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OFflLIAL OWENS PINK MIXTURE ORW, OF THE PARTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, when teething, for tlio fun of lu IT SAVES BABIES' LIVES unddoclors' hills, nnd leciiieofnlguU. 'ilre,'ientnli(HiOr ntl, ntiillilruKolorii). (IrltlKtittnulnclook for W. riuvd aalimmuraun tctv pnclrato. frank VOL. vni: ItAllTPOItD, KY., FHIDAY,APIUL 24, 1896, IN THE LAST HOUR. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Among those drafted Into the Union nrmy early iu 1S63 was Jo Hargrove, n poor young farmer of Southern Indiana, Jo was,nnt lacking in patriotism, and but for n golden haired, a wealthy bluecjed daughter neighbor would h.tve been already In the field fighting for his country's flag, Jo's friends oflcred to secttie a substitute for him, 'iut he tesolved to consult his sweetheart before accepting it, for unless Mary Morton urged him to send a substitute he must prove his prowess by venturing the dangers of the battle-fielMr. Morton has forbidden Jo the privilege of his home because of his poverty, but time was now ptccious, and he holds ly appioached the palatial residence of Mr. Morton, which stool upon n beautiful eminence overlooking the broad and now turbulent waters of the Ohio river. Mr Morton happened to be near the door w hen he rang, nnd without inviting him fn, asked: "Did you wisl'to fcee me, sit?" "lhave been drafted into service In the Union army," Jo answered, rather tremulously, "nnd would like to see Mary before starting for the field." Mr. Mot toil was a strong Union man, aud seeing an opportunity of encouraging service in the Union army and at the same time removing and objectionable would-bbade the young man a cheerful welcome to his parlor, and after extolling him for the patriotic service he was about to render his country, left him alone with Mary nnd retired fiom the room. Mary exerted all the powers ol a woman's love to induce Jo to ac cept the substitute, but Mr. Morton NO. 39. Latest U.S. Gov't Report THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE IsSIMMONS 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 Malarli, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other and Ills which shatter the constitution t reck health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIAMONS LlVH REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes it from all oth-- r remedies. And, besides this, SlMMOM LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood Try It and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED C the difference. on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and there Is no other Liver remedy like SIMMONS LlVLK Klngof Liver Remcdic i. REGULATOR-t- he Be sure you get It. T. It. '.ellln & Co., 1'liltaitelpliln. IV fTor JJearly-- H:IuIr, ciBiNrT"crir VEHICLE 0 DELKER'S CO if RoYa! Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking &23 HAVBHELD THELBAD. 0 d. j 3 8 in 9 g U , M o 0 0 ioo Per Cent, tlio HftrLcSLsOixLosft. - Tra7 J7? We CATALOG VE- .- e son-in-la- Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from MeUDJEI . IXin't Mui Tobnrro. HOW TO CURE YOURSELF CO. MANUFACTURES, Henderson,.Ky like, to brighten splendor, from the files of affliction. It is very broad in its dimentions broad enough to hold nearly all sorts nnd conditions of men, provided always they have the mystic sign ot its spirit, which essentially means to It is love and work for the ideal. broad enough to hold believers in all creeds Christian, Jew, Protestant, Catholic, Buddhist or Bohammedan prvided they subscribe to the simple common creed, before stated. It will take in the very good, who have met, wrestled with and overcome life's temptations; the passably good alio, who have never known tetupta-ion- ; WHILE USING IT. Malaria Silently steals Into under-- . mining the health, causing headaches, Iwornout feeling, pains in the limbs, constituted bowels. other trouble s. Try Drown a Iron Hit- - the tstem, Tbo tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is seriously nllecleil, impnriug health, comfort nod To tjuit suddenly is too happiness. 6evcre a shock to the system, us tobac co to an inveterate user becomes a stimulant that his system coutinually craves. euro lor tbo tocacco lutbit, forms, carefully compounded ufterthe formula of un eminent Berlin physicians wbo has used it iu his private practico nitice 1872, without a lailure. It is purely vegetable and guaranteed perlcctly hnrmbess. You can use all the tobacco you want while taking "llaco-Curo- ." It will uolif'y you when to stop. We give n written guarantee to euro permanently uny ease with three boxes, or refund tbo money with 10 per cent, interest. "llaco-Cur- o" is a scientific in all its ters. GU1,UIITLE-- -- JH "jT Bk aaas j VJBHH t I B VB ttM B mamy rffmnJtd should IIOWNS Ul'N TUTU!, taken as directed, htiril anv ntnnii suflsr- -- a. Inf from Dyspepsia, Ma) lana, Chills and Kidney and Liver Trou- hies, hlllousntis Female. B Infirmities. Impure Blood, Weakness, Nervous VrAfllft Troubles, Headache or filo jH Ncuraltla. ' 'A aVHi BBBBBBBBb! BA and the quite ordinary mortals SBBBBBW fttBBBBBBBBBrTBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBW Sunday We will furnish you the Daily nud Courier-Journnnd Tiir for one year (or $8.25 Cla.yton,NevadaCoArk.,Jan.28,'95. Eureka Chemical & Mfg., Co., La Crosse, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty m. 0 ct. 1. iv. emits. l. yeafs I used tobacco in all its forms. For twentyfivo years of that time l IF YOU WAHT THE DE3T P.TICa was a great sutl'erer from general defor your TOBACCO, Ship to bility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I RICE & GIVENS, took various remedies, among others "NoTo-Bac.- " "The Indian Tobacco TOBACCO Antidote." Double Chlorideof Gold." etc., etc, but none of them did mo tho WAREHOUSE, least bit ot good. Finally, however, 1 purchased a box ot your "Baco-Curand has entirely 002 to 908 W. Main St. the habit init all its forms, cured Imo of and havo increased thirty pounds in weight and Ky. Louisville, am relieved from all tho numerous aches nud prins of body and miutl. I All pain baaUhod by Dr. Silica' Tain rills. rmihl writa nttuiroof natter unon mv BEST IN QUALITY. 08T IN QUANTITY. chauged feelings and conditions. Yours respecttuliy, r. a. aiauiiury. Pastor 0. T. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. Knlrl liv nil ilrllPf 1st at 81.00 DCr box; threo boxes, (thirty days' treat wriiton ment;, ?- -' UU Willi irou-ciguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt WHITE'S CREM of price. Writo for booklet and proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, "Wis., and Boston, FOR 20 YEARS 37-- 0 mo. Mass. Has lod all WORM Romodlos. o" ati llrmlnrhn nnd euralotu lurvil liy llr, MILLS' TAIN HLL3. "Uiiuctutiitlike." who are forever falling down and pick-in- g themselves up again. To the repentant sinner it is both kind and "Bnco-Cur- o" is not a substitute, but tender. That class of people, howeva scientific euro, that cures with- er, whom Burns has called "the unco out tbo aid of will power ami with no gttid," Bohemia fights shy off. It inconvenience. It leaves the system has no room for the ns puro and lree from nicotine as the snob. day you took your first chew or smoke Pharisee, the fanatic or the Cured By BacoCuro and gained These cannot breathe in its bracing atmosphere, and as they are always Thirty pounds. From hundreds of testimonials, the very good haters itis not strange that origiuals ol which nre on tilo aud upcu Bohemia should never lack for to inspection, tho following is present Eva Katharine Clapp, in ed. The New Bohemian. slan-dercr- s. Belt's Pine Tar Hon-e- y I heard for sale at the Stote of Messrs. Gann, Burnett & Co's. Grantsburg, 111., and meeting many commendations from different persons of its wonderful merits, I thought I would try a bottle. I have been seriously eflected for 25 years with a cough and pains in my side nnd bieast that were causing me a miserable Hie. I spent lntn theds of dollars with doctors and for medicines, but everything failed until remedy. It I tried this wonderful beats the world and saved my Hie. I Hell's Pine Tar Honey recommend Dr. to everybody with weak lungs. It is n great success. J. B. Roskll, Grantsburg III. May 20,1895. For sale by Z.WayneGriiTin & Bro., druggist, nnd Renfrow Bros., Narof Dr. rows, Ky. vermifuge: EVERY I iiiui 11 v am. iiuuuaiavris. rr..re ar licmsosoi unt (6., t, torn. BOTTLE GUARANTEED. fjQmorlcan Stoam Lnundrfa' Phincetoh, Ky., Does the finest work of nny laundry in Kentucky. Tbo Goods work is all guaranteetl. are not torn up, but ro return ed in good condition. 11 Laundry Slnppod on Monday, roturnod on Friday. BSrSavo your work for me. Maiivin UArtTFoiiD, Brandon, Agt. Ky. Why Buffer with Coughs, Colds nnd I.aGrippe when Laxativi' Bromo Quinine will cure you In one day. Does not produce the ringing in the head like Sulphate of Quinine, Put up In tablets convenient for taking, Guaranteed to cure, or money refund, ed. Price, is Cents. I'or sole by Williams & Dell, Hartford; K. V. Willlams.Deaver Dam; A. S, Anil, Sulphur Springs; Drown & Chapman, Centertown; R, E. Her & Co., Rockport. (Jrnrriil J oil l'rlntliiif. We will do you ns neat a job of printing as you cau get In nny country or city office in Kentucky. It you want nny thing in our line, get our prices before sending your order elsewhere, Printing stationary means Prestage. Examine our samples of Letter heads, Note heads, and Envelops. yon lie Whenever a druggist tells has something just as good forcoughs, We print bill heads, statements, and grip, etc., ns Dr. Bell's PineTarllons posters. In fact we nre prepared to ey don't you believe it, for we guar do nnything In the line of general Job ante that it is not true. We make prinning. Good work and fair prices. the genuine nnd authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The 1J. 1C. The theory in the treatment of coughs, lung and bronchial aflcctions Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. Porsale byZ.Wayne Griffin &Uro., has been advanced by the manufactures druggist, nnd Renlrow Dros, Narrows. of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a Ky. truly n wonderful remedy. All dealers Bell it on a positive guarantee. For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin Si Bro,, llotltlltl-.illlOllllllllfiCN, .druggist, nnd Renfrow Bros., NarYou ask mc where Bohemia is. No rows, Ky. map in all the world can show It you, l'lleal I'lleal IlclifHK 11 e. for, like heaven, it is a condition rathSymptoms Moisture; intense Itch er than a place, It is like heaven, ing and stinging;most at night;worse also, in that it is made upof a motley by scratching. If allowed to continue Here the tumors form, which often bleed and aud cosniopolituu throng, beggar's rags may brush against the ulcerate, becotningverysore. Swank's Ointmi'.nt stops theitching and bleedrich man's broadcloth and neither ing, heals ulceration, and in most feel ashamed. So strong are Its founcases removes the tumors. At drugdations that it van not be uudermlnd-e- d gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne& Son, l'ntladelplila. by luxury, nor carried by the huni ger Beige. Yet, withal, it is so deliE. W. Baghy, n prominent lawvei cate in its vulnerable points that even of Paducah, Ky., sayj that Dr. Dell's one nlien, uncongenial spirit can Pine Tar Honey cured his children of harass and hamper it sadly, and sev- whooping cough when nil things else failed. It's a nevv remedy for coughs. eral such have been knovvtt to utterly Guarantee by all dealers. For sale annihilate It for the time being. by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro,, druggist But Bohemia always rises, phcenix- - and Renlrow Bros,, Narrowsf Ky, 11 had settled that matter already. Jo had determined to risk the dangers of the field to win the approval of Mary's father After many pledges of fidelity upon the part of each, Jo Hargrove kissed Mary farewell and set out for the war. Jo, anxious to distinguish himself, to supply in honors what he lacked in wealth, became a daring scout, and in the long beige ofVicksburg he was often closeted with Gen. Grant, from whom he received many compliments for his daring service. A year passed and Jo had heard no tidings from home, and he resolved to return to Indiana. Failing to obtain a leave of absence, he became his own commander aud directed his movement towaid the Morton residence, on the northern bank of the Ohio. He reached the Ohio at a point opposite the 'Morton residence late In January, 1S64, nnd borrowing a skirt from a shanty-bo- at while the ownerslept, he cautiously approached the farther shote. He approached with caution, not that he feared the punishment, but the opprobium of deseitlon. When he climed the bank ot the river it was just alter nightfall, and when he saw the lighted wiudows of the Morton residence the bright embers of devotion burning iu his heart for Mary Morton burst into flames and he quickened