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'Wednesday, Novbmmeb 20.
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Distinguished Amateur Actor I must
haro tumbled out of bed during tbo
night I wonder if any of tho folks
heard mo. Life,
Lady (engaging a now sorvant) I
hope you don't mind children.
Servant Oh, no. I always leave, the
xnisgUH to look after them.
A Machine Marie Man.
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A Thlu House.
Verger Hi, mister, como iu for a
few minutes ; tho pa 'son wants to tay
"My doar brethren," and there's only
mo in tho church. Judy.
"Ho has been dead two yearn, and today
I received a bill against him, with
tho reqnost to forwaid it."
"Why, what did you do with it?"
"Put it iu tho flro." Life.
Lrt' VM .I Vf 4
Crown I never thought that parting
cith Maria for tho first tlmo would
fiavo madti we feel bo vory ill.
The teachers of Fordsvillo district
will meet nt Fordsvillo, Saturday Nov.
Devotional exorcises II. 0. Truman.
Habits Ira Petty, O. Mosoloy and Carl
Boper. Employment for primary
students during other recitations-Miss
Collier and Mien gallic Ford.
Noon recess. P. M. Intelect,
faculties Willio Day, F. P.
Stum and F, h. Bandcrfar. Language
letsons Maggie Johnson, Urea Wil-
Q. Tell, Willo Gray and A. R.
Ilenfrow. Primary olass in physiology
J. D. Hooker, tcaohor; Pupils: F. L.
Handorlur, John Miller, James Dowccf,
J. W. O'Dell and Sam Royal.
Iiia Petty, )
Lkn SANDEnron, '- Oom.
Pleasures ot Hard work.
Il'lttsburgh Commercial Gatetle.
It is not difficult to livo comfortably
and well in this world. In fact it is
all in thinking, or feeling, that wo are
all well fixed and comfortable
Another mistaken notion is that if wo
wero rich wo wouldn't havo to work
so bard. You havo only to study into
tho Ufa of a rich man to And out
differently. In tho first placo ho bad
to work bard and faithfully to make
his money, and after be has it bo has
to work bard to keep it. And then
he wonld not bo contented with a
quiet, easy lifo, because bo is a
stranger to quiet, easy habits of living.
If tboso who complain about having
to work hard only know that it is their
salvation, maybo they would tako to
it moro kindly. What do yon
wonld become of a man wbo is constitutionally
opposed to work, if bo
were given tbo means to livo without
it being necessary for him to do
hand's turn? Why, of course ho would
go to tbo dogs. It is his disposition
not to nork only when ho can't help
it, that keeps him poor, and to him
ixjvcrty is a real blessing.
Tbo necessity that compels us to'get
up early, work late, and live on plain
faro is in almost every instance, a
blessing, although we may regard it
as a real hardship. it spnrs tnose
who are inclined to indolence, and
yet desirous of appearing to good ad
vantage, into activity; drives tho sing-
gard from his drowsy couch, and
arouses tho dreamer to a serious
realization of tbo great fact that lifo is
awake and active.
Those who look upon necessity as
an incentive to that lor wnion ttiey
wero created, have no great fanlt to
llnd with it. They understand that
action is essential to lifo and health,
and if tho pleasures it affords are not
sufficient to induce them to actively
ongago in the Etrngglo that tends to
a higher development, necessity, moro
or less urgent, will compel them to it.
He is rich indeed who finds con
tentment and pleasure in earning an
sold a day or so ago for export to
England COO head of choice Shorthorn
beeves, averaging about 1,800 pounds.
The total amount of tho sale is between
$00,000 and $70,000. Half of
these cattle will be shippod to Liverpool
next week, tbo balance going
about tho first of Decembor. They
will be shipped on foot, tho most of tbo
beef being sold to Qucou Viotoria
and tho English gentry for thoir feast.
Mr. Alexander has several thousand
acres oi uluo grass land on whioh
theso cattle feed. Ho begins feedine
thorn corn as roasting ears, cutting
np tuo stall; about tbo llrst of August.
