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Dottlc. f or tif eiUar AlldttWn. Wrlt tnlttlnioBl4ti (rt, jmmm 20c, V DISTRICT. v w. riofD a Co., Kregulator NO. 38. -- VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY,APRIL IT, 1896. THE. .BEST fTor Nearly iaa ILIF1 ItEV.JJiSSKmSAD The Minister Who Married Lincoln's Parents. His Speech In Mercer County July 4, 1812 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report SPRING MEDICINE A CEnTTTZErX" THE DCHSIX DELKE laCAVES 3E3C333L.X2 CO Famous James At G. 0 in 'Natal, Day. Danville Elseand where. At Danville then In Mercer county, July 4, 1812, wn- ushered in with cannonading. Capt. James Barbour's Voluetcer Company, of the Forty-thir- d Regiment, Kentucky Militia, and Major Richard Davenport.s Artillery Company, of the United States Aamy, paraded, together with a large number of the citizens of the town nnd vicinity. Joy and firmness per, vaded the countenance of all ranks, whilst liberty nnd equality was stamped on every brovv, says a writer of the time. Rev. Mr. Nelson delivered the discourse of the day at the Presbyterian meeting bouse. There were toasts after dinner at the barbecue by Messrs. Ruble, Reu- 4 'IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brines on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other and ills which shatter the constitution i 'reck health. Don't forget the worJ SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It is REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other remedies. And, besides this, SlMMONi LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your " " system may be kept in good condition. I'cujiIp'm I'nrly ItFviliitlnii. FOR THE BLOOD take SIM.MONS The ravages of war have almost doso-latc- d resolutions were .LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood The following kingdoms, and spread misery in Try It and note purifier and corrector. all its forms over the face of the earth. passed by the People's Party at Deav the difference. Look for the RED Z on every package. You wont find it on Happy America has long shone as n cr Dam last week as follows other 1st We reaffirm our faith in the any other medicine, and there Is noLIVER star of the first magnitude. Her Liver remedy like SIMMONS platform adopted by the populist of REGULATOR-t- he Kingof Liver Remedies. Government founded on the princiKy., in their state convention at Be sure you get It. ples of eternal justice, and adminisJ. II. Zcllln fe Co., l'hlladelphla, l'a. tered by men who are the choice of Louisville, July 4, 1895. 2 ud We endorse the action of the PROFESSIONAL CARD. an cnlighled people excites the won- RoYal Powder IB&OWTEE.Y PURE Baking iLS223 0 "lT " ' l -- "mnm "-i " W CO loo Per Cent, tlio ia:i2n.a.ssora.os"t- - WHITE FOJi CATALOGVK- - Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from era vSr now TO THteiLKER CO. MANUFACTURES, Henderson3Ky BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Dyspepsia to rum: IIiiii'I Mop Tobiicco. Youiwui.r whim: usimi Constipation Biliousness Headache. Debility l'JIIx. Scud your address to II. E. DuUlcn & Co., Chicago, and geta tree sample box of Dr. King's NewiLife Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits These Pills are easy in nction and are Women's In the cure of "Bacn-Cur- o" but particularly eflective is not a substitute, Complaints. Constipation and Sick Headache. witha scientific cure, that cures Brevn' Iron Wtttr. U ptttuot to tike, out tho uid of will power and with no For Malaria and Liver troubles they ndtt will not Uln Ih.'Ucth nor cium ug It leaves the system have been proved invaluable. They lUpetloo. S th ctoimJ rtj line on tha inconvenience. nspurflund freofrom nicotine as the are guaranteed to be perfectly free wQf ttf' Bmi QmJaI c., CtUMft, (a day you took your first chew orsmoko from every deleterious substance and Cured By Baco(Juro and gained to be purely vegetable. They do not Thirty pounds. weaken by their action, but by giving We will furnish you the Daily nml From hundreds of testimonials, tho mul Till! Sunday Cotiricr-Jouruoriginals of which nroon hlo and open tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size for one year for 8.25 to inspection, tho following is present 25c. per box. Sold by Williams & cd. llratltirlm am Xeurnltiln curcil by Dr. Clayton,NevnilaCo.,Ark.,.Tan.28,,05. Dell Druggist. I'lLLS. 'UnuvvntniliM)." Eureka Chemical & Mfg., Co., La Chairman Charles U. Long has Crosco, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty . v. nivais. (. . vcafs I used tobacco in all its forms. sent out letters calling the DemocratFor twentyfivo years ut that tinio I ic State executive committee to meet IF YOU WANT THE DEST PRICE was n great sufferer from general de- in Louisville April 12 to fix a time for your TOBACCO, Ship to bility aud heart disease. 1'iir fifteen mid place for holding the State Demyears I tried to quit, but couldn't. I RICE & GIVENS, took various remedies, among others ocratic Convention. "No.To-Bac.- " "Tho Indian Tobacoo ikisim:. Antidote." Doublo Chlorideof Gold." Mr. Alfred Hurt has moved into etc, etc.,butnouo of them did 1110 the his new house. least bit of good. Finally, however, We have one of the best schools In 1 purchased a box of your "Uacc Curo" and it has entirely cured moot' Kentucky under the management of tho habit in nil its forms, and I havo Prof. R. C. Jarnagin and wife. Prof, Stevens while In to'vn n few increased thirty pounds in weight and am reliovcd from nil tho numerous weeks ago visited our school atidgave aches and prins of body ami mind. I an interesting talk. We hope he I)r. MIloa'Taln rills. All pain kanUbod could write aquiroof paper upou my will call and see ut ngaln. BEST IN QUALITY. -3- 6T IH QUANTITY. changed feelings and conditions. Misses Agues Childs and Lcta Rng-lan- d Mauiiuuy. Yours respectfully, P. II. spent Kaster with Mr. Henry Pastor 0. P. Bhurcii, Clayton, Ark. Sold by nil druggist at 81.00 per Thompson nud family, Hortou. box; three boxes, (thirty days' treatMrs. Mollie Allen, of Olnton, who writton was called home to the bedside of her with iron-clment), $'-guarantee, or sent direct upon receipt mother, Mrs. Hall, a tew days ngo, WHITE'S CREAM of prico. Write for booklet and has returned home. Her mother is proofs, Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis.', and Boston, improving. FOR 20 YEARS 37-- 0 Mrs. Whittinghill is on the sick mo. Mass. Hns lod nil WORM Romodlos. I list this week. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Whenever a druggist tells you he Misses Jannic and Susan Moseley oid MiC Ai.r, lmuouisTu. has something justasgood lorcoughs, and little brother. Virgil, visited Mr. to., it. ton. irminioi iiiiii etc., as Dr. Dell's PineTarllons grip, ey don't you believe it, for we guar-an- te W. P. Thomas and family last week that It Is not true. We make and teturned home last Friday. the genuine and authorize all drugffljmorlcnn Stoam Mr. Ulis Ragland spent Raster nt gists to guarantee it. The K. K. Sprlngllck, I'nducah, Ky. Sutherland Co., Piunceton, Ky., Mr. Jim Whlltinghill went to For sale byZ. Wayne Griffin &Dro., Does the fined work of any druggist, and Renfrow Dros. Narrows. Kvnnsville Sunday, Tho Ky. laundry in Kentucky, Miss Delle Whlttlnghlll.Springlick, Goods work in all guaranteed. made a flying trip home Sunday, torn up, buture returnare not Miss Katie Pierre spent Monday ed in good condition. If a friend doesn't speak to you with Mrs. Dr. Llsles. Laundry Shippod on Mon- brood over it. Miss Annie Myers is visiting her If you are slighte d brood over it. sister, Mrs. St Clair, this week. day, roturnod on Friday. If you can't addres as wclljti some Mrs. Sue Taylor visited her brother aarBavo your, work for me. one else, broo.l over it Mr. J. M. Ragland Sunday. If you lose money, brood over it. Mr. Otto and family have returned If you are criticised severely, grow to their home alter spending the winAgt. llAitTiono, Ky. fialaria Neuralgia Bad Blood Kidney&LIvcr Troubles Tho tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is eeriously allcctcd, inquiring health, comfort nod To quit suddenly is too happiness. severe n shock to tho system, as tobac-c- o to mi inveterate user becomes a stimulant that bis system continually "Bacu-Curis scientific craves. euro tor the tocaeco habit, in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin physicians who lias mod it in his private pmctico since 1872, without a iailure. It is purely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly "Imrinbess. You can use nil tho tobacco you want wliilo takiug "Baco- - Curo." It will notify you when to stop. Wo give u written guarantee to cure permanently any case with three boxes, or refuud the 10 per cent, interest. money o" 11 it. good will who has none to give you be sure to talk to him whenever and as long as you can. Talk loud enough for some one to hear whose good opinion you crave. Let a woman snub you twice or more. Make yourself the theme of conversation wherever possible. Always have nn excuse ready or an apology. Have a confident of everything. Permit the preacher or the parpcr todo your thinking. 11 I'trr ben Batterson, James Birney, Jacob Curtner, John Rochester, Nicholas Dice, John Hughes, John I.. Moore, Captains A, Bilbo, James Harlan, S. McDowell, William Adair, F. Yiezer, S. Davis and Judge Kelly. Nicholas Bice was a butcher. His toast is characteristic: Volunteers of Ken tucky Fat beeves and plenty of whisky; should their shoes wear out in marching to Banada may they be well replenished from the hide of John Dull. James Gillespie Birney was then ao years old. He afterward became famous ns an statesman nnd journalist, and the candidate of the Liberty patty for President. He could get no printers to work on bis paper at Danville, and bis office was mobbed in Cincinnati. Four ortlve ol his sons died of wounds or exposure in the Federal Army. At Capt. Jesse Robart's spring, in another portion of Mercer county, a large and respectable number of citiz ens, both male and female assembled for the purpose olcelcbrating the day. The young piople began early to amuse themselves by t'ancing on the green, under a most beautiful shade Stephen G. Letcher presided with John F. Bowman as secretary. Pres ident Madison's Proclamation of War was read. Among the toasts were: The Indian Tribes Like Adam and Uve in the Garden of F.den, they would be innosent but for John Dull, tempts them to sin who Sntan-lik- e and damnation. George HI and Na poleon Bonaparte The former, for nnti-slaver- HILI'-1'AI- TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, S02tb90S"W.Mai2iSt. Louisville, Ky. j ad VERMIFUGE! his injustice, barbarity and oppres sion, we have already damned; nnd, if the latter does not speedily do us justice, we will damn him too. The Fair Sex They prefer a gown of their own manufacture, with sweet inde pendence, to foreign finery and ser vility. There were volunteer toasts by Col John Thompson, Mojor Mos-bCapt. Lewis, Edward Worthing-ton- , Robert Hall and Robert Mosby. Rev Jesse Headdellvered an oration to a great concourse of people somewhere in .Mercer county on the same day, but nt what point Is not clear. It was published in full in the Lexington Reporter shortly after its delivery. His portrait appears in the November Numberof McClure's Magazine; in the first installment ol Miss Ida M. Tarbell's "Lite of