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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896070301 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. n ,X)' sjweae..?'. itfvi jra-)jgs- 1 f e V THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Wtlle lo T. B. QciNtrv Drawer JM, Chicoro. Hccre ' lory of the Utah Accitir-CaMrANV, for Information rtgnrdlni; Accident Itisur. nce. Mention tlil paper. Ily to doing lotl enn mk membership fee, Has paid over tOOO.OtWOO lot actlJculal lujutlcs. . '-' Mi Harteobd Republican. OFFICIAL OF.C-A- Mmm ii ra i q IBtfll... naniiivictoTcrea unrcri, ever mid vletlnn A r tiw'ji'M S ntrcurlal ilLned 3 mticnt. liow thy re. V, nmic. the tt wJIIMlt.t; LA I OK. otrtil health, cfitcr- il .rilrl.a ah.l iim.1 petttei they will ttll inltlnK HIM-ji uKSbyLIVER Itiou- -n OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, llo your own Agent. NO MltDICA. j:XAMIMATIOM HHQCIRltU vo,l. via. C2w. HAIITF011D, KY., FllIDAY, JULY 3, ct," the large annual published by 189G. Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 49. Latest U.S. Gov't Report The CheapMt, Purtit and Beit Family Mtdlclna In tilt World I For DYSPHPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaun. diet, nillouiattacln. RICK HKADACIIK. Colic, DcprtHlon of Splrlu, KOUIt STOMACH, Heartburn, etc. This unrivalled remedy la warranted not tw contain n single partlcla ol Merclrv, or any mfneral anbttonce, but f containing thong Southern Hoots and riftbl which an Providence has placed In countries where Liver tXieaiea moit prevail. It will cure all lllltntl cauied by Derangeof the l.lver and llowcii. ment Tho UYMP-IOMol l.lver enptan are a bitter or bad taste In the mouth Vain In the Hack. 81de or tnlntHftften ml.tnbpn Inr Rh.n. I.onj of Appetite; raatlimi 5our Stomach) Ilowele alternately costive and lax) Headache: Lose of Memory, with a painful aensation of having railed to dn sn;netli!nt- - which ouKht t have been done) Debility) 5plrlbs, a thick yellow nppearanie of the Bkln and Krea, a dry Cough often mistaken for Consumption. Sometime mivny of these symptoms attend tho disease, at others very fowj but the I.IVSR is generally tho teat of the disease, and If not IteRulated In time, (rrcxit suRerlng, wretchedness and DEATH will ensue. The following klahly esteemed persons attest to the virtues f Simmons l.lver Regulator! Oen. W. S. Holt, Pres. Us. S. W. H. R. Co t Her. i. It. Folder. Perry, On. Col. l;. K. Sparks, On. O. Masterson,l;sq .Sheriff iMbb Co., On t Hon. Alesandor II. Stephens. "We have tested Its virtues, personally, and know that for Dyspepsia, Itlllousness and Throbbing Headache It Is the best medicine the world ei er saw. We triad forty other remedies before Simmons l.lver IteKulntor. but noneRaee us more than temporary relief) but the Itegu. lator not only rtlleved, but cured us" Eo. POHHLY VEOIiTAllLK, fTor fea-rl- y "T" TT" Ju3Migrsi.,il T""1 iJrT Pi DELKER H-A-VE- S JEIEIjiD "jTEEE. T .IFS-A-I- G9 0 d skSss? rlBWJf A 4 H 0 PQ 0 (fi ct 5 V h o 0 'H If) 0 CO o loo Per Cent, tlxe Handsomest. - iryr catalog ve- Sn.. A ' wr Ts?0A, ""i-v Sold by authorized dealers or direct from V Vli s 'V A i-!- ..cPS rW THEKUEU9 bsjcsi GO., MANUFACTURES, ndrson92yi progressing nicely under the ship of Prot. D. K Ward. Mrs. Mollie Curd, leader- HOW TO 110111 Mii 'Inhncro. (Till; YOHM.I.r Wllll.n Ust.NH REPUBLICAN PLANS. IT. The tobacco habit rowson n man until his nervous system is seriously allectcd, imparin;; licnltli, couitort and To quit suddenly is too happiness. cevero a shock to the aystem, its tobacbecome a co to mi inveterate stimulant tltnt hid system continually is it Hciontific craves. "Ilaco-Curcure lor the tocacco habit, in nl its forms, carefully compounded nfterthe tormuhi of an eninieut Berlin phjsi-cinn- s who lias neil it in bin irivntc tincc 1872, without n failure, t is purely vegetable and ;;uniantecd perfectly harmbeis. Yon enn ueo all the tobacco yntt want while taking "Haco-Curo- ." It will notify you when to stop. Wo give n written giiirnntt'e to enro jierinanently any race with three boxes, or rotund the money with 10 per oont, intercut. "Haco-Cur- o" U not n substitute, but a scientific euro, that cures without the aid ot will power and with no inconvenience. It leaves the hystem as puro ami trco from nicotine ne tho dav you took your first t.hcw orsmoko Cured Hy lkcoCuro and gnUicd ut-co" Tho Stato Committoo Will was called to the bedside of her sick She was acMoot Soon to Proparo mother and brother. companied by her daughter, Miss For an Activo Lillie. CampaiRn. T. Lowe and family arc visiting J. 1'KASKfoiiT, Kv., June 25. Chair-ma- n C. M. Iiarnctt, ol the Republican State Central Committee, will call the committee together shortly in Louisville to nrrcniKC the preliminary details for the comiiifr State campiign. A political hand book will be put out and distribute by the committee and arrangements will be perlccted to put all ot the avail.il)ie'epub1icauotntors in the State on the stump in ducsea- .son. A number ol rousing campaign meetings arc contemplated atditlercnt points in the State and Senator-elec- t I'orakcr, of Ohio; Hon. II. Clay Uv-- ! mis, of Tennessee, and others will be brought to the State to speak in favor of McKlnlcy and I lobar t. Governor Jlradley will be handicapped by his official duties to such an extent that he will not be able to take as active a ,mt -- .ile eamnaimi as heretofore. 1' but it is understood to be the desire ... commit tee to have him npou the btump during the last days of the campaign, nnd as often earlier in the fight as he may be able to do so. Hon. John W. Yerkes, Hon. A. R. ISurnam, Hon. A. K. Wilson, Mrj A. T. Wood, Junge (Jeorge Denny, Judge W. II. Holt nud others will also take 1 I I of Central City, the Greek Letter Fraternities of the University. Upon leaving Vnndcrbllt he was elected Vice President of Hartlord College, teaching the scltuces and higher mathematics with great success for two years, when Prof. Poster resigned nnd entered the world-te- . nowncd Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. , as a Post Graduate student to work for the advance degree of Master of Arts. While in Princeton he was elected an bonoraiy nicms ber of the American Whig Society, founded by Madison while n student there; Secretary of the Graduate Club nnd Chairman ol. its KxecutlveConiniittee. In December Mr. Poster was chosen by the University as one ol two delegates to attend the National Convention of grnduade students which met in Philadelphia in January last. At the Convention he made nu address before the body, advocating that ninny schools are toolooseon the conferring of honorary degrees, and that they should be conferred only upon men who have distinguished themselves in some marked degree. As a result of his address and others a committee was appointed to make a report on the question at the next convention. Prof. Foster graduated from Princeton June 10, receiving the degree of Master of Arts, nnd was elected an instructor in analytical chemistry in Princeton University for the coming year. He made a grade ol 100 per cent, in chemistry nt the University, and his practical work in analytical chemistry was pronounced to be the best done nt Princeton in a long time. Prot Foster Is now only 27 years of age, but is one of the most thorough scholars of his age in the State, and holds the highest degree conferred for work in the greatest Eastern Universities, the doctor's degree alone excepted. Will Foster has a large number of relatives, friends and old students who are proud of his achieve-- , ments. He has illustrated to the boys of this section of the State that industry and long perseverance will win, and that a student may finish work in the best schools of the land and be better able physically to work than upon entering "College. m Baking vtgg&sa ABSOLUTELY PURE I Powder PARDONED. Timothy Hayseed WritesofanOId Man Whohas Spent Ten Years of His Life in Prison. The following is taken from the prison column ot the Eddyville Tale of Two Cities: It was our pleasure a few days ago to see n man who had served full ten years on n life sentence received a full nnd free pardon. We knew nothing of his guilt or innocence and cared naught for the circumstances that brought him to prison to spend his natural life, but we were impressed with the tragedy enacted in the man's face when the document of earthly absolution was placed in his hand. He was a mountain man, poor and unlearned. So simple in his wants that the privations of prison life almost met his desires, save nnd except that liberty and freedom wtiich the mountaineer loves well. His childhood had been spent in the fastness of his mountain home, and all that was dear in life to him was reared in his native valleys or gathered from his' native bills. No Highland Scott cared more for his native heath than this poor fellow cared lor his mountain home. In early life hehad married a "mountain nymph," nnd it was his great delight to dwell on her beauty and praise her virtue. Children had come to bless his simple home, and for n time, all was happiness and bliss under his rustic roof where it would have been folly to be wise. But nlns for the ephemeral happiness of man! The scene changed, and this poor fellow found himself shut up for life in prison walls. How devoted was his wife and how affectionate were his children. For a time, and that a long time too, missives of love came lroui that broken home with the regularity of the postman himsalf. But with time came changes, and by degrees the letters grew fewer and shorter until at last was lollowedby the Mayor of the city Mr. E. Billy. Newport is indeed n beautiful little city of 30,000 souls and can boast of the very best public school system of any city in the State. The display of public work done by the pupils of the various schools of this, and other cities and towns, is superior to any exhibition of this kind that I have seen nt n similar meeting. The, address of Dr. B. A. Hinsdale, ol Michigan University, upon "The Teachers' Problem" was, in In fact a splendid address. it was great great because it was great in simplicity. There are some men who are great in great things, but not many great in common things, but Dr. Hinsdale knows how to tell great things in a simple way. The weather Is very sultry and the rainy season seems just to have set in here. However every teacher here seems to be pleasantly situated nnd so pleasure and enjoyment pervades nil minds, especially dmong the teachers, and why not? Have they uot been hard at work? and do they not need recreation and pleasure? and who can judge better as to what real pleasure and enjoyment is or is not than a teacher? This meeting of the K. E, A. is more largely attended than any previous meeting and the program is a good one In every respect. H. C. Truman. many-respect- Teu.ghaiii and Mlsiukoer, Macon, Oa. MANtn'AeTUKEn onlv nr J. If. ZI3ILIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa, PROFESSIONAL Jiim.n. fJleiui, CARD. J.N. II. Wr.lillng LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderson's Bauer.) GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. James uftk..SaaaJLtli, flTTDHNBY JT AW HAitTFonn, kv. Will practice his profession in Ohi nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given fr collections. Office east side ofpurllt square. M. I Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Thirty pounds. From biindreds of testimonials, the originals ot which aro on filo and open lo inspection, tho foil owing is lireeOllU en. . 1 ylavtoii1NcvadnCo.,Ark.,Jnn.28,'!)5. Kurcka Chemicals Mfg., CV.La Croso, Wis. Gentlemen: Fortorty veals I used 'tobacco in all its forms. For twentyfive years of that timo I was great sufferer from general debility and heart disease. For fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I took various remedies, among others "The Indian Tobacco Antidote." Double Chlorideol Gold." etc., etc.,but nono of thorn did mo tho least bit of good. Finally, however, I purchased a box of your "Uaco Curo" and it has entirely cured mo of the habit in all its form;, and I have increased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from nil tho numerous aches and pnns of body nnd mind. I could writo nquiroof paper upon my changed feelings and conditions. Yours respectfully, P. H. Maiiiiuiiy. Pastor C. P. Bliurch, Clayton, Ark. Sold by nil druggist at 81.00 per box; three boxes, (thirty days' trcat written uiont), ?2,G0 with iron-clguarantee, or tent direct upon receipt of price. Writo for booklot nud proofs, Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosso, Wis., and Boston, 11 ." ad patt. This testimonial is unsolicited and My for the benefit of humanity. daughter has been subject to severe colds nnd croup and olten tnkeu with violent coughing spells at night. Dr. Dell's Tine Tar Honey Is the only preparation I hnve founn that will relieve her. I think It is as necessary as n Hie preserver In the house-hol- d Res'y, on a steamboat. B. I,. Jnssitt, Jan. 18,1895. 202 W.ihidge St., Louisville. Ky. Kor sale by Z. Wayne Otiffin&Uro., druggist, and Renlrow Dros., Nnr-row- s, Ky. Wllltiiin Mcltlnli'y. Agents wanted to sell the Life nnd Speechs of McKlnlcy, with l'rocetd-lngsol- St. Moss. -- 37-- tl mo. 08T IN QUANTITY. UESTINQUAU WHITE'S GREXM I ' P Has I doll WORM Romodlos. 