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Bomtt. ui Of THE PARTY lii I3Z FQURTII CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. nu toiitooirrtt. F. W. FLOYD & CO., wninoaoRO, kt. VOL. VIII. 2zlv HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1896. distribute them along the proposed Highest of all in Leavening Power. route. Since writing the nhove, we arc Informed that itlsnlrciidy contemplated to build nn elcctriccar line from Hartford to Braver Dam, which would lesany rnutpany exsen the pxtien-r.n- f tending thrir ro.i I to the last men-tionr- NO. 40. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE DEST SPRING MEDICINE IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don'f forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluRclsli Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other and ills which shatter the constitution 1 'reck Don't forget the word health. Regulator. It is Simmons liver REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other And, besides this, SlMMONi remedies. 1 IVLR REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. TOR TUB BLOOD. take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood Try it and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED Z the difference. You wont find It on 011 every package. any other medicine, and there Is no othe. Liver remedy like SIMMONS 1.1VLR REGULATOR the Klngof Liver Remedies. Be sure you get it. .T. II. Zcllln V!r Co., rilllailolpllljl. 1'n. Tor pearly win suIm nTuJi - JoJ raLuT aUBbn cjV rJiJ J iVj hIm Vm' ntaW rat i V llfrfi HV H MR w VA KfTi IJFJA If v1l SI' HELD rvjiuiui umaum SOBGJHrlH TDE3CE3 333-.15- . RP3 iifX tl JELJhSVTi: 0 P (J 0 " I) , e4 r fa H point If the Hartford syndicate would build their power house at Beaver Bam, it would probably save the expense of the HowliiigGrcenand Beaver Dam sydicate from erecting nn extra plant. This subject is introduced for the serious consideration of all parties concerned, and it Is earnestly hoped that due nnd prompt attention aud consideration be given to the matter aud a reportof theinvcstlgation made as early as possible. This article is respectfully submitted to nil persons interested in nuch enterprise in general, and especially to those two wide awake hustling enterprisers, Colonels W. R. Vaughu nnd M. II. Crump. 2S53 Powder i&B&OWTE&Y PURE "DEADHEADING" On the Railroads, and Baking Some Remarks by one Who Knows. Good Places to Ride for You are behind the wheels audit would take a mighty sharp eye to I don't find you it you keep stitl. mind telling yon that's how wc came over here last night on No. 8. "I figured up yesterday in Memphis and since we started for 'Frisco a year ago we have been in every the ImpecuniousTouris'tand the Best and Quickest Ways. if you - w 3 100 3Poir o:nt. tiio 2a:irii3.caLs03Q3.es"t- - VVilTJH FOJl CATALOG V- K- rima, kV ci &s&M Sold by authorized .dealers or direct from THEEEfl.BELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, Bell's Pine T,ir Hon-e- y for sale at the Store of Messrs. Gann, Burnett & Co's, Grantsburg, 111., and meeting many commendations from diflerent persons of its wonderful merits, I thought I would try a bottle. I have been seriously eflected lor 25 years with a cough and pains in my side and breast that were causing me a miserable life. I spent bun dieds of dollars with doctors and for medicines, but everything failed until I tried this wonderful remedy. It beats the world and saved my Hie. I recommend Dr.Bell's Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungs. It is a great success. J. B. Rosixl, Grantsburg 111. May2o,iSo5. For sale by Z WayneGriffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., NarI of Dr. heard MA.vrTo.NTAitrour,iii:.vii. A little group of veteran railroaders stood around the crossing watchman's shanty out at the C, 0. & S. W. shops. They were the switching force in the yards here, and as they loitered away the lew last minutes before the night men went to work, tlieygot to telling stories. The talk gradually drifted around to "deadheading" nnd from that into n discussion over the titled Frenchman who is making a tour of the world without money and, supposedly, "incog." First one then another had his say " a until finally and switchman out of work who had just hit the town looking for "an office" took a turn. He said: "I've traveled more within the last two years than that Frenchman will it he completes his trip, and I started without a cent and didn't have the "old-timer- state and territoryofthis country and have traveled over 50,000 miles.", "How do you live on a trip of that kind?"ask an outsider who was listening to the story. "You don't live partner. You are iu big luck to exist and keep out of jail. Sometimes the boys arc good and 'throw a meal into you' but it they don't you have to hustle a little job of some kind or 'hit a back door' for a 'lump.' It sounds tough but I've have had it to do good and plenty in the past year. I tell you if I ever find another job I'm going to 'sink my dough,' and when I get enough ahead I'll get me a little piece of land. Railroading is getting to be too much of a 'hot foot' job for me." The engineer backed out of the the 'night gang' round housc-anwent to work, while the two 'tourists' went oil with a sympathetic switch to supper. Paducah Standard. d PROFESSIONAL CARD. OWENSBORO, KY. Will practico his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties, Special atOffice, tention given to collections. Bank of Commerce Building. JllK.N. (llFIIII, LAWYER, LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderson's BazflAr.) .f.H.lt. Vtrilillnir, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. CTarcies --eX.Sreiltli, JTTOBIY IIAItTFOltl), T KY. AW rows, Ky. A C'lmurp for nn I.xprrlincnt. Have plants intelligence? Do they think? These nrequestions that would have to be answered by the statement of an obseiver of the ways of pumpSays he: "Plants kins and melons. often exhibit something very much like intelligence. If a bucket of water, during a dry season, be placed a few inches from a pumpkin of melon vine the latter will turn from its course, and iu a day or two will get one of its leaves in the water." We do not vouch for the truth of this, but if there be any young gard-ner- s nmong our readers it might make an interesting experiment for them next summer when they are pushing their avocation. From Harper's round table. S" "IVS Hndrson,Kyi usish E now to 1 IXlll'l Mll 'lolMK-i'U- . uiii: Yornsnt.r whim: severe n shock to tho system, as tobac co to an invcternto user becomes a (.tiinuluut that his system continunlly is a scientific craves. "Uaco-CurCoated Tongue Sallow cure for the tocacco habit, in all its Complexion Yellow forms, carefully compounded after tho formula of an eminent Berlin pliysi-ciaii- 3 TRY who lias Urol it in his pnvato practico since 1872, without a tailutc. Brown's Iron Bitters It is purely vegetable and guaranteed rieasant to take Vou can use perfectly harmbess. KlTccthe. all the tobacco you want while taking "Haeo-C'iiro- ." It will notify you meney Purcftxt GUARANTEE. rttmaea houU Ujtims's Ikon when to stop. Wo give ft written litcttwl, fail to taken benefit any pet son uitTtrinc from guarantee to cure permanently any Dyipepftiit, Malaru, lull ami cjo witli three boxes, or refund tho leer. kidney ami Infirmitlri, Im icr Trcubtrs, rillouhtirts, Female 'money with 10 per cent, interest. pure Hlocui, WfJiViiCft. Ntrtous "Haco-Curo- " is not u substitute, but Trouble! , llraiUcliuur Neuralgia. a tcientilic euro, that cures without tho aid of will power aud with no inconvenience. It leaves the sjstem as pur and lreo from nicotino as tho day you took vour first chew or smoke and gamed Cured lly Baco-Uur- o Thirty pounds. Fiom hundreds of testimonial", the originals ot which are on hlo and open toinspictiou, the following is prcseuU Mori than half III Helms of consumpcd. tion A not know thtjr it. Here is a list Clayton, NovadaCo.,Ark.,Jan.'28,,!)5. of symptoms by wliL-l- i consumption can certainly be detected J'ureka Cliemical it Mfg., Co., La Cough, one or bo slight elTor's oi Crosco, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty rising, occurring during the day and frecnfn I iiBcd tobacco in all its forms. quently during the night. For twontyfivo years of that time I Stort brtatbmz after exertion. was a great euflerer front general deTighlntssof III tbtst. bility and heart diseae. For fifteen Qiiiek puis, especially noticeable In the e ening and after a full meal. years 1 tried to quit, but couldn't. I l Cbillwiss in the eening, followed by took various remedies, among others Slight fretr. "Tho Indian Tobacco Ptrspxnlion toward morning and Antidote." Double Chlorideof Gold." Vali fact and ijnguiJ in the motninj. Lots of utility. etc., etc., but none of them did me the If you have these symrtoms, or any of least bit of good. Finally, however, them, do not delay. There are many I purchased n box of your "lhreo preparations which "claim to be cures, but Cnro" and it has entirely cured mo of Dr. Xitrr't Cisiiib KimtAyfor Consumption tho habit in all its forme, ami I havo lias the highest endorsements, and has incicased thirty pounds iu weight and stood the test of years. It will arrest consumption In its earlier stages, and drive am relieved from nil tho numerous away the symptoms named. It Is manuaches and pnns of body and mind. I factured by the Aiker Medicine Co, 16 could write a quire of paper upon my and 18 Chambers St , New York, and soU by all reputable druggists. j changed feelings and conditions. Yours respectfully, P. II. Mauhuky. Pastor C. P. Bliurch, Clayton, Ark. DESTIN QUALMY. iST IN QUANTITY. Sold by all druggist (it 81.00 per box; threo boxes, (thirty Jays' treatwritton ment), ?2 50 with iron-clguarantee, or scut direct upon receipt of price. Writo for booklet nnd nug. proots, i!.ureKa Liiemicai WHITE'S SREflH Co., La Crosse, Wis., and Boston, 37-- C Mas). mo. o" ation. C 1 Liver Troubles. Tho tobacco habit growa on a man until his nervous system is seriously ullected, iniparin;- - health, comfort and happiness. To iiuit suddenly is too it. m to us. i!MJ!i. An Enterprise of Incal- culable Benefit Bowling Groon'to be Connected with Hartford by Electricity. NEW ELECTRIC CAR LINE. Danger Signal hu s . "Xo-To-lkc- ." ad VERMIFUGE FOR CO YCARS Hno lod all WORM Romodloa. I CUAnTu.Q, EVERY BOTTLE HOM 11 V ALT, IIKUOUISTM. lr.a..il lir mcmnnsni m.riiiiM.t(i.. ST. ions. fAjmorlcan Stoam LauntlrW PitiNCino.v, Does tho finest Kv Whenever n druggist tells yw he has souH'thingjustasgood lor coughs, grip, etc., as Dr. Hell's PineTarllons ey don't you believe it, for we guars ante that it is not true. Wc make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The K. li. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. For sale byZ. Wayne Grlffln &Bro., druggist, and Ken (row Pros. Narrows. Ky. All work of nny Tho Kentucky. Goods work in nil guaranteed. arc not torn up, liutnro return laundry 111 cd in good condition. Laundry Slnppod cm Monday, roturnod on Friday. ,T. Haktmui), Ky. . IH'ihy liity Cheap excur Louisville, May 6th. sion Kates via the C, O. & S. W. R. R. In order to aflord the patrons of vl - liatiUlicdby t)r."nilc' Talii rilti Agt. in Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and LaGrippe when Laxatint Hromo cjuiWNis will cure you in one dny. Does not produce the ringing in the head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put up In tablets convenient for taking. Guaranteed to cure, or money refunded. Price, 25 Cents. For sale by Williams & Pell. Hartford; K V. Willioms.Henver Dam; A. S, Anil, Sulphur Springs; Brown & Chapman, Centertown; Co., Kockpott. K. R. He Kakl Taylor, this line an oppottuntylo witness the great Kentucky Derby to be run at Louisville May fith, ticket will be sold from all our stations at less than half rate. In addition to the cheap ralhoad to the fare a tloket of admission Grand Stand to see the races will be furnished each passenger, Tickets will be good for return on evening trains of May Gth and morning train of May 7th. For full patticulars see the nearest ticket agent of the C.,0. & S W.R.R. S. II. IIATCII.G. P, A, Tho liiral rmiiicfn. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chi-.- ' cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's The Third District Republican says: New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea Our attention has been called to a for Coughs, Colds and Lnng Comnew scheme, of an enterprise that plaints, having used it in my family interest to for the last five years, to the excluwill be of an incalculable Rowling Grten, nnd one which should sion of physician's prescriptious or be well looked into bysonie syndicate other preparations." which has capital to invest that would Rev. John Burgur, Keokuk, Iowa, pay them a handsome profit oji the writes: "I have been a Minister of investment. the Methodist Episcopal Church for We refer to the building of an elec- 50 years or more, and have never tric car line from Bowling to Beaver found anything so beneficial, or that Dam, in Ohio county, on the Chesa- gave me such speedy relief as Dr. peake, Ohio & Southwestern Rail- King's New Discovery." Try this n road, via the thriving towns of Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial and Cromwell, over the old Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's survey mae by Col. Fitch lor the Drug Store. Henderson State Line, which runs They All I.ilie Trunk. within n few yards of the tamous Ilopklusville Banner says:We have Mines, nnd could hanAberdeen Coal interviewed a number the Asylum dle the great amount of coal from patients and most all the employees, these mines. and not one did we find who was not Such n line would ha7e all the adwell pleased with young Dr. Stanley. That They speak nothing but kind words vantages of a steam car line this could be made a paying enter- for Stanley and Dr. Cordlander. prise is attested by the fact that the Be sure to get Simmons Liver RegHenderson State Line would have been built had the promoters not sold ulator lot your Spring Medicine. It's the old reliable that did the old folks out to other competing Hues. Through the country which this so much good. Don't let anyone line would run is extremely rich in persuade you to take anything else inundeveloped resources, such as coal, stead. You can always tell Simmons Liver Regulator by the Red 7, on the iron, timber, etc. While the cost of building the line package. Don't forget the word Regmight be as much as that of the steam ulator Simmons Liver Regulator line, the operation of an electric liue better than anything else, and sure to do you good. would cost considerable less. necesary to establish a 8I.10 no in tJuiil Ultcii It would be power house every ten miles, but IOR srtI.U.NH "STOR.V 01' StWIN AND CUDA." when the road is completed, and all the necessary plants are located, and The International News & Book built upon a permanent basis, the in- Co., Baltimore, Md., oQcr $150.00 to vestment on the output would pay a anyone selling In three months 175 handsome interest on the outlay from copies of their new book, "Story of the start, and afford facilities for the Spain and Cuba." Premiums nnd transpoitation of freight and passencommission giveti for nny liberal gers over a section of country that is quantity sold. Tills is one of the in need of such an, enter- greatest selling books out. Many prise that would be liberally patron- agents moke from $5 to $10 a day. A ized from the beginning. graphic account of the present war The distance irom Bowling Green and the strugge for liberty is given, to Morgantown is about thirty miles, 100 beautllul Illustrations, 500 pages nnd from Morgantown to Beaver Dam Freight paid and credit given, soct; eighteen miles further making a total outfit free if 10 cents is sent for post t miles, and the age. Write them immediately. distauce of 39 4 line could be extended four miles further to Hartford, Ohio county, nnd This testimonial is unsolicited aud My thus open up a country that would for the benefit of humanity, pour untold wealth into the lap of the daughter has been subject to severe taken Park City. Such line would not an- colds nnd croup and often night. with Dr. violent coughing spells at tagonize any steam line already es- Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only tablished or proposed through a coun- preparation I have foil 11 that will retry in the vicinity of the proposed lieve her. I think it is as necessary as a Hie preserver route, but would become a valuable in the house-hol- d Kes'y, on a steamboat, feeder to the Louisville & Nashville B. L. Ji'.ssia, Jan. 18.1895. nnd Bowling Green & Northern Rail 202 W.ilndgeSt., Louisville, Ky. roads. For sale by Z. Wayne Grifiin&Bro,, diuggist, nnd Renfrow Bros,, NarIt we mistake not the right of way rows, Ky. over the old Henderson survey has already been granted, and it may We will furnish you the Daily and safely be said would be guaranteed. Sunday Courier-Journand Tim Besides this, the farmers along said for one year for $8 25 line, we are reliably informed have Ileailttthfi and Xturitluln cured by Dr. agreed to furnish therallroad"tles,atid advantages of educational gift of lecturing he has. "Why, the trip I'm on now, the same old thiug since '95 will, in the way of miles traveled cover twice the distance he will have to make. "My partner and I Tumped out of Chicago in August of '94 on the 'hog train' proper. Didn't have a cent and but mighty few clothes. We went to New York and got a chance to watch cattle on one of the cattle boats nnd We in that way made Liverpool. thought the devilish 'blacklist' had fixed us for working in this country and wc thought we'd try the old world. . now-greatl- forty-eigh- 11 "When we got over there we found that traveling was easy on the railroads and as we had a Httlenioney we decided to see some of thecountry before we came back. Wc went clear across continental Europe and Asia, and finally landed in Gokohama without a cent. We struck luck again though and got a chance passing coal on the Empress of China, one ot the Pacific company's steamers and lauded in Sau Francisco with u few dimes in our pocket. "We landed in 'Frisco a year ago this month, and have been on the go ever since. We've gridironed this country in all directions looking for a job but its no use, and its getting mighty hard traveliug now. You hit a conducter for a ride on and old letter or card now and he'll give you a look that has icicles all over it. The eastern roads are nearly all good to get over, but west ot the Missis sippi they are a dead tough game. "Why, coming back from California this last time we didn't ride a mile like a white man ought to. We could catch a "side door Pullman" (box car) once in a while but most ot the trip was made either on top of a passenger train or on the trucks of rods below. I'm not much stuck on riding trucks. Its liable to induce nervous prostratiou but if I can't get over a road any other way I can do it. 'HIow do you ride the top of a paa -senger train?" he was asked. "That's an easy job," he replied. "Just watch your chance when the porter is not looking and you can slip upon the platlorm between some of the rear cars. Stand upon the brake wheel and you can reach the top of the cars, and if you have strength enough you can easily swing yourself up on top. Once up there you have to lay down, else the cinders would cut your face and Stands to pieces, bnt if you keep quiet you can get over a lot of ground between sunset nnd sunrise. "For truck riding you want a little board a foot long and six or eight Inches wide, two cleats nailed on one side. Get up toward the head end of the train if you ate too far back the dust and gravel make it uncomfortableand ns they start to pull up grade a truss rod with one hand and the corner of the truck with the other and slide lu on the brake beam, feet Will practico his profession in Ohio m and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. Thk Best Salve in the world for collections. Office east side of puHit Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt square. Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-Pe- d Shelby Taylor. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all M. L. Heavkin. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacuion or motey refunded. Price 25 cents per HARTFORD, KY. box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Will practice thier profession in all Bell. tf the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Cpurt of ApTo Our l'lilrons. peals. Special attention given to When you want to buy anything collections. Office, next door to look over the advertisements in our Bank of Hartford. paper, call on them, tell them you saw their advertisement in this paper. Perry Westerfield, If you cannot do well as elsewhere, do not buy, but give our advertisers Beaver Dam, Ky. the preference. By so doing you can help your paper and at the same time R. E. WEDDING ' benefit yourselves. Hartford, Ky. The theory in the treatment of Will practice his profession in nil coughs, lung and bronchial nfiections has been advanced by the manufactures tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining Also Notary Public. of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a counties. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. truly a wonderful remedy. All deal-er- s sell it on a positive guarantee. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Nar- Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. Attorney at Law, rows, Ky. W. nrBARNES Hartford, Ky. Remember Bulllngton's tonsorial parlor when you want a good shave. m m IfflORM IT Lfflj WILL practice his profeseion in all courts of Ohio nnd adjoining ing and stinging;most at nightjworse counties and Court of Appeals. Specby scratching. If allowed to continue ial attention given, to collections. Office next door below Commeri tumors form, which olten bleed and ulcerate, becoming verysore. Swane's cial Hotel., Ointment stops tlieitching nnd bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most :B.A.:R2sr:Ea:ii cases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in all th Au InU'reitliiB Umiir. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. A new game called "Editor's DeCareful attention will bo given to al light" is played in this way: Take business entrusted to his care. Col a sheet of ordinary writing paper, and lectious a specialty. Office over Ohio sign your name and.sddress plainly; County Bank. Also Notary Public. fold it carefully around a bank note E5- and put it into an envelop. Seal en(Cbinity l(forney) velope and address it to the editor, put a stamp on and mail it. Then HARTFORD, KY. keep nn eye on the editor nnd if a Will practico his profession iu the smile adorns his face the game works comilike a charm. Now is a good time to Courts of Ohio and adjoining to colties. Special attention given play the trick. We go to the lections. Office in Courtljouso. Ex. three times a day. PHchI I'llral Itching; I'll on. Symptoms Moisture; intense itch- 3c. Attorney at a. Law', 3E. JXTESlIj, Attorney at JC&w, post-offic- e E. W. Baghy, a prominent lawyet of Paducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's HARTFORD, KY. Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whooping cough when all things else attention given to new remedy for coughs. SPECIAL making nbstracts, &c, failed. It's a all dealers. For sale also Notary Public for Ohio County. Guarantee by by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist Office North side of public spure. nnd Renfrow Bros., Narrowsf Ky, Attorney at Law R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, JNO. B. WILSON, The way to get rich is to trust nobody, befriend none, get all you can, save all you can, keep all you get, stint yourself and everything that belongs to you, be a friend to no man and have no friend of yours, heap up interest cent upon cent, to be mean, miserable and despised for some HAitrroist), Ky. Will practico his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly atOfiico with T. J. Smith tended to. & Co., Market Street. Attorney at Iaw twenty or thirty years and riches will come to you as sure as disease, disappointment and death, and when pretty near enough wealth has been accumulated by n disregard of the charities of the human heart and at the expense of every enjoyment, death will finish the work, and the body Is buried, the heirsdauce and fight over what you have left and the spitit will go where? By nil means get rich Tell City It will pay the devil Journal , r.. fi. Office umaer IND. SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, IiVANSVILLE, 4i6Upp. Firnt st. J. as if, R. PIRTLE s$y8.Vsjr lis is Children Cry for Pitohor's Castorla. m McClure's Magazine for May will first. have an article by the eminent sur"Reaching from front to rear of the geon, Dr. W. W. Keen, indicating truckis a heavy iron rod connecting the uses already possible, as well as the break beam; put your 'ticket' (the those likely to become possible soon, little board) on this, get your back of the Rontgen rays in the study and against the center beam of the truck cure of human deformities, Injuries and your feet on the back brake beam and diseases. The article will be fuland you can ride almoit ns comforta- ly illustrated from photographs taken bly as you could 'upstairs,' In n seat. by the new process. in a DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any nnd nil kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most Office over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalised air or laughing nir administered for rmltilebs extraction of teeth' ssz gt mvmsix a Tarsaasxis Timor. Pallium, of Drccklnridgo Republicans of this Stato should view IT'S DOLLAHS TO CENTS county, who lias been iu tlio penitent with contempt that Republican who Thnt you part with your money tinry for several years, having been kicks becauso he failed to get an of- Is with some reluctance. After getting gout up for killing n mini hy the niiiuo fice. Kentucky it not so strongly Tho Iron grasp of scrofula linn no in money the difficulty Is to keep it. of Miller, linn been p.tnlonoil by tlio Hcpuhlirati that tlio Democrats can nicrey upon lt.s victim. This demon Ilsn't It true thnt you nre constantly (lovvrnur. d with of tho blood Ik often not not carry it. running dreadful sore, but racks the tempted to prut with it. If you ask Indeed if there he any strife among body with the pattis of iheumatlsui W'n desire to call tlio attention of uslfwc arc putting temptation in Republicans, the Democrats will car- Death of Mrs. Sholton nnd until Hood's Sai'saparllla (Mires. Ofhor Itoms. your way, there's nothing left or us our readers to tlienrtic'eon firnt page ry Stale. They cannot do it howev"Nearly tour years ago I become afbut to own up, Unit's just what we in regard to tlio proposed inilnmd er, unless wu furnish them n'club flicted with ecrofula and rheumatism. HAnniNsmmo, April 29. arc doing. You know it may easily from Howling Grecu to Heaver Dam with which to maul our own heads. be as foolish to keep money as It and to connect with Hartford by Sknatok Tillman: United States It, therefore behooves every Republic Senator Benjamin Tillman spoke at sometimes is to part with it. Never short line. an in tlio Stato to lay ajidoall person- Owensboro, oil Wednesday niter-nooresist temptation when It comes In Tut: special election in this, tlio al feeling, and begin to prepare for April u. Snintnr Tillman Running pores broko out ou my thighs. the tempting form of our immense achieved notoriety In n speech recens Pieces of bono caino, out And an operation Bargains purchased for spot cash. Seventh Senatorial District, on tlio the coming campaign. In unity there is strength, and it tly delivered in the Senate, In which was contemplated. I had rheumatism In Printing prices in an advertisement 21st, tilt., resulted In tlio re election my lrgs, drawn lip out of shape. I lost apconveys btit an indistinct idea of the of Senator A. D. .Tallica hy 99!) ma will require an unbroken nnd solid he abused the Democratic administrn-tuipetite, could not sleep. I was a perfect In general nnd Mestis. Cleveland qualities you are to receive for those jority. 