Lincoln, " now miming in that publication. He is of national interest, ns being the clergyman who united in marriage the father and mother of Lin coln. Little Abe great In life but incomparably great in death was three years old and still lived in a Kentucky cabin, on that Fourth ol July, tu 18:2, when the bickswoods preacher made the welkin ring with his eloquence, as he stood near to na ture's heart, inspired by his theme., Extracts from IMV.JKSSltllKAD'S Eellow-Cltizeus der of the astonished world. They have witnessed the rapid growth of this rising young nation, diffusing happiness by its civil nnd religious institutions, and verifying the maxim, that to be virtcous course our Government lias pursued has not been sufficient to prevent nttemps to sap its foundation nnd destrow its existence. But He who holds the' destiny of nations in bis hands overruled the perfidious rttempt. Britain has not been alone in dispeace. turbing our France, in spreading her wide domain, has trampled on those rights she once avowed to establish, and stands second on the list of aggressors. She must do us justice, or ere long hear the thunder of American The conduct of those two belligerents of Europe, wns designed to throw us into the scale of the one, end bring us into contact with the other. Fortunate for America, a Jefferson and a Madison poised the scales of Government. They stood at the helm and guided our political bark safely through the rocks on either hand. We outrode the storm raised by a corrupt and infatuated foreign ministry, and were preserved from the desolations of a European war. Ask the cause of the widow's tears, the cry of the helpless orphan. The plains of Tippecanoe, stained with the blood of an Owen, a Spencer, a Daviess, and many other patriots, will reverbrcate with the mournful answer. The cup of indignation is full; it has been heaped up by our forbearance; it has been pressed down by our patience; it has been shaken together by our hesitation it is now running over, and calls for the avenging hand of the sous qf liberty. You, citizen volunteers, are the first to obey your country's call; you have stepped lor. ward to oppose your united front to British insolence and cruelty ; you have drawn your sword in defence of your injured rights: you will teach your enemies that you appreciate those blessings ofliberty an independence obtained by the blood and treasure of your patriotic fathers, are about to exchange the quiet domestic concern of the husbandman tor that of the soldier. Your cause is a just one. The God of Armies will be with you. The prayers ot all good citizens will be offered in your behalf. And, if in the counsels of infinite wisdom, it should be your country's sad lot to lose any of you In the contest, your very dust will be treasured up in the remembrance of the sons of united America. Yes, citizens soldiers, the fire and love of liberty will not die with you. Thousands and tens of thousands will be found stepping forward to avenge your death. Thus when the tolls ot war shall cease you will again return to the bosom of your country, wear ing the laurels of victory, enjoying the approbation ofn good conscience, the smiles and embraces of beloved friends, and again sit down under your own vine and fig tree, while there is none to make you afraid. Lemuel Denton, in The Lexiugton men-of-wa- r. populist in the recent legislature, believing that bad others such a cause the state would have been spared, the disgrace and humiliation heaped upon it by that body. ,3rd That we view with humiliation and disgrace the action of Gov. Bradley in placing the military above the civil powers in the state thereby repaesentatives of the people. OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess LAWYER, J.N. It. M'cililliiK, and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jiih.N. Ulenu, 4th We cordially invite the parties and persons who desire reform and good government to assist us in the coming struggle to elect a representative of this Senatorial district to represent the people and not the Railroads and Corporations. 5th Wc request all papers in this district to publish these resolutions. Geo. F. Mitchel, F. A. Pritle, J. A. M. Miller, Committee. LAWYERS, (Office, orer Anderson' GLENN & WEDDING, HAHTFORD, KY. llaianr.) Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. J. J. Dracken, Chairman. J. F. Doss, Sec'y. piIY James 6.. Smith., T AW HARTFORD, KY. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio "How fo Cure nil Nklil JILr nsea." and adjoining counties, and court of Simply apply "Swayne's Oint- Appeals. Special attention given ti ment." No internal medicine requir collections. Offico cast side of putlii ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, a! eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav square. ing the skin clear, white and healthy M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Its great healing and curative powers HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, are possessed oy no other remedy. Ask your druggist for Swaynk's KY. Will practice thier profession in all Hoy Wont I.lve n Month. So Mr. Gilman Brown, oi 34 Mill the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining St., South Gardner, Mass., was told counties, nnd in the Court ot ApSpecial attention given to by the doctors. His son had Lung peals. Office, next door to trouble, following Typhoid Malaria, collections. Bank of Hartford. Ointment. 34 iyr. lour Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, and he spent three hundred and seventy-five dollars with doctors, who Perry Westerfield, finally gave him up, saying: "Your boy wont live a month." He tried BeavebDam, Ky. Dr. King's New Discovery an a Jew bottles restored him to health and enH. R. WEDDING abled him to go to work aperfect well man. He says he owes his present Haetfoiid, Ky. good health to use of Dr. King's New Will practice his profession in all Discovery, and knows it to be the the courts of Ohio and adjoining best in the world for Lung trouble. counties.. Also Notary Public. Trial Dottles Free at Williams & Dell's Office, in Commercial Hotel. Drug Store. Attorney at Law. Attorney at Law, To Our l'Hlroim. When you want to buy anything look over the advertisements in our paper, call on them, tell them you TAT. Ky. saw their advertisement in this paper. ILL practice his profescion in all If you cannot do well as elsewhere, tho courts of Ohio and adjoining do not buy, but give our advertisers counties and Court of Appeals. Specthe preference. By so doing you can ial attention given to collections, help your paper and at the same time Offico next door below Commeri benefit yourselves. cial Hotel. PUB! UT Hartford, o. H. BARIUES LAW :m:. Nurlni: l'over tu ilio t'cot. If thac very painful and troublesome complaint, spring fever in the feet, is HARTFORD, KY. h present, the hot should be Will practice his profession in all th used every night, adding a spoonful courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. alum to the salt and mustard, and Careful attention will bo given to al Col rubbing the feet oiterwards with alco- business entrusted to his care. hol and lemon-juiin equal propor- lections a specialty. Ofiico with the tions, or with a week solution of car- county Attorney. Also Notary Public will bolic acid. This treatment DEL speedily reduce the swelling, and the (Connty Attorney) tired feeling and soreness are at once Attorney at Law, sL.iensrEi'a?, foot-bat- ce DF. 3NTEj.Ij, JC&w, relieved by either lotion. They are HARTFORD, KY. so valuable remedies that they ought Will practice bis profession in the From to be on every toilet-tablCourts oi Ohio and adjoining conn "Spring Ailments," in Demorest's ties. Special attention given to colMagazine for April. lections. Ofiico in Courthouse. m im Attorney at ORATION. Laundry Marvin JBrandon, faint and don't try ngiin. ter in Louisville. If one fickle girl jilts you, commit Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and Misses Ragland and Ralcy attended LnGrippe" when Laxative Duomo suicide. the Beaver Dam District Convention. will cure you in one day. Quinine If business is dull, snivel, it will OurSabbUli School is increasing Does not produce the ringing in the uever brighten up again, in interest and number. of Quinine, Put head like Sulphate Tell every one what you are going up in tablets convenient for taking. Miss Lizzie Curley attended the Guaranteed to cure, or money refund-ed- . to do. Have it announced in the pa- Central City ball Monday night. , sale by Price, 25 Cents. For pers if possible. Mauy. Williams & Sell, Hartford; Believe that every one is looking at got the measles, K. V. Wllllams.Beaver Dam; you when you walk grandly down Esther's A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Grover has the gout, the aisle. Drown & Chapman, Ccntertown; lohny has the Presidential bee If you with to gain some one's Buzzing all about. R. E. Her & Co., Rockpott. This day calls to our remeiubernnce one of the most Important eras that ever was presented to the political world. This day carries us back to the times that tried men's souls; to the time, time, when our fathers dared to face a tyrant oppressor, a. British King, and declare themselves free. This day will ever be memorable to the patriotic sons of America; it will bring to their recollection the blood and treasure spent by their fathers in the Revolutionary struggle, which eventuated in the achievement of our civil nnd religious liberties. The declaration of our independence on this day nerved the arm and diblow at oppresrected the sion and tyranny, which made monarchy Itself tremble on its throne. I few of those see in this assembly patriots, whose locks are silvered overby time, who shared the tolls, braved the dangers, and are now free from the frowns of oppression. thcevcr-memorable well-aime- d 11 Wc live In nn eventful period of time. Empires are tumbling Into ruin; nations rising against nations. This testimonial is unsolicited and JNO. B. WILSON, My for the benefit of humanity. daughter has been subject to severe colds and croup and often taken with HARTFORD, KY. Leader. violent coughing spells at night. Dr. attention given to col Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac, preparation I have founn that will re- also Notary Public lor Ohio County. l'llesl I'llcsl IlrliliiK l'llon. Symitoms Moisture; intense itch- lieve her. I think it is as necessary Ofiico North side of public spure. ing and stingingjmost at night;worse in the house-hol- d as a Hie preserver Res'y, by scratching. If allowedto continue 011 a steamboat. It. E. LEESIMMERMAN, B. L. jESSEt, tumors form, which often bleed and Jan. 18,1895. ulcerate, becomingverysore. Swanu's 202 W.Bridge St., Louisville, Ky. For sale by Z, Wayne Grlfiin&Bro., Ointmrnt stops theitching and bleedHautfoud, Ky. ing, heals ulceration, and In most druggist, and Renfrow Dros., NarWill practice his profession in all tho cases removes the tumors. At drugrows, Ky. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties gists, or by mail, for so cents. Dr. Swayue& Son, Philadelphia. Collections carefully and promptly atI'or llrul. The store house belonging to Miss tended to. Ofiico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Hrucriil Jul) l'rllllliiif. II. L. Gunther, known ns the C. N. We will do you as neat a job of Gunther house, opposite Court House. printing ns you can get in any .country or city office in Kentucky. It you Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. SPECIALTY: want nny thing in our line, get our The Rest Saivk in the world for prices before sending your order else- Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. where. Printing stationary means Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Prestagc, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Office 416 Upp. First st, Examine our samples of Letter Piles, or no pay required. It is guarheads, Note heads, nnd Envelops. anteed to give perfect satisfaculon or Price 25 cents per We print bill heads, statements, mul niotey refunded. posters. In fact we are prepared to box. FOR SALE BY Williams & tf Bell. do anything in the line of general job prlnnlng. Good work uudalr prices. For Hale, The entire stock of groceries assign a? &v5snJffi&Ha m. Just now everybody is beginning to ed to me by W. H. Williams, will sell w. v& take a Spring Medicine. Anil it is a. privately to the highest and best bid good thing to do provided you take der. Sheuiy Taylor, Simmons Liver Regulator the best 35tl Assignee. livSpi'ing Medicine. It's a sluggish er that clogs the system and makes HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. bad blood. A dose n day of Simmons Regulator will make n new man. When IUby wm lick, we Liver Is prepared to do any and all kind barfutorU. Prices most of Dental Operations. out ol you, and n new wonnn too. When ihe iu a CJUM, tha cried (or CutarU. Office over Williams 8t reasonable. Look for the. Red 7. on the package-I- t Yhro tta bticuna MIu, tha clung to CutorU. Dell's Drug Store. is Simmons Liver Regulator you. Wha tho tuul CUlJftO.(h (tvUiai OutorU, Vitalized air or laughing air adwant. ministered for paiulees extraction 0 teeth' Mile.' I'ul i PIIU, Willi Attorney at Law Attorney at jaw )r.. fL amaer J. R. PIRTLE vF&szzy DENTIST r' IUI11 ha iionhow Dr. fBUtftUKKftfJiSKi y - f imw ten Jl II iOT f) niWWppip wp i..rm.j. IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with some reluctance. After gettlnp money the difficulty Is to keep It. Han't It true that you arc constantly tempted to part with it. II you usfc in If we are putting temptation in your way, there's nothing- lett for us but to own up. tint's just what we are dolnj;. 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 I conveys but nn Indistinct idea of the I qualities you are to receive for those ( prices. n . Special Election Next Tuesday, April 21st. VOTE THE LOG CABIN TICKET. ftarniicire! ffarniicirell ;?s . Republican Ticket. ForSonator. D.J AMISS ; Democratic Ticket. ForSonator. People's Ticket. ForSonator. T. RISND1SR . . '. , I Prohibition Ticket. ForSonator. 1 Nothing flows so lreely from the facile pen of some advertisers as falsehoods. It is just as easy to write a big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $3 to $i" is no more labor than to trrite "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is deemed more effective. In many instances the phrases "Marked Down!" "Reduced to," "Worth so and so." are meaningless expressions when "Sifted Down." Quoting an article as being reduced from a certain high price to a specified low price is no evidence of worth unless there be intrinsic value in the article. Good quality and low price must be linked together in order to produce a bargain. It is an easy matterto mention prices, but a very difficult thing to describe qualities the latter must be seen to be correctly judged. If an advertiser could attach a sample of the goods advertised at a certain price to each copy of the newspaper in which his announcement is published they could see at a glance how near the tiuth the description came, but as this is impossible, resort is had in many instances to the reckless use of 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. Perry Westkrfield, Salesman. carrieo him to the scat of which he was rohbed. Vote for Dr. A. I). James, and Do this bystampmg your ballot in the large square containing the Log Cabin mediately below said Cabin. See form of ballot above. re-ele- ct vote 3E3t2.-l-y. At Polls Olose gtt jEqtvl- O'clock. - Vote the Log Cabin ticket. Vote early and for Dr. James. Vote early. I'olis close at 4 o'clock At James. special election, vote for Dr. It is next Tuesday. Tho Special Tuesday? Vote for Dr. James. What is next Election. Polls close at four o'clock. Have your ballot in promptly so as to be counted for Dr. James. wag much this Did he wag week. Wonder why? once too often last week? Fiiankie did not the Democrats of Wuo bought the Seventh Senatorial District from nominating a candidate for Senator? ofl the time of going to press we could hear nothing definite from the Convention, further than the Bradley Rev. John 1. Tuck ot the Christian forces organized tho body and seem Church preached in the School Hall Sunday nud also at night. to be well on top. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Horr. Jno. W. Lewis was Lee Barnes died last Tuesday morns for Congress nt Ilodgensville ing and was buried Thutsday alters He has noon in Goshen Cemet.try. Tuesday by acclamation. made a splendid record in Congress Mr. nnd Mr.s. Johnson, Sulphur and should be triumphantly re elect- Springs, visited Mr. James nnd family Saturday nnd Sunday. ed in November. Mr. O'car McKenney, who is now Dr. James ami Dr. Walton, whom staying in Rochester .spent Sunday the people of their respective Dis- here with his parents. tricts had elected by large majorities, Mr. H.irry Monroe, Louisville, has were unceremoniously and without come to .spend the summer with his cause expelled from the Democratic parents owing to his ill health. ial Judge Morton, wife nnd son, Burr, Senate at the bidding of a ward Hartford, spent Sunday in with irnm Lexington aud n Vote for Mr. W. H. Austin and wile. from Covington. Misses Jessie and Mary Smith, Dr. James and condemn the revoluHartford, wctc in town Sunday rfter-uootionists. pol-iticman-slayer BEAVER DAM. ton I n. Hartford Republican NAM A. AM)i:HSO.V Keillor. Subscription, SI. 25 por yoar. Friday, April 17, 1S96 Subscriptions $1.25 per annum in advance. Local notices 10c per line first insertion and sc each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, and must iuvaribly be paid for in advance, unless party ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work ofall kindspromptly and neatly executed. Rates and Torms. Sit.ciai. election. Vott. for James. Votu for Dr. A. D. Jame3. Special 21bI. election, Tuesday, April Next Tuesday tion. is the Special ElecTurn out ami vote for Dr. James. Ov Tuesday, April 21st, go to tho polls nnd vote for Dr. A. D. Junius for State Senator Wk desire tu call the especial tention of our readers to the address at- to tho people from members of tho Legislature published in another column. Head it Convention Tin: Ilodgensville choo Mr. Ben L. limner, the young Cicero of Grayson county.as Assistant Elector on tho Republican ticket. Mn. V. A. Giihon, our owi nnd only "Gip," represented tho Fourth District on tho Committee on Organization in tho Louisville Convention the right man for tho place. Col. John 15. Carlisle, of Marion, e, nnd the Hon, V. 11. Uiirton of were chosen Delegates to tho Nutional Convention by the Republican Convention at Ilodgensvillo Tuesday. Thoy uro good selections. Ureck-inridg- 1 i As the taxing clause of tho College Charter lias boon repealed thus leaving nothing provided for maintaining our school but the Stato Fund, our people should voto a tax to supplement this Fund in order to nisuro u school In tho future. The District hu3 a right to voto a property tax of 01) cents or Iws and a poll tux of 81.00 or loss. What do you think of it? many years ago tho Hnald could not be handi enough nor insulting enough in its treatment of tho Populist party and its candidates. The Hon. Wesloy Crowo and Mr. F-Pirtlo were stigmatised unmercifully, but how are the mighty fallen! TIiojo latter days present to 119 tho humiliating aspect of seeing the poor little Jerald tieil tothu hind wheel of tho 1'opulist cart patiently swallowing its ionner editorial, Its noso tu the grind stono of partisan subservidust of utter ency and it tall devolution. Simon said wig wag. Not iip-tli- kt jugti bjrrui". in mo, rvil'l ir- -i ir-- rvi 11 ( a a 'ImimMwaL hf driJirirtftt. intrjn r Uw Wj BEST W0VEH WIRE FENCE ON EARTH Horso-lllgBull. Strong, Plaond Chlckan Tliht, L.M These papers denounce them mmmmcrtD 10 . s i at revolutionary nnd subversive of m m.n onu ooy can nioite. irom iu 10 ou rou a day. Now, will the giod government. Oor SO ntylei. : lllufrat(1 Cntiilniriijk Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparllla, Republicans ot the Seventh Dlstiicl Ornamenfal Fence. and tbey have done me much good. I Senate. endorse these unusual proceedings, will not be w ithout them. I have taken 13 Iho world would bo a substitute for our flneOrnoman- meekly take the insult of having bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla,and through nco. uoouiiiui. uuranm. Or course the very ninmout tho Plain KOlvonUod FENCE WIREutronR. and Chaap. cold to their duly elected Senator expelled tho bleating ot (Jod, It has cured me. wholesale prices. Circulars and Price Farmara at Li at rr... Jack Chinu crowd saw their treasonI worked as hard as ever the past sumKIT8ELMAN BROTHERS, Dox 02, RldRovlllo. Indiana. without cause and commend the Jack able game was beaten, they very mer, and I am thankful to say I am Chinn crowd, by Ptnying at home and aistisnot tar ofl und Dem eny is ' well. Hood's Pills when taken with quickly said they were juslplayingnud dead, but sleepeih. You that are nllowing tho defeat of Dr. James by not Hood's Sarsaparllla help very much." old enuuch will reraemUr their mot that they wcie not going to do anyMnuKKOKn, Freehold, Pcnn. Well, not hardly to was any thing to heat Grunt. The MRS..M. St. n combination? thing no how. And the dust of AnaThis and many other cures prove, that unjthu..; on misallsame is Republicans, do your duty. nias took on a deeper hue of green. Loot out, the iance tu beat ja.iu.s. Democratic ring uiasteis have ctacttd The Amount of presumption The State expects every Republic- sessed by the average Democratic the whip and aie going totry todnve thtir puity into the 1'opulist ranks, an to do his duty mi the Senatorial sheet is wonderful. .Some of these not because they love them, but as tactics election. The among them the Henderson they think lor Ituir own Lettish mo. tivtK. resorted to by the Democratic leaders Jmirnal, are trying to create tho t, tlie One True llloml Purlfle r. Alt itniKBlits.JI. I see many ol your colltspnudt Uts nnd espein the General Assembly the Wilson Tariff law is that nutlimr some ot their ilituUs ioiw.ird '' l,renimlonly!i)C.l.IioodftCo,twll.M.wi. cially in the Democratic Senate, a I'reteciive measme and helps to Ij fnl the offices Hi it .uelolic iilitd 111 act easily, promptly and ccdu. It seems to me a littic pienu- - IiOOd'S Pills should leavo no patriotic citien in make times harder. That the Wil57. s the time doubt regarding his lesponsibility as son law helped to destroy and with lure as distance, lor such .sekciiot is I .ir fcil. In the vet I Hippos--- , tneie Goto the polls, voto for the Democratic threats of more radic- is i wrong in so noiiv. then for, I an elector. fust cihss Iiiisii