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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896052901 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. M , ,rft ' n', K f JVTHCRC Ant Ttblrc OTHtn BUTB, J fl M OWENS PINK MIXTURE fewwtl km! ! lit B4tU tiMrlftll fur nlf Cktldrm IHtt tcbUltii NOulHut ftf rtf fciuJ. (UfttiDUtd t tnl rure til I row Lit, flttttnl U Uk. tmJ The Haeteokd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, tf - ".-,- . Ml mkL iltiUtlm, WrIUUdif furfliiiUrt k 4tliHbiUfrM jQB w, rtofo 4 co., aKF K. r. ltirh 20c, an 60c. DoTTtca. tl(t M B VOL. VIII. HAllTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1896. THE PARMER'S STROLL. Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 44. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE IsSimmons 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 Malaria, Fever and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other Ills Winch shatter the constitution and t ret-lc Don't forget the word health. LlVLR REGULATOR. It Is SIA1MONS REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all othir And, besides this, SIMMON remedies. I IVfcK REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the keeps it properly at work, that your Liver, system may be kept In good condition. FOR TUB BLOOD take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood Try It and note purifier and corrector. Look for the RhD L the difference. on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and there Is no other Liver remedy REGULATOR-t- he por pearly DELKE 03 sljlsf j& a22rrrTD"-Jzziz- r It Cost Him tatiou, I Spy and Ropu- - Sollro8poot nnd Eko His Roll. EHI6L&SJ 0 "7 "--- 3ECJhJri HEZXjID THE! TLmTEIjBl.'XD. 0 K'B3ff?Tj.iswra y J5T".f ar Oh he was a lonely farmer, with n voice as solt as down, an! he well nequaintcd'with the manners oi the town. lie had heard the brook wa't Baking RoYal Powder ABSOLUTEE.Y died nt the residence of his father-in-laMr. C. O. Prilchard, of this city, where he had been teudcrly nursed aud cared for during his Illness of neatly two years of consumption. .Mr. lluUington was a son of Dr. W. H. Bullington, and was born nenr Mmiettn, Crawford county, Indiana, Jan. 26, 1858. In 188S he graduated from the Louisvills Law School, nnd ou Jan. 29, 1890 was married to Miss Lettie Pritchard, who survives to mourn his loss. In 1891 he removed to this city nnd engaged In the practice of his profession the law and. was fast building up a successful business when he was stricken down, with typhoid fever from which he suffered for many week, aud this was followed by lung trouble. He bore his nflliction bravely, and when the messenger came stated he was fully resigned to go, nnd expressed faith In a better life bejond. The funeral took place from the residence nt 3 p m. Sunday, Rev. R. A. Kemp, ot the a&333 PURE u fttf P 0 w XOO Per Cent, tne Hin.cis023a.es3't. WHITE FOR CATALOG VII- .- that gurgled through the "medder" by the mill, but he wasn't used to jieoplt who will' rob and steal and kill He was guilcless'as a maiden In her early days at school,' nnd he dressed in manner simple, am his garb was light and cool. He was ne'er a moment wortied by the lack of n cravat, and ns far as underclothing why, he never thought of that. Once he wondered to the city with the hayseed in his hair, and his whiskers like a Billy goat's were swaying iu the nir. When the breezes from the river kissed his burnt and swarthy cheek, nnd was like a babe in heaven, and he thought he'd stay a weik. "Gcshed if this halu't like the ken-tr- y, "cried this farmer old and gray, "unly there is more o' houses an n dern o'. hay. Thing I'd like It powerful well if I c'd bunk up hyarln town. Soon's I dij my crap o' 'titers, p'r'ap.s I'll try the thing a H'liiurrutle Aftpliyxlntlon. Upon the morning of December 31, 1892, within two months of .the close ot the Inst Republican administration theCourier-Journa- l head-line- d its pub- lication of Dun & Co's and Bradstrect's Tcview of trade thus: BF.STHVER KNOWN, THF. YRAR ENDING FHWER FAILURES DURING TIIR TWELVE MONTHS THAN SINC1J 188G. From these reviews it states that the year has beeu the most prosperous ever known with strong favorable indications for the future; that Clearing-TO-DA- like SIMMONS LIVER Kingof Liver Remedies, lie sure you get it. J. II. Zcllln ridlndclplilii. Va. Jhn.N. tllelin, LAWYERS, (Office, ore r Anderson's Bazaar.) CARD. PROFESSIONAL J.N. It. U'eililliiu, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counhouse statements, railroad enrn-ing- ties, and court of AppcnlB. Special nnd total of exportsnnd imports attention given collections. Also have exceeded the ' amounts of any Notary Public for Ohio county. s, Sold by authorized deal crs or direct from . roun'." When he wandered oil the Levee and meandered up the street, to his agricultural vision it was like heav-cul- y tieat. All the world was filled with glory aud his life was free from care, and his eyes with joy were sated and the wind blew through his 11 1MMEUQI 1, Tor MANUFACTURES, Hndrsn5Ky DOCTOR wo Don't now to ci'iu: N(t 'lulinrco. YouitsKi.r wiiii.i: uaiN jFfcker's ENQLISM will stop a cough In a nUbt. check a cohl ia .lay, and lur.coiuumptlun (( taken la tloia. II th little one lia o tV.iup or lVflon;nnij loutn, uie ir frffmriiv. iroup n.vtrr miai uiftatv, Fully ouc IT. halt thota of SjSKrt-O-"'1- - Tho irreat Tb. tlliaaia rroere.ittio rapidly that thtloaaof lew hour. In treatment It oltea ffttl. AlKKU'i Knoiihii Hi Jinny will cur. Croup, nnd It tiotiM be Icept III tbo haiMO for mmerirnclrn. A ! cent uutll ninjr .v. yuurcbild'a III. yi ThrfttliiiSIr,50r,t.alir)rsc(ll ACKKK MKDICINU CO. Jb IS ChMtuberiSt., JfevrYork, ... R.I.P-A-N-- S T ABULES nCQULATC THC STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE DLOOD. U4kl'BtlaUaIjMMllrt VfMUrr. OrHUe llrratli, Lm lo , KiriNS TAlIt'LIft ptkVk M.ilU la kitwa far iBdlyMlUa JIllUatncMt U tbroartii.cftreildrus'fUc.or liioall. tmnplt TUL JO C'nt AdJreM THC RIPAN3 CHEMICAL CO.. II SfltUCC HTHECT, KK17 YUUK CTTT. uiu Injurtou to rir rTftbvUi imub. notblotzbm4 iiawtu. UpAii ccnUla umI do t rODttltulion. Ani t Ickunt tj piv iraiuiKiiai rviiwr u. fftciuu. od ms. Uny bo urdentJ cdu pr yrle-w dl JtT IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALITY, I WHITE'S CREAM FOR VERfVHFUO! Haa led all I 20 YEARS WORM Romodloo. GUARANTEED. EVERY BOTTLE I DUUOOISTS. DU'UY itniiftiiioi kiiuuiko., T. Lnni. morlcan Stoam LaundrgW PlUNOrTl'OK, Ky., finest work of any laundry in Kentucky, The Goods work ia nil guaranteed. re not torn up, lint tiro return cd in good condition, Docs the Laundry Slnppod on Monday, roturnod on Friday. lUitTFoitit, m J. Kakl Taylok, Ky. Agt. . lift, Why suffer with Coughs, Colds aud I.aOrippe when Laxativp Uromo Quinink will cure you In one dny. Does not produce the ringing In the head like Sulphate or Quinine. Put up in tablets convenient tor tnkin)?. Guaranteed to cure, or money reituid ed. Price, 35 Cents, Por sale by Williams & Dell, Haitford; K. V. Willlams.Ueaver nam; A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Brown & Chapman, Ccntettown; R. K. He Co., Kockport. l'rr.uiiul, Fbhk 64. page medical reference book to any person afllicted with any special, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to their sex. Address the leading phyf iclans nnd surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway & Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 43-i- r. UmdatUit anil Xeumlola cured by Dr. itrlrJt' 1'AKN J'lLU). "Outiccut a tlm." ing Consumption, tried without result everything eles then bought one Ulaytot),XevadnCo.,Ark.,Jaii.28,'U5. new serial novel ol New York society, bottle of Dr King's New Discovery hurekn Chemical it Mlg., Co., La by Margaret Lee. opens brightly in and in two weeks was cured. He is For forty Crosee, Wi. Gentlemen: this number. Amongst the slioit mutually thankful. It is such reenls I used tobacco in nil its forms. e ot tli.it tiinn I stories is a UeWghtlul one entitled sults, ot which thtse are samples, yearn For twenty-fiv"The Bridge," by Mrs. Luuut 'I hnmp thnt prove the wonderful efficacy of was it gieal Mifierer from geueial ami heart disease. For lilieen son. The poems nie by F.tla Iliggiu-so- n, this medicine in Cought nnd Colds years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I Alfred Autliu, Clinton Scollard Free trial bottles at WIliiams& Bell's took various remedies, among others uud Henry TjulII. Drug Store. Regular size 50c, and "NoToll.ic." "The Indian Tobacco $1 00. Chlorideof Gold." Antidote." Double This testimonial is unsolicited nnd My etc., etc., but iioiiu ot thorn did 1110 tho for the benefit ot humanity. l UrNnllltlilllK least bit of good. Fiuully, however, daughter has beeu subject to severe Fordsville. Ky.. May 18, 1896. colds uad croup uud oitcit tnkeu with 1 purchn&ed box of your ''llueo Curo" and it has entirely cured meol violent coughing spells nt night. Dr. At a meeting of the Fordsville Camp the habit in nil its forms, and I have Bell's Pine Tnr Honey Is the only No 7, Sons of Veterans, the following were resolution's mid increased thiity pounds in weight nnd preparation I have touun that will re- preamble 1 think it is as necessary adopted: am relieved from nil the numerous lieve her. house-hol- d ns n llle preserver in the uehes uud prinsut body nnd uijud. I on n steamboat. WmtnUAS, It has pleased our FathRes'y, could wiilu aquiruof paper upou my (an 18,1895. 11. L. JnssRL, er in Heaven to remove lrom our changed feelings and condition. 202 W.ilndge St., Louisville, Ky. midst our dear comrade and friend, Yours lebpecttully, T. II. Maiiiuiky. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin&nro., John M. Biowti, son of C. C, Brown, l'nstor C. 1. Uliuieh, Clayton, Ark. diugglst, and Renlrow Bros., who died May 15th at Whitesville, Sold by all druggist at 81.00 per Ky. Ky. Aged 16 years 6 months and 13 box; tbreo boxes, (thirty days' treatwritten days, therefore be it ment), $2 C0 with iroii-chuonim:. Farmers arc jubileut over the guaiauteu, or sent direct upon icccipt Ki:soi.vitr, That while we mourn of prieo. Wr'tlo for booklet and rnius, the loss of our friend and comrade we proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mlg. 1. M. Holloway aud L. P. Crowder bow in submission to the will ol an Co., Ln Crosfe, Wis., and Uoston, were iu Il.ttUoid Monday. nil w'sc Providence, who does nil 37-- 0 mo. Mass. Mr, Jonathan Ratey and wife arc things well, nnd tender our sincere visiting their daughter, Mrs. Allen, nnd heartfelt sympathy to his sorHe sure to get Simmons I.iver at Bufjrd. rowing parents and family in this, for yourSpring Medicine. It's Mr. G. B. Willi mis, Hartford was their great bereavement. the old reliable that does the old folks In town yesterday. Rksoia'IU), That the Comrades of so much good. Don't let nnyone Mrs II. T, Thompson, Horton, is Camp No 7, wear the usual badges of persuade yi u to take anything else visiting her father's family, mourning for thirty dajs. That these You can always tell Siminstead. Mrs. Lee Canon and little daughtresolutions be spread on the minute mons Liver Regulator by the Ked Z er, Dcanfield.are visiting her parents, bonk and be published in the Weekly Don't forget the Mr M. S. Raglund and family. package. 011 the IJxpress, Tub IIautpoud Rnrunu-CAword Regulator Simmons Liver Reg Mr. James Myers and family, Vine The Grayson Ga.ette, The ulaloi better than anything else, Grove, are visiting his father's lamily Louisville Commercial and The ami sure to do you good, here. National Tribune and a copy furnishMrs. Susan Taylor and daughter, ed to the family of our deceased visited her Hortou, I heard of Dr. Hell's Pine Tnr Hon. Miss Mnrv, ey for sale at the Stoic ot Mtbbrt.. daughter, Mrs. Jarnagiu this week. Green be the turf above hlui, Mauy. Onnii, Burnett & Co's, Orantubttrg, Fiiend of our childhood days, Ill,,nndtuetting many commendations None knew him but to love him, from diflereut persons of its wonder, 15 K. Sutherland Med. Co : Or named him but to praise, fill merits, I thought I would try n Ghnts: I write this letter becnuse bottle. I have been seriously eflccted 1 believe you hive uiade u discover John M, Krtv, ) ' J. I HAHnitii, Com, for 35yeara with n cough and pains in a cough, cold, throat nnd lung remin my side nnd Ineast that were cnus. edy thnt the tifnple ought to have. I B F. Bwhwur.-- I ing me n miserable life. I spent hurt refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tnr Honey. I dieds of dollars with doctorn aud fur have thoroughly tested It aud kuow lit llullliih'toii'M llruiiier. medicines, but everything failed until Its wonderful It cures. merits. The Roekporl Journal has the folleiucdy. It Any one who ever needs n remedy of I tried this wonderlul be lowing to say regarding the death of never should beuts the worli and saved my llle. I this, kind recommend Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey without n bottlo nt Dr, Bell's Pine the brother of our fcllow.townsiunu, JitititY M Portuu, to everybody with weak lungs. It is Tnr Houey. Mr H. L. Bulllugtoii: , Glass un 1 Quecnswnre, a great success, J 11 Kosr.ix, Death came at 13 nu on Thursday Paduchnh, Ky. Orantsburg 111 Jnn, 15. 