his steps toward the house, snow A few inches of lay upon the ground, and the full moon now approaching the zenith gave the world around him an unusual brilliancy. While passing St. John's Cemetery, a few rods from the Morton home, Jo observed a new monument that had been put in place since he had gone to the army, and drew near to see which of his old neighbors had passed to the beyond. "My Godl" he exclaimed, as he read the inscription; "Mary Morton departed this life December. t86j " For a few moments the f tozen snow was the couch ot the boy, aud the silent monument was the only witness of his suffering. Then he taised his head and gazed upon the lighted window where he had last kissed Mary farewell. Raising himself up he whispered to the tomb, "Rebel bombs will boon unite us again," and without waiting to see any ot his trlends returned to his commnnd, where in vain he Invited instruments of death that ctuelly shunned his breast. The war over, Jo Hargrove became a citizen of a Southern city, where he nccumuldted a fortune, but he kept his pledge of fluidity to Mary Morton, Ills life was so saddened by the message of the monument that he never returned to his babyhood home nor communicated with his friends. Nearly two decades later Jo's city was ueatly depopulated by yellow fever and thousands ot wealthy citizens were fleeing from the dreadful pestilence, but Jo, careless of his own fate, went from house to house administering to the sick nnd dyhig. But one day Jo felt the sting of the new-falle- n heart-broken old-tim- e in the eyes of the dying man, and summoning up the little vitality left him asked, "Mary, whose monument bears your name In St. John's cemetery?" The good nun evidently recognized the patient as the man for whose memory she had renounced the world, for she answered sweetly, bnt firmly, "I am not of the world." "Ihave a hallowed rtvereucs for your religious state," Jo whispered hoarsely, "but can't you console a dying man with the story of that monument?" Early memories clustered in the mind of the good "religious" and flooded her eyes with tears, and seeing life lu the suffering man fast slipping away she bent o ;er his pillow and began. "In the fall of '63 my cousin Mary Mortou, of Atlanta, Ga., came to visit us, and in December while skating on the river the lee gave way and befoie assistance could reach her was drowned and was buried in St. John's cemetery." Jo made an eflort to tell her of his visit to the cemetery onthatcold winter night, and although his voice was faltering the "religious" understood him, for she said: "I was sitting by my window that night and saw you enter and leave the cemetery, and I thought it was a message to warn me that you had met thecruel fate of war and when years had passed and no tidings came from you I embraced the religious state and faithfully kept my pledg of fidelity made a score ot years ago." But the last sentence was lost upon his ears, for they were closed to earthly sounds. lohn Henry Thomas, in the Louisville Commercial. Bond & Long has a very large house chock full of goods and some under the floor. Now Mr. editor, you think I am stretching n little; just wait. Goods stacked four feet high on the platform nnd two cars on the side track lull of salt, flour, bacon, &c, and still they order more every day, aud I want to tell you that they nre selling these goods. Some people advertise in the newspapers and some on the fence, but they advertise by selling so low that the people will PBUFESMONAL OAh'D. OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess buy. Four clerks and a hustler busy and adjoining counties. Special atall the time. Last Saturday week they tention given to collections. Office, took in five hunderd and fifty dozen Bank of Commerce Building. eggs, and besides ntl this Mr. Bond JnN.N, (lleim, J.N. II. WmII1iiC, buys all the stock he can from the GLENN & WEDDING, largest oxen down to a broken wlug LAWYER, gander. Dr. A. R. Byersf who has been sick so long, is improving. J. Vaught is down with typhoid fever. Mr. A. Green, of Grayson county, is teaching a writing school here. One more incident then I am done. Mr Mason bought a Texas pony the other day and went out In the field to plow in some oats. The pony, of course, not being raised on a farm, it did not like the proceedings. So it struck out across the field with the plow and the dogs in full pursuit and when they passed the house the calf took fright and ran through the fence into the woods and never stopped until it got three miles from home. So much for the pony. M. F. LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderson's Barjiar.) HABTFOKD, KY. Will practice their profession in alt the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. Tames jfiu.Sm.ittL, (TTBIBY V LAW . JIAItTFOItl), KY. Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Spocial attention given t Office east side of puh'it collections. square. M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. "How lo Cure all (skill JjUFnsen," Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requir el. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, a! eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav ing the skin clear, white and healthy Its great healing and curative powers OIIXI'COC. are possessed by no other remedy. Old people who require medicine to Ask your druggist for Swayne's regulate the bowels and kidneys will Ointment. 34 iyr. find the true remedy in Electric BitflKURALGIA cun'l't)? Dr Mftoi1 PAIS ters. This medicine does nostimulate Villi. "Onocent udoso." Atu,llt.rui;glU and contains no whisky nor other inMIti:ilTY. People of this community have toxicant, but acts ns a tonic and It acts mildly on the stom- been gardening the past few days. ach and bowels, adding strength and The farmers are busy preparing their giving tone to the otgans, thereby ground for cultivation. aiding Nature in the performance of Our Sunday School Is progressing the functions Electric Bitters is an nicely, with Mr. John W. teach as excellent appetizer aud aids digestion Superintendent. Misses Mollie Maddox and Inez Old People find it just exactly what they need. Pricefiltycentsand St. 00 Barrett returned home from a visit to per bottle at Williams & Bell s Drug relatives aud friends near Goshen. Mr. Lee Taylor made a flying trip Store. to Mt. Pleasant n few days ago. To Our I'alrniin. Mr. Burch Taylor attended the When you want to buy anything singing at Rev. Berry's last, Saturday look over the advettisements in our night week. paper, call on them, tell them you We have prayer meeting at our saw their advertisement In this paper. church every first and third Sunday If you cannot do well as elsewhere, evening do not buy, but give our advertisers An infant child of Mr, and Mrs. doing voti can preference. By so the John Rhynes' died last Sunday night help your paper and at the same time week, and was buried here Monday. benefit yourselves. A crowd of our young folks anticiWake up your liver but be sure you pate attending the dedication of Victake Simmons Liver Regulator to do tory Church the first Sunday in May. Dora Dkan. it with It will do It every time, and and do it so well that you'll fell wonEver? Toman uoeds fir. Miles' Pnln Pills. derfully refreshed and strengthened. It is Simmons Liver Regulator that Children Cry for does it. There is only one Simmons Liver Regulator, and you'll know it by the Red 7. on the package. R. II. Woodward Company, BaltiTekc nothing else, and you'll be sure more, Md,, announce a new book, to get all the good health promised. "Story of Spain and Cuba." This book Is written by Mr. Nathan C. 8130 00 In Uulil fllvcn TOR SKLMNG "STORY OF SPAIN AND Green, the well known author and former resident of Cuba. It is beau CUUA." News & Book tifully illustrated with nearly 100 enThe International Co., Baltimore, Md., ofier $150.00 to gravings and is sold by subscription. anyone selling in three months 175 This testimonial is unsolicited and My copies of their new book, "Story of for the benefit of humanity. Spain and Cuba." Premiums and daughter has been subject to severe liberal commission given for nny colds and croup and often taken with violent coughing spells at night. Dr. quantity sold. This is one of the Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only greatest selling books out. Many preparation I have founn that will reagents make ftom $5 to q a day. A lieve her. I think it is as necessary as a life preserver graphic account of the present war in the house-hol- d Res'y, on and the strugge for liberty is given, an.a steamboat. B. L. JESS8L, 18,1895. 100 beautiful illustrations, 500 pages 202 W.Bndge St., Louisville, Ky. Freight paid and credit given, soct; For sale by Z. Wayne Grlffin&Bro., diuggist, and Renlrow Bros., Naroutfit free if 10 cents is sent for postrows, Ky. age. Write them immediately, 39 4 Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will practico his profession in all tho courts ot Obio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. turn at WILL W. H. BARNES Hartford, Ky. un) practice his profeseion iu all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commen cial Hotel. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to al Col business entrusted to his care. Office over Ohio lections a specialty. County Bank. Also Notary Public. Pitcher's Castorla. 3E3. 3rP. 3NT3E3.A.IJ, (Connty Attorney) JC&w, Attorney atKY. Cqurts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to colOflico in Courthouse. lections. HARTFORD, Will practico his profession in the Attorney atKY. law SPECIAL making abstracts, &c, nlso Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public spure. HARTFORD, attention given to JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney at Iaw Hautfoui), Ky. Will practice bis profession in nil the1 Courts of Ohio aud adjoining countieu Collections carefully and promptly atOflico with T. J. Smith tended to. & Co., Market Street. H. E. LEESIMMERMAN, dreadful malady and was soon removed to the hospital. The disease was making rapid progress In de stroying his vitality, and one morning while he was engaged In framing a prayer of thankfulness for the approach of the end of a life burdened with sorrow, a sister of charity In religious garb entered his ward and beface with gan to cool his sponge. Jo turned up. an on his couch and looked up into the face ot the woman and despite the white bandage that concealed her brow he recogniged her. It was Miry Morton, A new lustre shone fever-burned I'or Kent. ni.Tiii:!.. The store house belonging to Miss Thomas has come home L. Guntber, known as the C. N. again to live with his son, Mr. J H. II. Guntherhouse, oppositeCourt House. Thomas. Born to the wife of Mr. J. H.Thoui-a- s Buoklon's Arnica Salvo. on the 8th inst., a 10 pound girl. Tun Best Salvij in the world for Mitchell has returned Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Mr. E. J. home from Evansville. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-pe- d Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Your scribe happened to a very se cures rlous accident on last Friday morning Skin Eruptions, and positively guarPiles, or no pay required. It is week. While cutting n log off which anteed to give perfect satisfaction or was lying across a ditch, fell and was raotey refunded. Price 25 cents per Dr. B. J. Langford, box. FOR SALE BY Williams & badly crippled. tf Bell. of Select, was called In and dressed B. the wound. I'or Nnle. 01, no.v The entire stock of groceries assignMr. Editor, have you still got that ed to me by W. H. Williams, will sell waste basket yet, but never mind I privately to the highest nnd best bidSheluy Taylor, will soon timi out. it 1 see tins in der. Assignee. Tiik RnruiiucAN next Saturday I 35tf will bring the old lady and come down Mr. editor, I was nnd stay all day, thinking ol getting up a petition to have the county seat moved to Ola-toWbQ Btbr wo sick, wo rate her CaJtorU. Why? Because Olaton has beWhen aba u Child, aha cried (or CaatorU, come the commercial center of the WLea aba became, lllaa, aba clung to Cutorta, Wbea aba ba J Children abaT,tllsaiCstoiU. county for business. Now, Mr. editor, you needuot sayanylhingaboutlt, but it Is a political fact that Messrs, Air. Ben n. )r.. i. Office 416 Upp. umaer IND. SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, First st. J. R. PIRTLE Sf&fiu ffc 1 DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most Office over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for painleru extraction ol teeth SU IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money with some reluctance. After getting money the difficulty 13 to keep It. llsn't it true that you are constantly tempted to part with It. If you nsk us If we are putting temptation hi your way, there's nothing left for us but to own up, that's just what we nre 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. WoNiinit how tho Populists feel lo wards tho Democrats since tbey went back on their