ess house in w irmi ui y,,, H, ,.. Ohio Dr. A. D. James and thusset tho seal al Free Trade did, in great mcaeutee, wiupieunt o.iu county Kv. Quite Y&R this of jour condemnation upon the revo- destroyed tho prosperity of the coun- honor n the .,gilt ot the people ct i,..r.i ' 1...J ... Por ltirthr par ,L.i Ullt IIIMJ u.. ,.w.nvM.....M t ot Goehel mid try there can bo no mistake, but it lUMHiy. lutionary leadeiship rn'srs nddt- - I, W, Tabor, Pords- iu every political contest .since he has TffA .' f.lliokrr, Hiutloid, Bronston, tlw twin ille, arises Iroin the taut that the Wilson redched his iiujorit iiinl ttiitt i.smthe of the nineteenth century. law is 11 blow against Protection and person ot our own llosea Miown. lor j t A.sstssoi nl Ohm Ciiiuiy. .. in favor ot foreign manufactures and Mis. J L. Elutoie. Owrtishoio. is Captain Gaither, as Gallant 10 YOU'.VANTIOHUY AKARM? labor instead of our own. The pros- visiting her paients this nixa. DO YOU WANT TO SELL A Democrat as Kentucky aflhrds aud perity ol the country during tho suMr Wtsley Stevens and uster.Mi'R Chairman of tho Democratic Com- premacy ot the McKinley law to the Iviitma, ami Mr. lUyuen WcoLi. Kin- - j. ' vkM' .Urhook uttuidul the musieal enrer. w NT mittee of Mercer county, informed time a Democratic victory menaced t'ttimifMr- :it .,-- -. I. A. Iii i s la.iL..,,,..... ., I'.s -. Gorernm Bradley ol the existence of tho industries ol tho country, is uu. Tue.s-1.1Oiisr.iividt night. IIVVKYOUA PAR.MTO RENT? Chinu. paralleled in the history of tho world. the All promiy managed to the best thug combine to thwart tho ends of No small objection w. licit oui-("'vaiil.iu eby T. J Smith & Co., NIIIIKVK. s untrammeled legislation and on this folhshnd to the C. V. Miles nnd wile were the llattlord, Ky. 3;t In our ( aud other information of like charac guests ol I.. DeWeese Sunday. was their nauseoi.snes.s. ter Governor Biadley acted as 11 faithOldham filled his regular ap- day, this objection is removed mid Kev. ful ollicial and called out the militia pointment at I'leasant Grove SaturAyer's Sarsapaillln, the most power- Sunday, is from tho day and ful and populai of to piotcct tho Legislature A Sunday School was organized nt Represent-e- d domination of 1111 armed mob, headed Pleasant Grove on the first Suuday 111 as pleasant to the palate as a cordial. Call ou Bitlliiigton, the barber. by tho raco starter, thug, bulldiuer April nnd J. W. Iioliiig was made Armstrong rata hr.a misliuw lth Dr. JliW "til. Vltlo. nnd and gambler Jack Chinn. And when Superintendentgreat Oscar of interest A deal Secretary. Capt. Gaither was asked by Mr.Bron-etnis ni.inilested 111 the v.ork. HPt W) aaWt Mr. John Miles und Mi&s Murtie who knew of this combination ho Cauneltott, Ind , on Flee eloped to told him face to face that ho (Bronthe 13th and were married ston) knew of it ntul wasongaged in Mrs. D. II. Oodsey it very low 1 Aud on tho very first day tho with pneumonia aud her tecovery Ih it. orlis1! afe militia stood guard tit tlio Capitol Jack doubtful. DOOR BAN SAFE. HOSUR PATENT SCBW IOSIIK FATINT FIHE PROOF SAFE The tchool at this place closed preIHE CORLISS PATENT BANK SAFE. Chinn and some of his henchmen de- maturely, owing to Mckncss ii the manded adniiision, hut as tho paperx lauiily of Mr. L. W. Godsey, Messrs. James DeWeeae, II. 1) said wits refused and"siniliiig" walked V W. vVim e It llurch, Jr , away. In preventing bloodshed mid aaaaaPsWaMaaaaaaaaaatt euteied school ut Pordsville. wild disorder which the Chinn crowd, Timidus. under tho guidance and direction ot Gochel and BroiiBtnn would certainly If you ate looking torthc best fence pig hnvo instituted, the Governor did on earth, horse-high- , what any good nillcial would litivo nnd chicken tight, that can be made done nnd ho deserves the unstinted at the actual cost ol the wire, notice commendation of every good rltl.en theadvettisementol Kitseliuau Bros,, Tho cjtiea. Kldgevllle, Ind., und fend tor their without regard to party. Contrnctois to tho Unhid Stuic.H Ooverinueut, "Shall tho laws hi large illustrated catalogue. l'LANH. HPEOIFIOAT10N8 AND rUl'IMATES tlnu was simply: SOLI? OWNERS OF Contrnctors to tlio Mexlrim Government. FURNISHED ON ALL KIND OF upheld or shall they he trodden under The following named persons have Mosler und CrIiaH l'utcnt Hafca in HANK VAULT A SAFETY DEPOSIT WO IE K foot by an oiguuid body ofpolitl. paid their suhictiption to Till! tifu oil over tlio World. A FIHE AND UUKQLAU PROOF SA FEH.ETO. Tho cal desperadoes ntul assimiiii'f" since our last issue: Dr. Chicago III , No. 307 Wabisli Avenue Governor was sworn to uphoM tho G. 1) Renlrow, Philadelphia; Thos Hoston, Mass., N0.19 Devonshire St. New York City, No, 305 Broadway, Corner Dunne Iitwuml he took tho only means in C Strattou, Win Urown.C.N Mirks, Cincinnati, Ohio. Southwest Corner 30 and Vine Street, Khiis.is ity. Mo , .N.i.oi Delaware St St' Louis. Mo .No. 304 North Fourth Strret. I Status nud lorclgn Countri T,on Angeles, Cal ,No.j38 North Malt) Stiwt llumillou.Olilo, Providencc,R.I.,and alt other principal cttits iuvlieUalf that end J. W Ward, Ilattford. Ins power of accomplishing filtv-eig- Dr. James will in- -' Tin: JJerald seems anxious nbout dicatc that the Seventh Senatorial the county's indebtedness. We are District is opposed to Jack Chinn informed that the county owes about legislation. S 13,800. Will the JJerald state what tho county owed when Mr. Felix The indications are that the Dem- went out of office ns Countr Attornocrats and Populists are on a still ey?- The Repuiiucak "will gladly Boys, keep your hunt for Render. accord space to'' Mr. Felix that he eye on the gun and vote early. "may inform the public n.s to the true financial condition of Ohio county" No Republican has a right to reGo cast wheu ho retired from office. main away from the polk. your ballot for Dr. James and eviCol. ). S. R. Wedding was chosrn dence your enmity for mob law. Elector for the Fourth District at the Col. Convention. Do not feel that you have discharg- Ilodgensville ed your duty by going to the polls Wedding is an able speiker, well inand voting for James yourself, but formed on the issues of the day aud take your Republican neighbor along no better choice could have been He will carry the banner rf made. with vou. Republicanism into every county in A Democratic Senate, ruled by the District, tellim the people of the Goebel aud Bronstnn, stood between party's matchless history aud magthe Republican House and a Repubnificent principles and woe be unto lican Governor to prevent legislation the Democratic stumper who falls in demanded by the best interests of the his way State. The leading Democratic papers of He was duly elected, but was.with-nthe State do not uphold the cause, expelled at the bidding nf methods of the Democratic The election of Mr. Langlcy Maddox. McIIenry, visited his si'ttr. Miss "irnddox, who is attending school here. Mr. J. B. Bir and little daughter, Miss May, visi'.ed relatives in Ind , this week Miss Gertie Ticheuor. who his been absent from school lor the past week has returned to to An but will not enter school 011 account ot b id health. She will return to her home New-Alban- ' that our Furniture stood moving better than thonv eragc which simply means that our Furniture is above thn average, ami that menus a good deal too, nowadays when the quality of Furniture nvcr images better. In buying Furniture do one or tuo things before you buy nil) thing. Make up your mind how much vti want In ;end and seo what we can give you for that amount, or else iniko up your mind w'mt grade ol Furniture Always the lowest 011 you want and compare our price with that ot others. 8ayHue iiim.ud to sam e grade of Furniture. St Ann Street, 1T. ! I. Kl.SA.tT. 115 12t Rev o Tl Roi'rrfilleilm regular Owensboro, Ky. appoint t ' :. ." last first 011 it Siunl.iv ai- om,ai.ied oy .lis wile and two children Successor to Martin & Smith. Little Maud Baldwin was the guest of her grand parents the past week. Mr. Holla Humphrey. Irom the Little Betid, viited friends in this vicinity a few daws last neck. Mr Birch Monroe, who has been afllicted lor some time with Rheumatism, In improving. Miss Sue Monroe returned home last Wednesday from a few weeks visit to her parents near Horton. Kev. Hintou filled his monthly appointment nt this place last Saturday night nnd Sunday. cost Miss Kmm 1 I.tlcs returned home less, last Sunday from two months visit with her tstcr in Beaver Dam. Miss I.uclla Crowder opened up school licte last .Monday. J-Xi Miss I.uira Alfjrd is very low with nT lung trouble. Mr. Mitchel Baldwin was the guest see ot II. A. Milles last Sunday. Miss Mary Hatlcr was kicked by a horse last Thursday cutting her right in eyelid in two and a gash on her rhrek about 2 inches long. Dr. Liles wa- - calleJ aud sewed the wound up. Miss Kate Stewart is no better at this writing. The pnyer meeting has been changed from Wednesday night to ; 18th. baturilay night. Mr. Alfiel Stewart is teaching a Sunday Mnging school at Mt. Zion bchojl was orgmized at Mt. .ion last first Sunday, X When it moved 1'2!)-1:.'J- 1 111 - mmimsw ,T E. D In order to clunigo business, will begin and selling out nt Friday morning. ji Any time before that date, and prices, and the great reduction On Friday WILL SELL AT S0ST and near Point Pleisant Saturday. Messrs. A. M. Johnson, J. A. Dull, N 11. White, Laurence Daniel and their homes many other pupils vis-te- New- - Mnltiu,s nt Carson & Co's. Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mattie Taylor .spent Friday night and Saturday iu the country with Miss Hatfie Miller. A Christian L'ndeavor Society was organized iu the M. K. Church last Sunday evening Arrvn. CI.EVIt ut hijh-hande- d whose motto Now, let's wai "Rule or Ruin." condemn the rule or ruin crowd hy again electing Dr. James to the politicians Semite. Health is good ut this time and far mers are busy preparing their ground for another crop. W H. Hoagland. of this place, nnd old loth Kentuckiau, gave Ins friends on the 7 tti oi this month a flue dinner 111 honor ol uimseltand Ins old .soldier fritnJ, J. A. Park, both bci-tjenrs of Hje .n that dav. Theiu is every piospctt at Washington Church tori I'm- - Sabn.uu School; there heii g Gi pupils etm-ih-with Imj J. A. P.iik una u and Wnuur Tirisle host ot piomineut teachers. A.s I have said enough on the farming I will ask the Republicans of this the Seventh SenatoThe rial District to be ou the alert. ht sub-j'ct- ltt'.. I People find Just the help they so much need, in Hood's Sarsuparilla. It strength by the vitalizing ami enriching the blood, and thus builds up the none, tones the stomach nnd regulates the whole system. Read this: " I want to pralso Hood's SirtaparllU. My health run down, and I had tho crip. After that, my heart and nervous system w ere badly fleeted, ho that I could not do my own work. Our physician gie me tome help, but ltd not cure. I decided to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. Soon I could do all my own housework. Ihaetakcn de-irputi-tyin- Nervous Saturday, April 17th and Staple and Fancy Groceries, various kinds Jewelry, AValehes and Clocks, blank Books, School Supplies and Latest Novelties, Musical Instruments, Soap, Perfumery, Brushes, Bazors, Base Ball Supplies, Wall Paper, Guidon Seeds and Croquet. N. B. No reserve made of stock. E. D. Beaver Dam, Kv. TILFORD. Cured l-al- l!I- - h, " ta onj firniTO n nnni ubii 10 a riavi -I r... I is pa-pe- r, high-hnmt- Hood's Sarsaparilla a ir Irt-iite.