. MttYBR & Co, , Buras, Ky. January 15, 1895. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has done a great deal more for me than can be told by pen. W.H.Skii.i.man. Buras, Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Narrows, Ky. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. col given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to Ac., making also Notary Public ior Ohio County. Office North eido oi public spure. 0 JNO. B. WILSON, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio nud udjoiniug counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at jaw R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Nirlnir Time Is when nearly everyone feels the need of some blood purifying, strength invigorating and health producing medicine. The real merit of Hood's Sarsapanlla is the reason ot itf popularity. Its uncqualed success Is its best recommendation The whole system is susceptible to the most good from a medicine like Hood's Sarsaparllla takenat this time, nnd we would lay special stress upon the time nnd remedy, for history lias it recotded that delays are dangerous. The remarknble success nchlcved by Hood's Sarsaparllla and the many words of praise it has received, make it wotthy of your confidence. Wo ask you to give this medicine a lair trial. wide-sprea- ulcerate, bccomlngverysore. Swane's Ointment stops the itching and bleed- Office ing, heals ulceration, and in most cases reuioves the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne& Sou, Philadelphia. men! Mien! Ilclilng lMlca. Symptoms Moisture; intense itching ntid stingingjmost at night;worse by scratching. Ii allowed to continue tumors form, which olten bleed and )r.. fi. 416 Upp. arnaer IND. SPECIALTY: Eyo, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, First st. J. R. PIRTLE Monthly TiUns curixl y Dr. MlkV I'ulu I'llU. Ueiivrnl Job l'rliilliiit. We will do you ns neat a job of printing ns you can get in any country or city office In Kentucky. II you want any thing in our Hue, get our prices before sending your order elsewhere. Printing stationary means II DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. UllMWM a M Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Pitcher's Castorla, Children Cry for Prcstage. Examine our samples of Letter hea'ds, Note heads, and Envelops, We print bill heads, statements, and posters. In fact we are prepared to do anything In the line of general job prinning, Good, work and fair prices. Is prepared to do any nnd all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most Office over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air for paiuless extraction 0 teeth' tP&SXKBUt?' t ,; "KftMr - '" "' j.wCi wf IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with sonic reluctance. After getting money the diQiculty is to keep it. lisn't it true that you arc constantly remitted to nart with it. II you ask us if we arc putting temptation in vour wav. there's nothing lclt for: us but to own tip, that's just what we are doing. You know it may easily be as foolish to keep money as it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices in an advertisement conveys but an indistinct idea of the qualities you are to receive for those prices. Vote the Log Cabin ticket. Polls close at 4 CONVENTION. o'clock Vote early. solicitation whatever the Hartford JferaM tins gone Popu listlo. Wnnour any Largo aud Enthusiastic Mooting at tho Court Houso. which has only 38 or 40 Republican voters was represented, Chairman Harnett, County Clerk Hoeker, Cot. J. S. R Wedding. Richs nrd Jarnagiu ami Jno. Henry Thomas entertained the crowd with their eloquence, In '! N Nothing flows so treely from the facile pen oi some advertisersas falsehoods. It is Just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to $1" is no more labor than to rvrite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is effective. In many deemed more the phrases "Marked instances 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 barirain. It is an easy matterto men tion prices, but a very difficult thing -. to uescnue quuiuica w. .....v. 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 at a glance how near the truth the description came, but as this is impossible, resort is had in many instances to the reckless use of superlativeadjectives 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. .- w Ferry Westervield, Salesman. Hartford Republican HAM A. ANIIEIISO.V KtlHor. Subscription, $1.25 per year. Friday, April :o, Special election. Vote Vote 21st. for James. for Dr. A. D. James. election, 1S96 Special Tuesday, April vote for Dr. At special election, James. Ov Tuesday, April 21st, go to the polls and vote for Dr. A. D. James for State Senator. Will the upright honest Democ racy obey the scheming Mugwump , ... . . vn wu; 00B3C3 anu piay wig wag ..9 not. think Ohio county did herself proud when she selected her present RepubIf voters will do lican Committee. well as said committee their duty as success is already assured. Oiiio county Republicans will be well represented in both District and See State Conventions next week. list of delegates elsewhere in this issue. How is Editor Felix? sinco ho has forced himself and his paper into the Populist ranks, going to explain the abuse both have for months heaped upon said party? bosses had not so ordered it, Frankie would not have attempted to foreo himself and his paper into the People's party Individually ho dues not ranks. possess brass enough to do such a thing, hut as 'Simon said Wig Wag" he wigged and he wagged. M jj Ir the scheming mugwump Tin: Olympic Games were opened at Athens on Monday with imposiug ceremouies, and un nttendanco of Tho Amercan athletes car 80,000. ried off first honors in every contest J. B. Cou-nal- ly in which they entered, wou the hop, stop and jump, covering 13.71 meters, inches, nearly. oH4 feet 11s f ' Tin: great majority of thoso who voted for Governor Hradloy last year are loyal to him, nnil tho ouly oppo. sition is dwindling away as it becomes more aiid more apparant that Kentucky is goiug to stand squarely by Tho ather own splendid leader. tempt to make it appear that Gov. Hradleyis opposing McKinloy is not deceiving any McKinloy men who are in his confidence. Ohio county Republicans began u scries of meetings last Thursday which resulted iu a general revival ail over the county on Saturday and a regular lovo feast hero on Monday. Doors will ho open for addition of now converts on Tuesday, April 21st, iu every precinct in tho county at which timo the names- of hutidreds of now members will he enrolled. Rooks this ollice. tiro now being prepared at lolls cioso at u emeu. Vote early I 13 "" UuU in lima rui. ttoM !; y.dr Cluud. "" Cm IJ1 I gaJrL Monday was a gala day lor the Reffcrald was never known to tell the truth nhmit a Re- publicans (if Ohio county. The mornHut its lies ing wit j bad, but n large number bepublican Convention. only tend to help tlto Republican gan to arrive early and by noon the streets, were full ol them. Promptly Populists party in Ohio county. nt one o'clock Secretary W. A. Gibwill remember tho nbuso it heaped son called the house to order and statupon Mr. Pirtlo a lew months ago. ed the object of the meeting. Hon.J. Quito u comparison now? S. R. Wedding nominated Hon. CM. Fiiaskie's paper, tho Hartford Harnett tor Chnirmnn. He was chos-e- n without any opposition, and upon JferaUl, vll no doubt dance to a Hvei takin the chair was loudly applaudlier People's Party tune next week ed. He made n ringing Republican than it did last Wednesday, as tho speeca in which he completely captischeming Democratic wire pulling vated his hearers. Sam A. Anderson bosses have hold of the string now and was elected Secretary and the Convenwhen they pull Frankio jump?. tion proceeded to busine?. Watch him jump. Ha. lm! Upon motion ot J. A Smith the Chair appointed the following ComTax payers, don't join the "Wig mittee on J A. Smith, resolutions: Wag" party, hut go to tho polls on A. B. Stanley, M. S. Ragland, Wood April 21st, ami vote for Tinsley, H. II. Davis, G. Tuesday, W.Mnddox, honesty and purity in politics by Jas. DeWeejse. While the Committee stamping your ballot iu tho large was out speeches were made by J. S. square containing Uip Log Cabin, R. Wedding. D. M. Hoeker, R. C. thereby sendiug Dr. James hick to Jarnagiu and Jno. II. Thomas, which fill out tho unexpired term, which served to liven the crowd. The Committee made the following report rightly belongs to him. whioh was adopted: It is strange how they do it, hut Resolved, By the Republicans of It was only Ohio county in they do it all the same. Convention assemlast Tuesday that the Democratic wire bled: manipulators pulling managers, 1 That we approve the call of this schemers and bosses of this Senatorial convention, the call for n district conDistrict met at Beaver Dam and or- vention at Hodgensville April 14, and dered Felix to force himself and his State Convention to be held in the paper, the Hartfoid JlmM, upon city oi Louisville, April 15. 2. That we approve the honest efthe Populist party for the present two week's campaign aud Frankie obeyed forts of the Republican House of RepIt resentatives to redeem our pledges to promptly Wednesday morning. is another game of Simon says the people, to pass laws for the finanWig Wag and Frankie is in the game cial relief of theState and take it from but the honett upright Democracy its present bankrupt condition, brought about by Democratic incomwont join in the game nor will our of petency and e xtragance; to abolish tax payers who count the co3ts unnecessary offices and the State special elections. Board of Equalization; to reduce exelection ordered to be cessive salaries;to rclievethe oppresss The special held April 21st to elect a State Sen ed nnd unpaid miners and other las ator to fill the vacaocy caused by borers, and condemn In unmeasured terms the Democratic Senate lor its Democratic Senators declaring the defeat of all these measures. seat of our Senator, Dr. A. D.James, 3. That we denounce the revoluhim any vacaut, without even giving tionary actions of the Senate majorisort of a trial, will cost the tax pay ty; its farcial expulsion of Senators ers of this district not less than James and Walton, and commend the (81,100.00) eleven hundred dollars in action of our honored Governor in cash, besides the los3 of time to atevoking the aid olthe State Militia to tend the election, and this, notwith- prevent the disgrace and bloodshed standing the fact that the Senator which was sure to have been the clielected will only be able to draw max of the trampling under foot of ($300.00.) thrci hundred dollars as law, order and decency by the DemoTax cratic officers of the Senate, urged on salary for his term of office. dipayers of Ohio county will be forced by a horde ot armed desperadoes, to pay in cash not less than (Sllo.OO) rected by Senator Blackburn. 