9 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED, am. lmuooiKTs. ' soi,n mart it ht. toua. VERM!FUCE2 on ao YEARS iv ticniiDioaiiDuiiKio.. Louis Convention, 1'latlorm of rnity nnd other valuable informas Hon. 320 pages, with 20 full page illustrations. Price, cloth, Si. 00; half morocco, $1.50. Sixty l'er Cent. Discount to agent. Send 30 cents lor Prospectus nnd full particulars, nud go t'l work nt once. You can sell 200 copies In your town. Address J. S. Ogllvie Publishing Company, 57 Rose 4N 4t Street, New York. IJ. K. Sutherland Med. Co I : j write this letter because Gknts: I believe you have made a discover tsWvnksKMIS in n cough, cold, throat and lung remedy that the people ought to have. I refer to Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. I morlonn Stoam Lnunclr have thoroughly tested jt and know merits. It cures. its wonderful Pjhkceton, Ky,, Any one who ever needs a remedy of be never should Does the fiuest work of any this kind ot Dr. Hell's Pine Tho without n bottle in Kentucky, Itumjry Honey. Jitnnv M.PonTitn, Goods Tar work is all guaranteed. Glass and Queeuswnre, are uot torn up, but are return- Jan, 15, 1895. PaUuchnh, Ky. ed .ill good condition, ifor saie ny i. wayne uriiunccuro , Laundry Sluppod on Mon- -, druggist, and Rcnfiow Hros , Nar. Clahenoe Casemkr day, returnod on Friday. rows, Ky. f Kev. J. C. Craig tailed to fill his regular nppointuihnt nt Concord last night week. rtBOUALOIA cured by Hr ..lllet.' I'au Saturday Atmi'ir iiiifi"v The Sunday School nt this place is Monthly Tatn curod ljIlr. JItU' 1'ain rills. J I. '(!((. IlAinrojw, Ky, Agt. llult'a TIllaT We offer One Hundred Dollars Res ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. CH K FEY & CO. , Props. .Toledo. O. We the undersigned, have known ing. Cheney for the last 15 years, Miss Ida Duke entertained the F. J. and believe him perfectly honorable of this neighborhood young people in all business transactions and finwith a singing last Satutday night. ancially able to carry out any obligaMr. 12. C. Sutton visited in the tions made by their firm. Wust& Truax, Wholesale Druggist. neighborhood last week. Toledo, O, Waldikc, Kinnan & Pi.ow Boy. Mahvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole tlfe correspondence ceased. do. Ohio. At last it was learned that the once Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inters A RISING YOUNG MAN. nally, acting directly upon the blood devoted wife had transferred her affecMid mucous surfaces ot the system. tions, and the man in his suffering Price 75c. per botttle. Sold by all was left alone. His misery was now Druggists. Testimonials free. complete and the work of disolution Hall's Family Pills ars the best. it seemed, had almost begun. We 47'4t watched his burly manhood as if fast llt.IIA. Rev. C. K. Carson preached an ex- yielded to the ravages of care and cellent sermon at Shinkle Chapel last trouble till at last his robust form be' "Mn came the pale hands of paupery nnd Wednesday night. A fine marc belonging to Reuben the white lips of famine. His hair Leisure died week betore last of lock whitened with a rapidity that was out of proportion to his years. He sought, and we believe he found Mr. Howard Earley, of Henderson county, visited relatives nt this place relief in the prison chapel, for the man had lived a blameless life for a numlast week. Mr. W. A. Carson and wife visited ber of years. He was punctual nt all his spiritual meetings, but his their parents near town lat week." VM. I'OSTliU, JR Mrs. Delila Carson, on No Creek, bodily decay never abated. Pi of. William Foster, Jr. was born In prison moneyless means friendMay 15, 1S69, near Hartlord, Kv.. has eresypclas. Mrs. Paul, of Missouri, is visiting less and the man had little or no hope being the son of Wm. Foster, who of executive clemency but It came. moved to Kentucky from Pittsburg. her daughter, Mrs. Woodward, of this The man was called before the warplace. Penn., nearly fifty years ago, and Sara Children's day will be celebrated at den on a fictictious charge and pros(Carson) Foster, who was reared In J. ecuted with a vigor that reminded Ohio county, Ky. The subject of this place the thiid Sunday in July. him of old. He bowed his head to Buo. was the ninth child in n this sketch his troubled breast and with humility family of ten children. Yonr liny Wmit Lite Month, His father born of despair, asked for mercy. At So. Mr. Gilmnn Brown, of 34 Mill owned n large farm wheie he spent this point Cnpt. Beard drew from his his boyhood, attending the district St., South Gardner, Mass., was told pocket a document bearing the great school n few mouths out of each year. by the doctors. His son had Lung seal of the Commonwealth and thrust He received his first instruction nt trouble, following Typhoid Malaria, it into the prisoner's hand. No. Creek, John P. Foster, his eldest nnd he spent three hundred nnd sevenThe man wns not nble to realize his ty-five dollars with doctors, who brotheruleing his instructor. Alter great fortune and for n full minute a few years the Foster family was finally gave him up. saying: "Your stood speechless with his pardon in transferred to the Alexander district boy wont live a month " He tried his hand. At last the muscles in his where Will received his first lesson Dr. King's New Discovery and n few restored him to health nnd en- face contracted, his form trembled and from Miss Sallic Petou, now Mrs. bottles his eyes glistened like huge drops ot Crowe, who enjoys n wide reputation abled him to go to work n perfectly bowed his well man. He says heowes'his pies-en- t rain. Unable to speak, he as a successful teacher. Under her thanks, nud such thanks ' they truly good health to use of Dr. King's guidance he won two medals during New Discovery, and knows it to be were. oiitt session. During the intervalthat elapsed be." In 18S6 our subject entered Hart- the best in the world for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free nt Williams & fore the departure ot his train, the ford College and Business Institute man made the circuit of the entire and in time completed nil the courses Bell's Drug Store. piisou and in transports of delight conthere, receiving all the diplomas bid his fellow prisoners a last fareScholFou'Saih. At a bargain n He came ferred by that Institution. well. especially under the guidance of Dr, arship in the Lexington Business At last his name was called from College. Apply at this office. W, Alexander, Profs McIIenry "the front office," and wlthn joy that Rhoads nud Pen I). Rlngo, nil of t'rro IMIIn. must be Indescribable he hurried whom nrc leading men in their proSend your address to II, E. Buck-le- n down. fessions. Hartlord College Wm. At & Co,, Chicago, nnd get a free The hugh iron gate that had so ofFoster had the reputation of being sample box of Dr. King's New Life ten denied him exit swung wide open one ot the most thorough and brightPills. A trial will convince you of and the poor fellow passed out like a est students ever there. their merits. These Pills are easy in vision nud is gone, let us hope forevHe began teaching school at Timothy Hayskud. action nnd are particularly eflectlve er. Ky afterwards being ptin-- , in the cure of Constipation nud Sick cipal ot the public school nt Fords-vil- le Headache. For Malaria and Liver Children Cry for for one year, then teacher in the1 troubles they have been proved invalCnstorla. Owensboro Summer Normal school. uable. They are guaranteed to be IMiiciitlmml I'oiix'iitlon While there he was employed by Dr. pprfectly free from every deleterious Nr.wrottT, Ky., June 23, 9G. Alexander as teacher of higher math- substance and to be purely vegetable. F.IMTOK Rlil'UIIMCAN:- -ematics nud astronomy in Hartlord Thev do not weaken by their actio n The Kentucky Educational AssociCollege. In 1892-9- 3 Mr. Foster took but by giving- tone to stomach ond bowels greatly greatly invigorate the ation convened in this city nt 10 n special course in Vaudeibilt UniRegular size 25c. per box. o'clock system. The meeting was versity, Nashville, tlitt he might be Sold by Williams & Bell Druggist. called to order by the President, B. better prepared fir teaching. He was Remember B. L. Bulllngton Is the A. Williams, of Carrolton. one ot the first students in his class The address of welcome was deliv-ei- ed while thtie and was elected by his boss briber nnd will do your work fraternity ns nn editor of "The Couj- - i,uick nnd easy, by Hon. A. S. Berry, M. C.who in Owensboro A. M. Lee lost a valuable horse last week. Miss Cora Cole is sick at this writ- "s Don't let anyone persuade you to take anything elseinstead of Simmons Perry Westerfield, Liver Regulator. Some merchant? will try to do this but not for your Beaver Dam, Ky. good. They do it to make a little more profit on something which is of H. H. WEDDING nn inferior quality though you must pay just as much for the bad as for HARTrORD, Ky. the good. Be sure to take Simmons Will practice his profession in all Liver Regulator, and nothing else. the courts ol Ohio and adjoining Look for the Red Z on every package. counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. To Our HubNcrltierM. All those in arrears for subscriptions to The Repuiiucan are requested to call and settle same at the earliest opportunity. And by the way, nil those who are not subscribers and desire to r become such may do so by bringing Hartford, Ky. or sending us their name and address practice WILL courts oihis profeseion in all and $1.25. Our subscription list is Ohio and adjoining increasing at n rapid rate and we counties ana uourt ot Appeals, specwant to have the name of every citi- ial attention given to collections. Office next door below Common zen in Ohio county on our list before cial Hotel. the end of 1896. The improvements now being made necessitate a great deal of expense and we must insist upon a speedy settlement of 'all outHARTFORD, KY. standing accounts. Will practice his profession in all th m w owner but have tailed. Anyone can courts of Ohio and adjoining counties have the cow by proving his proper- Careful attention will be given to a Col ty and paying fortius advertisement business entrusted to bis care. lections a specialty. Office pver Ohio and other incidental expenses. Call County Bank. Also Notary Public. nt my farm one mile South of Beaver Dam ou the Beaver Dam and Roches-t- er E3. DF. TSTJESj&.'ILm, road. F. M. Daugherty. (Connty Attorney) ' tf Beaver Dam, Ky., June 24. JC&w, Will practice thier profession in all the Courts oi Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR. Attorney at Law. Attorney at Law, mm LI W. H. BARHTES law; Attorney at Law, C'KItAI.VO. Farmers are behind with their plowing. Corn is looking well except on low land which was drowned by the heavy rains. Rev. J. C. Brandon filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Messrs. Sturgen and McEntyre gave an ice cream supper here Saturday night. Miss Clara Paxtqn Louisville is visiting the family of Mr. Sam Morton. Mr. Lusion Kimmel is quite sick. Mrs. Ella Morton returned Sunday from a weeks visit in Central City. Mrs. Annie E. Nourse, Central City is visiting relatives here. Louis. 1 HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts, to making col JNO. B. WILSON, also Notary Public for Ohio County, Office North side of public square. Ac, Attorney at Iaw Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. II. E. LEESIMMERMAN, M Scrofula d blood disease which Is a all the mineral mixtures in the world cannot cure. S.S.S. (guatanltttl purely vegetable ) is a real blood remedy for blood diseases and has no equal. Mrs. Y.T. Duck,ofDelauey,Ark.,had years and most Scrofula for twenty-fiv- e of the time was under the care of the doctors who could not relieve her. A specialist said he could cure her, but he filled her with arsenic nnd potash which almost ruined her constitution. She nearly took then bloou every t medicine and drank them by the wholesale, but they did not reach Some her trouble. ?" one advised her to try S.S.S. and she very soon found that she bad a real blood remedy at last. She says: "After taking one dozen bottles of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin Is clear and healthy and I Would not be iu my former condition for two thousand dollars. Instead of drylug upthepolson iu uiy system, like the potash and nrseuic, S.S.S. drove the disease out through the skin, and I was permanently rid of it." deep-seate- )r.. fi. Office cimaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, KVANSVILI.U, IND. 4i6Upp. First at. Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted lo his care. Office on Market Street, over L. B. Stevens' grocery. J. B. VIOKERS, ' wgitiK n, Pitcher's A Real Blood Remedy Scrofula. deep-seate- d HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts ot Ohio Special atand adjoining counties. Office tention given to collections. with County Attoruoy. Who eaa latak of some simple Ibtog to paleall Protect your Ideasi Ibey msy brio- - vou weaita. Write JOHN WKUDEHUDRN 4 CO PsUal AUoe-aejr)., for their tl.SU) pruw earn Waihlaltou, eua nil o iwa ouaurea luremioaa waaiea. Attorney at law ARMISTEAD JONES, - to-Ja- S.S.S. never fails to cure Eczema, Rheumatism ContaglojM Wood Poison, or uuy disorder of the blood. Do uot rely upon a simple tonic to cure a blood disease, but take a re.il blood remedy. freoupon application. Swift Atlanta, Ci. Wanted-- An Idea l. uur hooks Sccifie Co,, sss Tobacco users will find in another column, an item of decided interest to them, headed "Don't Stop Tobac co.' Rev. O. M. Wilson filled his tegular appointment here Sunday. Sunday t veiling the children entertained President Isaac Lewis ot Sablnn, Ohio, Is highly respected all through that a large nudlcnce in the M. R. Church (cctlun. Ho has lived In Clinton Co. with Rev. 0. M Wilson Instuictor. 75 years, and has been president of Mr. S. P. Taylor and wife spent tho Sablna Hank 20 years. Ho gladly Saturday and Sunday in Central City testifies to tho merit ot Hood's and what ho gays Is worthy with th!r daughter Mrs. K. 11. Pat- Attention. All brain workers find m terson. Hood's Sarsaparllla peculiarly adapted to their needs. It makes pure, rich, Mtss Stella Bloch, Bowling Green, has been visiting her aunt Mrs. J. B. red blood, and from (his comes nerve, mental, bodily and digestive strength. Taylor for the passed two weeks. (1- of all "I am clad toiay that Hood's Banana-Ti- ll Miss Tccnlc Hays has returned to fa a very cood medicine, especially her home in Rochester. aa a blood purlfler. It baa dono mo good many t linen. I'or several years lauDered Misses Dora K. Gibson and JoseTill- - Noiiml Monry Victory phine White, Texas, spent two days greatly with pain ot CYCLE The Republican party has pledged in town this week. Tun nomination of McKmlcy, it itself to the maintenance of the gold Republican Ticket. We have with us now thcKicknpoo seoms, only faithfully bIiows tho great standard. This is agreatprclluiinary 209 Show which so for has entertained devotion of the people to him. Since victory for those who have made conin one eye and about my temples, esus well. ELECTION NOV. 3.1806. 