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Sold by j tiut t yiu all DuliriJ 25c. and 50 c. bottles. .F.W.riOYD ACO... OWIMIIORO The Haeteobd Republican. MIBI OFFICIAL OKC-A- CF THE PARTY 111 TUB FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, KregulatorJB THE BEST gg VOL. VIII. IIAllTFOlU), KY., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1896. HARTFORD Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 42. Latest U. S. Gov't Report SPRING MEDICINE IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Aeue, Rheumatism, and many other and Ills which shatter the constitution ) Tecl Don't forget the word health. REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LlVbH REGULATOR you want. 1 he word REGULATOR distinguishes it from all other And, besides this, SlMMONi remedies. I IVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your sbtem may be kept In good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood Try it and note purifirr and corrector. Look for the RED Z the difference. on every pickage. You wont find it on any other medicine, and there Is no other liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVLR RLGULATOR-theKlngof for early iE3 - 2L- J--j - r mj&m C..ihr..i.TSi 'jL'J J Ju DELKEIS 0 0 0 Q VEHICLE 0 .' Wants tho Bowling Green Northern Road and Wants it Bad. Most of the Rightof Way Given and Grounds Royal Powder ABSOLUTELY (PURE to mark the division of time. How strange it seems that our cclldoor should serve as a dlalplate to mark the flight of time, but will open only to eternity. We don't known why these few precious moments should have been wasted in watching the sun go down, but there was something so emblematic in a sunset so beautiful that we paused and wondered, and in our wonder we drew a parallel. The scene was not amid nn electrical display that rendered it sublime, but rather a soft mellow sunlight, as though a great calcium light were being thrown against the sky. The deep foliage on the surrounding hills was burnished by its brightness and here and there a stately oak glistened like the towers of Notre Dame. Hard by the Cumberland river ran its zigzag course till immediately opposite the old prison it seemed to hurry on, like a fugitive Irora justice and wandering on in its course it seemed, for all the world, to empty just wnere the sun goes down. On yonder hill the little white spectres that stands as mute sentinels of the dead become more visible as the sun goes down, and the last rays that brighten the little gravestones seems to be emblematic of the fact that ere long we must all rent there. At last the great sphere touches the horrizon and the beauties of the day are enhanced as the shades of night come on. Twilight yields a softness to the scenes of nature and the landscapes becomes a half tone done with artistic skill that surely is divine. In the distance we heard the last strains of a voice as they mingled in resources with the first notes of the pbilomel. All nature seemed to join In a hymn of liberty how it made us wish ve were free. What an hour is twilight the time most loved by lovers the hour when the music of vesper bells mingles with the laughter of children fresh from school and quickens the songs. of a happy and contented people. It is an hour when prisoners think most of home. It is an hour when memory runs back to happier days just as the river runs towards the setting sun. Such a beautiful sunset with its twilight, seems to euhnnce the price of liberty, and. to Impress us how dearly we pay the penalty of our transgressions. It is possible that our situation "lends enchantment to the view," but il so it be our imprisonment is not in vain, for it is worth something to read a lesson in liberty on the rays of the setting sun. As the shades of night thickened we returned to our cell, and, seated on our couch, we extracted a lesson and drew another parallel from the settiug sun: Is not death the greatest benefactor ot them all? Timothy Hayseed. milk-maid's Beav-arsvill- e, Baking DEMOCRACY Shown up In tho Right Light by ono who has Studtod (&$m,23S WmZ,t tlOJLW .ilLt.B,lar Donated For a Depot. & MY At ' .fl J3J4J i WILL "OFFER tho Subjost. May 12. The unanmity with which Democrat State Conventions have declared for free coinage of silver, makes it Liver Remedies. MORE. Uu sure you get it. f Vollln .V-- a u 0 W Sulphur Springs, Co.. Vlillntlrlplilii ' 0 0 (II 0 0 Pi j- cf 0 -j -- ---7 --j" to - 100 Per OenttJie HauasOmost- - WHITE FOR CA TALOG VE- .- Sold by authorized dealers or direet from wsam a. MANUFACTURES, Bowling Green Advocate says: The probabilities of the Bowling Green and Northern railroad have been heard and discussed throughout the State of Kentucky nnd that it will be built in the near future has grown injo almost a certainty. Since W. H. Vaughan & Co., the promoters of the enterprise addressed a mil to the people of Bowling Green and the country all the towns in the direction the toad will run have been interested nnd are taking such steps as will be of benefit to the prow posed route. The town of Hartford, Ky., has been given the matter mature consideration and is dead anxious to secure the road. Its people are willing to put up the cash as an in ducement and will donate grounds for for the building of a depot. The town, through its Commercial club, has addressed the following communications to the promoters here and will do all things possible to get the road, PROFESSIONAL CARD. J.N. It. WrililliiK, Jn,N. fJleiui, "At a meeting of the Hartford Hnderson,Ky Mif ONQLISH use it promptly. Thru Sim ijc., joe. X6 od . DOCTOR... now to llilll'l Mop ToIncc. c cite younsnu' wiiu.u usis IT. Remedy for Coughs, CoUla, nnd Consumption li beyonj question the greatest of all modem medicines. It will stop a Cough in one night, check a cold In a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, and curt Consumption if taken In time. "You can't aiTord to be without it." A 25c bottle may sive your life I Ask your drujEist for it Send for pamphlet. If the little ones have Croup or Whooping Cough u tun ta curt. ACKV.R MHDICINE CO., J) 18 Chamber St., N. Y. A f i. All Drg),U. r jjflk R.I.P-AN- S j Ggp ! TABULES i cnnAlo nothing injurious t ) dUct coDUitutlon, Are plraMnt ta irlTlnim)ui rrlfcf Uk. tf effect ukl, adUti May b onltml lTlce-ctau pur through nearcitdruiuiit, or tyuialL, IxuiipU IL inotl TkbuWi ksir fr lJ1ceitU, HtllorMf ll4hll'at!plUtl.ppllthroMi4i IJttrTrMbU,lUslfu,UJCBiplesUBt ll dl at err, OtVmWe Jlrrslk, If f tk At , Liver and lUwtl. rden mmd REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER ANO BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. KIPAXi TAItULF retk W.t M.JI. IUpni r, j vlal.iucfntj 18 THE RIPANS CHEMICAL MPltUCE BTltCIT, Ad lrt-- a NKW YOWC CfTV. CO., 4 J5T IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITV. WHITE'S GltEUM changed feelings and conditions. I EVERY GUARANTEED, DOTTLE Yours respectfully, P. II. Mamiukv, Pastor C. P. Bhurcli, Clayton, Ark. Ol.lt 11V A LI. imUUGIMTS. Sold by all druggist at 81.00 per licuiuDtos lonuix to., it. lorii. box; three boxes, (thirty days' treatwritten ment), $2 50 with iron-clymorlcan Stoam LaundrW guarantee, or scut direct upon receipt of price. Writo for booklet and PltlNCCTON, Ky., proofs, Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Docs the fincft work of any Co., La Crosso, Wis., and Boston, 37-- 0 mo. luuiulry in Kentucky, Tho Mass. work is nil imrnntciJil. Goods E. W. Raghy, a prominent lawyei are not torn up, but nro returnof 1'aducah, Ky., saya that Dr. Bell's ed in good condition, Pine Tnr Honey cured his children of Laundry Slnppod on Mon- whooping cough when all things else failed. It's a new remedy for coughs, day, roturnod on Friday. Guarantee by all dealers. For sale by 'A. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist llAUTi-oiti)and Rcnlrow Bros,, Narrows! Ky, Ky. Agt. m i. Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and KI.Illl'.IUIOOK. I,aGrlppe when Laxativi Uromo Sunday School has been organized Quininh will cure you in one day. at th school house with C. II, Kills Does not produce the ringing in the head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put Superlndeudent and Alex Barnett up in tablets convenient for taking. Secretary and an enrollment of fifty-on- e officers nnd scholars. Guaranteed (o cure, or money refund-ed- . Price, 25 Cents. For sale by Quite a number of our young peoWilliams & Dell. Hartford; ple attended the dedication at Victory K. V. Willlams.Beaver Dam; last Sunday. A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; ' Several of our citizens became fis-- . Brown & Chapman, Centertowu; ' R. K. He Co., Rockport. catorially inclined last Saturday evening and hied themselves away to A school teacher says the pupils Rough River and cast their lines, but who have access to newspapers at came away with more "Pishermans home, when compared with those who I.uek" than fish. Mr, S. L. Balrd, who has been conhave not, are better readers, better fined to his roon for some time, is pronunciation and thought to be some better. spellers, in Several of our farmers have planted better gramarlans, and more a considerable acreage of corn, but obtained a practical knowlplanting has been stopped on the acedge of geography in almost half the count of ravages of the cut worms, time it requires others. The news- which Eeems to be as bad or worse paper is decidedly an important factor than last year. Jaoo. May 7, it modern life, ad VER FOR 20 YEARS Has lod nil WORM Romodlos. The International News & Book Co., Baltimore, Md., ofler $150.00 to anyone selling in three months 175 copies of their new book, "Story of Spain and Cuba." Premiums and liberal commission given for nny quantity sold. This is one of the greatest selling books out. Many agents make from $5 to f 10 a day. A graphic account of the present war and the strugge for liberty is given, C!nyton,NevndaCo.,Ark.,Jan.28,'05. Lureka Chemical & Mtg,, Co., La 100 beautiful illustrations, 500 pages Crosto, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty Freight paid and credit given, soct; veals I used tobacco in all its forms. outfit free if 10 cents is sent for postyears of that time I For twenty-fiv- e age. Write them immediately. 39 4 was a gieat sufferer from general do-- I bility and heart disease. Lor fifteen This testimonial is unsolicited and years I tried to nuit, but couldn't. I My took various remedies, among others for the benefit of humanity. "The Indian Tobacco daughter has been subject to severe taken Antidote' Doublo Chlorideof Gold." colds and croup and often night. with Dr. etc., etc., but none of them did mo the violent coughing spells at Honey is the only least bit of good. Finally, however, Bell's Pine Tar have that will reI purchased a box of your ''Maco preparation II think foutm as necessary it is lieve her, Curo" and it has entirely cured mo of in the house-hol- d as a lile preserver the habit in all its forms, and I havo on a steamboat. Res'y, increased thirty pounds in weight and Jim. 18,1895. B. L. JnssEL, am relieved from nil the numerous I.oulsville, Ky. 202 W.flndge St., nehes ami prins of body and mind. I For sale by Z. Wayne Grifiiu&Bro,, could writo a quiro of paper upon my druggist, and Rentrow Bros., Nar"No-To-lkc- ." Tho tobacco habit gron son a man until liia nervous system is seriously ndectcd, imparinx health, comfort nnd To quit suddenly is too happiness. tevero a shock to the s stein, as tobne-c- o to uu inveterate user becomes a stimulant that his 8 stem continually "Uaco-Cur-o" is a scientific craves. euro for the tocacco habit, in nil its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of nn eminent Berlin physicians who lms need it in his privnto practico since 1872, without ti failure. It is purely vegetable and guaranteed You can use perfectly liariubes-)- . all the tobacco you want while Inking "Uaco-Curo- ." It will notify, you when to stop. Wo give a written giiurantro to cure permanently nny cae with threo boxes, or refund the mnuey with 10 per cent, interest. "Bnco-Uur- o" is not a substitute, but a scientific euro, that cures without tho aid of will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as mi re and free from nicotino ad the day you took vonr first chew or smoke Uured JSy lSacoJuro and gained Thirty pounds. From hundreds of testimonials, tho originals of which aro on lilo and open to inspection, the following is present') ed. I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey for sale at the Store of Messrs. G.inn, Burnett & Co's, Grantsburg, 111., nnd meeting many commendations from different persons of its wonderful merits, I thought I would try a bottle. I have been seriously efiected lor 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 I tried this wonderful remedy. It beats the world and saved my life. I recommend Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungs. It is a great success. J. B. Rosrll, May 20,1895. Grantsburg 111. For sale by Z.WayneGrifiin & Bro.,' druggist, nnd Renfrew Bros., Narrows, Ky. 81.10 CU In !ilil (llrrii OK rOR SELLING "STOKY CUBA." SPAIN AND Commercial Club last night, the undersigned committee was appointed by the president of said club to correspond with those Interested in the proposed new road, to be built from Bowling Green to some point North with the idea of inducing the pioject-or- s of said road to make Hartford a point on the line With this in view we shall undertake, in abrief manner, to indicate a few of the reasons that such aline should be built through our section, and the inducements which will be offered by our people. First, Hartford is the head of navi-g- a tion on Rough River, a stream that flows through a large and fertile vallvofthe richest Kentuchy soil, and which is being rapidly improved by the Government. This section is unsurpassed in variety andquanity of best building timber, it is the richest goal field in all Western Kentucky, and rich iron ore has been discovered, and splendid building stone abounded in plenty. If any indications are given that Hartford will be made a point, we are satisfied our people will take hold of the matter with zeal, and most, if not all the right of way will be given along the line, and Hartford will donate grounds for a depot and suitable yards. This town wants 1 railroad, and is willing and anxious to offer any reasonable inducements. We will be pleased to hear some propositions from those interested in the proposed road. Let us hear from you at once. Our people are greatly interested." Em'ARDV. Ford, The DlMcntrry Nillril 1IU. Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, 111., says: "To Dr. King's C. M. Baunf.tt, New Discovery I owe my life. Was E. P. Thomas, taken with La Grippe and tried all C. I Field, the physicians for miles about, but of Jno. P. Morton. no avail and was given up and told Whenever a druggist tells you he I could not live. Having Dr. King's has something just as good forcoughs, New Discovery in my store I sent for grip, etc., as Qr. Bell's PineTarllons a bottle and began its use nnd from ey don't you believe it, for we guar, the first dose begau to get better, and ante that it is not true. We make after using three bottles was up and the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The E. E. about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. For sale byZ. Wayne Griffin & Bro., house without it." Get a free trial druggist, and Renfrow Bros. Narrows. at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Ky. tolerably certain that the white metal advocates will control the Chicago Convention and declare for the free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 in unqualified terms. By this action the Democratic party would absorb the various formed and forming parties whose cheif aim is the restoration of silver. The Populist, from whomthe Dem-craborrowed the iniquitous and now delunct Income Tax law, would rush body and soul into the Democratic camp. The silver and protection party fattened by the five Republican Senators, who, with a silver sword, prevented the passage of the Dingley tariff bill, would Nansen like, engage itself with the conglomeration ol Democracy nnd Populism in the hope of driltingto thedesired end. When the combination of these various elements is considered it will be seen that Republican success depends upon a vigorous educational campaign, in which the American voters must be shown that it is enforced. Idleness oftlie wage earners, brought about by the industry destroying.Na-tiona- l bankrupting, tariff smashing policy of the present Democratic Administration in which the hard times had its inception, culture and growth and not in the monetary system of the country. It is not only folly but dangerous to underestimate the free silver sentiment in the United States, and in ac. counting for it we must take into consideration some conditions that did not exist a few years ago. Thaf the Democratic party should endorse any measure however absurd or impractical that promised a lease of power is neither new nor surprising, but the cheapening ol literature has enabled every voter' to become a newspaper reader and , instead of following the leadership ot tried and trusty leaders the plowman and herdsman have mastered economic questions that have puzzled veteran Statesmen, and are following the leadership of such visionary enthusiasts as Tillman and Teller, Wnite and Wolcott, Bland and Blackburn, men who do not scruple to denounce the men now in public life as traitors to the country nnd hirelings ot Wall Street. We would not be understood as questioning the privilege of the humblest citizen in the country to investigate questions of politics. It is not only his privilege but a sacred duty, but it is the character of literature that has been thrust upon the honest voter of which we complain; the senseless, truthless, nnd criminal attacks of Popullstic and Democratic papers upon such Statesmen as Sherman, whose Statesmanship will be remembered in history when his slimy calumniators will have been forgotten; as Carlisle, whose purity of character is admired by the respectable clement of his political ts LAWYERS, (Office, oTFrAndernon'aliawnr.) GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining coun-tie- s, and court of Appeals. Special Also attention given collections. Notary Publio for Ohio county. James .&.. Srtiitli, UTTBIEY JT AW lIAIlTFOllIt, KY. Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Special attention given t" Office east side of purlii collections. square. M. L. Heavrin. Shslby Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Will practico thier profession in all tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd in tho Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. HAUTFortD, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING W. H. BARNES IATTORNEY AT L4W WILL practico his profeseion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties ana Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Conimeri cial Hotel. Hartford, Ky. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Caroiul attention will be given to al business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary, Public. DE3. a. :m:.. B.A:E23sr:Ei"i 4 t JC&" Attorney atKY. DF. 3NTDE3A.31., (Connty Attorney) HARTFORD, Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining conn-tic- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. r Attorney atKY. Law HARTFORD, given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, &c, making also Notary Publio for Ohio County. Office North side of public spure. JNO. B. WILSON, enemies. rows, Ky. J. Kakl , TayloR, under-standing- ly In Memory. "Ma, where is Atoms?" Little Carl Chapman was born "Athens, you mean, my boy, don't rural I'llr.l Ilclillli; Tile. April 1 7, 1894, died April 21, 1895. Symptoms Moisture; intense itch- you?" ing and stinging;most at night;worse "No ma'am; I mean Atoms;because He was the son of Willie and Annie by scratching. If allowed to continue Chapman, when a person is In a boiler explotumors form, which olten bleed and Little Carl has gone ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's sion, they always say he is blown to To the mansion of bliss, Ointmbnt stops theitching and bleed- Atoms." Harper's Round Table. His mother left to mourn ing, heals ulceration, and in most Her darling onoto miss. cases removes the tumors. At drugNiuiMit III rrlinii. Lamenting the mother lingers gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. We make ttlefollowlngextract from Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. O'er the little cradle bed, the prison column of the Tale of Two On the pillow is the imprint Cities, of Eddyville: Of her darling baby's head. And exchange says: "Take the By a special dispensation of kindBut no form is gently folded, enemies that any well conducted ness on the warden's part we were To mother's tender breast, newspaper makes in the course of permitted to remain out of our cells a No sweet eyes upturned gazed, business and stand them up in a row, lew evenings since, and, duriug our Carl has gone to rest. nnd balance of the comunity will say momentary respite, we stood on the The tongue that once did prattle, the editor ought to be proud that apex of the old prison hill and watchHushedandstill when day was o'er they are his enemies." Now in death is husued forever, ed the sun go down. For lo! these But prattles on the golden shore. many years we have tolled and spun 111)1 You i:vrr beneath the fierce rays of the old orb Mother's tears she cannot smother. Try Klcctric Bitters as a remedy for as it approached and receeded from Gently fell like summer rain, your troubles? II not, get a bottle the meridian, but have never, in all Not on earth but up In Heaver, Mother will meet little Carl again. now and get relief. This medicine this time, seen the sun go down. S. D. M. has been found to be peculiarly adap- Toiled when it .crossed the equinox othi'ra I'nllfil, lluotl'it Cured. "My husband was taken down with ted to the relief and cure of all Fesumand toiled on till it stood last in what a specialist pronounced to be male Complaints, exerting a wonderMr. Will Skllliuan has had the mer solstice, toiled on and on in endinfluence in giving strength for years. He has tried many internal ulcerated piles. He was ful direct procession of less duration like the and tone to the organs. If you have the equinoxes itself and on and on. doctors and remedies, and has always-faile- treated and became apparently well, to get relief until we soUl him but in about a year the trouble again of Appetite, Constipation, Ilea U Loss When alone in our cell we have often a tube of Sutherland's Eagle appeared and lie had five different ache, Falntiug'Spells, or nreNervous, watched which cuied him inside of the little rectangles of sunHoney-sell-s doctors buthe continued to get worse. Rxcitable, Melancholy or light as Uiey struggled through the Sleepless, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar well and cures. Res'y, He was so weak that he could not sit troubled with Dizzy Spells, I'.lecttic prison bars and moved slowly along M, Muvirn & Co , tip without help. Alter a while he Bitters is the medicine you need. the asphalt floor, gradually changing Buras, Ky, January 15, 1895, gave up the doctor's medicine and beHealth and Strength are guaranteed the geometrical form, now n perfect Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has gan taking Hood's Sarsaparills, In by its use. Fifty cents and at square, later an oblique rectangle, and done a great deal more for me than, about to months he was able to walk 00 Williams & Bell's Drug Store. in the vard. He has now taken sev finally a line on the wall that is can be told by pen, W.H.Skillman Burns, Ky. en bottles of Hoods Sarsaparillu and quckly gone. On the floor of our work a X, Wayne Griffin & drive walk For Children Cry for cell we have drawn little"suu marks" Bro,, sale by and Renfrow Bros,, Is able to Nolia and Head, and Deatsyille, E. druggist, little." JlKy. and these vagrant sun beams serve Narrows, Ky. sore-eyes Eye-Salvont-wee- k. For the Republicans to win its managers must recognize in this combination of silver elements, if made, a formidable power and put on the stump men whose motives are above question, for the voters who are howling about the "crime of '73" and the "hirelings of Wall Street" will not only be hard to convince but hard to induce, to even consider the other side A man who forms of the question, an opinion without evidence in its favor is loth toconsiderevidenceagalnst it. The greatest factor in the camIt paign is the Republican press. can reach the minds of those who have been poisened by Popullstic and and Democratic journalism, nnd with a well directed effort on the part of the Republican press to impress upon the voters the plain and easy proven fact that Democratic tari ff smashing and not contraction of the currency brought on the hard times, the good sense of the American voters can be trusted to return the Republican party to power and prosperity to the coun. try. J.T. Attorney at Law Ky. IlArtTFoitD, R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Will practico his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Ofiico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. r.. Ji. Office 416 Upp. cimaer I! SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. First st. B. t - Attorney at Law, HlIKTI'ORD, J. VIOKERS, Ky., Will practico his profession in Ohio Special atand adjoining counties. tention given to all busiuesi entrusted to his care. Ofiico on Market Street, over L. B. Stevens' grocery. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all the Courts of Ohio Special atand adjoining counties. Office tention given to collections. with Couuty Attoruey. An Protect your Idrut thar mar trlu ruu wlth. WHl JOHN WIUDKIIUUHN CO . K.tenl Attor. WuUlottuu, 1. U.,fur lhlr ll.SUU prUooitW , U1IIU1 or two liunJnJ lUVMltlOU wwltil. ARMISTEAD JONES, M i Wanled-- Idea 2SS M9 U;l Si h Pitcher's Castorla, -- liiU'Uin.icANH of tho th Congress, ional District would do us a great favor It thoy would send ill tho uowa from each couuty. I m: H?-- l I I t The calling of thcrollshowcdjS pro cut and 18 absent. The lesson Tis found in Luke the 18th chapter; from ,.i:lllor. NAM A. AMitiHWIN... Masonic Lodgo Judgo Ahl Subject of lesson, Anxiously watch declining health of verse 6 to 17. Big Firo and Othor "Prayer " Golden test The I'ulv their daughters. 80 many are cut off Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. iltoms. lican standing nlar off would not 10 by consumption Iu early years that Friday, Mav 15. 1896. there Is real causo for nuxlcty. Iu much us lilt up his eyes unto heaven, Kvkiiy body know that Hon. T. the early stages, when not beyond May it. Hardi.nsduro, but smote upon hU lumber, Faying, tbe reach of medicine, Hood's Saru-pailll- a I) Heed is tenacious uiid pugnarum-- , Rates and Tonus. Mr Victor Roheitson a Mock deal God hi. meicilul to me n sinner. Top will restore tho quality and Subscriptions fi.as per annum in which accounts tor him mid bis inmi-nghad his nrm broken ic GoJ accepts the humble, but requantity of the blood nnd thus give advance. claiming that ho will lie rt nf Olondine. still following letter: Local notices 10c per line first inlint M011d.1v night while loading jects the pmud The names or Mr. good health. Road the my sertion and 5c each subsequent inser- nominated nt St. Lmii. "It Is but Just to write about comhogs nut nt the depot. and Mrs. Win. Dulaney, Messrs El daughter Cora, aged 19. She wan tion. Large contracts special rates. Democratic Parly shows great Tbe Masons ot the local lodge had Cmbtree, T. C. Park, It. A Park, Ed pletely run down, declining, had that t trod The Calls on candidates and political n supper Monday evening nt the Holland nnd Miss Eva Berrymnn feeling, and friends aald she would not matter 10c per line. respect lor the memory of ihe old soObituary notices 5c per line, and ldiers who fought to preserve iho Un- Court Itottfe. They hud several were enrolled ns new members. The live- over tlirco months. She had a bad mustinvaribly be paid for in advance, call tables urranged in the Court House Superintendent then announced to unless party ordering publication is ion. Their respect has led them to their County Convention, for May Hall which were tastefully decorated, the school that we had been invited responsible therefor. and each was presided over by a to take part with the Washington Job Work oiall kinds promptly and 30th, Decoration Day. neatly executed. beautiful young Indy ard n young Sunday School on the 2nd Sunday In to her any good. It would bo well for citizens to post man who though not so good looking June Children's Day. A motion and nothingtoseemedaboutdoHood's Saraapa-rlll- n I happened read Republican Ticket. themselves on the lilies educational as his companion, was fairly good was made nnd carried that a commitand had her give It a trial. From tho There arc looking. Strawberries, ice cream, tee be appointed tonrrnnpe a progtnm very flrat done ahe began to get better. bill which is uow n law. lr After taktnr a few bottloa she was some things in it that every body cake, etc , were served and n large for that day. C. II. Ellis, U C. BarELECTION NOV. 3.1806. cared and her health has been tbe of the Fame. The nett, Sherman Williams, Misses Netarticle on number partook An know. should best erer since." Mrs. Addis Facx, this law will shortly appear iu these supper was n financial ntcccss nnd tie Anderson nnd Lit In Tanner were 12 Railroad riaee, Amsterdam, Hi T For Congress, the proceeds will be used for the ben- appointed as members ot that comcolumns. "I wtn fay that my mother has sot Hon. Jno. W. Lewis. mittee, efit of the Lodge. llv nmti in the hour of meetstated my caie in as strong wordi aa I would have done. Hood's Baraaparllla Now that the Appropriation Dill f ing was chanced Mr. T. Elder, Ir you tire owing us on subscrip- has passed the Senate, and the money tained S. heavy loss of Chcnault, sus- to the hour of 4:from the hour hna truly cured me and I am now well." collection, jtcts a list Friday by Amsterdam, N. Y. tion, please call and settle at ONCE. is made available at once for the com fire. A large barn was totally de- The choir then sang No 70, "Will Con Pkck, get Hood's, because Be sure to will indicate pletion of Rough River, there is no stroyed. Four bead of horses nnd God be There," and school was adThe tag on your paper Now, we arc reason why the work should not bo mules, about 1500 bushels of corn journed. bow much you owe. inside of three mouths. and 20 tons of liny all went up in Kruliirliy 'ri llrpiirl tor April' in earnest about this matter and cinipieted ISPII. There is nothing t. prevent the work smoke with the building. The loss MUST have money. We have mado The report for this month is taken being pushed through without delay. ol Mr. Elder will amount to fully two repeated appeals to some of you in Get men hold ot it who are industri- thousands dollars, and he had no in from replies received trom 1S5 correspondents, teptcsentins 103 counties. iMtic One True llltxMl Purifier. All driicghti. It. regard to your accounts.but you have ous and energetic ami the job will be surance. Mr. Elder is the father-in-larreparedontyh) C. I. Hood Co., Lowell. Man. o! County Clerk Owen Cunnings WHEAT. It takes money to finished soon, and wheu that is done not responded. eiwtale,ie-nOOit S FIllS are purely beneficial sac ham. There is a general report of imliable and pay our bills, and a few dollars from we will have a low freight rate of not County Judge Ahl was in Clover-por- t provement in the condition ot wheat ,MJiN. 5c or 10c, 011 the hundred, us very greatly. more than you will assist last Saturday. Cloverport was during April. The forcing weather Health is good in this community. Hartloid's prospects are indeed bright. the home ot the Judge previous to which prevailed during the entire Please attend to this and let us hear We need Most lariueiH aie busy planting more new houses here. Let his election to the office which he month has brought the crop trom corn. from you without delay. all our business men pull together, ond now holds, and when ever be goes what was an extremely backward Mr. Richird MiJkifl. ol Indiana, and our business prosperity is asured. down there it is a bird nutter for condition tosomething vervnearly np- arrived at his lathers, Mr. Rob Mid- Hartford is still on a boom, new hltu to get awiy He has so many proaching u normal condition of kiffof this place with his fruity-"Duck- " l'oi.vrri.KiNiM-- . businces starting up every week. From three Farmers are wanting rain very ftieuds down there, and as they all growth lor the siys be has enough Tit thut If it be in order we more that Mr. badly. Mr. Rulus Williams, Mr John- want to see him au ta'k to him, he counties complaints ate received of country nnd he will now stay in old Cleveland put the Presidency under son, Miss Oma Hoover and Miss can not get away Iroti them except damage being done the crop by chinch Kentucky ns he has has a very severe bugs. Emma Carsou. ofHeflin, visited tbe by simply running out nf town. attack of jellow jaundice. He will Civil Service Rule. The average condition is given nt not be able to work for some time. family of W. F. Condict, last SaturYour correspondent Fi.orriNO: With the Bowling Green Northern day and Sunday. Mr. J. It. Storms and daughter, has been in various portions ot this 74 being an improvement ot 5 points On acreage the aver-ay- e Dcra, went to Pattieville Saturday. Mr. E. Leslie Meyers, of Render, and other counties recently and has tor the mouth Railroad, running into Hartford, and is S7. noted tint a great change is going on Mr. H. A. Babitt got his stable river navigation, we will soon have a visited his parents last week. I Mr. Willis James, visited friends among tbe people in regard to their , OATS and cribs burned last Monday night little city. and relatives in South Carrolton hst political sentiment. The last elec i The oat crop represents several ' losing 400 bushels of corn and a large No Democrat can be elected as week. Hon to be sure showed that many stages ot advancement ut this time. amount ot liny nnd some ol his (armPiesident this year, because no man Mr. Virgil Brown tnide a flying men had changed in their political , The early sown oats, although suffer-- i ing implements, cause ot fire uncan find a single reason for voting for trip to have his eyes doctoied, he is views. They went to the polls they ing to some extent from the absence known. voted differently, from their usual of moisture, has made fair progress, Pins Hardister and family went to a Democrat. now getting along very nicely. Mr. Harris.of Sacramento, and Miss way. Now however they make no while the late sown has trom the Whitesville Saturday and returned Some Democratic newspapers ate Zkalot. Emma Brown, of Islatd, wereraarried bones about the matter. We have same causcexperienced somedifilculty Sunday. . advertising the new Democratic hand at the residence ol A J. Buskill, the recently heard strong Democrats say in germinating. The acreage averuosi.m:. book. Wonder if it is any way like that they were for a protective tariff ages 95. 7th inst. Rev. Richardson filled his regular CORN. the one they used last year? Cut worms and Colorado potato and that they thought the financial appointment here Saturday and SunCorn planting is practically over. farmquestion was all bosh. The dritt of day night. tar bugs are quite a trouble to the Democrats tried to dodge the public sentiment to day shows that In the central and southern section ers at present. Mr. and Mrs. Childs are visiting iff question by agitating financial Pattersons tile and brick factory be- the people recognize that we need a some fields are up and are being cultheir daughter, Mrs. Thompson, ot issue. They succeeded in solidifying protective tariff of the same sort as tivated. The early corn where not Hortou, this week. gan work last Monday. the Republicans on the tariff, and diMr. Frank Hackett is engaged in the McKinley Tariff. Tbisscntiraent interfered with by worms is looking Mr. E. C. Raley and his daughters, viding themselves on the financial saw loging. is strong and growing rapidly. We well and an excellent staud was obs Misses Jessie and Bessie, were in town tained; but by far the larger portion Sunday. "Let the galled Jade question. Miss Belle Whitaker is visiting Mr , have a good currency novv, and under Wince," Republican administration we had ot tbe crop is yet in the ground and a Mr. Clarence Baker, ol Horton, was Will Hardin's family. general report on condition is impracPlowboy you are tr ing to over do the best financial system in the in town Sunday. be said of O.ne thing at lcat can tical at this this time. All corresMr. and Mrs. Aaron Igleheart and Sam Anderson is compe- world. Our financiers were there the Democratic party. It is still able the thing, aftord and still are eual to tbe best in the pondents report a large percentage of Miss Jessie Igleheart and her little is so tent to be sure, but we cannot Albeit it to cast a shadow. crop still in farmers' hands. Niece, Miss Etta Igleheait. ol Panto put all hard work on him because financial world. It is not worth 1S95 The acreage for S96 is given at 97. thin in order that it quite frequently while for Republicans to spend time McK. ther, Daviess county, spent a few he is willing. is forced to lean against a fence to TOBACCO. on financial matters. The people d tys last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. The Macungie Progress says that rhave confidence in the ability of the support Us weary legs sh! limbs Correspondents report a very generW. Rajiland. returned home Monday. apples may be kept two years by sim- Republican party to give us sound al disposition to reduce the acreage Miss Beltie Ragland went home with we meant. ply wrapping them in newspapers. money, 'lhey know also that the for 1896. The low price coupled with them to spend a few days. The weather has been exceedingly In order not to make a failure of the Republican party will give us a pros the large per cent, of the 1S95 crop Miss Agnes Childs visited her sis warm for May. and it has been so business, however, newspapers that tective tariff. This is what they still unmarked is having a depressing tcr at Hortou Sunday. edect on production. The acreage remarkably dry that the wheat crop have been paid for should be used, want. Mr.ind Mrs Jake Igltbeart.ot Warhas been seriously injured in many otherwise the dampness resulting Circuit Court; Circuit Court for 1896 as compared with an average rens Mill, Butb r countv, accompanWe will excuse from the dues may cause tbe fruit to convened here Monday. The docket year is given at 81. Percent, ol 1S9S ied liv Tom K .;li d id Mr. and part3 of the State. Girardville, Penn., Item. the Democratic party for causing this spoil. at this term is the Holiest known for crop still in first hands is 40. From Mrs Butler, u. the sank-- place, spent d drouth and failure in the wheat beyears. A smaller crowd than usual four counties report of great damage Saturday mi Su'mUy with J. W. lr. Slimlfy I'ertrcutrd. For some time a disagreement has was in town, but theunterriGed horse to plants by the flea arc received. an I lauiliy. the burdens that have been cast cause HEMP. The funeral ol Mr. Sam Taylor will are already existed among the employes of the swapper was out in force. Many a its shoulders upon Hopkinsville Asylum, brought about The average yield per acre for crop be preached at Mt. Pleasant the 5th gingered man exhibited heavier than it can bear. by the appointment bySupt.Letcher of unusual gaiety and wound up the day of 1895 which is now broken out is Sunday in May by Rev. Hinton. who had been discharged with a dull headache and a dark 1 ,020 pounds per acre. The acreage Some of the young people attended The Hartford Jerald, noted for a Democrat by the former administration lor as- brown taste in his mouth But for 189G compared with an average the dance nt Dr. L. II. Hammond its original editorials, finds itself in a saulting an inmate, and who was re- while the docket is light, one of the year is estimated nt 105. Saturday night and report quite a predicament. It is at a loss, whether ported to be a man of verv immoral most important suits ever filed in nice time. PASTURES AND MEADOWS. 