4. That Ohio county Republicans, four hundred and fifteen dollars of remembering that Gov. Wm. O.Bradthis election expeuse. ley has never failed to come to their The alleged "McKinley men" are aid with his powerful logic and matchbadly rattled in this State and a great less eloquence, when, in need they many who, a few days age, were have appealed to him, and believing clarameriiig for the Ohioau, have him to be the equal, in every respect, concluded that the very gauzy stories to any of our many worthy Presiden of future pie that are being told for tial aspirants, desire to stand by Kentucky's gifted son, and hereby stimulation for the attempted war on direct our delegates to the district and Gov. Bradley, need some corroboraState Conventions to vole to instruct tion. In other words the office seek delegates from the district and State know iug contingent would like to at large to the Natioral Convention whether McKinley has authorized to vote for and use all honorable anybody to promise tho patronage ol means to secure his nomination for the National administrrtion in case President at St. Louis. As a matter of fact, he succeeds. 5. That we endorse the course ot Gov. McKinloy's managers have our distinguished Congressman, Hon. written to Gov. Bradley's frieuds re- Jno. W. Lewis, nt Washington. Esy fight in pecially his untiring efloits in behalf pudiating the Kentucky, that is being made under of internal improvements in his district, and we rnstiuctour delegates to the pretense of helping McKinley. the district convention at Hodgensville to cast the vote of Ohio county Health only moderately good in for him for this community. 6 That our delegates to the State Mrs. John R, Clark is very low at Convention are instructed to vote lor this writing. Gev. E. II. Hobson, of Green county, Kiln, daughter of Mrs. and Senator W. J. Deboe, of CrittenForeman, is very low with lung den county, for two of the delegates trouble. from the State at large to the NationMrs. Tine Brown, wife of X. E. al Convention. Brown, died last Friday, leaving a 7. That we further instructour delfamily of five children: one only a egates to the district convention to month old. She was a good woman, cast the solid vote of Ohio county for neighbor and a consistent member Hon. C. M. Bornett for as of the Christinu Church and leaves n member of the State Central Commithost of sorrowing friends and rela- tee from this district, and for Col. J, tives. S. R Wedding for district delegate to Born to the wifeol Ben MidkifT, the the National Convention, 2nd insta girl. 8. That the following named l, Messrs. Willie and Raymond hereby appointed delegates to Joe Stevens and Thomas Hard the district convention at Hodgensister, Mrs. Stevens nnd daughter, ville and the State Convention at Nancy, Miss Maggie Hardister went Louisville, together with all other to Whitesville to church Sunday good Republicansof Ohio countv who Rev. II. D. Burch preached at mny desire to attend said ConvenSaturday and Sunday to a good tions: J. S. R. Wedding. C M. Bar sige audience. nett, C. N. Marks, Jno. P. Morton.C. Rev. Burch will preach at the old P. Keowii, W A. Gibson.C L Woodbarbecue grounds near Mines Mill ward, A. B. Stanley, A. 3 Aull, V. each first Sunday at 3 p. 111, and Rev. II. Lyons, S.L. Stcvens.J.H. Roberts, John Storms each third Sunday. The II. C Leach, G. D. Royal. M L. people in the vicinity are trying to Heavriu, Dr. J. W.Meador.Ike Adair, get n preacher for each Sunday in the P. A. Gary, (of col.) Sam Gains, Dr month. J. L. Lisle, Nicholas Barrass, Dee Mr. A P. Tanner and Miss Caltha Render, S A. Anderson. ' J. A. Smith, Johnson were married at the house of A. H. Stanley, your .scribe the 8th nt 3 p. m. The M. R. Ragland, groom is n very prominent young Com. Wood Tinsley, community, sou ol Mr. man of this II. II Davis, G W. Maddox, Sam Tanner. The bride is a daughtIas DrWerse, er of Mrs. N, A. Johnson, ol Center-towA roll of the county was called for from the Nearly all the horses in this comCounty Committeemen munity have distemper, greatly hin- County nt large, which resulted in the dering the farmers. selection of W. A. Gibson nnd Jud,je Mr. nnd Mrs. Asberry, of Hancock Jno. P. Motton. county, were in the vicinity Inst SunThere being no further business beZealot. day. fore the Convention a motion was made to adjourn, which cartied nnd Itc, llrury lo l.ri'lure. the Convention was declared udjourn-ed- . A letter was received hen Wedncs-froIMwIn Drury itating that Rev. NOTFS. he would be bete. Monday nnd lecture fonr nights, beginning Monday night Mr. Gibson received the Imtruc-tlon- s Kv-e- ry from every precinct in the coun13, nnd close Thursday night. to come out nnd ty tave two tor Committeeman at body is invited hear him large, Col. Birnett Is an ideal presiding The Oensboro Inquirer made un officer. nhslgntuent Wednesday lot the Hon Thos. S. creditors. Harmony wat no name for it. It Mr. Casey, was a perfect "love feast." Petit is the assignee the owner, sayahe will be able to pay Every precinct except Aetnaville out. Tin: Ilnrtford tho Sablna llnnk 20 years. He gladly testifies to tho merit of Hood's P. Morton were selected as commitami what ho says Is worthy teemen Irout the county at large. The nttcntlon. All brain workers find peculiarly adapted Committee elected 'V. A. Gibson Hood's Sarsaparilla innkes pure, rich, to their needs, it Chalrmrn and Judge Jno P.Morton as red blood, nnd from this comes nerve, mental, bodily and digestive strength, Secretary of said body, which is already at work organizing for April "lam glad to say that Hood's Banapa-rlllr- v Is a very good medicine, especially aist. Watch them. as a blood purlOor. It has done, mo good many times. For several years I suffered Easter exercises were conducted on greatly with pains of n grand scale by the Centcrtown Sunday School Inst Sunday. Regular services were held nnd a grand Easter A In one oyo and about my temples, esgathering wag held afterward. large number were In nttendnncc and pecially at night when I had been having a general good time is reported. Rev. a hard day ot physical and mental labor. I took many remedies, but found help only J. C. Brandon preached in the tore-noIn Hood's Barsaparllla which cured me of Centertowu always comsi'to rheumatism, neuralgia and headache. the front in anything she undci lakes. Hood's Barsaparllla has proved Itself a true, friend. 1 also take Hood's rills to keep like, tho pills Mr. W. II. Williams has accepted a my bonds regular, and very much." Isaac Uswis, Bablna, Ohio. position with the Farmer's Touaci o He will Warehouse of LouisiIle. move his family there this week. Sarsn-parllla, of County Committee W. A. Gibson nnd Judge Jno. President Isaac La wis of Sablnn, Ohio, is highly respected all through that hrctiou. Holms lived In Clinton Co. 75 years, mid has been president of Bank ftcirnifcirel TcirniicireII Neuralgia Q nii" f I YM carried better. urarMsLT on. When it moved that our Furniture stood moving better than tho average which simply means that our Furniture is nhivotho average, nnd that mentis n good deal too, unwudays when tho quality of Furniture aver-njc- s In buying Furnituro do one or two things before you buy an) thing. Make up your mind how much yim want to spend uml cue what wo can give yuu for tfiut amount, or olu make up yutir mind what grade ol Furnituro Always the lowest on you want and coinpnro our prloo with that of ntlicro. JbyllncKiiMid lo 2'J!M!.11 St Ann Street, smoprade of Furnituro. .'15 12t O rcusboro, Ky. , APPEAL TO VOTERS! A Stato Hood's Sarsaparilla l.thc One True Blood Purifier. All druRRlils. 11. lTcmred only by C 1. Uood & Co.. Until. Mass. are pronipt, edclent and MOOU S FlllS easy In effect, acents. Succcm ir to Martin V. Smith. whan you can make tho Sonator toEloctniid a Special Election Or- dorodtoboHeldon Tuesday April 21, 1806. I J The voters ol Ohio county are hereby notified that a Special Election has been ordered and will be held on Tuesday April atst for the purpose ol electing a Senator from this district to fill the vacancy caused by the Democratic Senators, iu our late Legislature, expelling our Senator, Dr. A. D. James, or rather by declaring his seat vacant without any charge being preferred against him and with- out giving him any sott of a trial. Such an outrage was neer before perpetrated by any Legislative body and I dare say no set of men outside of our present "job lot" of Democratic Senators would dare to attempt such a wrong. Not being satisfied with preventing the passing of a rev enue bill so as to enable our State to pay her officers, our juryman and our school teachers, they have spitefully forced Qhio. Butler and Muhlenberg counties to stand the expense ot this Special Election. This will cost Ohio county tax pnvers not less than four hundred and fifteem dollars and they must foot the bill. An outrageous expense, caused by an outrageous Democratic Senate The Republican party met in convention at Beaver Dam last Friday, April 3rd, and nominated , Dr. A. D. James to fill out his unexpired term and we should by all means re elect 1.1 licit 1Y. The good people ot Liberty organized a Sunday School nt our church last Sunday, Aptil 5U1. Prospects arc nattering tor an intercstinng Sunday School. Everybody is invited to attend. The people of this vicinity have farmed but little yet, as the weather has been so rainy and cool. Mr. James Taj lor has bought a farm near South Beaver Dam, and recently moved onto same. Mr. James A. Austin is erecting a fine house on his lot near Beaer ijtti&iji FENCE! FOR a Oter Whr pay eo to OOo. a rod for feno Horaa-HIgh, u, BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE man ana Doy can man 40 to OO rods a day. fcl 12 TO 20 CENTS A ROD? ricvs , v. ON EARTH Plgond Chicken Tlaht, Ityou haoao Lawnnothlnmn ' f ths world would bo a autiatltuto for ourflno Ornnmen-tFance. Beautiful. Ourahin, strong, and Chaop. Plain naUanlied FENCE WIRE nolo to Farmors at wholeaala prices. Circulars and Prlco Llat Froe. KtTSELMAN DROTHERS. Box 02. Rldnovlllo, Indiana. al Ornamental Fence. SO attlea. HvttaatwM wHiuivptuu fitf '- s- - ", ' - s- Dam. Miss Nannie Raley visited friends and relatives in this neighborhood a few days last week. Mi.ss Ida Leach, who has been very sich, is improving. Mr. James A. Austin nnd two of his daughters, Misses Eva and Litlic, made u flying trip to Hartford one day last week. We learn that tin- - musical nt Mr. J. A. Austin's last Saturday night was highly enjoyed. Success to Tin: Kepuuucan and Doka 1)i:an. its many readers. ' unti-Bradie- I.an-hau- Ma-ga- n him, and theteby notify these Senators that Ohio county desires them not to meddle with our affairs aud cause such enormous expenses to be heaped upon us. Will you thus them aud say to them we know who we want to represent us, bv going to the polls, casting your vote for Dr. A. D. James and reelecting him to the seat from which lie was without cause sounceremwiiousfy ejected? I'believe you will. 