In this way they aro fattened
rapidly and make tbo bpst beef known
eon and Willio Hico, Tho epicures.
It is a great mistake to rely upon the
mercurial and potash remedies with
which doctors usually treat blood diseases.
It is also useless to take a remedy
which is only a tonic, and cannot
possibly touch a real blood trouble.
Scrofula is a stubborn and deep-seated
disease of the blood, and all of the mineral
mixtures in the world cannot cure
it. S. S. S., a purely vegetable compound,
gets at the root of the disease
and permanently rids the system of it.
It is a real blood remedy, for real blood
diseases, and has no equal.
Here is an Interesting case where the
MRS. Y. T. BUCK,
blood remedy. One especially which
makes such large claims for curing j
cases of the blood, I drank by the wholesale,
but it did not seem to reach my
trouble. A celebrated specialist said
he could cure me and I paid him in advance,
but he filled me full of arsenic
and I became bloated and my digestion
so bad that life was a misery. I then
applied to Dr. W. C. Dabney, an old
trs,rrrjzrrr::7i.:r:rsz:!"' and medicine manufacturer,
. . . ..
HO matter UOW UUmblO wuo auviseu fflc to uine o. o. o., sayiUK
A Divided Jury.
Sau rraudco Post.
A man was on trial in Lako county
recently on a charge of grand larceny.
Ho was accused of stealing a hog. An
tnat one dozen bottles would cure me. 1
took four bottles and my body broke out
in boils and eruptions, but the doctor
told me that these symptoms were very
favorable, as this is the way the medicine
gets rid of the poison matter permanently.
After I had utcd six bottles the
eruptions began to disappear, my
i me iuiprucu, my uiiicsuuu uecume au
olil rancher, whoso interest in tho case Hunt, and havim? finished the twelve
was duo to tho fact that he owned a bottles, I am perfectly healthy, my skin
drovo of hogs, listened attentively to ls clear, tue capillary circulation is
tho empaneling of the jury and then i,?"",' 1","" ZJSXZ ".V"" '
left tho court room with S. S. S. never fails to cure a blood
cd disgust. trouble. Scrofula, eczema, rheumatism,
"What's tho matter, Sara?" inquired conUgious blood poison, and in factany
. . I disorder of the blood is promptly wiped
an attorney. out and cured by it. Do not rely upon a
"That jury's goin' to disagree," be simple tonic to cure a deep-seated blood '
declared emphatically. ! disease, but take a real blood remedy. i
s- s-, s- ha9 m?,le some wonderful
"What makes think so?"
,. . , . ...... ... cures of cancer, and we would be "pleased
"Think? I don't think nothing t0 send full accounts of same to any ad-
about it. I know it." dress. We will also mail our books on
"Well, then, how do yon know it?"
"Well, they've got six hog nen that
raise hogs and four mon that I knows
has stole hogs on that jury, an nobody
ever know'd a hog raiser and a hog
tbfef Bwould agree on a hog case.1
The Kind of Stock to Raise.
Farm and Wicsitle.
Tho day has passed when an inferior
animal can bo kept through tho winter
witbont loss. The old idea was
that it a steer was too rough and
rnnty to sell readily in tbo fall, it
could be kept over without much
cost, because it would eat only what
was grown on tbo farm, and next,
fall it would bring moro money.
Tho mistake lay in failing to put a
cash valuo on farm products. Tho
corn, hay, clover and other feeding
stuff produced on tho farm represent ,
labor and monoy expended on fields
that should make a return on the
capital invested. If ono cannot ,
get a fair prico for their labor in I
growing the crop, bankruptcy must)
come. Then tho capital in tho ,
furm nhnnld nav fi small nnr ennt . at'
No myMltry tbout it. When the
Shakers offered somo time ago to givo
away a bottlo of thoir Digcetivo
to any one who might call at thoir
Now York oflico, there was a great
rush and a great many people though
thuy were crazy.
