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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896050801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BABIES AND Riftte CHILDREN LOVE Ihtrtli no opium orther polisnom atuz In Ithai bctnuitj In the prtetlceofa ftmouf rhvtlcUn fof over years (or Tstihlittf and Aunimer Com. No mollitr ihouM b without fUlot. I won. lumnjtf. rfSf ln flWENS PINK MIXTURE The Hmteobd Republican. OFFICIAL QMN t! W PAR1V IK THE FOURTH CGMESSIQUAL DISTRICT. 26c. and 60c. Bottles. ALL DEAICUS. F.W. FLOYD CO., HOOK tttttl. Ontntboro, Ky. VOL. VIII. KimStS&K HAllTFOllD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY A 8, 1896. Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 41. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST Trip for pearly n-7- -- -r, K n mtm QwijZCNJ '1 U K DELKt HiSLVBUELD CO i T3EIES3L.E:.33. 0 I A party of fivceompoted of Willi-iPetty, Jim and Henry Cuter, I B. nnd A. R. Renfrow made tour r the Pine Knobs, Grayson county, Sunday. April 2G. I,elt the Narrows nt five thirtv-two- , arrived nt Caney- ville seven thirty-two- . limn there we proceeded in a carruge dra vn by two bay speeds and driven by a Mr. flraclher; the roadn were rough and rugged, but the distance of six miles was covered tu une and one quarter 11 f lllfl'lwo Kunli. SPRING MEDICINE IsSimmons liver regulator. Don'' forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the constitution ahd Don't forget the word reck health. RLOULATOR. It Is SIAMONS LlVUU REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other And, besides this, SLUMONs remedies. LIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your kept In good condition. system may-bFOR TUB BLOOD take SIMAVONS LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood Try it nnd note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED the difference. on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and there Is no other 1 Baking RoYal Powder &Z5jcl ' 4BSOZ.UTEE.Y PURE tin: mt.u Mior. .nix. WHEN THE COWS COME HOME, hours. 0 yy Oojclu. W s 0 : 0 2)1) Q 0 IA P I 0 0 P 0 M 0 CO u 0 J loo JPor tla 3Elcta3.c3LsOna.osl:- WRITE FOR CATALOG V- R- Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from THEGEO.DELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, Henderson?Ky now to rati: loiil Miip 'lotinrro. yoimuhi.p wiiii.i: usinii Liver Troubles. Coated Tongue Sallow Complexion Yellow TRY TI10 tobucco habit grows on a ninn until liis nervous syBtein is sariouely it. Brown's Iron Bitters .Pleasant to take. Effective. rmrckast monty OUAHANTCC. Hrown's Iron Bir Tuns. Ukwi t ili;cileJ, Utt to btnffit any person ufTtrmir truni Dytprptla, Malaria, Cliitls jiiJ M4iiey and Troublri, Hitlou&nt. Female Infirmities, Im pUia Bio), Weakness. rrfrftiouhI Kr. Trouble. Iieadtclicor Neuralgia, rt aflectcd, iuiparing health, comfort nnd lnipjunetd. To iiuit suddenly is too severe a eliock to tlio Bystem, as tobacco to 1111 inveterate user becomes n stimulant that his system continually is a scientific craven. "Haco-Cureuro for the tocacco habit, in nit its hums, carefully compounded after tlio formula of mi euiineut Merlin physicians whi has iifi'il it in his private practice since 1872, without a failure. Itispuiely vegetable and guaranteed perfectly harmbesi. You cm uso nil the tobacco you want while taking "Jjaco-Curo- ." It will notify you ww'ii to stop. SVe give a written giiai.tutcc to euro permanently any case with three boxes, or refund the niiney with 10 per cent, iuterest. "U.ico-Cur- o" is not a substitute, but cure, that cures with1. scientific out the aid ot will power and with 110 inconvenience. It leaves tiie system ax pure and free from nicotine, as the day you took your first chew or smoke o" I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon-e- y for sale nt the Store of Messrs. Gann, Burnett & Co's, Grantsburg, III, ,and meeting many commendations lrom different persons of its wonder, ful merits, I thought I would try a bottle. I have been seriously effected for 25 years with a cough and pains in my side and breast that were causing me a miserable life. I spent hun dieds of dollars with doctors and for medicines, but everything failed until lemedy. I tried this wonderlul It beats the world and saved my life. I Honey recommend Dr.Dell's Pine to everybody with weak lunjrs. It is n great success. J. B. KosiiLl.. Tr Grantsburg 111. May20,iSj5. For sale by Z WayneGrifTin & Bro., druggist, nnd Kenliow Bros , Narrows, Ky. 81.10 01) III (iulll UlTCII OP bl'AI.f AND roil SRJ.t,l.0 "STORY CUHA." The International News it Book Co., Baltimore, Md., ofier $150.00 to Danger Mort than talf tit victims of eotisiimf lien A not know Iter it. Hire Is a list of symptoms by which consumption can certiiniy be detected : slight efforts on Cough, one or rising, occurring during thodiy ind frequently during the night. Sborl brtalbiH? after exertion. Cured lty Ikco-Cur- o and gained Thirty pounds. From hundreds of testimonials, tlio originals ot which are on tile nnd open htt to inspection, the following is presents cd. to I Quirk fulst, especially noticeable In the evKimc and after a full meal Chllwth In the evening, followed by Tigttntisef tit ctttt. Sligbtfrcir. Ptrsfiralion toward morninjand TiUfict ' iojion'ji(r. if them, do not delay. There are many preparations which claim to be cures, but Dr, Mrtrfi Cuitiik Rrmt Jr for Consumption has the highest endorsements, and has stood the test of years. It will arrest consumption In its earlier stages, and drive away the symptoms named. It is manufactured by th: Aiker Medicine Co., 16 and IS Chambers St., New York, and soli) , by all reputable druggists. -- n you have tliese symptoms, or any of and languid in the morninj. C!avtnu,NcvnihCo.,Ark.Tiui.28,'J)5. lliirekn Chemical b Mtg,, Co., La Gentlemen: For forty CrosBO, Wis. yeals I used tobacco in all its forms. For twentyfive years of that time I was a grent Bullercr from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldu't. I took various remedies, among others "The Indian Tobacco Antidote." Double Chloridcof Gold." etc., etc., but none of them did mo the least bit of good. Finally, however, I purchased a box ot your "Uaco Curo" and it has entirely cured mo of tlio habit in all its forms, mid I havo increased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from all the numerous aches nnd pritis of body and mind. I could write aquiroof paper upon my ." J8T III QUANTITY. DEBT IN QUALITY. IB WHITES CREAM Yours rcspectlully, P. II. Mauiiuky. Pastor U. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. Sold by nil druggist at 81.00 por ), box; three boxes, (thirty days' S2,f)0 with iron-clwritton guarantee, or eont direct upon receipt of prico. Writo for booklot and proofs, Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., LaCrosso, Wis., and Boston, treat-mentad chauged feelings nnd conditions. Mass. Unn InH nil VJOI1M Rnmnrilna. rEVEflY BOTTLE aUAIMHTEED. HOI.l) 1IY AI.I, 1IUUOUISTH. sicniRnioi ikuiiiMcru., 117- -0 1110. rni? on vranfi f;morlcan Stoam PitlNCETON, K. W. Baghy, a prominent lawyei ofl'.ulucah, Ky., saya that Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whooping cough when all things else IT, ion. failed. It's n newremedy for coughs. Guarantee by nil dealers. Tor sale by 'A. Wayne Griffin & Dro druggist LaundrjgYs and Reulrow Bros., Narrowsf Ky. ' Ky,, Doca the finest work of any TI10 laundry in Kentucky, Good a work is all guaranteed. aro not torn up, hutnro returned in good coudilion. Laundry Shipped on Monday, roturnod on Friday. ,T. IlAitTroni), , Hiii'unuoANB, of the th Congressional District would do us a great faWhy juffer with Coughs, Colds ami LaQrippe when Laxatjvi Brojio vor if they would send in tlio news Quininb will cure you in one day, from each county, Uoea not produce the ringiug in the The theory In the treatment of head like Sulphate of Quinine, Put up in tablets convenient (or taking. coughs, lung and bronchial afiections has been hdvancedby the manufactures Guaranteed to cure, or money refundof Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. For sale by ed. Price, 35 Cents. It is a ttuly a wonderful remedy. All deal, Williams & Hell, Hartford; ers sell it on a positive guarantee, K. V. Williams.BeaverDani; A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; l'or sale by '.. Wayne, Griffiu & Bro., druggist, nut1 Renfrow Bros., NarDrown & Chapman, Centertown; rows, y. Co., Rockport. R. H. He m 1 Kaul Taylok, Ky, Agt. Whenever a druggist tells you he has somethingjustasgoodlorcoughs, grip, etc., as Dr. Dell's PineTnrllons ey don't you believe it, for we guar ante that it is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The ;. 1$, Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky, For sale byZ.Wayne Griffin & Bro,, druggist, nnd Ken f row Bros. Narrows. Ky. anyone selling in three months 175 copies ot their new book, "Story ot Premiums and Spain ami Cuba." liberal commission given for any quantity sold This is one of the greatest selling books out. Many agents make from $5 to $10 a day. A graphic account of the present war nnd the strugge for liberty is given, 100 beautiful illustrations, 500 pages Freight paid and credit given, soct; outfit free if 10 cents is sent for post- out of the way. but at last after a age. Write them immediately. 39 4 long and tiresome walk over hills and hallows, through green briers and This testimonial is unsolicited and bushes w.e found ourselves confronted for the benefit of humanity. My by the great historical Big Mouth daughter has been subject to severe Cave, which we explored from end to colds and croup and olteu taken with violent coughing spells at night. Dr. end, top to bottom. Bell's Pine Tar Honey h the only This cave is historical, because it preparation I have fouiin that will re- is the one in which Dock and Pink lieve her. I think it is as necessary Brown used to hide stolen horses, in the house-hol- d as a Hie preserver some thirty-fiv- e or forty years ago. on n steamboat. Res'y, 11. T,. Jessrl, Fan. 18,1895 It is also the place where many a 202 W.fltidge St., touisvillc, Ky. poor innocent man shed his life blood For sale by Z. WnyueGriffin&Uro., by the hands of his murderers. druggist, and Renfrow Bros., NarLeaving the cave we again went to rows, Ky. the Kuob in search of the rock tobacVnmr Jlrl 11ml Allilcllrt. co barn, where Uncle Dickie Galloway All Vassar girls are fond of the housed tobacco which he raised on the gymnasium, but for Knobs over one hundred years ago. amusements perhaps their You will find chestnut poles in this first choice is for a fine long tramp old house which is said have been over tlte hills, rowing or skating on there over one hundred years. the neat little lake close by, or a game Alter leaving the barn we climbed on the tennis court. "We like to be the clifl where it was so steep that country girls and wear cotton dresses we could hardlvfiud a foot hold, some and go without our hats, said one places so steep that we would lift our healthy student; and the guide up until he could reach a bush statistics of the women physicians in would hold while we would the Infirmary on the top floor, which then he catch him by the feet nnd pull ouris a complete little gem ofau infirmaselves up We worked this way unry, bear witness to the Vassar girls' til the top was reached and of course wise choice of recreative amusements. we were all tired so we rested ourIncreasing interest in athletics has selves on the moss, while we gazed been manifested the past year. Baskon the rugged cliffs, frluged with pine et and bottle ball teams, have been and decorated with flowers. Our imformed, nnd as the college is situated aginations would carry us back years far away from the town, nnd the tenwe could Imagine the nis and ball grounds are in the shel- gone by when dusty skinned ted man looking at ter of the Plaisauce, the students are grand sceuery that we lookencouraged to this sott of exercise and the same ed upon that diy, but we can hardly allowded to count it as time spent in think thut he appreciated the works Grom "A Day at the gymnasium. It that of nature as we appreciated Vassar," In Demorest's Magazine for day. t ed fresh-faced, When he pleads for soundest money. In a way, insistent, chummy, Men discard collars, Cry aloud for honest dollars, And the The tunnel or the fat mans misery Gum Shoe Man. was the next thing that attracted our All ot our party except Like silent prince In days of yore, attention one traveled it; he thought the path Who victors chaplet won and wore. too smalllor his convenience, so went Like Grant the silent on the field, around. After passing through the When .conquered hosts and yield, Is the tunnel we ascended the rock by climbGum Shoe ing a tree, the only wy of ascent or Man. decent to and from the top of he taAs noiseless men who dare and do, ble, wfiich is nhuge stone some twenThough fortune crowns nnd Sirensvuoo ty feet high and about two hundred Are ever toiling through the night. feet in circumference. After leaving Preparing for the coming fight, Is the this rock we passed through the Gum Shoe grand common, a pass from eight to Mau. ten feet wide and fi1tyyr.'rds in length; Geo A. Wallace. on either side are perpendicular cliffs from twenty to fifty feet hight; then MnrtelutiN Itr.nllN. From a letter written by Rev. J. we ascended the highest point of the cliff where we took a peep over a per- Guuderman, of Dimondale, Mich., vj e pendicular precipice one hundred and are permitted to make this extract: fifty feet high, we theu went to the "I have no hesitation in recommendlock house spring where Dock ing Dr. King's New Discovcrj , as Brown, the desperado, and his bother, the results were dlmost marvelous Pink, divided the nine hundred dol- in the case of my wife. While I was lars they received when they robbed pastor of the Baptist Church at Ri ves and muidered Pugh, at Big Mount Junction she was brought do.vn with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Cave. Terrible paroxysms of coughing" After refreshing ourselves with the . pure