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t . ,r -v THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A sluggish Liver brings on Malari.i, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the constitution and wreck health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR you want The wo.? REGULATOR dWlngulshts. it from all other remedies. And, besides tr.ls, SIMMON!) LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your snEBeoo . . . . r i a n li til t i I J UVLK KLUULAIUK. l IS tne DCSI DKKXl purifier and corrector. Try it and note the difference. Look for the RED Z on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and Uiere Is no other Liver remedy iwe simmuns livlk REGULATOR-the Klngof Liver Remedies. Be sure you get It. J. II. Zollln & Co., l'lillatlelplila, 1'n. mOVRSSlOXAI CARDB. Trio. IB. "V7"llaoii, at - Law And HARTFORD, KY. attention given to collections and Sl'ltCIAl, hurveylng, making bttrctJ, (te. o Notary l'utllc for Ohio couutjr. Office notth aide of public squsre. R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. practice hit profesalon In Ohio and WII.I, countlea bpeclal attention Riven to collrctlom Also notary public. Office In Commercial Hotel J. B.VICKERS, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. "iriM. practice hla profession In Ohio and V adjoining countlea. hpeclal attention glv. en to all builneaa entrmled to hit care Office on Market alreet, oppoalte Courthouse, C &. Baraett, Attorney at Law, (notaay rDBLic) HARTFORD, KY. "iril.t. PRACTICK hla profeaslon In all the fy court, oi unio ana aajoimng counucs, Careful attcutlou will he slen to all buslneal entrusted to hla care Collection! a apcclallv. Office oTer Ohio County rtauk (CVunjy Mornry) Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. l'KACTICH hi the court! of Ohio and adjoinlnK countlea. Special attention to collection!. Office in courthouse. W. H. BARNES, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. practice hla profession In all the WILL of Ohio and adjoinlnK countlea and Court of Appeala. .special attention Riven to collection!. Office neat door to Ked l'ront. Attorney at Law, 1IAKTFOK1), ICY. fRACTICK In the court! of Ohio and adjoining countlea. 1'rompt attention siren to all bualneaa entrusted to his care. Office In Hsrald building. M. t. IIKAVRIK. SIIULBY TAM.OR, HEAVRIN & TAYLOR. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD. KY. practice their profession In all the WILL of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals, bpeclal attention siren to collection!, office 3:7 Market street, next door 10 nans or uaruora. JAHkS B, OLBNK, J. S. B, WKDDIItO. GLENN & WEDDING, LAWYERS HARTFORD, KY. "ITTII.T. rRACTICH their profession In all the Yy courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In Court of Appeals. Special attention Riven to criminal practice and collections. Also Notary I'ubllc for Ohio county. CTaa. -As.. Smltli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. YITH.T, TRACTIClt his profession In Ohio and W adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office north side public square. h. n. onrrv. B. D. CtNQO. GUFFY & RINGO, Attorneys at Law, HARTFORD, KY. "VITILL I'RACTICU In all the Courts or Ohio YY county, Court of Appeals and Superior Court. Office 319 West Market street. l J. Ed."wl:n 2So"Wo, COU m ATTORNS? AT LAW OWENSBORO, KY. A ILL. practice his profeaslon In Daviess and djoiulnr counties. Special attention glv. en to settlement of decedents' estates and collections, eompt attention given to all busl. neas entruatecKto his care. E. B. MDERSON. AttorneyNvt Law, OWENSBOROrXY. VtriM. practice his profession and TT adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office oi 1'rcilrlcSsM, a ie. htes. Attorney at Law, OWlINSnOIlO, KENTUCKY, XITILL practice his profession In Daviess, ad- yv joining couniica auci uiciourioiA Bpeclal attention glten to collections. Office aoSH Court Kowe, . I Take The Herald, I HELEN'S FACE A BOOK. Helen' fnce li llkn a Ixxik Charming nil 11k Helen' foci U like n look. What' tho story I forsook TYlit n on IllUn' fnco 1 loukt When her enitlo cngagis! Thero I read nn old romance; Hera I ce ono HvliiK. Thero I mad an old romance. Hut In Il( ten' lightest glance 1'or a livelier talo enchant, Wild excitement giving I What I printer' Ink to met Comma, dot ami duslii I Wliat 1 print r' Ink to ma If with Ileki. 