01 thio number Muhlenberg front before the enemy, if wo would ' wreck. I continued to grow worse, and At present some Repub- and Carlisle in piitlcul.tr. In that finally gavo up tho doctor's treatment to prices. furnished .'182; Butler, Mil, mid O.'iii sneered. Nothing flows so lrcely from the There- was uot halt of tlio licans iu the Secuml Congressional speech he thoroughly demonstrated facile pen of some advertisers as false- votes in tlio district polled. district, teem disposed to foment that he Is n consummate blathcr-sklte- , hoods. It is just as easy to write n strife in their own ranks. Their He has however, won the administraWhen it moved thnt our lAirnil e stood moving belter than tlio avbig lie or a little one as to tell the It seems that Democrats up Ht reason for It can ho scon by out- tive of Populist and'free silver Democrats, nnd was therefore greeted by a tako Hood's Bnriuiparllln.. Boon nppetlto eragewhich simply means that our I'm nl turn is above the average, and truth. To write "Reduced from $2 Ilodgcnsville arc trying to persuade siders. Wo would respectfully subol Furniture aver-age- s to $l" is no more labor than to ivrite themselves that Hon. John W, Lewis mit to Republicans of the Second dis- large crowd ol the people. His speech came back; tho sores commenced to heal. that means a good ileal too, nowadays when thu quality bettor. My limbs straightened out and I threw "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but In can bo beaten iu November. They trict, that the interest of the party at Owensboro was well recclvsd liuying Kurnituie do one or two things before you buy anything, by the free silverites and their good away my crutches. I sin now stout and Mnk.- hi the minds of some merchants is may conviuco themselves of this fact, would - up your mind how much vou want to spend and ceo what wo can give hearty and am farming, whereas four subserved be best by years ago I was n cripple. I gladly recopinion of Tillman was btightencd. effective. In many but when the vote shall have been deemed more oti fur that amount, or else make up your mind what grade of Furnitiiro a cessation of any strife within party Among ommend Hood's Harsaparllla." UnuAN Always the lowest ou his heaters however, were a Hammond, Tablo Drove, Illinois. instances the phrases "Marked counted, they will have found that you want nnd compare our price with that id others. This applies to Republicans lines. Kt Ann Street, stayllitwuimiwil In '.'.'ll-'JIconsiderable number of reasonable tame guide of l'tiiiiiltin-Down!" "Reduced to," "Worth so tboy wero merely whistling to keep throughout the State as well as to Re men nnd good citizens. To them his M 12t Owensboro, Ky. are meaningless expressions up their courage. and so." publicans in tlio Second district. We speech was a dismal ftiilure. They when "Sifted Down." Quoting an Hon. John G. Carlisle has certain- can assure all Republicans in the went expecting to hear some sent-- 1 article as being reduced from a cerfueces-o- r to Martin fc .Smith. State that there will be no fool con- blHiicc of an argument, at least, but tain high price to a specified low ly lost strength since his announcein this they were disappointed. Mr. price is no evidence of worth unless ment for President. He cannot car duct upon the part of the Republicans iu tlio Fourth Congressional disTillman's efforts according to their IsthoOncTruellliKKll'iirinor. AtlilniRtfNK (I. there be intrinsic value in the article. ry hid own State. The Democratic Pri'iurrdonty by C. 1. looil & Co , Uraell, Mats. Good quality and low price must be convention will be iu the hand of the trict. In this district wo propose to teport was a scattering, splattering, to liter harangue The speech oltlie Senator nOOUit S FlllS cure easy to UN, '.iysio. linked together in order to produce a free silveritej. Mr. C.irlislo will, af light Democrats only. They are our dihtuU). take. When lion. John W. was a glittetltig .success ill one paitic bargain. It is an easy matter to men- ter the convention, be in the same enemies. Ill.Tllt.l. tion prices, but a very difficult thing position in which he now U, viz.: Lewis begins his campaign he will ular. It helped the Republican putv Tlte people ot tin sc.'ti.m arc wishwondertully. He assisttd materially ing tor to describe qualities the latter must "In the hands of his friends, ' find a solid party at his back, to cartain. be seen to be correctly judged. If an Therefore, lct in widening the breach between the ry him to victory. The prospects fot tobic:ocrop is not advertiser could attach a sample of The People's party stuck to Dr, there be no strife in our ranks. A two factions ot the Dcmociatto nartv. very flattering ,nt present writing, "This breach is now almost past heal . the goods advertised at a ceitaln 11 r..i, o ufjiuueiii. us .t owing to sc ircii) 0 plants uituu inuy agreed iu word to the wise is sufficient. ing and speeches such as Tillman's, price to each copy of the newspaper do, hut the Democracy of thii disRev Kieliatii.-o- i, filled bis itgular It you would always be healthy, make it impossible to cun&olid.tte the iu which his announcement is pub- trict went hack on the People's party appointment the ,vd Silndny (fthi.s keep your blood pure with Hood's fre4 silver and sound nwiu-e'eniPiits lished they could see at a glance how and failed to support Pender, mouth. To the One True Wood Putlfier. of the sluky and haltug old pirtv. near the truth the description came, prove this we call attention to the fact Oil" of the oldc-- t nnd most expectThe speeches of Tillman are I'llcnl.t. ed but as this is impossible, resort is had that the strongest nTZ9, C'lvens ot imr cnmmtinitv, John Sllliililt'riliK ItlllilM. Democratic precinct ted to do the Republic.) u party much Oh'in died in many instances to the reckless use The Breckinridge News sajs: 'st Friday April 24th this county gave Dr. James a ma of superlative adjectives in describing in The residence of Eugene Marlow good. Let him howl. and was borne by Iriendsto of 4. It usually gives the De qualities, styles and values that are jority was destroyed by fire ntPatesvillelast Her 1'oow.J.: Your correspondent resting pl.ict- - the following day. proven to be ridiculously false when mocracy anywhere, from SO to 100 Tuesday. The flames started from a recently saw an amusing incident ou .social was held at An intere-tm- g majority. the goods are seen. A lady an L. it N passenger train defective kitchen flue, and were unMr Sluively's one night last week. When you wantdry goods, notions, der such headway when discovered had gotton a'nard, who lnd with iier .l Let Utpuhlicuii, lew To any Republican voter who failclothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, Sam the P ed to go to the polls and vote tor Dr. that the property cold not be saved. a lap dog. The conductor wnild not x furnishing goods, groceries, trunks, James ou the 21at, ult., we want to Mr. Marlow was in Cloverport at the allow the dear creature to be brought A. Audeison lor Circuit Court Clerk valises, etc., see our goods before nnd did not know of his loss un- into the coach and he was therefore , in i)7. nrd you will never have an say that you are individually to time you spend your money. til he returned home and found his deposited In the baggage car among occision to it. blame for the small majority he reYours for best values, property a smoldering mass ol ruins. trunks, valises, etc The lad seemSquirrel pie is all the go now out ceived. He has only 999 in the dism: J.B. Bir, Beaver Dam, Ky. The honse was a new one and val- ed to be intensely interested in the litre. ft Howaud. trict and if you had voted his majori- ued at $600. rr.RHY Westhrhixd, Salesman. There was no insur- welfare of her pet and consequently Whiskers that are prematurely gray See? ance and the loss was total ty would have been 1,000. Most of she occasionally went down to see ' Resolve now that you will never neg- the furniture was saved by neighbors how he or she was getting along and or laded should be colored to prevent lect this duty again aud that in all who rushed to the scene, aud seeing to condole with her doggie because of the look of npc, and Buckingham's A. NAM A. ANIiKltSO.V. his shameful treatment in being tin Dye excels all others in coloring ..Editor. future elections your vote shall be the house was beyond redemption brown or black. cost even if you have to be hauled to turned their attention to saving its ceremoniously cast among such unf Friday, May i, 1896. the polls. contents. feeling things as railroad baggage. llrenrfttttiii llity The lady stated to the conductor that Will be observed by Preston Morton Subscription, $1.25 por year. Ml'. l'MIASAN r. Hon. Jno. W. Lewis is taking the her poodle would allow no man to Post No 4, May 50. 1S9O. Services We had a very heavy here come lead in the effort to pay the claims Rates and Terms. near him and that she alone will be heldat Ale.'auderchoolhouse. Subscriptions $1.25 per annum in due the citizens of Kentucky by the Sunday. could afford him that consolation Rev Jo A Hennett chaplain of Post, Bro.Erury preached at Mt.Zion last which advance. Government. It would be of great he stood so much in need of. assisted by the chotrof neighborhood inLocal notices 10c per line first Sunday morning and at Mt. Pleasant We weie forced to get off the train diuretics, will conduct the services sertion and sc each subsequent inser- benefit to our State, as a vast amount in the afternoon. of money would be paid into our before bis poadleship did, and do no1 on the occasion tion. Large contracts special rates. There will be sevWe are having a very infesting Calls on candidates and political midst, which is just nod belongs to know his fate It is prolnble however eral nrators.on lite ground who will matter 10c per line. that he reached his destination in entertiin the crowd bv suitable talks Mr.Lewis precipitated Sunday School at this place. Obituary notices 50 per line, and our citizens, Mrs. Hanner Miller is visiting safety with no other misfortunes All our graveyards lor this occision. tho debate by asking Mr.Ray,of New must invaribly be paid for in advance, friends aul relatives in this commuthan wounded feelings. For which neeJ. cleaning up and we hope the unless party ordering publication is York, some questions as follows: nity. responsible therefor. he was doubtless consoled by his fair people will tak( a hand in it, as there Mr. LEWIS. Will you allow me to Liles, Gillstrap, Butler owner who was so solicitous regird- - will be n committee Mr. Job Work of all kinds promptly and ask you a question? snt early before neatly executed. county, spent Friday night with his ing his personal welfare. Mr. RAY. Certainly. we u" to Alexander to strew flowers Wash-stan- d Mr. LEWIS. Does not the Constiparents while here on business. Death or Mrs Shelton: The on the craves of our dead. The Blue Republican Ticket. tution provide that private property Miss Minnie Miller is visiting relwife of Rev. S. W. Shelton, pastor of nnd the iriy soldiers who don't belong shall not be taken without just comfTver atives in Beavsr Dam this week. pensation being made therefor? the M E. Church nt Hardinsburg to our on'er aft- - r :tct ullv invited Offered for Miss Katie Stewart, who has been . RAY That is true. Mr. ELECTION NOV. 3.1896. died on Wednesday April 22nd. No to come anil i id ;i daj vviththeirold Mr. LEWIS. How can there ever very ill for some time, is improving. comndes There will be no dinner sadder death ever occured at that be a claim for property that the GovMr. Robert Miller made a flying For Congress, spread this jear. liver body will place. She was a quiet uncomplainernment got and used without paying trip to Beaver Dam last Saturday. Hon. Jko. W. Lnwis. for it and the proof of that fact made, ing woman nnd an exemplary chris- please bring a'ong their own lunch. Several of the young people from acd then escape a violation ol the tian Her death was entirely unex- All cnmr.idn are expected at our next The indications are very favorable Constitution, which all members of this neighborhood contemplate on pected and the community was great- meeting. Mav 9. So reserve the flags this House are sworn to support. attending the dedication of Victory for an abundant crop this year. ly shocked by it. She leaves several for our nspeciive home graveyards. Loud applause. Church on next Sunday. small and helpless children. The Fly order of Commander, Mr. RAY. I want to say to my colMiss Laura Alford is no better at IlAniroiiD business is on a boom, league, for whom I have the highest W. P. RENDIlt. blow falls heavily upon Rev. Shelton, with prospect3 for a much better respect, who is a good lawyer, an ad- this writing. nnd he has the heartlelt sympathy of Rev. R. P. Beck will preach at Mt. mirable man, and a gentleman, I trade in the future. the whole community in his great want to say that I would not oppose Pleasant on next second Sunday. s bereavement. of claim the Tillman will he before the sover-H- e the payment of any United againstwere Mrs. II. A. Miller was the guefet of Wlien IlAby u ilcV, wo cato hr CiutorU. the Go'ernment States A Mummy at Henderson: A rewill I thoroughly satisfied that private Mrs. R. L. Liles last Monday. eign people for President, When lio k as a Child, tlis cried (or CtaUain. markable find was recently made When hhe lcatne Mta, tho olung to CurtorU. DAT. get no further than this. property had been taken for public down at Henderson. Some workmen use from a loyal citizen of this GovWbousliahaaCiUno tlio gave thtuiCutorU. Dr. Illiuri'r Til lie- - CliarKP, Eepuhlicans of the 1th Congress- ernment, and were I further satisfied were laying the foundation of a powDr. Melvin K. Rhorer, of Central that no just compensation has been ional District would do us a great faer house tor nn electiic plant, while made. If these matters of fact were City, was duly installed Tuesday as digging an iron casket was struck. vor if they would send in the news established to my satisfaction I would first assistant physician at the Eastern was uneatthed, and was found to from each county. 