'Tis true the People's party have nominated a caudidatc to oppose Dr. James, but the Democratic schemers, riug leaders, tricksters and wire pull-in- g bosses of the district have seen cause to prevent the honest Democracy from making any nomination, thereby hoping to force them to vote the Populist ticket nnd thus deleat Dr. James, whom the voters ot the district elected by an overwhelming majority last November nnd who till honest upright citizens wai.t to see fill out his unexpired term. Will the honest Democtatic tax payers join these schemers and bosses in tiphold-th- e crime that has been perpetrated upon them as tax payers and as honI hardly think they orable citizens? will so degrade themselves. I therefore appeal to all lovers of thd right, all enemies ot wrong, all admirers of justice, all honest voters irrespecti7e ot former patty affillia-tioto go to the polls early on Tuesday morning, April 21st, stamp your ballot in the large square containing the Log Cabin, aud theieby send a rebuke to those Usurpeis who have caused this trouble and expense, by electing and sending Dr James back to fill his unexpired term. Such action will tell them in unmistakable terms that they, nor any other set of bchemers, can put the wool over taxpayers eyes in any such manner. Yours Very Truly, W. A. GinsoN, Ch'm'n, Ohio Co. Rep. Ex Com. n In .Mrniory. Mrs S.diie Hoeker was born August 8, 1826. and wasmarricd to James Rowe in 1S43. She professed religion when (mite young and joined the Baptist Church. .She was a good christian woman nnd loved by all who knew her. She wns one ol those quite christhns who walked by faith and not by sight nnd exhibited her religion by the life she hved and not by her talk. She was married to Elijih Hoeker, Mty 8, 1S62. She was a faithful wile, n loving mother, a good neighbor, nnd leaves several childieu aud a host of friends to mourn her Iocs. Her luneral was preached by the writer January 22, 1896. after which her remains were laid to rest bv the sidtrot her husbind G, J. Bean. in Goshen Cemetery. Hr J. II. llop Coming. On Tuesday evening.Mny 12th, '96, Dr J. II. Ilrjette will, under the auspices of the Indies of the Baptist Church, deliver his famous lecture, Bap. V R eePdrebynt" tor CARSON & CO. "Sweetening the winds," at the tist Church in Hartford, Ky. tm The ed our moved from our midst Elder E. II Dymond. who has been in very delicate health for ihe past three or four mouths lust alter the clock had chimed oil the hour of eight on last III Ml'imirj. angel ot death has again visittow n and community and re- Siturday morning grandpa breathed Irs last, hi spiiit took its flight to He passed away God who made it. ns one in n deep sleep nnd without a He bad reached the ripe striifrale old ibp of 72 yeats, nine months, and had been n member ot the Christian Church for about 48 years and had been an Elder of the Church at different places and was one of the elders ot the Christian Church here nt the time of his death. His remains were followed by n large crowd of sympathizing friends aud relatives from the residence of Warren Kefawfer to the Petty graveyard wheie he was laid away in his last earthly resting place G.W. with appropriate exercises. Big Clilty, Ky. hHle or Unit. This testimonial is unsolicited and class business house in for the benefit of humanity. My Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite daughter has been subject to severe centrally located. For lurther par colds nnd croup and olteu taken with violent coughing spells nt night. Dr. ticulhrs address I. W. Tabor, Fordsville, Ky. or I). M. Hoeker, Hartlord, Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only preparation I have founn that will reKy. lieve her. I think it is ns necessary in the house-hol- d as a lilc preserver on a steamboat. Kcs'y, As baldness makes one look premaB. I,. Jr.ssKi., 18,1895 turely old, so n full head ol hair gives Jan. W.ilndge St., Louisville, Ky. 202 to mature life the appearance ofyouth. For sale by '.. Wayne Griflin&Bro., To secure th'is nnd prevent the former. dtuggist, nnd Ren I row Bros., NarAyer's Hair Vigor is confidently rec- rows, Ky. Both ladies and gentleommended. I'or llrnl. men preferdt to any other dressirg. The store house belonging to Miss m Snip. II I,. Ciitnthcr, known as the C. N. The entire stock of groceries assign- Gunther house, opposite Court House. ed to me by W. II. Williams, will sell privately to the highest and best bidBucklon's Arnica Salvo. Tiu: Bp.st Salvj; in the world for der. Sitranv Tavi.ou. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Assignee. 3Stl Klieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chnp-Pe- d Hands, Chilblains, Corns, aud all The latest icsults of pharmaceutical Skm Eruptions, nnd positively cures science and the best modern appliances Piles, or no pay required. It is guarare availed of in compounding Aver,s anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or motey refunded. Price 25 cents per Sarsaparilla. Hence though BY Williams & in exlstauce as n medicine, it box. FOR SAU5 Bell. tf -- . is lully abreast of the age in nil that goes to make it the standard A first "r ry blood-purifi- er. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla When I)by wu sick, we gaie her Cutorla. When the was a ChlU, ths crifj for Castorla. V'btn alia became MU, the clung to Cutorla. When she bad CJldreu she gavettism Caitorla. fAtmorican Stoam Laundrv PitiNcm'ON, Ky j Call on Bulllngton, the barber. To make the hair grow a nntutal color, prevent baldness, and keep the tcalp healthy, Hall's Hair Rcnewer was invented, and has proved itself successful. Does the finest work of any laundry in Kentucky. The work is nil guirtiuteed. Goods are not torn up, buturo return cd in good condition. Mmyril From my firm on No Creek, one red 3 years old, dehorned, marked swallow fork In lclt and split iu right ear. Jo A. Bahnf.tt Laundry Shipped on Monday, roturnod on Friday. "Save your work for me. steer. MAKVIN 'JiHANDON, Agt. IlAitrroiii), Ky. R SAFE G0MPA1Y Operating Ihe VVosler and Qorliss MOSLER PATENT SCREW DOOR afe factories. HOSIER PATENT FIRE PROOF SAFE BAtKSAFE. THE CORLISS PATENT BANK SAFE. FViTTTS V, V!';V--UPjfv- avH Dil m Ti 'P:$rtn J bene-fitoli- PLANS. SPECIFICATIONS AND EHTIMATES FUIW18HKI) ON ALL KINDS OF HANK VAULT & SAFETY DEPOSIT WORK it FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.ETO. SOM5 OWNERS OP Mosler& Corliss Patents. Contractors to the United States Government, Contractors to tho Mexican Government. Mosler nnd CoilikH Patent Safes 111 uee oil over tho Warhl. Chlcauo. lll',Vo,207 Wabash Avenu-- i Boston, Mass., No. 192 Devonshire Sc. New York City, No. 315 Broadway, Comer Duane. Cincinnati, Ohio. Southwest Corner 3d and Vine htreet. Kansas uty Mo N0.621 Delaware St. Mo No 101 North Fourth Street. I.oj Angeles, Cal.,No.338 North Main Street. Hamilton .Ohio. Providenc,R.Iaud all other principal cities InlheUnited States and foreign Couiitrl Sflouls tXl!2-1- - ALWAY SPECIFIC FOR SCROFULA. Ix-c- HIDING Keeping so far in front Hint wo have to look around the bond in the river behind to sec anything that resembles competition. We ".Slnco childhood, I lisivo nfllk'tcd with scrofulous boils and sores, which caused 1110 terrlblo suffering. riisk'lans wuru iimiblo to help me. and I only grpworso under their care. At length, 1 began to taku AYER'S Sarsa'parllln, n 11 d very soon grew bet ter. After using half a doen bottles I was completely cured, so that I havo not had 11 boll or pimple on nny part of my body for the, last twelvo jears. I can cordially recommend Ajcr's Harsa. parilta as tho very best in existence." (1. T. Rkinhaut, Jlyersvllle, Texas. never follow. BECAUSE W15 BECAUSE WIS have the Goods and delight everybody. tunic the pilccs that nstonisli everybody. BECAUSE 1'. ft'--. WIS catch the ttado and satisfy Tli.sft's "Wliy. 20 20 10 20 everybody. xjooosz :e3::e::3:b SI. yds. heavy Domestic yds. extra quality shirting cotton $1. yds. nice calico 40c. yds. good bleached cotton SI. Heavy cotton jeans 10c. Heavy cottonnadc 12 ic Ladies black cotton Hose 5c. New fine Handkerchiefs oc. Good cottonnadc pants o()c. Heavy woven Corsets 50c. Ladies shirt waists .00c. Ladies ties 2oc. holy bonds of matrimony. The enjoyable event took place at the Union Church here, Rev. Willis Smith, of Rev. Hicks Owcnsboro, officiating. esteemed pastor in is the much charge ol the C. I'. Church nt this place, Hartlord, Boda, and Mount Zion, nnd stands high religiously socially and intelectually, among people under his charge, nnd with all whom he has come in contact with during THE ONLY WOBLD'S FAIR the year he has so earnestly and faithfully worked among us. He is a logAjir'i Chirr) Pectoral cirei Cough, and Colds ical, forcible, speaker, nnd taking his experience into consideration he bids fair to rise high in church circles. The Hartford jail is now empty The young lady he has been so for Men wool suits $4 at Fair Bros. & ttiuatc to win as a companion along Co's. lifes pathway in one posessing many Wholcstock lirogan shoes $1 nt Fair high qualities ol heart and mind, taking great intercstin religious matters, Bros. & Co's. always reads nnd willing to labor for Prettiest Millinery in town nt Fair the great acd good cause she so earnBros. & Co's. estly espouses. That she will prove $1 for a man's fine shoe nt Fair a great helpmate to her husband in Bros. & Co's. his life work, is nssured, for to know Newest, neatest stock of clothing her, is to love her, and while wc regret to give up such a noble christian nt Fair Bros. eiCo's. worker from our midst, we hope her Mr. Sam G. Rhoads, Westefield, fields for doing good are only en called to sec us Tuesday. lnrged. A large assembly of intimate Mr. J. W. Bear, Westerfield, has lriends and relatives of the bride and had nit increase in his pension. groom were present to witness the performed in Miss Walsh is doing a big business beautiful ceremony, blood-purifi- sr DO YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM? DO YOU WANT TO SUM, A FARM? The meeting at the M. 13. Church DO YOU WANT TO RUNT A closed Siturday night. FARM? Rev. Chandler, Hartlord, filled his HAVE YOU A FARM TO RF.N 1? regular appointment here Sunday and All property managed to the best Sunday evening. advnntngeby T. J.SJtmi&'Co , Misses Dciilah Coots and Attye AusHnttlord, Ky. 37U tin were in Hartlord Friday afternoon. in Master Morton Young, Rockport, In r Sill A four year old Tom Nichols bay visited his mult, Mrs. II. D. Hunt, mare. this week. Jno. J. McUknky. Miss Anna McKenncy and brothers Illl'IO I'llllli. On last Thursday evening at eight Ivan and Claude, spent Saturday and o'clock the Roy. J. 1'. Hicks formerly Sunday in Louisville. Misses Knitua nnd Laura Barnes ol Lebanon, Tenn., and Miss Nanny Funk, of this place wcte united lit the spent Sunday with their parents In BEAVER DAM. Miss Pear lie Faught, Beaver Dam, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Clara Sutlengcr, returning home