water lrom this historical spring would last hours with little interup-tion and it seemed as if she could not we at once b?gnu to eat our lunch which was prepared before leaving, survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was each one did justice to the good things set belore him. Immediately quick In it work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles free at alter lunch we started for Big Mouth Williams & Bell's Drug Store. RegCa ic, each one feeling better preparsize 50c. and $1 00. ed for his journey. We drove about ular one mile from the spring then left "Oh dear!" sighed the Hippopotaoar team and went on foot, our guide mus. "I am so tired of this circus got lost and took us about two miles life. I wish some nice little boy would free-silv- We first began U- see way in the distance a range of green capped hills, on traveling fuitherthe rugged clifts ot the Knobs began to make their appearance. At 9'2o we arrived atthe foot of the Knobs nnd immediately began to wander over this wonderlul work ot Nature. The first thing of Interest we came to was the over hanging cliff where the red man sheltered from the rain and snow years ago. At this place you will see mortises dug in the solid rock some fifteen or twenty inches deep and four or five inches in diameter; our guide told us that these mortises were used by the Indians for the purpose of grinding their corn and beans. Taveling along the base some two hundred yards we came to a pass or a road called Jacob's Ladder, which we asceuded to the top of the cliff, some oue hundred feet high. Here we gathered a few wild flowers scattered among the masses and stones, after resting the work of decent be- - . guu wuicn was aown sunuay s lane a longer and more rugged than the ladder. It was nothing more than a bench extending out about three feet from the cliff, commencing nt the summit one hundred feet high and gradually winding around the precipice until it reaches the base. He is mild nnd unassuming, Seldom noisy or presuming, But has heard the world's applauses, Greet the triumph of the cause, Of the Gum Shoe Man. When he mingles with the great, In the Council halls of State, They, his words of wisdom need, And commended the perfect creed, Of the Gum Shoe Man. Though he councils with the poor, Kilters In and shuts the door, They in secret, learn the way, Leading to the brighter way. Of the Gum Shoe Man. When the negroes hear his voice, They grow wiser, mark his choice. And with faith supreme, undying, Rally to the Ages flying, Otthe Gum Shoe Man. When he argues for Protection, Prays a free and fair election, Men percieve he reasons fairly, And converted, come out squarely, Of the Gum Shoe Man. With kllnclo, ltlangle, kllnglr, 'Wax down tho ihmky illiiRle, Tho cows aro coming home; Now Rweot and clear, ami faint and low. The airy tlnkllncs como and co, I.Ik chlmlnga from noma far-of- f tower. Or pattering, ot an April uliower That makes tho daisies grow; Ko-llnkollnglellngle, 'Way down tho darknelng dingle. The cows come .lowly home; o And friends and twilight play.. And Btarry night, and sunny days Coma trooping up tho misty ways When the cows como home. With Jingle, Jangle. Jingle, Soft tones that sweetly mingle. The cows are coming home; Malvlno and Pearl and riorlmel. Dekamp, Ttedroso and Qretchen Schell, Qeen Hess and Bjlph and Spangled Sue-Ac- ross the fields I hear her "loo-oo- " And clung her silver bell; gollnglellngle, With faint, fur sounds that mingle, The c.ws come slowly home; years. of long-gon- e And mother-song- s And baby Joys and childish tears. And youthful hopes and youthful fears, When the cows come home. With rlngle, ranglc, rlnglo. By twos nnd threes and single Tho cows aro coming home; Through violet air we see the town down. And tho summer sun I And tho maple In the hazel glade i iiruw uuwii uiu ihiui u lunger niiuuc, And tho hills are growing brown; torlnglerlngle. By threes and fours and single, Tho cows como slowly home; Tho same sweet sound y of wordless psalm, rest and calm, Tho samo snect June-daTho same sweet scent ot bud and balm. tho cows come home. When ' With tinkle, tankle, tinkle. Through 'fern and periwinkle The cows aro coming home; in tho checkered stream glance and gleam Where the sun-raClarlne, Peachbloom and Phoobo Phyllis knee-dee- p In the creamy lilies Stand In a drowsy dream: To-lln-k, tollnklellnkle. The cows come slowly home; And up through memory's deep ravine e Como the brook's old song and Its sheen. queen. And tho crescent of the Bllver When the cows come home. With kllngle, klanglc, kllngle. With loo-o- o and moo-0- 0 and Jingle, Tho cows aro coming home; And over there on Slerlin hill Hear tho plaintive cry of tho The dewdrops Ho on tho tangled vines, And over the poplars venus smnes. And over tne sucni mm; T IUh Iin.lnn. IrntlnfrlAltnirla. and Jingle With tlng-a-lln- g Tho cows como slowly home; the train bars; down Irftlong-gon- e the songs, let Inflowers, and rain, and Of .For deur old times come back again When tho cows como home. , Agnes E. Mitchell, In Chicago Itecord. Liver lU:.GULATOR-tBi- - Mile you like blAVAlONS LjVER Kingof Liver Remedies. get it. .1. II. Zollln At Co., I'lillailrlpliln. I'a. remedy he I'UuFJitibJOA'AJb OAHD. 0W15NSB0R0, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Ollico, Bank of Commerce Building. JiiH.N.UIriui, .I.N. It. WrillllllK. LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. off r Andmon's (Ofllce, Bnzsnr.) 7 -- W DLTSrTXjIE:, LAWYERS, Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. Tames .Saaciitli, AW fiTTDBI Y JT llAltTFOIHI, KY. Will practico his profession 111 Ohio and adjoining counties, ami court of Anneals. Special attention given t ' Office east side of puHit collections. square. M. L. O'er banks with buttercups Attorneys dt Law HARTFORD, KY. ' Hcavrin. Shblbv Taylor. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, I Will practice thicr profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd in the Court of Appeals. Special attention givcu to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford, Attorney at Law. Beayeb Dam , Ky. Haktfom), Ky. Will practico his profession iu all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining countieB. Also Notary Public. Office, in Conirucrcinl Hotel. Perry Westerfield, -- HEALTH AND HABD TIMES. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING buy me for a pet. I'd love to sit in a little boy's lap and have him call me Fido, nnd let me crawl into his bed and bite his toes every morning like a puppy dog'" Harper' Round Table. Don,t let anyone persuade you to takeauythingelse instead ofSimmons Liver Regulator. Some merchants will try to do this but not .'or your good. Theydoit to make a little more profit on something which is of an inferior quality, though you must pay just as much for the bao as for the good. Be sure to take Simmons Liver Regulator ami nothing else. Look for the Red Z on every package. May. I'll ml I'll ml KcIiIiib I'llc for Symptoms Moisture: intense Itch- Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ing nnd stlnglng;most at night;worsc Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Tetter,. Chap. Fever by scratching. It allowed to continue Rheum, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all tied tumors form, which often bleed and I SkinHunds. Rruptions, and positively cures ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's required. Piles, It is guar-- 1 Ointmknt stops theitching and bleed- nnteedor no payperfect satisfaculon or to give ing, heals ulceration, and in most t motey relundetl. Piice 25 cents pel cases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mall, for so cents. Dr. .box. FOR SALH BY Williams & tf Bell. I Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. I Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. Thr Best Sal,vi: In the world Itiln ha no show with Dr, Miles' IMIn nils. All pain lanlitied t7 Hltes' 1'Aln I'll I. l!liicKliiiru' Ilniiliiiiirt m. The Princeton Banner describes Senator Blackburn's headquarters at Frankfort as follows: "The Democrats nominated for Senator a man who had used every tffort to defeat nominees who would not agree to vote for him, who voted to give 2 cents a pound, the average gathering gloom. ptlce of common tobacco this year to the millionaire manufacturer of su t.ieciric Ulller. gar in Loulsaua, and who never acJiliric Bitters is n medicine suited SPECIALTY; complished anything in life but talk, for any season, but perhaps more Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat, talk, talk. generally need, when the languid exs UVANSVILL15, IND. A description of his campaign at hau sited feeling prevails, when the Frankfort is disgusting- to every so- liver is n torpid nnd sluggish and the Office 416 Upp. First st. ber, decent Democrat. An eye wit- need of a tonic nnd alterative is felt. ness relates that his headquarters A prompt use of this medicine has ofwere more like a hog yen than like a ten averted long nnd perhaps fatal place for men to meet, A bar, where bilious fevers. No medicine will act free whisky was served, occupied one more surely in counteracting and end, and this was offered by a big freeing the system from the malarial negro, A dresser in the room was poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness yield to Kiectric used as a sideboard' whisky and sugar had been spilled in the drawers Bitters. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at and had run out on theoutsldc, where? Williams & Bell's Drug Store. the sugar had dried streaks and Monthly ruins rured ! Dr, Miles' Pain rills. streams. Quids ot tobacco and stumps ot cigars covered the floor so HARTFORD, KF.NTUCKY. tliat it was almost impossible to put Is prepared to do any nnd nil kinds down a foot without getting on them. When IUby mi tick, wo jure hr CutorU. of Dental Operations, Prices most A shallow sea of tobacco juice coversho iu a CliIIJ, she cried for CutorU. When reasonable. Office over Williams & When she became MUs, sho clung to CutorU, ed all, nnd altogether a nastier place Bell's Drug Stote, When she iuklCMUrvn thsgaretaeuiGutorU. could not be imagined. Many of his Vitalized air or laughing air adwarmest supporters never showed ministered for whiles oxtractiou ot icoth' themselves in this d;n of filth, -- J. E. Parker, billiard expert and to another man ho mot on Dearborn street tho other I--I. night, says tho Chicago Inter Ocean. "Billrard')? No. Billiards aro, just n trlflo quiot just now, though I1 seo n match or two In tho near future.' Hartford, Ky. Just now'I am going to New York in prattico his profeseion iu all the Interest of tho coffin Industry.' No, 'that Isn't strange; I was in com- WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining mercial Ufo before I went Into tho counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. ibilliard business. Office next door below Commeri "How's tlio coffin business? It's, trad. I don't supposo you ever gavo cial Hotel. much thought to that profession:) Its funny, though a fact, thatinj financial hard times deaths aro few; tho mortality rato goes down to zero. HARTFORD, KY. Account for it? Sure tiling. Wheat Will practice his profession in all th monoy is plenty peoplo load up their courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. stomachs with largo cold bottles, Careful attention will bo given to al angel food, Roque- business entrusted to his care. smalt, hot birds, Col fort checso and Imported asparagus. lectious n specialty. Office over Ohio This, mark you, on a stomach origi-- l Couuty Bank. Also Notary Public. nally built to accommodate pork and Ibeans and flapjacks acts disastrously. 3ES. DLP. aXTEj-AJL- i, 'Henco busy days for tho registrar of (Cbriiity .dHorney) vital statistics and tho undertaker. When monoy Is scarce tho ordinary .citizen returns to his natural diet of HARTFORD, KY. corned beef and cabbage and potatoes Will practico his profession in tho with their jackots on. Thcn'como Courts of Ohio and adjoining comitho cold days for the coffin builder, ties. Special attention given to col,and tho registrar uforcsaid sticks his lections'. Office in Courthouse. 'foct up on Ids desk and smokes JNO. B. WILSON, tcigarottea all day. 'Coffin trust? It's dead. Used to bo known as tho National Burial HARTFORD, KY. (Casltot association. That's dead and attention given to Business all split up now- SPECIAL making abstracts, &c, Tsuriod. adays. Ono lot of firms furnishes also Nttary Public for Ohio County. tho caskets, another tho handles you Office North side of public spure. cling to when convoying your dead R. E. LEES1M.MERMAN, friend downstairs, still another has monopoly of supplying tho 'studs,' or llttlo nails that decorate tho box, while yot another does a land offico , Haiittoiu), Ky. Tmsinosa In shrouds. .Lot mo taKo Will prnclico his profession in nil the your order for a frilled shroud? No? Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and tho caskot fiend Collections carefully mid promptly atWell, good-by,- " .defiantly lit another cigarette, tended to. Office with T. J. Smith grinned and disappeared In tho & Co., Market Street. A Man in the Coffin Business Tell Why They Go Together. "I am In a hurry," said Mr. Charles pnnuT W. BARNES uv) Hi p Attohney at Law, Attorney at taw, Attorney at -- jaw Attorney at Iaw )r.. fi. umaer - J. R. PIRTLE 1 DENTIST 'gV 1 -- H- .JW - , IT'S DOLLARS TO CENTS That you part with your money After getting with some icliictnncc. money the difficulty is to keep it. llsn't it true that you nrc constantly tempted to part with it. If you nsk us if we nre putting temptation in your way, there's nothing left for us but to own up, that's just what we nre doing. You know it may easily be ns foolish to keep money as it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in the tempting form of our immense Bargains purchased for spot cash. Printing prices in an advertisement concys but nn indistinct idea ol the qualities you nre to receive for those ', .prices. Nothing flows so Ireely lrom the facile pen of some advertiscrsns false hoods. It is just as easy to write n big lie or a little one as to tell the truth. To write "Reduced from $2 to Si" is no more labor than to tfrlte "Reduced from $2 to $1.50," but in the minds of some merchants is effective. In many deemed more instances the phrases "Marked Downl" "Reduced to," "Worth so and so." are meaningless expressions when "Sifted Down." Quoting an article as being reduced from a certain high price to a specified low price is no evidence of worth unless there be intrinsic value in the article. Good quality and low price must be linked together in order to produce n barcraln. It is an easvmatterto men tion prices, but a very difficult thing j to describe qualities the latter must be seen to be correctly judged. If an advertiser could attach a sample of the goods advertised at a certain price to each copy of the newspaper in which his announcement is published they could see at n glance how near the truth the description came, but as this is impossible, resort is had in many instances to the reckless use of superlativeadjectives in describing qualities, styles and values that are proven to be ridiculously false when the goods are seen. When you wantdry goods, notions, clothing, boots and shoes, hats, caps, furnishing goods, groceries, trunks, valises, etc., see our goods before you spend your money. Yours for best values, Wi: earnestly appeal to our sub. lion as a scapo goat for their mimcrt No fcribcre, who nro in the arrears, to our sins they had committccd. Wo one over heard n Democrat talk bo como in nntl eettlo nt once. NEED THE MONEY WHICH yolubly about finances ns they nro now doing, until their tnrifl law so utYOU OWE US. terly eollnpsed, Democrats heretoJiHTwalt until n Republican Pres- fore have succeeded in getting votes ident ml Congress is elected; then by the cry of Wolf! Woll! A tho financial question will be disponed boy mice, while nut tending his of futfofnctorily to llin ulmlu pi'uplp. dlitfep, iiimisul himself occasionally In fact nil wrong tilings will bo right- by crying woll! woll! His neighbors Btopped dur- would run to his assistance only to ed; our industries rule and ruin, will ing Democratic find that tho boy was only In fun. again spriug forth under tho benig- One bright day the wolves did come nant inlluenco of n Protective Turifl. down on his fold iu earnest. He cried is given out by experts that tho long and loud for ussistunco, but his per capita of our common school fund friend1 having been reapeatcdly fool will bo considerably less than it was ed failed to respond to hii cries fur Consequently the wolves delast year. This is caused by a bin . hclf. voured his sheep. der of tho last Democratic Stale AdSo with Democracy. Thoy first ministration in making a mistake in last year's appropriation. They al- declared that tho people were being lotted ton much to school purposes and destroyed by the robber Tarifi', They 11 hep-heid BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. Robin Hood gives Somo Nows Notes and Local Hap- pollings. IlAUius'snURK, May 6th. Messrs Mac Avitt, ol Prestan, nml Doc Gray, of Meade county, wete in town last week. They nre looking out for the public school hcic. Mr. J. L Cast who has been teaching school down iu Mississippi has returned to his home in this county. He is nu applicant for the public school at our place. Attorney Geo, W. Jolly, of O.vens-bor- o, was in town last week on legal difficult to convince- people their blood In Impure, until dreadful caibunclcs, abscesses, boils, sciof-ul- a or salt rheum, are painful proof of tho fact. It is wisdom now, or whenever there is any indication of It is often Boils jTarnifarel fTCirffltarell Impure blood, to tako Hood's Sarsauarllln, nnd prevent such eruptions and suffering. "I hid dreadful carbuncle abscess, red, fiery, flcrco and sore. Tho doctor attended mo over seven weeks. When tho abscess broke, the pains w cro terrible, and I thought I ehould not live through It. I heard and read so much about Hood's Barsiparllla, that I decided to take It, and my husband, who was suffering with bolls, took it also. It aoon purified our ovlng better than thonv that our Ftiriiitmu tcnt oragc which simply menus that our Furtiituro is nbovo tho average, nnd that menus n good deal too, imuiuhns when the quality id Furniture aver ages better. built mo up and restored my health so Iu buying Fiirniturodooiie or two thingx before you buy any thing. that, although tho doctor Mid I would Make up your mind how much ou want lo tpend nud teo what wo can give not bo able to work hard, I hare ilnco you for that amount, or ehu iiiiiku up oiir mind what grndo of Furnituro dene tho work for 20 people. Hood's cured my husband of the bolls, you want nud compare our price with that ot others. Always the lowest 011 and wo regard It a wonderful medicine?' same Kt Ann Street, pinde of Furniture. Jtiriliive itimatd lo Mbs. Anna I'etkbbon, Latimer, Kanra. 115 12t Owensboro, Ky. It 11 business. now the Republican Administration is forced to diminish the per capita in order to rectify the error of thu DemAud thuj it in, wo ocratic officials. still nre mado to suffer from the of tho Democratic party. How long, 0, Lord, how long! In commenting on Gov. Bradley this week tho JJeratd sajs truthfully, "Perhaps no ofiicial ever sat in the Governor's chair for so short a lime aud created so much gencial dissatisfaction for of tho 11)3,521 Democrats who voted for Wat Hardin we hear of very few who are at nil 'satisfied' with anything that Governor It one docs apBradley does." prove au act of the Governor he is promptly read out of the Democratic party by such partisan sheets ns Yes, Kentucky Demothe Jfeiald. crats are dissatisfied with Governor Bradley because ho is not 11 Democrat. Hon. J. C S. Blackburn, it seems, does not detire to bo beaten in his So far he has been mic own party. cetshil in ruling the roost iu the Democratic circles. But whilst he is cockol the walk iu bis own crowd, lie has brought defeat on his whole party Howby his obstreperous conduct. ever it is entirely immaterial as to how Mr. Blackburn is suppressed. It is of no importance whether he is deJ.B. Bir, Beaver Dam, Ky. feated in his own party or whether he Terry WESTERriELD, Salesmau. be returned to private life by the people. The matter of first imporThere tance is to get rid of him. should be no quibbling as to the manEilHor. HIM A. AXlillltSOS ner of his political decease. Hartford Republican Friday, May 8, 1896. Subscription, $1.25 per year. Rates and Terms. JUDGE It is PULLIAM'S PAR DON. Subscriptions $1.25 per annum in advance. Local notices 10c per line first insertion and sc each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 50 per line, and must invaribly be paid for in advance, unless party ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work of all kinds promptly and neatly executed. in bad taste for such papers as the Hartford Jferald to critcizo Gov. Bradley for pardoning Judge Pulli-aand in commenting on same say. ing: "In the name of all good reason on, when will Governor Bradley let up on this wholesale pardoning business?" When the owners and editors of said sheet are among the hundreds of other good citizens who petitioned Governor Brown to pardon this same m Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1890. For Congress, Hon. Jno. W. Lewis. are owing us on subscription, please call and settle at ONCE. Tho tag on your paper will indicate Now, we are how much you owe. earnest about this matter and in MUST have money. We have made repeated appeals, to some of you in regard to your accounts,but you have not responded. It takes money to pay our bills, nud a few dollars from greatly. us very you will assist Plenso attend to this and let us hear from you without delay. Ir you gess, which also receives tho attention of the Jfnali), we will stuto that H. H. Homes, the murderer, was among the numerous petitions asking hung at Philadelphia yesterday. that ho be paidoned aro letters from Judge L. P. Little, who presided at A'rpresent thero is a ttrikiug simi- Burgess' trial; Hon. Jno Xoe, who larity existing between tho Louiswas Commonwealth's Attorney nud ville Base Bull club and tho Demowho prosecuted him, and McUemy cratic parly, in that both are tail en Ilhotids, lalo editor and pari owner ders and bid lair to letunin so. of the On this we'll ttxy no more only to mid that if tho good Tin: Scott Jackson trial is still in ciUeus don't wuut convicts pardoned, Tho defense progress at N ewport. that they ehould not petition our has rested its caso and tho prosecution Governors to grant same. Don't usk is introducing witnesses in rebuttal. for something and then, like the I thus been n sensational trial throughHerald, kick because, you get what out, you asked for. A noticeable feature of thoso gcr WOLF! WOLF! tlenieu spoken of in connection with Tho Democrats four years ugo told tho Democratic nomination for Prcsi people that they were the victims dent, is that each is trying to do less tho of tho Bobber Tarifi, which robbed than the other to secure the honor tho poor and put their nioiioy into if it is tin honor. the elphant pocket of tho millionaire The great Elleudalo Fair will bo and manufacturer. Turn the rascals held at Curdsville from July 28 to out, said they, mid put us 111; then wo August 1 inclusive. Tho Fair prom-- he will overturn the iniquitous McKin to excel nil former efiorts this ley tariff. After this destruction of year. Mr. Rapier h untiring in his tho tariff law thoy informed the peoefforts to makothe Fair a success ami plo that Cornucopia would bo upwell has ho succeeded. turned nnd prosperity would How like a river throughout tho land. Tho Ninetknthb of those gentlemen peoplo listened to the voice ol Dewho expatiate about tho financial mocracy and the Republican party question do not know whereof they met witli disastrous defeat at the Thero is more ignoranco polls. Democrats took supremo con speuk, umong tho peoplo concerning this trot. The McKiuley tarifi law was question llmu any und all others. repealed and that "cowardly make And us a gcuernl thing ho who knows shift" known m the Wilson bill was least', talks most and loudest. In substituted for it. Immediately an iiiojf of this witness the cavorting of era of busmen depression bejriw. lion, J, U.S. Blackburn. The Democrats seeing that their tnrifl measure had prostiutcd tho en- -' tiro business interests of the country, Vu Ifi Hot tUKta nnlnt All ILat isiis, LCJ Lough Sjrup. TuteiOuul. In tlrntt Hold brdruffift.li Frl 11 began to look around for nu excuse, j and they let upon the financial ques Bra Brush won the Kentucky Derby nt Louisville Wedneseay. Judge Pulliaiu. Yes,among the hundreds of citizens of Ohio couuty who have asked for the pardon ot Judge Pulliamand whose petitions were also considered by Gov. Bradley are recorded the Dames of Rowan Holbrook, County Clerk of Ohio county; Jno. P. Barrett, Master Comissioner of Ohio county; W. G. Hnrdwick, Circuit Clerk of Ohio couuty; F. L. Felix, County Attorney of Ohio county, and who is now editor and proprietor of the Iferald. Besides this Ben D. Bingo, tho former editor and part owner of said sheet, wrote u personal letter asking to parn don Judge Pulliam, which letter was, no doubt. also considered byGov.Brad-ley- . Wo do not censure auy of these citizens for asking the pardon, us we too asked for it but tho JJerald'a is what amuses or rather disgusts us and we only desire to call attention to it. As to. the pardomug of Fred Burs Gov-Brow- JaalJ IIM niPAKS TAIlULm rotWV.t MtAU Hii l'lniirl. til nit Inn-liIn ksiawn fir IadictsstloBi IIIHohihc. Iledftfcc.Cattptlo,I7ppIattW0.lsi The dedication setvicesweie attendI4vrTrubl,UUilnri.lUdCoinlfilonf ed Sunday, May 3, in the Victory Offvailre and all dU Irettrr,the Blomach, lraiBt and lUtrcU. J,l?er nlcri f community by one of the largest Klptni Tabulefl contain tiothlor Injurious to th mow I dtlirtte coDitltutlon. Are tijcsuuiit tu fclTH crowds of people every assembled in ' ak. Mf, effectual, nJLux. ImnifrdUte rlkf lrlo-4- C May bo ordartnl cenU per through Bttimdmfr2iit or tiualL boinpl nc me county on sucu an occasion YUl.lOcfuU Adilreu THE r.lrANU CHEMICAL CO., dedicatorial siriuou was preached by 10 SfHUCG STItsCKT, NKW YOItK CITY. Rev. O. M Wilson lrom Acts 20:28 I.tTtllr, Subject' 'The Universal Church or Ilnrxei llri'nUlsiir. .ir. i'i. i:NA.vr. Prof. C. C Cliue, of Cincinnati, I am prepared to handle liorses,nnd Health ot this community is good. God," A collection was taken amountdeliver three lectures in town of will ing to one hitndrc nud fifty dollars. 