- 1 win , i. igi-lati- bii-ga- I l.j.i'l). ' 11 -- -. .- -- ,.,,... ) Bronstnu-Goebel-Jnc- k old-tim- e spiliig-medi-cine- J blood-purifier- I Children Cry for Pitcher's Gastorla. d by CAHSON H & CO. n Operating the AFE G if IF fflill paetoiiffi vosler and (aaaaaHRf IlllaV 1 ie bull-stron- g, Mosler& Corliss Patents. 23 jflLUjESSDFLO OMS. t 1 .. HW 'T-- - SPECIAL BMHiSI & Sick Headache nick hrnrinche. It was usually with severe pains In tlio temples and sickness at tlio stomach. I tried a good many rcmrt"'i CONGRESSIONAL Convention. of the 4th District MgoIuI fHBSBP Tor the next two weeks FAIR BROS. 12c. CO. Permanently Cured The Repnblicans was troubkil, long time, with "I (i r Hodgensville. A Will offer their trade some special bargains on their entire stock. ""i. L59 rccoii'Mit'iiilcd f.r this complaint ; but It uaMH.t until I began u.l. mi,' Largo and Enthusiastic Gathering. iii:i'1iksi:.nti:i). Zephyr Ginghams 8c, actual value Apron check gingham 5c, worth 8c. India linens 8c, worth 12 c. Solid ducks 10c, worth 15c. Best calico 5c, worth Gc. Cotton crepons 10c. worth 12 ic Linen Bastiste, very stylish, 15c. Grass cloth 10 to 30c, all the rage. French organdies 35c. nv AVER'S V. Villi.. M.nt T i.vr.iiY I niniv WE POSITIVELY Cannot he undersold in bleach and brown cottons, shirtings, table linen oil cloth, etc. THE TIME FOR Spring cleaning is here. We are prepared to furnish you floor oil cloth, mattings, window shades, scrims, lace curtains, curtain polls with brass or wood fixtures. And dress goods department needs no comThey are chock full of the menting on. the latest novelties. Miss Walsh is ready to trim you a hat in the latest style. A vis- Our Millinery you will assure you that we are the pier of any body ii. this line. it from We surely can please you. Boys suits 75c to $5; men all wool suits $4 to $15. Come to Hartford and stop in front of our store, if we can do you no good, we are sure to do you no harm. A visit will be Don't Forget Our Clothing. appreciated. lETa-i- x Hartford Mackerel at SUvem' Bros- - Sz, Co. emple of fashion. Hoes, rakes, etc., at Stevens' at a I'uie ciub eider lor sale by V. V. '" Pirtle, Haitlord, Ky. nnd wile. L. C Duke. Mr. A. J, Hell A. D. White nnd C. 15. Rogers went to Louisville Tuesday. siifrlfl C. 1". Kcown and Mr. C N. Marks left Tuesday lor Louisville to attend the Stnte Convention. bargain. Get your N ot Stevens'. V. Early Rose potatoes Mr. J. rkttingcr, of Greenville, one of Muhleuberg's ardent Republicans, has been in town this week. One of Hertford's most pleasant visitors last week was Mr. E E.Sutherland, oi the 13. E. Sutherland Medicine Co., of Paducah. STOP AND Attorney R. R. VedcM11, wife and children attended the marriage of his niece. Miss Uvia Wedding.at Remember Field & ' Holbrook handle the very best baled hay. Call on them when in town and your horse will be well cared ion Mr. Silas Hunter, Westcrfield, and Sudie Udrtlett, Henderson, surprised their friends by eloping to Rockport, fnd the 7th inst., and getting married. THINK Don't you know that it pays to see wheie you can buy the cheapest? Don't on know that ?i fcaved is $1 A merchant buys where he made? can get the best Roods at the lowest price Jast as you Should do. Keep account of your expenses and Remember Field & Holbrook con-n- ot buy closely and see how much you be excelled wheu it omes to have saved in a year. handling fine buggies. Their stock is complete and are sure to please I you. Will Save Mr. E. G. Burton and Miss Minnie Jahu were married at the residence of I thebride's father, near Goshen, on If you don't think so try me. buy at thecloscst figures and sell ut last Wednesday, Rev. J. C. Brandon officiating. the very lowest. You Money It is Money to me L B STEVENS. Mr. Mose Hudson, who was quite sick last week, 1s out again. Stevens sells queensware cheaper than It ever was sold in Hartiord be fore. You get o first class Hunter sifter with every box of Golden baking powdeis for 15c at Stevens'. ill SccAt6tnutictu of Cod-liver Your clear skin ? Mother's. Your voice? Mother's. Your slight figure? Mother's. Inherited weak lungs? Then Live out protect yourself. doors ; get the fresh air ; and keep well nourished. with Sanderfur went to Whitesvllle Tuesday to attend the wedding of Miss Llvln Wedding and Mr.W.L. Cecily Miss Kachie OH, Hypo-phosphit- es, Is the best known It Is rumored that Hattford is to have a new drug and jewelry store soon. A Mr. Dempsy, ol Green-vlllit is suggested will be the pros prietgr. The following Republicans left Monday for the Hodgensville Convention: Col. J. S.R. Weddiug.Hon. C. M. Harnett, Judge Jno. P. Morton, Messrs. W. A. Gibson and Sam A. Anderson, and P, A, Gary (of col.) e, preventive to serious lung trouble. It supplies Just the kind of needed fat ; prevents useless waste of tissue; makes rich blood; and fortifies the You body against attack. should take It at once If you feel weak, have no appetite, or are losing flesh. w r Oil tnJ I'ul up In w cM nJfl.outlut, ThtimilUUt nuy . tMUh la ur ygur xih er My yur bby. SCOTT'S EMULSION hn tucn indent 1 ky jtur tht nuJUal pr.ftulcn for Iwinty yitit. (.-dxtor.) ThU l baui ll Ii lwiy ftUltUt-t- U ays u4flrm lwvi eoHUmt tttfurttt Norwgun Jr'ii. Pursuant to call of chairman C.'M. Harnett the 4U1 District Republican Convention met at Hodgensville at 10 glo box of thcsn pills did tlio win I; o'clock Tuesday morning. Delegates for 111c, mid I nm now .1 well man." were numerous and all were in die I'. II. IltTciUNflH, East Aubiirn.Mr. spirits ntul lull of Republicanism. For tlio rapid euro of Constipation, Dyspepsia, Hlllousricss, Nnti. Promptly at 10:30 o'clock Chairman Harnett called the house to order sen, and all disorders of Stomach, and Rev. Davenport led in prayer. Liver, and Dowels, tako Mr. Harnett made nn opening statement and when the name ol Gov. Bradley was mentioned in connection with the Presidency,the applause was deafening. Alter the applause had subsided he stated that the committee had Hon. Charles Blanford, ol Breckenridge county as permanent Kedal and Diploma at World's Falr. chairman and upon taking the chair, Aik your draggltt lor Ajer't Saruparllla he paid a glowing tribute to the Republican principles. He made many wise suggestions and made a See our Parasols. Cakson & Co. strong appeal ior harmony. Alter Mr. Hlanford's speech Mr. W. P. " See our Neckwear. Myers, ot Marion county was named "up-to-date- ," CAnsoN & Co. as permanent Secretary and Sam A. Anderson as Assistant Secretary and Don't fail to see our New Straw the convention proceeded to business. Hots. Carson & Co. The chair nppointed the following We keep a lull supply of Furniture. committee on Rules: E. D. Guffy, Wm. Reed, Cad Burba, Max Howard, Carson & Co. Frank,Troutman. Committee on Organization: Jno. We have a beautiful line of Straw r. nasweu, u. u. Barnes, Cakson & Co. Hats. Ashcrolt, G. W. Long, Col. Crad-doc.Don't fail to see our Neckwear. Committee on Credentials: C. C. Carson & Co. Christian, J. C. Powell.G. D. Smock, II you need Dress Goods it will pay J. M. Faulkner, W. T. Morrow. Committee on Resolutions: Ben you to see Carson & Co. L. Bruner, Judge Jno P. Morton, Come to Carson & Co. for Northern W. L. Malone, J. E. Wood, W. O. Reed. Early Rose Seed Potatoes While the Committees were out Dr. r. Mr. M. L. Heavnnis iuUwensboro Walton was called upon for n f.peccb, and responded in an unusual good this week attending court. speech. We ha,ve some home-mad- e pickles Nominations being in order for chairman of the District Committee, at 15c. per gallon. Carson & Co. Hon. C. M. Barnett was placed before Born to the wile olWorth Tichenor, the Convention in a neat little speech Jr., on last Thursday the 9U1 a fine by Mr. Proctor. Mr. C. L. Barnes was also placed in nomination, but boy. withdrew before the vote was com.' Circuit Clerk G. B. Likens is build- pieced and Mr. Barnett was declared ing a veranda to his residence on the chairman of the District Committee. Mr. B. T. Conway, of Marion Mill Street. county was placed in nomination for Mr. O. T. Htnes and family, Rock-por- t, Secretary of the Committee. It was visited the family ol Clerk D.M. moved and seconded that Mr.Conway be elected unanimously, which was Hocker Sunday, carried. Mr. M. T. Richardson, of Hardin Misses Ella and Corinnc Cox left this morning lor Owcnsboro on a county, was elected Vice President Awarded Irom the 4th District to the State lew days visit. Convention. Highest Honors World Fair. Hon. G. W. Long was placed in Miss Hortense Rogers, who has nomination member of the Combeen visiting her brother, Rev. Jo. B. mittee on lor Resolutions in the State Rogers, returned home yesterday. Convention, which was made unanimous. We have just received a car load of Mr. W A. Gibson was placed in the celebrated Globe Come nomination for Committeeman on Permanent Organization, and was and get prices. Carson & Co. elected without a dissenting voice. The stone work lor the Court Yard Mr. Cad Burba was unamously elected a member ol the Committee on lence under the management oi contractor Micluul Crahnn is progressing Credenliils. Mr. J. C. Powell was unanamously rapidly. elected on the Committee of Rules and Order. Mrs. Capt. Kirby and daughter, Hon. Jno. B. Carlisle, of Marion Miss Jessie, Fordsville, visited the county was elected by acclamation family oi County Clerk D. M. Hocker as one of the Delegates from 4th DisMOST PERFECT MADE. trict. Mr. V. B. Burton, ot Brecken-ridg- e this week. county, was elected as theother A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fref Attorney C. M. Harnett is building Delegate irom the District. Messrs. from Ammonia, Alum er any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. a veranda to his icsilcuce on Washing- tfonyers and Wood were elected by acclamation as Alternate Delegates. suton Street. Mr. W. II. Mauzy is Hon. J. S R. Wedding was elected perintending the work. Elector by acclamation, and Ben L. Bruuer was elected Assistant Elector. The Masons of Hartford will give a The Committee 011 Resolutions banquet at their Hall the first Monday made their report, which approved night in May, under the auspieces oi the call of the Convention and endorsed the management of the late camthe ladies of the Baptist Church. paign and condemned the action oi County Clerk D. M. Hocker, wile the late Democratic Senate and the rough manner in and daughter, Miss Willie, visited Dr. Walton was treated. The which Reso iriends nud relatives at Sulphur lutions endorsed Gov. Bradley's acMade tion in calling out the militia and o Springs and Fordsville last week. endorsed the course of Hon. Jno. W. Mr.Lem McIIenry and Mrs. John J. Lewis in congress, and instiucted the till low McIIenryleftfor Louisville yesterday. Delegates to vote ior Gov. W. O. Bradley lor President and selected Mrs. McIIenry will remain in the city Gen. E. H. Hobson for Delegate from a few days and then go on to Denver, the State at Large. The Resolutions Col., where she, Mrs.Jennie McIIenry were adopted. And Whon Locks Complotod Nominations being in order ior and Messrs Godfrey and John McIIenry a Spllntor NowTon Cab-I- n Congress, Hon. Jno W. Lewis was will spend the stimmer. Stoamor. placed in nomination and received the hearty endorsement of the Coni Miss Annie Fogle gave a pleasant vention. our