1895 May 20,1895. For sale by 7. Wnyne Griflln&Bro , Inst mid releised C. A, lluUington For sale by 55 WnyueUrlfun & Urn , from the nflliction under which he had druggist, ami Renlrow Bros , Nar- druegist, nnd Renfrow Bros , Ky, rows, Ky. sulTerrcd eo long nnd patiently. He Lake-dweller- s ttr-jip- rl. 11 Nnr-row- s, ul Reg-ulato- n com-rndc. Nur-row- s, Tho tobacco habit grows on a man until liis nervous system is tcrionsly ullccled, itnparinx health, comfort and To tjuit suddenly i too hnppicess. severe a shock to tliu s htcii), as tobai;-c- o to nu inveterate user becomes n etiinulntit that hi system continually is n tcieiililif crnves. "Unco-Curcure for the tocacco habit, in nil U forms, carefully eoniponiHled after the formula of an eminent Berlin physi- cians who has need it in his private practice since 1872. without n failiue. it h purely vegotable and guaranteed perlcctly linimliess. V011 un ue nil the tobaccii ynu wnnt while Inking "llaco-Curo.- " It will nniily you when to M"p. Wo give a written guarantee to cure permanently any erte with thitu bn.Nri, or reltiutl the nimiey with 10 per cent, inter't. "llaeo-Uur- o" is not n substitute, but a tcientilic euro, that curen with-ou- t the aid of will power aud with nil inconvenience. It leaves the sbtem as pure and tree from nicotine us the dny ynu tool; our first chow or smoke Cured Ily UueoUuro and gained Thirty pounds. From hundreds of testimonial, the original ot which aro on file and open to inspection, the following is preseiilH ed. o" I ' April. The "Lee of Virginia" series of il lustrated articles is continued in the April uumLtr of Prank Leslie's Popular Monthly. Tlie pteseut chapter, the third of the scries, is devoted to the early life of Robert U. Lee his liovhond, his West Point training, his marriage with Mary Randolph Custis, residence at Arlington, nnd oietthirty years' service inthe United States Army, including the brilliant t'rHiik I.rlln'M lMnlnr Monthly campaign 111 Mexico, where he won rapid promotion and the cordial admiration of his great commander, General Winfield Scott. The and potimts accompanying "Lee oi Virginia" are especially illus-iruliGi- is this mouth. A charming pefeoiul description of Mile. Emma Calves, the queen of the opera season, is given, together with some of her Palis portraits, never before publish-e- d, aud numerous "snap-sho- t" glimpses cf her "farm" life at Cnbri-ercin the houth of France. Other illustrated articles me "Feasts of Labor," "Tourniue nnd its Castles," "Man hud the Anriltnnls," "Birds of Paradise," "riie of Venezuela" and "Air Ships." The s, hair. But, alas! there came a moment, nnd it was n time accurst, when he sought to quench the nrdor of his raging rural thirst. Then he dalllied with the tempter in a light and airy vein, but it seized him by the collar and upset his fevered brnin. Then he wandered like a specter with its long and and skinny hands, down iuto the Peds of Lava, down into the Awful Lands, nnd he recked not ot the danger ot the pathway that he trod till n dusky siren caught him nnd relieved him of his wad Woe snd woe for Mr. Farmer and his roll fliat vanished quite! Woe and woe lor Mr. Farmer and his dreams of rare delight! Never more will he meander throiuh the laud where beauty lies thick ns hornets on a sapling or as clouds in summer skies! Safe withiii his rural bower he will contemplate the time when ne dallied with the tempter in the city's slums and slime. Oh! he'll never care to wander from the dear old farm again, and he'll leave the quest of pleasure to a scoother set of men. Tito I.ltvN Natril, Phoeby Thomas, of Junction City, 111., was told by her doctors she hid Consumption and that thers was no hope for her. but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she wys it saved her life. Mr Thomas Hggers, approachMrs Church, conducting the sevic-e- s, after which the remains were laid to rest in Rockportcemetery, the Ma- -' soaic order conducting the burial. Tlure was a large attendance at the funeral, attesting the high esteem in which the deceased was held by the community and the deep sympathy for the bereaved family. M. 12. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the ture remedy in Klectrlc Bitters. This medicine does not stluius late and contains no whisky nor oth er intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and riterative. It acts mildly on stomach and bowels, adding strength and giv- ing tone to the orgnns, thereby aidind Nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people Cnd it just exactly what they need. Price fifte centsand $1.00 per bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. He stood before St. Peter and applied for admission to the holy land. "Cannot admit you, sir."" "Cannot admit me!" exclaimed the dismayed applicant. "Haven't I lived a Christian?" " '"Yes, In the main." "Haven't? I obeyed thelaws'of the' landf'U ifhjrllu Wait llelmrrcil. "Oh, yes." "Then what Is my offense?" "You wanted to stop your mews-papeand instead ot dropping a line to the publisher and paying all arrearages, you had the postmaster to send him a line to the effect that his paper was refused. A man so mean and contemptible as that could find no company in heaven; so please mqve on to the land where they don't shovel snow." Acltrrtlillift-. r, Competition renders advertising a necessity, nnd scarce is the business that has none This may not be in your town, but is surely iu an adjoining one, and these times of rapid transit and cheap transportation, together with n desire to see a, live mnn's stock of goods and secure a published bargain, always catches the purchaser who has an eye on his Interests. But he who does no adver- Commercial. tising tells you that hesaves Just that Remember E. L. Bullington isthe cost each year. Of course he does; anil in addition to this 'cost he saves boss barber and will do your work and easy. himself a lot of labor hi tying up quick saves his stock of goods packages, and perhaps borrows, money to pay his rent. The time has passed, ' in this country, when dead men can get to the front, aud he who hustles, who attracts the public, is the man who Contagious B'ood. l'olsou lias been appropriately called the curse of mankind . wins. Agnln, the pnrty who It the one disease that physicians can keeps his wares before the notis cure; their mercurial aud potasli public, beats the one who advertises remedies oniy Dome up uur poison 111 surely break by spells. It must not be forgotton, the system, toform, resulting forth iu a more virulent in a total however, that these advertisements wreck of the system. Ir. Prank II. Martin, a prominent be need constant care. They must worked oyer often, new leaders and Jeweler at 936 Pcnsylvania Ave., Washlugtoji,lJ.,say: ?3SlV'v5'i. peonew attractions brought out and I was lor n long treat ple arc as eajrer to read them as they ii time undertwo of uieut of EVA nre the neighborhood news. The dull tllc kei' physi- MrMt MrPt ctaus 01 tuts cuy, season, which comes in every trade, vtjy y- lot a. severe case . jfiS t and the lively seais made less dull, Y of blood poison. son more lively judicious advertising. but my condition n T r grew worse all Triiiln nt Home, the while, not He Is withstanding the Who is the home merchant? lact mat tuey the man who helps pay for the streets j charted me three W ?Milud? iH' .uf Hum ru. .i.Minra 'JU Tl upon which you walk; for the school My mouth was In which your children, or pethaps was filled you, were educated, he helps to keep almostwith esliiiL' sores: un towruuthree away, so that for eaten up the church in, which you worship; months I .was unable totusteany eolid he is the man who builds n home food. My hair was coming; out rapidly, T which enhnnchea the value of your aud was iu a horrible fix. Iliad tried various treatments, and wasuearl f disevery subscription paper couraged, when a friend recomuuindtd propertyi After had taken that is passed, his name is upon It; S.S.B. to get better,1 uud four boltI les, I bad began when he is the one who cannot aflord to finished elghteeu bottles, I was tured swindle you; self Interest, if nothing sound aud well, my skin 1 m with out a and I have bad no return of else, would prevent this; he bears bis blemish, the disease. 8.S.S.!avcd me from ir. life share of the burden of goverment and of misery," S.S.S. (guaranteed puxrtly stays with you iu sunshine nnd dark- Vfgtfable) will cure any case of b IckhI free-trad- previous year. It reports that "the year closes with all woolen, cotton and silk machinery fully employed, and unsold stock of goods much lighter than usual, while the demand for the coming season already exceeds the capacity of many mills. The orders in dry goods are extraordinary. Sales of wool at the chief markets have increased 70,000,000 pounds over last year, and foreign imports have been the largest ever known." There had been fewer failures than since 18S6, and the average liabilities had been the least for fourteen years. One year later, upon December 30, 1893, after the first ten months during which time the Democratic party had full control of the government headsince i860, the Courier-Journ- al lines its reviews of commercial agencies thus: THE YEAR 1893 IN COMMERCIAL DISASTERS AND DEPRESSIONS .THE WORST IN FIFTY. From Dun & Co. it states that: "Starting with the largest trade ever known, mills crowded with work and all business stimulated with high hopes, the year 1893 has proved, in sudden shrinkage of trade, in commercial disasters nnd depressions of industries, the worst lor fifty years. The year closes with the prices of many products the lowest ever known, with millions of workers seeking in vain for worV, and with charity laboring to keep back suffering and starvation In nil. our cities." It states that the collapse of industry and business is almost without pre-- . cedent, The iron and woolen Indus, tries have tallen off over one-haand the price of wool had descended to 's the lowest point ever known. reported the number of Business failures to have increased over 50 percent., while the liabilities had amounted to $402,400,000, nn increase of over 400 per cent ot t'ae pnevious year, Dun & Co. significantly remark that the scanty records of 183710 not show whether the disasters of that year were relatively as severe as those of the year just ended. As 1837 was another of the years in which the Democratic party nscendijd to power, e pledged to enforce a policy, aud nearly, swept , the couutry into general bandruptcy, the-- comparison was apt and suggestive Whatever the comparison may prove, certain it is that the results durin g each year prove that the less we have of the Democratic policy and adlministmtion the better we will be ofT.- - Louisville lf Brad-street- Tames jUl.. Smitli, RTTDRNEY HAitxroitn, JT ky. AW Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, aud court of Appeals. Special attention given t" Office east side of publii collections. square. M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Will practice thier profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Hartfoku, 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. It. WEDDING W. H. BARNES ATTORNEY AT Hartford, Ky. practice his proieseion in all courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commeri cial Hotel. LAW WILL Attorney o. :m:. B.A.iESiisriEi'i' HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to al Col business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office, over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. at Law, E3. 3- Attorney ai irv JCa" ATTE7rm TI ffinnnt.11 - 3MDE3u9l31., Allnrneii Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counSpecial attention given to col ties. lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney atKY. ldiW HARTFORD, given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, &c, making also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public spure. JNO. B. WILSON, Blood Poison. Hahtfokd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully nnd promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith fc Co., Market Street. Attorney at aw R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, con-stnnt- ly )r.. pi. J. B. umaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat, EVANSVILLE, IND. Office 416 Upp. First st, VICKERS, Ik m fW V f Attorney at Law, IIllRTt'ORD, Ky., Will practico his profession iu Ohio Special atand adjoining counties. tention given to all businesi entrusted (0 his care. Office 011 Market Street, over L. 1J. Slovens' grocery. mmm 'W m HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in till tho Courts ot Ohio Special aud adjoining couuties. given to collections. with County Attorney. Office Attorney at law, ARMISTEAD JONES, ' ni, An th mar trlntf uu wulih. Protect CO . F.t Attof. WrlU JOHN WKlulSHIlUIIN Wtabliigioa, 1). O., for Ibtlr II.Duu vrUa offer iui llit or liuaar4 luTtntluu wuM. Wanted-tot '!'"