agreements. THE ELECTION. The Democrats Failed to Many good Democrats, voted for Stand to their Pledges. James thciehy denouncing the injust treatment he received at the hands of Tho County Glvos a Safo Ren partisan Democratic Senate. publican Majority. put Tilden aside, nud named n soldlc fifteen years alter the war had closed. In 1884, chastened by defeat, it named Cleveland and elected him. In 18S8 It named him ngnin, nnd because Democratic leaders were impatient with his theory of civil service rtforrn he was beaten. In 1883, in desplteof the politicians the people nominated and elected Cleveland, but the Democrats, who today nrr talking of free silver, began in 1893 n war on Cleveland's admins istration, nnd by their assaults have FOR THE H0U8EKEEPER8. sanitary recommendation that In nil basins and tubs, especially thoso connecting with or near tho sleeping npurtments, tho opening Into tho wnsto plpo nt night should be stopped, nnd fresh nlr left standing in the basin. To stono raisins, pour boiling water over them and let them stand in It flvo or ton minutes. Drain, and rub each raisin botween tho thumb and finger till tho seeds como out clean, then cut or tear apart or chop, If wanted very flno. Scald only a few at a time. If mothers will remember that until the first teeth arc cut thero nro no secretions In tho mouth to act upon nnd begin the digestion of such Btarchy foods as bread foods and gruels, they would often save tho stoimvchs of very young children a great deal ot troublo. If tho bottom crust of fruit pica is glared with tho white of egg, it will not bo soft and soggy. Tho top of meat and all kinds of raised pics should bo glazed. Beat tho yolk ot an egg for a short time, add ono spoonful of milk. When tho plo Is s dono removo from tho oven, brush over with tho glaze, return to tho oven and finish baking. Fuller's earth is ono of thoso things which no family should bo When greaso hns been without. spilled ujwn tho carpet a paste of magnesia and fullor's earth in equal parts, mixed with boiling wntcr, should bo applied and let dry. When It is hard brush tho powder away, and tho grease spot will havo disappeared. Puller's earth and benczino will remove stains from marble. Tho most stubborn cases of neuralgia are apt to yield to a treatment. Wherever tho pain is located, thero a hot water bag should bo applied. Tho suffering part should bo wrapped in a blanket, nnd tho unfoKunate patient should bo put to bod nnd covered with more blankets and Induced to drink nt least throo cups of water as liot ns the paluto can stand. This treatment may seem severe, but It Is sure to bring relief. It Is n fturnriuref 1 fTarnifarell fTS3gjt'gya Nothing flows so treely from the facile pen of some advertisers as false, hoods. It is just as easy to write a big lie or a little one ns to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to $1" is no more labor than to hrite "Reduced from $2 to$t.5." but in the minds of some merchants Is effective. In many deemed more 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 easymatterto mention prices, but a very difficult thing to describe qualities the latter must be seen to be correctly judged. If an advertiser could attach a sample of the goods advertised at a certain price to each 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. Bm, Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westeri'ield, Salesman. for Dn C. J. Walton was df-sitrThere wasn't much interest manithe Scuatu in his District Tuesday by fested in the Special Ulcction TuesHis Democratic oppo3,1 votes Into con nent, Mr. Bales, if a free oilvcr man. day, but taking everything sideration there was a good size vote Ip your neighbor is not n subscriber polled. The Democrats failed to put out a man for the Senate and it was toTiinREi'uni.iCAN insist on him their intention to unite with the PopEvcry.Kepublioan in the to be interested in tho paper. ulists nnd defeat Dr. James, but the fuse failed to work nnd the result was The Jferald is still wagging. Last nn overwhelming victory for the week it was for tho Populists nud free There were but two silver, this week it is for Carlisle and candidates, Dr. A. D James, the Res Simon says wig publican nominee, nud l'.sqr. R. T. the gold standard. Render, the nominee of the Populist wag. party. The vote taken by precincts Only one Democratic voto cast is as follows: Tuesday. It was cast by a Democrat Render. Precincts. James. in Shrove precinct, who stamped un65 East Hartford 59 der tho rooster and wrote in that West Hartloid 62 66 column tho name of Dr. John E. Beda 40 70 Pendleton. Sulphur Springs . . 63 50 Magnn 5S 38 Who ever dreamed that the time Cromwell 46 87 would come when tbe Democratic Cool Springs lS 14 party would not have a noniinco to Rock port 66 72 oppose a Republican candidate for Select 33 37 office to be voted for at any election Horse Branch 51 51 Rosine held in Ohio county? 52 123 11S Beaver Dam . . . . 100 The Democratic party offers little, McIIeury 65 89 if any, inducements for tho young Centertown . . . . 48 S7 men of our country to unite with said Smallhouse 41 25 party. By their bad management in East Fordsville . . 87 33 State and National affairs they havo West Fordsville . . 52 33 11 brough disgrace upon themselves and Aetnaville 7 14 35 no young man wants to go into a Shreve 23 52 house of disgrace waen such abroad Olatou 39 19 field is offered iu the folds of tho Re Buford lS 32 publican party. The St. Louis (76- - Bartletts Heflin 25 32 Democrat says: tak-ing- it. coun-tyoug- ruined the party. And they stand ready to ruin it again, unless the people themselves rescue It, ns they did in 1892. Louisville Post. 111:111. Mr. A. Godshaw went to Owtnsbo-r- o .... ... ... ... ... .... Saturday, returning Friday. Park, Daviess county, spent Sunday in Beda. Mrs. Nrncy Pnik is but little bitter. Rev. Illcks preached two sermons nt the C. P. Church Sunday. Mr. J. A Park visited his mother Sunday nnd Monday. ' Our Sunday School is progressing nicely under the efficient management of W. C. Bennett. This section of the country has been without n candidate for so long that the memory of the oldest Inhabitants runneth not to the contrary. fisqr. J. A Park is our choice for County Judge and we will see that be gets the solid support of our community. Aunt Martha. Mr. John CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY that our Fiiruituu' etoul noving better limn tiienv whichsiiuply meaiiH tlmt our Fiirnittiru in abuvo tho average, nnd that means a good ileal too, imwitdtijs it lien the quality of Furniture averages better. you buy an) thing. In buying Furniture do mo or two tilings Make up your mind how much oiiwiiiit to epciiil and ecu what ho ctiu give you for that amount, or elsu make up mir mind what grade of Furniture you Want and compare our price with t tin t ot other. Always the lowest 011 St Ann Street, laVHuxe miumd to snmogiado of Furniliiti-- . M l'--'t Owcnslioro, Ky. When it moved crage 2L'!)-'j;- two-third- Successor to Martin it Kmitli. Spring is full of terrors toall whose constitution is not able to resist the sudden changes ot temperature and other insalubrities of tbe season. To put the system in condition to overs come the.se evils, nothing is as effective ns Ajer's S.usapnili.i. Take it now. hot-wat- n Hartford Republican SAM A. AMEKMX Killlor. S u bscrlptlon,$1.25 por year. Friday, Aran. 24, 1S96 Subscriptions $1.25 per annum in advance. Local notices 10c per line first insertion and 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter roc per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, and must invaribly be paid for in advance, unless party ordering publication is Rates and Torins. responsible therefor. Job Work of all kinds promptly and neatly executed. Every farmer meetings. should attend See call elsewhere. their We never agree to give a niau a and then charge him free write-u- p newspn. for it, ns a certain per has done recently. Tun Democrats went back on their pledges to the Populists and left them It won't do to in the time of need. risk the Democratic party. County Commitand G. B. Likens is chairman, and Shelby TayMr. Likens has been lor secretary. chairman for the past few years, Tm: Democratic tee has been in order wo move that the republish its editorials in Jferald regard to Mr. P. W. Pirtle, when he was tho Populist nominee for Representative, alongside the ones of week before last. Ir it he you been thinking nbout that Wo account lately? subscription would ho glad that you would study on tho subject for a fow minutes, just says: long enough to get up tho money and "It is the same old story which reWho curring experiences cause to be so oft bring or send to thi' ollice. If our people would exercise retold. will bo tho first? the same frugality and intlurtry Tin: State Central Committee made in their eflorts to muke a living at compelled to put wise election when Hon, (J. M. home that they nre a fotth in botne new county, there Jlarnett was chosen ns chniiman. Ho would be fewer mournful btories like is a young man, with push, energy the above and more happy homes in and ability and will do a vast amount old Kentucky " The Jferahl seems to forget about party. of work for the Republican bill Hi work 111 the lato Legislature has the repeal of the McKenley which, protected the sheep and wool , been commended by men of all par-industry. This happened nbout three ties. years ago and readily accounts for the Hon. John V. Lewis is ngnin begreat loss this citizen has sustained, His yet he claims not to know what makes fore our people ior Congress. This repeal times so hard with him. splendid record in the present Conhurts Kentucky sheep raisers nnd gress and his efforts in behalf of inwill win for wool producers ni well as those of Daternal improvements him hundreds of votes. Ho is a thor- kota. ough Keiiliickiitn, and U very popul.tilcrliiltiliii.- - mill liilrii(tlr. lar with tho people of this District. Dr. John II. Boyctt, on the night Ohio county will give him u bund-somof May 3rd Inst, delivered his popular majority. lecture on "Sweetening the Wind" to In another column in this ieuuo you n crowded house in the I'irst Haptlst will find an aiticlo from the penot Church, of Vicksbuig, Miss. It has Mr. John Henry Thomas, of Nar- never been my good torture to listen to n more entertaining and Instructive rows, taken from the Louisville for lecture. It abounded In wit, humor, Mr. Thomas' letters pathos and instruction, dealing with Tin: Rkpuhmcan have met with those things that both charm and edicomment from tho pre6s and fy, As an orator and thinker, Dr. Ifavo been used In various publicaBoyett has few equals, and in this lecHis letters nro of a roniunio tions. ture he Is at his best in both capacinature, and show that he has a natur- ties Attorney, George Anderson, Ho is a al ability for such work. Chairman of Com. on Arrangements. n bright literary voting man and has At Hartford Baptist Church, Tuesfuture before him. day evening, May 12. Have "This is a. tnod venrforvountr men Total 1,022 1.2S9 who have just reached the voting age to ally tucmseives wtiit me Kepuu-lica2J7 James majority That is to say, there party. The Democrats in trying to unite was never before so little reason why any young man should begin to use with the Populist have gotten their the ballot by voting ttie Democratic party in a worse shape thin it was ticket." ever before in, and it will take them a long time to gain what they have The present outlook for Hartford lost in this race, while they have lost Dwelling house are the confidence of the Populist. is indeed good. being improved, work is progressing Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair nicely on the new oil well, n iiew has restored gray hair to its ConBank ha3 just started up here, original color and prevented baldness gressman Lewis has secured an apt in thousands of cases. It will do so propriation of $43,000 for the com- to you. a. pletion of the work on Rough River, JIT. I'l.KAMAXr. our citizens are the best that could be Farmers are busy planting com. New enterprises found anywhere. Prospects are very favorable for anare being opened up almost every other good quite crop. week, and are being pushed by some Our Sunday School is progressing We are a little nicely. Prof. Calm Likens visited of our best citizens. ofr the railroad, but with river naviour Sunday School last Sunday and gation we can almost be independent gave us a very interesting lecture. of the railroad without one should The school extended a unanimous There is talk vote of thanks to Prot. Likens and coiuo into our midst. of tho Irvington Branch of the L. St. would be pleased to have him visit L. & T. being extended from Fords us again. Misses Ophelia Davis anil Nancy ville to Hartford, which would be a B. Davis spent Saturday night and wise move on the part of the Company, and would open up some of the Sunday with their cousins, Misses Embest territory in the State. Vast coal ma and Jennie Liles. We are having a