You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896060501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. :ww. THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Wrlle lo T. fl. Qcmcrv, Drawer IV), Clilcnco, Beere- tury of Hie Btar AccinrNT CoMrANV, for Information tcRnrillnK Accident Iniur-mic- e. Mention till paper. Jly so dolwr ou can Mve pnld over $0UO,O0l) 00 lot mcmbemhlp fee. lias ccldcntal Injuries. Do your own Agent. HO MltDlCAI, UXAMINATIOM REQUIRE A ffib. WM The Hae teoed E EPUBIICAN. Bifli KregulatorJ OFFICIAL ORQAK OF THE PARTY ill THE FOURTH C01M5SIQM 8MRICT, VOL. Vlll. HA11TFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1896. Tim The l'ickler penMnn bill, passed by the House, will not fail to receive the approval of tin- - cnuntiy. Its general purpose is to undo as far as possible NO. 45. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST I'lrldrr IVii-Ii- lull, Highest of all in Leavening Power. SPRING MEDICINE Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It Now is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brines on Alalarla, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the constitution and Don't forget the word vreck health. REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes it from all other And, besides this, SIMMON remedies. LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood Try It and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RED Z the difference. on every package. You wont find it on any other medicine, and there Is no other like SIMMONS LIVER Klngof Liver Remedies. Be sure you get It. J. II. Zellln & Co.. I'lillailclplila. l'r-Liver remedy HEGULATOR-t- he JTor JSJearly h:jllp veuipi I re I HE -- a. OEiNTT-cr"tM mH Hu) Hi .V2,-,., i- -i " ItfHEEB&PtfS j iip j?& & X3L&.Tr:E3 Q XXZSXj-D- D THBLBAX) .. H H mJ7 mmi B23Q wjeSV yf m m af Kin wma t&s v .nrntrr vvjTfl-.'4Bwvatfp'- ...ii 0 ly . ir.KJA..V'.TrV V;JtM."'grtrti .miw..J f V ft a p pj If)., 0 fl 0 f ' the evil resultsof thcDemo:r.itlc pension policy nnd to rirotect the soldiers ngnlnst further wrongs in the nHjust-me- nt of their claims! under the laws enncted for their benefit. The fact is well known thatthefpresent Administration has persisterfily conducted the pension sjstem In fin unfriendly spirit toward those who fought the battles that saved the Unipn. Insteid of striving to promote the rapid and helpful disttlbution of pension funds to those having just and fair rights in that relation, it has used every expedient to delay middefeat such payments, thus preventing the money from reaching those to whom it be- RddA Powder US55TS3 Baking PURE AB&OJTEE. o t rt ct P V 0 CO loo Per Cent, tlio Hand.sOm.est. WHITE FOR CATALOGUE- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from Turnrnnr ncn pn IIL ULUiU LLitLil JUi) MANUFACTURES, Henderson, Ky, Danger Signals Afar than ttlf tti victims cf ecnurf t i'ivi rfa wo- knirr tleyhju it. Mere Is a list of symptoms by which consumption cw . certainly be detected Cougt, one or two slight eflor's on rlslnc. occurring during the day and frequently during the niiflit. ,. Start brtithti( after exertion. Professing opposition to n financial policy which would bring the greatest evils upon the country, they nevertheless support a candidate for Sen-ntpledged to carry out that policy rather than n Republican known to be pledged to defeat it. liuckner, one of the most prominent Democrats masquerading ns n sound money man, not only recommended this polidy, but tooknn nctive personlonged and who stood in sore need of al interest in defeating the nssistancc. Thousands of names have of a sound money man to the State been propped from the pension rolls Senate, and electing In his stead a in nn arbitrary nndsurreptitious way: of the most pronounced tree silnnd thousands ot applications have rain ver coinage views. As long as Demobeen rejected on frivolous pretexts crats In Kentucky and elsewhere, preand with offensive insinuations of disfer to crucify their opinions for the honesty on the part of the applibenefit of those who organize the cants. nud dictate the action of the It is the principal object of the pafty, just so long will they be nt the Pickler bill to put a stop to this sysmercy ot this element, their counsels tematic betrayal of n gieat nnd sacred unheeded and their party worthy the trust. The interests of the soldeirs receives. Louisville contempt it n .sentiment of National represent Commercial. gratltudeand generosity which should A Vntiinlilo prexcrlplloii. not be hindered in its appointed and Xditor Morrison of 'Worthington, practical operation by political and animosity. It is the desire I4., "Sun," writes: "You havca vtlttble prescrsption in Electric Biof the people that disabled nnd detter, and I can cheerfully recommend pendent veterans shall have reasonable succor, and that the process of ob- it for Constipation and Sich Headache, taining the money appropriated for and as .1 general system tonic it has this purpose shall be made ns casyand no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, expedious as possible, consistent 2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, with the mcessityof guarding against wa all run down, could noc cat nor dijest food, had a backache which mistake and deception. The Pickler bill is not intended to never left her nnd felt tired nnd weary dispense with nny proper precaution but six bottles of Electric Bitters reiu the investigation of claims or the stored her health and renewed her interpietation oi the laws, but only to strength. Price 50 cents and $t 00. remove obstructions in the form of Get a Bottle nt Williams & Bell's abuses of nuthority toseive to cheat Drug Store. nt pte-jud- icc of Christ nnd Him crucified. On the other hand it in truth hilly said that the Rev. Royster is Inborlng in the Masters Vineyard with an unselfish ulm. The Sunday School nt Washington will observe' the second Sunday In June ns Children's Day. They nre PlivFEUHlUtiAL CARD. anticipating an interesting time on J.N. II. VtVdillllB, that day ns the schools at Alexander, Jiir.N. ulenn, GLENN & WEDDING, Mt. Hermon nnd Bculah are preparing to render programs on that occasion. Hon. C. M. Barnett and faintly, HATITFORD, KY. Hartford, nnd Rev. W. B. Barnett, (Office, over A'nderton'a Bnuiir.) Cnmba, Ohio, spent Sunday with Will practico their profession in ah their sister, Mrs. Wood Tinsley, of the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Hpecial the Washington neighborhood. attention given collections. Also Jaoo. Notary Public for Ohio county. LAWYERS, oraaaaes jit.. Sraltli, now to rum: Itou'l Mop lolinrro. YouitsKi.r winr.K usiN(t IT. A Quitk futii, esptcii'ly nptlceiWe In the a full meal. I evening anJ alter , Chlli'tiit In the evening, followed by Slight fmr. Pinpiiilibn toward morninjand 'I'altjct ami languid in the morninj. Tifltntss of tit (hit. LviscfttUlitj: If hive these symptoms, or any of them, ilo not delay. There are many preparations which claim to be cures, but Dr. H(ltr'rn;lli!i rtisitjy for Consumption lias the highest endorsements, and las stood ihe test of years. It u. ill jrrot consumption it iK earlier Mages, and drive awav the svnvtoiM iMrne.t. It Is manufactured by t1 .' Acker Medicine Co,i6 St , New Vork, and sold and 13 Cha if by all repuuln. druggists. jou I R.I.P.A-N-- S j IAMLIS STOMACH, LIVER AND BOYELS t J Tlio tobacco linhit grows on a man until Ida nervous sycte m is seriously atlcctid, impnring health, comfurt and linpinas. To quit tuddeuly "is too sevete n shock to tho pyetcnt, tie tobacco to nn inveterate user becomes a miiiiulunt that hi system continually is a Bcientifie craves. "Uaco-Cureuro lor the tocaeco hahit, in all its forms, earelnlly conipounilt'd nitertho physi-ciiiu- s toi inula of an eminent Berlin uiio lias ued it in his private 1872, witbout n lailiuo. practice Itisptiri'lv vegetable nml guaranteed perlectly linriubew. You can in-all the minim) you want while taking ." ll will lutlity you when to Hop. Wo givo a written giinraiitce In cmo permanently "any cneo with tliren buscit, or rotund tlio er cent, interest. iiMiiey with 10 "15aco"Curo" is not n substitute, but euro, that cores with-nu- t a tcienlific ilui mil ol will Denver and with no It leaves the sybtem inconvenience. as pure anil tree troin nicoiino asuie dav you look vour first ebow or smoko Cured lly lnco(Juni and gained Thirty pounds. I'toin hundtedsof testimonials, the original ol which aroon tilo and open loiiupcclion, the following is piesenH o" Jliien-Ciiio- I i h, Clavtin.Ncvaila Co., Ark...Ian. 28,'!)5. pro (he Vft MclN IlII'AMt TAIIIM !uiku Chemical it Mlg Co.. La rlne known for lJICf Hot ltlllnnirf )lrn1itrht,Ciiitlfutlii, lljspitlaiChroitl(i Cnec, Wk Griitlemo:i: For forty ruiibU,lMlin s lluJl unilnlunt lcrl ltjimtftrrt ITchIto ltrrnlli nml nil !! M'uls I tttid tobacco in nil its lortns. nrJcr of tlio Mommb, Liter nml 11oT.il. For twcnty-livi- ) RIpAtu TalmlN ront!n not It In if Injurloiu tt jeais ol that time I llttf utot uMttaroDklltutlon. Arr i uantittd wa n gtent ttilll'ier from geneial derellrt (.ird lkf, rAff, cirtctual. cr nllw. Jmui11 tt orUirril 1'jUr-- W Hay ctnti bility nnd heart disease. For lifteen through nrArcflt ilnil't, or lyi;mll. hamplQ U1, Mctntt A Jitter years tried to quit, but couldn't. I THC RIPANS CHCMICAL CO., 19 bl'ltUCU 8TIIKKT, NFW lOUK CnY. look vai iotm remedies, among others "Tlie Indian Tobacco Antidote.'' Dutiblo Cliloiidcot Gold." nns-QUALITY. JSTINQUANTITV. etc., etc., but initio of them did me the. livisr. InLnt I'onil. Finnllv. however. t I puicliascd a box ol your ''llaco Cuni"unditha!ieiiliie)y cured mo of tbo habit in nit Its t'ormr, and I bavo incica-e- d in weight nnd thirty $ nm relieved frompoundstlio iniiiieryu.s nil aches and prinsof body and mind. I could write n quire of paper upon my Ci V StiMHVa a JT" U changed feelings and conditions. FOR QO YEARS Hnn lud all V.'ORIVI riomodloG Yonrs rcspectlully, l. . JlAiiuuitv. DQTTLt IEUE3Y BUAllfiHTEED .9 Tnstor 0. 1'. ilburcti, Clayton, Ark. rt fco,d by all druggist at $1.00 per btii.n itv Af.r. TMicoGisTU. BT. LnriS. ), uiruiiMin Hur.iiM in.. box; three boxes, (thirty days' written 52 fiO with iron-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of prico. Writo Iflr booklet .and 7KmorIcnn Stoam LaunrJrff proofs, Kurekn Chemical & Mfg. Go., La Croeeo, Wis., and Boston, Ky PltlNC'CTON, 37-- 0 mo. Mats. Docs the finept work of any The in Kentucky. laiuidrv floods work ii nil guaranteed. I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon-e- y for snle nt the Stote of Messrs. nro not torn up, hut aro returnGann, Hurnett & Co's, GrantMmrg, ed in good condition. III. . Laundiy Slnppod on Mon- fromand meeting many commendations different persons of its wonderon Friday. day, rbturnod ful inetits, I thought I would try n bottle. I have been seriously eflected lor 2Syenrs w,tn a rough and pains Ky. Agt. . in my side nud breast that were causHAUTlllltl), ing me n miserable lite. I spent hun .duds of dollars with doctors and for Sirrlnl.llrr. All petsoim who have subscribed medicines, but everything failed until remedy. I tried this wonderlul It t.tr the Con'tmerciHl or tlie Njat V i beats the world and saved my life. I Tribune at tlifs ofllce.and who ate not recommend Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey receiving them, will please rePott to to everybody with weak lungs. It is n great success. J. II. Kosi'.u., U3 at once. Grantsliurg 111. May 20,1895. For hale by Z,VayncGriflln& Uro., R. 15. Sutherland Med, Co : druggist, and Kenlrow Bros., NarGknts: I write this letter because rows, Ky. I believe you have made a discover In n cough, cold, throat and lung remThe Philadelphia Press takes note edy that the people ought to have. I "We deem it worthy of I ol one fact. refer to Dr. Hell's Pine Tnr Honey. have thoroughly tested it nnd know attention that no decent Republican It cures. newspaper, has joined the clamor its wonderful nierita. Any one who ever needHn remedy of ngainst Mojor McKlnley, be should never this .kind without n bottle of Dr. lleU'a l'iuc Tur Honey. Jnmv M PouTnu, . The ?lee manifested by the tariff Glnss and Queensware, reform crowd oyer the attacks made Pnducbah, Ky. Jan, is, 1895. McKlnley by the mugwump l'or sale hy 'A, Wayne Oriflin&llro , upon Kcnfrow Uros , Nar- ciowd In New York tells the whole druggist, and story. rows, Ky, 1 "No-To-llac- ." AND PURIFY THE BLOOD, Sf.U?i M white's mzm WUlSifj S3jpaJlaJ31SKJi.S!VC treat-meat- ad J. Kakl Tayloii, The doors ot the Republican church are now thrown wideopen to all"tariff lor revenue only," "free silver 16 to 1" Democrats who can see theeiror of their way and want to do better in the future. L. B. Wright, of Boonville, whoin 1893 was one of the cditols and publishers of the Boonville Democrat, nnd who in 1893 was elected delegate to the convention that nominated Dick Bland for Congress, wrote a letin the ter April 2, which appealed Boonville Republic' of last week that should be read by eveiy qualified voter in Missouri. Aiuongother things Mr. Wtightsays: "I have learned much and have reasoned from etlect to cause. "1 am not a Democrat I nm convined that the 'taiiff for revenue only' is a snare and delusion. I am not n Democrat because I believe that the success ot those who favor the 'free nnd unlimited coinage of silver nt a ratio of 16 to i, would plunge thfs country into I am not n Democrat financial ruii. because I do not believe in substituting nn interest bearing obligation iif order that the money sharks ol Wall Street may fill their coffers with the money of the people I am not n Democrat to day because 1 do not believe in istting bonds to meet the deficits in current expenditures caused by the abomnible tariff measure. because "I nm a Republican I believe protection to American industries and to American wage earners. I nm a Republican because I believe in a btaple currency in a n incial system where the piper dollar nnd the silver dollar are ns good ns the gold dollar, and where the fifty