111, ike a specialty ot bteaking horses Rev. Jo. B Rogers filled his reguCatholicism. Hartford, on Roman Prices reasA bountilnl diuner was provided on that have been spolftd. lar appointment nt Mt 'Ami on last Tlio Prnfessnr Is n converted Driest everybody wns filled onable nnil work guaranteed. the ground and Sunday, Wash Duncan, Hartford. and oflers one hundred dollars lor the Ill Misses Anule and Nan Hatler were and food to spare. a single "lorged, bogus" or use of Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years conferred the honor of The people the guests of Miss Itmma Liles last unfair trfinstntlnn of documents (ill fit. 618 Mouroe street, naming the new church upon the pas- old, living at Sunday, Ky., says thnt Dr. Bell's Pine ed. The good people of Hartlord in honor of his chilhood Tur Honey is the best grip cure, Several of our young lolks attended tor, and have been visited twiceby Mr. Drury, the dedication at Victory last Sunday. church he nntned it "Hamlin Chap- cough, lung and bronchial remedy a Missionary of the Romnn Catholic that has been o fie red to the people el " May God bless the church. Dot. church. Mr Drury delivered a seduring her lile,. Guaranteed by. Z. l I.cllrrM, ries ot lectures each time, in which he Impoverished blood causes that Wayne Griffin & lire, dtuggUt, nnd Kenfrow Bros,, Nor rows, Ky, If Letters In the Hartford i.ft forth Roman Catholic doctrines. tired feeling, Hood's Sarsaparilla You are enruestly solicited to hear not called for In .to ilavs will he sent purifies, enriches und vitalizes the ARMI8TEAD JONES, ' l'ml Ollnc iirtsetit tl'e other tilde of to the Dead Letter Oflice nt Wishing! blood und gives vigor nnd ltality. " thn question. These lecture will be. ton, D. C.i ' To tebtoic gray hair to its natural Mrs. Lucy A. Ward, Mrs. Luella HAItTFOKD, KY.. gin nn the night (it the 2oth ol May, Howe, W. l Taylor, Mltrn Muggie color ns in youth, cause it to grow Will prnctlcu In nil thu Courts ol Ohio 1896, and will be free. abundant nud strong, there is no bet- unci adjoining counties Quinn, Robert L. Honer, Bpcclal nt J S, ClI.VNDMilt, I Office tontlou given to collections, J. S. Coi.niAN, I'ersons calling for tlie ubove letters . ter preparation than Hall's Hair with County Attorney, Gihpw.P.M. P. Hicks, say advertised. W.H J I mn 1 Mr. H. Beard who has been made Assistant Wnrden at lJddyvllte, and his family have gone to that place where they will reside. Mr. Be.ud raised tho cry of wolf!" The people has entered upon the dischurge of his responded but found thero wero no official duties. We predict that Mr. Now the Democrats claim Beard will make faithful nnd effwolves. that the Republicans nre all gold icient officer. bugs and will legislate in favor of Mr. lid G. Heard went to Louisvil'e Wall Street, bankers and capitalists. last week to accept a position with Again they are shouting woll! woll! W. n. Belknap & Co. lCd carries But the people have growu tired of with him the good wishes of every tliis cry and Democracy will bo kit to man, woman, and child in this town. die. Judge Pullman who was rtcently granted a pirdon by Gov. Brndley I'lly CollirtorMinrl. City Tax Collector. Simmons, of was In town Monday, greeting friends. Owensboro. is shoit in his accounts, The Judge is fleshier than he used to brought on by his son. Postmaster be nnd looks well. Simmons. The elder Simmons placMr. William Beard went to IMdy-vill- e ed explicit confidence iu his sou, and last Saturday. He has a posihe wrote checks lor the old gentle- tion as guard in the penitentiary at man aud used the money lor his own that place. He 'vill move his family benefit. Mr. John Iee has been apthere about the first of June. pointed postmaster and Mr. H. P, Mr. Jesse Whiteworth and wife Thompkins has been appointed Col- spent Sunday at McDnuiels the guest lector, pending an investigation. of Mr. John A. Heston m Hi;iHllN'fVll llin Ntftr.1. Rev. E, K P.ite filled his regular A vast mass ol direct, unitupench-ab- le appointment at the M. 15 Church testimony proves beyond any Smith Sunday night. He announced possibility ot doublt that Hood's S.ir- - r that he would observe Childrens Day sapatilla ncttnlly does perfectly and on the 3rd Sunday in this month and permanently cures diseases caused by ' would preach to the children, aud impure blood. Its records ot cures is take up colle-tio- n on that day. uuequalled and these cures have often Rev Dr. Kerr. presHin: elder of been accomplished alterall other prepthe Bowling Green disttlct, M. 15. arations had failed. Church, having been appointed chapHood's Pills cure all liver ill, bil- lain of the Kddyville penitentiary, iousness, jaundice, indigestion, sick there is now a vacancy in that district. We understand that Rev S. W. Shel-to- n headache. of this place will be made elder of MIltr.VK. the district. No better appointment Mr. J. M. Shreve and family were the guest of Luther Shreveand family could be made. Rev Shelton is well qualified for, the responsible place and on last Sunday. fill it with credit, ilis fiieuds Rev. Coleman, of Magan, held a di- will congratulate him on his promotion. vine series at Pleasant Grove on SunMooNSiUNr.: Messrs. Henry Tayday, April 26th. lor and Frank Birkhead of this counMr, S. H. Godsey has been engaged to teach the New liatuus School this ty were brought into town last Friday lodged in jail charged with fall. Mr. Godsey is an astute teacher night and and we bespeak for the people a good telling liquor in a local option precinct. They waived an e.iartiining school. Wallace Rosson went to Fordsville trial, and their bind was fixed at $400.00 being unable at the time to Saturday on business. give bnrd they were sent to jail. R. B. Whittinghill and family visited John Armstrong and family Sun- They were arrested by Dr. McMullin and Mr. John Heston of McDaniels day. S, A, Pate. to Mr. Wade Monroe, of Industry, and turned over sheriff, It is understood that these gentlemen West Virginia, is in the community made their own whisky which they on business paddled around in the McDaniels preMrs. Nan Rogers Whetherford, who has been ill of consumption tor cinct. Citizens got tired of it aud some time, died on the 27th of April. their a rest was the result. Vamoosed: Young Kd McGuffin After funeral obsequies conducted by Oldham, her remains were laid who has been agent of the L. St. L. Rev. to rest in Pleasant Grave cemetery to & T. R. R. at Harncd, and also exawait their ultimate destiny. She press agent aud postmaster at the same place, has lelt this country for leaves a husbind two children a mulfriends and relatives to parts unknown. It has been ascertitude of tained that he was short in his nc mourn her sad demise. counts with the railroad and express Timidis. office to the amount of cue hundred oi.vro.v. dollars or thereabouts. Health of this community is good. A Chanoc ok Faith: Mr. John Wheat and oats arc looking well. Hook of this place, a prominent memSome of our farmers are planting ber of the Baptist Church, joined the corn. M. 12. Church South last Sunday Born to the wife of Calvin White evening. Mr. Hook has always been on the 28th ot last month. considered a firm believer in the Good luck to Tub KWunucAN. teachings of the Baptist Church and And now, gentlemen and voters of his sudden desertion of his church Ohio county, I ieel it somewhat my was a surprise to every one. duty to bay something or do some Shot to Kin.: Reports have thing that would benefit our good come to this place that n shooting Not that I old Republican pirty. scrape occurred at Falls of Rough last think that we need any more voters Friday. Two men named Monohan but want to help select men for our and Skaggs nlias "Stutters" engaged Gentlemen, while county officers in a game of cards in which Monohan nominations are in order I want to lost. Aftwnrds Skaggs came to some good make a small selection of place of business nt which men I think that I would like to see cider was in tip, and threatened to elected in November, 1897, and now clear out the establishment. This this is my chrice at present: R R. brought on the difficulty which reWedding lor County Judge; M. S. sulted in Sleighs In in'.' shot in the Kagland for County Court Clerk ;Saui back the bullet coniuitf out at his A. Anderson fir Circuit Court Clerk, breast. Monohan was it lnrti- - accorand V. l Taylor lor School Superin-tetulen- t. ding tu last reporti with fficer In Gentlemen, I think this is Roiiin llooii. pursuit. We should important. A 1'lfilHHlll r.vl'lllllL' choose good tru.sty men to attend to This evening at the Court House our county iiflalrs nnd to my best be jjle.isiut nd we judgment I have made u good selec- promises to trust a profitable evening. The occation. Now, I have this much more being n play gotten up by the to say, I am proud to know that we sion Adelphiau and Hypatinn Societies have enough good Republicans who "The Hemic Dutchman of '76 " They went out and voted at the special have gone to considerable expense to election to down the Populists nnd for the play nnd Miould be the broken down Democracy both to- prepire liberally patronized by our people. gether. So I ill clobe by wishing Tickets nre now on Bile nt Willi wis our paper success and hope the Re& Bell's drugstore. publicans will all subscribe for it If Besides the iniiu play they will goes well, I will come ngain. this have a laughing ftrce entitled the Yours truly, "Sweet Family." I'very'HKly be on S. L St Clair. hand 11 1 11 Blood CARRES When it movnl JiMOUSlY 11 22fl-'J.'- ll Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Wood l'urlfler. All ilnipshti. 1 1 cure llwllli.wujrlo take. cay to upvrjte. aceiiu nOOU S Siu,cee"or to Martin & Smith. a v IJIS Recent rains hne improved the outlook lor a crop ol wheat and o'ats A Inil storm struck this place Friday Mrs. W. A. FtcMeuntid I H Moris are dangerous!) sick. G W. Hints has the mcnsles Mr. Win. Slewait und wife. Illinois, are visiting in these iiaits. Mi.s Lul.i Johnson, of Sn'phur Springs, visiteil Alice and Mag Morris last week. . Wnlter Gray and family, ol near Owensboro. visited thefunilyof Alex Grigsby lust ol the week. Misses Nettle nud IIorteu.se Rogers. Beaver Dim. aie visiting in this nek'liL) JIMIII. it 41 iV Yf rhool I will just say to Mr. McK, of Point Pleasant, don't be uneasy ubout the fj"JflHHHHH Rnn'UMCAN office, Sam Andeisou can do all the work of both places, aud do Plow Bov. it well. t itur riijklntl Cmiilllluu Needs atteulion at this time. If you are tired, weak and nervous, it is clear that your blood is impure, and without doubt there has been too much over-woor strain on brain and body. The course ol treatment lor such a condition in plain nnd simple. The blood must first be purified so that the nervous system, nnd in fact all the organs will be fed upon pure blood Intelligent people without number have testified that the best blodd purifier, nerve tonic and is strength imparting medicine Nervousness, Hood's Susapirilli. loss of sleep and general debility nil vanish when Hood's Sarsaparilla is persistently taken; in a work, health and happiness follow alter taking Hool's Sirsap irill.i rk g RePSnt 811.50 Y? CARSON & CO. $11.50 m Kitselman Bros . Ridgevillc, Ind., are not only tn mui.irtuting the best woven wire truer niiiehine in the world, but aie enabling farmers to build their fences at the actual cost of , the wlte. Farmers nre nearly all finished plowing corn in this locality. A relreshliv rain was welcomely received bv us last week. Mr Lon Stevens, wife and sister, Nannie Stevens, visited relatives at McHcnry last Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. Hugh Rntch nnd wife were the guest of T. W Lee on Sunday last. T. W. Lee and lady and others of our community nttended the dedicant Victory. tion last Cut worms nre doing serious dam-ag- f t i.ur gardens A grand social was given at Mr. N. G. Pattous last Thursday night. Fine music furnished by the Clark Hand. B. Best Bedroom Suit river W $ 11 a-G)0 CAN'T US! Bed, Wash- 4-- - 1 nwrl Offered for Dresser. NICE BEVEL PLATE GLASS nirriii:!.. ABSOLUTELY UNEQUALLED As regaros size, durability. L similar bargains at the Hundredsjof IT K S. WOLF, 112 West Main Strcet,Owensboro. Howard $11.50 EGGS AND POULTRY. slilptbtm to us, HERN00N-CARTE- $11.50.. ..,, Ajrr's Pills nre leeommended by lending plnslcians und druggists, as as the tu mt prompt and efficient teni-nl- v (or bi'imisness, insert coitfven-es- s, 11 ii'I.M"tion. slnuishness ot the live', jiuntlicc. nnd sick hetdache: nlso to telieve rnlds, fevers, luural-g- ii ml rheumatism As the slrenght of a building depends upon the solidity ol its foundation, so health depends upon the condition ol the blood. To exnel impurities and causes the vital fluid to be- Ayer's come vit;oious nndlile-givint.Sarsaparilla is the most powerful and effective medicine in iff. ', Weare In a position to mskc Itdcclilnlly toyour Interest todoso. we .n DBDuiccrrr7 thlnsr raited on a farm on commliilon in If vu h, uihinn yourself of our services. We do an Immense business and have more buyers tban'othcr bouses. Correspondence Invited. 1'ilce currents mailed free ou application. CO. (incorp'd), rv"? u Cour n a " The Leading Commission Merchants, Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY UgWj ABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND DOWELS AND PURIFY vPPL. R.I.P.A.N-- TIP TOP IS TIIK NAME OP OUIt NEW THE DLOOD. ZBic 37 One of th best cl e WHEELS limit. It la Strong, Light and Good. All tho latost Improvomdnts; i largo Barrel Hub, narrow troad, full Ball boarlng and Strictly High Grndo In ovory rospoct, prlco only $60.00 spoclal pricos to clubs. 1 WHITE TV ill 1 L FOR CATALOGUE Also Agents for tho Victor, N a p o I eon, s Ailtf-rtlsrt- Post-offic- e Attorney at law, Hnliday, Barnes & Overland. HILL&STEITLER Wholesule er. Haidware& Bicycles KY, OWnNSOORO, - .- - .- - f rl iummi UUHUWi THE R & G CORSET. The Only One To Stand the Test. llliain Oopp, whoso father ltcv. was n physician for over fifty jcars, in New Jersey, and who himself spent many years preparing for tio, y practice of medicine, b.tit entered the ministry of tin M. i:. Church, wiites: "I tun glad totuotifi th.it I liavo bad mml.wocl nil llio K.iiHup.irlll.i preparations known In thu trade, hut subse-ipientl- Biggest nud best line of slippers nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Fans thnt will keep you cool nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Sec Mnrtin,the old reliable JcwcUr, for anything in his line. Call on C. R. Martin fjr all kinds ol watch nud clock lepalts. BEAVER DAM. LattUE COUNTY Awarded Highest Honors World' Photographer Taylor's low prices will temain until June 1st. Mr. Silas Griffin, Pleasant Ridge, was in town last Sunday. Mr. S. L. St.Clair, Olaton, gave us a pleasant call Wednesday. Mr. McDowell Fair, of Fair Bros. & Co., was in Louisville this week. Highest prices on wool, Lowest prices oil goods at Fair Eros. & Co's. We want a good correspondent at Centeitown. Who will attend to it? The following named 'persons have paid their subscription to" Tun since our last issue: W. G. Benton, San Francisco; Ike C. Adair, Fordsville; Miss Ada Porter, Hattlord; W. B. Wise. Cromwell; W. J. Sheffield, Rockport;IIenry Morgan, Aetnaville; W. I. Williams, Ceralvo; W. F. Condict, Point Pleasant; J. Beaver Dam; R. W. Underwood, Thos, Wathen, Malcon Thomas, W. M, Graham, BuOalo. I AYER'S Is U10 only one of ol lewis 1 4WM5?