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PINK MIXTURE ; Teething Troubles II i In conloln no opium or other twiionou Willi dm. oy an (or circulars lto. mjij ataicn, in 20o. ho COe. Domtt. Ooentboro, F. W. FLOYD & CO., The Haetfokd Eehjblicaw. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN TBE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ' ttcauta trtcrlb Pink Dcitlort known Ml tufa Krgulatqir NC43. Latest U.S. Gov't Report K. VOL. VI11. HAKTFOHD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 22, Ollltlllltjr. 189G. Highest of all in Leavening Power. THE BEST SPRING MEDICIFC is Simmons Liver Regulator. Don' forget to take it. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other and Ills which shatter the constitution t Ted health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other And, besldss this, SlAlMONi remedies. l.IVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It is the best blood, Try It and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED V. the difference. on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and there Is no other Liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOU-theKlng- of Liver Remedies. Be sure you get It. & Co.. I'litlailelpliln. 1'n. J. H. Tor pearly- Hi.Lr1 JECJSTS 3S3C3EJI-.ID - . anrrrTj"rss THE 2LttJ.TD. J (I) CO 0 X - PQ 1' P 0 0 CO 100 OEPoar TH,SE Oexx fc. - tlio H.stiica.sOirLes't- - - WHITE FOR CATALOG V- E- Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from V- - TSlGELIBIEB CuAPAN'. a, m OUAU'l -v MANUFACTURES, Henderson9Ky IT. fice. Now, I am going to repeat my Now, I wish to nominate selections. R. R. Wedding for Coitutv Judge, M. S. Ragland for County Court Clerk, Sam A. Anderson for Circuit Court Clerk, George W. Miller for Sheriff. 15 P. Taylor for School Superintendent, R. C. Jarnagin lor County Attorney nnd John W. Dhtck for Jailor as nnd X, C. Daniel, as a Now, I for Assession. think I have done my part in nominating men for county offices, so I close on this subject, hoping some other good Republican may make a selection or officers, for this is impor- f j ' t be Best HOW TO !oi,l Slo 'I'liluirrii. (Till: YOl'ltSKI.I' WIIII.K UsISl) Cough Medicines is Dr. Acker's English Remedy. It will stop a cough in one night, check a cold in one day, prevent croup, relieve asthma, and cure consumption, if taken in time. It is made on honor, from the purest ingredients and contains neither opium nor morphine. If the little ones have croup or whooping cough, s use it promptly. Three Sires 25c, 50c. nd $1 p bottle, "of all At Drurjiib. "ACKER MEDICINE CO., Chambers Strict, New York. -.-. , r if and 18 ifci lpTABULESl R.I.PA-N-- Ktpni TatulM contain notLlnr Injurtoui U XU to mo I ualloatA ruiiilltutioru Am Iftk. MtV. tfXectual, and fclft mniotliils rclkf Wy t tntt'rM I'tuaM nqU lhroLEhnrc;dnUt,r bytuill. tunplt tal, l'Jcrnti Adilrcu THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., LlttrTrwttlM,llUilafstUtll'0iiipIf I7 ate rr, Offaualr llrf (!i. and all dlt rJtrt f th BtOMafli. J.Wtr and Howe 1. llr4)itCiiUpatlvH li'jp?pla,i REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. lUl'AXS TAIlCI.rs are the tttft Modi ( . fur BJIctlai IlllUH)it h . ( The tolmcco linliit grows on a man until hid nervous syitcin is seriously iitlucli'd, iuipsring health, comfort und To quit suddenly is too liatjiinff.-- . severe shock to tlienyctemjiis tobac co to tin inveterate user becomes u stimulant flint Wt system continually "Haco-Cur- o" is a scientiliu cniVi'S. euro lor the toencco habit, in nil its forms, carefully cotupuundrd ufterthe formula of nu enimeut Berlin physi-ciaiuho has urud it in his privnto practice cilice 1872, without n failure. It is purely veetnblo and guaranteed You can use perfectly luirmbws. nil tlio t'llmcco you want while taking "Haco-Curo- ." It will notily you when lo blup. We give n written giiurnntee to cure permanently any i'ii so with three boxes, fir refund the numey with 10 per cent, interest. "I5ne")"Ciiro" is not substitute, but tcicntiliu cure, that cures without tlio nid of will power nnd with no It leaves the system inconvenience. us pure nnd free from nicotine nsthe day you took your first chew or smoke Cured Uy lijcoCuro nud gained Thirty pounds. From hundreds of testimonials, the originals ot which are on ti lo ami open' to inspection, the following is present' ed. 11 is 11 11 tant. Little Mamie Nabors, M. Nabors, is very at this daughter J. ill of whooping-coug- h writing. Dr. A. R. Dyers is still on the sick list. So I will close by saying that ever voter in Ohio county ought to be taking the Rkhubmcan. Success to the Yours truly, paper. S h St Clair. Send your address to II, K. Bucks len & Co., Chicago, nnd get n free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trian will convince you of their merits These pills nrc easy in action nnd nre particularly effective In the cure of Constipation nud Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach nnd bowels greatly invie orate the system. Regular size 25c, per box. Sold by Williams & Dell's free 1, !, (.. II BPUircr bTltCKT, JilCW YORK CHT. Clayton,NevndaCo.,Ark.,Jau.28,'95. hurckn Chemical & Mtg., Co., La Crore, Wi. Gentlemen: For forty yen fa I used tobacco in all its forms. years of that time I For twenty-fiv- e was a gieut tufl'ercr from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but coultlu t. I took various remedies, among others "The Indiau'fobacco ." - &T IN QUANTITY. m WHITE'S FOR CREAK! 20 YEARS Mno lad all WORM Romodloa. 'EVERY BOTTLE BOLD II Y AM. GUArIfl.lTI.ED. rj uruitDioi iiuiiik Fr,.r.4 lmvaoiuTU. fc, 10.. - rt. .oris. Iffimorlcnn Stoam Laundri Piunceton, Docs tlio Ky., finest work of any laundry in Kentucky, Tlic Goods ork is nil guaranteed. aro not torn up, lititnro returned in good condition, Laundry Shipped on Monday, roturuod on Friday. HAirrroM), J. Kaiil Taylor, Ky. Why sulTcr with Coughs, Colds nud LnGrippe when I.AXATivr Hisomo Quininr will cure you in one lny. Does not produce the ringing in the head like Sulphnte ot Quinine. Put up in tablets convenient lor taking. Gunrautcrd to cure, or money refunded, Price, 25 Cents, I'or Rale by Williams : Bell. Ilartlord; K. V. Williams ..Heaver Dam; A. 8. Anil. Sulphur. Springs; Drown & Chapman, Ccu'tcitowu; Co , Uock'port. R. K. He IVmiiiuil Fki!i'. C4p.iBe itirdlcal reference bo'bk to any person efllictd'wlth nnv (ipccUl, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Address the leading phyMcjaps nnd surgeons of the United1 Stajes, Y)t. Jlathaway (Sc Co., 70 Dearhorn Street, Chicago, M MX. Mftailarh uml Xeurolal" cunxl by Dr. Mn.W I'AIN I'IMA "DnuiTiitiMliMv." iii Agt. Antidote."' Double Chloridcof Gold." etc., etc., but none of them did mo the least bit of good. Fiunlly, however, I purchased n box ot your ''llnco" Druggist. Curo" uml it hns entirely cured mo of tlio habit in nil its forms, nnd I luivo Illnli Art III l.llrriilnrr. increased thirty pounds in weight nud It is certain that the future Ameriurn relieved from nil tlio numerous can creative writer will arise from the nches nud prins of body nud mind, I peope be the flower of Free Thought could write ntjuiroot paper upon my the child of intellect which has changed feeling nnd conditions. Yours respectfully, P. II. Mahhuky. grown in n pure atmosphere. The lVetor C. P. Uhurch, Clayton, Ark. literary successes of the present day Sold by nil druggist nt 81.01) por are not, as n rule, aye, seldom, selColleges nre box; threo boxes, (thirty dnys' treat dom are college bred. written too often the homes of creeds nnd ment), $'2 00 with iron-cla- d guarantee, or bo tit direct upon receipt dogmas, nnd they breed repression of price. Writo tor booklet and nud fear of offense by differing. High proofs. Eureka Chemical, it Mfg. Co., I.n Crosse, 'Wis., and Iloston, Art Is never reached by repression. Repression is a growth of weeds in ."7-- 6 1:10. Muss. the brain fields nud n stagnant pool I heard of Dr. Dell's Tine Tar Hon-e- y thnt seeks not the sun. High for ialc nt the Store of Messrs, Art in literature representative lit(innn, Domett & Co's, Grantslmrg, eraturecan better be likened to victIll.,tind meeting many commendations ory gained by wrestling with angels from diderent persons of its wonderful merits, I thought I would try n in perfect frccJom. Kducation must bottle. I have been seriously cflected be had, but is it the best that is gainyears with a cough and pains ed in colleges? for J5 Thnt is the question in my side and breast that were causing me ti miserable Hie. I spent hun on which Bohemians have mocking iliedsof dollnis with doctors and for Ideas and make caustic utteranres medicines, but everything failed until The Woman Bohemian, in The New icmedy. I tiled this wonderful It world nud saved my life, I Oohemiau. bents the recommend I)r. Dell's 1'ine Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungs. It is, Your lloy Unii'l l.ivfl 11 .H0111I1, n great success. J. D. Koskli,, So Mr. Gil man Drown, of 34 Mill CSrnntsburg 111, May 30,1895. Gardner, Mass., was told I'or sale by Z WayncGrifiin & Dro., St., South druggist, and Kenlrow Dros., Nar- by the doctors, Ills son had Lung trouble, following Typhoid Malaria, rows, Ky. and he spent three hundred and seventy-five dollars with doctors, who OI.VTON. Kdltor, 1 see now that you nrc gofinally gave him up, saying; "Your ing to get tired of my foolish writing boy wont live a month," He tried but I can't help it, (or I am just bound Dr. King's New Discovery and few Crops are looking bottles restored him to health nnd ento write some, well, considering the dry weather, abled him to go to work n perfectly I will say further I do hope the well man. He says he owesliis presgood people won't get mad at me for ent good health to use ot Dr. King's nominating good men that I would New Discovery, and knows it to be like to see elected, Nowr.I have thought the best in the world for Lung trouble, of some more good men Hint I think Trials Dottles Free nt Williams & nrc qualified and are worthy ol nu of Bell's Drug Store, The subject of this skctck, Mrs. Rachel (Stevens) Tower, was born near Hnrtford, Ohio county, Ky., May 11, 1829, und died nt her home near Laurel, Ind., Monday, Felminty 24. 1S9G, being 66 years, 9 month and 13 days old. . She was united in marriage to Rev. N F. Tower, near Hartford, Ky., l. April 17. 1850, by Rev. U W. Unto .this union were born four sons alio three daughters. Two sons dying in Infancy in Kentucky, and one daughter, I'm ma 1, Tower, aged 24 3 ears t(nd 10 months, nnd well known In Franklin county, died nt the same home December 10, iSStT As also did the husband and father October 7, "iSqj. Two sons, two daughter and ;three gradchildren nre left to mourn her loss. The eldest daughter, Mrs Japp?r W Roberts, Is now living near North-villSpink county, South Dakota, and could not be present nt either her father's or mother's burial, Her eldest son, William V is living nt Guynueville, Ind. Her youngest daughter, Mrs. Cyron Alford, is still living at the old home; also the youngest son, B. P. Tower. Her luneral services were conducted by Rev. Drown, assisted by Revs. Ward, Burke and Wines, nnd her were laid to rest in the Cufl Chapel Cemetery bestde that of her husband and daughters. It can be truly said that a faithful wife, affectionate mother nnd devoted christian has gone to her reward. When Rev. F. N. Tower, full of love to God nud the ministerial work, begun his ministry on the Boonvllle circuit in Kentucky, he wooed and won the subject ot this sketch for his wife, who entered into the spirilunl work with a determination, will and energy, leaving father and mother, brothers nnd sisters, to go out into the world with her husband for tlje salvation of souls. Their labors in Kentucky were blessed with grand sucDeeming it cess for the master. prudent, owing to the health of her They husband to move to Indiana. left their field of labor in Kentucky. The first point settled upon was Union Hall neighborhood in Ripley county, Bawlston. Her husband traveled and preached over that large reaching down unto Pipe creek, for one or two years, till in the fall ot 1SG1 when he was sent to Delaware, Ind. At that place he preached at 9 different points. At the close of that conference year, In the fall ot 1863 her companion superauuated on the account of falling health. From Delaware she moved with her ausbaud nnd family to New Pennington, Ind., from there to Smyrena, Ind., and from there to Blooming Grove, Ind , where they spent some seven years in business. Again the truth dawned upon this nged couple that her companion was no longer physically able to attend to business that demanded his constant ore nnd labor, so again she consented to make another move, the place being selected by her companion of Laurel, Ind , three miles south-wes- t in the neighborhood known as "Cracker Ridge." Although leaving many pleasant associations and the church that was so dear to them, they again cast their lot among strangers without a mutuur or complaint from who stood by her comher, panion through clouds and sunshine. At this place, as in every other place they had lived, they soon found good friends who stood by them In sickness and in health who, when death came, did not forsake them. The breaking of a blood vessel As her caused her sudden dentin daughter, Belle, sat on her bed 'by her side, she took her hand nnd looked up with a sweet smile and said: ''I I am not suffeiing any pain now. Cald-welclt-cu- it, Baking RoYal Powder AB&ei.tnrEE.Y pure $3ZS&3 .II'KIM.KY. Comrade of Grant nnd Sherman, Garfield, Lognn, nnd Meade, And a silent host unnumbered. True in their countiy's need, List from the far paclfid, To Atlantic's stormy shore, The call of the Nation's millions, "Come to our help once more." Along the border No armed foe nwnits; The coast line fears no danger At nil its thousand gates; , No alien flag its colors Flaunts o'er the whole broad land, For peace with her snowy banner Rules with a gentle hand. war-rack- ed M. C. TRUMAN, A Short Sketch Worthy and Popular Gentleman. of a PROFESSIONAL Jhn.N. fJIriin, CARD. .r.N.II. VtMliiK, Yet a foe is nt each threshold, And storms each port and mart; His grip's on the throat ot labor, His fear fn every heart, His grasp is ever tightening, The Nation gasps for breath; Its life blood courses weaker, With stagnation worse than death. HARTFORD, KY. AnJron' Bmnnr.) Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notnry Public for Ohio county. (OfUcr, oyer LAWYERS, CTa.3aa.es GLENN & WEDDING, .A.. S2aa.ltli, TT0BIY T IW W as ever a land that's fairer, Than this broad one of ours? That nature with had more lavish With greater gifts endowers? It C TRUMAN. Where the uplands life to heaven, Mr II C. Truman was born near And the prairies roll like seas, the town of Fordsville, Ohio county, With mines untold awaiting The wealth that labor frees? Ky,, May 2. 1842, He Is the eldest of two boys. had three sisters, There's rest where should be turmoil, He There's spindles, rust, nnd loom; one sister, Mrs. Charles Huff, and his brother, Mr. Kd W. Truman are still Where forge fires should be roaring There's silence, chill, and gloom; living. Mr. Truman's parents were There's grass in pathways growing natives of Shelby county, Ky. That lead to shop and mill, The subject of this shoit sketch And wheels, in a waste of water. Rotting, and still Was brought up on a farm at a day when the opportunities for an educaThere is need of a touch to waken The pulseless land to life; But learned tion were very limited. as best he could, to spell, read and There is need of a hand to throttle The foe that makes this strife; write. At the age of 18 years theie On whom defeat ne'er weakened, were signs and omens of var to be A leader true nnd bold, be heard on every hand. And at the To lead us back to the heights where on first opportunity, October, 1S61, havHe left us in days of old! ing first consulted and obtained permission of his parents, he enlisted in Comrade of Grant apd Sherman, And a host of true and tried, Co., K., afterward transferred to Co., Infantry to serve three The mantle of Lincoln and Garfield B., 17th Ky., Thou uiayst not put aside! years or during the war. The nation called unto them, Mr. Truman served three years and And well they led the van; three months, and was discharged The place and the hour are waiting, And ngain it names the man. with his Regiment, nt Louisville Ky. By II. Author of "Massa January 23, 1S65. He was engaged Liukum's Parker, Boy." Detroit, Mich. in several severe and hard contested fields of battle, some of which were This testimonial is unsolicited and Chickamnuga, Mission Ridge, Ross-vill- e, for the benefit of humanity. My Buzz-irRoost Gap, and others. daughter has been subject to severe He was with his commander during colds and croup and often taken with night. Dr. that long march through Tennessee violent coughing spells ntIs Bell's Pine Tar Honey the only and Kentucky during the summer preparation I have founn that will refall of 1862, when Louisvillt was lieve her. I think it is ns necessary and as a life preserver in the house-hol- d saved from plunder by the enemy. Res'y, Then on the march south again to on a steamboat. B. L. Jessbl, Clarksville, Nashville, McMenville to Jau. 18,1895. 202 W.Bndge St., iouisville, Ky. Chattanooga. Then on a forced For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin&Dro., march to the rescue of Gen. Burnside druggist, and Rentrow Dros., Narat Knoxville, and other long inarches rows, Ky. over the mountains and plains of Back again to of East Tennessee. In a recent speech InNebraskn.Sen-ato- r Ringgold, Ga., and the Georgia camJohn M, Thurston, eloquently paign. In an encampment at Alia-- , answered the question, who is Will toony Mountain he was severely lam McKinlcy? He said; "A soldier shocked by the explosion of a shell. of the republic, a boy volunteer, From this he has never fully recov-ereknighted by his country's commls-- . This was in the month ol May sion for conspicuous gallantry on des1864. perate fields. When Sheridan, sumAfter the war, he went to work moned by the rising roar ot doubtful agiln on the farm and attended the battle, rode madly down from Winbest schools to be found in the vicin- chester and drew nigh to the shnt-tere- d ity where he lived until he hAVl suffiand retreating columns of his cient knowledge to begin teaching. army, the first man he met to know In 1876 he was married to Miss was a young lieutenant, engaged in Dettie A, Mirdock, a veiy beautiful the heroic task of rallying and reform and accomplished lady of Brecken ing the Union lines, ready for the ridge county, Ky. Ills companion coming of the master, whose presence lived but a few months. and genious would wrest victory from Mr. Truman again returned to the defeat. That young lieutenant was n school room In the county above private In 1861, a major in 1866. The named and remained in that county yeara that otheis gave to educational" teaching some 10 years when- - he pursuit he gave to his country. His will soon be In Glory will' soon see again returned to Ohio his native alma mater was the tended field.,, pa." Then she prayed nn earnest county, where he still teaches in that prayer, full of love and devotion; first and adjoining counties. In 18S7 Mr. Truman entered Harts especially remembered her neighbors nnd neighbors children; then her ford College where he spent several friends far nnd near; then each of her months under the leadership of Proown children, nnd last of nil, tor dy- fessors Waylaad Alexander nnd Rhoads. ing grace. It is needless to say that everthlug Mr. Truman is n member of the was done for that medical skitl and Baptist church nt Fordsville, Ky., Mr. A. II. Crausby, of 158 Kerr St., loving friends could do, but Ood said and although n staunch Republican he Memphis, Tenn., says that his wife It is enough; come up higher. Her has never offered himself ns a candi- paid uo attention to n small lump which appeared in her breast, but it soon delife bad been one full ot usefulness, date for any office before the people. veloped into a cancer of the worst type, and her charitable deeds we're numerMr, Truman Is a member of the nnd notwithstanding the treatment of ous. Her children and friends motiru Grand Army of the Republic, and has the best physicians, it continued to nnd grow rapidly, eating two but not as those who have no hope. been for pevernl years past chaplain spread In Ucr breast. The doctors holes A Friend, in the Laurel (Ind.) Reol his post. soon pronounced A view, her incurable, celebrated New York CARD OF THANKS. man who won't It is said that a specialist then treated her, but she conEditors Rkvikw: Please allow take n paper because he can borrow tinued to grow wone me room in your valuable columns to one, has inventedn machine by which and when informed express my heartfelt thanks and grat- he can cook his dinner by the smoke ,. 111.11 uoiu ucr uuui .1 nml cr.itulmotlier had itude In behalf ofiuy brothers nnd from his neighbor's chimney. The flmmtXT'JiA K .llrt.1 Imtti r.',iirpr hi slsteis for the devoted kinkness of same fellow sits in the back pew in vMWSm fVgnve the case up is UUI'VICb:,. physicians, friends and neighbors in church to save interest on his contriSomeone then re the recent sickness, death and burial bution, nnd is nlways borrowing n ride of my beloved mother, to town to save wear nnd tear on his and though little hope reuiuined, she . noMrs. jASfrin W. Rohrrts, , hoise flesh. Yes, we know him. He oegtin 11, ami an uuijiuvciucu. to heal and ticed. The caucer commenced Northvllle, S. D. is a first cousin to themaii who never when she had takcu several bottles it disappeared entirely, and although sevwinds up his watch for fear of breakelapsed, not Wake up your Hverbut be sure you ing the spring. He Is undoubtedly n eral years have ever returned. a sign of the disease has Simmons Liver Regulator to do near relative to the man who went intake it with It will do it every time, and to the back-ya- rd during the recent da it so well that you'll fell wonder- cold- snap, soaked his hair in water, (guaranteed purely vegetable) fully refreshed and strengthened. let fieeze, and then broke it off in or- Is S.S.S. blood remedy, and never falls a real It Is Simmons Liver Regulator that der to cheat the barber out of a hnlr-c- to cure Caucer. Kczema, Rheumatism Scrofula, or any other blood unease. does It. There Is only one Simmons tlvx. uur uooks Liver Regulator, nnd you'll know it will be mailed by the Red Z on the package. Take Save your money by puttiug It into free to any ad nothing else, and you'll be sure to n Dulldlng Loan Co. Try the Ken-- 1 dress. Swift Co., Specific get nil the good health promised, tucky CitUens. Atlanta Ga. moss-growd. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio, and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Spccinl attention given f Office east side of puVIii collections. square. M. L. ir.wi'rroitn, ky. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Will practico thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining, counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law. Beaveh Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in nil tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING t W.H. BARNES a III Hartford, Ky. tJHBIVIIIIHK HUlli im practico his profescion in all courts of Ohio nnd ndjoining counties nnd Court of Appeals. Spec-m- i attention given to collections. Office next door below Commen cial Hotel. WILL Will practice bis profession in all th courts of Ohio nnd ndjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to nl business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. (umnty Attorney) Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. C. :M. B.I23SrET,1', HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in tho Courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney atKY.aw, JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney atKY. Law HARTFORD, also Notnry Public for Ohio County, Ofiico North eido of public spure. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to Ac, making Cancer Hautfoiid, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho Courts pf Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carolully nnd promptly nt tended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at law R. E. LEESIMMEKMAN, Of the Breast. )r.. Ji. Office 4 16 Upp. SPECIALTY: cimaer Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. First st, B. Attorney at L'aw, IIlIRTrORI), Ky Will practico his profession iu Ohio Special nt and adjoining counties. tention given to all business entrusted to his enre. Ofiico 011 Market Street, over L. B. Stovcns' grocery. J. VICKERS, 't.Jl ''W'v' of Ohio Special at, nud ndjoining counties. Ofiico tention giveu to collections. with County Attorney. Who Fin think of taiu sijupld tblDtf to lUDlf majr hrlof you waaltb. ProUct your I J 1'Atf nl At tor. w writ juiin na jLuuc.jiuuu.'f UttttC, Wm til ton. 1. Cfur thou Mrs. u4 Uii ot two buaJr4 wtc align wui HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico iu nil the Courts Attorney at law, ARMISTEAD JONES, - A Real Blood Remedy Wanted-- An Idea thr ctu ut. sss 4 Rni'UiiMCANs of tho Itli Congressional District would do us a great favor if tlioy would Bond 111 tho news from each county. '4 I Hartford Republican DAM A. ANIIKRNO.X... ,.llllor. 1896. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. age." Friday, May aa, RatoB and Tonus. the best money tli.it the Ingenuity of man has devised, 'llic people are not prepared to indulge In the speculation of free and unlimited coin- HARDINSBURG. Items of Interest New Notes and Personals. -- Rnbfcrlptlons $t.S per nnnum in advance. local notices 10c per line first in sertion and 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, and raustinvaribly be paid for In adance, unless party ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work olall kinds promptly and neatly executed. Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1806. For Congress, Hon. Jno. V. Lewis. Ir you are owing us 011 subscription, please call and settle at ONCE. Tho tag on your paper will indicate Now, wo are how much you owe. about this matter and in earoct MUST hav money. We have made repeated appeals to sonio of you iu regard to your accounti,but you liavo It takes money to not lespotided. pay our bills, and a few dollars from us very greatly. you will assist Please attend to this and let us hear from you without delay. When Democratic papers raise a howl about Gov. JJradley's pardons, though they kept silenro while Dem ocratic Governors, wero pardoning twice at mauy in the same time, they only show narrow partisanship and not of the any regard for the State. well-bciiig has completed its work. The equalized assessment of property for taxation is $570,92f!,7G2; in 1895 it was Tho amount of tax for I89G will be 82,420,428,73; it was 82,430,129,06 in J893. Exemptions .in 1896 are $38,3ri0,940;in 1895 they were $37,822,173. of equalization $573,-206,987. Tug state board I L We observe a disposition among some Democratic papers to gloat over the recent fire at the Eddyville prison, because they think it will embarrass the Republican administration. This shows their true worth and patriotism for their State. Tho fire was unfortunate, and we are glad to know that some Democrats condemn the idea of ''gloating over the accident. TllE Congressional race is now on iu the 4th District, and the Republican party has nominated one of the best men in the District to represent us in the Halls of Congress. Mr. Lewis ba always been found at his post of duty, battling for the rights of his people, and now he comes seeking a reelection. lie redeemed the District iu 1894 and stands ready to carry the banner to victory in WM. Republicans should organize and county. stand together in the coming fight. No news worth tilling at present, BRADLEY'ITpAR-- . but if this escape that big "basket" GOV. you may hear from us agair. And this from McKinley's speech in Congress: The M. I. Church, South, will ob"Whatever dollars we have in this serve children? day on the filth Suncountry must be good dollnts; Good day iu this month. The M. E. Church not by the fiat tf law nlone, but good will observe the same day 011 the secbecause the whole commercial world ond Sunday in June. recognires their inhcteut and litexs Miss Ella Dillon is visiting friends tlnguishnblc value." and relatives nt Evans ville. As lie ery frankly nnd explicitly Attorney Weir, of Owensboro, was declares himself opposed to the free present at our circuit court Tuesday. nnd unlimited coinage of silver, the II. M. Eskridge, of Hawesville, Democratic papers, by publishing spent Saturday nnd Sunday with his the above extracts, might correct to friends of this place. some extent the eficct ot their past Mrs. Lucy A. Dunn, of Rockvale, misrepresentations ot McKinley's fwas adjusted a lunatic Monday. She inancial record. was taken to Anchorage Friday morning by sheriff Pate. I,m,litiiK lur A rural gentleman from Ohio counMessrs. Bert Cunningham, Sam ty, giving his name as DccVcr, was Elder, Scott Cunningham and Mrs. iu the city yesterday and watched inBrodie, all of Chenantt, were present tently the main entrance ol the Iluffv at court Tuesday. lo Dill combination for Mrs. Deckir Miss Jakie Owen, of Glendeane, and her escort, whom Mr Dicker who has been visiting friends in town said was one Hatfield, and who, by returned to her home Sunday. his wiles, had .some live dajs since Miss Rebecci Owings, an accominduced Mis. Decker to quit his bed plished young lady fiom Wolf Creek, and boird and flee with him to this Meade county, has entered our city. He had heard tint Mrs. Decker and Mr. Hatfield wcie liapilyeti-sconsMr Robert E. Woods, formerly of iu an n boarding this county, but now of Louisville, house, but he had been there nud had aud assistant County Attornev of Jeffailed to find them, nnd lie was pretty ferson county, is , to be married to a sure that t'ley .vouldtake in the Wild popular Marion county girl next week. Weat. Judge Mercer received a dispatch Mr. Decker appealed to the police Sunday to the eficct that his son, to aid him in the search lor hit. ttuant Claude, holding a good position at wife, but at the close of the afternoon Washington City, had been stricken performance neither Mr. Hatfield nor down with nervous prostration. He Mrs. Decker had been sighted. What left immediately to see him. success followed the night search Miss Blanche Jolly nnd Mr. Ernest was not disclosed. But having heard Hurdaway, of Bewleyville, were the of no through the guests of Mrs. Mary Board Sunday. night Mr. Dtcker was blood thir&ty Mr. Allen Dean, of Owensboro, atit is reasonable to suppose that the tended Circuit Court here this and runaway couple were not caught, last week. Owensboro Messenger. Mr. John P. Haswell, Jr., and others of our town, have received invitaE. W. Baghy, .1 prominent lawvei of Paducah, Ky., sayj that Dr. Hell's tions to be present at the commencePine Tar Honey cured his children of ment exercises of the Logan Female whooping cough when all tlnncs else College, of Russellville, June 3rd. failed. It's a newremedy for coughs. Miss Irene Board, the accomplished 1'Ul SillC UUaiMlHW U) till UtllCC. by Z Wajne Griffin & Bro., druggist daughter of Judge Board, ot this place, will be one of the graduates. and Renlrow Bros., Narrows! Ky. The streets of our city are beginCl.i I l.ltinU.M. ning to have quite a lively appearFarmers are busily engaged planance on Sundayafternoon. There are ting and cultivating their corn and quite a number of good buggies and transplanting tobacco. The copious horses owned by citizens and they showers of Saturday and Sunday make use of them these fineevenings. morning enabling the tobicco raiser The irtepressible ouiig man wiOt to fill out all land reads for setting. his girl also figures quite conspicuA large crowd attended the Quarously, more conspicuously in fact terly Conference here Saturday and than any one else. Sunday. We have a very interesting Last Saturday night the colored Sabbath School iu progress here unschool under the supervision of Prof. der the supervision of Mr. Joe Foster. Robertson had commencement exerSince the election of 1.S94 the Recises at the colored M. E. Church. publicans of Centertown voting pre The church, was crowded, a numberof cinct believe they are entitled torecogj white persons being in attendance. mtion at the hands of the party. We The exercises were goo J and reflected we have the light lmuforour next credit on teacher and pupils alike. is Kqr. C, County Judge That man Roiun Hood. I,. Woodward who is well and fwora-bl- e known throughout the county It is a fortunate day for a man when and needs no eulogy, as everyone he first discovers the value of Ayer's knows he is .1 man of sterling integSarsapanlla as a blood purifier. With rity, unsullied character in every way this medicine, he knows he has found qualified for said office and I confi.1 remedy upon which he may rely, dently believe the above suggestion and that his malady is at last will meet the hearty approval of conquered. Has cured others, will the Republican party throughout the ture j 011. He will preach serSauctificatlon and second blessing the second Sunday Iu July, everybody invited to attend. Misses Algla and Pearl Tichenor arc on the sick list this week. Some of our farmers have not finished planting corn, owing to the 11 last Sunday. mon 011 President Isaac Lewis of Sabiua, Ohio, Is highly le'jpceted nil tluough thut section, lie has lived Iu Clinton Co, 75 j ems, and has been president of the Sublna Ilauk 20 venis. He gladly testifies to tho merit ot Hood's mul what ho says Is worthy attention. All bmlu woikcis llnd Hood's Snrsapaillla peculiaily adapted to their needs. It makes pine, rich, led blood, and from this comes nerve, mental, bodily and digestive strength. "Iamglid tosiiy that Hood's Samps-ritt- a la a very good tncdlclno, especially as a blood purlflor. It liai done me good many thnc'a. For aovoral jcars I lutfcrcd greatly with pains of Saisa-parllla, Bank Tarnifcire! farniicirel! dry weather, but the grand rain that recently fell will enable the planting to be completed. A holiness meeting was held at the residence of Mr. Will Hardin on the 17th inst which was an enjoyable occasion. Revs. E V. Phipps nnd Jesse Shacklett conducted the exers cises, McK. COMMON LAW DOCKET. llr May Torms, 1896, Ohio Circuit Court. MAY 3J, 3403 Katie Crahan vs. W. N. & M. V. Co. 3420 J. K. Smith vs. Lotus Hatcher, Neuralgia cje and about my ternplea, especially at night when I had been having; a bard day ot phyilcal and mental labor. I took many remedies, but found help only In Hood's Bartaparllla which cured moot rheutnatlatn, neuralgia and headache. Hood's Bariaparllla baa prov ed ltielf a true friend. I alio take Hood's i'llla to ktap my bowels regular, aud like tho pills very much." Isaac Lbwis, Sablni, Ohio. In one JURY TRIALS. SIJlTH PAY SATURDAY, &c' 3408 A. O. Bridges vs. W. W. Austin, &c. 3463 Ira Fulkersou vs. W P. Render, Col-leg- e. Jr. 3480 J. P. Stevens vs. Fiscal Court of Ohio Co. SKVKNTIt DAY MONDW. MAY 25. 3484 B. F. Walface vs. Gaines Coal cd Hood's Sarsaparilla JIMIO. IstrrtOne True illood Purifier. Atlilriiittlit II. Prepareilonly by C I. Hood Co . Lowell. Man. areproiuH. efSclrnt mid riOOU S FillS en; lutgeit. MienU. that our l'uiiiittiH' tod noviig better thnu thc-acrage whiili simply means tint our Furniture if above th average, anil that means n good dcnl too, nowad.ijs when tliufjiialiiy id Furniture averages belter. In buying Furniture, do one or two thing" before vnu buy iinjthittg, Stake up jour mind how much vou want to npi ml and tee whut we can give you (or thut amount, or ideo make 1111 vi 111 mind whut grade ol Furniture Alwnva the lowest ou you want and compare our price with tlatt of other. HaTHnve uiu vid to '.!!M31 St Ann Slrael, snmogiado of Furniture. .'Iri l'--'t Owensbnm, Ky. When it movcil r carried mimmm Successor tn Miirlln A inl'li. -J- up-to- w 33? SSSS-jiv-rilt r Co., &c. 351S "?! Robert Reddish vs. Tames Gray. 3490 J. L. Miller vs. J. B. Greer, &c. 3529 Willis Jewel vs. M. II. Tharp. EIGHTH DY TUESDAY, MAV id. blood-spilli- 3257 D. P. Sueddeu.&c. vs. McIIenry Coal Co. 3545 Celia Wbitler vs. Sim Galloway. 3546 Ben T. Whitler ts. Same. 3553 Harrison Burden vs. M. V. Mon- Rev. J. C. Craig filled his regular appointment at Concord Saturday arid Sunday. Mrs. Aimer Iter, ot Liver more, is nt the bed side ot her sick sister, Mrs. W. A Fielden Tow Vance is still in a critical con- mmmm dition Mrs Belle Likens is on the sick arch, Rec'r. 3567 D. T. Wilson s. Same. 3558 Ida E. Craig , &c, vs. Martha C. list. A. M. Lee has a case of measles in his family. Miss Edna Stevens, of Beaver Dam, attended church here Sunday. Misses Georgia Pirtle and Cora Allen nnd Mr. A. A. Carter made a flying trip to Woodward Valley and Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday. Uncle Obed Chapman fell while at at work in his new ground Monday and hurt himself very bad, breaking one arm and supposed to have broken two ribs. Mr. Leach is ill at this writing. Mrs. Florence Allen spent last week with her parents at Clear Run. Mr. Ray Coppage visited the family of J. R. Coppage Sunday. f A ' ill 'll'llll Pi 1111. Easterday, &c. NINTH DY W EDNESDAY, MAY 27. 3556 C. A. Warden vs. W. B. Fulker- son, &c. 3570 C.H. Tichenor, Adm'rvs.W. A. I it ' W Taylor. E. A. White. 3587 A. A. Browu vs. J. P. Stevens, &c. 33G0 R. A. Hendrievs.J. M. Hendrie. 3SS3 J. B. McDaniel vs. TENTH DAY THURSDAY, MAY 28. 35S9 Pete Hafly, &c, vs. Jas. Cecil. MsasHMfsHaflVfl I Reepdrebynt" 3599 Angeline Duke vs. Robert &c. 3600 J.C. Smith vs. MattieB. Barrett. 5902 Lee & A. S. Chinn vs. C. Allen. 3603 R. H. Goodall, &c, vs W. G. Til ford. &c. ELEVENTH DAY FRIDAY, MAY29. Hag-errua- n, Plow Boy. no Nui Hi, CARSQ2T c& CO. 3610 Taylor & James vs. John Echols, &o. 3616 Thomas Andrews vs. Singer M'l'g Co. 3626 E. F. Cook vs. L. T. Barnard. 3627 J." W. Stevens vs. Same. 3628 J. O Renfrew vs. Same. COURT TRIALS. 347S E. D. Olin vs. R. C. James. 3564 D. J. Duncan & Co. vs. W. P. Do not be induced to buy any other if you have made up jour mind to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Remember that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures when when all others fail. Do not give up in despair because other medicines have faild to help jou. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla faithfully and on may reasonably expect to be cured. mi. 811.50 SL1.50 CAN'T life-lon- g Graves. 3599 Same vs. Same. 348S J. A. Small & Bro. vs. II. P. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, carefully prepared from the best ingredients. 