3ESLTLT. his nomination there has been, and stant and vigorous war upon the sil Mr. Willie Coots and wife visited pecially at sight when I had been having a will continuo to be, n continuous ver heresy, and who have at last Mrs. Georgia Coots and family last 1 hard day ot physical and mental labor. for President. took many remedies, bnt found help only stream of American citizens marching aroused such a strong and insistent week. WILLIAM McKINLEY, In Hood'a Barsaparllla wMcb cured mo ot public sentiment against it that the folSS atrheumatism, neuralgia and headache. on to Canton, to pay tribute to tbe A large crows of young of Ohio. politicians ol the Republican party superb standard bearer of tho Repub tended tbe play at Taylor Mines last Hood's Bareaparllla has proved Itielf a true friend. I also take Hood'a fills to keep have been forced nt last to listen and lican party. Nothing short of Divine Saturday night. I'or Vice I'rcmilrnt. my bowels regular, and llko the pills heed. The adoption by the National GAKKETT A. HOKAIIT, Mr. F. O. Austin and wife spent very much." Isaac Lewis, Babbit, Ohio. power can defeat McKinley; but God Convention nt St. Louis of a gold Monday of New Jersey. afternoon iu Hartford. is with us and we shall win. platform la nu nugury of the coming Last Saturday eveving n patty of of sound money at the polls. It seems from tho decision of tho success For 'onicrcki. 29 boys and girls, with Mrs. R. P. JOHN V. LEWIS. Court of Appeals that a Mayor for the It is a victory for intelligence and Hocker and Miss Barnes as diaper-one- s gained overgreed, ignorance, Ba3aaaaMaHWafS6BBBHW5jBB From 4th District of Kentucky. city of Louisrillc must be elected iu honesty ''ftVJt left on the S:i8 train nt Rock-pIIP November. Candidates and friends discouragement, und all the causes ol they took the Str. Gayoso for If Hon. C. M. JJarnett is made of candidates arc already beginning discontent and the t.igerness ,lor a Fvansvllle. On boara was a party of Isttnr One True Illoodruriner.Alli1ruKitliti.fi. change. Whatever else shall come twenty chairman of tlio Campaign Commit- to bustle up there. six from Rochester aud a tew Prepared only by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, ) lass. We would sugtee of this State, and it seems he will gest to the Republican!, of that city out of the political contest of this other passengers. The Beaver Dam HOOU'S PHIS are roiiiit, tdcleiiT .uid easy luetltct. mmta. year, the country is to be congratula be, Mnj. McKiuley will be given a that a settlement, nu amicable adBrass Baud was on Board nndlurnish-e- d ted that its monetary s stem is doubt' Kate Douglas Wiggin, the author nice music thtoughout the trip. handsome majority in November. justment, of all factional differences less safe, for tbe maintenance of the ol many clever .short stories ns well M r.Bamctt is an energetic young withiu party ranks might prove a gold standard for the next four years We readied Uvausvllle at 10 p. m. Sunday. Monday was spent in the as of 11101 e ambitious umk, is the and will leave no stones un- good thing lor the interest of the Re- ought to be a much easier task than city going to such places ot interest author ol the opening slit 111 the turned in behalf of tho G. O. P. publican party. Mr. Cleveland's lias been, while before as the C. II. Jail, Cooks Park, Oak "Editor's Drawer" ol the July Harcampaign the How havethe mighty fallen! Would It is surprising yea it is alarming another Presidential and independ- Cemetery, Howell and others. Mon- per's. It is calleil"l!lm.lxmil; a loots movement for the free day at 5 p. m. we stattcd homeward ure recital on n post I union, dr una by that a Jefferson, a Calhoun, or a to find such a large number of our ent coinage of silver by this Jr2WliH9a9E99lBHBaaaH VVjVV. J country reaching Rockport at 10 a. ru. Tues- Richard Wagner." It h imicii with Waynes could arise in tho Democrat people iu profound ignorance upon ought to have passed into history examples of the iiium. nil mil ic party, in tho hands Altgeld, Till everything pertaining to financial along with the greenback craze as day. There we took dinner and by all except oxtrciiij caught the 1:10 train for home. We There are people every man, Joe JJIackburu and others 01 questions one of the dead politic il insanities of arrived at 1:29 each feeling and de- tees ol the master ol mod.srii op-their ilk. But then the Democratic where who have no idea of meaning our century. From Hatper's Weekclaring it to be one of the most enjoyparty has acted badly of late and tho of the expression "sixteen to one," ly. M oathlf rUu curwl tjr Dr. Mile.' I'ili Pill. able little trips they had ever made. punishment she now endures is just. when used in reference to the free While on the boat we were treated I DISHONESTY NEVuR .HI!M'lll'U .Sl'ltl.V'tlS Ask those you coinage of silver. Farmers are now engaged in plow- royally by all ot the officers and serIs it possible that Hou. Henry Wat Tree Colmigc YVoulit Hurt lrlti. imeet what the expression means, you ing their crops and harvesting their vants. The party wishes to extend - 1" terson did not go abroad on bis own r fllicit! ' t t'mlltu,-- . will discover some wild and wonderoats. toCapt. Bewley their most sincere I "Ho iu'(ls u ton),' t oou uU wool I accord,but that he was shipped out ol ful ideas if you do. Representsup with tlu-- . ifmll" i agiHs) old SpanMr. W. T. Dean is sick at this writ- thanks for the compliment he paid the country by his Democratic eneish proverb. It Ik oru! ulitrh should ed by the Beaver Dam party as they were ing. jn order to get rid of him? mies, w ho huic Ex. Senator John J. lngalls, of by nil Oic voti-rMiss Dee May, of Hartford, spent taking their leave. If this same par- ttrr (It'liulcil into ftmiriiiif tiltStraws show which way the wind Kansas, he whose eloquence at one Saturday and Sunday with her moth- ty ever wishes to take another trip on plan far rubbliif; irvilllor Viy eut-Ublows, and little things keep bobbing time charmed the sober Senate of tbo tin.-- Milne of the it.illar in tun. er, Mrs. Kva'ine Davis, near Sunny-dal- Green River they will be sure to go up pointing to the fact that Brer. United States, was at St. Louis in the true tbnt th" It b unforrunnU-lon the Gayoso and we can recomclearest proof of the rfinlinm-htof a Watterson was gotten rid ot purpose- - capacity of a newspaper reporter. in Kchrmu nlilcli would Dr. H F. Bean, of our little town, mend it to you as being first-clamen wli-- i Mr. lngalls was once prominent in has moved to Vine Grove, where iIoIIuih to luiy AVe Attve. huc borrowed he every respect. on ba-- l politics and was considered among lUillaru iU.-the loan in The Hopping has begun already. tho most accomplished orators of the will make his future home. not the men who fmor It to Therr-- seems to be no cud to the Mrs. John R. Phipps, of Hartford, abandon tliolr agitation. Then- mw n Maj. E. Stahlraan, of Nashville, day. Politics, which is as uncertain is visiting relatives here this week. new ways of celebrating Fourth of Jutbite wlun the pcopk luiil only to Is: Tenn., a prominent Democrat, has and unreliable as the winds, has given Sunday June 26th was the day set ly. Tbe Youth's Companion special nhowu that n eortnln policy was announced hia reasons for supporting Mr. nral Immoral to Itn Mr. ln- apart for Children's Day exercises at number this year has three stories of lngalls a back seat. prompt coiMtruumtloii. Hut tiirtiuttli a McKinley. They have begun earlier galls has ceased to shine as Marvin's Chapel. crowd began exciting celebrations each of which is The probably und f(lUti than we expected,but we have known As different from any ordinary celebraa promineut politician. A politician coming in early that morning. which to lime blighted tlielr would be a great lo 50.00. Vicl or, all along that there mornl a lnrpt- - nnnilx-- r of iion-othey came they lound the church or- tion. Shis special issue is so attraccannot go on forever. wllllngm- -, rush ot Democrats, Populists and inow oM'iily declnre thi-ltive that every member ot the family namental in every respect. The peoto roputltuU; debt. 'Tree xllwr will what not, into the Republican camp It is said of Garrett A. Hobart, the ple came from all directions and con- will read it. obcut exwlltora?" they Miy. 'Then all fall, Come on, gentlemen, you Republican nominee for Vice Presi- tinued to come until the church could this the more reason ulij we hlunild lime It." aro welcome. You should have come dent, that he is a man of unquestioned not hold tbe crowd, a great many had Such men nut only bu reBcl! In om to stay on the outside. long ago. The choir, integrity; honorable and unassuming. Inuy. Thta Ih by tUioulntf tjw.ni Unit Whao Baby was slok, we gat her Caatorla, led by Willie Bean, furnished excelCash stealing from creditor,. Is exuetly like as s'c It is also stated, and that on good au Wfcta she was a Child, she cried or Caatorla. lent music lor the occasion. ORGANIZE. After iKteullntf from liny uthrr property own-,er- , When ahe became Wm, ahe dung to Caatorla. thority, that he is a successful and ami thut If thi country oueo exercises were over it was an It is suggested that McKinley and safe business man. save Whoa she bad O Jldrtn aha gar th.m Caatorta. If these facts are the ilt a policy of conllwiitiiic nounced that there was enough dinLewis Clubs be founded in every votof tltu property of tome men, It doubted by any oue let them read an ner on the ground for the people. ing precinct in every county in the wtll not 1 lunj? e all property account of the demonstration in his The great big hearted Marvin Chap-elit- es right will be awftllod. How will tliU Fourth Congressional district. honor, by the citizens of his home. Bult the (Trait majority rf tin- - Amerhad baskets filled with good The Democratic National Convenci:uai.vo. Fifteen thousand people, including tilings and everybody faired sumptuican ico)W, who all have home Rev. J. C. Brandon filled his regu- tion will soon be a thing of the past, arid ore tljinc; to (jet uioinT Aro representatives of all parties, joined ously. The crowd again assembled lar appointment here Sunday. they ivudy to Htart iu roUilny on u aud tho Democratic candidate will in the demonstration. Mr. Hobart is at 2 o'clock to hear the preaching of Miss Clara Paxton, Louisville, is ivliolcaalo wmUh by (lebunlnt; the curhave been nominated. Then the beloved by his home people; they Rev. G. J. Bean, of Hartford, after visiting the family ol Mr. Sam Mor- rency ? campaign will bo open with full force. , f Kien If of the ilebtH In thii Hobart is which the crowd left, everyone feeling ton. have confidence in him. country were wiped out It by nu meuru An organization canuot be completed all right, that the day had been one of enjoyMrs. Klla Morton returned Sunday 'follouH that debtors would be beneThe campaign this year too soon. fd- - of I nd iif. try which ment. K G. from Central City ofter a week's visit fited. Tlio ium al. will bo an educational one. The peoTin: Democratic party in this Con. Misses Pearl and Jessie Norris are would follow tbe withdraw ril of capital When the scalp is atrophied, or on would caiiMi Mich BiilTerlntf and liwi to ple must bo shown tho disastrious re- gressional district is certainly in a bad visiting Mrs. V. B. Morton. all cliurti that debtor oh weJl im credno preparation will results of Democratic legislation. There way. The other day they attempted shiny-balDr. J. M. Kverly returned from itors would - Imolud In the common store the hair; in all other cases, can bo figures collected together, re- to have a meeting of their committee ruin. When tho men who paid tlu-i- i Tuesday. Hall's Hair Renewer will start a garding manufacturing, export, im- at Leitchfield. When the hour for Mrs. George Maddox visited her debtH In cheap nllxer went tuboirotr No. HI, Mam St. Owonsboro, Ky. more money, they would Und that ports, revenue and wage earning that meeting arrived it was discovered that growth. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Watden, one would lend, miles at icj-- hlj,'li iu will be astounding. The people iust not enough committeemen were presituxrituw. Whenever n druggist tells you he rnU-s- , hufrick-ii- t last week, to cover tlm 100 PICT ORES Miss Tina King visited her parents bo shown how fho present tariff" laws ent to make a quorum. rlak of unotlicr lepndlatlou vcdienu-- . has somethlti"; justnsuooil lorcouchs, ' The comMrs. Judson Morris was hurt Tuesoi' Tin: Dr. Bell's are insufficient to meet the expenso of mittee then adjourned to meet anoth at Cromwell last week. day by a horse falling, breaking her Thus In the end the uin who had grip, etc., ns helleve it, I'ineTarllons GREAT ST. LOUIS CYCLONE lor we Rimr liojxxl to pro lit by dU3wiit,v would ey don't you Bro Hinton will preach at Walnut arm, the Government, and tbe Gov- er day. Messrs. Sweeney and Gra mill poorer thuu they ante that it is not true. We make find in which Grove the second Sunday in July. increasMisses Bertha Kimbly, Kmma ernment therefore has are now, Tbe attempt to cJuxit the the genuine ami authori7e nil drugham, it is said, urged upon the mem250 r.lVI'S W15RH LOST, AND Miss Manna Renfrew spent last of their prop- gists to guarantee it. The K. K. and Eddie IJverly left Friday devil by robbing ed its iudebtedueis under Demo bers of the committee who were pres $20,000,000,00 Ol l'ROI'KRTY week with her sister near Goff. Sutherland Co , Padttcnh, Ky. erty w itli a Iitccu U oue law, IntU-ofor a trip to Bowling Green and cratic administration, while our in- ent, their claims for the Congressional It ojienly, U a mlaeruWu of DKSTROYI5D. For sale hyZ Wayne Griffin &Ilro., .Mrs Lula Leach, of Cromwell, is debtedness was decreased under ReThese views aie ull taken from actrick. lib katanlo uiijtfity cannot 1ms druggist.nnd Renfrew Htos. Narrow.". We have already advis- visiting the nomination. family of her parents Mr. B. C. Everly returned from tual photograph, And show more fooled In that way. Ky. publican administrations. The peo- ed these gentlemen, along with others, this week. plainly thnu in nny other way the terSunday. ple must be shown that tho balance to let that nomination alone. Th Tree Hllver Colimge flold-U- tl It is MlleV Pain I'UU. rible distinction lelt on the track of Afi alii bnnNliodtir tlr. Mr. John McMillion, of Deanefield, Capt. P. Jones is' now running on Tub lKJiidlt limy not Intend to hoot, MIUm' is against us in our commerce loaded. uoakow with Dr. of trade 'n!o 1'lllx. the storm. It is in book form, prinspent a few days last week with his the steamer Clcrksville. bat he certainly Iuih duritfi-rouxiaporw Louis. ted on fine paper, so ns to be easily Tho people must with other nations. sister, Mrs. Liza Rains. and while they are pointed atour C14 iiiinl 'iul lorNnli'. preserved, and should he in the homes bo shown that under the present adItalUts our InduHtrk-will make but Mrs. O ra Fnglish spent last MonI am now running the Amos Miller oi nil. It Is not likely America will THE TAHIFF. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. low mid uncertain progrciM. nut ministration labor has been without Unit-lorPlease exruso us gentle reader for day with her sister, Mrs. Silas Ren-IroCoal Hank, 2', miles South of ever itgnin be visited by so disastrous Tun Best Salvi: in.the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt trienew capitalIkwill boinvritted In Indusemployment to a greater extent than making a few remarks on this subon the Huttford nnl Cer.ilvo road, a Tornado, hence actual photographs until It priictlonlly certain thut of the scenes will be a curiouuity for Miss Sadie Renfrew and Mrs. Dar-c- us Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chaphas lieen knowu for a quarter of a ject, about which much has been finch luiuHtuicnta aro nafo and tliat and am prepared to furnish coal lor ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all years to come. Nothing like this Allen and little The hank is book has ever been Issued in so shoit century cr more. attend Skin Eruptions, and positively cures they will not Hiiddcnly tarns half their nil who umy want it. and which has caus written and said, ialui by belnfr measured Iu t dol- now iu good running order nud I am u time. It contains pictures Still further, tho people are daily ed so many statesmen to come to grief ed thesingingschool nt Walnut Grove Piles, or no pay required. It Is guarof all the lars. Itemoienll doubts an to the mrwl- - getting out the very best coal. All principal scenes, taken the ncajt day anteed to give perfect sntisfacuion or aid of laluc for tho uext ten A.M. being misled on thefiuaucial ijuestioii. from tune to time. aixl wagons for coal Whilst seated in last Sunday. me filled promptly, alter the storm, before the work.of reniotey relunded. Price 25 cents per our own capital will 001110 out of Its The Republican party wants no de- our "sanctum sanclonum," reflectkeep a large lot just ready to building had commenced. Thin mag. Mrs. Harriet Beechei Stowe, who box. FOR SALE BY Williams & hldlritf-placuforeign capital will rush as I ception practiced on this question or ing upon tho mutability of human aftf to this country; old factories orwl mills load. Instruct your driver to get his niliceut book will be sent by mail, has been an invalid for some jeats, Bell. good postpaid, on receipt ol 30 cents in It wants the fairs, in general, which idea we will died at her home fn Hartford, Conn., auy other question. will bbcomo nettle; now tfutcrprium will coal from me and you will get become undertaken; thousand, now coal, good weight, and another thing stnmps or silver. Don't let this oplight turned on tho financial question. try to explain to you. Statomont of tho Condition Perhaps othWednesday. Mrs. Stowe served with portunity pass of securing the only Idle, will And employment; fanners will you will be Mite to call again. op Tiy; Tho enormous evil that will result ers have advanced tho same idea; distinction ns an editor and did ranch Yours truly, complete and authentic photographs find marla-for their product); I,. T. I'OJ.TI!K. of the Greatest Storm ttver Known to tf from the free aud unlimited coinage of wo haven faint impression that they acceptable literary work, but her will liuve UM- - for their old, mid Have Visited America. Address perhapu need new, clerks; In abort, silver at the ratio of 1(1 to 1, must ho have. fame was gained chiefly by her novel, I'UHUSHRRS' SUPPLY CO. "times will lie (rood." Noicr was thero I'erftoiinl, The misleading and incorrect shown. Wo must bear in miud that we "Uncle Tom's Cabin," which has a 67 & 69 Utnllie Building, St. i,oult. mora cupltnl In i:tiroK! lvudy for l'uiu: 64. page medical reference statements of frco silver leaders must must havo a sufficient revcnuo.to meet phenomenal sale and has been transat very low latesot Inten-iit- . book to any person afflicted with any Ilnru-sU- i arc promising nd nil condibo exposed. There is an alarming tho expenses ot tho government. lated into almost every known lan' HOT1UK. special, chronic or delicate diseise tions aro faion.blu for prosperity exI wakt etry man and woman la lb UalM guage, and probably had more influamount of ignorance throughout tho During Mr, Harrison's administracept one the. Hlitecu to one threat peculiar to their sex. Address the Statct latereitd in tha Opium anil WLU17 leading physicians and surgeons of !i<ti to havo 0110 of my book, on thai ilia country on this question. The people tion wo not only had a sufficiency of ence on public opinion than auy nov nlmcd nt capitalists. aa.n. the United States, Dr. Hathaway & ilox am, Aililr.n II. M,b Woolltr. Atlanta, Oa., At tho oloso of buslnoss.Tuos-day- , anU una will cunt ;uu free. el ever written. must bo enlightened. The Republican revenue to do this, hut tho public Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. C'lilruxi Should Follow Nt. Juno 30, 1806. party experts to do every thing in its debt wus decreased, r. Now If the democrats at t'lilciiio will for Ni I e. it. A, It .Vol Ire. only put as sound a money plank into power to assist the people iu preparSince tho Wilson Tariff' Laws have On Monday July (1, 1896, I will ofThe first consignment of soldiers RESOURCES. their platform us the republicans lime CluiililiilC llulra. themselves to cast their votes in- been iu force, thero have been a defiing fer lor tale nt the Court House door head stones, five in number to Hart-lo- rd Bills Discounted W tvlll iHtifl Tin? llifmniT $72, 387.30 put Into their platform atSt. lxmls, but in Hartford, Ky., at 1 o'clock p. m. telligently. To this end wo must Wo aro bound to cit every year. from the Government Quaiter-mas'.e- r Overdrafts 318,00 little doubt will remain us to our fu- - either ol the following named papers for school taxes due District No. 95, turo staudurd of Miluv, mid copltnlUbi at onco aud get to work. Tho raiso money iu so mo way with Situr-daReal Estates Department Arrived last 3,000,00 will utoncf begin to Invent Iu Ann rkun or one year for the nuiount opposite Ohio county, the Worrcl Mountain best way to do this is to organize clubs which to support tho government. The relatives of the deceased Stocks and Bonds 1,000,00 KHmrltkvi nud Imluxtrlwi. Thin Is the each name. Jno, Kino, Trcas. I3ok over the list and Coal Mines, as suggested. Must wo soldiers will please call on Louis Furniture and fixtures. . How shall it bo raised? 1,000,00 wiryt und ipilelirht uny to bring back see what you nted and give us a call: democrats Daily and Sun. Courier-Journa- l At these clubs all questions can be havo a direct tux? Heaven forbid! Giienther. Q M. of Post No. 4, G. A. Current expenses . , . . 1,506.44 fjood tliiiea. 58 25 K, W, Daghy, a prominent lawytt .should not glie up the light bcfoia the ilisciuscd and people can arrive at Must we havo a heavier internal o R., and receive them nud have them Debts in suits " without Sunday " d 25 2,891.49 inttlo OCOUIN, of Paducah, Ky saya that Dr. Dell's right conclusions. tax? No. Why? Because an put on the grave ol the comrades,, Due from Banks , . . . 10,900,44 I 75 PinejTnr Honey cured his children of A flood Miiill. Iu tbe meau time let every Repub7,513 58 internal revenue tax docs not protect The following is the list: Win. Cash on hand Tho dlwciiMlon uliout kilter and (fold Weekly CpurierJoumnl , , . . 1 75 whooping cough when all things else It's n new remedy lor coughs, Brooks Leach, Co F, 17 Ky,, Inf. J. Checks for remittance . . 772-9remlndH one, much of udrnciuwlon about Ioulsville Commercial , . , . 1 35 failed lican rumembcr that we must return Auioricuu labor and American indusGuarantee by nil dealers. For sale B Hicks.Co. G i2Ky Cav tho relation of the curlli und tun, Tlu; N. Y. Tribune H. B. Mr. Lewis to Congress again. It will tries. A protectivo tariff tax does. 15 hy Z Wayne Grlfiiu & Bro., druggist -. , , 1 05 and Reulrow Bros,, $101,390.30 (fold men umlntulu that the Mirth goa N.Y, World never do to let the Fourth District be And as tho tariff also affords us ample Ward, Co, F. 17, Ky., Inf. Henry I. Narrowsl Ky, round Uui nun) the ullieruien tlint the LIABILITIES. t 40 . misrepresented by a freo silver, frco revenue, tlieretoro wo eiiouiil linvo Wright, Co. F. 17 Ky Inf. Thomas un goes round tlu; earth, ocvilt wliuu Chicago Inter Ocean I Gaily, Co. D 42 Ind , 1 25 . , , I40 000 00 derleelfd by tlio efforU of the liruil.erH Home & Farm Inf. Any Capital Stock ' for July 4, trade Democrat. protective tariff' laws, I nd "goldbuKH.'' N. Y. Evening1 Toat. widow or relative In our district not Undivided profita . . . . We would be glad to send you nny 3,216 49 Tickets on sale July 2, 3 and-4tto Nothing worse could hefull 119 iu a Rut suppose tho tariff' does not pronlile to ptirchas e a head stone lor her Due banks 268 21 of the above named papers. Will Nor Vat for Climp Mod., This stations nt one and one-thifare for political way, Therefore Republictect American inilmtriei and luhtr Tbe attempt to nouvlnco tlw mausoj offer is good lor ntw nihscrlbers nnd thu round trip, good till July husband she can procure one free of Due depositors 57,5-;th to which It docs in fact had we not ans begin to organize at onco. of the people that a depreciated cur. old onts who pay one enr In advance return in chaive bv nrovintr that he On July 4th regular passen-ge- r rnncy would ihoner blcMtlngs ujion belter mako foreigners pay our taxes the last tebelllon by applying to $101,290,20 trains will make nit stops for Uiem can noer tucceed, Atlanta than our own people? Certainly so. It Pieslon Morton, Post No. 4 G A R,, Insist 011 having just what you call Rockport, Ky, Tickets will be on J. C. RILEY, CASHH5B Journal (Deiu.). tiuTiIs, TJJ Boil uus lAtiK miTiule. (lout. UM ia lias been demonstrated that a tariff tux at Hartford, Hy, lnr when you goto buy llood'ri Harsa nale July 4th, good for Subscribed and sworn to before me FJ1 mi iuath Sirup. In ttimi. pif Hold by drmyuu rvi docsuot increnso tho price of goods, W, P. UiiNimu, Commander, Children Cry for parllla, the One True Dlood Purifier nt 35c for the round trip.that day only, by I. C. Riley, Cashier, this June 30, ; C. CllAMllltKLAISf, Adjt, hence thoso people who import goods and nerve tonic 1896. Jno, T. Moore, N P O.C. Pltohor's II. Mukrics. . Tin: letters from Hon. Henry Vnt tereon from Franco, published in tbe NAM A. AMIi;llSO.... ,.i:lllr. GniricrJournal, aro interesting. Their good Kngligh ami happy style, show Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. that tlio condition ol the Democratic I'm da v, July 3. 1S96. party has resulted in no injury to our great Journalist as far as his writing Rates and Torma. Subscriptions $1.35 pet annum In is concerned. advance. John ItiiKA, of Ilusscllvillc, will Local notices 10c per line first in to his law r.ertlon and 5c each subsequent inser- presently bid good-by- o tion. Large contracts special rates. books and his law practico and will Calls on candidates and political mount the racing clump in his own matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, and behalf as a cnmliilato for Cougress. must in varibly be paid for in advance, lie will not remain away from cither unless party ordering1 publication is very long. Johnny will soon return responsible therefor. to both, and Hen. W. G. Hunter will Job Work olall kinds promptly and neatly executed. succeed himself in Congress. Hartford Republican into our country pay the tax. Henco competition makes our prices Just as low as they would bo if thero wero 110 tariff tax; unless it bo 011 somo thing not manufactured in this country,and certainly enough is manufactured here at homo to supply tho want of any No 0110 hut tbo wealthy want mau. such tilings mid no one is better ablo to pay a tax for luxuries than they. Let us therefore havo iu forco once moro the good old Republican protectivo tariff laws. We want a chaugo in ad'airs. A protective tariff system will bring about that chaugo and it will bo for tbo better. BEAVER DAM. Bank DELKtR & gieyeles Are ood - Bicycles and kii Prices I Sarsa-parlll- a, MT - A X r Bicycle repnin.g done promptly Neuralgia WM KIF'G Allen Street, Mil , OWHNSBOHO ort Hood's Sarsaparilla ' Tf-- iii-v- o - . . - ' nil-v- e. CARSOU & CO. Bicycles! Bicycles!! have cut the prices ss loo-o-- our - Entire Inline Ot Wheels- Hhort-HlrhU-- sec-nu- - OurTIPTOP Wheels Reduced Napoleon, Barnes, Monarehs, Overlands. r WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Discount, you money. And Special will oru.-lu- 'In-for- privji-'ert- y Bicycle Sundries short notice. At Bottom one-linl- j?rie5 HIill' Repairing done c& Steitler Ful-kers- a a lit-(t- MK-en- jrs t; mviMim .... 