Subsequent events prove it to have
been a very clever advertising transac
tion, for although thoy gave away thousands
of bottles, it was in tbo end profitable,
nearly cveryono that took a
free bottlo cn'mo back for moro and
paid for it with pleasure, saying they
bad derived belter results from its uso
than from any other medicine thoy had
There is nothing so uniformly successful
in tbo treatment of stomach
troubles as tbo Shaker Digestive Cordial,
and what is better tban.ujl, it relieves
blood and skin diseases upon
He took it from his
the worst, or taxes cannot bo poi(.
Somo men say wo cannnot figuro
closely on farm investment to pay
taxes and keep up tho improvements
on tbo farm, and wo must have
somo pay for our own labor, or else
tho farm must run behind and finally
tion. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Why pay S2.G0 and $3.00 per day for
board while in Louisvillo when you
can get the very best of accommodations
at the Enterprise Hotel, 234 East
Market street, for 31.00 and $1.C0 per
day? Genial John Searcy, proprietor,
spares neither time nor means in making
it pleasant lor ins guests. Try tins
nouse onco ana you win make it your
stopping placo in the future 27 tf
Cured Him of Chewing.
A young man who chews tobacco had
an experience tho otbernigbt that
ought to cure him of the habit. He is
almost a slave to it, and whether he
goes to church, a ball, or an evening
party, his small plug of tobacco is with
him. On this nigbt, ho was at a ball.
His plug of tobacco was in bis hip pocket.
Previous to the dancing, his girl
asked him to keep her extra handkerchief.
Ho thoughtlessly tucked it in
his hip pocket, alongside tbo ping of
tobacco. Ho danced and perspired and
after an hour or more, the young
woman asked him for her handkerchief.
It was a
total wreck and the young man's confusion
can be imagined.
The Georgia Barbecue.
The word "dish" is U6ed in a mtta
phorical sense. Tbo barbecue gets its
name from tho method of cooking tho
meats which form its principal sub-stance.
It is a paran feast. Its homo
is in tho woods, by somo oloar running
brook, and when found upon its native
heath such modern convenience as
Lnivcs and forks, tables and chairs, are
not known. Ono of tho exposition
spots which the Northerners aro suro to
teek out is tho shed near the Manufactures
aud Liberal Arts Building, over
which this same Sheriff of Wilkes presides,
and where, at all hours of the
day, tbo good ebecr which is so closely
connected with his namo is dispensed.
Tho shed is rather a rough place, for
the barbecno with tbe modern conveniences
and tho delicacies of Polmonlco's
would lose its flavor. Tho
Laxol, tho now form of Castor Oil, is j,0Hy for its thickness. You get knives
so palatablo that children lick tho spoon
is old variety, known
and forks, it is true, and paper napkins,
' I, tit ll.n tnltlA l ..... nil In 1 .. b. n
- - - j uiit iud wuig b nutvujuu an la luuu.
An Immense Beef Sale. cent ' linen. You order a dinner,
niue crass clipper.) Thoro is brought boforo you a half-
Mr. Charlton Alexander, tho famous dozen kinds of meats, steaming hot, the
Bourbon county breeder of beef cattle, ' aroma of which is most pleasing to tho
appotito if you have ono to start oni
and if you havo uonc, it is sure tooreato
one for you. Then tbero is a mystcr.
ious dish which tho Sheriff calls stew,
and pickles end bread and butter and a
enp of not too good coffee is famished
"on tho sido." Tho stew is a con coo.
tion of many vegetables and, for somo
reason not altogether clear oven to its
maker, bears tho mysterious name of
Brunswick. It is a nccossery adjunot
of tho dinner, and when it is mado
tufUoicntly hot by a suflloiont quantity
of pungent peppers, it is indeed a rare
Tho roasting.pit is tilled with livo
coals at daybreak. By reven o'clock the
ground is hot through for several feet;
then moro coals aro put on, and the ear-
0Q6SCS aro picroed through with' clean
hickory poles and laid across tho pit.
