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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896061201 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. I ' "" . . THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE ' wtlte io r, B. O'lC'RV. Drawer ITS, Chlcni ,. ,, rie- taty of lli Si . . lit i CosirNv fui mi .imi.i tn rrgatillug An Mi ii In 'if it TheHietfobd Republican. OFFICIAL OEDAN OF TSE PAETT IV TBS FODSTH ncc. Metitlu.i lly to Uiin yiu tun r (Mmtxrihlp fee, llaa I'M ovir tuaiuajuj McMcnlal Injuries. llilllnr. il GOMESSIOm DISTRICT. tlo your own Aituit. HO MKDICAI, JIXA1IINATION RKQUJRH VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1896. (4nli(nr NIIer-Wlilr- liT NO. 40. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST ftor We&rl- y- - -- oafc. rEazx-.- : H-A-VE- oEiisr'nrxjs'r VEHICLE TUDESX - ES -flLDD. , DELKE S s 1 V IIDE-Il-I- o t) Hi -- rt!Swis-- 0 0 Q is h.O i P cf J i 0 0 w XOO DRoir Ooxxt. tlao 3E3lt2a.c3.sOxrLe"t. WHITE FOR CA TALOG V- E- Sold by authorized dealers or direct from K N Shall thla country stick to the gold standard or shall it drop to the silver basis? Recent events have made It certain that every voter will to vote "yes" or "no" on these Ihave next November. The twrAA n.l will flfwlnrit there is no longer any room for doubt that the Democrats will declare for silver. Some hope was felt until a week or two ago that the Democracy would resUt the attacks of fiatism, but this has vanished. A wave of repudiation is sweeping over that party in the Wot and South. It Is a repetition of the 'greenback deluge of a score of years ago, with this difference, that It has engulfed a far larger proportion ol the Democracy than it did then. The money question, therefore, will come up in the canvass of 1896 with greater sharpness and clearness than it ever did belore. There will besome interest,-ocourse, in the tariff ques tion, but th.it must be a subordinate issue if the Chicago convention adopts a silver, platform and puts up a siivercandidate. If silverism comes up In any such portentous shapes as it at present threatens to take, it will be practically the only issue of the campaign. It will dwarf the tariff as the slavery question did from Texas annexation to the civil war. There will be no settlement for silverism any more than there was for slavery except in its complete and its eternal f Highest of all In Leavening rower. SPRING MEDICINE IsSlMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Dos't forget to take It. Now is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A slueglsh Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Aeue, Rheumatism, and many other and Ills which shatter the constitution ' reck health. Don't forget the word REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LlVbR REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR distinguishes It from all other remedies. And, besides this, SlMMONi LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kept In good condition. FOR THE ULOOLV take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood purifier and corrector. Try It and note Look for the RED Z the difference. You wont find It on on every package. any other medicine, and there Is no other Liver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER .REGULATOR-t- he Klngof Liver Remedies. Be sure you get It. Co., Philadelphia, I'm. J. II. Zellln & Baking RoYal Powder ;ute3 ABaSOWTEEaY PURE were thrust upon her. The IKffUEUEl CO., MANUFACTURES, Hnderson,Kyj DOCTOR. Iloii'l HOW TO CL'ltK YOUII8R1.K WIIII.lt U8IN0 Hli lobnrro. JHWf$ ENQLISH IT. The tobacco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is seriounly ullcclcd, imparin health, comlort and To quit suddenly is too' happiiicis. severe shock to tho system, as tolmc-c- o to an inveterate user becomes a 11 Remedy for Coughs, Colda, nnd Consumption i Is beyond question the creiteit of all modern medicines. It will stop Couth in one nifht. check a cold In a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthmi, and cur$ Consumption if taken jn ftiimilnnt that hisHjsti-n" continual.)' time. " You can't afford to be without it." A 25c. bottle may save your life! Ask your druggist for it Send for pamphlet. If the little ones have use it promptly. TkfMSliM C., Croup or Whooping Cough u 11 tun to turi. j. cKim MKDicnnt co., IS All Chtmhet St., if. Y. IMMMMMMMMM1 JM. 411. lllDmiUU. rJ.pXn.s f (CZ) TABULES RCQULATC THE 8T0MACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. SI HUM TAlll'LLS ar. Ik. HaJI-- ! k..wa f.r JhI1c.U.m. nilL.a.aa, Ua4.ah.,CaallMU... Ilja... ala.t Sr.at. Uf.rTr.w.lM.llUiUr.lUdC.Hitl.it.H. Oraaatto lMat.r,Ik. SlMa.ak, llr.nl., a4 llw.la. ..J .11 ala. ral.r. .r Llxr Up4L. T.k.tM oouUIn noihlsr Inlnrlou. to UU moat dlut ronalHutlon. An iiljnt Ut .Lai elf lata. atf. ffalul,wr box. .IraiuaJUU rvllaf. May l onlanJ flluav. ..01. throntift.trcjtdrucfUtaOr troi.lL &unpl. ui.licroti AdJru. THE RIPAN9 CHEMICAL CO., i l.l X...... ........... U.rlUCI JtT IN QUANTITY. ITIIKIT. NIVTTOUIC CTTY. .......... OUT IM QUALITY. , WHITE'S CREAM FOR .Has led nil WORM Romodlos. GUARANTEED,' BOTTLE 'EVERY UI.D BV AI.I, DIIUGUIIITH. rraaara. kf icikioi muimt to., t. torn. 20 YEARS "Uacir-Curin a sciemilic craves, euro lor the tocacco habit, in all its forms, careiully compounded after the formula of an cniuieiit Berlin physicians who has ueil it in his private practico einco 1872. without a tailiiio. It is purely veetnble and guarauterd You can use pvrleclly hnriubess. all tbu tnlmcco yuu want while taking "llaco-Ciiro.- " It will notify you ttlien to Htoji, Wo yive a written guiiritntcu to cure permanently any cum! with three boxes, or refund tho iniiiiey with 1U per cent, interest. "llaco-Ciir- o" is not a substitute, but a tcieiitilio cure, that cures without the iiid ot will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as thu h purn mid lieo from oicotinu day ynu took viuir first chew or Hinoke o and guiueil Cured By Thirty pounds. From hundrtils of testimonials, tho originals ot which are on tile and open to inspection, tholollowiugis present ed. Clayton .Nevada Co., Ark. .Jan. 28,'!)5. hureka Chemical & Ml.:,, Co., La For forty CriK.c, Wi. Oeiiileiuea: veals I used tobucco in all Its forms. years ot that timo I Tor twenty-fiv- e was a great sufferer from general ami heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to ijuit, but couldn't. I took various remedies, among others "The Indiau Tobacco Antidote." Douhlo Culorideof Gold." etc., etc., but none of them did mo the least bit ot good. Fiually, hovever, I purchased a box ot your "Unco Curo" and it.hsi entirely cured mo of the habit iu all its fnrmr, aud I huvu increased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from all the uumerotni aches ami prins of body and mind.- - 1 could write a quire of paper upon my changed feelings and conditions. 11 D.icn-CJury there a brunettes, nil never w gre.tter mistake, lor blondes look equally well in tluit color. These henvy silks uxed to be considered suitable only l'ir eyenin i wejr, but we have now no fixe I U vs tor tntte-rl- al or cotoiiuglor different iccosinns. Gray is lovely in poult de s e, and a roliiu's-rgblue is the Miltett nnd most de'iicite thing iiiweiuahle Lace, einliroi'lcrlrs, nwiislitie de Mie, and hliilT'ii all ci'iiibllte' snttsfiictoril- with these heavy sllkn, but bl.ck unlci.s lur ol.ier won'cii, slioul'l never bechoAcn to trim them, nlthouuli there are maiiy "owns th it luve been lately made up that Imve fine black lace on the solid color. White jgmnat the soft shading I" UHiully brcmiiliig and gray made up with white and touches ot yellow gles u beautllul picturesque effect. From lUrper's Bazar. Taal extirpation. Right at the outset in the canvass the country will be asked whether it will remain with great enlightened nations of the world with England, Prance, Germany aud the other business countries, great and small or whether it will join its fortunes to China, India, Mexico and the peoples ol a lower grade of intelligence and civilization. To this complexion the financial issue comes at last. The first meutioued group have the gold standard; the second group are on the silver basis. Gold standard nations nse silver coin, though this fills only a subordinate position; the silver standard countries have silver only, aud this is only a small ratio in proportion to population. Enlighten- meut, progress, prosperityand all the conditions which make life worth living o,re iu the formcrgroup, and their antithesis are iu the latter. If the tilver conspirators gain control of the Democracy and work their will in the Chicago Convention, rOg&'s canvass will be the most exciting and important whicJi the country has had since i860 Globe-Democra- Maartl.ll Juala.U.1. The enLexington, Ky .June s gagement of Dr F O Young and Miss Kilie Hill, of this citv, uas announced to day. Mi-i- Hid is one ol the mot beitutilul ytiung women in the Bluegrass legion. She is the Gen, Samuel daughter of K lllll. who came to this city a lew years ajjo troru llaitliml, Kv. Dr. Yuung is Pirsideiil 01 the lalnct-u- i Iioird ot Health, nod i. unr of the best kuov-- phy.sicuns in the State He is a brother to Lieut I.ucicu Young, i.f the United States Navy. Oil account ol the illnes ol Dr. Young's mother Hie wedding, which is to take plarx June 25, will be a quiet one at the home ol the bride's parents' , s Ux-Arl- jt. Murvrloiifi HrtalL. From a letter written. by Rev. J. Gundermau, of Dimondale, Mich., we use permitted to make tkis extract: "1 have no hisitation in recommend-- . ingDr King's New Discovery, as the result, were almost marvelous In the cse of my wife. While I was pastor of Hie baptist church at Rives luuclion she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding LaGrlppe. Terrible paroxysms ot coughing would Ust hours with little interruption mid it seemed as if. she could not survive them A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it vas quick iu its'work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles free at Williams and Bell's Drug Store. Regular size 50c. aud $1.00. 'IU. (UrluiaiUtetn. jmorlcan Stonm Laundrg .Clarence Caseuier U7-- (J mo. Docs the finest work of auy Mass. Tho Inumlrv in Kentucky, I heard of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar HonGoods ey for sale at the Store of Messrs. work is all guaranteed. are not torn up, but nro return- (..mil, Dunfett & Co's, Grantshurg, ed in good condition. 1 II. , aud meeting many commendations Slnppod on Mon- -' from different persons of its wonder' day, roturnod on Friday. ful uierits, I thought I would try a bottle I have been seriously effected tor 25yenra with a couch and pains hi my side nnd breast that were cuus-in- g Ky. Agt. Hautfoiid, me n miserable life. I spent lain dreds of dollars with doctor aud for Nprrlill .Holler. medicines, but everything failed until who linve subscribed I tried this wouderlul leintdy, , . All persona It 1 fior the Commercial or the Nevr Yu beats the world and saved my life. I Tribune at this office.nml who are not recommend Dr. Hell's PuioTtir Honey everybody with weak lungs. It is receiving them, will please report to togreat success, a J. 11. Rositu., . tut at once. May 20,1895. Grantshurg 111. Por sale by Z WayueGrifTin & Bro., druggist, and Kenfrow Bros , NarR. K. Sutherland Med, Co : Gutrrs: 1 write this letter because rows, Ky. I believe you have made a discover Niiiimirr Nllk. in a cough, cold, throat and lung remThe handsomer qualities ot silk, or, edy that the people ought to have, I refer to Dr. Uell'a Pine Tar Honey, I to speak more correctly, the more exhave thoroughly tested it and know pensive qualities, are being made up It cures. for summer outfits. its wonderful merits. Poult de sole is Any one who ever needs a remedy of a fashionable male! Ul, and comes in be never should this kind "without a bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine exquisite shapes. A malzj or corn color is among the novelties, and Tar Honey. Jkkry M.Poutish, Glass and Quecnsware. when trimmed with white lace is exPaduclmlf, Ky. Jan, 15, 1895. becoming, It used to be For sale by . Wayne Grifiin&Jlro , ceedingly druggist, and Kenfrow Bros , Nar- thought that anything approaching rows, Ky. j el low should beexclusively worn by '' Piunceton, Ky., Yours respectfully, l II. Maiiiiuky. Pastor C. T. Ilhurch, Clayton, Ark. l.OU per Sold by all druggist . at box; three boxes, (thirty days' written ?2 50 with iron-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of prico. Write tor booklet and proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis., and Boston, treat-muiit), ad .Laundry Tl e eirl of sixteen is simply a promise of the future. He life is belore her, with her character and aspirations yet to be formed. If her mother is a wise woman bIic devotes a great deal ol thought to this fledgling of her brood and feels her own This testimonial is unsolicited and responHibllily. The future life of her Jerry Varler Iu lMlltlen. My stxteenyear.Hld girl may beembltter-e- d for the benefit ot humanity.' Speaking of the drummer in polisevere daughter has beu subject to by neglectat this period, when her tics, I came mighty near getting into colds and croup and oitcii taken with myself In Kentucky. I tipell at n if lit. Dr. character is forming. Now, above all politics violent coughing Bell's Pine Tar Honey i the only trtini's, her mother knows she should played 'em from the trenches to the preparation I have loutiii tlut will re. keep her daughter's confidence and mountain top, irom the cellar to the lieve her. 1 think it is as necessary be her best and Inmost confident, as garret, and I aud Gov. Bradley orderin the house-holns lite preserver well as her adviser in all material ed out the militia and I came home. on usteaniboHt. Ken' v. uuttets. The average girlat this age Aud I've just been thinking whether It. L. JlSSiiL, Jan. 18,1895 is hardly whit poets have pictured I'd continue to drum and stand at 202 W ilndge. St., Louisville, Ky. For a de by 7. WaytteGrifliii&Hro., sweet sixteen, nor is It universally least some chance of going to heaven druggist, and Keulrow Bros., Nar- ttue, as a philosopher has remarked, when I die, or go into politics nnd go rows, Ky. that women