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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896062601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE ACCIDENTS Of LIFE Willi to . 1 I n titum i i tiKKi tat 1 the Si i loMl 111, fu ml itMllnr tikiitillns A' lilt II llll t nnu tlimtl m llu yiiTfc llv nil limn. tml CltM MIC piild our iiasttMitHlui Membership fee Has aedditilal Injuries. Bo your own Accnt. HO MKMCAI, lrcAMI.N'ATION Id 0,UIIUt Iltli r 41 Ihtir r. THE IT i i A ' I i'lDiTl'ICTfeDTk IB Bn i BEPUBLICAN. COKGRESSIOKAL DISTRICT, ASK the rtiovtred . bilious nulKrer., vlrtlmt if filer an 1 ngue, Uia tin rutrlul ilUoMietl liiiicnt. how they re. c vi.it41imltli,ifieer. Itil spirits nml Rood a clltt llcy will tell oii by taking SIM ilvr-plli'- Mi NS LIVFR OFFICIAL CHCAU OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH VOL. Tin. aag llAKTI'OJLU). KY-- . FHTDAY, JUNE 2(, 189G. Highest of all in Leavening Tower. NO. 48. Latest U. S. Gov't Report The Cheapen, Purest and lint I'.mlly Meillclna In the World I For DYHI'M'SIA, I OVSTIPATIOV, Uun-dicnillounlta.k, Kit Kill. ADAelin.CclIc, Depression nt SpfriK, SOU! STOMACH, Heartburn, etc TnU unrivalled icmedy ! warrnntcil not to contain n single pimlels or MEKeuiY, nr any mineral tubitancc, but Ii iuim:l-4hbtahl.e, THE CRIME OF 1873 fTor Nearly - - A TT I3:.-VIi; x T T"1 A Bn"TsTrT"","TrT'T,nt: Eew Explanations of the Much Talked o'fCrime. pub-liciti- on Baking A5SSOJLUTEK.Y over the report without hiving his attention cnlled to that Incr. '1 he bill was In fore Congress lor about lliiee years, it was printed eleven time 'cparitely nnd tw ice in the res poits ol the Comptroller ot the Cur-r- et c , it was considered at length by the Finance Committee of the Senate nnd by the Coiunge Committee of the House di'tng fltrdlfletent sessions; It was c.tretully debated in both Houses the deb ite in the Senate filling sixty-si- x columns, nnd thoe in the House seventy eicht columns of the Congressional Globe, and it finnllj pissed substantially as it was introduced, MEilEBtfB EIjESXaX l.t ' KCr?-i&r "ii E33XJS,..L:0. y(t - t&IMw w$L&! 0 t.l CO 0 4 W&hif 55 PQ (fl m -- 8 Q 0 H (1) sj&5ir... 'j;-"-a'-' ft (0 0 0 to loo 3Fo:r Cent tlio HanclsCraest jrv.vy ; i-'o- catalog le- - Soia authorized deal ers or direct from y R 1HECELBEUE GO.. KEANTDTFACTURES, Hndrsoa,Kyj now t IIIMl'l SIOl ri:i. The tobacco linhu j,'i"W son a nun until Im iiertnui sMi-n- i h f eriinif ly alltcti-d- , impirin;; health, vomtort mid To ijuit suddenly U too in the h kIpiii. ns toblc-c- o intete'rntu unr becomes n stimulant llmt Inn h)8ti'iii continual y is a craves. "Ilaco-Curcintitif cure lor the locnecuh.ibit, m all its forms, cnrntullycoiiiioiiiidrd iificrilic Ii ti- loriniilti of un ciiiiiicnt KitIiii ciaiiH uho Ima iihiI u in hid itnvato lacticc since 1672. mtliuut u i.uluie It m puri'ly vevtnlilii and gii.iinntctd perlectly hnrnihe. You cm use nil the tnhacu) )ni want while Inking "lhco-Curo.- " It will until) jou W'u jj1v" n written when to Mop. miy Hiiiiranui'to cure pernmneiitl with three Imic, or tetuml the ni-- o 1(1 pu tint, interLst. money with "IJ.tco-'Ciiro- " is not a substitute, but n scion tiliu euro, that curen with out the aid ol will pnwir and with no iiienneiiieiiee. It leaves' the r)Steni as puro and (reo from nicotine as the day j on look your first ehew orsmoko and Kiiimd Cured Uy Hico-Cur- o Thirty iiiiiuiIi. Prom hundreds ol uslimoni il, the origiunlHot which arc on lilo and open to inspection, the following is prisonH od. hnppine'i-- . oriw it. l,llllll. uiiii.k im.mi pet ere n to mi o" , ' ' Kureka Chemical it Mtti., Co , Ln 1'nr forty Crosse, Wis. Oentleme:i: leuls I nnd tobacco in all its loruiH. Tor twent) li yeard ot tli.it tune I sullerer from coneral wim n gii-ii- l uml benrt tliscae. For lilteen Dili Ion I li'r jearsl trietl totpjit, but couldn't. I took varioua remedicB, among othtis Try Klectric Bitters as a remedy lor "Tho IndiaiiTobaceo jour troubles? II not, get a bottle Antidote." Double Chloritlcot Cold." now and get relief This medicine etc., etc., but liono ot them did mo tho has been found to be pccu'iarh adaptleast bit of KtKid. Finally, bowovcr, ed to the relief and cure of all female 1 piircbnscil a box ot your "llaeo Ciiio" uml it Imb entirely cmed moot" Complaints, exerting a wonderlul dithe haliit in nil itu'lorm?, and I hao rect influence in giving strength nud increased thirty poiintln in weight nnd tone to the organs. If you have-- I.css nm rclincd from all tho numcrou of Appetite, Constipation, Ilcvlichc, lichee ami prion ol body mid mind. I Tainting Spells, or are Xerous, my could wiilo miuiroof pape upon Sleepless, llxcitnble, Melancholy or clinngcil feelings and conditions. with Di7y Spells, Iilecttic Youm respectfully, 1. H. Maiiiiukv. troubled l'astorC. P. lHiureh.Clajton, Aik. IHtterb is the medicine you need. Bold by nil druggwt at 81.00 per Health and Strength nic gtnnnteed ), by its use. I'ilty rents and $1,0 at box; three lioxci, (thiity days' writton Williams & liell'.s Dtug Store. $2 CO with iron-clgunrnntee, or eont direct upon receipt of price. Writo for booklet mid Mlllliun proofs, I'nrekn Chemical it Mfg. Agents wnn ted to sell tin I.il' and Co., Lit Crosse, Wis., nnd Norton, Speech ol MeKlt'ley, with I'rueced-IngsotMiss. I.oiiUCoiiventi n, I" it'' 111 ol I'attj and other nliinhlt iulniiu,i BEST IN QUALITY, y3UT IN QUANTITY. s tion. 3?o pigts, with 211 lu'l Pi ice" cloth ? t , Im I l'er morocco, $t 50. bixty Discount to agent. Send 30 cents, mr Prospectus and full pattionlars, WHITE'S CREAM Voil ean sell 2 go tiwork at once copies lu your Until. Addten-- J nl -s disatl-vantage- ." y "No-To-Ilac- ." treat-mentad :J7-(ii- io. Sl. p"i;eil-lustrationC-- i" Chiytoii,XeviidaC'o.,A.rk.,Jiiii.23,,i)r. Talhcr, dear father, come II in "h wi.l li.russ our iiotioii.il fm.inct i in in .irttel" on b ii"f with tuc in w, lor ma is ns mad " rs Tiitl: shca-stlui- t jou're only "The ticcictarj of llio Trt.T-u- r will iliich wilt njijienr in th" Atisnst i lazj o'd I! irjT. nnd tint of The I..ii1i'-- ' II I'ii J mini put ru to ork 'there's jnlntit'g s of tl.' o i?t of to i'o and piptt tohang, and the lie ull tell rml c.isirj to scrub, lor its r our financial hji.ttr.i; ilsrpiii-ificleiclopmeiit, how th' nntio'i!. rr'rs horce clnni"g tnuenndyou'ie got to it revenues, and (Jistutbs its nioiicjn: ci"ie home nrd iuel 111 suds and cold ''xc'nnge. .mil iktnil the dulls ol nur njitom ol giu'i fiiiancierinp:. Helerrmj; to the tin .lll.lt 111.1 I li IllfHIJ . necessary to in iHtnl'i nur jjoM Ch.is 1! 11).)1, DioWer nnd Minn reserve General Ilarri's in ovprese" f.ictuiei's Agent, Cnliuulius. Ohio, !, nnd ceitifies that Dr King's New Disrov-ethimself witliciulentil'opfiroi b.i' that ' the jirctut- ntuution h.ib i'o npi d as a Cough remedy. would be absurd tfit wer- nit so spr I 1) lltown, I'top. St. James Hotel, c or the dniinit. l't. Wajnc. Ii d , testifies that he was ious " The t:on ol tnc go'd rei- re. the o I'rcsi- - cutfd tf i Cough of two j ears t Hiddent asserts., powerltillv cfTcts eeiv ing, caused by 1. Grippe, by Dr. interest, and the 'mending rf existKing.s Kew Disccterv. H. V. Merring conditions will he n tnsk fir the ill, Haldwtn.sxi.le-- , that he " has if wl itid recomnieiided it and wisest and .stronRct m;)in ilt ueer Une- - it to fail and would rath-t- r The tint (.uccessitil liryiiKtenng is ex hate it than any doctor, because it treiucly difllcult by the pieent in th- nlways curis Mrs Ileinmiiig, 222 uds I'poti tlii"; point he "U 1'. 25th Kt , Chicago, nlwijs kecpj it fifty tlollari woultl sufCcotnholtl 550,. at Innd and his 111 tear of Croup lp 000 000 in tne Ttensury the Secrr'nry citise it instnntlv relieves Free Trials could . it expend that s rim. lloKles at Wil'i nis S: fiel 's Drug lie must stand by until the-- col 11 sot, all gone mid then .sell bonds to gi't it Hull III. Ilit mm ttllll. The lcsult is that the binks luck. "Sire," quotb the chief ol stifT, nnd the brokers are niteu able to "theaiipot'S are nsseilibling on the A flnaii-cunke play of thsTrsniiri v ii'v ti'dnitly intend to turn institution uli'is luml trnsiets rie'ht our left with a igotoiH charge " in jiubltc id at n Kb busme-s"Do ton men; the atnsv.aniati t'irou,li i n. y win-ilon- th-oi- y inr-en-- - 1 Mr.---.- sas stntr-iirni'hl- 1 l ttllli'l ci Yes, sire; nrd they are n gallant flu'ht Thfie wheels lnve all been ii'ii(eVleil nnd tln"V donned their ol roses bloomers for the fust time. What shall we do to avert the new-ash- ip' ' danifii?" 'Oidtront the rojal sprinkling corts," Yes. ire." "Let them mae the lnttle ground in (rout ot our left wing as muddy as possible." "Yes, sire." "Just a soon ns the charging niuaons in their new filk bloomers slrl'.e that mud they will whirl about and rule b lek as last as they cut peddle " For what, sire'" mud gnauls, stupid. "For their Then If we adtance lapidly enough to surprise them bt'forc they can get their helm. ti 011 xtinight the day is ours " And It was even Plain Dealer. He no. Cleveland l Z S. M I 5VERIiBFyGE YEARS Has lod all WORM Romorllos. mciiiirtu FOR 20 U m V ? EVERY 7 r BOTTLE BUARAHTEED.g HOLiuiv Ai.iiMuuooiura. br lrtp..r4 i() , tr. ions. miuii Smorlcan Stoam Laundr Piiincetox, Ky tho finert work of any Tim laundry in Kentucky, Goods orkia all guarnutcctl. aro not torn up, butnro returned in good condition. Laundry Shipped on MonDoes day, ruturnod on Friday. GLA.11ENOI2 OasEUTBK IlAUTroni), Kv. Agt. is flHUrtALGIA curnl ly Dr "I'f " n Vium. "Onucnt Vcmtbly cnr4 w Or, Mil' Pain FI1U, rlaj in'i sure to' get Slui'tinus I.lver Regulator fin ynitrSpring Medicine, it's the old irltable that did the old folks Ogiltie Publis'iingCouiiuii) 57 K..su so inurh pond Don t If t n.iyone per- at 4S Street, New York. smile jou to take anything else ins You cm always tell Simmons stead I'mlu-ilI tii lltill.ul I.lver Krpnhtnr by the Kcd 'A on the IioiihmUUi Father, deal lather, come Don't lorget the word me now, lor ma has some Mrpets to package. all the fnrnit tr- - 11 it in Regulator Slmmonu Liter Regulator te it! she's got better thin anything eUc, nnd suic the yard, trout the trout door elraii street The stove must to do i on good. out to the come down and be put in the slid, This testimonial is unsolicited ard and the yard must be clcaied cf soce My for tne-- benefit of humanity. grass, for its time to clean liousi nml daughter b is been subject to sevi n: the devil's to pay and ihelroi't'win colds and croup and olteii taken with I'attit r, violent coughing B'lells at night. Dr. dow's need some new gl'tss Hell's Pine Tnr Honey is the only dear father, come home with n't; iikiv preparation I have loiinn tint will re nnd bring some bjlogna and dice e lieveher lUjinle.it isns iiecesaiy it's most 2 o'clock nnd tln're-'- nnMi in the house hold ns n Hie prts rter Hes'y, ing to eat I'm o hungry I'm weak on nsieamboit. n. T Ji'Ssrr,, Ml the linner we'll Jan 18,189s in the knees J02 V ilud?!- - St Louisvil f Ky hate lo e it blinding up, too, fir the For sale hi I, U'njneGrliiiiiPi ., rd table nnd oil ate out in the back diugg,nt, nnd Kenliovv bros , Naroh, I wish that '.louse cle."iiing wis rows, Ky. r 1 n ml. nnd discussed in Congress to which the people pay no attention, and which e are not mentioned by the and enterprising papers of today. The gold dollar had been really the metallic unit of value since 1834, and there was noting new about the bill of 1873. In discussion the act of 1853, which demonetised the fractional silter coin but left the dollar, Mr. Skelton, of grain. New Jersey, said: "Gold is the only There Ins been a story current standard of value by which all prop- among advocates, nnd ciris now measured; it is virtually culated in their documents, that Mr. frty only currency ol the country." Eruii-Ittyd, of London, came over Mr. Duhnm, who had charge of the he to in 1S73 with Ssoo.000 to secure net of ,853 in the House, said among the pissage of the act of 1873. This other things: "Gentlementalkabout story originated in the Colorados, and a double standard of gold and silver was supported by interpolations in as a thing that exists and that we extracts from the Congressional Globe, propose to change. We have had but nnd by a fotged extract fro 11 the a single standard tor the last three or Hankers' Mnga.lne. Among the opfour years. That has been, and now inions of experts included in Mr. is, gold. We propose to let it remain Knox's leport was one from Mr. so, and to adopt silver to it, to reguSejd, in which he strongly opposed late it by it." dropping the silver dollar, nnd advoAt the international monetary concated the double fctat'daid, Mr. Seyd was not in America in 1873, nor at ference of 1S67 our representative, any time belore that, alter 1856, nnd Hon. Samuel I). Ruggles, said: "In he an 1 Walewski and Ccrnuschi were 1853, in view of the considerable the great champions ot bimetallism change which had been experienced I is base ingratitude in in the respective values ot the two in Dirope silvtr men to charge him with brlb metals, mid which was then in the way ot increase, the double standard utg Oongiess to pass the act demonewas practically abolished. tizing silvei. The legislators and the people of the The bill wuen sent to the Senate United States have sufficiently learnwas printed, and Mr. Knox's leport ed, it uot by that study nt least by tt is also printed. cxpeiience,that the system of a doubThe report ot Mr. Knox pointed out le stnndaid is not only a fallacy but sptcifical'y. conspicuously and in va- an impossibility, in assuming a fixed rious ways, that the silver dollar was relation between the values of two s One of the dropped of his di flute nt products, gold and silver." repottwas "Pioposed Amendments," Dropping the silver dollar, which under which were stited the new lew living men hail everseeu, did uot features contained in the bill, embracstrike anybody in 1873 ns any thing ing twelve specified amendments, one very startling, and nobody cared of wlncii is pliinly stated to be "disin 1873, when the siiter continuing the coinage of the silver dollar was, as it has been since 1837, .dollar." worth more than the gold dollar. An appendix to the report gave four As soon, howeter, as the great tables, one giving the then existing bonnn&i silver mines were discovered coinage, one the proposed coinage, in and the production of silver was enorwhich the silver 'dolhr was omitted, mously increased, nnd Jlie value of one devoted to the suggested metric silter bullion began to go down, then system, and one compiling the nil at once, Mr. Stew ait and the other and proposed coinage, nnd a mine owners, joined by the rcpudia-tionisloot note to this last table stntes who wanted cheaper money dollar was to be a subsidiary coin, like the halves and other fractional coins, and only legil tender to a limited amount. The answers recelted Iroin the experts were ptintcd as part ol his leport, guided by opinion, be dropped from the bill, as put in shape for tnnsniission to Congress, the 3S4 grim silter dollar, as well ns the 412 2 wide-awakfiee-siltt sub-headI ts, Kotwjtlistauditii the repeitcd 'it the truth, thi-tnte some mlvocalis of free silv.