very interesting fields lie just below town, which that prayer meeting at this place every And should road would open up. Saturday ni'ht, have a very good atthat be done, we would have one of tendance. Bro. Etnry will preach Altotho best towns in Kentucky. at our church next Sunday in tbe gether the outlook for Hartford is afternoon at 3 o'clock. bright. Mrs. Miles Crowder and little boy from Horse Branch, is visiting her "LEAVING KENTUCKY." mother, Mrs. J. N. Jurnagin, this Under the above head the Iferald week. Miss Laura Alford, we are sorry to this week quotes from tho Madison-vill- e Jlwller the experience of one of say, is no better. Rev. W. G. Stewart returned home Madisonvilte's citizens who emigrated to Dakota seven years ago to seek a last Saturday from his school to see his daughter who is very ill. fortune, viz.: Mr. R. L. Liles and wife visited his "Wehnvesix horses, twelve head of cattle and 160 acies of land, nnd sick sister, Mrs. Morgan Crowder, on that is all. Seven years of hard work. last Sunday. What have we gained? But very litRev. Hinton cannot fill his monthly tle. Seven years ago we came to Da confident of making something. appointment here on next second kota We went into the sheep business, Sunday, but will come the fifth Sunbought them and then in fonr years day in May. Dot. they had so decreased in value that The unsightly, dangerous barb-wirgive them up. What has we had to made the times so hard? I cannot tell. fence is rapidly giving way to the Seven years we have worked hard, handsomer, and stronger woven wire but we have no more than we came fence; and a catalogue Irom Kltseiman Of course we have our here with land, but it cannot be soldif we wish- Bros., Rh'geville, Ind., will explain What the next seven how to build it at tbe actual cost of ed to sell it years have in store for us I do not the wire. See their advertisement in know." this paper. Commenting on this tho ap n Re-nee . IIOI1SI. ItlCt.M'll. Judge D. S Vogan has moved 'o Rosine nnd taken charge of the WedAVe regret to lose the ding House. Judge nnd his excellent wife, but Rosine will gain a good christian family and the boss hotel Jiceper in this part of the country. Mrs. R. R. Wedding and two children, Daisy nnd Roraey, visited Mr. G. L. Brady's family this week. Walker Myrtle is having his hotel MME. REOAMIER. She Was One of the Moat Dangerous painted. Cicero Miller and his sister, Mary, are on the sick list. Thos.Ford is building a new dwelling house on his farm near Horse Branch. I see my old friend and former teacher, Judge R. R. Wedding, has been mentioned ns a suitable man to make the race for County Judge ou the Republican Ticket in 1897. TLe Judge is a true Republican and has spent a great deal of his time and money in defending the principles ot the Republican party and has many friends who would be glad to see him My elected County Judge in 1S97 young ftiend, Sam A. Anderson, of of Napoleon' Foe. Tho most famous and clever society of tho consulate and early empire was accustomed to gather in tho drawing-room- s of Mme. Recnmier, wife of tho gre.it banker. Tho wealth of her husband and distinction of her manners mode her a of great importance among tho roturned emigrants, who flato iM a Drniiiri-MU-- e Gm-rnnci- list 14 Cuugii Tuna (loud. kJ licit In time.Birup. ail drufntl.ta. P Hold by lUnti niuHt r ailo. Uw 1 I I is to many persons inconceivable that the Democratic National convention will declare for free silver, with the certainty that such n declaration will make all New England, New York, New Jersey and Delaware, with Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and the Northwest solid and certain for the Republican nominee, and Missouri, Tennes. see, Kentucky, Maryland and West Virginia uncertain for any candidate placed on a free silver platlorm. But before wo insist that such a course is too absurd or too reckless to be considered, it would be well to relli'iiiriilliHi IIiij view the blunders of the Democratic party in the past generation nnd Will be observed by Preston Mort n count, if wc can, the consequences of Post No 4, May 30, 1896. Services will be held at Atexanderschoolhoiise. such blunders. Rev Jo A Bennett chaplain nl Post, With the control of the whole Gov eminent in their hands Democratic asstMfd by the choir of neighborhood leaders from the South insisted in churches, will conduct the services There will be sevparty on the occasion. i860 on making it a eral orators on the ground who will or in ruining it, and it was ruined. In 1864, on the eve of the downhll entertain the crowd by sultabl talks of the Confederacy, the Democratic lor this occasion. All our graveyards National contention declared the war need cleaning up and we hope the people will take a hand in it. ns there a failure In i863 the Democratic National wlll.be a committee sent early before convention abandoned Its sound mon- we go to Alexander to strew flowers ey traditions and threw its infl uencu on the graves of our dead. The Blue and the soldiers who don't belong to on the side of ureenbackism. In 1872 the National convention of our order nre respectlully invited to party nominated come and spend n day with their old the Democratic Greelev, who represented everything comrades. There will be no dinner which the Democratic patty opposed. spread this year. l'.vrr body will Then there was an era of reluming please bring nlong their own lunch. reason, and the Democratic party All comrnds nre expected at our next sound meeting, May 9. So rescrvetnr fl tgs nominated Tilden, u for your respective home graveyards. money Democrat, nud elected him is on tiinl at Newport in 1880, with the great fraud By order of Commander, But Scott Jackson R T, KliNDKK. tilts week, charged with the murder issue made for it by the Republicans, Democratic National convention Kiln lias no ituaw with iirTinW Pain PHU. the of Pearl Bryan, It Minuter. tered and caressed her. Ily her spirit nnd beauty sho wielded enormous influence, but not in Nnpolcon's behalf, for sho considered him it parvenu. She was in reality ono of tho most insidious, and consequently ono of ,tho most dangerous of his foes. He tried to buy her silenco through Fouche's intermediation by the offer not merely of a plnco as lady in waiting, but of tho influence sho might hope to exercise over himself. His persistent refusal was really the cause of her husband's bankruptcy, for the Bank of Franco refused him assistance In his straits. Sho was not an intimate friend of the Hartford Rei'Uiiucan.Ss certainly Mme. de Stael, although the latter, the choice of the majority of the Rewhen banished from Paris, had vispublicans of this end of the county ited her at St. Ecoucn, but among for Circuit Court Clerk in 1897. Sam thoso who had frequented her parlor is .1 good one and the man who were Keeker's great daughter, that "rascally Mm". dt Stael," as beats him will have to hustle. culled her in a letter to Nix. Fouchc, had sinco her retirement to Switzerland played the role of cxilo lor Stile nr llrnl. A first class business house in so well that she had rendered herself Fordsville, Ohio county Ky. Quite almost a divinity to her friends. They modo annual pilgrimages to centrally located. For further par Coppet, returning to Mme. Recamier's ticulbrs address J. W. Tabor, Fordsparlors with new arrows of spite and ville, Ky. or D. M.Hocker, Hartford, wit to discharge against tho empire. Ky. In the end both tho hostess herself and tho frequenters of her husband's Monthly Pains cured ly Dr. Mile' Pain I'lll. house were therefore visited with . condign punishment, on tho chargo KO.M.M-Rev. Richardson filled his regular that they liad excited public alarm and discredited tho Bank of France. appointment here the 12th. Miss Belle Whittinghill visited her With several of her friends tho great lady was banished from Paris and mother this week. later was sent Into exile. Century Miss Smith is visiting Mrs. Byers, Magazine. of this place. Swallowed a Safety A paity of young folks of Rosine Miruprlto Freeman, tho attended the meeting at Mt. Pleasant flvo year old daughter of Harry T. the 12th. Miss Mary Taylor, of near Horton, Freeman of 30 Taylor street, Kowark, suffered for flvo weeks with what is visiting her sister, Mrs R C. was supposed to bo membrauous , croup, and even now it is said sho Dr Renfrow, of Sulphur Springs, really had tho disease. Sho got ocwas in town last week. casional relief from tho doctor's Mrs. W. S Gains, of Fordsville. treatment, but thero was no pervisited her mother, Mrs. Raley, here manent improvement. Tho last attack was so severe that Dr. Josoph last week. J. W. Tabor. Fordsville, was in Fowsmith recommended a resort to tracheotomy. When tho incision town one day last week. Mrs. D. C. Allen nnd daughter. was madn in tho throat the doctors found between tho trachea and tho Miss Annie spent WednesJay with vocal chords a largo safety pin, Mr. and Mrs. Childs, of this place. which was held In placo by its spring We welcome our old friend S. D. It was quickly removed nnd tho apBranch, to our erture was closed. Tho next night Morgan, of Horse town. He moves into the hotel vatho child was reported to bo doing cated by Mrs. Pierce, who moved into well, and it was; bcliovcd that sho would rccovor rapidly. the property of J. I. Ttllord. The election wetit ofl very quietly Our deeds dotermino us us inuuh with 71 majority for Dr James. as wo dotermino our doods. George1 Mary. Eliot. n Pin-Little Jar-nagi- Reepdeb?nt" Died. CARSON & CO. April 13th, from n severe burn, little G. B. Ashby, daughtrr of II. B and Sallic B Ashby. nt the age ot 5 years and eight mouths She suffered all the horrors ol .1 fcar.ul burn from the beginning, but lor more than three weeks she litis hid the most cxciutiatiug p.iinsuith .1 fortitude rarely witnessed iu at! one. Of the brightest intellect, of the nt, she 11,1 unenf sunniest temper.-im- i the most loving mid one til lite most loveable chiltlteu I ever siw To lite bereaved parents wc s.n : "Weep not the liltie spirit, Ransomed dwells in the celestial s Obllllilr. jdT STOMACH, ABULES AND BOWELS REGULATE THE LIVER THE BLOOD. re Ik. Lit U,t. mi'AMt TAlll 1.1 eta Lmhr IntllgfatUa, lllUMtMf, ltn.datar.t'onftttpBllon. !lj,rlt,CBrl UrrTrMBtr,!lll,!lraa,lladl'iaalf lUa lljiraltrr, OITiailfe llrralk, aa4 all 41 a. ftlcra af taa MoMacb, Llvtr aa4 llaafata. Itlpani Tatmtal contain ncttlo lnjoriova lo thaiuoaldtllratarouitltutlun. Ara blaaaantfc, ANO PURIFY fr lT throaKlinrartllrujrcUt,Gr by tutu, batnpla tlal. ncrntl Atlctrcwa THE RIPAN3 CHEMICAL CO.. 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TB rospoct, prloo only $00.00 spocial prlcos to olubs. nun-shin- WRITE Fl ATALOGUE- Also Agon t a for Sunshine down stairs without clasping my hand over my heart and resting. In fact, It would almost tak my breath away, I suffered so I did not care to live, yet I had much to live for. There Is ifo pleasuro In life If deprived ol health, for life becomos a burden. Hood's Barsaparllla does far more than advertised. After taking ono bottle, It la tulBcIent to recommend Itself," Mrs. J, K. Smith, Belolt, Iowa. Till: (llll.ATI.NT CUHlHTOII. Victor, N ii p o I oon, Halidny, Barnes & Overland. the All this we grant the EJitor, And more than this besides; He is the greatest creditor, That ever lived or died. He credits for his weekly sheet, ill credit lor an "ud," Alnlways credits what he clips, But never credit had, An Edltdr's supposed to live On nlr nnd "printer's pi's" He runs his paper just for luu, HILL&STEITLER Wholesale Hatdw ore & Bicycles, KY. OWUNSBOKO, Good Old Ginnny Metcoll, 86 years oltl,.livitiK nl oiH Monroe street, Ky., hays that Dr, Bell's Pine Tar Honey Is the best grip cure, cuui;li, limn mid bronchial remedy tlint has been ofTetrii to the people during htr lite Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Grillin & Bro., druggist, and Kenfrow Bros , Norrows, Ky, free-trud- Hood's Jj the One Sarsaparilla 11 Ills health and exercise, , T, Davis. Truelllood rurlfltr.AlliIriiniiUts.il. l'reparetl only by C. I. IToml & Co., m, ell, Mats. u S rtni'MriilHl"pr Ills, PUIS its tienatclie, Mllous-nOO- tl aei-iiM- . SPECIAL BARGAINS.. For the next two wooks A Sufferer t Cured FAIR EROS. & 12c. CO. Will offer their trade some special bargains on their entire stock. "Every season, from tho tlmo I was two yrars old, 1 sufTcrrd dread-full- y 1'ivitn erysipelas, which kept growing worse until my hands with almost useless. Tho bones softened bo that they would bend, and several of my lingers aro now crooked from this cause. On my hand 1 carry l.irgu scars, which, but for Rev. Father O'Conner, Lcitchficld, was iu town Sunday, the guest ot Mr, Lewis Gunthtr. Hon. Jno f. Mcllenry writes Tin? Ui'.i'UM.lCAN Irom Denver. Col., Unit they have taken rooms iu that city and will likely spend the summer there with his btother, Mr. G. T. who has been in bad health lor some time. S-TUBDL"- AYER'S R.iniiparllln, would bo sores, provided I S KvbVg l3?'was allvo and ahlo to carrv sinvtliliiir. Eight bottles of '"" Ayer's Sarsaparlllu cured me, so that I havo had no return of the disease for moro than twenty years. The llrst bottlo seemed to reach the spot and a persistent use of it has perfected tho cure." 0. C. Davis, Wmitoinn, Wis. The hour for meeting of Mt. Zion Baptist Church Saturday before the first Sunday in May has been changed from n. .111. 