arc. universally charming to hell, sure as the world! I dou't The Democrats now propose a busy at "that period of life, when the avs like politics! I don't ltke to follow B ticket Boles and Bl.ckburn. Boies erjge man reaches the height of any business in this world that rewas a Republican until a few je.irs and detestabllity." The quires me to stick a knife in the back ago, lilackburtl never bad sense girl of sixteen 'iu likely to be awk-wir- t. ol my best friend and ask him to enough, tq be a Republican. He is Her feet and hands, which stand and bleed, while I go and kiss the man who proposed to fight the grow first, are usually too large for an enemy on the front tooth to get late war with bowie knives, and went her undeveloped figure. A few girls his vote! so far, we believe, as to boirowa are unfortunate enough to ooclty, the I was in politics eight mouths, and knife foi the purpose of doing his higher the race the slower the child I walked over eight thousand miles But although share oftheslaughter. caches maturity. The folly becomes taking fellows aside to whisper somehe spoke bowie knives as "Hamlet" evident of forcing a child of sixteen thing to tlum and I never told any proposed to fpeak daggers to his into society and burdening her with two men the same thing. I never F,x. mother, he used none those responsibilities which belong was honest a day with myself or any to mature years. Pornaerly young other man and I whispered so much fcLctrle Ilium. women were far beyond young meu I almost lost my voice; and I got so lilectric Ulttera is a medicine suited of the sanies age, because they were if I wanaed to tell my mother I loved for any season, but perhaps more forced forward as soon as they were her I'd call her to one side and whisgenerally needed, when the ltnguid considered "old enough to compete iu per to her. I even wore gumshoes, exhausted feeling prevails, when the the matrimonial, piarket." No time until toward the last, when I got liver is torpid and sluggish and the was to be lost, our nt forenothing and had to go barefooted, need of a tqnlc and alterative is felt. fathers believed, and the cares of a And If I never get to be Senator A prompt use of this medicine has woman of twenty-fiv- e were thrust up-o- u from ' Kentucky, the black dove olleu averted long aud rxthsp fatal of disappointment will never hover the girl In her teens. She was bllous fevers, No medicine will act to acquire "a little music, a over the mound ot earth,, where the more surtly in counteracting and little Italian, a little skimming of and smart weeds and pen freeing th system from the malarial beltcs'lettrea" and she was ready for nytile are growing above my forgotpoison,. IJeadachc, Indigestion, Con. society. If a college training did ten form, Because I never did cx stipatlon, plnlnes yield to Jilectrio nothing else for a woman it would be pect itl It was only a joke the drumBitters. 50c. aud $1 00 per bottle at of incalculable value in increasing mers of America and Populist Poor Williams it, Bell's Drug Store, the years of her girlhood, allowing played on the Kentucky Legislature. nai a rr. Ml'r' Fln 1MIU. From speech belore Drummers' her time to develop naturally In mind E'lir Torunn .i Dr. Ullw' 1'ala rttU All pain Untitled, and body belore the cares of a home Convention nt Terre Haunt, Ind. ralu tnu no alia wttU lr. lllle' V( PUli, d 11 ss 1 over-purdedog-fenn- girl matured early nnd faded Admit. Thut (loM I. th early. Befote she was thltty she was Mr. L'rl.11 Hluudiaril of Vla. considered passe, aud nt forty she In his Atlunta dcbut with 8ecm Crisp attempted was ready to retire to the chimney tary Smith corner with cap nnd knitting needles. to answer ttio objcotlon of the50sound cent money udiocateH against the A college training adds more than dollar by suylng: MI tell you, mr ten years to a woman's youthful life friends, that 1 do not want the free tuid unlimited coinage of Hlhcr unless the by keeping away trie responsibilities of society four years, and giving 'bullion In a silver dollar Is 'worth as much oh the bullion in a gold dollar. her these four years to develop menAll this rot ubout cheap money Ls a subtally and physically before she Isc tiled terfuge ot'.hosc who arc Interested In to the battle of life. New York TrN maintaining the dearest kind of money." g Mr. CrUp' has for jvcra been bune. for frco xlhor on the ground that gold lias Increased In alue and la too Just now everybody Is beginlnlng scarce and dear to serve as money, and to take a Spring Medicine. And it is has urged the necewdty of having a good thing to do provided you "cheaper money for tho people" aa take Simmons Liver Regulator the against dear money for the banker". Yet ho now says that he only w ants free best Spring Meoicine. It's n sluggish oolnago under the condition that thu liver that clogs the system and make3 bullion In u silver dollar shall be worth a dollar In gold. Thut Is exactly what Dad blood. A dose nday of Simmons Thomas Jefferson favored when he ad- Liver Regulator will make anew man Ibcd the ratio between gold and out of you, and a new woman too. stiver thatfixed as nearly as poaslble at be Look for the Red 7. on the package. 'tho commercial value of the tw o metals. It Is Simmons Liver Regulator you It la what the believers In an honed 'dollar have alwuya Insisted on. A free want. 'coinage law which should put 100 cents' worth of stiver in each dollar would CHiilm Itrilllcllnii. l'er mot Injuriously affect our present sound Mr. Davidson the Superintendent financial system. of Public Instruction, says that while But what becomcp of Mr. Crisp'. there has been no official correspondJiromlso that under f reo silver the people would luivo chenp money? II a gold ence on the subject, that a tacit undollar l too dear bo used to measure derstanding has been reached by him- values, how wouldto silver dollar which n self, the Auditor and others that this In worth Just n much be auy cheaper? years school fund deficit shall be yhe cuiMfitfrcittl value of silver Is 'now about thlfty'to one. If Mr. Crisp lit lion-emade up in lull out of future funds, In saying that he wants the bullion aud that all schools and teachers will .In a silver dollar to be worth as much an get the full amount contracted for and the bullion In a gold dollar, ho would promised for this year. This will be ihave to coin tho two metals In a thirty good news to many teachers who to one ratio. 'Ilow would that shatter the hated money power? feared n curtailing of the school Mr. Crisp warned his Atlanta hearers terms, and the loss of a month or so's .against the people who are Interestcl j in maintaining the dearest kind of salary. The Superintendent, however, like money. When he talks of coining silver dollars with a bullion value equal everyone else now forsees a big reto a gold dollar, does he not admit that duction in per capita to be fixed for gold Is the standard and that he wants to have our slltcr money Just as valthe next school year. It will probabuable as gold? ly be from $2.80 per capita to ns low M'CLEARY'8 SPEEOH. as $.25. The report of census takers are now coming in and enough have XtonMillsbes Free Colnaffa l'atflacla !? About Trloe. been received to show that there will The Congressional Record of March be an increase, if a small one, in the 27 contains a speech by J. T. McClaairy. number of school children reported, of Mlnnebota, "against unrestricted as compared with last year's report of coinage ot silver," which la the most thorough, entertaining and convincing 727.723. This fact in connection wo discussion of the silver with the reduced revenue for school, haie seen. K cry aspect ofquestion the question as well as other pursoses, and in lact is presented. Every argument of tho that something like $175,000 must be honest believer in free coinage la examined and demolished. Tho taken from it to make up the present fr..-advocate, It"l deficit just referred to, will easily vlue of the"that coluuge he picks his, foots,, igshown, Is cause the big per capita reduction. noring such as do not favor his arguBesides this the schools are bound ment. Ho does not see the wbolo truth, purout ouly so much of It as suHs-hlto be more expensive next year, as pose. The sllverite begins usually with the attendance in all public schools tho statement that there bus been a will be larger on account of the new ruinous full of prices, beginning with Compulsory Educational lay. 1673, when sliver dollars were excluded irom freo coinage, and thut tho decline of prices was due to the exclusion of tlllDll llFllllll And a good appetite go haudlu hand. ether. But It he would consider the history of prices before 1873 hu would And With the loss of appetite, the system that the recent decline began in 1SGS. cannot long sustain itself. Thus the Tho fall between 1605 and 1873 was fortifications ot good health are broklarger than between 1873 and tho presen down and the system is liable to ent time, though tho mint was then open tosllver. ButthIawusnottbaflrsat attacks of disease. It Is in such case period of low prices during the present that the medical powers of Hood's century. Iu the period from 1818 to Sarsaparilla testify to its great meiits 1852, while Uie mint was open to r, there- was a full in avernga prices as a purifier of the blood, its power to practically the same as that which has restore and sharpen the appetite nnd 'taken place inco 1873. promote a healthy action of the diTho price of silver before 1873 did gestive organs. Thus it Is, not what mot decline along with that ot other we say but what Hood's Sarsaparilla comniodltletj, as it has done since 1873. Silver was not then their faithful comdoes that tells the story and constipanion, but held itself aloof from tho tutes the strongest recommendation general tumble. Between 1800 and 1803 a tremendous fall, followed that can be urged for any medicine. Why not take Hood's Sarsaparilla by a tremendous rise ot prices of but silver hardly varied. And now? .there is not now more than before clam-'orlnst lv s QIVINQ HIS WHOLE CASE AWAY i'liuFEHiiWNAL Jns.H. eilenii, OARD. J.N. 11. WrddlHg, LAWYERS, (Office, ovrr Andpr.on'. Bauar.) GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. Ta-Qa.e- s jO.. TTBBIY Jt ur. AW 1 and adjoining counties, and court oi Appeals. Special attention given t Offices cast side of puV.ii. collections. square. M. L. HAllTFOIII), Will practice his profession in Ohio Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoiiifcig counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. ' Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, ' Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. K. H. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. mr. H. BARBIES imoniAT Hartford, Ky. LiWJ practice WILL courts of his profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Offico next door below Conimeri cial Hotel. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, Will practice, bis profession in all th courts of Ohio anil adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. 3S. 3E. 3NTE3A.3L., (Umiily Attorney) Attorney &i JC&w, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice Ins profession iu the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. tr The decline of prices has not, however, been universal. It has been large in articles worked by machinery, as .textiles, minerals, manufactures, etc., but It has not been large, as a rule, In products of agriculture, tropical products, animal and fish products, etc. The reduction of transportation rates has 'lowered the price of wheat phenomenally at th points of consumption, as iu the east und In England, but the prico obtained by tho farmer of the 'northwest has not been materially changed. Beef, butter, eggs and similar articles have not followed tho down-'warcourse, of silver, even at points of consumption. There is one, commodity which is dealt In, bought and sold, mora unlversully and la greater volume, It way be said, than all others put together labor. If It has not fallen in price, It is folly to'say that there has been "a general fall of prices duo to tho of silver." Aud It has not 'fullen. On tho contrary, wages havead-Tonceand the wages ot 1600, with silver demonellred, exceeded by 88 per ,ceut. the "bimetallic" wages of 1800. In purchasing power the wages of exceed those of the earlier period by 73 'per ceut. Much is madeby siherltesot French bimetallism, but Mr. McCleary shows that Prance did not, by her law of 1803. s a matter of fuct, "sustain for 70 years her legal ratio of fifteen and one-ha-lf to one" as the commercial ratio of the world. The price fluctuated, notwithstanding the law. Nor did Prance ever have the coiiourreut circulation of silver and gold. From .1820 to 1850 France hod only silver, and from 1850 to 1305 only gold oolu iu circulation. It was not the French legal ratio that kept the commercial ratio near fifteen ao4 to one from 1803 to 1873. Iu concludlug his telling speech Ma. McCleary, himself a protectionist, tho Pennsylvania protectionists who are going In for the free coluuge of silver becuuso they may thus American wages to thu level iu Mexico, Japan and other countries on thai silver basis. Baltimoro Sun. d y one-half HARTFORD, KY. given to col SPECIAL attentionabstracts, Ae., making any connection between the also Notary Public tor Ohio County. 1673 prico of stiver and the prico of other Office North side of public square. things. Attorney JNO. B. WILSON, tui Law Attorney at Iaw Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all Hie Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, r.. J. SPECIALTY: i. amaer , Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, F.VANSVILLU, IND. Office 416 Upp. First st. B. VIOKERS, Attorney at Law, IlHKTPORD, KY,, Will practice hit profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special attention given to all busiuesi entrusted to his care. Offico on Market Street, over L. B. Stevens' grocery. Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all the Courts ot Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Atturusy. ARMISTEAD JONES, Wanted-- An Idea ProUcI your IdMat tb.r m. trio- jou wmIUi. Wilt. JOHN WKODKltUUKN k CO 1'il.nl Alloc. eat a. Wublnatun, 1). O., tor ih.lr ll.tuipriu ta.r 4lU ul lwt biuvdr4 laTNUlaa. warn Wtva Ms thisk ot .am. .Iraoa. tCl04lulvU.il liifpuiiucANs of tho Ith Congressional District would do us a great favor it tlioy would send in thq news rum each county. --- 7 LI If ""'- "TfT-- .t-- rirfA.rir.' ri - miinii.wffittw Hartford Republican SAM A. AJVnr.ItNON.. I'RIPAV, JU.NK 12 l8y6. Distillers aro seriously considering tbo question of ..i.itltnr. closing down for eighteen months. Tub Kentucky Subscription, St. 25 por yoar. Rates nnd Tonus. Subscriptions $1.35 per annum in l.tcal notices loc per line first In scrtlon and 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices sc per line, and musUnvnribly be paid for in advance, unless party ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work olnll kinds promptly and neatly executed. aiivuuce. !! Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. For Congress, Hon. Jno. W. Lkwis. The United Confederate Reunion will be held at Richmond, Vn., on the 30th of this month and continue for three days. HnroitTS como from dill'ercnt parts of the county that the corn and wheat crops are very much damaged by the continued wet weather. Thomas will be the next Congressman from the 1st District; E. T. Franks from the 2d and W. Hopkins-villG. Hunter from the 3d G. I e Banner. And Jno. AV. Lewis from the 4th. The thought of tho Hon. Henry Watterson enjoying the society ot the French Capital, surely fills with envy the breasts of a host of sound money men who call themselves Democrats. Hon. John W. Lewis has endeared himself to tho people of his District of party affiliations. irrespective Many are anxious to express their esteem for him by returning him to tho halls of Congress. Senator Blackburn iu speaking at Lexington said to the sound money men: "You tried this thing for twenty years and made a failure." Certainly they have made a failure, and Hon. J, C. S. Blackburn is a failure along with the rest of them. Our people are awakening to the Wednesday. Mr. Alva Taylor who has been In fact that something must be done to Hartford for the past while, has re- maintain the reputation of our town as an educational 'center. As the turned to his home. Miss Llllle Austin is ou the sick matter stands, we are now threatened with only n plain five months comThe bicycle crane has subsided list. Quite a number of people from this mon school nnd 'tis questionable through rural districts. In the most of tho districts tho roads aro too place attended the Jubilee at Beaver whether our College building can be used to teach it in. Many citizens rough for satisfactory wheeling, Dam last Saturday. say it can't and claim that a common Cherry pie is all the go out here. Hence tbo purchase of a wheel is an school building will have to be erectDora Dkan. extravagant expenditure of money. ed. If this must be done why not That this fact is being realized, is A word to the wise is. sufficient, or erect two buildings and divide the right. The American people are en- ought to be, at least. The word is district, as there are two mauy pupils tirely to extravagant, and their dispo-litio- that Kitselman Bros., Ridgevllle, for one school and it would be mote to bito at every fad, accounts Ind., arc enabling the farmers of this convenient for the pupils to have two in 801110 measure for hard times. country to nuke the best. fence on houses iu different patts of the town. Tho Democratic party is responsible rarth at the actual cost of the wire. The foregoing are murmurings and Isu't it worth an investigation? utterances we hear on the streets every for all the rest. Your name and address on postal will day and His true we are in rather n "Bab," who writes for the Courier. bring full particulats. Sec their addilemma, but our people arc not goJournal weekly, has made a vigorous vertisement. ing to lie still and consent to have attack on the shirt waist now univeronly a plain five months common 'Hie Jabllee, sally worn by tho women. Whilst Last Satutday was the great Far- school, but will find n way to keep "Bab'' writes entertainingly and in- mer's Jubilee at Beaver Dam. ExTo accomplish up our reputation. structively at times, at other times tensive preparations had been made this, many of our citizens think that she fills a column or two with the for the occasion and all who were we should accept the provision of the This attack she has there were royally entertained. Early Graded Common School Law, vote a merest twaddle. made on the shirt waist than which in the morning the people began to tax of not more than 50c on each there is not a neater, jauntier, or , come ln ftom every direction, and by $100.00 worth of taxable ptoperty more comfortable garment is as noon there were thousands in attend and a capitation tax not to exceed $1,50 for purpose of maintaining said weak a production as ever came from ance. Mr. Monroe delivered the welcome address; prayer by Rev. A'ilson. school and extending the term to ten her ready pec. Bab is oftimes erratProf. Ray, Mr. H. P. Taylor and oth-er- s months. Many of our citizens say ic. entertained the vast assemblage 25c on each 100 and $1.50 capitation While it is to tho interest of Black-- , with appropriate speeches At night tax will be sufficient, but as buildings and furnture must always be kept in burnisra that the Democratic party the entertainment was largely attendrepair many say the amount ought to fly into flinders, yet it is enough to ed and wj a decided success. be 37 advalorum and ft jo capitathe bluh of shame to the cheek bring liriiin llHjur JnWu Untr. The followidg note from the Drum tion tax. The latter named amount of every Republican, when they sea such men as Carlisle, Lindsay, Buck-n- cr Major 01 tue Seventeenth Infantiy would no doubt be sufficient to keep up all repairs and with our common and Watterson condemned by was written by him while sitting at my side during the morning session school fund easily maintain a graded Kentuckians, and such men as Blackschool for ten months iu each year. burn, Bronston and Jack Chinn, held ot the G. A. R Encampment at SomUnder the law we can vote this tax erset, May 20, 1S96. up as bright and shining lights; as for three years and then if we don't Edwin Founits. eminent statesmen and the men in like it we can make a change. Again, To Post No. 11. G. A. R., Fords-villwhose hands the destiny of the naif we accept the provisions of the law Ohio county, Ky., Greeting: tion should be placed. It is enough, Barr, Co. A 17 Ky. Inft., Drum we will elect six trustees and said John we say, to make even a Republican Major of said regiment was wounded trustees may prescribethk branch-E- S blush for shame. (other than those required by law on the battle field of Shiioh, April 6, 1S62, sends greetings to his old to be taught in the common schools) n e, Tim great National Convention oljtlio itcptiblican party wilt meet at St. Louis next Tuesday, at which time the next President of the United States nill be named. The platform will without doubt be ior the gold standard, and with a divided Democracy the Republican will march into tho White House without a struggle, Taylor were the guest of Misses Old and Susie Williams last Sunday, Mr. James Austin nnd wife visited friends in Hotton last Sunday, Mrs Octama Taylor is Improving slowly. Mr. J. D, Smith made n flying trip OUR SCHOOL. A Few Suggestions Regard to Same. in to Horton last Sunday, Mr. Everett Mauzy went to last Monday returned home Mor-gauto- wn ClT17.i:.N HIIOItM) ACT AT OXCK. The Iron uriisp of scrofula linn 110 mercy upon Its victims. 'This demon ot the blood Is often nut untitled with raiiKing dreadful sorex, but racks tho body with tho palm of ihciiinatlsui euros. until Hood's "Nearly tour years uro I became afflicted with scrofula and rheumatism. C T I D d! 6 !FarnifareT JTcirniiarelT ' 1 lmt 'All rwjswiV 1 llunnlng sores broko out on my thighs. Pieces ot bonecamo out and an operation was contemplated. I had rheumatism In my legs, drawn up out of stupe. I lost appetite, could not sleep. I was a perfect wreck. I continued to grow worao and Anally giro up the doctor's treatment to Made Well Hr ' f) XlmlXvZ 1 7 v CARRIED UMiftMSLY nh-v- Soon appetite ctmo back) tho sores commenced to heal. My limbs straightened out and I throw away my crutches. I am now stout and hearty and am farming, whereas four years ago I was a cripple. 1 glsilly URBAN Hood's Harsaparlllft." Hammond, Table Grove, Illinois. tike Hood's BantaparllU. Hood's Sarsaparilla IstheOneTrup Wood Purifier AllilniERhti. fl. Prepare donl)- - by C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. !" CMT to Clir MOOd S FlllS take, easy to operate, tto. When it moved that our Fuiiiiluiuttuiil moving hotter than tbo average nliic.li simply means tint imr Furniture lhn average, and that means a good donl too, nowadays whtn the quality it Furniture averages better. Iu buying Furniture do one or two things beluic nu buy anything. Make up your mind how much you want 10 epend nnd ret- what we can gilt yuu fur that amount, or nlcu uiaLu uii your inind whut y& In ol Furuituie you want ami compare nur prlen with thnt ol others. A wi tho lowest ou same grade nf Furuituie. !ls e n im,d to ".U..:,l Jm Ann Sirest, Owensboro, Ky. 85 I2t tir El. "s7vr.S3ZT,3:, y ucct 8or to Martin A Smith. " 'i:ii ii.vo, Farming is greatly hindered 111 d crops are considerably Injured by the heavy rniin. Mrs. Cassie Griffin is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs Frank Bn teller. Mr. R. H. Jones, Hopkinsville, is visiting his son, Capt. P. Jones. Mr. James Barnett, Owensboro, s) ent t(trnl ilnjs here last week. Mr. W. D Barnard is the happy manits a 14 pound girl. Mrs. James Curtis is visiting the lannly of Mr. John Cur U in Eva lle. Miss Alice Talley Evansville this week. SCHEME is visiting in Louis. TO LOWER WAGES The following la tlw miggekthu head-tni- r of un article In the Sun of Lexlng-tngtoKy: TO LOWER WAGES. cbeme to Itedaca th Iay of I.ahorre Without Mrlkra aud UxWouu. BTirnKCIATK TIIK MONRT WITH WHICH TIIKV AIIE PAID AND TIIK IIKSULT 18 ODTAIMK1I. As Mr. Gustahvus Brown, of Breckinridge county, was made elec- tor for the Fourth Congressional District by tho Democratic-Populisti- c Convention at Lexington, Hon. J. S, R. Wedding now knows whom he has to meet on the raging stump. What Mr. Wedding will do for Gustahvus will be a plenty. A most noticeable feature of the Democratic party is its teudency to advocate principals that are harmful to the public weal. Witness the disastrous result of Democratic tariii laws; tho Democratic idea of the free and unlimited coinage of silver is a dangerous idea, and would plunge the country into untold suffering if carried into effect. 1 What boots it whether there be free Bilver or no silver at all, when the laboring man can obtain no employment by which to earn it? The Wilson Bill has destroyed confidence in the business world, has resulted in the suspension of manyindustries,aiid has thereby created "hard times." A panacea for all these evils can be found in protective tariff laws of tho samo sort as the McKinley Bill. JunniNO from the way Blackburn, Hardin, Vest and other prominent Democrats aro talking, there is to bo a new party unless they can rule tho Sound money Democratic party. Democrats hoot at tho idea, anil deride such a proposition. But were not these gentlemen and others ouce tho best of Democrats? Certainly so. All ot which goes to show that the Democratic party all along has been No wonder, built nf rotten timber. is it, that tho old party is ramshack-ly- ? We have no voice iu the selection of tbo Democratic nominee for President. Nevertheless and notwithstand- ing, we shall use what influence wo can for Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. Our reason for supporting Mr. Black-- , burn is two fold. First, there is the matter of State pride, Mr. Blackburn is a Kentuukiun, Wo are for him. Secondly, ho is the weakest brother result. the Democrats could put up, and he Mr, Lowis will again he returned would go down in history as the worst to the place he has filled with so beater man who ever ran for I'rcaU much credit to himself. But let dent. Wo are for him because there there be 110 rest from the labor upon is no possiblo chance of his electiou. The victory tho part of Republicans. is always to tho bravo and iiidus-triouAs has beeu predicted all along iu A coward never wins, and a these columns, J, G. Carlisle could lazy mau can be caught napping. possibly carry his own State. not Therefore, let every Republican feel Kveutshavo upheld us iu our predic-- i that ho is persouully and directly in tion. The State has gono into tho terested in Mr. Lewi' triumph iu Nofree silver camp, body and breeches. With enthusiasm among us, vember. Sound money men have claimed that and tho good principals of the Repubm Kentucky acted, so would the Nalican party to uphold in, wo ctu tional Convention act. As Kentucky again carry Mr. Lowis to victory over has acted very badly that is to say the head of all opp within. as elio has gono for free silver so will the National Convention at Chicago i.iiii:iirr. act badly, and declare for the free After having s' much rain the and unlimited coinage of silver at tho ground is getting dry enough for culratio of 10 ts 1. It must bo rememtivation and the fanners are busy cul bered that such men an Altgeld, Till- tivating their crops. ' Mus Mattie Taylor who has been man, Blackburn, Wnito and Peunoyer all stand for duorder, dithonor and in Heaver Dam lor the past ten repudiation, aro leaders of the free months attendiughcbo'il, lustrturued Itoherhomr, We Hippos she will tilver element, ' help us with our Sund.iySohnol, We gladly welcome Mattie back in our s. Republicans should remember that comrades and would be pleased to join in a of Co. A. and the they have already nominated a canMy residence is at 17th Ky. Inft. for Congress iu the Fourth didate Lebanon, Ky. John Barr. Congressional District. Barr had the point of his hip carRecognizing tho valiant and victor ried away by the second cannon shot, ious fight ot Hon. 'John W. Lewis, Washington Battery of New Orleans, against the enemy in 1894, mid his hurled at the Seventeenth Infantry most excellent record in Congress, on Sunday morning, April 6. 