( Idea SSSS lo ness, in the days of adversity, These are a few reasons why your pationage should be given to the home merchant. poison. prosperity and and Its treat uient. mailed frfe by Swift Spec! tic Co., Atlanta, Ga. Hooks on thedisease sss Bri'UHI.icans of tho 1th Congressional District would do us great favor it Uiey would send in the nus rout each couuiy. ." .nnifcV'i--.TJi"i.rV- iV WWII nmtmmmsmmBt jmnttBlK?S Mr.Wood Tinsley who hat juit ri HARDINSBURG. turned from tho Stato Encampment, Nl.1I At A.VIiniSII.V ..Krtllnr. s.i)8 he never Btw more orderly and sober crowd in his life thin was at the Robin Hood Gives Some Subscription, $1.25 por yonr. Kucampment. Tho Herald this week Political Hits, Friday, May 29, 1896. says Gov. Bradley's SuHVai druuk and disordtrly. Mr.Tiuiloy informs And Winds up His Artlclo by Botes and Tonus. Giving Nows Notos of Subscriptions $1.25 per nnnuni in iif'tlint that report is lalie, but it doesn't go very far when it it pubnil van ce. His Town. locnl notices 10c per line first In lished iu the Jferald, neuplo are to .sertlon and sccncli subsequent Inser- used to its falsehood. tion. Large contracts special rates. At our Circuit Court just past, only ' n Calls on candidates and political Mil. Ben Miixkr who has been one person was sentenced to the penmatter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, mid chosen chairman of tho Todd County itentiary. The jury gave liitn one must invaribly be paid for in advance, Republican Committee, has written a year. The judge however took comunless party ordering publication is card to tbe Hopkinsville llanner, in passion on the boy, he is a colored responiiblc therefor. youth of about 16 years of age and Job Work olnll kinds promptly and which he thanks the Republicans of granted him a newtrial. Whereupon neatly executed. the county for the honor they havo he plead guilty and was fined 75. conferred ou him. In his card Mr. Iodgb Graimu:- - Mr. John C. Republican Ticket. Miller gives Republicans in his disof Leltcbfield, is a candidate for trict some good advice, and shows that Congress. We understand Mr. Grahe is a Republican from principle. ELECTION NOV. 3.1806. ham Is at work on a scheme whereby Todd county should congratulate ithe wilt be enabled to consolidate the self on securing such an admirable For Congress, Democratic and Third party vote and chairman. Hon. Jno. V. Lewis. by thN means take hold of his boot Hartford Republican Gra-hai- n, straps and lift himself into the seat MEMORIAL DAY. are owing us on subscripnow so ably filled by Uncle John W. is a day that should ttir Lewis. Mr. Graham, however, will tion, pleaso call aiul settle at ONCE. the emotions and arouse the patriot, find that whilst he Is getting Third Tho t&c ou your paper will indicate ism of every heart. It is a day devot- party votes on hla free sllverism, he how much you owe. Now, we are ed to our soldier dead. There is, on will be losing sound money votes. earnest about this matter and the part ot the American people a He will lose two votes while making in MUST have money. Wo have made growing disposition, to attain to one But this silver boomerang Is wealth and iutluence. The past and not the only thing with which Brer. repeated appeals to some of you in its history, and tbe heroes who have Graham will have to contend; there regard to your accouuts.but you have died iu freedom's cause, are all but is Uncle John W. Lewis whom we not leepoudcd. It takes money to forgotten iu the mad, wild rust) tor have already mentioned. If Mr. Graham undertakes' to tun against him pay our bills, and a few dollars from maternal aggrandizement. before he gets through, he will think pen." us very greatly. row, however will bear the martini you will assist Well thiugs are moving on the this is aweary, weary world in which Pleaso attend to this and let us bear music of fife and drum; will sen we li ve, and will wish he bad never quite up here so in conclusion I will marching columns and flying flags; ask through these columns to stand from you without delay. been born will see grassy mounds strewn with firm for the man who stands firms As to Assessors: In last weeks violets and roses, and and all in honor for you and whose thoughts nre not Hon. Henry Watterson has put issue the correspondent to this paper of the bravo who sleep in death. of how much it will be in his own the deep blue sea betwixt himself and from Olaton, makes out a slate of business caie and worldly afLet pocket, but how much iu the pocnet his native land. This tecures for the county candidates to be elected In fairs be forgotten for a iluv. The heof his people. Talk for Lewis, vote distinguished journalist n serener and He renominates one N. C. 1S97. roic dead demand our tribute at !eat for Lewis, for by so doing you are Daniel, for the office of Assessor. calmer mind than if he were at home for one short day in tho iptce ot a For tbe benefit of this gentleman helping yourself and your lellow mer . during this campaign. year. Memorial day is not intended from Olaton, and also the people Giuioni into. at m The difference between the Demo- for old soldiers alone. To them to bo larje, we submit section 104 of our Arc Vm One and the Demo- sure the day is most impressive. For present constitution, which is in Of those unhappy people who are cratic party of cratic party of we will fay teu as they march to the cemeteries where, manner and former as follows, to wit: suffering- with weak nerves, starting years ago, is this: Then it had some in their comradts rest, they know j "The general Assembly may abolish every slight sound, unable to endure ! -1 II J M. .U. .1 . as. ... vivors win iu lew l.t.. uuicc ui. Assessor inuI proviue any unusual disturbance, finding it few principles for which it contended, 0111 tuc lutu mej now it has none at all. years at most, march out of the land that the assessment of property shall impossible to sleep? Avoid opiate of the living aud into the land of the be made by other officers, but it shall and nerve compounds. Feed the Tin: reason so many Democrats are dead, The band of old soldiers a have power to the office ot nerves upgn blood made pure and it so keenly interested in the opinions of Assessor and ptescibe his duties. nourishing by the great blood purifier constantly decreasing one. Maj. McKinley, is, that they already Erstwhile they march with firm Xo perKm thall be eligible (0 the office and true nerve tonic, Hood's Sarsapa-rilllook upon him as their next Presisteps with heard made strong by of Atyitor (wo corweutite terms." dent. It is quite natural for Ameri- vigorous manhood. Now they falter, The Olaton correspondent will r Hood's Pills are the best cans to show great interest iu one who their steps arc feeble and the day it therefore observe that he will have to pills, assist digestion, prevent is to be their President. man for Assessor. constipation, one of mingled clarinets and sadness. hunt up another 25c. Tint arAfv rteUmtii hoovt ehmilri iatVa Perhaps the gentleman would not be Why should the original Hartford HorM rtreaklne. averse to being struck by lightning , I am prepared to handle horses, and JJerald demand that McKinley give a part in this tribute to the dead war- -' himself make a specialty of breaking horses We who are living enjoy the his financial views to the public? The rior. Judge J. R. McBeath, of this Judi- that have been spoiled. Prices reasoriginal JJerald should not be so per- result of the conflict in which thouscial district, will be a candidate for onable and work guaranteed. ands fell. We are at peace in a unitsistent. It might force Mr. McKinWash Duncan. Hartford. Judge McBeath is an ed aud happy nation. Sweet. peace ley to give his views just to rid himable Judge, but his politics are of Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. self of the annoyance of the JJerald. prevades the nation throughout. The Best Slve in the world for such a miserable sort that it would be "Peace in the quiet dales, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt This would be quite hard ou Mr. Mcwell to give some good Republican Maderankly fertilebythebloodotraen; Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, ChapKinley. Peace in the woodland and the lonely the soft berth in which hehas snoozed ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all so long. glen. Skin Kruptious, and positively, cures IIoN. J. C. S. Blackburn, be who Peace in the peopled vales Oim Frihnds the jncmv: The Piles, or no pay required. It is guarfailed to be elected Senator by the anteed to give perfect satisfaction or Democrats of this county have ex"Peace in the crowded town; Kentucky Legislature, lms announced Peace in a thousand fields of waving hibited some interest duiing the last ruotey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SALS BY Williams & groves, that ho will forego the pleasure ot a week in their County Convention Bell. tf Peace In the highway and the flowing trip to the Moral Academy at Annapwhich is to be held here lane. Food, when it sours on the storn olis, mid will attend the Democratic Peace o'er the wind swept down. There has been no small amount of unwholeConvention at Lexington instead, discussion between the gold bugs ach, becomes innutritiveand "Peace on the whirring' marts, some. It poisons the blood, and both where he will try to prevent instrucLast week a Peace where the scholars thinks tbe and silver beetles. prominent attorney and Democrat mind and body suffer in consequeuce. tions for J. G. Carlisle. It daily bethe hunter loams, What is needed to restore perfect dis comes mure apparent that Carlisle Peace, God of peace, peace, peace, in who is a sound money man and one all our homes of our leading farmers who is a free geslion is a dose or two of Ayer's Mr. his own state. cannot carry Aud all our hearts." stiver man of the most rabid sort, had Pills. They never fail to relieve. lilackburn wauts to repay Bter. Cai old soldier goes a heated discussion, and came near Therefore as tbe mm 1 ix. lisle for the little sashay he made iu again to deck witk tlowert the grave having a personal difficulty. The Every thing is flourishing except this btato in the interest of sound of hit comrade, the heart aud head of attorney however kept cool, elte they corn that is planted in low land, it is money, thereby assisting in the dethe cation should be with him in hit would have undoubtedly scrapped. damaged cousiderbly by the recent of Mr. Hardin and Mr. Blackfeat It s quite sad to see good Democrats rains. act of tribute and devotion to the naburn himself. Messrs. J. II. Thomas and J. II. falling out over this matter. They tion's slain, Memorial day is not a time fur should remember the scriptural text Richardson are engaged in floating SOUTHERN REPUBLICprejudice or strife. Tho dead soldier which says: Behold how pleasant it saw logs In Muddy creek. ANS. Mrs. Tatum is still confined to her who gave his life for tbe lost is lor bretheren to dwell together in Tho Republican nomination for bed. Mrs. Sam Austin is on the tlck Unity." The Convention cause is remembered. President is already settled. It is Kind hands and hearts in which will be dominated largely by the free list. now conceded that McKinley and the Miss Nannie Raley, of Beaver Dam, silver men.. If the sound money men their is no hate pay trliuto to him; Tho Vice President hour will meet. make any fight at all, they will be visited friends iu this section last rccoguizing that he was brave and however, is yet to be made. run over rough shod. Prof. Sback-le- tt, week. fearless in defending what to him was of this place, who is a free silver-HWho shall be his running mate? is Every voter in Ohio county should right, and thus as tbe graves of our went out to Jolly's Station last be taking Tin: RrrunucAN and read now the only matter to bo determinB. II. ed at the St. Louis Convention, as heroes arc covered with tokens of love Saturday night, which is a strong the news. we should remember that: tree silver hold and spoke to the boys. concerned. far as candidates are E. W. Baghy, n prominent lawyei more shall the war cry sever That part of the county will attend ofPaducah, Ky., says that Dr. bell's Is not the south entitled to this "No Or the winding tiver be red;, the convention In force, and the free Pine Tar Honey cured his children of plncaon the ticket They banish our anger forever, else When we remember tho hopeless When they laurel the graves of our silver fellows will be in the saddle whoopiug cough when all tilings prepared to ride dawn all opposition. failed. It's a new remedy for coughs. dead; fight that Southern Republicans have Guarantee by nil dealers. For bate Under the sod and the dew Rev. Mr. Ferrell, ot Louisville, by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist been making since the war, a fight, Waitiug the judgment day; preached Sunday morning and evenaud Renfrow Bros., Narrowsl Ky. " Love and tears for the Rlue; though hopeless, yet bravely waged. Tears and love tor the Gray. ing at the Baptist Church. He filled When wo remember that we havo Our readers who aredeslrous of imthe place of Rev. Hunt who is the recently placed Kentucky, Louisana lpii, I.oiijr y.olitjunt. proving their farm or other property and Missouri nmong tho Republican Kentucky is now unwittingly rear- regular pastor, but was unable to fill neat, substantial and economical be no doubt in ing a successor upon whose shoulders his appointment. Slates, then there can fences, will be interested intheadver. A whale was on exhibition at tisement of Kitselman Bros., ot men that the mantle of Secretary John G, Carthe minds of all the South b entitled to second place lisle will noturally fall. The old Cloveiport last week. It was towed Ridgeville, Indiana, which appears Commonwealth maycongratulateher-sel- f up the river and has been exhibited elsewhere In this paper. 