tiii. jaxi i'i.ank. birthday entertainment to a small There being no futher business be- tiiuou number of iriends Tuesday evening. fore the Convention, upon motion Immediate navigation ol Rough Those present were Misses Mamie adjourned. m River now seems to be practically asRoss and Mabel Hubbard and Messrs. Hall's Hair Renewer cures dandruff sured. Capt. W. W. Server, ot the W. C. Bell, Oscar Bishop nudE. F. and scalp affections; also all cases of Buskill. It was a most enjoyable af- baldness where the glands which feed Steamer City of Clarksvllle, plying V. Howe, fair throughout. the roots of the hairnre not closed up. Green River, and Mr. M. Soliciting Freight Agent for the!,., Marriage license issued since our for Nolo. St. L. & T. R. R , Spotsville, were -- A four year pld Tom' Nichols bay here the latter part of last week and last report: Ii. G. Burton to Miss Jno. J. McHr.Nuv. Minnie Jahu, J. O. Baize to Addie M. mare. the first of this in consultation with Stringfield, Logan P. Stewart to MagHenry Ward Beecheronce informed our merchants and business men and gie Wolf, James W. Cox to Rebecca a man who came to him complaining arrangements perfected by which Patterson, Thomas II. Harrison to of gloomy and despondent feelings, Capt. Server will put a boat in Rough Lottie Truman, Albert Bosket to that what he most needed was a good River nt an early day. Mamie Irwin, L. W. Allen to Sara cathartic, meaning, of course, such a The plan is for Louisville freight medicine as Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Brown, to be shipped down the I,., St. L. & every dose being effective. T R. R., to Spotsville thence by way 11 niiimw.i: (lA.M'.llVJf. of Steamer City ol Clarksvllle and Health is good. Farmers are busy Health is good at this writing. the Rough River boat to Hartford. preparing for a large crop. linve had a good week The farmers rebegun planiting It Is believed Ireight will thus be Our Sunday School is progressing for work and have is looking very duced to our people about half, savs orn. The peach crop nicely. We invite all to attend. 'favorable at this time. ing $10,000 a year. The Epworth League, which was The trustees have reported seventy-seve- n Capt. Server had n ten days option organized some time ago, is growing pupils in Salem district No. 31, for trade before we would be pleased to have more this year, enough to have a good on a light draft boat and coming here, nnd he says he can joiners. We are having a good teacher. Rev. John C.Duncan will preach make the Hartiord trip two or three prayer meeting at this place. here next Saturday and Sunday, months yet, nud when the locks are Messrs. S. Stewart, Stephen WoodMr. S. M. Christian and wife visi- completed will put an elegant little ward, Robert Webb, Hosea Shown ted their daughter Sunday. Cabin Steamer on the River. Mr. J. M. Christian and wife visiand Miss Mary Woodward started If the Illinois Central knows a Saturday morning to attend Presby- ted relatives in Koslnc Sunday. Mr. J. D Miller is sick at this time. thiud or two its management will net tery. Mr. Frank Haynes, from HenderIn meeting' rUer com petition Mrs. V. M. Stewart, Mrs. E. G. son City, and his sou, Marion, from be long by building a spur to Hartiord. Stewart, Messrs Ernest and Herbert Deaiifieh). "re visiting Mr. S. M. WitDay by day business prospects for Andkrson, Stewart, James Bennett, Misses Eva son nenr here. Hartford grow beautllully brighter and Esther Bennett, James Stewart Moke it a point to nee that your nnd commercial liberation grows conattended a birthday dinner of Miss blood Is purified, enriched and vitalsolingly nearer. Just keep an eye Ollle Ezell, Buford, last and Mr. ized nt this season with Hood's Sarsa-pirill- on Hartford nnd watch her hump herTuesday. self. Miss Ether Westerfield who has Hlniyril been visiting iriends in Buford, reMr. John D. l'oster has failed to get From my farm on No Creek, one red turned boraf Friday n settlement with the Insurance Com. Mr, J, B. Her and wife visited panies for the loss of his stock ol fcteer, 3 years old, dehorned, marked friends ot near Hartford lastThursday. goods by Tire last November and has swallow fork in left and split in right Jo A. IIarnktT. The men will begin a new road brought suit against the AUaa Insur- ear. i Monday from the Hartford and ance Company for $i,6oo, and the Owensboro to the Hartford and Liver-mor- e Connecticut Fire Insurance Company road, Mav Flowkr. lor Jr.soo. MrniV" "T nintiiingiikupciiiii. ncnt bencllt. A sin- - .! AYER'S Cathartic Pills W We will have fully opened our immense SPUING STOCK, which wo propose to say surpasses anything of former ycars,both The necessity of specialties in STYLES and BARGAINS. has long been apparent, from the fact if a lady wants a "Pine Dress" or a "Wedding Outfit" in full, she wants to select it, hence she will go where she can get it. So in other lines. Now we have some "Specialties" to which we direct attention: FIRST: In Dress Goods, we have some very elegant and new "styles" and "PATTERNS," besides a general line of "fabrics," running from the cheapest to the finest, all selected by our dress clerk, MISS FANNIE BARNES, assisted by a shillful expert in the city market. We have "Drivers" in these goods. "Big drivers" in wash silks, which is the "agony" for waists. Call and examine the stock. SECOND:--I- n MILLINERY GOODS, we have worked up a Specialty. Because, a lady prefers her "last year's" hat hence the importance of this work. to one not We have spared no expense nor labor in this Department and MISS VIOLA PIRTLE has given her time and taste to this line. Give this DEPARTMENT a call. THIRD In CLOTHING, we propose to be "Headquarters." No "Man," "Boy" or "Child'' need fail to get a suit from us if he will give us a call. EOURTH:-- In HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, we are prepared to make special terms on Bills to the Young House-keepeNo mistake, we mean all we say. FINALLY-'-I- n Staples, we are full up. Stacks and Stacks of the general supplies and at prices hitherto unheard of. We Bring on your Wool and cannot take room to quote prices. Feathers and other good produce and we guarantee satisfaction. S- n iflvllllwiWi '96 TXJBE3Z)Au,r, JOPtt. IS, T(fiHMADtMft! Respectfully, HOCKER $ CO., ' Beaver Dam. SPECIAL ELECTION. To the C'nNlrmor. Jl1 DR' Commonwealth of Kentucky Sheriff of Ohio County: Whereas, office ol CREAM BAKING A vacancy exists in the Senator in the General Assembly ol the Commonwealth ol Kentucky from the Seventh Senatorial District composed of the counties of Said Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler, vacancy occurring while the General Assembly was in session. Now, therefore, I, W, J. Worthing-toLieutenant Governor and President ot the Senate of Kentucky, do issue this, my writ ol elec- -t ion and command that you cause polls to be opened at the several voting places in your said county of Ohio, (as a part of the 7U1 Senatorial District) and a special election to be held in the said county, as required by the Statute in such cases provided, on Tuesday, April 21st, i8a6,for the purpose of electing a suitable and eligible person as Senator in the General Assembly of Kentucky from the said Seventh Senatorial District, to fill the aforesaid vacancy in said office, and you nre further commanded to cause notice to be given as provided by law. Given under my hand this 24th day of March, 1S96, u, I will be at Field & Holbrook 's sta ble in Hartford the first Monday in each month until May, also the first day of Circuit Court. Icastrate stand-n- g and tie the artery with Surgeons cat-gwhich is absorbed in four days. The only safe plan. Ridgelings carefully operated on. Terms reasonable nnd satisfactions guaranteed. L. T. Barnard, ut, 25-i- Beaver Dam. m IIoIIn nml "I was troubled with boils and pimples on my neck and back. I am now taking the third bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and those eruptions have nearly vanished, and I am feeling better than I have for a long time." Lawrence McDanibl, Comer, Ky. HooM's Pills cure indigestion, iousness. bil- I'lmpln. w AT LAST Hartford is to River Have Trans- con-deni- ed portation. nl-f- Arrangements for a Steamboatto run Extreme l'OI.Vr l'I.KASAT. Mr. John B. Maddox is able to be up. Mr. Wilbui F. Condit is on the sick list, but not dangerovsly ill. Miss Sue Maddox has charge of the spring school at the Point school-housMiss Clara Everly has charge of ths school nt the Jo Bennett School-house. e. Water Jesse K. Shacklett preached at the residence of Wm. Hardin on the 12th W.J. WORTMNGTO.V, inst. Mr. Mayworth Barnard and family are visiting friends and relatives in the No Creek neighborhood this week, Mr. Harve Conditi visited his brother, W. F. Condid, last week. Mr. Lewis W. English has moved into our neighborhood. W. K James visited his sister, Nannie James, Saturday and Sunday. L. H. Condit Is attending school at Bowling Green. Our brass band coutinues to meet weekly, and treat us to excellent McK, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate of Kentucky. Pursuant to command in the foregoing writ for a Special Election, notice is hereby given that I will cause a poll to be opened and an election to be held in each of the voting precincts in Ohio county on Tuesday, April 2 1st, 1 S96, for the purpose aforementioned, in said writ. Given under my hand this 27th day C. P. Keown, of March, 1896. music. SherifTOhio Co. Mi. V, B. Morton returned from Evansvillc Tuesday. Mr, Henry Bishop has rented nnd moved on the W. P. Her farm. Captain P. Jones returned from cr.UAi.vo. HER LIFE TRULY SAVED. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Does It. n Mrs. Chaa. La Point, a resident of Denver, praises tli wonderful remedy. Iier testimony should convluco all an to tlioe wortli of tlio New Heart Cum and Ucatora-tlvNervine. Her letter dated Bopklltti, luiiunvt l9vi. ruaua Evansvllle Friday. Mrs. Annie Nourse and daughters, Miss Pearl nnd Jessie, Central City, spent last week with Mrs. V. B. Morton. Mr. Ben Graves, who has been sick for some time of lung trouble, is some better. Mr. D. W. Kimmel is preparing to build an addition to his house. Mr. Ephram Brown, Rockport, has moved on the J. M. Casebier (arm. Born on the 25th inst. , to the wife of Mr, James Duncan, a girl. Green River has been higher than for several years, and a Inrge number of saw logs passed down. Born on the 9th inst., to the wife of Tom Bishop, a girl. Mr. L. P. Fulkerson left Wednesday for Southern Missouri, to attend to some real estate business Since spring has opened, wheat is looking considerably better. Mrs. La Point, 2137 Humboldt St. "Typhoid ferer left mo with heart troublo ot tfio most serlou nature. NpthluK tbu doctors gavo had any effect. I had oTeni palm In tlio heart, and was unable to lie on lay leftside for ruuro than thruo mluutis at anil My hsartseemed to miss rflmu.smolliorlnu siwlls. In which beau, It seemeil every breath woutd bo my lust, Wa occf-deu- tly saw an advertisement of and Ilestoratlvo Nervine, and bottle of each. After taking tho remedies a week, I could bo liftodlnachalrandsltuu was able to an hour, and In a short 1 mo 1evergrWeful do light Uoiiiework. I shall be toyou (or your wonderful modicum LTtuly tboy savuu my life- ?A a, Louis, Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure purchased Aiiorney at Law, 11 ARMISTEAD