011 the it shall epaak out it sentiments He again lost his place, character. Our school is still in a flourishing Judg- Conditions of pastures and meadows issue now agitating its own party, or and seems, blamed Dr.Stanley with this couit will be submitted for it ment we refer to the case of John D. average 8G and 87 respectively. condition. whether it shall throw principles and it, and sought a difficulty with him, Mr. Brunner, of Owensboro, was in Beeler vs. Taylor Beard &c. The fol- Number of hogs being fattened for issues to the winds and follow its past provoked an assault and received a lowing named gentlemen censtitute market as compared with an average town a lew days last week, partisan custom of uarrow-rainde- d Mary. a sound thrashing, just as respecta- the grand jury viz: J. P. Severs, year, by percentage is given at 90. ship, irrespective of principle, issues ble people at Hopkinsville say he Gerard Foote, Jesse L Owen, Dave Seventy correspondents repiesenting I'MIAI.VO. This halting be- needed and deserved. or anything else. Dr. Stanley Driskell, Crawford Beauchamp, Ralph fifty-twcounties report no "cholera Mis Be.ssie Smith, ol near Paiadise, tween plain duty and tbe desire to was given a small fine, and the prose- Knott, W. II. Board, James Wheatley. or other contagious diseases visitul Mr Tom Morton's lainil) last crawl iu the old ruts of prejudice, cuting attorney dismissed the case Jno. B. Frymlre, Fletcher Mercer, E. SHEEP. Week. upon the part of the original JferaUl, against Naughton in order to bring a C. Burton and J. T. Owen. Mr. Jesse Lamb crop as compared with au Mr. R. E. Eudaly is on the sick Dr. L. Owen was made foreman. The is very oppressive to a host of already suitagainst Stanley foi$i.ooo.oo. Limbs list. average year is given at 85 Stanley has retained Attorneys C M. petit jurymen are as follows: John tired friends. Capt. P. Jones Is again 011 the in excellent condition for the seaHarnett, of this place, and Petree and T. Henniger, L. B Keelm. William are steamer Clarksville for a short time. son. On May 1th Gen. P. W. Hardin Downer, of Hopkinsville, to defend C. Casey. Oeorge Glasscock, Henry HORSES AND MULES. Mr. V B. Morton returned from C. Gibson, Jesse W. Tucker, Alfred spoko at Harrodaburg for two long him in tbe action. Number of colts loaltd as compared Evnnsvillc Wednesday. Miller, John II. Butler, Joe II. Hayes, with an average year is 57. Nutnbei weary hours ou tho subject of free Mi4 Pinn Dennis, who is affected Will Itrlny I'ciihIoii I'nymmlM. Washington, May 13. 1 he depart- Elijah II. Miller, Jesse T. Tucker, Jo of marcs being bred as compared with spinal troulile, is wnrne ut this coinage of silver. Tbe and unlimited Courier-JournNumber writing. with an averauc year is 6 says that he answered ment has oidered that alter July 1st Paisonsjiuies I, Bill Chas C Div-iWilliam Muthews. Nathanel of mules colts toalel hs compared Mis V II Moitoii visited relatives Carlisle's five points by saying that there shall be no temporary clerks Richard S. with an nveince jear is 54. With a iu Central Ol last ueek. two of them were damned lies, and employed in the pension agencies to Tucker, John T.Cotupton. Morris, John C. Furrow, W. N Pate, diminished production a return nt Horn to the wile ol Mr. Mouro Such pu- assist in making the quarterly paythree of them fallacies. y, serH C Cooper, J. L Funk, Jesse profitable prices for both horr.es and Bratcher May 6th, twin buys. characteristic of ments. This order will result in erile arguments are C. F. Black, Ludwell R. Adkis. mules might reasonable be expected, ious delaying the payment on penOn tbe account of the cut woinis such ineu us Hardin. Thus it is shown sions at the Louisville agency, and son. Tuesday morning Wesley Gross were it not for the large .surplus ol corn planting is propressing slowly. as the days pass, that the Democratic and Ellen Gross were brought Into matured stock. efforts are being made to induce ComLouis. nominee for Governor of this State missioner Lochren to rescind the court and were tried for lunacy. The DROUTH is a man of au extremely narrow order, jury found them to be idiots. They MT.II.KNAJtT. The drouth during April was unmind and has not a single element We are h iving a very entertaining came to this county from Butler coun- precedented for the season. From If the hair has been made to grow a ty about a year ago. Among those thirty-onof statesmanship in his make up. It Sunday School ut this plice. counties the. complaint of Miss Laura Alton! is no better at was a bright day for Ketnucky when natural color on bald heads in thous- present at the opening ot the coutt to wheat, oats nnd young ands of cases, by using Hall's Hair were John C. Miller, ol Big Spring; damage this writing. Hardin was defeated. grass are especially noticeable. Renewer, why will it not in your Eli II. Dean, of Glendean; Hon. Chas. Miss LuellaCrowder had to dismiss CUTWORM??. Cleveland is about to cise? Bewleyville; John W. her school ut this place on the account Blanford, of Juht as Mr. From thirteen counties reports of of sickness. Jarrett, Stephe.isport and John R. vacate the Presidential chair ho l.'lillilrnn.' liny. great damage from this source to Miss Minnie Miller has returned Dellaveti, ot Cloverport. makes a sweeping order placing about Next Sunday is the regular corn, tobacco beds, and clover, were home alter a two week's visit at HeaRoIiin Hoon. all tho Federal oilices under Civil Day nt the Methodist Church received. In view of the very early ver Dam. Servico rule. This is done for nothing of Hartford, Everybody is invited to "Ten people out of n dozen are in- report of the presence of thei-- pests Mr. W W. Ezell, irom Warren It is done to attend. Brother Barnett, of the State valids," says a recent medical author- this season, it is gratilying that the but partisun purposes. was in this community last retain bis old henchmen in olllco after of Ohio, is here on a visit to friends, ity. At least eigat out ot these ten, damage is no greater thin reported. county, glad tolmvchim preach it is safe to nllow, ore buffering from Warm weather has prevailed now for week. he has sunk iuto oblivion, and his and I shall be Rev. R. P. Beck preached here ou mortal carcass is wafted in the desert at 11 a. in. and also at night. which a a period of n month nnd it is leason-abl- e some form ol last Suuday. S. CIUNPI.EK. J. breezo by the wings of what ducks ho to suppose that the iggs producpersistent use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla Miss Jennie Liles, of this place, is would be sure to cure, Then don't ing the worms have mainly been nt McIIenry, where she will remain hat left in tho country. He has con lliirri,.llmwii. ducted his ofiicc all along to serve a hatched. Miss Emma Brown, ot Island, Ky.; be an invalid. for some time teaching music, FRUIT CROP. partisan purpose and, now to coyer ev- the youngest child of Mr. Allen .tllniilrsol Alrxituilrr Hiimlny Neliool Bro. Matthews will preach nt this The outlook for the fruit crop is for.tliiy lOlh, erything with tho civil service not Brown, deceased, and Mr. C. R. Harplace next Suuday in the nlternoou. Choir sang No, 21 "My Meavenly bright, While we may not expect only tends to make his party rise up ris, a ptominent farmer near Scra-iiientH.II. adminiswere united in holy mat- Home;" the Superintendent then apples mid those fruits that bore so Ky., in arms against him and his profusely last year to repeat the Tnlmrco llnrii lliiriml. tration, but is condemned by all good rimony at the home of the bride's ' rend the first 16 vers.es of the 17th Uev, O.W.Gordon, who lives south Point chapter of Matthew nnd offered a fer- - phenomenal crops, still n fiir crop nt If Cleveland's prospects people, ' evevent prayer. The choir then sang these seem to be assured; while oj Heaver Dim, lort his fine tobacco wcro bright for another term he would Pleasant, at 7 o'clock, Thursday ' May 7th, 1896, Rev. Cashman song No 93 "The Beautitul Story," peaches, cherries and all other stone barn nndnhout 25,0001b) ol tobacco, tonever have made such an extension ning, ' and Sunday School wjs then declared fruits promised abundant crops.' The gether with n large lot ol (arming performed the ceremony In n beautias ho has just made. Down with rotIn the absence of Mr. J, R. indication at present are that this will tools by fire Inst Saturday morning. There open. ful and Impressive manner. ten Democracy and their tactics. Williams be a banner peach year. Ii(is nhoiit $ 500, Insursnce $900. were only n few Iriends nnd relatives Williams Mr. Sherman Small fruits arc also In eond condi present They left the next day lor he ud his class, and in the absence of tion with the exception of stiuwlier-rles- , The origin of the fire Is unknown. gjTHlrHll;JW jeilaaWW their home near Sacramento, Tin: Mrs. J R. WilliimiH and Miss Inns nntnt All list J1'?' which have sufleted somewhat Ld ICUKta progressing on the is Work trom drouth, Lucas Moohh, Hold br drwrfUla, Ri'.i'UHMCAN joins their many Iriends Khg their clses were consolidated ?l Court House Icncc. Commissioner of Agriculture, etc, Cif.Jamirfll.'mBlglgM class ol Mis. Alex Barnett with the and extends congratulations, UJU lnumilll L Hartford Republican J JMI wr.nf,B.imrwiriWfmfuttri month will only lie 0110 until the greatest National Convention wo havo over had will nfeemblo at St. Louis, and then wo will seen return of prosperity. ,...Ji- - Ir HARDINSBURG. Mothers parnif cireT TV1 I1 'u ill ....... .. nm 4jfJutMmaBiKaHBiaauaWa"V'----'t ' iiitpyrj I fTarnttcirell ers Cough CARRIED When it moved crago com-nlete- Hood's Sarsaparilla u tlutt our lMirnili'ii mad itoving better than tho av which simply means Hint our Imiimiuih i uliovo tho average, and that mcaus a good ileal too, nowadays l en inequality of Furniture averages better. In buying Furniture do nun or two thlrgs liefum oil buy anything. Mak-tiyour mind how much vmiwiitit to apcml nnd fee what wo can give you for that nmount, or rive inako up v ur rniml uhul grndo of Furniture Always tho lowest oil you want and enmpuro our price with ihnt ol otlieix. Bt Ann Street, DoTHum hiiiixiiI to same grade of Furniture. M 12t Owensboro, Ky. p 22!I-'.':J- 1 mvySLY Buccestor to Martin it Smith. 1 '" 1 nHMBali ,0 I I Reepdreb?nt" CARSON & GO. $11.50 $11.50 1 CAN'T P 1BH1 US! M Offered for Best Bedroom Suit fTver $ Bed, Wash- - AJLg30 stand and d resser. NICE BEVEL PLATE GLASS 1 Rag-lan- clay-ban- k ABSOLUTELY UNEQUillLED As regards size, durability. similar bargains at the Hundreds of HOUSE. LOUISVILLE o WOLF, 112 Wust Main Street, Dwensbord. S. K HUE $11.50 EGGS AND POULTRY. J whs. 813-31- $11.50.. s, al Shlptlum la u. Wrire In a noiltion to mike ItiltcIilnUy to your Interest tails (a We fcaadl Try thing rtlteil on a farm on coirnnliilon : to If you have any thing to tell, avail auriclC of our acrvtcti. He 1I0 an Immense business and have more buyera than other Correspondence Invited. 