1 may ho. Exclimntlou point to Bee Underneath htr liuliosl Lark. A DROP OF BLOOD. In 1775 tho brlgnntluo Governor left I'hllndolphla loaded with flour for Spanish Town, Jamaica. It was tho lCth of December, and Captalu Ira Druko, licr comiuumlor, expected to oat his New Year's dinner on tho island. Everything wna nnspiclons, and with n northwest wind he sailed down thorivor. TTa rrmnrlml Inttf nftnv llint tin ulf n. itnilrn n wl 111 a ,1nn i.litn 1 n . A 1, a i"uu uu(iiiw ujiiinu, uu iiiu wharf, but not being of an imaginative tnm of mind tho impressions passod, and ho aw tho tnll poplars and red roofed farmhouses in tho Nock fade away under tho winter suusot with pro- 1 foesioual indllTorcuco. J Tho Governor Clinton was only 430 tons, nnd sho left port in company with I 20 others, foreign bound, meat of thorn 1 sqoaro rigged. At tho pretent timotliero nro only two ahipi) owned in nnd noitJier Hails from here. Mrs. Druko and Euiuia walked cp Second Btrect to thoir homo, which was iu tho houso then a twoetory, afterward tho tea htoro of tho lato occcutrio John Lauiond, who diotl a fow mouths ago. To ba n captain's wifu iu thoso dnys was to hold social position next below tho mngnates of Society Hill, and Captain Drako was roported a prosperous man. "Mother," said tho danghtor, "do you feel nny unusual anxiety iu parting with father this voyago?" "No, my dear. Don't let such things get into your mind." "Yes, bnt tho .Aggy Slade has been out over CO days, and sho's bound for Jnnmlc.i too. Poor Mrs. Kolsom is just wild about her husband. Howl do wish father would give up tho sea and stay asliorol" Shipmasters' wives had to Imvo stout hearts in thosodajs; thero wero perils oji tho sen then that nro unknown now. A West India voyago meant poor charts, dodging among tho reefs and keys of tho Bahama banks, northers, hurricanes nnd uioro deadly assaults from tho despcrnto rufllans that infested tho coast of Uubn and were secretly uphold by the Spanish authorities, who shared their plunder, and at this timo both Tardy and tho La Fittcs wero known to bo cruising in tho gulf. Christmas passed, and as Now Year's canio on n feeling of uneasiness and dread entered into tho Drake household. Kmma had nn additional sourcoof anxiety. Sam Spain, nlthough only 34, was first ofllcer of tho Governor Clinton and n splendid specimen of tho Amorican sailor, and beforo this voyago ho und Emma had exchanged vows. And so poor Umma fretted and mado her mother nuxious. Now Year's day, 1700, was cold, blustering and sleoty, nud after nt curly mass at St. Joseph's both women sat down to breakfast. "For tbo Lord's cake, Emma, don't tell mo anything about your dreams. You make mo nervous. Your father and tho brig nro all right, and when tbo Quickstep comes iu wo'll hear from Spanish Town. Sho sails from thero today." "Out, mother, thero Is eomothing in dreams, and I novor had such dreadful ones before, nud you know good God, what is that?" And tho girl's voice nroso to n scream. "Oh, mother! Ou your hand, on your handl" Tho inothor looked nud grow pale as death. Thoro on her plump, wbito hand was n drop of ruddy blood. Sho "Maybe I pricked mysolf with tho fork." And with a shudder she wiped nway tho dread token. But thero was no wound, tho skin being unbroken. "Thoro, there, it has come again. Oh, mother, lot's pray 1 My door father and Sam nro in peril. I know It 1 fool It." And thoy knelt and with heads bowed dfrwn prayed to him who rules tho winds nnd tempests to sparo thoir loved ones ou tho soa. Tho Governor Clinton was on old tub and did liar host when sho reolod oS eight knots ou n bowlino, bat this time, under a fair noithcast wind, she was cutting n feather through tho waves of tho Bahama banks ou tho 10th of Ilore her good luck cmleiT. A northor set iu, driving thorn 200 miles off thoir courso, nnd thou head winds blow for a week, so that it was tho last day in tho year beforo they came in Bight of tho Cuban coast, and not over ten miles off Capo St. Autoino tho wind failed, nnd thero camo ono of thoso (lend calms pocnlinr to thoso lntitudos. Tho sails hung without n