1'iir. r vote to pay the claim every time. Lunatic Asylum, at Lexington. Dr. It Miss limine lames has gone to ue be a coffin made entirely of iron and Mr. LEWIS. Is there not a Court Rhorer, formerly resided iu Oweusbo-ro- , Tin: Louisville base ball club are of Claims of the United States, estabmade after the shape ot an Egyptian her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. James, where he piacticed physic for sevholding their own at the tale end of lished by law lor the purpose of inmummy. The top was screwed on, of Hutler county. vestigating, ascertaining, and decid- eral years belore he went to Central Mr lames Wilson, of Hutler county, ereryothcrclub. They have played ing these claims, and has not that after the use ot oil the taps holding a City. portion ol the lid weie looercd, and is visiting friends hero this week nine games and have lost eight. Very court certified this claim and others i.iiii:u'i-y- . Miss nchenor, of Heaver it was removed. In the casket was good start, considering the playing to Congress for payment? Everybody knows that such is the Met. And Rev. Chandlei, of Hartford, filled fiuiil the rein ills of a woman who D.1111, is it her lather's, S W. Tich-enoIt is to be hoped yet for years no appropriation has they did last year. his regular appointment here Satut-da- y once was doubtlesi verv heiutiful. on the sick lst that they will win at least three been made to pay these claims. I night and Sunday. She was In a remarkable state of MbsElitli Tieln-n- . r, daughter ol stanu Here to say. representing my games thin year. ShlDthem to ui. We are In a poiltton to make It ilecWnlly to your Intcrtit to,' Wheat is looking better. people, many of whom were loynl to preservation; her hair be In,; as beau- Wo tli Ticlienor. is v ry sick at lu-to. We handle evrrv thine nn n on commUiloiii .o If )0 hire any Itll.ar.ll Miss Ola Williams spent last week tiful and n3 neatly combed u.i when hoiiu. yourteir or our aervlcta. ,We .10 an Imnicute buslncsi ami have ruori thing tothanothVr the Union aud stood by the GovernK"e and h- -r tuber were bQUktl. Corrcanondcnce tuvlteil. 1'rice current, m.lixi ..... .. .!..!ii;.?i,rf Cio.v. McKinley is how within ... f... v, .ji,,v.IUIl, ment through all the trials aud perils in Beaver Dam helping Mrs. Coots she was placed in her lion testing thrown Iruui Ihi ir buggy, Mr Hen. CO. (incorpM), The Leading Commission beveuty-fivvotes of enough to give of the war, people to whom the GovMerchants, with her tewing. place. Her dtess lii:h was Mlk was ry Dennett ateaui rinawiy mid struck Murrell Court nnd 110 Third Street, him the Presidential nomination. ernment of the United States, by the LOUISVILLE KY Mr. Ois Williams attended the also intact No one could identify Worth's buggy and tluew them out. solemn judgment of its own courts, Will ho get them? is the question that owes tilts money, but whom the Con- dance at Uortou Saturday night. We one can-- id measles in this the remains, hut nn old woman, an is now agitating tlio minds of tlio gress of the United States has failed Mr. Daniel Ilerry is ou the sick list. old resident of Henderson, offered an neighborhool. Mr. loin Tanner is I stand heieto R.I.P.A.N-McKinley men. The strength of the or refushed to pay. The refreshing little showers explanation that added iniuauce to is also sick say on behalf of those people that were a great benefit candidates now stands as follows: to flowers and the incident, years ago she said this Mr. Kichard James, of Central I that is repudiation, Applause IS Till. NAME OF OUIt NEW McKinley, .'181; Allison, 4I5 Reed, say you have no more right to reluse plants, but not so good on the fisher- lady una encaged to a pentleman Grove, is visiting ht.s futhir, S. M. 99; Bradley, 1(; Morton, GO; Culluin, to appropriate money to pay these men who were oat Sunday evening. named Smith, just about the time James. RCQULATC THt claims when the court has declared 12; Quay, CO. Messrs. Joe Barrett and Everet they were to be mart led the Indy took James Nail visited friends in McSTOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS them to be just, than you have to re Mauzy are attending Sunday School sick and died. She was buiied by Lean county S.tUinliy niul Sunday. AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. fuse to appropriate money to pay the One of th best WHEELS II. H. Divis lus moved Iroiu her lover In her wedding dress, at The publisher of an Illinois coun- interest on the public debt, to pay tlie at Winton's. TIIPANH TAIIUI.ER aretliebr.t a known r.r Jndlfolloa, lllllo.nrMf A party of our young people anticto his home near here interest on these bonds that have the place wheie the hxly was found try weekly recently yielded to the limit. llcadi..b.,Ceii.(lpatlun,llj.pra.ta,CBronla No we do not want S nu A Ander 14 vrr Trouble., UI. ilar.., llauCoinpt.tloK, been recently issued and sold by the ipate having n croquet set In our nnd under the circumstances nlreudy son tor Circuit Clerk He "Devil" tho privilege of supplying Administration. Applause Ul.eal.rr, OITeu.lio llr.alb, aad all til.. is all light, orilcra r the Mlooiaofc, Llvrr and Ilnwil.. midst Doha Dean Romsj IIooii, described, matter for these columns of the paper FJpana T.bulr. eenLIn notUmr Injurlou. to is competent to fill tluj oflico. but he Ilia ioo.t d.Hr.to eoDatltutloD. Ar. llra.vit to It Is Strong Light and Good. is needed much more in The. Ritruu when tho paper came out tho Uk .. aU., cdortual, and clre lmmll.to and f. A WORD TO THE WISE. limn. 1'rice w ccdIi per Imji. II. j 1k onlertd All tho latOBt Improvomontsj I.1CAN office than We through nrarcildrurahl, or truiiIU bampla publisher was distracted by tho apA. (iod;liaw went to Owensboro That party which has tho offices to llor-- p llreiilclfiir. alal, lOcenl. largo Barrol Audrwa w.ml R. C J.iruajiu lor SuperintendHub, narrow THE niPANS CHEMICAL CO., I nm prepared P handle horses, and ent ol schools, and wliv nut make a pearance of tho paper's subscription distribute, usually finds itudf in u Sunday, returning Monday. troad, full Ball boarlng ahd It bPltUCU BTIIKKT, MEW YORK CTTY. Dr. It. L. Ford Is erecting n nice make speel ilty ot breaking liur-e.- s County ItuL'e of W. Perry Render? list with the date of expiration affixworse condition after they aro disposStrictly High Grado In ovory We hkelt. R. Wedding, but we need Prices reasthat have been spoiled. ed to each, and by using his feet al- ed of than before. Tho reason of office iu our little town. our jtjnit of the Road and rospoct, prlco only $60.00 In We are in lii'n in his presebt place. spoolal prlcoa to olubs, Rev. W. E. Cook left for Morgan-tow- n onable and work guarantied. failing ternately transported the offending this, that many for success ol the Republican party limine Commissioner n few weeks Hartford. Thursday. Wash Duncan, frouj county ofliceis to President. pun, we omitted the name Mr. I.uther "Devil" from tho oflico to the street to obtain what they desired, feel Rev. J. A. Bennett filled Rev. Gee iu line aud stay there. McK. Rogers ot Select precinct. in short uotice. But a fow days later somewhat ugrieved and their ardor is He Is The fust Sunday base ball game cooled. This Cain's appointment at Shinkle Chap-- J therefore somewha't the Commissioner of his precinct and n when tho humiliated delinquents el Sunday, A child was cured of croup by a will tunken good official. will occur in Louisville on May 3rd, to deluge tho oflico with bank State having been curried last NoPearl Tweeddel, Hartford, visited the Cincinnati nnd Louisville teams dose or two of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, the notes ho ordered tho foreman to rush vember by the Republicans for Good Old Granny Metcall, 86 years relatives here Sund-iy- . meeting on that date. As time is A neighbors clilUl dietl ot tliedre.nl down to tho tolegrapb oflico and wiro first timo in the history of the party, A corn crib and all Its contents be- considerable rivalry between these disease, while the lather was setting old, living nl 618 Monroe street, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine the "Devil" to como back to his job. there wero a largo number of good longing to Mr. Allen Brook's was de- teams I desire to nflord the patrons of ready to call the doctor. This shows Tar Honey Is the best grip cure, Republicans who came forward and "Advertise for him in our next stroyed by fire last week. this line an opportunity to witness the necessity of having Ayer's Cherry cough, lung and .bronchial remedy Failing to Buggested tho busy foreman. asked to be recognized. that has been offered to the people Mrs. W. C Bennett visited her this contest. Pectoral always at hand. during her life. Guaranteed by, Z. "Next ifrsue, thunder!1' exclaimed the eccuro it, some of them unfortuna- mother last Thursday. , The regular Sunday rate ot one fare I Wayne Griffin & Bro,, druggist, and Some iroted publisher, "that boy will bo tely havo been complaining. Marvin Cook attended the ball game for the round trip will be in effect on Renfrew Bros., Norrows, Ky, ARMISTEAD JONES, It was ut Bulord Sunday evening. g bitterness has been eIiowii. the head of some Metropolitan & that date, nnd for the accommodation house before our next issue." disclosed in Gov. Bradley's ell'ort to The Buford hoys have organized a of passengers desiring to attend the obtain the endorsement of this State ball club and will play at that place gume our train No. 3 will be held In UAIlTFORt), KY.. Bun. No Miuill part of tho every Sunday evening for President Louisville until 6 p. 111 , allowing amWill prnctico in.ull tlio Courts ot Ohio NflTICi;, ' opposition to Gov, Bradley arose from LUBU HIUKt All tl&t lAHS. ple time to see the game and ictu'ii niul adjoining counties. IjJ Special atI WANT every rain (nil woman In the United it t'uuyll tiyrup. Taitea (Juod. Um) Statea Intereileil in the Opium ami Wnl.lty Wholesile Hnidvwue & Bicycles, In Itmo. hold Iit druittrUti. Ml Oillco uauiia 10 uaru one. 01 mr uooaa on inc.e ma. tention given to collections. persons who failed to get whattlioy same day, M, Woolley, Atlanta, with County Attorney. asked, regarding the State patronage. S. G. Hatch, G, P. A. taita. AUdrtu II. La test jou (rev, Oa., OWHNSBORO, KY, and out will i"i"ii-iTimfn miTg"nrrnBVfTnn'f uTTii'imirrirT SEN ATOK TILLMAN Widening the Breach the Democratic Party. Cripple satl-tli'- pur niter e! ftuniifureJI 11 n, Made Well 1 u 26-1- . OUSLY 111 I j Hood's b. txt- s;ivXT:E3:, Sarsapariila u . tl I If ir .. 1 a, 1 hislit Demo-rriitsardn- 11 it iC1 Hartford Republican Represent-ed by CARSOIT & CO. 811.50 $11.50 C CAN'T ?Si$ US! Bed, Best Bedroom Suit $11 G)0 and Dresser. NICE MVE PLATE GLASS ffilS dULIl I ELY UNEQUILLEI As rcgun sizo, durability. Hundreds of similar bargains at tho WOLF, 112 West Main Street, Owensboro. S. LOUISVILLE n.i:r. K FWIH HOUSE. $11,50 $11.50 Ct-rdi- r, EGGS AND POULTRY : r rll e HERHDON-CARTE- fl 013-31- 0 lne S TIP TOP TABULES 3lr.ll-ela- ZSic37- cl e n 11 nflice-scckc- WHITE FOIR ho-gn- CATALOGUE I ! Also Agents for tho Victor, N a p o eon, pub-lMun- Aitorney at t&y?, Pitcher's Csstorla. Children Cryfor Overland. Haliday, Barnes n Children Cryfor Pltchc'S CastOtid HILL&STEITLER " if L -- yi't"iL&gu?c- SJPEOIL BJMHS, CO. Well Satisfied with Ayer's Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty jenra njro, after some weeks of sickness, my hair turned gray. 1 began using Ajcr's Hair Vigor, and was so well satis-fle- d with tjio results that I lmo nover tried any other kind of dress ji.'fljfflbk ing. Itrctiuircsonly ,an occasional a;!i. I nit ion of For tho next two weeks FAIR BROS. & 12 io. Will offer their trade some spccin I bargains on their entire stock. Zephyr Ginghams 80, actual value Wtezm M & W V'fTV 7 Ilalr AYER'S Vigor to keep my hair of good color, to remove. Apron check gingham 5c, worth 8c. India linens 8c, worth 12ic. Solid ducks 10c, worth 15c. Best calico 5c, worth 6c. Cotton crepons 10c. worth 12c. Linen Hastiste, very stylish, 15c. Grass cloth 10 to 30c, all the rage. French organdies 35c. 