1'rlce currents mailed free on application. CD. H...'J Th I nnHInn rnmmlnln UrDlinnU.RARTFR U...k.l. 0 Mnrrell Court and 110 Third Street. LOUISVILLE. KY ) Ma-ce- WANTED SALESMEN line ot Nursery, TIP TOP IS THE NAME OF OUK NEW Liberal Salary or ComtiiiMum (mid weekly. Permanent uud Paying positions to (rood men. Special inducements to becinnerB. Exclusive terriWrite nt ouro tory given if desired. J15 a m for terms tn ZE3ic 37" One of th liort. e cl II.WKS NURSERY llorte Urea kill r. CO,. WHEELS ItoniKSTKit, N. Y. built. Chil-dren- tho latost Improvomonts; largo Barrel Hub, narrow Wash Duncmn. Hartford. troad, full Ball boarlng and sataWaa Good Old Grnnny .Metc.dl, 86 years Strictly High Grado In ovory old. livlmr nL diS Monroe ftrect. Pa- - rospoct, prlco only S OO.OO ducal, Ky.. urtyji that Or. Hell's Pine spoclal prlcos to clubs, All Tar Houcy Is tlie nest grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial temedy that has been offend to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. 7. Wayne Griffin & Uro., druggist, and Keufrow Uros., Nqrrows, Ky. I am prepared to handle horses, and make a specialty ot bteaking horses Prices reasthat have been (polled. onable unci work uuarunteeil. It Is Strong, Light and Good. blood-disea- WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Also Agents for tho Victor, N a p o I eon, I Whta Daby was tlcV, yn (ate her Cantoris, VTtieo aha wis a Child, ahe cried (or Castorta. VTktn ahe became MUa, ahe clung to Caatorlo, When the bad CMUivo the gave thtJaCutorla. Hnliday. Barnes & Wi: earnestly uppritl to ntirsub ecrlhers, who me in the nrrearH. tn ' Wo come iu uud settle at ouco I Overland. IIILL&STEITLER Wholes ile Haidware & Bicycles OWKXSnOKO, KY, I NEED 'THE MONEY YOU OWE U8. WHICH THE V !& G CORSET. Over Thirty Years New straw limiting nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Boys clothing cheap nt Fair Bios Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Without Sickness. Mr. II. Wettstein.h enterprising citizen of Uyron, 111., TTrttcs: "JJoforo I paid audi attcii-tloto regulating- tl bowels, I hardly Jcnow n well day; but since I well-known &Co'h. U WE WAIT 10.088 fid, ft: :Jiiiiiiur Coif.etnal hn'r Ht Bros, Bto.4 Co's Allium . Nw . POUNDS OF 1'siy x ' I, iii.it link l'dil learned the. evil results of constipation, and tliu tfllcucy of Mr A I Mill, of O.venjl!,oro, Is in town lor n lew duyn. Two of Mis. I.yoiDi' Maville, are dead. C&EAM For Which Wc Will tho II AYER'S I Imvo not had day's sickness for over thirty years not ono attack that did not readily yield to this 0110 fic babies, of BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A fiighesi Market frio.e Wc have to give in exchange rill, twt Dr. W. II. Armeudt, Wij in town Moud.iy. Owensboro, We have just received one case 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 til msg&m remedy, ily wlfo had been, previous to our marriage, an invalid for yenni. SI10 had a prejudlco against cathartics, but ns pooh as she began to uso Ayer's Pills her health was See Mattin.tl:e oH reliable Jeweler, for anything in Ills line. Call on C. R. Martin fjr all ol w.ilch a. id c'ock icp .:... kinds pure Grape Crtam of Tartar Powder. Fres from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. restored." Attorney II I', Taylor and M. L. Heiiviin wen- - in Louisville this week. We wunt u Centertown. BEAVER DAM. THE LARIiST And most complete O-OOZDS AYER'S Cathartic Pills Medal and Diploma To Restore The Quarterly Meeting of the M good correspondent at IJ. Church. South was held at this Who will attend to it? place Saturday and Sunday. Large crowds atteded. Miss Leona Hacket, T.ivcrmore, has been visiting her mint Mrs. W. II. Austin for the past week. Mr. Sam Duncan, Morganficld, is visiting his sister. Mrs. Eliza Gray. Miss Annie Hunt, Huntsville, visited Mr. II. D. Hunt and family this week. Several Beaver Dam folks attended the play at Hartford last Friday night. They report that it was quite good. Mrs. 12, II. Patterson in company tvith Miss Ollie Smith has been visiting her parents Mr. S. P. Taylor and wife for several days. Mr. Sam French and wife, Newville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. W. H. Austin and wife. Mr. Oscar MeKenney, Rochester, spent Saturday and Sunday here with STOCK of CLOTHING The host and well assorted line it World's Slrugth, UVi Ttlr. Ajir'i Struyirilla Shetlfi Keown and family visited friends aud (datives near Fordsville the first of the week. Rev. W. II. Barnett, of Camba, Ohio, is the guest of his brother, tion s. m. mrnctt. IF1 XDZESIESS BROADWAY WWU CORSETS Sold every where for 75c; our price, as long as they last, is 50c. Wool! bring it to Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr. I.atkin Williams and two Visit Hair Bros. Monday while at daughters, Centertown, gave us very court. pleasant call Tuesday. $1 for a good plowshoeatl'nirBros. Mr.W. M. Hudson, has relumed & Co's. from a visit to friends and relatives at Owensboro and Hawesville. t for ladies fine shoes at Fair Bros. & Also a full and complete stock of JNTotrons, Jiedts " itrjErw Kid Gloves in white, tan, brown and black, from 75c to 81.50 per pair. stocz: ozf1 Co'. Don't tail to bring your wool to Carson & Co, Bring on your Hams and Wool to Carson & Co. ao yards good calico for $t at Fair Bros. & Co's. Dr. J. S Coleman and wile, and Rev. Jo. II. Rogers and wife have returned from Chattanooga. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Moore, Sulphur Springs, were the guests of Dr. and .Mrs. K. W.Ford the first of the week. Call at The Rei'Ubucan Office next week and renew your subscription and take the Louisville Commercial. Which wc will sell for the lowest Our Millinery Goods. Miss Walsh is doing the Millinery business. Not a week passes without our stock being replenished. so it isutnll times lull of the latest things. Ribbons and Ladies Underwear. We keep the largest stock of these goods in Ohio County. Ladies gowns, skirts, chemise 50c to $1.00. Also big line ready made waists 50c to $1.00. Come To See Us For bargains in all lines. trade. ZETa-ii- We want your Bring on your wool, eggs, ginseng, feathers,, etc. r Biros., 8z, Co. FrOpriotors. "Circuit Court Convenes Monday. at Wc want your Wool. Causon&Co. Cull on Bullington for n good piarfford emple of fashion.- Call on Bullington, the barber. Hoes, rakes, etc., at Stevens' bargain. Stevens pays produce. highest prices lor shave. For Hoes, Rakes, &c, call on Stevens and get a bargain. All those indebted to us will come forward and settle at once. C. P. Westekmeld & Son. buggy at a If you want n surprisingly low price, call on Field & Ilolbrook. first-class Pure ctnb cider for sale by P. V. 22 Cm Firtle, Hartlord, Ky. 'i Young men get you one of those II. 51. T. buggies lor sale by Pield & Ilolbrook, Dr.Boyet telegraphed yesterday that he could not be here to lecture last night on account of sickness in his family. Wanted. good property. To borrow $600.00 nn AddreSs "C" cate Hartford, Ky. tt NOT LONG tm ly he Business We want your Wool, Bacon, Hens, Butfrying Chickens, Eggs, ter and Feathers. Carson & Co. Hut long enough to know that there Pield & Ilolbrook handle the Mllwau-ke- e are some people I am pleasing with Binder. Call and see them before my goods and prices, because they you buy. continue to trade with me. We will not deliver Ice alter 7 a. Leave your order so we in, o'clock. can attend to it early. QUALITY two of 'And prices Carson & Co. the most important points Are There is nothing shoddy about our to consider in buying anything. I program paper. It is the finest on make them my specialty in Groceries. the market. Get our prices before We are sure to going elsewhere. MY please you. Call in and see samples. METHOD OF i0"" Doing Business Is to buy the best, sell the best, and recommend the best. It is this method that has brought to my store n permanent, desirable patronage. ghere are gimes When Yoa can-""Lay up a Cent, But you can always save money by buying your Groceries of " L B STEVENS. We sell Ice at 1 cent per pound Carson . & Co. Bulllugton is the best barber in the Green Rives Country. Remember Bulllngton's tonsorial parlor when you want a good shave. Stevens gives a first-l- ass with each can of Golden Powders. sifter Baking I Don't you want some Building Ijom Stock. The Kentucky Citizens is the best. Remember you can get Tjir and Louisville Commercial for $1,35 per year. ?ynrxzr live sometimes when girdled Nature ever nearly around. labors to repair damage, and after a time, the wounded surfaces are nicely healed. Some persons live and fully recover, even after consumption has made cavities in the lungs. In this struggle we can greatly aid nature by giving Scott's Oil' Emulsion of Cod-livThe with Hypophosphltes. oil supplies needed fat, and the hypophosphltes tone up the nerves. The decline In weight ceases. A positive gain begins, and once again there Is promise of life and health. It is never too late to try. er tfe Scott' Emulsion & Mrs. R. A, Harrison, of Barrett's Ferry, visited her brother, Col. J. S. Miss Florence White was on the R. Wedding, last Friday and Satursick list this week. day. Join the crowd and come to Fair The Beaver Dam Brass Band is Bros. & Co's lor bargains. making extensive prepartions for a Mrs. Kd Bennett was the guest of grand jubilee on June 6th, at Beaver Dam. Mrs. C. M. Barnctt this week. Last Sunday Sheriff Keown's milch W. Kcssinger, Narrows, gave Mr. cow got tangled in the fence around us u pleasant call yesterday. the tennis ground and fell, breaking Mr. G. T. Westerfieltl has moved to her neck. his father's house on Kim Street. Rev. Royster, a Holiness preacher Mr. C. L. Field is in Memphis this of the Methodist Church, is conductin the interest of the Field Coal week ing an interesting revival at the Company. Coutt House this week. A large ciowd from Hartford atGood Sweet potato slips for sale. tended Buffalo Bill's Show at Oweus-bo- ro variety, healthy growth. Apply to Kelson Bros., old Fair Grounds, HartMiss AbbieFord, of Fordsville.who ford, Ky. 42-.is the guest of her brother, Dr. E. W. Born to the wife of Mr. Frank Ford, is quite ill. living near town, Wednesday All those indebted to u will come evening a fine 9 pound boy, Dr. J. S. forward and settle at once. Morton attending physician. C. P. Wksterfield & Son. Cards are out announcing the marWe will pay the highest market riage of Mr. J.W. Kahn, of Cromwell, to Miss E. J. MeKenney, of Morgan price for your wool. town, which will occur next Sunday Carson & Co. evening. Wilson, wife and daughMr. J. G. Sylvester Brootufield was arrested ter, Rosine, called to see us Wednesnear Hines Mill Tuesday by Marshal day. P. Stevens, charged with having Circuit Court convenes Monday. J. used abusive language in the presence-o- t Be on hand, aud pay your subscripladies. He was brought to town tion. and gave bond for his appearance at We sent you a statement this week trial. about you subscription. Call iu MonS. C. Stevens, by his straight dealday and settle it. ing with the Werner Publishing ComCome and see our Milwaukee Binpany, has been promoted to General der and Mowers belore you buy. Agent. Those who desire pleasant Field & Homjrook. and profitable work during vacation Commencement exercises will soon would do well to call on or write to be on hand, and the classes will need him at Beaver Dam, Ky. programs. Be sure to giye us a call, Work has been stopped temporari-all- y we will save you money. on the oil well, awaiting the ar Photographer Taylor will make his rival of casing. They havegonedown last trip to Hartford on the first Mon- about 1,000 feet nnd have struck The He will be gone from a strong vein of salt water. day in June. work will start up again iu a few days the county about three months. and be worked to a finish. Patties wanting wheat bran for ferWe have sent out several hundred tilizing purposes, slightly damaged by heat, can get it at J. W. Ford & dred dollars worth of statements this Co's Mill at $6 per ton. 4 2t week to subscribers who are owing on subscription, and we expect you Miss Dora Gibson, who has been in us We to come in Monday nnd settle. Texas for several mouths, will arrive need the money or we would not send at home some time next week to the statement. Please attend to this spend a few dayawith her home folks. and give us a lift with some cash. Mr. U. L. Bullington received word Tim Knlrrlnliiinrnt. from, Rockport, Ind., yesterday that The Adelphian and Hypatian Enlaw at tertainment last Friday night was bis brother who is practicing that place, was very ill with con highly enjoyed by all who attended, nnd a large crowd was in attendance. sumption. ThC'IIetoic Dutchman of '76" was Mr. F. V.Tatura, living near town, presented in grand style, each actor died yesterday morning, aged about doing his full duty to the subject. Space forbids mention of each one He was a separately, but we will say that all 56 years, of pneumonia. good citizen and will be greatly miss- did well. Mrs. J. S. Glenn was gen-ermanager and had taken special ed iu his community. pains to prepare the young people for Mr. W. P, Bennett, living in the the occasion, and