-- who still contend thnt the old stanilaid filvcr dollar vns "surteplitii uslt" dropped fiom the net ol 187 just befoie it The fact is the 412 fiml pahsngi stnnthtd silver dollar was inter in the bill Irotn first to last. The bill as orignally icpotted omitted the s'lte'r dollar altogether. During, its pioyriss through the two houses provision for tile coinage of n silver dollar cil 3S4 grains, crpial to two ol our hall dollais tind tu the Flench five Ii.iiic jiure, to be ol limiltd legal tt ndtr ipiality, wis Inserted, and be-lthe final passage of the net, at tin- - insl'ince ol the silter producers, it was dtnpped nnd tho tradedollar of 420 grains, to be a legal tender to the amount ol $5, wis substituted tor it Mr James- - Thompson McCleary has prepited .1 carelul history of the act of 1H73. irotn its inception to its final passage, w ilh reference to page and thte ol the original documents cited, whieh the Sound Cmrency Committee, No. .12 William strtet, New York City, hate ns'Mtool their five cent fortnightly pimphlels. The original bill was prepared in tin- - IttaMiry Department by John lay Kiion, then Deputy " Comptroller of the Currency, under the direction ol Sicretnry Houtwcll, and was transmitted to the Senate by him, April 2.S, lS7o, with a report by Mr. Knox explaining the features of the bill the wt.j in which be went about framing it, and specify ins: thechatiees proposed in the eistinglaws. Thebill was entitled "A bill tevising the laws to the mint, assiy offices and coinage ol the United States " and In transmitting it Mr. Boutwell called attention to the report nccompmying it. The report by Mr. Knox explains his method of preparing the bill. After collecting all the existing laws nnd aininging them, he ptepared n dntt i fa bill and sent copies for e aiiuuntiiyii and ctiticism to some thirty experts, including officials and rt the mint and Treasury, Mmiliar with mintage nnd the metli,-o- ds (l accounting, and other gentle-iiit- n in this country and abroad, kno'tn to be intelligent upon metals lutgicnl nnd uittuisiuatical subjects In this original dialt he dropped the stindaid silver dollar of 412 grains iroin the coinage and substituted for it a dollar ol 3S4 grains, equal to two or four quarters, piece, which or to a French p r rel-itifive-lran- c Powder PURE oie The bill first pissed the Senate on January 10, 1S71, by a vote of 36 to Senator Shctmau voted against 14. it nnd Senator Stewart voting for it. Some time alter that and alter thebill had become a law, Senator Stewart said on one occasion in the South: "I want the standard gold, and uc paper money not redeemable in gold." On February 20, 1874, Senator Stewart said in n speech in the Senate: "By this process we shall come to a special basis, nndnvhen the laboring man receives a dollar it will have the purchasing power of n dollar, and he will not be called upon to do what is impossible tor him or the producing classesto do, figure upon the exchanges, figure upon the flunctuations, fig. ure upon the gambling in New York, but he will know what his money is wotth. Gold is the univeisal standard of tfie world. Everybody knows what a dollar in gold is north." The Senator's opinions haveehang- ed as Ins interests have changed. The bill attracted little nttention while it was pending. The people thought little of it, and the newspapers had little to say abnutit. There were two reasonslor this. One was that it was looked upon as a sort of abstract and theoretical matter, as wp were not using either gold or silver at that time, and the other was that our silver dollar had never been a coin of circulation. It was not belore 1834, because Jefferson stopped its coinage in 1S05, and there were none to circulate; and because, after 1834 and 1837, owing to the change of ratio, the dollar was worth more ns bullion than as coin, nnd was melted as soon as it got into The fact is, sonic silver men been honestly mislead by con. lusing the circumstances attending the enactment ot the Kevised Statutes with those connected with the net of The net of 1873 dropped the 1873. silver dollar but felt the old silver coins, it there were any, still legal Revised Statutes, which tender. codified all the laws in force, tvetc ndoptediu 1874, and by a sllgbtchange in language, deemed immaterial nnd practically iinimpottaut, nil silver was demonetized. That was not noticed for some time alterward, nnd those statutes were finally adopted hurriedly nnd without.debate Louisville Commercial. tious." hate containing thoio Southern Hoots anil llerbs which an l'ruvlilcnco lia placed In countries urhotu I tier DUinecii numt prevail. It will cure all Dlieaie caused by DerangeI Iver and Hotels. ment ol the Ihs StMPIOMS n( l.iver Complaint ars a hitter nr hail tnste In the mouth! Pain In tfle Hack, Side, or Joints, often mistaken for Rheumatisms Sur stomach) Loss o( Appetite; llowels alternately costive nnd lax Headache, Loss o( Mcmor), with n painful sensation of havlmr. failed to itii nnmctlilnic which ouglit to liavo been done) Debility) Low 5plrlU, n thick tho Skin and i:)cs,adry ough often mistaken for Consumption Sometimes many of these symptoms often the disease, nt others vory few) but the I.IVkH is Kenorally the seat of tho disease, and If not Regulated In time, irreat suffering, wretched, nessand DGATH will ensue Tho following highly esteemed persons attest to the tlrtui of Mmmons liver Regulator! den IV. S Holt, Pres Ua S tV.R K Co) Rev. I. It I elder, Perry, II a. Col. IS K. Sparks, C Masierson.Fso; Mi.rlff IllbbCa, bat Hon AlexanderItsII. Stcplienv "We liaie tested virtues, personally, and know that for !spepsla, biliousness and Throbbing Headache It Is thebest medicine the world ever saw. We trlnl forty other remedies before Simmons I Iver Kcgulator, but none gave ns more than temporary rillef) but tho Kegu. latnr not only rilkMd, but cured us" ED. Th.LL.OKAI II ANii Ml ist. vol II, Macon, bo. MSNtiAeriiKin osuv try J. II. 7CILIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PROFESSIONAL JllH.H. Ulcllll, CARP. 11 .I.N.It. (Milling LAWYERS, (Ollice, over Anderson's GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. Hsiasr ) Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. Ilnn'M Tint? We offer One Hundred Dollars Res ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure Tames .A.. Saaaitli, ATTOlfi Y F.JCHKFF.Y&CO..Props.,Toledo.O. We Hie undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions nnd fin nncially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. Wrsr& Truax, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Wamjimj, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole do. Ohio. 11 p ' AW IfAItTFOIlD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given ti Office-- east side of purlii collections. square. M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken illy, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system. HARTFORD, KY. Price 75c. pel botttle. Sold by all Will practice thier profession in all Druggists. Testimonials tree. tho Courts oi Ohio nnd adjoining Hall's Family Pills nrs the best. counties, nnd in the Court ot Apt peals. Special attention' given to Office, next door to Remember 13. L. Hitllington is the collections. boss barber nnd will do your work Bank of Hartford. quick nnd easy. inter-- . KtiorneysaiLaw HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, 47-4- For Sale. At a bargain a Scholarship in the Lexington Business College. Attorney at Law. Beaveb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Apply at this office. : the hands of the silventes. A great many bills are introduced Ghnts: I write this letter because I believe you have made a discover Hartford, Ky. in a cough, cold, throat and lung remWill practice his profession in all edy that the people ought to have. I tho courts of Ohio and adjoining reler to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. I counties. Also Notary Public. have thoroughly tested it and know Office, iu Commercial Hotel. its wonderlul merits. It cures. Any one who ever needs aremedy of be never this kind should without a bottle ol Dr. Bell's Pine AT TITO MTTDIIS Tar Honey. Jerky M.PoRTriR, Glass and Queensware, Paduchah, Ky. Jan, 15. 1895. For sale by X. Wayne Gnffin&Bro., Hartford,. Ky. druggist, and Renfrow Bros , Narpractice WILL courts of his profeseion in all rows, Ky. Ohio and adjoining counties ana uourt ot Appeals, especIln Prompt. Don 't live n single hour in your ial attention given to collections. Office next door below Common life with-ou- t doing exactly what is to cial Hotel. be done in it, and going straight through it from beginning to end. O. :iVE. Work, play, study, whatever it is, take hold at once and finish it up HARTFORD, KY. squarely; then to the next thing, his profession in all th without letting any moments drpp Will practice anil courts of Ohio adjoining counties between. Careful attention will bo given to a It is wonderful to see how many business entrusted to his 'care. Col hours these promptpeoplecontrive to lections n specialty. Office over Ohi County Bank. Also Notary Public. make of a day. It is as if they picked up the moments the dwadlers lost. 3E3. DE. 3NTE3jflLlj, Anil if you ever find yourself where (Gonnty Attorney) you hate so many things pressing upon you that you hardly know how JC&w. to begin, let me tell you a secret: HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Take hold of the very one that comes to hand, and you will find the rest Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to colwill all fall into line, and follow after lections. Office in Courthouse. sollike a company ot diers; and though work may be hard JNO. B. WILSON, to meet when it charges In a squad, It is easily vanquished if you can bring HARTFORD, KY. it into line. You may have often seen the nnec-,do- tc SPECIAL attention given to col making abstracts, Ac, of the man who was asked how also Notary Public lor Ohio County. he had accomplished so much in his Offico North side ot public square. life. "My father taught me," was the reply, "when I had anything to B. E. LEESIMMERMAN, do to go and do it." There Is the secretthe magic word now Lutheran. Hartford, Ky. L E. Sutherland" Med. Co Attorney at Law, R. B. WEDDING W.H. BARNES Attorney at Law, Aiiorney at well-drille- d Attorney at Law Attorney at law AVill practice his profession in all the His Li d Gone. M.M. Nicholson, who lives at the corner of Curran and Anderson Sts Atlanta, Ga hid a cancer for years. It first appeared on his lip and resembled a fever blister, but spread rapidly and soon Jicgsn to destroy the flesh. His father nnd uncle had died from Cancer, and he sought the best medical aid in different cities, but it seemed to check the disease. Several operations were performed but the cancer always returned. This continued for years until the partition in his nose nil'l lll I'UUIV U'- per lip were eaten away. All treatment having proved futile, he looked upon death as the only relief. "Some one re. commended S.S.S." Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. )r.. i. Office 416 Upp. cimaer Sl'CClAIeTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILI.il, IND. First st. Attorney at Law, HlIRTFORD, KY., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining couuties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office on Market Street, over L. B. Slovens' grocery. J. B. VIOKEBS, that ' the silver dollar, halfilitne and three ct nt piece are omitted in the proposed bill." Heidm the provisions in the re port of Mr. Knox and a repott sub. niittfdbvMr Hlllntt, of the Treasu-rDepattiucnt imd sent to the Senate in June, JS70, which heidlngs were prlr'c' in r I'lilii letters, st forth, in ill d ten instances, thnt thedis- ,c iiitinii Hire nf the silver do'.hr was j.ropond. No member could look y 1 1 It was not long before the progress ol the disease in its cd checked use. and remarkable as it may seem, I am completely cured, and feel like I to pay debts tt Ith, and by the inflahive new life. S.S.S. Is the most retionists, who wanted more money markable remedy in the world, and whether it was good or bad, nnd by eteryone will ngree that the cure was u wonderful one." nil the old greenbick and fiat money cranks, began to make a great fuss Cancer is lu the blood and it is folly about the silter dollar ot our lathers, to cure it. S.S.S, and which as a general thing our to expect au operation leuaianteed ttutclv ieettable is a real never saw lu thel r litcs fathers remedy for ctery disease of the blood nooks ma lieu There was nothing new or start- free, address Swift Specific ling in the dropping of the stiver dol-l- Co., Atlanta, d mmwm tinued uriu r,w-it fF viwa ,i few bottles afford. led some relief; thin encouraged I con he says, "and 1 it, and HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in nil the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining couuties. Special at Office tendon given to collections. with County Attorney. An Protect your Ideas) they may bring you waalla. CO , K.Wnl AMor. JOHN WKDPEllUUHN Writ aeys. Waihlnt lou, I) o , for their JU1 iirlta oner and list vt two lundr4 tuveotlous wanted. Attorney at law ABMISTEAD JONES, A Real Blood Remedy. Wanted-- Idea JSSS& ar and certainly nothing "surreptU Qa, sss Tobacco users will find in another column, au Item of decided interest to them, headed "Don't Stop Tobac co.' -- -( rr1ffl' .13J. Hartford Republican Mtn ,. AMi;ns... l'llIIlW, Jl'NKiG i.Sofl. .IMItnr, Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. Rates nnd Tonus. rtdvaucc. Local notices loc per line first In sertlon nnd 5c ench subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. Calls on candidates and political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices sc per line, nnd must invaribly be paid for in advance, unless party ordering: publication is responsible therefor. Job Work olall kinds promptly and neatly executed. SubsctiiUotis $ 1.25 pet annum In Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1896. For Congress, Hon. Jno. W. Lewis. RETROSPECTION FORECAST. I AND We have seen it stated that the upper or eastern end of tbUCungresiiou-a- l district is almost olid for Hon J. W. Lewis for congress. We are glad to learn that Mr. Lewis stands so well nearly represents that principle near- before his people who are his neighest and dearest to Republican hcarU. bors. Rut we will sav here that it McKinley was and is that man. the upper or eastern end of this dis- gives Mr Lewis as large a major- Hence his notable victory over the Uy as this end of the