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Do your own Agent. HO MKD1CAI, EXAMINATION The Habtsoed Beptjblicae OFFICIAL ORGAH OF TEE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, KIIQDIRV VOL. VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1896. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 47. Latest U. S. Gov't Report THE BEST SPRING HE0I03NE sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever and Aeue, Rheumatism, and many other Ills which shatter the constitution and 'ieck health. Don't forget the word lir.GULATOR. Is SIMMONS LlVfcR It Regulator you want. The word regulator distinguishes It from all other remedies. And, besides this, SIAUION3 Is SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't forget to take It. Now Is the time you need It most to wake up your Liver. A por pearly Bureau ot Anrlculturo, La bor, and Statistics Conditions Juno 1, 9 , DELKER 3E3CA.-VE3 lt&O. w.iiKvr. H iV 2SSS5fa Powder PURE Min DEIEIXjID T3E2ES JLiE2 -flLl3. C3 0 o Xt&ft&Ut.?? MffiCSKS'JiiLi, fl . n. u Pi .mwt; - f ' 4 FQ a 8 7 e4 U" 0 G 0 u ID o ac -- 2JJ ' "- - 1 -- p" 0 CO loo 3For oeirxt. tlio 3E2:ta3.a.sOa3a.ost. WRITE FOR CATA LOG VE- - Sold by authorized dealers or direct from THESEO.DELKER CI., MANUFACTURES, Hndrson,Ky . ' ' Doit'l ftto now Tlio lobneco habit grows on a man until his nervous system is seriously allected, itnparing health, comfort uud happine. To quit suddenly is too severe a shock to the system, ns tob.it co to nu inveterate user becomes a stimulant that his system continually is a scientific craves. "Baco-Cur-o" euro lor tho tocacco habit, in all its forms, carefully compouudrd after tho formula of an cuimeut Merlin physicians who has urcd it in his privnto practice tinco 1872, without n Iniltiro. It is purely Vegetable and guarautceil You can uso perfectly hurmbess. all tbo tobacco you want while taking "Uaco-Curo- ." It will notify you Wo give a written when to stop. guarantee to cure permanently any case with three boxes, or rcluud tho money with 10 per cent, iuterest. "l!acoCuro" is not a substitute, but a scientific cure, that cures with-otho aid of will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and tree trom nicotine us tho day you took your first chew orsmoko Cured jsy iinco-ejiir- o aim gaiucu Thirty pounds. From hundreds of testimonials, tho originals of which anion tilo aud open to inspection, tho following is present od. to cum: voimsEi.r niiir.n it. Tobneeo. usiNet JUST LIKE HEAVEN. Horo's aTown That has Goldon Stroot8. Euro-Enoug- h I "Yes, sir; ourstrcets are paved with gold," said R. F. Robertson, editor and proprietor of the Piacerville Evening Nugget, to the San Francisco Post. "A man can go out any street in the town and In half a day wash enough gold out of the gutter to enable him to cat, drink nud sleep the rest of the day, and it keeps two constables busy nil the time chasing miners who are tearing up the stieet. Not long ago they observed n man sitting all day in the rain on a back street without even an umbrella over hi in. This was so unusual and his manner so suspicious that they investigated aud found he had taken some old cracker boxes and fixed up a sluice box in the gutter. lie had concealed it under a lot cj weeds nud grass, and when no one was looking would walk up the street nud kick dirt into the water that was running down the gut ter. lie was clcauing up about $3 every night. A few days before I came down a small boy stubbed his bare t.e on a stone in the street nud sat down to cry. Tueti he found that he had kicked a piece of quartz worth $45. "One night about six months ago some one told the Constable that his took various remedies, among othcra prisoners were digging out o( the city "No.'J'o-Ikc.- " "The Indian Tobacco calaboose, but when he investigated Antidote." Doublo Chlorideof Gold." he found they had taken up the plank etc., etc., but nono of them did me the floor and were only doing a little plaleast bit of good. Finally, however, .1 purchased a box of your 4,Baco cer mining, "A mining company has maden and it has entirely cured mo of furo'l in all its form?, aud I havo proposition to the city to mine the increased thirty pounds in weight and streets, and by way ot compensation am relieved from all tho numerous have agreed to. sewer, grade and 'aches aud prins of body and mind. I pave them with bitumen, tearing could write u quire of paper upon my them up and putting themdown again changed feelings and conditions. Yours respectfully, P. II. Maiiiiurv. section at a time, so as not to Interfeie 0. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. with travel. Great town, that!" So'd by nil druggist at $1.00 per I heard of Dr. Dell's I'lue Tar Hon-e), boxj tbreo boxes, (thirty days' for sale at the Stote of Messrs. written $2 50 with iron-cla- d guarantee, or sent direct upon receipt Gann, Burnett & Co's, Grantsbuig, of price. Writo for booklet and Ill.,nnd meeting many commendations proofs, Eureka Chemical' it Mfg. Irom diflerent persons of its wonderful merits, I thought try Co., La Crosso, Wis., and Boston, bottle. I have been J would flee a seriously e led 37-- 0 Mass mo. lor 25 years with a couch and pains in my side and bteast that were cnus. BEST IN QUALITY. yOST IN QUANTITY. iug me a miserable life. I spent luiti dteds of dollars with doctors and for medicines, but everything failed until I ttied this wonderful icmcdy, It beats the world nud saved my hie, I recommend Dr. Pell's Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungs. It is WHITE'S CREtM n great success. J. It, Rosnt.t., May 20,1895. Grantsburg III. For sale by Z.WayneGrlffin & llro., YEARS FOR ft druggist, aud Keufrovv llros , Nar5 H led all WORM Remedies. V rows, Ky. 9 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. $ fa BOX. BV AM. DRVOOIITS. t Hprclnl "t'liilcr. f ncmiMoi uufiiK to., it. torn. I All persona who have subset ibed for the Commercial or the M e v V Tribune at this ofiice.and who are not morlcan Stoam LaundrjeY receiving them, will please report lo us at once. CIayton,NcvadaCo.,Ark.,Jan.28,'05. Lureku Chemical & Mlg., Co., La For forty Croeae, Wis. Gpiitlrmeti: veals I used tobacco iu all its tonus. For tweiityifive years of that timo I was a great sufferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I treat-went- y I f i VERMIFUGES 20 T Pkincetox, - Ky., Does the- finest work of any Tlio Wiiniiiit llnlieiiilnu. laundry in Kentucky, Tho Out ol the world aplalntlve woman-voic- e work Is all guaranteed, Goods reached me the other day, as I are not torn up, but aro return- walked on the Borders of Bohemia. It ed in good condition. was a fair day, and my being was fill, Laundry Shippod on Mon- - ed with ecstatic thrills and all be day, on Friday. cause, O world, a blul above in a gnarly apple tree was trolling out a veil table tavern ditty, 0 lusty, mellow Agt. AllTFOlID, Ky. roundelay which tickled my fancy rtHtlnAI.OrA fund ll Dr Ulllf,' lUia and held me with the idea that the Viuj. tlnu caut K iliMtt " At .llCruiullU soul of some old-titaverii reveler Mcmltjly l'lnJ curvd W Vt. MiIm' laln l'llt. returnod CLAltENOE CASEBIER lent storms of wind, rain and hail. Kentucky, while escaping in a great and eastern portions of the State the measure the lamentable losses of life crop has made steady growth during that has befallen many States, has the drouth, while in the abseuce of suffered no inconsiderable pecuniary the usual wet weather interference loss by reason of damage to crops and property. The counties of Ballard, with work the crop has received unusual good cultivation up to the begin-in- g Marshall, Caldwell, Crittenden. Webster, Todd, Logan,, ol the rains Since that time it is beginning to show the need of Clinton, Ohio, Franklin, Owen, Pen dleton, Mason and Harlan report work. great damage to crops and soil from Hartford, Ky. In the Western counties wheie the This testimonial is unsolicited and for the benefit of humanity. My WILL practice his profeseion in all ralnlab has been more bountiful dur severe storms of wind and rain. courts of Ohio and adjoining daughter has been subject toseveie LUCAS MOORE, ing April and May, the late excessive colds and croup and often taken with counties and Court of Appeals. SpecCommissioner of Agricnlture. rains have put the crop in bad condN violent coughing spells at night. Dr. ial attention given to collections. tion as rcgatds cultivation. Many Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the only Cure Tor Jleatlnclie. Office next door below Corumen preparation I have founn that will re- cial Hotel. As a remedy for all forms of Headcorrespondents reportthe fields as be iug overrun with grass and weeds. ache Electric Bitters has proved to be lieve her. I d think it is as necessary in the house-holas a Hie preserver It Is also being badly damage in low- the very best. It effects a permanent on a steamboat. Res'y, K R. Sutherland Med; Co ; cure and the most dreaded habitual Jan. 18,1895. lands by ovei flow. B. L. jESSEr., Gknts: I write this letter because headaches yield to its influence. 202 W. Bridge St., Louisville, Ky. Reports still show an unusual large sick I believe you have made .1 discover HARTFORD, KY. For sale by Z. Wayne Griflin&Bro., Will practico his profession in a cougli, cold, throat and lung rempercent, of i'os crop still in farmers' We urge all who are afflicted to proin all th edy that the people ought to have. I hands. The condition cure a bottle, and give this remedy a diuggist, and Renfrow Bros., Nar- courts of Ohio anil adjoiuiug counties over the State rows, Ky. reler to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. 1 averages fair trial. In case of habitual constiCareful attention will bo given to a 93. have thoroughly tisttd it and know-itbusiness entrusted to his care. mm: k.voii. Col pation Electric Bitters cures by giv wondcrlul metits. It cures. OATS. Farmers are far behind with their lections n specialty. Office over Ohio Any one who ever need a remedy of ing the needed tone to the bowels, and The condition ol the oat crop shows Corn is growing nicely. County Bank. Also Notary Public. should this kind never Le few cases long resist the use of this plowing. without n bottle ot Dr. Hell's Pine marked effect of the drouth. Many medicine. Try t once. Fifty cents Wheat and oats will be a half crop in 3E- - aNnELaL-Ij- , counties repirt the crp a failure Tar Honey. Jkuky M.Portek, . and $i 00 at Williams & Bell's Drug this part ol the county. County Attorney) Glass and Queensware, througho it, while in otheri the rains Store. . Mr. Johnson Stewart and family Jan, is 1S95. Pacluchah. Ky. May arc re visited Mr. John Blackburn Sunday For sale by Z. Wayne Griflin&liro , duiln? the litter pirt of A prominent educator says: A week at McHenry. druggist, and Renfrow Bios , Nar. ported as hiving nwoudeifiil effect lu HARTFORD, KY. reviving the pnspect, especially is normal school is the worst place for Will practice his profession in the tows, Ky, Mrs. Martha Ross and daughter, the portion being benefit- youngsters to fall hi lovo I ever saw. Miss Mainiee, Hartford, visited Mr. Courts of Ohio and adjoiuiug counties. The lemnrk that times could ot be ed. In the Ve4ter11 counties the Many teachers drop into a normal in and Mrs. Special attention given to colW. Rhoads last Sunday-weelections. Office in Courthouse. any worse than they ore nor, is crop is in a normal condition. The the spring, just alter they have fin heard especially from those who condition over the State averages 69, Ished teaching a long term, and the Miss Ouin Williams, ol Goshen, is JNO. B. WILSON, advocate the exper'ment ol free sil springtime, combined with the sud- attending the Normal at Beaver Dam. TO.IACCO. vcr. But that is another mistake of ed: Mr. Worth Tichenor nnd family The last ten days ol May might be den relief from teaching, lightly turns theirs. 'Tis true prices are low and HARTFORD, KY. their thought to love. visited Mr. Tichenor's mother, near labor is scarce and poorly paid, but termed a continuous tobacco season, giveu SPECIAL attention abstracts, to col" with the result th it a larger percen-- a making Wake up your liver but be sure you Centertown, severul days last week. when you get a dollar you know it is &c, Mr. Willie Hocker and family, of also Notary Public for Ohio Couuty. fe of the crop wis set prior to June take Simmons Liver Regulator to do worth one hundred cents of anybody's Centertown, were the guests of Mr. Office North sido of public equare. 1st tlnn ever before in In the history It with It will do it every time, and money. If our finances were demorA. M. Miller and family last week. alized, it would add immensely (n of the tobicco-- rowing industry in do it so well that you'll feel wonders R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Dr. D. Ellis Miller has retnrned the State. The lepbrts show that on fully refreshed and strengthened. It of the country. the distress average over tho Stute 88 per cent, of is Simmons Liver Regulator that does from Louisville where he has been atlIon'M Tlil.T the crop has been set. The stand is it. There is only one Simmons Liver tending the Medical School for the Hahti'oiii), Ky. Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Re past five months, The Doctor is well ward for any case ol Catarrh that can excellent, except in the low lands, Regulator, and you'll know it by the pleased with the school. Will practico his profession in all the not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Ore. where the plants are reporthd as Red Z on thepacgage. Take nothing Mr. Thomas Baker, who has for Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties F.I CHIJl'RY&CO , Props, .Toledo. O drowned Irom ovei flow. The tobacco else, and you'll be sure to get all the the past eighteen months been clerk- Collections carefully nnd promptly atWe the undersigned, have known fields are in common with the corn good health promised. tended to. Offico with T. J. Smith ing iu the Williams Coal Co. store, & Co., Market Street. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 jrars. and believe him perfectly honorable fields suffering Irom want of cultlvas "Whnt kind of a boy does a busi- has resigned nnd will leave in n few In all business transactions and fin. tion and from overflow in the bottoms. where he has ness man want?" asked a shrewd week for Mississippi, nnclally able to carry nut any obligaThe acreage as compired with an avbought some land. Mr. Lon Stewart tions made by their firm. erage yer is 8. As compared practical man of many concerns the WEST& Tkuax, Wholesale Druggist. with SPECIALTY: other day. "Well, I will tell you. In will take his place in the store. 1895 the acreage is 91. Toledo, O Miss Annie Hocker visited her unWauhno, Kinnam & the first place, he wants a boy who Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat, Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tolei HI5 MP. cle, Jesse Williams last week. doesn't know to much; business men do, Ohio. EVANSVILLE, IND. Mr. D. Hocker nnd family, Beaver The hemp growing section lies Hall's Catarrh Cure Is. taken inters generally like to run their own busiDam, visited his aunt, Mrs. Minerva Office 4 16 Upp. First st. wholly in poitlon of the State where ness nnd prefer some nally, acting directly upon the blood one who will aud mucous surlaces ol the system the drouth was seveiest. The effect listen to their way rather than try to Hocker last week. Price 75c. per botttle. Sold by all oiithcciop is plainly hown in the J. B. VIOKER3, Mr. J. S. Williams returned fiom teach them new kinks. Secondly; Druggists. Testimonials free. general average lor condition, which they want a prompt boy, nne who un- Louisville recently. Hall's Family Pills ars the best. Several ol our young people will is 72. 47-l- t UllIlTl'ORD, KY derstands 7 o'clock as exactly seven, The average, which was estimated nttcud the reunion at Rockpoit the Will practico his Inprofession in Ohio "The Ideal editor, "says n.i exchange at 105 on May 1st, has been reduced not ten minutes past. Third, nn and adjoiuiug counties. Special atdustrious boy, who is not afraid to 4H1 of July. "Is the one who knows just what to by late sown ciops perishing. Mr. Marvin Miller, Owcnsboro, tention given to all business entrusted This keep out of his newspaper." But' decrease has been repaired to some put in a little extra work lu case of visited his patents last week, to his cure. Ofilco ou Market Street, need. Fourth, an honest boy, honthat kind of an editor lias never been ' extent by reowing. over L. B. Stevens' grocery. Brown Eves. est in his service as well as In the born. Mankind finds fault with the Ml DOWS. matter of dollars and cents; and fifth Almighty, aud a newspaper that has The Pittsburg Commercial Gazette ARMISTEAD JONES, Thecjiidltion of meadows Is, very a good.'natured boy, who will keep an opinion and Its editor has any reports President Clevelaud as saying lunulluess or backbone, is oblidged to generidly, reported poor. The drouth his temper even ii his employer lose that iu case the Democrats declare for express opinions at times thut are not commencing us It did with the begin- his own now aud then." HARTFORD, KY.. free silver at Chicago and the Repub. tn accord with more or less if his ning ol the spline, has permitted litVnliin ol it Xtn kinter. licans at St. Louis for sound money, Will practico in all the Courts ol Ohio tle growt'i to be made until the time Special at I would rather have a newspaper he and n majority of his cabinet will and adjoiuiug counties. readers. Office tentiou given lo collections. is pauid for icpairingthe loss. Some without a government than governsuppoit the Republican ticket. Hi with Couuty Attorney. lutss ueien uouiu, wno recently correspondents report good clover ment without newspapers. The says he differs widely with McKlnley made a large subscription to the St. 'meadow, but no report of good condU newspaper Is a great mental camera on the tariff question, but that in Louis relief fuud, Is reported to have ' tion of timothy Is received. Who out 111 In the which throws a picture of the whole comparlsou with the calamity that Wanted-- An Idea or torn iUulat thin taBAWnl. made this remark In a letter to a Western counties, tue army worm is world on a single sheet of paper, Protactrnur Mut tbey mar bring plt-- waaltb. would befall the country on account Writ JOllM WkDnKHttlntN A (Ml., you Irlend: "My idea is that the best reported as destroying any prospect Wwblnjlon, I). l' fur Ihtlr the iiiost ol the free and utillmed coinage of sil- Dj.lift vt twj buuOrwxl IuTvuUoojI i.fui rUoAtt. uatc The newspaper Is y u4 wa&Ua. memorial to those wC love Is some- - I jhat might have existed. Correspond-thin- g potent human agencies lor the pro- ver it Is not to be considered, nnd he that will be a ical benefit to the I . llo...evcr tennTt .... ralus tection and advancement of the race. would undoubtedly support McKlnTobacco users will find iu another living," This utterance seems na lf inspired by a higher power, and li flS having a rejuvenating efTect, but Almost all that keeps In us perma- ley, In the language of the poet: column, an Item of decided Interest worthy of 11 place in holy writ it is ibt probable; tlituiinprovement nently and effectually the spltit of reWhile the lamp of life holds out to tothehi, headed "Don't Stop TobacF.v.insville Jourinl. wm result tn juoreliau, making sood gard for llbeity and the public good, bum, the vilest sliiucrinay return," co," x, mix-with came the woman-voire- : "Who walks with you? Tell me of your coinmui ms. Is it fit that I liuld jiin yon?" Then I leaned down f om t lie sun shine, which was incited splendid where I stood, and saw her v. ill yearning in her eyes, but it was much fear. And I bude her co b.ick, for her time to Se clearly lad not yet come No tne can walk in Bohemia with Fear, fur l'ear is an Aigus-eyc- d jailer at.il he gives no release to souls either night or day. So I bade her go baek,and went on; but the question itayed with me. "Who walks in Bohemia?" I'ewer souls than you thing, O listening . wotld. There are not to m my nl The the people ot Thought. New Cohemian. 1 was incarnate in him 1 lien In levlrwliig the condition of the wheat crip, It ii "necessary, on account ol the unequal distribution of the Mh.f ill during the months of April nnO May. to 8 pirate the western section of the Slate from the centtal and eastern poition. 'In the central aud ciMttn nuitioti practically had no ridnfnll liom the first of Apiil to about May asth, With the Jesuit that the I'vemge dropped Irom 74 on May 1st to 57 on June 1st, for this section. In ny counties the crop U reported n f.itluic. 'I he frneral complaint is that lie cii'p is bending so low and is so thin on the grumd that great will J if (.xpotlenced in harvesting it, Cotup'idnts are also received of damage from Hessian fly in this sectlmi In those counties lying west of n tine aiming north and south with the eastern boundary ol Daviess county, the rainfall has bceu more abundant and the crop .is only prevented I'on miki-- g an avenge ,crop by the bujr and Hes nvagesol the chi-c- h sian fly. The late excessive rains is causing sotueappreh nsionol damage fiom rust The condition in the twenty two counties lyinc west of the above mentionul line is 80 per cent, of a lull crop Combining the two sections the nverapc is 61, which is a falling off of ij poin's I'nrfng the month of May. In the Southern counties the crop is reported rea ly to harvest, which is being delajfd bj the wet weather. The harvest petiodnn anavrrngelsa week eatlter in the Stite thU season. CORN. The corn crop is the onlyexception to the grneial complaint of crops damaged by drou'.h. An excellent stand was obtained and the crop, gen. erally speikin. U li a very advanced stize lor the seasoi, In the central 111 dif-fini1 pastures ol the meadows. The conwe must lcok to the unshackled t nd dition over the State averages fit. independent energies of the picss. PASTURES. The newspaper Is the familiar of all Pastures weie never shorter otthis men, of all degrees.of alloccupatlons. season of the year. Many report of It tenches Imperceptibly. It has no the bluegrass being killed by the pompous gown or scholastic rod to drouth are received, while the damage abash or contrrl, but prepares itself to young grass from seed sown In the and is admitted freely and at once to spting, Is enormous. The condition a wotld-wiintimacy with all kinds averages 70 for the Slate.nnd the con- and conditions of people. Iu my dition of young grass 62. judgment of all the machinery used SHEEP AND WOOL. In communicating Information to the Correspondents, very generally, re public none is of really more imporport a reduction in the number ot tance lo the community at large than sheep. The wool clip, as compared the power of the people to communiwith an nverage year, Is 88; as comcate by advertisement aud bring the pared with 1895, the per cent, is 84. buyer nnd seller together. Arthur The price of wool over the State averJ. Balfour, In Country Publisher nnd ages 12' cents per pound. Printer. HOGS. i Tlio Ilixciiiirr )iiril III I.Hp. The percentage of hogs being fats Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, tened for market, as compared with 111 , says: "To Dr. King s an average year, Is 90. Number of correspondents reporting the presence New Discovery I owe my life. Was of hog cholera Is larger than usual. taken with La Grippe and tried all representlug 74 the physicians for miles about, but of 114 correspondents, counties, report cholera, while 69, no avail and was given up nnd told I representing 51 counties, answer the could not live. Having Dr. Klnc's New Discovery in my store I sent for question negatively. n Dottle and began its use and irom FRUIT. Fruit has not escaped the effect ol the first dose began to get better, and the drouth. While the condition of after using three bottles was up and peaches and grapes still remains ex- about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We won't keep store or cellent, apples are reported as drop ping, presumedly from the effects of house without it." Get a free trial the dry weather, until from many at Williams & Bell'n Drug Store. de Beav-crsvill- e, I IVER REOULATOR Is a Regulator of the Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your system may be kent In good condition. FOR THE BLOOIF take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood purifier and corrector. Try it and note the difference. Look for the RED Z on every package. You wont find It on any other medicine, and there Is no other Liver remedy like SIAMONS LlVLR RECiULATOR-t- he Klngof Liver Remedies. us sure you eer. 11. 1. 11. gotlln & Co.. l'hllailelpliln, t'o. PROFESSIONAL Jiih.N. (Jlpim, QAKD. 4.N.H. U'rililliiK. HAKTFORD, KY. oitt AnJnion' llama r.) Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. (Office, LAWYERS, 0"aria.es GLENN & WEDDING, JTTlffif IT LAW IIAltTFOIIW, KY. Wih practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of put-Hsquare. f M. L. Heavrin. HEAVBIM SiiELnv Tayior. sections the apple crop is reported a failure. The most sanguine correspondent does not estimate the apple crop at over 50 per cent. The blackberry crop is generally reported the finest in years. STORMS AND RAINS. The month of May has been a memorable period on account of the vio- Will practice thier profession in nil tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court of Apl'rliilrrV I.miguwrp. .Special attention given to Many people areawarethat printers peals. collections. Office, next door to have n language of their own almost Bank of Hartford. unintelligible to the unltiated. The following gives an idea of printing Perry Westerficld, lingo: " Billy, put George u on the galley and finish up" Beaver Dam, Ky. that murder you commenced yesterday. Set up the ruins of Hcrculan-euIt. R. WEDDING and distribute the smallpox. LoclcupJefl Davis and slide Bob HAKTTOltD, Ky. into the hell-boand leave Will practice his profession in all the pie alone until after dinner. Put tlio courts of Ohio nnd adjoining the ladies form to press and go to the counties. Also Notary 1'ublic. devil and put him to work on DeaOffice, in Commercial Hotel. con Fogg's article ou eternal punishment." Now thi3 is simple enough OT. when translated Into English, and not so rough as the reader may imag ine. Wash-ingto- XtlorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY. ft TAYLOR, Attorney at Law. m Attorney at Law, lirasinruw,- H. BilRKTES Attorney at Law, s EL Attorney ai aw, lxter-sow- 1 ut-t- eu Attorney Law Attorney &i Jaw )r.. pi. amaer Attorney at Law, Attorney at law . n. ,, ,,. Pi","P3,sW 11 11 n a aaaMssmW m mm s Hartford Republican NAM A. A.Mir.UHO.V. ..D.lllor. Subscription, $1,25 por yoar. Fmnw, Ji'SK 19 1895. Advance. I.icnl notices 10c per line fust in scrtion and 5c each subsequent insrr-tiosLarge contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, and must invaribly be paid for In advance, unless party ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work olall kinds promptly and neatly executed. j. Subscriptions f 1.15 pet annum in Ilntcs nnd Tonus. Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1806. For Congress, Hox. J.no. V. I.kwis. .lohn IUiea will r for the Democratic have a nomination for Congress in the Third District and then Dr. Hunter will walk over him ami go to Cougress. walk-ove- It now eeems that Hon. Jno. R. Tauner, of Illinois, made a fine speech in a single sen. tence when he said: "The laboring man who is out ol work, when he thrusts his hands into his pockets, will know how to vote." T11U Madisonville Huilltr is now running a semi weekly edition. They have made arrangements to move their presses, type, &c, to the Fair grounds during the Madisonville Fair and will issue a daily. The Reuuiou at Rockport this year promises to be tbifinost enjoyable gathering of the body for many years The committee having it in charge are making extensive preparations for the accommodations of all who attend. Havinu nominated McKinley and declared forprotectivcjtarifi and sound money, there remains but one thing for the Republ'can party to do, viz.: To demolish the Democratic party, which it will do as toon as a long suffering people can get to the polls to vote. The Louisville Sunday Slar, a Democratic paper, says: 'If St. Louis declares for goldand Chicago indorses the white metal no less than S.ooo Louisville Democrats will fail to support their ticket,' said a sound money Democrat yesterday. 