'dandruff, to lieul itrliiiiKliuniors. and prevent tlio lialr from falling out. I never hesitate to recommend Ayer's medicines to my friends." Mrs. II.M.IIaioht, Avoca, Nebr. AYER'S W Hair Vigor rrepireil by Dr. J. 0. A jer & Co., Lentil, Uui. Tike Ajer'l Sarsiparllla lor Iba Conplexl.n. WE POSITIELY Cannot he undersold in bleach and brown cottons, shirtings, table linen oil cloth, etc. We want your Wool. Cakson&Co. French organdies at Fair Bros. Co's. We sell Ice at 1 & cent per pound Cakson & Co. 25c for a work shirt at Fair Bros. & Co's. broken limb, he is sufTotiiig from nn attack of typhoid fever and has been Mr. Alex Bennett, oi Kindcrhook, delirious for the most part since meethas moved to his new home at Beda, ing with the accident just t Diir weeks n;jo yesterday, It is thnilht thnt he We will p.iy the highest market was thnateiied with the over before price for your wool. the accident, ns he was heard to comCarson & Co. plain oi the symptoms which characLace curtains, window shades, cur- terize that disease for several days tain polls, mattings at Fair Bros & prior to the mishaps and that has on' ' Co'n ly served to hasten the disease, and j Miss Abbic Ford, Fordsvillc, is the add to its scvetity. He at times re-- 1 nit nourishment, which has I guest cf her brother, Dr. 1?. W. Ford, served to weaken him very much nnd . nnd family. cause great anxiety for his recovery. Mr. Cad Burba, of Hiydgcnsvllle, He was resting n little easier yester-- . has gone to Pueblo, Colo,, lor a lew dary, step some and took some nourweeks stay. ishment, but he is a very sick man. Mis.C. M. Barnctt and children nrc Mr. Unity lor Circuit Jllclito. visiting the family of Rev. J. A. BenIt will soon be time to select n canBeda. nett at didate lor Circuit Judge of this disMr. Jas. Ashley has purchased a trict and as Republicans can win ( halt interest in the meat shop of CF. they will nominate the right man, we Westerfield & son. want to suggest to the voters ol the Ladies vest 5c: ladies muslin under- district that Ohio county has n man wear, skirts, gowns und drawers 50c, in every way qualified nnd one who ii chosen to fill it, not only to the at Fair Bros. & Co's. credit of himself and the Republican Mr. T. L Griffin has greatly imparty, but to the satisfaction oi all proved the looks of his drug store by litigants who want only justice. We adding double show windows. name as such a man Hon. E. D. Guf-f- v our nresent efficient Assistant We want your Wool, Bacon, Hens, trying Chickens, Eggs, Hams, But- Secretary ol State. Choose him and I you will choose one up to the times ter aud Feathers. Cahson & Co. on poiuts of law and one who stauds Prof. C. C. Kline, Cincinnati, will high among leaders in the legal fraHart-lor- d deliver a series of lectures in ternity. J. some time during this month. IIIiiko nunlHlti Come Ilnmr. Mr. Verda Wahlbold, Oweusboro, A Frankfort- - special to Tuesday's is ' siting friends nnd relatives in Courier-Journ- al says: Haitlord and Beaver Dam this week. is one man in con-- Fred Burgess, an Ohio county vict, has been pardoned, THET! ME FOR Spring cleaning is here. We arc prepared to furnish you floor oil cloth, mattings, window shades, scrims, lace curtains, curtain polls with brass or wood fixtures. $: for mens fine shoes at Fair Bros. & Co's. Call on Bullington for a good Mr. C, R. Martin will move to the house recently vacated by W. to-d- ay shave. $1 for ladies fine shoes at Fair Bros. & Co's. T.Hunter in the Eastern partol town. Next Monday is County Court day. Bring enough money along with you to pay your subscription to Tun Rk- I'UllMCAN. WOOL! WOOL!! Fair Bros. & Co. want it. Notice the new in this issue. "ad" ol B. Our Millinery And dress goods department needs no comThey are chock lull of the menting on. the latest novelties. Miss Walsh is ready to trim you a hat in the latest style. A visassure you that we are the pier of any body ii this line. Mr. T. J. Neafus, a former student of Hartford College, is conducting an S. Wolf Educational Column in the Larue County Herald. There Frankfort drawing $ 5 n day who is anxious for his term of office to expire and to get away from here. He is Hon. Ben D. Ringo, chairman of tlt State Board oi Equalization, nnd editor of the Hartford Herald. Mr. Ringo, so rumor has told, has made arrangements to join Mr. C. M. Lewis in the own-- , ership of the Bowling Green or Park City Times, and will be the editor ot the Times, as soon as he can get away from the board. it from you will Don't Forget Our Clothing. We surely can please you. Boys suits 75c to $5; men all wool suits $-- 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 1 appreciated. ZETai-i- r iartford ijemple 0f fT&shiOn. Call on IlulliiiKton. Hoes, rukes, etc., lit Stevens' Bros. at Sz, Co. Central City, is Mrs Jo. Mulholl, in town. bargain. Stevens pays produce. Ture crab cider lor sale l'irtle, Hnttlord, Ky. highest prices lor Don't you want some Building Loan Stock. The Kentucky Citizens is the best. We want one copy of This of May 3rd, '95, who can furnish it? Ritruii-licass n byl'. 22 Cm V. Young men get you one of those II. sifter Stevens gives n first-claM. T. buggies tor sale by Field & with each can oi Golden Baking Holbrook. Powders. Save your money by putting it into s buggy at a If you want a n Iluilding I.oan Co. Try the Kensurprisingly low price, call on Field tucky Citizens. .S: Holbrook. first-clas- Mrs. Frank Jopliu and sou Levi, little son oi Mr.Jo S.Bennett, are visiting the families of of Kindcrhook, fell one day last week Messrs. T. I,, and V. II. Griffiu and ami broke his arm. Mrs. Lou Collius this week. To borrow $600.00 an WANTiiD. Remember Field & Hojbrook con-ii- ot good property. Address "C" care be excelled when it omes to RwuiiMCAN, Hartford, Ky. tl handling fine buggies. Their stock Mrs. Alonzo Stevens, ot near town, is complete and are sure to please who has been daugctously sick for you. the past three weeks, is slowly imEliza-bethtow- proving. Field & Holbrook can notbe excelled in quality aud prices when it -in comes to the buggy line. Their line But long enough to know that there of buggies have to be seen to be apare some people I am pleasing with preciated. my goods nnd prices, because they Mr. Jas. A. Baird, oi near town, continue to trade with me. was thrown from his horse one day last week and had a rib broken. He was laid up lor n lew days, but is now able to be out and is getting along as well as could be expected. Are two ot the most important points I to consider in buying anything. make them my specialty In Groceries. .' NOT LONG ghe business QUALITY MY METHOD OF -- " Doing Business 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. ghere are gimes When Yoa can- Lay up a Cent, But you can always save buying your Groceries of money by L B STEVENS. BulIIugton is the best barber in the Green Rives Country. For Hoes, Rakes, &c call on Stevens and get a bargain, "Sweetening the wind" by Dr. J. II. Boyett at Hartford Baptist Church, May 12. Your pity goe3 out to it and rightly. To be thin, for a baby, Is to be deprived of Its natural ease ; to suffer and not be able to feel it ; to wear a sad pinched face ; to live on the edge of sickness; to grow imperfectly; and to lose the power of resisting disease. When a baby is thin it needs more fat than it gets from its food; it is starved, Scott's Emulsion is the easiest fat it can have ; the fat It needs. Half of Poor baby! ScotEsSmufotcTu taken by babies. Mothers like it because it brings the dimples back. Is SCOTT'S CMULSION hit tttn anJoread tv the iadLal profmlon fur twenty y.ara. (sM ytut atofjr.) ThU it pcu.. 111. ilw.yt ftaAilaWa .1. way uniform- -' atwayl rotjinf ttopurtil NorwUH lljbothjttlitil. CoJ.lntr Oil . .... - "... unyuign vrun ... intui on :otl' "..' ..r .:i.t uad.misi" oi man tiki fuh. cant and ftl.oo alaat. Tha tmall alia Put uo In Buy U t rwujh W tura your cvugh or Mf yiu Utjri Last week in the notice oi Decoration Day, we omitted the .word "Gray." It should have read the "Blue nnd Gray." sI ' u Mrs. Jas. Winsatt was tried Monr.iKiuiiiiii: iioii. day for lunacy and conveyed to the LniTciu'iEMJ, Ky., April 24. The leading millinery house is Fair Hopkinsville Asylum by Mr.A. Jones Joseph A. Nicholas, a farmer living and her brother. Bros. & Co's. near Clarkson, this county, was killWe will not deliver Ice niter 10 n. ed by lightning during a thunder Don't fail to bring your wool to alter-nooLeave your order so we storm at 4 o'clock yesterday Carson & Co. in, o'clock. can attend to it early. 50c lor cottonade pants at Fair Mr. Nicholas was plowing in the Carson & Co. & Co's. Bros. field when the bolt struck him. His County Clerk D. M. Hocker has horse also was killed. He was fifty-tw- o Mr. Wm. Potts, Rosine, was in purchased from T. J. Smith & Co., years old nnd a widower. He town Monday. Real Estate Agents, the house nnd leaves seven children. He was a Mr, Sam Cnsebier has returned lot on Union Street, formerly the brother of Prof. I. II. Nicholas, the n school teacher. from Evausvillc. property of Caleb Crowe. George Lee Brown farm. WllllllMl Highest price paid ior Wool at Mrs. T. S. Marks and little daughMr. James L. Browm, who has reFair Bros. & Co's. ter, Mary, and Miss Etta Thomas To trade good second handed buggy cently been attending school at Lexfor com. Apply at this office. tf ington, visited our school Tuesday. New milliuery again this week at went to Owensboro Thursday to visit friends and relatives. They will re. IKOMWIXI,, Mrs. James Gray and daughter, Fair Bros. & Co's. The meeting that has been in prog- Grace, Rockport, Ind., are visiting turn Saturday. The new church at Victory will be ress here for the past two weeks closed iriends aud relatives here. Wednesday evening Little Misses dedicated next Sunday. Sunday night. It was conducted by Mr. Harry Tinsley, formally of this Isabelle and Fannie Cox and Maggie Revs. Fallen and Brandon. See Martin, the old reliable Jeweler, Marks place, has enlisted with the United hitched Sir. Mark's pony to n Mr. W. T. Tilford and daughter, States Army stationed at Fort Thomfor anything in his line. cart to take a drive, and soon after Miss Mittie, made a flying trip to as, Ky. Call on C. R. Martin for all kinds they left Capt. Cox's gate, the cart Bowling Green Sunday, returning Mr. George Maddox's littledaught- ol watch and clock repairs. ran over a hog when the pony began' Monday. er is quite sick. to run and one of the little girls fell Mr. Walter Martin has accepted a Mr and Mrs. UlyssusWhalcn movRev. T. M. Morton nnd wife visited. position as clerk in Mr.L- B Stevens' out, the other two staying in the ed Saturday to Prentis. his brother, Mr. V. B. Morton, last cart. The pony ran about 200 yards grocery. Misses Ida Davis aud Anna Borah Sunday. aud btopped. No damage was done, left Thursday for Morgantown where Mr. Bill Hill is quite sick. Mr. Frank W. Joplin, Elizabeth-town.w- ill but the little girls were badly scared. they will spend several days visiting Mr W. C. Morton, Owensboro, visfriends arrive Little Miss Isabelle Cox happened friends and relatives. ited his brothers, V. B. and Sam Morand relatives in Hartford. to quite a painful accident at the ColMr. nnd Mrs. T. II Gillstrap, of ton, last week. County Attorney E. P. Neal and lege Monday morning. There was a Drakesboro, ate visiting his brother, Mr. Marvin Kimbley has a position wife have returned from a visit to plank in the floor with splinters stickP. N. Gillstrap. on the steamer Gayoso. their old home at prentis. ing out iroru it) when she struck one Mrs. N. C. Daniel is very sick at Born, to the wife of James Chance-lo- r, One of the agents for the Busy Bee with her foot and ran a splinter this writing. a boy. Dr. E. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Leach spent Washer sold eight machines in three through the ball of her foot. Our prayer meeting has recently B. Pendleton was passing the Cob' Sunday in the country, the guests ol been changed from Friday to Weddays in this county this week. lege nnd was called in but she had to Mr. James Gentry. nesday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Casey, who have be carried home and put under the Mr. E. D. Tilford, Beaver Dam, Mr. James Eudaly is visitirg been the guests of the family of Hon. influence of chloroform before the spent Saturday and Sunday here. near Centertown. K. D. Walker, have returned splinter could be extracted. The The intertainment given at Mr. Miss Myrtle Rowe visited her par to Oweusboro. wound is painful but not serious. Raines' in honor ot Luther Rnines cnts Saturday and Sunday. The board of Trustees should pass and Misses Anna and Mamie Borah Mr. George Casebicr and family Hirer Xnileiitloii. on ordinance prohibiting hogs and Capt. W. W. Server nnd Mr. W. F. was well attended and all evjoyed the visited his father-in-laMr. J. II. cows running on the streets. TJiey Howe, of the Steamer Clarkville,were evening. Girsr.v. Kimmel, near Paradise last week. are a nuisance and in the way of ev- in town this week, making arrangeLouis. Tlirco J.eKKrtl Chicken. erybody. ments to run their boat up Rough Mrs. Lucy Hubbard has a chicken When fevers and other epidemics River to Hartford. Prospects are about five days old with three legs Messrs. A. J. Bell, L. C. Dukejno. The third leg has are around, safety lies in fortifying Rowan Holbrook, J. W. very flattering they say and no doubt well developed. Thomas, Black and Dr. J. E. Pendleton left but that they will bring their boat to five toes and comes out of its back, the system with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. the other legs are regular shape. The A person having thin and impure Tuesday for Green River on a fishing use on this line. chicken seems to be healthy and bids blood, is in the most favorable condiexpedition. The Oil Well. tion to "catch" whatever disease may A reporter for Tub Repuducan fair to live. It is the first of the kind Marriage license: R. W. Hagerman be floating in the air. Be wise in we have ever seen and is quite a cuto Miss Nora Coppage, II. C. Crowd-e- r visited the 611 well