Thoir cooking refutes tho old phraso
that a watched pot nover boils, because '
darkies havo a 'possum sapper
solves ovory Saturday night. Thoy
( stand greedily around and watob. tbo
roaating of tho animal, whiohis sweeter
i to them than any other that lives. In
the ashes they roast their sweet-potatoes,
and wbent is all dono and tnoy
sit thore jabbering amid their criido
surroundings, tho firelight' falling
wart their black faoes and gay gar-.
monts, a visitor to the Exposition might
' well fanoy himself at tbo feast of an
doctors were absolutely at sea. African king.
Mrs. Y. T. Buck is the highly esteemed i -. .
7!i ' fl, tond prosperous j hcftrd of Dr Bell.a Pino Tar HoD
farmer residing near Delaney, Arkansas. ,or S9,6
at tho store of Me Q
years she has beer, jjrneU &
Co., Qratsbnrg. Ills., and
bled with a deep-seated blood disease I RPplm?manr nmmn.lift,n. iLmi.
that baffled the skill of the doctors. She J" nnn""," ",? "' !
"Some doctors called my trouble
soys: . nabIo
Eczema, some Salt Rheum, and others I boltlo. I ha
rmm n. nn l ifiniii'M inpir YrnTTTiRTir
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I thoucht I would trv a
havo been seriously affected
r. on nn. j.l. .. i. --. t ,
m.. l &&,, WZSZPZXZSgk 'mo a miserable life.. I spent hundred!
j ". oi uouars with doctors and for medis
cine, but everything failed until I tried
this wonderful remedy. It boats the
worm and has saved my life. I recommend
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey to
everybody with weak lungs. It is a
great Bnccess. J. B. Rosell.
.May 20, 1895. Grantsburg, Ills.
For ualo by Z. Wayne Griffin Bro.,
Hartford, Ky. tf
The Court of Appeals has given an
interesting construction of tho separate
coach law in tho case of Fannio Quinn.
a colored woman, who sued tho
and Nashvillo for damages be-cause
insulted by a drunken wbito
whom tho conductor had al
lowed to ride in tbo coach set apart for
( colored passongers. Tho Court of Ap-
peals holds that the law was meant for
' protection against altercations between
tbo races, and that the railroad
pany is responsible for tho offensive
conduct of a white passenger allowed
to ride in the colored coach contrary
WHEN MARIA JANE IS MAYOR.
When Maria Jane's elected to the mayoralty
There'll bo many wrongs corrected that are
now aprarent theru.
Tho elJf walkn will be carpeted, the street
swept thrice a day,
The alleya bo as fragrant as fields of new
What with parties and receptions and occasionally
There will be a transformation, around the
And each ward In the city will be represented
By lovely alderwomen and not horrid aldermen.
When Maria Jane is mayor, none but ladles
will, of coarse,
Bo appointed members of the city police force.
And lntbclr bloomer uniforms they'll look so
The gang to bo arrested will consider it a treat.
The stores will be compelled to have a bargain
sale each day,
And for chewing gum and soda you will not
be asked to pay.
Oh, great reforms will be projected, all the
wrongs will bo corrected
When Maria Jane's elected to the mayoralty
William West in Chicago Record.
tie Wms 'shougntful.
Mrs. Dents It's raining, Moike.
Mr. Denis It's mesilf knows it,
Mrs. Denis And why don't yez cum
Mr. Denis Oi'm waiting fur it to
sthop, so I won't bo bringing thor wet
into the houso, Bridget. Truth.
"Tho ploasantcst way to takp cod
liver oil," says an old gormand, "is to
fatten pigODos with it and then cat the
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REV. W. F. VAUGN
the meats aro carofully tended dnriug Harrodoburg, Ky,, Presiding El-
tho entiro timo; for to make them crisp
and tender without burning they must
bo turned every fifteen or twenty minutes.