'Many of these will swallow the rankest Republicanism rather than connive at free silver." ' Hon. T. C. Piatt, of 2s'ew York, is not as prominent in the National-lar- ge as he is in his own bailwick, New York State. This is good. Tbo Republican party cannot aflbrd to follow the leadership of such men as It would even be "me too" Piatt. better for New York Republicans if I'latt was returned to private life. A dispatch to the Courier Journal of June lfith says that Bishop John II. Vincent, of the M. K. Church South, preached the commeurement sermon at the Vauderbilt University at NashBishop ville. This is a mistake. Vincent did preach the commencement sermon, but he is not a llishop of the M. K. Church South; he is a Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church. By what process of reasoning can a man arrive at the conclusion, that a person should be given the right to take 57 cents worth of silver to the mints, have it coined and get a dollar No worth 100 cents in its place? man can roach a just coiicluson by such reasouing, and yet this is the Such way free silver people reasou. ctufl'as this will not and can not stand when subjected to the searching light cf common sense. THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. This week is the great National Republican Convention at St. Louis and Ropublicans are thcie from every State between the great oceans to transact business of vital importance It is a o to the American people. table period in the political history of It will work an epoch the country. in the Nation's welfare that will bo lasting and be lor the good of mankind iu general. The return of pros, perity is a glorious thought that tills We have the heart of every citizen. road to travel for tho last had four years, hut thanks be to Him who rules the Universe it will soon Victory is near at ho at an end. hand and relief is Huro to follow. The work of tho St. Louis Convention will certainly bring now hope, new life, and prosperity to our country, which has been so depressed in the last few years. The nomination ofMcKinlcy will bring back that confidonco so long lost and restore the star cf liopo upon tho highest The wheels pinnacle of prosperity. of commerce, so long idle, will begin, and the sun of progress will again rise to brighten our pathways. The work of the St. Louis Conven-tio- u will ho well donu, hut the work he finished next ho nobly begun will November, when the people, by their voice ut the polls, ay wo ore done with free trade, donu with freo silver and wo have planted our country foremost in tho ranks of otliPr nations to livo mid prosper with n milled and prosperous people. 11 IIUKtS WHtli All. list AILS. 14 111 Dot Uiugto bruu. TuimUouJ. Pel In Hue. fold brdrutKlaU. 11 DmM Hi Now that McKiulcy is nominated, day however they aro shouting Mc tiiumphant election, Kinley has won tho nomination by by the largest voto ever cat for a means ot the money of tho manufais This Is mcro tu res and corporations. Republican candidate If Democrats will ro buncombes. Fouu years ago you could sell a member the tour made by Maj. Mcmule or a horse for SIOO that you can Kinley, n few years since, through That was uti. the South and West, they will also not get SI'O for now. ndmlnltration, remember that his visit to those secdcr a Republican tins is Democratic. How do you like tions of the country, wits like tri the latter? umphal march. Thousands went out I the Government has h right to to see him nt every point. Iho ovaIf Hue were coin 57 cents worth of silver into a tions tendered him along this make that dollar equal to thoso given our most popular silver dollar, and leaders In war times. It is worth 100 cents, it has the same right military wonderful popularity with M -- cKinley's to innko 57 cents worth of wheat into of his fellow ditizens that a sack of flour and then make the the masses has won for him his recent victory sack of Hour worth $1.00. over the political machines of tho Wi: arc informed that a prominent party, that for years have dominated McKinley is n man Democrat withdrew his membership its conventions. from his church because the choir of the people. The people will elect him triumphantly. sang "On the Happy Golden Shore.' How will this gentleman manage .M'lilnlej SoiiimI .Wimrjr mill I'rolfc-lliiwhen he dies? He cannot go to heavMajor McKinley, of Ohio, is one of en because of the Gold Paved Streets of the New Jerusalem. He cau, how- the pin est and ablest men in American ever, go to Hades and spend eternity public life. He won his way forward in Congress by mastering the tariff in a lake of molien silver. question, nnd h was recognized as a LayLvii aside every thing that has master of that prominent and leading been said of M. A- Hanna, manager subject before lie was made Chairman of William McKinley's campaigu for of the Committee on Ways and Means. the Presidential nomination, the fact He has been admirable in nil the relaremains that he is a man ot iron tions of life and has shown himself a bold nnd trustworthy under all condinerve, of wonderful resources, judge of human characters, clear tions. He has always been in favor of giving silver all possible chance, Headed, possessing wonderful and has abundautly proven but has been, and is, unflinching in all our currency up to that he is a fine Italian hand, guided maintaining the gold standard. He will be nomiby a master mind. nated at St. Louis on a gold standard We have repeatedly asked some of plntlorm. and he will be elected, and our friends to favor us with a remit he will allow no hill to become law, in tauce on their subscription, and some while he is President, which will of our while others nny way lower the standard have responded nobly money. The free trade p.ipers which have failed utterly to pay nny heed pretuid to be lor sound money, but We are need to our call whatever. which care more for free ttade than ing it very badly at presant nnd you they do for sound money, are helping will not only be doing us a favor by the cause ol free silver and trying to sending it in at once, but will be helpsiuootn their way into the free silver ing to sustain a Republican paper iu camp by assailing McKinley's views. Ohio county. Let our friends rally The public understands their game to the support of the paper. and will discount it. The freetraders have to stick by their party for busiHon. C. M. Brown, of Hopkins- ness reasons, and will swatlow free ville, writes a letter to the Banner in silver because they want free trade, which be calls on Republicans of the and want an excuse for sticking to Second District to rally to the sup- their patty with any platform that port of Hon. E. T. Franks. Mr. can be adopted at St. Louis. Franks won his nomination honestly; Intelligent Democratic voters who he i3a good Republican, an excellent are for sound money will not be misyoung man and is entitled to the solled by the business interests of Demoid and enthusiastic support of Repub cratic newspapers, and will vote for McKinley on a sound money platform, licans. It might be well for Republicans to understand that it will re- notwithstanding the fact that he is Commercial. quire a solid party iu this State to for protection. keep it Republican. Every RepubI uproper and deficient care of the lican therefore should support the scalp will cause grayness of the hair nominee. Kscape both by the and baldness. use of that reliable specific, Hall's CilAiiiM an Fairbanks, ot the Ret Hair Renewer. publican National Convention, made A Vrer Slltcr .Mini. the following expressions in his openThe following is a fair sample of ing speech which were loudly apthe talk of some of our Free Silver plauded: friends: "The Monroe doctrine must be "I have no doubt. ' said Gov. Bradfirmly upheld and the powers of the ley last night, to a Commercial reporearth made to respect this great and ter, "that many ol the free silverites unwritten law. are misled by the phrase of sixteen to "There can be uo further territorial one, and belitve that every man who aggrandizements by foreign Govern- has one gold dollar will get sixteen ments on the Western continent. silver dollars when the free silver side "Tho Republican party believes iu wins the day. Why down in my the development of our navy nt.tl county is an old friend of mine named merchant marine until we establish Maj Anderson, who came to me in our undisputed supremacy upon the the last campaign and said: "Col Bradley, I wish I could vote for you high seas. "The struggles for human liberty in this election, for I have voted enlists the sympathies of the Republic- against you all my life and I would an party; a party that gave to liberty personally like to .see you Govenor, 011 the Western continent it 3 fullest and I would vote for ou with pleasure but they tell me that you are a meaning. vote for a gold I "We wish to see a new Republic gold bug, and can't bug." born on the Cuban soil. The voice " 'Well, Major,' said I, 'I am sorry of the Democratic party is for free you are not to vote the right way lor trade and free silver against honest once in your life and get forgiveness money and protective tarifl. In the for your pist sins ' words of a distinguished Republican, " 'Colonel,' said he, '1 am told that the desire of tho American people is when free silver wins the day they for an honest currency and n chance will go through the country with to earn it by honest toil. wagon loads ol silver and distribute to everybody.' i; The Springfield one " You don't believe that, Major?' I of tht leading Democratic papers of said. the Fourth District, sees defeat star" 'Oh, yes I do,' he replied, 'and I ing the Democratic party in the face can't vote for jou,' iu this district, and came nut last week " 'Well, Major,' I answered, 'if I with the following editorial: believed that, I would vote for silver, Hon W. W. Sweeney, of our conn-ty- , too.' " 1 as announced hi nisei I as a canIIIIMM, didate for the nomination for Congress from the Fourth Congressional Kev. Richardson filled bis regular District Mr Sweeney it an out and appointment hereSundayand Sunday out iG to "i free silver Democrat nnd We still have a good Sunday will make his raceonthat line. There nijiht, School every Sunday morning at will doubtless beotherlree silver men from the district in the contest for We hope more will attend next Sunthe nomination and the fight prom- day ises to be a lively one. Personally Our most excellent tchool will and politically Mr Sweeney is popu clobe Friday. lar in this county and others in the Mr. and Mrs, Bob Ragland and lit district, is a man ol strong convictions and would pchapsmake a strong tie son, John, livausville, are visiting race against the prc-en- t incumbent, in town. Mr. Lewis, as any Democrat We Misses Arosa and Cora Stevens, are inclined, however, to believe that Mr. Lewis has won a place in the np. Philips, visited the Misses Allen last pteciation of the voteis of this dis- week, returning Saturday evening, trict that will make him almost accompanied by Miss Ultima Allen. invincible against any Democratic Prot. larnagin and wife visited her nominee, however strong," mother, Mrs Taylor, near Ilotton, If this men in anything it nitutis Saturday and Sunday. that the upper end of the Dutrict is Mr. Charlie Childs, Kjhols, visited solid for Mr. Lewis, His record is his parents Sunday. is clean, his work iu Cmigres is comMrs, Myers and Mrs. White, counmendable, and bis friends thn ugh-otry, visited Mrs. St. Clair Tuesday tho District are nuuieioiis. nl-Whenever you seo Democratic news nnd Mr. and Mrs. dross Williams paper prophes)ing tho election ol a two little fcons, Hnrtford, visited Mr. Republican you may rely on his elec- W. P. Thomas and family Tuesday, Mahy, Ohio county will givo Mr. tion, Lewis miijoriiy from 4OO to 500. Sonic people ate constantly troubHis eilorlH 111 beliull of our River has led with pimples and boils, especially endeared him to our peoplo about the lace and neck. The best His work has strongly than over. remedy is a through course of Ayer's been entirely satisfactory, and num- Sarsapuilln, which ex pel Is all humors ber of good Democrats around Hartthrough the proper channels, and so makes the skin become solt, heal ford will no doubt vole for him. thy, nnd lau, Tin; remarkable race made by Cmiri llun-- o lliirnril. Mnj McKinley agilmt the combined Couit House nt The handsome powers ol Quay mill l'lult, am! other Leitchfield was destroyed by file and nil astute politicians, has Mint with won- Tuesday nlsht The loss the iccords Mils heavwrre destroyed Thtty ily on (Stavsoii county. The origin der our Democratic friends. At thU luto of the fue is unknown. chii not account fur it. we proilict hl n. ol, Xews-Leadeut ht. 11 11 LaRUE COUNTY. From present Indications prospects brighter for n candidate than they ate for Lewis. In last r, week's Issue of the Springfield n Democratic paper, the editor presents the name of a Mr. Sweeney lor theDemocraticnomination lor Congress from this district, but says plainly that he believes that Mr. Lewis has so endeared himself in the hearts of the voters of this district that he is simply invincible. Republicans and Democrats nny make what they may out of the statement, but it is certainly a plain case of the throwing up the sponge, giving up the ghost, to us. When a , Democratic newspaper gives vent to such remarks as that at this stage of i the game there is no room lor doubt