of the Kentucky time. Oil Co. located near town riosity. It is to be hoped the chickto Miss fimraa C. Cox, Geo. F. Anticlinal en will live and should it lire will be Newton to Miss Lula Mewton, Jno.D. Wednesday evening, and is glad to "How to Cure nil Nklu lllFnae," a fit subject ior a museum. Simply apply "Swayne's OintJohnson to Miss Florence M. Stanley, say that the work is progressing nicely and has every indication ol an ment." No internal medicine requir G. L. Everly to Miss Cletuie Park. The members of the Hartford Com' ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, al early completion, with fine prospects Bring on your tin types and photos for a rich vein ot oil. They have mercial Club and all other citizens in- eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav the to Williams & Bell and have a now reached a depth of over nine hun- terested in the welfareofllartlord and ing greatskin clear, white and healthy healing and curative powers Ohio county, are requested to meet at Its nice crayon portrait made and framed dred feet. It was rumored on the the Court House on Friday night at are possessed by no other remedy. in an elegant 16x20 frame, cheap; streets yeterday morning that they Ask your druggist ior Swayne's the usual hour tor the meeting of the 34 iyr. satisfaction guaranteed. had struck a vein of strong salt water Club. There will be matters ot im- Ointment. and if so, oil will soou be reached. portance, In connection with n proThe following named persons have IIOIINK IIHAM'II. This is one ot the many new enterposed railroad, come before the Club paid their subscription to Tin: Our little town is on a boom. Judge prises which will startup in Hartford since our last issue: L. P. and the people ot the county. All S. D, Morgan is building a nicclunch time. Let the good persons interested in the development Downs, South Carrolltou; Jo Foster, in a very short stand near the depot and will Ccntertowu; K. B. Stewart, Ed Mon-ro- work go on until our resources arc all of the resources of our county should soon be ready to feed the hungry travBeaver Dam; U. C. Barnett T. being worked nnd then we will see attend and are urged to do so. elers. peace, plenty and prosperity among S. Duke, Tom Lee, Hartford. J, S. GI.CNN, Pres. J. P, Miller, who has been paying our people. By E. B. Pendleton, Sec'y. his father a visit here, returned home Mr. Jo B, Vickers, who has been Sunday. r.iitortnliiiiicnt. practicing law in Fordsville for severI'rnlornitl oir, Messrs. John nnd Will Renfrow, The Adelphian and Hypatian Son Rough River Lodge No. no K. oi al years, will move to Hartford next cietics, ot Hartford College, arc maks P. will have work in the third rank ) Jim nnd Henry Carter, of Narrows, week to practice his profession. Mr. evening. All members ' lassed trough here Sunday on their Vickers is n young man, possesses a ing extensive preparations for an ens given at the Court and visiting brethren are iuvited and way to rine Knobs fine knowledge of the law, having tertnlnment to be Mrs, M. B. Crowder returned home House on Friday night, May 8. These solicited to be present. read law with the Hon. W. S. Sunday from and extended visit to of Hawesvlllc, nnd is well Societies are composed of intelligent M. Lodge No. 675 will The P. & A. ladies and gentlemen and no her parents near Ilorton. prepared to enter at once upon a young give a banquet next Monday evening. I, not ice in last week's Repuiiucan doubt will give an entertainment lucrative practice in our midst. He Tables will be supplied and prepared tltat there is only one Democrat in which will be well worth attending. is a gentleiuuuly, genial young man by the ladles of the Hartford Baptist Ohio county. Well, I knew they and will be quite an addition to the Everybody should attend. Church. were pretty scarce, but did not expect legal fraternity of this place, and we Corn C'rllm lliirueil. them to disappear so soon. .Morn llunirn ilrrilrtt. gladly welcome such citizens. He The fire bug has been playing havFarmers are busy planting corn Every House in the town of Halt-for- d will open his office in the room over oc with corn cribs in the Beda neighis occupied and the demand canthis week, but expect they will have L. B. Stevens' store. borhood in the last lew days. Last not be supplied for dwelling houses, to do it over as the cut worm has ThursdaV Mr. Allen Brooks lost his AtnlKiit) Nalt). by people who want to move to this made his appearance and done a great his corn and a On Monday, May 4. i8ofl, I will crib, together with place. People lrom a distance want deal ot damage to the gardens. to the highest and best bidder large lot of (arming implements. Last to locate here, but cannot find a place sell Our spring school which Is being the entire stock oi Groceries and Fix- Saturday Mr. J. F. T. Ward's crib to live. Only this week a gentleman taught by Mrs. Mary White is profire, and but for the timely bought an Interest in a paying busitures assigned to me by W. II. Will- caught gressing nicely with a good attendWard would have been ness here and it was impossible for iams. The Fixtures consist of a fine arrival of Mr. him to secure a house in town in ance. It seems according to the new destroyed, Soda Fount, Ice Cutter, Milk Shake, which to live. It would be a paying law just passed the trustees will liave m Show Cases, Scales, etc. This Is a investment ior some of our moneyed something else to do besides hire the Sir. I'rllir I'miilltlnu. splendid, oppottutiity for some one to Mr. Thos, S. Pettit's ennditiou is men to build so'me houses for rent. teacher this j ear if they don't want bright secure a bargain. Terms made far more serious than many of his The future of Hartford is money, and to pay fines themselves. but they could not lose any aware says the Owensboro nn the other hand it would be a good known on day of sate. Iriends arc With best wishes for Tins Riiron- Siir.t.nv Tayioh, Assignee. In conjunction w,Hli the Investment. Nix. Messenger 39 it ican nnd its able editor, n. well-knowd, Mor-risso- u, Bring on your Hams and Wool to Carson & Co. os m:. Awarded; Our school is progressing nicely. Highest Honora World's Fnlr. Among the visitors at general exercise last week were Misses Molllc Smith, Mary Tnj lor and Katie Pierce Scveml of our young people ntltnd-e- d the dance at Hot ton Saturday night. Mrs. W. B. Crowder and little sou, visited her brother, Prof. Jarnagln, Saturday. Mrs, Sue Taylor, of near Mt. Pleas-fuse- s ant, is visiting in town this week, Mr. Henry Thomas and family, Ilorton, visited Mr. mid Mrs. R. E. Cbilds Sunday. Mr. Dave Pierce and wile, of near MOST PERFECT MADE. Mt. Pleasant, visited his mother Sat- A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any othetadulterant. urday and Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Jake Igleheatt visited 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. her father, Mr. John Raglnnd, Monday night. BEAVER DAM. The candy pulling nt Mr. D. B. Allen's Friday night in honor oi his The Christian Endeavor recently daughters, Misses Anna, Emma nnd organized here is progressing nicely. Ida, was enjoyed by all. Rev. O. M. Wilson preached in the Mr. Ulis Ragland and Miss Dixie M. E. Church Sunday and Sunday Whittinghill went to Springlick Sun- night. day. Mr. Harry Monroe was in Hartford Messrs Byron Hurt and Lon Tweed-del- l, Sunday. Hartford, spent Sunday in town. Miss flattie Martin, Clnrkson, is Mr. Charles Childs, Echols, visited visiting her sister, Mrs. Mitchell. hls lather nnd family Siturday and Mrs. S. Sowders is visiting in MorSunday. gantown, Mrs. Louis, who ha3 been confined Mrs. A. D. Taylor and children are to her room for some time, we are visiting in Rockport. sorry to report, is not much better. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Austin spent Mrs. C. B. Sullenger and little son Sunday in the country. nnd daughter, Hartfotd, visited the A large crowd from town attended lamily of Mrs Whittinghill last week. church nt Liberty Sunday. Mr. J. Ralcy is in Butler county in A patty of young folkswcntdrivlng the interest oi the Washington In- Sunday afternoon. surance Company. Mr. S. P. Taylor nnd Mrs. G. W. Messrs. Clarence Baker, Fred MarBarnes visited relatives in Central tin, Willard Hess nnd Henry Martin, City Saturday and Sunday. Ilorton, were in town Sunday. Miss Gertie Monroe, who has been Esq. A. S. Aull and Mr. Lee,' of ill for several days is out again. Sulphur Springs, were in town WedMr. II. E. Brown visited his parMary. nesday. ents near Rochester Saturday and Sunday. Prompt nuil Xlllclcnt. Mrs. A. E. Wahlbold, Owensboro, "I have been taking Hood's Pills and I believe they have no equal as a has been visiting relatives hete for liver regulator. They act without the past few days. griping or any pain whatever nnd Mr. O. P. Bunton and lamily and they are prompt and efficient. My Miss Cliffie Gray were in Hartford little girl was pleased with the paper Sunday. dolls, which were sent for three tradeMisses Hortense and Nettie Rogers mark from Hood's Pills and ten cents were welcome visitors at school Tuesin stamps." John E. Ooden, Ed- day. monton, Ky. A crowd of young folks anticipate attending the dedication at Victory Hood's Sarsaparilla is the one true Sunday. blood purifier. Mr. C. W. Parrott is in town. Evcrr Toman needs Dr. Miles' Fain Fills. Mrs. Alex Hunt, Huntsville visited the family of Mr. H. D. Hunt this cintAi.vo. Farmers are busy planting corn. week. Attye. Mr. Phclix Bolton has moved to the 11 1 Cfi CREAM BAKING at Concord Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday School was organized nt 9 a. m. Sunday. A. J. Carter and wife visited relatives near Whitesville Friday returns ing Sunday. J. T. Moore and family, of Narrows, visited Mrs. Moore's father, Mr. I. N. Duke. Saturday and Sunday. J. T. Davis, who has been sick, is able to be out again. Born, to the wife of A. M. Lee on the 15th a boy. Tom Cox, who was so badly used Rev. Likens preached jim:o. up by a mule two weeks ago, has re- covered. Miss Susie Allen, of near Hartford, spent Friday night with her parents. JUDEtl,. . MissSrrril Camp, front Evansville, is visiting friends and .relatives in this community. Mr. G. J. Christian and wife visited Mr. Sylvester White last Sunday. Mr. Walker White and wife is visiting their Mr. C. V. Christian, this week. There was a nice Sunday School organized nt Horse Branch last first Sunday. Miss Ida Daniel visited Miss Annie B. Wilson last week. Mr. John D. Miller is no better. Miss Magnola Awtry is recovering from a bad spell of sickness. Rev. John D. Duncan filled his regular appointment here last 3rd Sunday. Rev. Anderson Byers, of Olaton, who has been sick for some time is some better, Anderson. son-in-la- VAi; nvs - Mr.E.B. Allen will move next week to the house nowoccupledby Mr.D.M. Hocker and Mr. Hocker will move to the place recently bought on Union Street. CURED AT Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Victorious. No other medlclnocan shoir such a record. Hero Is a veritable patriarch, 73 year ot age, with strong prejudice to overcome who hail Heart Viscose 13 veart. Ho took tlto new Heart euro and Is now sound anil well. n YEARS. f .. fin BAUUIIt O. Stonic. OruM Lake. Mich.. Dec. M. ISM. I havo been troubled with heart dUeaso 15 yean or mora. Most of tho tlmo 1 was so bad It was not safoformotoirooutalone, as dluy spoils would cause tailing. I had scveru palpitation, shortneus of brratb and sudden pains that rendered mo helpless. All physicians did for mo was to advlso keeplne qufut. In August last I commenced taking tho and before I had finished God-sen- first bottle I I havo found tho modlclue was a now used four bottles tu all ana am feellug "Jyi-ar- s ot aguanduuvo entirely well I am held a iirudiro against potent medicines all my life, but I will not allow this to prevent giving my testimony to the Croat cure your valuable remedy has wrougut In mo. I do this to show my appreciation ot !r. Miles HAMUF.I, O, STONE. New Heart Cure. Dr. Miles Heart Curo Is sold on A positive that tho first bottlo will benefit. .11 druggist sell It at 11. A bottles for M. or It will bo sent, prepaid, on roce nt of prlca Ly tho Dr. Ulled Medical Co., Eikb&rt, lad. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, Dr. Allies' Heart Cure .!!