All sorts of gamo aro roasted over tho
pit partridges, young wild turkeys,
ducks, squirrels, and rabbits; and now
that tho winter season has. como, tho
der Danvillo District
dint Ohuroh, Wrltoo:
Elcctropoiso has oured mo of
rhuematism after two
tions, all night each, and is of great
benefit to my family in nervous head
ache I heartily rooommond it.
Ministors of tho Gospol
Rev. John I. Rodgers, Danville, Ky.
It is a mystery to me, almost a inira;
Rov. Z. Moek, CatletUburg, Ky. I
have nsed tho Electroiraiso for five
years, and find it invaluable, as a curative
agent Especially is it efficacious
in cases of feoblo women and delicato
Rev. Robert Barrett, Louisville, Ky..
Baptist Seminary Elcctropoiso cured
after all other remedies failed.
Rev. W. W. Bruco, Hustonvillo, Ky.,
Eleotropoieo cured opium habit.
Rev. George Means. Covington, Ky.
In ono night tbe Elcctropoiso relieved
brain congestion and vertigo.
MWe could fill this paper with similar
reports, but think this sufficient to interest
yen in sending for book on the
subject of health.
VALUABBE BOOK FKEE.
013 Fourth Ave, LouWvlllr, Ky.
Is strletly a
And Is the result of sudden
ELI'S .BEAM BM
Iff I Vy
7a only s
Is acknowledged to be the moit thorough cure
lor Nasal Catarrh, Cold In the head and Hay
remedies. It opens and cleanses the
riassl passages, allays pain and inflammation,
heals the sores, protects the membrane from
colds, restores the senses of taste and smell. The
Dalm Is applied directly Into the nostrils. Is
quickly absorbed and gire relief at once. The
results that follow catarrh, due to the dropping
of poisonous rostter Into the throat, are Irritation
of the bronchial tubes and soreness of tbe
luntrs. accompanied bv a coush. In all such ca
ses we recommend Pineola Balasm to be uied In
connection with Cream Dalm.
"lilATi HA I.SAM will be found
excellent forall throat and lung Inflammations
and also for asthma
benefit from Its nse.
as it quickly abates
i he cough, renders
assisting nature In
ere Isa large
percentage of thoe
who suppose their
cases torn consumption
who are only
suffering from a
chronic cold or deep-seated couch, often srsrs
vated by catarrh, both remedies are pleasant to
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fr.J. II. HateltUg, J. II. I.ewli.
w. nines. Clerk Court of Appeals A. Adams
Deputy Clerks K. ! Greene, Wood '.ongmoor,
Jr. Sergeant V. 8. II. Hill. C
STATU PRISON OFFICIALS,
FRANcroRT Prison. Warden Henry George
Deputy Warden M. A. Kooney.
Kddyvillk Branch Prison. Warden L. C.
Curry Deputy Warden Ward I.lnn.
C.C. McCuord, Chalrmau; Chsrtes 11. Poynts,
Urey Woodson; D. C. Hardin, Secretary.
Senators-Hon. William C. Lindsay, Hon. J.
C. 8. Blackburn.
HRPRitRRNTATIVK 1'OVRTII DISTRICT Hon.
Johu W. Lewis.
Srnatur Hon. C. S. Taylor.
Rkfrbskntativb Ohio County Hon. T. 1.
Hon. V. T. Owen, Judge Owensboro.
Hon. J, Kuwm Rowk, Attorney Oneusboro,
J. w. Ulack,
O. n. Likens, Clerk Hartford.
D, D. Kimoo, Master Commissioner Hartford.
O. n. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund-Hartford.
CALI' Kkow.f, Deputies
Samuel Keown llattford Joe Roberts, Fords-ville;
Thos. R. lllshop, Ceuterlovtn; S. T.
Court Erst Monday In March and
August aud continues three weeks, and third
Monday iu May and November two weeks
John I. Morton, Judge Hartford.
D, M. IIockbs, Clerk llartrord.