district it must politicians of the land. His nomination is the work of the people, and is let no grass grow under its feet a rebuke to bossism and bad politics, When the votes are counted we pre- uict unit tins ena ot too district is II found as solid for Mr. Lewis as the The platform is all that any lle end or auy other end. This could desire. Adherance to eastern publican in a spirit of friendly rivalry. the protective tariff sytem is proclaimed in words that admit of no miscon Tin: Hartford Jferald should not struction; they can not be misunder- devote too much of its valuable space stood. The straddle ou the financial to the coming Democratic conven question which Democrats predicted, tion, nnd the Republican candidates and for which they earnestly hoped, for President and Vice President, and did not occur. politics in general. There is the The financial plank also is a plain, question 'of negro domination over manly declaration of principle, about which tho Jferald lias been greatly which there can be no whipping alarmed since Gov. Rradley was round the stump; there can bo no elected. If tho J) a aid devotes its doubt as to its meaning. It faces one entire time to the mutter first way only, and that is toward a curnamed, we might awake some rency that is as sound as the governtine morning and find tho whole nun-trment itself. In this matter, as in all in tlje hands of tae negroes. The other great questions, the Republican people are depending on the Jferald party; it has to prevent so great a calamity. party is the aggres-iv- o We taken tho initiative. It has not call its attention to this fact. waited for other platform? to be mado; A wor,d to Messrs. Sweeney, Grait cares not what they may be. It has for protection and sound ham, Smith and Murray. Gentlespoken money, and other parties may do as men; Do not waste too much of your time seeking the Democratic they please. On these declarations of faith the nomination for congress in this disRepublican party will enter the field trict. It is merely a phantasmagoria, of battle,prepared to meet all comers. n will 0' the wisp, an It will strike terror to that heterogen which if you follow it, will lead you ous aggregation known as tho Demo. a long and weary chase, aud will That party will enter leave you stranded in tho depths of a cratic party. Re-by foes dismal, lonely swamp. Do not seek the contest divided. Wo advise you thus within and without, it can not stand it gentlemen. ns your good friend. This is an exbofore tho onslaught of the enthusias-y ignis-fatnuet The Republican convention lias Mc met and completed its labors. Kinley and Hobart are our standard bearers. The nomination of Mr. is one of the most remarkable events in the political history ot our Opposed from the begin country. liing by the bosses of the party,aud by the shrewdest politicians, he, never', tbcless, triumphed over the greatest political captains of the nge, and developed strength that was surpnsiug to his friends as well as to his foes. There is a cause for his wonderful popularity. The chief corner stone of Republicanism is protection to AmerMr. ican industries and labor. has been so conspicuously identified with our protective tariff policy, that protection and McKin-leyis- m have become synonomous The American people have, terms. within the four years just passed, witnessed the repeal of the McKinley tarifl'law, and as a result of that repeal have seen all business interests fearfully injuried; have seen labor unemployed and great distress everywhere. Thepeoplelongto return to the Relican idea of protection, and its acRepubliccompaniment prosperity. ans in the selection of their candidate at once turned to that man who most y y ceeded in convincing a mpjority of the people that the best iutciest of the country demanded that the Demo, crats should be placed in power. It mi happened that they were. A Democratic President was elected, and both branches of Congress were a' so Democratic. What was the result"' The most complete failure ever witnessed in the whole history ot the country. It has been shown that the presses and Representatives ot the Democratic party cannot be relied upon. They cannrt practice what they preach. They are a set ofiucip. ables and weak limbs. They have had power now longer than they will again for year to come. Time makes mighty changes and in the future some mighty up heaval of public opinion may cast them on top ot the wane. At present there is 110 hope for McKinley will be our Democracy. All hail the near next 1'reeideiit. ' approach of Mclvinleyism! is business disasters and great unrest. BEAVER DAM. The former represent Republicanism, the latter Democracy. Rev Abe Smith filled Kcv Cnscbler's IV nppolntmeut here last Sunday, In conclusion, tho Democratic party Mr Oscar McKctitiey, Rochester, will soon name its candidates and has been nt home this week. No one Mr II D Hunt has been at Mud promulgntc ils platform. kuuws whom the candidates will be. River this week visiting his parents. A large crowd of boys were In CromThere is n gro.it scramble among prominent Democrats, to avoid tho well last Sunday evening. Mr M T Hays, Rochester, spent nomination than there is tu obtain it. Sunday in town, the guest of Mts J The platform will cither declare for P McKenney, who has been quite ill free silver or make a sttnddle Then for several days. the battle will open. Mr D G Young, Rockport, was in It is not difficult to sec the result. town Sunday afternoon on his wheel A long suffering people arc anxious nnd as he don't like to be written up to take a whack at that party which in the newspapers it will not do for has been in power during the last four me to tell you ns he was ncarlngour year, and which promised so much little city he saw sonic pretty girls, and done so little. When the Demo- nnd they having his undivided attencratic party is out of power, it can tion his ,hccl of course went to the and does make a considerable stir by ground, giving Mr Young quite n It is hoped he is not assailing everything Republicans do, "dusty" look. and by holding out promises of great sufTiring from his tittle accident. Mrs W A Austin nnd Miss Ktntua things if the peoplo ihould intnutit Barnes have been ill this week, but with the reins of government. For nro much better nt this writing .'!0 years it has abused the Republican Miss Ttene Hays, Rochester, has party, accusing it of being the friend been with her sister, Mrs McKenney, of capital and the enemy of labor for several daj s. Uy misrepresentation and proline Miss Attyc Austin and Mr Harry promises of better things, they sucMonroe made a c.ill in ilaitfoiil Sun- R dn neighborhood, tho gucstof Misses Si.villn nnd Lydia Wnrd. Mr. Win. Williams and daughter, Miss Emma, Barren county, are the guest of Mrs. Rilla Milligau, aud other relatives. Mrs. Weiushciuicr and daughter, Mrs. Mary Collins, Hartford, were the guest of Horry Rial and wife last Anloii-l- Mothers y Sunday. Win. Wnrd and wife, spent Satur- day night and Sunday with Wilburn Tinsloyaiid wife, Kindcrhook. W. H. Cundifl mado a political speech at tho school house Saturday night on tho frco silver question. Quite a crowd ot hearers were prcs-cu- t. Mrs. Lydia Lnshbrooks, Mr. Ellen Harnett, Mrs. Jane Stevens and Miss Ora Harnett, spent last Thursday at Heaver Dam, the guest of Mr. Charles Stevens and family. Mrs. Ed Ward is visiting her nioth cr, Mrs. Isaac JJenuctt, nt this writing. Homer Lindley and John Thomus, Livcrmore, visited friends and rcla-tivin this vicinity Saturday night and .Sunday. Rev. W. J. Cain filled his regular appointment nt Livermore Saturday night and Sunday. A Paku-Hy- , er by consumption in early ycai'N that there in leal cause for anxiety. In tho eatlv stages, when not beyond the reach of medicine, Hood's Sata-parlll- a wilt restore the quality nnd quantity ot tho blood nod thus givo good health. Head the following letter: "It In but Jimt to write nlwut my daughter Corn, aired 10. tiho wan completely run (low n, declining, limlthnt tired feeling, (i tut frlemln unld rbo would not live oer tlireo months. Hlie had a had their daughter. So many are cut oft wutcli declining health ot Ml Bicycles - igieyeles Are ood and - Prices HE i'm0 I mm r iii.pn Cough nnd nothing cecmed to do her any good. I happened to read about Hood's Bamapit-rttl- n and had her give It n trial. From tlio very first done nhe began to get better. Alter taking a few bottlea alio waa completely cured and her health haa been tho beat ever since." Mhs. Addik 1'kck, 12 IUIIroad Place, Amsterdam, X. Y. "I will say that my mother haa not dated my en no in as strong words a I would have done. Hood's HarsaMrllla has truly cured mo and 1 mil now wall." Coha 1'kck, Amsterdam, N. Y. Ik-- euro to get Hood's, becauso ) Bicycle rcpuirng; ol all kinds done promptly ililL w r 0 GBHNf, 209 Allen Street, .fc5L"Sr. OT7V3i:KrSJE2 o 33.0 ' j Now that Mr. McKinley has been nominated by the Republican party, we are informed by Democrats that he is weak in will power; that he is Ill O yes, vacillating and irresolute. People this year in casting their certauny so iroui a jJemocratie votes will be guided largely by tho standpoint. It takes a d "Then and Now." courageous inuu like G rover CleveThen that is under Republican golden reign of land to givo us administration, hard timos were un- peai'caml plenty. In proof of which heard of. Then business men had witness the icmarknhlu prosperity of confidence in tho government and tho country during the four ycais were ready to invest their capital. jutt past. Then, tho laboring man found emMa. Haiiiiv Pum.ium who is conployment at good wages. is distress everywhere. nected with the Louisville Rase Rail Now, there La bor seeks employment ami finds it team in somo capacity, probably as not. The public confidence has been manager, was cut out for the law, at destroyed and capital is being with- least ho graduated from law school, This accouutH in drawn. Tho publio debt which was if wo mistako not. u largo iiieiisuio perhaps, for the winbeing reduced under Republican being rapidly increased ning tight thu colonels arc making What n lawyer does underDemocratie rulo and rum. Then for last place. the not know about base ball, or any under Republican administration people knew what they would get tu other subject for that mutter, is not the way of legislation, Now, although worth knowing. strong-minde11 11 Democracy hosts. tic Republican The hand will meet its Waterloo. Meanwhile writing is on the wall. Democratic hearts are already quak ing. ceeding bad year for Democrats. , I. K .1 V I R i many promises have been made, tho people expect nothing, bccaimo the Democrats have shown clearly their incapacity to fulfill . their campaign pledges; The Democratic party is incapable of enacting laws that will givo relief Upon a comparison, to tho people therefore, people will find no trouble in deciding wliero their votes should bo cast. On ono hand is prosperity nnd confidence, oud on tho other hand Tin: Louisville Rase Rail aggrcga. tion is making' a magnificent struggle At present there is place. for overy indication that they will succeed in getting it. at Tni'iti: will be a rattling light this fall between tho Populiita and Demo crats for the portion of tail cndcrH, with the odds largely iu favor of the latter. While crowd of Republicans will riMJUvLiUiLiiTiimrCJ All USl Ilt. 1 CURLS B ti. vaSKHbiliJSl-AriteUJH- fr.u.fu.".ft yasaSJ?- U" WMlht H continue to journey to Canton to con gratulate 'ii."iuiiiii-!- , yet this tar he Iim life cua-iei- ., I l with hi ho-m- ami his M Commander in Chief, him increased from 18 ki the fifty-ccoiiand the immediate effect would be to congress to 125 in the jircHunt O. M. Wilson. reduce the $010,000,000 to jSOo.OOO,. liouKn. Thero nro no signs of gains for ? STi Collection, doxolegy, benediction. silver anywhere this yeur. 000, ihe present value of silver per Ton r tli. Being unnbla to elect either Puiily your blood with Hood's Sir ounce in the coins, thus contracting n rireflident or a house upon this issue, the currency of the country to this do Its supporters hope to throw the elec- saparilla, which will give jou an up our stomach nnd additional amount, making a total tion of a president into the house? In petite, tone tliut case the choice of the republican strengthen your nerves contraction of 5017,000,000. candidate Is absolutely certain. i. What would he the effect on the Conceding that the. free, sliver demi.niiMtri. '"antlers nrenbout through plowing. ocrat will be ublo to wrltu their Idea paper in our currency if we should what can It Whc.it crops substitute the silver standard for the Into the platform,conventions for profit Corn iw looking well. If not ticm? W'hatnre existing gold standard? ur are not so abundant as thty were taut to improve the conditions of stiec-eto put tho party In the wny of a triumph year. A. The 175,000.000 of paper toThe jounir ptople stent h jolly day, worth 100 cents to the dollar on In tho near futuro? Ib tho free silver uLautalJy.J.BL fftd all there is of democracy for our time last Sunday nt Liberty preparthe existing gold standard, would at Mends nt the west nnd south? ''Only ing their work for children's day, No. 111. TiTain St. Owonsboro, Ky. once decline to 50 cents on tho dollar common senso U neeeiBary" to show present which will be ob.sercd next Sunday utter on the silver standard, bused on tho tlicm the X. Y. futility of their course. World. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Smith gave a 100 PICTOKES price of silver the immediate birthday party last Saturday night in HllTcr una the Fall In I'rlcra. or Tin: effect being to reduce the value of the The Philadelphia American, a paper honor of their daughter, Miss Oma. GREAT ST. LOUIS CYCLONE ambllshod in a round money city, but A large crowd nttendtd and a good paper now in the currency to 'devoted to tho cause of free coinage, IN WHICH in a recent Issue, the stale old as- time wns repo:ted 250 LINTS WIWH T OST, AND Q. Hy nbindoniiig the existing sertion that it is the adoption ot the Chinii is 011 the sick list. Luther J20.000.000.00 OP PHOPP.RTY gold standaid for the silver standard, gold standard which has caused such The lightning struck Mr. Hun 'a, inaitied decline In prices. Dl'STKOYHD. Without what would be the first net result? Stevms' house last Monday night. These vicwB nic all t.iken from acgolng into the icneral question of the A. The loss to tho country of $1,- - effect which the qunutity of money in Considerable dnnnge was done, but tual photograph, mid show more plainly than in nnyothcrway tlietcr 151,500,000, every dollar worth 100 a country has on the prices of (roods, the family escaped without injury. & CO. nlile destiuclion lull ou tho trnck of it is only needful to point to tho fact Miss Susie Monroe, ot near Mt. cents by reason of the existing gold 'rhat prices have fallen just the same the storm. It is in hook form, prin-ti- d relastandard. Ilrilill I'lMII llir Slllt'. In countries on a silver basis as in Pleasant, is visiting fiiends and on fine paper, ions to be easily I am now running the Amos Miller Q. What do you deduce from this? those rising gold. Wheat Is cheaper Id tives here this week. tucscrvul, and should be in the homes ol ell Mr. Tom Stewart is on the sick-lisIt is not likely America will Coal n.ink, miles South of Dart-lorA. That wo need till tho money we America thnn it was Home Jfora ago, 'It. hi also cheujior In Intta.itnd Hiwjiln, Mr nnd Mrs. John Hudson, Miss on the llaitlordnnJCcralvo load, ever again be visited by so disastrous luivo and that wo iranl every dollar to slli-c- r standard comKWes in tact, Maud Hudson, Mrs. Heary Hudson, a Tornado, henre actual photography and am prep.ued to furnish coal lor ol the scenes will he a curiousity for kGt.1 ltrpvdy the cornetlrion 0 thl ho worth 100 cents. , of Denver Dam, visited in this neigh-wheat which hu all who iriiy want it 'Ihe bank is yearn to come Nothing like this i. How can wo keep all tho moiioy down tlio price of the Americanbroiifijil bothood last Sunday. wheat. now iu good tunning older and I am book has ever bseu isiucd in so .short we have and keep every dollar worth Can the American explain why the Miss Lucy Ilerrymau is visiting getting out the very btst coal. All a time. It coutains.picturcs of nil the cheap sliver of Iiussln and India has 100 cents? taken the next day wagons lor coal nre 'filled promptly, principal friends and relatives nrnr Hartford. not kept up prices la thoe countries! ns I keep a large lot just ready to alter the storm, bcloie the work of reA. Ry preserving the existing gold Dora Di'ani If uslnff moro silver woukl Iwneflt our building had commenced. Tliistnng. load, Instruct your driver to get his standard. farmers by frivlnfr them higher prices, coal from mo and you will get good nlficrnt book will be sent by mail, why has it not done so where sliver li Mti.vr i'i, Put this little currency catechism co.tl, good weight, und utiothir thing postpaid, on receipt ol 30 cents in tho only money used? How can we stamps or silver Don't let this on- Aunt DorcasTichcnor.who has been you will l.u miic to call ogam. in your pocket. Leader. e.peet that a bushel of wheat will buy very siclr, in aininj yticriKtli slowly. poitunity pass of securing the only Yours truly, more goods If measured by silver dollars, complete and authentic photographs Ill' Sure Vim Arc lllclil L. T. 1'OiTKlt. tl Mrs. Dennis Myers is recovering of the Greatest Storm liver Known to And then go ahead. It your blood is when It Is found thntin countries which hau nhvuvs had the sliver standard from he recent illness. Have Visited America. Address impure' your oppetitc tailing, your wheat brings no more than in America? I'crHiiiiul, Mrs. Or. Cornell and daughter, who I'UIILISHP.KS' SUPPLY CO. beThese nro questions which the ncives weak, you may be sine that medical lelcreucc 67 A 69 Kinllie Uuilding, I'm!!'. St, Louis, lievers In sound money have been asking have been visiting the lamily ol John book to any person tlllictnl with any Hood's Sersripnrill.i iswhntyou need. ever since the present ngltnMou for free Lindley have returned to their home pptchl, chronic or delicate disease Then take no substitute. Insist upon MiriUK. eolnngo was started. Is It not about in Iowa. peculiar to ttielr sex. Address tnc I want mn nnj worrun In the Unltod Hood's and only Hood's Thiols the time that the sllvcrites tried to answer is visiting his leading physicians and surgeons of ElBtct Inturuiteil in th. Opium nnd Wlilikr Claude CofTtitati uaWU to liuro ouo of my bonL on thcie illt them? medicine which has the largest sales grandfather, Ud II. James, ofUutler the United States, Dr. Hathaway & oaifi. Aililrex II. M. WiHilley, Atlunt, Ut.. iu the world. Hood's Sirsaparilla is llox 08, ami 000 will l lout )ou froo. Co., 70 Dcai born Street, Chicago. county, this week Cliilililnir lliilr. 43-- 1 r. the One True Wood 1'urilW. We will send This Kiii'uni.iCANand Kcv. Jesse Shacklett, of McLean 1'iirNiiIi'. Hood s'l'ills ate prompt, eflicient, either of the following named papers county, attended prayer meeting nt Tii I'olliellini ol hi'. On Monday July ci, 18911, I will of. always lettable, easy to take, easy to for one year for the amount opposite V. P. Brown's Saturday night. 'All persons who still owethelr taxes fer lor salu tit the Court House door each name. o'clock p. nt. Mr. J. II. Patterson, ufter spending in Ilnrtron' School District No. i in Hnftioid, Ky., nt Look over the list and operate. see what you nted nnd give us a call: a week in Ilemleison 'looking for n lorthe jenr 1805, nre especially usked for school tnxes due District No. 95, .Miiiinji, Ohio county, tho Worrel Mountain Courier-Journa- l $8.25 location, has returned home. to pay the same nt once nnd thereby Coil Mines, Tho farmers nre quite busy, some Daily and Situ. J.no. Kino, Trens. " without Sunday " 6 25 Stevens, the hustling save the cost of levy, Ac. Prof. S. C. are not through planting corn owing y 1 75 agent, was in our midst this week, T. J. Smith, Collector. at to tho wet weather. The crop will bo . , . . 1 75 Weekly Courier-JournW.K.James spent iiait ol this week cut short, tobacco is looking well. Whenever a druggist ttlls ou he Louisville Commercial , . , , 1 25 fishing. S, K. Dennett, wifo nnd two chil.somethlngjustasL'ood iorcoughs, 1 25 N, Y, Tribune Some farmers are done planting has Brip, etc., as Dr. Hell's PineTnrllous dren, Kinderhook, spent Saturday N.Y. World others', on account of I ey don't you believe it, for we guar-- . 65 corn, while P, W. Baghy, n prominent Inwyei night and Sunday with J, H. Rennctt Chicago Inter Ocean 1 40 heavy rains, nre not. ante that it is not true. Wc make of Paducali, Ky sayd that Dr. Bell's and family. 1 25 PinetTar Honey cured his children of Home & Farm Mr. Lacy, ol Daviess county, was the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it The K. li. whooping cough when nil things else Mrs. Lyiliu Lanhbrookn, Hrowns We would be glad to scud you any with us ou n hunt this week, lailed. It's n'tiewreuicdy Iorcoughs, Sutherland Co., Paducali, Ky, Wc are nearly ready to throw our This .,.,oj, U ...u ,,i.n of hprnitor, Mr. of the above unined pupvrs. Por sale byJ! Wnyne OrlDin &Hro,, ("uunnlee by nil dealers. Por sale Klleu Harnett, at this writing. offer is good for new eiibscrihers and hats up und hurrah for McKluley nnd druggist, and Renfrew Dros, Narrows. by ',, Wnyne Grifiin & Bro,, druggist Miid Ola Ward spent lust week I a old. ones who pay one year in advance his party. Let's go to work MclC, nnd Renlrow Bros,, Narrows! Ky, Ky. d Children's Day services will beheld regular appointement here last Sunin the M K Chinches uf the Denver on account of sickness. Messrs. Funk Casebier, Bro. T. Btron day D.iui circuit as lolloivs: Barnes and John Metcalfe spent Sun-di- y J. Acton filled the appointment. S nil ty June 2it,ll, at Heaver O nil. Mr. Willie Thomas is teaching a in Potdsville. Arm: Services as follows: Sermon to childa.- singing school at Fairview school-housrr ""mat. .,.! '"r. Mlli' Pln l'lll. ren at 11 a. in., special program nt 8 Jill uatn banished ty Dr. M!lo' Tain rats Our Sunday School is getting along p. 111. Sunday July 5th at II iintlto A I. Illli. In rr .'lie rtiKrlil-m- . Services as follows: Sermon M childnicely. Q. What is the whole body of curren at 10:30 n. 111., special progtamnt Mr. Rodney Camp is visiting relarency of the United States to;dny? lap in. Sund ty July 19 nt ricisiut tives near here this week A. Paper, $475,000,000; silver, Sermon to Mr. R. S. Cooper made a flying Hill. Services as tollows: 8(110,000,000; gold, Sl!I2,000,000. Dinner on .children at II 11.111. trip to Heaver Dam last Saturday. is the existing money . What Miss Ida Dauiel.near Olaton.Jis vis- - grounds, followed by special program standard ot the country? opening at 2 p m ing tnends and relatives near here. A good time is expected at each A. Gold, by means of which all the Messrs. J. W. Sowders and C. A. atsilver and all the paper arc worth 100 Wilson attended the entertainment at place and everybody is invited to O M. Wilson. Pastor. tend. cents to the dollar. Rosine last Friday night. Q What would be the effect if we There will be several from this I'roicr'Miimc should abandon the existiug gold community attend the barbecueat Nar- Tor Children's Day exercises nt Heaver Dam, June s.S. Title ot program: rows next Saturday. standard? Our Young Crusades." If you read Tun Rkpuiimcax you A. All the gold would leave the Cuililien's Maich 7 30 p. m Aniuirson. country in accordance with the never are up with the times. Opening with singing 8.00 p in. questioned law that a Fupirior money By reference to our Ilardinburg Home l'tr.st division ot crusaders will not remain in a country where an letter, found elsewhere in thwe col- Grounds Co'or beircrs Miss Deliinferior money i the standard. umns, it will be fcuml that the Popu- lah Steven 4. admit that gold is 10 times lists of Breckinridge county have dePrimary exercises, title: "Cold Wamoro valuable tbnn silvpr. That clared their intention ot keeping in ter Army ' Capt. Claud McKennei . . wlmt the ..ratio of lnea0J-tnc- t t0 the "middle of the rond," whatever AntUSaloon Cadets Capt Claud In trutl)( t0.(Iay goU u 32 times mQn Chick. that may mean. valuable than silver. Good Conduct Hand (dialogue) The Democratic Bltnatlnn. i. What amount of money would Cap:. Miss Maud Hudson. Singing If tho faculty of Bering facta nnd the be thus withdrawn from the country Inblllty to reason upon thrni hnve uotde-j-arte- and responsive reading. if the silver Maudard should be sub' r democrat, from the Second division of Crusaders: State stituted for the gold standard? they will not uttmpt to commit the na- Trotectors Color bearers Miss Oiuu tional comcntlon to their theory. A. Six hundred and twelve million The facta of the politico" Hltimtlon Hoover. dollars, contracting the currency to lirtefly nre: Good Citizenship Brigade Capt. that amount and crippling the counllrst. That tfie democratic pnrty Win. Likens. Siiui been defeated in eery presidt'iitla! try accordingly. Capt. Loyal American League election since the war when it leaned Q. It the silver stuudard were subs toward financial unsoundness nnd haa Miss IMna Stevens. Singing and responsive reading. stituted for the existing gold standard, been successful in ecry content Iu Mhlch. it stood for honest money. Third division of crusaders Church what would be the effect on the $010, Second. That it cannot carry a Defenders. 000,000 ot silver now worth 100 cents borRtato or the northern Color bearer Mif.s Charlie Itnilcy. to the dollar? der states for free snHer and Capt. Mim Conquering Legion would be beaten dtsantroualy A. The putire quanity of silver Jn tiie election upon that Ih&uc. nulah Coots. dollars would bo worth their weight Third. That it cannot hope to carry Students recruits Cnpt.A. M. Johniu silver per ounce, which varies from the house of rcpTientutlrt's'Hjon that ismic. Tho majority agulnat fiee colli-ng- son. week to week like the price of wheat, day afternoon. Miss S.ide Austin returned from ca.m: it in. pjriners are very busy plowing Louisville Sum! iv evening with her corn nnd cutting wheat. The wheat ejes much improved. Ouito .1 crowd ot oung folks antic-ipite- a ci op is very light tliisjcar. Corn pleasant trip to P.vansville and oats nre looking well. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday on the Rev. I. D. Duncan failed to fill his Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the Oik1 pin'l.thli, areimrrl) Hood' ..... 1UM mid UurBclil Mo. I liillrir liny l'n p.iri'd mil) True lllood l'urlflfr. Allitrupcl'ts. It. l) ('. I. Ilml & Co., IahiiH, Mail. Grason. 11 e. ' J Wp5 Represented by TI1I1 . : UV CARSOST WOOL. WOOL. & GO. tes l rnirkot unit nun li thn lvt tioun In rhlii M. M'.i n,V li tho utrul ..l. Tituv, on ii.iulir'.m.nu. lkl.!i w Iuto lrl.tlo thin othtr Iikuki In; htrlng intny mt rrturlr lo urr'r. WpKft you thu top prlcn ana py it uh hiiI ! u.ilo. .mi irari'iiuK njienis. snip kii your wool nun rarin yroauev ulmt u 110 Third Strott, or 313 to 310 Murrell Court, LOU1BVILLK, KY. tltr HERNDON CARTER CO. r a; Bicycles! a Bicycles!! o We have cut the prices on our d free-silve- Entire I,nv Or WiiclcS Our TIP TOP"Wh eels Reduced 1o su $50.00. Victor, Napoleon, Barnes, jMonarchs, Overlands. 5 pin-f-l- e one-hn- lf eonw-qjxntl- y & OR CATALOGUE And Special e Cash Discount, as we will save you money. Jiicycfe nuiKirios At I?rie5 Jepairin done on short notice. Od Steltlea: y, 500 Bushels S'i.'J",-500,0- 00. corn Of Shucked (not shelled) will he taken in exchange for goods. lloCKtilt 2, t. J)" d i:s.m'. e ei7 1 ... ... Semi-Weckle- Globe-Denioc,r- al Children Cry for Pltchor'8 Castorla. I thrice-n'.wee- k 1 I faiukii June Bargains at iypfi Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. Mr. II, M'l ontiTprloliig of Ujron, III,, writes: "lli'fom I paid much attention to regulating tins botu-Js- , I hardly know 11 well day: but since I learned 1110 evil of constipation, mill tlio eille.icy of tttiin', :i cltlfii well-know- owner I ut have failed Anyone enn hive the cow by proving his properDr A. I' Stnnley nnd lion. C. M. ty nud paying for this advertisement lliruelt went to I'rnnkfoit lust night. nnd other iurideiital expenses, Cnll nt my firm onn mile South of Heaver Dr. II L. King and wile, ol Parn-H.- t. Dam 011 the ilt.wtr Dim und Rocheshave gone to Texni, where they ter road. F M. Dauoiikiitv. will loct'e tf Beaver Dam, Ky , June 24. llu- - Remember Ilulliagtou can (jive you very licit in the toiuorml Hue, POPULIST The Populist of Breckinridge County Meet and Pass Resolutions. Appoint Delegates Their State Convention. to Awarded JUsbsat Honors -- World'j Fair. The season of the yenr is nour at limicl now when we must get rid of our summer goods. Many ol our .Full Goods are bought and will soon begin to crowd in on us, owing to this fact we are compelled to ninke prices that will move our stock. ts Mm. 1? I) Gully nud little daughter, Miss Mercedes, returned to frnnk- fort yesterdny. Do not wear imjiermeablcatid .am 1 tight-fittinhlood-vesse- g S"UL3nm.3HCLea: Handsome styles for waists; ciitprices,25c. Dresden silks worth $L per yard, cut price 79c. Tafleta silks, cut price 1.)b. China silks, all shades, cut prices 40c. Black silks, cut prices 40c to 98c. ' Entire line of 50c woolen dress goods cut to 89c. The above are the lowest; prices ever made on same quality an inspection appreciated. -- 3ill: remedy. My wife had been, previous to our marriage, an invalid for years. She had n prejudice against cathartics, but as roon us she began to use Ayer's Tills her health was I havo not hail day's sickness for over thirty yearn not 0110 attack that did not readily yield to this W AYER'S I'llh, 0110 restored." VERS Cathartic Pills Modal and Diploma To. Restore Slrenyth, at World's Fair. tale Ajer'i Sanaparllli iu:.ii i.it 11.111 it. it. iini. iiii.i'. 