shivor, nnd tho pennant was as straight down as it yard of pump water. But this was not tho worst. Captain Drako know that ho was iu tho track of tho plratosaud was to koop away from thorn, and at this moment ho was doubtless "MOTHERS' FRIEND" . Shortens labor, lessens pain, dlmlnlahns danffee to lira or both, mother and child and leaves her In condition more favorablo to speedy recovery. "Stronger after than before confinement" says a prominent midwife. Is tho best remedy FOR RISING BREAST ,xtfnown and worth tho prlco for that alona. Enonraed and recommended by mldwlvca and all ladles who have used It. BowarCspf substitutes and Imitations. Makes Easy. Sent by Eipreaa orcall on receipt of price. mtflAfl frA Mmt.lnlnif un!tttnw toatlmnnl ftta. bhadfuxd begcutou rovATuiTAf SOLD JIT ALL DBUaOUTfrv i signalod olT ehoro to somo of thoir vessels. Everything depended on kooping a stout heart. His six 34 pound carronadca wero loaded with grapo and kontlodgo, tho arm chest was opened, cutlasses and pistols wero served to tho crew, muskets wero loaded, and tho cook filled his coppers with hot water ready to repol boarders. All hands kept watch that night, and in the morning Mate Spain went aloft with a glass. Ho nt ouoo hailed tho deck. "Thero is a topsail schooner 1lug bohiud that point of land off the itarbonrd quarter. I can't make out any sail on her." "All right. Comodown. Wo'll havo breakfast Thoro's troublo ahead. But thero aro 23 of us, all good men, and wo ought to make a tidy fight for our lives." A strict watcli was kopt at the masthead, and at 10 o'clock a bnilcamo: "Thoro's a boat fall of men putting off chora It is n yawl with a tug. Sir's coming fast under swoops. " The ensign wns soized union, down to sttjnct yftn'teg MfUMly aai -all waited and watched. Thero woro not loss than 40 men in tho yawl. When it was within about 20 yards of tho boat, tho captain criod, "Pirol" Dut as nsual two of tbo carronados mlssod llro, tho other scattered tcu feet wide of thejioat, and noxt it swept under tho bow, tho leader n white man, springing into tho chains, followed by a gang of mulattocs, negroes and Spaniards, all big men. Their captain's head just camo abovo tho bow, when ho was run through tho nock by a plko and dropped but his men managed to got on the bowsprit and como aboard. Two of the pirates mounted tho channels and tumbled into tho waist, Tho cook, a giant weighing S00 pounds, rushed nt them with a outlass, beat down thoir guard and hewed them down. A third bad grasped tho swifter to help him up, when his arm was cut clean off nt the shoulder by the negro. A splash in the water told tho rest. . Iu tho bow tbo defenders had dono good work, but Captain Drako was stretched on tho bits covered with blood. Tho last pirato had ran out on tho jib boom and tired his pistol just as a musket ball took his life, but ho had done bis work, for poor Spain got bis bullet in the head and novcr spoko after. They wero beaten, and und or a parting volley tho rufllans sprang to thoir sweeps and with the loss of half their crow made for land. Suddenly tho mainsail gavo a flop. No orders woro needed. Tbo topsail halyards wero manned. " Op with tho flying jib, trim sheets, round in starboard braces I" was the cry, and tho little brig began to surgo through the water. "See, soo I Tho schooner's making sail. Up go her gaff and foresail. The fight's not over, men 1 Sho '11 cut us to pieces with her long Tom I" Just then camo tho sound of a hoavy gun, and so intent wero tho crow wntchiug tbo vessel that they had not seen, half a milo away, a British corvot piling on sail up to royals. Sho was a flier, too, and insido of fivo minutes swept down on tho brig, hailed- and was told what had occurred. Tho pirato craft was intent only on saving her men in the yawl, but it was too lato. Tho corvot ran her down and at 100 yards gavo tho maraudors a Bbowcr of grapo that tore tho boat and crow into splinters. Tho schooner mado off, followed by tho man-o'-war, and both disappeared in tho southern board. Tho second mate took command of tho brig. Ecr captain had a broken thigh and n shot throuah his body, while the mnto and four A tho crew lay dead. Tho breozo kept stoady, and on the 4th of January thoy came to anchor in Spanish