1862 the convention at tioi'gensvWo re Forbes nominated him by acclamation. Alli-Home Tlurt. It can be said of Mr. Lewis that he One night last week a stranger has made a most able representative, went to the premises of Mr. A. D. devoting his undivided time and tal Stuart, near Beda, Ohio county, and eut to the interest of his constituents. stole Mr. Stuart's saddle and best farm horse He came to this county, 4 wniist otner gentlemen Ken tucky gentlemen in Congress, have ln the Red Hill neighborhood, and galloped over the country and state, traded the horse to a colored man attending to their political fence, and uiatued Win, Norris for another horse aud $5 in cash. Mr. Stuart and a keeping or trying to keep same in reMr. Paris trailed the horse to Norris' pairs, Mr. Lewis has remained constantly at his post, But it is not nec- and recovered it. They are still en-- . essary for friends to arjse aud speak deavoring to catch the thief so as to recover Mr. Stuart's saddle and Norof the worth and merit of our distinFigures ris' horse. guished Representative. The fellow is described as of medispeak loudly for him, showing conum height, dark complexion, black clusively that his labors have resulted hair, small, black mustache, about 35 in good of a most substantial sort, to years of age, and wore a miner's cap. his district. When last een was in this county, He has obtained a good approprianear Red Hill, and he was making tion for the impiuvemeut of Rough his way towatd this city. River. Still more he has obtaiued an He went to Stuart's on the afterappropriation for a public building at noon before taking the horse and frightened Mrs. Stuart very much by Lebanon. The appropriations will result iu questioning hrras to whether she were aloueornot, and it there were any untold benefits that for the improveOneusbos ment of Rough River especially to men about the premises. the peoplo of tho Fourth District. A ra Tribune. Democratic President has seen fit to IIKIM. veto the bill in which the appropriaDr. D P. Cook who has been visU tions are included, but Mr. Lewis is ting his parents at this place left for entitled to the same credit. Mr. Lew. St Louis last week. Rev. W. E. Cook returned from for tho act of is is not responsible Mr. Cleveland nor the U. S. Seuate. Daviess county Monday. Mrs. Eliza Bennett is ill at this His work is confined to the House, we find ho has worked for writing. and there Dr. R. L. Ford went to Centertown and in the interest of his constituents Tuesday. as no other Representative from this Master Joe Godbhaw, Owensboro, district has ever done. In view of his Is visiting his lather at this place. valuable service, it is tho duty of the Mis. Lucy Woodward of near this peoplo to mdorte him by place has erysipelas. There can he no doubt that be will After a cartful canvass of the north receive mauy Democratic votes next side I have concluded that this section fall. His electiou depends entirely of the county is unanimous lor I. A. on the action of his own parly. It Park for County Judge This side of the Republican party begins at ouce . the creek must he given u place on and creates n good livo organization the ticket and if J. A Park is nomi throughout the district, which it will nated he will poll a dozen Democratic , BiG. do, then there can be no doubt of the votes in this precinct. ( r 11 HON. JOHN W. LEWIS. WHICH MAY BE TAUGHT IN SAID GRADED school. This being a fact they may name a course of study that will again give us a College course and place us again in the foremost ranks as an educational town. We citizens must get together and do something a'nd that quickly so as to be ready for our fall term. Who will take the lead? Will our present trustees not formulate some plan or at least call our people together, give an account of their stewardship, report on financial condition of our school and the prospects for the future, &c, Ac. Let us wake up and take some action in the matter and not let time lor opening school slip in on us without anything having been done. The writer does not mean to dictate what tax shall or shall not be voted, but noticing the uneasiness or unrestfulness of our citizens concer-in- g the matter and knowing that alt would be pieased to know what we are to have in the futurein the school line, he offers this to all interested for what it maybe worth. With the blood full of humors, the heated term is all the more oppressive. Give the system a through cleansing with Ayer's Sarsaparilla aud a dose or two of Ayer's Pilis, and you will enjoy .Summer as never before in your life. Just try this (or ance, and you'll not repent it. MAtJAN. Corn and tobacco are both doing: Goods pastures and splendidly. plenty of water. Mrs. James Mosley died last Thursday night and was burried Friday. Mrs. Dozier Evans is very low at this writing. Mrs. Katie Llewelleyn is also on the sick list. Last Saturday, the hottest election everlield at this school district for trustee took place as a result of Attorney II L. Kelly slipping in and trying to have his trustees elected. Coming in as he did just on the eve of the electiou and soliciting and getting votes somehow after knowing the school had been under promise by the patrons for two months. This may be good righteous action for a lawyer, but we hardly think proper in n teacher. We are glad to say that the good people of the district A person is prematurely old when turned him down. Messrs, John Moorman and Frank baldness occur i before the forty-filt- h year. Use HhII's Hair Uenewei to Fielden went to Hartlord Wednesday keep the scalp healthy and prevent and were qualified as trustees. Messrs. Ernies Wade and Sylvester baldness Powers who 'had a setto with , knives and clubs some time since were tried before Esqr. Aull Thursday and FriWhen Baby day. Wade was fined $2$ and Powers iu ilck, re fare her CutorU. When ilitvui Child, aUe crld for CutorU. pleaded guilty and got off with $ 50, When tit became Ilia, she clung to CutorU, When she had CJUrM she gaie them Outcrl. Zkalot. it tUKLS WHIM WJK EnmnsnMssL All USl JAIIS, ttjrup. TMicAtioud. iu tiiua. noia or aniivuil. si poller. The Board of Public Health will make its usual tour ot inspections of Itubl NtrWHrl the town of Hartford sometime next Last Sunday evening at his home week. Hoping that we will not be near Beaver Dam, Mr. Robt. Stewart put to the trouble of prosecuting any-Onwas kicked by a mule, while he was We are very truly, watering his stuck. ' He only lived , J, T, Millkr, ; nbout 24 hours after the accident. J, S. Morton, He was one of the best citizens of the . Pi:lim.KTON. county nnd will be greatly missed in June G, 1896. , his community. The remains were AIINrtril Willi McritfiilH, interred in the f) irnett's Creek Church IIiikca, Ky., May 1.1, 189G. Cemetery TitcMlay in the picience of n l.ige number of soirowing Irictul.s "I have taken several bottles of and relatives. Hood's Sarsaparilla and have IJeen greatly benefited by it. I advise Remember U 1, Dulliiigluu is the linn barber and will do your work others who are afillctct with scrofumidst, lous diseases to give this medicine a quick and ensv. i Messrs Tim Austl'i and Ell's Sm ill trial." J. J. Martin. ' visited friends near UartlordlastSuu WantiUj To borrow $600 00 uu day, good property. Address "C" cute Hood's Pills are easy to take, cosy ' Misses Alice Etuionsoiiaiid lietlie KiU'unucAN, Hartford, Ky. tf to operate, e, J.-EI The ropl Who llaj Things There la one claws of people In the, United States uhlch Is Kpeclally Interested In the ugltiition for free silver, with lt oiienly nvowrd purpose of rolling prices twlco as high as they are. iiou ThU la the consuming elnas, com-e- d of all the people who buy thlngv. To them the moHt Important qucntlou in regard to the currency Is: "Will our money buy lew or many thing? Wu nmv hare an Industrial and commercial syxteni In which wnget are puld and y product bought nnd Hold with a. which reHtii on a gold standard and has a high purchasing power. If we were to rulopt the nllrer Ntiindnrd, our money would buy only luUf the quantity of good that It dom nou, JTove would tliut help un, the 70,000,000 American onumor?" polltlchuiH w ho axe trying togulu totco by netting one cluMot VltUeiiH itgniimL nnotlier would do ttetl to remember that the largmt clona Iu thU (ouutty la that of tho jieople who buy goods. When t tu-- euu ho w throe jwople thnt it U to their Intoreal to pay higher prlci for what tliey consume, they may have homt, khow of succe. Until then tlielr hchcine In doomed U. folluic. The f reo and unlimited coinage of r hi the greatest political swindle of the century, for it gle to tho wealthy the power to double their wealth and r Icavca to the poor man nothing but dollar really worth only 50 oenta each. IlucyrUH Journal. Lurirely a Question of Freight. The principal why tho highly civilized nnd commercial natiorui have gradually abandoned silver and adopted the gold irtnmlard la that value, forvnltie sllvur Is .10 tlmefl lis heavy as gold. So that if tho cheaper metal weic used to settle bnlaueen In trading between two countries or between distant points of the sumo country it would cost So 1 men more to tranufcr It than If jHiyuientwrui mode In gold. The. foolUh Idea that LualneHA men have oorupircd to discredit the white metiil in order to tlie vultie of gold Ih merely a cheap money delusion. Merchants ami bankers ure intemded In liatjig tho bent poBulhle inate.rhil for une in measuring values and making exchange, nnd the fact that in millions of trantmo-tlon- s the handling of money the greutcr weight of tdlter meunt a larger cost of trannportlug' It wiui of Itself a nufllclent lenson why gold should be preferred. Left to themwlvr, men always choose 11 method of doing anytbo easiest-knothing. Since it is far cruder to tiMusub-Btunc- e havlng'grent vidua in small bulk than one 30 or CO tlmcji heavier, It in only natural that, whenever It Is possible to secure sutllclent gold, thnt ructfll should be used Instead of sliver. Wood Is now generally used instead of stee'l for bicycle, rims bemuse Itis lighter, Steelltes who should claim that U10 consplrutortt hud rJemonetled steel rims would be laughed at. Yet arguments would be Justus Round tlielr as those of the sllverltea. California Mast Itemstn a Oold 8tat. California was a gold state when It was admitted ami has rcmuiued a gold state elnco. None of Its debtors has anything to gain by a radical change of standard, not even the bunks, which, under a sliver stundwfl, would tw able to pay all depositors SO oentH on the dollar. The derangement of business and temporary destruction of credit thut would result from such a change would probably break most of tut banks In California, Including perfectly solvent Institutions. Lo Angeles Herald. Mat! Coailder th Oermna Vats. It may be In this crkds that tho German will piny a specially Important role. In the tnst tl.ey aro altogether sound upon the silver question, and In the weat the preponderance of German (ntlnpjir la mnnil. It till. ,wilflt(min perceive that they will have to reckon with tho German vote the Influence, of that voto will not be loat Now Yorker Free-coinaall-e1 I StoAts-Kclttin- g. RereSnt- $11.50 CAR.S302T & CO. $ll.oO CAN'T Best Offered for cfc-- ft rf -- g Suit ver T I I Bed, Wash- - JLJLjoJU stand and Dresser NICE BEVEL PLATE GLASS- - ABSOLUTELY UNEQIMLEI As regards size, durability. L Hundreds of similar bargains at the HE FMITtll lUSE. B. S. S OLF, 112 West Main Street, hvensboro. $11.50 WOOL. WOOL. ' $1150 N" ThU Is tho Ixat market and ours Is tho tost hotiM to sblp to. Wa mats advance on ouuiUnntou. Ueililrs wa bava bettor facilities than other bouses liberal In many larvo ftciorlN to sapplr. Wo cot you tho top price and nay spotcasas bavin sot la trada. Ko trarulluf iftnu. alilp alt your wool aud farm produce direct to 110 Third Street, or 313 to 310 Uurrell Court, MPDiunnir.rn dtdd - LOUIBVIXLB,- - XT. fm I 351 Bicycles! Bicycles! - ! We have .cut tile prices on our Entire line Of Wheels- OurTIPTOP Wheels Reduced to $50.00. Victor, Napoleon, Barnes, Monarcbs, Overlands. WRITE FOR CflmQGOE And Special Cash Discount, as we will save you money. Bicycle At o Sundries , loe Ho. Bottom 4 . 0 Wllllus to Correol MUtaliM. About the only argunieut tho frealK ver papers offer In advocating the Is suance or lint money Li that secretary Carllde and the Courier-Journhave changed thejr views on the money queu- tlon. To their credit, be It wild, the Courier-Journnud Secretory Carlisle argue the question. Lexington (Ky. Bun, j?riee5 '.' j ' EEill Ill, Repairing done on short notice. .& Main St. Owonsboro, Ey. Steitlex iJ June Bargains at Welt Satisfied with We pay 10a per pound for hams. CAnaoN & Co. Wc want your feathers. ' BEAVER DAM. HARD1NSBURG. Awarded Highest Ilonon, World's Fair. FAIR BRO S.&G0 -- Ayer's Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty jonrs ago, after some weeks of sickness, my liair turned gray. 1 beg.iit using Ayer'a Hair Vigor, and was so well satisfied with tho results that I havo nover trleil any other kind of dress ing. Itrcqtilresoiily tin occasional appll- cation of , Carson 7., Wayne & Co. Gntlin & Uro. sell salt will be at 51.15 In per bairel. The season oft he year is near at hand now when wo must get rid of our summer Many ot our Fall Goods are goods. bought and will soon begin to crowd in on tisrowing to this fact we arc compelled to make .prices that will move our stock. Taylor, the photographer, Hartford Monday. Mason Fruit Jars for sale by Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. $t,oo and $1,25 per dozen. Capt. T. E Bibb and Mr. Bowmcr Owen, Standloid, are the guests of the family of Mr. McDowell Fair. Messrs. Frank nnd Bee Heaveriu will go to Owensboro where they will spend several days. These are things that we never refuse tn buy: ginseng, feathers, haras, bacon, chickens nnd eggs. Carson & Co. AYER'S Hair Vigor to keep my hair of good color, to rcniovo dandruff, to heal itching humors, and prevent thu hair from falling out, 1 never licsl. tato to recommend Ayer's medicines to my friends." Mrs. II. 51. Haioiit, Avoca, Ncbr. 41 Handsome styles for waists; cut priccs,25c. Dresden silks worth $1 per yard, cut price 79c. Taffeta silks, cut price 49c. China Hair Vigor silks, all shades,, cut prices 40c. Black W Pnpsred J. llw, Entire line Tiki Ajir'i Simptrilli silks, cut prices 49c to 98c. Conpliiln. of 50c woolen dress goods cut to 39c. "' ". " ""' The above are the lowest prices ever "" wnsr nouNi). made on same quality an inspection ap Fast Mail 7:16 a.m. preciated. Accommodation 11:43.1.111. AYER'S by Dr. C. Ayer J. Co., Lowell, lor Ifaa Our Job Department has been crowded this week, but remember we are ready to serve you on short notice 7. Hro. have just r crivid a teumboAt load of flour. This makes the kecoud load for them this jear. Wftytir-Otlffinf- ; Rev Rolit Caisou who has been attending ticlio .1 at Birboursviile for the p.ibl ten months, is at his home 0 1 1 No Creek, Mr. B. A Summer Wash Goods. Granada Batiste 12 c, cut price 10c. Primrose dimity 12c, cut price loc. Jac- .onet D'Alsoce 124c, cut price 10c. Lu Jenne organdies 12ic, cut price 10c. Also full line Ducks, Percals, Marseille, Pique, Linen Batiste, Grass cloth, all at reduced prices. Way Freight Accommodation New Orleans Limited KAST-nOUN- . . 