25c. 1 ST0 Offered for Taylor. A copy. Attest: G. B. Likens, Clerk. DONS. There is a great disposition among Democratic papers to abuse Gov. Bradley for using the pardoning power too freely. It is strange that these same sheet never said anythiug about Gov. Drown and G07. liuck- ner's record for the first five mouths administrations, of their respectativo The records in the Govemor's office show that he granted 127 pardons up to May 1. In the first five months of Gov. Buckner's term he grunted 217 pardons, and during the first five months of Gov. Brown's term he par doned 222 convicts. So you can ACinFN The III'.st Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Files, or 110 pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect s itisftcuion or Price 25 cents per motey refunded. box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Bell. tf 111.11 Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. v. readily see from the foregoing figures that Gov. Bradley's record in tho pardoning business is much better than either of his predecessors. Now the Louis ;il!o Tuna starts the great cry about the Governor pardoning so mauy convicts and it is immediately pa- taken up by the little pars throughout the State about tho size of the Hartford JJerald,viho caut see any good iu a Republican official. Such blunders as these papers are ed making is amusing to every man. They do uot try to re port tlm facts about anything, hut grab up every little thing they hee floating around with the expectation of making political capital out of it. The people have become so accustomed to tho lies of the Jferald that they do not give much credit to what it says, and its great cry this week will fall flat upon its few scattering readers. If they are going to treat officials fair why is it they did not say something about Gov, Brown nud Gov. Buckuer. Tell the truth or forever hold your one-horfair-mind- Rev. Hicks pi eachid Sunday morning and evening at the C. I'. Church G.W Woodward and wile visited relatives here last week. Mr. William Pans' diujhter, Florence, was bitten by a poisonous snake on last Monday, but is improving at this writing. Mr, Virgil Stevens, of Kiuderhnok, and Miss Dollie French, of IMeisint Ridge, were united in tht holy bonds by Rev. of matrimony on last Sund-iirge is well known and Hicks. equally ns well liked at this place. Born to the wi e ol Louis Hoover I)r R. L. on the 13th, inst., a boy. Fold ntteiiding phsicinn. Mr. R. L. Fans is in Henderson on business, The Bcda boys have orgimid a ball club with S R Bennett ns captain, Anvotte wishing to arrange a game can addiesi all communication? Huh. . to him. Pulmonary consumption, in its early stages, muy be hecstd by the use of Iyer's Cherry Pectoral, It stops 'the distressing couli, soothes irrita tion of the throit and ltin,'s, and induces repou Hundreds lnve listifisd to the rennrkable virtues ot '.his preparation. much-needed peace. Everybo Ij is invited to attend the jubilee t Beaver Dam June fith. A H'lilnlry ,1,1 To lellevethe distress of our Democratic neighbors, who are worried about the position ot upon the silver question, we publish the following extract from liis spetch during his campaign agalribt ex.Gov. Campbell for Governor ol Ohio: "Uullke the opponent, I will not ask you to tike any chances on this (monej) question; I will clearly and unequivocally koy to joii that my voice and influence are in favor ol Mlvrr. relrtshing rain mriiii.i, Icll here last people have begun selling tobacco. Mr. II Thomas, of Heaver Dam, held prajer mit-tinheie nt the (.hutch and orguuied Sunday School last Sunday Mr T J Pallou and wile wire the ,.,..cto nl Mr V' l P.iltnn " .lr,. fc"vr'"" " "" Mr, ond Mrs W, M, Murph) wer the guets of her father, Mr. John Tucker, 011 Inst Sunday, Mis II Austin visited Inciids iu , Ilorton last wttk, Mr R P Lee was the guest of T. W Lee last Saturday nnd tMinday L Porter mid wile, ol Mc-- 1 Mr Henry, ate visiting re.iitlvesin (Siuy-Mft How VIM) count). 1 i ulM uuui. Luuvti H Uot tnlloja,birup. liTdrutfimti. hold o MKyrSf I.IIHIS WHiUi All IIXJ lAtlS. tM w I - nrn Um I BBBHvb m of the farmers anticipate raising toWI.llO.V. SySCE Our community enjoyed a good rain bacco. Saturday which was badly needed. Mr. Henry Stevens, who lias been reading and prajer. Wheat is damaged considerably 'sick for several days, is able to be out Roll call; response with quotations already. Oats and corn are looking again. Mr Ois Williams, who has from scripture. ' well. been sick for some time, is no better. Secretary's report. Mr. Oscar Bond, our hustling merMr. Burch Taylor is on the sick list. Duett, by Misses Attye Austin aud chant, spent several days in LouisA large number of people from this Annie McKenney. ville last week, returning home Sat- place attended the funeral of Mr. Topic fordiscussion, subject Christ urday. Robt. Torrence at Pleasant Hill last widening Kingdom, Isiau As size, Mr. Frank Felix and family, Hart- Sunday. time 30 minutes, ford, returned home Sunday, after Misses Mattie and Alice Leach, Mt. Song by Society. several days visit to his father, Mr. Pleasant, are visiting relatives and Five minutes paper, subject Torn Felix. friends at this place. "Home Mission," by Miss Viena Several from here went to OwensMr. Lee Taylor made a flying trip SowJers. boro Friday to see BuflaloHill's show, to Hog's Fall last Sunday, Quartette, by Misses Attye Austin, all report a nice trip and a good Mr. Ernest Mauzy took a load of Mxttie Taylor and Mr. Hany Monroe li. S. show. tobacco to Hartford last Monday. and Prof. E R. Ray. Mr. E. P. Cooper made a flying 112 Wi'M Miss Ola Williams, the Secietary Five minutes paper, subject Fortrip to Beaver Dam Saturday return- ol our Sunday School was nbsent last Mission, by II, Merrick. eign ing Sunday. Sunday. Doka Dean. Business and adjournment. OurSundaySchool has be ju organizC. D. Chick, Pies. ed by Bro. Pharris, with an enrollment Mr. Will Skillmanhas had the sore Miss Ami: Austin, Sec'y. He has tried many of thirty-fiv- e members. Mr. E. P. eyes for ears. Committee on Program: Taylor was chosen superintendent doctors aud reme ies, nnd has always Miss Maud Mo.nhoi;, tailed to get relief until wr sold him and Mr. Oscar Bond secretary. a tube of Suthcrlnrd'.s Eagle Eve 1 . Kkv. O M. Wilson, Bro. Pharris also organized our ad- Silve, wl, icli cuird him inside of one Thlj Is tho bcit market and nun Is thn boat hniinn tn ihiii tn n m.v. m..i C D. Chick, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey joining district in Grayson county, week. Tnce ou couilirnmcnti, Bcldea wo liato baur fiuKUM limn mhir homes In hMlaii t A. M. Ioiinson. trade. No trarcllug agenta. Ship all your wool aud farm produce dlria t.i Falling Rock, at their school house sells well aud cures. M. Meyer vS: Co , HERNQON-CARTE- R I.ii.l or lliv Moiiii lillntlllrla l)ml. Snnday morning, a Sunday School CO. January 15, 1895. Iluras, Ky. Ky , May 16 The with an Mavi'H'.U). 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Murroll Court, LOUISVILLE, XT. enrollment ot about the same Sutherland's Eagle Eve Salve has wonderful I.) ons quintuplets, born to as ours. Asaph. done a great deal more for me than Mrs Oscar Lyons, of this place, on can be told by pen. W.H.Skillman. SALESMEN Thousands have tested the great srjth of April, are all dead, The the Iluras. Ky. Satsa-paril- la building-u- p power of Hood's For sale by '.. Wayne Griffin ft line of Nursery. last one died yesterday. and have found renewed Bro,, druggist, and Renlrow Bros., Liberal Sulary or Cumnii'tiion paid 1 heir deaths were very peculiar, IS Till: NAMK OF OUK NKW Narrows, Ky. weekly. Permanent hiiiI 1'aying peaud the cause cannot be explained by strength, vigor aud vitality in its tition to good men. Rpeciul indiiee-n.en- u the phvstciatis, unless caused by ov- use. Kxcluaivu territn beginners. Nprrliil .'VolKr. 37er worry by enormous crowds visiting Writo ut oneo trrr 'Irnlliirliltlou,, All persons who have .subscribed tory givoii it desired. them, which h.-- been permitted since The Louisville Post Says: 'ir .(in One of th beat WHEALS lor the Commercial or the New York for terim to their birth The first one died ou IIA.W1M NUIHHUV CO,. Prof. Wayland Alexander, of Hart- Tribune nt this oflice.and who are not built. Itocm-sThit- , N. Y, May 4, and the others on the nth, ford, who it was thought would es- receiving them, will please report to 12th, 13th and 14th. Each one of tablish a school in Owensboro, has us at once, llortr IlrraUlur, them died instantly nnd in a similar abandoned the idea, and has accepted I am prepared to handle horses, .uid manner, giving a loud scream at the u proposition from the South Carroll-t- o It Is Strong. Light and Good. Whenever a druggist tells you he make n specialty of breaVing hon-cmoment of death, lliey were fully people" where he will remove his has something just ns good lorcoughs, that hav? been spoiled. All tho latont Improvomontaj Prices reasdeveloped, and for a while appeared school. largo Darrol Hub, narrow South Carrolltonhas deeded grip, etc., ns Dr. Bell's I'ineTarllons onable and work guaranteed. Wash Duncan, Hartford. to be )n perfect health, but a disy or to Prof. Alexander the college and ey dou't you believe it, for we guar-an- te troad, full Dall boaring and that it is not true. We make Strictly High Grado In ovory two'previous to their death they be- grounds at that place and given hint Good Old Granny Metcalf, 8G years rospoot, the genuine and authorize nil drugprloo only $60.00 came very thin, as though they a residence ns well, aud will furnish gists to guarantee it. The U. H. old, living at 618 Monroe street, would dry up. Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine spoola! prious to clubs. him free transportation from Hart- Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. For sale bvZ Wnynerirldiit fcllro.. Tar Honey is the best grip cure, The bodies of the childieii hve ford to that town, having chartered a druggist.and Renlrow llros. Narrow.". cough, lung nnd bronchinl remedy been tinbilmed, mid will be kept on steamer for the removal. that hat been offered to the people Ky. exhibition. The ones enibilmed sevduring her I lie. Guaranteed by, K, sMa.p-w-'lli- e I'rol. Dllllo'. Lecture, eral days ago are in nit excellent Wayne Griffin & Bro,, druggist, nud I (llliir'N llliiiioliillna: Vtrrk, l'rol. C. C. Cline lectured ut the statu of preset vatiou, and 110 trouble Instead of receiving the hundreds Kenfrow Bros,, Norrows, Ky, MetbodUt'Chttrch Wednesday night is expected in preserving them by of dollars that should have been paid the process. The father nud mother to a large crowd on the Roman Cath- us durlnir court w'tek onlv ix was re. olic Church. Prof, Cline is au of the Utile wonders aie terribly grief htr CVutorta. stricken over tlielr lasH, ntui gnve interesting speaker and alUed, and that vvns placed to the Whf a (lab u tick, va funis nie entertained that the mother presented his subject in a clear aud credit ot Abraham I.udner, n colored ' VTbaa klie hu a CbllJ, the cried (or CaatorU. . 7 . Also can wit endure tile griel, ami mat the farmer of Hillsdale. When he passes When hhe berame WUj, alia clim- - to Cutorta. practical manner, He dellverd anresult will be fital. 11 p o I WUaauabadClldnn anagaTetbauiCantoria, other lecture last night to a crowded over the silent river may he enjoy a rest us peaceful as that of the lamed 11, I'l.l. V.Sl.M'. houie, and will deliver one & Mrs Anrou Ticlieuorvisitcd friends to men only, N, I'oplarville, Father Abraham. and rvhtives near South Carroltou Y., FreeJ'ree. Wi: earueally appeal to our tub. Palduess is olten proceeded or aclast week mid brought her little ecribew, who' are in tho arreari, to daughter home, who has been attend- companied by grnyness 01 the hair. Children Cry for Wo come iu and settle nt once. To prevent both baldness and gray-liening tcl.ool there the past term. Wholesale Hatduare& Bicycles NEKI) THE MONEY WHICH use HuII'b Hair Kenewer, au Rev Simmons deliveied a very inV. MHf Pln Plll. ' roman OWHNSDOKO, KY, YOU OWE US. teresting uiu! instinctive sermon here honest remedy, ll pahi kaiil.lmd If IT, Mllm' laln VUU- - For Y. P C. E. Society, May 23, '96: by song, scripture Opening, I'rcmiiiiiie Prospects at are flattering for a good crop; corn is growing nice-ly- ; wheat is looking better; but few ri. this place 1111 11 Best Bedroom Suit Jtver $ G0 Dresser. BEVEL PLATEGLASS 11 Bed, Wash-stan- d and AIS0LUTELY UNEQUALLED regards durability. Hundreds of similar bargains at the imiBE . WOLF, Main Street, Owensboro. $11.50 $11.50 WOOL. WOOU -- 1 Ri-s'- WANTED TIP TOP ZSic cl WB8TE FOR I . t' CATALOGUE Agents Victor, N Overland. for the eon, to-ni- Haliday, Barnes s, Pitcher's Castorla. HILL&STEITLER i.i.i vxn THE M G CORSET. For Scrofula. ".Since childhood, I luivo been nflllcted with scrofulous bolls mid sores, which caused mi) terrible surfurlng. l'hysiclaiis wero uuablo Io help me, and 1 only grew1 worso under their care. At length, I began SPECIFIC Don't fail to bring your wool to Carson & Co. Bring on your Hams and Wool to Corson & Co. Awarded Highest Honors World' Da Fair. WE WANT . The best Binder on the market is the Milwaukee. Horse jockles were on hand Monday in abundance. Don't forget the big day at Beaver Dam June the 6th. For Hoes, Rakes, ttc, call 011 Stevens nnd get a bargain. See Martin, the old reliable Jeweler, or anything in his line. Call on C. R. Martin for all kinds ol w.itch aud clock repairs. Mr. Lewis Hickey died at his home neer Adaburg last Thursday night. Mrs J.A.Anderson andjlttle daughter, Cova, nre in Owensboro this week. A POINDS . OF w CREAM For Which Wc Will Pay the 1 to taku AYER'S Sarsaparlllii, and very soon grew bett ter. After using BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. fiighest M&riel friee We have to give in exchange half a doeu bottles I was completely cured, so that I havo not had u boll or plmpln 011 nay art of my body for thu last twelve jours. I eau cordially recommend Aer's Sarsa-liIlia as thu very best hlooiUpurlller In existence." (I. T. ltKl.NilAHT, Myersvllle, Texas. THE LARGEST And most complete ai BEAVER DAM. Rev. Casebier, Rockport. filled his tegular appointment here Sunday. Messrs. James Rogers and Emory Dent, Leitchfield, spent Sunday in town. Miss Mattle Taylor spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in the coun-ti- Mr. J. B. Taylor and wife attended the wedding of Mr.Joe Kahn,a brothWhite ducks nt Fair Bros. & Co's. er of Mrs. Taylor, which took place Uncle Thomas Griflln represented in Morgantowu last Sunday. llring your wool to Fair Bros. & the colored U, A. R. Post at Somerset Mr. James A. Duff and J. F. Austin Co's. this week. visited their homes Saturday and 20 yards heavy domestic jl at Fair Mr. Virge Stevens and Miss Dolly Sunday. 