11 43-ij- y, Sound-mone- y rcv-nu- ... Seml-Weekle- y Globe-Democr- " ' V thrlcc-aswee- ... Ml I rd , I Csstorla. July Bargains at SPECIFIC Mr. Joel L. 151 more, was in town esterday. Westcrficld, cheapest fine boy, mother nnd child ting along nicely. both get RANDOM NOTES. One of the most unpleasant tasks to the newspaper man is wrlttlng obituaries If the subject was n lifelong cash paying subscriber it is eas',' iertoelvehlm a good certificate of character than If he was not; even then It is difficult to please the friends of the deceased and acquit your own conscience. FM BROS, UtO Tin KRiison of the year is nenr at Imnd now whun we must get rid of our summer goods. Many ol our Fall Goods are bought and will soon begin to crowd in on us, owing to this fact we are compelled to make prices that will move our stock. For Scrofula. "Since Willillmoil, 1 have Ih'cii nflliutt'il with scrofulous boils mid sores, which caused me terrible sulTerltig. l'lifllclans wero unable to help me, mill I only grew worse under their can. At length, I begun Ipijla to take AYER'S .S.irmtp.irlll.i, SuLzncLnacLe-- c SilZkazs. Handsome styles for waists; cutprices,25c. Dresden silks worth $1 per yard, cut price 79c. Tnilctii silks, cut price 49c. China silks, all shades, cut prices 40c. Black silks, cut prices 49c to 98c. Entire line of 50c woolen dress goods cut to 39c. The above are the lowest prices ever made on same quality n.i inspection ap- very soon grew better. After uslii'' w ia mu? :t lialf a 1I071M1 bottles I was completely cured, so that I have not lad a boll or plmplo 011 liny part of my body for the hist twelve jcars. I can cordially recommend Ajer's Sars.i. pnillln ns thn very best (1. T. lU.l.VllAltT, in iixlitence.." Mersville, Texas. and 'vr blood-purill- AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla Ajer's Cherry Pectoral cures Cough and Colds 111: THE ONLY "ff ORLB'B FAIR Mrs Katie Uewelleyu and sou, Willie, nre both suffering n gleat deal with lull mi atnry rheumatism Field lluioiuok tiitj all competiViru the lour mouths old baby of tion in the buggy line. Mr. N. C. Brown died Saturday night with brain fever after n very short illMiss Kdlth Carson Is visiting relaness and was buried by the sida of its tives in Owensboro this week. mother at Rowesville. Prof. Wm Foster has returned from At the winding up ot the batbecue n tew days visit at Centertown. nt Narrows last Saturday Felix Pool There will be an Ice Cream Supper and Bone Hal had a sctto in wliich at Centertown July it, 1896. Pool got slightly cut twice iti the face with a knife. Marriage license: Rufus Williams Miss Annie Moxly, Brcckenridge to Fannie Coudlct, Estil MidkifTto connty, is visiting her sister Mrs. Mamie Miles. Mollic Storms. Zkat.ot. All millinery goods muit be closed Nlrnyril or Nlnlvn out at once at Fair Bros & Co's. From my firm about 3 miles east of Now for bargains. Hartford one light bay mare, with Mr. St. Clair Walker, oi Hardins-bur- g, blaze in face, two white leet, one fore was the guest of his sistcr.Mrs. foot and one hind foot, with squire Vickers, yesterday. Jo It. tail at hock joint, 6 years old and Mr. J, M. Cnsebler is able to be out nbout 15 hands high. Any informaaguiu alter bclngcoufiiied to his room tion leading to her recovery will be forseveral weeks 011 account ot sick- thankfully received' Notify Tn RtU'UUMCAN. ness. J. R. Fnux, 2t Hartfoid, Ky. A l dividend Awarded Highest Honors World' Pair. cheip a tti at Fi.ldMbiibii.ok'-- . Hit .(git-tu1 w CREAM semi-annua- of 4 per hi. it HAM 11. 11. run: T.tiu.i: 7:16 a. in. 11:43 a. 111. cent has been declared by the Bank of Haitlord, payable ou demand. I. C. Rn.nv, Cashier. Remember when you come to court Monday cull at Tiik Kr.i'UnuCAN ON lite and pav jour subscription. We need it at present. Mr Sam Smith has been granted a in his pension and now draws $17 od pir month, with back pay since October 13, 1S90. ir-is- WEST BOUND. Fast Mail Accommodation Way Freight Accommodation New Orleans Limited EAST-BOUND. preciated. Summer Wash Goods. Granada Batiste 12Jc, cut price 10c. Primrose dimity 12.c, cut price loc. Jaconet D'Alsoce 12 c, cut price l()c. La Jenne organdies 124 c, cut price 10c. Also lull line Ducks, Pcrcals, Marseille, Pique, Linen Batiste, Grass cloth, all at reduced prices. . . 1 3:3s p. m. 8:18 p. m '.12 p. 111. 4:33 a. in. 5:25 a. m. 6:36 a. m. 1:29 p. 111. 7:30 p m. Our celebrated line of Priesmcycrs, will close at cut prices. S1.25slipper for 81.50 for $1.35, 2 slipper S1.G9, $2.25. These goods are guaranteed to the best made. $-2.5- we $1, 0 for be BY BUYING We are under obligations to no one; buy for CASH where we please, and thus enable to pick Try us up many bargains for our trade. and we will prove that we are Leaders in styles, quality and low prices. piartford Sempla of fashion. $ta ZETa-ii- r - Biros. want 25 cSc Co. new Bug- Call on Bullington, the barber. Pay your taxes and save costs. Dceritig Mowing Machines tor sale See Field & Holbrook's gies. by J. W. Font & Co. Wayne Griffin : Ilro. or 30 bushels of meal. '.. Born to the wife of Mr. Steve May last Monday, a girl. Remember nullington will gie Pure crab cider for sale by F. W. you a good easy shae. 23 Cm Pirtle, Hartford, Ky, Bran and shipstuff5oc per hundred We are needing some money now, at '.. Wayne Griflin it Bros. what about that subscription? Rev. Jo It. Rogers will preach at Griffin's drugstore is thconly place Cromwell Friday night before the secthat serves crushed Pruitsat the soda ond Sunday in July. fountain. There were 36 teachers examined at The carding machine at the Hartford Water Mills has been completed the last examination, ami 6 received s certificates; 15 second class; ami is now running. So bring on your wool and get your rolls on short 1 third class and 14 failed to pass. notice. Some needed improvements are goJ. W. Eori & Co. 4KU ing on in II irtford this week, in the way of leveling down the streets in some places and tilling up holes in others. 1yi ghe business Messrs. Williams & Bell have greatenough to know that there ly improved tiie appearance of their Out long are some people I am pleasing with drug store by having the iront paintmy goods and prices, because they ed. M. Bean hoi been doing the continue to trade with me. work. first-clas- NOT LONG f MY METHOD OF business the Is to buy the best, recommend the best. It 1b this method that has brought to my store a permanent, desirable patronage. Fsqr. J. S. Vaught has quite n collection of old papers, dating back as ricjes far as 1S49. He preserves all the two ot the most important points daily papers that comes into his hands Are I and now has something near a wagon to consider in buying anything. load of old papers. He has about evmake them my specialty in Groceries. ery copy of the Hartford Herald and Hartford URrunMCAN since they were established. He has a large number, of copies of the Hartford Messenger, Qomg which was published here by Dr. J. Coleman in the sixties. best; and S sell QUALITY 'And f j' ghere are Jimes When llut you can always save money by buying your Groceries oi Lay up a Cent, Yu Q&n-"- " L B STEVENS. Get a glass of cream soda with crushed fruits at Griffin's Drug Store. We will deliver cream in any quantity day or night. Z.Waynr Grifi'in & Bno. Mason Fruit Jars for sale by (1,00 and Wuyne Griffin & Bro. Jti.35 per dozen, Z. ',' carry enouoh poison to mlecc 1 house more espec hold." In summer-timially, disease germs fill the air, multi- ' tuaes are iniectea, mi w i These messengers of tudes escape. mischief do not exist for millions. Why not Because they are healthy and strong protected as a crocodile is against gunshot. It is the weak, the wasted.the who fall ; those who have no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops Into graver We hear of catching diseasel disease. We can do It Why not catch health by always maintaining our healthy weight. e, 1 uyi in eminent English doctor, "will 4H? Foot A "The Fly" of a Wayne Griffin & Bro. have just received a steamboat load ol flour. This makes the second load for them this year. For Nnle, A good business in Hartford, Ky. Over $1,300 cleared 'lost year, A good opportunity for the right man. Address "Cash" care Tim IfAUTt'onn RBPunMCAN, Hartford, Ky, Oil, Is condensed nourishments food tor the building up ol the system to resist the attacks of disease. It should be taken in reasonable dotes all summer long by all those whose weight is below the standard ot health. If you are losing ground, try a bottls now. of Cod-liv- Vat uli by all druggists at joe. anil Ium II )ou need anything in the buggy line, you will do well to call on Field & Holbrook where you can get them at prices to suit the times. Meeting night ol the Rough River IlAIU.liN Mkkkick, Agt. Lodge. No. 110 K. of P. has been changed from Saturday night to TuesNext Monday is county court day. day night ut each week. 100 shirt waists ((c at Fair Bros. & The following named persons have Co's. paid their subscription to The New tow linen suits at Fair Bros. since our last issue. Jno. & Co's B. Taylor, Beaver Dam; D. J. FlemHigh cut plow shoes $1.00 at Fair ing, Greenville. Bros. & Co's, Mr. Reason Craven and Mrs. Mar-th- a Lucinda Sans, of Fordsuille, were V.. Wayne Griffin & Bro. sell salt married yesterday at the home of the at $1.15 per barrel. bride. The groom is 65 years old, Prices cut hall in two on millinery while his bride is 45. at Fair Bros. & Co's. In another column in this issue you F.;qr A. S. Aull, Sulphur Springs, will find u statement of the condition was in town yesterday. of the Bank ot Hartford at the close Remember Bullingtou can give you ot business June 30, .1896. The he very best in the tonsorial line. statement shows the Bank in a flatRemaining stock of summer drtts tering condition, notwithstanding the prevailing hard times. goods for cost at Fair Bros. & Co's. We publish to day a statement of When in town Monday call and pay the condition of the Ohio County your subscripionto Till! Rni'Unr.iCAN. Bank which embraces five months All kinds ot the freshest canned business. The interest nnd discount goods at the lowest cash price at Grifis $1,430.27, which is certainly a very fin's. satisfactory showing. The bank is Mr J. R Felix had a line mare being conducted in a safe manner and stolen from his farm near town last deserves a share of the patronage of week. the public. Mr. R. T. Collins has severed his Sheriff Keown and his deputies are now in their war paint nnd say they connection with the grocery store of are going to collect all taxes so as to Z Wayne Griffin & Bro., and has meet the payments as required by purchased Mr. L. C. Duke's saloon. s business law. Look out for them they want Mr. Collins is a man and will make a success of any the tax j on owe, too. "Bob" Walker makes an ideal Po- thing he undertakes. Mr. Duke will lice Judge nnd we me for hiin at the remain in Hartford a few days after uext election. Judge Carson was which be will take a tour through the sworn olf the bench ouedaylast week South. in a case and "Dob" was agreed on lo.il ilir rrve by the attorneys ami tried the case. Upon pure, rich blood and you need Mr. W. Holbrook, of Uuford, has not fear nervous prostration. Nerves bought an interest In the FitUl Coal are weak when they nre improperly Pure Co., at Island, Ky., and has taken nnd insufficiently nourished. charge of the store at that place. He blood is their proper food, and pure is a good business man and will be blood comes by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is thus the greatest and quite an ndditton to the Company. best nerve tonic. It also builds up It has been suggested by a large the whole system. number of Sous ot Veterans that we Hood's Pills are the favorite family organize a camp at this place There cathartic, easy to take, easy to opernre a great many Sons ot Veterans in Hartford and surrounding country, ate. and a good camp could be easily orIT. I'l.KASANT. ganized. Let s go to work. L. II. Condit has returned home Tax payers, our Sheriff and his depu- trom Bowl ingGreen Business College. ties now declare taat they will call on James Hudson and son, Fred, of Hartford, made a short visit to friends no one tax payer more than the second time for tax money, but when and relatives bete this week. Mr. K. Frank Buskill is at home the second call is made will get the money or property out of which to for a short time. An ice cream supper was givcti at make it. They are now on the wai Be ready to settle when they the residence of S.W. Tlchenor last path. call ou you. Friday night. and "Miss Mr. Rufus Williams Last Thursday night burglars en- Fannie Condit daughter of W. F. tered Mrs. Carrie Williams house and Condit were' married at the went into Owen Williams' room when home of the bride Sunday morning at he was awakened, nnd gave the 8 o'clock. Rev. Tom Morton peralarm. Mr. II. P. Taylor was bent formed the ceremony. The party for and when he arrived he ran the went to New Bethel Ciurch to CliiH-dreburglar out a window upstairs, but Day. Ilarve and Luke Condit the midnight prowler escaped. Mr and Miss Sadie Hendricks of Hartford A. Hudson was up town nnd saw two were present at the wedding. strange looking men nnd placed them Farmers have their crops nearly under arrest. Not having sufficient clean and are beginning the oats harproof against them they were released. McK. vest. V. G. Harnett left his wagon Mr. "One of my sick headaches," you and team standing In the streets Tuesday morning when the horses will hear people frequently say, as if the complaint was hopeless incurable became scared and rushed down Market Street at a rapid gait, crashing into As a matter of fact, Ayer's Pills not ly the shed in front of Thomas Bros', only relieve sick headache but e remove the cause of this dis store, knocking down oneoi the posts, i and then struck out for home. They tress g complaint, and so bring ran out on the levee beyond the about a permanent cure, bridge when the wagon was overturnWe wish to say.to our subscribers ed, and one of the horses fell against that we need inouey. We are trying the barb wite fence and was cut up to give you a good paper, but we considerably. The wagon was not must have money to do so. Don't damaged. neglect this matter You can easily pay us and it would help us a great AiUfrll.rtl l.rllrra. Letters in