co.M'oitn, Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. Friday. Miss Mabel Duke visited friends at Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mattie Plrtle, who Is attends ing school nt Hartford, spent Satur- AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla the country. Mrs. J. T. Lynn has returned from a short visit to Louisville. Misses Virile ilocker and Attye Austin nnd Mr. C. P. Austin spent Sunday In I.citcli field. Mrs. J. II. Barnes nnd children returned Tuesday from n two weeks visit to relatives in Louisville. r Prof. Holloman, the spent Sunday nt his home in Proviband-maste- . dence, Ky. Prof. J. B. Taylor nnd wile spent Saturday and Sunday in Cromwell. Mr. F. O. Austin and daughter Miss Sade crc in Hartford Saturday a. 111. Mrs. Lon Black, Horton, visited Mrs. Baltzwell, this her mother, week. Mr. McCJain Taylor, Morgantown, was in town Tuesday. Miss Margaret B. Clark attended the F.aster Ball in Central City Monday night. A Sunday School was organized at day and Sunday with her parents, by Miss Anna Williams. Miss Ida Park, C'(ear Run, spent last week with her niece, Miss Altha Allen. Mr. James W. Carter and Miss Mat-ti- e Walker were married at the home of the bride last Thursday afternoon, in the presence ot only a few friends. Bro. Brandon pronounced the ceremony in a quiet administering way, alter which the party depatted for the home of the groom, where they partook of a bountiful repast, that had been prepared by the grooms mother. Mr. Carter is one oi Ohio county's best citizens and a prominent young farmer, while the lady of his choice is well known for her culture and many refinement. Mr. Frank Lowe, Hartford, spent Saturday night aud Sunday in this neighborhood, the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. Allen. Mr. J. W. York and family spent Saturday night In Hartford with his w CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. nmm 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. DrdlcHllnll Ncrtlcr. The M. E. Church ol the Victory community will be dedicated May 3rd by Rev. J. W. Turner 01 Louisville, Services in the morning at 10:30 and Everybody is invited to afternoon. come and bring their baskets (filled with grub). A good time is anticipated. O. M. Wilso.v, Pastor. CARD. the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. Misses Laura Motton, Mabel Ilocker and Mary Smith, Hartford, were out Tuesday evening. Special attention of tho farmers is called to tho fact that wc have just in mother. this morning a Car Load of "HomeMiss Mattie Luce, Hartford, is visstead'' Tobacco Grower, fresh from iting her cousin, Miss Ada Duke, the factory and guaranteed as herewhile her brother, W. D. Luce is tofore. painting the house of J. W. Carter, This goods have stood, tho test of recently completed. years and without a singlo exception has turned down all competition. Tho farmers tako no risk in this goods, as the experience often years fully demTOUCH-ME-NO- school, notes. in Fair Bros. & Co's Milliner parlor. Latest novelty, Irrcdescent belts (50c. Leather belts 25c. Novelties in ladies collars and collaretts Gilt belts 25c. Hartlord will probably.have another larqe general store in the near future. Stevens sells queensware cheaper than it ever was sold in Hartlord be fore. All of the machinery has arrived for the oil well and work will begin nt once. Congress has nppropriateJ $43,000 of the work on for the completion Rough River. Will be open for Easter, under the mer. Millinery, Our Entire Line man- agement of a thoroughly competent trim We show a line that competition cannot equal; the latest with trimmings to suit. Dresi Where yon go to loot it..r inuring nur store, with our mices carefully imr... piessed on our mind, you will be bound, to your own interest, to come back ami buy Irom us. You will do so cheerlully, be :.. tim rMiimla nfilifli'n-ii- t stores, volt will learn. b big odds, that our house displays the best line of styles to picV. from, the lowest juices on quality equal to the best. Out term are strictly cash XDiress G-ood- s. f,t Difference It Makes noGoods, Millinery, Clothing fjr 01 - The "Three Bros." is the name of a small steamer, which landed nt our wharf this week. Rev. J. P. Hicks and wife ntrived in Hartford Friday and will make their home in our midst. You get a first class Hunter sifter with every box of Golden baking powdcis for 15c at Stevens'. Bring on your wheat to the Hart-rot- d Water Mills. We pay Louisville prices. J. W. Four) & Co. the We have just ieceived a car load of celebrated Globe Fertilizer. Come and get prices. Carson & Co. A visit from you will be highly appreciated ZETa-i-- r Bros. f 3s Co., Hon. C. M. Barnctt has moved his law office from the Court House to the second room over the Ohio County Bank. New mattings, oil cloth, shades, lace curtains, scrims, curtain poles, with wood or btass fixtures, at Fair Bros. & Co's. Sample of ashion.- - Hoes, rakes, etc., nt Stevens' nt a Messrs. J. W. Ford & Co , are bargain. buiMing a new Catding Machine ctab cider lor sale by l? W. 1'ure Get your N. Y. lvarlyRo.se potatoes house on the lot where their other "'" Firtle, Hartlord, Kj nt Stevens'. machine was recently burned. Mr. B.F. McCormick returned from Remember Field & Holbrook hanJudge Jno, I. Morton has received Louisville Wednesday dle the very best baled hay. Call on notice that the State Board of EqualMr, Jtto. B. Foster has accepted a them when in town and your horse ization has raised the assessment in will be well cared lor. Ohio county 5 per cent, on real estate position with the Field Coal Co. nt Remembor Field & Holbrook con-n- ot and personal property and 4 per cent, Island, Ky. be excelled when it omes to on town lots. Dr. I.. T. Cox, Stanley, was the handling fine buggies. Their stock We desire to call nttention ol our guest of his daughter, Mrs. M. 1.. is complete and arc sure to please readers to the law card ol Mr.Arniis-tenllenvrin, this week. you. Jones, which appears in this is Capt. S. K. Cox will build another sue. Mr. Jones Is too well known to btory to his dwelling house on East need any introduction to our people. side of Liberty street. The work will He has located in Hartford to procs Mr. Jones was be done by Messrs. J. I.. Carson & tice his prolession. for several years a practicing attorSous. ney at the Danville, Va., bar, and Marriage license since our last re- was admitted to the bar of the United port: Richard F. Coleman to I.Ida States Court. You will find him nt Don't you know that It pays to sec Martin, James W. Carter to Mattie B. the County Attorney's office. A Vo1t',r Vniirrlir, in lt( where you can buy the cheapest? Hon. and Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding Don't you know that ? I saved Is $1 Cooper, Fred Bowling to Emma A merchant buys where he Brntcher, John Rttmmel to Mrs. Mary have received nn invitation to the made? can get the best goods at the lowest E. Mitchell, W. C. Cralton to Ada marriage ot their niece, MissLivia 13. Farmer, I. J. I lemming to Alice Giv-en- Wedding, of Whitesvllle, to Mr. W. frice be was once a S. B. Arbuckle to Eva Jarnagin, L. Cecil. The bride-tAlonzo F. Farmer to Caltha J, John- - residence ol this place, being a daughtJust as you Should do. er ot the late Geo. C Wedding. She Keep account of your expenses mid has frequently visited here, sittce she much you buy closely and see how has made her residence in Witesville, have saved in a year. and is a very bright and attractive young lady, Tht wedding will take I place at St. Mary's Church, Wednesday morning, April 15, 1896 at 8 Miss Wedding's many o'clock. friends here wish her n long and hapI think so try me If you don't life with the husband of her buy at theclosest figures and sell nt In some conditions the gain py choice. Judge and Mrs. R. R. Wedvery lowest. the from the use of Scott's ding have nlso received an invitation. Oil Emulsion of Cod-livJ 1.1 (JO, Is rapid. For this reason we Health In this section is good. put up a 50c. size, which Is Farmers are busy preparing for a enough for an ordinary cough a crop. Wheat seems rather bad this or cold, or useful as a trial for year, but farmers think it will ImB Macketel at Steven V. d Miss Gertie Tichenor is atherhonie in Pt. Pleasant on account of her illness. Miss Mamie Duncan and Mr. RichBrotherSmith'susual impressive manner. The church was beautifully dec- ard Taylor spent Saturday and Sun-- ; orated, and a handsome double arch day at their homes. The philosophy class is having beneath which the happy couple was some interesting work now in experimade nran nnd wife. ments. Livermore, Ky. The Virgil class began the translaFor tho Noxt Thirty Days. tion of Book iv. this week. In order to make room, we will sell Miss Maggie Smith is monitor this for "spot cash" Our Ladies Favorite week and certainly makes a splendid Flour, gilt edge, for $4.25 per barrel; one. Lily Exchange Flour no better, The O. II. T. debating society for $4 per barrel;Rouglt River Flour, is open to the school each Friday evenx for $3 per barrel. Our best mixed ing. They have good audiences and bran socts per hundred. Remember are progressing rapidly in their work. a few days time asked, old prices will Miss May Rogers is at her home in I. W. Ford & Co. prevail. the country on account of her eyes. Miss Lula Walker visited her home I'oniiiirrclnl Club. near Hartford Saturday and Sunday. At a meeting of the Hartford The class in English Literature Club held at its office Wednes-daevening April the 8th, 1896, at finished the "Lake Poets" Tuesday and have taken up the "Victorian Hartlord, Ky , the following resoluAge." The work is very interesting. tions were unanimously adopted: The work of different departments Resolved that this Club and sur1. Attyb. rounding countrycxtendtothe Hons. is progressing nicely. W. Lewis and A. S. Berry their Monthly Talna cured ljtr Dr. Miles' Palo rills. John thanks for the efforts made by them GOATS AS BAGGAGE. to secure an appropriation sufficient to complete the Locks on Rough RivThoy Eat Up Bicyclo Tires and Check er, thereby assuring the completion Straps on Trunks. t of same and a cheap freight to our Six years ago tho baggage departcounty seat ment of tho Northern Pacific road 2. Acd futher ask of them the imissued an order that no goats could portance ol urging upon the Hons. J. bo transported in baggago cars. A peculiar incident brought about tho, S. C. Blackburn and Wm. Lindsay, our representatives in the U. S. Sen- general order. A goat had beem ate, the early completionof the Locks placed in a baggago car that was( by having the bill passed in the Sen- bound for tho Pacific coast. During tho trip tho animal had eaton tho, ate as came from the house. And the club futher extends its leather straps that hold tho brass, 3. checks to tho trunk. Whon Portland; d thanks to the local committee of J. S. R. Wedding and others was reached tho checks wero all on lor interests they have taken in the tho floor of tho car and thero was no. matter of securing the appropriation. way of identifying tho trunks. It; 'took nearly threo months to. 1 T. J. Smith, Com-tusrciy com-pose- Young Housekeepers Will be especially interested in our keeping consisting of a very fine line of "PAKLOR SUITS," SUITS," "Rockers," "Dresser," "Wash-stands,"i- OUTFITS for house- onstrates itti superiority. For plant beds and gardens, tbcro is now 11 largo demand, hence we open up solely for this trade. Call or send in orders. Ilocxnit & Co. 