Town harbor. Captain Drako lived to get woll and quit tho sea. But bofore the Christ Churoh chimes rang for another Chiistmas poor Emma Drako had followed her lover to a better land. Philadelphia Times. WOMAN'S BEAUTY NO SECRET. It all lies in the care she takes, expelling from the system the poisonous Impurities which cause the terrible chroutc disease peculiar to women. The aches, pains, blues, nervous headaches, loss of sleep and appetite, sallow complexion, etc., which accompany all female troubles, are caused by kidney poison and a failure of the delicate organs of womanhood to perform their natural function. As a certain remedy for diseases peculiar to females and for all diseases of the kidneys and bladder, Winter-smith's Duchu has had thirty years success. If you would avoid many of the troubles of women, use tVINTEKSMlTII'S 1HJCHU. Your druggist sells It. ARTHUR PISTHR & CO., Louisville, Ky., General Agents. How He Won Her. New York Bun.) "Tho best 'dinner yarn' that I over heard," observed a woman," was the story of tbo young man who was much in lovo with a certain yonng woman.but hadn't tho courogo to tell hor so. Ono ovoning thoy woro dining out together, and it so happened that a hated rival took the girl in to dinnor. Something in tbo rival's mannor mado tho bashful lovor' suspect that the rival intonded to propose to tho girl that very oveninjr. As the dinner progressed tho lover absolutely sure of this, and sparred on by necessity, he resolved to put his own fortune to tho test and at onoo. Tearing a leaf from bis notebook, ho accordingly scribbled a line or two, foldod it and gavo it to tho nearest ser vant with a 'hand that to tbo lady in blue.' (Thero was fortunately but ono suoh at tbo tablo, or mattors might havo been complicated.) Tho girl reooivod tho note, oponod it and read, 'Will you bo my wife?' followed by his name. He bad forgotten to send the poncil, however. Bat tho girl was as ready as tbo man was rattled, and ebo tamed to the servant 'and said oamly, 'Just toll tho gontlcman yes.' " Salesmen Wanted. Good wages to sell our Nursory 'Stock. Armlv for terms. We will havo for Bpribg and Fall, 1800, an immense stock of Apple, Pear, Peaoli, Plum, Apricot, Ohorry, Grapo, oto. Also small fruits, shade and ornamental trees, roses, oto. Wo mako a speolalty of wholesaling to large planters direot. We will soli to responsible parties and tako note payable in six, twolvo and eighteen months. Writo us for wholesale prices. Ad- dross: BoOTiiEiiN Nursery Co., 10-Om Winchester, Tenn. hcs "iv7 " .wtywwrf BLESSED ARE THEY WHO 100 CAN BOW GET THE HERALD FOR ONLY Pay the Printer THE HARTFORD HERALD. $1.00 Per Year WHAT THE! HAYE. LOHG OWED HIM. " I Coyne, the Herald of a Noisy World, the News of All Nations Lumbering at My Back. " VOL. XXII. HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1896. NO. 21. BRADLEYBIG RECORD LIST OF PARDONS HE HAS GRANT ED SINCE IN POWER. What's the Usb of Courts of Justice? Of Attorneys for the Commonwealth? Of Juries or Prisons? 17 rAItION8 THE IlECOKD TO MAY 1 H,oulvllle Times. Tho ciccntivo journal in tbo office of tho Secretary of Stato at Frankfort, compiled in the handwriting of Assistant Secretary of Stato Guffy, shows that since his induction 'into office tho tenth day of last December, ond up to May 1, Gov. W. O. Bradley has granted IS? pardons.remisuons, etc Of thts nnmbor a fow aro restorations to citizenship after tbo expiration of the term of imprisonment. These acts of clemenoy began on tho day after tho inauguration with tho much criticised pardon of Georgo Ferguson, tho Lonisvillo A. P. A., arrested for carrying concealed deadly weapons on election day. '" It is a fact, that tho Governor's releaso of prisoners in tho penitentiaries and jails has caused consid erable discouragement to the officers of tho" law -and the attorneys for tho Commonwealth, not only in making examples of concealed deadly weapon cases, bat in prosecutions for the high crime of murder. It has been a standing argument in favor of capital punishment that, according to statis tics, tho avorago life Bentenco lasts bnt seven years, and for Kentucky, Gov. Bradley is greatly reducing the average One instance in which tho ease of attaining a pardon led soon after to