left. No doubt the editor sees that its mere folly to uphold any one run- - , ning against Mr.Lewis.nndhe should , have credit for his frankness In this matter. The people well know that Mr. Lewis has endeared himself to them. , They well know that he has stood, first, last and ll and stands the time for them. The Fouith Dis- - , ttict never had a better mail, a man who has been touud at his post any more than he. Will you leave asuic thing lor a chance? You cannot, however hard you may try, do any . . better, but you cau do worse. David Smith, ot this county, will doubtless sacrifice himsell on tho alHe will be the tar of Democracy. nominee; the Democrats will see that he gets the nomination, the Republicans will see that he gets uo further. Ifit.s defeat he is looking for he can get it no quicker than by allowing his name to be placed along-sid- e He is awaieof that ol Mr. Lewis the fact that he hasn't got a "walkover" and as electiou day dtaws near his chances are being converted into in such as that historic old .snow-bi- ll hades. Lewis will lead for "the right shall prevail." Go to the poll, do as only a man should do, and it will be a question of "O, Dave, where is thy victory?" The Democrats are pulling for the Populist vote with might and main. Behind their backs they enjoy many a joke at the Populists expense and when with them the way they honey But when them up is a caution. Abraham Lincoln said: "You can fool all of the people sometime, and some of the people all the time, but you can't fool all ol the people all the time," he must have had reference to As the Democrats and Populists the ballot boxes will show this fall they havn't fooled all of them. Of course, this doesn't refer to the fooling of Silas Peton, Dem and God only knows what next. He will find something to fit him some "Everything comes to him time. who waits." No need in saying a word In this letter in regard to the Presidential race. That's settled. F.ven the most skeptical Democrat will agree that what the Republicans wfll do to them will be a "sufficient sufficiency." were never News-LeadeNews-Leader's I y, Pop.-Dem. abscesses, bolls, scrofful ula 01- - salt rheum, nro painful proof ot thp fact. It Is wisdom now, or whenever then) is any Indication of It Is often dllllcult fo convluco people their blood Is Impure, until dread- Boils fTcTrnifcirer ffcirnifarell Impure blood, to tako Hood's Sarsupurllla, and prevent such eruptions anil suffering. "I had dreadful csrbunclo abseess, red, flery, llerco and sore. Tbo doctor attended mo over seven nkUs. When tho abscess broke, t lis pains were terrible, and I thought I should not live through It. I beard and read so much about Hood's Sarsiparlllu, that I decided to take It, and tuy husband, who was suffering with bolts, took It also. It soon purMed our f CAI.B3ED built me up and restored my health so that, although the doctor said I would not bo able to work bard, I have since done the work tor U0 people. Hood'aBar-aaparill- a cured my husband ol tho bolls, ad we regard It a wonderful medicine?' Latimer, Kannw. An A. Ubs. Blood HiMNIiWSLY r- Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One Trut Mood Purifier. All itruggUli. It eure liter Ills, ens) In take, . .'Scents tu nOOU S KillS When it niiixeil that cur Fnrnitiiie Moid irniig belter than the which iuily iniiina tlmt ur Furniture w nh ve the average, and that means n gocd ileal too, uoifadins wl ru the quality 1 I'liiniture averages better. in buying Furiiituie do one or two tlilrp liibir ton buy anything. Make up our miiiit how much ui wind to ipi nd m i, no what we can cive yuu for that amount, or rite make up v ur n.ii.tl nlnt pi ado of Furniture A wayi the lowest uu you want and con pare (tir price with tint oil u Ht Ann Street, inc grade of Fuinilnie, ul 11 iSD-l.'rrHri n 115 12i Owcusboro, Ivy. 11 mhcdmki h v v w w wwi tnar Mum A: ntn Wmwn mom Succrefor to Martin u,n HARD TiNS BURG. Rev Geo. II. Hays nnd wile, ot Owcnsbori), nre visttiug friends mid relatives in town this week. Little Nnbella the infant dnit Miter ol Mr am Mrs C. 12 Haswell ln quite ill for a week past, but at this writing U some what belter, with prospects of entire recovery. Miss Allen, ot Hawesvide is the cucst cf Mrs. K. K Pate Rev. Aden a Uaptist Missionary Mttiister Irani Dra.ll was the guest ol Miss Litlie Scott Sunday and Monday. Miss UvaHeston liasreturr-edhomfront an extended and pleasatit visit to Miss Jakie Owen at Glendeane There were 40 applicants for cates to teach school attheexamina-tiolast week. Ot this number 4 received first class certificates, and 20 received either Second or third class, sixteen failed to obtain a certificate. Mr. James Kincheloe mT'c a pilb-e n . I J Mr. O Beard, of Louisville, formerly of Hatdinsburg, and Miss St. Louis, June 16. The fallowing Stella Scott of this place, will be is the financial plank adopted by the married June 30th at the Baptist Church. Mr. Eeird is a promirent on Resolutions young business man, holding a good ' 'The lesolve to recommend to the Com- position with W. U. Belknap & Co, ol mittee on Resolutions the following Louisville, and Miss Scott is the popular daughter of Maj Horace Scott a financial plank: "The Republican party is unreser- leading merchant here. vedly for sound money. It caused The young people of this city met the enactment ol the law providing at the City Hall last week and organ foj the resumption ol specie payments i.ed a club, the object of which is to in 1879. Since then F.very Dollar bring out the talent ol our young has been as good as gold. people in a musical ind literary way. "We are unalterable opposed to ev- It is thought by some that we have ery measure calculated to debase our so. ne good musicians in our tuid.--t, currency or impair the ciedit of our and that they are capable of entertaia-incountry. We are, therefore, opposed the people. The club will hold to the lree coinage ot silver, except by weekly meetingsand will give monthinternational agreement with the ly entertainments, at which n small leading commercial nations of the entrance fee will be charged, the pro world, and until such agreement can ceeds of which will be used for purchasing or renting a piano. be obtained, the existing gold standard must be preserved. All our silLast week n troup, ol Cloverpoit ver and paper currency now in circu- young people asf!teil by Ml'.s Audi lation must be maintained at parity iti OweuMioro, nnd Mr Janus n. with gold and we favor all ineasurs Pace, ol I.ouisvil c, gave n u.micid designed to maintain inviolable the and City at ait inttrtaiuui'-n- t obligations of the United States, and Hall The proceeds ol theiiflair weic all our money, whether coin or paper, turned ov-- r to the Pfsln t'rho at the present standard, the standard Chinch nt Clovei port which is now beof the most enlightened mtionsot the ing built The exerci.-e-s consisted ol earth " vocal and instrumenal music and tabSenator Teller offered a lree ollver leaux Muss L'ifayclte La Heist and, resolution as a substitute, which was Miss'Auderson were the attractions voted down. Miss La Heist is a of the evening, This will go to the full committee vocalist of more than local reputation to morrow. and she was enthusiastically encored Miss Anderson isn by the audience. MAUXS. Mr. F.lUha Thompson died near violinist and completely captured the She was encored every Whltesville last Thursday ol that audience. dreaded disease consumption and was time she appeared on the sUge. buried In the Catholic burying ground Children's Day was celebrated at Saturday. He was hardly grown and the M. K. Church last Sunday. The so far ns we can learn was welt liked exercises were n success In every parby nil who knew him The children and young ticular. Mr, Sylvester Powers and Miss people executed their various parts Dova Mldkiff were quWtly married at in the program without n fault. The the home of the bride s lather, Mr. little children especially did well nnd Hen Midkiff. last Sunday nt A p nt. teemed to be interested In the proWe ceedings ns much as the older people. in the presence 01 a lew friends cheerfully extend our congratulations The chuiclt was beautifully decorated nnd wish them a happy life, with potted and cutflowers and cedar I had the pleasure ol vis ting Prof. rope The church was filled to overJarnagln's school laet week nt Roslne flow and many wcic iu the yatd. nnd was pleased to find a friend getRontN IIoou. ting along so nicely. Proi. Jarnagln 'GlLMONlIlXI)." grimage to Glendtan last Sunday. There is a nngnet in that portion of the country that has and inestable attraction for James. Young Attorneys of this p'ace took to the woods last week and will do the same thing this week for the purpose of attending Migistrate Courts The revenues derived from these courts arc not large, but there is much fun ant) some honor and glory iu attending them. The marriage of Mrs Blanche Mosely, of this place, nnd Mr. Will Reed, of Hodgensville, is announced tor June 23rd. Reresnt- $11-5- CARSON & CO. ll.oO 0 CAN'T Offered for lne I'liilli.riii. Best Bedroom Suit Ever $11 M Bed, - Wash-stan- d i- g0 and Dresser NiCE BEVEL PLATE GLASS- - m As ABSOLUTELY regai. s size, durability. Tlimdrods of HOUSE similar bnrgains at the FURNITURE IS. S. V g LOHILLE OLF, $11.50 112 West Main Street, Cweiikboro. $11.50' WOOL. WOOL. R tl-- -- i i This Is tlio lcit marltct ami mm Is thn but liouo to tlilp to. Wo make lllxsnl ad- vanec on uwiigiimunu. wfiuca ho navu ueiier jiu'i.iue mull mner nomca in naving maujr larjo fscturle to supplr. Wu gn you tlio top prlca and pay spot cash 1 uot Iu trade. No trurdluf asents. Ship all your wool ami farm produca direct to HERNDON-CARTE- UO Third Stroot. or 313 to 310 Uurrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. 3B Bicycles! AVc Bicycles! - ! have cut the prices on our Entire line Of WheelsOurTIPTOP Wheels Nupoleori,' to deduced Victor, Barnes, Monarchs, Overlands. $50.00. tor WBITE FOR CATALOGUE" And Special Cash Discount, as we will savo you money. a beyond a doubt Is nil excellent teach Niirr lo Mill. er, ns his works show, nnd I like his The people rccoinli!eBiidapfecl.ite method of teaching better than that real merit. That is why Hood's of any other teacher whom I have has the largest salts in the visited. medicine means the Miss Kuiuia Allen, of Hosiue, Is world. Mttlt in power to cure. Hood's Sarsapatilla visiting Miss Ausora Storms this cutes absolutely, pernnnently cures, week, Mrs, Annie Moorman returned It s the One True illood Purifier. Its superior uietlt Is an establh lied fact, from Hancock last Sunday, had been vlbltlng Irletuis and rtla. mid merit wins. ZKAt.or tiveo. Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy Cure indigestion, head to operate. ache, wlu-rosli- Bicycle Sundries At " foe Bottom Sz, j: j?rigas i liopniring done on short notico," Children Cry for Pitcher' CottorJ ZEEEill No. HI. Mam St. Owonsboro, Ky, Stsitloir L iX, Juno Bargains at tho your is near at hand now when wu must gel rid of our summer goods. Many ot our JAill Goods arc bought and will soon begin to crowd in on ns, owing to this fact wc arc compelled to make prices Hint will move our stock. The Only One To Stand the Test. ltfV. William Cnpp, whoso father ili.Hlciaii for over llfty jimih, in New .IiMMcj, ami who lilniKcIf "prut miiiiv ji'.im preparing for tho )r.U't!co of medicine, lint subif qiHMitly I'liti'inl Mm ministry of thu M. V.. (.lunch, iitci: "I am ulml to testify tlmt J lmc hail umiljedull tho H.trMiip.irillii preprint, win u The Rouson o( -- tlnni Know II III till) tunic, Imt jjifit&ijus of 5GTWl AYER'S Is tho only ono of tliPin that I coiilit rt'coiii moiiil as :i i Handsonic styles for waists; cutprices,25c. Dresden silks worth per yard, cut price 7l)c. Taffeta silks, cut price 49c. China silks, all shades, cut prices 40c. Black FAIR Hi THE silks, cut prices 49c to 98c. Entire line Sarsaparilla When In doubt, ask for Ayor's Pills of 50c woolen dress goods cut to J39e. The above are the lowest prices cvcrfuKUKu a it. ic. thu: rtiu.i: made on same quality an inspection apWIJST UOUND. Past Mail 7:16 u. til. preciated. Accommodation :4.t ii. in. ONLY WORLD'S Riven away hundreds of liottles of It, us I consider It the Hafest us well its thu lie.st to ho hail." Wm. Coit, l'.istnrJI.K. Church, .Jackson, Minn. s - Park, Jr., with his accomplished night. choir, furnished excellent music The great big hentted Washlugtonlatis Tho Kickapoo Show last night was had baskets filled with good things excellent. aud everybody faired sumptuously. We want your leathers The Superintendent, J. A. Park, is a natural bom lender and his Sunday CAitsosf & Co. Double Concert toi'iuorrow night. School at that place is said to be one ot the best in the county. Admission 10c. The collection was unusually large. Mr. W. R. Jones, Foidsvllle, was Kxercifcs closed at 4 o'clock p. m. ill town yestetday. and people begntt leaving the ground Hon. R, P, Hockcr, Beaver Dam, everyone feeling that the day had been one ol ei joy inent. was in town yesterday. The attention of the proper author Mr. W. S. Samuels, ol Westerfield, ity is called to the condition ol k was in town Wednesday. Ccnutcty. It has been allowed Mr. Oscar Liles died at his home to grow up in weeds, briers, &c , unnear Rosine Wednesday. til it now icsembles an old thrown A lot of slippers to close at $1,25 out field mote than it does n graveworth $2 at Carson & Co's. yard. Wc hope this will be attended Coroner L. W. Hunt, Sulphur to without delay. Whose business 13 it? Citizens, wake up and see about Springs, was in town yesterday. this. Mr. and Mrs. Jtio. M. Bishop, Kickapoo Concert O.ik-woo- Kickapoo Show. BEAVER Rev DAM. Awarded Highest Honors-Wo- Tuck filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Miss Mabel Sweatte who has been visiting in town returned to her home in Rochester Sunday. Miss Mary Dent returned to her home in Leitchfictd last week alter a two weeks visit with friends here. Miss Hatlie Sklilern, Calhoun, who has been visiting Miss Anna McKen-ne- y for many days went to Hartford last Saturday to visit her aunt Mrs. Dr. Coleman, Misses Atlye, Nell and Marie Austin spent Tuesday in Hartlord with Mr. Henry Carson nnd wile. Dr. W. T, McKenney is away on his regular monthly trip in Butler am BANNG POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. JIMIII rld' Fair. A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adultennt. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. county. were in town yesterday. Alotot Slippers Ask to see them. to close at 50c. Cahso.v& Co. n, Miss IJriuL' Swain, South Carroll-tovislttd Mrs. IJ.P.eal last week. Dr. Alva Jones has gone to Southwestern Missouii, where he will locate. Mrs Jas. M. namett and childirn, Owtnsboro, ate visiting the family ol Mrs. Cartie Williams. . Granada Uatiste 12k', cut price 10c. Accommodation .... ($( t Way Freight Primrose dimity 1 2 i c, cut price loo. Acciiiiimodalion 1:29)). in. 7:30 p D'Alsoce 12ic, cut price l()c. Lu Past Mail IlAltMIN MiainiCK', Agt. Jenne organdies 12 ic, cut price 10c. Also full line Ducks, Percals, Marseille, Pique, New Neckwear at Caison & Co's. I .in mi Unt.isfn., Tirjiss cloth, nil ill redncnd' See Pield & Ilolbrook's now ling- gjM KASr-llOUNI). Summer Wash Goods. Jac-one- Way I'reight Accoiiimodatiun . . New Oilcans Limited ... . . . . 1 . , . 3:35 P- ". 8:18 p. m. 11:22 p. in. Cincinnati Limited Mr. and Mrs I). M. Hockernrent Sulphur Springs this week visiting Ineiids nnd lelatives The Kickapoo Snow will be here 4:33 n. m. next week. Put all your children in n. in. a wagon and come in to see it. a. 111. 111. These are things that we never refuse to buy: ginseng, feathers, hams, bacon, chickens and eggs. Causon St Co. There have been some much needed improvtmentR going on in Hartford this week in the way of fixing up the streets. Miss Atltye, Nell and Marie Austin, Reaver Dam, spent Tuesday in Hailford the guest ot Mrs. Henry Cnr.son. We have a small lot of Tan Oxfords worth f.2 25 which we will close at $1 50. Sizes 3 to 7, good Stock. Carson & Co. V. Wayne GiilCn & Bro. have just received u steamboat load of flour. This makes the second load for them -- -- -- . . prices. I New laces and embroideries at son & Co's. Westei field & Ashley cent per pound. Remember nullingtou yon a good easy slnve sell Car- - Ice at I Our celebrated line of Priesmeyers, we will close at cut prices. $1.25slippcr for $1, for $1.50 for $1.35, $2 slipper S1.G9, $-M- will give ) '.. call Wayne Urillut & liro. .sell salt firtt-class at (. 15 per liatrel Por a 011 S2.25. n- - the best made. We iniu ivi ti rwwl VW irrwuK These S3"""" jirn gj.l.H.WlV in t Kc.iptror Mower, 1'ield & llolbrook i rfci are under obligations to no one; buy where wc please, and thus enable to pick Try us up many bargains for our trade. and wc will prove that wc are Leaders in styles, quality and low prices. riarlford Sample of fmshion. A BY BUYINQ for CASH We are constantly receiving new Cahso.n & Co. goods. II new, this j ear. Mis. J. D. Render, Morgantown, and Mrs. CIde Jackson, Prentis, weie the guests of their fister, Mis. IJ. P. Neal, last Saturday. j on will find it in Tin; otherwise it nevtr happen- ed. Dr. J. R. I'irtle is in Louisville this week attending the State Dental As- sociation. W. M. Johnson, a colored minister of liayli, died last Friday Rev. night. Miss Il.illic Sklilern, of C.ilhoon, is the guest ot friends and lelatives in Hartford. Messrs. W. T. Keowu and Jas. Cooper, Fordsville, mm in town Wednesday. Mrs. M. I., lle.wrui spent the first part ol the week with relatives m Iouis villc. Mr. Ucu I). Riugo and Mr. Roamu llolbrook have traded houses aud lots in Hartford Mason Fruit Jars for sale by V. Wayne Gnflin & Ilro. Ji.oo and $1.25 per do.en. on can get TltH and Louisville Commercial for $1.25 per year. Remember rETaJLrr: Bros. - c5s Co. mm Bicycles If l M Sieyeles Are ood The Kickapoo Medicine Co. has bien in town this week and our people have been royally entertained. Be on hand night. Attorney A. Jones will go to Fords-vill- e to day to attend to some business lor County Attorney Neal, who is compelled to be at Prentis. Miss Annie Petty has returned to her home at Fordsville. She was acs companitilby Miss Mabelle Hocker who will spend a few days with her. By request ot a large number of the people of Haitlord Dr. J S. Coleman will preach at the Baptist Church the 4th Sunday morning in this month. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Griffin gave a birthday paity to their s)n, Master Charley, Tuesday evening. A large number of little folks enjoyed the occasion. Miss Lettie Mmks gave quite an enjoyable dance at her home last Friday evening. A large number were in attendance and a pleasant time was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. J.K Fogleand daughter, Miss Annie, and son, Mack, lelt Wednesday (or Middleburg, Ky., to visit .Mr. Fore's father. They will be gone about three weeks. and Prices - BIGHT Kicyclc repairng of all kinds done promptly v of Reulrow ,;'V 1' DELKEH CYCLE MF'G CSMPM1 DESIST. Mr. Yirge Rcxlrow, of the mill firm S: Dean, Hines Mill, was in town Wednesday. 209 Allen Street, & Rev. Jo.' U. Rogers in in Ilnvling Green this week attending the General Baptist Association. M$ OT7V3E!3XrS:OOaFl.O New shoes at Carson & Co's. Get your lee from Ashley. Wcaterfield &t We are needing some money now, what about that Mibscriptiou? i. . ua -- NOT LONG ton lr She Susiness But lone enough to know that there re some people I am pleasing with my goods mid prices, because) they continue to trade with me, QUALITY , nqpnm -- And Prices Are two ot the most impottaut points I to consider in buying anything. nuke them my specialty in Groceries. MY METHOD OF HP Doing Susiness Is to buy the best, tell the best, and recommend the best. It Is this method that has brought to my store a permanent, desirable pattonage. ghere are Jimes When You Qan--" Lay up a Cent, But you can always fcave money by buying your Groceries ol -' , rfef5 ir L B STEVENS. jij 1 - Bring your Hams to us Caiison&Co. Westerfield & Get your Ice from Ashley. New percals niid jaclcnetts & go's. at Car-so- n You ought to be taking Tim if you are not. N Miss Sallie Coleman has finished Field & llolbrook have the very best buggies in the niaiket. Give her sehool at Ivlizabethtown and will visit friends and relatives at Millthem a call before you buy Call on I3ullingtou, the barber. wood, Imlsville and Frankfort and Foit Sam;. At a bargain a SchoU will nrnve home about July Wc want your "Sang" at Carson & 15th. arship in the Lexington Busiuess Co's. Notice the "ad" of Delker's in this College. Apply at this office. issue. The Owensboro Pure crab cider for sale by P. W. merchants Prof. C. M. Ctowe and Dr. It. W Pirtle, Hartford, Ky. 22 6111 fully recognize the value of Tim RiN Ford have been the week runucAN as an adveitising medium, We want your chicken, ginseng, near Hcflin hunting and fishing. hence they place their "ads" with feathers and hams. Caiison& Co. Sheriff C. P. Ucjwii and Hon. C. us. You can find anything you need at M. Harnett arc attending the ConvenMr. A. W. Taylor died nt his home Carson & Co's. tion at St. Louis this week. near Prentis Tuesday evening of conIce delivered every morning by We will deliver cieain in any ipian-tit- sumption. He was about 6.) years ot Westerfield & Ashley. ay or night. ngeaud was a prosperous farmer. He 7. Waynk Giui'i'i.v & Duo. was n cousistaut member ol the BapMr. and Mrs. lien I). Riugo are in Our Job Department has been tist Church. This makes two deaths Howling Green this week. crowded this week, hut remember we in the family inside of two days. J nre ready to serve you on short no The lollowiiig named persons have """Jr tice. paid their subsciiptlon to Tin: There were C2 applicants for teach-e- is siuce our last issue. The certificates at the last examination list is Miiall this week, but it is to be s and only one teacher seemed a hoped that it will be larger next certificate. S, II Bishop, Render; Jas, week: W, II. Newcoinb, darting, cutting pains are terKxtenslve preparations have been Hudson, llattfoid; are hardly sick made for a ginud bi rbecue at Narrows Beda, Luther Rogers, Select. rible. You enough to keep In bed, yet t on the 27th of this month. The Mr. Melvln Taylordied at his home you are unable to go to work. managers h ive gone to a large ex- near Prentis last Monday night, after It is severe suffering in every pense prepuing for the occasion n ml a lingering illness. He wjs one of the best citizens of the county, a place and all the time. This it promises to be n nice affair. kind indulgent father, a good neighIt Is chiefly Is Neuralgia. Work has been resumed on the bor and a christian gentleman. He caused by malnutrition, overRough River Locks Only n few leaves a laige circle of friends aud work and nervous exhaustion. hands will be on the job until the relatives to mourn his loss. of Cod-liv- er first ol July when n large force will Scott's Emulsjon Prof O, M Shult has been employOil, with Hypophos-phlte- s, be put to woik aud the Locks will be pushed to an early complttlon. ed as Vice President of West Kenfeeds the exhausted tissues and strengthens the Hartford will be nt the head of navi- tucky College nt South Carrollton Opium and similar gation nnd will receive n very low and will take ciiare of his new ponerves. freight rate sition at the beginniug ot the fall drugs may quiet pain school. Prof. Shultz is well and falll Vll r. only to have it return again, Mr, Joe 1). Vickers, rising young vorably known as an educator ot unwealcen. for these drugs a( lf ll ii'tt A W. ,1... frnrllnr.1 l1.1.1, itl.ml.Ail usual ability and will be a valuable piti (UTIJVt Scott's Emulsion permanently his many IMk Wllll.Wl.t wefk by getting addition to the College. frienfs last and married in Rockpoit, Ind , to MIfs cures because it feeds ciillilrcn'N 11. I strengthens. Willie P. Walker, ol Oesboro. Mr. The Childrrn's Day exercises at Scoffs EMULSION hit ton nJoruJ tU , Vickers left here oitetisibl to go to Washington last Sunday was a decidan (lmrM mt lull troflliiotvrlutHlj or.) 7 Fotdsville, At this wilting the ed success. The great congregation, iit"Milii ttvnnptluu-lwtymorm --jiuum (MMfi .ww. ' young people have not Oil J HjHf""1'" . rtturnel j the different Sunday Schools renderPut lit it 10 ii'l J 9 00 $l(": ? ed pieces with much efficiency. ny h wuft It mrliur (tui fr Mffur M. , llartloid. Jo y f " first-clas- to-da- y, llT-Mal- I ,.t. 1 r "" Mr. Thomas Viuice died Sunday Mrs. L. B and John Bean, Haitlord, night alter much tuflcting lor five were in town Monday afternoon. Mr. H 15. Brown, Rochester, spent weeks. J. II. Mollis lias lost his voice. Saturday and Sunday in town. Mrs. Dolly Monis is on tte sick Mrs. R P. Hocker, daughter, Miss list. Virgie, and son, Harvey spent MonA large crowd ol our young folks day in Haitlord with the family of attended Chltdien's Day exercises at Mr. D.M. Hocker. Washington Sunday. Miss Omn Barnes spent Tuesday Misses Nettie and May Rogers vis night in the country with her parents. ited here Monday. Misses Anna McKenney, Hallle on the Sun shine gets Sklilern, Virgie Hocker, Beula Coots, Plow Boy. Mabel Sweatte, Maude and Gertie m9 & CO. Monroe and Attye Austin, Messrs. CllibhliiK llnlr. E. D. Tilford, Harry Monroe, C. D. We will send The RErunLiCANand N. N.Triiiicrriir I'lrnlr. The most enjoyable occasion of the Chick, Harry Waddle, Theo. Sowders, either of the following named papers season will be the Sunday School Tim and C. P. Austin nnd C. W, Par- lor one year for the amount opposite Look over the list and Temperance Picnic nt Alexander rot spent n pleasant day picnicing at each name. see what you need and give us a call: Schoothousc on the 41I1 of July. Let Highview last Friday. Miss Sade Austin has been in Daily aud Sun. Courier-Journa- l $8.25 every friend of temperance and every Louisville this week to have her eyes " without Sunday " . . . 6 25 one who loves his couutry and his y 1 75 treated, home come. Celebrated Temperance J 75 Mr. A. D. Taylor and family have Weekly CourierJournal . . oratora wilt be present and make ad125 dresses. Kvery Sunday School in been in the country for several days Louisville Commercial . . I S the county is solicited to participate at the home of his father Mr. Melvln N. Y. Tribune . 165 in this temperance meeting. Come Taylor who died last Monday at his N.Y. World 1 40 Chicago Inter Ocean one aud all aud bring your lunches. home near Prentis. 1 25 Little Misses Nell and Marie Austin Home & Farm F.xeicises beginning at 9:30 a. in., returned last Saturday night from a We would be glad to send you any closes at 4 p. m. W. J. Cain, weeks visit to Col. Dent's daughters of the above named papers. This Ch'm'n Com. on Ar'm't. in Leltchfield. offer is good for new subscribers and Taken in time Hood's Sarsaparilla Misses Mabelle, Vienna and EJla old ones who pay one year in advance prevents serious illness by keeping Sowders are in St.Louis this week. the blood pure and all the organs in a Mr. E. P. Barnes retutned Tuesday 100 PICTURES healthy condition OP THE evening lrom a trip to St. Louis. Miss Noka Waddle returned Satnr-da- y GREAT ST. LOUIS CYCLONE (Joml 'nl IfirNnlf. to her home in Morgantown. I am now tunning the Amos Miller IN WHICH Coal Bank, 2', miles South of HartAttyb. 