011 the ticket. that she has a Republican states at towns along the bank. Tho South can never expect recogTo prevent the hardening of the Sir. Prank Ilaswell is at home afmnn who can take care of the portfonition from the Democratic party. subcutaudous tissues of the scalp and That party knows full woll that thu lio as creditable as does the great ter an extended trip throujh Indiana the obliteration of the hair follicley, majority of the Southern States will Democrat. If McKinley or any other and Missouri. which cause baldness, use Hall's Mr. A. X. Kincheloe, of this place, blindly support the ticket, whilo Republican goes into the White Renewer. House the Cabinet lightning will has accepted a position as traveling Hair The Northern States will not. a Everybody is invited to attend the Democratic party thereforo will in strike Kentucky and bolt straight salesman for Pichhennen Bros. &Co., Treasury will strike in of Cincinnati Ronm Hoou. jubilee at Beaver Dam June 6th. the future, as it hus in the past, spurn from the Frankfort. State Treasurer Long is that section of the country from which Whenever a druggist tells you he Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years now in training forWashington. He is derived, has something justasgood forcotighs, old, living at ut8 Monroe street, its most substantial nid has instituted methods that it put o iCy., S4a that Dr. Bell's Pine grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTnrllons and will select its standard bearer force will reduce the pnbllc expenTar Honey is the best grip cure, ey don't you believe it, for we guar-an- te from tho North for tho purpose of ditures that it is not true. We make 50 per cent. I.onij was reared cough, lung and bronchial remedy making votes. The South is practi- on a Kiuall firm in Western Kentucky ed been t"e P60!1' the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The K. E. cally ignoted by tho Democratic pai and in his eyes a silver dollar is a, j Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky, ty. u m . 4JC uua For sale byZ. Wayne Griffin &Bro., KcnffOW IttOS., NOKOWS, Ky. as it massizejaw anu stuau, ueepsei eyes The Republican party dniggist.nnd Renfrew Bros, narrow: i.num: coiiNrv, Ky. over has been, is broad minded and and a burglar-proo- f skull. He is "It ain't hard," said a LaUue counholding the administration up by the ty farmer last week as he paused in liberal; it rises above projudico and Now that tho South tail aud making State constrators front of a dry goods store here in sectionalism, The Star. husbliown u disposition to endorse Re- sweat blood. town, carrying in his hands a few Wbw lUby u alcV, wo sura lur Cutorta. Republican yards-o- f publican principles, the calico, two or three straw Wheu aba u a CliUJ, aba cried for Castorl. UMION, party will be ready to recognize tho Tobacco planting is the order of the hats and some thread, "for me to tell Vrbtn klu bucama UUi, tho duns to Cutorta. Ua4 0 JUreo aba g? thwn Curtorlw South, if Southern Republicans will day. Crops generally looking Melt. why I'm a Republican ;seems that un- Whan only nek it. der a Republican admisistration I Died May 16. the little son of RichThere are many Southern Rcnub. Prszell, aged two weeks. brought my wool to town, sold it and lictius who would grace thoVicu Pres ard aud Ada Mr. Melvin Taylor and his brother, got all the goods I needed and had a idential chaii; who would bean honor SALESMEN Let Ward Taylor, are very sick but with I little money left. Then on tbe other WANTED 10 the putty and to tho nullou. line of Nursery. hand, under a Democratic ad minlatra Southern Republicans therefore de. little hope of rtcovery, Liberal Salary or Commiislon paid maud that tho nominee for Vice PresMr. Pen Taylor and family, of Mlon I have just as much wool and weekly, Permanent und Paying nave got to neru very nine goousu 1 ident be 11 Southern man. Suullhous.speut a few days at Liberty to good men. Special induceexpect mjr wool to pay for them, i'tu ments to beginners. last week. Exclusive terriRepublican party because the Write at oiico tory given it desired. Mr Thad Barnard aud wile were for the ' for me " !)5 4m for terms to LUHtS Wnlkt All list ."Ifi I IH the guests of A. C. Stevens Saturday I Republican party is CO,. I Speaking of pardons, the Demo- IIAWK8 NURSERY In llmtt hnlil tir druiwUti Frl nii,tt ROCHESTEII, N. Y, S. R. F. ' crates allowed themselves to forget Ir you w To-m- or that they once had a Governor by the named Blackburn, not Joe1 by a lung shut. Luke Blackburn, who couldn't find enough men to pardon, the State couldn't convict men hall as fast as he pardoned them and he had to pick out men he thought might break the law aud pardon them. Guess you Democrats had better fix up family matters first. Here is a few Democratic predicts ions which you'll doubtless find to bo just as much like a Democrat as one pea is like nnother: "January, 1896 The Rcpubl c n party is torn by internal feuds. The Venezuelan message of President Cleveland will unite the country in his support. March The Republicans are speaking of Mi jor McKinley for President, but he is opposed by a powerful combination. Now is the Democratic opportunity. May The Republicans seem to be uniting on Major McKinley, the high priest of protection, etc. Democrats must nwake. The welfare of the country demands, etc., etc." And so it goes on until November when it'll be: "Well owing to we couldn't win but we'll fix 'em In 1900." The Democrats It are wonderfully prophets, ecy next. Occasionally they hit but its so all.fired seldon that they may be seen around the Court House and ou the street corners declaring to each other that accidents will hap- I I People find Just tlm help tlicy to much need, In Hood's SiiMap.irtlla. It tho ilclivcl strength by vltalllng iintl cm Idling the blood, and thus builds up the ucru's, tones thu stomach and regulates tho whole system. Head till: I want to tirntao lload'a Sursanarllln. Sty health run down, and I lioil tho grip. After that, my heart and nervous sjatvm were badly Affected, so that I could not du my own work. Our physician rivvo mo como help, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. Soon I could do all my own housework. I havo taken puil-tyin- Nervous ffarniicirel g, JTarnirareT! Hood's Pitts with Hood's Barsaporilla, and they havo dono me much good. I w til not be without them. I havo taken 13 Cured bottlesof Hood's Sarsaparllla,amt through tho blessing of God, It has cured me. I worked as hard as ever tho pant summer, and I am thankful to say I am well. Hood's Pills when taken with Hood's Sarnaparllla help very much." Mrs. II. M. Mkssknokr, Freehold, I'cnn. This and many other cures prove that orage Hood's Sarsaparilla I'repunl U the One True HIiwil 1'urlfler. Alt rirucgMv $1. mil) li) ('. 1. HihhI It Co., Ixm ell, M.m. that our r'urintiiruslocil moving belter than thosv which simply menus that our Furniture in nb'.ve tho average, and that means n good deal too, iiovvudnvs wheu the quality ot Furniture averages better. In buying Furniture, do one or two things before 1011 buy anything. Mnke up your mind how much vu want to c did mid teu what wo can give you for that amount, or che miike up vuui mind what giado of Furiiituie Aur.vvs tlm lowest on uliuis. you want and compare our price with thnt St .Ann Strest, ame crude of L'uinitUM. CaTl'iivc itintvid to !I5 12t Owensboro, Ky. When it moved 1 '.'2!-iill Succetepr to Mnrtin A s uh. u i, nOOUS HONESTY FlllS THE art cOYclhcly. ircimtly aiij is cent. POLICY. 3EST to-d- ay - 1 11 a. nttcr-din-ne- they nro taurd In RUtllclont amount to circulate, put nn end to the ivcvlpi of revenue In gold, ami thin couqx'l the payment of hllver for loth tho principal mid Interest of .tho public debt." Ho tuld that nearly $000,000,000 of the funded debt then outhtiuidlng war Issued since 1873, "when (fold ulonowiw the coin for which the bonds werosold. nnd gold nloni: wan tint coin In which both ruirttw to the contract understood .that tbe bond would lie paid " These bonds," 1m, continue, "entered Into of the world. They wen poid for In gold w hen slhurLRd greatly depreciated nnd when noiie would lime bought them If It hod Wen understood tlmt they would lw puidliislher." Ho believed that. In the. Judgment of mankind, Itwouldlx'tinuctof bad faith debt not to guarantee that should 1m, paid lu ius jrood money u was legal tender when these debt went run tracted In other words, thnt the. government fchould not legalize the breaking of contracts. "The stnndnrd of he mild, "should not l cluuigeil without the consent of loth parties to the contract. Xatlounl promlms should be kept v. lth uutlliiehtng fidelity. There Ih no power to comH'l a nutlou to piy IU il'bts. Its credit depends on Its honor. Tho nation owes what It has led or allowed Its ertilitora to expect? I cannot npprote a bill which in my Judgment authorizes the violation of soend obligations. The obligation of tiio public faith transcends nil questions of prolltor public ndwintnge. ItH iinqiiPtloiinhh maintenance la tlui s well of the highest expediency s of the most necemry duty iiihIhIioiiIiI lie evr carefully gunrded by Uioexecn tlie, by congress nnd by tho people." He iIomh! bis incbhage bj saying thnt "It in my firm comktlon tluit If tho country lu to be lo'ueflted by n silver coinage It uiti bo done only by tho Issue of filter dollar of full nlue, which will defraud nomnn. A currency worth less than It purports to worth will In the end defrnud not only creditors, who are engaged In legitimate but nil business, und none marc surely that those who nro dependent on their dully labor for their dally bread." g 1 dio-tfl- te a-- Kl to 02 centH. lie fuild that "tbe liht to pay duties In slher or In silt er cor tlflcatcs fpr nlher deposits will, when Prrdidvnt llnyrs bpllvcd tliatourim tionul luinor could not Ik-- too jiiilously guurdvd. In this ho dlftcml radically from our sKtveu to onu atutmcii, w ho uro tuixlourt not only to kco our gm em of lw debts inent repudiate of all debts rcpuiil-- 1 but to seo . It might Ih; well for thci-- liiu.! ftuUfunen to ponder wmie of Hujo.v reasons for vetoing theiiot (puwd ocr bis bend) to coin and nuiku Kpil ton-risilver Uol'.nrH worth. In gold, only one-ha- lf one-half uU-d- Why rroldmt llnyr.. In 1A78, Vrtoivl the Matuliiril .illvrr DolUr Culnaco Art. 7 Represented by . --. "s ?H WcCailicD WrliN c&CO. $11.50 m.i Mil-ue- ," CAN'T Offered for itiXif Best Bedrocm Suit I?ver cf-f- l -- g Bed, Wash- - JL Ji, gG)0 stand and Dresser. fietLf VEL PLATE CLASS- - LOTEIY URED As lj iLLtel FURNITURE regards sizo, durability. Hundreds of similar bargains at the 7 frequently used nrguiuent for free rolnngo la tho claim that It would A Chopping with h Dull At. e, fair-mind- "mnke mora work." Ah theru nre some Idle incuw how nnt employment, this promise Is nn uttrnotlve. one. Hut, like all other hlherlto pramLs.'n, It la baned on u delusion. It Is ti 110 that under free iilher tho farmers nnd laborers would lime to woik huxder In order to get tho same quantity of goods that tliey do now. In mi fur theru would Imj "more work," Just ns theiu would belt nil the liimberiium weio forced to ehop with dull axes. Hut noliody wnntH that Mud of 1111 Inererx' in work. Mon do not renlly wunt woik for Itself, but for tho things w hleh they got in return .' for their labor. A wheine which to mnku It more dllllcult to produce things Ih not likely to help tho s.oplu who already fli.d that they hno to woik too hard und too long for too small quantity of tho tblnga they uersl. nitliig more opportunities for Idle men to get employment iu n publlu benefit. Hut milking nil who uro now employed woik harder for tlm name, which would bo tho elTectof frio silver, would lie. n positive Inn to tho whota jieoplo. pro-MM11 LI ME $11.50 USE. $11.50 U.S. UOLF. 112 West Main Street, Owoiibboro. 11 tho liouio to lil to. Wo mako liberal market ami nun li tlm on c.nnsli:tiininU. ltuxlth'fl vio hnvu bettor fmlllLleii llian other hntip In havlm. niuuy largu factor U to auplr. Wo Kct you tho top price and puy epot uuli; not lu treilu. No travollui; agonu. Ship nil jour wool uuJ farm produce illrtct tu WGOL. WOOL.. lxt R Thlt f I HERNDON-CARTE- 110 Third Otroet, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court. CO. LODIBVILLB. KY. Bicycles! Bicycles! - ! We have cut the prices on our I never fell below par mid wus never protefcted for nonpayment. I never deceived or defrnuded, I 11m worth nil I chdm. I need no legnl tender. I need no ledeemer. I owe nil my valuo to labor. Ium tho same, whether stamiMsl or not, nnd whether rolled ono nnnio lmt thu Oulcl Ilollur Buy. finlire Un Of WFieels- In-t- or another. I never get Indignant except when 11 OurTIPTOP Wheels Reduced to $50.00. Victor, Napoleon, Barnes, Monarchs, Overlands. I ,..,.. M mil undervalued. TufJ I novurgdt tired, except when I 11m required to Keep lot of poor iielghborH up to pur. They sometimes get too henvy for me. Then I lenvo mid let them down to their own level, I will not utoy whciu I inn com V. I), polled to do too much drudgery. McClung, In "Money TuIKb." Pure, rich blood is the true cure for nervousness nnd Hood's Sarsnparillu is the One True Blood Purifier and WRITE FOB GATALOGUE And Special Cash Discount, as we will save you money. o i nerve tonic. Children Cry for Pitcher's Csstorla. MtlTICB. I wast ovary man and woman In the United Stiles Interatted in tho Opium ami VVtil.ky habits to tiara one of iny hoot on thcM UI. Artdr.il II. M. Woollay, Atlanta, Ua., ilox SHI, and ouo will u (out ou Irco. Bicycle Sundries At g foert o Bottom ?rie5 . oflt ui. Repairing dono on short notice. Remember you can get Tiik nnd Louisville Commercial ZE3Z111 No. &z for? 1 15 per year. Ill, Mam St. Owonsboro, Ky. Steitlsr JSgfPPy irBitfwwyfr 'jS-- rr 'r' iawjiart gJLftWOJWyUKtU.' --S TIE ONSET. Sick Headache Permanently Cured "I wns troubled, a long time Willi sick headache. It was usually nc compelled with scvcio pains hi tho temples and Blckncss at tho stmu-acI tried n Rood many reinwllei m ummvx. Wi HSfa ) MP- - We have just received one case of this celebrated Corset direct from the factory. Also the same goods in su miner 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, as long as they last, is 50c. iR'r&T Kid Gloves while, tan, brown and black, from 75c to $1.50 per pair. in stocz: oif1 isatall times Miss Walsh is doing the Millinery business. Not a week passes without our Our Millinery Goods. stock being replenished) it lull of the latest things. Ribbons and Ladies Underwear. keep the largest stock of these goods Ladies gowns, skirts, in Ohio County. chemise 50c to $1.00. Also big line ready made waists 50c to $6.00. AVc Come To See Us For bargains infill lines. trade. UPa-in- r We want your Bring on your wool, eggs, ginseng, feathers, etc. Bros. Sz 3?rOprietors. We want your Wool. Co- Carson & Co. Wool to Hartford Sample of "p&shion. Call on linlliiigtou, the barber. Hoes, rakes, etc., at Stevens' at bargain. Stevens produce. pays Hting on your Hams nnd Carson & Co. highest prices lor Don't forget the big day at neaver Dam June the 6th. For Hoes, Rakes, &.C., call on StevPuicciab cider for sale by V. W. ens nnd get a bargain. 