-siPi given uwiiy hundreds of bottles of it, as I consider it the safest as well ns the best to be had." Wm. Copp, Pastor M.i:.Chureli,.InckHon,Mlnn. bloo(.piirller.lh:io tlioui that I could recommend as u We have just received one ease of this celebrated Corset direct from the factory. Also the same goods in summer corsets, which we can furnish you in any size at lowest prices. Also one case of the HYLKd 'Sarsaparilla THE ONLY WORLD'S FAIR h Whon In doubt, askfor Ayor'a Pills 5c for good iihlrtlng at Fair Bros. & Dutch Taylor, Co's. New Clothing again at Fair Bros & BROADWAY WOVEN CORSETS Co's. Mr. week. 11. Sold every where for Too; our price, as long as they last, is 50c. TZttf-ZETT- Field was in Louisville this There was a large ciowd in town Monday. Mr. R. A. Crowe was in Louisville f I Kid Gloves in white, tan, brown and black, from 75c to $1.50 per pair. STOCK: OUT this week. Master Krnest Field is in Louisville Painting is the order of the day in Hartford now. G. B. Likens has had his houses painted. Messrs. Heavrin Bros, have about completed C. M. Harnett's house and will begin on E. P. Neal's house next week. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Ross have both had their houses painted. Let the good work go on. I H s Miss Walsh is doing the Millinery business. Not a wook passes without our Our Millinery Goods. stock being replenishcd,so it full of the latest tilings. isatall times Ribbons and Ladies Underwear. We keep the largest slock of these goods Ladies gowns, skirts, in Ohio County. chemise 50c to $1.00. Also big line ready made waists 50c to $.00. We Come To See Us I . For bargains in all lines. trade. feathers, etc. want your Bring on your wool, eggs, ginseng, Prof. Wm. Foster, who is attending Princeton University, Princeton, Don't fail to bring your wool to N. J., has been chosen as teacher in Carbon & Co. that institution. He will take the Bring on your Hams and Wool to degree of A. M. at the close of the present term and will then take Carson & Co. charge of the class in Practical ChemThe best Binder 011 the market is. istry. Ohio county boys are always the Milwaukee. in the lead. Parasols that the sun won't fade at IIEI1A. Fair Bros. & Co's. Insects have done considerable Field & Ilolbrook handle the Milwau damage to tobacco plants in this comkee Binder. Call and See them before munity. you buy. L. D. Bennett went to Owcnsboro with a load of tobacco last week. Remember ou can get The Rl Homer Crow, Newville, visited puiiucan and Louisville Commercial friends here Saturday. for? 1.25 per year. Ezra Gorman is on the sick list. All those indebted to us will come Mr. Henry Park returned to his forward and settle at once. home in Daviess county Thursday. C. P. Wcstcrpikld & Son. Rev J. W. Cain who has been visiting his mother in Madisbn county Come and see our Milwaukee Bin lias returned home. der and Mowers belore you buy. Mr. A. Carson, Hefliri, spent last FlCLD & HOLUROOK. Friday in Beda. All those indebted to ui will come Rev. W. E. Cook returned home forward and settle at once. Monday. C. P. Wksterfibld & Son. Prol. W. E. Bennett, of Red Hill, Misses Attye Austin and Annie Daviess, county, was here Wednesday. McKenney.Beaver Dam, were in town Rev. J. A. Bennett, of this place Tuesday evening. filled Rev. Brandon's appointment at We will pay the highest market Centertown Sunday. Mr. I. Kinder visited Mr. John AN price for your wool. len at Barnetts Creek last Sunday. Carson & Co. this week. PairProprietors, Eros- at Call shave. r . Messrs. W. M. Johnson, Magan, Bug. z Co. Hartford gemple of fashion. . Call on Rullington, the barber. Hoes, rakes, etc., at Stevens' We want your Wool. Cakson&Co. on H Bulllngton lor a good bargain. Stevens produce. pas highest prices lor We sell Ice at I cent per. pound Carson & Co. Remember Bullington's tonsorial parlor when you want a good shave. Pure crab cider (or sale by F. V. 22 6m l'irtle, Hartiord, Ky. Stevens gives a firbtclass sifter Young men get you one of those II. M. T. buggies lor sale by Field & with each can of Golden Baking Ponders. Ilolbrook. Don't you want some Building Save your money by putting it into Loan Stock. The Kentucky Citizens a Building Loan Co. Tr' the Kenis the best. tucky Citizens. We want one copy of This RKrun-mca- n of May 3rd, 95, who can furnish it? NOT LONG Tm . s buggy at a a But long enough to 'know that there surprisingly low price, call on Field are some people I am pleasing with & Ilolbrook. my goods and prices, because they Wantkd. To borrow $600.00 an continue to trade with me. cood property. Address "C" care RrfJ'UHMCAN, Hartford, Ky. tl ,1r She business If you want first-clas- We want your Wool, Bacon, Hens, frying Chickens, Eggs, Hams, ButCarson & Co. Are two nt the most important points ter and Feathers. I consider in buying anything. to Our Mt. Pleasant correspondent make them my specialty in Groceries, left out part of his communication QUALITY 'And Prises MYMETHODOF 1" Doing Susiness this week, hence we could not use the last part if it, because it would not connect. 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 rjimes When Y& Qan-f- " Economy By all means bo economical, but don't be too economical where health or life Is concerned. The matter of a few cents should never count between the old, standard and reliable preparations and the new, obscure, and In many cases, almost worthless substitutes. Poor Lay up a Cent, Hut you can always save money by buying your Groceries of L B STEVENS. Bulliugton is the best barber in the Green Rives Country. For Hoes, Rakes, &c.,call on Stevens and get a bargain. Madam McClaren will sing at the Court House Mr. J, B. Vlckers, the Attorney,arx rived In Hartford Tuesday to locate. Mr. Mike Crahan, who has been sick for several days, Is able to be out again. Dr. J. S. Coleman and wife, Rev.Jo B. Rogers and wife left Tuesday to attend the Southern Baptist Convention, which convenes at Chattanooga this' week, W cons JEmuIsion V Oil and Hypophosphltes Is as much the standard (or all conditions of wasting In children and adults where the lungs are weak or affected, as quinine Is the standard for malarial fevers. When you go to a store to get Scott's Emulsion, don't be fooled Into taking something else isn't. they say " Is Just as good." Scott's Emulsion has gained Its reputation by Us superior merit, and nothing of Its kind has ever equalled IL Your doctor will tell you that. of Cod-liver S ' All druggists sell Beott's Emulsion. Two slits ;a cent and 1 i.ee. and Earl Bennett, Andersonville, The Mumum Meet. gave us a pleasant call Tuesday, Last Moaday night is a memorable Hartford The Republican office was the re- one in Masonic Circles. cipient of numerous callers Monday. Lodge No. 675 F and A, M. gave an Always come to see us when in town. entertainment at the Hall on Market Street. The Lodge had'important The Beaver Dam Gazette is the work in the third degree and had inname of a new Prohibition paper pub- vited the neighboring Lodges to be lished at Beaver Dam by Mr, W. M. present and they responded in goodLikens. It is a four page, six column ly numbers. paper. Promptly at 10 o'clock they marched to the tables, which were laden Mr. T.J. Morton, who has been attending Depaw University, at Green-castl- with good things to eat. Hon. T. J. er and Ind., arrived home last Satur- Smith was the day, alter finishing his course in that called uuon theiollowing who responded with the subjects that had been institution, assigned them: Mr. Wm. Bruner.of Olaton, had his Welcome Address J. P. Sanderfur. leg broken one day last week. He Response C. W. Massie.Owensboro, was attempting to throw a belt off on NonaffiHated Masons J. C. Riley. a saw mill and caught his leg In the Widows and Orphan's Mome Jo. B. belt. He is getting along as well as Rogers. Benefits of Masonry to Womcould be expected. Dr. T. B. Lynch en J. S. Chandler. Duties of Young dressed his wounds. Masons Shelby Taylor. Requisites In another colum in this issue you to make a Mason J. P. Miller, Anwill find the law card of Mr. J. B. cient Landmarks in Masonry M. L. Vickers.who has just located in Hart-lor- d Heavrin. Duties of Members C. M. Crowe. Thanks to the ladies for their to practice his profession , mention of which was made in last week's supper, presence, &c Dr. S. Taylor. The visitors were: J. R. Walker, Republican. Mr. Vickers Is a first-cla- ss young lawyer and will no doubt Sim Galloway, Cf. E. Ford, John T. enter at once upon an extensive prac- Smith, Jr., J. W. Hale and Clarence Smith, of Fordsville, No. 600. Sam tice, Morton, W. E. Morton, W. M. An Old lloif. ot Ceralvo, No. 253. D. B. Mr. Jas. A. Thomas has dn old sow London, and W. B. Dehaven, of Ro-sithat perhaps has been of more service No. 556. W. B Jewel, Gilson to hint, and brought more money Fieldon, W. E. Bennett, of Joe Ellis, and meat than any ten hogs in the No. 473. J. P. Miller, Nicholas Bar-rascounty. She is sixteen years old this J, M. Barrass, Dr. S. D. Taylor, spring and has raised something R, II. Tanner, of Cromwell, No. 420. near 250 pigs, the estimated value ol Dr. D. Hayes, ot A. G. Hodges 297, She which would be about $1,000. P. M. Johnsonk of Breckinridge No. is of the ChesterxBirkshire stock and 67. J. S.Chandler.of Bowling Green, in good fix now, and looks as if she No. 83 N. W. Gore, J. X. Taylor, mlglt live to be twice as old. E. T. Miller, of Highview, No. 692. C E, Travis, of Mason Creek No. 423. i:iiAivto. A fishing party from Hartford were L. C. Duke, of Swanee, Kuttawa, camping at Mr. Sam Mo iton's land No. 190. ing last week. Ami Tliln I llnrmony. Born to the wife of Charlie B, Ever-l- y When Grover Cleveland dies he Tuesday, April a8th a boy. tught to be taken to Palestine and Dr. George S. fiverly of this place buried in the same grave with Judas of nearMcIIen- and Miss Clemie Park Iscarlot. One monument will serve ry were married last Thursday at the to commemorate the virtues and illusresidence of Mr. Milton Park, Rev, trate the history of both Then hell J, C. Brandon officiating. A recep-tio- n need not be disturbed by the rivalry was given them Thursday night of the two gentlemen. Observer. at Dr. J. M. Everly's. She bride is an accomplished and popular lady. One ol Them Dead. The groom is a promislngyouug docMaywisld, May 5. This entire tor and a graduate ol the Eclectic community was shocked this mornMedical College Cincinnati, Ohio. ing by the news that one of the Congratulations are extended to the Lyons quintuplets had died last evening, The little one breathed its last happy couple. Miss Willie Kverly and Mrs. F. O. late yesterday afternoon to the surCoflman, Point Pleasant, attended the prise of the family and friends, It reception Thursday night. had been sick for a few hours, but its Mrs. J. II. Kimmel, of near Paracondition Was not thought to be serdise, visited' relatives here last week. ious. Death resulted from n, violent Miss Lou Williams Is visiting rela. spasm The other four babies areas tives near Smallhous, fat as butler balls, and there is no Mr M. L. Ward, Central City, is reason t3 think they will die. The visiting the family of Mr, V. B. Mor-to- u. bly of the dead child will be embalmed. Louis. e, toast-mastn, ne, s, Rev. Chandler, Hartiord, filled his Will Stand Firm For Hon. John W. Lowls. regular appointments here Sunday A lare crowd ol young folks spent I sec in n recent copy of Tins Ren pleasant day at Victory Sunday. publican an editorial stating that Mr' and Mrs. Horace Hockcr spent Sunday with Mr. J. D, Hocker and some of the Democrats iu this town have let an idea grow In their heads family. That's Miss Bettic Martin has returned to that Lewln can be beaten. right, and the Republicans ot LaRue school again. Miss Agnes Childs, Roslnc, was in fully agree with you when you say they will realize differently when the town Sunday, No truer, noMrs. Oscar Stevens has returned vote has been taken. bler, perfect gentleman ever graced from a visit in Louisville. Mrs Alex Hunt has returned to her the halls of Congress than John W. I hasten to assure you that Lewis. Jiome no man ever did more for the Fourth Misses Ida Mnddox and Maggie Smith spent Saturday and Sunday nt District than John W. Lewis, and In November the Republicans of old their homes in McIIeury. will stand as one man, casting Mrs. Eliza Gray has returned from their votes for him. All mistakes a long stay in Hartfotd. Misses Jennie Casebier and Ella that have been made in this county in the past will be rectified in NoWade, Rockport, were in town Wedvember. nesday afternoon shopping. Fear not, strife and tlissention shall Miss Grade Smith, McIIeury visited herslster, Miss Maggie last Friday. not enter the ranks of the RepublicDr. W. T. McKenney is at home an party in this battle, but with banner proudly flying the breeze we will from his Butler county trip. Mr. A. D, Taylor and family spent walk over the body ol Democracy and roll up a majority for Lewis that will Sunday in the country. Little Miss Josephine Rogers visited cause the Democratic candidate to cry her Sister, Miss May Rogers, this in stentorian tones: " "Where am I at,' I fought for you and you have week. Mioses Anna McKenney.and Attye forsaken me." Verily, politics Is a Austin were in Hartiord shopping little unpleasant. I believe old LaRue will do herself Tuesday alternoon, Quite a number attended the races proud in the coming contest and also believe I am not mistaken when I in the city this week. Prof. H. B. Holloman has returned say that every county in the District will do the same. from a visit to his family in ProviRepublicans, don't let strife and dence, Ky, Those Miss Eliza McKenney, Butler coun- dissention enter our ranks. words two are trie poperty ty, is visiting in town. Democratic party. the Several of Miss Emma Barnes of boarders Spent Sunday in the coun- Work to gether, and into the fight to win. Don't just aim to make it Intry. teresting for the other candidate we Miss Margaret B. Clark visited her always do that but fight as never home in Louisville last week. you (ought before and I assure you Attye. that on the evening of this November Mr. C. B. Sullenger comes to the election the telegraph news of the lront this week' with a 'four legged Fourth District will vibrate with that chicken. We are looking for one Sweetest ol music: "Lewis leads." with five legs before next week. GlLMONHLD. mm Hodgensville, Ky., May 5. NO CIIEGH. The farmers are quite busy plant"How to Cure all Nkln Diseases." ing corn and preparing for a large Simply apply "Swayne's Ointcrop. Some are complaining of the ment." No internal medicine requir ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, al cut worms. eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav Rev. J. W. Cain has returned to his ing the skin clear, white and healthy field of labor afteramontb. visit to his Its great healing and curative powers parents in Madison county. He fill- are possessed by no other remedy. ed his regular appointment at this Ask your druggist for Swayne's Ointment. 