the Hurtiord Post Office deal. We dwe money and wish to after 30 days will be sent to the Dead pay it. Call at the RBfUiiucAtr office and pay your subscription mow. Utter Office at Washington, D. C: Hon. John Addison Porter, W. G. We need the money now worse than McGee, J. W. Foster, Mrs. Mary we ever did. Tuts is Tim truth. Field, Rev. Willard Denton, 1 H IN II AM. Caines. Resp'y, Blackberry picking is all the go W. II. Gmi'i'iN, P. M. now and in passing you may see Wlsls Wo IiikI n few ol Thrill. irom two to fifteen in a patch. Ill the matter of a prize subscriber The shrill whistle of the steam the Imminence Constitutionalist bears tlueshers are sounding around In this off the palm, One of its subscribers neighborhood now nnd the yield of on Monday paid up its Mibscrlptlou wheat will be smaller than usual. to 1902, Win. Rogers Is the happy man, a Cincinnati Limited Accommodation Way Freight Accummodation Fast Mail .... Itr. i:ilHinr Nlmvr. Tuesday night the entertainments closed which had been given by Dr. KUwood and his associates in the Kickapoo Medicine Co. They remained in Hattlord two weeks and gave nightly "ntcrtsinmeuts. They had large attendance every night.and the voting contest for the most pop, ular young lady grew exciting belore the prize was awarded. Miss ISIla Cox won the prize, receiving over7oo votes. Misses Udna Griffin and Lena Carson were close seconds" for the prize. There was much amusement created by the vote for the laziest man in Hartford, which resulted in a tie vote and both the gentlemen were given a prize. The show left Wednesday morning for Beaver Dam where they will re- main two weeks. Pitcher's Castorla. ELLENDALE. Children Cry for ' first-clas- The big Kentucky Fair begins this year ou July 2S1I1 nnd ends August 1st. Five days devoted to instruction, amusements and recreation. The management are making superhuman efforts to make it the leading fair of the State. There will be improvements and rare attractions in all departments. The gorgeous floral hall of '95 will be eclipsed by the splendor of this year. A $no Packard organ will be given to the best display of ladies' work in the hall and $25.00 in gold to the best display of eacft county represented by at least three displays. The best article ot each clsss will also receive a. liberal premium. The Poultry Exhibit promises to make the poultry show second to none in the State. Premiums liberal and classification full. New regulation coops are used and poultry judged according to the American standard oi perfection by T. D. Heimlich, the expert judge of Jacksonville, 111, The race track Is in most excellent condition, being several seconds faster than last year. It is without doubt one of the fastest half mile tracks in the State, and on it will be fine running, trotting and pacing races, men's, children's and women's bicycle races, mule, hound and goat races and foot and potato inces. Accommodations for 10,000 people will be in daily attendance will ample, luxurious nnd cheap. Beside the big hotel there will be a village of tents small tents, family tents and tents big enough to sleep a Sunday School excursion. that Handsome premiums given to couples marrying on the grounds on Wednesday and Thursday. Excursion rates on all railroads and rivers of middle and Western Ken- tucky. Admission 35c. Tuesday the 28th being ladles' day, ladies and children W. F. Rapier, under 10 free. President Ellendale Fair Co. For lurther information nnd premium lists address the Secretary. Privileges sold to highest and best bidder. Bids close July iotli 1896. R T. Smith, Ellendale, near Curdsville, Ky. Blood-pu- t ifiers, though gradual, are radical in their effect. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is intended as a medicine only not a stimulant, excitant, or beverage. Iimmadiate results may not always follow its use; but after a reasonable time, permanent benefit is certain to be realized. Statomontof tho Condition Ol' tiik Ohio County natl, $635 round trip, on sale July 5 and 6th, good till July 13 to return. Please take notice to the schedule as shown in the county papers that the train service is excellent and you can leave Beaver Dam in the morning and return in the evening, or on noon noon trains either way. Connections with other roads are good. Coupon tickets on sale for all principal points I have just heard ol a man who has in the United States and Can Ida. the skull of a negro which he uses for II, Merrick, Agt . . a soap dish. He plowed it up, where lor Nnlc. in all probability, the neyro had been I will, as Treasurer of school Disburied. This is kept for the novelty trict No. 1 (colord).ofTer for sale at the of the thing, but let me tell you Court House door In Hartford, Ky., neighbor, I do not want any such on Monday, August 3,1896, the prop-ert- y novelties around my house. Do belonging to the following namyou? ed tax payers nmount of tax opposite each name: The scramble which has been going Names. Taxes. on for the past few days among some Shanks Brooks $1 00 of our people to secure the prize for Isaac Stovall 2 00 the most popular young lady In Hart Sam Moseley 2 00 ford has come to an end, but not be- Louis Griffin 1 00 fore much hard feelings were engenBen Carter 2 00 n dered between people who bad Riley Griffin .1 2 00 fast friends. I doubt the Willie Taylor 1 00 propriety of such procedure. Take On the above amounts there is a the balloting and let every one vote fee of $2.00 added to each account. ns he pleasts would come more Bearer 48 4t John King, Treasurer. expressing the true sentiment ot an The theory in the treatment ot assemblage. The young ladles who were In the contest were all popular, coughs, lung and bronchial affections has been advanced bv the mami but I have learned that voting tickets of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. ihrturrna It Is were bought from individuals who truly a wonderful remedy. All dealhad no interest in the matter, some ers sell it on a oositive guarantee. were paid for with money, some were For sale by Z. Wayne Griflin & Bro., drugeist. paid for with whisky and some were rows, Ky. and Renfrew Bros.. !Na- rpaid lor by persuasion. Take It whatever way you may it has caused Fourth ol July ExcnrMon Tin she C. O. A N. l. II. It. hard feelings which time alone can The C. O. & S. W. R. R. will sell heal. round trip tickets at greatly reduced rates on July 2nd, 3rd and 4th limited With a few dollars Hartford could lor return until July 7th. These tickhave a nice Park in the lot laid off for ets will be sold between all points on the same near the jail. It is a beau- the C. O. & S. W.R.R, also to points tiful site conveniently located and on the I.C. & Y. & M. V. R. R. would make and ideal Park. If It had Extra coaches will be placed on all had proper attention when it was trains and special efforts made to ac first laid off we would now have a commodate the 4th of July travel. beautiful Park, where weary travelers Take advantage of this ODDortunltv could stop and rest in the shade and to visit your friends. Call on nearest where the young people could spend ticket agent of C. O. & S. W. R. R. the afternoons in reading. Somebody for further Information In resrard to take the matter up. rates and special train service. S. G. Hatch. G. p. a. A suggestion was made in this pam Good Old Granny lletcalf, 86 years per a few weeks since about the Oak-wo- od old, living at 618 Monroe street, Cemetery. Theplacedoes need Ky., cleaning up very bad, weeds and bush- Tar Honey says that Dr. Bell's Pine is the best grip cure, es are taking possession of all the idle cough, lung and bronchial remedy ground and many graves have grown that has been offered to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. up in bushes until it looks, in some places, like and old field. It should be Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. attended to without delay. Field & Holbrook have the very Malice Anyone having about $500.00"" to best buggies In the market Give loan, will do well to write to "C" them a call before you buy. care The Republican, Hartford, Ky, iixio.v. The very best security offered. Crops are looking well. TheDeach crop Is the best In several years. MUKBTY, Mr. Linton, of Logan county, was Day was celebrated here Chlldrens last Sunday, the house was beautiful- the guest of Mr. T. M. Morton last ly decorated with flowers and ever- week. Mr. Robert Taylor, of Kansas, who greens. The class did exceedingly well with their singing, the pieces ha3 been visiting friends and Relatives were well spoken and were very in here for several weeks, left for his home Veduesday. It wasva sad visit tercsting. Mr. Wesley Stevens and sister, for Mr. Taylor for two of his brothers Miss Emma,Kinderhook,vislted their were laid to rest within ten hours uncle Charlie Stevens and family last of each other while he was here. Miss Shear, of Butler county. Is the Saturday night and Suiday. Misses Alice Leach and Mariudla guest of the Misses Davidson. Miss Siddle Davidson is eolnir to Beck, ot Mt. Pleasant, were the guest teach at this place again this fall. of Misses Emma and Lillie Austin last Mr. Fon Rogers teaches near Hamil Sunday night. ton, s. F. B. Mr. S. C. Stevens attended the State Teachers Association at Newport Ky., last week. He returned Suffered Eighteen Years.' home Saturday last and reported a Pslua Departed and Sleep Cuss. nice time. Hr.JnllA. Dwn, ofCoTingSon, Tenn, Miss Lucy Berryman who has whoao buibtod hta cbarge ot the tlectrlc at hai len visiting friends aud relatives light pUnt Herthat place, and been a great ipeedy ailments at No Creek returned home Sunday sufferer. described by herself, as lollowitcure are beat last. "For IS years I tufrerod from nerrousaeaa and Indication. 1 tried erery remedy recMr. II. B, Taylor Is on the sick ommended by family and friends, but I could get no relief at all. Tiro years ago, list. high-flyerhereto-fore.bee- Tuts would be n much nicer world to live in if everything was carried on strictly for cash. Every failure you read about was brought on by bad debts. The very men who owed these debts, no doubt, had been having n good time, going from one place to another, spending money for every thing they could have done without, while the poor merchant who had credited him for the suit of clothes, which covers his trifling hide was battling against financial ruin. I have seen such men, and have known cases to happen just as I have mentioned. Men high up In life are the only ones who practice such. It is not the meek and lowly poor man who does such, but the men who have money, that take a special delight in turtjing the collector away when he is Rsked to pay his account. It only takes a short while, thank god, for s to be found out and these then they will drop with a thud. Thr sooner, the better. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cttm of Tartsr Powder. Frte from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A I.xrnmiuii Stair. Picnic at Rlneyvllle July 18, '96, $2.75 round trip, on sale July 18, limited to date of sale to return. National Democratic Convention t Chicago July 7, '96. $11.10 round trlp.onsale July 3,4 and 5II1, good till July 12 to return. Grand Lodge B. P. O. , .rl Clncln ... V V ffect-ual- 11 At tho 0I080 Business Juno 30, 1806. RESOURCES. , . 10,936,01 Loans Stocks and Bonds , . , , 1,10000 Real Estate 5,000,00 Furniture & Fixtures , . 500.00 606.28 Expenses paid Cash on hand nnd in other banks 7.917.7' $26,060,00 Miss Verna Stevens, Union, visited Misses Mamie and Nannie Stevens last week. A jolly crowd from here attendtd thes chlldrens exercises at Beaver Dam Sunday night. We are glad to note that Mr. Luther Chlun is slowly Improving. He was able to visit his uncle Sam Coleman 'while belnjr treated by three local pbyslelans, Dm. llarret, Maley and 8herod, they last Saturday night, , Mr. James Austin and daughter, Miss Killie, were in Hartford one day last week, Dora Dean. Tnkrii uia an lis tray. About 4 weeks ago a red and white. pided cow came to my house and has been there ever since. She is about 12 years old, and Is giving milk; marked with crop and underblt In right ear, and split in the left She Is rouglsh. I have tried to find the owner but have failed, Anyone can have the cow by proving his property and paying tor this advertisement and other Incidental expenses. Call at my farm one mile South of Beaver Dam on the Beaver Dam and Roches P, M. Daughkrtv. ter rpad. Beaver Dam, Ky, June 24 tf VlB3. Joili, A. Duo WW. informed me that I had become OrvptUal, and that there was little hope far me. I then decided to try LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Deposits , , , Interest and Discount ... ... . $10,000.00 14,629.73 M3.7 $26,060.00 S. K. COX, Pbhsidknt, Sworn to before me by S. K. Cox, thlsjuly and, 1896, Jas.P.Tuouas, Examiner for Ohio Co, gave me any relief whatever. I am now well and ttrong, and IiAanfc (7Jmrudoy ol iV IV fvrDr.UOefKtrvtn." IMS. JULIA A. BROWN. Dr. lilies' Nervine is sold on a positive) guarantee that the Unit bottle will lienslt. AlidrugfUtsseflltatll.t bottles forte. or Uwlllbeseut, prepaid, pa receipt of price by the UrTulTes Medical Oa., Blkhart, lad. Dr. Miles' Restorative NerrlBe, I was then unable to get to sleep until well on toward daylight, and during all this time I had a deep, heavy pain In Buy most mlwra&M, indatt, but left side. J bottle of the titrviru after taking Irouldsleepallnlfht just as well aalevsr did. The Nttviiu Is the only remedy that s one-ha- lf Dr. Miles' Nervine RV.&, Hartford Republican I'ltlDAV, JUIA'3. 