2 Wo will have fully opened our immense SPUING STOCK, which we propose to stiy surpasses anything of former years,both W TOMGRR APB. Z'9 - IS, '96 Zephyr Ginghams 8c, actual value Apron check gingham 5c, worth 8c. India linens 8c, worth 12Jac. Solid ducks 10c, worth 15c. Best calico 5c, worth (5c. Cotton crepons t()c. worth 12 ic Linen Uastistc, very stylish, 15c. Grass cloth 10 to 30c, all the rage. French organdies 35c. o'clock p, 111. to 1 1 o'clock ' sharp. The members will please take notice and be present at the last named hour. J. B. Rogers, Pastor. m AYER'S SIB THE ONLY WORLD'S FAIB Sarsaparilla the Boyctt Mr. Will R. Speck, business manager of the Thitd District Republican, of Bowling Green, was in town the first of the weeek. Mr. Speck came over to vltit his wife, who has been the guest ol her parents, Rev. and Mrs J. S. Chandler, for the past few weeks. While in town Mr. Speck gave us a pleasant call. He reports his district being solid for Dr. Hunter for Congress. Rough River Lodge No. 101 K. of P. celebrated 'the 2d anniversary of IYER'S FILLS Promote Good Digestion. The necessity of specialties in STYLES and BAKGAINS. has long been apparent, from the fact if a lady wants a "Fine 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 wo 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 BAKNES, 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:-- In "up-to-date- WE POSITIVELY Cannot be undersold in bleach and brown cottons, shirtings, table linen oil cloth, etc. THE TIME FOR Spring cleaning is here. Wc 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 it from you will assure you tliat we are the pier of any body ir. this line. its existence lnt Saturday night. lecture on They had work in thefirstand second ranks, and alter the business was all Quarterly Court has been in session transacted, marched in a body to the tiartfoid House where n magnificent this week. supper was served at 11:30 o'clock. Stevens pays highest prices lor A large number of Knights were in produce. The lodge Is in a flourattendance. India linen, mvisses, Demities at ishing condition and bids fair to 'exFair Bros. & Co's. cel any other lodge in Western KenBullington is the best barber in the tucky. Green Rives Country. The following named persons have For Hoes, Rakes, &c, call on Stev- paid their subscription to ThcRe-ubmc- an since our last issue: W. M. ens and get a bargain, Baltzell, I. II. Torrence, Horton; Mrs. Carson & Co. can furnish you with I. A. Bennett, Beda; J. R. Hayes, Ice in any quantity. Hodgensvillej V. B. Burton, Rock-val- e: Be sure to notice the "ad" of Hill W. N. Foster, Greensburg; J. B. & Steitlerin this issue. Bates, Tar Fork; W. P. Meyers, LebHon. T. J. Smith went Jo Owensbo-r- o anon; J. C Hoskinson, II. H. Montgomery, Buffalo; S. J. Tichenor, Mcyesterday on business. llenry; E. W. Smith, Ceralvo, M. S. Miss Ella andCotinne Cox returned Barnett, Livermore; Simon Jones, from Owensboro Monday. Render; J. II. Whittinghill, FordsFair Bros. & Co. are the milliners, ville; J. W. Allen, C. II. Ellis, Hartthey have the latest styles. ford; A.G. Sprawls, Jas. McDan iel, J. "Sweetening the wind" by Dr. J. D Ross, E. W. Morison, A. Waters, II. Boyettnt Hartford Baptist Church, W. A. Dougherty, T. J. Uinderwood, L. P. Perkins, J. E. Sallce, T. M. May 12. Sprawls, W.C. Ward, J.A. Quiggins, We want one copy of Tun REruii-UCABufialo; Rev. Jas French, Attilla; W. of May 3rd, '95, who can M. Cat lisle, S. E. Pierce, Maple. furnish it? Remember May 12. up a Specialty. to one not hence the importance of this work. 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. FOURTH:-- 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 In Staples, we are full up. Stacks and Stacks of the general supplies and at prices hitherto unheard of. We cannot take room to'qu'otc prices. Bring on your Wool and Feathers and other good produce and we guarantee satisfaction. ," MILLINERY GOODS, we have worked Because, a lady prefers her "last year's" hat r. Don't Forget Our Clothing. 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 Stevens gives a firstsclass sifter with each can ol Golden Baking Powders. BEAVER DAM. Respectfully, HOCKER C0- - Beaver Dam. HARD1NSBURG. Hardinsdurg, April 22. New .Voles appreciated. lETo-in- : ZSnros- Cahson & Co. 5s Co- Pans at Pair Bros. & at a Sample of fashion. New Mattings at Carson & Co's. See our Parasols. Call on Bullingtou, the barber. So dozen new n See our Neckwear. Co's. bargain. Don't fail to see our New Straw Big line new Parasols at Pair Bros. Carson & Co. Huts. & Co's. We keep a lull supply ol Purniture. New millinery every week at Pair Carson & Co. cider or sale by P. W. 22 6ru l'irtle, Hartlord, Ky. Ture crab Bros. & Co's. Carson & Co. Hoes, rakes, etc., ut Stevens' Remember Pield & Holbrook con-n- ot Linen Batiste and Grass Cloth at be excelled when it cimes to & Co's. handling fine buggies. Their stock Pair Bros. Come to Carson & Co. for Northern is complete and are sure to please Early Kose Seed Potatoes you. Dandiest line neckwear for ladies and gentlemen at Pair Bros. & Co's. White and lancy Bros. & Co's. Organdies at Fair NOT LONG nut long enough to know that there Young men get you one of those II. are some people I am pleasing with M. T. buggies lor sale by Pield & my goods and prices, because they Holbrook, continue to trade with me. We have just received a car load of the celebrated Globe Fertilizer. Come and get prices. Carson & Co. 'And ritjes The iuneral of William Dire Taylor Ate two ot the most important points will be preached at Taylortown I schoolhousc on the first Sunday in to consider in buying anything. make them my specialty in Groceries. May by the Rev. J. C. Brandon. 1, 1v ghe Susiness We have some home-mad- e pickles & Co. at 15c. pergallon. Carson QUALITY f n .. . i MY METHOD OF - "Doing Easiness Is to buy the best, sell the best, and recommend the best. It is this method that has brought to my store a permanent, desirable patronage. Hon. C. M. Barnett has received Irom E. W. Smith, (Owensboro, a handsome desk and chair lor bis office. See Mr. Smith's ad in this paper. Rev. Casebier, Rockport, filled his Mr. U. S. Newcomb, oi Owensville, regular appointment here Saturday Ind., is visiting his mother's family and Sunday. n ear Beda. Misses Anna McKenney, Virgle s If you want a buggy at a Hocker, Attye Austin, Messrs. C. P. surprisingly low price, call on Field Austin, B. C. flarnesand A. M. Hunt spent Sunday in the country at Mr. & Holbrook. F. W. Bakers. Don't you want some Building Mrs. Oscar Stevens is vlsitng relaLoan Stock. The Kentucky Citizens tives and friends in Louisville. is the best. A large number of boarding pupils Save your money by putting it into spent Saturday and Snnday at their n Building Loan Co. Try the Kenhomes. tucky Citizens. Messrs. J. A. Dufl and A. M.John Miss Stella Thomas has returned son went to their homes Tuesday to Irom an extended visit to friends and vote. Mr. F. O. Austin received a car of relatives in Louisville. ice Tuesday. Carson & Co. want your wool and Mrs. S. P. Taylor visited her will pay the highest market price for daughter, Mrs. E. II. Patterson, ol same. Bring on your wool. Centr.d City, Tuesday and Wednes Wanted. To borrow $600.00 an day. good property. Address "C" care Misses Maude Monroe and Attye RiSi'UHMCAN, Hartford, Ky. tt Austin were in Hartford last week. Mr. Johnson and wife, Sulphur Ice cream every Tuesday and Springs, spent Saturday and Sunday nights. Milk Shake, Lemonattending ade, and all kinds of cold drinks at with their children who are school here. Clyde Weddings. Mr. J. Henry Carson and wife, Field & Holbrook can not be excell- Hartford, were in town Sunday aftered in quality and prices when it noon. comes to the buggy line. Their line Mr. C. W. Parrott, who has been to of buggies have to be seen to be ap- Colorado for his health returned last preciated. week and after making us n short visDr. Jno. II. White, who has been a it returned to Louisville. Mr. fi. P. Barnes was in Louisville resident of Hartford for several years, has gone to Charleston, Mo., where last week on business. Mrs. W.P. Her, Rockport .visited her he will locate to practice dentistry. His wife will join him in a few days. aunt, Mrs. II. D. Hunt Tuesday and Attye. Wednesday. Messrs. Williams & Bell have made quite a departure in the picture enAiNlirnee Halt. larging business. They have added a On Monday, May 4. i?o6, I will large stock oi frames and are prepared sell to the highest and best bidder to enlarge pictures. This will be a the entire stock ot Groceries and Fixgreat convenience to our people. tures assigned to me by W. H. Willa fine Rev. II. C. Truman, of Fordsville, iams. The Fixtures consist of Soda Fount, Ice Cutter, Milk Shake, been selected by his Post to athas Scales, etc. This is a tend the G. A. R. Meeting at Som- Show Cases, erset, Ky. He has also been cboseu splendid opportunity for some one to to represent his Association at the secure a bargain. Terms made known on day of sale. Southern Baptist Convention at 39. at Shemiv Taylor, Assignee. which meets on May 8th. first-clasSat-urd- as Chat-nnoog- u, irom ilieeuboro9fenNciiger. - COI,. QUINT SHANKS. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Col, Quiutus C. Shanks, Hartford, birthday Messrs. Graham Eskridge and E. celebrated his eighty-filt- h I.. Sutton, Louisville, spent Sunday recently. Though he is totally blind, with their parents at this place. he is in excellent health, and his n mind and recollection are as good as Miss Georgia McCubbinsand McCubbins, of Stephensport, ever. Col. Shanks went to Hartford visited their sister, Mittie. last Sun- in the 1863, and for fifty years has day. Miss Mittie is a student in the been prominent in the history of the county, B. N. C. Mr. W. S. Beard has goue to the DEATH OF CLARENCE JAMES. Mud Springs, of Indiana, for his Mr. Clarence James, son of A. D. health. These spring is said to pos- James, aged twenty years, died yessess high medical qualities. terday morning at his father's home The bicycle craije which struck this near Penrod, Muhlenberg county, of town with full force last summer,' has typhoid fever. Young James was the subsided. Occasionally a gentleman L. and N. agent at Penrod and rankbe can seen over ed high in the esteem of the company hutnoed his wheel, but they are not so numer- and friends along the line, who will ous b3f hall as last year be grieved to hear of his removal by D. R. Murray, of Cloverport, and death. Dr. James, it is said, is prosW. R. Moorman, oi Glendean, were trated over the loss ot his only boy. in town Monday on legal business. Others of his children are reported as James Skillman, sou of Circuit being quite ill with the same dread Clerk R. S. Skillman, died on the disease. He was buried Saturday; 17th inst. THE NEW COLLEGE. the funeral services being conducted Prol. Wayland Alexander's college, by Rev. Eldred E. Pate at the M. E. mentioned in yesterday's Messenger, broth-Brow- DR 4 w CREAM i BAMNti POMDfft MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free From Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A m Farmers in this neighborhood arc quite busy preparing for the present crop. A refreshing rain would be acceptable. Mr. Robt. Walker was in our vicin- iir.Tiu:i. n Church South. Hon. C.C, McChord, of Springfield, Washington coanty, was in our city He is State Senator irom last week. the fifteenth Senatorial District. We have understood that Mr. McChord is a Congressional possibility within Democratic circles. Messrs. Ed G. Beard, Prank Board, Dr. Milton Board, N. McMercer and J. W. Guther went to Louisville Sat- urday. Dr. T. W.Gardner, of Madisonvllle, came down from the Louisville con- ghere are gimes When You can-"" MrJ. C.Hoskinson, of Buffalo, Ky., sends in sixteen new subscribers this week, Mr. Hoskinson is attending school at Buffalo, but finds time irom his study to work lor the Republican party. Why can't other Republicans do likewise? As there was not 'a full attendance at the Ohio County Tobacco Growers' Meeting here last Monday, it was decided to defer the meeting until the first Monday in May at 1 o'clock p. m. A full attendance is desired, B. P. McCoumick, State Delegate. IAUAN. Mrs. James 'imsatt became insane Wednesday April 15, caused probably Lay up a Cent. Hut you can alwoya save buying your Groceries oi money by L B STEVENS. We have a beautiful line of Straw Hats. Carson & Co. Don't fail to see our Neckwear. X HBt' mencement at Anna, Illinois, where Mrs. Wedding's nieces, Misses Lucy II yoU need Dress Goods it will pay and Alice Townsend, will graduate you to see Carson & Co, Miss Lucy Towns-enMay 6th, 1896. Bora to