7: 1 fin. ii. 11:43.1. m. WI'ST BOUND. Fust Mail Accommodation Way freight Accommodation New Oilcans Limited FAST-BOUND. Summer Wash Goods. Granada Batiste 12ic, cut price 10c. Primrose dimity 12ic, cut price loc. Jaconet D'Alsoce 12 ic, cut price l()c. La Jenne organdies .1.2 ic, cut price 10c. Also full line Ducks, Pcrculs, Marseille, Pique, Linen Batiste, Grass cloth, all at reduced prices. yz$ . . p. m. Xiittp. in. 11:22 p. nt. 1:33 a. in. 5' 2 5 n. lit. The carding machine nt the llart-- f ml Wnter Mills has been completed not be bald, nnd is now running, So bring on 1'i.r .Snlr. your wool nnd get your rolls on short I will, ns Tteastiter of school Disnotice. W. l'ottn&Co. J. trict No. 1 (colore!) offer for sale nt the Court House door in Hnttford, Ky,, In the nnil driving contest last Sat- on Monday, August 3,1896, the propurday night of the Kicknpoo Show erty belonging to the following namthe following named young Indies en- ed tax payers amount of tax oppotered lor the prize: Misses Annie site each name: Walsh, Mary Smith, Corinne Cox, Nnmes. Taxes. Loin Stevens. Misx Smith won the Shanks H look a . .' . . . f,t 00 1 00 Robert Harrett prize. 2 00 Mrs. W. T. Hunter died nt her Isaac Stovall 2 00 home in Hartford last Friday nfter n Sam Moseley 1 00 lingering illness of typhoid fever. Louis Griffin Hen Carter 2 00 Tlie remains were interred in the Mt. Oil the above nmounts there is a Caimel grnveynrd near Iluford Saturfee ol $2.00 ndded to each nccount. day. She leaves n husband nnd four 48 .it John KiVco, Ttcnsurer. chil Ircn to mourn her departure. Not many business houses in these Hon. U.II. Smith, ot Hodgensville, United States can boast of fifty yeats' candidate for the Democratic nomination lor Congress in this district has standing. The business of Dr. J. C. been in town this week. Mr. Smith Aycr & Co. , Lowell, Mass., whose ins is a plcasiut gentleman nnd no doubt comparable Saisnparilln is known nnd will get n good vote in this county at used everywhere, hns passed its and wns never so vigorous the Democratic Primary or convenns nt present. tion. hats that tonstrict the ol the scalp. Use Hnll's Hnlr Reuewer occnsionnlly, and you will CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A 4tl ... Haiidinjiiuko, Ky , June 20. The Populists ol Htecklntidge conn ty met here for the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention nt Paducah. The county committee was nlso reorganized. In the nbseuce of Rltey Dowcll, county chairman, the mictltig was called to order by Dr. Ben Ham ed. About 35 of the untcrified were present, including Hon Joe A. Parker, the State Chairman, of Louisville and Mr. Worsley editor of the Fordsville thick and thin Populist sheet, which is issued occasionally some wliere below this place on the Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis Railroad. Messrs. John Slaton, McMul-lin, mm 1 1 pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Trlliiile I In- - Cincinnati Limited Accommodation Way freight Aecumuiodatioii Fu.st .Vail 0:31 a. in. ;. lit. 7:30 p in. 1:20 IlAKLKN MltKKICK, Agt. Mr. A. I. Nail Oweniboro, Car.sou has returned lrom t Volt cm find anything you iS: Co's. M. e:d nt Attorney C thft Hyuelt lr w.ih in Our celebrated line of Priesmoyers, we Avill close at cut prices. 1.2i3slipper for $1, M) for $1.50 for .$1.35, $2 slipper 1.09, $2.25. These goods Aire iniaranteod to be the best made. Deering Mowing Macimni lor sale by J. W. l'.irrl .Sr C. .. Wayne Giitl'iu iV tiro, or 30 bushels ol meal. Horn to the wile of Rev Crow last Friday, n girl. Hrnu and want 25 R. A. BY BUYINO We I tdiipimlljoc nt '.. U'njno GnlTiii c: Uni'.. yt hunditd Picnic nt Rineyville July 18, 'ofi, $2.75 round trip, on sale July 18, limited to date of sale to return. National Democratic Convention nt Chicago July 7, '96, $tt.lo round trip, onsale July 3,4 nnd 5th, good till July 12 to return. Grand Lodge B. P. O. 15., Cincinnati, $0.35 round trip, on sale July 5 and 6th, good till July 13 to return. Please take notice to the schedule Prof. Win. Foster has returned from Princeton, N. I., where he has been ns shown in the county papers thnt attending Princeton College for the the train service is excellent nnd you He took n post can leave Heaver Dam in the morning p 1st ten months. graduate course nnd has received his nud return in the evening, or on noon Master of Arts diploma. Mr. Foster noon trains either way. Connections was one ol the bsststudents Iti tltc Uni- with other roads 'are good. Coupon versity nnd 111 ide the best grade in tickets on sale for all principal points chemistry thnt hnd been made in the in the United Stntes nnd Cnnida. II. Mhriuck, Agt He has College for several yeais, been ret unedns one of the instructors and will take up his new position in September. Tlli Ktflcii.i.i, Miiiw, Dr. G. M. Kllwood, manager of the Kicknpoo Show, has been giving exhibition iti th Patk ever night since the first of Inst week. The members composing the company nre n gentle manly genteel set of men, and Mrs. F. II wood, who has been ncting ns door keeper has made many friends by her pleasing disposition. Large crowds have been in attendance every night, nnd all have been well paid for going. The show is good. ISvery otherniglitthey charge fee. They have 10 cents admission had a good sale for their medicines since they have been 111 town. Next Tuesday they will pitch tent at Heaver Dam for a few days stay. When was tick, vro gao her Castor!. When fche was a ChllJ, ho cried for OHtorla, When she became Mh, sho clung to Castorla, ' When the haJ CJMren sho gave them CutorU. Rev. Jo. H. Rogers and wife, Dr. J. S. Coleman nnd wile, Rev. !. I. K. Maddox, Rev. J. N. Jnrnngin nnd wife. Rev. U. D. Mnddox, Rev. J. D. Hocker, Messrs. Morris Wilson, Fordsville, Morrison, and Haynesvilie, and several others whose names we failed to learn, were among the Ohio county people who attended the Baptist Convention nt Howling Green this week. ):fiirlmi wv Hiitf'v. are under obligations to no one; buy where we please, and thus enable o pick Try us up many bargains for our trade. and we will prove that we are Loaders in styles, quality and low prices. I for CASH Mrs j. 1C Pendleton has been on the sick list lor sever.il days Master lC.in Kaley, Iiuisville, M. I., llenv-riu- is . visiting his uncle, Mr. All kinds ol the iieshest canned oods at the lowest cis.li price at Grif- fin's. Mr. and Mrs. neher Matthews ate ittcii.liiir the jucss this week. Hartford Sample of fashion. -- au ZEsti-- r Bros. by F. V. 22 6m See Field gies. &z C.itj-o- Co. tile barber. & Co's. s Grilhu's dnifrfctoreis theonh place that serves crushtd l'ruitsnt the soda fountain. l'onrlll nf July ,S..S.'l'inirraiicoI'lriilc For flie sake ot conveuience the Committee has decided to change the Fourth of July Sunday School Temperance Picnic from Alexander school-hous- e to Mt. Hermon Methodist Church at Beda. A very large crowd is expected. Splendid addresses will be made. Subjects to be discussed: "How to kill the liquor business," "How to break n drinking husband," 'Relative of Sundny School Hnef extemperaneous speeches. There is no place in Western Kentucky wliere one can spetid a more pleasant and profitable Fourth of July than at this picnic nt Mt Hermon. The splendid water nud beautiful grove gives it peculiar attractions. Best of music will be furnished. Dinner on the ground. Kverybody is expected to bring a lunch. F.xercises begin at 9:30 n. 111. and close at 4 p. m. This picnic is and an We want your "Sang" nt Carson & Co's. Call on Hullitigton, New shoes nt Pure cr.ih cider .lor rirtle, Hartlord, Ky. New Ntckwcir at Carson & Co's. Oc llolbrook new Bug- New laces nnd embroideries at CarYou can find auj thing you need at son & Co's. Carson & Co's. will give Remember Ruliiugtoti We are needing some money now, you a good easy shave. what about that subscription? Z. Wayne Giiflln & Hro. sell salt nt We want your chickens, ginseng, feathers anil hams. Cahm)N& Co. NOT LONG i" (he business jan, 1.15 per tiniu'l. We pay first-clas- 10c per pound .'or liftum. Cahson & Co. s Re.iptr or Mower, For a nut lone enough to know that there are some people I am pleasing with call on Field & llolbrook. my goods and prices, because they We nre constantly icceiving new continue to trade with me. goods. Caksos & Co. QUALITY iqpumi -- A lot ol Slippers to close at 50c. Are two ol the most important points Ask to see them. Cahson & Co. I to consider in buying anything. We want your leathers make them my specialty In Groceries. Cahson & Co. ''And Prises Get n glass of cream soda with crushed Innts at Griffin's Drug Store. MY METHOD OF Is to buy the best, kell the best, nnd A fishing party lelt Hartlord Monrecommend the best. It is this metha day lor a lew days stay nt Highview od that has brought to my store on Green River. They went well permanent, desirable patrouaga. prepared to camp nnd have n good time. The crowd was made up' as 0 Doing Susineas Remember you can gtt Tin: nnd Louisville Commercial . lor $1.25 per year. gFiere are Simes When Yu Q&n-e' Lay up a Cent, follows: Messrs. J. H. Wilson, W.A. Gibson,, J. S. Glenn, W. H. Render, J. II. Runes, Wayne Render. Hut you 'can always save buying your Groceries ot money by LB STEVENS. Cakson&Co. nt Car- Uring your Hams to us New percals and" jacknetts son & Co's. A lot of slippers to close nt $1.25 worth $2 nt Carson & Co's. We will deliver cream in nny quan- tity day or night. JCWavnh Gmi'i'iN & nno. Walk through an old dense forest and you see nothing but trees, and In spring a host of things will shoot from the ground. These did .not appear before because every thing was not favorable for their growtjj. Mason Fruit Jars for sale by.. Wayne Griffin & Hro. fi.oo nnd $ 1. 25 per dozen. We have n small lot of Tnu Oxfords worth $2.25 which we will close nt ft, 50. S1.9 3 to 7, good Stock. Scott's Ismulslon Oil, of Cod-liv- er with Hypophos-phlte- s, prevents consumption because It keeps the system In such good condition that things are not favorable for the growth of the germs of er oil that disease. Cod-liv7. Wayne Giiflln & Bro. have just makes rich blood; and the received n stenmboat lond of (lour, hypophosphites strengthen This makes the second load for them nerves SCOTT".' this year, These are things that wc never refuse to buy: ginseng, leathers, hams, bacon, chickens nnd eggs. Cahson & Co. Carson & Co. EMULSION has been endorsrd by tlio medical profession (or twenty carl. (Ask jour dociur.) Thli la became It ll always jxlitsbl. always uniform always contain tlie purest Norwegian Cud.llvcr Oil and Hypo, plidephllci. 1'ut up In go cent and fi.oo slits. The auijll alia may b enough to tura yur tough or belp yeur baby. Dr. A K. Stanley, physician of the Ilojikinsville Insane Asylum, was in town yesterday The Ownesboio Farm nnd Labor Mr. Jo H. Vtckers and wile Inve arrived in Ilatttoid and taken rooms nt Journal of last weCk has the following to say regarding the death of n lady Mis Vnupht'M. who formerly lived in this county: Mts. C. M. Haiuett nnd cliililrett "Mrs Emeline Hocker died at her are visiting the family ol Rev. J. A. home near Sutherland on Sunday last Heuuett, Htda, this week. aye 52. She was a most estimable Mr. and Mrs G.T Wcs tei field spent l.idy, nnd her loss will be felt by a last Saturday and Sunday with the wide circle of relatives nnd friends." family of J. I, Miller, at Adaburg. W'tllllllU- Mill IlllllB. The trial of Alonzo Wnlling.jointly Mr. J. M. Mattini'ly is in Chicago this week attending the Millers As- indicted with Scott Jnckson for the murder of Parl Bryan January 31, sociation, 01 which he is Secretaiy. ended, last Thursday at Nowport.Ky., Col. T.H.Deuintee, late Prohibition with conviction and death penalty. candidate for Governor, will bein a The testimony showed that he knew camp meeting nt Sulphur Springs on Scott Jackson's purpose in bringing July the 25th, and continue to Aug- - Pearl Hryau to Cincinnati ever since . uit 3id. January 1. One of' these purposes In the npple eating contest Tuisday was to produce an abortion, another night of the' Kicknpoo ."how, Klvis was to poison her nnd leave her in a Carson was the champion apple eater room, another was to give"hercocaine and won the prize. 11 handsome silver paralie her vocal organs and cut her sugar spoon. head oil and hide it. All the while even to thchlding ot thegirl's clothes Mrs. A. C Hllis left last week for after the murder he was Jackson's Denver, Col., to visit her childien. lie hentd the verdict, with She was joined at Louisville by Mrs. paituer. stolid indifference Thursday afterSallie Peyton Crow. They will be noon. gone several weeks. In our lrtst issue we said the ReunMr. Will Reed, of Louisville, nnd ion woulit be held 4 miles lrom the Mrs. Blanche Moseley, of boat lauding when it should have were married Tuesday been !( mile. 15 very body will be morning at 7 o'clock nt the home of govorned accordingly and beon hand. Mr. G. W. Heard, tiie bride's fnther. The following named persons have The ceremony was performed by Rev. Kldreil K Pate, pastor ot the M. 15. paid their subscription to I'llH since our last issue. J.15. Church, South. The wedding was Miss Sallie a quiet one, only the immediate relaHartford; Davidson, Coleman, IvlUibethtowu; W. T. Ash-b- tives nud Iriends being present, The Rockport; J. A. 1'. Cnuvlurd.Oik-lau- d couple Immediately left for Louisville City, lud ; R. A. London, Rowhere thty will reside. They were bbie; Dr. A. 1 Stanley, llopkinsville. nccompauiedby Miss Willie Twyman, of Hodgensville, nud Mrs Howard, 'niri ViH'N , In Usqr Holing's couit at Fords-vill- e of Louissille. Inst Saturday the case of the I'liurlli ol .Inly i:urliM.N ln llio ('. .V S. ll . It. II. Com' th vs. II, O. Sandusky, et al. The C O & S. W. R. 11. will sell Sandusky was ncquilted nud the othThe court round trip tickets nt greatly reduced er party was convicted. W. S. Mortison, rates on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th limited docket was light. for return until July 7H1. These tickOwetisboro; S. P, Robey, lfordsville; ets will be sold between nil points on H. Vickers and A. Jones, Hartlord, Jo the C. O & S. W.R.R. nlso to points were attorneys In attendance. Ksqr. Wilson's court last Situr-- . on the I. C. & Y. & M. V. K. R, In day at Prentis Sam Mivldox was tried Fxtra coaches will be placed on all tralini nnd special efforts made to acfor using abusive mid insulting lancommodate the 4th of July travel. guage and was acquitted. County Take advantage of this opportunity Attorney 15. P. Neal represented the to visit your friends. Call on nenrest Commonwealth nnd Perry Wtsterfield ticket ngent of C. O. & S. W. R. R. the defense, for limber information in regnrd to In Judge Morton's court Wednestrain service, day the cases ol the ComuiQiiwcaUli ratc3 nnd S. G. Hatch, G. P. A. ngninst Georgia and Annie Thornton for using abusive nud insulting lanTilkftl iiUN 1111 Dstrny, guage to Susan Wilson, and ComAbout 4 weeks ngo a red and white mon wealth against Win. nud Susan pld.d cow came to my house nud has Wilson 011 a peace wnri.mt, and been there ever since. She is about ngninst Susin Wilson fir assault with ta ye.irs oal, nnd is giving milk; a 1 e v'ly wc ipon wer drmUsc I, and markul with crop nnd underfill in a jury empauneled to try Susin Wil- right inr, nnd split in the left. She is I have tried to And the roiigisli. son for lunacy tailed to agree. 