7uc; as Bros. & Co's. Mr. A. M. Hunt went to Bowling French were married at the home of Summer coats lor fat men t Fair the bride, near Buford last Sunday, Green last Saturday on Steamer City as is 50c. Bros. & Co's. of Ctarksville. All thoie indebted to ui will come Misses Virgie Hocker ant Attyc Bargains in every department at fotward and settle at once. Austin were in Hartford Monday Fair Bros. & Co. C. P. Wr.sTKBFinr.D & Son. afternoon. Mr. Sam Gaddis, Hoitou, has been Miss Ida Maddox in company with Mr. Wood Tinsley represented the granted a pension. R, her friends Misses Maggie Smith, OU Preston Morton Post No. 4 G.-1.50 Mr. Jno. C. Riley went to OiveiiB-bo- ro at ihe F.ncampment at Somerset this lie Hocker spent Saturday and Sunday at her home near McHenry. Wednesday. week. Mr. J. Henry Carson an wife, ' Memphis, is Mr. C. L. Hardwick, We are very than! ful to those who Hartford, were in town Wednesday in town this week. paid their subscription this week have afternoon. Hon. 15. D. Gufly, Franklott, was and kirdly ask you to send in what Misses Viola Pirtlc, Fannie Barnes, you o.we. iu town this week. Margaret Clark, Mrs. J. T. Lynn and is Miss Arrangements have been made with Mr. 15. P. Barnes spent Sutiday in Great improvement going on ia C. , O. & S. W. R. R to carry people Hartford with Mr. Shelby Taylor and passes Hartford every week. to Beaver Dam on round trip one fare wife. You ought to be taking Tun Little Miss Wray Lynn and little June 6'.h. it you are not. Robert, spent a few days ir.Louisville Good Sweet potato slips for sale. of is prepared to do This variety, healthy growth. Apply to last week with relatives. Miss Ella McBeath, Leitchfield.was the very best Job Work. Nelson Bros., old Fair Grounds, Hartwith her class last week as usual. New line fancy batiste, dainties aud ford, Ky. 44t Mr. Ed Weiggle, Louisville, is the lawns nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr. Dan F. Tracy, a former rest guest of the Monroe family. Mr. Henry Bray and wife, ol dent ot Haitlord, was selected as one A crowd of young folks spent Sunof the delegates to the National MeetWhitesville, were in town Friday. day afternoon at Sulphur Springs. Mr. J. D. Hocker and family spent Judge C. W. Massie, Owensboro, ing of the G. A. R. from Kentucky. Mr. Jas J. Wilson, ot Ciomwell, Sunday in the country. has been attending couit this week. Miss Attye Austin entertained a $1.00. Also Miss Bennie James, of Point The refreshing rains of the past and Pleasant, were married by Rev. J. C. few friends Saturday evening in honfew days havegreatly improved crops. o0c Brandon at his residence iu Hartford or of the Leitchfield visitors. Miss Elizabeth Calloway, LouisThe school at Beaver Dam Seminary yesterday evening. ville, is the guest ol Mrs.W. L.Spaldcloses next week. Commencement exercises of Hart-fo- id ing. The class in English Literature College next week promise to be come out Thursday evening. The Mr. John William Bryant, living nice, and the young ladies and gen- O. II. J. Society Friday evening. near Hartford, has been granted a tlemen of the graduating class will And last but not least is the Musical Wo pension. appear with excellent orations. that is to be given Saturday evening The Hypatlans are making prepaon wool, eggs, Miss Caroline 15. Townsend; sister by Miss Margaret Clark, her pupils, rations to have a banquet one night of the late Judge J. C Townsend, and and her sister Miss Fannie Clark of next week. aunt ot Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding, of Louisville. Programs will be out Work is progressing nicely on this place, is ery seriously ill at her next week and you must not fail to Capt. Cox's dwelling and it will soon home in Stephentown, N. Y. She attend. be finished. Mrs. Dr. Smith, McHenry was in has many friends heie who will regret town Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Wm. 15. Ward is able to be out to hear ol her illness. Attye again, after suffering a severe fall a y A fi:hiug party left Hartford few days ago. -lor the old diift on Rough I'roKrniiimo I&rlford Sample of fTashiOn.- Mrs. Jas. Lyons, IIuuesvillc,is the River, where they will speud several For the class in English Literature guest of her lather. Judge J. F. Car- days. The crowd was composed of which will appear next Wednesday We want your Wool. Cahson&Co. son, this week. Call on Bullington, the barber. Messrs. C. L. Field, M. Bean, Z. II. night. The class is in charge of Prof. . R. Foster. Call on liulltngtou lor a good Hoes, rake, etc., at Steven' at Miss Amba Ford, who has been Shultz, A. C: Yeiser and Dr. E. B, Natures Darlings Mary Smith. shave. Peudltou. bargain. quite sick at the home of her brother, Wc have just received one case of this celebrated Corset direct from the factory. Also the same goods in summer corsets, which we can furnish yon in any size at lowest prices. Also one case of the AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla Ajcr't Cherry Pectoral cures Coughi and Colds THE ONLY WORLD'S FAIR The Beaver Dam Brass Band is go.' ing to give a farmer jubilee June 6th, at Beaver Dam, Ky. We will pay the highest market price for your wool. Carson & Co. It new, you will find it in Tub otherwise it never happened. STOCK of CLOTHING The best and well assorted line OP XDIESZESS JsToiions, fi&fs O-OOZ- DS M Also a full and complete stock of BROADWAY WOVEN CORSETS sssx Sold every where for long they last, our price, ?TiEr&T Kid Gloves in white, tan, brown and black, from 75c to per pair. stocz: OF Which we will sell for the lowest f 1. eft j?riees. Our Millinery Goods. doing the Millinery Walsh business. Not a week without our stock being replenished it isatall times full the latest things. We want your Feathers, Bacon, Hams, Chickens, Eggs and Ginseng. ALWAYS HEADY TO SEE YOU. Wo aro Yours ior Trade, Ribbons and Ladies Underwear. We keep the largest stock of these goods in Ohio County. Ladies gowns, skirts, chemise 50c to big line ready to $1.00. CARSON & GO l) 1'roctttllngn of Hie AlexniiilerNiiuUny .School. Sunday, May 17. By CI.KAIt made waists Come To See Us Bring your For bargains in all lines. trade. feathers, etc. want your ginseng, ZETacir Proprietors, Bros- - Sz, Co. yes-tcida- Stevens pays produce. lushest prices lor I'ure crab cider lor sale by P. V. 22 Cm Phtle, Haitlord, Ky. Yo line men get you one of those II. M. T. buggies lor sale by Field & Hoi brook. Parties wanting wheat bran for fertilizing purposes, slightly damaged by heat, can get " t ! W. Pord & 42 2t Co's Mill at $G per ton. NOT LONG gm '" ghe business lint long enough to know that there are some people I am pleasing with iny goods and prices, because they continue to trade with tue. QUALITY 'And prices Are two ol the most important points I to consider io buying anything. make them my specialty in Groceries. MY METHOD OF qp" Going business Is to buy the best, sell the best, and recommend the best. It is this nictli. od that has brought to my store a permanent, desirable patronage. ghere are Jimes When You can" Lay up a Cent, But you can always save money by buying your Groceries ol LBSTEVENS. cent per pound Cakson & Co. Is the best barber In the Bullltigtoti Green Rives Country. Ve sell Ice at 1 Remember Ilulltngtou'n tonsorial parlor when you want a good shave. Stevens gives a firstclass sifter with each can ol Golden Baking Powders. Dou't you want some Building Loan Stock. The Kentucky Citizens is the best. Remember you can get Tuit and Louisville Commercial jnrfr.a.s per year. Dr. W Alexander will igo to South of Owensboro, Cnrrollton instead where he has secured the school building and a dwelling in which to live. l'ield & Holbrook handle the MilwauHe will leave with his family soon kee Binder. Cull and :ee them before Rev. W. B. Baruett, of Camba, after school closes. you buy. Hartfod will Ohio, is visiting relatives at'and near miss the Doctor and his family, but buggy at a Hartford, preached an excellent ser- all join If you want a in wishing them a pleasant surprisingly low price, call 011 Field mon at the Methodist Church Sunday time in their new home. & Holbrook. night. The unusual quietude of Hartford Wanted. lo borrow 600.00 an Messrs. Renfroiv & Dean have good property. Address "C" care about completed their new flouring was bioken yesterday evening when Commonwealth Attorney J. E Rowe tt KiU'UHMCAN, Haitlord, Ky. mill at Hines' Mill. They have put and Mr. Henry Nail hnd a little aU in fine machinery, and are well r Come and see our Milwaukee teratlon in the birber shop. Mr. equipped. and Mowers belore you buy. Nail was In the barber chair when Mr. FllUD Si IIOMIKOOC. Rowe cursed him, whereupon Mr. Circuit Court. The Ohio Circuit Court convened Nnll planted his right fist upon the We want your Wool, llacon, Hens, Monday with Judge W. T. Owen aud trying Chickens, Kggs, Hums, But-te- r Commonwealth's Attorney J, Kdwin Attorneys forehead. Friends interfered nnd peace was restored. and Feathers. Caiison & Co. Rowe on hand. The grand jury for this term is as Wc will not deliver Ice alter 7 a. The following named persons have m, o'clock. Leave your order so we follows: paid their subscription to Tub William Foster, Sr., J. W. Payne, can ottend to it early. since our last issue. We CATtSON & Co. Sr., E. G. Render, Noble Bean, Johu need the money and would be glad to M. Leach, C. W.' Butler, T. M. have you to come in and pay and get There is nothing shoddy about our Daugherty.J. C. Benuett.T. II. Bean, on this list: R. J. Mason, Buford; J. program paper. It is the fiueit on J. D, Cooper, V. I. Rowe, foreman, W. Benton, Beda; Pete Render, !. the market. Get our prices belore W. II. Smith, sheriff. A. Addiuglon.Smallhous; W. We are sure to going elsewhere. The following named gentlemen C. Leach, White Run; N. C. Daniel, please you. Call in and see samples. have been empaneled us petit jurors Cromwell; Claude Miles, Pordsville; t.1 i .1 Lua1"1 " for this ternu A. T. Brown, L. L. S. J. II. Ralph, Magau; Luther Rogers, Hoover, Joseph Ivskridge, O. T. Hines, Select; Geo. W. Rowe.Sr., G. R. Car-soC. C. Marlow, L. II. Render, S P. Centertown; Mike Crahan, A. Coleman, D. II. Miller, J. W. Baker, Grlgsby, Wm. 15. Ward, Hartford; C. W. Hussey, J. V. Turner, W. W. J. F. Berkley, Mark Reufrow, Sulphur Ford, J 15, Moddox, G. A. Holland, Springs', J. Wm. Taylor, Beaver Dam. A. V. Day, J. B. Dodson, H. L. Knott, .Mrlllnl.y it lluiur. J. M. Taylor, Hoover Neighbors, L.S. .Iu the first place the man who Kngler, 55. W, Shultz, W. J. French, stands a good chance of moulding the your doctor. The doctors ap- J. II. Fulkerson. destiny of 70,000,000 people for (our Emulsion. prove of cases on All the Commonwealth For whom"? For men and Tuesday's docket were continued ex- years lives ina alramehouse,for which He women who are weak, when cept the cases of Commonwealth vs. he pays $40 month rent. them keeps two pervauts. One of cooks be strong; for Cal. Stevens andThos, Hamilton, the and washes nnd does they should other work, aud babies and children who are case of the Commonwealth vs. W. S, the other sweeps the house, answers thin, when they should be fat ; Ford, dismissed. the door bell and waits on Mrs, Com'th vs. Albert Austin coutiu-- . for all who get no nourishment who is an invalid. The Mafrom their food. Poor blood ued. jor blacks his own shoes and shaves Com'th vs. J. C, Royal stricken himself cvry morning at 7 o'clock. Is starved blood. Consumpand Scrofula never come off with leave to reinstate. His wife loves flowers, and in the tion 15. B. Allen summons as petit ju-jruotle-bustlAnd of getting a grip on the without this starvation. to fill regular pnntiel. nomination the major finds time every nothing 13 better for starved Judge L. 1. Little, Owensboro, is morning to put 011 n linen duster and oil, blood than cod-livattending Court. cod-Hvan old straw hat and go out In the Emulsion Is . Com'th vs. D, Royal on trial. yard and attend to the flowers. Even taste oil with the flsh-fCom'th vs. M, I, Kuykendoll the most pretentious people could not taken out. cases stricken from docket with leave digully the McKinley garden by the fCOTT'5 EMULSION bat boon eniorstd by to reinstate at instance of Common. high sounding title of grounds. The (Alt tb nodical prol.ulon (or twonty yooro. always your doctor.) ThU U bocauto It U wealth Attorney. yard has n frontage of 75 leet aid a ruUUblo alwsyo uniform always contains Oil trn) Hypo tho purtil Norwegian