34 iyr. place Sunday, Misses Eva Lindley, Lasca and Mnsonlc Notice. Mabel Barnelt, McLean county, are Grand Master of Kentucky Mathe guests of their grandmother,, Mrs. sons, Frank C. Gerard, of Bowling Ellen Barnett. Green, will yisit Rockport Lodge No. Miss Murrill Bennett, Kinderhook, 312 at Rockport, Ky., on May 30, at spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. 2 o'clock p. ra. Work in all the des Annie Ward. grees. All Masons in good standing Mr. Berry Rial and wile attended cordially invited to attend. the basket dinner at Victory last SunJ. D. MADDOX.Mastor. day. T. Herral, See's. The Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely with Mr. C. V, DuvIcm County Jlapllst Minister Meeting. Ward as Superintendent and Miss This body will convene with GreenOra Barnett as Secretary. They have Prospects are ville Baptist Church on Tuesday af30 scholars enrolled. flattering for a good school if the peo- ter the fourth Sunday in this month ple would come out and take part in at 10 o'clock a. m. and continue its the work. Come out, good people,In session through not less than three In as much as the place of behalf of your own interest as well as days. meeting is on the border of our own your children. Mrs. Hampton, Warren county, is association, and also on the border of Gasper River and Little Bethel assovisiting her mother at this writing. ciations, the church has taken steps WillWe learn that Prof. Elmore iams has been employed to teach the to inducea large attendance of preachs fall term of school at this place. This ers, not only from our own associawill be the third term, for Mr. Will-lam- s tion, but also lrom Gasper River and To this end a special Little Bethel. at this place. There has been some talk of mad committee has been appointed to invite the attendance of preachers becows in the flats. Quite a number from this and ad- longing to both of the latter bodies. joining neighborhoods attended the As to the preachers of our own association, we have a right to expect a dedication at Victory Sunday full nnd prompt attendance, and that A Passer-by- . those having been assigned duties to GREAT OPPORTUNITY. perform will come fully prepared to A meet their responsibilities. You may consult the program by referring Cheab Excursions to Buffalo to the minutes) of the Daviess County La-R- ue Dli Pair. w CREAM BAKING A MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. nmm 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. SHOOTINGSCRAPE At Tho Llttlo Town of Taylor Minos. The unusually quiet little town ol Taylor Mines was the scene of n latal shooting scrape early Tuesday morning. The particulars are hard to There are many conflicting learn. statements and perhaps none of them correct. It seems that David Francis knocked Mrs. Dillman down with a beer bottle, nnd was shot in the wrist by Ed Dillman, whereupon Robert Thorpe, Jr., shot Dillman through the abdomen. Dlllmaudied Wednesday morning about 10 o'clock We could not learn the cause of the difficulty between Francis nnd Mrs. Dillman, which led up to the shooting, nor what part Thorpe was playn. ing in the matter until he shot Dili-ma- As we believe everybody i'1.i:asvt kiiiue. is watch- ing The Republican cither for the date, of the "Millinium" or for the "Pleasant Ridge Items," we write the public of this subject. Our town is not only a pleasant one, as is indicated by its name, but is large lor the county and is still increasing. The up-t- o citizens are date people its business men are possessed of the back-hos- e and hustle that give the old fashion hum to business. The new firm, under the firm name of Westerfield & Co., is doing a rushing business. Jones & More-hea- d still defy competition and sell r goods. Mr. J. W. Reynolds, the druggist, continues to increase his stock of goods and otherwise enhance the general appearance of the drug store. Messrs. N. A. Yeiser & P. B. May have rented the blacksmith shop, owned by Mr. King, and will hammer therein, Mrs. Belle Jones has added two nice rooms to the Pleasant Ridge Hotel, thereby increasing her facilities for caring for the tired and hungry. Messrs. G. W. Welsh and W. J. Westerfield have wonderfully improved the looks of their property with patent fencing. Dr. Westerfield, the late graduate of the St. Louis Medical College, has located at Lewis' Station. Miss Oma Westerfield, Hartford, is visiting her brother, Mr. J. C. Weswide-awapop-ulo- terfield. Mr. Jo W. Ward, who is attending school here, visited his parents near Whitesville Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Silas Griffin and Miss Ella Hunter were in Hartford Sunday. Prof. Dawson, of Masonville, is conducting an interesting class in Vocal Music at the Baptist Church. Our school is still progressing nicely. It will close June the 5th. The question of grading this school Is being agitated by the people of this place. It is probable they will push it through this season. Miss Maude Reader, of Jefferson county, our music teacher, will give a musical entertainment in a few weeks. Koklux. Bill's Wild West and Congross of Rough Rldors of tho World. 4 It is not more than once or twice in a lifetime when a community so situated as the one in which we live is placed upon a level with the greatest centers ol the world, such as I,ondon, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Rome, Madrid, New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Chicago, in respect to one of the really most important features of Hie. Reference is made in this instance to amusements. The greatness of civilized development can be measured by the diversions of the people. In the cities named above it is unanimously agreed that the greatest of all the world's amusement exhibitions is Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders ol the World. This was the sensation of all Europe for five years. It was the one distinctive feature at the World's Fairat Chicago in 1893, It was t'ae one great attraction in New York in 1894. Last year it was exhibited in over 160 of the principal cities of the East. This year It will tour the Western States and will exhibit at Owensboro Ky., on Friday May 15. The management states positively aud without any reservation that it will be the same exhibition, man for man and horse for horse, that has made it the most marvellous txhlbition, of any kind in a history. Excursion trains will be run from here on all lines of travel, and especially low rates will be made tor the round trip. This is one exhibition that can be conscientiously endorsed, and its announcements may be relied upon implicitly. It is well worth a day's journey to see. It would require a column to enumerate its details and its fame is so geat that it is unnecessary to do so, even were the space available. Association for 1895, page 0. Our church Is making the most ample preparations for the entertainment of a large meeting and will be both disappointed and mortified if it does not materialize. On my own part It affords great pleasure, most respectfully and effectionately to invite and urge my fellow pastors once more, to do me the personal lavor, to attend one more meeting with my people. Be assured dear brethren that a hearty welcome awaits you upon your arrival at Greenville, where you will be met by a committee who will conduct you to your homes, Note this fact however, that if you come by rail you must arrive on Monday or on an early train Tuesday morning to be present at the opening service. We now announce that there will be preaching at 7:30 o'clock Monday eening. We feel confident of having such a meeting as Baptist preachers cannot afford to miss. Afiectionately, J. S. Coleman, Pastor. May 4, 1896, 19-2- About two weeks ago a mad dog went through the Rockport community and bit a large number 'of stock belonging to the farmers of that sec-- , tion. Alfred Robertson lost two hogs, L. S. Southard lost one hog and three sheep, Ab Chapman lost hog, Thomas Hunter lost two hogs, Ves Tilford lost one cow, M. V. Campfield lost one cow. The dog bit the above mentioned animals, We will not deliver Ice alter 7 n. m, o'clock. Leave your order so we can attend to it early. Carson & Co. Suffered Eighteen Years. Palm Departed and bleep Came. Mrs. Julia A. Drown, of Covington, Term, whoso husband lias charge ot tho electric light plant at that pl'ico, has been a groat suRcrcr. Her ailments and speedy euro aro best described by herself, as follows: 'Tor 18 years I suffered from nervousness and Indigestion. I tried every romody recommended by family and rrlonds, but I could got no nltef at all. Two years ago, while bclnir treatid by threo local physicians, Ilrs. tlarrot. Matey and tihorod, they m mm 1.1 111:11 Mrs Liza Mauzy has been visiting iu Morgantown the past few days, the guest of her son, Mr. Elijah Mauzy. Mr. Hocker, wife and little Miss Lessle Taylor spent last Sunday In Beaver Dam, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Downie Hocker, Quite a number of people from this place attended the dedication at Vic- rr. tory last Sunday, Mr. James Austin and son, Tim, visited friends near Hartiord last Sun- day. We had prayer meeting and Sunday School at ourchurchlast Sunday. Closed with a very Interesting talk HlIRTFORD, KY Will practice hU profession iu Ohio by Rev. Berry, Miss Lizzie Cooper, Olaton, is visSpecial aud adjoining couutles. given to all business entrusted ing friends and relatives In this vilo his care. Oilico on Market Street, cinity. over L. li. Stevens' grocery. Miss Oiua Smith spent last Sunday 1J Ml with Miss Mattie Maddox. Mr. OIs Williams was nt Sulphur Attorney at Law, J. B. VIOKERS, Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, to I was then unable to net and sleep until during- - all well on toward duyllsht. this time I had a deep, heavy pain In my side. I uiu moit mlsimtiu, Irulfd. but left buttlo of tlioAmfiw after taking 1 could sleep all nlf bt lust as well as 1 over did. Tho Ktrvine Is thu only remedy that uaye me any relief whatever. I am upw well and stronjr, and I than flod tttry day vriir.iltMKtrtiiu." 0 mu lil MK3. JULtA A. I1KOWN. one-ha- lf Mas. Jdua A. IIhown. Informed mo that I had become ilrortftoH. and that there was little hopo for iuo. I then decided to try euaranteo that tho Drat buttlo will benetlt. AlldrugzUtssellitatll.o bottles for&or Dr. Mllos' Nervlno Is sold on ft posltlva .1 Pitcher's Castorla, Children Cry for Springs Sunday, Doha Dean. Dr. Miles' Nervine KV.!?I;,:.u, A Hartford Republican PniDAV, MEDICAL THIS AND THAT, timofl! Ohio has flvo and one-has times and Illinois live und tho inhabitants of Mnlne, but Mnlno lias more, savings bank deposits than cither. That ouo door does duty In many nn adventure Is proved by tho foot that a deer nhot in Welti, Mo., tho other day was carrying 11 bullets In its body. River water purifies Itself, A few miles below a largo city no trnco of impure matter can bo found In tho waters of a river into which lt sowers empty. In tho 16th century diamond rings were greatly In fashion, not so much on account of their intrinsic beauty ns from tho fact that tho sharp diamond was employed for writing on glass. Skunk farming has proved unprofitable on tho ranch at Dlxflekl, Me., about which much has been written, Tho skunks took an off turn recently and died so rapidly that thero was no profit in caring for thoso remaining, so the proprietor killed tho survivors. A good deal of Interest is manifested just now in an old document on exhibition in Eucksport, Mo. It is a commission signed by Thomas Pownall, governor of Massachusetts, appointing Jonathan Buck first lieutenant of a company to invade Can-ndand bears the date of March 13, lf four-fifthn, General Directory. 'sTATi: OI'l'ICIAt.9. Mav 8, 1896. Bottled Up! It certainly is disheartening to a patient to find tliat tlio treatment lie Is (,'lvcn for a disease is more disastrous than the disease itself. Such is the case, however, with the usual treat uient 'given for diseases of the blood. Notwithstanding the great progress made in many uranalicu of medicine, the doctors have failed absolutely to llnd a successful treatment for blood poison, and the many diseases having their origin in tho blood. They give but one kind of medicine, they know but one treatment, and whether in the form of powder, pill or liquid, the doctor's prescription is always the same potash or mercury. Too much cannot be said of the harm ftil and dlsastrouscffcctsof these drugs. The doctors are unable to rid the system of the poison, and direct their trmt- If Ton btit sipert ni irnl bv th Irftriltiir tiiivtlrlfltii und itiirlnlliti of tlill A ( O . 70 fonolrj, toniulti.nfr OH. IIA1IIAWA Iittrburn ht., Cli.tf.ijnt. lit. All Ctroole l)Utr of men adJ worara. rrlviie Skin. Illooil tnJ Ncr Hie trttKd t)TinH all toui IHhciling fur rirmntom liUbk No I overmr u world by ivl for No.! for wonivtK Nn., HMn DUpanvf, So. 4 for Catarrh, fivtt ur troiiiliiiul ami flnancUlrcfiN rncci, a1e?ftlriftrftnteeflTt?n If nrceMary. W.pagc Medical Reference F" Hook for mm and women 171 I- - I J j 1 J J who are afflicted with an r I I form of prlTftie 1UcaM "11 villi mmmmm peculiar to their iri. con Ufflout dlftraJM, femate troublfti, etc rVnd two J cent Urtitii to pay positse, to the leading Special liu and r hyilclt.ni In this country. TREATMENT. nclmttflo want th (( Governor William 0. llrmilny. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtnCharles Finley. W. S. Taylor. Aiulitor-Snm- iiel H. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner oi Aaririilttirn, HorStatistics Lucas ticulture nnd Moore. Superintendent Public Ilistruclion-Ge- o. Af, Davison. Register L11111I ' Oflicc Chas. O. Kccrctnryof Slate Attorney General Till - i WmrSi il !J for Mnfants nnd 1a 1 DK. HATHAWAY & CO.. 70 Dearborn Children. St., Cbkig. 111. NOTICE, I WANT every rosn and wnmnn In the UnltM State Interested in the Opium nml Whlttj i. habltl lo have ono of mv book, on the.e AihlreM II. M. IVnollej. Atlanta, Ul, iiox SSI, anil ono will bo tcjt jou tree. lteynold. inniiranco Lurciui W. Coniiugore. Comtnissioncr-- T D. efforts toward covering up the symptoms from view. There is but one effect to be obtained from potash and mercury they bottle up the poison and dry it up in the system, but it must be remembered that they dry up the marrow In the bones at the same time, gradually consuming the vitald ity. Those disfiguring splotches are but indications of worse results to follow. No sooner lias the system taken on the full effects of this powerful drug than that suppleness and elasticity of the joints gives way to a stiffness, followed by the racking pains of rheumatism. The form grad- copper-colore- I'tiPftTJiqwi We will send T n Rr.n m.icanpu1 cither of the following nnuicd papers for one yenr for the amount opposite Look over the list and ench name. sec what you need nml give us n call: Daily and Sun Courier-Journa- l $8.25 " without Suw'ny " 6 25 Globe Democrat I 75 . . . . 1 75 Weekly Courier-Journa- l Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 45 1 25 X. Y Tribune 1 65 N Y. Wotld thrice aweek Chicago Inter Ocean I 40 1 25 Home & Farm We would be ghd to send you any of the above named papers. This offer is pood lor new Mibscrlbers nnd oh1 ones whopiy one j ear in advance fliililihti; Itnlrx. Adji.tniitGeiienil I). K. Collier. StiitoLibniri.il Mia. Mary Brown Day. IIAII.IIOAII COMMIsK'NI'lW. otntrratton of Cattnrlft with the tfatranag of million of rnom, permit m to pnlt of It wlthoot gnantng. It i nnqnoitlonnoly tho liont rfmoily for Infant nd ChllJrtB ever Iihocti, 1 hJi irmli. Clilldrom lllta It. It tlio world thorn health. It will Htiwn Oicl.' llwi, In It Motlmf lilTQ f.lvn ipmethlng wliloh It nhioli.tolp a .miJ prnoHoally irrfoot i child' medlolnn. ItirtTY yar' ltlpatm Tnbiiltfi euro nnusoa. nt ilrugRleU. . llltmnrt Tnlinlcn riiro tllzzlnt inn Tiiliiilcit euro lifwlnrlio. ItltuiiH Talnilctl euro Hittuleure. Klpatii Tubules euro ilyHpoimki. illifAMflnn itlnntia Pnlmlnu I iiln nn J'nbillescure b.iil bre.itli. ItlD.iin TnlmloH euro IiIIIoiihiiphh, Klp.uir T.lbllletl ono rIvph relief. ItlpniiHTabulenciiioliiilltPRllnu. 11 ut if ia Tn I ill na ntlri tnrnlil ll.'n II MM.Itl.l..ltn.l ....Ml In n.tll.n.11. 1 l.iii(i.i iiiiiiii'n. friiii.' muni ill, itlpnn., TilniliMt euro eoiiHtliiatlon, Illpnns Tnbulei' for Hour stoinncli, lllpitiiH Tnbulcs' ptensnut laxative. KIp.niH TnbulcH cuio lUer troubten. Klpnnn Tnliiilos: fa.-Ill- Ulp.itiR Tabulcs. nll n THE 11GGIDEHT8 OF LIFE .CujpM ; lii tj it-i- ... ... Setui-Weekle- y Jno C. Wood, chairman;. J. F. Dcnipscy, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F. Drown. covunrsttos'AL. Senators Hon. William C. Liud-saHon. J. C. S Blackburn. HeprciMitntlve Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. y, Catorli Jeitroy "Wormn. Cmtorla allnyi roTerlihnet. Mtmbenhlp (wddcntil Injutle. Wtlte to T. B. Qcincrv, Drawer 150, Chicago, Hccic- taty of the HTAR AlClliKNT Cumtanv, for Information Acclilvnt tnsiir. trKnrditifr nce. lentloll thin (nicr. Iijr so tloltiK you uve fee. 114 nM orer (UJO.UUCU lor in Cttorl. prevent CAitori Tomltlne Son? CanL ud Wind Cnllo, core DUrrhcn De your own Agent. NO M1SDICAI, EXAMINATION HKyUlUK" Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Daruelt. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT state Hon. V. T. Ottcn, Judge boro. Owens Ctorlv relieve Teething Trouble. Cmtorln onre Conttlpntlon and riatulenoy. Ctorla nentrJIe the effect of ciqrhnr.ln noli k of poUnnon lr Catorla doe not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotlo property. Cmtorlq noilmllato tlio food, regnHte tho Umaeh and bowel, alvlf 1 hfttTlh)- - nnd 'lattu-a- l leep. bottle only. It 1 not old In bulk. Caatorla it put y In nne-il11 you anythlnt elie on the plea or proml Pon't allow any one to that It 1 "Jnt a good" and "will anwer every pnrpoie." ie TABLER'Sl IBUGKEVE OINTMENT 1758. nally bends, the bones ache, while decrepitude and helplessness prematurely take possession of the body. Under this treatment, it is but a short step from vigor and health to a pair of crutches. With this wreck of the system often comes falling of the hair and eyebrows, loss of finger nails, and decay of the bones a condition most horrible. This is no overdrawn PHILOSOPHYOF FOOTWEAR. is full of Why picture, for the world Bartenders Wear so Many Pairs these hobbling mercurial wrecks. of Shoss. Contagious Blood Poison is the most horrible of all diseases, and has been "One would naturally suppose that appropriately called the curse of manshoos wero sold to letter carkind. Until the discovery of S. S. S., the most it was incurable. It has always baf- riers and book agents," said a dealer fled the doctors, and it is in this distho other day to a New York ease that the evils of mercury and World reporter, "but that is not so. potash are most common, because these drugs are given in such large There aro many things harder on doses in an effort to counteract the shoes than walking, and tho man poison. While they succeed in bottling who can t go a lew blocks without up the poison in the system, it always taking a car often wears out a pair breaks forth again, attacking some quicker than tho ono who walks sevdelicate organ, frequently the mouth and throat, filling them with eating eral miles a day. sores. S. S. S. is the only known cure "The regular walker really knows for this terrible disease. how to walk, an art which is not as It is the same in other diseases of common as it used to be before tho the blood. Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism, all are given the same day of elevated roads and cable cars. is generally a person treatment by the physicians mercury Tho and potash, and the result as above set of indolent disposition, who takes no forth is always the same. We offer a remedy purely vegetable, moro care of his shoes than of tho powerful in its effect, yet harmless in rest of his wardrobe. He breaks every way. For fifty years S. S. S. Ahem across the back by forcing them has been curing blood diseases, from on and oil when thoy are half unthe most violent to the mildest case, laced, and he saves himself tho trouafter all other treatment failed. It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and one ble of removing any mud by applying thousand dollars reward is offered for an extra quantity of blacking. Most proof to the contrary. It is a real of tho stuff is full of vitriol, and if blood remedy for real blood troubles, man would only uso less blaoking and and never fails to cure Contagious moro oil nud elbow greaso ho would Blood Poison, Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism, Cancer, or any other disease havo fewer cracked shoes. of the blood. If j ou have a blood dis"But it is neither tho walker nor ease, take a remedy which will not the careless man who uses up tho injure you. Beware of mercury ; don't do violence to your system. Don't get most shoes in tho course of a year- -it is tho bartender. bottled up! It used to bo Our books on blood and skin dissaid that snow water would rot eases, will be mailed free to any ad' dress. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. leather quicker than anything else, but that was before tho invention of chemically made beer. I don't know .Not .Money .louc A story goes the rounds ofthe trade just what it is that tho brewers use, press to the effect that a man in the but thero is something in beer that tea and spice business in Cincinnati eats not only through leather, but started" five yearsngo with a capital of thrcAigh hardwood floors. I havo bartenders who como hero for a pair $1,000. In 1895 he spent $50,000 for of new shoes every fow weeks, and advertising, and his trade amounted to they all agrco that the reason is behalf a million dollars. cause they huvo to stand so much in Such tales as far as they make any the beer dtlppings. Tho man in impression, tend to give the idea that search of a moral for a temperance advertising will make a fortune if jou lecturo could look in no better place only put motieyenough into it. This than behind tho bar." notion is about as rational as the beMaking Fine Progress. lief that any foreigner can understand I havo beforo mo a letter from u English if it is howled and loard at Parisian friend, a gentlemen of some him. Deluded by which literary noto in his own country, who are often more mischievous than Informs mo that ho is learning English by tho aid of a bmall text book point-blan- k lies, men strew their dollars right and left in frantic gropings and a dictionary, without any other alter fortune. They keep up the instructor, and ho adds: "In small struggle a while, and at last, when timo I can learn so many English as' I think I will como to tho America ruin overtakes them, they bitterly and go on tho scalfold to lecture." proclaim that advertising is a flat Mothodlbt Herald. failure. Tlio Indus, tho bccond sacred Money is net the only thing nn river of Indlu, is 1,700 miles long. An expenditure $:o,-no- o Its waters havo always been considmay he strict economy; an expenered almost ns holy as thoso of tho diture ol $10 may be reckless Ganges. The Cincinnati man chose his methods carefully. Certain peoMr. Ilaynes, of Henderson City, is ple are to be reached. Certain propositions are offered for their belief. visiting his daughter, Mrs. Annie What papers and magazines do these Moorman, this week. Mrs. Wimsatt is no better at this people read? What part ol papers? Will they remember what you tell writing. HIvira, daughter of Mrs, Margaret them on a Mgn in a trolley cat? Do they enjoy slang and toughness? Do Foreman, died ol consumption last they like to have their letterboxes Wednesday the 22nd and was burled the 23rd at the Foreman burying stuffed with circulars? It in easier to multiply questions ground. This is the second member than to answer them. Intricate prob. of her family which Mrs, Foreman lems imifct be solved, yet there are has lost iu short time by this dread who rush on without experi- disease. ence, without advice, without a well Farmers are now busy planting digested plan ol campaign Then, corn, I,og rolling has been all the go for when their pile of cash sinks liken thermometer in n cold wave, they the last week ns there hav luen four during the week. wouder what is the matter. Tobacco plants lire doing well nnd Moltke said he knew half a doren will be ready iu due time ways ol getting an invading army o Zealot England, but not one of getting it We will furnish you the Daily and out. Anybody can spend money in ntid Till! advertising. The question is how to Sunday Courier-Journget it back with it handsome profit for one year lor 8.25 The National following alter. y non-walkhalf-truthextra-vaganre. in-t- Four hundred horses wero killed during tho fall and early winter on one range near Pyramid lake, Nov., and but two dollars was realized on each animal. The hide, mano and tail sold for that amount, and tho carcass was valueless. But oven at this price it was cheaper to kill tho animals than keep them. "Mirth" and "Music" have been banished from tho proscenium arch of tho new opera house at Biddeford, Me. They wero painted there, of voluptuous figures and fleshy tint, by the decorator, but when tho town folk saw them they blushed, and a committee succeeded in having the two goddesses painted over and out, and somo conventional filagree designs substituted in their place. Tho manufacturers of tubular lanterns in this country have had a meeting and agreed upon a new scheduloof prices for 1696, which is much higher than the rates prevailing of late. There aro only seven firms devoted exclusively to the manufacture of lanterns in the United States, and they cut prices until there was nothing left. The advance, it is asserted, only places prices at a fair profit. Sutherland Mtd. Co : Gknts: I write this letter because I btlieve you hive made a discover in a couch, cold, throat and lung tern-edtl'at the people ought to have. I refer to Dr. Bell's Tine Tar Honey. 1 have thoroughly tested it and know merits. its wonderful It cures. Any one who ever needs a remedy of should be never this kincl without a bottle 01 Dr. Hell's Tine j Tar Honey. Jr.itRY M Pomtr. Gla! anil Qucrna'-eP.idt'chah, Kv. Jan, 15 1S95 t I'or sale bv '., Wnvtip Gnflin&Uro , druggist, and Kentiow Bins , Narli. K. y I Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney 0veii8boro. See that yon Tho tret J. W. Dlack, Jailer -I- laitfonl. G. D. Likens, Clerk llnrtlord. D. D. King", Mnster Coramisioni'r faclmllo li;ntmo of C&t&xTGl&JxVtC T S1T? " ?tSiSI2ET wrapper. Jury Fund Hartford. Cat. P. Kcown, Slienir-Hartf- ord. Deputies Sniuuol Keown Hartford Joe Robert.', Fordsville; Tho. R. HUhop, Centcrtonn; S. T. Stevens, G. D Likens, Trustee Crmnwell. Hartford. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. B3SOZZn2ZC!K23E&S2I Louisville. St. Louis & rows, Ky. Court convenes firm Monday in Mm eli and August mid continues three necks, and thud Monday iu May und November two weeks. COUNTY COURT. These trains run dally. West bound trains. j I No 41. No 43 STATIONS. o .10 p m 7 45 a m . . Lv. U. Depot, Louisville S 00 Kentucky Street 6 45 S 40 . est Point . . 