cent repudiation finds no place. I nut n Republican to day bec.111.se I do not believe in increasing the already heavy buiden borne hy our people by the addition of hundreds of millions ot interest bearing bonds. I because the nm n Republican Republican patty in its thirty years ol power has never yet steered the credit ol the country upon the shoals of destruction but has ever held to a policy of grndual reduction in the public debt nnd n steady increase of financial prosperity. "These nre but few ofthemany important reasons why I am n RepubI might havo rcfened lican to nn old ndage about people changing their minds, but I forbeir. My' position is fully stated and I rest on my arms. h. B. Wriciit. to-dhe-ca- use to-d- ay y Wilson-Gor-mou y y, C'o.nrrlrfl llrmorrnt. out of their rights. It n provides in a general way tor of pension office methods, nnd for the restriction ol official diss cretion in the rejection of claims for frivnlous and insufficient reasons. Such legislation is demanded for the legitimate enforcement ol the will of tho people with regard to the debt which they owe to the men whose valor preserved the Government nnd it is to be hoped, therefore, that the Senate will pass the Pickler bill at nn thesim-plificatio- the soldiers HIMIKIUIUOIC. The recent rains have much Improved vegetation of all kinds nnd has enlivened the spirits of our fanners. The moit ol them nre done plnn-tin- g corn nnd several done setting tobacco. Mrs. A. C. Ellis, of this neighborhood, and Mrs. Combes, from above town will leave nbout the 10th of next month lo visit relatives iu Denver, Col. They will be gone nbout one Mr. J. W.Sanderlur went to Owensboro last week. Mr. W.C. Bennett went to Goshen last week. Mr. A. Godshaw visited his family In Owensboro Sunday week. The ordinance of Baptism was ad ministered to Mrs. Ralph at Barnetts Creek last Sunday week. Homer Hampton's baby, on No Creek has the measles nnd there is a fair chance for a epidemic of the disease In this and adjoining neighborhoods. Mrs. R. L. Paris and Miss Nora Bennett spent Sunday in Buford. The death ot Miss Tesssie Tichenor which occurred Tuesday morning week at ro o'clock is very much regretted in this community. The Beda ball club will meet at Mr. Tim Ralphs meadow on the Owensbo ro and Hartford road next Saturday. Mrs. W. C. Bennett visited the family of R. L. Davis Wednesday week. Mr. John Nirumo has contracted to cover the C. P. Church at this place. Bug. May 26. 4'oiiKrrNNtimit I.cwin, Congressman Jno. W. Lewis who has Recently spent several days in his district voiced the sentiments not on- iii:ia. flTTDBI Y p U IIATtTFOIlD, HY. Will practice hia profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special nttention given t Office- east tide of puHit collections. square. M. L. HEAVRIK. SHELBY TAYLOR. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY. Kttorneys at Law Will practice thier profession in all tbo Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank ot' Hartford. Attorney at Law. Beavek Dam, Ky. Perry Westcrfield, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. H. WEDDING OT. early daie.Globe-Democrat- . month. Sliss Eva Berryman, ofnear Beaver Dam, will make her future home with her uucle, Mr. A. C. Ellis. Miss Berryman is polite, intelligent and quite handsome and we give her a hearty welcome among us. Mr. Wood Ttnsley has returned from Somerset, Ky., where he had gone to attend the SJate Encampment as a delegate from the Hartford G. A. R. Post. Wood Is a genial fellow and his many friendy are glad to know that he had a pleasant trip. Mr. Virge Stevens, a K'nderhookr boy, and Miss Dollie French, ot were quietly married at the home of the bride Sunday May 17th, Rev. Hicks officiating. Immediately after the ceremony they left for the home of the groom, where a bounteous and well prepared dinner awaited them. Their many friends wish them much happiness. Rev, Cain, pastor of the No Creek M. E. Church, recently visited his parents in Campbell county, Ky., and while there visited the county Jail and saw and talked with the murderers ot Pearl .Bryan, Jackson and Walling. Decoration of soldiers graves, on o the 30th of this month will be ob served by the G. A. R. at the Alex-andbttiyintr ground, In this The Mt. Hcrmon singing clftsi, under the leadership of Prof. Janes Ellis are preparing to furnish masic tor that occassion. This fact alone insures the occasion a success. Miss Ernie Anderson one of our most popular yound ladies, isvisiting her uncle, Mr. James L. Anderson, of Owensboro. Some of our young men nre considerably agitated over the fact that they had n dark lantern flashed in their faces one night recently. The report goes that on the Sunday night of the dedication of Victoty Church, Mr. J. W. Stevens, Jr., who had nttended the dedication and who was on his wny home had a dark lantern flashed in his face n little after dark on the hill near Mr. T. C. Stratton's, and a little Inter Mr, Lilburn Newcomb, who was iu Mr. Ed Bennetts yard had a dark lantern flashed iu his fice. Since then nothing has been heard of Bu-fortr neigh-barbooo- d. Till liti'iil 1'iiliftcrit, James, L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discoveiy as nn Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Colds nnd Lung Com-- , plaints, havilg used it in my family for the last five years, to the exclusion of physician's prescriptions' or other preparations." Rev John Burtus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a Minister of the Methodist Hpiscopal Church for So years or moie, and have never lound anything so beneficial, or that gnve me such King's New Ideal Comjh Bottles Free Drug Store. speedy relief ns Dr. Discovery." Try this Remedy now. Trial nt Williams & Bell's I.IHl.lll'Y. Rev. Chandler. Hartford, filled his regular appointment here last Saturday nnd Sunday. The people of this place enjoyed n good rnin Fridny. Mr. Pen Taylor nnd family were the guests c'f his father, Mr. John Taylor last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. V. C. Hcckcr is on the sick ly of his districts but of the entire State, when he said to a Washington reporter. "Kentucky Republicans are aglow with enthusiasm for I never saw sucti enthusl-a- m for any as exists for him, and is by no means confined to the Republicans. He will cany the State by a heavy majority, as I take it for granted he will be the party nominee. My own district believes In McKlnley thoroughly for the people want protection for their woo! and lumber, and a good trix on sugar, which busl-ne- s affords a strong demand for the high grade mules raised in the Blue Grass country. When the Southern planters get a fair price for sugar they are able to pay top figures for Kentucky mules, which have declined in value terribly since the enactment of the Gorman-Wilso- n tariff. .The cry McKinley and prosperity is heaid everywhere, and it makes the Ohio man an invincible candidate." ffflmrc at livi profeseion in all tho courts of Ohio and adininino counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commen H. BARNES Hartford. Ky. w ILL practico his cial Hotel. a. :m:. :bj.tz2ti?. Attorney at Law, 11 HARTFORD. KY. Will practice his profession in all th uuuris ui uuiuuuu uujuiuiugcouuiies Careful attention will be given to al business entrusted to hie care. Col Rnpninlt.v. County Bauk. OffirftiwAi- - fiMn Also Notary Public. 3. list. Misses Ollie Hocker and Maggie Smith, Beaver Dam, were the guests of Miss Ophelia Stevens last Sun- NT. PLKANAM1. lections. Office in Courthouse. We are having a very good Sunday JNO. B. WILSON, School at this place. Bro. Hintnn will preach tbe funeral of Mr. Sam Taylor next Sunday. HARTFORD, KY. Mr. Ben Glass and little daughter, attention given to col of Metcalfe county, nre visiting her SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. sister, Mrs. Mattie Miller, Miss Kate Stewart is still improv- Office North side ot public square. HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in tho Courts ot Ohio nod adjoining conn-tic- s. Special attention given to col- Attorney at Xaw, 0E. 1STJEZJJLm. (Cbnnfy Attorney) AHorney at Law B. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, ing' Mr. W. G. Stewart has returned home from his school. Mrs. Olivia Kendall and Mr. Mark Baize were mariied at her father's home last Thursday night. Bro. Finley officiated. Mr. Birch Monroe who has been very ill of rheumatism is out again. Miss Laura Olfard Is no better at B. H. this writing. p day. Mr. Ernest Mauzyis on the sick Attorney at aw Hartford, Ky. 'Will practice his profession in all the courts ot unlo aim adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Oflico with T. J. Smith & Co., Alarket Street. list. Misses Alice and Mattie Leach who have been visiting in this place returned to their homes near Mt. Pleas-n- ut Inst Sunday. Our Sunday School Is growing In number and interest. Children's day will be observed heic the fourth Sunday In lune. The social at Mr. Jnnies Austin's Inst Saturday night was much enjoyed by nil present. Mrs. Octavo Taylor is on the sick m iDr.. fi. cimaer SPECIALTY: list. Quite n number of people from this place attended the entertainment nt Union Thursday nnd Saturday nights. Mr. Ols Williams Is on the sick Dora Dhank. This testimonial is unsolicited and list. My for the benefit of humanity, Don't let nnyone persuade you to daughter has been subject to severe colds nnd croup nnd often taken with take anything else insteid of Simviolent coughing spells nt night. Dr. mons Liver Regulator. Some mers Bell's Pine Tnr Honey Is the only chants will try to do this but not for preparation I have foil n 11 that will relitlieve her. I think it is ns necessary your good. They do it to make n house-hol- d ns n lile preserver tle more profit on something which iu the Res'y, on a steamboat. Is of nu Inferior quality, though you B. L. Jkssri,, Jan. 18,1895, must pay just ns much for Ihe bad as W. Bridge St., Louisville, Ky. 202 for the good. Be sure to tike Sims sale by 'A. Wayne Grluln&Bro., For nnd Renlrow Bros., Nar- mods Liver Regulator nnd nothing diuggist, rows, Ky. else. Look for the Red 7. on every Monthly the matter. Plna cured w Dr. Mltc' I'ain PIIU. package. The number of '.'Presidential buttons" that nreof no use,because"they have no eyes," was never greater. - m . Pitoher's Costorla, Children Cry for 111 l II. Ilrlixlll Democrats Sound money Kentucky nre evidently not In control of their party In this State nnd nre not likely to be, The reason is that they have neither the courage, confidence nor of men of conviction, consistency 'I IK! Messrs. J. F. T. Ward and Jasper Pattou delivered n load of tobacco to Owensboro last week, The many friends here and at Mt. Ilermou, of Rev, Royster, the Evan-gill- st, are considerably agitated over the report that he had been refused the use ot the pulpit of the Hartford Metltodist Church by our Rev. Chandler, the pastor in charge. How a man claiming to be called of God can religiously refuse the use of his puis pit to a brother Methodist preacher Is President Harrison redeemed n little furthur down the line of of bonds, while President Christianity than we have been, Those who have heard Rev, Chandler's Clveland has issued $262, 000,000. sermons say they smack more of flEUHALOIA quarterly dues nnd fried chicken than Vitui. "Ono centcured by Ir, MIW IUui uiliwo.' Atnllcrusiilil. Sam Small has this to say on newspaper sensations: "I have been a newspaper man twelve years, and if I wanted to get right square judgement I'd rather go into a newspaper office than a court of justice. No man whose life is true, pure and just is afraid ol all the newspaper presses In America. They are the best detective They force In the country have punctured more shams, and so far as I am concerned I say take the bridles off and let 'em go. The only ones that will he hurt will be the shams and frauds. And 11 you think the newspapers piint too much of a sensational kind, don't you rend it, and they will quit printing It. The papers need to be reformed, but the people have got to reform first. Newspapers are printed for money nnd to suit their patrons. If you don't think they arc run on a high moral platform like Mr, Barnum's circus, why, just reform yourselves and the paper will follow suit. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. Office 4i6Upp. First st, Attorney at Law, HlIRTI'ORD, J. B. VIOKERS, Ky., Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Oflico on Market Street, over L. B. Stevens' grocery. HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all tho Courts ot Ohio Special atand udjoiniug counties. Office tention given to collections. with County Attorney. Attorney at Iaw, ARMISTEAD JONES, Wanted-- An iii Protwl your Ideut thtr mar ti ifviit. n.uvuiuunn writ WMhlnttou, V. u , fur ui riii.i aima. thtlr tl.8U) prlM MM iuji,1U1 v( two tail buuum liTml0U4 wulnl. Idea Who eta thtak uuatf w iwwair $296,-000,0- RitruiiLiqANs of the lth Congressional District would do us a great favor if they would send in tho nevra rom each couuty. r" 41 - i ' 61 Monday's Comltr-Journa- l gises up the ghost and has the following to say NAM A. AMr.HNO.V.. .....Alitor. regarding Saturday's Conventions: "Saturday's work, for one thing, Subscription, SI." 25 por yoar. makes Kentucky Republican for years. " Before Saturday IJradleyism was dead. I'rioay, Junk 5, 1896. But Saturday made it possible lor any Republlcay to carry Kentucky over RatoB and Torms. any party which binds itself to the Subscriptions $1.25 pet annum in corpse of Irte silverism.' , Hartford Republican i week marks a great era in the Democratic party. The bosses uf the party are in session at Lexington and matter 10c per line. from the reports received from there Obituary notices 5c per line, and up to yesterday evening they are mustinvaribly be paid (or in advance, The free unless party ordering publication is having a high old time silver element is very much in the responsible therefor. Job Work oiall kinds promptly and lead aud the sound money men canneatly executed. not be heard on any occasion. With Broueton, Goebel, Blackburn & Co, Republican Ticket. in the lead the Democratic party finds itself in the middle of a very bad fix. ELECTION NOV. 3.1890. The report of the Committee on Resolutions will favor Blackburn for For Congress, President and Ellis, Rbea, Hardin & Hon. Jno. W. Lewis. o rnmprninlae. 