It. i. Nkal, Attorney Hartford,
Court convenes first Monday In each month.
neglns on the third Moujay In January, April,
July and October.
Convenes first Moudsy In January aud Tue
dajr after the fourth Monday in October.
OT1IKR COUNTY OFFICERS.
O, S. Fitziicoii, Surveyor Sulphur Springs.
N C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell.
Z, II. Siiultz, School Sunt. Haitforfl
L. W.Hunt. Coroner Sulphur Surluis.
Mas. Miziclla Tannkb, Foorhnusc Keeper,
HAKTORn. J. V. Csrson, Judge, J. 1"
Marsnai. u. ur Keller. Airy, Coutt held cverv
second Monday In each month.
UEAVBa A. .Miner, judge; lien
Rummage. Marshal. Court held first Saturday III
January, April, July and Octolwr.
Cromwell. J. 1'. Cooper, Jndge; Fins
Uurden. Marshal. Coutt held second Saturday In
January, April, July and October.
Hamilton. l,. rrancis ju.ige: n. w koii,
Marshal. Court held third haturda) In January,
April, July and Octobei
ii. jame. juuge, j. j i.uem,
Marshal. Court held first Moudsy In January,
April, July and October.
hosine J U.lijers, Judge: 11. Morris, Mar
shal. Court held first Saturday tu each month
Ckralvo. N. R. Fulkerson, Judge J. V
Carrett, Marshal. Courts held fourth Saturday
In January, April, July and October.
Fordsvilie. J. A. Bowling Barrett's 1 erry.
March 16, June 15. September 14, December 14.
DcroaD. Den F Graves March jo, June jo,
September J3, December 18,
llARTroED. A. S. Aull March I, June t,
September , December J.
Ujuue! J, September
IS, December I).
CaouvvELL, Jont II, Wilson March 9, June 8,
September 7, December 7.
II. Oiler, Fordsvilie, Ky
IicroRD I. L. I'atton, nuforp, Ky,
RoaiNE Thomas Allen, Rosinc, Ky.
CaoxWKLL R,B. Martin, Cromwell, Ky
Hartford Hoses Shown, Hartford, Ky.
John 1. Morton, Chairman; K. II. Pendleton,
L. Field, Treasuter; Jss. A. Thomas,
K. K. Ouffy.
L. V. Woerner. Rowan Holbrook: Dr. I. T. Mil.
ler, Chairman; U. I'. Thomas, Treasurer; T. L
Bamist Clltracil Dr. J. S. Coleman. Pastor.
Services second Sunday In each month, at n a
m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday
M. K. ciicRcn.soutn Her. it. K. rate, rastor
Services third Sunday In each month at 1 a. m
and7t. m.. and fourth Sunday at 7 d. m. Pray
er meeting every Wednesdsy evening.
u. r. uiicECK Kev. j. r. hicks, pasior. ber
vices first Sunday In each month, morning and
night. Prayer meeting every Monday night.
Rocknort Lodee' No, .111. V. & A
regularly ou tne nrst ana 1
In each month.
third Saturday nights
Stated meetinsr of Hartford Lodce No. 6ts f.
& A. Mssons, first Monday night In each month.
All brethren are invited to attend regularly. W.
II. Moore. W. M.; II. Welnshelmer, hec'y.
Rough River LwIec No. 110 Knights I'ythlas
Meets every Saturday night at Masonic Hall, 1
D. Ouffy, C, C.
rrrsANDNUiivoUH diskasi s
When nenry M. Hall. M. D lato surgri V
rl A, Deisirunent of TenneMev, relurnul fmm
the war ho found a eld Id afflict! with enlleier
Leading physicians uere consulted, ulil,iui
spiorent bcnctlL Noted spvclahvts coukl yh e
but Utile If any relief. To rcacuu bis clilkl from
fate worao than death beoama the nblcct of
life. For several years eiperlineiit fullowiil
experiment, until at hut auoreaa cron lie! Ms
erioru. in insi old ago and Inilrmltlra
duccd him to Impart tho knowledge) of how to
bottle should bo sent free of ail charges to iiir
one applying fur It, who was aftiVttd wltli i.(.