1 Ilar-diusbu-rg, . Cain, Wr. Pakk, WM HlINNliTT, ClIAS. F.U.IS Vm. ") ; tions. The following gentleman wero seBucklon's Arnica Salvo. Tin: Bust Salvi: in the world for lected as delegates to represent the Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt county nt the Paducah Convention Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-pe- d viz., Dr, McMullin, Geo. Hamed, Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Fruptions, nnd positively cures Clarence Penick, Riley Dowell, W. F. Cannon, Ezra Tucker, Smith WagPiles, or no pay required. It is d to give perfect satisfneuion or goner, John Slaton, James O'Bryan, motey refunded. Price 25 cents per J. II. Lenuri, aud II. A.Hardin. The box. FOR SALE BY Williams & delegates were unlnstructed. Bell. tf The convention met In the forenoon Ayer's Pills promote the natural at about half past ten. In the aftermotion of the bowels, without which noon Mr. Joe Parker delivered an ad there can be no regular, healthy oper- dress to the people at large. Mr, Parker is a good looking young man ations. For the cure of biliousness, and speaks fairly well. He failed indigestion, sick headache, constipahowever to make any arguments and tion, jaundice, nnd liver complaint, these pills have no equal. Kvcry was very scattering in his remarks. After spattering the earth he closed dose effective. . his speech and left for Cloverport. There is n conference called for the The Populists of this county do not Prohibitions to met in Lexington talae to the idea of tusion and in that July fith to nsscrtaiu how the State they are right. If tjieir principles desires to go as to the late split in the are worth anythingatnll, they should Prohibition party. At present the stand to them. If they compromise majority ol the Prohibitionists seems then their declaration tint they are a to lean toward the new National party reform party falls flat, and they apformed nt Pittsburg by the bolters. pear only as a baud of office seekers. Tlie National party is mote pronouncOn the other hand if they stand firm ed on the liquor traffic than the Pro- and spit upon compromises and fusThe National pirty ions the people will believe they are hibition party. does not accept a compromise even in in earnest and will have confidence in the form of local option or governthem. ' RoniN Hood, ment, while Prohibition is the leading To Our NiiltvrrllierN. issue ot the National party it takes a All those in arrears sttoug stand for free silver, and other to Tin? Rki'Uhucan nre requested to guar-nutee- j f U)m and Ben Harved were placed in la nomination for permanent chairman. Dr. Harved wns chosen nnd took the chair. Messrs. Clarence Penick and Ezra Tucker wete nominated for Secretary. The vote was a tie between these gentlemen aud the clinitman decided in favor of Penick. The chairman appointed the following gentlemen n committee on resolutions viz , W. T. Cnnnon, Dr. McMullin, Geo. Hamed nnd Ezra Tucker. While the committee was out an effort was made to get some orator to tap his oratory. After considerable effort the chairman was gotten on his feet and began a strong speech. In the midst of it the committee on resolutions reported like the tall of the proverbial dog. The resolutions were as follows: We People's the Pattymen of Breckinridge county in assembled, reaffirm our adherence to the greot principles of justice, fraternity nnd human liberty asenunclated at Omaha in 1892, a reform party to win and hold the confidence of the masses must deal honestly with them. We are therefore opposed to any desertion ofn single principle of the Omaha platform. We believe the wisest and best policy to be pursued by the National Peoples party is an honest fearless and straight-forwaradherence to all the principles of our party. That we reaffirm the Omaha platform of the Peoples party, believing that upon the enactment of its principles into law rests the welfare of our people while we stand firmly and unwaveringly . for its principles we favor a union of honest citizens upon finance and direct legislation, believing that when other demands are submitted to the people for their direct vote, they will recognize their jnstice and give them endorsement. while we That favor an honorable union of honest reformers under no circumstances will .we countenance fusion or compromise with either of the old parties we recognize them as the authors of our present distress as being controlled by the corrupt money power and corpora tions and are totally unworthy of the confidence and respect jot the people regardless of their platforms pledges and campaign promises therefore we declare ourpurpose to keep in the middle of the road regardless of the relatives of the old parties on any queson d "Gllla Pentce is dead." How schocked and sorely grieved were the hcaits of her school- mates, associates and many friends when from her home in McLean county came the sad news Scarcely a week had passed since she left us cheerful and happy, and now death,lias btomped his seal on her brow and claimed her for his own. Three years ngoa blight, sweet and merry-htattgirl came Into our midst to cast her lot with ours while here as n school girl. Though away from houicandnn entirestrangcramong us, with her winning ways nnd noble traits of character, she soon won for herself many true nnd lasting friends. Among her associates and school, mates none were moreStighly honored and loved than she. Wc honored and esteemed hrr for her high moral character, for the bright, true chtistnin life she led and her many noble virtues. We loved her for her sincerity, for her sunny disposition and for that true, generous spirit that was ever characteristic of her. Though we keenly feel our loss, though our heatts are saddened and made sorrowful by her untimely death, that one' so young, so btautifiul, just budding into womanhood should be cut off from life when it was brightest and held so many pleasures, yet we should rejoice that she has escaped the, pains and sorrows that the earth holds and is now lorever at rest, and we should rejoica in the blctsed aiiurante tWt the Savior wlum the so laviugly trusted in Hie was with her in death and that she is now basking in the sunshine of the Creator whom she had remembered whileyet in the days of her youth; therefore be it. ed I'riiri'e. llllii'.r.v i.I MNs Hllln Resolved, That in her death our class has sustained an irreparable loss, but our hope and joy amid the sadness is that the bright light that went out so early with her young life, still shines with the eternal radiance of the heavenly world, that the flower that blossomed so short a time was only plucked that it might be transplanted in the loveliest fields ol Eden and that we submit to Him who doeth all things well. Resolved, That we tender to the parents and bereaved ones our most sincere sympathy in this their sad affliction. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to her parents, a copy be spread on the minutes of our Sunday School, a copy be sent to each of our county papers and the McLean county paper for publication. Lilly B. Burton, Juliet M. Thomas, Fannie Render, 22. Committee of Hartford Baptist Sunday School. Hartiord, Ky., June Children Cry for Pitchor'8 Castorla, Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years old, living at il8 Monroe street, Ky., says that Dr. Bell'a Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. llcllgloun. In obediance to the requests of many ot the people ot Hartford, Dr. Coles man will preach in the Baptist Church next Sunday both morning and eves nlng. The public is respectfully invited to favor the occasion with their presence. aj a 1 ip Field & llolbrook have the very best buggies in the market. Give them a call before you buy. CURED AT Dr. HHm' Ha ITcw 73 YEARS. -' other madlclnecun stranimch raaatiC-Here la a veritable putrJarca, 73 jrcara it' ago. wim strong prejuuico to overcome, wac Iiad Heart Disuue 1 5 yean. He took the New Heart Curu aud 13 now sound and wcH. Heart Care Victoria- or ?g. V2p Kepotts come from needed reforms. nil parts of the world, at National headquarters, that converts are made by the thousands from the Populist party and free silver Republicans. WM. LlKliNS. call mid settle same at the earliest opportunity. And by the way, all those who are not subscribers aud desire to become such may do so by bringing or sending us their name nnd address BAMDlli O. 6TOMK. and 1.35. Our subscription list Is increasing at n rapid rate and we M!..MI.l.r.. are about through cutting want to have the name of every citiFanners zen in Ohio county on our list before their wheat. the end ol 1896, The improvements Mrs. Barnes and daughter are visiting Mrs. Ambrose' at this writtiug, now being made necessitate a great Mrs, Hlmina Lee is visiting friends deal of expense, and we must insist upon a speedy settlement of all outin Henderson at this writing, Chlldrcns Day will be celebrated nt standing accounts. ai imm Marvins Chapel next Sunday. EvThe theory in the treatment ol erybody come, dinner on the ground, coughs, luuguind bronchial aflections has been ad va need by the manufactures Rosi; Bui). of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a remedy. truly a All dealCry for ers sell wonderful positive guarantee, Children it on a For sale by X. Wayne Griffin & Hro., Pltchor's Castorla. druggist, am' Renfrow Bros., NarIleatlnrha mil Xeuritlulti curojl by llr. rows, Ky. 1'lLfcB. "Omiceuttnloau. MlLlV ar Grass Lake. Mich , Dec. 98. ISM. I have been troubled with beart disease If Tear or more. Must ol tbo time 1 was M bad It was not safo for ruo topooutalcnu. aa dlzty spolla woald cauaa falling. I had severe palpitation, ibortoinu of Dreata an sudden pains that reudered me helpless. All physicians did for me wai to adrlao keeping quiet. In August last I commenced taking' the, and before I had finished (lod-sen- tlrst bottle I I haro found tho modlclne was a now mod four bottle In all and am feeling outlruly well I urn 73 y tars of age and have eld a grudge against patent medicines all my life, but I will not allow this to prevent giving ray tostlmony to tbo ureal cure yoar valuable remedy has wrought In me. "I do this to show my appreciation of l)r. Mllea' feAHUEL O. STONK. New Heart Cure. Dr. Miles Heart Onto la sold oaa POi1t guarantee that the first bottle will lieneHt. bottles for M. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, I'AIN falaeiraafKW Heart ..?&. Dr. Allies' Cure 5Jr I T; lignum -, ,. - turi iiiniifniii i -- a Hartford Republican I'hiday, Junk ad, i8yfi. IVlflim .Hold ail lorliire. The punishment ol Motlah Uezi who nssisslunntidthe Sli ill ol I'l'IhI.i, Mnsr-c- d Din, will, im is the custom, He will be killed, be excruciating. for the death penalty isollen inflicted The for the most trifling offenses. lorm ol this execution isns yet u matThe ingenuity o( ter of coujecture. the Persian executioners Is being taxed to invent a punishment awful enough lor Kc.Vs crime. By persistent totturc and close questioning by the police, Uezi, who at first declared he was innocent, has been made not only to confess that he is the murderer, but to give many of the details of the plot to take the Shah's life. Torturcto compel a confession ol crime in Persia is practiced almost daily. The common and most paiuful form of totture is punishment by the bastinado. The mechanical part of the bastinado is a pole, called a "fellek," nboitt eight feet in length, with a transverse handle at either end and loops of rope The man or leather in the middle. bastinadoed is laid back downward onthcgiound and, alter his shoes and stockings nrc removed, his feet are passed through the loops. The pole is held by two soldiers at nearly the length of a man's legs from the ground and by them it isturncd until his ankles arc so tightly secured that he can not writhe out of them. In turning the poles the soles of his feet are brought upward, making them a fair mark for the flogger. Near by, is a large number (usually hundreds) of sticks, with which the They victim's Jcet arc to be beaten. nre ordinary willow wands five or six feet long, about twice the thickness of the thumb at the base, and rather more than a half inch thick in the The bark is left on and middle. the willows are kept wet to prevent them from breaking easily. Two or more expert floggers, clad in scarlet coats, bound in black, the uniform of the Shah's executors, then take their places near the pole, each rmed with a stick, with which they ii turn belabor the soles of the man's feet until the stick is broken so short it can't be used. Before the thrashing is commenced, the victim is adU he does not the jured to confess. torture is kept up until he does or until the supply of sticks gives out. Often two or three hundred sticks are worn out before a confession is secured, and the number has reached 2,ooo,whileone cascis recorded where The tor6,000 blows were struck, ture often results in death if the victim aged or sick. All Persians are liable to this punishment, from Prime Minister downward. The Minister of Finance was recently given 400 lashes. The bastinado is by no means the only mode of torture used in Persia to One Gov make criminals confess. ernor oiders a lighted candle held under the victim's beard, burning it and scorching the chin until the prisoner Another orders the flesh confessed. pierced with holes and lighted candles inserted. Needles are run under the finger nails of some prisoners until a confession is extorted, and it is a common practice to cut gashes in the soles of the prisoner's feet, inserting therein broken glass so that it is impossible Such punishfor him to ruu away. ments have been practiced right along, notwithstanding the fact that the late Shah years ago issued a firman prohibiting the torture of crimi- sum of costs nnd attorneys fees with It. Tht rwmlt nl this cose rhotild have n salutatory fifed on those vvho receive a newspa, per year niter Irom the .Tud when their AUecl will dictates it outer It refilKe'd, lellltn'd or 'not Mich wanted, nil bout nccnuip-uivinmewage with the necessary rash to balance tltcit account with the printer. but n handsome EIREDECAL l If o want ire In t cM'frt ' Uy Hip l mtlnit !! Flrlnii pn.l plx rl Ut rniinir' . niHilll I'll iCllllAW V Ml Hirudin I" r Ml. liMirh..rn ei..i ''Ir.u HiI ml General Directory. YRSATIWSMT. nt t2mSfaa0a!aIIiS3 i. mml (.