4 Co., for Delegates at Large to the The silver leaders grow afraid ol Altogether it National Convention. Tug country has been killed by their horses. is a howling mob that has possesion free trade. and now the Democrats They now insist that Mr. Carlisle of Lexington this week. propose to bury it with free silver. shall not be censured. But as they are right Mr. Carlisle It becomes more certain every day Kentucky Democrats celebrated is everlastingly wrong and deserves the free silver advocates will have Decoration Day by pulling wool. that their censure. Patriotism, .patriotism, where art a majority of the Delegates at the Some lew silver men are even Chicago Convention and will make thou? afraid to whisper "16 to 1" and protheir platform accordingly, but when pose to restore silver to the position Rev. Mautin D. Hardin son of it comes to the nomination of a canit occupied prior to 18;,. P. Wat Hardin, and Miss Julia Stev didate for President and Vice PresiPrior to 1873 the mint value of silenson, daughter of Vice President J dent they will be confronted with the ver was less than its commercial value. two.thirds rule, which ii one of the To restore it to that position we must Stevenson, were married in Washing long cherished traditions of the Demton Wednesday evening. make the ratio for freecoinage almost ocratic party, Therein lies the only 32 to 1. The Republican Convention will hope of the sound money men. They Now, if the Blackbumites free coinundoubtedly declare for sound money can, if they muster more than rd age at the ratio existing prior to TS73, and against the free coinage of silver of the Delegates, force the free they should say so. To say they and will declare for Protection to silver men to nominate a sound money wish silver restored to the position it American industries and the Atneri-ca- n roan, or prevent any nomination. occupied prior to iS;3 meansacliange people. This course is being urged by some ot of ratio. The Blackbumites have not lacked Cleveland might have strength- the sound money orgaus in preferduring the past twelve Both sides will fight courage ence to bolting. ened his veto of the River and months to say what they wanted, but by stating the notorious fact to a finish and neither has any incliin the face of victory, they fear a that Democratic rule had reduced the nation to give in to the other, so Recrushing defeat in Novenber,and their poiut where nothing publicans are watching them fight. revenue to a courage is oozing out of their finger was left for public improvement. A U001I Mnil'n 4iorluiill)r, tips. When Hon. John W. Yerkes arises This talk about a compromise at time honored custom of inThe in the Republican convention at St. structing all other good Democrats of Louis to nominate Gov. W. O. Brad- Lexington is nonsense. Sound money men ask nothing, expect nothing Ohio county to attend the State Conley for President he can catch the ear and will accept nothing. vention was dispensed with last Satur- and heart of the convention by comlust as relentlessly as Blackburn day and only a selected few were ing out boldly and eloquently for the and followers have fought the Demodried resThe cut and chosen. sound money platform on which Brad- cratic administration. Democrats still olutions caused a disturbance. ley was elected Governor ofKentucky. loyal to their faith intend to fight Mr. Yerkes is one of the most attracThe long, continued rains have tive speakers in the country, and he Blackburn under whatever disguise placed the farmers in a bad condition will have the opportunity of his life he may assume. They have drawn the sword and with their crops. Large tracks of at St. Louis. The fortunes of the ReLouisthrown away the scabbard. land have been bo wet they could not publican party depend on what is ville Post. he planted and on other tracks the done there, and a speech from KenJIXJO. crops have become yellow. A short tucky standing up with such eloLittle Marvin, son of J. T. Brown, crop would increase the price, but the quence as Mr. Yerkes has at his commet with another sad accident Monbenefits would not be evenly distribu- mand for a plain, explicit and uneday by falling Irom a mulberry tree, ted. There is considerable of last quivocal declaration of the party's de- breaking his right arm and crushing year's on hand crop and votion to sound money and its pur- the bone in a dreadful manner. He this would bring an increased price, pose to maintain it will do the party has had his left arm broken and one but farmers who have not been able great good, enthuse the convention eye put out heretofore. to hold their crops would be the loser. and give the man who makes the Tom MidkifT, of Daviess county, speech a national reputation. Louispassed through our burg yesterdayon No man in the halls of the present ville Commercial. his way to his lather's, Mr. Buck Congress has had more success in Tim houiiil Minify l'.irly. MidkifT, of Sulphur springs. working for his constituents than has The Commercial believes, as Major Miss Ida Gray, of near Owensboro, the Hon. John W. Lewis, who reprei McKinley said in 1890, that a bill for is visiting Mrs. Annie Grigsby at this 8enta the 4th Congressional District. the free and unlimited coinage of silwriting. Mr. Lewis is always at his post ot du- ver in this country would be ruinous, B. L. Hohiraer went to the decoraty, ready and willing to serve his peoand bring on us disasters greater than tion Saturday. ple, and the people have recognized we have ever experienced in our busA. A. Carter, I. A. Duke and I N. the fact and will return him to Con- iness history. Duke have returned from Narrows Consequently The Commercial de- hauling off tobacco. gress this fall by a larger majority Rome Allen went to DeaneGeld than in 189-1- . Republicans must be- sires and expects that the St. Louis gin to organize throughout the dis- Convention will adopt a platform in Monday. So much rain makes rest for the trict and be ready for the coming which it is cxplicity set forth that the Republican natty is opposed to Plow Boy. fight. the free and unlimited coinage of silWanlher Vnicnrlrs. ver. SNEAKED OOT. The month of May, 1896, will be Four-fifth- s of the Republican deleThese are the words used by the gates to St. Louis are pledged to vote remembered lor its weather vagaries Giimer- - Journal to characterize the ac against free silver and for the gold and remarkable atmospheric disturtion of the Republicans in the Senate bances. Southern California had a would regarding the investigation of the standard. The Commercial hot wave last week, prefer bimetallism, if it is possible, bom1 issue. mercury at Los Angeles going up between n silver standard, which the It is rather difficult for people, oth but in the shade. A few days bemen are trying to force to 109 the a snow storm of ten days' durapeople, to er than the Oourter-Jouri- er on us, and a gold standard, it prefers fore see how and where the Republicans tion came to an end in one ot the a gold standard. have "sneaked out of any responsi The history of theRepublican party towns of Montana. buity they should assume in that commits it to sound money. The reIlecornllnii Itiijr. matter. sult ot Democratic conventions shows A large crowd gathered at the AlexIs not the bond issue wholly a that Republicans can gain nothing by ander Cemetery last Saturday to parDemocratic aU'air? Were not the pjndering to the r craze. ticipate in Decoration exercises. The Senators most active in asking an in The Democratic party has gone over place is a beautiful one, being situavestigation, all prominent Democrats? to the Populists on that issue, and ted upon a small hill. The Mt. n Is not the majority of the committtee can outbid the Republicans for the singing class, led by Prot. J. II, r vote. History and policy Kills was on hand find furnished appointed to make the investigation, combine to compel the Republicans composed of Domocrntd, and promisweet music for the occasion. Rev. nent Democrats at that? Certainly to adopt at St. Louis a platform which Jo A. Bennett opened the exercises so. Theio aro facts well known to shall declare in the plainest terms with piayer. Mr. C II. Hills' ileliv all who ure conversant with public against the free coinage of silver, and ered the address of welcome in a true in favor of the maintenance ot the patriotic manner. Mr. Ellis address affairs. Why then should Republic, gold standard. has been complimented by all who ana conduct this investigation? They The Commercial believes that the had a right to demand this investiga- maintenance of the protective policy heard him. Response was made by the Post Commander, J, C, Chambertion, but it is eminently fitting that is essential to our prosperity, but it lain. the party responsible for the bond is- believes also that we can prosper bet After singing by the choir the sue, should investigate the same. ter under sound money and free trade graves were decorated with beautilul Senators Vest, Walthall and Har- than under free silver and protection. flowers, after whichdinnerwas spiead ris who are members of this commitOur ideal policy is sound money lor the vast crowd. After dinner tee aro prominent Democrats. and protection, and that is what the there were several good speeches, and They surely would not make a re- St. Louis convention will declare for, a general rally nmougtheold soldiers, Commercial. port concerning tho matter that would and after spending a pleasant day at . . injure the party. But as they are Alexandar the crowd dispersed. Health and happiness are relative conservative and honest men they conditions; at any rate, there can be With but llitle care and no trouble, will see that the facts are reported little happiness without health. To and the facts are all the people want. give the body Its full measure of the beard and mustache can be kept a uniform brown or black color by The objection of the 0)uricr-Jourim- l strength and energy, the blond should using Buckingham's Dye for the to the action of the Republicans arises be kept pure and vigorous, by the Whiskers. from the sole reason that it wants to use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. see Republicans getmixed up in t'l.t-l)t- e WnlrhrN. Illnirrnrril llMiiocriicy, aflairs. Having refused to do The little watch that the "Nothing in the world Is further 10 the Cotttitr thinks Republicans are from Democracy than Populism," woman wears this spring is solely shirking responsibility. This little complacently observes a Democratic for ornament. She does not even at by it, and as wail of the Conner' is all ulup trap. morning newspaper. Indeed What tempt to tell the time Republicans are not so simple as to about the income tax, which is one an ornament it is more costly and be used as a cat's paw for Democrats of the fundamental "principles" of splendid than ever before. The latest to pull their chestnuts out ot the fire. Populism, and which a Democratic Paris mode is, when oiling and monkey-skiOh no! Republicans are not going Congress jubilantly voted to inflict walking, to fit a broad Boston terries or people? How collar round one's Democrats out of the upon the American around helping canlche, and slip a larjre, about free silver coinage, which Is a marron holes In which they find themselves. white-face- d watch into a slot in the Therefore our Democratic brethren sjcred article in the Populist creed, little cat fight and which is supported by every collar, at the back of his neck, Then can proceed with their Republicans Democratic party in every Democratic by hoi ill 114 the dog in leash, a glance over the bond issue. suffices to indicate the will merely set on tho fence and witState in the Union? Tillman, Alts at his collar ness the proceedings. flight ol time. As for the geld, Vest and Bland are all influen- exact dog's mistress, If she can afford it she tial Democratic leaders. Wherein do one of the very new and very they dlfler from the worst demagogues wears expensive phantom watches pinned CUIt J tfHUl All ll UU5. ' Q ol Populism? YUW uouu. vm The Democratic party in the South high on her lift shoulder. This is a and West today is not only in alliance circle of Jewels about as large as a dvance. l,ocal notices 10c per line first in scrtion and 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political This with the Populists; it is Populistlc In it! doctrine, leadership and tendencies. It is for dishonest money. It wants the Income tax. It regards property rights with jealous hatred when the proprty owner resides in It is New York or New Ungland drilling with ominous swiftness toward the gulf of downright anarchy. I'nlens a marked change takes place very soon, the Presidential election of 1900 is likely to sec the intelligent, patriotic and conservative Democrats ol the North and East standing shoulder to shoulder with the Republicans in n common fight for the basic rights of property and citizenship. The respectable elementin the Democracy is already heartily disgusted with the mad antics of the Altgelds and the Tillmans. It witl not remain quiescent much longer if anarchist agitators ot this stripe continue to dominate the Democratic party. Commercial Advertiser. dollar, set in nn invisible rim of gold, The jewels are twelve in number and all of i different color. Two little gold prongs spring out from the rim and hold, exactly in the centre of the circle, a hugh pink pearl. At n short distance the gold prongs arenot seen, and the pearl seems suspended in the open circle by some magic menus. Inside the pearl are all the works, nml on close observation two hair-lik- e gold hands can be seen lcvolvlng along the inside odge of the jeweled circle. A splendid emerald indicates one o'clock: a topaz, two o'clock, a diamond, twelve o'clock; a ruby, six o'clock; and so the shining hours go. Prom "Society l'ads," in Detuor-cst'- s Magazine for June. Of III health, ilocpoiuloncy and tKwlr, gives way to tho unlilno ot liopo, hppliiet and health, upon taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, Ihyiuo It jjlu' renew ed llfo and Unlit) to tho blood, that iiupiiiti aud through gib. tlK'r none sttvu av to tho whole mid oncrgv thU letter! body. Head "Hood'sSar wonderfully, helped mc changed slcknrta to health, gloom to sun shine. No jvn ran describe w tint I auf. fcml. I was deathly sick, had ilck headaches every few daya and thos Urrllilo tired, despondent (ratings, with heart trouble! 