22 ni I'll tie, Hattloid, Ky. Westerfield& Ashley have just reII new, y mi wjM Hud it in Till! ceived n car load of ice. otherwise it never happenWe will pay the highest masket ed. jour The Heaver Dam Hmss Hand is go. Carson & Co. ing to give .1 farmer jubilee June 6th, Wanted. To borrow $600.00 an at Heaver Dam, Ky. ' Good good property. Address! "C" caie Sweet potato slips lor Dale. tl Ri:rum.iCAN, Hartford, Ky. .variety, healthy growth. Apply to Grounds, HartWool, Hacon, Hens, We want your Nelson Iltos., old Enir frying Chickens, Eggs, Hams, Buttt ford, Ky. Carson & Co. ter and Feathers. price for I wool. NOT LONG iVttthi 1n She business Hut long eunuch to know that there are some people I am pleasing with my goods and prices, because they continue to trade with me. We will not deliver Ice alter 7 n. m, o'clock. Leave your order so we can attend to it early. Carson & Co. ! There is nothing shoddy about our program paper. It is the finest on Get our prices belore the market. We nre sine to Are two ol the most Important points going elsewhere. I please you. Call In and see samples. to consider in buying anything. ' ' make them my specialty in Groceries. L QUALITY Arrangements have been made with O. & S. W. R. R. to carry people to Heaver Dam on round trip oue fare June 6th. C, 'And Prises U-- T MY METHOD OF -- "" 'Doing business d Is to buy the best, sell the best, nnd recommend the bebt. It is this meth-othat has brought to my store a petiuiincnt, desirable patronage. mm There are medlcines'whlch change the action of organs and tissues. When a part does not properly perforpi Its work, they restore It to health. Such remedies are called " alteratives." of Cod-liv- er Oll7 with Hypophos-phlte- s, Is one of these remedies. This Is largely because of certain drugs which naturally exist In the oil, as If you Iodine and bromine. ghere are gimes When You Q&n-Lay up nCent, " But you can always save money by buying your Groceries ol Scott's Emulsion LB STEVENS. from Weaterfield & Get yourv Ice Ashley. ' We dell Ice nt i cent per pound Carson & Co. Get your Ice from Ashley. Westerfield & Stevens gives n flrstNclass sifter with each can of Golden Baking Powders. neither hard sick nor real well; If you feel below your usual standard, these alteratives will change your condition and bring back your health and strength. are- - Don't you want tome Building Loan Stock. The Kentucky Citizens Ib the best. florul tj lb SCOTTS EMULSION . lAlt Mur dM waJutl titjiuun "fin tl tnmu l M .'wrl ttUliitr-tlw- djl tor, uniform atuH mUnt Itt ptmt &Vrwu CtJ-lnKipcpkoiHiUi. Oil "'( o tnltnJ tl.oo mil. rul yp Iwlflfrt. T' mv htMuik It ntnjtrtik w itlfjn" ttj M. Commencement week Isnl ways a gay Chirk. time for the students and friends of was Capt. R.M. Buckley in command Mr. W. W. Coots, Louisville, is with his son, nged 14 years, They Hartford College and this week finds visiting Mrs. Georgia Coots and faml- - nre the son nnd grand sou of Col. II, no change in the sentiment. Beginrecommended lor iy. M. Buckley, who was second Colonel ning with Tuesday night nnd contithis complaint; hut Mr. Ed Weigd who has been vlsU of the old Louisville f.eglon during nuing throughout the entire week It wns not until 1 be. ting the family of Mr, F. Monroe rethe war. Col. Buckley received the the public has been royally entertaingaii taking turned to his home in Louisville Sun- largest vote in the Encampment for ed by the students of the College. mJT i day. Delngatc to the National Encamp- Tht school has been unusually sues Dr. W. T. McKcnny, wife and baby ment at St. Paul this lall, your humble cessful this year and all the students vm thiit l twcU(''1 nre in Rochester. nnythhiK Wu pernm-'ilV- r scribe receiving the next highest and teachers have been feeling in MOST PERFECT MADE. Mr. C. W. Parrott, Louisville, is in vote, an honor that any old soldier good shape for Commencement iient hencllt. A hIii- A pure Gripe Creim of Tartar Powdtr. Frti rIo box of these pills did tho work town. Miss Margaret Nail's class in mufrom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. should be proud. for me, mid I am now a well man." Misses Maggie Smith nnd Ida Mad-do- x 40 YEARS THB.STANDARD. Th'cre were nbout 400 hundred old sic appeared before a crowded house C. II.HuTUilNtis, East Auburn, Mc spent Saturday and Sunday at comrades In line and quite a number nt College Hall Tuesday evening. Constlpa. Ilrxnliillonii. 1'or tho rapid cure of their Homes nt McIIenty. Their selections were good, the renwho were not nblc to march. Whereas, it is now a positive fart lion, Dyspepsia, Jllllousncss, Xnti. Mr. Harry Monroe wns in LouisMiss made known to all that Dr. W. Alexsea, nnd all disorders of btoniach, I was about to forget to mention dition of which was perfect. ville lew days this week. Liver, nnd Dowels, tako that Col. Forbes, of Fordsvillc, was Nail takes great delight in having ander, President of Hnrtlord Cotlcge, Mr. L- - B. Stevens was in town there and was will on the 29 inst sever his connecState Histo- her pupils to appear in public. Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday evening the class in tion with this College, and remove to rian, which is quite an honor and I Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes, predict tlu.t he will get together more English Literature under Prof, Foster South Carroll ton, at which place he Margaret and nnd Fnnnle Clark, Viola historical matter than we ever had; appeared at CoJtt Hall with orations, will assume the Presidency of West 1'n tic nml Messrs. F. P. Barnes and also comrade Truman, from Fordsinterspersed with instrumental and Kentucky Coltcge, therefore, in view Pills C. W. Parrot spent Sunday in South villc, was there, but Wood Tinsley vocal music. The young ladies and of his eminent, able and faithful serMedal nd Diploma at World's Falr. Beaver Dam with Miss Maud Taylor. snored too loud for him and he lost gentlemen acquitted themselves vice here in the field of his labors nnd Atk your druggist lor Ajer't Strtapirilla Rev. House, Louisville, preached some rest, but he lived through it all handsomely and deserve especial no- our appreciations of his merits as a in the M. E. Church Suuday night. gentlemen and educator Be it Resolvand we brought him ofl the field of tice If space would permit. Yester Misses Sadc Austin and Laura action in good shape. day evening at the College Hall the ed by the Hypatiaus and the Adel wool to Don't Inll to bring your nnd Mr. Byron Barnes Baine3 Now ns to the election of officers, class in Rhetoric entertained the pubphian Literary Societies of this ColCarson & Co. spent Sunday In the coi ntry nt Mr. Col, A. Wheeden was elected Com- lic in a manner that would have done lege, Mr, Jno. T. MooiewasinLouisville G. II BirneJ. r. That in Dr. Alexander we have mander, Capt. A. J.Tharp, from Min- credit to nny class. Last night Prof. Mr. C. P. Austin nnd Miss Anna ion, was elected Senior Vice Com- A. L. Peterman, of Lexington, dellv Saturday and Sunday. always found a true and devoted McKcnney spent Sunday in Rochesmander, Capt. Trimble, of Somerset, ered the annual address to the two friend, a sincere and faithful worker You ought to be tnklnft Tun ter. Literary Societies. A large crowd in the cause of education. was elected Junior Vice Commander. il you are not. A crowd of young folks attended Comrade Lewis Robinson, of Bowling greeted the speaker and was well en 2. That his whole life since his ma Mr. W. L'. Meyers, of Roiine, has the exctcises at Union last week. Green, was elected Chaplain; Mnj. J. tertained by his timely and well jority has been devoted to the eleva Mr. W S. James and wife are at A. Donnell was returned from Tennessee Mr. Peterman is one tion and betterment of society and to A. A. chosen words. G. Gen. and Capt. Joe Bell was re- ot the finest educators in the State the amelioration of humanity. Mi.-MaUllu Kuntily, Owensboro, Sulphur Spiings. Miss Dora E. Gibson, Texas, in appointed A. Q M. The rest of the and the Societies deserve praise for 3. Thaswe recognize in him the Is the yittbt ol Mit Etta 'lhnmsis. with a friend from Texas stall will be appointed soon as the de- securing his services. coinp-inthe gentleman scholarand philanthropist. Miss Ella Itowe, Oivensboro, is vispassed through town Monday enroute partment is in good shape. exercises will close when the gradu4. That we also recognize the high iting the family of Judge 15 D.Walkfor Hartford where she will visit her There were sixteen new Posts mus- ating class will appear with their character and' noble traits of manhood er. relatives lor several weeks. tered during the last year, with 293 orations, and after arwarding the di- and true womanhood, the excellent Miss Lesta Hays who has been in new members. plomas Hartford College will close culture splendid virtues of Profs. A larju number ol visitors are in Now I want to say that Col.Kelly's for the year. attendance at Comiumcoiucnt this Louisville loj several months having Shultz, Foster and Misses Nail, Greg, her eyes treated returned to her home administration was satisfactoty in all week. ory, Wccrner and Morton CANE IIUN. in Rochester. respects; the staff presented him with Farmers are busy plowing and with Dr. Alexander in this Institution Prof. Snyder, ul D.ivie-- s county, Miss Agnes Harrel aud Mr. Frank a beautiful badge and the Ladles Re- planting corn. We have had a nice ot Learning. will begin a singii.g school at Habit Casebicr spent Sund iy in Rockport. lief Corps and those of the G. A. R. 5. That wherever their lot may be rain last week and were glad to see it. the first of July. Messrs, M. L Cmnpfield and E. presented him with a beautiful silver Mr. J. R. Wilson and wife yislted cast our sincerest friendship and most Rev. Jo It Rogers w 11 preach at Tilford, Missc3 M.ittic nnd Alma Har- pitcher. Mr. Bill Martin's family in Daviess faithful prayers for their success and Caneyville next Sunday the 31st at rel, Rockport were in town Sunday Now I want to say something about county recently. happiness attend them. afternoon. 11 o clock a, in. the citizens of Somerset. They are 6. That a copy of these resolutions Mr. C. W. Daniel, of Green county, Do not fail to attend the musical the most patriotic people in Kentucky visited his be spread upon the minutes of the Miss Mary I.ikcn.s, Jingo, has been mother recently. evening, given by Miss The county furnished about 3,000 two societies and that each of the Rev. F. M. Pharris filled his the gutsl o! her biullur,' .Mr G. B. ( Siturdav Mirgnrct Clark's class and sister of men to the Union nrmyv They are Week. Likens, this at Fair View last Sunday, Hartford papers be requested to pubI The "Burton Orchestra," refined, intelligent and honorable in and gave the Louisville. Sunday School a nice lish them. Mr. Sim Ktfow.11 lather ol Sherifi McIIenry will nssist her. It promisall they undertake. Yours, B. C. Gibson, 1 talk in the afternoon. Our Sunday sick at his es to entertain, so make your arC P. Keowu, ik quite I W.F. ScuAr-MiRE-, D. F. Tracy. School it getting along nicely, have 1 home near h'otdsville. 6 C. E. Travis. to be present. rangements Com. Louisville, May 23. Wilenrolled 43 scholars. Mr. J. G. A. C. Tayior, m m Misses Bessie nnd Cecile Williams, Rev. W. J Ward, wile and children, son is our Superintendent and Miss J Z. H. Siiuivrz. l'OI.NT 1'M.ANANT. of Moberly, Mo., nre the guests of Mr. Hartford, spent Saturday and Sunday Farmers are considerbly behind Nora Gains Secretary. Attye. in town. Its a great mistake to suppose that G. G. Fair nnd family this week. Mr. Sylvester White Is doing a with their work, owing to the late a single tonic gives strength, it only good business with his grist mill. (iuiii. . Morton heavy rains. . Messrs. C. I, FieJJ, T. The Ohio County Bank will pay The community is putting a bridge stimulates the stomach to renewed Henry Gatton lost several sheep and G B. Likens went to Calhoun ?55 lor full weight, fifty dollar gold last week dogs killed them. Wednesday. across Muddy creek for the benefit of action. To impart real strength, the Tuesday and returned blood must be purified and enriched, S K. Cox, President. pieces. Mrs. W. F. Condict is visiting her the neighborhood. Anderson, Mr. Arthur Miller and wife, Beaver and this can only be done by such a mother, Mrs. Garner Rowe, of Cen Circuit Court. Ice delivered every morning by standard alterative as Ayer'sSarsapa-rllla- . Dam, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. tertown. A large number of cases were con15. 