JONES, HAinTOUD, Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cryfor ICY.. Will pructlco In nil tlio Courts of Ohio mi adjoining counties. Special at Olllco tcntiou given lo collections. with County Attornoy, . Dr. Miles Hsart Ouro Is sold on.fttejjtlv- - Dr. Miles' Heart Cure :$&. rfjgt iy.W - A- -, .v- - Hartford Republican Friday, Arnit, 17, 1S96 Sciatic Rheumatism be obtained by using n real blood remedeep-seate- of all Cough Medicines Instirnnco lliireau Coinmissioncr-- D. W. Comingorc. "The House did, as it was bound is Dr. Acker's English Remdy. So many people who arc sufferers Adjutant General D. R. Collier. blood to do, decide its contests, and gave d from nn obitfnate or edy. It will stop a cough in Stnto Librarian Mm. Mury Brown disease make the mistake of taking rem- one of the contested seats to the Demone night, check a cold in Day. edies which at best nrc only tonics and ocrat and the other to the Republican cannot possibly reach their trouble. It 1a1r.no ad commission 1:11s. one day, prevent croup, reIs in just such cases w hich other Immediately the Democratic Semte Juo C. Wood, chairman; J. F. blood remedies cannot reach that majority proceeded to declare the lieve asthma, and cure con- - ' Domnsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary S.S.S. has made some of the most wonof seats of Senators Walton and James derful cures. Rheumatism is one sumption, if taken in time. Samuel F. Brown. the most obstinate diieascs of the blood, vacant. The motion was put by an CONUItESelON'AL. It is made on honor, from the and there are few remedies which have employe ol the Senate niter the SenSenators Hon. William C. Lindany effect whatever upon it. purest ingredients and conJlr. Asa Smith, who resides at Green-castl- ate had actualty adjourned and the say, Hon. J, C, S. Blackburn. Indiana, where he is well known, Lieutenant Governor had lelt the Representative Fourth District tains neither opium nor morwrites : "For many years I have suffered from chair. The Democratic Senate maphine. If the little ones have Hon. John W. Lewis. that terrible disease known as Sciatic jority voted lor the unconstitutional STATE milSLATUIlE. croup or whooping cough, Rheumatism, which the treatment of Senator Hon. A, D. James. many physicians failed to relieve. resolution, nud the Cleik ot the Senuse it promptly. Representative Ohio County Hon. I have also used nearly every known ate declated it carried, blood remedy, but they did me Thru Sir cj 25c., 50c and $1 per bofll. C. M. Harnett. "Preparations lor the occasion had no cood, as they did not seem to At Druggists. OHIO COUNTY. reach my case at all. Possibly my con- been made by the Senate majority. ' ACKER MEDICINE CO, dition and the extent of my sufferings The Sergeant-at-Arut- s of the Senate If ani st Ckambeii Street, Wtw Y.tk- had appointed ns his assistants a CIliCUIT COUItT. I Iteard of Dr. Bell's Tine Tar Hon-eHon. W. T. Oweu, Judge Owens-bornumber of men notorious throughout for sale at the Store of Messrs. the State ns men of violence. Some Gann, Burnett & Co's. Grnntsburp;, Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney ol them had a national reputation as Ill.,nml meeting many commendations Owcnsboro. fighters and bullies. These men Irom diflerent persons ol its wonderJ. W. lllack, Jailer Hartford. wete in waiting in thelobby. At the ful merits. I thought I would try a G. 11. Likens, Clerk Ilurtlord. time for the joint session they forci- bottle. I have been seriously effected 15. D. Riugo, Master Commissioner lor 25 years with a couch and pains bly and violently took charge of the in my side aud bteast that were causHarttord. doors of both the Senate and the ing; me a miserable lite. I spent lain G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund House. The aged Senator Walton dieds of dollars with doctors nnd lor Hartford. Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff Hartford. was seized by them as he was nti medicines, but everything tailed until I tried this wonderlul remedy. It Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford tempting to leave the Senate Cham beats the world and saved my lite. I Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. ber, from which they have declared recommend Dr. Bell's 1'inc Tar Honey Bishop, Ccntertown; S. T. Stevens, him expelled nnd was violently and to everybody with weak lungs. It is Cromwell. J. B. Rosell, ignominiously forced back into the a great success. Court convenes first Monday in Grautcburg 111. chamber where he was kept a prison- May 20,1895. Z Wayne Griffin & Uro., March and August aud continues three For sale by er and induress. druggist, and Rcnlrow Bros., Nar- weeks, nud third Monday in May and November two weeks. MR. ASA SMITH, "It should be remembered that rows, Ky. COUNTY COUHT. can be better appreciated when I state these assistants to the Sergcantat-Arm- s that the disease reached a point where John P. Morton, Judge Harttord. Louisville Dental Co., were at that time not even it was a matter of utter impossibility for D. At. Hockcr, Clerk Harttord. me to take my food, or handle, myself in sworn as such assistants. E-- . P. Neal, Attorney-HartfoThere rd any way, and for several months the Court convenes first Alonday in nurses were compelled to turn me in bed was no legal or constitutional authorby use of the sheets. each month. ity for their apppointment; on the "This was my condition when S.S.S. qUAKrnni.Y couttT. was recommended to me, and I must contrary, the constitution expressly Begins on the third Alonday in confess that I had little hopes of any forbids the employment of any other January, April, July aud October. ' medicine benefitting me. I was soon employes than those enumerated in COURT OK CI.AI. encouraged, however, when after taking three bottles I was able to move mv the constitution and these were not Convenes first Alonday in Januory, right arm. I continued to take the medenumerated. Besides the fact taat and Tuesday after the fourth Alonday icine and before long was able to walk in October. across the room, anil when I had finish- there was no shadow of legal authoriOTHER COUNTT OFFICKia. ed one dozen bottles was able to get ty for appointing these assistants or G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur about as of old. deputies, theie was no state " I have been hale and hearty now for Springs. two years, without any sign of a return of fact that justified the appointment. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. of the disease. I will never cease to Disorder did not exis, but it was di.. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hart praise S.S.S., which I regard as the most 4 W.M.St. by these self consistent ford. wonderful blood remedy on earth ; it rectly caused brought me out of a condition of utter assistants and by the Senate majority L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur helplessness to one of robust health, Threats were made that the unlawfulSprings. with a weight of 170 pounds." $5 to $7 Air. C. R. Campbell, Poorhousu ly unseaded Senators should never Gold Crowns S. S. S. cures Scrofula, Cancer, Porcelain Crowns 3 to j Keeper, Hartford. and any form of blood troubles. getfnto joint session al.ve, although Best set ot teeth (no better made It is guaranteed purely vegetable and justices' courts. no matter how much you pay) . SS iorces out the poison permanently. If they had the right to seats on the Fohdsvilli:. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's $1 P you have a blood disease, take a blood floor under the rules. Day after day Gold fillings Ferry, Alarch 21, June '20, medicine S. S. S. is exclusively for the 75c door of the House was lorcibly Silver filling September 10, December 1.9 blood and is recommended for nothing the Extracting, pel tooth and violently taken possession ol by Painless extracting with Vitalized 25c Buroiii). Ben F. Graves .March else. It has made some truly wonderful cures of Cancer, where death seemed the "assistants" under the direction Air 50c 20, Juno 25, September 24, Decem the only relief, and we will take pleasExtracting Irce when Artificial ber :h. ure in sending to anyone full particulars and instruction of members of the Teith are ordered. Office permanentHartford. A S. Atill Alarch 5, of these cures, ana also our valuable Senate majority and Sergeant-at-Arms- . ly located June 4, September " December 3. books. Address Swift Specific Com The tunctions and duties ol pany, Atlanta, oeorgia. Rosi.vb. C. L. Woodward the House Doorkeeper was forcibly fi E. Sutherland Med. Co : MurchlS, June 12, September 11, ursurped by the Senate Dootkeeper I write this letter because December 11. Gents: AN OPEN ADDRESS The Mayor and Sheriff were urged by I believe you have made i discover CltOMWEI.l,. Jont B. WiU- nthe Governor to preserve order and in a cough, cold, throat and lung rem Alarch 7, June 7, .September , DeTho Following Address Has protect the persons cf the members of edy that the people ought to have. I cember 5. I refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. m Boon Issuod by tho Republi- the two Houses. They failed to do have thoroughly tested it and know The theory in the treatment ol nnd its wonderlul can Legislature Regarding so. The Governor was again merits. It cures. a remedy of coughs, lung and bronchial nfleclious tho State's Finances. Tho again requested to take steps to pre- Any one who ever needs never be has been advancedby the manufactures Mioulu this Unci reasGovernor's Call for Troop's serve order. So long ns there was without a bottle ol Dr. Bell's Pine ot Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a the local authorities truly a wonderful remedy. All deal, and tho Scenes that Led up onable hope thatperform their duty in Tar Honey. Jkkrv M. Porter, ers sell it on a positive guarantee. could or would Glass and Queensware, to It. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro , Paduchah, Ky. that regard the Governor tefrained Jan, 15. 1895. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin&Bro , druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Narguard. But from calling out the State rows, Ky. "Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, March when it became evident that the per- druggist, and Renfrew Bros., Narrows, Ky. To the citizens ol Ken17, 1S9G. sons or members of the two Houses Clnlilihii; Itm ex. tucky: The Legislature has adjourd-ed- , were threatened with violence and We will send Tins Rk l'UnucANand SALESMEN and without accomplishing the that no protection could be hoped for either of the following named papers line ot Nursery. principal objects for which it was from the local authorities the Governone year for the amount opposite Liberal Salary or Commifsion paid for elected. At this time it is proper or, in the exercise of his constitutioneach name. Look over the list and weekly. Prrmuneut nnd Paying pothat the citizens of this Common- al powets, called out the State guard sitions to good men. Special induce see what you need and give us a call; wealth should be informed why this to preserve the peace of the state. nicnts to beginners. Exclusive terriDaily and Sun. Courier-Jouru.i- l ?S 25 is a fact, and upon whom the respon" vithout Sunday " 6 25 The only justifiable criticism is that tory given it desired. Write at once Ho 4ni Cor terms to sibility lies. y I 75 he should have not done it sooner. HAWKS NURSERY CO,. Weekly Courier-Journ"At the meeting of the Legislature . . ..17s "In uddition to the corps of ROCIIESTEII, N. Y. it became known that the State was Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 25 'assistants' to the Seige.iut-at-Arand that for a long time insolvent, 1 25 E. W, Baghy, a prominent lawyei N. Y. Tribune of the Senate, luffians weie previous the State revenue had been 65 brought to the State Capital. It was of Padticah, Ky., says that Dr. Hell's N.Y. World Insufficient to defray the expenses of I 40 Pine Tur Honey cured his children of Chicago Inter Ocean charged aud not denied, llint telewhooping cough when all things else Hy a system the State Government. i 25 grams were sent calling them to (ailed. It's a new remedy tor coughs. Home & Farm of juggling with accounts, the amount We would be glad to send you any For sale Frankfort. Members ol the Senate Guarantee by alt dealers. ol the deficit has been concealed, but of the above named papers. This discussed the question of ar- by Z Wajne Griffin & Bro., druggist it nevertheless existed. For more majority offer is good lor new subscribers and and Renlrow Bros., Narrows! Ky. resting the chief execution for urging than n year the Judges and other old ones who pay one year in advance Shcrift to preserve order. The A New York paper says Miss GerState officials had not been paid tilth the great Democratic daily newspapers of trude Vanderbilt, daughter ot Cornesalaries, It is estimated that by the Louisville taunted the Goveinor with lius Vanderbilt, is engaged to be Children Cry for end ot the present fiscal year the defithe scenes of mob violence daily tak- married to Harry Payne Whitney, cit will reach the appalling figure o.' ing place in Frankfort and said that only son of Whitney. more than n million and a half dolif bloodshed ensued the responsibility M1W Tuln I'JIIj. Ever? fornai. ucinls lars. Above all things it was imperwould be on him. rlnn.l nlil flrnnnv Mptnnlf. Rf vpnrs The Gevernor' ative that the Legislature should promptly took the responsibility of old, living at fn8 Monroe street, Pa- make provisions for the payment of bloodshed and riot nnd all ducal, j.y., says inai ut, ueirs rine the accrued indebtedness of the State preventing Tar Honev is the best grin cure. good citizens must approve his course cough, lung and bronchial remedy and to raise sufficient revenue to pay For his action the Senate majority, that lias been oiierea to me people xzztt&K?-?...- ' "sr the State's regular and legitimate exduring her lite. Guaranteed by have tried and condemned him withpenses. The House of RepresentaGriffin & Bro., druggist, and out hearing, have denonnced him in tives, with a Republican majority, unmeasured terms and have passed Renfrow Bros,, Norrows, Ky. HORSE WITH YOUR GROOM passed an act for the purpose and resolutions ol condemnation. Coming BONNER'S Pinkerton detectives are salJ to another act to increase the revenue of from the Senate majority.these actious have discovered that arms and amHOHSE CLEANER. the State. The Senate with n Demo are a certificate of good character, munition nre being shipped to Cuba cratic majority, rchibcd to take action "The Slate has been disgraced by Irom Texas coast in schoncrs osten- No flies, fleas, niosqultos or lice. on these subjects. The CommonRemoves dandrufl, dirt. Leave skin wealth is thcietore left in the same the most outrageous usurpation aud sibly loaded with luuiber solt nnd white. violence. No sane man, who had state of insolvency as before the Mr. Will Skillmanhas had the sore $100 00 for any case ot Mange it will met, with the difference that been a witness ol the proceedings at not cure. He has tried many eyes for years. before that time the insolvency was the Capital, can doubt that, but lor doctors ond reme ies, and has always Stops iritatlon, rubbing. Finefor clipGovernor, there failed to get relict until we sold him ped horses. only suspected, and now it is known. the action of the "This is only one of the many in- would have been bloodshed. The a tube of Sutherland's Hagle Eye Mane and tail cleaner of the world. No matting. Salve, which cuied him inside of one stancies which might be given, in State credit has been tarnished, legisKeeps hair flue, softandsilky. A hair lation ot the most vital impoitance week. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey which the Democratic Senate has regrower. sells we,ll nnd cures. Res'y, Mud will not stick. No scratches. fused, for the moit partisan of reasons has been purposely defeated or preM. Meyer &Co., Aids .in shedding. Buras, Ky. to permit necessary legislation which vented by the Democratic majority in fanuary 15, 1895. half the the Senate; in consequence, the State was demunded by the State. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has Horse Groomed in less than time. "Hut still greater responsibility is bankrupt, its officers nnd employes done a great deal more (or me than A tonic; harmles; removes stains. can be told by pen. W.H.Skhlman. Keep rests upon the Democratic Senate, nru unpaid nnd its charitable instituhair Irom lading. Buras, Ky. Unit gallon Expense but a tions without provisions for their The duty devolved upon the Legisla For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & cleans horse 120 trifle. times. By its use t'ure to elect a Senator of the United support. The people ot the Commonflro., druggist, nud Rentrow Bros., horse has coat like velvet. Also used know where the reNarrows, Ky. States. The two political parties wealth should on cattle and dogs. For milk cows it's sponsibility rests, and we appeal to were nearly evenly balanced in joint lebuke the party whose representespecially valuable in fly time, The dtcislon ot the Marion County Ask (Sealers for Bonner's Horse CleanIn the ative in the Senate have brought disassembly of the two IIousch. er. Circuit Con it imposing fines against Lower House there were two contests grace upon our Commonwealth. Will ship half sallon on receipt of $1 "ClIAS. HlAM'OltD. the Louisville and Nashville lor al- (Mention this paper) which had been regularly begun, in Patented "C. M. Baunktt, leged extortion in freight rates was strict conformity with to law, utid TOLEDO SPECIALTY CO., "W.J Duiion, Toledo, Ohio. reversed by the Court ot Appeals, "ANDKKW TlIOMl'SOtf, over the decision of which that House 31 iy Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing and Barn "N. T, Howard, hid undoubted cotihtitutsoual juriscurvd by IJr Mtle' lUia flEUBAtOIA Dust. "JOIIN JlKNNKTT." o (juehtion exists or can diction VlLV BWimt niltw." AinlUllU'Vliijf. For real blood diseases relic can only loss. v o. exist that 0 majority of the House had the lawful and constitution! 1 light to decide these contest cases as it might determine to be just. It 19 equally true that, as qo contests were instituted in the Senate, that body had no jurisdiction or right to deprive any Senator of liU feat, except in the ds constitutional way by vote ol Hut the Senof the membcts ate majority took upon itself to judge of the House contest, and to enforce its judgment by a threat. It said to the House that unless the House decided the contests in favor of the Democrats, it would unseat enough Republican Senatots to make up the 11 two-thir- Governor William 0 lJtiulloy. Lieut. Governor V. J. Worth- ington. If! wptr xtiucai ittivrfncv Sccrotnryof State Charles Finley. ll'tok for men and women rbo are amictvd Willi tar W. S. Taylor. form of private i!licio . Attorney General cod nfullkr to their Auditor Sntuuel H. Stone. U&Iob4i)UoAji, feiuate troiitl, etc Hiie.two 3 ad renr laniiMo )av poue, tut lit leasts Treasurer Geo. V-- Long. U11 aud rlikkUi Hit country Commissioner ol Acriculture, HorHATHAWAY V: CO.,111. ticulture IK. 70 trborn St., Chicago, Statistics Lucas nud mtrr. eontultoiilr nil. IUTMAWAY t1)1 ..- All ChrfifkU PMrburm Pt..ChlCM" 111 of men tod women, 1' fir km fckto, Hlool ftD'l Nr- triAtftrf h mill ill ever llift Tom Dimiipi. (' wurM by tailing for tfrnpiom flunk No t fur mtn No. I tot wuinto, Nu.3, bktn hUritrw. No. 4 far CtUrrh. IltMt or pmfmMloml toil financial refer-tucv-i, (twrnie (tltea If nccet.arj. MEDICAL TREATMENT. iclontlftfl trrtf wtnt the tit expert If itrrlalliitflortlitt mniDvini irAiiinfrnnriicu Tftd fid General Directory. STATU OI'l'ICIAt.S. o !, ruriHl without tho knlfo. Aim rzumn ui.il all rormi or emu "n 1 illsunius MiKcwfullv tnnt'il Pr fWnllin y liastriictUviiiClni,ltiiiutlovprlniu "v,) "gi nM! I FREE 111 . mi li'n.f '! w l'ainililetMit (1 oh ' H'l. w i wii H ti ' "I I"hI ill jiuirrwii l rJt. L ni curnl. Cl. 0 AdJvBM Dr. I., 11 tho triMlinciit MM ''Hi' v ' T ' r c:;a; f-i- l for Infante and Children. IHE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE A Write lo T. 8. Qi'incnv, Dtnwrr 151, Chicago, Scctc laty of Itio Hr.ui AiiwrNT Company, for liiturm-itln- f Moore. be Best Superintendent Public Reynold. M. Davison. Register Laud Oflico Instrnction-Gc- o. Chas. 0. liriKTY yatV olnerrnUon of Cattoria with th ptrong of million! of pront, permit ni to pealt of It without ga tlng. It li pngotntlonatly tli Tiot ronmily for Infant nud Childran tha world ha Tr Imown. It 1 mrml. Children llkn It. It ulrei them hrftlth. It will iotii their Hve. In It Mothur linvw omethlng which I iholnte1y lafn nnd prnotlonllp wcrfeot w n child' meillotne. Cmtorla deitroy Worai, Cmtorlft pil7rcTerUhn6. Ci(orl preTent Tomltlng Son? Card. Cattorl cure Dlnrrhona and Wind Collo. Cmtorla rellere Toethlni; Trnnhle. Cattorla enrol Conttlpatlon and Tlatnlenoy. Cnitorla nentrollie the Beot of cnrhor.to acid g or polonen air. Caitorln, doe not contain morphine, optnm, or ether narcotlo property. Cattorla ncilmllate the food, rcgnlto tho utomach and howli, giving t.lthy tad untnraljileop pottle only. It 1 not old In hnlk. Caitorla U pnt up in nna-il- ia Don't allow any one to ell yon nnythtng elo on tho plea or promlia that It 1 "jnt a good" and "will anwer every pnrpoie." See that yon pet Thofac-mlmllo rrKnrihug Acrtiltnt tiuiir. mice. Mention till Ily ro itomi; )ou chii avc jutmttlilp fee. Hit I'.ilJ over ItUd.UMOU lor accidental IiiJiiiIc'. Bo your own Agent. KO MUDICAT. EXAMINATION KltQt'HililK mm - VVRNSSMnSSSNHNB BUOX EYE Dill 1111J PIUS. I OINTMENT iCURES NOTHING BUT l known for ID yonrs ns tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. HOl.II HY Al.l. Illll'OUiaTM. rmifiii-siinAr:;::? SURG nnd CERTAIN CURE via .. ei.tenn. rign ato.ro of lai4&&&it laonavary """PP"' ' t obtained and all l't-- t Cirratt. and TrtJt-Mitcntt itinen conducted fur MofitRATC Tec. our Orriec Of eoinc U. 8. patent Orriet nilwerinir ire natentia Ics luuo l&aa tbuc Aihlntton. I Jremnte Iruii bend rr del. dum ot rnnto., trtih devrip-li.n. We advise, if rite' 'abla oe n..t. free ol fctuiree. Our fee net due t,Jt twteni Uaecwed. . - ..... ...... ' It. -- r ,rt flf.t.m r.tan,. ' .ttt cott 1 tune in the U. a. and forcirn lountrica? Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company. train ! I jLHfjlp3? wvt bound No, 6 30 6 45 7 43-111 These traini run daily. so 7 23 7 3S I No 41. STATIONS. Lv. U. Depot, Louisville 7 45 i" . . Kentucky Street . . , . 8 00 S 40 . . West Point . . . . . . . Howard . . . S43 East hound ttaiuu. I No. 44. No. 42. Ar. 00 ji tu 8 05 p in I 1 . "32 852 SS8 . .... . . . . 12 45 12 os 12 02 7 5' 7 to iC.A.SNOW&CO.i i c. Op. 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