'BED ROOM fact a full of Furniture. Come to BEAYER DAM. We propose to save you expense and give you what you buy in this line. line guaranteed, goods in large lots and money saved. Prices Tim Time for Ilnllillnic Up the system is at thisseason. The cold weather has madeunusual drains upon the vital forces. The blood has become impoverished and impure, and all the functions of the body suffer in consequence. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great builder, because it is the One True Blood Purifier and nerve n tonic. Hood's Pills become the favorite cathartic with all who use them. All druggists. 25c. nunnyham:. Rev. Richardson filled his monthly appointment at Marvin's Chapel Sunday morning and in the afternoon also. They are going to organize Sunday School there next Sunday at 10 HOCKER & CO. o'clock. The measles are still raging in this community. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie May, of near Hartlord, visited Mrs. May's mother, Mrs. Davis, Sunday. Rev. Cortez Bean will preach at STOP AND THINK t ntl s, o Will Save You Money It is !r(j er Money to me STEVENS. babies and children. gain In other conditions be slow, sometimes following named persons have must The almost Imperceptible, health paid their subscription to Tim Isaac can't be built up in a day. For since our last issue: Shown, Williams Ilros , T S. Duke, this Scott's Emulsion must be J, W. Ford, R. E. I.ee Slmmerman, taken as nourishment, food Jno. P. Foster, Hartford; IJdmond rather than medicine, food Austin, diatom, III.; Jos. DeWeese, prepared for tired and weak can L Shrevc; C. C. Dennis, Frentis; C. R. Stevens, Centertown; S. M. Wllsqn, J. G. Wilson, Rosine; Chas. Russel. berger.J.J. Midkiff, Whitesvllle; J. A. Bollng, Barrett's Ferry; Dr. I T. Cox, Stanley; W. T. Drown, Roch. ester. digestions. EMULSION hit been endorsed br SCOTT' (ha mrJIc.l nroleailon (or Iwtnty yaars. (Aik your doctor.) Ihlt It becsusa ft U slwsys T ...... t..A wnitv.... way IdiaiaOI. WJ ..I,...m a,(sua mimI.Ih. lit purctt Norwegian Cod. liver Oil and Hypo- nhn.nlilf... Tns Iul un In ma cant and Sl.OO slltS. yur mall ilia may b enough to cur Mufti or help your baby. i prove. Bro. W. N. Miller will preach at Hill Schoolhouse Sunday. Now, I am no candidate nnd have nothing in view but the succtss ol the party and as nominations seems to be in older I will suggest some names which I believe will be worthy of consideration In the campaign of '97: For Couuty Court Clerk, M. S. Rag land; for Circuit Court Clerk, Sam A. Anderson; for County Judge, R.R. Wedding; for School Supeilntendent, R, C. Jatnagln. Now, this is my first nnd il my point U sustained I may come again. V. M. straighten out tho tanglo and tho general order was Issued. Tho rulol 15. w. Fouu, J lias never been disobeyed until the. ' Inst few weeks. O. E. Stono, city ticket agent of SPECIAL ELECTION. tho Northern Paclflo ticket ofilco in Commonwealth of Kentucky St. Paul, generally makes contracts with traveling shows that pass over To Tin: Siikrii'i' 01 Ohio County: tho road. Ho had an "Undo Tom's Whereas, A vacancy exists in the Cabin" company recently, with Asoffice ol Senator in the General bloodhounds and a donkoy, that was sembly of the Commonwealth ot Kenbooked in towns along tho road. tucky from the Seventh Senatorial Among tho properties of tho show District composed ot the counties of 'was a small wagon, in which woro seated two goats that wero used to Said Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler. givo a street parado. Contrary to vacancy occurring while the General orders, Agent Stono took tho goats session. Assembly wa3 in , and had them put in a baggago car Now, therefore, I, W, J. Worthing-tonwith tho bloodhounds and tho donkoy. Lieutenant Governor and In tho snmo car wero two bioyclcs President ot the Senate of Kenbelonging to a man and his wifo. During tho night tho goats dined on tucky, do issue this, my writ of election and command that you ciuse polls veritable- wind pudding, for thoy ato up tho pneumatic tires of tho bicycles to be opened at the several voting and chowed tho cork handles for aJ places in your said county of Ohio, dessert. Tho owners of tho bicycles (as a part of the 7th Stutorial Disfiled a claim with tho company. Tho trict) and a special election to be held claim was referred to tho baggago in the said county, as required by the department. When it reached Agent Statute in such cases provided, on Stono thero was a copy of tho proTuesday, April 21st, i8g6,for the pur- hibitory ordor attached to it, with Instructions that tho ono who was pose of electing a .suitable nnd eligircsponslblo for tho violation of tho ble person as Senator in the General Assembly of Kentucky Irom the said rules should pay the claim of jw, "dig up" a portion Seventh Senatorial District, to fill Agent Stono will of his monthly stipend to sottlo with aforesaid vacancy in said office, the tho cluimants. Minneapolis Times.' and you nre further commanded to Arizona's Stone Forest. cause notice to be given ns provided by law. Tho regions of tho Llttlo Colorado Given under my hand this 24th river In Arlzonn abound in wonderful day of Match, 1896. vcgotablo potrlfactlons wholo forests being found In somo phecs which W.J. WOKTIIINOTON, tiro hard as flint, but wliich look as Lieutenant Governor and but recently stripped 01 tho follago. President of the Somo of theso stono trees aro stand- Senate of Kentucky. intr just as natural as life, whllo Pursuant to command lit the fore others aro piled across each other just llko tho fallen mouurchs or a going wilt for a Special Hlection, notice Is hereby given that I will cause real wood forest. Geologists say that n poll to be opened and an election to theso stono trees woro onco covered to tho depth of 1000 fcot'wHh marl, be held In each of the voting precincts which transformed them, from wood in Ohio county on Tuesday, April to solid rock. Tho marl, after tho 21st, 1896, lor the purpose aforemen lapso of ages, washed oiit, leaving tioned, in said writ. somo of tho trees standing', in an up-Given under my hand this 27th day rlirht nnaltlon. Tho mnioritv of them. lii. howovcr, aro piled heltcr-ikclto- r C P. Khown, of Match 189O. all directions, thousands otjeorus ue ShctiflOhioCo. Ing sometimes piled up oiuan ooro of ground, Cincinnati Lominorciai ua 13. P Thomas, ( Com. - o Marvin's Chapel the third Sunday in Blood purified, diseased cured, sick- this month. Mr. F. Willis has ordered more ness and suffering prevented this is the record made each year by Hood's spring goods. He is doing a good business here. Sarsaparilla. The birthday dinner at Mr. Oliver Willis last Wednesday, in honor of KnlClit ol l'liytlifns. A writer in the Louisville Commerhis son, Estil, was highly enjoyed by cial says: all who were present. "Mr. F and Your Brother Mr. Roy Lee nnd wife, of above Knights: My husband was taken Sulphur Springs visited friends and sick and had to come home. He had relatives here Saturday and Sunday. been home but a short time till some Mrs. Ambrose and daughter, Miss of his brother Knights came to see Myrta. and Mr. Tom Dodson visited him and said they were ready to ren- relatives in Beaver Dam Sunday. der any assistance they could. They Miss Mollle Davis, of near Beaver furnished a nurse and did all they Dam Visited her mother in this neighcould for him, and for ten long weeks borhood Sunday. Lizzn: there was not a day passed without Don't suppose that just because the some of them calling to see him. Some have asked me if this was not a Kitselman woven wire fence is the lorm belonging to the order. Surely "best on earth," it is too good for you, not. Men would not leave their work but write to Kitselman Bros., Ridge or their business and come for miles ville, Ind., for their illustrated cata- just for mere form's sake. Of course logue, which will clearly show how their secrets I know nothing of, but 1 you con build the fence at the actual do know that they must be bound cost of the wire. See ad. in another together with bands stronger than column. steel, for there can be no deceit where Cnittrnlor. such a brotherly love exists. Often I will be at Field & Holbrook's sta when he would be sad I would try to be cheerful, but he would detect it, ble in Hartford the first Monday in each month until May, also the first and when gome of his brother day of Circuit Court. I castrate stand-n- g Knights came In, oh, what a change! and tie the artery with Surgeons It would seem like sunshine bursting cat-gwhich is absorbed in four through a black cloud and driving the days. The only safe plan. darkness away. It would lift the Ridgellngs carefully operated on. shadow that flung over our home, reasonable and satisfactions bring back a smile to his pale face, Terms L. T. Barnard, guaranteed. and make one feel that life was worth Beaver Dam. 25-- 1 2t living, and that charity yet dwelleth in the human heart. Right here I "GREATEST ON EARTH." wish to say a few words to the wives Dr. Mlle ItcatoratlTO NerTlne. of Knights. Do not oppose your husband going to the lodge, for surely In Mr. K. T Caldwell, Is they learn noble things. I have al- the First National Bank ot Fulton, Ky. was cumpiuiviy run uuhu. ways been a friend to the order. Had becarao so unstrune through 1msijofuciim sleep that I tny euro I would bo comI not how would I feel now, after the anil worry(,'lvo up felt position. I would Ho pelled to kind treatment my husband received? awako sllnlght long, and It took but llttlo Iuicournge yoar husband to go to the lodge for there is something about the noble order that the outside world does not understand. "Let the wives, mothers, sisters and daughters of Knights hold up this grand order, and say a good word for it whenever practicable. "I thank your brother Knights, and may He who rules all things shower His richest blessings on you all. Our children join in returning thanks to all. Yours, etc., MR3.JANRH." ut, book-keep- riC- - 7 JI.N'UO. Attorney at jaw, HARTFORD, KY.. a'rmistead7ones, zetto. wisdom. Bryant. Will practice in till the Courts oi Ohio Bpcoial mid adjoining counties OJllco given to collections, with Comity Attorney. Upright simplicity Isitho deepest Barrow. G. M. Peach has moved from Quality corner to the farm formerly occupied by F,. Wallace. K. C. Sutton's barn was destroyed The contents were by fire Tuesday, nearly all saved. The loss was light. Miss Susie Allen is visiting relatives near whitesvllle, Mrs. Wm. Martin, of Victory neighborhood, died Saturday and was buried Sunday at the Milton Taylor to shake mo up so that I could not poulbly attend to my builneas A as I should. In I1UU rnnnrwlltin Hklth Micr UVUUH, heaviness about tiio stomach, anu pains different parts or hit lody. iwasabomucu 1 was persuaded to try reduced In fleh. U.T.Oaldwu. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. I first procured a trial bottlo from a local drugglatandgoodresultsqulckly followed. I thenprocuredadollarbotlle.andby the time IhaausedtbU up I was a different man. I am now on my third bottle and am able to sleep soundly and eat regularly, something 1 could not possibly do twfora taklnft your Acrvina, inntuowuuyrtrverru.uuuuiiu iiealtato to pronouueo llr. Miles' ltiutorullvo Norvlna tho gnatut rwrrtns w carta." B. T. CALDWELL. Fulton. Ky. on ; Dr. Miles" Nervine U wnellt. guarantee that the urt bottle will for 16. or AlldruggUtsscllUutll.S bottles .! giaveytrl. Jodelus. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor's. Rev. Jo, B. Rogers will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday morning and evening. Dr. Allies' Nervine 'mn 'u ' Hartford Republican KllIDAY, A.'RIt. 10, IS96 M'l.l'IlUH Wo bail 11 Nl'HI.MJN, Beware Of Mercury! Whenever a doctor Is called upon to treat a blood disease, the result nine times out of ten In that the treatment is worse than the disease, and in a short while the patient lands his condition far worse than it was at first. The reason of this is that notwithstanding the great progress made in surgery, and in sonic branches of medicine, the doctors have failed absolutely to discovers cure for blood diseases, whether In the form of pill, powder or liquid, their treatment is always the same potash and mercury which temporarily dry up the poison in the system and no sooner has it taken on the full effects of these powerful drugs, than that suppleness and elasticity of the joints give way to a stiffness, fol lowed by the racking pains of rlicti' matlsm. Then follows loss of hair and linger nails, and even decay of the very heavy rnin hero Ho heavy tlint llio water Sunday. culvert nt JinWJfheil mit the go. Our Komi nml llrhlgo Column doner, T. V. Johnson, was out .nun Monday mtirniiip lotiki.i,; tiller lliU culverts in this district. Itcv. U. 8. Tnlinr, IjmiiiviIIi,1 U visiting liiemlj nml lemtivcn lino tins week. Mr. W. J. I'eigusnn nml sun, Viv- ion, returned homo Irotu Kvunsvlllo Inst Saturday. MEDICAL nni DTinniPimnff nnrt ciinnind tnrriti iikot rmiLtry, consult only 1)11. ItAIIIAWA Jk f II Tft t)krhorn Nt.. I'hlcam. III. All i hrrtiilA Illaur nfrien kdI women. lriTt tkln, Mr oil .nil Ner votn liitai trrtel l.y mail til nvrrthe warl'l liv trnJIojr forrniitnni HUnk No. I for rum No. 4 Tot No.l for wtirotD, o.S, skin ralirrli. )Im nf ur irlonil auJ financial rtfrr lk1 irtiftriinitre trl; u If ucccMiry. General Directory. irttU STATI! TREATMENT. If tot. irtnt th nrlrttllflr bft etpcrl m1 h iiiiinzii OI'I'ICIAt.H. lar I)lnrt, (ovornnr William O. Uindlry. Lieut, tiovcriiur W. J, Worth-iugtoi- i. What ss (Dtl Hook for ntfti and wo mi n who are atmctnl Willi any form nf nrlVAte ill ham "prtiiltar to ihcir ton Ug1omdltrji( frmale trouMi , etc, Hrnl tniar pniiier, to the IraittnK Pluvial liu ami rlirftlrlan la this country. VREE An e, Sccrctarj of .State Chailcs Finley. Attorney (juiiithI W. S. Taylor. luiiitur-Siiuii- iel II. Stone, Troiifiiror Monro. it ml cured without (tin lililtti. Aim hrmfuln, uiul nil founs of HUlii nml I miinio IVzuma tllcnieH Mirciwsfully troiitwl l)r tlrnlliriiy liHirnetli'Pilliil,ln'liiiiiillovrrlwiMiM flvo venra, mill hni Ihi mmi I'lnlnniii Iv nui'i "f ill In tlintri'ii i'fi "i l"uwill- li n iili"ui. nl In win I'nn ih! t w ihmniiih III Jour o.vn ni'i 'iUMii.il I ui UJ hiiaiuii'il IMih'I'-- i , cr.ATrr:i-,-Adii- n- vv. npa Clnciniiiitl, 01. to. Tot i 1 CAKCER8 (ii'hIi. l.ti. TiimorH nil f'i' !'i JDlt. HATHAWAY fc CO.. 70 Dearborn St., Chicago, UK Coiiunininnrr and tirulturo M. D.iw-on- Oeo. W. Long. of Aifriciiliuro, Uor- - Statistics , Lucas CiiMtiirla N THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE liri'Hirlptloii i'nr Infants Dr. Suiiiucl I'ltilu-r'nml Children. It contains neither Opium, Ioi plilno Xureolle Milislnnee. It Is u lianiiless milislittito for ruregtirlc, Drops, Soiilliliifr Srnps, mill Castor Oil. It Is lMeasant. Its guarantee Is thirty jours' tiso by millions of 3IotIiers. Castorla U"tr)s AVorius anil nllii.s Miniltlng Sour Curd, fcvcrlslincss. Castorla prou-nteuros Dlurrhtua and AVIml Colic. Castorla rellrwa teething- troubles, cures constlpatloii ami lliifuleney. Castorla assliutlates tho food, regulates tho Mtomacli and bowels, giving healthy and natural Meep. is tho Children's I'anaeea tlu Mother's Krtcud. inn-titliec s I Mr John Willtj Sunnyilale. vicil through town liistK.iiurihyMi hi wiiy homo from Grayson cnuiilv, where ho hail been visiting tives. Misses Lizzie, friemN ami rela Mr. the and and Mr. ' Whn can think of lome slmpl. thing toiatrnlr Protect rmir IqVmi lirlo you wn1th. tnw Wrltr JOHN WLUPEIIUUIIM CO rote nt Attorneys. Wa.blnaton, Ii. c , for (heir $ I.MI rrlio offer and 111 of two hundred Inrcntlona wanted. Wanted-- Idea Superintendent Public . ltistruclioii-Ge- o. thr Register Heynold. Laud Ollico -- Chas. Umuiiiijsitiiicr-- O. D. TLiZiIiAilU T. omen?, Drawer Clilcata Stctc nJr.fST laryWritethetoStan AiuiifNT tit 8 1M, 4t.im.. J DOCTOR Iiiurnticc Nil roan W. Uoiniiiu'iiri'. Adji.tniitUi'iioiiil Suite Librarian Day. ItAlI.KOAI) Huthic ami Euca Uuut, Suunydale, attended meeting at Bethel Saturday night Sunday. Mr. John Dallrnn nml family Collier. D. Mrs. M.iry Urntwt l. I'OMMIgMONIHt4. tiKiilJInK Accldtnl Inmit-uniIriitloti ItiU pnir. lly to dohin jmi iin 'ute mtmlienhlp fit IIj jwlil oir 'jW.Ui i W lot acciJcnlal Injuries. Ue your own Agent. NO MliDlCAI, KXAMINATIO.N I'.I (J I IKI'ix uwirAir, lor iiiioTniatinli ENQLISH Air. E vii line Willie May, of J110 C. Wood, chuiiiunti; !. R Denip.'ey, II. S. It win. Secretary Samuel R Hrown. CO.NlllStJvlONAU - NwNijpKvtrsnvfjvaasva" Davis visiiitcil (,'us-tor- la iTABLER'S BUGKEYE Hint Hartford, lastSun-tla- y. E.(i. April 2, 1996 for Coughs, Colds, nml Consumption Is beyond question the greatest of all modern medicines. It will stop Cough in one night, check a cold In a d.iy, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, j.v.u curi ionsunipuon 11 uncn in Senators Hon. William C. Lind say, linn. .1. C. S. lihickburii. ('Ml l,tO. bones a condition most horrible, Farmers are preparing for .spring 1843 South Ninth Mr. Henry Roth, of street, St. Louis, Mo., was a victim of work but at yet have done but little contagious blood poison that worst owing to the reeint lite and bad form of blood disease, which has always baffled the doctors. He was treated weather. by a physician, and In due time pro- The health ol our community is general' good, except colds and a lew cases of gtip. In my last letter you mni'e me say C. A. Gray, when it should htve been C. A. Guy. Mr. George Duncan has moved on Mr. )atues Duncan's farm. Miss Georgie Milner is voting rcl atives in Ashbysburg. Mr. John Danks and Miss Mary Dennis were married last Thursday Rev. George Tilford has moved to Representative Rim Hon. John W. Lewis. tit District "Cnjlori lit Castoi'ia. nn ettrllcttl mnllctnc for clill-iltcMother liac 11 itnlly luM inc of In Ceixl cHlct uiou tliilr chlUtcii." l)n O. C. Owoon, Lowell, Mum. for chlUltcn of vhlch 1 am ac)ua!ntrtl. I hojw tlietlj) Is not far distant ultcn inothm will cnu.lilrr the llic I Castoria. "Cntotli lsdnelltiilaiteltocltUilren tteotntnenillt A4tiictlurlunit Lnowu tu tne " 111 INTMENT 'CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. known for 10 vonra no tho CiBEST REMEDY for PILES. li U V k. A U.tll.SI.ATUIti:. iirettitlon i I tlnif. " You can't afford to bs with. oct It." A 25c. bottle may save your J life I Askvourdrurdst forlL Send for pamphlet. If the little ones hi e I use It promrtly. u sun to ain. Thrtr Slzri 15c. $ec aad It. All DroiiUU. Senator Hon. A, D. Jnmes. Representative Ohio Uotintv IIou. C. M. Harnett. OHIO COUNTY. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Hon. II. A. AttciOK, M. 1), Si Oilonl St , IUkwLI)ii, N V. ilej.Att-nir- SUIJC nnd CERTAIN CURE " Culotla li ni rtnmly "Our Crotip or Whooping Cough rnxfir couitT. Onons-bor- o. ACKER MEDICIXIi 26 A IS Cli&mbcraSt., .V. V. OWIIWIIIWtlKMIIMMMIItMIIIIIIHi Dr. M1UV l'j'- CO., J. Edwin Howe, Attorney Onen'boro. teal Interest of thrirchlMtrn.Amlii-cCn'tort- a 1 itiail vf the arimis fjnaiW inittrtittM uhlcli ae ilcotroytnK their lool cineii, l.y furchiK Lptutti, uiorphlue, tixthinr iijnip nml other urtful Rcut. Joitti their thruats, thrtity aentlttig them to premature nra(9 " XJ. J. V. Kiviitttnr, Conway, All. minims no rliownltli nil. J. G. Why not fe pur ? . 11. 15. D. W. Hlnck, Jailer -- Hartford. Likuiic, Clerk H.utlord. Kiugo, Master Commissioner cnee hi their tHitvlile jiiaetlre with Catotil, atiil Although we unlv h AmoiiK imr innllcal Uiplle what in known A truular are frtc t' vi nfcaa that the roiliuts. )tt merit of Cattorla liaa won ua tu look ulth faor upon It " IMTIU llMIITAL AMI Dial I MIAKY, lluklon. Mail. ALI IN C SMITH, I'ltl. tihktan lit the etIIJien' hate l.ii hlflily uf tlielr eeil ie t fm uiJw?ZMBl Mil Illll itii3A::";Ti3 c3.ct.loi::. II UY M.l. IIIIIHTN. .vv., , J ? MMCmt iDMUrt'U v owtriddSe-ntati- Rockpott. Mr. Lon Graddy and wife nl I,iia, McLean county, visited Mr N P. y. Fulkerson's family Friday and Tay but ono profit between rr.alter ind uer and that a tmall Ju-- t one. OurllluTOOl'auoCataiosuo and Bayers Weigh aside proves that It s pc-tlil-o "S pounds l!ICCOIIlutn.tloiM, describe ontltcmtheon-profltprlcootoer0(l Hartford. 1? Likens, TruMecJury Fund Hartfmd. Cal. 1. ICeown, Siienlf Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keuvwi Il.ittfnni Joo IJobeit, Fordsille; Thus, It. Bishop, Centertowu; S. T. Stcveiifs, Cromwell. Court convenes lirst Monday in March and August nml coiitinuesthree week?, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COfliT. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker. Clerkr-Hartlord. The Centaur Company, 77 Mjtrsy Strcot, Mew York City. WS2S32X& Wct I continued the was being benefited. medicine, and one dozen bottles cured me sound and well. Jly system was under the effects of mercury, and I would soon have bc6n a complete wreck but for S. S. S." S. S. S. is the only cure for real blood diseases. It is guaranteed purely vegetable and one thousand dollars reward Is offered for proof that It contains a particle of mercury, potash, or any other product of the chemist's shop. The mercurial treatment of the doctors always does more harm than good. Beware of mercury! Books on the disease and its treatment mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. III.TIIIX. Bethel Church neighborhood people are making preparation for their corn" crops. Wheat crops look well. The grass is growing and the peach tree blooming. Rev. Fallin, of Lewisport, closed a series of meetings here last Sunday night with two sermons on sanctifica-tion. Mr. Henry Roth. nounced cured, but as usual, in such cases, the disease soon returned, even worse than before. He says: "I had severe pains in my feet and arms, and was covered with small red sores. Another doctor treated me for a long time and I was apain pronounced well, but the disease came back on me again as before. I was in a horrible fix, and the more treatment I received, the worse I seemed to get. A New York specialist said he could cure me, but his treatment, which was quite expensive, did ine no good whatever. Many patent medicines were resorted to, but thev did not reach my trouble. I was stiff and full of pains, my left arm was useless, so that I was unable to do even the lightest work. This was my con dition wnen 1 uegan to take a. s. ., and a few bottles convinced me that I " I Mrs. Margaret Riley left Wedness day for an extended visit to relatives and friends in Corydon, and Tipton, . articles. o cry t blnB ou use Wo send I for ISccnts; that's not for tho book, bu to cay part of tho post.iReor cxpressage and keep off Idlers. You cau' t get H too quick. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., The tore ol All the People bound train .no 41 : No. 43 ( 30 p in m 45 K IHI 6 45 84O 7 20 . Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company K.ist hound Tlusi Ir.iin . tun daily I STATIONS. I.v. U Depot, Louisville . . . Kt'iituckv htuct . . West l'oiut . . . . . . . . . . . I . tt.iiii.s No 42 No 44 Ar. I 00 p m 8 05 p ni 12 15 12 05 12 02 11 Kit. Caitt,r.nJ Jcntl i icstcmdu ted I r Moocratc Ttt. J Oppositc U.S. patent Orrietl Ounornec is 4i4 werAQtr ire itulm lea luuc lha tUoS ren eit mVhtin(t n 1 tcuJ n nlel, diawiujf or frutto., trith JffHiv We julrtfv U pitct it i or n t, fr e olj tl n. jtiiarif. Our fee nt tni j airni it tiff J. , 3 A Pauphut, "H WHO fanTAtents !lhj l ol tunc in the U. b. aiul Iociq iwuntiicJ 7 5 7 23 7 32 7 3S 8 43 8 58 9 05 S52 . . . . Rock lift vim Villodnlu Hkrou llou.iid 7 10 In A .QRiriViA or. J w..w.w . WW. m, ptNr f Off, Or.icc, WBMINCTON Jicnt Ircc. A rcN o. c 52 37 2i CliMio Michigan I vc, Chicago. v 7 55 Bell's Pine Tar Hon-eMrs. W. H. Morris is on the sick for sale at the Store of Messrs.. list. 'Ginn, Burnett & Co's, Grantsbutg, Miss Maud Barnard viMtedielatues III., and meeting many commendations trom different persons of its wonder near Providence last week. Mr. J. II. Ward, Central City, visi-te- d ful merits, I thought I would try a I have been seriously effected his sister, Mrs. V. B. Moiton, bottle years with a cough lor 25 and pains last Friday. I.ouis in my side and breast that er causApril 2, 1S96 ing me a miserable life. I spent bun dicdsof dollars with doctors and tor medicines, but everything railed until Children Cry for I tried this wonderful leuiedy. It beats the world and saved my life. 1 recommend Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungi. It is Urlglitc! and llest. J. B. Roskll, Monday's Louisville Post bad the a great success. May20,iSo5. Grantsburg III. following to &ay about one of HartFor sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro., ford's bright little boys: druggist, and Renfrew Bros , NarClarence Casebier is The Evening rows, Ky. Post's hustling little agent at HartLouisville Dental Co., ford, Ky. Clarence is a bright boy, twelve years old, and is a luvorite with everybody where he is known. He is a natural humorist, and hU sunny temperament and polite manners, together with his good busimss sense, win him many friends He is prompt in serving his patrons and has worked up asplcndid subscription list for The Evening Postin Hnrtlord. He has served as agent lor .several other papers, but his sold more Posts than any paper he has e ;er bandied. of Dr. Ind. S04 8 914 93 . . . . heard E, 1. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes each month. (JUAItrilKLY first Monday in S28 S37 858 005 i) l& '3 93 . . . . . ltrnnrli llraudcniuiit; living ton . n 1 1 1 11 45 (t 47 6 59 6 53 7'7 EIP3 9 47 955 . . . . 8 45 I'Ol'ltT. 1003 10 18 Webster . I.odiburi; . . Sample 09 no 1051 1042 11 "39 ( 16 (.03 5 55 5 48 5 35 IS SB U r jV'ni n.cf,, s1 .. H SfH 1 P SP W1 Kb f M . Stvphriiiipatt . Begins on the third Monday in January, April, 'July and October. C'OUKTOr CI. VIM- -. 9 02 y 22 9 33 9 9 10 10 5 5S 10 23 10 25 10 3S Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. oTiiint county omrinw. G. S. Filzhugh, .Surveyor Sulnhur Spriugs. N. C. Daniel, Cromwell. Z. H. Shulu, School Sunt. Hartford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur As-ess- or 1042 10 53 11 05 11 II lti '3 Pitcher's Castorla. cS 15 it 1 1 :o 11 11 11 25 10 3S 10 4S 11 Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hnrtford. JUSTICES' l'oorhouse Bowling--Barrett- 's COl ItTS. FonnxviLLi:. Furry, Marcli 21, Juno W. September 1!). December 1.!) Butfjim. Ben F. Graves March 20, .Iiiue2.j, September 24, December 34. II UTFOitii. A S. Anil Marcli 5. June 4, September .'!, Deceiniier '!. Itosi.M:. C. L. Woodwuul March l.", June 12, September 11, December 11. Chomwti.i, Font B, Wilson March 7, June 7, September f, Deceiniier 5, J. A. 15 11 23 11 11 3 u 00 05 08 12 07 12 10 12 24 12 2S " aS 35 45 57 . . . Clovetpoit . . . Shop . . . . Skilluinu . , llnuesvitle . . . . . l'ntcou . . . I.UUljilMHt . , Waitmnn . . . Powers . . Addi.oatt . Holt . 10 27 10 18 IO 13 lo lo 9 57 9 53 9 42 531 5 9 5 '7 5 14 .i. rf i&rzzznto- - :ri - Iettii 9 3" 5'3 4 4 53 922 916 9K) S50 S37 S27 S 15 4' 4 4 4 3 4 25 4 16 4 05 9 07 ZiMi rf- rSSSBP' I'.Ues p m . Oucnsboro Mnttlnjflv . . C.iiftltli 3' ec J2 35 12 43 12 51 12 58 I Stanley Wortluugtou . . 8 10 8 06 7 59 7 52 3 55 3 11 3 39 3 3o 3 23 3 "6 2i0 . . . Rends. II I'll) 111 ... Ilendernn llAsketts DY Siottsville pys &rM fei TASTELESS fdl vi ifl . I.v 3 ! 7 36 7 2i n in 2 c,i; 743 U u hm 2JSr51 p ut ffltjjjMB SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY M?R. wriiim iMur.tnti'. 1 11 GOING TO THC WARRAfTED. Ijx.3IfdiClnnr M SSJU3TASC03DFOriADULTS. CAI PRICE COcts. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, Mr. Sam Austin has moved to this community from Beaver Dam, Mrs. Mollis Tatum is on the sick list. Mr. James who has been absent for some time has returned and is the guest of T. W. Lee. Miss Nannie Raley spent part of last week visiting Mr. J. B. Sander-fn- r. rows, Ky. Mrs J.A. Wedding has moved from Horton to this district and will remain and make a crop. IJ. II. April 2, 1S95. E. E. Sutherland Med. Co : Gents: I write this letter because I believe ou have made a discovery in a cough, cold, throat and lung remedy that the people ought to have. I refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. 1 have thoroughly tested it and know It cures merits. its wonderful Any one who ever needs a remedy of be should never this kind without a bottle of Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Jkrkv M Portt.h. Glass and Queensware, Paduchah, Ky. Jan, 15. 1895. For sale by '.. Wayne Gnffin&Bro , druggist, and Kenfrow Bros , NarANTEO to fell The theory in the treatment of 4 W.H.St. coughs, lung nnd bronchial nflcctions hns been advanced by the ninnu tact tires of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. It is n Gold Crowns All deal$S to $7 truly a wonderful remedy. Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 ers sell it on a positive cuarantte. Best set of teeth (no better made For sale by 7.. Wayne Griffin ii Pro , no matter how much you pay) . $8 druggist, ant1 Kenfrow Hros , NarGold fillings $1 up rows, Ky. Silver filling 75c . 25c Extracting pei tooth . . milium; Hill ex. Painless extracting with Vitalized We will send Tun II15 runucAMmd Air 50c F.xtracting free when Artificial either of the following named pipers for one year for the amount opposite Tetth ute ordered. Office permanentI.oolc over the list and each name. ly located see what you need and give u a I U we lutaitr uuiiuiuj;, uu 1111 uti, urcuu lTaiuut tlM fidi 'iliyv' Tin U tli. plac where yon can hate your tl0nt.1t workitono tottrr nnit for 1? money than lit an t njvratcir trraduaUMif hr nftict ut th- - South l,ery Ktudftit) in tliNortltr Mwillinir tn kivi you an nut t than cjmI1o an.l tut iii t 'nrlotexiNTknn'. Ti'niemlKT artilkial ttvih, We make every branch of dcuilMrv ailvkfi jkt .tin jour natural or at.is.iaU. fts. irt TlA.IUJl..Nuf 1C,19V .miih,?Io. ui (Mt y.'ir fJO ltili n( i hi'Ipi en nuoXK-r- t 1 M'H i CII.I.I. WMi'bh havvi ti uig'it it.Mo et tttrviitly iti yt'or. It nil i urn jrnitc Mnlii n11urtw lettuUKivA dr ic tuitN mi1i jtif. In llu mfU iiiirri.l Iiiva iriffm m juur TijIc. liunlrulr. tiu aum i.rur. Tor r! Uy Williams & licit XCa. OWENSBOKO,KY. Hve vr.irw. A (faarantrel to fit am! atiMlnnt Itrt-aft. mM fl.ink"iil t antl up, furr Stlnr fltllus, 75.: all Our crown and bridici work, nr trtih uith m j'latfv an- - .is firm, i.hr ta'i.i lilluiL'i m.l tric.i.t mi ioiir natural ttttli. ut d it j rn. I nr th in th ) an, jmt in n w onrn h inn tj IVth I'xtrattril. 2V . iml atn t'tau trail mr -tl-.H ntii la without p uu. Von tail maJif apjH intn in I 11 i, .Ml, n iiliiiiiiinv at'iiJauc., at t He; dm 'f u4 iiinhcnrnbUr, $5.00. ualit vry NOTICC OUR PRICCS. ff WTjlter ,', LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS ; Avt-.u- c EL ry 3v( -- . , i li'n;"-- ' .. tv THr: Hf li In ths Theater 'iulldln, .jtl; .t., Iv-- t (ircti -- r.d W't.i.'iit. ... 13 I "Bread is the Staff of Life: .gS& fvrxis' rrscrti -. v i PI.AKT OUR ?P.Wj-- . . .. t .. In our neirhbor'ivj.l ,'.. j... ' ' ., "It-Dail- nnd Sim. Courier-Journa- l SALESMEN ,i Liberal Salary Permanent and Paying poweekly. sitions to good men. Sptciul induce lino of Nursery. paid or Cuinuii-ido- n OPIU HABITS. 'Nl D " without Sunday " Semi-Weekle- y Rlobe-Democr.- Weekly Counei -- Journal Louisville Commercial . ... ... . . . 11. W. Baghy, a prominent lawvei ments to beginners inclusive teirr Wnt ut nce of Paducah, Ky., sayj that Dr. Bell's tory given if desired. Pine Tar Honey cured his children of for tirms to " 4m whooping cough when all things else CO.. HAWKS NURi-KLfailed. It's a new remedy for coughs. RociiiaTi:ii, K Y. Guarantee by nil deilers. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist fiEOKAT.r,IA I'lind l.y Iir Tl'.'e' Pan and Rentrow Bros., Narrows! Ky, Ynxu. "Ouoct.iit iiiIim." AtiillciuitBltH Y FREK SAMPLE TREATMENT. Tn nrrnr that v Yiavm n riilnlpB hsrmlen ami ceitatn cure for the iyj 'J Opium and Morphine Itiblts, "tc nill end a free sample trial package of Rrft nordecno to anyone honestly aclrinff tu bo cured. Correipndncpcinuln 2 t(i. AiMrpn nni.nnN stncinc co.. 'tl c mp - n. l:i4U iinfinnn n '... ""1 111 I I m ii hi Tribune N.Y. World thrice awtek Chicago Inter Ocean Home & I'arm N. Y. ... $S 25 d 25 1 75 1 75 I 25 25 f.3 t 40 1 llSi l'"or hale by 1. IN EVERY CAN OF UALLARD'S OBELISK UAK1NQ POWDER VILL BE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. 