10 that 1 could nut go up and Gloom J M JTarnitcirel ffarnitarell X"l i,irltl Wltr y At,"j:r" l v Chrnp nijAVKtt DAM Kciirlnn. low KATKS. one-thi- Har-borBi- ll record-breaki- free-silv- tree-silve- Her-mo- free-silve- Dim-ocrat- ic d Trniililr W lata CnlHrrli. 'I was alllictcd with catarrh in ray head and could not breathe through JIAUAN. Since the rains have set in the far- one ol my nostrils for several years. mers have mostly finished setting to- I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla bacco. Corn is looking well on hill and the catarrh has been cured, and land, but too much water on the low itdoesiot trouble me at all now." land has turned the corn yellow. Josr.iit E. Chaitcix, Cupio, Ky. Mrs. Kate Baughn, of Magan, is Hood's Pills act harmoniously with low with an affliction of the spine. Hood's Sarsapirilla. Mrs. Kate Luelleyn is on the sick ol Ai." "I he list this week. The many star.deious stories afloat Mr.James Daniel Is the happy man about my life and work are too puerile it's a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tucker, ot Buel, to be worthy ot notice. And, it I boomMcLean county, have been visiting mistake not, they will prove a erang to those perpetrating them. their daughter, Mrs. C. B.Johnson, I expected all this, mid nnre this week. too, before entering upon the Prof. J. W. Stogner and M. L Johncampaign, and so am not in the son weie among our visitors this I can least troubled by such things week. answer them nil to the satisfaction of Mr. Johnson Lnnham and family have been visiting in Daviess county any reasonable man, and show up their investigators in nn unenviable this week. 2i:lot. light, but that is not my business at present. I am not going to be drawn Kentucky l're- - Association. Arrangements for the Kentucky ofl with Mile issues, but keep myself Press Convention at Georgetown June steadily at the woik ol getting rid of I am taking 24 and 25 are being made in good our liquor interests style and the Programme Committee notes, however, and my find it expehas made pleasing progress in pro dient later on to call some people to viding a list ot speakers for the ban- account lor their slanderous utterance. quet and alternoon session "for the Ovensboro Baptist. good of the order." Several editors are so busy solving the financial Children Cry for problem that they have been compelled to decline or failed to answer the lliiMtrr Itrrllue-- , request of the Programme CommitThe Democrats of Fayette couu'y tee that they orate for the benefit of their editorial brethren aud the good selected Rev Dr. Boiling, the eminent Methodist minister, as u deleateMo people of Georgetown, says the Louisthe Stntc Convention, but that genville Times, but up to date the following have signified a willingness tleman declined. Writing Irom Dr. Boiling says: to do their part, and later they will "While appreciating the honor of be assigned to speak at the afternoon session or banquet. This is the list being selected as a delegate to the Democratic Convention, which meets up to date: George P. Long, Russellvllle Her here on June 3rd, and lielng in full sympathy with the silver movement, ald, topic to be selected. George S. Lee, Carrollton News, I must decline to serve believing that a minister, shoulJ not enter politics "Law." J. B. Stears, Jessamine Journal, unless he abandon the ministry which I would it do tor any office in "Where Does the good Kdltor go?" W. L Hoixinc. Harry Glovannoli, Danville Advo- the gilt of men-- , cate, "The City Kditor in a Country If )(U will v rite to Kitselman Bios., Towu." Rldgeville, Intl., they will, as you Henry 12 Woolfork, Chairman Ex- may request, teiid large catalogue ecutive Committee, subject to be telling farmers how to make the best chosen. fence 011 earth at the actual cost ot Jo R. Williams, Midway Clipper, the wire, or lull paiticularsand prices topic to be chosen. on the cheapest and most bcnutilu! Charles Dodds, Louisville Times, ornamental la.vn fence mad .suitable "How to Run a Newspaper." for town or city property. M. P. Stanley, Big Sandy News, PlllliiKly "Our Country Correspondents." The Louisville Coininerchl very W. T. Adams, Winchester Sun, fittingly expressed the feeling ot a "Random Remarks." great majority ol the people with reAll these speeches will be limited administration to ten minutes, and some of the speak- ference to the present in the following pertinent words. ers will probably be able to tell what "It is true that we have only ten they know in less time. The ideal of months uiore ol this Democratic adthe committee has been to provide ministration to pull through, anil, if short, crisp papers from the younger we were as fresh a when we started element, aud the plan promises to we mltf lit come out with greatest success. The decision of the in with it, some style left; but we are so dead Executive Committee to take the trip now that we will hardly leel able to Cumberland Island, Ga., has met tired to win a prize in n cake walk niter the with general favor and the convenjourney is ended. tion this year promises to be one of the most enjoyable in years. n Murf anti-liqu- Jubilee celebration at Beaver Dam May 6th, one fare for the round trip from all stations to Beaver Dam, special trains from Hodgensville and Cecilia in the morning, special trains will leave Beaver Bam east and west at 10:30 p. m. to return the passengers. Annual meeting Southern Wholesale Grocers Association, Richmond, Va June '96, $19.60 for round trip, on sale June 23d, good till July 16 to return National Republican Convention St. Louis, June 16th, $3 for the round trip, on sale June 13, 14 aud 15th, good till June 22 to return. Kentucky Educational Association at Newport, Ky., June 1S96, $6.35 round trip, on sale June 22 and 23d, good till June 27th. Will sell to either Cincinnati or Newport at same rates. To Princeton, Ky.,June2o, $1.25 for the ruund trip, good only on special train leaving Beaver Dam about S:25 on June 20th and returning on special train leaving Princeton same day at midnight. Sixth annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans association, Richmond, Va., June 30th, July 2, '96, $15.05 for round trip, good till July 6th to return. North American Saengerbuard, Pittsburg, June '96, $15.05 round trip, on sale June Cth and 7th, good to return till June :3th, '96 II. Merrick, Agt. th, I1, Sunshine down dairy without clasping my hand over uiy heart and renting. In fact, It would almost taka my breath away. I auf-ferso I did not rare to live, yet 1 had much to live for. There Is no pleasure In life If deprived ot health, for life becomes a burden. Hood's Sarsaparilla doe far more than advertised. After taking ono bottle, It Is aufflclent to recommend Itself." Mks. J. K. SMITH, itelolt, Ion a. CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY erage Hood's Sarsaparilla PHI- -' IIP' .ill thatour Fuiuiliiir iioul nun lug better ihsn llic avwhich simply means that Mir l'liinitiirn i nb'.vn tliu average, and that means a good deal too, nowadajs u lit tie quality nt Furniture averages better. In bii)ing Furniture do one or two thing Ik lire ou buy anything, Make up your mind how much vm want lo urd cc what wo can girt you for that amount, or elt-- make up yi ur tuind w lint grade ol Furniture you want and compare our price with tlmt ol otheis. Alwav the lowest oil Mincgradp nf Furniture. St Ann Htreet, lavHni iiii.tud to iS'.l-'JI1,5 12t Owensboro, Ky. 11 ll When it moved .Successor to Martin v. Kmitli, Is the One Trui' lllrxxl l"iirlfler. All ilriiRir1itl.lt. Prepared nnljrli)!' 1 IIii,l.10i..bii,II..Mi. ,! '' ! J af ty Lj Hood's lT ill I t' lllllS-I- . , 111, .mi. Bro Ilinton titled hit appointment here last Sunday, but didn't net to preach the funeral of Sun Taylor on the account of rain; it was postponed until Monday at lo o'clock. Mrs R. L Likens' rhiMrou made a sutpriac biiUiduy dinner May sf.tli Celebrated her filty.ptconil liulhd.iy, iii.uiy anion;; wh'tut was n neighbors aud Iriends. Miss Luna All. ml is no Utter at i'i,,,m.r. $Sfii ,3 h A I I n I ijllk1 if It J gol this Mr. Ben Glass and little daughter, fiom Metcalfe cot nty, have returned home alter a week's visit with his sister, Mrs. Mattie Miller. Messrs Joe nnd Bud Stewart. Beda, visited their lather, W. G. Stewart, If; wmsm last Saturday iiiuht. II. II. Tg S YrnmrjZMFATnv 2f&yMlAS.!&. iZl 7 I 1 'w Reepdreb?nt" CARSON & CO. ft 1.50 '$1L"K) CAN'T Offered for Best Bedroom Suit $ver STOP y$: 11. G0 d- - p Bed, Wash-stan- d and Dresser. NICE BEVEL PLATE GLASS Pitcher's Castorla. ABSOLUTELY UNEOUILL As rcgni'ttS sizo, durability. L Hundreds of similar bargains at tho Lex-ingto- T B. S. WOLF, 112 West Main Street,Owonsboro. $11.50 WOOL. WOOL. $11.50 -- 11 v " 11 This Ii tho tost market ami nurs Is tho best homo to ship to. Wo mko liberal J- - f mi roiiilKiimenti. lkilJcs no hnvo better firlMUc than other houses In baring I incuiriis mj Bujijur. mu kci juii mu lop pneo aim pay irKH MUM UOl lu No trade. inutravcllug aganu. hmp alt your wool ami farm produce dlruct to HERNDON-CflRTE- R 110 Third Street, or 013 to 310 Murrell Court, L0UI8VILLB, IT. tiiims iimujr CO. Bicycles! Bicycles! ! i;r,rl. Wo have cut the prices on our OurTIPTOP Wheels Reduced to 50.00. Victor, Napoleon, " WRITElOR And Special Barnes, Monarchs, Overlands. CATALOGUE Cash Discount, as we will save you money., C'KIIAI.VO. n nmjuuwmwnnmffizm u Miss Pearl Nourse, Central City, is visiting the family of Mr. V. B. Morton. Mr. Shelby Warden, Rockport, visited his sister, Mrs. G, M. Maddox, last week, Miss Annie Tinsley and Mattie Wood are visiting friends and relatives in Louisville this week. Mr Henry Tinsley left for Louis-vill- e Thursday to be gone a week or ten davs. Mr. V, B. Morton went to Evans-vll- le 'Louis, last Sunday. All pain banUhud o'llTTTiioi' Pain Pill rtla lit uoshow Willi Dr. Ill It' I'aln rills. Whan nby wu sick, vre fa e ber Castorla. When ha a CbllJ, alia crlnl for Cutoria. ' When alia twcaai Mlw, tint caag to Cutoria, Wbea aba bad PJUrvu sb garattism Cutoria, h Bicycle Sundries At o to tell lIioIco line ot Nuruerv. Liberal Bulury or C'ominl'don paid lYruiMient iiud raying weekly. to good men. Special inducements to beginnen. Exclusive territory given it detired, Write ut once .'10 4m for terms to w oe . Bottom' 5s Stei-tleir o ANTED SALESMEN ?riee5 . -- llopairing dono on short notice, HAWhH NUK3GRV CO,. ItornmEit, N, V, ZEUiill No. Ill, Main St. Owonsboro, Ky, THE M G COHSET. A Sufferer Cured lift Klw5 We luive just rccpived one case of this celebrated Corset direct from the factory. Also the same goods in summer corsets, which we can furnish you in any size at lowest prices. Also one case of the BROADWAY WOVEN CORSETS Sold every where for 75c; our price long as they last, is 50c. as 2NTE!T7vr Kid Gloves in black, from 75c to STOCK white, tan, brown 1.50 per pair. IF" and Our Millinery Goods. Miss Walsh is doing the Millinery business. Not a week passes without our stock being replenished, so full of the latest things. it isatall times Ribbons and Ladies Underwear. We keep the largest stock of these goods in Ohio County. Ladies gowns, skirts, chemise 50c to $1.00. Also big line ready made waists 50c to $1.00. Come To See Us For bargains in all lines. trade. ZEo-i- x We want your Bring on your wool, eggs, ginseng, feathers, etc. :E:rO:Ereto:rs. Call on Dullineton, the barber. Bros. z Co. 5emple of fashion.- Mr. Jo II. Vickers has returned to Fordsville. Pure crib cider lor sale by V. W. Don't forget the big day at Beaver 22 ini Pirtie, Hartlord, Ky. Dam June the 6th. It new, you will find it in Tin; Mr. J. II. Williams is visiting friends otherwise it never happenin Lagrange this week. ed. You ought to be taking Tin; Remember you can get Tuk it you are not. and Louisville Commercial for f 1.25 per year. Miss Eliza Bray, ot Owensboro, is The Heaver Dam Brass Band is go.' visiting Mrs. J. M. Mattingly. ing to give a farmer jubilee June 6th, Everybody is invited to attend the at Heaver Dam, Ky. jubilee fit Beaver Dam June 6th. i Good Sweet potato slips lor uale. Remember K. L. Bulllngton is the Apply to boss barber and will do your work variety, healthy growth Nelson Bros., old Fair Grounds, Hart- quick and easy. ford, Ky. Wantbd. To borrow $600.00 an 4'4t ' good property. Address "C" care RKI'UM.ican, Hartford, Ky. tt ' Arrangements have been made with 1yt he Business C, O. & S. W. R. R. to carry people Bin But long enough to know that there to Beaver Dam on round trip one tare are some people I am pleasing with June 6th. my goods and prices, because they Messrs. C. P. Keown, J. I'. Sander-fu- r, continue to trade with me'. J. C. Riley and Rev. G. J. Bean attended the Masonic entertainment at Rockport last Saturday. NOT LONG t QUALITY 'And Prices , Are two ot the most important points I to consider in buying anything. make them my specialty (p Groceries. There is nothing shoddy about our program paper. It is the illicit 011 Get our prices belore the market. We aic sure to going elsewhere please you. Call 111 and see samples. MY METHOD OF Doing Business Is to buy the best, sell the best, and recommend the best. It Is this method that has brought to my stole, a permanent, desirable patronage. swe&t Mflencc Is " knowing how." only sacret about Scott 's The When made In science large quantities and by ImBut you can always save money by proving methods, an emulbuying your Groceries oi sion must be more perfect than when made In the old-tiL B STEVENS. way with mortar and Bring your Hams to us pestle a few ounces at a time. Carson & Co. This Is why Scott's Emulsion oil never sepaGet your Ice from Weaterfield & of Ashley, keeps sweet for yeara, rates, to Get your Ice from Weaterfield & and every spoonful Is equal every other spoonful. Ashley. When Jhere are gimesl Yocl e&n-''""" Emulsion Is years of Lay up a Cent, cod-liv- er Loan Stock. is the best. Don't you want sorat Building The Kentucky Citizens ovsr f.t la eth.r etaalsleaj you are Habit to a HDtvta bsnsllt sltksr M r udr 4om. 0t Scett's. I Mrs. Lon Brown, of Owensboro, and Mr, Marion Stateler, of Florida, are visiting friends and relatives lu Hartford. SCOTT'S BMULSION has bs.n indorsed Iw th mftitd'Al nrolMilon fur tw.ntv VMra. (Al "" Jitter- - ThU It bocauia It ll alwaya ttliliMt-t.Vf- .lt Oil tentum IH furnl NerviisuH LeJ-livr-r AA.r.diif. Put up In went and i.m ilitt. Th mull tlio may Im enough to rate your cough or I b.lpyosrUby, I E. W. Baghy, a prominent lawyet Dl'Hil l.vllrra. Letters remaining in the Hartford ofPaducah, Ky., say. that Dr. Bell's e if not called for in 30 days Pine Tar Honey cured his children of whooping cough when all things else will be sent to the Dead Letter office failed. It's a uewremedy lor coughs. Mi.si Maggie Caiter, Owensboro, at Washington, D. C: Guarantee by oil dealers. For sale who h.n bcfii visiting Miss Annie New shod at Carson & Cu'n Miss Allie McKinney, J. W. Better, by 7. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist Fo,jle, returned to her home Wednesand Renlrow Bros., Narrowsf Ky. P. C. PuttorlT, Miss Gertie Austin. Wc want your "iiaug" at Carson & day. Persons calling for above letters Co's. BEAVER DAM. These are things that we never se please say advertised. Res'y, New percal.s and j icknutu at Cur W. H. Griitin, P. M. to buy: ginseng, leathers, hams, sou & Co's. Misses Georgie Gardner Mary B. b.icon, chickens and eggs. Out of weakness comes strength Dent, Leitchfield, have been visiting y and is leacher.s' Carson & Co. when the blood has been purified, enMisses Virgie Hocker and Attye Ausexamination. Mr. F L. Felix has bought the riched and vitali7ed by Hood's tin for the past week. Miss Gardner You can find anything you need at vacant lot from Mr. Shelby Taylor on has returned home. Carson & Co's. the the corner t here Taylor's photo Miss Hallie Skillman, Calhoon, is l'lrnlr l'arty. Ice delivered every 111 jrntng by car sUimIk. A large crowd of young pople went visiting Miss Anna McKenney. WesUrfield & Ashley. Prol. Wm. Foster is now on his out on a picnig last Misses Margaret and Fannie Clark Saturday night. Rev! II. C. Truman, FoidWille. lias way home from Princeton, N.J. He They were gone until about midnight spent Tuesday and Wednesday at is in Nashville, where he will remain and report a pleasant time. been in town this week. The Rockport with Mrs. Nellie Her. a few days. Little Misses Nell Willis, Lizzie young ladies of the crowd bad prepar-e- d We want your chickens, ginseng, a magnificent lunch which was Hunt and Nina Hays, Rochester, are Clias. Rogers is an expert when it feathers and hams. Camson'& Co. comes tn mating ice cream, cream so- nigniy enjoyed by everyone. The visiting Iriendsand relatives in town. n, Mr. J. S Allen, of The school closed at Beaver Dam has da, lemonade, &c. Call on him at following named yountr oeonle wPrP taken up his residence in Hartford, in the crowd: Misses Mabelle Kiml.. Seminary last week. The Summer Griffin's store. Normal will begin in a few days. The ley, Mary Owen, Tasse Brown, Miss Lula Johnson, ol Fordsville, The teachers ot Ohio county have Carter, of Owensboro; Misses boarding pupils have returned to their WoodTinsIey. In January 1864 Anis the guest ot Miss Oma Westerficld already begun to hustle around for a Maggie Gunther.Etta Thomas, Annie homes, but many will return to the drew Barnett received a commission Ohio county has school this fall. Rev. 15. 15. Pate and family to recruit a company and had come Fogle, Maimee Ross, Lillie Thomas, Normal, some of the best teachers in the State. returned to their home at Hardin-Little Miss Gcorgh Dent, Leitch- home for that purpose and while there Lettie Marks, Annie Walsh, Jessie burg. Messrs. Renlrow and Carter, Nar- Allen; Messrs. Clarence Field, James field, is visiting little Miss Marie was killed by Quantrell's gang of A bounteous dinner was A small crowd attended Comity rows, were in town yesterday. Mr. T. Sanderfur, Oscar Bishop, J. K. Austin. Prof. A. C. Burton, Indiana, made served at which all were filled to their Taylor, P. L. Berkshire, E. F. Busk-e- ll. Renlrow is making extensive prepaCourt Monday, the rain kept everyquite an eloquent address to the R. fullness, after which speeches were Chaperoned by Mr.andMrs. Will-iabody at home. rations for a barbecue to be given at Narrows 011 June 37th. He lelt an E.G. and O. II. J. Societies last made by Rev. J. A. Bennett Prof. Fair. Mr. 15. P. Neal has greatly itupiov-et- l Friday evening. Prof. Burton is a Burton, Vine Grove; J. L. Elmore, order with us for a large amount oi the looks of his home by having Most coughs may be cured in a few College friend of Prof. Ray's and is a Wm. Carson, Miss Dora Gibson and printing to advertise the same, his house painted. hours or at any rate in a few days, by man of great Comrade J. M. Rocrers. A count talent. .Mr. Alfred Battle, who has visited the use of Ayer.s Cherry Pectoral. Contractor Crahau is moving along Mr. L. B. Stevens, Hartford, was showed 43 Federal and 2 Confederates in llaitfurd several'trmeswill be mar- With such a prompt and sure remedy in town Wednesday, nicely with the stone work lor the soldiers present. ried 'on the 10th of this month to as this at hand, there is no need of Court House fence. Miss Zana Barnett, Owensboro, is Miss Fannie Clark spent the latter MissUitne .Miner. Both are very prolonging the agony for weeks and part of the week with friends in Daw visiting relatives in this neighborhood. Mis Charlie Sanders, Owcrihboro, popular young people in Nashville months. Keep this remedy in your son. Miss Laura Render, of Hartford, hai been the guest of Mrs. C M. society, bit. Battle's many Hartlord house. Miss Erna Swain, South Carrolton, spent Saturday night and aSundy in Barnett this week. lrivmJa extend congratulations. this neigborhood, the guest ot the The great and wonderful talking is visiting Miss Bessie Hocker. Photographer Taylor will make Work has been moving along well Mr, Chas. Stewart and Dr. Arnold, family of Mrs. Amanda Barnett. machine will be on exhibition at the photographs in Hartford on tlifi 8th on the oil well until oneday this week Leitchfield, spent Sunday in town. W. Court House The phonoand 13th at the low prices. MJine of their tools became fastened Mr. A. D. Taylor and family have graph is one of the wonders of the Clubbing Ilntra. It will take age and all who can, A large number ol people Irom down ncir the bottom. should hear it. been in the country since Sunday. We wijl send Tan RupunucANand Hnttfoid attended the D.'cor.iti.iu at (nem several days to get machinery Admission, Mr. Taylor's father is quite sick. 15c. either of the lollowing named papers here to take the tools out, and then Alexander Cemetery last Saturday. Rev. Logan Martin and wife,Fords-villthey will continue to dig until they visited Mrs. J. N. Martin last for one year for the amount opposite remonnl. Messrs. Shelby, C. L. Field, G B. each name. Look over the list and FitEu oil. trike medical reference week. Likens and B. F. Graves are at I see what you need and give us a call: book to any person afflicted witli any Miss Ella McBeath, Leitchfield, was We luive made arrangements to attending the Democratic conDaily and Sun. Courier-Journspecial, chronic or delicate disease with her class $8.25 last week as usual. take 200 bushels oi corn on subscripvention. " without Sunday " 6 25 peculiar to their sex. Address the Mr. Gordon Young, Rockport, was Do you owe us on tion accounts. y leading physicians and surgeons of in town Saturday. (He said he came Mr. Thos. Marks has rented Mrs. I 75 subscription? Look at the table on Weekly Courier-Journ- al . . . . 1 75 the United States, Dr. Hathaway & up on his wheel. We wonder Taylor's property, recently vacated he if your paper and figure it up. Put Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 25 Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. by Dr. Alexander and will move to did.) corn in your wagon to that amount N. Y. Tribune same soon. 1 25 43"! r. Mr. II. D. Hunt was in Rockport and bring it in. We will pay the N.Y. World 1 65 last week. Miss Ainbie Ford, of Fordsville, ltrlrmU.Mt-Kliilry-. highest market price, Chicago Inter Ocean 1 40 The Post, au independent Deruo-C-Mrs. J.T.Lynn and children, Louiswho has been quite sick at the home Hbme & Farm 1 25 Lat Saturday night the people ot paper, of Cincinnati, defends Mr. ville, who have been boarding here of her brother, Dr. 15. W. Ford, is We would be glad to send you any Beaver Dam witnessed one of the nicKinley against some indiscrete and ' or several months, have returned to improving. of the above named papers. This est euleilainments they have had Louisville where they will reside, uirty llings of newsnaners Mr. Silas Grlflin has closed his for many a day. offer is good for new subscribers and The occasion was regard to the next President's finnn. ' Misses Emma Barnes, Margaret old ones who school at Rleasant Ridge, and has the inusicale by Miss Clark. She was pay one year in advance cial condition in the following edito- - I Clatk ani Viola irtle sPent Tlluis-ria- l: been in town this week. He, left j ably assisted by her sister and the , day night in the country with Miss for his home in Henderson Mcllenry orchestra. for Nale. "The genuine Ananiases are sure I Lula Walker. Attvi:, county. I have ior sale the II. D. Taylor There were a couple of gentlemen in to bob uj) in the heat ol the political Ilnrae llreukluir. residence and about 5 acres oi ground Dr. L. B. Bean has just graiiuted town this week nnd hadion exhibition campaign and give, not even 'auld I am prepared to handle horses.and from the Milwaukee, Wis , Medical nu Indian Mummy, said to have been Clootie his due. Some make a specialty of breaking horses adjacent to same, on reasonable terms of these College, and is at home for a lew taken irom a subteranean cave be43 4t gentlemen are just now that have been spoiled. Prices reas- and easy payments. onable and work guaranteed. days. He has uot decided as yet neath the Sierra Nevada Mountains. ridiculing McKinley's H. P. TAYtOR, Hartford, Ky. confession of Wash Duncan, Hartford. where he will locale. It was quite a curiosity to some of our poverty, as if it were not true. WhatBucklon's Arnica Salvo. Messrs. J. L. Carson & Sons have people. They will be at Beaver Dam ever may be paid against the Major's Till! Brst SAI.VK in the world for Seven Months With Fever. 'robber tarifi,' he has not about completed7 an extensive addition VTaatUrfal Keaaverr ritaalsfa', Salt become a millionaire under its influ-enc- Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Chap-petoCapt Cox's dwelling. The work d Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Mr. Cril Hudson, of the Buioid Mr. f)tru7i rapid an aianrelous recoran For a man to have as few of f rom a mora Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all 2T0 pounds, atailotua to Ms normal weight, has been done quickly and neatly country, took his tobacco crop to wm aurolr thouUsttiMtot th anil building-uwhich speaks well for the carpenters. Oweusuoro oua day last week'aud af- this world's goods as McKiuley has, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures grandest strength-giviniuvuiwuu did, yrvuuiuu. UBUJUli after n long service in Congress, is Piles, or no pay required. It is guarexpenses of haulinjj and Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. to give Mr. Jno. M. Hudson and Miss Me. ter paying presumptive proof of honesty. Mc- anteed refunded.perfect satisfacuion or motcy Price 25 cents per dla Austin, of Beaver Dam.were mar- night's lodgitig, he had five cents Kiuley i not even a moderately rich box. FOR SALE BY Williams & ried in Hartford last Monday by Rev. left, with whicli he bought one bushel mnn. This cannot be said of all the Bell. tf Wilson. Both have many friends ol potatoes. Owensborols a great to- gentlemen who are trying to enter bacco market. throughout the county who offer conSew Jllll. the Presidential race." Messrs. Renfraw & Dea.q ihave gratulations. Dr. W Alexander and family leave about completed their mill at- - Uines IIhh llrliiilvva Here. Prof.C. M.Crow lins just close I a this week fcr South Carrollton where ThursdayOwensboro Messenger says: Mill nnd have begun to put ill 'the very successful school at Fordsville, he will assume the Presidency of West Mr. Estll McIIenrv. of St. TnU. machinery. When .completed they Kentucky College They have been ( l n lettej to his brother, Mr. L. S. will have one of the best milts in and is spending a few days in Hartford this week. He has bteu eugng residents ol Hartford for the past Mcllenry. of this city, writing of the Western Kentucky. It will be a ed to teach the fall school at that fourteen years and stand high in the recent cyclone at St. Louis, sajs that great convenience to the people o estimates ot our people, Hartford when the wind came up he was at his that neighborhood. place this year. will greatly miss them. ciuDtiiningwiiii apartyoi gentlemen. Our subscription 1U contimus to He heard the wind, but paid but litJulio t'olviimii tell from h Treo Mr. Frank Buskill has resigned his tle attention, thinking it would soon increase as the weeks come and go. Prot. Coleman and Vau Dusen, of We are glad to note that fact. Now, position