- c- - ll STATK OI'I'ICIAt.H. pot-oftlce- i.f iiho ainl w rl I in inn M111: 1. Nn. MniHcn. N . i, M.111 or pri.ii .m..i al hhiI I aiirrli. II. ItHL'h, a legal MiarjdUtr ,'Ki it If lltu ' l ' l' V X 1 1 l tiI J 3 J llmik for -? INhk rir la n. Minlii (..In Mi Vil I'T'ii 'wr' mi Mink .t . '". Hi lnu rit'inflalnltr " nil i.1 nlir lie M fiuep Williniii O. Itnulley. Oiiveriioi W. .1. Worlli-in(;t'iiI.ieiu, Oovi'Him .SecretiirynfRlatt? Atlorney (ieiiernl tw 1 if"2 a M m-Mw- 11 h U11 1 wlm I'M '"'amiwlilian) wonirii II. ft i ' 117 Charles Fiiiley. V. S. 'lay lor. ro A K71VivS tivlnitillMic, rM'ilo enp- ,i..,ti.ir lo ilulr n-iiiihm iwni-- n troiiM. a. i r . m nl Maine l pay io,(iiei., I., ili, li'ttillnji tprvlal-Ui- a anil I'liyftlchui In IM rntintry. I heard of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey for sale at the Stoie of Messrs. Gaun, Burnett & Go's, Grntitsburg, III., and meeting many commendations irom different persons of its wonderful merits, I thought I would try a I have been seriously 1 fleeted bottle. Inr 25 years with a cough and pains in my side and breast that were causing me a miserable life. I spent htm diedsof dollars with doctors and lor medicines, but everything lailed until I tried this wonderful lemedy. It beats the world and saved my life. I recommend Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungs. It is a great success. J. H. Rosnix, UK. HATHAWAY 70 Dearborn St., Chicago, .t CO.. 111. Ueo. W. Long. Commissioner ol Auriculturo, StatiHtics Jiiicns ami Moore. Auditor Treasurer Hitniiiel H. Stone. ivi an CunlUt, for ctiiUhcn iZ4i y&m t.,.t i i.ii .nn, TnhnlHii euro linrnlachc. .ImiIpi line HiitiilelKu. i' hi l iliiilmi'iiroilyfiiepifu. i;ii.ilnTulmlfSiiialit dliiMtlim, p. in TiiIjiiIim ruie- liailliiTHlh. p iii' TiiIiiiIiii run' blllotlMirit. 1' .nn T.iiiiili':oninlvwrclli'f. ltlp.iiiTa1iiilMcuruliullRWMIim. kii'iiHTiiliiiliHiiiii'liirplil lliiir. i i 1 1 lvit.i.'i Tilulonc"ir rtlmlnw. Itlptinnaliiilw!. lit), niu TaIuiIm cure nttiiMt. ill, i, Talitilxi: at druggl'i. I;il for V Grantrlmrg 111 May2o,lSg5. For sale by '. WnyneGriffin & llro , druggist, and Renlrovv Bros , Narrows, Ivy. SOMC HARD FACTi.. tilt lVllliiK-- lll.m. Ac (Inil I'rca e'ullMp at Mllwu tn Out. Hon. Ihilin .Sinltli. scoietiirj of tlie Interior, delivered a speech Tn .eu Vurli on .May 10 on tint eurrenej ipiettluii. It Is n vpeech that ehonlil be ir.nl lij all who oiij' mill m'II or who a on- - nr lime Influence vvithvoieri. HIhun follow H The people of tlibi country iiiul.r their contracts payable In dnlliu. t'neii-talut- y as tc the meiuilng of the word dollar liitixt create doubt j to tin- effect of controctsnnd general distiunt In nut.!- Tlioj- - ne. dollar of the United Stntch at the The nresent time hus nals. During the early part of Nesr reign an attempt was made to murder hlra. While he was hunting three men rushed upon him mid wounded him. His life was saved by his own alertness and the timely arrival of his followers, who made prisoners of thewould-b- e assassins. They declared themselves Habis and gloried in their attempt to avenge the death of their leader, Bab, a prophet, 's who was executed in 1850. They were put to death in a most cruel manner. Lighted candles were stuck 111 slits cut in their bodies, and alter lingering long in agony, they were cut to pieces with hatchets. As such was the revolting death of tho-life of Snah, that only attempted-thit is very probable that even a more cruel late awaits the man who niur-4rt- d him. There are other forms of cruel punishment inflicted in Persia in addiAmputation to those mentioned tion ol hands, hamstringing, decapitation, shooting, rending limb from limb, etc., arc in use. In Maragha recently the Governor ordered the right hands ol several thieves cut off and the noses of several drunkards bored. The chief of police put a rope through their noses, held aloft their amputated hands and led the men through the bixaar as a warning to evil doers. It is not an uncommon practice to wall up robbers with their heads downward and leave them to perish. 15x, I I'll) 11)1. If. C. Hohl, of the Hokah, Minn., Chief, has obtained judgment against one h. C. Adams, whom he sued for arrears of subscriptions. The Spring Grove Herald says; This cae is deserving of comment beo.iuacol us beuring upon delinquents It was :i case wheiuthedes fcndantJiad iccelvml the Chief from lor a number ol Hokah years without paying his subcrip-tio- n; and when ronlrontwl with a lull forarrenrs ninlutulncil a position of ImliflVraiiceto thu appeal ol theeditor. Mr Hchl was not ol thu inaterhl to bebiufTdand promptly sue I, with the result that the deflnJnt, Mr, Adnius, not only pays his nrre r ., .11 l)lllllll Ills US I post-offic- e gold. Paper dollars are meie pronibes to pay In coin. Sllvel ilolhus, w hllu they contain bullion worth onl about M cents each, have been surrounded by safeguards of legislation limiting the number coined anil supporting them b.v the credit of the government, so that they have been Kept on 11 jKirlty villi gold dollars. gold therefore measure the value of what is meant by a dollar, when the term U used for trade here, and this has been true for about 50 years, with the exception of the period during which paper dollars wero depreciated. Upon the floor of the house of in 1S51, when tlv lull vviu pending1 which made fractional subkidiary, Cyrus L. Buaham, of IndkuiQ, who had charge of the bill, said: ' An objection urged against this proposed change Is that It gives 11s a gold Gentlemen talk standard only. about a double standard of gold and sliexlM-- s nnd that ver as 11 thing that propose to eluingn. Wo have had but single standard for the last three or four years: this Ima been nnd now is gold: we propose to letltremalnsonnd adapts!!-ve- r to and regulate it by gold." Alter this long experience in the use of dollars Ixiscd upon 23.22 grains of gold the advocates of silver demand Its. unlimited and Independent coinage nt the pt"ser.t ratio. . Tlus Is really a projmsitlon to remove i'om silver dollars the safeguards of legislation which surround them, to withdraw the limit nnd to take from them the support of thepovernneiit. Itisiin effort to reach a bimetallic currency by the free and unlimited coinage of two metals at u fixed ratio which places inn tents' worth of bullion in the gold dol-land 50 cents' worth of bullion in the Hllver dollar. Theexperience of every country which bus attempted the free nnd unlimited colnug6of the two metals at a the commercial value of the bullion of each metal put Into dollar has been the coliiiiife and use of the cheaper metal nnd the lovi ns money of the more voKablo metal. The principle is thun expiesscd by Sir Isauc Gresham: "If debased coin Is attempted to lie circulated with full value coin, all of the Intter will disappear fiom circulation, nnd the overvalued and debased coin will aUme iemaln, to the ruin of our commerce and business." This Indtapu table doctiiuc ves taught in the 11th century by Niehohu Online and again in the loth century by Nicholas Copernicus. Coming dou.n to 1717, Sir Isuno Newton, ut that time director ot the mint of Knglsmil, tic-- I clared: "If silver leaves the shores of ling-land In crowns or In Ingots, the produce of coins iciuelted, and gives place to gold, it Is because the value which the monetary legislation assigns to It, In relation to gold, is not correct." Apply tho lesson pinctleally to our own money. With free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver at the ratlool sixteen to one silver monoiniitalllsm would lesult, and the nicuMUu of the Milue of our dollar would be .171 'J grains of silver, worth about 13 grains of gold. But the advocates of silver coinage insist that with 371', ginlnx of silver admitted In unlimited quantities to the mints for coinage, fieo of chaige, the bullion valuo of this number of grains would necessarily bo equal, befoiecoln-iige- , to tho coined dollur. This Is true, and it would bo equally tine of 100 grains, or of one grain. If admitted frt e ami lu unlimited quantities to eolmige. Indeed, If chips were udmlMrd fire and In unlimited quantities to tl privilege if'bolng stanqwd Into dolhn s, the chips, heforo they vere stnmpcd, would be worth as much as thedollais after thej iviro staniied, but unfortunately the dollars would lie worth no mom than ehlps. Another favorlto argument of the fi ce rllver advocates refcis to the experience of Prnnec, nnd they have eilined all over tho country that Prance, fro: ft lo 1&74, by fixing a legal mtln for of silver and gold (nt fifteen to one), hepf 1I111 rummer und ilnl ratio iK'twiH'ii the tvvometulMnt the amc flguies. This liinceiiinte state 1'ieut has been one of their principal arguments. If they will 11 ally eMiinlne the history of Prance, they w 111 Hud thut ji.'foro 18S0 the dlircrenee letween the ;oinmirelal Milne of gold and Hllver fifteen and nun half to one, and Praiieu Wamo siher mououieudllc. Later on, between 1SI0 and ls30 the commercial dlfl'ercucii was lete thanllf-Ice'i- i and toime.and PiiincelH-eiiiu- e gold mouoinetiillle, Prom 170U to IMKl tho hiibject f coin-lg- e of gold nnd silver wvik frcipieutly illkoussisl by American statesmen, and no suggestion can bo found, fimii auy 3f them, Unit the government could jveroomo even a siuall dllTerence In the commercial valuo of metals by fivo and unlimited coinage at 1.veil ratio. ' This country fulled to add threo jier wnt to tho miIiio of hllver and make It equal to n ratio of lift ecu to one with ;old prior to 1S34, and It failed to add ix per cent, to gold and inal.e It quid 10 n ratio of ono to sixteen with silver (illHiequcut to 1810. Xo limit can be placed upon the mast, of sliver still iiiimliied. Cood authoilty Indicates that the pn cut niiiunil vil- me can bo produced for about CO cents un ounce, It it Impossible to plnco nrd cur-Vt- It a distinct nie.iiilnir. Is equivalent to "3.22 grains ot puiv w 11 maintain price upon niivli tienniiniHllty vvlilcL' would glvo It pmllt entliely ilinprnportltmi'tl to that cainiil by tho iiierngi' i'iitcrprle. Yet the mhocaU's nt. n locnl nitlo of free colnne of of nlxtceii to one, idthougli the e to one. ratio In thirty-onWo are therefore confronted with a proKwltlon to chiingci the liicnnliig of the dollar from "3.1"J grains of gold to 17IV1 gralna of kIImt. As 37l'4 grains of Mwr am worth only about 13 grains if gold, It Is practically a projKisltlon, nt a nlngle blow, to ivdiice the value of dollar It Ih a movement more radical tlinn one to iriluee openly the bullion In a gold dollar to 13 grains. This would be a step ilnugenU!t, but definite. No ono knows what.371',iBialiiMof sllverwotild lie v. orth titulrr free itnd tinllinlteil coin-ngIt In Impossible towiy whetlicrtho iiieie'iiM'd demand forsiherwould carry 371'4 grains of xlhcr Minicwhat nbovo 13 gmliiK of gold, or whether thin dcmiyid would shortly produco 11 dNproportloncd Increased Riipply anil cair.v the value of 37ly( grains of silbelow l.'lgiiitnsof gold. ver I am aware that the ndvocatcn of free coinage of jdlver object to estimating the Milne of fIIvcr in gold, but nil international tiade is measured by grain of gold. No matter what h.vMoiii v;e ndojit, unless our international commerce Is abandoned, our dollar, will bo actually nieiiMired by gold, even though we lit them upon a sliver stnmlaid. The movement for the free and unlimited coinage of silver Is therefore nn effort not only to reduce the value of n dollur alsiut but to lenve It 111 u state of uncertainty. It threatens n complete change In the meaning ot the term dollar to some meaning In the f nelghlwi hood of it present meaning. It threatens an entire change of the value of the term by which contracts and credits ure estimated and by which business is conducted. In ever country where prowls nnd are found the great bulk of buslnos must depend uihiii credits. Tho credits are estlm.'ed In dollars nnd whatever create udo-ib- t as to the mean-int- f of a dollar lmise tenri to suppress buiiiiirvis. The mere tlurat imxvlveH and this unceitalnty must be removed to bring Imelt to business nor. mal prosjierlty. To uppreclate the importance of reupon" tills subject, conmoving doubt template briefly the process of reaching the proposed silver standard. We saw in lsti3 a paralysis of business, In Inrge part produced by the threat of a silver 11 11 11 one-hal- f. c. one-hal- f, one-hal- Superintendent l'ublio Instruction Qeu. M. Davi'oii. Hogisler Land Ollicc Clms. O. Ilornolil. liiBiiranco Uiiroau Coiiiinisiioncr-D. Infante and Children. i'', ii" p 't Tilmlcn: griitli-oalhartlT iliilloH riirn t'oimtlpatloti. IiIi'iiiik Tnhitlra. for mmr vtninm'li. i . in, ! nli'innnt liuntlvp. i U OTHERS, Do You Know I I Kiteman'a Htqn, Cnirtcy'n mol rcmnllea Tin Von Knnvv thai ejilum niu! niotpliliic ntc aliijicfytnt; v .,..,. 1 UlpdM'l. IhiIi miii-- llvrrtroulilo. luiny siscnltcil Hiaillilns Hiuim, nmt ate comiwscit uf npliiiii or inir1ilue? otuM4"' !It!nvK:la', :w ak Skma W. Coniinptre. Ailji.tnnt (ii'iicral 1). It. Collier. Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary llrovvn Day. ltAlMt'lAI) COMMssoNi:it. ilon FABLER'S LiiGJU.tS: v tli.it In moat cotuili wlllioiitLiUllngtlitmiivlaoiK? Ho Vim ICitosv in iltugglsta lire not iimlllcil loacll lu mil Ira .::.iii' Ho 1'mi Knnvvthil imleaa Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. P. J)cmp3ey, It. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel 1', Drown. CONflltrsslOSAh. Senators Hun. William C. LinuS Fay, Hon. J. C. S. Dlnckbiirn. Iteprcjentative Fourth Hon. John W. Jcwis. District t.iKiisi.ATirni:. Senator Hon. A. I). .Tames. IteiirowMitnll vo Ohio County Hmi. G. M. Darnett. j oil or our flij alclan 1o Von KniMvtliat joti almuM net jwnill any nwJIclne to t Lno y of u !iat It I omponl ? ulftn clilM SiamHENT gcyjiis NOiaM ML(3is t it V ita liigtcJIcnti la .nlotlilm jMitfy vrcitab! jmbliilirtl with every loll W jircvnratloM, nml lliat a ftilof I A aUKL Illlli ViCKimn that Cn'tutl i li the irKtlptlii of the fjinoiitjlr. Hamtifl lllclier. That It lias ticcu In lue foriunrly thl.ty ear,aml llul mcic CailoiU U now nut J limn of all other remeillca fjr chiMrrti n)intliirU ? that ths Tatcnt Office lie pittmcnt of the Unllut UtatM, nnJ of other cotinlllcs, have l.iiin! eaelutlve tight tu llr. rtlcher amiI IiU aulgiis to use the vrorvl " Cilrtlnrln" nnd Ha fotmufn. nmt that tn Imitate them Is a stair prison ofltnser Ho Vou Kniisv l UESY ,'i ' Ho Vou Know rtS,'iLVl''SfM9VdroiiI i v PCVIEDY for PILEQ. Itl.l iTTv ,vi.t. iiiti'iiditT'ti rut- - a., i!i:!T his ::.. tr. icon .CvEMSSSffV uursc t.uowiiorlOyonrsnotho I i A sr.Ti: Wttaja,y wuwiiwyiM lln Von Know that was IoiucC..tutLll;.ilt'frn v our of the trasona for Rranlliiit this goverrment protection proven lu lie illisolttlvly llllrlllll'HS? Castcih otc funilshtjl for "oiTio COUNTY. t'Ot'i.T. Hon. V. T. Owen, .T111I150 Oiveiis lioro. Hon. J. Kdvviti Howe, Attorney OivenMioro. Dlack, Jailer -- Hartford. J. G. D. Likeiw, Clerk Hartford. D. I), lvingo, Master ComuiUsioncr riitci'iT II. i Vim it"ii-.