'I in v.llicli .in. described ai.d i ! -'.i tt 1 1 t ur hsitii ful and en i Jv Cntal-.ii- c II. f'tevMis, Hirtlord Kv f.atuitf tins sc.'so:i Is ilie of Sc.'dj a; Cital-jRupiu'cs to iv I'o t Otiice. This " New Crta-Ioj!i- ie " v e will mail on receipt c ( a 2 wLi,toUnip,oi lo those who will state ieie t.iey saw this a hertisement. .lie raui. , je .i!l be mailed Free I for 1896. Ar.w EGGS AND POULTRY. Shin them to u. Wcnre In a million la tttitke Itclrclilnllv to our Intcrrit Indaao. u liamlle every thlnir railed una farm on commlnklon ; auirjou hacnny thliiK to tell, avail c uu uu imincukc uuklllfwa anil nae mure liuytrra (nail ulucr wurvcii ui uui irvivxn. .u(icauuucucciiiv(icu. iiuusca fiKK currcuis luaiicu lice ou apriucaiiun. HErRNDON-CARTECO. (incorp'd), Tho Leading Commission Merchants, 313-31- 0 Murroll Court and 110 Third Strcot, LOUISVILLE, KY U li PETER KEHDERSOH & GiJ, yi 3S ft 37Cortlrrtt St., ircwVoit. r f?pn!ir?pn BATFOILKJ 0lrwiHMu.r Miti j t & 25 lil f We would he glad to send jou any Th s of the above named papers ofTer is good lor new rubscr'l'crs m 1! oh' ones who pay one ear in ndv 'lice iiiaiwfcwmi imniiiiiliiBii amwi II I Mncii. .iir. i'i.i:vs.vr. In tho Unltol I want tjery mn Farmers arc preparing for a largo Ettc Intcretteil in anil.nomin anil Wbltkr tho Opltitn dii' liabiti to linvii ona ol my hunts on tnete (J crop, hut as yet Inivo done hut little eatec. Aililretl II. M. Woolley, Atlanta, a., ilox S3?, and one will be sent jou tree. Wheat owing to the bad weather. Ever: furuati net tlr, r. .MUia'ThIiiI'IIU. crops aro looking better. Huunuy School was reorgauued at this place on last Sunday week. Everybody is invited to attend amies, 1 i.'ln LOO FOB YODE PHOTO&BAPH. "rlt-- M r m i he Nlrnc ot the Next v lamiv UH j pecially tlioso 111 tho neighborhood, as is desired to make tho Echool of this summer tho most successful that was over held at this plac. Rev. Kinton, of Rochester, filled his regular appointment nt this pluco Wo have u ou tho pecond Sunday. a very uitercHtiiig praver meeting at this pluco every Wednesday night. Messrs. Dora l'ierco and 'A. T. Her vMted Rovs. Uinton and Kelley, at Rochester, last week. Mibu EmmaLilcs Is visiting relatives in Heaver Dam. Mies Laura Alfard i on tho sick list. Several young people fiom this neighborhood aro attending echool ut Rosine this spring. Miss Kate Stewart 1s on tho sick list. Jhnnii:. April 2, 1896. it irm it GROOM YOUR HORSIC WITH BONNJ3R'3 HORSE CLEANER. No flies, ileas.ittoifjuitiis or lice. Removes iliindtuil, dirt, Leave skin bolt and white, $ioo oo for any case ol Mange it will not cure. Liver Medicine." o.mj. htatu diseases you havo known it to euro and glvo tho names of !'! vd by it vour opinion as to tho dlfTcrcnro between its strciiL'th and Tiiiui) Ulvo ' , nml tho strength mid action of tho "Liver Regulator" mado by J. II. JMHn Mcdicino Co both to, nnd itho "Ul.iek Draught"7 mado by Chattanooganet, and should; lelall of ' ! ' li i at ild to dealers at 0 or cents per package, r. nvrr ID or 13 cents, if consumer aro not Imposed upon, whllo our Original ii d .. .: It) bo sold at loss than 2" cunts per package, as io havo too much fur human llfo to tiso cheap drugs In any of our medicines. Tho icaym Is enjoined 1'ii'i: illn i: Co. nnd tho old propiietorsof "Hlack Draught" ivero both .ma (Uici lug llio publlu by using tho wouls cnnitltuting our trado nanio; theio-.- , liiil:o',t tint sumo ilcilpr (not knowing you aro posted) don't sell you homn i'"np pui'k igo nt a piollt of JiUO or 400 percent., instead of mtrOnmno "Dr. M. A. 'IniiuoiHl.ikorMi'dklnc," which you bo suro to specify, and tako i.o other, as T'lr- a letter covering thoo thrco , 'points: - '.ato how long you havo or used, or sold "Dr. . kac-.vn- OF THE OSTITES .1 . ar. i.i rkuin, W tuili .1 in nimrilitiiiti nriii.U Iihim. 11 ,ri tiilnk iiirii.liiiiu.a, Iml it iKtimiiiiaaiiiili'iiiii riir. IMtmKiiirillii.llli ktclai Liuli 4 li t jr uiii h liulorn. iu 'li i.L.iniiJs ruruL PATIEMVS TREATED BY MAIL ennililrntlillr. turilri.lani mllrn. lih tump, 1 '"It. I ILU, IU? IMVltPt) Uli OU I UUtv.uriunlr..ai;,.tnIIIUHI. luiunn. lil.-n-n t Liirm . ir r ii 0.1 rav r) JailJ Hi, tx f..fifl If J tt '"'"'. M. A. Sim-wi- s Wih ho Auuiiiinced hi .:. i. iii-- s I ?. ie-'.-- x y inciease, mid tho dinappoiiitinent nl the with tho result' under men who. p v lunied tho bcuies ut the lust tho udinii'Wiiti' u titcy clcictl, tiil uitiko tho campaign tho moot cxteuscly cxcilin.' ' i' n btorv nt iho v ui'itrv Jfiihlie iutdiest will Of Wovomber4, 1800. I ui! ana i The Lexington Busies Oollogo, (INCORPORATCD.) Kil "KjvJpar ...(.10 Stops iritation, nibbing. Finefor clip- ped horses. Mane and tail cleaner of the world. No mattlu;r. Keeps hair fine, soft and silky. A hair grower. No scratches. Mud will not stick. Aids in shedding. Horse Uioomed in less than half the Good Old Granny Mctcalf, 86 years old, living at 618 Monroe street, Ky says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people la-duc- during her Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, mul Kenfrow Bros , Norrowa, Ky. 4)1 palu Uuulntml l)jr If- - Hie Guaranteed by. 'A UJ' ruin Ml (.i.nnuiti.si. iiutoiiKTiir. Lyes. Wkiuiit is .stomach aftek Latino. Toui'iu Livr.it I wan Koit & Fi.miy. Aulti: & Cintosio Malaria. Han com.no ti'i.'j Moi'Tii II Kiivous Headaches. Memouv Clouded & Indistixct Wind Coi.ia Paiu, uv CnitiNO Constipation I'uodijcino it. Kidney Diseasik. .'Uj.LXESsorlli.ooDiN'HEAD Xljiiiness qv Hands, Aums & Feet. Riatii-- v 'i ui'O.vj. Rloatino ok Stomach aiteu Food is Taken. Iiiueoulau Ai'i'E-tititune. IlKAUintrnv. Dimness of Vision, Dizziness uros Suddenly Getting: A tonic; hunile; icmovca (.tains. ocatino Sensations of 1'iieonant Women. Nausla Keep linn I huh lading. r.uAirB on Aiteu Eatino. VEitTiao. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency of Kvnni'.r hut n trifle llnl cral'iin ' l'ifU'iA rioN. Female Comflaints. Had Colds. Hackaches so Common to I'i.uti.t.ncy. Loss of Aitetite, I'ains & Aches in Joints. cleans horoe iso times, llv if. use iMotiikm. ZJ?JmljLi'lS VUKlalCu n'l. ..- ii.EUN'os Down the Hack. Limus Feel too Heavy. Champ Colic W horse h.is coat like vtdvet. Also usul Ai MCmI Saaar mlmilmwi9 ( D'v d JI.viisii. 1'nvEits. 1'Ai.rsEss. Weakness. Thinness. on cattle and dogs 1'or milk cows It's D..iei a nov o? Food. Haious (The regular buhtcrlplion )iic ot tho two papers is $2, 'Jo) SiddenFmshes of1Iet Ge.neual Deuility. Frlt- especially valuable in fly time. Subjcripliniis nuiy liegm at any time. . ClllLDlth.V. DiSFEl'SIA. NEUVOUS DeFIIESSION OF TlltED Ask dealers for Uonuer's Horse Clean W'IMrv l'NPl.r.lVNTDliKAMS. Adiliifs 'ill 1'idciH In th SflTriNOUF of Food Afteu Latino. DlAlt- - "f'ininiM's, cr- ii. ItE'iovisoTiiB CAisr., Gnawiso Sensations in Stom- Will cliln hnlf iinllon ou Itctilit of f I ' .1 - I'l ' l'.SI ? & l)l K RlNOS I'MIEK Till! LYES. THAT ItESfLESS "OUT OF - i.Ts," 1'ateiited 'n'IIIMut ami Xot Well Feelino. so Common with (Mention this paper) lH" .1 I Il.ll I'l'Wl VK&DEIiaifATEDMOTIIlKSANDFATHKIlS&l'ALEAND Tor.r, no si'I'.ciai.ty co , I Ml V, AC1 ION OF ri'l.CTLY RUdl'LATlNO Toledo, Ohio, .'till l!ov HY I'lSO THAT ALL FOOD TAKENTHE NATUltALLY THE KIDNEYS, Write vour nntiic and address on n postal card, send it to Geo. V. Res 31 jy )M M Hi'; L. ASSIMILATED, I.LS IS Room 2, Tribune Rullding, New York City, and sample copy of TIIK Use llotincr's Hoof Dressing aud Ram 0, F, SIMMONS MEDIOINE 00.,ProPa,f ST. LOUIS, MO. NHW YORK WRKKI.Y TRIHUNR will be mailed to you, Dust. :. km dpi of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco of ". n ?l 1 0 pnekago I.lvcr Mcdicino, or on receipt of letter without photograph, i .,. i.i ui von n L'3 tent package, ficc. .VJ l'i j ailments, eauul by Indispositions of tho Kidneys, I.lvcr, Stomach, nnd ,v 'i, wlildiDi', M. A. .Simmons MvcrMudUina has invariably cuied sliuo lbl(). ii icIli.tDAciu:. -I- 'AH'ir.vno.v ok tub Hrakt. Duowsi.nkis. IituiTAiiiLt- I.V)!(.l.Si;ON. -- t'OI.H i'KI.r. r.NLAHOKMINT OF LlVKU & Sl'tl.KX. bLKEl"-.N- t l)L't.LM'.SS. IlK.WINl.Si (il.NCUAL L VSSITL'DE. H. - -- l.OW SflltlTS. ;...,. 1 .li.so boi it SroM.vcii Had Tasii: is Mouth. CoNSTii'A'rri) Row-- . -KviiS Vi:i.i.ow Loss op Strknoth & I'lusii. Riliousnlss. v. j T(vot e Pains ik Sim: & UNiinit Knoixiimi Ulaues. Four. Rihiatii. Ou iiii ti'i'iigcUoliko It. :.;& - Tho leading it 'publicim luiuily iiuws'iiprnt tho United Htuic, will publinh nil flic politic i imwi ot thodiy, I'llcreMiug to every American citien ol p.ir'y ulliliHiions. Alfofi'iieml iti'ivn in attractive form, fnrfign cnrrcepomlciice covering etcoud to iiona in tho tho news of tho wn hi, uu ii.'nmiliural iluimrinient coiiutrv, uiuil.ct icpiiiis ulu'cli mo ie(.ot:iiird authority, fiicciiinting short ftnilt'H, u iiiiitMo in fin It niiiuhir, limciiiiii of llio huniornus papers, forcgn rod il'iiiitsiii' uiih their hi'st comic pictures, tiDhiou plates mid uhilmriilude-fcriptioio( women 'e ntiito, with n viiri'd itinl uttrnctive dcpiirliucut of Tho "New York WVeKly Triliuno" is an ideal fniiiily hineli'ild iniore-t- . paper, with n ciiciliiliiiii luivci'thun iluit i.l'iiny other weekly pnhlicution in Lurgo cIiiiiiim me being tho country isiifd iroin tho iliiceoi nditilv. tending tn uivo i' grcrtier liM nnd variety, and especially insdo in its iho household. inoro inlrrot u the vomon nnd voiing peopli1 A KI'KOIAMJONTJi.Ur enables iikIo nller this splendid iouriihl aud TtlK MH'UHLIGAN lor THSI. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUIE, m ONE 'YEAR - I ' ii. v- -- Oveu-woiike- d nATFOHJ tt Hl'UBLICAN. I ,' lllclirat Olllrlnl Emlorermrnt.' IIIPI.U. IAS Ivunl by Ilia .ioTrriior ol tlm Cum. lraalilent (if Ilia State I'ulleiiu. ItllC'UMnil.NlIKU UV II. army ut .uert?ul Mtiilmiu, wliO. aaUrlea aggrvfiata Ituuifrctla nf lliimaamlanf flollnra tmranuUDl IIMIH.HIIKI-INtautlit ty Arlllal III..). rrurllrv (root 1.litt lo nnl.h No lot 1 No 'oijlnr. look mil ur llualiiraa lie. yeara rrattlcal tJlKifkuco a. Look. liitrlinrnt la kaifir ami ainert arcoiintant .uliuiir.sr AtvAim or "American co. I.UIIIIIAN i:IMINITIUM lo voitr.i.'n mi of MmrllianJ," lamlit In Ihia t'oliriia, lllKlirat tliKlaracinrnt lo Hi. Iiailuf til. anil Ilo. imrimaiil (an r.pott.r), from Ibe author ut thla avalHiii Tlit.1 UIIAIMIY Ii.p.rlment ,Endorafl Ly Ti 11I11 HUpatcliera ami ItuilliiK ral.way ami ulo. rraih rompanlea. Tlie nly Nrlioul In Ihu Vliirlil opiraitnj a conipl.i. ilallaay t(,ltni (ur tlm li ti flluf II. itml.nt.. TlikMiiallil.patlra.nti Uu lue turU, 0T3.UOU.OU Jurniilr lliat nnr I'olliol. at ri(unilil. KtfJ".cr.'."i.,!r "" t:V III'll.lIVII,oinail, aractcil atnl Klrcaut ,y liinil.li.il to nieitl to rvilramviiU n( our practical .i.tvm. u. nf lnlruclloDrnrna;re Iwlrlo I.UIia. Vtutu.lu t ..nllUllun Tlia largnl ami mu.l r.rlrcily mulprwil Hualna liilUa-nllullilln-s 11 IlKhoulli. lllu.iralacatalii(uairt'r, Aden.. C. ', t'ALIIOUN, Principal, axlnmun, 1(7, inniiwMlth anil th THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (CvimcM uilh Ikt Stalt A A it. CoUtgr ) );. lll.