7 20 7 7 7 7 7 Texas Railway Company. I lsJ A j CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. BEST REMEDY for PILES. ik HI. llltirflfllMTH. - SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE known for ID voars nn tho ' I aaat Li aK bk & bbPLh I ' I'.n1 -t No 42 Ar 00 12 45 12 115 12 112 ikhiikI trniiis. I Nn 44 m K n.s i tu line of Nursery. Liberal Salary or Cnmnii'einn pnid weekly. IVriunnent and Paying positions lo good men. Special inuuee-ment- s each month. iir.r.rr:iu,Y court. Exclusive territo beginners. Begins on the third Monday in Write at once tory given if desired. January, April, Julv and October. 35 4m for terms to WAf.TED . SALESMEN John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. I). M. Hocker, Clerk llnrtlord. E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in 23 32 38 8 43 S.12 . . . llowntd . Willowdale . n 11 7 7 7 5" " "7 I obtIntil nl all Pt- Cartiti, tod Trade-Mtrcstbuunriteonilucitilfor Moockatc ouorriciiOppoiiTtU.S. Um PTtfTOrrict Ihw ttmc dot railKcur extent UWCM ntriMi from K AAhtnrttilL. bciid model, drftwiox or phtMo with drier., tlrtn. ftJri. If rutenubla cr not. frraoC. ctuirrt Cur 'ct ml Jui till patent U ixorf d. A pamphlet, "How to ObUin rtatt," with citt ot Mmc in tht U. & d4 forfia cuuaUtt, eol free. nt. ' 45 55 13 Sot 858 905 914 9 23 9 31 9 47 , . Rock llnvi'ii I.onj; Braiirh . Braudetitmt(r . . KUron . . . 11 . 11 11 11 52 45 37 28 "59 f53 047 6 39 6 24 6 16 C.A.SNOW&CO. D.C. J OrP. fATCNT AdJrrt. OrriCC, WAtHINQTON. . . . . Irvington . . 00 00 S aS . . S37 8 45 955 H.VWKS N'URSEKY CO,. COURT OK ROCHESTER, N. Y. Mr. Will Skillmau has had the bore He has tried many eyes for years. doctors and reme ies, und has always InilpH trt rrM rflipr until ue sold him a tube ot Sutherlard's Hagle Iiye Salve, which cured him inside of one Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey week. sells well and cures. Res'y, M. Mr.Yi:n & Co . Burns, Ky. January 15, 1S95. Sutherland's Kagle P.ye Salve has done a great deal mote lor me than can be told by pen. W.H.Skh.uian. Buras, Ky. For sale by '.. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renirow Bros., Narrows, Ky. ( Convenes first Monday in January, ami Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY CLAIM?. S58 9 02 9 05 9 IS ) 2 1003 10 23 25 l in iS 38 Sample . Stephensport Web.ster . . I.od.burK . OFl'ICriW, 2 G S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromnell. HartZ. H. Shultz, School Supt. ford. 9 33 9 44 952 9 10 10 10 10 11 5S 15 08 L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Poorhouae Mr. C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. justices' couuts. A. Dowling Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, September 19. December 1.9 Bukori). Ben F. Graves Maich 20, Juno 2."), September 24, D"ceiu-- hr 24. llAitTiOiti). A S. Anil Match 5, Juno 4, September !5, December '!. Woodward Rosine. C. L. March 13, June 12, September 11, December 11. Cromwell. .Tout B. Wilson Marc'i 7, June 7, September 5, De- 25 3S 10 4S 10 42 TO 53 11 05 3 11 IS 11 aS 11 35 ' 1 1 45 11 57 " . . . . Addison . . . Holt . . . . . Cloverport . . . . Shops . . . . . Slcillmnn . . . Hnnesville . . . Petrie . . Falcon . . . . . . . . . Wnitmnn . . Iwisport . 10 51 42 10 27 10 18 10 13 10 10 9 57 9 53 9 42 9 3 9 22 9 16 603 5 55 in S4S 5 35 531 5 29 5 14 5'7 5 "3 4 53 4 46 440 4 4 4 4 3 907 9 00 . . . . Powers . . . Pates . SSo 8.37 8 IS 8 10 32 25 16 . . . . 05 55 00 oS II o.s Fordvii.li:. J. II 12 07 12 19 12 24 12 2S p in Oixensboro Mattingly . 827 Griffith Hearts II 15 II 23 ti 11 1235 1243 12 51 12 5S 1 Stanley . Wortliiiigton Spottsville BasUetts 806 7 59 7 52 3 39 3 36 3 3" 3 16 3 to in 2 55 3 II 3S 55 74? 7 323 TASTELESS pm 15pm Henderson . Lv. 7 20 a 36 Child reritCry Tor Pitcher's Castorla A"'y. mv jrr GROOM YOUR ! SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY BY Lsa GOING TO THC v,.':.v.,-r.vrr- - LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, la tbe Ave. Theater Buildlnr, on 4th bet. Green & Walnut anil for Ina niiiner tlian In wnrlcilntie Tlill Is tlieilace where Toucan hare yonr dental thl office U an ripvrt irraduate of not lei than any other ohice In the South Km ry tnwrator In .u.n. ry.- cai.Tui- ami ini"i. ... K"' fiva rearex;rlence, (rememfwr noMuuenni taluinir to tlther) our natural or artificial teeth. Wemakeeverj branch of dentlMrr arprilalt). TON lurIMoJlilnofn Wi t.tDtltraen yi Si l B EM 50 etc. Mrn. "TV . -.- -. .- I cember r. WArtRANTED. PRICE IS JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. IJORSIv WITH BONNER'S HORSE CLEANER. No flies, flcas,miquitos or lice Removes dnwhufl. dirt Leave skin soft nnd white. $100 00 for any cse ot Mange it will not cure. Stops intalion, rubbing. Fine for clipped horses Mano nnd tail cleaner of the world. No matting. Keeps hair fine, solt aud silky. A hair grower. Mud will not stick. No scratches Aids in shedding. Horse Groomed in less than half the Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Louisville Denial Co.. tttr - A Uet set of teeth on rubber. JJ.0O, iruaranteed to fit and airalnM breakage for fite 7ct. all and op; l'ure MlTer fitllnt's Hold Illnir written cuarantec flven nilh tnrjr other tilanlc tilllnir. ftic. Our irown and brldtfe work, or teeth without jilale ie at llrm, thelowent. tronirandserlceatle.iiiournaturalti-eth,andatprlceIowerthaWecan extratt )our teeth and put In new one name day, Teeili eitracted, 2Sc., and absolutely without pain. Yon can make appointment by mall. AlUouaulatlon free. A lady In a. tendance, at NOTICE OUR PRICES. ..; tt. llll J. OIUHKH 'rAiriM.KN Uiuutil thr. u Lni-i- nlrund thu ypnr. In ll nwr vx hulm... hftv terlruroutd t II )n.r.. In lli dmif unlrertal hu1 nnirie that "ch cuTvr in TuuU. tour luui irulr, rartluu ATn.iiij(.,No.ie.i:. mi loun.Mo. m mi1 1..1 jLr. rm rnuloa rf TONIC n4 hn, I A Mlt.rAllH iCO. Williams & Bell. Ff lor tnle by U LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, n the Avenue Theater Building, 4th St., bet. Qrecn and Walnut. 1" ifcinruniT. B iicinffriiirini-K nfn ml uIiim. a Artilkltti r tlM.iiKHUL lm I t tiratituk ug iatv ti jrr- r.iTrioiicr, 1 -- r lUMitt, I,, a twin. Ok iMaiuitiil inwltlj "Bread is thcStaff of Lifer IN EVERY CAN OF BAW-ARD'S TiirRtronE GOOD. iitliiHi Imliirwi It 'ltmunftitili curtu. PATIENTS TREATED DY MAIL yT rarttpultnt adJnu. uti tump, no CWVnRP xiriHr'tT Mtr,i turii.it, ili- - OBELISK BAKINO POWDER tune A tonic; liirnile; removes stains. Keep hau Iroin lading. Halt gallon Ivxpeme but n "trifle By its use cleins horse 120 times Also used horse has coit like velvet. on cattle and dogs For null: cows it's especially vnltiSble iu fly time. Ask I'e.ilVrs lor Bonner's Horse Cle.tn- - 1 14 W.W.St. ijprAmys Reliable. l'o. ule O) L S OWENSBORO, KY. $7 Gold Crowns f Brce!ain Crowns 5 3 ol teeth (no better made Best set . $8 nom.itter iinv much jou pij) $1 up Gold fillings WILL BE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO DE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. Right in Sighv: Sure Saving Shown reepjotf idlers. We'll bciiJ you our General Cata i.i;tc tiiU Buyers Guide, if you t,i:nd Ui 1 j cci.ts In stampa. That rays part .lostaga or cxprssijQC, an J to to B. Stevens, Hartford, Ky, par OO to BOO. rod forf one whn you can mk tho BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE ON EARTH Horelllah. Bull. Strong;, Plsand Chlokan Tight, FOR 12 TO 20 CENTS A ROD? Why . . . Silver.fiiling . . 75c er 25c Will ship half pnllon on receipt of $1 Fxtmciing. pel tooth Patented l'.unlcss extructii.g with Vitalized (Mention tins naper) Air .W 'IOI.1' DO SPF.UAL'l Y CO , IJxtractii'c tree "hm Artifchl Toledo, O'lio 31 iy Use Bonner's llool Dressing and Barn Teeth are ordered. Ofllcrj ernnnent ly loaned Diut .... FENCE! ?3J9r, ivTara,rmmji ana Doy oan max from 40 to eo rod a day. ca SO atylaa. iMuatrotaa catalogue f A man or liitto It'o a Dictionary of Honest Valuee; full of Important Information no matter wiiero you bay. 703 Payei, 13, coo illustiatlons: tells of s,o,cv ntlie'.s and right prico of eucn. O.i piailt only between maker ur.d user. Uit it. MONTQOKniiY WAUD ii Co., Ciiicna AUcliitun Ave, An 1 $1.00 FOR YODti PHOTOGBAPH, Writ ,. letter covering theso thrco points: I'lUsr." 'iato how long jou havo known, or used, or sold "Lr. 31. A. Liver Medicine." bLCOM). Mate diseases you havo known it to euro and glvo tho names ot thosneuicd hy It Tiintii. Ulvo vour opinion as to tho difference between Its strength and notion, and tint btioiigth nml action of tho "Liver Regulator" luatlo by J. II. ellln uL'ii. nml tho "Black Diaught" made by Chattanooga Medicine. Co: both of whluh h.ivo told to dealers at 0 or 7 cents per package, net, and should retail at not over 10 or Vi cuutu. if consumots aro not imposed upon, while our Original uitlcl'j cannot ho s.nd ut leas than 25 tents per paeUago, ns wo havo loo much for lumnnllfo to uso cheap drugs in any of our medicines, u ho reason is plain: Mlln & Co. nnd tho old propiietorsof "Black Draught" wero both enjoined :rom deceiving thu puullo by tiding tho wouls constituting our trado namos thero-forlook out th it somo dealer (not knowing you nro posted) don't soil you somo cheap parkauo ut n prnllt of on or 400 percent., instead of ourGenuino "Dr. M. A. .Simmons LherModhlue," which you ho Biiru to specify, and take lo other, as thoiuU nothing cUollUu It. On mcipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you freo or charge, n 81.00 package Liver Mullclno, or on receipt of letter without photograph, wo w 111 nnll you a !!5 cent package, fico. Seo tlio ailments, caused by Indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and Bowols, which Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Modlcino has availably cured slueo IBIO. IkiutauiltDuowsiness. Gicic Hr.wMCiiis. -- Palpitation oc tub Heaut. . SLF.EI'- FecT, ESLAItOKJIBNT QV LlVWC & INDIUESTIOX.-C'O- LU TV. Geneual Lassitude. Dcllnlss. Heaviness. lussnuss. Low Srntirs. T:ui:i) Ki.cLisii Soni Stomach Bad Taste in Mouth. Constipated IJow-elBiliousness. L033 or Stiienotii As Ilesii. ctutrfe Kt L3 Yellow Uoate d Tonoue- .- Pains in Side & uniilu Siiouldeis Blades, Foul Biieatil (JLisiMLiiiNOiiEioiiu'riir. r.vi.3. Weight in Stomach aitek Katino. Ioktid Liveu. Flesh Soit & Flaiihv. Acorn At Ciiuonio Malauia. Bile comino ind dp in Mouth. Nkiivous Headaches. Muuokv Clouded & Indistinct. Colic. Piles, uv Cukino Constipation Piioduci.no it. Kidnev Diseases. q Numunlss ov Hands, Arms As Feet. Belch-i:;Fullness of Blood in Head. up Gas. Bloatino ov Stomach aftkii Food is Taken. IunEauLAi; Ai'i'E--iiDimness of Vision. Dizziness upon Suddenly Gettino lfLMtTuuitN. Dispondfncv op Pueonant Women. Nausea Up. SurrocATiNO Sensations. Of llKl'OItG Oil AlTKR EATINO. VEItTiao, YELLOW JAUNDICE. DEFICIENCY Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so Common to Female Pr.twi'iitATioN. Flatulency. Loss op Appetite. Pains As Aches in Joints. MoritLiu. Chilly Fuemnoi Down the Hack. Limhs Feel too Heavy.' Champ Colic-s- kin Diiy As JI.viHiL Bilious Feveiss. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness. Iuet- Detestation op Food. St dden Flushes opIIeat Geneual Debility. TlltED DjSPM'alA. JmEUVOUS DEPItESSION OP ULNEM UP TkETHINO ClIILDItEN. a L'xpleasvntDiieams. Spittino up op Food Afteu Eatino. Women opt'iilldiien, iiy itemovino the cause. c.nawino sensations in stomj As Dap.k Uing Undeii the Kyu. That Hestless "Out op Pitfinl-ACH. ,'ioiiT.s," Not Hick and Not Well Feelino, so'Comon with People. I r Builds up Weak & DimiLirATtD Motiieiis and Fathkks & Pale and KNi'i:i:ri.uD Ciiilkii n, by I'ciifectly JIeoulatino the Action op the Kidneys, pood taken is natuually assimilated, Liveii, stomach Ai Bowels, so that 0, F, SIMMONS MEDIOINE 00,',Props,, ST, LOUIS, MO, bim-mo- IfwmihftvMfi Liwn nathiniFln tha world would bo a aubatltute for ourflne Ornamn- 101 Panoe. Beautiful. Durable, Strong, and Cheap. Plain galvanlied FENCK WIRE eold to Former at and Prloe whole! prioea. Clroulara Rldgovlllo, Llat Free. Indiana. KITSELMAN DROTHER8, Pox 03, Ornamental Ftnct. Wanted-- Idea Protect your tdfftat thT ma brtug you wIUi. rii Junn ncfur.nuun.i svuu rairni Atrar neyt. WAiblnibm, to. C, tur thl ll.au prlso offw toil JUt vt .mo hundroii inTentloiU wanted. n thick Who of wmi tlnipl thlD to pateotr u tm J -- ti pi ri rwmammtamtMatmmmn PKEI'A RATIONS FOR THE THE QUICKEST LINE" " GnFAT 01 Nivcmber ". m Srv. 1 0 EsaSaa A now nru nlrt'inly well uniler way. BDISVILLEpfllPHlS Direct Connection Tor CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. PBS IT OFTnE IK UNITED STSTE5 .,,',, bl'LV-EN- TO BE ELECTED, AND Direct Connection for all I'olnti In to Will, for 1 1. W s, ns nhvny". lie found iu tbo thicket of tlm fight, luttllnR vigorously Siinil HiicincfH Principlip, which will 'rinir Tronpority to tho Nnthm. ' THE NEW YORK WEEKLY THIUUNE " ""' only the lcmllnjr I5cnihlicnu iiftwcpnperin tho country, hut is rrcEinluently a National fill tSISttl va-ri- Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, ami California. Arkansas, Mexico, FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS. Write lor information to the uearett flstntol the Chcsipcake, Ohio A Southwestern K, It, JOHN ECHOLS, tj Family NewHpiiper. . Its cumpaiKn nrws anil 1iacuciou will intprtfct ovory American citizen. Foreign Onrresjroniieiice, Agnctilturul DepartAll thojiowuol tho ilny, l'laten with elaborate descriptions, anil a ment, Murkct Iteporta, Fiisl-iool items nt household intore-t- , iimke up an ideal Fanjily Paper ami NEW YORK WEEKLY W tiirnlsh THE REl'UULICAN TRIBUNE, hotii pnjiers ticn't Mangr. LOUISVILLE. S. G, HA TCH, (icn'l I'm, Af(. KY. ONE YEAR Address nil otdera to the OPIUMS 111 IAMPLK HABITS. FRIC TREATMENT. MORPHINE To orovt thtt w hva oatul.ii. htrmleis nd ccrttln cur for th Opium and Woruhlo IUbttt, wwlli ftnd a free taaiple ttlil package of noraenton)roocnontitiyuiring tobamred. Corrcinnndttirccnnflilra tiai, AddrcMaouiuriBrucillcco., 8. VV. Car. Hc A I'llth. Cincinnati, O. 1 Diau-iiiihi- Oveu-woiike- II AUTFOUD K KPUBL10AN- d all MILL! Jlemlache and Stiiratat't I'AI.Nl'll.LK. 'Om.;nitttU.Mtf," cured by Dr. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo, W Bes Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy olTIIK NF,W YORK WHRKLY TRIBUNR will be mailed to you. -