&,. Hartford Republican I'ridav, May :, 1806. Dreadlul JMIilFl. There arc numerous diseases lmving their origin in the blood, but which on the surface do uot appear to tic it blood disease. Such is Malaria, which Is a poison breathed Into the lungs, nnil thus taken into the blood mid circulated, the entire system with its morbid effects. Those who have suffered from s this dreaded disease know what n condition ensues mid how the vitality is wasted away so that death is often caused by some simple malady, because of the low ebb to which life is reduced by this poverty of blood. This condition of the blood often gives rise to boils, carbuncles, abscesses and ulcers, and not infrequently causes catarrh, bronchitis, and even consumption. Captain Henry Jloml, late of the U. S. man all his Navy, has been a life, and has been in ,all parts of the world, haviuc sailed twice around the Cape of Good Hope, once around Cape Horn and three times through the Suez Canal. Captain Bond resides at the National Military Home, Da) ton, Ohio, aud in a recent letter says: "For thirty-twyears x nave ocen a suuerer lrotn malaria, aud certainly know what this terrible disease is. I have tried remedies in life-lesg o hold out ttio helping lintnl? Docs lie ecr tomhlii ultent over the matter? No, oh no! It in not the nature of tliebittte. With the smut of a hungry, untamed hyena, (diluting for victim he the blood of n tlcfenselc-Ins watched for n lone tlmo wishing lip could get him in bin fiendish dutches) lie turns loose his mlglityi?) pen to try if possible to keep his tin- lottunnte brother down II Woodson had been living in tlietitueol Nero.lie would have at least tttticd the fiddle for the old despot, when Rome burned. As harmless ns n piece o( scotch granite, he is ns venomous ns the deadly cobra, and ns unscrupulous as a digger Indian. If nit people were as tiiisympnthetlcns this mighty wonder ot the 19th century, the world would be uninhabited in a few years. People who had hearts within their bosoms would seek some other sphere by the suicide route il no other could be found, and the population would soon be reduced to such fellows as Woodson beg pardon there are none such Urey would be left alone, and then and uot until then would his vaulting ambition be satisfied. He seems to think he has the only right to exist in the newspaper business in Owensboro, lie has blown his horn about his great paper until he imagines he runs this end of the universe. He is a great exponent of other people's views on one very important question before the people, we mean the financial question. We are in s Ill' I 'III in order to conform our standard to that of other great commercial nations, wc favor it as the standard money of the United Stales ami the maintaining on a parity with it of every other dollar, whether of sliver or paper. llii.,t8'HIJIfVMaBg cmisBfiaiUAajj- - Lim lll).insTnliulrts. Itlp.uiK Tn In lew euro wiust. Itliuiin Tabulm: nt ilniKglrta. Itlii.tiiR Tdlml'W euro lljclnetn. Hip ins T IiiiIoh euro lianilneho. Itiii.irmT.ibiilfRi'ttiH Ilululmce. Iliri.iii'i Tiiliiili'fli'UK!ilypipinM. I 1 General Directory. STATU Ot'l'ICIALS. Governor William O. llnulloy. .1. Worth-ingtoLieut. llovcrnor What is ill- Tiltiilli'MiiKHlal iIIkiiOIiim, !i:nl sympathy with his utterance along those lines, and would hail the day as a blessing to the community if the Lord would change th.it little pevish, petulcut, autocratic, domineering, devilish malignant soul of his into something that would be enthroned in thebreast ofnll men whom God made. As a christian we are willing to pray for him, but as a man we have a con tempt and loathing for all such unrepentant disreputable characters. Owensboro Watchman. of Worthinzton, Ind., "Sun" writes: "You have a valuable prescription in Klectric flit ters, and I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipation and Sick Headache and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could not eat nor digest food, had a backache which never lelt her aud felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Klectric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Price fifty cents and $t 00. Get a Bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. The pension bill reported to the House provides that discontinuances or reductions of pensions shall not be made except for fraud, clerical error, mistake in fact, or recovery from disability. Such legislation is needed to Viilimlile ivditor Morrison A Irrficrlitlnii. E. Sutherland Med. Co : Gents: I write this letter because I believe you have made a discover in a cough, cold, throat and lung remedy that the people ought to have. I 4 refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. I FOILING THE FIRE FIEND have thoroughly tested it and know its wonderful merits. It cures. a remedy of A Good Tiring That Pushes Any one who ever needs never be should this kind Itsolf Along in a Beaiv without a bottle ot Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. tilul Way. Jkruv M.Portck, Glass and Queensware, Paduchah, Ky. Jan, 15. 1S95. A merchant of Gowanda has invenFor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin&Bro , ted a most remarkable apparatus for druggist, and Renfrow Bros , Narsaving stocks of goods from fire. In- rows, Ky. . stead of putting out the fire, the apparatus opens the front of the store, ANTED SALESMEN and the counters, cases and shelving to sell choice lino of Nursery. roll out into the street into their Liberal Salary or Commi'pion paid weekly. Permanent uud Paying po owner's arms. The shelving and counters in the sitions to good men. Special induce store are all portable and mounted on incuts to begiunere. Exclusive terri Write at once tory given if desired. rollers. Attached to the rear end ot for 35 4111 terms to the shelving is a cable which runs HAWKS NURSERY CO,. forward and over n wheel below the Rochhstei:, N. Y. floor in the front of the store To this end of the cable are suspended Teacher "James, what nude you weights sufficiently heavy to over- late?" balance the shelving, cases and goods James "I was pursuing knowlin them, A brake device keeps the edge." weights from setting the machine "Pursuing knowledge? Teacher going. Attached to the lever of the What do you mean?" brake is a combustible cord which James "Why my dog ran ofl with pisses upward into the store and is my spelling book, and I ran after rarried along the walls and ceiling, him." Harper's Round Table. where it will be quickly ignited in Mr. Will Skilltnan has had the sore case of fire. The sundering of the He has tried many coid looses the brake, the weights bear eyes for years. doctors and retue ies, and has always on the cable, and the shelves start failed to get relict until we sold him helter skelter for the front of the a tube of Sutherland's Uagle Uye At the same time the windows Salve, which cured him inside of one Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey and doors open automatically outward week. well and cures. Res'y, and the entire contents of the store sells M. Ml'.VUR & Co , are dumped on the designcs of fire January 15, 1895. Buras, Ky. thieves the shelves fold up when they Sutherland's ISagle Kye Salve has reach the street, presenting only blank done a great deal more for me than can be told by pen. W.H.Skim.sian. wood and glass Buras, Ky. Those who have seen the apparatus For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & tested say that it works admirably. Bro,, druggist, nnd Renlrow Bros., One night a mouse found something Narrows, Ky. palatable in the break cord atrd In a brilliant essay, In Harper's gnawed it in two, whereupon, much Magazine (or May, Brandco Matthews to its consternation the furniture, which evboxes and shelves, with one accord, shows the penalty of humor ery man must pay whose reputation began a swiit movement forward, and is wide enough to pie-ve- nt nn automatic alarm attached to the as a humorist the public from taking him sermachine began to rouse all the inhablabored itants ol Gowanda, the hour being 2 iously. Benjaiuiiie Franklin under this disadvantage, and it is o'clock in the morning. The ingcus ol Mark Twain ious inventor was one of the first on one of the burdens that the public hesitates to accept the scene, an4 his disgust at being him as anythlngelsethaun humorist, routed out by a false alarm was grent-l- y Professor Matthews mitigated by the spectacle of the althougt, as has done some of the the smooth working of his machine, points out, he serious work in American literature. It teems to be a good thing nnd pushes itself along with no help. rllllllll'llll llfMltllllOIIN. Reposing confidence in the wisdom nufTalo Con. justice and patriotism of the people, M'immImiii'm lilt'ii, and believing thata clear, concihc nnd Woodson, in Tuesday morning's unequivocal declaration of the princiliar, shows conclusively to the people ples is due from the party to the votol material he is made of. what kind er we present the following platform A competitor in business has the for the consideration of intelligent niibfortiine to sink below the billows ol the financial sea, while he (Wood-son- ) voters: We are opposed to the free nnd nils is permitted by the Groat God upon ttlt. limited coinage ol sliver, ............ WIIU1II ill' MUIIIO, to M'lt ciest of the wave for the time being. that It would involve the country iu What i'v 4 he do? Docs he say to financial rum. The gold dollar is the his unfitun.te brother. ' I tvm eorry j best dollar and the least subject to foryiu iu misfortune'" Does he lluctatlon, ana lor these reasons.ana K. dis-cashuil-ding. I CAPTAIN BOND. Japan, Egypt, Persia, the West Indies and other parts of the world, but the disease had such a hold upon my system that it was impossible to get relief. After trying all remedies I could get in different countries, and nearly every blood remedy in this country, without the slightest benefit, some one recommended S. S. S. This remedy promptly reached the disease, and has driven it entirely out of my system. I certainly pronounce S. S. S. a blessing to humanity, and heartily recommend it to all suffering from that most dreadful disease, malaria. I have frequently been at the point of death, with a temperature of :o6, and when I began the use of S.S. S. I was so reduced in health, that my condition seemed hopeless. Now I am enjoying the best of health." S.S.S.never fails to cure a blood trouble. Scrofula, eczema, cancer, rheumatism, contaaious blood poison, aud in fact any disorder of the blood is promptly wiped out and cured by it. Do not rely upon d a simple tonic to cure a blood disease. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, and for real blood has no equal. Our valuable books will be mailed free. Address Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. deep-seate- protect the pensioners against the unfriendliness of Democratic officials. We favor a tariff so "regulated ns to Seerctnryof State Charles Finley, ptotect the interest ofnll glasses of 8. Taylor. Attorney General Auditor Samuel U. Stone. our cill.ens upon articles which may Treasurer Geo. W. Long. be successfully manufactured or proCommissioner of Agriculture, Horduced in this country thus insuring Statistics Lucas ticulture nutl good wages to the labor and n home Moore. conmarket to the producer; and this Superintendent Public Instruction-Go- o. nection with this we favor the M. DavUou. of the doctrine of reciRegister Land Office Clias. O. Reynold. procity. Ineurnnco Bureau Commissioncr-- D, We believe that such a system will W. Comingorc. defray every Government expense, Adjutant General 1). R. Collier. gradually liquidate all indebtedness, State Librarian .Mrs. Mary Urown icstore public confidence, put into Day. motion every wheel ot industry, reItAll.lWAI) COMMISSION!:!!1. kindle the fires in our furnaces, .T110 C. Wood, chairman; J. P. the markets for the products Dcmpsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary of our farms and regulate to the rear Samuel 1 llrown. the undue excitement now prevailing concerning the currency. Senators Hon. William C. LindWe believe in an American policy say, Hon. J. C. S. Rlackburn. which will protect Americans and Representative Fourth District American industries in all parts of the Hon. John W. Lewis. STATU I.KOISI.ATUItK. world and will maintain the doctrine of in American afSenator Hon. A. D. James. Representative Ohio Coutity-- Hon. fairs by the monarchies of the Hast. M. Burnett. We sympathire with the people of Cuba in their struggle for independOHIO COUNTY. ence, and trust that their efforts may establish a Republic based upon the CIUCUIT COUIIT. intelligence and patriotism of a tree Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owenspeople. boro. IIou. J. Edwiti Howe, Attorney We believe that the intelligence of its citirens is the safeguard of the re- Owensboro. J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. public, and to that end we believe it G. 11. Likens, Clerk Hartford. is necessary to maintain and' extend 1$. D. Kingo, Master Commissioner our system o f free common schools. Hartford. We indorse the administration ol G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Gov. Bradley as wise, prudent and Ilnrtfntd. patriotic, and especially do we indorse Cal. P. Kcown, Slienir Hartford. his action in calling out the militia Deputies Samuel Keow n Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordnville; Thos. It. to suppress threatened violence and bloodshed during the closing days of Bishop, Centcrtowu; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. the late session of our legislature. Court convenes first Monday in We Indorse the late house ol RepMarch ami August and continues three resentatives for its prompt nnd ade- weeks, ami third Monday in May uud quate measures for the relief ot the November two weeks. COUNTY COURT. State Treasury and the payment of John P. Morton, Judge Hartlnnl. deficit lelt by the late Democratic Ad I). M. Hacker, Clerk Hartford. ministration and condemn the DemoK, Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. cratic majority in the State Senate Court convenes first Monday in for its refusal to assist the House in each month. preserving the honor and maintain(UAKri:ilt.Y COUIIT. Begins on the third Monday in ing the credit of the Commonwealth. Believing in Unavailability and fit- January, April, July uml October. COt'ItTOP CLAIMS. ness of Gov. William O . Bradley as a Convenes first Monday in January, Presidential candidate, mindful of the and Tuesday after the fourth Monday splendid State victory won under his in October. leadership, proud of his executive OTIIKIt COUNTY OITICERS. ability, knowing the soundness of his G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. views on the financial and tariff quesJ. Darnel, Assessor Urouiwell. tions, andconfident that his nomination Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hurt-for- d. will secure for the Republican party the electral vote ot Kentucky and othL. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur er Southern States, we declare him Springs. our choice for the Presidency and inMr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhotise struct the delegates selected by this Keeper, Hartford. convention as delegates from the justices' couists. . Sate at Large to the next Republican J. A. Bowling National Convention to cast their Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, September 19. December 1.9 votes for him as Presidential nomiBtTroni). Ben F. Graves March nee. 20, Juno 2."), September 24, DecemBut, in event his name is with, ber 21. drawn belore the St. Louis ConvenIIaiiti'okii. A S, Aull March 5, tion, and he cease to be voted for June 4, September !1, December 3. C. Rosi.vn. Woodword L. there, then they are directed to cast their votes for Hon. William Mc Kin-le- March 13, June 12, September 11, the great triend of protection, so December 11. Cito.MwKM,. Jont B. AVilson long as his name shall remain before March 7, June 7, September o, Dethe convention. cember 5. ('IiiIiIhiii; Itntr. We will send T nn Rr.ivnucANand either of the following named papers for one year for the amount opposite each name. Look over the list and see what you need and give us a call: Louisville Dental Co., Daily and Sun Courier-Journa- l $S,2S I . C. -- Kip.lliu Tnlillk'H dlli' lillloilciiprtH. Itip.1111 T.iIiiiIpn: one clvi'S relief, I'lpiiiisTiilniliM rnrc lueiilh. ltli.itiTnlmJ('tirui(lmllgrtliii. KiiHii i Talmlc'tniie hirpld liter. it.,' in.. Tdliiilem: rteutln cutli irllc. 11., mi. . T ibulraciircrniiRtliMtlnii, UIviiiRTalnite: for sour Htomnch. lllp.-- i iih Tntxilon pU'iisnnt InMillve. KIlMiis Tiitmlos cure liver troutiloH. Cnstorlu. Is Dr. Samuel l'itelior'H proscription for Inl'iuitu nud Children. It contains neither Opium, IMorplilno nor other Narcotic Mibstnnco. It Is it harmless substitute for l'nri'gorlc, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is lMvnsaiit. Its (luaraiitco Is thirty years' uso by millions ol Mothers. Cnstorlu destroys "Worms and allajs fcverlshness. Cnstorlu prevents vomiting; Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea, and AVIud Colic. Custorla, relieves THE AGGIDEiiTS OF LIFE Wrlle to T. S. QeiNCttv, Drawer 15(1, Chicago, Secretary of the Star Acciiiknt (iimimny, for Information In.iir-iiiK- r. irdlriR Accident Mention (hi. ou cm tive lly ro dotn 1141 liul oter t'UI.WWW lor in: unr. teething' troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Cnstorlu. assimilates tho food, regulates tlio Mnmitcli nnd bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. is tho Children's l'anaeca tlio Mother's I'rleiid. rnemttrshlp fee. cculcutal Injuries. Do your own Agent. NO UJiUICAI, KXAMIN'ATION HrQUiai'.P. Cas-tor- in SWSffiMWNJUMI' Castoria. MCattorl.-- Castoria. for did told me of It. I hASLER'S 2 f. Lan rxrtllrnt nmllclne lis. then. Mother. Iijerc-eatfil1gouU cflict ujiou their children " "Ca.torli l. aoncll adapted tochlldren that recommend It a. tupetlor to any prescript lull II. A. Aucnr , M. II., IU So. Ottoid hi., llrookl)ii, K. Y. I BOOK EYE known to rue." O. C. oc,oon, Lowell, Mn.. 'CMtorlal.the Ut remedy for children of hojie the day U not which I amncquilnted. far itl.tant when mother. Mill KnUlr the teat inUrc.t of their children, nnd ineCa.lor l.i Instead cf Ihe arlou. quacl. no.tr urn. uhich arc de.tro)iii; tlufr tocd om., ty futciug opium, morphine, soothing Mrnp And otlur lurtfut agent, down their throat,, thereby icfkiuj them tj premature Krmc. " Dr. J, 1 KlNUirmr, Couwjy, All. "Our phj.iclan. In the children', depart, ment hate ipoken highly uf their esper!-cuc- e In their outside ptactke with Ca.torh. nnd although vtc only Ime among our rneillc.il .uppllc. what 1. kuomi a. tegular pruduit,, tt we arc free to confe., that the merit, cf CastotU has mm us to look with fivur upon It." I'NITEU llUSI'ITAt, AKD DllrrSSABY, Uostou, Mam. .M.LIN C SMItll. I'll!. P.IIRFS NnTMNI, "UM'.W M PILE .n.noin.rjiiiv straa "'" ' 4 Tho Centaur Company, 77 Murray Strcot, Now York City. K332C53 Louisville, St. Louis West bound trains. I Xn tl No, 43 (i 7 &. Tluse twins run,daily. STATIONS. I.v U. Depot, Louisville . . Texas Railway Company. o 1 tu ''45 "45 8 no 8 43 8 5ti '" . . . Kentucky-Stree- t . 2" 840' . . 7 2.? 7 32 7 3 5 . . . . . . . . . . . 852 9 05 9 14 9 s3 9 3' 9 47 955 10 03 7 55 West Point Howard WilUmdnle Uock Haven I.otlj; Hraiieh llrnndcnlmrir . . .... . . I NO. 42. Knsl bound trains. No 41. Ar, I 00 ill 8 05 p 111 7 S' 1245 I 12 12 1 5 1 2 7 10 7 07 remote (rrm Wjtthinftoa. 5 SenJ n jJel, or pTirto., with evrip-- J 5 ton. (rra o( We alvhe. 1( rtrntjtfc or Jchixte, (.tar Ice tint Cam U. wtent It urnL Hfw toOMftin rtnt,M with J A PAMPMLUT, Jcott t aunc in the U S. And lorttpi luumt.etC iitnt free. AcJrr, an I BEST RgiYlEDYfor PILES. t ' ' Dims? ...! uuninm MtDK? oursw 41,111 nroTAlU wwi. yonrs na tho known for ID MITPIIFS.I w w ' 'KSIiSIJJJBJarjjrN'-- MOI.ll 111' .U.I. IIIU'IKIIHTS. i,.it,2i!3i::.!r uts ::.. sr. i,:s:3. ' CYfti, and TrJe-Mir- oMilnpJtnJ all 1'At-- J patent Otttctt 50u0rrictt0irotiTCU.8. limo Uua tUwcC ' atcQtia Jcm iJecantf diioi 11 804 . . . . I. 8 i.t H 2S . . livinton Webster likron S37 8 45 . S5S 9 02 9 "5 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 IS 22 33 44 5- to 18 I.odiburn . Sample . . Stephenspott . . 1128 it 09 11 no 1051 1042 10 27 10 IS 10 13 It 52 45 37 59 fi 53 0 47 6 59 C.A.SNOW&CO. c. Orr. patint Orricc, W.tMiNQTon, D. ( 24 fi 16 23 10 25 10 58 n Addison . . . . . . Holt ... ... ' (103 5 55 5 4S 5 35 5 31 Cloverport 1042 11 53 05 2S 45 57 -' 5S 11 13 11 18 1 1 . . . . Shops . . . Skilltinn . . . Ilrmrsville . . . l'etric . . . Falcon . . 08 15 r. 25 3S 4S oS 15 "35 1 1 1 1 . . . . . I 111 l.ewisport . Wuittnan . l'owers . . l'ates GiilTith . Jo 10 57 9 53 9 42 9 3 9 9 16 it 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 29 "7 e i.jHi.;,- - v. '4 03 53 40 4" 'fiDREM-iASPATCiiA m !StM KiAi 907 9 i 4 32 4 25 11 00 11 05 II II II II 23 31 19 24 28 35 12 43 12 12 5S I 12 12 12 12 12 07 . . . Owensboro 8 50 8 37 416 ) B&t tV . Mattiui'ly . . 827 05 vraj. . . . S 15 8 10 355 3 44 3 39 Stanley Woithuigtoti Reads . 8 06 7 59 7 52 7 43 7 36 7 2011111 3 36 3 3 3 23 3 3 10 2 SS P m mJ&m ..' i tl xx Fonn-iViM.i:- II II 38 5S 5' . . . . . . . 15pm Spottsville li.isketts Ilcndcrsru . " TASTELESS . . I.v SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY, Tli .nit ti' lai fiWl vi , . t. 3 DT GOING TO THE LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, ln tIlc Avc- - T TB M LCTFOLKS lftntinpiit n by S ff toXj& ft1' Thca"" Building, on 4th bet. Green & Walnut WARRANTED. PRlCilGOcts. iAIATIA,lLU.,NOr.ie.im. I'vlsMMi .i'i' . ' IIj'iii M'. l n jisr. nfl bottles r nt f.rmlint i 'llll.l. 'IONIC Kis.1 Inn OlUIXK'rt TA !' .1 it, Tf.r. Inall Im ittflitthr'i kf". irta.y fie iiima tmsin".,u.rri. II y ir. In hiT IKrrti'i u i utveritM .nun MOiatb viisr.n nniTtrsnUatls uuntnilr, .4Mtuu a yuur ivniv. C0. All'.kV'AtlR ISJUSTAECOOD FORADULT3. itVi i vin Mi ar f'c M tlaco w'laircyou can 11 ' ' ' !,. tl f ft m i . wrhrit 1. f i Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla 1 . . . all llrm, it mural '. u.' iir and put tctlh, and .it prken lower than the Inwett, 25c. and ab-.v.1 In new mien tome day. Teeth eitructed. tcili i' i. Y'ii cai: makenpiiolTitmrnts by mall. All tnnitulatiou free. A Udf al It. o. it Mitfr i1 n. ibtwr, workilono bftter anil for en moncj than In' lue jnurrfrntaltliUonVeUan rijTt eradmtoof not 1pm than Kvr. h"- - r ii MinlriitO uplilc an.t niltlnt; to trite riu any advice per- u.a 'ticial teeth. Wc makectrrjr branch of deutUtry aitjclilty. . .' b!everr pet. CuM flltlrik'' I 00 and up; ltire sOrrr fllllntTK c ir t,ruwn and brtdce work, or teeili without ilatett am "ticn OUR fit PRICCS. break o, guaranteed and ajfalu&t t a pi for fire year. 15cs A a side by Williams & Hell. irbMIAUI-Wl- " without Sunday " y Globe-Democral Semi-Weekle- ... ... j REDUCED . 1 3V1LLE DENTAL PARLORS; rt Tlicntcr Hiiiklins", . Weekly Courier-Journ. Louisville Commercial . . . N. Y. Tribune N.Y. World 1 .10 Chicago Iuter Oceau 1 25 Home & Farm We would be glad to send you any of the above named papers. This offer is good for new Mihscribers and old ones who pay one year in advance thricc-a-wee- 6 25 1 75 . . 1 75 1 25 . 1 25 j (is itli 5t., bet. Green and Walnut. rc- tlctiir Ii lirtlfUn i f m) )tar' mif rlimwt Ni I. fr- ttmriliti 'ilinrifr titltUMinru. .N Marvttuv, HrHikiimr il.'ttt.iiiitwt. 1ml L VU JJ rr. i iff ral lirtith an l n iiiMrilou. It f li(!.dl!ii rw IL 'Hit Kiel us nli cured. && Bread is the Staff of Life." .J&'K PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL r rnnii'uari aiMrr!, wttli ularup miiUffitl .ujr D'J CVVnnW Mi.lr'T tr.llliri.0, ILL, nhJ .li. fin 3rJmysRc!!sbl& B,-, IN EVERY CAN BAKINQ COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY VILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. I OF BALLARD'S OBELISK POWDER WILL BE FOUND A Why not be your own K 'Middle-man- ? . Pay but ono profit between maker and U9ur and tlmt a small Just ono. Our HlB'OOl'aKO t'at(iloiio and Duycra Uuldeprovcstlmt It a potslblo. Welclu poundi, 12,000 Illustrations, dcscrlbcn I 1 1 i t i, it ici.r, i irtljrd, Ky. a.ndtollMtliuono-proflt)rlruorovur4l)0- ritnihiu: i'Iii.yiuiip)'. If a girl is lond ol her needle, she may keep a dainty piece of work on $5 to $7 hand a centre-piecor n bureau Gold Crowns I'orrelain Crowns 3 to 5 or a dolly or two, and embroid- Ikst set ot tcttli (110 better made scarf, er these as ?.he has opportunity, gradno matter how much you pay) . $8 $1 up ually becoming so expert and delt at Gold fillings 75c her needle products eNquisit effects, Silver filling i;.tr;ictiiig pet tooth like those of apainter's brush. Such Painless extracting with Vitalized 25c work is salable and there are always Air 50c Kxtracting tree when Artificial people who will order it for holiday Teeth are ordered. Office permanentor birthday gifts, or for their contributions to fairs, You must not hope ly located. to sell what you do in thisline unless it is really excellent work, but if you are skilled you will lie able to reap Many some profit from your labor. girls earn their money for charity in this way. I know one who trims the family bonnet and hats and so earns Ivastcr and Christmas money for the YOUR GROOM II0RSI5 WITH poor and for her gifts. BONNER'S Among pleasant me thods ot earnIIORSE CLEANER. ing money I must mention the device of Marion, the sixteen-year-o- ld daughter of a Iriend, who pays her a No (lies, fleas.mo'squitos or lice. little salary for keeping n set ot books Removes dandiull, dirt. Leave skin colt and white. lor him. There is, in this case, n pe- Sioo 00 for any case of Mange it will culiar account which the father wishnot cure. es to keep separate from all others, Stops iritation, rubbing. Finefor clipped horses. and Marlon, who has studied bookcleaner of the world. keeping, has charge" of this, her fath- Mane and tall No matting. remunerating her lor her Keeps hair fine, soft andsilky. A hair er willingly grower. time. When n girl's parents are able to pay her for some work which she No bcrntches. Mud will not stick. Aids In shedding. does at home she is to be congratu From Harper's Round Table. Horse Groomed in less than half the lated. 4 W.M.St. OWENSBORO. KY. e, FENCE! FOR Why pay 00 to Horas-Hlnh, 00o. aroiiforfoncavthanyouoanmakothol PlKCncJ BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE OH EARTH a man ana noy can day. from 40 to 60 rods a mnk.I KOver BO styles. iiiuairoiea uaiaioirue sf"! -- 12 TO 20 CENT3 A ROD7 nee, ' -- Chicken Tlsht, , Ill-n- quick. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., o you uso. Wusondtl articles. for 15 con ti I that's not for tho book, bu. to niiy part of tho postaitoor oiprossano, You can't got It too und kocp off Idler Tho More of All the People Michigan Ave.. Chicago. Ornamental S23S tho world would boo substltutu lor ourflno Ornomen-tFence. Deautlful. DuratiiA. strontr. and Chean. Plain satvunltad FENCE WIRE sold to Farmers at! wnoieaaio pneos. circuiaru onu pries List Free. .KITSELMAH BROTHliBS, Dox OS, Rldgovlllo, Inrllnnn. ol Fnc8. IftouhavsaLownnothlmiin . - sT-J- Wanted-iHd- ea rrotiwt your Idfiui th.r may Ijrlni you wealth. U'rlto JOHN WKUDF.IUlilll.N CO., Patent Attorney.. WiulilngKin. I), c. for tbelr tl.Hu) prltooaer au4 list vt two hundred luTcntluna wanted. SS mi tins&suzsx I'KEI'AIUTIONS FOU TI1I3- m CINCINNATI THE QUICKEST LINE' OCTWCCN ciBtllvxj Era u Ot Xivcmbcr ') urn aliemly woll B I LE uiider way, Anov filSMLEpilHlS Direct Connrctlon. for AND THE EAST. Direct Connection, for all 1'olnU In B B Will, HT 01 THE W) !... ffi I TE A IT ii IH'J'OnB ELECTED, AND I i i Ajijft kt, lis ulwayn, ho found in tho thicket ol tho fi;;ht, ImttlinR vipnrously for ynunil Itiiisinn Principle", which will liriiiir Prosperity to tho Niition. THENEWYOHK WEEKLY TKIBUNE is not only tho lemllni; Hcpuhlicnu nnwtjiapcrin tho country, b'lt in Pru'Einiuontly a Nntionnl n RM TMMIWWf j J ra VIa wf mj nj H'5A5j''"J!Wf. T" TT T TT .V4J'..WW U' WJ i i i riliWVrVtW.TOW Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write for Information to the neatest agent of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Soulhncstern K. H. JOHN ECHOLS, time. A tonic; liarmles; removes stains. Keep hair from fading. Half gallon Uxpcnse but a trifle. you want ttit Wit e inert and irteollfle trttU cleans horse If Hy its use 120 times. ueol ly lb UaiUu till yak U as ami tnecUllil nr UU niuutry, boetultuDlr lill. IIA'HIAWAV A I'll .N horse has coat like velvet. Also used . All CJirobl D!Mrl IHtftn on cattle nnd dogs. For milk cows It's ufiuQMU wuraifD. Print balo. Wood an4 d.-r- r a-iin.- ee trvatej dr null allurwiha iatworld by uuI1ok (vr bymnteuj liUulc No fur rata especially valuable in fly time. No. J for vroiovu. 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