the wile ol Attorney W. II. who is the elder of the two, has Barnes Tuesday, April 14th, a boy, taken first honor iu her class and Mr. Robt.Hagerman and Miss Nora been chosen lias salutitorian. Cod-liv.Oil, with Miss Alice will deliver an oration on L. Coppage, two of Concord's popular of Is for you even if "The Human Hand." These young young people, were married at 7 o'clock last Sunday evening at the you are only a little thin. ladles are natives oi Ohio county, and SCOTT'S GflULSlON has been enhome of the bride's father In the prcs-enc- e former residents ol Hartford, They medical profeitlon for dorsed by the of a large number ol admiring twenty years. ( are the daughters of W. E Towns, your doctor.) This is because it Is always tiUUblt always end, and though very young in years and well wishing Irlends and uniform always eontams tbipurat Nor Rev. J. C. Craig, of Delaware, are highly accomplished. Kentucky's Oil and Hypoplosplitn. vitian Ky., pronounced the beautiful and Put up In 50 cent and tlxo sixes. The daughters are always lound in the small sire may be enough to cure your forelront of intellectual attainments. impressive ceremony. , couh or lido vour babv. Carson & Co. Stand close to a high fence and try to leap over. You fall. Walk back a few steps, get a good start. The fence Is easily cleared. Neglect your cough, never mind your loss In weight, and when consumption fases you, your strength may not be sufficient to carry you over the danger-lin- e. If you could only go back a few weeks and make a good start, you might win. Hon.aud Mrs. J. S.R.Weddlng have received an invitation to the Com- by catarrh or possibly herdltary as some of her predecessors have been deranged. Mr. Wimsatt was preparing to visit his brother, he noticed that she was acting strangely and on leaving the house for a short time he looked back and saw her running in the opposite direction and when he called her she only ran the faster, he soon overtook her and managed to get htr back to the house. She is at present traging and it is likely she will have to be taken to the asylum. Born to the wile of Geo. Pool a boy. Mrs. Wm. Gllllms, of Magan, has been on the sick list for some time, but is now improving. Mrs. John R. Clark is still bedfast. But very little corn planted, some talk of cut worms, vention Priday and spent a day with his mother, Mrs. R. G. Gardner. Mr. Gardner is one of the Republican del rection. egates from the Second District to the Mr. O. J, St. Louis Convention. Mr. Ed G. Beard, who has been this week. with Horace Scott for a number of years, has accepted a position with W. Suffered Eighteen Years. B. Belnap & Co., of Louisville. Value Departed and bleep Come. Mr. William Beard, of this place, Mrs. Julia A. Brown, of Covington, Tonn., has been appointed as a guard at the I whoso husband lias cbargo ot tlio electric Eddyville penitentiary. He will take lignt plant at mat pmcu, una uuvu u bw Her atlmonts and speedy euro sufferer. his place about the first of June, aro best described by horself, aa follows! Mr. L. C. Smith and Miss Belle 'Tor 18 years I suffered from nervousness and indigestion. I trlod every. remedy recMattingly, both ol this place, were ommended by family nnd friends, but I relief united in marriage at Romwald's could got notroatod ut all. Twoyoarsago, by threo local wbllo being Drs. Ilarrot, Maloy and Bhorod, the; Catholic Church Monday night, Rev. Gabe officiating. This couple have the best wishes of the whole community, Hon. John W. Lewis is again before the people as a candidate for Congress. His careernt Washington has m pbysl-duns, may now be considered a fixed fact. The large Hamilton residence, on the river front in tho East end, has been selected lor the school and Mr. David Hamilton, of Detroit, the owner of the property, has been written to and responds that he will lease the premises for college purposes and is will ing that the first six months rent go toward repairs and improvement lor the purpose lor which it is proposed to use it. Prof Alexander always has a fine school. There is no reason why Owensboro should not become an educational cen ter and this is a step in the right di- ity last Thursday, countracting business for his lather. Our present road overseer, Marion Moore, resigned his position and the honors fell to Mr. Ham Richardson. Mrs. Tom Lee made a flying trip to Beaver Dam last Saturday. Mr. Sam Triggle has returned to his uncle's, T. W. Lee. Mrs. V. Tatum is still confined to bed. Mrs. Laura Gray has been quite sick. Mr. Bud Howard is convalescent. B. "Haifa span ot angry steel" will produce no more fatal results than a neglected cold or cough. For all throat and lung diseases, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is the best remedy. m It is invaluable in cases of croup, Thomas was In Louisville whooping cough, bronchitis, and la grippe. . I.IIIDIITV- - Tke general health ol the community is good. Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely. Our prayer meeting has recently been changed from Sunday evening to Sunday morning, Mr. Alva Taylor, Hartford, spent Sunday last with his patents here. He was accompanied by one of his friend, Mr. Bishop. Mr. Jessie Mauzy, Morgan town, spent a few days here last week, Mr, Ols W. Williams made a flying trip to Louisville last Saturday. Mr. J. II. Barnes and family, Beaver Dam, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Taylor last Sunday. Miss Mattle Taylor, Beaver TJam, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. John R. Taylor. Miss Altha Leach, Mt. Pleasant, is the guest oi friends in this community this week, Mrs. Sue Hocker is on the sick list. Miss Bettie Taylor spent Saturday night and Sunday with her friend, Miss Ola Williams. Bom, on the 12th, inst., to the wife of Weave Malon, a boy, Miss Eva Berryinan, Daviess county, has returned to her old neighborhood for an extended visit, He been honorable and successful, comes before his constituents with a That he will most excellent record. be endorsed by the 4th District is already a settled iact, Ronm Hood. ScalB ewuteior er Hypo-phosphit- es, rela-tlve- s. CoJ-ltv- ir We are pleased to know that Hon C. M. Barnett has been elected chairman of the State central committee in place of Hon John W. Verkes, who Mr. Cicero Rhoads successor ol tecently resigned. Mr. Barnett is an Ralph tnd Rhoads isdoinga splendid nrdent Republican and an able young business here in general merchandise. man who has a future before him. The singing at C. B. Stilths Satur- He formerly resided in Madison counday fight was well attended and a ty having attended school at Ayetes' nice time reported RichAcademy, at College Hill. has Van Dickens, Whltesville, mond Pantograph. been vlsitlug Mr, Sam Trnner this Boils and pimples are due to imweek. Mrs C. B Johnson is visiting her pure blood. Remove them by making parents in McLean county this week, the blood pure with Hood's Sarsapai Zealot, xllla. Kiioitn Here. Miu. Jcua A. IlnowN. Informed mo that I bad become Aroptteal, and that thuru was llltlo hopo for uiu. I then decided to try Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, I was then unablo to get to sleep until well on toward daylight, aud during all this time I had a deep, heavy pain Iu my left side. 1 tioi tnott mUtmbu, imtttti, but bottle of the Xtrvint after taking one-ha- lf could sleep all ulght Just aswoll as i Id. The litrvint Is the only remedy lever that gave mo any relief whatever. I am now well aud strong, and I thank Rod ei'crytid 0 my life tor Dr. Mila' tftrviiu." MH3. JULIA A. miOWN. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold on a. posltlva guarantee that the llrst bottle will Iwiietlt. AlldruggUUsellltatll.a bottles forts, or Dora Dkanr. Dr. Miles Nervine "BE Children Cry for mbMiMiyii'iwi MMwgwMfcN)aeaffwNa!Bw'l,' j'.na ,. d - .. j . '''"i" a.Js,.M.rt iU.a,j;r..a.,asy.UaTa.nMy sfm iiu i m ,JM.MMIMtli; Hartford Republican I'lllDAY, Al'RlI. 24 IK96 flnlnfV ttnlch 'with his wifo ivho told hor the mine, Is Indian, nnd A Small ho vlslU periodically and son. Mrs. Donors, husband tho secret of Ojlbway a Is well advanced In years. Friends of tho family havo jjono to Minneapolis to set the young man straight with tho authorities. The prisoner Is wealthy enough to buy a good part of Minneapolis with- out feeling it. St. Louis Globe Democrat. MEDICAL If toil mot the tent expert and nctrntllto trf (ratlin phi slclaae and aiieelitllsiaoMliia rmiotrjr. tuolull.nlrlll. HATHAWAY to ,70 Dearborn PI.. ('Mew, III. All Chronle PIwimi General Directory. TREATMENT. stati; ornciAts. Oovemnr William O. Itfadley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoretarynfSlutc Charles I'inley. Attorney General W. H. Taylor. uditor Sitmncl II. Stone. Treneurer (icn. W, Long. Comniliiiiiipnif Agriculture, Hop. ticuhuru mill Statistics Lucas Her " curoil without tlio kiiife. AIo lk'toma Bint all forms of Fkln inul I'S'iiii illioasiia successfully tnmli'd Dr ! ii. ' hajiructliiillnClnclniiullovprtmi m Toiirs.iiiiclliailiwrmiortiiliiciil'v t.i . III tlieln'ttliiirlitiiliilni''ol I'ii .. i1 li W-t CANCER nnd Tntuor't solrntlrliiully ttralnl n'i I . of men ao.l women. I'rlrate bkln, Illootl and Nerves IHstasp. laAra treated Fit mall allovrrlli world by teoiltDg for rtrsaptora Wank No. I for turn No. I for women. No. 3, SkTn IHarasef, No. 4 for Catarrh. Ileal of professional and financial references, a lenal riiarame. riven If neeeaarr. xeaicai uererrnce 1 "17 women JL? ."! Ith anr tllaeAM. . tun. neeullar tn Ihelr fattens .1laea.es, female troatilce. etc. Henri twot- ecnl alanine to iar postage, lo me leatllOK special, lata an 1 rhjralclana in thie country. f 11 7T XV XJ Hi 1? "?,' i';, I Mi I'litnptili'tsi'iit frH) In villi Ixirsnn In Jour own riolilit. i.l I'm' in il. t liascurcd Oltlm IIS Sn.i Address Dr. L. II. Gr.ATjn.'IV. UosDOB Cinciiiuitti, C ". Spot Be lay the most insig- THE BIG SWING DOOR. CO., lilt. IIATIIAWAY Chicago, 70 Dearborn St., DOCTOR for 111. Infants anct-Chlldt- -en. Cants! symptoms were too small to be noticed for quite a time. Mr. J. JJ. Arnold belongs to one of the oldest and best families of Carolina; he is well and favorably ltuown throughout South Carolina, and has resided at Green-wofor years. Cancer is hereditary in the family, an aunt on each side having died from it. Several years ago a small spot, like a tiny ulcer, appeared about the size of a just under his left eje, above the check bone. He thought nothing of it for some time, until it began to grow rapidly, spreading all the time, and destroying the flesh as it went. bird-shot, It is very often that nificant symptoms arc forerunners of the ii.ast violent disease. There is not a more destructive disease than Cancer, and in a majority of case it is first indicated by a very small scab or sore, to which no attention is attracted, until it before long- develops into most alarming conditions. Here is such a case, where the first hor to enter. Tho thought that occurred to tho woman just as sho got in tho doorway appeared to mako her doubtful as to whether sho wished to go in or out. Tho man still held tho door opon. Tho woman said: "I wonder if I havo tho paper that ho told mo to bring to his office," and began to sho carried In hor hand. Tho man said well, nover mind what tho man said. Ho still held Such Things as These Are What Spoils Men's Tempers. Tho outer door to tho ofllco building was a masslvo affair that swung either way. Tho man who entered was in a hurry, but ho considerately looked behind him to sea that ho did not lot it swing in tho face of anyono who might bo following. The woman who wr3 following seemed to bo paying no nttention to the door, so tho man held it open for Moore. fH .,t t Hjrruia, auJ XS-0R-L1- eWJWWWS. Superintendent Public M. D.ivUon. liistrnction-Ge- o. iJICK ENGLISH Remedy wlU itop a couch In ft nlcht. check a cold in a day, ami curoconxumptioii if taken in time. 1. the little ones ha e Croup or ft H MOTHERS, alf Yoti Do You Know Register Land Oillcc Ulmi. O. Reynold. Insurance lhircau Commissioner-- D. W. Coniingore. Adji.tnnt General U. II. Collier. State Librarian .Mrs. Mary Drown Day. UAtl.KOAU COMMIS-IOSKI- CortII.il, man aocnllcil buollittig most remeilltfl for chlMrcu are compoMct of opium or morphine larric. Wrllc to T. fi. Qcincrv, 'SBMNVHatkajp' tnry of the Rr.R AccuiKNr sftAaaaUrT Ciimfanv, for Information rrcardluK Accident Insur '7J22T fltVjiJB auce. Mention this paper, s jy (0 iiolnic j 011 con sate memtwrshlp fee. Has paid over iM),0UJ 00 lor injuries. ( accidental Uo your own Agent. Ki:QUIRUI NO MliDICAI, UXAMINAT10N iE Ilrnnir 15(1. Chicago. Secrr- - Know that opium ftint morphine ore atupcfylng narcotic polsouaf ! A'on lttiow that In moot couiittlra druggUtanre not permitted loatllnatcutlc without UUIIui; them polaoua t Xn Vtui Know that jou ahou'M not permit aiiyiurJIclne to be given yourchllJ unlcai jou orjour ph)aldan Vnow of what It li composed? Yon Know that Castorlataa purtljr vegetable prraratlon, and that a Hit of Its Ingredients Is published with every bottle I snooping louga, rouDiaaverv fatal disease. 