with Taylor & Mcllenry and blow over. Through at the club he High lor and found he just a word to those who are behind will spend a lew weeks with his par- started the homehaving stopped had tog the Frnukfort friends School, went piccars nicking with Saturday afterMiss Lula foot it, on their1 subscription, please come ents at Point Pleasant. on account of the storm, After Walker will take his place. Uiss walking for two miles or more, he noon, and concluded to show their forward and settle, We need it. It prowess at tree climbing, says the J. II. Oaibd. is only a small amount for you, but Walker was stenographer for Taylor reached his home only to find his Capital. They were in the top of a "Gentlemen I wish to eiprwuto you my & Mcllenry before she went to Beav-- et beautiful residence, on Mississippi several hundred to us would make a Krauiuuo lur mu great guuu uiat mjt Dam to teach and gave general sat- avenue, iti ruins nnd his wife and slender sycamore when the limbs AitKfl- irrrviiw uas dona for me. I was big difference. child in the cellar of a neighbor, broke nnd they were thrown to the taken sick with typhoid fever and I laid isfaction, In bed lor seven months. After getting where they had taken refuge from ground, a fall oi thirty feet, Mr. Van orer tbs foyer I was tula, nerrous andI tired, We received an invitation to attend auu aid not regain ray lout atrengtn. triea The following named persons have the storm's fury. His brothers-in-law- , proprietary medicines, and Anally, the closing exercises of Kast Lynn paid Col. Finney Howe and Mr, Ed Dusen landed on his feet and was not severalhaving been reduced In weight loll) after their subscription to Tuk Swltzer, both of whom are now in much hurt. Prot. Coleman tell on pounds, I begau trying your tfirvi'it, audat College, of Buffalo, Ky., whicli ocsince our last issue. W, F, Europe, shared an even worse fate his back, and forntimelt was thought once bogantti Improve. Was finally cn(trclitwos, aim louay 1 caa Bay 1 never 1111 duicurred Tuesday evening, June, 2. Feemster, Palo; Jo B. Roberts, Fords- than his own, their houses being his back was broken. As it is, he is iu au my life, and weigh no pounds. a ins is my normal wemnt, as i uuuure Profs. II, II. Montgomery and J. C. ville; Mrs. T. L. Davls.Watt Stevens, awept away. His description of the seriously hurt, nnd will be csnfiued feet 3K Inches lu height." Pirtle, two Hartford College boys, South Dead, Ind. J. H. DAIBD. Sulphur Springs; J. F. Allen, Olaton; destruction wrought by the winds is to his bed for several days. have been conducting the school. tragic in He adds that Dr. Mills' Nervlno la eold on a posltlv L. T Foster, Thos. Taylor, Hartford; while the the extreme. Uinuau Owensboro inhabitants of Suarauleit that the first bottle will for 16, or Mr. J. C. Hnskinsou, another Hartsell It at II. 4 bottles J, M. Uagsdalf, Manuie, Tenn,; G B, rvcxlut of will Iw ford College boy, graduated their this Slack, Louisville; W. II. Maddox, St. Louis suffered greatly from the Children Cry for ItijtiolJr.sent, prepaid, onOo.,ElkharK prlca Medical lad. Ullcs loss of property, no live were lost pf term with high honors, Rockport, personal injuries sustained Dr. Miles' Nervlno .'.fT&n Pitohor's Accommodation . m, Way Freight Citf, a. 111 Accitmmodntion 1:2911. " Fa.st Mail 7:3,, p ,u HAiaii.v MrkiMCK, At. Saturday .vltiUKfwl pethaps the largest Democratic convention that hns been in Hartford for many days, New laces and embroideries at Cart- and it was the wildest body of men son & Co's. Mr. J. 15. Davidson, oT" Cromwell, that has been in Hartford for many Westeificld & Ashley sell Ice at I has moved to Hartford where he will days. II, D. Ringo waselected chair-mn- n cent per pound. nnd F. L. Felix secretary. AYER'S Air. teside in the future. Ringo came out with his stcrntype Hon. C. M. liaruclt went to Frank-foi- l ftirsnpnrlllu, would Miss Mary Owen and David Owen, speech upon taking the chair. Wednesday, lie wwiii-iprovided I Owensboro, visited Mends and rela- jumped onto Gov. Bradley was allvo and able, with both For a first class Reaper or Mower, tives in town this week. to carry anything. feet nnd lit straddle ol tin-- Republican cad on Field & Holbrook. i:iulit bottle of Field Sl Holbrook hnve the very party with his denunciations of Re Aycr's .Sarsaparllla ciinil nm, Ml We are constantly receiving new best liuggka in the mniket. (live publican methods. He gave Congress that I havo had no return of thu goods. Cahsom & Co. (Hit for the nppioptiiltion by which them a call beloie jou buy. disease for morn than twentv vpnrs. Ohio coimtygets Sij.ooo. He talked The first liottlo seemed to reath the Mr Lee U. Mills will close his Marriage lloense: . M. Hudson to spot and a persistent use of It has considerable time, and then appointsclioul ut Pleasant Rtdge tOMlay. Media Austin, Dyer Davis to Lula perfected tlio cure." 0. C. Davis, ed the following committee on tcsolit-tlonSorrels, It. C. Neal to Utttie Jamison. We pay loo per pound.'or hams and Wmitoina, Wis. vi. : J. E. A. C. Ellis, J. feathers Cakso.v & Co. Business in Hnrtford is good at M. Jnlin-wn- , J. C. Bennett. S. J. Wel-le- r, R. P. Hocker and S. D. Morgan. We are needing tome money now, present. There has been a large lot olwool delivered here, which distribAs soon as the committee reported what ajont that subscription? uted some money through the coun- the storm jet in Thespllt was canoMr. licit Dugati, Owensbor'o, is visTHE ONLY WOEtD'S PAIR try. Our merchants are all thrifty, ed by the following pissage in the iting Mr. Unbt Marks this week. energetic business men and have a resolutions: "Weare unalterably Mii.s Mi ry Small, Owensboro, visto the single gold standard for vast amount of "get up and goa- AYEK'S Pitts Promote Good Dlgeition, ited Miss Utta Thomas this week. long" about them. our currency, and the present unsafe Got a gln-of cream soda with Republicans of Ohio county should and expensive financial system which ui:Att:it ia.m it. Tiiiii'TiitM. criuhed hurts at Griffin's Drug Store. take more interest in their county pa- we maintain at so great n cost " After readitig that part oi the WKST UOUNl). MIsTn.sa Brown, Owensboro, has per. There are a number of Republively discussions followed. Past Mail licans in this county who are not tak-in- g 7: 16 a. been visiting friends in town. was evident from the statt that the Accommodation Tint RnranucAN. We would be It a. in. 11:43 r Dr I. nid Mr. Wood Tins-le- y glad for our friends who are taking free silver men controlled the convenWay Freight 3:35 p 1.1 tion. vcic in Ortensboro tile fust of the the paper to speak to Accommodation . . . . ,ii;iSt 111 their neighbors Delegates were selected to the State Acek. about the matter and send in their New Orleans Limited . . 122 p. m. Convention nnd the body ndjourned Wen Cilaliitn was fined $5,00 Wed- subscription. Every Republican in after adopting the entire resolutions Cincinnati Limited 1:33 1. m. nesday evening lor an assault on his the county should be taking the paas presented, Mrs. Henry Aull nnd children, Ky., nre in town, visiting relatives and friends. Au-bur- n, , s, , "JJvcry Benson, from tlio tlmo was two yearn old, I miTcwd dread-full- I y fivim erysipelas, which kept growing worao until my Jmtil. wero almost useless. Tlio bones Roftened so that thpy would and several of my lingers am now crooked from tins canst--. On my liand I carry largo scars, which, but for New Neckwear ut Carson & Co's. See Field & Holbro-A'new Buggies. s Walter Winkler, ofthjs county, Is reported to have been killed in the St. I,oulsc clone. a 1 FREE SILVER. Tho Dommys'of Ohio County Hnvo n LIvolyTlmo. Awnrded Highest Monora World' Fair. Hartford lias tiecu full of driiuimprs tills week. Mr. Atbuckle, Picntis, was in hnvii Wednesday. W will deliver cream in any quim-litday or night. V. Wavwk Gnifm it lino EMfc; y CREAM Us BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum orany other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. KIMIt.lllllHIK. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie F. Hocker at d little son, ol Sutherland, were visiting relatives in this last Saturday nnd Sunday. They are originally Kinderhook people but Mr. Hocker is now a prosperous farmer in Daviess county. Our youug friend, Fon Rpgers, Cromwell, was amond the multitude that attended Decoration at Alexander last Saturday. Fon was making new acquaintances and renewing old ones. Mr. Rogcrsis a young man of splendid qualities and hns for sometime been identified with the school interest otthecounty. He made a favorable impression. Though the election of county officers is sometimes off, there is a considerable sentiment on this side of the creek in favor of Sam G. Rhoads tor jailor. Nobody is dissatisfied with . John W. Black, but the general expression is for rotation in office. Mr. Rhoads comes Irom the right part of the county for the Republicans to hnve a candidate.. Besides he has worked and iotight when the fight was raging hot. Decoration Day was observed by the Preston Morton Postat Alexander graveyard. Prayer was led by the Posts Chaplain and our young friend Mr. C. H. Ellis dellveredthewelcoma ' address, after which the graves of soldiers were decorated. Thedecoration committee found only four soldiers ot. the war buried here. They ware J. C. Barnett, D. L. Barnstt, Andrew Harnett and John Ford, all members oi Company D. 26th Ky. Infantry. J. C. Barnett and D. L. Barnett were with the regiment in all its engagements and were honorably discharged at the close oi the war, and died at home surrounded by their families. John Ford died at Bowling Green and was brought home by Mr. 61-6- AYER'S Sarsaparilla ". s reso-lutlo- 111 Fo.-te- 1 KAST-HOUN- D. wile. per. the Miss Nan Tanner, Masonville, is giu-a- t of Mrs. 15. P. Thomas this week. Post-offic- To-da- Sarsa-parill- a. H.ti.-tow- Mar-gar- . cut-thro- m ht. e, ton .... Semi-Weekle- Globe-Democr- thrice-a-wee- k ... Jt d e. g p ( run-nin- - Casjorla. I I Hartford Republican Friday, Jckk 5,1896. Ablaze With Erysipelas which so completely jnuzilcs the doctors as Erysipelas They admit that It Is a blood trouble, but like other such diseases, they arc unable to effect a cure. It U not surprising that those who arc afflicted with this distressing disease should suffer such untold agonies. Like a consuming flame, It covers the skin with a fiery, burning redness which is almost unbearable, and only those who have been so afflicted can describe its tortures. Aside from the suffering which Erysipelas causes, there is ahvas great danger attending the disease, unless promptly checked. The inflammation spreads through the tissues of the skin and, when a vital part Is attacked, the result Is disastrous. Often the bones are affected, and become so diseased that they crumble away, leaving the patient an Invalid for life. Here Isucli a case, where the doctors were unable to afford relief, and strongly urged an operation. Miss Ada Wainwrlght Is a most estimable young lady, residing at Alamo, Tciin. After being under the doctor's care constantly for three ) cars and declared incurable, she saw before her only the gloomy life of an invalid. Under date of May 8th, 1896 she writes: "I feel It my duty to Inform you of the great good I have received from your remedy, S. S. S., for I am sure that it saved my life. For three years There is no disease of (ho blood of the fotmer compelled lit to refer to the Broom ns one who In form is nnAppello, with nil the graces of n Chcstctfield, while the bride Is n Iltbc with nil the loveliness of a May morning, when in truth, he Is just nbout as gracelul ns n untie, while she, Is nbout "ns lovely ns a goutd blofsom. The dead Is lauded to the skits, and by the editor sent straight Into kingdom of heaven to enjoy Its Mncclnrra Inrpvpr. when, Ill fact, the deceased fit that time is roasting his shins In n world that, while not fairer, Is a gicat deal hotter than the one For years we have he has just left. been lying like the devil nbout the newly married nnd the lately dead, It did not at one time hurt ns much to do so, but we have come to the conclusion that we want to reform before It Is everlastingly too late. We want to be prepared to die the death of the righteous, but feel that we can't do so unless wc icfortu our hnblt of living Just now we have come to the conclusion that hereafter wc shall In speaking of these occasions deaths simply announce the and marriages names of the contracting parties to the marriage vows, nnd record the name nnd date ol the decendent. That's the way we ieel now, but It Is more than likely thnt before the week closes or before this issue goes to press, that we shall again fall into our own habit. Habit is a hard thing get over, and it may be that the next wedding or the next death we hear of will cause us to ngain draw on our imagination. Madlsonville Hustler. . MEDICAL If ran waot th tort umK sclrntltle twit. lbylhlr4.nrhyUeJrO tpflllllJ6rUil70 ! Ml , roualrr. ar Oil, HATHAWAY DIiuici 111. Iksarbora hi., Oleu, All UHeonlt ernivo and vontn, Prlrak Sun. nieod and Ntr-tollimui. um IrntM hunk No, I otrru n. rmll ill for tue warld By tending for friar-tof.ir .No.I.Bkln a.l fur women, profonfon&l Diseases, Mo. refer Best taurrb. legal of anl fnaaelal a utrutto tirrJi If bwutt. rtutJ, a MeOlsil Reference for men and woiuea 171TS I,' I J lu are arflleteil with aar I -- a.ua a form of --mmmmmmmm JtfHttltar nrltato to their ieK, (Moos IIhmm, femalo troubles, etc. Krnd two tajupa in pay pa.taee, to the Iradlnic Pfxclal-Ul- a an.1 I'brslcfins In Uila country. Gonoral Directory. STATI5 TREATMENT. t4 MBESRMHILtlfMlil HInnTa1iulM, UIvtii Tiiiiulei euro nniisM. Itli.ui Taliiiliw: at ilruHglata. Uip,iti H OI'l'lCIAIS. Governor William O. Urndloy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iiigtnSccrctaryofStntc Charles Finley. Attorney General W. 8. Tnylor. Auditor Siiimh'I H. Stone. Trcnsurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor Statistics Lucas tleulturo nnd Moore. Taliuloa cunt illwiltiwi.s I'.im Tabulr cure lirllflcno. itipa'ix T.tLiillou euro HkIiiIpiico. llli.uiH Tiilmli r ritrf ilyiippVi. lll)ll It'linn Tiiim.rsMitc linil lircath. ItlimtiH TftlmloM - T.llllll IIHftlsl illrtTBllim. 