murder, may bo cited in tho caso of Henry Yoco, who whipped ont his pistol and shot Polico Sales, who had him under arrest in a street car on Derby Day. Yocs was reoently pardoned for carrying a concealed deadly weapon. On the journal his namo appears as Yoder, and following his releaso ho turns up as tho slayer of Sales. In this particular affairs, howover, the possibility of another pardon is precladod by tho death of Yoes by a return ball from Sales' pistol. Tho promises made by tbo Governor with respect to tho majesty of the law and tbo "just execration of criminals" aro not being carried out. Aside from tbo political influences whioh aro said to have been tho springs of aotion in certain oases, tho pardons and remissions speak for themselves, and hero thoy aro, high crimes, low crimes and all, just as the executive journal shows them: Evelyn White, Jefferson county, grand larceny sentenced November, '05 ono year. Charles Gray, Grant county, carrying concealed weapons, sentenced October, '01 $25 and ten days. Peroy Hamerton, Crittenden connty, carrying concealed deadly weapons, sentenced December, '05 ten days and $25. Henderson Bash, Perry county, September, '03 fivo years. William Fain, Rookcastlo county, manslaughter, September, '02 years. John Shutto, Jefferson county, bigamy, March, '03 soven years. Georgo W.UckloB.Rookcastlo connty, malicious shooting and wounding ono year. James Jackson, Fayotto county, grand larceny eighteen months. II. N. Drake, Carter county, ' years. Pctor Allensworth, Hopkins connty, murder sentenced thirteen years ago for life Stewart Washington, Whitloy murder sentenced for life April, 1895. Logan It. Murrell, Adair connty, forfoited bail bond, then judgment September, '01. John Coo, Cumberland connty, manslaughter timo sorved; oitizonsbip restored. Burt Hayes, Livingston oonnty, and larcony, '05 two years. Eliza Howard, McOraoken county,' grand larceny. Jamos Spencer, Fayetto connty. manslaughter, 1889 sixteen years. Sam Mason, Nelson county (orimo not stated). John M. Moore, Casey oonnty, fornication two fines. ' Charles Harmon, Jefferson connty, concealed pistol $25 and ten days. David Gratz, Clark connty, ontting. Diok Fagan, Henderson, brcaking, May, '05 two years. Louis Henry Vaughn, Fayotto ooun. ty, pettit larceny. Ellas MoEnigbt, Lawrenoo oonnty', oitizenship restored. Lewis Gray, Jessamine oonnty, car rying conoealed weapons flno and imprisonment. John Anderson, Magoffin county, inurdor lifo. James Jaokson, Fayett oounty, grand larceny oighteon months. E. B. Taylor, Laurel connty, obtain ing goods by false protenscs citizenship restored. Teok Cook, Taylor county, perjary, 1893 threo years W. H. Caso, Anderson oounty, disturbing roliglous worship $20 fine. Joseph Coyne, Shelby county, cealod weapons imprisonment. Ed Cooper, Da'vioss oounty, manslaughter. nenry Lawn, Knott county, two years. Israol Minmard, Leslio county, manslaughter, 1889 two yours. Isham King, Whitley connty, murder, B. F. Campboll, Laurel county, flno. Satto'n Mooro, Owsley county, malicious cutting, January, 1884 ono year. George Perkins, Jossamino oounty, manslaughter, October, '91 fivo years. Porter Washington, Franklin county, breach of peace S 10 fine. Joo Molitor, Kenton county, manslaughter, February, '91 four years. Irwin Grffin, Bath connty, assault $25 fine. William Burton, Larno oounty, robbery, January, 1890 two years. Joseph. Parson, Montgomery county, carrying concealed weapons fine and imprisonment. Manford Armstrong, Breathitt county, barn-burning, Juno, '01 fivo years. James, carrying concealed weapons flno and imprisonment. Absalom Kelley, Madison oounty, carrying oonooalod weapons fine and imprisonment. J. M. Cyrus, Lawrence county, forgery citizenship restored. Henry Yoder (Yoes), Jefferson county, carrying conoealod weapons flno and imprisonment. Georgo McCall, Jefferson, robbery, 1893 thirty years. Alex. Spilman, Jefferson, malicions cutting citizenship restored. Jacob Williams, Fayette, colorod, murder, May, 1883 life. Samuel Moore, Jackson, bribery oitizenship restored. Jos. O. Williams, Wolfe, cutting and stabbing-$500 flno. Wm. Stamper, Carter, murder, May, 1883 lifo. Pete Smith, Jefferson, manslaughter, 1888 nine years. Cbas. Brenner, carrying concealed