250 LIVES WERE LOST, AND ford, on the Hartford nnd Cernlvo road, $20,000,000,00 OF PROPERTY Get a glass of cream soda with and am prepared to furnish coal for DESTROYED. crushed fruits at Griffin's Drug Store. all who may want it. These views are all taken from acThe bank is tual photograph, and show more now in good tunning order and I am Bucklen's ArnlcaSalvo. The Best Sai,ve in the world for plainly than in any other way the tergetting out the very best coal. All wagons for coal ate filled promptly, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt rible destitution left on the track of as I keep a large lot just ready to Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap- the storm. It is in book form, prinload. Instruct your driver to get his ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all ted on fine paper, so as to be easily coal from me and you will get good Skin Eruptions, and positively cures preserved, and should be in the homes poal, good weight, and another thing Piles, or no pay required. It is guar- of all. It is not likely America will anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or ever again be visited by so disastrous you will be sine to call again. tuotey refunded. Price 25 cents per a Tnrtinrln hfnpf nrtltfll nllotopraDb.9 Yours truly, box. FOR SALE BY Williams & of the scenes will be a curiousity lor tf L. T. Foster. Bell. tf years to come, rooming imc iui 1'rrNoiml. Hruulon, III, or July, IHB6. a time. It contains pictures ofall the Frui: 64. page medical reference By agreement of the council ofad book to any person afilicted with any principal scenes, iukcu iuc special, chronic or delicate disease ministration of Green River Associaafter the storm, belore'the work of re- ThlStnaP Vifillrltnrr Vinil rrmiriltirprl. peculiar to their sex. Address the tion of Soldiers of the late nificent book will be sent by mail. leading physicians and surgeons of the United States, Dr. Hathaway & war for the suppression of the Rebel! - postpaid, on receipt 01 30 cenis in Flntl'f 1pt tllfann- el .Hin. n. cllir.P ion. Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Their annual reunion will be held poitunity pass of securing the only 43 trin the grove bordering on the R. R. complete ana auiueniic pnoiogiapua 'lav Colltclluii ."ollrc. of the Greatest Storm Ever Known to All persons who still owe their taxes tracks just back of the town of Rock- - Have Visited America. Address PUBLISHERS SUPPLY CO. in Hartford School District No. 1 port, Ky., about, 4 miles from the for the year 1895, are especially asked landing on the north bank ot the liv- 67 & 69 Emllie Building, St. Louis, to pay the same at once and thereby er on Saturday July 4th 1896. We pay ice per pound lor bams. All old comrades of the nth, 17, save the cost of levy, &c. Carson & Co. and 26 Ky., Inft., also the 3rd and T. J. Smith, Collector. 2t isth Ky., Cav., are expected to be E. W. Baghy, a prominent lawyei present and comrades, both Federal of Paducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's and Confederate who can come are PinclTar Honey cured his children of lick, we five her OutorU. Wttn Bby whooping cough when all things else most cordially invited to participate When h w a ChllJ, ba crtal tor CutorU. in celebrating.perpetuatlng the mem-o- f When tlia became 11 Iw, aba clung to CattorU, failed. It's new remedy for coughs. Guarantee by all dealers. For sale the glorious fourth to inspire the Whan, she had CJUrea tb gave thm OutorU. by Z Wayne Gnflin & Bro., druggist youths of our land with that love of and Rentrow Bros., Nanowsf Ky. country which will induce theui to For Half. maintain, unsullied that flag which On Monday July 6, 189G, I will oiChanp Kxcuralona. is known universally as the emblem ler for sale at the Court House door BEAVER DAM LOW RATES. of the freest and happiest people the iu Hartford, Ky,, at 1 o'clock p. in. Annual meeting Southern Whole- -' for school taxes due District No. 95, world has ever known. Ohio county, the Worrel Mountain All old soldiers will be supplied sale Grocers Association, Richmond, Coal Mines, '96, $19 60 for Jno. Kino, Treas. with dinner free of charge. Refresh-ment- s Va., June will be furnished at reasonable round trip, on sale June 23d, good 'I lie fw Itunil Miirhluri. till July 16 to return In regard to the new road machines rates save intoxicating liquors which Kentucky Educational Association will not be allowed to be sold within recently purchased by the county, at Newport, Ky., June 1896, Ksqr. Jont B. Wilson in a letter to the ground. Rates: Cheap rates by R. R, and (6,35 round trip, on sale June 22 and Judge Morton, says: 23d, good till June 27th. Will sell to "lam running my machine at a liver will be obtained. E. T. total cost of $6 50 per day. It is (the nth Ky Inft.; A. J. Gillette, either Cincinnati or Newport at tame com pie test success I have ever seen. 3rd Ky., Cav. j A. B. Satnley, 26th rates. It will do the work of 50 men every Ky., Inft.; T. W. Lee, 1.25 nth Ky.,Inlt; forTo Princeton, Ky., June 20,on $speday and do it better. The man who the round trip, good only was the most outspoken against it Capt. David Duncan, 17th Ky , Inft. cial train leaving Beaver Dam about Cot. R. E IIackbtt, Pres. says it is the grandest thing out." 8:25 on June 20th and returning on Ohio county needs better roads, special traiu leaving Princeton same A. J. GitXETTE, Sec'y, and since she has been equipped with day at midnight. new road machines and put in the Bvron used a great deal of Sixth annual Reunion United Conhands of such men as Hsqr. Wilson, but was very particular to federate Veterans association, RichKtqr. Graves and Rsqr. lull we will have only the best to be found in the mond, Va., June 30th, July 2, '96, soon see a decided improvement in for round trip, good till July market. Hair Vigor had $15.05 return. our roads. 6th to been obtainable then, doubtless be would have tested its merits, as so many distinguished and fashionable Seven Months With Wonderful HeeoTery of Health. people are doing now-- a days. Mr. IUlrd's rapid and marvelous recover from a mero skeleton to hi normal weight, Notice. 170 pounds, was eurclr the ullit tut ot the grandest atrength-glvlnand bulldlng-ia- j Cehau'o, Kv.,Juue 12. medicine over produced, nauielji Gents: Pleese call the announceDr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. ment in for the picnic ot F. & A. M. Mr. B. D. Jenkins, of Lithonia, Ga., at Rock port, Ky., June 24, 96, and ays that his daughter, Ida, inherited a place it iu your local that there will severe case of Kczema, which the usual mercury and potash remedies failed to be no picnic on June 24 owing to the relieve. Year by) ear she was treated gloomy weather till some day later with various medlciuei, external appli- which will be in papers again. cations and internal remedies, without Yours Truly, result. Her sufferings were intense, and her condition grew steadily worse. S. T. Williams, blood remedies did not All the M. F, Heruel, seem ic reucu iuc unG L. Everlv, case at all uutil S. Com. O T. Hines. S.S. was given, w lieu Louis Rogers au Improvement was at once noticed. GeoMMaddox The medicine was contiuuecd with favTli Way ta Ifrrpt Dp. orable results, and Ml Every man who wants to keep np now she it cured sound and well, her with the times and not be a back skin is perfectly number, should subscribe for a good clear aud pure and she has been saved city paper in order to get the general fmm wlmt threat news, the latest market report and ened to blight her life forever. editorial comments. He should not, J. If. DlIRD. S.S.S. (guaraHttfit purely vegetable) 'Oentlemen- -l wish to expreaa to yomns cures Kczeuia, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheu- however, exclude his county paper. gratitude fur the great good thai matism, or any other blood trouble. There is more inone issue of tbebome iltlu' Atnltu'has dona (or me. I wae takan sick with typhoid (ever and I laid It is a real blocd remedy and always paper in which a man is directly In bed for aeven months. After getting e cures even after all else fails. over the (ever I vu fcuiu. nervous ana tired, rested than he will find in a hall and did not regain my lost strength, I tried proprietary niedlclure, and Snsllv, hundred copies ol the city papers. It several aiuir iiaviriir iiiwn reduced In seniuk luiau pounds, I tuiirftn InlnvviMirJVinillu. and at records the births, publishes the maronce began to Improve. Was finally ittartii fyt i can say i never riages, and chronicles the deaths; rursu. anu touaylife, and weigh 270 ivi. pounds. In all my a tonic won't cure it. weight, notes all the news of the county, and This Is my normalheight." as I measure. books Our I (eet Hi Inches In on blood and tells you of happenings that you South Bend, Ind. J. II. BAIKP. diseases skin Dr. Mites' U.aold would never hear ofotherwlse. Tale guarantoo Nervinefirst bottleon a posttlra will benefit. mailed free to that the the city papers for general uews, but AlldruggUUaIIUatll,t bottles for to or any address. 'iyrrMnAeSMciyrate Swift Specific if you want the home news take your Co., Atlanta, home panels, Dr, Miles Nervine G. 500 Bushels Of Shucked corn (not shelled) will be taken in exchange for goods. Hockeu Semi-Weekle- Globe-Democr- thrice-aswee- k uv ; -- ni 11 Kin-nair- d, Eczema Fever. All Her Life. ft "1 , &t TIW x. in-t- A Real Blood Remedy. iiv-- sss R?,S BpPP igiiinai ' 21 ".! "T n . i t. .( : ' i General Directory. MEDICAL tor t lie trru coinage ut silver tic sixKragmjiarwnxyamirarasasT? teen to one or eight to one with gold, bIiico the lint of the pm eminent would If Ton win! tli tout tiptrt And iclrii(lflo trval STATR OKI'ICtAI.M Friday, Junk 19 tSofi. le ns omnipotent In the one ense ns In trifnt brthelcailltifrptitAlclamintl (nvcla.itoriLlf rntinlry. coniulH.nl fill, HATHAWAY A t'O . ? Clovprnor William O. Itindloy tho other. Uut gMng the history of; ii)Urn i., cmcm... 111. jui chroma hum ci Lieut. Governor V. .1. Worth-ingtoi?o.i. .. fiaJ'fl' &1 KiSv! AJ5 '?"". nj nan an"J n. lAr fl.i 1:111 icnu.v i.ji ?i. uinu .mi.- ' St.0'0."'1 11,1irejuru BILE'S BILL ...in iiiivafri. ui uvtrine hhi mi ..w I fir linlti editors iiiki aiiKnl. ni'u iicinifriit imo i ?,'1? 2 aemljiw for ttTWlitnm llltnk No. Nil 4mm Vllll'l(ll N0..1, Vmin iiunwa. M r r t ? ('baric 1'inlry. arim.j. SocretnrynfSlnlu vr i mentioned In tliu couiccof tils tiurrnthe met, a "V,,.(rr.of,,,fl,"',J1"1 tinaaclainfer- !""', iFliaranloa clrrn irnccrMarr The lnt Kentucky Attorney General W. S, Taylor. Vi'vJ. the roynl coin cllppcis who hnuvliihly cipaKO airiiitai iivrrriairo y nok for tnti anl wonipn u fca w Auditor ftitiiui'l H. Stono. debased the money of their subjects, lisr.ee to iU nshesrrtsctcii tlie who are vnictl with a&r AasiVv rVShV H form pf private .llnrau Treasurer Ooo. W. IjOiir. The Gov- just an the Hlheillco ptopoao to do with ; Attendance I.av. peculiar o their aoa, 'j ;? Commissioner of Atiriciilturo, Ilor female trouble!, iCC" ernor dhl not tUn the bill, 111 r did the nionctnry standard of tho United ml mampi lo par pauaee, to tlio tie. Hcnltwo-- uf IraJInx Spoclal-liStates. The governor, however, does Statistics Lucas nml tUulturo I'lijDlelani In llila counlrr. anl ho veto It; It therefore became a ht.e not go bnck quite far enough In tracing for Qnf;)r.to ami Dlt. HATHAWAY .V; CO.,111. Moore. without the signature ol the State's tho origin of flat money. We have tho 70 Dearborn SL, Chicago, Buporintcndcnt l'ulilio lnstructioii-G- o. As this law h n high nuthorlty of Ooethe, who deeply Chief Kxccutlvc M. DnvUon. nWrvntlon of Coatorfq with tha paUonago of Mr. Will Skillmau has had the sore new one, and applies to all people penetrated the nature of things, that Kcgister Land Oflico (Jhas. O. TIITRTV of Ttnraonn, pnrrntt a to rpnnU of ft without unoa.liiff. tho devil Mephlstophcles was tho In- eyes for years. He has tried many lUyuold. having uh.1rge.0t children bctwen the ventor of thin kind of currency (for doctors and retne ics, and has always rmamly for Iufmita nnd Clitldrnn It f nnqnoatfnnnlily tlo Itisurnnco Huroau CoinmiMioiier-- D, age ot seven nnd fourteen, we deem It which see tho second part of "Fiilist"). failed to relief until we sold him W. Comingore. tto wirlfl linu ovor huavm. It 1 lutrailoaa. Clillilrru Itlio It. It Tar back In the middle ages wo read n lube ol Sutlietlaut's l'.aglc Hyc expedient for pll eitzeus to know Adjutant General 1). H. Collier. tliom Iiroltli. It will m.v itJlvf lltna. Tn it Mothorw hnva what the Compulsory Attendance that Uic affairs of the (leininntc empire S.ilre, which cuied him inside of out Slnto Librarian Mrs. Jlnry Brown wero In tho grcntest disorder. The week. Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey Law Is. The first two sections olthls treasury Tins empty and utterly unable aomatliln:; VTltloli Sh nVotuttOy hi"o mi titjoMc Xij jtyfert na r Day. sells well nnd cures. Kes'y, law are as follows: to redeem Its obligations. Tho nrmy rhHd'.-i- t itAti.tsoAi) cosi.Misio.Ni:i;s. M. MKYim & Co , !.U. Sec. 1. "That every parent, guar-dia- n was ready to mutiny because of the long January is, 1S95. liuras, Ky. .Tno C. Wood, chairman; J. V. or other person in the State of arrearages of pay. Tho courtiers In the Sutherland's Kagle Kye Salve has Dcmpsey, II. S. Irwin, ijecrctary of the Imperial Cnttorle. nllnyc rcvoriOimtu. Kentucky, having the control of nny deprivation pnlaco thocomplained to which doneagieat deal mute for me than Samuel I' Urowti. luxuries of Caatorfa yrovasta v.iraltfec Curd. child or children between the ages they had been accustomed. Discontent can be told by pen. W.H Skii.lman cosor.ts-ioKAHums, Ky. Caatorfa rnroa Dlnnhcn nn3 Ttiwt poll. of 7 and 14 yeurs, shall be required to nnd distress prevailed throughout the Hon. William U. Linilx Senators For sale by Z. Wuyne Griffin & send such child orchildren, anuuclly, empire. Cn.torla rr llovoa Trothtii IT 'JTroul.loa . eny, Hon. J. C. S. lJlackburii. At tills Juncture Mephlstophelcs ap- Dro., dtuggist, nnd Keuliow llros., 'lieprcentntive Fourth Dmlriet eight consecutive weeks, to some pub- peared on tho scene, us he nlwoys doe Narrows, Ky, CnatoHa enrea Cotatlpntion rvn &Y1 .itnl ail nT. Hon. John W. Lewis. lic or private, day or night school, on such occasions. Ho proceeded nt Cnatorlq nnntrallyoa tlio rCoctn nf nirimr.tn Botil ;i. or rolionon. itlr, ProvldeJ, howcvcr.tliat onco'to Issue flatenrrency under the nufor children. btati: i.r.disi.Arum:. Cn.torla i1ea not ronlp.t--i morplilno, nicm,iir .itUo r nnrcotlu V'opyrty Senator Hon. A, . IntucH. this act shall not apply, in any cane, thorlty of his Imperial majesty. At f.tt.a- first the emperor was shocked nt the .7 Cnatnrltv ncaluillutoa tlio fuo.I, rcKiiIto'i tlm alomiicli nnj liowcl., Representative Ohio County--Hawhen the child has been or is being monstrous fraud, nnd Indignantly asked C. M. Harnett. glvlcg !iafiUiiy nuX uatural aloop. -.taught at home in such branches as who hnd dared to forge tho Imperial i --a 7C!"LSer; Tinttl.a only. It I. not nuld In linllt. Civitiii.it I pul pp lu or..i-l- ti "onio coiintyT are taught in public schools for alike name, and threatening nt the same time crime should not go unthat such ciKcvir luL'irr. period of time and subject to the same punished. Don'i allci-y- guy Quo ta ..II yon noytlilni; clao on tlm plf a or yrmulio scruples But the Imperial lion. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-b- o YOUR IIORSI? WITH examinations as other pupils of the wero soon removed by the arguments of GROOM thnt tt la "jnit r.a t;otnl" mut "trill iiilnrur ovai-- pur)OtP." ro. BONNER'S success in which the child reMephlstophelcs und tho brllllnnt district or rity Sao that you Howe, Attorney Hon. J. Ktlnin sides, or whose physical or mental of tho tchenie. Tho treasury w us quickHORSE CLEANER. Oivcnslinro. replenished. The nrmy, having remi condition rendeis his or her attend-anc- e ly (tnnnrPV ceived Its pay, wan eager to rcenllst. In J. W. l?!aek, Jailer -- Hartford. impracticable; or who Is excused the Imperial palace tho courtiers, and No flies, fleas.mosquitos or lice. alanatu.o uf G. 15. Likens, Clerk Ilnrtinrd. WPl'T. by the trustees of the public school even tho pages, had "money to burn," Removes dandtufl, dirt. Leave skin 1$. D. Hingo, Muster Coininissiuiicr and prosperity again dnw nel upon the solt and white. Hartford. district, or the board of education of the emempire. In CrhKdicn Cry 00 for any G. 1$ Liken', Trustee Jury Fund the city in which the parent, guar- peror asked: his nstonlshincut pass for $100not cure. case of Manye it will "And does this Hartford. dian or person having control resides, good gold with my people? Is It ac- Stops iritation, rubbing. Finefor clip$&SiXSm&frJtttJJR&&tS2tt!d&2!A Xii&iyS&.XZ&SZai Cnl. 1. Kcown, Slunir-Hartf- ord. upon its being to their satisfaction, cepted for full pay by the army and the ped horses. Deputies Samuel ICeown Itnrtfonl m that the parent, guardian or person court? Much as I wonder, I must let Mane and tail cleaner of the world. i TytTTaVTrrvjfcgfca iffiuri Joe Koberto, Fordsville; Tlios. It. go." No matting. Louisville, .t. Louis & fcxas iiailv.?iy Cur.pany. having control was not able, by reas- it But tho court fool could not quite unKeeps hair fine, soft nndsil y, A hair Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Sievcus, Wet bourd trauiii. I K.'st l.aur tfitin. These tr ilns run daily. on of poveity,tocloth said child propCromwell. derstand Uils inagle paper, of which he grower. I I No. 4t. No. 42 No 44 STATIONS. Court eouveues first Monday in 6 No. 43 erly, cr that he or she has already achart received S.OOO crowns, nnd nsked No scratches. Mud will not stick. I.v. U Depot, l.ouisvil!e . . Ar. I 00 p m 8 05 p in 30 p tti 7 45 a in . March and August and continues three Mephlstophelcs It this wan good monAids in shedding. quired the ordinary branches required S 00 (AS 12 45 hi muck strtet 751 Horse Groomed in less than half the weeks, ami third Monday in Mry nnd by law, or that there is no white ey's worth. You 8 40 . Wef-- t I'oiut 7 10 i 05 711 can havo first whatMcphlsto two weeks November time S 43 . . 12 r2 humid 7 23 school in the case of white children, ever your gullet and belly may desire. A tonic: hnrmles; removes stains. county cot'irr. 11 51 Willoiulide 7 32 852 659 Fool And can I buy Ith It fields and Keep halt from fading. or colored school in the case of color- John 1. Morton, Judge Harltord. 11 45 . Koclt Haven 7.VS S5S 653 house and cattle? eu children, taught within two miles Kxpenie but a tritle Hal! gallon D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartloid. 6 47 . I.ouz ltrauch 7 45 9 05 J ?7 Mephlsto Of course! Demand only cleans horse 120 times. By its use (1 by the nearest traveled road." E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. 28 . Ilinndcnblttg 7 55 9 14 39 that, and It shall not bo wanting to you. horse has coat like velvet. Also used Court convenes first Monday in S1-. . . Uk roti See. 2. "Any parent, guardian or 621 09 9Z Fool And castle, with forest nnd on cattle and docs For milk cows it's . Irvinjtton 6 16 11 m . etch month. '3 931 other person failing to comply with deer park and fish ponds? especially valuable in fly time. ( 3 U'elkMur . . SaS QL'AltrKI'.I.Y count. 9 47 1051 Mcphlsto Truly. I would like to see Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse Cleanthe provisions of this act shall for. I.otl buig 10 42 5 5t S37 Begins on tho lhird .Monday in 955 you a worshipful lord. er. feit to the use of the schools in which . Sntuple . to 27 S45 5 4S 1003 Fool This very evening I )11 rock Will ship half gallon on receipt of $1 January, April, July and October. Stephen.'-iHii- t . to IS such child resides, a sum not less myself In a landed estate. 10 iS 5 35 853 COUItT OP CLAIMS. (Mention this paper) Patented (12 . . Addison 1" 23 lo 13 Mcphlsto (alone) Who now doubts 531 than 5s 00 nor more than $20.00 for Convenes first Moutlay in January, 9 TOLEDO SPKCIALTY CO , . . . Holt to 25 10 10 5 29 anl Tuesday after the fourth Monday J "5 the first offense, nor less than $10 00 tho wisdom of our fool? Toledo, Ohio. 31 :y ) 57 . . Clovcipott 10 3S ) iS held on to their mnglo Use 517 The Bonner's Hoof Dressing and Barn il October. nor more than $50.00 lor the second money other fools . . . Shops 10 42 5 9 22 9 53 until It withered to nothingness OTIIK1S COUNTT OKKICKIH. Dust. and every subsequent oflense and In their hands. When tho Inevitable . . . fikillman 5 3 9 33 i" 53 942 Cr. S. FiUhugh, Surveyor Sulphur 11 05 j . Ilawtitville 4 cost of suit." These fines or forfeits crush came Mephlstophelcs had busi930 Springs. Ami-I'i11 13 . . . Pftrie 4 4 lim Sul)crllrr. 9 22 9.sa ures are to be used for the benefit of ness somewhere else In his vastdomoln. S. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. 11 10' . . Falcon 4 40 When nny little cross- - ejed, same pcrsouago again made itn apthe district in which the law is vio- Tho Z. H. Shultz, School Sutit. Ilart-fw- d. loiS . . I.ewigport pearance to lure tho French people to 4 lantern-jawed- , it 2S 907 scaly lated. 10 15 . . Wuitmnn 11 35 financial ruin when John Law acted as 4 25 9 110 skinned, lopeared, pigeon-toeS 50 . . . Powers L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur 10 25 11 45 There are many weak points in this his flat money agent In tho Mississippi 416 slimy-handthief takes a Springs. S 37 11 57 . . . Pate tcheme. Ho turned up again to per4 05 1038 law, but it is a step in the right di S 27 . Onctisboro 12 07 p 111 . suade tho French convention to print paper two or three years and then 3 55 Mr. C. II. Campbell, Poorhouo 10 A'6 rection. It will probably need many millions of asslgnats on tho pledge of 8 IS . Miittitigtv 11 00 12 19 3 41 suddenly discovers that he "never Keeper, Hartford. atuendmentsbeforeit will be effectual. tho confiscated lands of the nobility S 10 . . . r.nffitli 11 r5 12 24 3 39 JL'STICKS' COUISXrf. subscribed for it and ain't gotn' to was exand clergy. Ills cloien foot 11 cS . . Stanley 122S The clause of Section one which proSod 3 36 Foitnvit.i.i:. J. A. Unvling congress was pay tor it no how," the editor should hibited once more when . Wortlungtou 12 35 i.S z i" 7 59 vides that children can be educated volume ot secure help and take the scoundrtl to Birrett's Ferry, March 21, June '20, 11 23 induced to Issue an immense . . Rcarln 7 52 1243 at home will be used as a means to legal tender paper; and he laughed with 11 3' . . Snutlsvillu 12 51 7 4t 3 16 and treat his Sejilember 19. December 1.9 the nearest black-jic- k lk'FOiii). evade the law. So also will that Ben F. Graven March n 3S glee when this greenback curUafL-ett.-i Satanic . 12 58 7 30 3 ! rency depreciated to less than 50 cents WMthless carcass to an application of 26, June 25, September 24, Decemclause which exempts those who on Hi ink son . . I.v. 7 20 a m 2 55 p i.spui 55 Te.T., Winsboro. snakes ber 2 1. account of poverty are unable to send en tho dollar. lie Is now busy at the black lugs of the numerous victims of the free Wide Awake. iAHTFonn. A S, Aull March 5, their children to school. It will be silver mania, whispering to them of the 17 June 4, September J5, December .'!. an easy matter for many to make it wonderful prosperity thnt would flow IiosiNE. C. L. Woodward Good Old Granny Metcalf, SO years from tho colnngo of disks of silver, old, living at 018 Monroe street, appear that they have not sufficient March 13, June 12, September 11, OY OOINO TO THC tenmeans to keep their children in school. worth 10 cents each. Into full legal Ky., say that Dr. Bell's Pine December 11. K3U ? der dollars. s-z?-i nnwTfli Dflni .Tout It. Cito.MwEu, Wilson Another weak feature in the law is Whenever tho Altgelds and other Tar Honey is the best grip cure, WWIUUIi.UU UUIHKU I HIIUUIIU, VX.Y'M its failure to make it the special duty demagogic ndiocatos.of fiat money, cough, lung and bronchial remedy March 7, June 7, September S, DeU a! A (tic Ave. Theater RulMIng, on 4th bet. Green & Walnut whether It consist of irredeemable pa- that has been oQeied lu the people cember 5. of anyone to see that it is enforced y&JL.fti vr i.Uif Thh tliooiiaa.i .Iim roa cnu haeToarit'JtalUUj rk Aonti tetter aJ for It moitfi than ti per currency or of depreciated silver, during her Hie Guaranteed by. Z Officers will pay no attention to its uflU U n m t)i Soutii. any itbr , ri raduatif not Imi ttiaa Ifiry iHrJtm' Ih undertake to trace the history of such Wayne Griffin & Bro,, druggist, and l.M' ttiiri tpnrin.. (rnnTtitir no tM1ti() cajMblfl anil iTimni: to (rlrn uu any adtU' Itei.frow Bros., Norrows, Ky. violation unless complaint is made, methods of finance they should give tJlnfrtr to either your natural nfartlUcU! trrth. Wo Ht.ikc every branch vf dMitUtry a kcIHj, ). and no one will consider it his busithe devil his dues. Philadelphia of leoth o i ruUlvr. $.06, anruitivl tv fit .tnil nifuliftt trpAkarit for fo xnt. A Dost ness to make complaint. What is In McClure'sMagrzine fur July, one written yu.ir.-ut.claon hh frery mi. C.l llllirifi.! i autl ur. Pnre Mlver ftlllnj, 75tt all Ojr irov.ii :in1 Itihtc uork, rr ttvtli without plate ant an flrpi, Louisville Dental Co., nltiir pUtlo filling . !i)c everybody's business is nobody's What lirbta Ars I'alil With. ol the l w women who have made the a Tnr natural tMtU.atid ui irlc lower titan the Imrr t. lri'iii.' .tut) K.rtivi-jli- l Our populist brethren sjy there Isn't accent of the Matterhorn 'tVith cxir.utcsl, SSc., ami ti!i l Hi and nit i'l i v ur- him.i Weil an ascent Uiiliutit jItii Yi wan i.uU aMi.tiH..its h Malt. All roiiHaMttuii frc, A Udj aV gold enough In existence to pay what There should be a section in this we vaf hi nttctulaticc. at always requiring the utmost .strength one. We can't pay debts with gold. law making it the special duty of We use gold na n measure of services, ol muscle and the u.most cetiiuty of some person to see that it is rigidlj and wo pay debts with our cotton and n;teve will tell the story of her our whent and our corn nnd our cattle In the Avenue Tlio.tlcr liselldlnt, th Si., iict. Qrru tml Walnut enforced. our manufactured products. HeM The Hiles law will have a decided nnd (Tex.) Journnl, lton -effect 011 the salaries of the teachers Tor Worklnginan'r Mmple (Jueitlon. Urcad'is the of Lifer .KSSSS. ot many teachers an effect many ol Sooner or later, and probubly very them have not thought of. soon, our workingmen will put to both IN EVERY CAN OF HALYARD'S OBELISK Heretofore have been parties this question: "Do jou Intend teachers DAKINQ POWDER WILL BE FOUND A The theory in the treatment of to refuse to us the best dollar there is, coughs, lung and bronchial aflectlons teaching In districts repotting 75 or COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS dollar, and compel us has been advanced by the mnnulactuies ! 80 pupils; owing to the irregular and which is (he gold AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD by legal tender laws to take for our la- ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY slender attendance.no assistints have bor an Inferior dollar?" ttuly a woi.derlul lenicdy. All deal-er- s WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAU14 W.M.St. been required Inmostofourschooldis. sell it or. n positive guarantee. Sound Money till Only Hope. TIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE trits only 50 or 60 per cent, of pupils For sale by '., Wayne Griffin iSr Bro., Democrullc .National Committeeman TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. reported in the school censue have atdiuggist, "anr1 Rentrow Bios., NarTSS'luSKsReMl& Wall, of Wisconsin, proveil himself In Gold Crowns tho great and successful campaigns of rows, Ky. tended the public schools. I;or sale by I. fi. Stevens, Hurtford, Ky is to $7 Small Poicelnin Crnwrs 3 to 5 towns reporting 200 or 250 pupils 1600 und 1SU2 one of the beht politicians In tho union. It was under his manageUest sit ol Icttli (no better made JJMllOlllhl HUll VVllJ I.lf'. lnvc only required twnorthree teuch-er. $8 110 matter liow much you pay) ment that Wisconsin was carried by tho If you want to subscribe or renew IMU'IPAUATIOXS FOR TIIH The Compulsory Attendance Gold fillings democrats in both those .eurn. Asked for the above paper, call on or adft up ' - uvfti; KP .! r, In Washington the. other day what he law however, will make a change In Silver filling ncsj r: 75c thought of the democratic chances In dress Lyman Williams, agent, Extracting, pet tooth 25c all these matters. Districts heretofore the 49 4t Painless extracting with Vitalized taught by one teacher will require Mr. approaching presidential campaign, sTU Wall said: "All depends on tho Air 50c two; small villages requiring to two handling of the money question. If Extracting free when Artificial Ol November 3 nre nlrciuly woil under way. A no v or three teachers will require three or the lepublicans fall ut St. Louis to udopt Teeth are ordered. Office permanent -a strong, hound plunk, and the demoly located four teachers. crats luno the good honso to grasp the L HM L L U i L In the future therefore the country opportunity mid udopt on!) nt Chicago, f Tir TTir.Tl'rWT"'-'"aJiyWT,f"peJagogue will be required to divide we shall win." This con esponda exactup his salary with his assistants. 