1TT1 j' lliii III. 1K. HATHAWAY . 70 Dearborn - St., Chicago, CO., for Superintendent Public Infants and Children. nut prfeo,ie, Iiietruction-Gc- o. St. DavUon. Mr. Will Skillmnu hits had the sore Hegistcr Lnml Ofllco Wins. O, He has tried many Reynold. eyes for years. doctors and rcmc 'ies, nnd has always Insurnnco Bureau Commissionep-tailed to get relict until wc sold him W. Coniimrore. a tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Adjt.tnnt General 1). It. Collier. Salve, which cured him inside of one Stnto Librarian Mn. Mary Drown week. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Day. sells well and cures. Res'y, 1IA1UJ0AI) COMMI?"tONi:itM. M. Mkyrr & Co , January 15, 1895. Buras, Ky. Jno C. Wood, chairman; .T. P. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has Dcmpsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary done n great deal more for me than Samuel F, Drown. can be told by pen. W,H.Skiu.man'. CON(IKGH?tON'AL. Buras, Ky. Senators Hon. William C. LindFor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, nnd Renliow Bros., say, lion. J. C. S. Dlackhurn. Itcprcfentntivo Fourth District Narrows, Ky. Hon. John W. Lewie. STATU i.i:!ISI,ATUIli:. Senator Hon. A. D. Jntnca. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Damett. MOTHERS, Ho D. Contnt, iiiony Uoalhltiff ByniM, onJ most rcmolld for children nre coniioicJ(uf olum or motplilnc? Yon Know tint opium nmt niorplilne nrc klujicfj lug narcotic polwn f Do You Know Hiparf Tiliiilapurr nnptli'itllon. HIiuiih Tnbiili'tf fur noiir ttoiuarli. IlipsittK TnlitiUn'iili-iinit lnxntlvn. Itlpaim Tiilmlf ruri llvor trotiliks. HIliaiiH TahuleK cut o liitllrtloil. l(iltis Tab ilo.i ciiiv torplil Hut. fit ntlo Idimnti T.iliiilt-ii- nirp lillloimtu'wi. lllpaiisTiliuIra: our nlvrs lollcf. iTABLER'SBMS k 2Jx!2srvsl7wE4TsBc && Ilf V011 ICnow tint in iiigkt coutiltlM JruggUtiaie not pciulttcit tuielluicollc ? 1 ntsmi' r.w, !Ul?ft&SEri W. MSMttLU ti vrtlliout llticllnc tliciu lioliom Ho You If now tint joit ihoaM not irmlt niiy mcJIclne to unless you or jour lij slcbn know of vrlnt It li cointwje.l t Ho Vou TCiiow that C.ittorl-- i Is it jmrcly lis Ingredients Is tm'olialiril with every lwttle( gnn jourclilU m ST. i I iCUnCS NOTHING BUT PILES. lltof I fgetible jircpintlon, nn.l tliat n Is tlic rrrrcrtitloit of Hie famous Dr. Samuel Nlclier. That It has Ikcu In me for neatly thirty years, nmt that more C.utoth Is iiowmM than of nil other remedies for children comulnetl r Io Von ICiiotv Ihtl Ca.loiln yours ns tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. known for ID A SURE and CERTAIN CURE NOI.ll 11V niilZZKZZ-.- that the Patent OfTiec Dervirtmciit of the United States, ami of other countries, hate Issued cxcluslte right to Dr. l'llchcr and tilsns.lgns tnuie the wont " CHHtorla " mid Its fonnula, and that to Imlltle them Is n klitc prison ouense? Ho Vou Know 4Njasirs!'iiJ4-v- j Al.l. llltlMKHHTSl. 1 KZS C3 BI3. MISS ADA WAI.NWKIGUT. slpclas, and though under treatment of the best physicians, I found no relief. One of my limbs was so swollen and inflamed that the doctors found it necessary to keep it lanced, and tlio bone became so diseased that several pieces were discharged through the opening. It is impossible to describe the suffering I had to endure ; sometimes able to hop around on crutches, and again unable to turn myself in bed. I was to reduced in health that I weighed only eighty pounds. "After lingering for three years, having been treated by four doctors, I was finally told that I was incurable, and that I would have to submit to the painful operation of having the bone scraped, or it would be necessary to amputate the limb. This I positively refused to submit to, "A friend recommended S. S. S., knowing of its wonderful reputation as a blood remedy, and when I had finished one bottle I felt an improvement. I grew better as I continued the medicine, and after taking six bottles I was entirely well, my skin was clear and pure, and I have no sign of the terrible disease. I gained in health and strength until I now weigh 130 pounds, and all my relatives and friends arc astonished at the wonderful cure made by S. S. S." The above is bat one of the many wonderful cures being made dally by S.S.S. Experience has shown that the doctors arc absolutely unable to cure diseases of the blood, and of the many blood remedies offered to the public S. S. S. is the only one which cures obstinate and cases. For real blood troubles, S. S. S. has no equal. It wines out completely the most obstinate cat.es of blood diseases, wnicn otner remedies do not seem to touch. S. S. S. gets at the root of the disease, and forces it out permanently, S. S. S. is guaranteed deep-seate- I have snffcrcd agonies with bone ery. Jfntcli n Corpse. NnniPlliliitr When Eli Perkins was asked who the Democrats could nominate, he said: "The Democratic party seems to be a misGtparty. Cleveland made It kill the nionroe doctrine when be tried to sink the Republicof Hawaii and put a black woman on throne. Its platform was tariff for revenue, and now comes a deficit and the debt Is increased SSJS.oob.ooo. The party is dead. It ought to bury Itself, but there Isn't money enough In the Treasury to pay the undertaker. What the Democrats want Is a nice coffin and a respectable hearse, but they'll have to wait for a McKinley tariff to furnish the funds. Where will the Democrats get a candidate? you ask. Why they'll have to rob a Democratic grave yard for a dandldate. No live Democrat will run. Cal Drice, Gorman, Whitney, Olney? I guess not. It will be Ben Butler, Vnllaudighara, or such politically dead men as Vooihees, Vest or Jo. Blackburn, who would undergo the operation under the influence of chloroform. It will take a dead Democrat to match the party. "The fact Is," said Eli, "the Dem ocratic party is in about the predica-- . tuent of the old lady who went into a misfit store to buy a suit of clothes for her husband. "Whatis the size?' asked the clerk. " 'Well, John was about six feet long and three feet wide.' " 'What color do you want?' " 'Sumthin' black jes' plain black will match John.' Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owcus I t.ept will, nnd tint J on may hat e unhroVen lest ? WITH boro. ViVII. tlii'MO ttilnitH are worth V.nolnh. They are facts. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney BONNER'S Owenboro. HORSE CLEANER. . - Iff on oerv TllO filOMlltlllO J. W. Dlack, Jailer -- Hartford. wrnnpor. KlKSinturcof G. B. Likens, Clerk Hnrtlord. No flies, fleas, rnosquitos onlice. D. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Removes dnndtufJ, dirt. Leave skin Hartford. Children Cry for solt and white. G. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fund for any case of Mnnge it will $100.00 Hartford. not cure. Cal. P. Keowu, Shenir Hartford. Stops iritatlon, rubbing. Finefor clipDeputies Samuel Keown Hartford ped horses. Joe Roberts, Fordsvillc; Tlios. It. Mane and tall cleaner of the world. Lomsvillo, St Louis & Texas Hailway Company. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, No matting. West bound trams I?nst hound trains. These triilni run daily Keeps hair fine, soft and silky. A hair Cromwell. No J 1. I I No 14. No. 43 Nn. 42. STATIONS. grower. Court convenes first Monday in S ne, p iu 1 00 p . . Ar. tit 45 n m . . Lv. U. DtH't, Iiuis-villNo scratches. Mud will not stick. March nnd August nnd continues three 630 S oti 0 45 . . . Kentucky Street . . 12 45 S' Aids in shedding. weeks, and third Monday in May ami S 40 1 2 05 . . West Point . . . . 7 20 7 I" Horse Groomed in less than half the November two weeks. . . . Ilmv.uil . . 12 02 7 23 S43 7f'7 time. COUNTY COUNT. 11 52 f 59 . Willof.ii.ile . . . . 7 32 S52 A tonic; harmles; removes stains. John P. Morton, Judge Hnrtlord. 7 38 S 5S . . . KoeU II.1 vimi . , 53 45 Keep hair from lading. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hnrtlord. 11 37 . . . I.tin;; llinui'h . . I) 05 7 45 Kxpense but a trifle. Halt gallon "47 Attorney-Hartfor- d, E. P. Nenl, . . llrnmktilmrt; . . . ,11 2 7 55 9 14 "39 cleans horse 120 times. By its use Court convenes first Monday in d 24 Fkrnit . . . . II ol) S04 horse has coat like velvet. Also used 9 23 each month. S 13 . 6 16 . , . Irvtnctnu .11 00 9 3' on cattle and dogs. For milk cows it's (1 S iS Wcbcler . . tjuAnrEiu.Y convr. 03 I" SI especially valuable in fly time. 9i; , . 8 37 . . l.od luttj; Begins on the third Monday in 10 42 5 Ss 955 Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse CleanS 15 i Sample 10 27 5 4S January, April, July nnd October, 03 er. ; 35 . . . Sti'phmHpott 10 iS S.sS in IS Will ship half gallon on receipt of $1 coi'irr or claims. Addison i 'A 5 31 r 10 Ij 9 02 Convenes first Monday in January, (Mention this paper) Patented Holt 10 s to 10 5 29 9 "5 TOLEDO SPECIALTY CO., and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday Clovripnit . 5 '7 in ? 9 IS Toledo, Ohio. 457 31 iy in October. . . . Shops 5 'I 1042 Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing and Barn 922 93 0Ti1r.11 county omci:n. . SWillimii . 5 " 9 33 1053 Dust. 94a G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur 11 05 . HaueSMlte 4 53 9 30 9 44 Springs. . 1'itiic . . 22 4 4'' 3 9 9 52 N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. I 11 iS I'.ilcon . . 9 4' 9SS Louisville Dental Co., Z. H. Siiultz, School Sunt. HartLcwi.spott '. 11 2S 0 07 10 (iS 4 32 GROOM YOUR HORSK 'jmizjs.l OHIO COUXTV. CIKCITIT COUllT. iltlHoIuti'Iy lmrllllCHH? Ho Vou Know that J5 JCTi;o doses cf CutarU are furnished for J3 ccntH, or oue cent n dose? Ho Vou Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, jcurchllJrcu may was because Caslorla had been rrotcntobe Io aaatt4VVa4 jfitl nct - tfllr M00tTt Fill. 5ounOfrtccisoproiTCU,s. PATtnTOrrictJ J we cm r m Jcm tim Vou Know'thit one of the reasons for (jrai thi this Roternmeut protection Scarrat,AnJ TriJfMnrkt cbttlneJunt! all Tat J Uua thucS ly7.?Cui jlttniil (n a W (ilif Ltott, i it J beipJ We J 1, lira Uinf rr rnf. nth ( critv 5ti n. a' ?. jc UL a cf n t, i ol (Vtrfcari td el iiatentUif un JcJui f. i J A PMfMlcT,V,I,7r!Jt U" lttnl' !ll. tanio in i9 U. be iJ fixcign cuuntnetS i ml A 't i, icnl free. Pitcher's Cnslorla. lVSVVVVVVVVrVVVav' 5 C.A.SNOW&CO. PTtNT OfflCf. OPP. WAtHINQTOM. "! LmJJ r?3 B um ' KW Pill!iVrfl, W SM rj 13 H dj i! wy W J! n I'? vf'ISVSSVw ---v c 111 ! AP . 1 1 ..JI XI SX 'iilJI ..... ... . mUsmae '$$ i&k"r'i2) Z mm vi 8S " raj ditl It TASTELESS B M SCXIZ ford. L. W. Hunt, Springs. Coroner Sulphur Poorhonso 10 15 1025 10 3S 10 4S 11 11 "35 11 , Mi 1 1 Mr. C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. Darrett's Ferry, March 21, June 'JO, September 1!), December 1.9 Dufoki). lien F. Graves March 2G, Juno2o, September 24, December 21. HAimoiti). A S, Aull March 5, June 4, September :i, December 3. Woodward Rosink. C. L. March 13, June 12, September 11, December 11. CnoMwEi.i,. .Tout B. Wilson March 7, June 7, September 5, December 5. " 57 p ni 1207 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 1 45 19 . . WniltllHn Powers . . Paten . Griffith . . . . . . o no ft JO 4 25 4 16 4 5 3 55 f1 M i i L ITIkaQ r S B H iTl . X'i a . . Fordsvillc. J. A. justices' coukts. Dowlinc II 00 05 oS 15 Owcifboro Mnttinglv . . . . 837 S 10 " 23 11 11 3 24 2S 35 43 51 . . . . S27 I5 3 41 3 39 3 30 Stanley Iwlllt.S S06 7 V) 7 WorlliitiRtoii . . . . . " 55 38 5S SpottsviUc Ilasketts . Henderson . ' 74? 3" 2' 3 30 3 2 Olli txiifilht WARRANTED. PTllCZ COcts. l.a.ATIA,lll.t.,.NUT 14,101. PltfK Medicine i., II In. I ir. J4 t.ulelt cf l.rntloludt I3JUSTAGCOO0F0RADULT3. 7 I5!' Lv .1 111 3 I" 3 I" 2 51 p m 1 Ti'ir.. in truiHo HeliiiIIunicf. that . th li uu niTPf XavtlU fcS jrar ivl.i. ..Lrtirilr iKITtki .1111 III!.!. ltiru rf Jr lli . M ) lONIfnrU Into u llm ..srix. trri hwin in l'or .ale by Williams W" tL B .Ij.i k ri'rl sails inn jCik Hell. l 4 W.M.St. SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY. OT OWENSBORO, KY. OOI NO. TO THE " VUHwiniiiMiius .no- f tlplnrrlilntrlaricr ipii c, Xy fSf rr...r,J .ntr Is Ai. III' .urtniL. IJ Iml Ir'i illf? tn4ii-iiui. - .s r ;, .tl Purely Vegetable and is a positive and permanent cure for Erysipelas, Scrofula, Eczema, Tetter, Cancer, Rheumatism, and all traces of bad blood. Our valuable books will be mailed free to any address. Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. When pitronsseek another store What help are salesmen then? One little double column nd Is worth a thousand men! Printer's Ink. 11 Hon lift Kueu iIip 'lown. was in the year 1956 that resident ol Louisville, who died many years befote in the closing days ol the nineteentv century, citue back to earth, and he made his way to the uu ol nis birth, lor it had been granted him as a special favor to vis.it once more in the form of n liittmn Hut when he entered the city he ga.sd nbout him at the tail buildings nsd the wonderful signs of improvement, and he grew afraid lest lie had missed Louisville and wandered into Jeflersonville, or some other strange laud. So he looked about in sore amaze nnd knew not w here lie was was at. Until at last ho sought a policeman whom lie saw standing on the comer. His cosnutne was diflcrent from that he remembered Sam Owens usd to wear, but lie knew lit was a policennn by his autocratic air, his haughty demennor nnd genqr.il nir of ' superiority to mankind. To him he applied for information. But lie wa3 afraid toisk directly il he was in Louisville leht the policemiii alioulil think him a "j ly" and inn him In, So he .spoke thus: Officer, where does our ball cmb stand now?" And the officer undo nniwer: "It Is last by n large majority, but we are going to have ri team next year that will win the pennnt dead sure." Then the resident of old LouUvllle wept tears of groat joy, exclaiming ns he did: "Now I know I am hums " It 1'Obt. Uli'ini Itfliiriii.. We have gotten he.irtily nick and tired ol willing up accounts ol deaths nnd weddings for the columns of this paper, nnd if wo weie n hirrd editor we would raise n kick, demimi r.ilse or throw up the job. . Week aN ter week we write up line alter line nnd column alter column ofhtufT, heralding the inanjMieddlugH or recording the denths of the people. Wc me 11 J, J. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 thing to lay him out In; something to Best set of teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $S Cry match a corpse.' " Gold fillings fi up Silver filling 75c The theory in the treatment ot Extracting, pet tooth 25c coughs, lung and bronchial affections Painless extracting with Vitalized TtOSIXE. advanced by the manufactures has been Air 50c Mr. Carles Childs, Echols, visited of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It Is a Extracting tree when Artificial his parents last Sunday week. truly a wonderlul remedy. All deal- Teeth are ordered. Office permanenters sell it on a positive guarantee. ly located. Miss Felie Davis visited Mrs. Dr. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., Lilcs last week. Nardruggist, and Renfrow Bros., Some of the young people of our Capt. A. B. Stanley, the father of rows, Ky. Dr. Stanley.spentthe firstof the week town attended the closing of Mr. Mr. Thomas' singing school at Vine Hill with his son at the Asylum. Beneflclartee of Cheap Mosey. Every period of the depreciation of Stanley was a Captain in the Union last Sunday week. tho monetary unit has at one) sent army nnd is one of the leading ReAll of the pupils of our school eem prices up, the priccn of the merchant, publicans of Ohio county, a wealty to be getting along nicely and we who pets the, news quickly, before those do not atof tho former, who ffcta tha news more farmer and one of the great stock men wonder why the patrons Hopkinsville Banner. tend our exeicises every morning. elowly, and a lonp tluio before the of the State. '1 hey are very intertaining. Mary. wajjes of the laborer who cannot afford to hold bin labor out of market till be Save your money by putting it into lnurenno for IC (,'etfi iv proportionate J. IMlllll ttiiue Aunlll Ken Fixed incomes remeiln the funic, and tho a Building Loan Co. Try the Jake Kowe, the irrepressible Comof juices inflicts great Buffering tucky Citizens. monwealth's Attorney, of Hartford, on their recipients. Wages remain the Nail in a bartuine for a time and rUe slowly, and druggist tells you he had a scrap with Henry Whenever a In tho meantime tho labomru complin has somethlngjustnsgood forcoughs, ber shop at that place last week in that prlcxs have jfona up so that thoy grip, etc., ns Dr. Bell's PineTnrllons which he had his rosy nose spread all cannot afford to buy enouirh food and ey don't you believe It, for we guar-an- te over his beaming countenance Jake clothing. Tlio funner set two prices that It Is not true. We mnke may be depended upon to find a pcrap, inul jayH two prices for the genuine and authorize nil drugfor all he all lu buys, ami la no better oft than he gists to guarantee it. The K. K. blind tiger or poktr room if one can wra liufoie the chiiugt!. Tlie benefi- Sutherland Co., Paducnh, Ky. possibly be lmd. Third District Recial Ira aic debtors on obligations For nale bvZ. Wayne Griffin &Bro., publican, twforo the change, and tlieao.aro druggist.and Kenfrow Bros. Narrows. not a ery larfre claw many of them Ky. fain lnu noaliow with pa. Mlliw' Vittn Plllf. nwn.l aim iillai. a.im lire albo creditors and loe out of orte IUfM iiaa.i pocket while gaining Into tha other and the njiilutorH, Homo of whom PH0T0G-BAPH- . nuiko a profit in pnnlcn nnd crimes and pciluLsof midden changes of veJueu Writ V. a letter covorlng theso three points: out of the lories of others. N. Y. Joui-ria- l Fiiist. Stato how long you bavo known, or used, or sold "Dr. SI. A. biraof Commerce. raons Liver Mcdiclno." A ht llrand of 1'iUrloU. Second. Stato diseases you have known It to euro and giro tho names or Hon. W. Coin Harvey, of Chlccfo and "tihkd. Ulvo your opinion as to tho dllTcronco between its strength and elsewhere, has formed a now necrct Kcgulntor" luado by J. II. Celliu order which he calls the rutriots 0 action, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver & Co., and tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattanooga Mudiclno Co; both of America, 'ihc particular kind ot patwhich havo sold to dealers at 0 or 7 conU per package, net, and should retail at riotism which tho "Hanoi able Temnot over 10 or 13 cents. It consumers aro not imposed upon, wiuiu um uuum. porary Grand Patriot Harvey" propones artlclo cannot bo sold at less than 25 cents per package as wo havo too much lfc liutrcd of property rlghta, to tuauh for human llfo to uso cheap drugi In any of our medicines. Jho icnson is gieed for tho wealth lioneutly accumuplain; Zcllln & Co. nnd tho old proprietorsof "Black Draught" wcro bothenjoined nanio ; lated by men ot ability and Industry, Jroin deceiving tho public by using tlio words constituting our trado Soil VOU tlieio, ... WlllO !,.,. .,mn ilnnlnr dint knnwlmr vnu nm nostedl don't disregard of the timoblngs of history 1100 or 400 percent., Instead of ourGcnmno "Dr. M. A mid dewrtloii to lliu hdfUh liiicrcstiiof a chea'p packago nt a pi ofit of and tako to other, ai bo suro to specify, few slher bullion owners. Along with Simmons Liver Medicine," which you thoro Is nothing elsollKo it. tlieho grand and glorious principles you fico pi receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo On tlnere will go a ed certlQ-rut- o chsrgo, a $1.00 packngo Liver Medicine, or on receipt of letter without photograph, ot membership lu tho noble army wo will mall you a S!5 cont packago, fico. of hUIo-j- i to one put riots nnd an annual Sco tho oilmciits, caused by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and auMAMiiout for tlio good of thoMvmoftt Bowels, which Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medlclno has Invariably cured tlnco IB 10.KICK HEADACHE. rALriTATlu: or tjib jieai.i. Together with the Secret wunraini.. &LI.LI'- OF LlVEll & fal'LEEX, KNLAItOEMENT COLO FEET. Society of Slher Knlghtttaitd the (lory Tr. INUIOESTIOK. Dcllnuss. Heaviness. .. Ukneiial Lasjituue. iessness. Low SriiHTS. Oiuig of tiohlbiigSiiuasherH theho bogus Constipated how-..Had Tastk patriots should cuuho tlu tynuits of Tiiied Fkelino. Soi'it SroMACii, Hiihii'sskss. m Mouth. Loss or KtuenotH & ILESII. c.vrA. Kvn Yininw .i.a. Wall street to tremble lu their guilty Pains in Side & u.mjek Siiouldeii IIlades. Foul Uiieatil Hhoe. (heat Is the power ot humbug L'OATE n Tonoue. lOIII'Il) GLIHM EIIINO UEKOUETIIB EVES. WKIOIIT IN SlOMACII AFTEH EATINO. anil giriiter fctill the eluck of tlumen who cluliu tluit tliey are patriots because tliey hhout for acuireiicy hcheuuj or Hands, Aiims & Feet. Uelcii-is- o which uieuiis imtloniil dishonor, Fullness or Blood ik Head. Numbness Food is Taken. IitnEOULAit Appup Gas. Bloatino or Stomach aiteu tlluit 1V IIiivd llnnn for silver. Dimness or Vision, Dizziness upon Suddenly HEAiiTnunif. etite The only biuielallle eoimtiy in tlio Up SurrocATiNO Sensations. Dispondency op I'iieqnant Women. Nausea world, the only country lu which gold llEroitE 011 ArTEit Eatino. VEimao. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency of and slher me lusul In nearly equal Had Colds. Backaches so Common to I'eihpiration. Female Complaints. Appetite. iiliiiMiutri ns full It kiiI tender money, til 1'ains & Aches in Joints. Loss of Motiieiis. Flatulency. our oi 11, r wi.iu.-S- kin Chilly Feelings jjowntiie hack. uuiur eel too heav. Diiy & JIaiwii. Bilious Feveiis. I'aleness. Weakness, Thinnkss. Sudden Detestation of Food. i.'iiiMiiiKV.. Flushes opIIeatGenekal DEniLtTr.liiETOnod Old Granny Mctcalf, 86 years UYHiTi'srA.. WKiivniT.s UEi'itKaiiun ur aiitri' uL'.a nil ''rvvTinwn old. living nl fu8 Monroe utreet, Women. Unpleasant Dukams. Spittino up of Food Aftek Eatino. DiaiiKy , fays that Dr. Bell's Pine IUKKA Or UIIILUIIKN, 111 jitiiuvjnu mis ii.tah i.iu or.niniuu.""'"'""-ACI'UFFINESS & DAUK UlNClS U.VDEIl THE EVES. THAT RESTLESS "OUT OF T.ir Honey is the best grip cure, Well Feeli.no. so Common with cough, lung mid bronchial remedy Soiits,"- Not Sick and Not & Trltiiii.iis up Weak Deiiilitated Motiieiis and Fatheks&I'ALE AND that has been offered to the people i,..ClIIUHtKK, II V rtltlTECTI.y ItKOULATINO TUB ACTIOXOIf THE KlUNEYS, during her lile Guaranteed by, Z FSKEKBLBD Liven, Stomach & Uoweu, bo that all itood takek is jutuuallv assimilated, Wovne Griffin & nro., dtugglst, and 0, F, SIMMONS MEDIOINE OO.Propa,, ST. LOUIS, MO, Bros,, Norrows, Ky, Kenfrow " 'Want a stylish suit?' " 'No, bless yo! no; jest some plain LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS ??. OHiflilHitisiir. 'djMS$ ,n ibe Avc' T,le,,cr Building, oa tli bet. Qreen & Walnnl PATICHTS TREATSD Df WAIL r ruini ,r sttrlrms. with surup, i iimiMlu, " 1 m . QNViil.W 1 . ia.k ifral li.sltli lita (anlnirij U4.i r . rt. u.ln. m. uj4.iwwt. t I. su r. mt i i v. -- i i .i li wusi i. .urvX UJk.UIl. Children for Pitcher's Castorla. and tor ! monty than Till I th'- It where yon can hiTC yon r dentil work Aoa ,.ny liter 01110 111 inc iu(it wurj operator 111 mum ntnc r;raiiiii um . iiib no sttultaU) capable and wllllr to rive Turn any ad t Um pr t xr ft, orto u . r ruenit-olinftii; UifiiuiTj ar ujturalcr artificial tot lb. W makovvtry branuiutdaatUtry a specialty. tttr Jit ULI.liri.ilkr....,.tll it hr riri Over-rPr&f- for yar. A I!stt if written uuirjntrr I'lvcit uhliercry itt. ioA llllliif-- $l 00 and op; Pert MI?r ttlllar, "Vt all nthfr i1all- - tiiliiH', SK Our crown and brMffr wortt, or tr(h wlthwHt iUtr ar at flrm, htrunif and n rivaM lh your natural tectb and at prluM liwir tbatt lb V ittie day. 1 tlh ritracttd, 3fc., and fcan ti'ratt uur ti.th and put In mw vm uu can mabeai'iRiiiitnifiitu by mall. AlU)aaUtluit ttiM. A lady 1 Mithtiut I'aln, i.ay In atltndance.at notice ourr prioes. of treth on rnbbrr.fSOO, cuarantest to fit and agatait brwiliata Faying Stop if Get our Great Catalogue and lluy era (luiilc. We'll send It for is cents In stamps to r"y rart postarjo or cxpressage. The Hooka free. 700 Pages, uooo Illustrations, 40000 descriptions, everything that's used in life; tells you what you ought to pay, whether you buy of us or not. One profit from maker to user. Getit. Originators ol the Mall Order Method 111M16 Michigan Avc , Chicago. lAt. v LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avenue Thcator liullding, it!t St., bet. Qrccn and Walnut - "Bread is the Staff of UfcT BAYcrrcooa Ttinxrow niONTtlOAlBKY WARD & C0., ?23 TJUmsRsUahlz Vox iale by L IN EVERY CAN OF BALLARD'S OBELISK BAKINO POWDER WILL DE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A DEAU-TIFU- L PICTURE TO DE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO DE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. 11. VwawsftflsFS THE ninr.krpcjT --' my LINE ifTurrrN Sttvent., Hartford, Ky. WhypayeotoOOc. a rod lor fence when you oinmikathu BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE ON EARTH Horee-lllaBullBironB, PI and Chicken Tight, h, lilSVlLLEllMIS Direct Connections Tor CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. Direct Connections for all Points In FENCE! FOR m man ana noy con mails from 40-- to 60 rode a day. E2 12 TO 20 CENTS A ROD? ' Over ao stylee. llluitratad Catolonuo Free. IfyouhaveaLawnnothlnsIn the world would hen substitute for ourfine Ornamental Fence. Beautiful. Durante. Btrona. and Choen. Plain solvanliod FBHCE WIRE aolct to Farmers atl wnoieaoie pnceB. uircuiora ana frioe Free. I KIT3ELMAW DROTHCR9. Vox 02, RldROvlllo, Indlnnn.i tij-tsamssjm- Ornamental Fence. Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahomn, nrtil California. Arkansas, Mexico, $1.00 FOE rOTJB FAST TIME LIMITGD TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLCCPERf Write for liifornmtlon to the nearest ncentol the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern k. , JOHNCCHOLS, Ceu'l MonRr, LOUISVILLE. -- PKISI'AItATIONR FOR THK mip fia1 l !5 8TB E mirtw u tb). r?ij ft S.C. KY. HATCH, Oeti'l I'uss. Aft. Ol November nro alrcmly well iindor way, a A now J. R. PSRTLE ll. PRESIDENT o-- UlsiTED STfiTES ,,,,, IKTOIIEKLKOTKD.AKD fitvoly-eiijrr- ..i..,i- i for .Sminil 1 1 Jiiff im- 1. Will, usalw.iyn.lio fiiiinii in tin tlslelct" TIIKNKW YOUlv iMrcilf h, Or-niNa Itopublicjii nrwfpuii'riii Funiily NewHiappr, Its campaign howb and ilicii'mn will intcrc't every Atnoricnn citizen. All tlio iiowuol lliei'ny, lirriii C'lirHispmnleiicr', Agricultural Ditpart-meMarket Koporls, KusMoti IMute Willi olnliuralo ilp'oriptioiis, anil a variety ot Ileum ni liniiRi'liold inlpre't, niuke up un Ideiil Fiunilv l'ltpiT. WoliunWiTHB ItKl'UHLIC'AN ami NKW YORK WEEKLY TIHBUNU, both papprn hit-l- i will lnm.' lVoqierity to tho Nation. WKHKIaY TI5I1JUNK U not only tho lnulioc iho country, liut is PrcKiniiiciitly a Ntitionnl wm 1DENTIST Hill J f Mil. m 3&& KlvNTUCKY. of tho filit, Iwttlinc viporouslr HARTFORD, nt, Is prepared to do any and all kiasla Prices mst of Dental Operatioua, Office over Williams Be reasonable. Hell's DriiK Store. Vitalised air or laughing air ad. oxtraotinu of ministered for painleM tcetlr Why stiiTer with CourIis, Colds and T.aOrippe when LaXativi Uhomo Quinink will cure you in one day. Does not produce the rlnsiing in the bead like Sulphate ol Quinine, Put up in tablets convenient lor taking. Guaranteed to cure, or money refunded, I'rice, as Cents, For sale by Williams & Bell, Hartford; K. V. Williams.IleaverDam: A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Drown & Chapman, Centertown; Co., Roclcport, R. P He H Over-wohke- d ONE YEAR $1.25 Iihl Ad-7-ano- e ha ivm nw mwu RL1CAN, Aililrcua all ordeni lo tho Write your name and nddrrsa on a postal card, send It to Geo, W. lies Room , Tribune Buildltigr, New York City, and sample copy otTHK NKW YOKK WHRKIsY TRinUNIi will !cinileil to you,