weapons fine and imprisonment. Frank Clem, Harlan, April, 1890, murder life. JobnG. Williams, Webster, selling whisky fine. Henry Hyden, Jackson, knkluxing citizenship restored. Joe Stamper, Jaokson, knkluxing citizenship restored. A. M. Duff, Leslie, shooting and 'wounding citizenship restored. A. M. Bowling, manslaughter, 1885 years. Wm. Doolan, Pnlaski, manslaughter. Phillip Dever, Casey, manslaughter. Wiley Lespor, Crittenden fino and imprisonment. C. R. Mooro, Woodford, carrying concealed weapons fino and imprisonment. Henry Baker, Caldwell, housebreaking, October, 1895 two years. Dave Meredith, Warren, cntting and wounding citizenship restored. Egbert Ashcraft, Estill, housebreaking, March, 1895 two years. Wm. T. Steele, Hopkins, conoealed weapons. C. N. Stringfollow, Carroll, forfeited bail bond. Lucien Garth, Todd, malicions years. Andrew F. Steele, Woodford, weapons. Howard White,Clark,robbery, 1 893 three years. Scott Fields, Harrison, manslaughter, November, 1805 six years. Mary Fanlknor, Jefferson, grand larceny ono year.. . Wm. Foster, Brockinridge, to cbitizonship. B. MoKnight, Christian, grand larceny, 1894 two and a half years. Fred Parker, Caldwell, cutting in sudden heat fino and imprisonment. John Hicks, malicious stabbing, February, 1890 two years. William and Wesloy Whittaker, Cark, murder, 1891 lifo. Samnol Davis, Lawrence, murder-life. A. M. Pnlliam, Breckinridge, 1889 fifteon years. , Josso Atchison, Ohio, manslaughter, pardoned and allowed to return to State. Patrick Rush, Hart, contempt of court $10. Henry Smith, Fayetto, respite, rape. Woodson Royston, Madison, housebreaking one year. Wm. Sapp, Marion, shooting, intent to kill ono year. EH Spradlin, Whitloy, raurdor. Joo Sorivenor, Leo, manslaughter, April, 1893 seven years. Ewing Isbell, Warren, manslaughter, Juno, 1889 twenty-one years. J. R. Randolph, Hopkins, man slaughtercitizenship restored. Jamos Robertson, Barron, housebreaking ono year. William Borgman, Jefforson, selling liquor to minor $50 fino. Harry Burnett, Jefferson, concealod weapons, 0100 and thirty days. Oalob Brpek, Bell, manslaughter, July, '03 ton years. , Clifton Bridges, Trigg, malicious shooting finoand imprisonment. jercu nurgess, unio, mansiauguter, May, '91 fifteen years. Hays Brown, Menifeo, ing four years. John L. Jones, Clay, Manslaughter, Ootobor, '93 years. Egbert Montgomery, Magoffin, man slaughter, February, '9(1 two years. Marion MoClard, Hopkins, conceal ed weapons. W. T. Newman, Muhlenberg, ions shooting $170 fino. James and R. E. Austin, Garrard, forfeited bail-$400. ' Willie Day, Breathitt, manslaughter , ifivo years. I John Dumming, Simpson, petit days. D. W. Littlo, Franklin, concealed weapons. Henry Niokols, Magoffin, selling vote citizenship restored. Bud Wallaco, Jefferson, cutting in sudden heat. Charles Gains, Franklin, concealed weapons. L. D. Landsaw, Wolfo, adultery. T. J. Winfrey, J. H. Earls, G. W. Welch, O. A, Denonbnrn and two others, Adair, giving liquor to minors. Charles Miller, Trigg, selling liquor fino $10. Phil. Moberly, Garrard, mole-stealing. Alonzo Harbson, Hart, maliciouB cutting, January, '00 $300 fine. Owen Huldors, Breckinridge, citizenship restored. Taylor Haggard, Cumberland, cutting oitizenship restored, H. W. -Mobley, Rookcastlo, drank, at church flno $25. Sheridan Bailey, Magoffin, liquor to minor. Samuel Risener, Magoffin, murder, '93 eight years. Robert Pryso, Loo, selling liquor illegally, September, '95 indictment. Tbo May pardons, including Georgo W. Smith's and about a ers, are not recorded on tho journal. Where They Lie Buried. Exchange Tako a walk through a ccmetry and you will pass tho last resting placo of tho man who blew into tbo muzzle of a gun to seo if it was loaded. A little further down tho slopo is buried a crank who tried to show how close he could pass in front of amoving train. In strolling about yon seo tho modest monument of the hired girl who started a fire with kerosono.ond knoll that covers what is loft of tbo boy who put a corn cob nnder a mule's tail. Tbo tall shaft of the man who blew ont tho gas casts a shadow jnrocs tho bosom of tho boy who tried to jump on a moving train. Side by side the ethereal creature who always had her corset laced to the last holo and tho