lepay. Slnco then orer SOJXW free bottles linve
been sent to the afflicted. Experience lias
proved that It cures Insomnia. PL Vitus' I win c,
and all forms of Nervous pfHictloru Jf iou
want to try this wonderful remedy free or all
charge, write, stating your disease as plainly na
possible : give your age and post offlre. Adilrrw
The Hall Chemical Civ, Vest Philadelphia, fa.
vr. ID. LUCE,
Will draw drafU from a nice, near,
cozy cottage up to a lino two-story
uotiBo. win draw plans ireo of olmrpo.
Will make carotnl estimuteH on all
L lit-it l1 In nil
lfiMti nf nui a s1il
booses. Motto: "Live and let livo."
pured without the knife. Also fecrnfuln,
Kczema and all forma of Skin and Female
discuses successfully treated. Dr. GnUIgny
pas practiced In
and has become eminently successful
i'ears, treatment and curoof theso dlseasos.
'amnhlot sent free in which vou will And
persons In your own neighborhood that be
has cured, umce 111 west cieventn ut.
Address Dr. Ii. H. GEATiqNY,"
Sox 508 Cinoinndti, Oliip.
GREEN RIVER PACKET.
The fine Steamer, J. C. KKRR for Calhoon,
Rocheaterand ttorgantawu. Leaves Kvansvllle
Mondays apd .Thursdays at 4 p.m. Arrives at
Woodbury, Tuesdays and Fridays at 11 p.m.
Returning leaves Woodbury Tuesday midnight
and on Saturdays at & a. in. Leave Kockport,
Wednesday t 7 a. m. Saturday 1:30. Arrives at
Kvansvllle, Wednesdays at 10 p. in. and Sundays
si 3 p.m. K. T. Wiiuahs, Master, Kdoax
Tu. Jalual'Lif. lasuratcs Co, ofSy,
Office 301 Frederics St., Owensboro, Ky,
i rc.k i . !
I im&wBmESBm' z.
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This great cl eaner comes tovroman's aid
on wish-day and every "day. Makes her
vrork a matter of love instead of drudg
ery, iry it. bow cverywucre.
Made only by.
The N. K. Falrbank
Bryant & Stranon Business College.
vj a 'ftrf' 1 a a iinnu r cai UUIlnena Ednentlnn. Na mK
Connecting nt Mrniplils wlltiTlirougli
Trains to nil rointrt In
ARKANSAS and TEXAS
Rates, Tickets, and all Information will be fur.
ulshed on applying to your nearest ticket agent,
T. B. Z.YNOH,
Gen.rass. Agent, Lovisvili.8,Kv.
. BY MAIL
rOD PaDTlcuiaoA caii
u.w.r.iNYorn m i.
Wo send our New Illustrated Reduced
cf rocket Knives and Itozora to any addrcu.
The') knives are always of good quality, and
hold u good cutting edgo. This catalotruo shows
exact size of about 71 different ttylrs for Indies,
gentleuieu, and boys. Every knife warranted.
G. P. BARNES & BRO.,
524 West Market St., LOUISVILLE, KY.
ThUjtrm U nllatitt.ruUUhert Uarlord Utruid.
OST IN QUANTITY. BESTINQUALf
FOR 20 YEARS
Has led sll WORM Romedlos.
'EVERY I0TTLE GUARANTEED.
OLD B( ALL DKUdOtlTa..
MtDfins ci., ST. tons.
viouum, rnxiMi iuji lacuities lor locsting yeusr rasa
Ij posiilons In the soaih, and wsil Writs lor
Cilslojue Free. Address
Eryant & Stratton College, Louisville, Ky.
$1.00 FOR YOPB PHOTOGrRAPH.