Com'th vs. Geo. Simpson contin- depth ol 150 leet. The house, with chotnhltit. Put up In go eont and J1.00 alios. Tho ued for Commonwealth, defendant's its porches, is about 4" feet wide, aud mill olio may bo enough la cur your ball reduced to $250. He tailed to ex- that doesn't leave much room on the covgh or bolp your baby, SCOTT & nOWNE, ChtmUU, New York 15x, ecute bond and was placed in Jail. other side Drs. G. B. Slack 'and Jno. 15. Bell have returned Irom Louisville, where they have been attending school first-class Bin-de1 Rock-port;- All those indebted to us will come forward mid settle at once. C. 1 WiiSTKiii'iKM) & Son. Dr. IS. W. Ford, is improving. A Scott's er at Cod-IU- tr n, 1 Mc-Kin- or e Scott's er request of the Superintendent the class sung No. 10, "Will you be There." The Superintendent then read from Matthew the parable of Virgins and led the prayer. Sutiday School was thcu opened by the class singing No. in, "I am Walking in the Beautiful Light " J. R. Williams was absent and his class selected Mrs. Laura who heard the lesson. Miss Inez King and Mrs. J. R. Williams were again absent and their classes t. were again heard by Mrs. Alex Subject of lesson "The paraGolden text ble of the pounds." "He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much, and He that is unjust iu the least is unjust also in much." Topic "God rewards men according to their faithfulMusic. On calling the roll the fact ness." An Historical Research Clarence was disclosed that several of our offi Kothwell Field. Music. cers and scholars were absent, a tact "The Crossing of a Brook Decides wc are sorry to record and hope will the Conquest of a World" Elizabeth not occur again. Messrs. Perry Wat-kinChandler. Music. Beaver Dam; R. P. Baird, CenLines the world will not Willingly tertown; Bert Combes, of the Concord Die Owen Williams. Music. neighborhood, let and Misses Thompson "A Precious Stone set in a Silver anu wimams, 01 riawora uouege, Sea" Jessie ThomasSmith. Music. were welcome visitors. ( The Irresisitible Sweep of Modern The committee on program for Life" Benjamin Chatham Gibson. Children's Day at Washington made Music. its report, which was partially re- Starlight to Sunlight Bertie Mor celved and the matter deferred until ton. next Sunday. The class then sung No. 179, "My Heavenly Home," and Children Cry for after the recitation of the beatitudes the school was dismissed to meet PItoher'8 next Sunday at 4 p. m. For Male. I have for sale the II. D. Taylor It looks as though the woven wire residence and about 5 acres of ground fence is to supersede the treacherous adjacent to same, on reasonable terms barb wir,e by which the destruction and easy payments. 43 4t to animals amounts to thousands of II. P. Taylor, Hartford, Ky. dollars every year. See advertisement of Kitselman Bros., Ridgeville. Ind., jit. ii,i:ana.t. We had a good rain here last Sats send for their catalogue and learn all about it. urday. Bro. Matthews filled his appoints ment here last Sunday evening. Hlileoii A, ,lliooil. "Gld" Allgood, as he was familiarMr. II. M. Lites is oil the sick list ly called, who died Monday, was perthis week. Misses Minnie Miller and Euitua haps as widely known and popular as Liles visited Misses Effie and Lena any man within the confines of DaWallace last Saturday night and Sun- viess county, and there is universal grief and regret at his taking off. He day Mr. Oleuder Rains is on the sick was born in Yadkin county, N. C, January 27, 1848; with his father, Mr. list. Mrs, Robt. Rains and Mrs. Tom Jas. Allgood, he came to Daviess Crowder were iu Beaver Dam last county in 1855. His father a farmer, Gideon wasrearedon the farm, attendFriday shopping. Mr. C. Kendall spent Saturday ing school at intervals until he was years qi age. In 1872 he night with his uncle, Mr. Bob Liles. twenty-fou- r was elected constable of the Yelvlng-- . B. II. ton precinct, and afterward served as notice, Trni'liem, deputy sheriff and deputy assessor of White teacher's Examination, June the county. In 1878 he was elected June 19.20. Colored, June to the office of county assessor, was June 7 at Haitlord. in 1881 and again iu 1894, 7.. II. Siiultz, Co Supt. He was ever a painstaking and efficiSecretaries Olney and Carlisle ent officer, doing his work conscienrecently consented for the first time tiously and well, and had won the since they held offices, to be photo- confidence of the whole people. He had been twice married, his graphed seated at their desks. The pictures were taken at the request of last wife and three children surviving The Ladies' Home Journal, and will him, He was for years a consistent member of the Yelvington Baptist be used to illustrate Harrison's article describing the Church, a kind husband and father, a workings of the State Department in good citizen, a Christian gentleman, Politically he was a Democrat ind for the July number ol that magazine. his party fealty was frequently favorHOTIUK. I WANT CTtrr nun an! woman In tho linltM ed. The funeral will take place toBtaUo iDtomUd lu tho Opium ami Wtilikr bablta Io hare ouo of inr book on tbaoe ilia. day from his late residence near Yeltaitt. Adilrou II. 11.uoWoolloy, Allauta, Ua., vington. Owensboro Messenger. uv tout juu rvo. ami uuo will Bar-nets, There is but little news in this part of the county more than the farmers are jubllent since the nice rain of this week, which was gladly accepted and much needed as every thing was in need of rain. The health of this community is goodat this writing, though we are sad as we chronicle the death of one that will be missed in the society of the young and that was Louis Hicky, who died with typhoid fever the 15th of this month, A nice young man just in the bloom of manhood, just three months before reaching his majority, but God knows best so parents, sisters and btothers don't weep ior Louis he1 is likely in better com pany than we are. Mr. Charley McDowel and sisters, Misses Belle and Frankie, visited the family of Mr. J. A.Park last Saturday and Sunday, and they were welcomed as only Kentuckians can welcome strangers, they being from our sister State, Indiana, and now' attending Hartford College. Observbr, imx. WANTED. We OTant twentv ood soiIpItors to soHcll for our latest ana most popu. iar publications; this work combines pleasure with proCt. No experience or capital necessary. pleasant and profitable work for vacation.inone but energetic parties need apply. For further particulars call on or write our General Agent, S, C, Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. The Wbuner Puu. Co.? Chicago. a Castorla. Office Call at Tim next week and renew your subscription and take the Louisville Commer- cial. "GREATEST ON EARTH." Dr. irillca IlcatoratlTe Nervine. Mr. It. T Caldwell, Is la the First National BanU ot Fulton, Ky. "I was completely run down. My nerroa becamo hi unstrung through los of Bleep and worry that 1 felt guru I would bo compelled to clvo up my, ixultton. I would Uo awake all nlglit long-- und It took but little book-keep- er ..V-BSrf- if -! n SP 5-- u-1- 3: 36-2- K.T. OALDWIU. to (bake mo u poo. that I could not rmsilbly my biulnetu aa I ahould. lu attend to connection with tlila I bad lltvr Iruuihj, bearlneu about the atomach, and nalna In different parta of my body. 1 waaauomucu reduced In Uoh. 1 waa persuaded to try Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. I Brit procured a trial bottlo from a local drugfLt and Koodreturtaqulckly followed. I then procured adollar buttle, andby the ttma IbadutedthU up I waa a different man. I amnowon my third bottle and am able to sleep souudly and eat rexularly.aomuthlnK could not poHslbly do beforo taklne your S ftrvint. t am noffuUyrKucrca.anddouot eoltate to pronounce Dr. Mllea' lieslorutlvo R.T.OALDWEIX. Fulton, Ky. Dr. MIlea'.NervIno l aold oa waltire) uarantee that the first bottln will beneau AlluruiiiUusellltatll.o bottles for 13. or i e.f Dr. Miles' Nervine KV.'.?fi'iti. E" "ill Mil if I r tjnwmow" iM " L'l tJJBgJ l v&GZi Huvtftml Republican I'miuv, May sa, irJotj. MI?. AND MKS. HOWSEH, MEDICAL General Directory. BTATIi OI'I'ICIAI.M liiM-t- BAPTIST CONVENTION. 13 ro. Trumati writo& ot His to tho South. 1 Ciiattanoooa.Tknn ,My 2 06 Kditok Kkpciilican: The great Southern Dnptist Conven. tion convened in this city on Friday, the 8th, ntid closed on- - Tuesday the 12th. In ninny respects It was one ol the most interesting, ns well ns the most harmonious, of any .'omier sen. The number o! messengers sions. present was about one thousand, besides a great ninny visitors. Cliattanooga,thoiip;li numbering only about 47,000 people, is, in many respects, a great city. The grandeur ol the scenery which ran be.sietinll around and about this noted city, is wonderlul to look upon. Thirty odd years ago when, we soldier boys were matching atouud and about over mountain, hill and dale, it was then a mere village. I arrived in the city on the night of the 6th. Ivarly the next morning, in company witn Dro. B V Jenkins and three other comr.idesn'id an excellent driver, we sttrted out to view once more where fo many brave hovs fell in deletise of their country's (1 ig Mission Riile and Chickainnun. We were gone all day .and traveled a distance of 40 miles overa most bent-tilt- il roid. We visited many places ol j4te.1t interest, especially to old soldier boys who were engaged in those two great battles battles which tried men's souls, were Lee and Gordon's Mills, bloody pond where parts of the armies clashed in a life and death struggle in a hand to hand conflict which only the brave6t men can stand. Some of the surroundings around Lee A. Gordon's mills seem very much as they did 33 years ago. The lake at the great "craw-fisspring" still looks natural but thespring does not. Just below where the great spring emerges from the earth has been built a stone dam ten feet high for the purpose ot giving power to the Dinnmo which lights a very large hotel hard by which I do not think ought to have been done as it is one of the greatest or the greatest springs in the United States, or possibly In the world discharging 64,000,000 gallons daily. Many of the boys will remember the old "Brotheiton House" as well as the "'Kelly Housd" spoken of in the history of the great battle of in one of which General Thomas had for a time his headquarters. Then there is the Snodgrass House on the western slope of "SnodChic-amau- grass Hill." Here on this hill is where late on Sunday evening the second day of that great battle was perhaps the hardest fighting that took place on that blooly field. Heie it was on the left wing of the Federal army, where General Thomas unflinching as "The Rock of Chicka-mauiand so saved our army from wreck. Here on this hill stands more than a dozen of the grandest monuments to be seen on the field of that great, great battle. These were placed there to irk for ages to come by the States Tenn. Ohio, Mich Minn. Ind. Vt. Mo. and several other States which I cannot now call to mind. But their stands old Kentucky one ol the grandest of them all, and you ask has she a monument there too? One to mark the place where her brave boys stood like stones in the face of walls of fire? No! no! there is not one there. But you ask is there not going to be at least one placed in 111 't! that great I'ark to mark the brave deeds of courage of the boys who wore the Blue or the boys who wore the Gray. Well, I don't know, ask some of those whose party has controlled the nflairs at the Capitol of our State during the past 30 years It may be that it will be done during tie lew yeais we have to live. The past Kentucky Legislatures not having the manhood to pass upon an appropriation for this pitspose the old soldiers of both sides seeing liow; their honor and courage have been neglected ought long ago to have called a fraternal meeting and inauguiatuFoive way by which the money could he raised to place (it least one monument there long, lo,ng ago tosoldiurs of Ky. It may be that we shall have to place one there yet il it is ever done, if so let us like patriotic sons as we have proven ourselves to be, go work ns men and brothers mid do it. I shall never vote lur any man who doei not lavor such an oppioprintion. I went overa part of the field in which the 17th Ky., was engaged on the first and second days, I saw the place on a pilut ii front ol the old pine lUM'leiung, or swamp, win re th e iwi'i lii'l kn.ip'.sivks pile I ilium iiioii'id them Hit ml; tree on that nitfiiiorib'e Sunday morning, ami wlietc dining the diy were all Mime I up 11 which tlure wte many iiMtty lellfis Itnm the girls we lift btliitnl ii mid which were hUu con Miuiid hv the II mrs Hut what an insigiiitmaiit incident to pcaW o in cnittpaii-ito the hlackt-nclares and dial ml limbs and bodies of hiii'diftt. n ilr.nl and wniuidid sol 'ill, at-- tl;i 1') on' that bloody and 111 Mi1!,' Il, til Ah! wo iMtiiauc ran iwl tin puce of I.tlinW? Wh'i Mull ii'n.Hiir the pit nolle 1iciiiimii I'Xlnlitel Hi1 lilt- - MUHMiin.irv field, n Chiil am iii'ii, ,St- - trmpt-- 19 ind in, r wit ? More i.Si lichorh II C Tkumvn'. alum r inii-wrI K inrnditT h'i.s (piick and lnror mn. Iliilltuut'iii slh iiinl will dn y.air woik (r. I. 11 Ailjidnnt-Geiierncoot?" 