3:35 p 111. 8:18 p 111. 11:22 p. m. l). Cincinnati Limited 4:33 a. m. Accommodation . . . . a. 111 . . Way Freight . . 6'36 1. ni Accummndatinn 1:29 p. in Fast Mail '. . . 7:30 p 111. H.MtU'N MliRltH'X, Act. New Xtckwtar at Carson ! .... Winans, of Decature, Mr. T J. Morton. He and Mr. Mutton were class-matat Dejiaw University last winter Mr. Winans Is highly pleased with our people. d., is vitdtiug et Ar it Co'. The trusteesot theuchnots throughout the county are having a good time at present employing and refusing teachers Tlte trustees ot Beech Valley h.tve employed their teacher, so they have iulormed us. Louisville, The Jubilee here last Satutday was quite a success nnd also the Drama that followed at night. Miss Mabel Sweatte, Rochester, has been visiting her aunt Mrs. II. D Hunt for several days. Col. S. R. Dent was in town this week. Misses Cllffle Gray, Mamie Mitch ell, Laura llarncs, Pansy Stevens nnd Ethel Mitchell weicln I.eltch field this week where they assisted their teacher, Miss Ella Mclleath, in giving a musical one evening. Miss Anna McKenney nnd guest, Miss Hnllie Sklllman, Calhoun, Miss Attye Austin nnd guest, Miss Mary Dent, Leltchfield, Messrs. C.D.Chlck, C. P. Austin, A. M. Hunt, town, nnd Mr. D. G. Young, Rockport, spent Sunday nt Sulphur Springs. Misses Myrl Butler nnd Noka Waddle, Morgantown were visiting in town this week. Mjss Mary Dent returned to her home in Leitch field after n two wteks visit to friends. The Summer Normal began t'ais week. Mr. Ed Weigel, Louisville, was a guest of the Monroe family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. A. M. Hunt was in Butler county this week. Miss Bessie Hocker gave a "Box Party" at her home Tuesday evening in honor of her guest, Miss Erma Swain, of South Carrolton. Mr.Wyley, a traveling salesman entertained a crowd of young folks nt the Austin House Wednesdayevenlng by his music ou the mandolin. Rtv. ChandUr filled his regular apMisses Stella nnd Lillie Scott visipointment here Sunday. ted ftiends in Louisville Inst week. Missp.i Maigaretand Fannlr CI irk Miss Willie Tvvyinan, ot ilodgen returned Sunday tn their homes in ville, is the guest ot Mrs, Blanche Mosely. Miss Maud Willis and Alvln Mur ray, of Clovcrport, arc guest of Mrs. M. II. Beard. Misses Bessie Beard, Annie Dejnr-nettnnd Eva Hensley who have been attending Potters College nt Bowling Green returned home last e, ML- - MEfN A Friday. who graduated with high honors at Russellvillc Female College returned home Tuesday Miss Maty Bowmen who has been teaching music in the Methodist College at Ashland is at home to spend vacation. Messrs. Godfrey Hnswell, Charley Hook and Ben Hook and Misses Lizzie Board, Lenn Hensley nnd Louie Heston attended Childrens Day exercises nt Bewleyville Sunday. RoniN Hoon. IJMIO.V Miss Irene Board MOST PERFECT MADE. from Ammonia, Alum ram miinn. to-d- pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free cranyother adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. The farmers are taking advantage of this nice weather by plowing their crops. Messrs. Melvln and Ward Taylor are no better. Mrs. Millie Rogers is on tlie sick list. t v i '"HkJ Our celebrated line of Priesmeyers, will close at cut prices. 1.25slippcr lor 81.50 for $1.35, $2 slipper $1.09, $'2.50 $2.25. These goods are guaranteed to the best made. BY BUYINQ We are under obligations to no one; buy where we please, and thus enable to pick up many bargains for our trade. Try us and we will prove that we are Leaders in styles, quality and low prices. vt. It plarlford Sample ZETsLia: 1'ure Bros. V. Ctll on Bulling tou, the barber. Pirtl, II art lord, Ky. crb cider for sale by F. ia m We want your chickens, ginseng, feathers and hams. Carson & Co. O , You can find unj thing you need at Carson & Co's. Ice delivered every Westerfield & Ashley. Mr. Alex Brown, ui the Pond Run c.iuiitry.died Sunday of flux and was l'rof. J D. Culemun, Frankfort, in buried Monday at the home burying ' ground. He was one of the oldest itl tow,,. and best citizens of the county and For a Keaptr or Mower, was loved respected by all who call (in Field & Ilolbrook. knew him. We are constantly receiving new Life Insurance is a gnat thing. It goods. Caiisov & Co. pi otects your family alter you have New laces and embroideries t Car-so- n Mt this wnrld.ol in nnd sorrow, and & Co s. gone to join the realms and sing anWesteifield & Ashley sell Ice at 1 thems in the world above. Mr. Robt. U, Stewart, of Heaver Dam, who died cent per pound. Tuesday carried a lile policy in the Mr. J. S. Gentry, i.iuey ville was United States Life Iusurance Co., in towu jesterd.iy. which had only been in force since August 17. 1S95. Mr. S. R. Dent, Mr. Elijah llojd, il Ceiiteitown, the gentlemanly and accommodating hah been gt.iuted a peiikion. District Manager of the above menMr. . II William returned from tioned Company, is now at Beaver Louisville Saturday evening. D.im to fix up the claim and his benMr. Frank Busktll u visiting his eficiaries will receive a check in a parents at Point Pleasint this week tew days for the full amount of the policy. Mr. Dent has written more We will deliver crcim in any quaninsurance in Ohio county perhaps tity day or niht. than any other agent. He !b always Z Wav.su Gnu hn & Ilfco. kind, obliging, courteous and it in Mr. and Mm. H. P Neal ha-really a pleasuie do business with turned f.om their old at Prm- - him. Mr. Dent's success is greatly of "r iftn tis. due to the methods of his Company, Mr. Wayne Gritliu. whu !i is been w'iO pay as soon as n claim has been at Centre College, Dm ville, Ky., is U properly pro en, no delay, no fooling home. aw) li.ue about them, but prompt in all transactions, Get your Ice from Veaterfield& Rev. A. U. Smith will preach lit Ashley. the Baptist Church next Sunday We want your "Sang" at Carson & morning and evening. Co's. Miss Isabel le Becker, of il.ibit, is New percals and jicknetu at Car- visiting friends and relatives in and near town this week. son & Co's. &ies firtt-class See Field & I lot brook's new ling- - Attyb. C'K.VriiUTOVt.N. we June 10. Business is on a boom at this place. Rowe & Morton have began work on their new store house. Foster Bros., are doing a good business. The Brass Band is in good shape. Buskill Bros, have just finished a fine job of painting for Mrs. Ann Render. Mr. B. N. Stroud has brought another saw mill here, and is in good shape for sawing. The entertainment at E. S. Barnes' last Saturday was enjoyed by the young folks. Messrs. W. Markans nndJ.McIntyre, Owensboro, were In town Sunday. $1, for be for CASH Punk Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor la. Get a glas3 of cream soda with crushed fruits at Griffin's Drug Store. m . MT. 1'I.KAMANT. Rev. Hinton will fill his regular e me f--rM- 3c Co- - You ought to be taking Tin: il you are not. We are needing some money now, what about that subscription? morning by Mr. and Mrs. Ju Mulh.ill, Central City, have been visiting Mr.und Mrs. L. F. Wcerner this week. II new, you will find it in Tin: otherwise it never happened. Remember you can get Tim and Louisville Commercial tor $1.25 per year. Good Sweet potato slips (or sale. variety, healthy growth- - Apply to Nelson Bros., old Fair Groundo, Hart4 Jt ford, Ky. NOT LONG Hi, 1v ghe business Bat long euough to know that there 'are some people I am pleasing with my goods and prices, because they continue to trade with me. QUALITY Are two ot the most important points I to consider in buying anything. make them my specialty in Groceries. MY METHOD OF - Oomg business d Field & llolbrook have the very best buggies 111 the matket. Gue Mr. J. S. Farmer was adjudged a them a call befoie you buy. lunatic Wednesday morning and was Mrs. Jas Rash and son, Tommy, ol conveyed to Hopklnsvillu Asylum by Earlingtou, visited her uncle, Mr. Jailor J. W. Black nnd Sheriff Keown. 4 They Liuis Gunther, this wee'e Mr. John C.Herrell has been grant- have returned home. ed an increase in his pension. The The case of the Commonwealth vs. increase dates back to the close of the Sylvester Broomfield wJs tried Wedwar, making a total of $857 Co, witli nesday before Judge Morton and a rate ol $17.00 per month from now again resulted In n hung jury. on. Mr. Pate Svvain hus beeu engaged Last Sunday evening at Oeaufield to do the top dressing lor tlie stones man by the name of Watkins shot a a around the Court House lence. aud is colored man three times, but neither getting along nicely with the job. shot was latal. Dr. A. Jones was callThe Kickapoo Medicine Co., n traved in and dressed the wound. It is said that Watkins has left lor parts eling troopt, will give several Iree unknown. Wc only have meagre exhibitions in Hartford next week. Their performances are good and no details of the the difficulty. doubt they will have a large attendAt Sulphur Springs last Thursday ance. In Esqr. , Anil's Court F.niUs Wade The following named persons hive was tried for engaging in a fight with paid their subscription to Tin: Sylvester Powers and fined $25.00, since our la.st issue: W. County Attorney E. P. Neal appeared C. Kecue, Rev, II. C. Truiuau,Fords for the Commonwealth andB, L. Kelville; P. II. Haffcy, Whitcsville; R. ly lor the deiense. Mr. Powers was II. Everly, Smallhous; P. A. Moxley, tried on Friday and fined $2 50. Shreve; R. II. Austin, Beaver Mam; Ambrose Miller, Beda Itl the case of the Commonwealth vs. Juo. and Wni, Maddox charging them with violating Section 1260 was tried Wednesday morning, aud the jury returned n verdict ot "not guilty." Messrs. C. M. Burnett and A. Jones represented the delejse and County Attorney Neal fur the Commonwealth. la to buy the best, sell the best, and recommend the bet. It is this nielli-othat has brought to my store a permanent, desirable patronage. ghere are gimes When You Q&n- money Lay up a Cent, Xut you can always save buying your Groceries ol Wood won't burn unless air oxygen Is present. The food taken Into the body must be united with oxygen before It can be consumed and give by heat to keep the body warm. "Cod- - Scott's Emulsion food3. cod-liver of L B STEVENS. Bring your Hams to us llver Oll, with Hypophos- rjhites. is one of the best fuel oil obThe oxygen from the air, tains its It and heat Is produced. warms, nourishes, Invigorates, Carson & Co. Get your Ice from Weiterfield & Ashley. Hon, C. M. Baruett has returned from Washington. Don't you want soma Building Loan Stock. Tba Kentucky Citizens U tba beat Dr. J. S. Coleman received a telegram Tuesday night to come to Greenville to preach the funeral ot Mr, J.D, Yonts, Mr.Yontswaa n prominent druggist ol Greenville. V I gives good blood, and fortifies against the piercing winds of fall and winter. The tone up the ner-vesystem and improve digestion. Scott's Emulsion prevents colds, coughs, consumption and general debility. hypo-phosphites us Republicans ot Ohio county should take more interest in their county paper. There are m number of Republicans in this county who are not taking Till Ri'.l'UUUCAN, We would be glad for our lriends who are taking the paper to speak to their neighbors about the matter and tend in their subscription Every Republican in the county should be takiug the paper. Mr. W. II. Cundiff, of Llyerniore, paid the RiU'Uhucan a visit on Tuesday, He is an agent for the Owens-bor- o "Watchman" and the Cincinintl Enquirer. He says that crop prospects In his county ure not flattering, Com and tobacco on Green Itlver are badlydrownel by the hevy rains, Corn Is sickly and yellow, an.l tobacco Is scalded. Besides, all the crops are iowl with grass nnd weeds. EMULSION hu ton tivdorc.J ky ttu SCOTT'S innllulHolMilonfortwinlyjruit. (fit nr ''.) II U ilw.yi ftUutU-dii- fn Thb U Ou Ittpuriil Hnrtitt" CtJ-llu- r ilw.ri Putup In S cml iivl ft 00 ilui. Th. iiyill lbs uy n tnouh la cur. your cough or rulp your Uoy. t.ui rjon ''" appointment here next Sunday. Mr, Cicero Liles and wife visited his parents a few days last week. Rev. Jo. B. Rogers filled his regular appointment at Mt. Zion last Sunday in the afternoon. Mr. R. L. Liles is on the sick list. Miss Laura Alford is no better at this writing. Little Mollie Miller is on 500 the sick list. Sli Mr. Perry Baize and Miss Maddox, from McHenry, were married last Friday nt the residence of Mr. M. E. Beck. The young folks charivrareed them Monday night. Mr. Jud Davis medical reference Free happened to a very bad accident, his goods. book to any person afflicted with any gun burstcd and tore his thumb and special, chronic or delicate disease & CO. for finger off. E. peculiar to their sex. Address the leading physicians and surgeons of ItvHl iJllltltt lllHl. Children Cry for the United States, Dr. Hathaway & Capt. Cox has purch ised' of C. B and James Sullenger the six acres of Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. m m ground In fnmt of Dr. Pendleton's 43-- r. J1J.UO. residence and should the town build Thos Vance, who was thrown from .tfllNOIIIC I'lculc. up, as he believes it will on comple- his Ceralvo Lodge No. 253 and Rock- buggy four weeks ago, is still in lock, he will build a numtion a dangerous condition, with little port Lodge No. 321 F. & A. M will ber of cottage houses on the ground hope ot give a picnic at Rockport, Ky., on recovering. for rent, or