1 ully one-ha- ll thoo . of Tit&Jvr&LUK. v I The srrtAt C. Wood, ctiui riiitiii; J. F. Ocnipsey, It. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F. Hmwn. cox.r.rsMONAi.. ScuatoM linn William C. LiiiiU say, Hun. J. (!. S. Blackburn. Jno Io that Castorla l the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Mlchcr. That It has been In uae for nearly thirty jeare, and that more Caatorra la tiorraotd than of alt other remedies for children combined ? the l'atent Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have Issued exclusive right tn Dr, Pitcher and his assigns to use the word " CitHtorlii and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prlsou offense? Io Von Know i no Von Kitow that Know that mmm OH P VE BUCK sEivasai 1 IWIJ .' . 0 aVS-US-f- search through tho little bag that Tho disease progresses so rapidly that the leas of atcwlioum In treatment la of tin fatal. ACKLU't KvotKH Rim. m will cur. Croup, nntl it cfinnlil bo Lejit in tho Jiorian tor emcrtienclr. A 15 cent bottle may sa o ) our child's life. Tin ro alzrsi 35c, 50c, SI. All Pmcclsta. ni' Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATK OINTMENT iCURES A SURE UUilSt.ATinii:. Senatnr Hun. A, D. JaniPH. Repret"entntivo Ohio Count v Him. C. M. Harnett: Io Von was one of the rebsons for granting this government protevtton bccauie Castorla had been proven to be iibnollttcly llfsMlslCNW T that 33 NOTHING BUT PILES.! l)n Von Know Do Von Know nvcrngc , doses of Castorla are furnished for 3 ccnlH, orciieccutadoe? acker Miwiczxn 18 Chambers lit., fc Xex- - co. York. "oiuo .BEST REMEDY for PILES.I Hill. II 11 V Al.t. llllVOfllNTH. n., ..t.u.j. v mtiria JTi;tfa.ti"M is nnd CERTAIN CURE knnwn for ID vonrsns tho COUNTV. COUItT. -- that when poaaeasedof this perfect preparation, yourclilldreu may be Lept will, uud that ou may hate unbroken rest? tlioMO rlitiiKH are worth knowing. They are facts. Owe u If 3!? lTri' .sv.j hVioX uHfl tffi. the door open in order to prevent it sweeping tho woman into tho street. Tho woman found tho paper sho was after nnd looked across tho street, as if uucertain whether sho had tho right address. The man said: "Pardon ine, madam, but I nm in a hurry." Tho woman said: "Sir!" Tho man said: "I cannot remain hero and hold this door any lbngor." Tho woman said: "Sir, .you aro tho most insulting man I ever mot." Tho man sworo softly to himself, tho woman entered nnd tho door swung back w ith great force. Tho woman looked scornfully at tho man and said something about telling her husband how she had boon insulted. The man mado no reply, but later ho was heard 6aying to himself: "And yet peoplo claim that it pays to bo polite." Chicago Evening CIRCUIT Louis i lo " Dental Co., 3 Hon. W. T. Owcu. Judec r boro. Tile? fnc-slinl- Hon. .7. Edniu Rowe, Attorueyr Hlunntnrc of &&& li oil ctcry wrniipcr. n ksv .. sVV. Oiventbnro. J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. 15. Likens, Clerk Hartford. It. D. Riugo, Master Commiciouer ! Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company. Ve-- 1 1 4 W.M.St. OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Clowns $5 to $y 1'orcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter bow much you pay) . $S Gold fittings J: up Hartford. 11 Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartfiiid. Cal. P. Keown, Sherdl" -- Hartford. Deputies Samuel Kenun Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; 'I hug. R. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromuell. Court convenes first Monday in Mnrcli and Aiizum and continues throe weeks, and third Monday in May and G. November two weeks. COL'M'Y COl'KT. t No. C bound trains A3 i ! I S in 7 AS No di. STATIONS. a in . I.v U. Depot, Louisville . Kentucky Street . . West I'oint . . . How.ud . . . Willow dMe . . Rock Haven . . . . Tlicse trains run daily. ' I I No, Ar. 4.00 7 21) 7 23 8 00 8 40 8 5 5 9 "5 9 M 9 '3 . li:i!.t bound trnins, No. 44. 111 H 05 I III J 12 45 7 5" 11 I rnttuiinrscnductc4(ir MoDCnarc rets. a. piiint Officii ousOrncciaOrr-oaiTtU- , aaaeraasrc ir fatrntta Icaa taio tOaa lUUct remote Irem Wasn.icton. hend moJrL diaainf rr rhoto with drscrlo' linn. ..a ajvlt. II iatenlaba rf nf. irra ol fcliarrr. Our fee M duo u ratnt Issr urrj. . Hll.lnlir.... P.I.... I.l.k cust (l earac. ia the U. b. and foreign tuuatnei Carrata, anj 1 obtained anJ all I'at- - j 1 C.A.SNOW&CO.i few rr. patint Orricc, WaeMiNOTON. S43 1105 12 02 1 1 52 1 1 7 10 752 73S 7 45 - Long . . . llrnnch MR. J. D. ARNOLD. He says: "It gave me a great deal of pain those sharp, darting pains so characteristic of cancer. I took many blood medicines, without the slightest effect, and sought the help of the best physicians, but they did me no good; one told me, however, that I was incurable and had better make my arrangements accordingly. I was on the verge of despair, when Dr. J. L. Miller, one of the leading druggists of my town, recommended S. S. S. The first bottle seemed to make me worse, but Dr. Miller told me tljis was a favorable symptom, and by the time I had taken the second bottle, the cancer began to discharge, and as I continued this became quite profuse, and kept up for some time. Then it gradually grew less, and after awhile ceased altogether, and to my delight the place dried up and is cured entirely, so that nothing remains but a scar. "I consider S. S. S. a boon to suffering humanity, and feel that I owe my life to it, as the cancer had made such progress when I began S. S. S. that my death tvas declared to be only a matter of a very short time. The cure effected in my case is considered by every one nwt remarkable, and clearly demonstrates the fact that S. S. S. does cure hereditary cancer. No one who is afflicted with this dreadful disease can afford to fail to give S. S. S. a trial, for that is all that is necessary to convince them of its virtues." The above is but one of many remarkable cures being daily made by S. S. S. Cancer is becoming alarmingly prevalent, and manifests itself In such a variety of forms, that any sore or scab, it matters not how small, which does not readily heal up and disappear, may well be regarded with suspicion. The fact that S. S. S. cures hereditary cancer, which is considered incurable, places it without an equal as a sure cure for all manner of real blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Eczema, Contagious Ulood Poison, or any other form of bad blood. Atlanta each month. Silver filling 75c (JUAItrEIILV COL'KT. High Priced Coal. Extracting, pel tooth 15c Begins 011 the third Mmuhiy in Owing to sea freight, expensive rainless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c January, April, July and October. landing and carriago after arrival at COUItT 01" CLAIM". Extracting Iree when Artificial port of delivery, tho coal consumed Tetth are ordered. Office permanentConvenes first Monday in .Innnnry, at tho Kimberloy diamond mines, ly located aud Tuesday after the fourth Monday Syuth Africa, is tho most costly on in October. recordthe averago prico per ton orilKIt COUNTY OlTH'KliH. $100. being The coal originally cost O S. Fitzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur at tho pit mouth about 2.50. Tho Springs. highest prico over paid for coal in N. C. Daniel. Assessor Cromwell. England was between Z. H. Sfiultz, School Supt. Hartwhen it cost $13 per ton. ford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner StilpLur Tho Vcllcla, a species of jellyfish, Springs. is a natural raft, having a membrano GROOM YOUR HORSE WITH Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhotise which, when erected and spread, Keeper, Hartford. BOWNER'S serves as a sail. I 1800-182- l'ost. Jnhn P Morton. Judee Hnrttnnl. 1). M. Hoekur, Cleik Hauiuid." E. P.Nenl, Altoriiev-Hnrtfm- .l. Court convenes first Monday in 7 55 . . . Ilrnndenbnri; Hkron . n 1 1 1 1 45 37 6 53 Y147 39 6 24 6 16 " "59 707 wvvvavai' D. c. S04 I S 2S S37 S5S 9 02 9 "5 ) IS 9 22 9 3i 9 47 955 10 10 10 10 lonj 10 IS 23 25 ,tS . . I.odibnrK . . . Sample . . Stepbenspoit . . Addison trvwKton Webster 00 1051 27 18 13 128 109 1042 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 003 5 5 5 5 5 5 55 4 .... . . . . 35 3. 9J4 9 9 5 95 10 I53 11 05 II 1 42 Holt Clovetport . Shops . . Skillman . . . 10 57 53 3' 29 5'7 '4 53 13 11 IS 8 1 28 . . Hnwe.sville . . Peine . . . . 1'nlcon . . . Kevw.sport . 942 9 22 9 16 , 3" to in is 25 1135 II 45 11 . Wnittnnn . . . . . . . Powers . . 10 3.S 10 48 11 Oi II 05 II oS II 15 11 2.J, 12 12 12 12 57 07 19 l'ates 9 00 X50 37 8 10 907 in . Owensboro 24 28 Iierliv any Louisville.May 6th. Che.ip excursion Rates via the C, O. & S W. R. R. In order to afiord tiie patron nf this line an oppottunty to witness the great Kentucky Derby to be run at Louisville May 6th, ticket will be sold from all our stations at less than half rate. In addition to the clieip raihoad fare a ticket of fulmisiioM to the Grand Stand to see tne races will be furnished each passenger. Tickets will be good (or return on evening trains of May 6th and morning train ot May 7th. For full puticulars see the neatest ticket agent of the C.,0 & S W.R.R S. II. H.vrcii.G. P A. Mrs. Hioeby Thomas, of Junction City, 111. , was told by her doctors she had Consumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos Egets. 139 Florida St Sin Frauciseo, buffeted from a dreadful cold, approaching Consump- HOUSE CLEANER. No flies, fleas.mosquitos or lice. Removes dandiufl. dirt. I.eae skin solt and white. $100 00 for any case of Mange it will not cure. justices' counts. Foitnsvi U.K. J. A. Hurling Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June '20, 2-- 12 43 135 1 Mattinjjlv . . (.riflith . . . Stanley Worthington . . . . . . SIS 827 S06 7 59 7 52 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 46 4" 32 25 16 05 55 44 39 3 3o 3 16 3 o 2 II 11 1 1 3' Stops iritation. rubbing. Finefor clip- ped horses. Rosi.n'E. C. L. Woodward Mane and tail cleaner of the world. March 13, June 12, September 11, No matting. Keeps hair fiue, soft and silly. A hair December II. Cito.Mu'Ki.t. grower. Jout B. WiUon No scratches Mud will not stick. March 7, June 7, September 5, DeAids in studding. cember 'r. Horse Groomed in less than half the September li), December 1.0 Buroni). Ben F. Graves March D com20, June 2.'), September ber 21. HAisnoiti). A S. Anil Mnreh 5, June 4, September !5, December .'). 35 55 5 12 5S Spottsvillc Ilaskctt.s . . Reads 323 7 43 I5lnt . Henderson 73O . . Cyii 2 Ul?E3 13 TASTELESS i HI HaSal I.v. 7 20 a tn 55 P m IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY. i EsaBaS a Tli' 11. ,u. yz, wl in aj DT COINQ TO THE LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS. re von "an S i lcr ui.. us IV t ii n H r v (r n In the Ave. Theater Dulldlar , on 4th bet. Green k Walnut hite your dental work done txttrr and for lent mouer than Id yery ierator in tliit office i an riper! traduateof not ! tuan if r no tuJcnl) cajuble and wllUac to giir you anr advice r- aiti'icial twtU. We make e?erjr branch of drntlfttrr a ftiwdaltv. iral (ill atia, His., Not, 1C, HM. Purls Med Inrr , t I. l,Mi. (,enlln.in A t.rt - Inal year, nil hnttlea of , 'J t Illl I. TINIfonl lnr IBI.rOIIOM. In ii. tit Ihreo ur a rr djtlusrrir Innllnarei. rtr k bu.litu. uivo f 14 ) ira, m t ierfi'i.c-.trlKlettijlkaittau.b unlferautautLa ntrcratttl in ur as It uialnilf, 2buU .In .11, (Aim A Co. WARRANTED. PRJCic60ctS. alt ku. 1 or ap by Willinnis & Hell. '' I, ills Mont. time A tonic; harrales; removes stains. Keep hatt from fading. Expense but a trifle. HtF gallon cleans horse 120 times. By its use hotse has coat like velvet. Also used on cattle and dogs For milk cows it's especially valuable in fly time. Ask dealers for Honner'.s llor.se Cleaner. Will ship half callou on receipt (Mention tin, p'iper) Fatenttd TOLEDO SFECIAII'Y CO., Toledo, Ohio. 31 iy Use iiontier's Hoof Dressing and Darn off Dust. Constitution. Monthly Idlnjcund Ijy Dr. Milca' Pain Pills. Mr. Will Skillman has had the sore He ha-- , tried many eyes for years. doctors and reme ies, and has always failed to get rebel until we sold him a tube ol Sutherlard's Eagle Ee Salve, which cured him inside of one Dr. Hell's Fine Tar Honey week. Ris'y, sells well and cures M. Mr.VKR&Co , Hums, Ky. January 15, 1895. Sutherland's Eagle Eie Salve has done a great deal more for me than can be told by pen. W.H Skillman liuras, Ky. For sale by 'A, Wayre Griffin & Iiro., druggist, and Kenltow Ilros , Narrows, Ky. ft tit t i lolhsvelle dental parlors, .jth St., dreett Walnut. ' t Our ifown and bridge our natural teeth, and at .i m tci-tand put in new one i..u- ui mi can make appointments uti nit mii, i' .'tils,., at it. f ice'h fi r " i it rn rtibbor. $5.00. truarantrtNl to fit and aealntt brrakacra for firr year. A m ,rti ,iTy .rt, Ciold lilHni;$l W and np: 1'ure SlUpr flIHn(f, 7S.: all it NOTICE OUR PRICCO. al work, vr teeth without plale are a tirni. price lower than the lowrtt. :., and at name day. Teeth ntracted, l.y null. All rnnfulatlmi Iree. A Udy al- - fTPOI Iff mntitd I 8f w r !i ItVfctr lit) tlrlnrr I hrhlrlmiitf iiar'iiarrlnrt-- aiinrnt Lirina nrifls . c reduced L iniaiiMiii.'siiii A NititMrvtttkt. ttrtitkimi r lUMiituyt. lm ll'iitiu rimdilrtitlallr. PATIENTS Ii4clttr ajblitiilrjil ie Tlie.