- Ih it 35 uecnu;e iloseJ cf ccitlOforot.jc.iitai i.? Ho Villi inmwUiativ'icn rnwcraeJoftlittpcifcct UL ,5 5Cvi itstirl Ira Mr t rM Unc-- nnd alt V at.J fit liniiiw t4r st li I ilf t Mrinrhitr aTrra JouttOrriccisOprosiTCU.B. HATCNTOrricit i, j ita U tuuo itna Uitei rti wi i u J 4. it, I. sir preparation, yourchllJren may cp t Well, til, and that mi may h av . unlirokrii ret? Itifiie-- llilin-- n r.ic v,nnli t,tiowhis. TI yirfut. . m! A ' 'J'lio lni".'ilti!tl -s s tT ""' Ju Vi i I llif I ii ',i. ll .! I f t'f r' ,tn-- i t J (. ftf oit cvi'rv irniyior. Jttnt Iric, LOPP. tret t luum in !ie U. b. a .J i.rt-- i, tit Irrfl oi nu tountito;, n . trv IT .1. win drwrii--- l IC.A.SWOW&CO.:; PATCNf 0. Hartford. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Chiidrei. Cry for ntcher'n Castorla. OfMCr. VAKHINQTON. D. C. Hartford. Cal. P. Kcown, Sherill Deputies Samuel Keovvn Hartford Joe Itnherts, Fordville; Thos. It. Bishop, Cenlertovvn; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Mondav in March and August and continues threo weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. John P. Morton, Judge Hnrtlord. D. M. Hooker, Clerk Ilartlord. E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in each month. juAr.n:iti,Y roriir. Begins on the lliinl Monday in January, April, July and October, Convenes fir- -t Monday in January, and Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. OTIIKU COUNTY OKKICKi;- -. Hartford. E5Iillffii3r23ff -irysj y J grit, llu-S- f t- 4 ? s y iq Wet " 7 (i No. .'vo I bound tr.r.us No. 41. .13. J ' rrrtrmrl mTttit awasrnMomitxviw'wi Louisville. St. '..ouis & Texafs t'ail-.vnl't "TI "Ml I P Hi 45 so 7 45 a in S o S 40 . 1. U. . trni'ts run uly IONS. M' lvK)t, i.OUIM'lllc 11 I I I , KlMtllL'lv . . . county corrrr. 723 7 32 7 38 7 45 7 55 S43 S52 S5 "1.5 y M 2. , . . Voi . Point Stlllt . No 4. vr. 00 p in 1 .ti,ti' . v- .avrs4r ii; .my. ' tr wtim 11s. 1. ; ; 0 in . . . 1 4 . r . Ilovvrd . S04 S28 S37 45 8 S.1 9 Willo" dnle . . . . ItocU Haven . . . Iltui.rli . . . . JU.iridinlmtjj . . . . Kkrntt . . . . Ilf. I I 1 I tiio 4 ; ,' 5 , r h . 1 h vw- -' . Tsin . . , :, '') luu . . 1137 JS I I i " 017 lC a.. ,"A .J. ' i.iV9 o ,10 II 16 li 03 I3 931 955 10 10 ' . . Irvinptrin . . . . 94; oj :s . . . . . . . Welwier . . 1,'x! t.uri; . .' . ' . Sj tuple . . . It'll 1042 lu 27 I" '.-- Cl '1.1 5 5 4 5 r . lill . iwivror claims. 902 y "5 9 IiS 1.) 22 10 ?3 10 5 10 3S , .... . . . . tephoticpott . . AMl0!1 . . . Holt . . . Cloveipnt . . , . ' 13 II In ji I 104: 10 S3 11 13 11 IS 1 1 1 1 G. S. Fit.hugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Aseor Cromwell. Z. H. Shtiltz, School Supt. Hartford. L. V. 9 52' 95 10 10 10 10 10 oS 15 944 ItiiS le, latiodis-jegiirdln- 11 1 ' If iipiesldent mid cougi cm. were elected In NovemlsT committed to the free and unlimited eoinnge of 371 Vj grains of sllvi r into dollars, nearly sl months would pns before they isniUl be and k months n.ore liefore tho proposed legislation could become law. During that lime creditors would K'eU to themselves against lining paid in dollars worth only about It gnilim of gold, and thy would endeavor to mul.e collections before the unlimited ecilnuvre f depreeluti d ilollarr began. The debtors would not Ik' allowed to remain d btorsuntll they could get the advantage of paying off sv lint they owed nt 5o cents on the dollar; they would In- - forced to Immediate Sheriffs and constables settlements. would call upi'ii them without delny. l)epiitois in banks would withdraw their money. The large merchants, forced to settle their foreign Indebted-newould Insist upon Immediate ny-inlH of debts due from smaller merchants. The smaller merchants In turn would be compelled to force collections f 0111 their customers. The great of business conducted upon credits would cease. Manufacturing enterprises could not afford to continue business or mako contracts until the vnlue of the new dollar could be settled bj the determination of just what 371', grains of silver would prove to bovviyth. Mnnufae-toile- s would close. Business houses would fall. Hank would lie raided. The unemployed would lie numbered by millions. The farmej would find few purchasers for their products. Want and fnmiiie would H.'rvade the laud. At the end of a few jenrs, when business settled down to tho new meaning of a dollar, fluctuations In the price of silver would still keep aur dollars of uncertain value and hinder domestic trade. Uii.ilne.ss interests, reaching fiomthe richest banker to the poorest puld lalior-er- . ivqiilrc the removal of all doubt about the meaning of a dollar. Noman should lio trusted even with nn Irnpor- taut iiomiiintlou w ho does not ecognin that the value of a dollar Is now mens-uicby 21.22 ginlns of gold, und who Is not w illlng to openly decline his purpose to help keep It there. The Olicnp Jloni--r s, m Mil-tocom-meicl1 d standard. Hutit, Coroner Sulphur Poorlimisc 2S 35 . . . . . . Hlclllmnn . . . . . . Uime-aviil. . . . . . lVtilo . . . . Fnlcoii . . . . . ShopH ' 57 ' 5i 'J A ') ,V 9 22 i) 6 TASTELESta ' 5 ' 7 5 ' S .; i a1 4 .1 l' f c. .TifM m ta u . avsa Q Kg 25 Springs. j f II 45 11 57 Mr. C. It. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. Jl'sTICUb' COUUT.s. Foiidsvilm:. J. A. Dowling Barrett's Ferry, Maich 21, June '20, September 10, Deceinber l.'--l Brroiili. Ben F. Graves Marcli 20, June 2i, Septenibpr 2, Docem-ber2- 1. A S, Anil M.trcli .", H r.Troi;i). June 4, September 15, December .'1. Woodward C. L. March 111, June 12, September 11, December 11. Cuomu'CM.. Jont 15. Wibon Marcli 7, June 7, September 5, December 5. . 38 48 11 00 'ti 05 II cS 23 II 31 II 3S 11 55 . I.iwispt'rt . . . . . . Wailimi.i . . . . . Powers . . . . is . . . 12 I') 12 24 07 ji tu ... I'ntoi . l,7 37 7 H I 4 I') 4 12 & Wnv Mpy 1elQ . 9 tin 50 . . i . . . . . Oivt'nrbom M.ittiiifS.v . . . . . . . " II 15 IS 28 12 35 1 l.riffith Stanley Kenris . . . Wortliinijtoii . . . . . ...... I.v 15 h 10 1, 4 4 o5 3 3 44 '6 I lr '' WAKRANTCD. 11 18. USTi&K COOD KGI ADULTS. 1 LI Pi ' , x , en 31, 's 1 2 5 1 SlnittHVillc U.ibVeUii II. if ty n 5.S 15pm 7 5y 7 51 7 l 7 30 7 20 3 30 2 I .1 111 Ifi 111 .lio TU III1,, ;,uT " 114, M ?.irM'i'.r"i" I.' ' l ' r All U'lllnl r I ft Of t 1. lll.UVl i'ir-.t ' ll'.-. : '"".lllll.) HIMO niij 1.1'.,( r. In t 'h li'iiklit " nrv I II ' ti 11. .' . .'rue tit). 111. .1 l.ava . If toPrMlt ilinrf li...) 'ull V h. .ii.' liliUvrlil,al.v ' '"ilr. iciHu bj ?vur .vnNcv.raiiH a'le by Villiains : I .el I l'or 5iIOS COotn n s 55 p SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY j 0 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoi la. Louisville Dental " 2J IvvW ln l:c Av- TL:at:r BKlliiinr, on Mh bet. Oreen & utk moucjr h.ie WMt Tlili t)' i:ii.c1" t !i.'m to! canlTf rv ynri1uult tUn oiVhi lih-- riiii fur V.. of S. itt.i m (.licrntti-" t tt -w n r i l frffVf'l l;t i to me LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, nv ooinc Kru. tV M Jj '.. a'l.f JI' -f . . i il.i..... JvJ v n.r ....ne. ..I. i.. N r !1'.iii.. ,1 ir.. i,t, xiii k. .UI J lif. i it" full .. .i 9- nl 1.l. ami -' r. blf 11.41. 111?1 ' 141 r ii. iriviuiiid rurut. till B V1' 7Tl'-'N..Ui-- n C" E!" AA f A'iTSJ t Irair.al P H ! .' . rraa ""educed Oll'flUMiillalla . jr. .Vvn tUJBP, f the" tp.irb oxkmIiicv rnittitnr no turiciit) Mill-- ' lotfWicr 'tir tuttti&l o. ait.ncwtl nc Co., Ti ' Ct' Lr.. ), rmtrtut.m t rti i.'l nriiMi lrnki im n , enr. A ci 75c; all Utliu.-.tfi.en t- ,ir .. t'. .'. it i't n.ti jl.i) .md mj: I'bp-!i"w- i Otir irowri nml hrnlgM uurU, r tvth ulihwut jtlili-- jr a first, otlivr lau.- - fillini, .itid n rrivralilua urui-r nvf tl lixtji, ai l .ii jiric t:inti ili lntrr.i, !! .1 1. Wcan 'Ktrnrt u- .int fm" 1 m Tilli xir.irti-f- , 35c., an., I. rli'irli VMtliuut miii. Yon can maiu ..iimhimiomih mill. Alt iiilnil u froe. A Uij aV ra4 in attonJaiice, nt ;f NOTION OUR PRICCQ. t ipn'tlr Wot n ukfrvory lrancn'f ,tiil uiUln x , ii- - t'i" vm .in Uj.iu-tr- I Inn not . .iilnc vr-m- l ilnlty. Walnut thin In treated by with irh"l mllrrM. mail . Oil i IJl.l.lrliIU..J..) Ml, lul.kllll. rfataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa : .JilltaMr PAT.'EflT3 I r ai && S& TABULES REGULATE THE LIVCR AND DOWELS j J wrlt-ri- lnr STOMACH, In tlie Avenue Thcntc- - linll.Jltur, hJavJdsM LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, 4UMAtiKA. t'l t., Uif. tircci: axd Walnut. Aw.ttllttWi.. ,t iL.t Hkrli , THE DLOO0. : niMNH TMU 1.1 H orr th Ui Mf.lU rtua Limwn for liitttsollfln IlI11taha( llru(lwrh(( intlpatteiii. Ijim fliit1 hraiilA I Iter 1 roulilr,Utzf1tifM, IlculCmupU'iUii, lvtlrj-- . OirpN'TC hItrruth, nml m dl t the l"tun, l.htr nnJ ltirl J artier AND PUHtFY V M" Tul'iilin r- nt .n rnthinir Injtitlum 1 ID ( It. li n. Aft IMtllUM Ui' t'aili . jafi , ffi (tll, Iitl fclTO iminllll W nil tnr Nn. Har Im cuiler-- ! ITI ir it.c'iuhrtitclrtiBiUtto? tjfjuall. KAi."t 1 U I 1C IHi Ad tlUMt j W, 4W.M.SS. "Bread is the Staff ofljfe: IN EVERY CAN OF .SlS irAtit' tUt CO., urrv. THE RIPANS 13 1. ' S T?LwiwluXy BALLARD'S OUGLISK BAKING POWDGR WILL BE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE C0UP0N3 AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES D. bi'm aaaaeaaaaaaaaa ; ( r triirtr, nkw yu:ic CHEMICAL $Mirk THE QUICKEST O WENS BOEO, ICY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain, Crowns 3 to 5 Best set o teeth (no hetter ttiatle no matter how much you pay) . ?8 Gold fillinKs ".Si up Silver fillinjr 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized , Air 50c Kxtracting Jree when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanent-I'oon ted. v 1 '"AlufsysRclisIils. Vur miU by I,. LINE OETWCCn Stevens !I,ir"Vd, PHKi'AUA'IIONH 11 ''y THK . j jiiasK-Jt- ; Ii T B fc BSTTI! t II rjt," r 9 Ei.' fi I a h.i . nr nr ii h L U n LiH)iffii Hired Connection l'or CINCINHATt AND THE CAST. Direct Cnnn;ctloni (or all I'nlnta In g a L'.u A now Ol Novornlier .'nii nlieady well under vvv .Mississippi,' MciIiikINI mill Wnt nt I. Up. II you want to Mihscnbe or renew for thf aliovu paper, call on or Lyman Williams, agent, Hartford, Ky. 46 4t ad-(lr- e.i iiBiBEir ovthk Bin is'ioi;i:KM'y;rKn, and 4 4 s i 4 X Xe.xaa, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, e one-ha- lf one-ha- lf III.' I'ulltli m, Will Win. The .loiiruul ha ulnars HoihI for il Hint tho re4011ml inoni'y nnd roiiti-uil- i mit of e illKciihuInn vvoalil lie I Ih- ot tlmt iloitriiii'. It did nut do IliU In tho spirit of pioplito.v, lmt It vviih iimvinii'.l tlmt tin' tfooU t tin.' peojilo would hrlngtliPiii to Tim politicians no other imiik'IumIoii. may nuuilpuliiti' and inula' great hIiovv-lu- g on the frv Kllvvr hide, but when riiio eotuos to tnllc to tlo people ut large, when thu ipientlon Im pre.enU'il to them, thero Is but one ronilt possible. Milwaukee Jouruul. I 1 KuiiKi-o11 rill'i(ilisnt VV V '. r TV 7 T T Will, us nlways.lit foiiiul in tho iliiuken! of the fight, Irittllng vipomu-sl. - foi timinil 15i,iiui Principle", "hieli wi'l linni I'rcfpeiity to tho Nation, vf- ,4 nnlv tlir Irmlinii TIJKNKW YORK WKKKLY TKNllTNK im-n- t ) - . .w.rvitfp ilea 1 uatil L' Niilioiuil Ivopiililicnn iiiivvcpiiper in thu country, but is OROOM YOUR IIORSi: WITH Fiiinily Nyvvispiiierr lis campaign news ami ili.ciifHiiius will iuteicst every Aiuoriciiu uiiien BONITER'3 All tho nevviot theihiy, 'uii'lgn Corrupoinlinro, Agricultural Dcparl--inuiiHORSE CLEANER. .Market lieporU, Faxl'ioti I'lutex with ilulinraloil"eriptiniis and n variety ot items ot hoiiFeholil ii'tm,..t. ' up nn idoil I'n'iiilv Paper U'n fmiii.hTIIK HICPiJHIJUAN and NKW Y01MC WEHKLY No Hies, liens, moMuilos or'lice. Removes daudriiil, dirt, Leave skin TKIIiUNI'J, both papers holt nnd white. 5100 on for any case of Mange it will not cure. Stops iritatlnn, rubbing. Fine for clip- ,.:- L- - An- - m 11 1 4 A f - iiai nam a I I i FAST TIME UAUTCO TRAINS. . PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPCRf ' Write fur Information lo Ihc lifarrHocutol the Chcaapcak, Ohio A Southwestern l(, R. JOHN ECHOLS, Clcii'l Mnngr. LOUISVILLE. S. a. HATCH, cieji'l KY. I'ui. AsU 11 J. I'M Ft. VttMtAWirVWW. l, ONE YEAR n' W "PiRTLE XtMa.TmMVXm MHTM4 & m Mr W'i'l SliiHiimii lum had the sore Ilf liax tried many ejvH (or eurs. dift'irx and leme tun, nnd has always 1.1II01I 11 until we sold him to get a tube ol Hutlierl.ii d's Hnglo Kyo SjIvo, which cm nl him inside of one Dr. Hell's Pirns Tnr Honey week. atiN well and enrm. Hck'v M. MllYUK fi Co , lluran, Ky. lanu.iiy 15, 1895. Siitheiland's IJngle Kyc Snlve has l more for niu than ilonuH gteut can he told by pan. W.H.Skim.man. u us. Ky, For sal by Z. Wayno GrilTin & Uro , druggist, and Hculrow Bros., Nnnows, Ky. ile-ii- f ' 1 11 pe-horses. Aildri'os till oniem lo thu Mane nnd tail cleaner of the world. No matting. Keeps hair line, softandsilky, A hair grower. es.3?-- No .scratches. Mud will not stick. your name and jvUIivh on a iioMnl raid, tvml it to (Jco. V, Urn Wiile Aids in shedding. I Lii l xt i .(Tliw ti.. Il.ll ii "'IV .. ."" '. half llnrse r.mnmed In less- than ...... the Ti?iir 'fiiii ......... ... .,.I ib t 1X14 MMilU.'ii JIIV liriiri'i r 'ruiiinvi; rill he mailed to you. time. r AaaJ4 mu..w.w.aAfcAj.l jtnwirm.wii wiimimnwvluwil.i-- ll A tonic; lnunles; removes stains. Ii.wn.iwni Keep hau Irom fading. tor--1- " ""j?-SubscriHal! gallon Kx peine but n trifle. ferns horse 1:0 times. Ily its use horee has coit like velvet. Also used on enttle and dogs, l'or milk cows It's etspeci.illy valunhlu in fly time. Ah'; de.ilus for Ilonncr'sIIorhe Clean. er. receipt of $1 Will iliip hall Billion on . Patented (Mention this paper) TOI.i; 1.0 Sl'KCIAI.TY CO , Toledo, Ohio. 31 ly Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing and Ham ...-,..- . ..-. DENTIST IIAUTl'OllD, KENTUCKY. Prices uist of Dental Operations. reasonable. Office over Williams St nell'.i Drug Store. Vitalised air or laughing lr for pninleu o.tructita or tooth Is prejiarcd to do any and all aniiwwrw FiiiiiwiwiMaiMMUuj kiJs K'3" '?. """Bl'1" V .',,'.."l' "l'- " UrlJiri EPUBLICAN ANDV Ioaisville (ommereial iJotli for $!. Why buffer with Coughs, Colds and LaOtlppe when LAXATIW Iluouo QuiNiNi! will cure you In one day. Does not produce the ringing In the head IlUe Sulphate o( Quinine, Put up in tablets convenient for tnklng (iitarauteed to cure, or money refund ed. l'rlce, 25 Cents, l'or sale by Williams & Hell, Hartford; K. V. WilllauiB.Beaver Dam; A. S. Anil. Sulphur Springs; lliown & Chapman, Centertovrn; K. K. lie Co,, Kockport, a . Dust. per your.