1'. Ne.il last Saturday nnd Suuday. Westerfield & Ashley. A very pleasant social was given tinued this court nnd a large number Coleman nnd wife and disposed of. Dr. J. S. at Jeff Everly's last week. ci:hai,vo. Itesoluilona. We nre having an abundance of Rev. Jo. B. Rogers atUnded the BapAunt Jane Tichenor is visiting her Whereas, The Supreme Ruler of Alter reporting the following intist Convention in Greenville this dictments the grand jury adjourned daughter Mrs. John Maddox. Lewis rain, on account of which corn plant- the universe has seen cause in his week. Divine Wisdon to remove from our Tuesday evening: Murder, 1; selling James is spending a short time with ing is not done. The tobacco crop will be very short midst our dear an beloved sister In McK. who has liquor, 25. selling liquor to a minor, relatives' in Hartford. Miss Dui.i E. GiDsou, in this part of the county. the church and companion and cobeen in Texas for the past year is at 2; selling liquor to an inebriate, 2; Itcaicr mini Nclinol, Mr. Felix Balton has moved back worker la the Sunday School, Ivy netting fish, 4; maliciously injuring accompanhome on a visit She mm This week marks the closing of a to his place. Bennett. Therefore be It resolved: telegraph line, t; workingon Sunday; very ied by a lady iiieml. prosperous year for the Beaver Miss Kate Duncan is visiting in 1. That in her death the parents 1; assault, 1; injuring fence, 1; carryRockport. 1'rof. G Fielden is teaching an in- ing concealed weapons, S; malicious Dam Seminary and Commercial Inhave lost a kind obedient and loveable stitute. Last night the Literature Misses Mildred Hinton and Myrtle child, the church a devoted and conteresting class in vocal music at wounding, I; total, 47. class appeared with orations and se- Rowe, who have been attending school sistent Ky., mid has u large number of member, the Sunday School a Below we give the pettit jury, age lections, interspersed with music, here, returned home Friday. scholars in attendance. faithful and ardent worker. and politics: which was pronounced one of Mrs. N. B. Fulkerson visited rela2. That we tender to the bereaved Jo Eskridge, age 40, Republican;A. the best entertainments ever given at Mr. Cal Fielden, of Columbia, tives near Sulphur Springs last week. ones our sincere and heartfelt condoTenn., is visiting his home lolks nt L Knott, age 30, Democrat; W. J. Beaver Dam. Tonight the O. H. J. Miss Ida Morton is visiting rela- lence and commend them to Him that l'leasaut Ridge. He was in town French, age 49. Democrat; J. V. Tur- Literary Society will give an entertives in Louisville. has said "Cast all your care on Me." ner, age 42, Democrat; A. V. Day, Wednesday morning. tainment, which promises to be a nice Mr. Sam Paxton, Louisville, visit3. That a copy of these Resolutions age 6 r, Republican; G. A. Holland, aflair. night Miss Margas ed relatives here last week. Rev. J. S. Chandler, by appoint- age be furnished to the parents, a copy be 40, Populist; J F. Fulkerson, 41, ret B Clark and her class will give a ment ol the Conference, is attending Mrs. J.B.Gray and daughter.Grace, ordered spread on the minutes of the DemccratiHoover Keighbots, 74, Demthe closing exercises of the Logan ocrat; J. M. Taylor, 36, Democrat; W. musical which will be quite a treat who have been visiting friends and Sunday School and a copy be furnishfor all lovers of good music. Miss relatives here for the past few weeks, ed one Female College at Russcllville. or both the county papers for W. Ford, 40, Populist; J. B. Dodson, Clark has made quite a reputation as left for their home in Owensboro Sun- publication. Done by order Rev. 1J. E. l'te, wife and son, 38, Populist; O. T. Hines, 42, Demoof Wala music teacher, since she has been day. ton's Creek Sunday School. May 3rd, E'.dred, Hnrdinsburg, are in town. crat; A. T, Brown, 59, Democrat; L. in Beaver Dam, and all are loud in Miss Bessie Rowe, Centertown, is 1896. Bro. Pate will prcni.li at the MethodS. Hoover, 59, Democrat; C. C. Mar-lotheir praises of her as a teacher. She visiting relatives here. G. T. Tinsixy, I 46, Democrat; L. II. Render, 40, ist Church next Sunday morning. is a thorough, painstaking teacher Maggie Asiiby, v Com. Mr. Sam Morton returned from Democrat; S. P. Coleman, 40, DemoMessrs. J. F.Gordon, Madisutivillej and seems to have her whole mind in Evansville Thursday. Edna Carter, j Geo. W. Swope, C. W. Mnssle and L. crat; D. II. Miller, 69, Democrat; J. the work. Her entertainment will be The select school at this place, Baker, 50, Democrat; C. W. Hus-seFor Hale. P. Little, Owensboro; JcpC Johnson, W. well worth attending. taught by Mr. John H. Wood, closed I have for sale the H. D. Taylor 70, Democrat; J. G. Maddox, 39, court this week. Greenville: attended last Friday, after four months of very residence and about 5 acres of ground Nlnt Warrant. Democrat; S. L. Englcr, 40, Populist; MissTessie Tichenor, of Shlukle '., W. Shultz, 68, Democrat; E. B. The OhioCounty Bank will pay the successful work. adjacent to same, on reasonable terms Mr. D. A. Hill is quite sick. Chapel, died Tuesday morning ol Allen, 50, Republican. very highest market price for State and easy payments, 43 4t Rev. J. C. Brandon filled his reguconsumption, nged about 25 years. S. K. Cox, Pres't. II. P. TAYtOR, Hartford, Ky. One of the most important civil Warrants. lar appointment here Sunday night. Shs was a model christian young lady cases on the docket for this term was iii:.Mitow. poller, Ttnctiern. Mr. D. V. Kimmel has about comand leaves a host of friends to mourn Win. P. Snedden vs. the McIIenry Rev. Bolton, from Big Rudy, filled White teacher's Examination, June her loss Coal Co. for damage. The case had his regular appointment at Sugar pleted a nice addition to his house. Colored, June June Miss Mabel KImbly visited relatives June 7 at Hattford. Marriage license: Geo. M. Mad-do- x been tried once and Snedden got a Grove last Sunday. in Rockport last week. Z. H. Shumtz, Co. Supt. to Elolia Gordon, Jas. J. Wilson judgment of $4,000, and the Court of Sadie Renfrow is on the sick list Mr. Ben Graves is not much better. to Bennie James, Mark D. Baize to Appeals set it aside. Mr. II. P. Tay- this week. Republican is prepared to do The Miss Ella Downs, South Carrol ton, Letitia Kendall, W. IL Me'rntt to lor represented Snedden and worked the very best Job Work. Miss Ella Hall, of Deauefield, spent is visiting friends and relatives here. m him, Mr. Gordon, of a few days with her sister, Mrs. Anna Halley Wheeler, T. II. Graham to faithfully lor Mr. Jake Condict, Point Pleawnt Madisonville, represented the Coal Ezell, accompanied by her little nephMatllia B. Tonierltu. Heart Trouble Quickly Cured.' visited relatives he're last week. Company. Alter hearing evidence ew, Clyde Hall, of Horse Branch. Monday evening little Oscar Louts. A Canvluclnir Testimonial. and argument of Counsels the jury Mrs. Mary Ashley, of Owensboro, of color, fell from n high tres in brought in a judgment of $1,500 for spent a few days with her daughter, U, Williams' yard and broke Ice delivered every morning by Mr. G. Snedden. . Mrs. Nora Renfrow, last week. Westerfield & Ashley. both legs, nnd otherwise bruised him Mrs. Henry Allen spent last week up. lie was trying to catch n squirt'lutiljlair Jliitcn. Trill')' 'I rip 10 I lie r'.iit'iiiiiiiiuriil. f with her daughter, Mrs. Silas Ren rel which was up in the tree. Dr. J. Editor Hartford Rotuhucan: We will send Tub RuruBLiCANand 15. Pendleton tet the broken limbs. either of the following named papers Having returned from Somerset nnd frow. Mrs. Alice Davis and little daugter, for being very much enthused with what one year for the amount opposite Correspondents must sign their Vou'nie, spent last Monday at Mr. each name. Look over the list and I saw and heard I have concluded to names to articles scut to this paper John Renfrow's. see what you need and give us a call: Wc must know write to you in regard to our trip, that for publication. Mr, Mark Baize and Mrs.Lelie KenDally and Sun. Courier-Journ$8.15 We the old comrades in Ohio county may dall were married last Friday at the who our correspondence are. " without Sunday 6 25 feelings ot those will not publish your name, but must catch the spirit aud residence of the bride's father. 1 75 in attendance nt the State Enc&mp-me- tit We know who docs the writing Mrs. Anna Ezell spent last WednesWeekly Courier-Journ. . . . 1 75 I met comrade Wood Tinsley had n letter from Beaver Dam, signed day and Thursday with her brother at Louisville Commercial' . . , , 1 25 a citizen, this week, but we must there, jolly Wood that he always was Horse Branch. N, Y, Tribune 1 25 full of life. know who our correspondents arc. Miss Mona Ilasklns and John RenN.Y, World 1 65 Miss Eixi. Kciitz, I also met comrade Thomas Grlflln, frow went to Gofi's Saturday, return1 40 "For 19 years I suffered from heart trouChicago Inter Ocean f The following named persons have from the Washington I'.ldson Post, sising Sunday, accompanied by his ble. During that time. I u treated by 1 25 Home & Farm paid their subscription to Till? As this was the first State EncampAll of thorn 4 TO different phjrilclana. ter, Miss Leona Haskius. We would be glad to send you any claimed that I could not U cvrtd. I since our last issue. Mabel ment he hail attended I took some Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Loach, Cromof the above named papers. This greatly troubled utthihortneu ot breath,u Kimbty, Ottensboro; Jno. H, Baize, pains to have him enjoy himself, but well, have been visiting their parents offer is good for new subscribers and palpitation and pain In tho aide. If Baizetownj Geo, W. Davidson, Bar- Tom got there all the sime. The oicltod, or exerted myself In the leant, became very retts Ferry; W. II Burton, Hartford, Governor and his StafTwerc there,and Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold the past old ones who pay one year in advance tho pain la my aidethough nuMtt aercra. At tj vxr week, time It aeemed aa J. D. Walker, Render, W. II. Carter, they reviewed the parade from a large Oirvaoh my idt. Sometime In the month Mr. T. D. Beck went to Beaver I commenced taking Wulte Trisler; Port stand erected in the public square, ot November lait, Narrows; Jas. T. WANTED. McDowell, Buffalo; W. B, Myers, but comrades' grandest man of all Dam Inst Saturday. DR. MILES' HEART CURE Mrs. Rachel Renfrow, Andrew Rosine; O. R. Tinsly, Hartford. was there and was kept busy shaking We want twenty good solicitors to and tinea then I have Improved itcadily. Miss Viola Lnse field, Martin I can now sleep on my left tide, something I I refer to hands with the old boys solicit for our latest and most popuTlll t'Jfliillf. had never been ablo to do before. I can Gen, E, II , Hobson, who is the friend Wilson and Bro. LaseGeld, nil of lar publications; this work combines walk without being fatigued, and am la The worst cyclone probably that School much UUtr htaith titan tur txurt, 1 would He will "not White Run, attended Sunday has ever visited this country, struck of nny private soldier, pleasure with profit. No experience recommend all sufferers from heart trouble last Sunday at Sugar Grove. St. Louis Wednesday evening nbout let any soldier get a liead of him or cupltal necessary. A pleasant and to try Dr. Ullea' Invaluable remedy without Lorena Renfrow is visiting her sisMISS ELLA KUttTZ, profitable work for vacation,none but delay.' 5 o'clock. Over one thousand people when on parade, although he had the ter) Mrs. Maggie Goff, in Grayson US Wright St., Milwaukee, Wis. he was at the head of the reported to have been killed, nnd a rheumatism energetic parties need apply. For county. A, M. Dr. Miles Heart On re Is sold on a positive, benefit. loss ot property amounting to many .parade which was mile long. There further particulars call on or write guarantee that tho tint bottle will for 14, bottles 800 school children S, C. Stevens, ot dollars. The storm wns were also about millions our General Agent, teacher, runin line headed by their rLVwimrMnieS'2vfncCihud! Remember E. L. Bulllugton (s the perceptably felt here, nnd mauy peo- ning down to the smallest Utttle tot boss barber and will do your work Beaver Dam, Ky, Dr, Allies' Heart Pub, Co. Tub Wbrnur ple were much frightened. nnd each aud everyone carried a quick nnd easy. Now comrades, this was the grandest sight I ever saw. It displayed more patriotism than I evMiss Fannie Trout, Cromwell, is er saw nnd I felt like shouting nil the visiting ftletids In town. time. TIipii thern wns quite nnuin-- j Miss Fannie Ctnrk, Louisville, In ber of Sons of Veterans in line with visiting her sister Miss Mnrgarct a drum of corps, nnd among the lot BEAVER DAM. small flag. SCHOOL CLOSES. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. Interesting Programs Each Night. w CttEAM JMk uiTtvI' iilzxmt fivpnie h i rn j BAKING vwrnn 11 AYER Cathartic s To-nig- & Lal-foo- n, y, 5-- 19-2- 12-1- 3: 26-2- Du-va- il, Semi-Weekl- ... ... Globe-Democr- al thrlce-aswee- k u Ibe-cam- lAoot-in- CuwSSS .si- - !r" Hartford Republican Friday, May 29, 1896. Itnuiliitltiiia Avry flyers Post No I95 i)l the O. A. R. wlille In sesiloti Miy ami 1S96 past the following resolutions: Wiihrkas, This body Is noti political oignnizntlon and desire to take mob 110 political steps but Ignore violence from whatever soree It may have come nnd Whkrhas, A mob of bullies with mutder In their hearts croa'ded the hnllsol the State Capital to hinder approach the chamber of the house of I represtatives. 