intelligent idiot who rode a bieyclo nine miles in ten minutes sleep on undisturbed, Hero repose tho of tho doctor who took a dose of his own medicine, and just ove'r thero, with tho top of a shoe box down over his head, lies a rioh man who married a young wife. Away over thero by a side gato reposo the remains of the boy who went fishing on Sunday, and tbo woman who kept strychnine side by side with baking powder in tho cupboard. Tho man who stood in front of a mowing machino to oil tbo siole is quiet now, and ho rests by tho side of tho careless brakeman who fed himself to a seventy-ton engine. Thoso four newly made graves over yonder aro by tbo careless farmers who attempted to feed a fodder shredder and smoke ut the samo time, and bo if, goes. Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in 1110 suouia always remember that tho bottom rounds of the ladder of timo are filled to overflowing, but there's always room at tho top. That's where Dr. Bell's Anti-Pain for for oolio, cholora and diarrcea stands, It's sold at 25o and SOo on a guarantee by all dealers. For Bale by 2. Wayne Griffin & Bro. , tf , A Husband's Return. Twenty-seven years ago Eugene Stephcns.of Crawford county, Indiana, disappeared. A daughter was born a few months after Stephen's disappear ance and last weok a number of frionds assembled to celebrate ber marriage to a wealthy young farmer ot the vioinity. Jnst bofore tho ceremony took placo a stranger entered and took a position near tbo door. After tho ceremony Mrs. Stephens invited him to stay and ho ato with the other guests. As ho rose from tho tablo Mrs. Stephens handed him bis cano and hat and bade him leavojind never return. Tho -stranger proved to bo tho husband who bad de serted her just beforo hor child .was bom. Whother sho recognized him before inviting bim to dine is not known, bnt it is thonght recognition came whilo ho was at tho tablo. Ho pleaded to bo permitted to stay to explain, but sho sent him away. A moment after ho disappeared ebo was projstratod with tho exeitemont and is no seriously ill. Ayer's Pills aro reoommondod by leading physicians and druggists, as tho most prompt and effioient remedy for biliousness, nausea, oostftencss, indigestion, sluggishness of the liver, jaun dice, and siok headache; also, to relievo colds, fevers, neuralgia, and rheuma tism. Told by a Philadelphia lawyer. (Philadelphia Record. This is an after-dinner story told by a well known lawyer the other even ing, illustrative of legal difficulties that may ariso even in tho carrying oat ottho most amicablo contracts: "Thero woro once four brothers who had inherited a storage warehouse from their father, and who equally dividod the property among them. Among the appurtenances thoroto was a cat, a flno animal, excellent for mousing, and this, too, was divided, tho older brother owning tbo right front quarter, tho second brotbor tbo left front quartor, and tbo othor two brothers the two hind quartets. Now, unfortunately, tho cat in ono of its nocturnalprowls, injured the right front paw and the elder brother attended to that portion of his property by binding tbo injured mem ber, with a greased rag. Tho cat thankful for this relief to its sufferings, went to sleep ountontodly, beforo the fire, bnt in tho midst of its slumborsa falling coal ignited tho rag, and tho animal, howling with agony, dashed Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE through tbo warehouse, and coming into contact with somo cumbustibles, set the building on flro. ''When tho loss came to bo figured oat tho threo younger brothers wished to throw it oil upon tho elder, npon tbo ground that had ho not tirod up his part of tbo oat with an inflammable, rng tbo bnilding would not havo been destroyed. He, on tho contrary, contended that bad the cat only been possessed of tho front right paw, bis property, it would havo stood still and burned (o death. It was tho threo other paws that canscd tho damage. Tho brothers argned the caso until thoy died, bnt could never reach an agreement." Young men and women interested in a business education and wishing to know how to spend tho summer months to a good advantage, conld do no bettor than to writo to Prof. W. R. 8mitb, President of the Commercial College of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky., and receivo bis new illustrated catalogue. Students from eighteen States aro now in attendance. 