01 ly with what the World wild on Monday ISTOBKKLi-:urKl),,VXIn Its hlstorlu review showing that course the teacher'ssalary can be supWrlt a lotter eoverlnft theso thre points: sound money hard money of tho high1 i 1 i a 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 t 1 a m$J plemented by taxation. Fiust. Stuto how lorjjf you haro kiify.nt, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. But est standard Is tho traditional demoI.ivurMedlelno." Gil policy, iiml that the party has nt present are tired of paycratic ft to euro and give tho names of icosn. State diseases you hare succeeded when true to thlH prining taxes. Ihow cured by It ciple, mid has ulwnys been defeated T111111). Uivo your opinion m to tlio Jlflcrcnco between The Hiles law a3 it now stands will when fulso to It, Tho democrats canaction, and the strennlh and action of tho "liver Regulator" mado by J. II. cllln not, in all probabilities, meet with not carry u single eastern or middle. ft Co, a .id tho "Muck Draught" mado by Chattanooga Mwllclno Co; both of Will, nR nhv.i V8 lm f'uii'd in tlio tliiqkefif ol tlio fihl, btittliiiK vinrousl v, liluli havo bold lo dealer dubious platat 0 or 7 cents rrfr package, net, and should retail at p.r S und liusinoB Piiuclpiip, 'h!cli uiil biina I'roperity to the Nulion the entire approbation 0 school leath- Mate on a free hllu-rornot cner 10 or IS ciuits. If comuiners are not Imposed upon, wlillo our Oiiglnal is not only the leadin. TRIHUN13 THKNKW YOUIv ers. On the whole tne bill has soiue form. N. Y. World. paeKago, as wo havo too much aillclo cannot bo nol.l at lesi than 25 cents Hum llaU lipttrlrm e. Tho reason Is Republican uivpnper in tlio country, bill is I'roKniiiiently n Nnlionnl for limuaii llfo loiwn cheap drug lu my of our medicines. good features and some bad one. Fitimly NtwBj.nper. Tho ease la so plain that wo do not plains Zellln& Co. nnd tho old propi letori of "Itlack Draught" wero both enjoined Time will point out It defects. I'h emupuigu newn nnd diwiuion wilf intcrrK ovury Ainciienii ciilzt-see why nny argument Hhould be neeea. !. urn deceiving tho public by using tho wouVt constituting our trado nnmo ; thcro-furlook out thnt soma dealer (not knowliif you aro posted) don't soil you somo All the ticu'sol the day, Foreign Cuiruptiiulviico, Agricultural Depan- Rows Hood. bary. I'reo slher would not give the M. A. country more money on tho coutiury, cliciip paekago at n profit of MiOoi'410 peremit., instead of ourGcniuno "Dr. mcr.t, Muriel RcporU, Fusion lMatc with uliib.irutoilcciiptii)iu und .t vu Liver It would i educe theoliimoof cuneney. S!u:ruo!iDnothing Medl Ino," which you bo sure to specify, nnd tako lo othor, as liely ol ileum ol IimifuIiiiM intonvt, nuiku up un idenl Fiunilv Pnpcr Is rl'ollko It CHEAP MONEY DEVIL. It would lint Improve the condition of tbsra receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you ireo of U'oltiinUhTHK HHI'UIJLICAN nnd NKW YORK U'J'JHKLY On Alituj. mi lluml In KiuauTAge flat tho poor inan; it would benefit tho silhsrg. 11 il.'.O pscl.ugn Liver Mwliclno, or on receipt of letter without photograph, TRIUUiNK, both pn pern ver mine owner nnd the speculator. The .to t. Ill ivill you rv '.'") cpi.t package, free. bihi'i.u-(JIowIiik I'ruiiil.c. Kith In n recent Intel view liov. AltBi'ld, of rsouth khould be the last to Join In the im;o UiJ nllmenH. caused by liidlposltlons of tho Kldnoys, I.Ivor, Stomach, and Illinois, tolil how many huiiilrcil jciiih criiRaiU) for eheap money. It .knows '...vcli, whlidiDr. M. A hlinnions I.hcrMeUlcluo has Invariably cured sluco 1810. IltltlTAllIHSiOK lICVDAfHB, I'AM'IT.VTtOf Or TII HnAIir. DltOWSINKSS. whnt cheap money means. It hne tried roIiI hnd Rlhcr nciu liiiilutulnril In :, l.i)ic.istioN Cold Fi:kt. Hnlaiioiuest oy Livcii & Si'Lr.Kr. Slcei--- . uWXaaJUVMy ana HianLa (l nt a fixed ratio by tho flat of It. Charleston NuwhuiiiI Courier. tMJ -: Heaviness. Dullness. xuss. I.o'.v Si'iuiTS. Ulnekal Lmitli)e. Boicriimcnt, It Ih not disputed Hint Sofittirojucii. UadTaituin Mouth. Constipated How-nPlonty of Room. Addicts all ordrn lo tho l'liiEU Fxtiixi wbenuer tho Ictjul rutin him coincided Loss ok Stuenoth & Flesh. Hms ft Ltes Yellow IIiliousnk.m. u ith tho uiurliut nine of the two tni'tuls Tenderfoot (to Texas ranchman ' "o.'.TE I) TOMlfK - I'AINS IN SlDE & U.NDEIt hltOULDEU IlLADES. FOUL UltEATIL tl.ey havo clrenluto) together without after engaging Ids services nnd 'j..iMMxiNU iiEiouu'inr. r.vEs. Weight ih Kiomacii apteu Eatino. Toiipid any need of IrgUlutlTo Hat, but when-e- r 'viewing tho landseu)0 o'er") I acf.ivcn. Flesh 8orr fit Flaihiv- .- Acute A Ciiuonio Malauia. Uilu comino the legal ratio did not coincide Neuvous Headaches. Meiiory Clouded & Indistinct. Wind i 1.1 Mouth Write your name nnd nddrras on n postal enrd, aend tt to (5ro. W. ".-cept your terms, but, really, whero Pilv:s, nv Cuiiino Constipation 1'uoducino it. Kidney Diseases, Room 2, Tribune lliiildiug, New Yorl City, nnd sample copy otTIIK with tho commercial aluu of the. two '"Lie. am I to sleep? JtfllKUJ. Nl'MBNCM OP HANDS, AUMS & FEET. llELCH- - NI5W YOKK luetiils, lmlng equnl privileged nt tho V.'IiUKI.Y IKIIIUNH will beiuuiltd to you. Anyman? Hanchinmi Sleep, iti vv Oas. IIi.oatino 01 Stomach akteu Food is Taken. IimEauLAit Appe- mint, the colnuge Mint won undermined upon Suddenly GEniNO a a s. Hkautbuun. Dihnes3 or rvoUfiO.OOOiicrcs dropped from circulation ly lnw more where, unywherol 'i'. SurrocATiNO Sensations. Dispondwcy op I'iieonant Women. Nausea Whenever a driiKiUt tells ou hf tying nrouud hero loose. I don't cures latent than the decree of gnwrmiient. Weekly or June 20II1 will II.iiper'8 'Oiiu or. After. Katino. Veutiqo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency op " Of hns courte, depreciated curicney can a snap whero you sleep. Judge, .ri;uTio:r. Femalu Complaints. Had Colds. Uackaches so Common to be it Republican Convention nuuiin.r, Crip,.soinelhinjustnsiood lorcotihs be kept In circulation no lontf u n govetc., na Ur Hell's I'iueTar Hono Appitite. Pains & Aches in Joints. iis.j. Fl.vtlle.ncy.-I.- om Big Prlco for a Tooth. nnd will contnui n picture ol tho ey don't you brllevc it, (or we j;ii.r-anternment iiiny be willing iiml utile to ...lli" J'S.EmIN-t- i Downthb Hack. Limbi Feel too IIeavv. Ciump Colic Hall, pjrlrults nl llw pnmil-neHiliops Feveus. Paleness. Weakness. Thinness, keep the promise to icdeeui It In ftiind-ur- d tlmt it ia nut title. We mnki v D ;r x JIaiish. The highest prleo over wld for a money, im In the eiike with the HlUer rvnov or Foop. Sudden Flushes orllu.vT Genehal Debility. Fhet- rielrgntcn, CMidiiUtes, nnd Mity the genuine and authorize all drut; tooth Is bupjiosed to linvo been Jl.OUO,-00TtltBD DePUESSION .SSOTl'.I.I.'H.'iHClIILDUBN. DrSPEPIIA. NeUVOL'3 .. OP dollar of the United Ktutcsmul the fliu iimtn to cuaraiitec It. The ),. H a trade dollars. In u small Ablatio r.jpLLASAhT DllKAMS, Sl'ITTINH UP OP FOOD AFTEU EATINO, DlAlt- - tniinneer.i.toye.her with typiml jv rune piece of France, The enormoiiH i Sutherland Co , I'adur.ih Ky. war tho I'ortugue&e captured tho ul ol the tiniijutrd jjr iio-iLi )P('iiiiien'. iiy Klmovinothb C'aise, Gnawino Sensations in Ktom- I'or stle by. Wayne (Jrlflln .t Urn cost and einbiirriiKuncnt of a flat cur- .H.i'irrNLa ft Dauk Hinqs Undeh the Eves. That HEsri.Esa "Out op St I.ouIb in nl , five panes ol t lua diui;t:lit,and Uenlrow llros Nmosva tooth of a sacred monkoy from tho ix'iicy to the government of I lie United hut. a j) Not Well Feelino, so with ii. .:.' lTlllILI)SrpWl.AKl)EUILrrATDMOTHEIlSCommon FATHEItS& I'ALE AND trnlions, Oher pioiiiinent li.tiura iiy. nnd this wns the ransom States ure witnessed In the ficipient Siamese, AND tOP agreed upon. borrowing of gold to protlde forltme-demptloor. u' .0'. 11 ip. n, by lr,i pirLYJtisoi'LATiNO tub Action op the Kidneys, - i" rnmar u.ieU I'r. NIIm'TbIii rilta will be; the Cnionation ol the Cur, r i.J'T.".1- - JMV H SOT'JATALLrOODTAKENISNATUItALLY ASSIMILATED. You will llnd poetry nowhere Hk All palil U'liMiodtiy Pr, Jlllea' Ittii l'UU the Phllact'phln H To (Jov. Altgvld It l n nmtlcr'of 0, you brliif 8IHH0NS MEDICINE CO,,Prop8., ST, LOUIS, MO. Cuban JiimiricUon, soino with you. ' UlLli' I'A I N I'l LtH. "Uiio iflit it iliaw." uh lie navs. whether the leirul JouberU Hnrlford Republican 1 111 10 TREATMENT. i.... ..i I ,. f, ;?"'. i, S8ara; d fflffl ItlpmiH TnbulM. ItipaiiH Tubulns euro nausea. Itlnaui TalHileo! at ilniRKliLn. Uliaiis Taliulon cure dlMlncRK. HI'Miio Tnliulca. ruin limilnelio. Com-pulfor- y EllEE """. gt n f.rai V 'i , ;j KMSsSsi M Slii4isM&i Children. IfiPIr nw ca va a Itiii.iURTilitllrflciirollatiileuro. Itiinim T.iluilPfl euro dyrpapiki. !; iMi-- - t It. mini Til Im leu cure bail breath, lti xiiir rnliulpneure tilllouiiiieHii. Itl.i.uia T.iIiiiIph: one kIk'K relief. niiMiia Tnliulca euro IuiIIrmIIou. ' TaliulcH nlt(llnetloii. ynr' Kilianii TaMilPV pentle enthartlo. t' ' iti n. T "IiuIph cure ronatlpatlon, ripniiiiTnliules' for Four ntonincli. 1 ii capnnt latatlTe. ipii T ibtii lllpnuu TatinlcR cure liver troubln. ltip.itii'riihuloiiruietnriilil llror. saiiNisVisJsaNU' NJMCVSlal? tot 3iXiSVEt (CURES A SUU2C r fil-CST ILS ff mnmm NOTHING BUT PILES.' 'J? nnd CERTAIN CURH Known loriu yunrsus no itnrJSDYfor PILES.! noi.n it v A."iTiiL"iiiiHTi. rriruiitfit:siu::!tvzB eo.tt r. toon. UNi'WuvKJSNlivXaaaNtrsiHsy'a u C , aV VVaV' a , f-x u. p-- aiUecn l'rmi.A fvE ii W k. ..I . jta , aliU l I. ' Ltj7i imura ft lite. ''tit. f .A .QRiriAf Jb nt ot WLUu OjaOrncciaOproaiTtU. B.pariNTOrrioi re ratf it Icia tliua taaa uim aaf. I a ...1 i HIIIC II 'ilnu., mm OTKTip th tu or n I. (re i ai.iic.U Our fee "! Jlj l,,l relent It nurl. Hcf to 0!)tiir rlnu." will. A PAMrMLtT. 1.1 H "- Carcati, and TradcMaitt cUsIntd and all Tat-mj.m iiconJuteiK'r Mootir rua. fftl 0 Opp, paicNT aammmmmMxjjmaammmm BHS rl Kvj in thfl U. S. Ai' nJ uunttau for Pitcher's Saetorla. Ornct. WaaMiNATON. ff D. w a. e. baa KFn - --m- in I vot- ""iv 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 , $$&& tki.i1r.vi J 1 9-- . i) bow-legge- d, 98 '..916 U i.iSj inxi pie-bal- d, d, d, ft Botfl ed 2 ia it . Tf CO UHllaa ol CIII1J. 'IXIMC ant h.T WARRANTED. PRICE TO cts. .Ill il, Ii ta., Nut ICIiX. iiiM.jy.hur.ar. Inatiuurci i.C lrlii.'H. Ill 11iKljvtra, li Uia d.utf bu.:ma. ban 'a l ialav..nlt ui.lT0r.al ailTo. .it lVi.lc ourjiruir, at wr pciwi.'iu (nllPii.:-i.'V3IIOVS-1- IS JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULT3. .t4 h . " .;.... ili tlirao nt T.f 1'Kl 1 1 1 11 A.iitr.ritii Icr rtlcb Wil'ini'a & I'cll. 4C0. )UR TEETH AND MONEY -- .?x i A niiicun c nnc ? ia ff ViwSVtJfrwiiiinasiM II- -. fca'....lil.li. rlf or. X vr4 It VX 4rlnfr.tr Vl.'ll f. . . . .!. i.i(K..u..tf,.U, r air M" 4li'. I ST J '.siaiTin wilnlir na' V.UI Im !,! .mvi.i.'MK.Mlli llli 4 f . r. mr I. ll. rtf , . idatu a.i I a.4a ia.nr. IdJ.jil IUwiuAm tuni. J IV. mnji'Rtiallr. by mail ha7Intsr lurilcuUra adJrraa, wiib atuap, r treated '.k'ldlni uM LL,ii.woilirMj;,atiT luaaciii. R.I.P-A-N.5 Children Cry for Itco-on- Pitcher's Castorla. f- - noticl; our prioes. ir TABULES REGULATE STOMACH, LIVEn bus-nes- i, THt AND BOWELS LOUISWXE Di2NTAL PARLORS, Staff Pitcher's Castorla, Children Cry HOI ffS3 AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. JllI'AN" TAIIl 1.1 R ar tka W.t UrJI. tao Lhuuu r.r laJIcratUa, IIIIUa.Nr.., llJarhr,.aaR.tlpall.M. lljappla,lkraata l4,irTrwablr., Itlf.UrM, Ua4l'oiMliUa, llj.c.Ur, orra.lre llrralk, aal all la. orJ.ra f Ilia Moaierh, IJrcr auj Uawala. Taliilra r at.ln nothlnir Inltuloa. to tlrfiia .t jrllralaiin.tilutli)a. Ar. jlaMnt lo acil Lira trmnduu rutlrf l.k p. a.r, I'rlvc li tenia Imz. Uar Im. erd.rad turuuali ararul in ((Ut, or If Mall, banicla Tlal. Hccuii. AJItcii THC RIPAN9 CHEMICAL CO., i) bit.L'ck enxLT, McirioitK crrv. tr THE QUICKEST 1 OWEiSBORO,KY. 1 .... LINE OETWEI a. fieiSlflLLE CINCINNATI 1WIS AND THE EAST. Hart-fotd.K- Children Cry for 1' 6' Lt Direct Connrctloni Por Pitcher's Castorla. $1.00 POE fOTJfl PHOTOGRAPH. knn pr " -- nil n mrsiT JLL, ns ... Sim-me- LUUL1 sUHIlLUiliniLil iirnrr n mrfiTrn Direct Conn.ctlona lor all I'olnta In Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, nnd California. Arkansas, Mexico, FAST TIAIE LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERr Write for Information la the iieareik agent el the Clicaapeoko, Ohio & Southvrejtem K. R. JOHN ECHOLS, I 1g t, I. fflili! Intflfia, n (ien'l Mnugr, LOUISVILLE. S. a, HATCH, Geu'l Taaa. KY. Ajt WUI-JKL- o J. 'a.ah4lUMti.aalMttx R. (J.RTLE 1 1IH jaairt Hi MaWaMaat ONE YEAR wj w u. HASt'lTOU!) UK8TIUJCAN, DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any nnd all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices' iMt Otlice over Williams & leasonable. Hell'i Onift-- Store. VttalUiid nir or laiiglilnj air 4 iiiiniiteird (nr fiaiuleti oitructlun s . Vision.-vUizzinf.- ss itullr dm-ventio- n nt 0 ' lllm-tration- I Xr Oveii-wokke- d n. uu-lo- r. '.' U- when I.axativi Urouo Qt'iviNK will cure you In one dy. iops not produce the rlnRitu: In the ied like Sulphate o! Quinine. Put ip in tiblrti convriilent lor taLinjr luarJiiUrd tn cure or money reluiid 1'iice, 35 CouU. d I'oraaleby Dell, lUitlmil; William K V Villi.iui;,i.ivcr D.tin; A. S Aull Sulphur .Spiinubi rtroivn S: Chnpumn, t'cnteitnwn; R. 15. lie Co , Rock-port. .(irlppo Why mifTcr with CoiikIis, Colds and ait