1st. RKSotvnn, That we condemn the Senate majority in attempting to win senators contrary to law and to force a party advantage. and. Kktolvki), That we heartily indorse the action of Gov. Win. O. llradley in calling- - out the state militia to quell mob violence. 3rd. Rnsoi.NiiD, That a copy of these resolutions be published in Tun IlAKTronn Republican and also In The Hartford Herald. Makvin' Farms, Com.d'r, Jas W. Kzntt Ad'j't. The theory in the treatment of coughs, lung and bronchial uflectious lias been advanced by the manufactures ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is n All deal, truly a wonderful remedy. ers sell it on a positive guarantee. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Hro., druggist, and, Renfrew Bros., Narrows, Ky. aa. like to appreciate this If I could it must have been written recently In the Interest of peace. Some of the expressions are strong, but if poetry is poetry, and this was intended for anything else than a skit, what right has it to be classed as poetry? From Chaucer down there has been nothing- like it, and perhaps Crane knows it. Mr. Hajden Carruth has ' I would tl .this parody: I saw a man reading an invitation Anon he chortled like a bull-lrog . ' ouu-iroj.ikc u uuiyue-uusieIt was a dinner invitation, Which accounted for the chortle. "They have grub" quoth the Man. "Better yet, Grape Juice; I will gol" The red chortle died on his white lips. His ashy hand shot into his black Pocket, A gray wail burst from his harshed Brown throat Like the scarlet yowl of a yellow Tom Cat The Man didn't have the price! Which accounted for the wail. I lelt him cursing the Railroad Company, with great, jagged, Crimson curses. Ailntrtlllc'i Sulrlilv Club. "The Suicide Club" is the name ol a new organization recently institu ted in Adairville, says the Banner. Russellville has a "Loafers' Club," but Adairville goes one better. John W. Milliken is president of the Bob Robertson general manager, and 12. Roy Mooredistrict organ-izeThere will be only ten members, and each takes $2,000 life insurance, livery year a lottery will occur, draw-in- g from a box containing teu beans, nine white and one black. The member draping the black bean is required to go oft and die, or in some satisfactory manner commit (suicide, the insurance money to goto the remaining members. The tenth man to draw a black bean reaps the benefit, he being left alone, and is not required to end his existence. new-order. r "The Thanks of the Municipality," a study of municipal life nnd politics, is contributed to the June Harper's by James Barnes. Harrison's articles haveprensed such an enormous success with The Ladies' Home Jounnl, adding over 100,000 to the circulation of the magazine, that the .series will be extended beyond the original limit. The has now reached the Hartford. Xii fiies. lleas,moMuitos or lice. a.. D. I), lviugo, Master Cominiiiioner dandiu.1, dirt. Leave skin Remotes Hartford. Cry for and white. Children Castoria. silt G. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fund $100 no for any case ol Mange it will Hartford. r,r7tiTT,v'iMr.,fTriKi not cure. THE MISSOURI MADNESS. Sherill Hartford. Cal. P. Stops iritatiou, rubbing. Finefor clip- - Deputies Keown, Keown Hartford Samuel llulnoua Demands of ltuuipunt i're pel horces. i Coiner. Cavrfttt, an J Tndf. Marls obtained and all Pat- Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. K. aal IhaiaiAaiaa fHtnilurt f tfr. eia&BMK The Missouri democratic platform Mane and tail cleaner of the world. Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Stevens, Louisville, St Louis & Texas Rail .v.iy Giiini'.if' SounOrricciaOproaiTcU.S.PATCNTOrnet No matting. demands the "free and unlimited coin- - ' ItJl i. West bound trains These trains run d.iil. Cromwell. aaticcaniri ura atcitia icm luuo Hula tro ngc of slhor and gold" "nt the ratio of Keeps hair line, soft and silky. A hair I I STATIONS, ' N' II No 41 No. 43. 42 Court convenes first Monday in giowtr. .S sixteen to one, without wnltlng for the l i l 6 30 p in 7 45 n " (ton. Va Jrjf, l( ratrntaLla or not, frra ( I.v. U. Depot, Umlsville . . t fi t in Mud will not stick. March nnd August aud continues three thatrr. Our frt ait out U rttcl Ii M.utfui. action or npproal of any otLer gov- No scratches Kentucky Street . . 6 IS . . 8 00 . 7."i' weeks, ami third Monday in Mny and r.ttoli," wlia Aids in shedding-A PiMPHHT'HpwioOUniii ernment." 12 7 "' . . West l'oiut . . . 8 40 . cuudU.u il uwe tba 720 nt irte. Ain 'ffi, U. be aoJ cut It rests this demand on the assertion Hoite Gioumed in less than half the November two weeks. , . . 12 . . . Howard 7 7 S43 "23 time. COUNTY COUItT. "from the beginning of tho govthat . . . Willowdale . . . II 5' 7 32 S52 A tonic; harnilo; itmoves stains. John P. Morton, Judge Hartlord. ernment, following a policy formulated . . . . . Rock llavrn ' M SSS 7 3S I' 15 Ktrp ait from fading. I ,e;;..lrtwT Ornct. WaMiNatoN. p. e. i1 by Thomas Jefferson aud firmly estabD. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlord. . . . M7 37 7 45 9 "5 Iinn Btaurli . . Hall gillon lished by Juckson, the dcinocraUe Ii.vpcne but a trifle. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d, E. P. . . . . Brandenburg II 2S 7 55 9 14 '39 party has been tho party of bimetal- cleans horse 120 times. Bv its use I I ) Court convenes first Monday in 8 04 likron 9 23 fH horse has coat like velvet. AUo used each month. lism." But what are the facts? , 93 I I (t 0 16 8 13 . . . Irvingtou . . . The bimetallism of Jefferson and on cattle and dogs. Fur milk cows it's ii ,i S sS WebMer . . . til 51 lJUAItrKItl.Y COUItT. 9 47 Jackson was based upon a coinage ratio especially valuable in fly time. . . I.odiburK . . III 2 5 5"; the third Monday in Begins 37 955 representing the ratio of actual value. Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse Clean- January, on l 8 45 5 4S Sample . . . 27 1003 April, July and October. er. Tho slher and gold dollars they favored 8 5 . . . Stepheuspoit . . . 10 18 5 35 in 18 COUItT OK CLAIMS. were w orth tho same. The bimetallism Will ship half ".allon 011 receipt of $1 S V !dlson . . . to 13 10 23 902 Convenes first Monday in Jnauary, OiV i - . S ' Patented of the Missouri convention proposes all- - (Mention this paper) . V" 10 10 Molt 5 o 9 5 1025 and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday CO.. TOLTiOO a gold er dollars worth about ; AvM .S Clovcrport . . . 7 57 1038 9 IS r.wAfi Toledo, Ohio. iu October dollar each. Tho bimetallism of democ3t rv Shops . . . 10 42 5 ' 9 53 9 22 racy was honest, Tho bimetallism of U-- e Bonner's Hoof Dressing nnd Barn OFI'ICEIU. OTIIEK COUNTY 5 1 Skillman . . . 9 42 -9 33 o53 Klllnlitlr fJ K Vltlinfrli Knrvnvnr the Missouri plntform proposes a tswln- Uust. J f U WMUI!, if Hatvesville . . 11 05 153 9 3" 9 44 die of 50 per cent. bnnnns. 4 46 0 22 l'etne 3 " 18 j S. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. 9 58 y 10 Bufet? Only In bound Money. I 4" Kalcoti 11 Louisville Dental Co,, Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hart"The democrats," suy Mr. Horrlty, . . . . Letvisport . . . 11 28 4 3 to 08 907 ford. "cannot temporize with a question of Waitmaii . . . 4 5 io 15 9 no "35 the finances. 'Wicy must declare for 8 c;o ! 4 16 Potters h. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur 10 25 45 VeUfail jNaKlfy sound money, nud thcro Is not the 8 37 4 "5 l'ates 10 3S Springs. 57 ..U 1 I, ll.Clf l HlighteAt doubt Hint their plank In the 1 2 07 p 111 . . . . . . Owensboro . S27 3 55 Poorhouse Mr. C. R. Campbell, 1048 sS&ZiZ' national platform will be sound and 8 15 . . . . Mattinly . 11 00 12 19 3 44 Keeper, Hartford. explicit." They must declare, aa did 8 10 Griffith . . . 11 05 12 24 3 39 &rr Jl'uTICia' COL'ItTS. the lust national concntlon, that "tho 806 Stanley . . . 3 11 08 12 2S fWIi FoimsviLLi:. J. A. Bowling dollar unit of loth metal must be of &' I . . . WorthiiiKton . . . 12 35 7 59 3" ' 5 Barrett's Ferry, Marcli 21, June 20, equal intrinsic and exchangeable K tails 12 43 7 52 3 '3 23 111, December 1.!) September lalue." That )iers the question. It Spottsville . . . 7 43 12 5 3 "6 is the democratic position. In etery Ben P. Grnves March "3 BuroiiD. 12 5S Basketts . . . 7 36 3 ''i n 38 demo-eiat- s national election since ls2 the J 20, June '2.) , September 24, Decem1 . . . . Henderson . . I.v 7 20 in 2 1' " I5P" "55 plathae won on a ber 21. form. They hae lost when comprollAisrioni). A S. Aull March 5, mising with flat money or the slhcr June 4, September .'i, December .'i. dollar. "In tho name of e cry thing C. L. Woodward Romni:. 4W.F,1.St. tliat is Kino and honest and politic," March 1!!, .lime 12, September 11, ar soiNa to thc asks the Xew York World, "how can the December 11. ISJIISTA3COODFORADULT3. democratic party now do anything exCno.MM'Ki.1.. WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. Jont B. Wilson LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, cept make its platform clear and ex(Ill TI,llU.,Nor It, KM. $5 t $7 March 7, June 7, September 5, Deplicit for sound money?" With n alitor Gold Crowns lU.ilil. ilh I. L lv Tk.it.. lliilMlnv ' "" k.l II.mii Jt Willi! ruilMltllr ioO,M U lait rear. KB 3 to S cember o. Mo auM (iriittameii plunk pledging tho iurty to free coin- Poict.iii. Criitis ot '" (UlOVUi 'lAVrKMJsIIIII.I. TO.Ml' ilU'lm, Bl-.st--l "I teeth (no better made age, or, w hut w ould be more detestable, mod for . Tli la the rlice where joi cm hav yoir rftattl work dot better, lltia rar. In all rax moj! than li Ututftitllirfa II yv.is. In the drurf btuuif.t,na Lara f thaa any other ffllce hi tbe Soiitb I Cfr operator In tlilt ufbet aa eijrt rAuat anyBtt an etuslte platform, lead one tuy In n'Mtin'ter iio-- much yon pay) . $S uu itadtntt) to rive vui ii la that Use aaviT Children Cryfor til utvrarM experience, (renitniUr artificial tteth.rapbU and wlllia?tranthofdiatUiry advice t caiKlirv.M an art 1ot.lv. give urli ui.lTaiial laua Jiup one section undnnotherwny In another, Gold tillimrs a4.Uuu m juur TVamakotver tuuiititilf, aplalt7. tit' tu either your natural or AHUT.CiHH iCO. no matter who was nominated, 75c Silter hilititr NOTICE OUR PRIOC8. Hell. or sale by Wllliamn I!e4t set of tealh on rubber, $5,00, ruaraaterd to fit aad affalntt breaaac for ' ;ara. A 25c defeat would le certain nnd pti tooth with every et. ioM Iilllnr $l.Ci and ap; raraHiivar fllllar. 75c t all written uuarantrr driven sure, and It would lx) defeat with little PainUsf extracting with Vitalized Save your money by putting it into other pUttlc flllliiL'. Wc. Oar cruwn and bridft work, ur tteth wltkuat plate are at flrai, your natural hopo of resurrection, oj it would insrrtteabl Air HEDUCDD 5c a Building Loan Co. Try the Ken- fctrunir and extract uuraiteeth and put tetb, aud at price lower than tka lnwt. IV,, and aW In uew one name day, Tretb extracted, We can volve lasting division of the party. ituiutiuiie Fxtrirtiitr Ir'e when Artificial y tucky Citizens. aolutrly without pain. You can nuke applutnieuu by mall. AH loaaalatiou fre. A Udy aaa am tr lu.aiiii Li au U Imatrratinnthra Ijinn. vW Wn Pittsburgh Post. j , ui attendance, at Teeth are ordered. Office pel mauent-ltr.c. UrllirilililCluii M lf- -t riiim.rr. fJ tjt located Solia.lrrfrct.uri1rUliti'iUtrilii.itilii.w lnvnoanow with Iu. Milt.' IMIt. VI1U. Cubu'4 lulth lii Our Gold. -- JjfJJ S.uru.u, r. it n l;l.l;.i., Hut nx ffl I hf The bonds of the new lepubllc of tr it, irriirral ti.tiiu tint Ij.li II. luiinMn Ida-a' la.irtf lullr. 'ltiliaii.U curtd. Culm, Istiued recently, lire made payIn the Avenue Theater Building, th St., bet. Green anil Walnut. PATIENTS TfJtATEO DY NUIL able In United States gold coin. Thus .initruikalij. r parurui rt iMi.. null aiarop, etenn. republic in the throes of parturiOit t.l 1 1L.rv. .hjI j. tu.atiti. tion mukcM hu.st to pay her tiny tribTlltBtrOaat ute of faith In tho determination of our "Bread is the Staff ot Lifer (uvtrrcooa people to preserve our standard of talue in against debarment. Philadelphia IN EVERY CAN'OF BALJLARD'S OUOLISK 11. States mint, In position to bloclc otory move nnule fo Itmure the continuance of honest money In this country, commercial people became ncioii uirnln. Tlioy commenced lo pre pure for liniincbtl trouble, which they thought might come. TIiIr prcKiiiitlon luolcd the ultliihuiwil of the eurtnll-meiof miintifncturliifr, the ulmndon-mentnow projects and tlicftntlu'iliifr of ri'soniw, Thus niaiiiifacturliig mid trudlng hate for KiiuuMiioiitliii been from nr.ultuil pamlyaU. These conditions should conliicu cery business man of the pnraniount y importunm of Inning- the wvcalli'd question M'tlli'd. Just now 0110 of the most piolltnble tiling's IhisIiicfr man can do In to use his Influence mid Kparu time In working tow mil currency reform uiul liiipnwlng upon the poli ticians tuo fact tliat the business Inter esta of the country require, to ml money. Our national politicians who arc now totting up the pins for n election should tnKii wnrulnj;. No comlldate uho Is not In faor of th gold stnudard ought to lie elected president thin year. K!Tortnhould boiuude to precnt any man not Hlneervly tuid eunicstly In faor of It from being candidate upon cither the democratic or republican ticket. Under, PAlstlng restrictions we hae the largest and bent bimetallism cer 1iiomi In any country. Wc are ii'tliijr sller equally with gold nnd more hugely tJnin any country in the world cut did when using gold at nil. And we are Keeping ull these Hlher dollars on a par with gold. What the Missouri. convention proK)Ms is that we shall ubollsh the restrictions that hae thus made bimetallism possible, abandon the use of f, gold, reduce the nlue of money client nil ci editors, public nnd private, cutdowu the purchasing power of wages nnd substitute a cheap dollar monometallism for the honest dollnr bimetallism we have. If there Is any method in this madness it is the method of men bent upon the ruin of their party. X. Y. World. 