1). It Collier. l "Well, no not exactly. For fenr Stnto Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown of burglnrs Day. "You what?" she asked as ho hesiItAII.IIOAII COMMlSStDNKItS. tated and looked confused. Tno U. Wood, chairman; ,1. F. He rushed upstairs, and sho followed in time to seo him pull tho Dempvy, II. S. Irwin. .Secretary Samuel 'F. Brown. wallet from under the dresser. CONOUFSMONAI.. "Then you were not robbed!" nho . Senators Hon. W illlniii C. LiniU tartly observed. "N-nnot quite; not this thno. say. linn, ,T. U. S. Blackburn. But let this be a great moral lesson Beprefenttitivo Fourth District to you, Mrs. Bowser never to mod-dl- o Hon. John W. Lewis. Castoria. Castoria. with my wallet I That's somektatb i.r.tiisi.Art'in:. " Ca.iotl.-- i la an cicclttiit nihlMne for thing no husband will put up with." "Caaloila la aowtll adaplrd tnchlldrerTthat I). Jiimes. Senator Hon. A, Mother lur trprntnlly told iuc or It. I lecotumend It at tupctlor to any ptetcrlptioti "I never touched your old wnllctt" Representative Ohio County ILitt. luoJ cUVcl uku tlulr children. " known lo me." "And seo that you never do! And C. Al. Burnett. II. A, Anciir.n. It. II., Da, O. C. Osgood. don't talk back, Mrs. Bowsur. You Ill So. Oilotd M., lliuoUju, N. V. Lowell, Ma. OHIO COUNTY. have had a very narrow escape, anil " Cailotl.i l the beat temnly far chltdrrn of "Our pit) aidant In Ihe chlldren't depart. you ought to bo thankful for liciikh'it rouitr which 1 am acquainted, 1 lioc Die day la riot tneul lwe tpuWn hlulily of their cijietl-niclinn. W. T. Owen, .Judge Owens very thankful. Some husbands far iHataut vrhen tnotheM wltl cuualder the In their out.ide pnictlir with Caatorla, real Intereatcf their chlldten, and ttaeCaator la and atthough wc o'tiy have would have raised a row; but I think boro. uinonir our I.Hlcad of the varloti ,iuik tiuatrtima which Hon. J, Kdwin Howe, Attorney metllcnl tupptlet wliat la known n regular you understand me, and I think the are detrolii tlulr Iocd onra, 1y forvtiijr protiicti, )et we ote free to ronfeaa that the Otvciuborn. lesson will not bo lost on you." Deo;lu!tt, morphine, aouthlnir njrup and other lucrlta of Ctatorl.1 hut won ut to look with troit Free Press. hurtful r.i;cut down ttulr thruala, thereLy fawr upon It " J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. .ending thciatJ premature grate " G. B. Likens, Clerk lliirtlord. VirLi lluariTAL and Di.rcMaur, Dm. J, 1', KiMxaitir., Uotton, Mau. B. D. Bingo, .Master Coiuiiiisaitmcr K. K. Sutherland Med. Co : Conway, Art.. ALII.N C. SUITII, A I. Gusts: I write this letter because Hartford. I believe you have made a discover Tho Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. G. B Likcuo, Trustee Jury Fund in n cough, cold, throat nnd lung remIlnrtfmtl. 'Zni!S2&2E&&Za2U3ZaE2!SZ2ZZ& edy that the people ought to have. I Oil. P. Keown, Sheriir-Hartf.- ini. refer to Dr. fiell's Pine Tar Honey. I Deputie Samuel Keown Hart lord have thoroughly tested it and know Ford-vill.Too Roberts, Tlnw. R. its wonderlul merits. It cures Lniiisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway Company. Any one who ever needt a remedy of Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Steven, Wrst liounil I Ivast liound triilnn. Tlitsc traitw run daily. tr.iin. I should be Crotnwellv this kind never I I No- M I ! No. 44 No 41. No. 42STATIONS. Court convenes lirt Monday in without a bottle ot Dr. BeM's Pine no 11 in .S 05 p in I.v. U. Depot, Louisville . . Ar. March nnd Aiilmisi 11ml continues three fi ,10 p in 7 45 " " M I'ortcr. Tar Honey. Jkhkv 8 mi . . Ki mucky Street 12 45 7 5" 45 wecko. nnd third Monday in May anil Glass aud Queenswnre. 8 40 . 12 05 7 20 Point 7 i November two weeks. Pailuchah, Ky. Jan. 15. 1S95. . . Iliuv.tnl 12 112 7 23 S43 77 county conrr. For sale by Z. Wayne Gnflin&Bro , S 52 6 59 Willowdale 11 52 7 32 druggist, and Ren (row Bios , NarJohn P. Morton, Judge Hnrtlord. 7.VS 6 53 . Kock Haven . S5S. 45 rows, Ky. D. M. Becker, Clerk Httrtlonl. . I .on;.' llnilirh 7 45 647 II 37 9 "5 Attorncv-Hnrtfbr- d. E. P. Neal, 6 39 28 . Ittruidcnbttri: 755 .'. 9H Wlml Kwry Town lina. Court convenes first Monday in 804 ( 24 . . . Kkron 9 23 09 A liar, each month. . S 13 6 16 . . IrviitKtoii 00 9 3' A weather prophet. . . Webster 82S IJUAltrKISI.Y COUItT. 603 9 47 1051 . I.od tnu Begins on the third Monday in A woman who tattles. 10 42 5 55 S37 955 . . Sample 10 27 S45 January, April, July and October, 1003 SI" A half dozen lunatics. . Stephrnspott 10 18 10 18 S5H 5 35 cotuvr 01' CLAIMS. A man who knows it n',1. . . Addison r) 02 10 23 10 13 Convenes first Alontlay in January, i More loafers than it needs. . . . Holt 10 10 S 9 529 1025 and Tuesday after the fourth Monday A boy who cuts up in church. IS . . Clover port 9 1038 9 57 517 in October. . . . Shops 10 42 5 4 A few meddlesome old women. 922 9 S3 OTIIHIt COUNTY omCKILS. , . . Sltilhunn 10 53 5 "3 942 9i$ A green young man who laughs G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur . 9 30 . 11 05 . . llnwesvllle . . 4 53 9 44 every time he says anything. Springs. 11 13 . . . Petrie 22 4 41 9 52 9 N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. A legion of smart Alecks who tell 18 16 Pit Iron . . S3 4 40 9 9 it ',. II. Shtiltz, School Supt. Hnrt-for- .l. 10 oS 1 28 . . I.ewisport the editor how run his paper. 4 32 9 07 . . Waitnlan . . . . . . 9 iwi 10 15 4 25 Scores of men with the caboose of "35 L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur 10 25 1 45 8 50 . . Power 4 lb their trousers worn ns smooth as springs. 8 37 . . Pates 11 57 . 1038 4 05 Louisville Post. glass. 8 27 . Air. G. R. Campbell, . Owensboio 48 10 Poorhousc 3 55 1207 pm 8 15 . MnttittRly 11 00 12 19 on it 34t The theory in the treatment ol Keeper, Hartford. . . . Griffith 11 05 8 to 12 24 3 39 JUSTICKS' COUItTS. "But I didn't see you go. I was coughs, lung and bronchial nflections 8 06 . . . Stanley 11 oS 1228 3 36 upstairs when you left, Mr. Bowser. has been advanced by the manulactures FonnsviLLi:. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's . Worthington 12 35 7 59 '5 iio You aro very Ferry, Alarch 21, June '20, of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a . . . Reads 12 43 it 23 323 752 "I am, eh? It's a wonder I don't truly a wonderlul remedy. All deal- September 111, December I.!) . . SpottsWlle 12 51 3 "" 3 7 43 Bufoim). Ben F. Graves March II 3S forget to como home, isn't it? Mrs. ers sell it or. a positive guarantee. . . Uajtlretts 73 3 i 1258 For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., 2G, Juno 2.5, September 2.4, Decem11 55 Henderson . . . . I.v. 7 20 am 2 55 P n 15pm Bowser, if there's another houso in anr Kenlrow Bros., Nar- ber 24. 1 the United States as badly misman- druggist, rows, Ky. IlAUTror.D, A S. Anil Alurch 5, ,, aged as this, I'd like to sco it!" !5, December .'J. "But you can't blamo mo because Jlontbly TaliM cured tie' Dr. MittV Pulii PIUs. June 4, September Woodward RosiNB. C. L. you woro you old hat away!" sho March lo, Juuo 12, September 11, BT OOINO TO THE protested. December 11. "That's it that's it! Shoulder it .Tout B. Cr.OMwKi.i.. Wilson LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS; off on rnc! Tho papers talk about March 7, June 7, September !i, Detho startling number of divorces. It's la Ibe Are. Theater BilUInf, on 4th bet. Green & Wftlflut cember r. a wonder to me thoro aro not fivo Tilts U tli? til ace where job can hare your dental work doie better and for Irsi moatr than la times as manyl" an cttxrt irrjdti&taof Cvrrr oneratorla tbl iiir n vi vrarw r and Children Cry Tor any inner tiiute injfour rKJum or artlQclat tttU,cauibleoffice lawllllnif to riTf to xnynot ! Ice itaaa adf One day Mr. Bowser brought homo irirnc, ;rrniemur un itudent) neraaaecTcrj tiltiltit' to rlthrr natural uraacnoideatutr aspcciaitj. a patent corkscrew which some fakir GROOM YOUR HORSF. WITH Castoria. NOTICE OUR PRtCCO, had sold him, and Jlrs. Bowser saw I!et Mt of teth on robUr, $100, puarantrM to fit and afaUit breakara for fivt year. A BONNER'S written cuarantfe trtven with ever fcM. CnM tllllnr and up; Pare Sllrer fllliuri. 75c: all him drop it into a Louisville Dental Co., A uttirr 'ilaijtlc lillltiL'". 5V. Our crown and brldr work, or teeth wlthoat platee are a firm. HORSE CLEANER. t run if and xrrvlcf alile a your natural teeth, and at price lower than the lwe at. week later, after wandering around We can extract our teeth and put In new one name day. Teeth extracted, 2f., and tho houso for half an hour one evenwltliuut pain. Von can iuabeapiolntmeiiis by mall. All contalailun free. A ladj always In attendance, at No flies, fleas.mosquitos or lice. ing ho halted beforo her nnd said: "I'll be hanged if I don't get some Removes dandtufl, dirt. Leave skin solt and white. chains and padlocks and sco if I can't 100 00 for any case of Mange it will have things where I left them!" In the Avenue Theater Building, 4th 5t., bet. Qreen and Walnut not cure. "What Is it now?" Stops iritatinn, rubbing. Finefor clip"I brought homo n a ped horses, few days ago aud left it on a bracket, Mane and tail cleaner of the world. Bread Is the Staff otUfcT .S"'SS, in the dining-room- . It's gone, of No matting. course probably given away to Keeps hair fine, soft and silky. A hair OBeLISK IN EVERY CAN OF S ,somo big, lazy tramp! It's a wonder grower. UAK1N0 POWDER WILL BE FOUND A No scratches. Mud will not stick. we have a thing left in tho housol" COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE C0UP0N3 Aids in shedding. "A AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD Horse Groomed in less than half the "Yes, a If you never & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY time 4 W.M.St. licard of a I'll .hire some- A WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUtonic: harmles; removes stains. one to writo you a history of it. It Keep hall Irom lading. TIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMEO. SAMPLE was invented to open cans." Ivxpeiue but a trifle. Half gallon TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. pFAIviysReUiHiz, "Why, wo have two or three in. ' cleans horse 120 times. By its use Gold Crowns . . $5 to $7 t mo Kiiciicu. jjo you mean a For sale by L,. n. Stevens, Hartford. Ky. horse has coat like velvet. Also used Potcehiin Crowns 3 to s on cattle and dogs For milk cows it's llest sit ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 "I don't mean windmills or thrash- especially valuable in fly time. WhrpareotoOOo.rodfortnowhan)fOucinmilitho $1 up Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse Clean- Gold fillings ing machines," BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE OH EARTH Silver fiilinir er. 75c "You had it in a pink paper?" Will ship half Ballon on receipt of $1 Hxtmctinir pel tooth Herst.tllih. BulNatrans. Pltrind Chlokn Tltrht. 25c "Yes, ma'am." Patented Painle.s extrnctinjj with Vitnlized 12 FOR anq TO 20 CENTS A ROD? "It was the day tho man fixed tho (Mention this paper) m man Dor on mint) Air TOLF.DO SPECIALTY CO.. 50c furnace?" from 40 to SO rods day. Toledo, Ohio. Kxtrnctitu: Irec when Artificiil 31 ly Over oo trie, as pact) "It was." llluatratad CatalOBU Fraa. Use Bonner's Hoot Dressing and Barn Teeth nre ordered. Office pciinanent "Well, I saw you drop it in that (IrBimaiilal Ftinr Dust, ly lociited and it is a corkscrew and aaatfakattlMiaataata IffouhavaaLawnnothlnKln 3 th world would b a aubstltula for ourflna Ornamtn-t- il not u Feno. Baautltul. Durabla, atrona, and Cheap. Plain tralvanlrad FEHCI WlltE aiold to Caiman at "It is, eh? Perhaps I don't know wholaaila prloas. Clroulara and Prlo Llat Fraa. a hitching post from tho city hall," KIT8ELMAW DROTHERa. Box 02, Rldgovlllo, Indiana. ho growled as ho reached for tho Wrlta '.t a letter covering theso threo points: FinsT. Stall) how lotigyou havo known, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. parcel and unrolled it. It was a Liver Mnllelno." corkscrew. It was made and sold Skcosii. Stato diseases you havo known It to euro nnd glvo the naraea of PREPARATIONS FOR THE for a corkscrew. thoso cured by It, "Didn't I tell you?" queried Mrs. Timtu.Uivo your opinion as to tho diffcrenco between its strength nnd Bowser. nrtloii, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver ltcgulator" made by J. II. Zellln "Tell mo what? Told me it was a iz Co., and tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattauooga Jledlclno Co ; both ol which havo sold to dealers at U or 7 cents per package, net, and should retail at corkscrew, and it's a not over 10 or 13 cents. If consumers nro not Imposed upon, whllo our Original Justus I said It was I" urtlclu cannot bo sold at less than 23 cents per package, as wo havo too much reOt November 3 nre nlrcmly well undor way. A now "It's corkscrew!" gard for human llfo to uso cheap drugs in any of our medicines. Tho reason Is plains Cellln & Co. and tho old proprietors of "Black Draught" woro both enjoined "It's a constituting our trado name ; public, .Tom deceiving And ns long as Mr. Bowser draws, foro, look out thosmno by using tho words you are posted) don't soil you thoro. somo that dealer (not knowing tho breath of llfo ho will stick to it, cucap pacu.igo ni n prom ! nuuorwu porccni., insieait 01 ouriicnttiuo -- ur. iu. j. because ho said so in tho first place. Simmons Liver Medicine," which you bo sure to specify, and tako lo other, as 1H TO BE ELECTED, AND Llko other husbands, Mr. Bowser Is theio Is nothing uluo llko It. On rceolnt nf voiir letter onelosliK? nhotot'ranli. M'o will mall volt Irco of greatly worried over tho wifoty of Ids 4 A A .A. A. n ei.oo paci.ago LivcriMcttlcinn, or on receipt 01 loiiorwiinouipiiuuigrapii, A. A wallet while around tho houso. Ho c!ir.rg mall voit n '.'5 cout packago, free. wo will has nn Idea that Mrs.. Bowser would Sco tho ailments, caused by iiulispobltlona of tho Kldnoys, Liver, Stomach, and H glvo ten years of her lifo to got that ' Bowels, whlfhDr. M, A. .Simmons Liver Med lei no has invariably cured sluco 1H10. IltUITAUILI' DllOWSINKSS. SlCIC IlK.VUACIItS. -- I'ALflTATIOSf OP Till". Ilr.AUT. wallet in her hands for about two r ov Livkh & Si'Lkex. C'hi.w minutes, and that sho lies awake it rt. iNUiuusnoN. SniiiTS. Fekt. Eslaikh:mk.nt Low Ueseiial Lassituue. Dullness. Heaviness. AVill, ns nlwnys, lo f"iniil in tin) lliickc( ot tlio fiulit, lmttlinc viporously good sharo of every night In tho year Tmieu Khsi.i.No. Sorit Stomach. BadTastd in Mouth. Constipated Bow-slilcli will liriiiL' Prosperity lo the Nutlon, fur S nml ltilnerH Priiifiii'i", wondering where ho hid It when ha Sat:r & Una Yellow Biliousness. Loss ok Stuenoth & Flesh. U not onlv leuilinc mK - Pains in Side ft under Shouldei; Blades. EATING.Biieatil RHiiililii'iui NEW YOUK WEEKLY TRIBUNE PioEmiiieiitiy the National Foul went to bed. Ho makes It a religious ' Co.vtk i Tonoiea TOIIPID (iLIJIMLItlNOIlEKOIIUTIlIiKVES. iii'ttiiiierin lliu cmintry, lint is WK10IIT IN STOMACH AlTEIt duty to conceal It every night and to Ljvei:. FI.E31I Soft & Fiaiidv- .