her experience toWashington neighborhood, lost a fine gether with her natural ability for mnre last Sunday. .She stuck a cane such work had much to do with the of the entertainment. stalk iu her foot and it is supposed success play was followed by a laughaThe she died of lock jaw. ble farce entitled "The Sweet FamienNeel, representing the ly," which was performed to the Mr. Rulus The door leceipts joyment of nil. of Owens- Coflee Wes-tcrfiel- d, 1 al yard lor good shirtingatlair Bros. & Co's. The best Binder on the market is the Milwaukee. Sc per Co., boro, was iu town Wednesday Curry-Guenth- In l nlttut fy tto livr uJt,m tlwu It'll f l fit Nf twus , l(rpeplwptitl. Oil rl l 0 J f I 00 t T "J". " A postal card, with your name and Kitsel-m- an he can make sales where address thereon, addressed to that Bros., Ridgeville,Ind.,willbrlng everybody else falls. you full particulars how to make the best fence on earth at the actual cost Kin-g- o It is rumored that Mr. Ben D. of the wire. See their advertisement. will resign as Master Commissioner at the next term of court next l.IIIKUTY, week, aud in the event that he does A lajgc number of people from this it is the general opinion of the bar place atteudtd the Quarterly Meeting and people in general that Mr. W. G, at Beaver Dam last Sunday, Hardwick will be appointed. He is Mr. Ols Williams is ou the sick well qualified for the place and would list. be acceptable to us all save his poliMiss Athn Smith who has been sick tics. for several days is able to be up again. The following named persons have ' Miss Mollle Maddox is visiting her paid their subscription to The Resister near Mt. Pleasant. publican since our last issue: Ois Quite a number of young people Williams, II. C. Leach, Jno. II, Bar-risfrom this place attended the hop near R. T, Taylor, Beaver Dam; J, C. Vine Grove Saturday night last. Herald, Hartford; Lnrkln Williams, Miss Zela Stevens visited her sls- Centertown; I, H.Axton, Owensboro; ter, Mrs, Clara Leach, last Suud ly. J. V, Martin, Fordsville, Now why , crowd ol our young people antix can't you do likewise and get your clpate going to Tleasant Rlde next name on the roll of honor. Doha Dean. Sunday, to say s, hust- - umounted to $46.70. his parents. Mrs. Henry Hacket and daughter, Miss Aubrey, Livermore, visited relatives here this week. Little Mamie Williams happened to a very bad accident last Saturday. She dropping a glass bottle and it breaking cut two of her toes almost off.lt is thought she will bewell soon. Mrs. W. H. Austin and Miss Leona Hacket spent Wednesday in Hartford with Rev. Hicks and wife. Mr. E. H. Patterson, Central City, Wo aro Yours lor Trade, was in town Sunday. Mrs. S. P. Taylor visited her sister, Mrs. R. R. Paxton, iu Central City last week. Mr. O. P. Brenton and family met some relatives from Stewarttown at High View and there spent the day I3L"ST. Sunday. Mr. R. T. Taylor and wife spent Sunday in Hartford. Not nn cam: nc.v. Mrs. Geoigie Coots visited in the The following correspondence which Health is generally good at this country Sunday. was handed us by J. S. Chandler ex- writing. Farmers are about done Miss Agnes Herald spent Sunday plains itself planting corn. The cut worms are at her home in Rockport. Hartford, Kv May 8, 1896 . doing some damage. Wheat is not Attye. Prof. C. C. Cline, Cincinnati!, O. looking so well this week. A good I'rrlpci WlsUmt Dear Sir and Brother: I wrote a rain is badly needed. The apple crop Would give us perfect health. Be- short article for the Hartford papers will be light this year. cause men and women are. not per- in reference to your visit here, in Misses Ella and Alice Murphy visfectly wise, they must take medicines which I spoke of you as a converted ited Mr. J.G. Wilson's family last to keep themselves perfectly healthy. priest, since which I have concluded Saturday night. Pure, rich blood is the basis of good that I have you mixed up with Slatt-crMrs. Bettie St. Clair visited her health. Hood's Sarsaparllla is the and possibly yoa were never a daughter, Mrs. Sara Christian, last One True Blood Purifier. It gives Catholic. Please answer immediately week. good health because it builds upon so I can make the necessary correcMr. Ansel Wilson has moved his the true foundation pure blood. tion and apology. saw mill to Miss Rachel Baltzell's Fraternally, farm and has begun sawing. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, J. S. Chandler. There will be SundaySchool atFair perfectly harmless, always reliable P. S, Please return this with your View schoolhouse every Sunday eveand beneficial. answer. J. S. C. ning. WANTED. Born to the wife of Mr. Garison Walnut Hills. Cincinnati, O., May 10, 1896: Dear brother Chandler Hoover on the 6th, inst., a girl. Rev. F. M. Farris will preach at I will gladly accept your apology We want twenty good solicitors to the Fair View schoolhouse the fourth solicit for our latest and most popu- for classing me with the lar publications; this work combines I am a minister of thirty year's stand- Sunday. Mr. James Paxton, from near Beavpleasure with profit. No experience ing from a family that has never had or capital necessary. A pleasant and a Catholic in it ou either side of the er Dam, visited Mr. E.P. Taylor.ncar profitable work for vacation, Inone but house, and I shall hope will never Olatou last week. The dogs have killed six sheep in energetic parties need apply. For have in the remotest ramification ol further particulars call on or write its Protestant blood. I was taught to the neighborhood recently. Mr. E. P. Taylor ha3 the promise our General Agent, S. C. Stevens, protect against this mystery of iniquity from boyhood up. I am only fill- of the school at Salem, where he has Ky. Beaver Dam, ing up the lack In what is called the taught for two years. The Werner Pud. Co.J Mr. Frank Tilford, who has been Protestant ministry by setting forth Chicago. God's denunciations of the old wom- on the sick list for some time, is reAnderson. Children Cry for an ou Tiber, Kindest regards to you covering slowly. and yoursv C.C. Cline. Notice. ' I have begun to close out the entire Cures, absolute, permanent cures JI.N'dO. stock of groceries, fixtures, &c, asRev. J. P. Nelson is dangerously have given Hood's Sarsaparllla the signed to me by W. II. Williams nnd ill at this writing. Dr. J. L. Llles is largest sales in the world and the first on Monday, May 18,' will close out place among medicines. attending on him. the remainder ot the stock at public Measlesareprevailiug in this neighauction. ShelbyTaylor, Af r.O'Itllry' Letter. borhood; 16 or so coses at present. Assignee ot W. H. Williams. Leitciii'ild, Kv.,May 896. Mr. Tom Vance met with a serious if not fatal accident last Saturday. Special to The Hartford RnruiiLiCAN: Hoti. C. M. went to FrankJ. S. Chandler, J. S. Coleman, of fort Wednesday.Barnett He started tollorton iu his buggy,his mule ran away throwing him against Hartford, Ky., stated in the columns a stump, bruising his head aud face of the Hartford Herald that Trof. C. C. Cline, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is a HER LIFE TRULY SAVED. fearfully. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Does It. Little Ernest, son of J. T. Morrlsou converted Priest. This is absolutely La rolnt, a was badly mangled by a vicious hog, false. He lectured in LeltchGeld.Ky., otMnkChas. praises this wonderful resident remedy. Denver, Her testimony Bhonld convince all as to tho belonging to J. Y. Hagcrman. The last August forthreesuccessivenights 01 iiionewiirariuuro unuiicsiora- as an A. P. A. He is known to the wortnNervine. Her letter datcU Sept. 11th, tlve boy will get well, but the hog wou't. people ot this town to be formerly a 1691, reads as follows: John Allen is at home this week preacher of the Christian denominawith his mother. tion, and now goes about from place IJ. T, Moore and wife, Narrows, are to place lecturing against the Cathovisiting Misses Ida and Ada Duke. lic Church. The Deacon of the Clitiss Messrs. Cuudifl, C. Rogers and J. tian Church here, who is n promiL. Allen made a flying trip to Phil-pof Station Saturday, returning Sun- nent lawyer, refused him the use the Christian Church on the account JUDEI.I.E. day. of the character of the man and subAttorney J. B.Vickers left for Hart- ject he lectured on. D. O'RiLEY. ford last Tuesday morning. Mr. Vickers will make his future home urriiKi.. there, Jo is one of the best of men, Mr. Tom Clark died last Sunday a good lawyer and has built up a and was buried here the following large practice while here. For the day. Rev, G, J, Beau preached the ' purpose of being convenient to the re- funeral. cords he has moved to Hartford, havMr. Mose Fuqua and several young ing rented an oQlceopposlte the Court men went to Green river fishing last Mas. hx roiNT, 1137 Ilumboldt St. The people of Fordsville week. House "Typhoid fever left me wltb heart troubla ot tlio most terloui nature. NotliluK tint will miss Jo's genial face and regret Bom to the wife J. F, Gray a girl, , doctors gave uaa anyeaecu 1 nu wtoio was unable to He tlio to lose him, but whlleit is a consideraMr. Fount Tatum is on the sick . pulns In(Ida licart, andthan thrvo minutes on aft my left for more ' a time. My lieartseemod to miss beau, anil ble loss to Fordsville, Hatttord has list. smothering spells. I I. bad T..n.ta n.jit.1.1 hamIn which It secnicil I lac. Wn iwib gained one of the brightest lights 'in Your scribe will be in town next ' dentlv saw an advertisement of He will however be Monday-witthe profession. a patent churn. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure a very frequent visitor to Fordsville. Now gentlemen, ifit is any of my and KestoratlTO Nervine, anil purchased m a. the After Express. business to answer Mr, S L. St, Clair, bottle Iof ooch. bo liftedtaking- chairremediesup and sit In a week, could was able tu sn will say that he wrote a do hour. and tnashurt tlniobeIeyergrnteful One of the best evidences that of Olaton, I litbthouseworlc. 1 shall toyou for your wonderful medicines. Iruly Ayer's Hair Vigpr is an article of ex- good letter and made a good selection ,he.veam,s.f.onAglAtolNTi I am like the ceptional merit is the fact that the de- for November, 1897, Dr. Miles ITeart Cure Is sold on a posltiva Jingo 'lowboy Sam A. Anderson can guarantee that the first bottlo will DenenU mand for It constantly increasing. No AH druggists sell It at IL a bottles for M, or do the work for the Rei'Uiiucan ofone who uses this incomparable dressing thinks of trying any other prepa- fice and be Circuit Clerk too, and do Dr. Mies' Heart Cure B. II. It well. ration for the hair. We want your Feathers, Bacon, Hams, Chickens, Eggs and Ginseng. ALWAYS READY TO SEE YOU. CARSON & CO J y, Pitcher's Castorla. n ot h - :?. U ..ffl Hartford Republican Friday, May 15,1896. Too inch Knfe The use of the Burgeon's knife is be coming so general, resulting fatally in such a large' number of cases, as to occasion general alarm. The press nl most dally announces the death of some unfortunate whose system could not withstand the shock of an operation, and whose life was cruelly sacrificed to the keen Made of the surgeon. Of course, in some instances an operation is necessary, and is the only means of saving life, but such cases arc exceedingly rare. So many deaths occur under these conditions, however, that the public is beginning to realize that the doctors are too hasty in resorting to the knife, and if such n stale of affairs continues, there will before long be a general uprising against such measures. It is but reasonable to believe that the majority of operations arc unnecessary, but when the fatal mistake is discovered too late, only the doctors ever know of their error, and though a precious life is given up, the public is assured that death would have resulted in spite of the opcratiou, and who is ever the wiser ? The folly of resorting to the knife in cases of cancer, it demonstrated every time it is undertaken. The disease is in the blood and the cancer or sore is but the outward manifestation of a terrible condition of the entire circula tion. To cut out this sore, therefore, does not in any way effect the disease, and it can easily be seen that the only correct treatment is to get at the scat of the disease, and purify the blood; the sore will then heal up naturally. S.S.S. is the most powerful blood remedy made, and is the only cure for cancer. very Intelligent young men nnd souie ol the prettiest young Indies lit the county. In politics we arc pretty evenly tlN vided between the Democrats nnd the Republicans with the balance ol power In favor of the former. Speaking ot politics reminds us th.it in '97 Ohio county, along with all other counties of the State, has to We want to say elect county officers that this neighborhood Ii:ih always paid Its county levy, there notbeittc n Though we delinquent among us, have paid "tithes" lor