11 it fr 11 11 pre.l-dontl1 11 one-hal- MEDICAL If TOO WKIlt Hid b"t Mprtt (Kit Klcnllfle b)lltel& linirtliTHltlrMiiiil nrltlHof (Ml 111. W roiiulrr. luniull unljr fill, IIAIIIAWAI Hurliurn M.. CIiIcwm, III. All I'lirouU lll.tloi' ftul wunirn, liluud iqJ Nur-tuiriooliii,Ar4. (' i'rliAU bklo. tiikil ftlltitrrtlie h ittttttl if urM hv m uillujr Ur srjMiauiu lumik Xo I for iutD Ku.t for wotutn, Nti.l, Skin IMf.ttMrf, No. 4 fur ' General Directory. STATU TREATMENT. OI'I'ICIAI.3. W. i. Governor William 0. Hmdlpy. Ueiit. Governor--J. Worih-ingtot- ot 1 11 VIIf If , CAUrrli. nf rrni,Bhliniil wml flimocUlrvfvr-rn.- r. a 141 rrYQi,c ylvrn If "I "J Jlrillttl ItcfrrrDCp l"ok for mm nJ wuiurn 8 J I J win, r miilcil llh nr iiciiiltir lo tliclr trt, roc- UfflnntdtwAsci. ron)tc IronMc. rK1. h,D1vro2- y itoifacc. to the IraJlott special-- i ci at nUntni lo 111 tljla couutrr. U u anl I'lirale lam )it rlt. HATHAWAY . Detrborn St., 70 - ('hnrlea Finley. NeorelnryiifStnlP Allorney General W. S. Tujlor, Auditor Samuel H. Stone, Trensurer Gen. W. Lone. Commissioner of Acrictiltnro, Hor l,uciis Slutistlcd nnd ticiiltutu Moore. ItlpannTabulef, Itlpaim Tabnlos euro naunca. Hlp.H'0 Tnliulcdi nt dniKRlais. tii tin Tabid w euro illzxIneRi. 1'lli.lliK TabnlPH euro headncho. Il'u iiiHTubuloH euro lliitiilt'iico. Itm in Tiiliiiles cum ilyspepitKi. UlI.IIIH TllbtllPH IIBldKt l1lK0tloll, Hlp.ins Tnlnili'rt euro bud breath, Kip.iimTnbiili'HciirublllwianeHit, UlpJii- Tnbillpsi ono Riven relief. Ulp.tiw TnlinlM euro torpid llvur. itlpnnii TnbitlcH! gentlo rnthitrtlc. I! (inn TibulPBriirecniiBtlpatlon. lMp.um IVIiiiIm for Four Btuiuiieh. 1' ' ' 1 Chicago, CO., for HIRTY Infants - nnd Children. IU. Superintendent Public M. Dnvi'oti. Instritctioti-Gc- o. I can bu told by pen. W.Il.bKlLLMAN. Uuias, Ky. Scnntora Hon. William C. Liiiil Fort-alby 7.. Wayne GrilTin & I'm., drugcist, ami Renlrow Bros., pay, Hon. J. C. S. Dlnckburn. Kcprefenlntivc Fnurtli District Narrows, Ky. Hon. John W. Lewis. htati: i.i:inst,ATt;iti:. Senator Hon. A, D. James. IJepresetitativo Ohio County Hon. C. M. Daructt. . Skillumn hi, had the iore Uegistcr Laiul Olllco Ulins. O. ces lor y tars. lie lint- tritd many Itoynold. doctors and lulie ies, mm has alun)s Insurnuco Biircnti Coiiniiwsliiner-i- ), lailed to nft nliel until we sohl him W. Cniiiiti;iiru. a ttihe ol d's lirirle IJyc Adjutant General 1). U. Collier. Silve. which cntrd linn iniidc n one Stuto Librarian Mm. Mnry Drown Dr. iMVa l'ine Tnr Honey Diry. week. tells will atnl cares IvCt,', IIAIMiOAD COMMISHIONIIIW. M. Miivun & 'o . Hums, Ky. Jimnry tj, 1S95. Jno C. Wood, chairman; J, P. Sutherhnd's Hagle IJvp Silve has Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary donen great denl nmrc lor me than Samuel 1 Drown. Mr. Will r"ra' oTnarratlon of CnatorU with th Tiitronc of mllHom of TiTaona. ynrmH m to pn1t of It without gnantnr. It fa tinqnmtlanitlilr- tha beat rummly for Infuntu anil Chlldrnu th world lina oyar ItnotgM. It la linrmltaa. Chlldraq lite It. It give them health. It w!U unvn tlioK-- Uvea. In It Mother have aomothlng wliloh la ftlitulutcly ant'a q... prautlcaliy ittTfnot w it ohtld'e medicine. Cantorln, deatrora Tnbtilcai plpnminl lnx.itlve. It p.tnsi iVhiIm cure liver troubles. f HE -- ACCIDENTS OF LIFE A tuy ortlie HrR AcctuT Coutanv, itKatillnk Wiltc to T. ft. QviNcsr, Drawer IM, CIiIoko, Btctc fur Information Actldcnt Juiur. I'W.OWWIoi flflBYiL WBT IJBJIUJK Vwn, GROOM !sg YOUR OHIO COUNTY. ClltCl'IT COUItV. Owens-boro. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owentlioro. J. W. Dlnck. HORSli WITH BOWNER'3 HOUSE CLEANER. Hon. J. Kdttin Dowe, Attorney (!. Likens, Clerk Citttorltt nllayeFevcrlahnMi. Oeatori rreTente voinltJiig Soar OurJ. Cnitorla enree Dlitrrlima. and Wind Colin. Cuitorla TellcTea Toothlni; Tronlilea. Cnatorla carta Conatlpntlon and Flatnlaner. Caatorfa nentralltee tho effeote of rarbnr.lo neld Ka or polaonona alf, Caatorla doea not contalu morpalne, iipluni. or other naroetlo property. Caatorla netlmllntaa tlin food, rcgnlatoa the atomarli and hoarela, ttlvlug healthy ami nutnrol al.ieji. Cnatnrfa It pnt np In ono-ahottlea only. It fa not aold In hnlk. Don't nlloty any one to nell yon anything elao on the plea or promiaoj that It la "Juat na good " and "will anawer every pnrpoae." Sew that you frit The eJgnatnro of aumtxrahlp fcf. llaa acilJcutat lujutlcs. MO UUU1CAL llr ao doing you can aave IJ mtt lie your own Agent. HXAMIHATION KKQUIlUia .fMTNtaVrJ TABLETS BUQKEYErilllJ; HII P OaTEIT (CURES A I NOTHING CUT PILES. :DZST SURE nnd CERTAIN CURB known for IS yonrc as tho Jailer -- Hartford. ygfcST taeneyery wrapper. no i.i) ttti r':n:: iAUUVaN3iaa RrEDYfor PILES. ur ,i.i, nitutiomri. ex. tT.Lovii. I Pitcher's BVgEiilklH. m ' m J-- I I N-- . 1 . I a C.A.SNOW&CO. 1 " .... .... riyVES -' . one-ha- lf ... ... I .... .... .... .... .... m&im lton2c3 1 :si ;&AAi!iW , TASTELESS. 1 1 ... 11 found-mone- y SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY kSISJfV '"""" OWEN'SBOJaO.KY. T DN C - .HILL ro Pitcher's Castorla at-- u ln LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, mrl-na- L Right Iteconl. MSKtfe ull on the lleiul. uVuHrV "Sound money," says President George II. Itohcrtu, of tho l'euiisyltauia Itallroad company, "is lit the bottom of business. These eight words are put together us tight as a hammer's head, nnd they hit the nail right where It ought to be hit. Ahanrdlty oriloublc-Staudar- lllttlns tho BAKINQ POWDER WILL OE 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 BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO DE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. B. Sito Saving Shown Cit Ve"l f:vl you our l;'n . Sight General lopue and Htiycra Guide, If you cen.a In itiiJn t 5pos-.r.g- or stamp. That cxfircsaage, and j rn.-off idlers. '.rfia the treatment of "The President's Official Family" inhissenes, dtsctibiug the relation which each Cabinet mem ber holds to the President. Then he will show "Hoiv the Senate Works" and "How Congress Legislates,' each in n sepente article. llllllilllt lliili-v- . There Isn't try in ull tlic world, neter hus beiinml neter will be. Commerce and not law refe'iilnte value. And yet we are nsked to adopt by law what can't be Jr. fact the double standard at 11 ratio of sixteen to one icgardleso of conse- f.riclalutlou. n double standard cound laimMHilI ffflfffW FKlliWiRlw?KaT JffiP r .T L ...j-- 'GFAtviivRaliaUn For sale by L. Stevens, Hartford, Ky wnrpayeotoOOo.arodforfanoawhanroucanmaliatn, l PfliflW imj-VTJ- dictionary of Honest Valuei; ! Imppttant ii.iornutlon no matter vliero' you buy. 700 Para, of u.uj lllufctratloiia: tellseach. 40,000 n.c'cs and tl(,lit price of One r fit only Ictwecn maker tail user. it 11 't' adt" y.. .w xnw In la to s miirn " vv'-- ggmn -' 1 m . MUli ..-!:'- unit. We will send Tin: Kr.PUiaiCAXand either ol the following named papers for one j ear for the amount opposite each name. Look over the list and see w hat you need and give us a call; Daily and Sun. Courier-Journa- l $3.25 " without Sunday " 6 25 Semi-Weekle- y Globe-Democr- The more 1111 honest latest!-gato- r thinks about tlui proposition the Jess likely Is ho to ndiocate It. for olllce only may seek to work their passuge nt a sixteen to one ratio, but the until who works in the shop and on the farm is pretty apt to tench tho conclusion thathuiseiititled totJicbcnt money extant. Helton (Tex-.-) Journal. g quences. rallfornla, Wushlneton street, tho tlioioiiflifaro continued to Its full width through liiitu a Imiiilauinu new clt) Lull, whlcli will eoat In the of coloMsal of J.ViO.doO. Tho tho hulldlMir ttr.der iirch-plans aliuw uu linioalni,' exttllQC The The ground floor will be occurlty ImllhlooJ-- tvaahlnetoo atrcct. pied by stores. The other Iloor will be debut ulitn thin huiUlliii; la loin Uuwn It Id voted to city ottlces. Two elevators will iirnpoKtil l') eul il' iirnf 'hmiu'h to San bo used, one for each wltiu. nnd tho main Pablo utcnuo. Tliu ihav vll hull will then rntrances will be under the arches lo Lo luiii'irucUU on Lvili bIJcs uiiJ over Washington street. jin-st-- i'i:orosi-:The rlty of Oiklamt, city hall von Oakland, cal. ik kidiiJ HH FENCE! FOR A BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCE ON EARTH Mor,,-Hlih, ,1, 11 tltjOMiiKY'WAUD M'rli.-i- t tvo., & CO., Clilcaja man and nor oan mak aw'yaaiyaaeaajaaa. from 40 to 00 rada a dar. Over so atrial. lllnatra.Ari r.l.U.n. avaa. IVO-OClaaaiiaaAialal Cahaa t'? S ? 12 TO 20 CENTS A ROD? ajf Plcand Chloken Tlcht, $mfe 'Q-A- THE QUICKEST tot Pence. Beautiful. Durabla. 3lrons. end Cheap. Plain aalvanliad r tNCB WIRE aold to Parmere ut wholeeala prlcee. Clroulara and Price Llat Free. KITSELMAN DROTHERS, Box 02, RldRovlllo, Indiana. uinatmiiiiiai rwiiwVi f1,' X IfTouhavaaLawnnothlnarln tha world Mould bo a sunatltuta for ourflna t Ornaman- - aantj DCTWCCN N ,flDISVILLE)IlEPlPH13 PREPARATIONS FOR 1ME- Direct Connection! Par CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. ... ... Tlu.u Mialt llutr. No Other (loda Hut He. 1 1 1 Weekly CourierIournal . . . . 75 Louisville Commercial . , . . 25 N. Y. Tribune t 3S N.V. World 1 65 Chicago Inter Ocean 40 Home & Farm 25 We would be glad to send you any of the above named papers. This offer is good lor new subscribers and old ones who pay one j ear in advance thrice-aswee1 1 75 JMoL WfckT MS.TLE A now Direct Connection! (or all Point In Ol Navembor 3 aro already well muter way. - m a. AFRAID OF THE FUTURE. VatliiriM l'uriljrii-by u h hvru Can .Money llo llurrun tilt hiitirat? SIlwiIk'H who mo liuulliifr that tliu rubber Kol'IbiiK" )iae uiuhjiIiciI to vliuiKc IiIkIi lutt'H u( Intt'ri'ht on tltt'lr loaim hIiduIiI Iiifciim tlu'iiiKi'Ui'h tin tlin (jui'htltin on wlilcli tln-iiihtinu to H tlit-fiii IntclllKt'lit, tliry Mould V;now tluit lnt'rt't Ik fur low or bIM-ii- Will, Tbo Wooden uud Willow-Wor- d Trade Hot lew of April 10 offer tliu following exulunatlou for tliu cuuhc of tliu pre-euunutlufnclnry buxlnrHst'oiulltloiiii, All bunlwn Is dono by tliu medium ot tliu exlHtlng- lnuimuro of uhu. If there ro tiny doubts uluui Um fututo of that mcuHurc, eommi'iru irrtuluully npproachtw a etuudxtlll, WIiku tlio Shennuii mIIut lnw wan ivj'ul'd, Id the future U'jrun to return, ami li wuu vxvti that ctp would the evlln of Uiu bu tuken to fcyMim under wldch tliu buBlne of Uu country law bom bualiubi Otiiuulutttl by tills avr, nu.ii luunclii'd new nntn prlvm and aturU'd up old ours. Tlieio wait on of a revltal In biitdnt'SH ivyeur uho. When, lunw.M'r, It wtut found that tliere wan 11 small band 'of mm, vhosn whole fiittim wiui baai-i- tion Mcurlnir tliu friin lim.K of kilter by the I'nlu-. tp!i-utliijfl ol the fiht, battliiiR vigorously for KoiinilRiiaiiiPfH Priiiulnlca, which will brinu' Prostierity to tlio Nation. THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIHUNK is not only tliu leaillnir Ropublican iifiwfpapcrin llio country, bill in PreEinineiitly u Nalionnl us ill ways, lifl fntinil in t !. ISfi! lilt the tliiuke lyorre.-'piiiiiifiiu- W OF THE BI-- : TE ST T Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, IS TO ELECTED, AND PAST TME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPER! Wrllc for liifotnmllcn tu the nrnreit iigcnt cattle ChuitoV, Ohio & Soutltwtitcrn K. U. JOHN ECHOLS, Cen'l Jtotigr. LOUISVILLE, S. 0. HATCH, Uett'l KY. Act. nwtmmmu J. R. mmnmtmmmmMt PIRTLE mBmm In Kld HtiuidiiiiU-oiintrli'utliiicoiuitrli'H uIhtii nllwrlHtii-c'il- . cur-rvu- er tint United Mat cm, (li'iiiuuiy llrltiitn with Indlit, Clilnu or .Mexico. In each uud ull of tint Hllu-- r Ntuiidunl count i lew lutoii-H- t Is iniicli IiIkIkt tliiiu In tho guli IhihlH nittloiiH. If ftiii nlher will lower IntfifHt, why iIoch It not do to In .lupiui nnd Mv.lco? r)iniitio or (linit In tlniMi ,'ill i,.,, Itititruct twtirv .............. nltlvAti inivi.r. . j Amnrlnnn vi.i... tipwgot llitM'ay, rnri'l'li .n,nvuiiiiriii Denar- tAll inn nicnt, Market Reports,, Fashion Pluto with elaboratei dpucriptioiis, mnl u vn- ,.. ... . .' . . i.i it., ii i noiy i neniBoi noiifienoiii intnre"t, iiibkb ii i uu i.i... WoditiiUhTHE REPURLICAN and NEW Y TKIHUNK, both papers Tiu tO Family Nev8pnrur. .....iinat.... ..n.t.j ,i,,i, .lian.tadi.ii.u V,,,llJniUIJ IIU,,n .....I ,,,r,,rnif,in .. ,,, mt-a- n $L2B Till-- ONI,Y WAT OUT 01' IT. "Oh, ICdgar, Instead of u street gown tho drcsiuiaKer hnsrniulo a tratcllng costume for me." "Well, wliut lire yongolnif todoubout It?" "I'hoonly w.iy out of It that I cun sec is (o snend the vlnter in Southern : ONE YEAR ataaaeaMtiaiialaaiilname iaa. Aildrefd all orderd to tliu Pitchor's Castoria. KEl'KALOIA .urilly )i'.-r(Vtt.iji. Monthly 1 alii I run ilVlir HV Mil,-, Children Cryfor " ,im i'ulit I'llls. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, e DENTIST Advano HARTFORD, KKNTUCJtY. , mmmmmmmammmmim la prepared to do any and all Itladui Prices meet of Dental Operations, reasonable, Ofllce over Williams k. Bell's Drutf Store. CuJlforiilu,"-I'llet'eji- do Illactter, Write your luxie and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Hea . Tribune Bulldintr, New York City, and sample copy olTHK NW YORK W1RKIY TRIUUNK will be mailed to you. Room Vitalized air or laughing air ad- ministered for paiulesj ettractiou oi , teeth' Y