he may lay it off and sell Wednesday, June the 24th, 1896, for J. II. Morris is no better. building lots. Mrs. Florence Cundifl, of Daviess the benefit of the Masonic Widows and ML Mllln Plrrcf) Until, county, visited her aunt, Mrs. Julia Orphans Home at Louisville. Public The many friends of Miss Glila Allen, at this place on the 5th Inst. speaking on Masonic subjects. InPierce at this place were greatly The residence of Albert Cox came nocent Amusements and refreshments. shocked last Saturday to hear ol her near being burned at noon on the 8th A good dinner for 25c. A good time death, at her home in McLean county inst, but for the manly efforts of his is anticipated. Masons nnd the genof congestive chill. It had only been son, Tommy, who is scarcely three eral public especially invited. a few days since she left Hartford feet high.it mighthave been In ashes. S. T. Williams, College where she had prepared herM. F. HERREL, He climbed up on the roof aud put G. L. Everly, self far the duties of life, aud her sud- out the fire without much damage Com. O. T. Hines. den taking away is a great shock to Caught from stove flue Louis Rogers, her parents aud many friends. She Aunt Sallie Morris is on the sick GeoM Maddox, 2t was blight, intelligent young lady list. cam: itu.x rind had many friends in school. J. A. Cox and little son, George, Owing to tlie bad weather farmers (olu cum1 tjf Pr. MIIrtT Pain Pill. went to Rosine Monday, lfceUilr are progressing slowly. Com is AKUUAUIU curtii lir Or. IUrV I'm Ttow Boy. VltOM. "Ono runt uilou." AtiiUCruscUl looking well. I4UT1CK. Rev. M. J. Zimbry preached hear I'OIXl' I'l.KAHA.NT. I wirr erei-- win United We had an enjoyable time last Sat- Btitoi interfiled in and womtn In the Wbltky last Sunday. Rev J. F. Acton will tbe Opium and havo one urday and Sunday at our Quarterly bftbiti toAiirtr.n 1). of my booki on theae ills preach nt Fair View next Sunday II. woolley. Atlanta, &., Box 081, and ons will be (out jou free. evening. Meeting. Rev. Brandou, of Hattford, Miss Rebecca Jamison is visiting delivered a uaster sermon for us SatMiss Grade Hudson has returned friends and relatives near here this urday and G. J. Bean, of Hartford, from Owensboro. week, delivered a grand sermon Saturday Mr. J, II. Landrum visited his night, and Elder Hays completed the 100 PICTURES aunt near Sulphur Springs recently. work by an intelligent lecture on OP T1II5 Mr, Z. II. Nnbois happened to a Christian perfection, Sanctification, GREAT ST. LOUIS CYCLONE serious accident last week while and Holiness, Visitors present were IN WHICH a tree. Dr. Wedding was called Ed James, daughter and sons, ot 250 LIVES WERE LOST, AND in nnd dressed the wounds, he is doCromwell, Mr. Kendall, of Llvermore, $2o,ooo,ooo',oo OF PROPERTY ing well at this writing. Mr. C. Harris and wife, of Sacramento, DESTROYED. Anderson. and Misses Sudle and Una Endaly, of These views are nil taken from acCeralvo. tual photograph, and show more IIKI'IIKI plainly than in any other way the ter Mrs. Dr. Cornell, of Iowa, Is visitAs I failed to write last week I rible destiuction left on the track of thought I would wait until the rain ing relatives and friends here. storm. It is in book form, prinMr. J. II, Patterson has sold his the on fine paper, so as to be easily stopped. ted farm to S. W. Tichcnor and will go to preserved, and should be in the homes Teople have notplowedany for two of all. It Is not likely America will weeks. Oats Is short in this section. Henderson. Boh Caldwell, of McIIenry, was in ever again be visited by so disastrous Mr. Bethel Austin has moved to a Tornado, hence actual photographs town this week, of the scenes will be a curlousity for Hotton. W. F. Condlct is on the sick list. years to come. Nothing like this Mr J. H, Thomas Is gone to St.' Our spring school closed Saturday book has ever been Issued in so short Louis , Mo. a time. It contains pictures of nil the night. McII. Health is not good in this part of principal scenes, taken the next day the county. after the storm, before the work of reMMItoill.l M.i.l War l Mrs. Sam Austin is Improving. magIi you want to subscribe or renew building had commenced. This mail, nificent book will be sent by We have a good Sunday School for the above papers, call on or adpostpaid, on receipt of 30 cents in going on here. Prayer meeting once agent, Hart- stamps or silver. Don't let this opdress Lyman Williams, portunity pass of securing the only a week. ford, Ky. 49 4t A large crowd of people from here complete and authentic photographs of the Greatest Storm Ever Known to attended the Jubilee at Beaver Dam A course ol Hood's Sarsaparllla this Have Visited America. Address last Saturdas. B, Howard, spring may b Ihe means of keeping PUBLISHERS' SUPPLY CO. 67 & 69 Emllie Building, St. Louis, New shoes nt Carson & Co's. you welt and lieaity nil summer, Bushels Of ucked corn (not shelled) will be taken in exchange for Mr. J. L. Rogers and wife, of Greenville, are visiting relatives here. Mr. Wesley Stevens and family, of Beaver Dam, were the guests ot A. C. Stevens this week. Quite n number from here attended the Jubilee nt Beaver Dam Saturday. Prof. S. C. Stevens passed through here on his way home from Morgan-towFriday, Lillie Stevens accompanied him home. Mr. Denliam Hocker and wile weie the guest of Mr. Joe Hocker the 1st and 6th Mr. Horace Hocker, Mr. John Cooper and Mr. Filmore Taylon took their tobacco to Owensboro last week, prices very low, but a bit better than prices here. Nnlr. Owing to low prices there will be I have for sale the H. D. Taylor but little tobacco grown about here. residence aud about 5 acres of ground S. B. F. adjacent to same, on reasonable terms and easy payments. 43 4t E. W. Baghy, a prominent law3'ei II. P. Taylor, Hartford, Ky. of Paducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's i Pine Tar Honey cured his children of I'llllihlliC lliitcs. wnooping cough when all tilings else We will send The RnrunLiCANand failed. It's a new remedy for coughs. Guarantee by all dealers. For sale either of the following named papers by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist for one year for the amount opposite and Renfrow Bros,, Narrowsf Ky. e"ach name. Look over the list and see what you need and give us a call: Home Jtrt'Hlilnir. I am prepared to handle horses, and Daily and Sun. Courier-Journ$8.25 make n specialty of breaking horses " without Sunday " 625 Prices reasthat have been spoiled. y 1 75 onable and work guaranteed. Weekly Courier-Journ. . . . 1 75 Wash Duncan, Hartford. Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 25 A healthy appetite, with perfect diN. Y. Tribune 1 25 gestion and assimilation, may be seN.y. World 1 65 cured by the use of Ayer's Pills. They Chicago Inter Ocean 1 40 cleanse and strengthen the whole ali1 25 Home & Farm mentary canal and remove all obstrucWe would be glad to send you any tions to the natural functions of either of the above named papers. This sex, without any unpleasant effets. offer is good for new subscribers and old ones who pay one year in advance Bucklon's Arnica Salve. The Best Sawe in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Clirnp lUcill-MonRheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, ChapBEAVER DAM LOW RATES. ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Annual meeting Southern WholeSkin Eruptions, and positively curas Piles., or no pay required. It is guarsale Grocers Association, Richmond, anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or Va., June '96, $19.60 for motey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SALE BY Williams & round trip, on sale June 23d, good Bell. tf till July 16 to return n June 6, Tin1 election ol school trustees came t IT here and resulted in a sweeping victory for the gold bugs They having elected their man by 6 to 1. The sliver mm are badly down at the mouth, as it was a clear case Hint the sound money men voted with the Republicans. Republicans and sound money Democrats are jubilant nnd say that this is only one little demonstration that the Re- -' publicans will carry the county by 600 to 800 this fall nnd the State by 60,000 to 100,000. A gentleman from the country was heard to ask one of Cernlvo's greatest free silver citizens to explain to him what was meant by coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1. Whereupon his answer was that it meant that we would have $16.00 to where we only have one. It was a clinching argument. Dr. J. W. Everly, Judge Newton, B. Fulkersou, Capt. J. W. Garrett, J. M. Barnett, and Lieut. Jesse Eveily, Worth Fulkerson nnd others from this city, attended the Clitic lectures at Rockport Inst week. The ice cream supper and balloon ascension at Mr. Ephram Brown's, near this place.last night was a grand success, under tlie efficient management of Prof. Stogner. A Citizen. l'r .... Semi-Weekle- Globe-Democr- al thrice-atwee- k ... Hooker National Republican Convention St. Louis, June 16th, $S for the round trip, on sale June 13, 14 aud 15th, good till June 22 to return. Kentucky Educational Association at Newport, Ky., June 1896, 6.35 round trip, on sale June 22 and 23d, good till June 27th. Will sell to either Cincinnati or Newport at batue rates. To Princeton, Ky., June 20, $1.25 for the round trip, good only on special train leaving Beaver Dam about 8:25 on June 20th and returning on special train leaving Princeton same day at midnight. Sixth annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans association, Richmond, Va,, June 30th, July 2, '96, $15.05 for round trip, good till July 6th to return. North Americau Saengerbuard, Pittsburg, June '96, $15,05 round rip, on sale June 6th nnd 7th, good to return till June 13th, '96. H. Merrick, Agt. Pitcher's Castorla. r ") Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. A Convincing Tcntlnionlal. $$ .. tB'w5 5S! Sri i i cut-tln- jr S" Miss "For Ella Kurtz. c 18 years I tuffered from heart trou-bi- o. During tHat tlmo I wai treated All ot them flvo different physicians. cl&lrnod that I could not be curd. I nas greatly troubled with ihortncss o( breath, o palpitation aud pain tn tho aide. It oxcltod.or exerted myself In tho loast, tho pain In my sldo becamo very wvcro. At tlmos It Boemod as though nttdUi ctrt ihoot-in- g through miiUt. Houietlmo In tbo mouth ot November lost, I commenced taliinz tr DR. MILES' HEART CURE '. a and lnco thon I havo Improved teadily. I can now lccp ou my loft tldo, vomotblng I had novor boon ablo to do before. I can walk without bolus fatlnuul, and am In mudi bitttr htallh than cur lefvrt, I would rocommond nil sufferers from heart trouble to try Dr. Miles' Invaluable remedy without MISS ELLA KUHTZ, delay." 813 Wright 8t, Milwaukee Wis. Dr.MlloallDartOnrolssoM onft PosUi benetlt. guarantee that tho tlrst Lottlo will for M. or All druggists sell It at II, u bott es it will bo sent, preoald. on receipt of price by tho Dr. llUcs Mistical Co., Elkhart, Ind, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure "ffiSiu Jt ffmm1 S"wpw' "JUf f"li'Tf" Hartford Republican i wheeled straight nt a riglit nnd rmlo body of 80 Indians bunched on n knoll just out of rifle- to tho MEDICAL If Ton want this bet upert snit ctrnllflo Irtit. ,tw nl by the Iraillna r.M itcltnn and tfcUIIM llilt cvil.ut, 1.1117 1'll.llAtllAV.AI III lArnro hi . fhlcM... III. All C'lirnnK Hum-of mra kiiI women, rrtvaie biln, 111 tort tinl Srr. . IreXeil hy mill allixrfrtlir torn IMKi.ru world l) icnillDcforMVHOtoin HWnk Nil, I for men No. I for women, No.J.Sklo IM,iar, No. I fir Hut of nrorruiniial ami Antacid refer-tneCturrh.legal guarantee a iItcq Irntccaaary. M.page Mf.l.cal inference "I IJ linos for men and won I -- I J who aro afflicted wild any 'J form of private illleiMi General Directory. STATB a. 1S96. Ablaze With Erysipelas tor as liryslpelas. They admit that It Is a blood trouble, but like other such diseases, they arc unable to effect a cure. It Is not surprising that those who are afflicted with this distressing disease should suffer such untold agonies. Like a consuming flame, It covers the skin with a fiery, burning redness which Is almost unbearable, and only those who have been so afllicted can describe Its tortures. Aside from the suffering which Erysipelas causes, there is always great danger attending the dUease, unless promptly checked. The inflammation spreads through the tissues of the skin and, when a vital part is attacked, the Often the bones result Is disastrous. are affected, and become so diseased that they crumble away, leaving the patient an invalid for life. Here is such a case, where the doctors were unable to afford relief, and strongly urged an operation. Miss Ada Waiuwright is a most estimable young lady, residing at Alamo, Tenn. After being under the doctor's care constantly for three years andde-clarc- d incurable, she saw before her only the gloomy life of an invalid. Under date of May 8th, 1896 she writes : "Ifeellt uiy duty to inform you of the creat trood I have received from your remedy, S. S. S., for I am sure that it saved my life. For three years There Is no disease of the blood which so completely jptuzlcs the doc- shot. "Hlght wheel stendy now forward, trot, gallop charge!" Ten to eighty I Eight tooiiet Odds enough to prove our metal and niiiko it exciting. Every troojier In every squadron was cheering its ho rode. Ills carbine was Htrnptnxl to his back and his saber was held aloft in his right hand. "Rush 'em, boys drive right Into nioko u hole In tho bunch!" Our plan had boon executed so swiftly that tho reels were dum- founded. Only three or four shots were fired at us as wo charged, and tho wholo band sat there gaWg at us as wo thundered up. Wo stVuck of us In iiiiiii M'ttli wful crash-t- en 'cm TREATMENT. "ii;. Oovcrimr ori'tCIAI.9. William O. Utadley. V. Lieut. Governor J. Worth-lugtoi- i. What is Itli.inn Tnbntoa. Wlttiia TabuleR cure n.iuecn, Itlpniu Tnbiilrs: nt itriiRgUta. TllimiiK TnbulM euro illtzlnrRo; Hlpaiis Tnbulca riiro licmlachot ltlp.uiH 'I'alnlloa rurt-- naliiU'iii'i,;, Ulpiinti Tnbulca t'tirc dyapctiahuv' III) I flat rilbllU-HIUHU- I 1T ' "n j' - taatoua rilaeaara, female trouhlra. etc. m n.l two 1, cent alamna to pay ralaar, to Hie leaultujc rpvclal. lau ami rliTilclana 111 H1I1 country. DU. 1IATIIAWAY At