all we possess, the Republicans here have never held mi oDilce, either by election or by ap Not only hnve we paid pointment. "tithes" for nil we possess, but we have voted the "way we shot,'' and now it lies In the power of the Republicans of the county to help us, we nre going to ask them to nominate one ol our capable sons for the office of Sheriff ol Ohio county. That man is nonn other than Mr Sam T. He is at present a member ol the County Kxecutive Committee and an ardent Republican. lie is In every way qualified nnd it chosen would reflect credit on himself and his conWe would sugge? t to the stituents. Republicans of Ohio county that they could make no mistake in selecting him. There lives near here quite it noted personage in the person of "Uncle" Louis Tinsley, of color. lie Is certainty over one hundred years old. He claims to have been a hostler for nn officer in the war of the Revolution, when he was a boy, and was until recently quite interesting in his reminences. Later lit life he was sold by his owner In Virginia to Mr. Jo Tinsley, of near Beda, and was an old man when the late war broke out. Notwitstanding his age he enlisted iu the Union army and served three years. He was with Gen. Grant when Leesurrendredat Appomattox and had d the pleasure ot visiting his old home. After the war was over he returned to Ohio county and has been noted for his honesty and fruTwo or three years ago he gality. B.ir-net- t. boy-hoo- MEDICAL Genoral Directory. trMt. Ulpans TAuiilep. TREATMENT. If ton want ths btri tip" " cintlfle men DTinairmnntr nnTiiriifiiimi iirclHMitiMlili foiinlrr. eooiultimfy til Ill IlltU'lV iO ...... ... Frpri lUtth..M ni.i vHivnF" Jit u,i viiriinis ofinrnamj women, - STATI! Ol'i'ICIAI.S. roTeltual aul financial refer pncM. ft Ileal riisr.nie rt.vn If Dfcraryi catarrh III.mmI and Nr l'lltil I'ait-- t ruled hrm.ll all uvrrlli tdui wtrM iriHiifii forjiuptmu llUuk.Vo by iibJUiff for into No. I for No. 3, h Ul 1IU. 11 st It bWlu, 1 A T.I 1. .a - Governor William O. llrndloy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoCharles Finley. Attorney" General W. S. Taylor. A inlltor Samuel II. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, HorStatistics Lucas anil ticulture Moore. X!VvN5wcsss wmn. I)r, , PkJo lWar, No. 4 fur Sccrelnryof State VREEM Atuicftl jcerrrrnc f.ir uif 0 and wumfu ftr anllrtvil with IB. ur private tils. smi ft ClAiu 11rat, female UoiiMrs, tte Hi nt twn J. r III .Lull., tti I ay iHi.tAi'r. In the li'ftdlOK Ppvilftl- Itli ftini rliy.lrlaii. in II. Ii tnuntrjr. psacsjyjv for UK. HATHAWAY jo Dearborn St., Chicago, CO., 111. Infant vxNcC!J5c nnd Children. that Parrgortt, ! Superintendent Public M. Duviton. Kegistcr Land Office Iiistruction-Gc- o. same source ns that other phrase, "innocuous desuctudel" Laughter I wnnt to say that the expressions "coflee cooler" and "bounty jumper" have, in my opinion, fallen into innocuous desuetude. We had 110 bounty jumpers or coflee cooler lu Kentucky. The only sort ol junipers we had there were men who jumped over the ciiemv's works and jumped to the top. of the mountains nnd planted the Union flag tncre iu triumph. Applause. The men w ho fought the battles of the civil war on the one side and the other were as brave and ns honoinble ns nny in the country, and to my mind tio such phrases can properly be applied to Union or Confederate soldiers. They are odious. And the time will soou come when the man who uses them as applied to the Union soldiers will be looked upon witti the same contempt and scorn as one who would speik reproachfully of the soldiers of the Revolutionary war, the war of 1812 or the Mexican war. The cntintry cherishes its patriotic dead. The tumult that cov-e- r their mortal remains are sacred spots to all good men nnd women . For their living comrades thereshould be no sentiment other than the broadest charity and warmest allecthn. For them may springs in every desert flow, All gentle spirits wait upon their words, And every tree that o'er their pith Lends low Have its bright flowers, its fruits, Ulins. O. llornolil. Insurance Bureau Cniiiniissioncr-- D. W. Comingiire. Adjutant General D. It. Collier. Stato Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown Day. llAIMtllAt) COMMtaWiNKlW. Mothers; w llliout Southing Hyruitf, CortlUI, moit rcmctllti for clitMrcti nre coiuponctl of opium or niorplilncr do you know nuny TnlmlcH euro tintirim, Tahtilcfl: nt ilriiRRlntA. Tnliiilon euro ill.zliirRH. Tnliiilen euro hunlnelip. Talmlcs euro nnluloiico. ltlt'tui-- ; Tiiliiiles euro ilyncii.iki. Ulp:iiisTiil)iilisnsBll illRfFtlnn. lllpnns Tubmen niie bail lnr.illi. Hlp.tiiH TabiilfHeuie lillloimnow, ItlpJiin Tabulci! onci elves iHli'f. ltlp.ilinTiibillosriirolnillKPHtlnii. HlpatigTabulex euro torpid liver. Itlpau-- i Tabules: KCiittn ratliartlc. Ulpans T.ibuleH euro roiistlpntloii. ttlp.itinTabiiles: for sour Btumiicli. ltlpnimTaliulos: pleiinnnt hixatlve. UlpatiH Tulnilrs euro llvnr troubles. ItipaiiH KIpniiH UlpaiiM UlpaiiR UlpatiH ' THE AGGIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T. B. Ql'INCtr, Drawer ISO, Chicago, Mecrr tary of the Stah Avcihint for liitornialion CoMI'ANV, tei:anllnK ArelJenl luiur. Mention tills pnr. mice. lly so Joliiif you tun save Membership fee. Has M over JOUO.IMJUU lot swclilental injuries. Uo your own Agent. lo Yoti Know that opium anil ttioiptilne me ktupef) tug uarcuttc jiolsunt? Ho Vim Know that In liioUuulilcOiUKiilltinot ttttilUedlutlliiarcollt lal'dluc them twlioiti kIioiiM not pt trill nnymcdklue to be given yourchllJ unlets ou or 3 our phyilcUn Lnowof wlut It U coitioeilr 1o Vim Know lint joii Voti If limy 1 C. Wood, chairman; J. P. Dempscy, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel "P, Drown. Juo mm MKD1CAI, Wo III Ingredient publUlieil llial CaitorU Is a purely vegetable preparation, anil that a Hit of villi every buttle f C0N(inC.i3IOSAL. Senators Hon. William C. Lindsay, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. Kepre.entative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE I.KOISI.ATllltE. Ho Von lCnovr that CaitorU la the prescription of the fatnoui l)r. Samuel Mlther. That It bai been lu use for nearly thirty ears, and that wore Ciilotla Is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined 1 Ho Von Tttiow that the Talent Office Department of the United States, and of other couutf les, hate Usucd excluilre right to Dr. Pitcher and hit anlgnt to me the wold " Cliwlorlil " aud lit formula, aud that to imitate them Is a slate prison olTcliie? Von ICtiow that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because CaitorU had been proven to be uliNfilutcly IinrilllCNii? Hi Von ttlinT that 33 llveruifU doses of CaitorU are furnished for 3 ccntH,oro leexut airier ! Von itnow that uhcu pnssesirdof this perfect preparation, yourcblldreutusy tc Lept u ell, and that on may hate unbroken rest f Voll. Hd EXAMINATION Ki:QUIltm ,V iTABLER'SDII BUCK EYE Senator Hon. A. D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Damett. OHIO COUNTY. Hon W. T. Owen, Judge boro. rillCUIT COUUT. lo rillJU D OINTMENT (CURES SURE NOTHING BUT PILES. Oweus Hon. J Edwin Rowc, Attorney Owenrboro, J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. (J. D. Likens, Clerk Hartford. D. D. Itiugo, Master Commissioner llient tlilnm are worth LmomIiij. fnc-Mln- il They are facts. la) BEST REMEDY for PILES. ot aiircry MOI.ll IIY A I.I. 1UI'I1JITH. rr.ritinrJ!:nit:::it vto eo.. cT.teni. known for and CERTAIN CURE IB yonrsnttho Tlio Hltrtiutiirf 11 T&ytfM& wrapper. I Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Keowu, SlieriH -- Hartford. Deputies Samuel Kcown Hartford .Joe Roberts, Fordsvillp; Thos. It. Bishop, Centeitown; S. T. Stevens, G. D Liken?, Cromwell. Hartford. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 'vav-s vrm .: w. u. 1 . irn H V 1 sbH rsal jallllH 1 B sssall aH ssHasfl ' Louisville. St. Louis & I Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNT V COUNT. West bound trains. These trains run daily. No, 41. ! o. 43. STATIONS. I) 30 p III 7 45 am. . I.v. U. Depot, Louisville . . . Kentucky Stteet .Sou 8 40 . . West Point 7 20 Texas Railway Company. I I . . 1 and siuging birds. drew a small pension. On account of his age he has been confined to his C. room for several years. m m MR. WILLIAM WAIPOIS. To submit to an operation, is to voluntarily endanger one's life, without the slightest hope of being benefitted. jlr. William Walpole, is a wealthy planter residing at Walshtown, South Dakota, and is well known all over the state. Under date of January 20th, 1896, he writes; "Aboutthreeyears ago, there came under my left eye a little blotch about the size of a small pea. It grew rapidly, and for the past year, shooting pains ran in every direction. I became alarmed and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it cancer, and said that it must be cut out. This I would not consent to, having little faith in the indiscriminate use of the knife, though I was alarmed at my condition. Reading of the many cures made by S.S.S., I determined to give that medicine a trial, and after I had taken it a few days, the cancer became irritated and began to discharge. Thisaftcrawhileccased, leaving a small scab, which finally dropped off, and only a healthy looking little scar remained to mark the place where the destroyer had held full sway .Words are inadequate to express my gratitude to the great blood purifier, S. S. S., and I write this hoping that itmay be themeans of leading other sufferers to a cure." Cancer is not incurable, but the only means of curing it is to rid the blood of the disease. S.S.S. never fails to do this, but it is the only remedy to be relied upon. It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and cures Cancer, Scrofula, Eczema, Catarrh, Rheumatism and any other disease of the blood. Other blood diseases often develop into such alarm, ing conditions that the doctors think an operation necessary. Scrofula, for instance, often diseases the glands of the neck to such an extent that an operation is looked upon as absolutely the only relief. This is also a grave error, as the disease is in the blood and a real blood remedy is the only cure. An operation never did cure n blood disease. Beware of the knife I Send for our books on cancer and blood diseases, mailed free. Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia. KINDERHOOK. Somothing About the Early Sottlors of this Neighborhood. This place is one of the oldest .settled places in Ohiocounty and derives its name from a settlement of the same name in the State of New York, where all the settlers were related to cariiotlier. Kiuderhook was first settled by the Harrietts, the Bennetts and the Stevens, nil kin to eadiothcr. Among its sons are some ol the foremost ministers of the day, also doctors and lawyers and some very fine educators have been born and reared here. In the midst of the settlement is a small piece of inclosed land on stands what is know as the Alexan der Scuoolliouse, and near by on the same survey is a burying ground, for public use, in whose bosom sleeps the heroes oi three wars. In one corner, what is known as the pauper lot, sleeps l'eter Loyal, a soldier in the Revolutionary war. This man doubtless obeyed the commands of the father of our country, jet he died a pauper, was burled in a pauper lot and there s-uo pillow 'or monument to mark the spot where lie rests. We would suggest that the G. A. R. take notice of this neglect nnd do something towards perpetuating his memory. Besides there nre soldiers o! the Indian war resting there, and a great many that were soldiers In the late was. Is especially This neighborhood adapted to farming and within Its borders live some of the prosperous farmers in the county, namely; S. I.. Italrcl.J. H. Pattou, John C. Riley, V. G. and A. M. Harnett and others whom we will probably mention lu the future. Our people are genial, thrifty and pious. Among Its inhabitants can be found people of nearly all religious tlenomlnatious Metho-dlfctPresbyterians, Baptists and Among us lives some Copbellites. s, Athlisou Convenes first Monday in January, 9 02 531 1023 Just now everyboby Is beginning 10 25 Holt 5 29 aud Tuesday alter the fourth Monday to take a Spring Medicine. And it is 9t5 . . Clovetpoit . . . S 17 10 3S 9 it; in October. a good thing to do provided you take Shops, 10 42 5 '4 9 22 OTIIEIt COUNTY OFFICERS. Simmons Liver Regulaton the best 5 03 Skillman 1" 53 942 9 33 G. S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur 1 Spring Medicine. It's a sluggish liv 4 53 Ilawesville 9 30 05 9 44 Springs. 11 13 I'etric 4 4" 9 22 9 5 er that clogs the system and makes N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Falcon 11 lS 4 4" 9 16 9 5S bad blood. A dose a day of Simmons Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hnrt-for- d. :o oS 28 4 32 Lewisport 907 Liver Regulator will make a new man rows, Ky. 4 25 Waitman 10 i.s 9 00 35 L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur 1025 out ol you, and a new woman too. . . Towers , . 