19tf. Strengthening the Memory. Harper's Round Table. How to stiengen the memory is an interesting question. I think the best way is to use it constantly, making it Borvo yon by giving it deflnito facts and events to carry, as a might on a journey. Thero are many phases of tho problem, some peoplo finding that they cannot fix dates in their minds, others forgetting the faces and names of friends, and oth ers still having great troublo in committing anything by rote. Devices of rhymes and associations help somo persons, and others simply depend on memoranda, and do not tax thoir memories at all. As a rule, the more wo give the memory to do, however, the more quickly and faithfully it will respond to our wishes. In little children memory is retentive, because their minds are at tho stage when impressions ore easily mado; yon know tbo lino wbieh says that in childhood onr minds aro "wax to receive, and marblo to retain." So that wo should be very careful indeed about what wo say, what wo'do, and what wo teach, where tbo dear littlo ones are concerned. Some girls havo a groat deal of trouble in remembering the rnles of syntax", tho Latin conjugations, and tho pages of history which the teacher requires to be recited exactly as they are in the book. Try the method of studying aloud. Go away by yousolf to commit your lessons to memory, and then, over and over, Blowly, carefully, with yonr mind and attention fixed on what yon are doing, road phrases, sentences and formulas, over and over, and by-and-by yon will havo them by heart. I have often dono this when I havo wished to learn a. hymn or a poem, and I know that hearing what one is studying assists tho mere seeing." Then having other people in tho room, talking and laughing, is very distracting to tho attention. Try my method, and report theresnlts. Don't let anyono persuade yon to tako anything olse instead of Simmons Liver Regulator. Somo merchants will try to do this but not for your good. Thoy do it to mako a little more profit on somothing which is ot an inferior quality, though you must pay just as mnch for tbo bad as for the good. Be sure to tako Simmons Livor Regulator, and nothing elso. Look for tho Red. Z on every package. Joys of Intoxication. The New Bohemian, I latoly interviewed a man of most covivial habits on the pleasures of getting drnnk. I have long snspeotcd that there was an ocoult fascination about tho matter which was not understood and that nothing had over been said from tbo other Bide. a truth and a fellow Bohemian at onco kicks it over and talks about tho other sido ot tbo matter. So I intorviowod this man on tho othor sido of drunkonness nnd dolvod into tho fascinations for him in tho flowing bowl. It all bingos on those fow and simplo words with which tho naughty rovolor replies to ohiding: "Jnst think of tho fan I've had!" Jooand and decoived being! It turns ont that his fane is tho fabric of intoxioation's dream. Tho potent liqnor, bo it beer or ohampagne,!whicb makes him maudlin, carries him into a Mohammedan paradise, makes a king of him and opens for him all treasure housos of delight. He dwolls in bliss, and houris wait upon bim. It is an Eden whero thero aro no MEDICAL TREATMENT. 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I would not care for snch illusory pleasures, the merest Dead Sea apples of enjoyment, but it makes mo much moro charitablo to know that tho drunkard's riotous revelry is but a dream. What ho really docs is probably on tho bestial order, but ho poor deluded crcatnre floats aihly on golden clouds to rosy lands of bliss, plcasuro and joy. 80 would we off by fees bestial methods. Vem KSkToiotmI cf IttlUtot Tor. w. h. reeke, who makes a specialtr of Epilepsy, has without Fits doubt treated and cured more cases than any living Physician) hb success Is astonishing. Ve have beard o( easea of ao veara' atAniilno sk t cured by jU1 LUr: tie of his absolnte. cure, free- to any auffereri who may send their P. O. and Bipress address. Wo advise any one wishing; a cure tnaddreaa ProiYW. H. msz, F. 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