CO., 70 Dearborn St., Chicago, lit. peetillar 10 Utrir et Sccrctnryof State Charles Finley. Attorney General W. S. Taj lor. tiditor Siimucl H. Stone, Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Uoiiiniissioner ot Aurieiuiurc, nor. Statistics Lucas and ticulturo Moore. Superintendent Public liistruclion-Ge- o. Itlpniu 'I'ntiiilos euro li.nl brcatli. ItlpuiiH i'abiilea euro bllloiiHiiiHii. ItlpniiH 'I'.tlmli'Jl mm kI eg cllef. Itlp.ms Tnbtilo!) cure IihIIkchIIciii. ltli.iiia Tnlmlra iinn torpid liter. Uipinik TiiIiiiIpr gentle uitlmrtlr. UliKins Tttbiili'H ciiro roiutliiatUni. ltlpium Tiibiiti'H for Four atoinarh. ItlpniiH Tnliiik'i plt'im.tiii luxatltre. Itlpnnu Tabiili'H euro lUor troulitra. lIlKlMtioll. l ' I single rank, and im our sabers began to flash tho Indians thought only of gcttlng out of reach. We had them flying In two minutes, and the onler was, In case they took to flight, to keep together and run them for a couple of miles, using our carbines on their backs. I had a light horse, not much largerthannn Indian pony. He struck and knocked over two other jxonles, and as I cut a warrior down with my saber my horso pitched ground. I was stunned, but remember that two or three horses stepped on mo ns tho Indians drew nut und took to flight When I struggled to n sitting position It wos to find myself almost My right shoulder was helpless. broken, my back severely Injured and my legs felt numb. I was In a hollow, from which I could not seo the wagons, but could hear tho fight- Ing going on nail directions. To the right of me was a dead warrior; to tne icit a seconu; lurtncr to tho left a dead pony; to the right a wounded one; directly In front of me aud 20 feet away was a redskin, kicking and struggling. I had just gotten a rest on my left elbow when he sat up. The right side of his head was all bloody from a saber cut which had shaven of an ear, but this would have been n trifle to him. He must have been dismounted as I was, and had also been trodden upon. His right arm hung limp and lib back was broken. He fell back as ho tried to sit up, and rolling over half way, Ins eyes looKeu straight into mine. Talk of tho fury in tho eyes of a tiger brought to bay, of a lion crippled and waiting to strike a dying blow, of the fibres of hell burning in tho eyes of a mastilf attacked with i I I I blo'for brief Intervals when beyond tho earth's shadow, and Sir John Lubbock has ncttially supplied for- mu,,w or oalculajliig the distances (r0)" nervations of th s kind. JL 'i'90', alrpoior of tho olworva. '1U0t 'T111, ,to,"' " pju,."fjw ' ' " J to conoliulo that tho earth s " uitciKiou oy in least, ono ineioorio stone of considerable size one about '26 times nearer than the moon Ha orbit lcliig ft,000 miles from tlw earth's surface, tho tiny moon revolv- iug tound tho earth in threo lours and U0 minutes. N. Y. Sun. M. DavUon. Register Land Ollicc Chas. O. Hevnold. Insurance- llureau Commissioncr-- D, W. Comingore. Adjutant General L). H. Collier. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown - Day. HAtMtOAl) COUMIs0NKItS. "'"-- Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. V. Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary-Sam- uel F. Drown. CONdltESJIOS'AI.. Senators Hun. William C. LiiuN say. Hon. J. U. S. Blackburn. 'Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. sr.VTK I.UII.SI.ATURK. prescription for Infants Castorltv is Dr. .'tunnel IMtcliei-'nnd Children. It eon'.uiti.i neither Opium, Morplilno nor other Narcotic substance. It Is 11 liurinli'iH substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing- Sjrups, und Castor Oil. It Is lMeiisuiit. Km giiuiiiuteo Is thirty years uso by Millions of Mothers. G'utorlii dostrojs "Worms nntl nllnjs oiiiltlng Sour Curd, lovei'lsltncss. Ciistorhi presents cures Dlnrrlirx'U nntl 'Wind Colic. CnMnrla relieves toothing' troubles, cures constipation und flnttitency. Castorln nssliuilntes u food, rcgulutos tlio stonmeli mid bowels, giving lieitltby 11111I nntiiral sleep. Cns-tor- ln is tho Cliltdron's l'aiuufn the Mother's I'rlend. - iTABLER'S' BUCK EYE OINTMENT (CURES A NOTHING BUT PILES.! yonrons tho ADE8T HEMEDY for PILES, known for 10 SURE and CERTAIN CURB i v r ROI.ll IIV AM. i,-r- id t 33CTSCVJi5.rs2rM2NMNV llltl'tiniHTS. tr:BiTCsr.i tin eg ,it. lciii. A Tongue-Twiste- r. Castorio. Catorla Uaii rictltrut iur.ll.lne for clilt drwll. Xullici luc tf ttcatnllv luM me uf Ha I Castorio. ' j,. I MISS ADA WAINWH10HT. sipelas, and though under treatment of the best physicians, I found no relief. One of my limbs was so swollen and lnflained that the doctors found It necessary to keep it lanced, and the bone became so diseased that several pieces were discharged through the opening. It U impossible to describe the suffering I had to endure ; sometimes able to hop around on crutches, and again unable to turn myself in bed. I was 10 reduced In health Uiat I weighed only eighty pounds. "After lingering for three years, having been treated by four doctors, I was filially told that I was incurable, and that I would have to submit to the painful operation of having the boue scraped, or it would be necessary to amputate the limb. This I positively refused to submit to. "A friend recommended S. S. , knowing of its wonderful reputation as a blood remedy, and when I had finished one bottle I felt an improvement. I grew better as I continued the medicine, and after taking six bottles I was entirely well, my skin was clear and pure, and I have no sign of the terrible disease. I gained in health and strength until I now weigh 130 pounds, and ail my relatives and friends are astonished at the wonderful cure made by 9. S. S." The above is but one of the many wonderful cures being made dally by S.S.S. Experience has shown that the doctors are absolutely unable to cure diseases of the blood, and of the many blood remedies olfered to the public B. S. S. is the only one which cases. cures obstinate and For real blood troubles, S. S. S. has no equal. It wipes out completely the most obstinate cases of blood diseases, which other remedies do not seem to touch. S. S. 8. gets at tlte root of the disease, and forces it out permanently, S. S. S. Is guaranteed S-deep-seate- d I have suffered agonies with bone ery- hydrophobia and impatient to destroy! The face of that Indian was tho face of a demon fresh from the confines of Hades. Tho hate In his eyes made the blood chili. The desire for venegance burned out like a blaze on a hilltop nt midnight. 1 felt for my revolver with my left hand. It was in the holster of my saddle. My carbine was at my back, but I could not get it, Injured ils I was, and tho slightest movement gave mo the most excruciating pain. Was he armed? Yes! I saw his left hand go down and seize tlie handle of his tomahawk, and as he raised it ho tiled to utter a shout of Ho could not sit up and venegance. his right nrm was helpless, but, shutting his tooth tightly together to force back tho pain, he waved the tomahawk three or four times to get an impetus, and then flung it at mo. It passed over mo and hunk into tho earth. Had he any other weapon? Ho lay back, throw, and his eyes glared Into inino, while tho blood oozed from his wound und ran down his throat nnd Senator Hon. A, D. James. Try It yourself, very slowly nnd Representative Ohio Comity Hon. carefully, until you can say It easily. Then pass It along to vour friends. C. M. Darnctt. Hero It Is: OHIO COUNTY. "She stood at tho gate, welcoming tMltCUIT COUNT. him In." Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borTen to one u jiorson trying to, pronounce the sentence for tho first time Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney will fumble it laughably. These Owensboro. tongue-twistinsentenced, however, J. W. Dlack, Jailer -- Hartford. arc good elocutionary exercises. G. D. Likens, Clerk Hartford. ivo vou conm,, of WftJ D. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner a mt can cnuilclato Hartford. , )ro,w.lv, just as finger exercises on G. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fund tho piano or organ give control of tho Hartford. fingers. Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff Hartford. immense, amount of me-- 1 Deputies What tin Hartford Samuel Keow chanlcal practice does It require to Joe Roberts, Fonhville; Thos. R. establish anything like a close sym- Dishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, pathy between the brain nnd tho Cromwell. physical organs! Philadelphia RecCourt convenes first Monday in ord. March nnd August and continues three weeks, aud third Monday in May and All the Same to Him. November two weeks. "How Is your little sister, Hobble?" COUNTY COUItT. "She's getting well, she's taking celJohn P. Morton, Judge Hurtlonl. luloid milk." And ho marched off, D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. tiroud of having accomplished such ft E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. big word, for steriliied or celluloid Court convenes first Monday in was nil one to this littlo man of five. each month. Boston Traveler. COl'ItT. O.UAUTEIU.T Begins on the fhird Monday In Mr. Wi'l Skillman lins had the lore and October. eyes for j ears. He has trif d many January, April, July COUItT OK CLAIMS. doctors and reme its. and has always Couveucs first Monday in January, (ailed to pet reliel until we sold him a tube ot Sutherlard's F.ngle Eye nnd Tuesday after the fourth Monday Salve, which ctitrd him inside of one in October. OKFICKIW. OTHER COUNTY Dr. Bell' Pine Tar Honey week. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur sells well and cures. Kes'y, M. llEYI!R & CO . Springs. January 15, 1S95. Buras. Ky. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. II. ShulU, School Supt. HartSuthei land's JJagle Rye Salve has done a great deal mote for me than ford. can be told by pen. W.II.SllILI.UAK. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur llurus. Ky. Springs. For bale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouso Hro., druggist, and Kehtrow Ilros., Keeper, Hartford. Narrows, Ky. justices' g 11 fouJeAtauiiunthiriliiMl'v - n "Oiitotla liaiclttipUiltnclill1rtilhat ictummctid It aa aujtlor tu any pre aulptUm II A. incut , M. II, III So Oilotit St, Iltuk1n, N Y. depatl-lien' (tlm, i.e.l,uft.t AA, Liiuuii to inc." BjTKaTjtK:AaiilaaiiLaiaaiftJiBBiisaniHalMajV "CtttorUlt the Nut rcnirdyrorihiMiencf wl.tih 1 am tui;u.iiiUil I tiupr tf.c tlay la lu.t fiir dUlatit vrlicn nuitlieis will coiulUtr tlte o. rejtluwmlcf t'lrlrililUlirti.aiitttieCt.torlu and ullhouh e only litve atnuni; uur Iti.Uuit if Hie utlou i;(luik luttlllila ulikll nuillcul aupptied what It Vnoun u legular cte ilrttt)liii; tluir lunl ddii, y futimv pKnltKla, )rt we ate tree I vulifeia that the o;lutn, iiiur()hlnv, auothlttf arup ami ithtr mrrita. if CailuiU ha. uuii u. to louk. vrllh hutlftil ai;ciit ituwn tlirlr tluuU, thiuby favor uion It " acuJItiir theu to premature f iqc " I'XIttl) lloalirAL AMI l)lriMAU, Dk. J. 1". nice in their outtMe pnwll.e with Cailoila, t "Our plijilrlana In the iMMrcn'i hati aHl.n hlishlr "f their eapcll rtnu le CirtAli, aoJ TradeMirkt oMlnf J ind Alt 1'u (nttuimcttcmuctffil (or MooiMATC Feet. .' OUfl OmC CIS OtFOtlT( UB.PYTCNTOrflGi; J ve ran r ure ritnl ia 14 Ibat Uuu Ukm iu& frm luwilcl, clWff, cewt Miit V thin(ton. ItK dcicrlp-ttodftwta or phMa J vie. if lairnuLii vr n 1. Irtt of U m ur4a Our fee hcI Juc till W ut ume mlb U. S. AdJffM. free ikl rtl Ivrtia cvunUu Kistintp" Cuilway, AlV. Alllm C Sail r it. ha. Iloatoil, Maaa. C.A.SNOW&CO Per. PtTiNT 0,";WaMliato p.c. i Tho Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. Louisville, St Louis & Texas West bound trains. ! No. 4 No. 43. 630 p 111 7 15 a in . cms Soo 8 40 7 20 a 43 7 23 1 Tin m trains run daily. I I STATIONS. I.v. U Dtpot, l.oui..vil!e . . . Krnlucly Sttect . . West I'omt . . . . . . . . . . . . . Railway Cumpany. isl ltiml I 15 No 42 Ar t 1 It Jinn. ..;m I N.i 41 .1 p m J 4S oj p 5" 111 7.U 7.V 7 IS 7 55 s llovv.iiil H.lMMl Willoudale . 85s 905 9 9 23 9 31 9 47 Si.l SjS H.17 8 45 804 .... . UooU .... . . u 05 1212 1 7 7 lmir . Itr.nich JlrnmleuiiUrg IC.ton II 52 II 45 ' 37 1 1 1 1 77 f 9 647 y) 24 16 I" J5l. 2. ( . . . . . . . . . Irvington Wilister l.od Imrg . 955 111 . . . . . OJJ .t . 85S 9 10 18 ul 9 05 9 IS 9 23 9 9-- 1" 2J 10 25 Simple Stepluuspott Addison Holt CKivciputt 09 tl on 1051 m.42 o 27 10 18 10 lj 10 it ') 57 (1 C 6113 5 5; 5 4 5 531 517 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 11 jj I M i v. Q&2&1 hmM&f 5 29 I03S TABTELE55 a 'o 1 1 1042 53 05 28 Shops Sl'illmnii Ilawesville 1'etrie F.ilcott 95 942 9 y 503 53 46 40 32 25 16 05 locS 10 15 10 25 952 9SS 11 13 11 18 1 1 1 1 I.euisport W.iitmaii Powers ' 1 35 m . . . . . . . . 1038 10 4S 11 45 11 57 Fates Out'iihlHitii ..... ... '. 9 22 9 16 , . . Wi il i al ti M aLca ' . 907' 0') S'511 S J 9 La3 8 37 AalJ3i Ka mi 8 B Rri Kl on 1207 p 12 12 12 12 19 Mnttinglv Griffith 827 15 Purely Vegetable and is a positive and permanent cure for Erysipelas, Scrofula, Eczema, Tetter, Cancer, Rheumatism, and all traces of bad blood. Our valuable books will be mailed free to any address. Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Qa, GOD KNOWS IT ALL.. God knows It all. our pain and teaie. That Ly the world aro all unknown. What though the Joys of llfo arc flown. e seem to bo alone, What though And tear It silent through thoears? Clod ki.uwu It all. our pain an J tears. God knows It till, our little carcx. The b. rd 1 113 that wo Lf-athe ny Oft rough and hard, the times no pray So ncaiy, for a brighter day. That friend our ev'ry burden shares, God knows It all. our little cared. God knos It all. the broken heart That lost tho things It loved, und cried !n hlttorncsa, the hopes that dlid When scarcely bor.i, tho breast- - that sighed Tor eonifort and for love's Bisect part. God known It all, the brokes. heart. God knows It nil, O trust and rest, lie loeg and watches ovei tln-o- . Thou Hut In thy blindness see How near thy Loid must eer be; Walt patiently and do thy best, God knows It all, O trust and rest. Jay 3. Jackson. In Chicago Standard. AGAINST ODDS. A Gallant and Vlotorlouo Daeb tho Apachos. Ho had como out of Port Wallace,' bound for Camp Supply, with u truin at liO wufjons. Thoro wcro only CO troopers to escort tho truin GO troopers und tho country full of war parties tuidlnj,' back and forth and Hushed with their victories over tho stu,'u stations and Isolated settlements, At high noon, us wo halted for half un hour's rest and to clono up tho train, fully 100 Indians ueroin sight fiom every wagon, Horses wore unsaddled, rubbed down und (flvci u blto to eat Iwforo tho haddlea bcrvixl out, llrearms overhauled, und tho teamsters warned that they must fight or bo wiped out. Wo uru ready half an hour after 12 o'clock, "Wo must give. thoApuche.s a lertson In munnors. Wo had Ikvii waiting until tho train should reach ft favoiablo location. Tho moment had como. On this ground tlio teamsters could take caro of it with ten troopers to guide and dlm:t, and that left 00 of us to act. Tho word Was quietly passed down tho line, each man prepared himself, und at jioto from tho buglo u wonderful change took place. Our captain wheeled with 'JO men, and charged to tho rear, our slnglo lieutenant wheeled to tho lift with tm menj u sorgeanc charged straight uhead with ten more. I took niuo others and palo-face- of Fohdsvilli:. J. A. Bowling Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, September 19, December 1.1) BuKOiti). March Ben F. Graves :.. .. ,f- 20, June2r, September 24, Decem -ber 24. i'v-- ; IlAirrroiiD. A S, Aull March 5, June 4, September 11, December .'I. Woodward Rosine. C. L. GROOM YOUR IIORSF. WITH March 13, June 12, September 11, BONNER'S December 11. HORSS CLEANER. CitOMwEi.t.. Jont D. Wilson March 7, June 7, September ft, December a. No flies, fleas.iuooquitos or lice. Removes dandruff, dirt. I.c.ne nkin Wheuever a druggist tells vou he solt aud white. Jioo 00 for any caio ol Mange it will has somethinirjustastood(orcoui;hs, trip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarllonx not cure. neck. Stops iritation, rubbing. Fine for clip- ey don't you believe it, for we guar ante that it is not true. We make Hate! Venegance! Fury! Hope! ped horses. drugDespair! I read each feeling as it Mane and tail cleaner of the world. the genuine and authorize all gists to guarantee it. The K. K. No matting. passed through his heart read it Sutherland Co., l'aducah, Ky. from the eyes which burned and Keeps hair fine, soft and silky. A hair For sale bvZ. Wayne Griffin &Bro., grower. glinted and blazed until I giew faint No scratches. Mud will not stick. druggist, und Renfrow Bros. Narrows. at their malignity. Ky. Aids in shedding. Then he moved his arm again and Horse Groomed in less than lull the brought up a knife a long, thin1 Louisville Dental Co., time. knife, which tho lightest blow would A tonic; narrates; temoves itains. flashed Keep lun Ironi fnditiy;. drive to a man's heart. It and glistened in the sun, und my Kxpense but n trifle IM' gallon Ity its use llesh crept a, tlw rod devil, wounded cleans borer 120 times. unto death and almost helpless, horse has coat like velvet. AIo ued V cowsit's reached out, laid the knife on tho on cattle and dojrs For mil giound, and then sought to clutch especially valuable in lly time. Cleandealers for Bonner's Iloise the soil and drug his body toward Ask er. me. An Inch two indies three Will ship half pallon on receipt of $1 liH! teu a foot. If ho can huo (Mention this paper) I'atented he will pull himself ucioss that time TOLKDO SI'F.CIALTY CO., Toledo, Ohio B)xice to within strikifig distance, 3: iy V X VI 14 nnd drive that knife into mo! Use Bonner's Hon) Dressing and Ham Ho reaches out uguin he groans in Dut. pain his fingers dig up tho dirt lils eyes look blood-roiw lie calls up 4 W.M.St. The theory In the trratinont ot his thlrbt for venegance to help his coughs, lunn and liriuichtit nltectioiis Anmuscles porform their work. has bren advanced bv the nwiiuijctiires other Inch six inches unothcr foot! ol Dr. Hell's Tine Tar Homy. It is a $S to $7 Gold Crowns I feel tho ground around mo again as truly a v outlet I'll remedy. All deal-er- s I'oicelain Crowns 3 to 5 fur as I can. No weujwii nothing sell It una positive "iiantnter. Best ot teeth (no better made For sale by Z Wavne Griffin V Hro., to stop his advances! . $8 110 matter bow much you pay) dtutigist, hih' Keiiliow Itios , Nar- Gold fillings Oneo moro ho reaches out and $1 up tho kulfo tho black fingers rows, Ky 75C Silver filling F.xtractiug, pel tooth sink into tho soil und find a hole 15c Ihe. Ililllor'a I'lilnl lirnuii. Vitalized tho jiowerf ul muscles of u single arm HeDrcanted! Swttt smiles vvieath-e- d l'ain'.ess extracting with Air pull his crippled body along inch by 5c his face, but behind the smites one Kxtracting tree when Artificial Tliero's a could easily detect the lines ol woity Inch iuch by inch! Office permanentbrighter bluzo In his eyerf additional ai.d discontentment Anyhow he Teeth are ordered. ly located. fury creejiB into that steady glare. earner was an He lias been wounded unto dcutli, ' seemed happy. The di Good Old Granny Ifetcalf, 86 years but if ho cuu kill mo ho will die wltlw-ou- t editor ot a county piper in Arkansas. old, living at 018 Monroe street, u regret uye, with u shout of It is not known how lung the poor Xy., says that Dr. Bell's Fine fellow was made happy by the imagiuxultutlon 011 his Tar Honey Is the best grip cure, Inch coming, coining' nary panorama or by golden, but unInch by couch, lung and bronchial remedy nearer, nearer! Two feet moro and real, thoughts superinduced by his that has been offered to the people ho can reach mo and stub and thrust dreamland, but one thing is during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Hut, suddenly I visit to with that knife. dreim Wayne GriQiit & Bro druggist, and notice that tho firing has ceased. I known, and that is that the Uenfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. hear tho hoofbeats of galloping provtd f.it.tl. He was luuud that evening haneing at the end ol it lope trooi-cr- s "A Kose Festival" Is the name of a horses, und now a rldo up, aud 0110 of tlicm calls out in the coal filed, and the following delightful entertainment for lime by "Bless my stars, but hero's our letter to his was lutind In IJniiua J. Gray, which will nppear In hergeunt! Hello, old Ixiy, catch a his pocktt, which explains the Harper's Kound Table published June bullet? Down boys, and look ufter dream: 9H1 In the same number there will him, and I'll just put an ounco ball be an article on the Manufacture of "To My Into tho head of this rod doil who's Is thr ciiht ol this rash Gunpowder, by Franklin Matthews; been picking his teeth w 1th his ou lei-- 1 W. J. Henderson will contribute one Stand dear a minute, net I dreamed; I thought InI jws were pouting into the printing of his old sailor's yams, entitled Ono, two, threw gono to boys A jun heaven, to fool no moro with ofl'ce at ever) door; even climbing In "The Feast of King Red Coat." wagon tralnsl" Detroit Freo Press. the windows, aud were p tying up chapter of Kirk Monroe's serial story Never si.v as entitled "Dick Dale," which Is near-l- ng your kubscrlpllnns, The Earth' Possible Moons. much money in my life ns I saw In the tend; the last instalment of Tho opinion Is attributed tn bomo I don't know wliy I Marlon Harlaud's serial, 'An 'Old-Fie- ld' for th's dreim. astionomers that It is passible School-girl- ;" short stories, artho earth, under curtain circum- dreamed such thhig tor I'll swear stances, to capture us batellltes somo that I never enteitaiiied such ticles on photography, departments When I awoke my hopes on Stamps, Interscholastlc sport, bicyof tho roving moteorlo bodies know n thoughts to ix bo numerous In space Instead of were "pled ' Tl-- disappointment is cle tours, humorous items, etc. with bringing them to thosurfaco as aeio-llto- too great, mid I have decide .1 to tnd excellent illustrations complete the und that, as those bodies aro my existence Don't think these ac- number. too small to bo seen a mass of 1U0 counts aie Mm ire I. All, no, I'll tons being Invisible at 800 or 1,000 meet Mime ol you In eternity. Fare- - j Children Cryfor tulles when btlghtly lighted tho 'Jim II earth may bo attended by hundreds thee well. Caatorla, of iuUsiblo moons. Sir J. Hcibchel Tin: KhiTiii iimn is prepared to do is cited as oven of tho opinion that IleaiUtrh and Xeurnlgla cured by Ur, the very lust Job Work. tlirtv iiiav b large caough to bo vUl ". -- coukts. e OS 11 oS 11 15 11 23 11 31 11 3 II 24 28 35 8 10 355 344 3 39 3 36 WARRANTFD. P)UCZ HOcta. rulaUltlJpar,i.j a. o l.itlwvit ' 1 l.l.l 01.(1. It's tutlvO I IKJUSTA3C00D (Ut. .1 rORADL'LTS. JO. . . . . 1251 12 58 1 . c "55 I5P'" .... . . Stanley Wortlnngtoii Kiwis Spo'.tsville lMbUtts . . v( . . I.v. 7 7 7 7 7 59 52 43 3 30 3 23 3 ' 'tar nil Wmlw. cl flllU 'IX Ill aihl liaia It rv alrfailr I'll year. MP allintr a tvuhl Uir tl Iiiiiii. m (.ri'iir cfanartlrlj11, lii I'wcrit Iiulr.i.la4tl t I M 1IU ,N ir 1. iia.Mo, UM. S .at aver. 1(1 Juuf Klih--. nt. .tmuili itu-.iri- i AiilKl.Cat.il AfO. 2n a in 2 55 p m .110 or t.ile by Wiiliiuis lull. SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY. ( il DT COINS TO THE Thla la the i lice rl rat haveyoardaalal wihv 4ot baiaar ia4 fer mm tiae laf wMiaae iith r.farr otalor lu iiiiiiei.iii, itpMiiruiiwal anriitheriinreitillie ve rl aoatad.uia) eapaaU rua aay aa'la ne ,i'.irt .iiifiLt. ,ri.LiUr arllStlal ihii, Wa aa vlllUrkruli4ailMiy aapcUlty.taluliiL' lomihar yiiaruitaralnr Hre ViZi. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, . 4th et Qroea k WalsJ the Are. Tbeater Bulldhij. toi r uaiii, u a Laiui lifacV? SJ jii raan'rinttaiKr. A? A il .ittr niliu.! i.m ta'UItlanriVtr h. i'rnui. iiiiiii" rlaiuiuriA liul illa ij rrfTffr"irram. tialll. atul tauiir.j c iupltt.ai. ruroo. Iitr Uialm1. 1tiiu.aihli PATIEHTS TRSATtD DY MAIL r.411 lniil lr 1 r pa iruun IJr . lili .tamp. m 3 Urtm Milla N CATrOLKSKci,S Fm. rT tri If.lrraunrl.la 1 fit rlu Sl n.uLtm. ey UK. OlVlUI.n.u wiw.i.y.aia f ')( trillion rubb.r, tl fnaraal! In ft tad acalaat hraaka'a Ire e yaata. A uiirtniee le nlilinerf mi. (.ld fltllfa$l.no aa4 ap; r,r, Miw atllafa, 7c: all wnrk, i.lh.r .U.iU. mil nr 1. 5V. Oar crown aait hfldre prlcva ar Melh wltacat platu era aa Iraa, lowar lhaa taa UaMU alrt'M? nil frTMblc li runr nalur.ll lMlk.uad al UVianalirjil tour teolh an.l put la mlea aaaia day, Taalh eilractad, 2Se., aad Nfltht'jt pjn. You tan tuaka appoiatntmila by aull. All (vaaalalkia Ipm. A lady ak , vat. In atutiuance, n wr li.'H !'4l NOTICE OUH PRIOES. niium; Why not be your own 'Middle-man- ? profit botwwn inaWor aad u wr and tliM a malt Jual ono. Our lllu'OOl'aKO Catuloi!"" and Ruyen Ouldaprotcsttiutlt j posalblu Wiiluba ddlcrllxa SH pound. I! OCOIIIuatratlorn. undtollatlieomviiruatiirtcuoforurtOUM uvcry tlilnK ) ou uau. Wo ncndf article. far IScunU; that's not far tlio tx4k,tbu. to Day part of tho paitaitaor oiprtwasKS nnd koop oil Idlers. You can't uot It tea quick. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., Tru.Mora ol All Ilia I'aopla ray but ono LOUISVILLE DEJTAL PARLORS, In tlio Avcmio Theater BullJInif, 4th St., bet. Or ecu and WuluuL 'Bread is the Staff of Life: IN EVERY CAN hSSTSSSs. , ZJTAlvnsRsUaNs. For sale hy 1, B. Stevens. Hartford, Ky. vhy pay eoto Horte-Hlih, BAK1NQ COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND B TWO CENT STAMPS TO DALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. OF BAULARD'S OBELISK POWDER WILL BE FOUND A Ilfll6 Michigan Ave, Chldst. THE QUICKEST LINE-DITWCt - JOISyiLlE Ulrtit CINCINNATI 1B1PH18 Tor d 1 1 OWENSBORO, KY. FENCE! FOR 0Oo a rod f or fno whan you oan ttiaktri0 BEST WOVEN WIRE FENGE ON EARTH Bull. Strong, Ploond Chloken Tlahl, ' A man and bor can man from o 10 00 roaa a oay. Onar 80 atylaa. 30-n- aa Connoctlona 12 TO 20 CENTS A ROD7 Fraa. AMP THE EAST. Direct ConnKtlona lor all I'olnti In do-Isi- ts IfiouhairaaLawnnothlneln th world would b a aubatltute for ourflno Ornamental Fanoa. Beautiful. Durable. Strong, and Cheap. Plain satvnnlrad FCNOC WISE aold 10 Farmers ol wholesale prices. Clroulars and Price List Free. KIT8ELMAN BROTHERS, Box 02, RldRovlllo, Indiana Ornamental Fenct. atrataa cataiesu Atlmlnlppl, Louisiana, Arkaitiiw, Oklahoma, Mexico,' Taxas, and California. FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PUUHAN BUFFET SLEEPERf Write for Informatlou lotht ntarcil agtutol the Chtlaptoka, Ohio A Southwcalcrn U. II. J0HH ECHOLS, Oen'l Staugr. LOUISVILLE. -- FllEI'AKATIONS FOR THE ll. Ot Nivt'inbcr IT 1ITTLE .'I S.0. KY. HATCH, t'.cn'l 1'aia. AgL uru alirady mill under way. Anon j. r. "p7rtle ;B I T OF TTT E IMITmCTATCC ISTOBEHLKUrEU.ANl) half-doze- n subi-criher- s Dlsap-polntme- hunt-Ing-knlf- e. 11 s, ' Pltchor's the tliickrui of tlm fishl, Imttllnc vijrorouulr HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. .liirh will limit; Prosperity to tlio Nation. THE NEW YOlUv WKUk'LY TKIHUNE is not only tlio Icadinir Is prcp.iied to do any and all klabi n National tlio country, liut is Itopiililican Pricei mast of Dental Operations. Family NpwBpupur. reasonable. Office over Williams Je citizen. Bell's DruR Store, Its campaign now and ilii'timniniii will intereit cvoiy American All tlio iK'wnol lliediiv. Knri'iu'ii ConospuiiiU'iico, Agricultural Peirt-incn- t, Vitalised air or laughing air Markut Kepnrl". l'iwlIon l'lates with ulalioratu ilr'crinttniib, ami va( for palnleu etract!o Ku up an Monl Fonilly l'appr. riety of ituma ol limiwliulil iniori'-t- . tetb WoluriilihTIlE HEl'UHLICAX and NEW YOlUC WEEKLY TIUUUNE, Loth papt-Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and I.aGrlppe when Laxativi Bkouo Quininr will cure you in one day. Does not produce the ringing in the head like Sulphate of Quinine, Put up In tablets convenient for taking, Addit'M nil nrderi to tho Guaranteed to cure, or money refund ed. Price, 25 Cents, l'or sale by Williams & Bell. Hartford; K. V. WIIIIams.Beaver Dam; A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Wilte your name and nddies on a postal card, bend it to Geo. W. Bes Brown & Chapman, Centertovrn; Room 2, Tribune lluildintf, New York City, and sample copy olTHB R, K. He Co,, Kockport. NEW YORK WKUKI.Y TKII1UNK will be mallwl to you. Will. MulwiiyH.l.Bf.iiinilin w I '! fflifi&M tlSJiiillB. I I il WM X$M if for Bnnnd lliirintrH I'rinciiiliH, DENTIST n.inperln 111 r t$l25 Advanoe UAilTWHU) REPUBLICAN, ixx ONE YEAR ; i". MM. im .