Wrlto us a lottor covering theso throo points:
First. Statoliow long you liava known, or jiscti, or sold "Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Mctilclno. "
Second. Stato diseases you havo known it to euro and givo tlio names of
tboso cured by it.
Tiiiud. (iivo your opinion as to tho dliTercneo between its strennth and
action, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver Hegulator" inado by "J. II. Zellln
& Co., aud tho "Black: Draught" mado by Chattanooga Modiclno Co s botlt of
which havo sold to dealers at (J or 7 cents per package, net, and should retail nt
not over 10 or 13 cents. If consumers aro not Imposed upon, while- our Original
articlo cannot bo sold at loss than 23 cents pef packagei a wo havo too much regard
for human lifo to uo cheap drugs In any of our medicines. Tho reason Is
plain; Zcilln &Co. and tho old proprietor! of "Black Drought" wcro both enjoined
from deceiving tho publio by using tho words constituting our trado namo; therefore,
look out that somo dealer (not knowing you aro posted) don't soil you somo
cheap packago nt a prolit of 800 or 400 tier cent., instead of ourGtimilno "Dr. M. A.
Simmons Liver Medicine," which you do suro to specify, and tako no other, as
then) is nothing clso llku it.
On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you free of
charge, a 81.00 packngo Liver Medicine or on receipt of lottcr without photograph,
wo will mail you a 25 cent package, frco.
Seo tho ailments, canted bylndispositlons of tho Kldnoys, Liver, Stomach, and
Bowels, which Dr. M. A. Simmons, Liver Medlclno has invariably cured slnco 1W0.
Sick Headache. I'ALriTATio.f op tub Heart. Drowsiness.
Isdioestios. Cold Feet. Enlargement op Livf.k & Spleen. Sleeplessness.
Low Spirits. General Lassitude. Dullness. Heaviness.
Tired Feeuno. Sourt Stomach. Bad Taste in Mouth. Constipated Bowels.
Skin & Eyes Yellow Biuqusness. Loss op Strength & Flesh.
Coate d Tqnuue. Pains in Side & under Shoulder Blades. Focl Breath.
Glimmerixo before the Etes. Weight m Stomach aftek Eating. Torpid
Liver. Flesh Soft & FLADnr. Acute & Ciironio Malaria. Bile comino
up in Mouth. Nervous Headaches. Memort Clouded & Indistinct. Wind
Colic Piles, ur Cuuivo Constipation Troducino it. Kidnet Diseases.
Fullness or Blood in Head. Numbness of Hands, Arms & Feet.
up Gas. Bloatino op Stomach after Food is Taken. Iuregular Appetite.
Heartburn. Dimness or Vision. Dizziness upon Suddenlt Getting
Up. Suffocatino Sensations. Dispondenct op Pregnant Women. Nausea
Before or After Eatino. Vertigo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficienct op
Perspiration. Femalb Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so Common to
Mothers. Flatulence Loss op Appetite. Pains & Aches in Joints.
Chilly Feelinos Down the Back. Limbs Feel too Heavt. Cramp Colic-Skin
Dry & Harsh. Bilious Feveiu. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness.
Detestation op Food. Sudden Flushes op Heat. General DEBiLrrr.
op Teethino Children. Dvspepsia. Nervous Depression op Tired
Women. Unpleasant Dreams. Spittino up or Food Aftek Eating.
or Children, nr Hemovixo the Cause. Gnawino Sensations in Stomach.
Pcffiness & Dark Rinos Under toe Eyes. That Uestless "Out op
Sorts," Not Sick and Not Well Feeling, so Common with Over-worked
People. ItBuilds up Weak & Debilitated Mothers and Fathers & Pale and
Enfeebled Children, by Perfectly Reoulatino the Action or the Kidneys,
Liver, Stomach & Bowels, so that all t.ood taken is naturally assimilated.
0, P. SIMMONS MEDICINE CO., Props., ST. LOUIS, MO.
JOHN KCIiOLS, I R, ,....,..
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