4 16 850 45 Springs. . . l'ates . . 4 05 S37 1038 Look for the red 7. on the package. 57 All pain Vanished bj Dr. Mile.' Tain Pill Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse 10 4S . . Owensboro 12 07 p m 3 55 827 It is Simmons Liver Regulator you t'lnlililnir ltlllfa. Keeper, Hartford. 12 19 3 44 11 00 SiS Mattinclv want. We will send T he REVLTLlCANand S 10 . . Griffith . 12 24 11 05 3 39 JUSTICES' COURTri. e 1 . oS 806 Stanley . 12 ;S 3 36 either of the following named papers Foisdsville. J. A. Dowlinc Bucklon's ArnlcaSalve. 11 15 7 59 WorthitiRton 1235 iio The Best Salve in the world lor for one year for the amount opposite Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June '20, 11 23 . . . Reads . . 3 23 12 43 7 52 Look over the list and September 10, Deceiuberl.il Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt each name. . Spoltsville 11 31 7 43 3 '6 1251 DuFOitn. Ben F. Graves March Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap- see what you need and give us a call: . 11 3 10 Hastens . 12 58 7 3f 20, June 25, September 2, Decemped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Daily and Sun. Courier-Journ, Hcmlersdn . I.v. 7 20 a m 2 55 P m 11 55 $3.25 I5P"I Skin Eruptions, and positively cures ber 24. " without Sunday " t 6 25 guarPiles, or no pay required. It is II MtTFOnn. A S. Anil March 5, y I 75 June anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or 4, September .'J, December .'5. Price 25 cents per Weekly Courier-fournmotey refunded. . . . . 1 75 Woodward Rosine. C. L. box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 OY COIMQ TO THE 25 March 13, June 12, September 11, Bell. tf December 11. N. Y. Tribune 1 25 I3JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, C'no.MwEi.L. Jont D. Wilson 1 65 N.Y. World WARRANTED. PRICE 00 ots. lion. J no W. I.phIi. March 7, June 7, September f, De( At ATI , It u., .Not. 16, ISiU. r 40 Mr. Lewis is alwas lound at his Chicago Iuter Oceati In the Ac. Theater Building, on 4th bet. Green & Walnut I'wUMdlnrtro., m Ixoli.Ma, fCO cember fl. U'o (JentlPttien UXUm ot ll U1 year. j 25 place in the House of Representatives Home & Farm nii()KH TAHTK!.Kt CIIIM. TONIC ai4 bar Tlii! I Urn lac where too can harerourtlcntat work done tttrr an J tor lest money than In ihu lnalluarci txiuwiii tliri trts! htory itjratnr iu tuUulTicei arn'ip. ri ,r.ii,uatsi( nutlet than Smith We would be glad to send you any attending to the business ol his counThe theory in the treatment ot aiivitlirnict lit j (r hi iIht iu MudentM capable and v llttnif t.i ulve ynu anjr adrlce prtiic nf It year. In Urn drutf tuilncM. bar tmit fMM'ru'n nofvr try. We make the following extract of the above named papers. This coughs, lung anil bronchial affections tjmi. ' inr. Jn i u iu jra. - artltlclaltcvtli, Wemakericrjr branchnf iletitUtry aH.uiljr. tai,Uua 'M an art it I thai y yurmca utaTtrtal ialla trulr. ba yuur'iohlc. AiiNk.V.CAHK A CO. NOTICE OUR PRICES. from the Congressional Record in the offer is good for new subscribers nnd has been advanced by the manufactures e nf teeth on rubber. J5.0, ifuaranleeil to fit an J aclnt lrcakain for "fife yciri. A Heat ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a written u For jale by Williams & llelL all u.it. in tei given with every tvet (inld filllriif k $t () and up. Pure Mirer filllnirs discussion ol the Pickler Pension Bill, old ones who pay oue jenr in advance truly a wonderful remedy. All dealother puttie Ullltu", 5V. Our crown and bridge, wurk, or terth wit hunt j'tate ate an Arm. showing the part Mr. Lewis took in natural ers sell it on a positive guarantee. M 'run if .Mid erWt.aliU.tt)iiur and put teeth, aud at price Inwer than the luwett. 25c , and name ilay. Teeth eitracted. UV tan rxlravt in new mir teeth REDUCED For sale by 7.. Wayne Griffin & Uro., frunir.uiu.MLa the matter: without pain. Vint .aii make apptilmnientH by mat). All mitulatlmi free. A lady al aria ta in , Ueuduntv.at druggist, "anil Renltow Uros., Narls trraLuf tit bf irao I Mr. Chairman, Mr. LEWIS. tlrtnr rhnlrlin rr 10 ifsri' i ttfipnM.. rows, Ky. Nu ba.1 erfiHIsi r CfteulLrii Iri4ll liliflluMa, want to ask the gentleman Irom New Nd klsrvlnir. Hrlnalv. i.r flhl.titiia4 lm linivrsifiii rsi rirtiir, ami laiitliitvoiurlriitiiL liir heard a great York a question. I have IIClaUH UKl kclrl la tin lu,l..rv IL 1 bouuuila cursiL Dental Co.. Louisville In the Avenue Theater Building, .(th St., bet. Green mid Wulnttt. PATIEHTS TREATED DY MAIL deal said about pensioning men who "' r rartlruisrs atlilrtss, with slaroe, rnnn.loiilsilr. lought under two flags. Now, I want HP CNVniiD tvhi.rtT.niM.iniriOa.ii.u. to know if I am not correct in saying GROOM YOUR HORSE WITH 'Bread is the Staff of Life: that a great many soldiers of the MexBONNER'S Over-Prof- it OUCL1SK ican war who fought all through the IN EVERY CAN OF HORSE CLEANER. DAKINQ POWDER WILL BE FOUND A civil war in the Confederate army are COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPON3 not now drawing pensions asvMexican No flies, fleas,moiquitos onlice. AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD Get our Great Catalogue and Buysoldiers? Removes dandrufl, dirt. Leave skin er (lulde. We'll send It for is A BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY Mr. PICKLER. Yes; all ol them solt nnd white. cents In sumps to pay part postage WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAU$100 00 for any case of Mange it will are. or expressage. The Uoolrt free. SAMPLE TIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. not cure. 700 Pages, 12000 illustrations, 40000 Now, I know some Mr. LEWIS Stops iritation, rubbing. Finefor clipdescriptions, everything that's used TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. CZTh'sysRellsile. of them individually, and I want to in life; tells you what you ought to ped horses. I'or eale by U it, btevens, H.utford, Ky. pay, whether you buy of us or not. ask the gentlemen who are so patriot- Mane and tail cleaner of the world. One profit from maker to user. OetlU No matting. ic and who are so much troubled here ' 14 W.M.St. Keeps hair fine, softnndsilky. A hair MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., . about men who fought under standWhrpayOOtoOOo.arodforfancawhaniroucanmakaino grower. Originators ol the Mall Order Method ards, if they would vote for a bill No .scratches. Mud will not stick. 6 Michigan Ave, Chicago, BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE ON EARTH striking from the pension lolls the Aid in shidding. Horae-lllBPlaond Chlok.n Tloht, Gold Crowns i5 to $7 names of Mexican soldieis who (ought Horse Groomed in less than hall the Poicelaiu Crowns 12 TO 20 FOR ana nor can CENT8 A ROD? 3 to 5 A man time rniks in the Confederate army and who nie Best set ul tea (no better made from 40 to CO rod a a dar. THE A tonic; harmles; lemoves stains. Over bo atiles. 8 110 matter how much you jkjj) . now receiving pensions? Keep ban from hiding. llluatrated Catalotrua Frea. fillings $1 up QUICKEST Will the gentleman Expense but a trifle Mr. MILES Hal! gallon Gold Ornamintal Fanci. 75c cleans hor.e 120 times By its use Sliver filllnt; permit an interruption? IfirouhaveaLawnnoihlnsrln . . Kx tract ir nei tooth . LINE" the world would baa aubatltuta for ourtlne Ornamen horse hns coat like velvet, Also used 'Painless inextracting with Vitalized sk Mr. LEWIS. Yes. .sir. tal Fanes- - Beautiful. Durable, Strong, and Cheap. on cattle and dogs For milk cows it's Plain saivnnuea rcnoi wine, eoia to Farmere ot Mr. MILES. Do you mean to say especially valuable in fly Air iTiffrnn "iLjBI 50c wholesale prices. Clroulara and Price LI at Free. time. tree when Artificial KITSELMAN BROTHER), Dox 02, RldROvlllo, Indiana. KxtrnctinR ISasrV that those Mexican soldiers nre to be Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse CleanTeeth uie ordered. Office permanentclassed with men who deserted their er. Will ship half pallon on receipt of fi ly located flag? Patented They also deserted (Mention this paper) Mr MAIION NOTIUIi. PlthWARATIOKS FOR THE- Direct Connections Tor TOLEDO SPECIALTY CO., I WANT every man and woman la ths United flag at the begining of the war. their Toledo, Ohio States Interested in thu 0.um 11ml Whisky 3! ly CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. my bonks on theso have one Mr. MILES. Not nil, they desers Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing and Barn faaolti toAiMrets II.of Wooltey, Atlanta, Ua., M. 1 1 1 1 1 E. E. Sutherland Med. Co : Gents: I write this letter because I believe you have made a discover in a cough, cold, throat and lung iem-edthat the people ought to have. I refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. I have thoroughly tested it and know its wonderful merits. It cures. Any one who ever needs n remedy of should this kind be never without a bottle ol Dr. Bell's Pine jEnnv M Porter. Tar Honey. Glass and Queensware, Paduchah, Ky. Jan. 15. 1S95. For sale by '.. Wayne Griflin&Bro , druggist, and Renfrow Bros , Nary John P. .Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hurtford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in each month. qi'AP.TEr.LY COUUT. .v 7.is 7 45 7 7 n S43 S 52 . . . . . . . . Howaul ...Willowdale . Host thittml trains. I No. 4 No. 42 rw p 111 8 05 p in Ar. 12 4S .7 5" 12 05 7 10 12 02 707 1 TnJMtrk oM&Ined nd all F&(. cnipiuiiicivtonuuciru n?r MOOIRATK FKIS. ounoppiecitOppoiiTE U. . PATiNTOrnei iiJtitniK ur teot ia la luaa luo lav it fremptelrom Wiihinficiu tnw!cl, drawiDf nr phottx. With ttl &dJ We advii. U ptfutbl or( not, dftcrt ( frta fcharrf. Our fit act dut till patent fvurrd. with How laObtain Patfnt A pAMpHLi;rc 3cot ol lause is th U. & aoJ forain coualnc; AdJffn, J k at (ret J Op p. icATMtt, aad S5S 9 05 9 9 1 1 . . . Rock Haven I.oiir Hranrh n 52 659 45 6 53 So 7 55 . . . . . . liruuikubmi; Kkrou II 37 11 2S 11 09 11 on 6 39 647 C.A.SNOW&CO.i Patint Orrtcc. WatHiMQTON. D. C. 3 31 . . . . . . . . third Monday in January, April, July and October. Begins ou the COUHTOK CLAIMS. S sS 9 S37 S45 S58 9 47 955 10 03 10 IS . . . Irvington Webster . 624 (, 16 . . . Sample Stephenspott I.odihurK 10 51 10 42 10 27 10 IS 10 13 10 10 9 57 9 53 603 5 51 5 48 B ROVE 5 5 35 .... , 1 1 1 1 MlA-s- 1 . Semi-Weekle- ... ... 1 Globe-Democr- al SAYE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY thrice-a-wee- m.&& eU CHILL TONIC ulrv-iJ- TASTELESS i jr "' mu-- FATpOLKS LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, &R SxK BAU-ARD- 'S Paying Stop it 1 OWENSBORO, KY. 1 .... FENCE! IspBinaMstaaafesllssMBaksaV H III-11- h, jr, se LOBISmLEpfflS Direct Connections (or all Points In -- ted no flag. Mr. LEWIS. Dust. Uox B83, and one will be sent you tree -i- will answer the gentlemanjrom Maryland. I say, as to men who fought under the Confederate flag and afterwards became loy aland fought under the 11 ig of the Union, that one man of that class Is as good as another applause on the Republican side, and the man who fought in the Confederate army, possible having got there under compulsion, as a great many did, and the man who conscientiously changed his views nnd became loyal and then fought for the flag of his country Is ns much entitled to consideration ns a Mexican soldier who fought In the Confederate army, and ns much entitled to the bounty of this Government. Now, Mr, Chairman, I Applaus. have heard a many times in this discussion the phrase coffee cooler." I do not know what a coflee cooler is, and I would be glad is some of these patriotic gentlemen who use the term so freely would be goo 1 ' enough to define it, so that we tiny understand just what they mean by "colTee cooler." Who Is the inventor ol this expression "coflee cooler"? Mr. MILES. Grover Cleveland. Laughter. Mr LEWIS. Did it come from the I GREAT ARTLE A now Three Opinions: "The CHICAGO RECORD is a model newspaper in every sense of the word." Harrisburg (Pa.) Call. "There is no paper published in America that so nearly approaches the true journalistic ideal as The CHICAGO RCCORD." From "Ncwspapcrdom" New York). I have come to the firm conclusion, after a long test and after a wide comparison with the journals of many cities and countries, that The CHICAGO RECORD comes as near being the ideal dally journal as we are for some time likely to find on these mortal shores." Prof. J. T, Hatfield in The Evanston III.) Index. Sold by newsdealers everywhere and subscriptions received by all postmasters. Address THE CHICAGO RECORD, 181 Nadison-st- . L Ol Nivomlier 3 are already well under way. Mississippi, Texas, T OF THE 1 TE TIT Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, 1 ISTOnBEWJCTED.AND i i i i i i i i PAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPER r. 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