-itc- r liulldlnpf, bet. nnd T0 CVVIinD nri.t.r-,- ....( iurinn,iii UK. Oil! Ul.iaUrlMlllraJaaJ,MII lOllkllll. I t rami uiara aUilreta, rit. TREATED 1h'imiil curvu. DY MAIL aaltrs atainp, "Bread is ihc Staff of Life: IN EVERY CAN iLwxrrcooa mtFtronr Over-Prof- it Paying OF BALLARD'S OBELISK BAKINO POWDER WILL 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 LF.ADING GROCERIES. Stop ft Get our Great Catalogue and Buy crs (luldc. We'll send It tor IS cents In stamps to pay part postago or cxpressage. The 13ook a free, yoo Pages, 1200a illustrations, 40000 descriptions, everything that's used in life; tells you what you ought to pay, whether you buy of us or not. Onr profitfrommakcrtouser. Gettt. A NEW MONTE 0RIST0. He tion, tiied without lestilt evir thing else then bought one bottle nf Dr. Kintr's New Discuveiy and in tso wefj. w.3 imi-- iI lie is ii.itiirilly liieli thanVful. It w rii',,i (hut pmv tin these are nmplf woii'ieiful i'lfic.icy ol this 'iimIiciih- - in Couuhi. mid Cold-- i l:i''trnl bottles at Williams ft Hell's Din .Stoic JJ. V.. Has a Secret Gold Mine from Which He Scoops Millions. A strange but authentic story regarding a hidden gold mine, known only to tho Indians and 0110 white man, has been brought to light l.y tho attempt of a young man named T. G. Doners to commit suicido at Minneapolis, wliero ho had been arrested upon a ehargo of passing worthloss cheeks for largo amounts. Doners was at ono time a resident of tills city, and for somo tlmo had been visiting in Minneapolis. Ho beemed to havo plenty of money, and a few days ago Induced a hotel man there to cash a check for a largo amount by representing that tho paper had been drawn by his father, a squaw man, living near Port Arthur. When arrested tho young fellow was so heartbroken that ho tried to hang himself in tho pollco station, but was cut down by tho jailer lu tlmo to suvo his life. Doners then told a story so strange that tho authorities 'refused to bellevo it, and wrote here for confirmation. On investigation it Is found that young Donor Is a Monto Cristo, so fur us wealth goes, and has at his command, when iiv his own country, gold without end. When Donors and his father left h somo years ago thuy went to Rab , Portage, Manitoba, where tho father 'married an Indian woman, tho widow 'of an old chief, who was in posses-slo- n of all tho secrets of tho tribe. 'Sho confined to Mr, Doners and his 'son, the young man now In jail in 'Minneapolis, tho secret of a hidden gold mino in tho northern part of Minnesota, nnd from this mino the father and sou have taken an incredible amount of tho yellow motal. Its precise location tho owners will not 'disclose, but it is prosumed to bo bomowhere in tho region, whuro much Kngllsh capital is now invested. Both Mr. Donors nnd his son aro millionaires, nnd can commnnd from t'J.OOO.OOO to $10,000,000 in' cash at The elder Doners Is ono iliny time 'of tho best known nnd wealthiest of Port Arthur, and has been (offered as high as $1 000,000 to tho whereabout.', nf tliv.hju"n Du-lutdis-clos- o FENCE! FOR j A man WhrpayeOloBOo.arodtorrancawhenyoucanmakatno BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE ON EARTH Horae-IIIgh, ana from 40 to eo rods a day. Over SO styles. Illustrated catalogue Free. 30-p- ag 12 TO 20 CENTS A ROD? noy can make 11, .J'. ". s".,sm .f BulUStrons. PIS and Chicken Tight, te .no, iiuitfbrri, Ky. MONTaomnRY Originators iii-iiO rt the Mall Order Method Mlclilgar Avo , Chicago. ward & co. XmXmX) a Lawnnothlncrln If mmfij I theou have would beFence. a substitute world Ornamental EGGS AND POULTRY. Ship them to lis. We are In a position to make It decidedly to your Interest to do ao. We nauuie every tnina; raiseu on a arm on COtnralaaionl aolf vou haieanv Ihlnc to r.ll. avail vouraeir or onr services. We do an Immense business and liavc more buyers than other liouiei. Correspondence inrlted. Price currents mailed flee on application. HERNDOKCARTER CO. (incorp'd), The Leading Commission Merchants, 313-31- Wanted-An'la5- SS believe you have imule discover in a rough, cold, thro it ami lung lem-clthat the people ought to have. I icier to Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. I have thoroughly ttslid it mid know It cures its wonderful merits Any onewhoovir m wl a remedy be should never this kind without n bottle 01 Dr nell's Fine I Cunts: Sutherland Med I Co : psae asMaasai naai.su Sim wntetins letter heciine 1 for ourflno Ornomen- tal Fence. Iloautlful. Durable, Stronu, ond Cheap. Plain galvanized FENCE WirtC sold to Farmers at wnoieaaie pricea. circulars ana frico s.iei rree KITSELMAN BROTHERS, Box 02, Rldsovlllo. Indiana. M aw mny lirliiif you wealth. Protect your IJfat Wrlto JOHN WKUDGltllt'llN ft CO .Patent AttOf oeyi, WanlilnsUtti, Jj. C , for thrlr $I.hii iirlso offer ud lUC uf .wo tiUDOreJ liiTntuDa woutetl. ttr 0 - Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, p iaala imji sssaariaaieaaaajaaaaaajiasiajatasamasamasrssjssaijalarasaiiaa aassaiasaiaariassMaaaTmaMaaialaastl aaoaaaaT'BsMlBsairBSMssMSManaiaTi I $1.00 P0S fOTJfl Writ' PH0T08-BAPH- . M. A. Slra-mo- Fiidt, Tar Honey. Glass and Queenware, Faiitich.'ih. Ky. Jan, 15. 1895. For sale ny Z. Wayne Gnflin&Kro , druggist, and Kenfrow Ilros , Narrows, Ky, Ji;nnv M I'ohtgu ANTED SALESMEN Tho Icnlinu' Uepiihlicnn lumily newHiaperof tlio United Statea, will publish nil ilm puliiieal iiiuvm ul tlm day, inleiestin to nvery American cituen ol party iiililiitiinns. AIhipi'iihtuI nflw iu attractive Conn, loreign correspondence covering tlio ttoHsol tho world, an acricullural dejiitrtmcnt second to none in tho HAWKS NUUSKUV CO,. country, market reports which uro recognized authority, fuacliiutinp abort Rocinarmt, N Y. stories, coiupluto iu each number, tlio cream ot tho humorous papers, ioregti nnd domestio, witli their best comic picture, 'rifthinji plates and elabnrulode Bcriptiom ot women's attire, with n vnr'cil juid Attractive depurtment of CHilililiiK Ituli".. FOUL UllEATH. Tho "Now Ynr' buuIioM iiitorrKt. We will (.end Tins Ui'.i'Uiu.iCANnnt! C'OATB I) 'J'ONi-.- l 1! - I'AINS IV SlOS : I SDMI SlKlI'LIlBIt llLAUES. Vjljly Tiibuno" is an ideal Inmlly '.V' MOUAC'H J'i E AITEIt EATINO. TOIIPID I Wier of the following named p.ipert tlLlMM -I' IlINO EErOllBTIIE Fl.AIlUV.-A- 0L- O.' . IN ClIIIONIO MALAItlA. HlLK COMINO paper, with it circulation larger than Unit .t Vny other weekly pablication in LlVI.ltLESII tiOlf & IK & tho olfice d' h daily' Largo chunges are being for one year for the amount opposite 1'Pi.v Mol'iii NKitvof IIeaiiaciies. Mbmiiuv Clouded & Indistinct. Vin.d tho country issued from i'li.LS, r Cuitiso Constipation I'uodlxino it, Kidnev Diseases. made in its details, tending to pyo i,t urcitier lito nnd variety, and especially each name. Look over lite list nnd t'OLic. BELCH- - moro interest to tho women nnd 'yilurj; i)Vipln f t lio housohold. ULLVe.su 01 llLOODlNllEAI), XUM11NESS OP HANDS, AltMS & FEET. whnt you need nnd (jive us n rail: two up (Jas. Hi.oativo op Stomach aitcu Food is Taken. IitnEOULAit Aite-- r A SI'KUiAIi CONTRACT ebulies u m ilcr tliis splondid iiiuriibl und n:. Ili.iiiTuuuv. Dimnesi oir Vision. Duziness upon Suddenly Oettinq THE HEPUHMOAN for Daily nnd Sun. Courierjourn.il sJS as Dispondenov op I'iieonant Women. Nausea if, Shu ocatino Slnsations d 25 " without Stitulny " Htoun oit After Hatino. VEitTiao. Yellow Jaundice. DEriciENor op y l"ilolieI)emncr.it I 75 I'l.iufiuA'i ion. Female Complaints. Had Colds. Hackaches so Common to Flau'lencv. Loss op Appetite. Pains & Aches in Joints. Weekly CourieiIournnl . . 75 Mnnii.i.s. ri:u.LV 1'r.BMvoi Downiiir IIaci;. Linn Feel too Heavv. Champ Colic Louiiiville Commerchl . , a5 .t'V Ditv co Ha'mh. Bilious Fkveus. I'aleness. Weakness. Thinness. (Tliu regular subecription j.rico ot the two papers is 82,20) ?J. V. Tribune 25 )j sitsru'iov op Food, Sldden Flushes op Heat. GeneiialDewlitv. Fiiet- .i.nisjo"Ti.etiiN(Ciiildiii;.v. DvjfEPsiA. Neuvous Dephessio.v opTiiied Hubscriptiuns tosy begiu at any time. N.Y. World thrireavcek . 165 Won i. i r.NPi.i'm.vrlJUE.VMs. Spittinq Diau-j,.hiip op Food Afteh Eatino, Stom-a- Atblrefs ull t rders to the . Ocenn . ChicnRO Inter 40 iM'uir.'iiia.r, rtv llEMOvisri tub Cai ?k. Gnawino Sensations in I'iipm s 'i Immc HiNiis Uniuu this Kves- .- Tii vt Uestless "Out op ii , , . Home iSc Farm 135 ' ir mik ash Kot Well Fi.lli.no, so Common with Oveimvohked We would be (jlad to send you nny Hoirn." 1 1 1 to sell choice line of Xurtery. Liberal Salary or Cnmmi'sinn paid weekly. Permanent nnd Paying positions to good men. fixcial induce Exclusive terrimentd to beginners. Write tit oiico tory given it desired. H.'i 4111 for terms lo Liver Mvdlelue." Sco.d. Stiito dlwansi you liao known it to euro nnd glvo tho names of Ihoso otircil by it Tiiiiiu. tilvo rour opinion r.i to tho ilHTcrcnro between its strenelh nnd ncllou, and tho bt length mid action of tlio "Liter Itejruhitor" mado by J, II. Zeilin :Co., itiiil tliu "llbiel; lliain;lit" ihiulo ht CliatLiiiooga Medlclno Co ; both of which ham rold to at 0 or 7 tvi.ts per p.uk:ige, nut, and should retail at If fnnsi.min 1110 nut impo-tenot oviT HI or l'J njinn, whllo our Original lio sold at, less than .'3 tents jicr pickngo, lis wo liivo too much irtlclu cauiiot for liiuiiiiii llfo lo iincV.ipd"Uj:$ lu t.ny uf our medicines. Tho reason is plain; Zellln 1, Co. uud Hid old proprietor. of Ul.ick Draught" wcro both enjoined !roiu tliicchlnj; tho j iiillo by italiij,' tho winds coiiitltutlnu; our tndo iiamoj there. Idle, o ik (rtl that hiimnile.ilpr (not Knowlii"" nrnp'!" odl don't wll you somo ehtap p ick.ii,'i 'it a imitit of iluOoHOO per wnt ln.icud of imrfiunuiua "Dr. M. A. wlileltyou bo stno to specify, and tako lo other, as flniniousLltir thiTo iiotlilni; t No lil.u It. On ret dpi of your letter ihotorapIi, wi will mall you ftco of ( harsti', 11 1 u'J iiackii,'o Liver Medlclno, or on c elpt of letter Ithoul iihotogrnpli, wo w 111 nnll you n cent jru hago, fico. Hl-tho tdlnn'iiu, canned by Indispositions of tho l'Mnryi,, Liver, Stomach, and Jtowds, uhlcliDr. L A.hlmmons Liver Med id nu haj luu.riably cured slnco JblO, I'ali'i r.iTiov op tub Hcakt. Duowsisi.sa. Ikkitauili , fiii'ij Hi: iuniK. ti'. I.Ni)isi.srio:i. Coi.i) Fi.r.r. 1'nlai!Oi:su:nt of Livk.ii & Si'tKES. (ie.nkuai, Lassitu'he. Dlllness. Heaviness. Low iiviitm. -- Soi 11 HroMAtii llvi) Tasik in Mouth. Constipated How-i:i.- s Tiici) I'l.'ii.i -- ks.:iNi' Kilb Yellow Hili n sness. .Los op Stkenoth & Flesh. s 111 4r!i)ttii'(,ovurIiii: thuMi tliiio julat-- . ''.alii how lor jou l;a'j k.vii, or tisitl, or sold "Dr. .a. 5 ie ame ot the Next EN OF THE am LOUISVILLE, KY m. THE QUICKEST LINE OCTWCCN Will lio Announced in a ilESTlt 4 a 4 4 4 ai ft 11 Of Novnrnbor4, 1806. ilSVILLEpinPHlS ' J - t r ' Direct Connections for CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. for l'ulilio iutereoc will ntumlily increase, unci tbo disappointment ol the Direct Connections men uIiuih Villus turiiuiiiiio Hcnlcsat tlio last election, with tho results under all Points In tho adininielrntio'i iliey olected, will mako tho campaign tho most extensely Mississippi, Louisiana, in ilin liitorv of tlio country. excitinir THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Texas, Arkansas, Atexlco, Oklahoma, and California. l' 1 FAST TIMG LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Sleep-f.r.ss.si- a. Write for Information to the titnrut agent ol the Cheiapeake, Ohio A Southwestern It. H. JOHN ECHOLS, 1 Gcn'lMangr. LOUISVILLE. S.O. HATCH, Ucn'l Iaas. A(t, KV. fc -- OPI rasa ... m iHCAllvtaNTa h a 1 ticinl-Weekle- OME YEAR MABIVO. OAmrbBb 1 ;i 1 IlxVllTFORO REPUBLICAN. To Drove (hat , hit. a nattil... m. harmless and certain cure for ti ( Opium and Morphia Hsblt., ewlll i) aenu n irec aarapi. trial talui!c of r.i nomsaottoanyo ten ieillviltlrinE V'i tobacureit, VrUrreaniui " a. MiltUll i tial, Aiareasuui.uiirisi'rcinccu., 8 .W.Cor.Raccanitli, Clii.lmiitLO. li. aar. fr.T.w);RH''.'.,v.Twjvn, " t J mviis:,u.'..':ywjr papers. This subscribers nnd old ones who pay one yenr in advance of the above nniued Irl'.l r.SI'rmi.I'Dl'II SVOI'LI' oflfer Is good for new ILil I PWlHKitlll.lllLirATI.DMOTIIEItSANDFATHEItS&I'ALBAND LIU N, IIV 1'LltFECTLV ItEOI LATINO TUB ACTION OP TIIE KlD.NElS, UVEIi,.' OMM I '"IIOWEIA SO THATALI. FOOD TAKEN IS NATUIIALLV ASSIMILATED, 0, r, SIMMONS MEDICINE CO,,4 Props,, ST, LOUIS, MO, Write your name nnd uddress on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. lies Hooiu 2, Tribune Jluildlofr. New a York City, and sample copy olTUK NUW VOKK WRI5KLY TRIDUNI will be mailed to you. I wHr erery man and uomtn lo tho United Status Interested in tbo Opium anil Wbukr habits to ham ono of hit books on tbesa ilia, A'Mr." 11. M. Voollr. .Ulanta, Ua., SSI, and one will I ieut yoa tree. "'j