- Acute Chuonio Malauia. Bile comino Enmity NfW8iHier. count over his funds tho first thing vi' in Mouth. Neiivous Heahacues, Memouit Clouded & Indistinct. Wind lu ciiii):il.'ii iipV' nml ili"riiion will iiiloreft cvury Aniericnn oltlzen. In tho morning. Constipation I'koducino it. Kidney Diseases. Ono morning, Colic. Files, jiv Cuiiino All tlii new'o! ilu il;y. Fori'Iirn CurrpsiiomlencH, Apriciillurnl'Doiart-1111111- I, Blood in Head. Numhness of Hands, Aiuia & Feet. Belch- Fullness of Htrango as it may seem, ho left tho nml u. Miirkot RoportH, Fml'iiiu I'litlt'i, with elalioralti !no up (Jas. Bloatino of Stomach afteu Food is Taken. ImtEouLAii Appe- houso without taking his wnllot, ol iit'iiH nl lioiiH'liolil intoret. make tip nn IIbI FhiiiUv Papnr. TiTi:, llKAimiuitN. Dimness of Vision. Dizziness upon Suddenly Grtcino which ho had hidden tho night beUp. Suffocatino Sensations. Dispondenoy op 1'iieqnant Women. Nausea W,. Mii.M.TIlE BEPUBLICAN nml NEW YOllIC WEEKLY fore under tho bureau. Ho had boeu BKrotiE ou Afteu Eatino. Veutioo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency of TUFBUNE, li.Mli iiuppri l'KitspiiiATiON. Female Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so Common to gono about an hour when thero wiis Flatulency. Loss op Appetite. Fains & Aches in Joints. a great clatter on tho front steps, Chilly FeeMxos Down 'run Back. Limus Feel too Heavy. Champ Colic tho door flow ojwn, and ho rushed Thinness. ein D::v ft Haiisil Bilious Fevejis. Paleness. Weakness. 1-!.into tho back parlor and stood be- Dktcs'iatiox of Food. Sudden Flushes ofIIeat. Oeneiial Debility. Fiiet- iiMptA-cL"V"aLKL- O 2S op Tr.ETiiiNO CniLiutEN. Dyspepsia. Neiivous Dkpkession of Tiued fore Mrs. Bowser. fulness rNPI.EASASTDltEAMS. WOMBX Sl'ITTIXO UP OP FOOD AlTEIl EATINO, DlAI!' npler In llu'y. Atlilrfc.' nil Sho was so upsot that sho could l.tKK.VOF(!LUUr.V, II V ItEMOVINO TUB CAUSE, (i.VAWINO SENSATIONS IN SfOM- only faintly gasp: AW1 . l'l FFISE i liAKIC JllNOS UNDEIt THU EYES. TlIAT ItESfLESS "OUT OF "Mr. Bowser, Is mother dead?" f'oiiTS," Kdt sick and Not Whi.l Fkelinh. so Common with "Mother dead!" ho yelled in reply, 1'koim.k. It Builds up Weak & Deuilitated Motueus and Fathkhs & Bale and "what do I know about your motherf KNFKUIM'.I) C'lllI.DItEN, BY rr.UKECTLY IlKOULATINO THE ACTION OF TIIK KIDNEYS, Write your ntittontid addre.ss on a postal card, ueinl it to Geo. W. lies Livr.u, Stomach A Bowels, so that all food taken ,s natuiially assimilated, Mrs. Bowser, 1 vo been robbed!" Room 2. Tribune milMlng. New York City, and sample copy olTIIff 0. T, SIMMONS MEDIOINl! OO.Props,, ST, LOUIS, MO, to you. "No!" NIJW YOHK WHHKIfY TRIHUNK will "And In mv own houso at tliatl a stony ray and glared nt her said: "Perhaps you call to mind a remark I made ns I left tho houso this niornlngl" "About tho weather?" she queried. "Yes, ma'am, nbout tho weathcrl Didn't I say It would probably pour down In pints and quarts and barrels lcforc night? It has done so, nnd I haven't a dry thread on mo!" "Then don t lose n minute In getting into dry clothes." "Never mind tho dry clothes! I shall probably have the pneumonia and die, but that will be what you nro looking fori It might have occurred to some wives, when they saw their dear husband going away without an umbrella, to " "Why, you took your umbrella along!" she Interrupted. "Ncvcrl" "Of course you didl Don't you remember dropping it at the door? You walked right out of the ofllco and left it there" "I did, eh? Why don't you call s Idiot and be done mo a with itl" "You must have dono so, for you surely carried it away with you!" That's exactly what ho did do, and he knew he did, but he squirmed out of it by offering to bet her a million dollars to a cent that tho front door had been left wide open all tho afternoon, and that n hall thief had carried off half the stuff down stairs. One morning there was a smell of gas down cellar, and Mrs. Bowser went down to sec if ho could discover a leak. Ho put on an old hat kept for "poking nround, and when he left tho house he wore it away. It was rustly nnd spotted nnd broken, and It was only when the boys to "shoot that hat" that he tumbled to it. Then he flew back with his eyes hanging out and his faoe of a plum color, and he was no sooner inside the door than ho shouted: "Look at it, Mrs. Bowser look at that infernal old junkshop which you deliberately saw rao wear away on my bead and never said a word about itl" "Did you wear that hat downtown?" "Did II Did II" he shouted, as ho banged it on the floor and jumped In -first-clasdown-townbeg- Ana tclmlllle treat. want (tin It All husbands nro nlwnys rijjlit nnd laf nir fill tlia ti'ftjltnir beat rtrrrt hhialcltnttnclajiecWIIatiiof Djr tlila always consistent, it ml Mr. IJuwscri.s rnunlrr. citniultnnlv fill. HATHAWAY CO . W (Jlilca.... III. All Chrome Dearborn ti.. IHmhI and no exception to tho rule. If things ofmvD nu.1 women, I'rtvftie fakln, mall allnvrrtlie I'Mii trratM by I ror hv jio nil rluht he congratulate himself world for iroiJIoff for HTrapimn iiunk No, No. Imtn women. No.J, Pkln Intranet. Mr No.l i. Ileal or riroft'Mlonal Hint they do. and luys It to his good Calirrh. lff:al euaranteQ aleen If ami Itnaaclal a neceMirr. If things io wrong some- - i jufjment. 171 "I K.'.r!'f.Mn""inlr women one else Is to blame for It, and It Is "ho tn la'SitS llli anr VI j mrm. orr.ri-- T i 0 ilUeaM, more convenient to I.. It on airs. lo their ,r,. von. ,tlM,ae. fml Irntihlea. ..fe. eUnd two 2 How&er than tiny ono else. Not long tal,ti. jia to par poalftuc, In the leading Bpvclal-ta- u cent alain and rhralclana In llila country. ngo Mr. Dowser reached homo in a JDIt. HATHAWAY & CO.. rainstorm. He hud his mind mndo 70 Dearborn St., Chicago, IU. up ns to what ho should say before. he entered the house, nnd as Mrs. Somo time during tno night soino Bowser met him in the hall ho ono got out of bed and stolo my Nr-ToHlH-lf- TREATMENT. IllpaiiflTnbiilc, ltliKttiH Tnlmlca ttiro ninita. Illpttiifl Talittlon! nt tlniKRlntfl. Hlpana Tubules euro illzzlnuan. Onvornnr William O. I'.tnilley. Lieut. Governor V. .1. Wnrtl-- j Ingtdii. I ."" 1j Mccrelnryofhlnte Untried Attorney General W. B. Triylo'r. Auditor Samuel II. Stone. Trrneurpr Gen. W. Lung. (Jniiiiiiissiunrr ot Aetieitltiiri1, Hnr tictilltiro Moore. AI. iiinl What is Stittistic l.ncits Superintendent Public Diivr-on- liihtructiun-Gc- o. . Ulins. O. D, ItlpaiinTalnilcsnsalRl illReHtlon. ItlpniiH Tiibtilrsrurp liail lueatli. HipatiB Talmlea euro lillloiisiii'ss, Hlpaiia TalniloHi one rIvm relief. Hlpana Taliiilnfl cure Indigestion. Itlp.iiiaTnlniles euro torpid liver. Itlli.lliii'l'.ilmli't!: KcnUnratliartli'. Illpnnh Tabules cure eoiigtlpatlnn, lllimiis Tnbtiloa: for four ntomncli, HIpaiiH Tnlmlcn: plvanntit laxative. HIpatiH Talmleti cure liver troubled. HlpaiisTiibiilpciiroilyiiirpM. ItlpaiiH 'I'nbiiloa otiro liiMilnclit'. ltlpatia Taliulcti cum llattilrticn. wallet!" "Impossible! "Was Register Kevnold. Land OIllcc It In your Insurance Bureau V. Cnmiiignrc. Coiiimissiiiiier-- I" o Custorla Is Dr. Sunniel 1'Mclicr't prescription fur Intuitu nntl Children, it contains neither Opium, IMorpliIno nor other Xnrcotlc Mib.stiutcc. It Is harmles mibslltnto for Pnrogorlc, Drops, Soothing Syrups, iiinl Castor Oil. It Is lMensnnt. IN giiiiniiiteo U thirty yi'nrs' nso by millions of MotltetH. Castorlu destroys "Worms ami allays fovcrishncs. Castnrh. prevents vomiting Hour Cunl, cures Diarrhoea ami AVIntl Colic. Citstnrli. relieves teething tronblcN, cures constipation anil flatulency. Castnrla nsslinllates tho food, regulates tho stomach anil bowels, Klvhitf healthy anil natural nleep. Custorla Is tho Children's lutneen tint Mother's Friend. rttlt-!rci- THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T. B. QCINCRV, Drawer ISO, Clilcnitn, Hictr-tm-y of Ihe Htar Accnimr CourANV, for Informalluii rrgatillnK Accident Itiiur. ance. Mention tlilt paper, lit to daliitf vou can aave MtnberiMp fee. Hat paid over fOJO.UXl.OU tor aMCldcntat Injutlca. Do your own Aecnt. HO MEDICAL K.XAM1.VATI0N KKCtllKHI W. " I TABLER'SDII BUGKEYEI P lliil! OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.! e nnd CERTAIN CURG known for IB yoars as tho REMEDY for PILES.) I DEBT A SURE n,l"',,:niU:nilK2wiaVtiaL. Hltl.ll IIV AM. IlllVIJOIT. ., wWivykyf I p M A H H mB k V H aHiBB1 e; 3C4Ttit,nJ if at I1 til hna.inaia JOUR OfriCC 1 - 1 Vt et dut Ual nttnt U rct)rd. JthfXC. Our ( A PMPMitT, "Hwl'Obiifi rltntt," wlltt cott ol itrac In Itit U S. rul lorcia countim' AtMrrM, MQt irte, JaiJwetiniri ut tini rcmoi (rem Vhif.etr'u ifiti trjdtU dftmcr or pnrta.,rrvfth not. te advUe. rtrmb!t 11 rnnif uttf A tnr ( OfPOtlTi; liAntaiff fraa U,. PATCHT Of MCI w Jew Uwi (ua Uvk; ervcrlp-Jtlon- Vxt-- . (ft ol 1 1 ... C.A.SWOW&CO. 0. rVVVVVVVV,VVVVVVVa PATtNT OmCC, WAaHINQTOft, C. 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 , absent-minded- ." TASTELESS BeS 1 Ifil I Ijbak SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY, Pitcher's (Ut.ATI , Ilia., ut. IC, It a. I'arltMwlWinro., ft l..ula,.Mu. Otnllttufti We told l.at roar, tin tUlea ot TAMTi:t.Ka rauivu-to:iw m bttt In tlliitr i UiUMtit ILrm vru.a alreJi' tUlt)r-rpentnev of II yuart. In Ilia diuk' bnln..a. htta ctver autil att artirla thai ct,H rurXl iittl rvrafl atUa Vuurttrulir, Xtcllou u jour Tuulc. AiivLv.i'Atin ACo. l;or rale by Williantk iS: Hell. WARRANTED. PRICliKOcto. ISJUSTASCOODFORADULTU. wall-pocke- t. ETATFOLKSi KEDUCCD tj aa Cr E iurtilti LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS; Urln.7ttiJf,a.n('f Kot1rrfr4:U(rtlrt4-nUinfntiiLuilitrM- LrraUiiieiil hv a harm v (IaIiLIdmu. IA Nuttarvimi.Mrlukii'-im pn.Tf ifiiTit lit Aitti inJ iruunri r iuiliitL fcclrij liliiiuiJ..rwL ItxHuiuUt cumo. lfn fiwrlruce, iirj. AV it VjjI U5 LJ jt 'ar f-- ClB ffinflilrullallr. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL can-open- UK. 3lSlUUK.IrullrM4.;,In rr parilcuUri ,l.trru. itainp. luaaUII. BAU-ARD'- Why not be your own'Middli-man- ? 1'ags Cataloguo and Dnjrtra Oulda prorcs that its pobslblo. Welgha SHpoundi. lt.OOOIItUHtnitlona, dcscrlboa 700 andtcllatliauno-profltirlrofover40Cl- r. r, 1 1 ut Our Ills ray but ono profit between mabor and that a amalt Just ono. kod ' OWENSBOEO, KY. for lBccnta; ttmt'a not for tho book, bu to pay part of the postnKo or oxproaaaxt, nnd kocp off Idlers. You can't gut It toe quick, Brtlclrn.overyttilniryouuko. WuaeodU FENCE! iKmr MONTdOAlERY WARD & CO., The.More ol All the I'topta Chicago. III'llO Michigan Ave., , li&jAg&JWl ' wall-pocke- t, cZS2 $1.00 FOE TOUE PHOTOGKRAPH. m CINCINNATI THE QUICKEST LINE Slrn-moi- Direct Connectlona Tor AND THE EAST. GREAT BARTLE Direct Connectlona (or all Polnta In Mississippi, Texas, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, FAST TIMB LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPER Slew1-i.ussses- s. I r. wi! ain ' f f Write for Information to the nearest ucentol the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwell, rn K. R. JOHN ECHOLS, Gni'l Mangr. LOUISVILLE. S.O, HATCH, Cen'l rata. Agt. KY. j J. R. PiRTLE ,Vs va-ilt- 'ty ' . ONE;YEAR 1'. llll HIP1 I e DENTIST HARTFORD, KUNTUCKY. Oveii-woiike- d , DE3C,rtl03r3L, ECr. to do nnv nml nil of Dental Operations, Prices .most Olllce over Williams St reasonable. Ih tirciinred Hell's Druir Store. Vitnlized air or laughing air d mitiUtureil for painleu oxtractiott 0 lettli