180G. litt' immiii' tun." timlimf lof gttkl out of circulation, tiicinrvhiw. nwy nonnr biilcUi'cle MEDICAL General Directory. T HOW SAVINGS WILL 1'rotlilln'ir 11 Iter Tlicfq'nlll b nl men wliou they ers orIlliniicti,elcrkaiiii(l pr..freloii jrutoilruw 11 Turret. million", tit mini fann- LOST. Mllior l.ur tlnoa Into BE BaUiifrvoutof bunk uftorvte iKiwpolir, or ilecklci! to go, to nllvcr bnsla, Khimki o foolishly dpcldt) to jro there via tlio nlxtcou to ononhortllnc. Tlw 4,S75,StD cUpofiltors, Vtlio havo $1,810,6117,023 In ravings banks, would nil suddenly conclude to withdraw their Mulnm nnd to convert them Into gold before ucHhould drop to tho slhcr lm,K Only a small iicrccntairo could obtain their deposits before the doors of tho bnnks would Tho great majority of depositors would lmo to wnlt until wc lind nctu- nlly reached n silver basis before they vould withdraw their deposits, nnd this picture shown tho kind of money they "Would obtain. It will not be tho fault 'vir-Aibstrfe- (heat urd Hjilemlld mill powerful n. tmt;gm eminent Ik, It enniHit ncVomplWli the luipiwwlble. It piitinnli'ii-ntiMiiliio- , It Imih not t nlphruilHtV Hiilitlr nrt ot unlliilti'd hIImt into irold, iiiir en n It, liv nmiiliotrnt lint, tiinhi .V) ei'iits worth Hx) eenK An well Undertake bv n rt'Koliitloii of eoiiifrcM to Mlv ipenil tho Inw of Kr tttitluii im attempt to compel 1111 unlimited ntnulitT of dollar, to circulate with dollar, nt 11 parity with eiudi other. An nttempt to rn.npi'l unlimited ilollnPi of such unequal Miluc to clretilntc nt n parity Is bad In inouiln nnd Is lulous In ! luo-ee- TREATMENT. iut Catarrli, fncn, rani brttielfAdlnffjihtnlcUuiiti.1 fnerfl1totO . cntintr), eoniiiltoofy iMt. IIAIMAWAV A iv&rborn tu., Clitcici., III. All tlrnute 1m women, rrlrnt fclln. Hlooi! ml Dlitiion. ( tuti trratfd Iit null all dm i ii worM hy ptmlltiK forhjwpioni liUiik No, I ftf n tn No, 3. lMfanftf, No. 4 t r for tfktn 11rt of roftmilnnil Hit1 flmmUlrL-ftalitftl niuranlo(rlTiu If nnriarr women. Bti-- Governor Williiun 0. llrnilloy. Lieut. Governor W. .!. Wortli-iiigtm- bTATK Ol'l'lCIAU. i. What is tsecretnrynf State Clmrlcs Fiuley. Attorney Geiiernl W. S. Tnylor. fitr nun iruiu Ainlitor Siumiel II. Stone. aro atlUttfil with am of private i11pim; Trcnsiifer Geo. V. Long. " mimmmmmmKmnm prrullnr lO thllT If!, fl?" titrlouKllrctiM, female trouMm, rtc. Hi nl twu J Cmmiiitsioiicr oi'Asriculture, Hnr cint Pttnpio nay ittacr, to tliu IcAdlnft tiHi:laU Stutisticn !iUtus tlrulturo nnil liti ant ni7lf(annli Kit cojintry. 1)U. HATHAWAY Moore. CO., j o Dearborn 6t. Chicago. Ill Suporiiitendcnt Public liistruction-Gc- o. PREE1 ItieOnl)- IHilloy. ' m- - w IIIi io If tho banks lire of tho bank to return as good money as tliey officer.1 Tho trick of Fuyhiir that the sixteen ratio Is not material, which, appeared as an aftei thought shortly before Altgeld made his Chicago speech, will not go. The sKtocn toonoforniulu .Is in nil the sliver plntfoiius, with ono or two very recent exceptions, nnd now it will not down nt the bidding of any silverlte conjurer. Tho plun of leaving the question of ratio to congrtsa will not deceive any honest money man nor will It satisfy SILVER AND THE POOR MAN. nny sllv elite who is In dead em nest. To drop to sixteen to one formula would Cheap Money DUnrnniRCM All I offend the silverlte rank nnd file und Itelittlons. lvorycrankwhoventurcs to proselyte send them over In n body to the separate ;for five silver seems to think that the silver party or tho populists, whllo It poor man Is his most promising game. nould not satisfy nny run ml money Tho doctrlno he presents Is that moro man. A platform demanding five coinmoney Is necdol that Uie poor man may age at thlity to ono or any other ratio Tiavu plenty. Ho does not fay how the would not satisfy any honest money jpoor man Is to get any more money, man. Tho Chicago convention must say fwhlch Is tho Important tiling, nor that a cheap money Is tho one tliltiy the poor either sixteen to ono or gold standard. nmn can stand less nbly than tho rich Theie. 1j no middle ground, for neither free sllvci lies norsoiiud monej men can jnan. Tho jioor man, the worklugman, ,or U10 farmer, are served only when by uny possibility be induced to stand they have, tho best money obtainable. on sucli uncertain ground. This money question has been vexing Suppose for a moment that frvo silver tho business public, holding nil indus.should drho the gold dollar out of circulation. Tho flrbt ciTect is on tho poor tries in terror and suppressing till enterprise nltogether too long. It is high rauan. When ho receives his weekly wages It is paid in tho cheap money. time to have It settled and settled with IIo in buy less such a profound thud that no demalie Is tho first uith it than with tho higher priced gogue will think of bringing it out jnoney, of course. If he hnpjieim to bo again with Intent to befuddle nnd bea whole half century valuing $12 a week nnd the dollars aro fool tho cut down from a gold basis to a silver to come. It is tlmo for this generation ijiihLs he will get IS dollars, worth to hnve dono with this distracting 70 cents each, or $8. 10, InMeud of lunacy and settle down to solid business. Chicago Chronicle. the vuluo that prevails when the gold Htandard Is accepted. With cheap money Silver l)ur4tltni Drought Home. prices w 111 go up. What ho buys he will Mr. Iletull Salesman! Your salary jiavo to pay moro for. ManufacturIs, wo will say, S15 ierwick. You pay ers aro notgolugtopruducotbclrwnrcs four dollars for board; a suit of clothes nnd sell them for tho sninc number of costs you S12; underwear SO cents dollars when the dollars aro worth less garment, and so on. How would you money. Trw poor man will catch itiu lika it If jou still got the snmo ?15 and both directions. liad to pay nearly eight dollais for Cheap money disarranges nil hiwlncss board, nearly $21 for a suit, nearly ono relations. There is no such a thing as dollar per garment for underwear, nnd one standard for ono class and nnoUier so on? That's what fieo silver would ior another class. Tho talk of the debt- mean to you, for some time, at any rate. or's money and tho creditor's money Is Dry Goods HeonomlsL bunko. Kvery man Is debtor and creditor nil the time. The worklngman Is Tho Incomldtent hllrcrlte. tho creditor while ho Is earning his "I believe lu a nmn living up to his wages, until he U paid. He is a debtor principles," said Uncle Allen Spaiks. or the few thing! ho buys without pay'Xov , I have a neighbor w ho is a howling for when he gets them. As ho jmjtf ing silverlte and Is nlvviiv stalking about cu.h for much of w hat ho buys, and the crime of 163, but whenever ho flnda all his wages to stand until tho that somebody has passed a Canadian vnd of the week or month, he is a credten cent piece on him he saves it to itor moro than he Is n debtor. The cheap throw In the contribution box nt Itiouey, which Is to benefit tho debtor, church." Chlcuipi Tribune. would lwneflt tho employer who owes WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON? him wages, and who pays tho wages hi tho depreciated coin. Eomo Tent tjuctloti' ftir tJlidcohlpil VotThere Is but one Ltandaid desirable, er Ut t'oiifilitur. nnd tlint is the best dollar that can bo Aro jou opposed to a sudden contracmade. Tho stnndaid Li now fixed at a tion in tho volume of money now In trlflo more than 22 gruiiis of pure gold. use? A law would immedi. Tho aim of tho country is to keep all ntelj drive out of ell dilation over W00 other dollars, gold, silver or paper, up OU0.UO0 In gold. to that btandurd and not delxiKo or Do jou believo in a stable measure of cheapen any of tliem. Pittsburgh vuluos w hleh be fair to both deblor TlmeH. and ciedltor? The sixteen to ono icheino would put this country on o Vtlirrn tho (Jormiuis titunil. Out of J02 German ncvvspajiers to fluctuating- silver basis. Have j on money in t he bank or loaned which circulars wero sent by tho Sound Money leaguo a out to anyone? 1'iee silver would cut short tlmo ngo, 331 uro hi favor of tho tho value of jour savings lu two. Alu jou no colmigo of sliver. Over 100 of tho monetary picpnicd to abandon lthe stnndaid which is used 602 Gcrniuu papers hnvo Uius far failed to muko nny reply to tho committee's the great conuneieinl nations of tho world and adopt that of China, India circular. Tho party that overlooks tho German und other cheap labor countries? If not, you should piulest against frcchllvcr. voto need not worry UtieU uboutol'Jelal Do jou believe that ciiimuoti houratj lesponslblllty. The tinnuaus coiistituto demand that debts contracted In 11)0 s, but a suvjll pcrcentugo of our but uro an hniiortunt class uu cent dollars should bo pnid In money worth us much iu that which waslw election day, rowed? 1 ree coinage means the reriot Cerlulu That rirn Will lluni. pudiation of of nil obligations. In 1S80 silver Inflation wus mitlioe Do jou know of any vviy lu which Iwd. As n mwlt, in 1S03 tliero wai a men who nietioiv pour can get rich fiiiiuiel.il eollapw. Tho country has not except bj haul work? If not, jet boon oblo to right itself, but tho should condemn the quai ks who jou nro crazy advocates of cheap money innist premising the oplc to make them nil upon a renewal of their wild cipcrl-iiicn- t. rich by ii'ifUl.illnii which will deluso the currency. Would jou lll.e to see capital ubun-tliiVOULD INJURE ALL. and luteiest low? Money U far L'liiilriimii ruirlMiika Huvs 1'rco Colimu .more plentiful nnd Inteiest intes am ' VVnitlil JUvmi Hutu. lower In gold standard imtloiiM than In Ilefoic the republlcuu jiarty nt Fi, tho couiitiles. Ixiutundoptcd ltdcUr-cuthounDo jou consider It lnixirtnut to the luonoy plank Tempoiury Cbulnnun Charles W, Interests of trade 'ind Industry that i'ulrbanks said lu hh opening speecln thefv should lx no uneertnintj" Inri-ar- d , Tlw lepiibllenii party hnn not to tho basis of the eountij's finan Unfileiidly to the pioper use of silver, ces? ulieii JOU luui't opjiose the senseIt has always fuvuied mid favors to- - less agitation which Is checking the In- iday Uie usu of silver as n part of our vestment of capital and depressing busl rvuuuiuuiijf illinium, jiui ii luvorstnat Jiokh. aso undue such provUlons and safu-- 1 Would you lllio to wo tho purchasing Uuuida us skull not lnuerll our piewnt power, of the worklngmaii's wages cut imtioiial stnnihiid. Tho iK.llcy of tho down bv nenrrenev law wbleh repiiblhxui party U to retain both gold should declare that CO (flits' worth of .und silver as a (met of our ciieukitlug silver was u "dollar?" Under free coinmedium, wlillu tho policy of friocoiu-u- g age, this eountiy would have stiver of silver IcuiU to certulit silver monomutiilllsiii, with double prices for 'monnmiitalllein. 11 Is tut Immutable law everything the workem buy, that two inofitij'H of uiuiqiuil valiu will Aro you willing to bring on n finannot clioulatu' togothor, and that the cial panic, caused by tho culling In of (pooiuriilvwiy dHves out tho better. loans lluough fenmof Tlioso who piofew, to lielleve that merely for the siiko of trying .this goveruiueut, !meHnuViit of ot'i-cheap money experiments which have great cmmerclal uitlons, run open IU ulvvujs resulted In disaster? If not, and mints to tin fiee nm! ii dtpi ink iiteuin if you want nn hone t dollar mil pins. uge of at u intiouf u on Irr , jou shouid weak und o't t II the when the enuiii' il rutio In IH'.iai t (ill nttiiupts to debaeo tho igrcut niuiLrta u thirty to one, m.d .it Wlilililcn (iiuhum. 1o ono lot-er- . pos-fclb-ly intentions of their country nnd inserted ,the gold clause In mortgngeo, the banks ithcmselves will hnve to accept dcprecl-inte- d dollars in return for tho full Tnlue dollars loaned. They will, therefore, jhuvo' only cheap dollars to return to their depositors. These depositors, then,' nro the real creditor class of this country. Instead of lielnff few-- nnd w cnlthy itliero are over 10,000,000 of them having deposits in nil kinds of banks and in building and loan associations, and 'their average per capita deposits nro jonly $J00. This country will not go to n stiver basis without tlio consent of a llorge portion of theso deixjsltors. If they do voto to put It on a silver basis, federal millions of them will boklcklng itheinsclv cs the next morning after they ,flnd out what they linvcdoue. xceclvod. They hnvo loaned the banks' .f undsoutat interest nnd, except in cases jwlicro ofllecrs hav o susjiec ted t ho honest opening our mints to the Indefree coinage of silver foreign would bo withdrawn nnd do- credits would be greatly i tilled, More tfian this there would be certain nnd midden contrnetlou of our currency by the expulsion of $020,000,-00- 0 of gold nnd our aperuud silver currency would Instantly nnd greatly depreciate in purchasing power. Hut otic result would follow this enterprise would be further embarrassed, buiness demoralization would be Increased, nnd Mill further and serious Injury would be Inflicted upon the lalKircrs. the farmers, tho merchnnts nnd nil those whoso wclf.-udepends upon wholesome commerce. A chnngo from tho preFcnt standard to the low silver standard would cut down the recompense of lalxir, reduce tho vnluc of tho savings lu savings banks and building nnd loan nsertctn-tlonsalarle and Incomes would shrink; pensions would be cut In two, the lencllcinrlcof life insurance would ruffer; in short, the Injury would be so universal nnd that radical change ran be contemplated only with the gravest apprehension. A ound currency defrauds no one. It Is good alike In the hands of the em ploye nnd the employer, the lalorer nnd ,ho capitalist. Upon faith In its worth, Its stability, wo go forward planning for the future. The capitalist erects his factories, acquires his materials, employs his ni tteans, mechanic nnd laborers. He Is confident that his margin w 111 not bo swept nwoy by In tho currency. The laboier knows that tho money earned by his toll Is ns honest as his laW, nnd' that it Is of unquestioned purchasing power. I cur-dos- e. c 11 s; 11 Upon pendent credits inrstlo 'nuiitele llnnk oi'Titn Great St. Louis Cyclone Jl'MAN CU1170.V. CcntalnltiR 425 Lrj-e- . bcntttifully 11V printed pages, enibmclng complete history of the preatist tornado that ever visited Atneteca. IiAVsTIIAVi I1WITII tSiSlT.CtAI.I.MlOR Si7i: l'ltoTocitAi'itKn Vikws. Kxtra cloth hiiidiug, Si 50; extinhnlf morocco, $2 00. IVtlier.stjlc will be sent by mil!, postpaid, on receipt of price Vr.uv !.iiii:i:ai, Ti:h.ms to Acknts. Write for our specl.i! discounts and tiruis to nccnts. iree Ivytinil. Agents, scud lor I'lesfint I'rospectu, bj mill, 25 cents, which mcrelv covers the cot nf postitje n'ul iiiallitlg. Do not ennfuse this Trie complete and authentic bMorv with the small puiiphlets ol views now bcinp; circulated nnd sold Address, Ollice Clms. 0. Ivcynold. InBiirnnco Bureau Commissioncr-- D. W, Comingore. Adjutant General 1). U. Collier. Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Hrown M, DavUon. Register Lain! IfrKl iI ii F I Cnstorltt Irt Dr. Sniiiilid IMtclicr'n prpM-rlptlofur Iiilhnta mid ClilldrciH It contitliiH iiuillicr Opium, 3Iorplllno nor other Xitrcotiu Milistuncc. It Is u Iiarmlcss mibstltilto forvVnronrorlc, Drops, Sontliliifr S.vrups, mill Castor OIL It Is l'lciisant. Its giiuiiintco Is tlitrty jrars hho by Millions of Jlotlicrs. Castorin. destroys "Worms ami allnj.s foverinlmcsM. Caxtorin provculs voiiiltlnir Sour Curd, cures Dlnrrlia'a anil AVInd Colic. Castorla relieves teething troubles, euros constipation and llaliiloncy. Castorla, nsslmllates tlio food, rcgiilntcs tlio Htoinach mill natural leep. Casand bowels, f,'ivinjr torla is tlio Children's l'aimeea tlio Mother's Friend. t curn nniiiiM, ltlp.nui Talmles: at ilriiRglatii. Itlpnns Tnhiilen cure (HshIiiomi. Hlpani TAhulcs euro hciiliichc. HIp.uiB Tdhulcii euro llattilcnce. ' HipmiH TalMili'ti cum ilyKpppKi. Itlii.i :is Tatmtrs nnnlst illrteutlon, ftlp.iiM 'I'.ilmloH euro hail hrcntli. ItlpaiiM Tiihuli s ruri IiIKoupiiphh. HlpaiiH T.ihulcs, ono rIvch iclluf, ltliiiuix Tnhiilcs euro linllrcHl Ion. 1! ii ins Taliules euro torplil (Ivor. Ilipanu T.iliuii's cathartic P i,.:ih T.iImiIi h ciirc constipation, tii.iim 'rn;.i i for pour Btoiniirh. It ,i..mi I'.il uK iUMint laxative. Itlpins Tuhules cure liver trouhlrs, UllKiiiH TnliiilcH ItlpntiH Tahulus. i srvjtiMjv: )TA3 BEJaKEYEI CURES HOTHINfi A n'SMI P 11J1I BUTPJjJi.'; Day. lt.UMtOAl) C01IMISt0Ni:r,3. Jno. C. Wood, cliairnian; J. F. Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary Samuel F, Brown. CONOItESMONAL. mmm cs.. Senators Hun. William C. Liml-- . say, Hon. J. 0. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Bnrnett. OHIO COUNTY. CIItCtllT COUHT. 7 4 BEST REMEDY for PILES, h SURE find CERTAIN OURK known for IS yonrsna tho c?.t,cu:. rnriitTXt:3At:c:t vis KOl.tl I1T Al.t. IMll'llllINTO. V state i.rciisr.ATUiu:. Castoria. on f xitllcnt mnlltfne for dill ilreti. Motlicin ltav c rcpcntiilly tulil ric of it their clilMrtn " CuoJ clTcit 1..T. C, C. Ownon, Castoria. "Cattorla I U "CitorIi l Minelt a'Upleil tochlMrNi that It a tuiH.ilor tu any ptrMrlptlon uin Lnonn tonic." It A. Ahciii.ii , M I), Lumll, 1 Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge boro. Owons " CattorU U tlir Lett remedy for u hlch I m ncttiilntcil, lioie tlie day Ma, dilUnn rf U nut III So Oxlont M liuukl)!!, N V. spiiiiK ICareiU, and Tra I mmt .email ft. If., obtained and all . 2yji' 'irvrriTffiNaTaosN' Hou. C7&() limilicllallditijr.St Louis, Mo. I runuTiKKS' sui'rr.Yco Owcnsboro. V. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ritigo, Master Conunis'iioiier Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee- Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Kenwn, Slienir Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsvillc; Thos. II. Bishop, Ceutertown; S. T. Stevens, J. Edwin Rowc, Attorney , J. No Kutlo TrlU Mill Win. a great succ.-ss-. J. B Rosell. MayaoiPos. Grantshurg 111. l'or sale by C.WajieGriluu & Bro., s, dniL'gist, and Kenlrow Btos., Nar-iow- G.inn, Burnett & Co's, Grantshurc. III.. nnc meeting nintiycanimendntions Tom difkreut pel.sons of us wonder-lu- l merits, I thought I would try n bottle. have been seriously effected lor 25 years with a couch and pains in my side and breast that were causing me a miserable nle. I spent hun diedsof dollars with doctors nnd for medicine"!, but everything failed until I tried this womlcriul leuiedj". It beats the world and saved my life. I lecoiuniend Dr. Hell's l'ine Tnr Uoncv to everybodj" with weak lungs. It is 1 henrd of Dr. Ht'.l's Tine Tar Hon-e- v for sale at the Stote of Messrs. far dUtnnt when mothers will cviuliler the real lutcrcti.r their chlMreii.fi ml uie Castorla iiiHlca.l of the various i;iiife liulriimi uhkli are iletrulnrr their lmttl otte4 ly f. icinu c lum, iuoi;ihitie, .nothliiR - rvi i n itht lmitful tcuil, down their thro K, llulkby icnilln; them to premature gravt, " 1)k. J. I', JCiMi.il! ior, Coiiuay, ArL.. "Our phjalclins In the ct IMrcn'a depart, tnent have fiokiii I.Uhl. if their ciptll enco in their outside pnelur with Cnwloila, and aUhouxli ve oil luc amoni; our medical tipiiltc uhat 1. Liiviwn rrjular proilticts, )tt wc arc ftee 1 miifeit that the merits if CaaUm.i ha w.n u to louV with favor iijion It " I MtLH II. urn.vL AtLLN C HMItll, Tal-- lK A3 Al, IiKriMtaav, IioaIou, Mau. 50unOfflCCItOrPOtlTKU, S. HATCNTOmett nnneran.r e pat una icu uu iiuta lau tifn ;( m. 5 rii Seul inijJt!, i! ik n cr pho(rtM ?hh decf,p. gtlnn. We hi' if. if atfiiiible cr not, 1iy (J JihAff e. Our (.e v t d ie I, I ruticnl li ic.uff d. S 5 A Pampmut, MH wtoOFtft n rattrti," with co.t 1 iaiuo in tno U. S. nj f(Xifn tuuctrtitf J Jfcfnt (rff. A 4iV The Contour Company, 77 Murrny Street, tttvt York City. C.A.SWOW&CO. i i Off. PATtNT OfflCC. WltHlhQTON. D. C. "rf, fISrIS B West No. 43. 6 30 p 111 til '&S e Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and contiuuesthrce weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY Louisville, St. Louis & Texas bound trains. Tlicsc tnins run 645 7 23 7 20 32 3 45 S5 S 04 8 13 S 2S 7 7 7 7 COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Harttnrd. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in each month. January, April, July aud October. COUNT 01' CLAIMS. Ky. .1Ii'ih.i!lt 11ml Win il 1. Hi.. II j'ou want to subscribe or renew for the above p.iper, call on or I.jmnti Williams, agent, Hart-fotad-dt- Qu.vnmti.Y courtT. Begins on the third Monday in I No. 41. STATIONS. 7 45 a 111 . . Lv. U. Depot, Louisville S 00 Kentucky Strcit S 40 West Point 11 own nl S 43 8 52 Willou I. de Kock HaiMi s5 Lone Hriinrli 9 5 . Hrniidcnliutj: 9 '4 Hkrnn 9 23 IrviUKton 931 Uailv.iy Goiiiin'iny. d.ul l. i.t ti.uiu.l ti mu. ' - 43 N.,4) I N- ! . . Ar. ! 00 p in n2 52 i:nj 12 1 114'. S o.", i m 7 $ 7 10 $y. ""n-f- , 71.7 6 5,9 6 y) 621 6 if 5 $ ts 4S .; ; 1. . ... . 1145 11 1 1 1 37 . iS 09 1x1 6 17 653 i J Vl rv.x ?viiWwr " ' r1 ." .41.1, JT S37 S4S S 5S 947 Wcbitcr II 955 Ky. 46 4t Convene.' first Monday in January, and Tuesduy alter tlie fourth Monday in Uctouer. OTIinit COUNTY OFFICERS. io3 10 i.S 1023 IO 25 . . . . .Sample Stephcnsport Addison Lod.nurir n43 1051 603 IT 902 905 922 9 iS 10 3S G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur 9 33 Mr. Wi'l .Skilliunn has had tlie sore 944 eyes for years lie ha tried manj Springs. . N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. 9 52 doctors and rcnie ies, and has always Z. II. Shultz, School Supt. Hart9 5S failed to pet reliet until we sold him 10 uS a tube ol Sutherlard's Eagle Eye ford. . L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur 10 15 Salve, which cutrd him inside of 1025 Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey Springs. sells well and cures. Res'v, Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhnuse 103S 10 4S M. MKYhR&Co , Keeper, Hartford. 11 00 Burns, Ky. January 15, 1S95. justices' counrs 11 05 Sutherland's I'ngie Eye Salve has FOHDaVILI.E. J. A. Bowling 11 oS clone .1 great deal more (or me than Barrett's Ferry. March 21, June 20, i 15 can be told by pen. W,H.Si:illman. September 1!, December 1.!) it 23 Butas. K'. BuFOiti). lieu F. Graves March 11 31 For sale "by '.. Wayne Griffin & 2G, Juno 25, September 24, Decem113S Bro., druggist, and Renlrow Bros., II 55 ber 24. Narrows, Ky. . . II.KTro!ti. A S. Anil Marcli 5, lleailnrhp r,nij Xcuriiliitii cured by Di. Juno 4, September 15, December 3. M1LKV l'AIN I'lLtS. "Oho tent iloso." Woodward-Ma- rch Rosi.vn. C. Ii. 13, Juno 12, September 11, December 11. p 11 1042 I0 5S 11 05 H 13 1 Holt Clovctpoit Shops SUIIuinn 1027 in IS In 13 1" ID i) 57 I if-- t ' 953 Haucbviilc Petric Falcon I.evtisport W.iitiu.iti Powers .y 111 y4i 9 11 5 2l 5, 17 5 14 7AJ3TELE5S 5 4 4 3 931) E& fi w M r LI e a ki !kra tSsas 40 1 18 11 2S 91ft 1 1 35 45 57 07 p 19 24 28 35 . 11 11 12 12 12 12 2 Pates ChvenstxHO .... 9(17 9110 R 440 4 12 4 25 4 16 v. . 8 J7 50 M.ittiutlv 827 fi 15 405 355 3 41 TDNir 11 Griffith Stanley WorthiiiRton Kcails lli.sketl.s Henderson 8 m 8 3 39 ),),(, 1243 12 51 Spottsville 1258 1 15pm .... . . . Lv. 759 752 743 736 330 323 111 16 1 llll.l. TOMC miy Ol.l'YKM TA. M Iiit Uiuhht ilir. ki ancailr 1U1. yi,nr. Inaili'arat' penie, nf .1 yin., in Uu i r u botin.,, hva tiorvr .M uu url utbifii.uih ualTor.uli.il. ,1 04 uur 'J jiii . tHulr. I WARRANTED. PRICE fiOctc. hi .'.Jlo. Nor. ie, rvtMi'lrliiarn,i l-Atii. u ird t.illtea ot ...1 t,f r.tlfiacn ia.1 V.' 1 I IS JUST AS COOOFOn ADULTS. jou. iM.a 1 li 7 20 a 3 10 2 55 01 falc by Williams .'..ir,CAIl(V, & Hell - pin a liaruB 3 ajk WS7 leil i'ili T 17 pr.e-- ak. CJW ra.iarn. ttr.i.iiT..rlanrr an ir.rt riirrlrnni. JfJ VLA. s,i 1. ifr u,nri 1 wjr? f .s.n.Miiu. n iiif. it, ia. ! wr. Kurr.l rir.lin ai.,1 l..ulinr.einltluu I ltf ttclu. uu .lrlr U lie. Iulrt IL '1 licuiiuli cuitd. PATICHTS THCATED DY MAIL rindcnllj lr. r r i.r irului ailJriM. IUi .uiup, 111 1 Sh ft JliJLi.ral YOUR SAVE YOUR TEETH AND. MONEY: Kx - JUx. HORSE WITH Wil-o- n Cuomwj:li .Tout B. March 7, Juuo 7, September 5, cember 5. m De- - Children Cry for jr GROOM Pitcher's Castorla. Louisville Dental Co., BONNER'S HORSE CLEANER. No flies, fitas.tuosquitos or lice. Removes d.imtTufl dtrt. Leave skin sou and white. $too 00 for any case ol Mange it will not cure. Stops iritiilinn, rubbing. I'inufbr clipped horses Mane and tail cleaner of the world. No malting. Keeps hair fine, soft and silky. A hair grower. No snatches Mud will not stick. Aids in shedding. Horse Groomed in less than half the T!iIfI tlt lnr whoreson ct hire joardestal work data Uttrr sd for k monajr tW&a la tn - o'.lier t'1'ute in ll.e South Crerutraiur lu thit office U an txport ifrdBtto( ot ItN tb&a Itand itlUintf i tflr rv any ajvlf Mr wrlce, (rrmmUT nu t.(uIiui) ft ir in in. iultlicry(ur natural or artlllclil tetli. Wonikeim; branch of Snt.tr ap"ciJty. MM ay COINQ TO TMI LOUISVILLE DENTAL'PARLORS, la the IIP .Jll I 1L.ft. .n.l.r'.t l.r.llllrCO.ILU. LA. t'A'VnPI? 0rullir..Ji;,ln .uuaiiTi, Ac. Theater Bulltflnj, cm Ith bfl. Qreca & WalaaJ Iip! s nf tfotlina rnblr, flvo yvara. A entrant1! to fit anJiitfaliut tircahnffo urittfii yu.irantM t;lToit wlihcTry mi. Gold iilllutr$t 00 and up; Tare Hiltur fltllnffi, 5c all oilit i'lti. tillhik'. 5V 'Our crown and fcrMfa work, or ttrtU mltbout flalt ana a firm, fclrvti" &iil trvl(.eM(itki;oar natural tettb, aud at prlc Inuw thaa tbo InwMt. Wi'cin oittratt ur ttotli and iut In imvr onr-- i mnio day, Tilli itractvl. 35c., and without iain. Von can makw ai'iMlutinnutbt in ail. All trounulatlou fnw. A Udy aV warn i i r.itvnd.ince, at NOTICE OUR PRICC8. 4& R.I.P.ANS (M$ TABULES "IMIIJ fr REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOB. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avenue Theater Building, 4th St., hot. Green and Walnut. iiMMffra RH".MI TAIII 1.1 nro .lis b..t JlfJI. , rlna lu.n fdr In.llcc.il. a, lllll. Ilcn4..he.l na.lli.atloa, ll'.tf.p.l.,C briMtla J lt.crlrwHblr..lllitlHf-- , llaJloml..l.ti, llj.aat.rr, lr.ii.lie llrr.lli, aaj all Jl.. rJtr. .r the Mora.ra, Llitr a J ll.w.lfc J tniuu.t utliclnoooblitiitlun. Art) Muuitt4 Uk, MC.,ffwtu.l..iuli,tr.lmmrdlatr.ll.t. I 1.y l rlcl e 11U ..vr Imji. tinall. uril.nl tuinpla ttiroc.liiKtn..ii1niirli,ar THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., 1) RJpan. T.lnilm, eont.ln nottilntr Injurlimt .0 I ipi'i'cie BTniirr, kew yoiik crrv, "Bread is the Staff of Life: 1 aTOH THE QUICKEST j tune A e Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set of teeth (110 better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings ;i up Silver filling 75c Will siiip half gallon on receipt of $1 Extracting, per tooth 25c (Mention this paper) Patented Painless extracting with Vitalized Air TOLEDO SPECIALTY CO , 50c Extracting free when Artificial Toledo, Ohio. 3" iy Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing and Barn Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located Dust Iv:pcne but a trifle Half g.illon By its use clems lwre 120 times horse has coit like velvet Also used 011 cattle ,u,d dojjs Fortuilk cows it's especially valuable in fly time. Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse Clean-e- i. K ep halt Iroin Mdiuy. tonic: hat niies: lemovos stains. 14 W.M.St. OWENSBORO, KY. 'SPfJUvaysRellailx IN EVERY CAN OF UALLARD'S OIJFiUSK DAKINO POWDnR WILL BE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE C3UP0N3 AND 0 TWO CENT STAMPS TO DALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. LINE DITWIIM 55 For rnle by L. II. Stevens, Hartford, Ky gOHIS V1LLE pfEfllPHIS Direct Connection, l'or -- PREl'AKATIONS TOR T1IK CINCIHNATI AND THE EAST. GREAT Ol November !1 BATTLE A new Direct Connection (or all Points In Mississippi, Texas, bj-iil- $1.00 FOB TOTTfl PHOTOG-BAPH- . Sim-mo- urn alicady well under wuy. Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, ikiUU-clan- onu-liu- lf lion-estlj- -, nt Kllver-uslii- g d i Writ. w a letter covering these three points: l'lUST Xato how lone you havo known, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. Liver Medicine" Sr.co.m blalo diseased you havo known ft to euro and givo tho names of thosneiiiod by it Tiiiiiu. Ulvo your opinion as to tho dlffcrenco between Its strength and n '.ion, aud thostiongthnud action of tlio "Liver ltcgulator" mado by J. II. Jullln A Co., Hud tho "Black Draught" mado by Chattanooga Modieino Co ; both of wlili'h ha'.osold to(k:ilei-i)ftt0oi,cents per package, net, and should retail ut no. over 10 or 13 conn, if consumcia nro not imposed upon, whllo our Original nitlflu cannot bo told at less than 25 ccntu jior paekago, as wo havo too mueli for human llfo to my cheap drugs in any of our medicines. Tho reason is plain: Zellln & t'o. nnd tho old proprietors of "Illack Draught" wcro both enjoined .'.urn deceiving tlm publio by mlng tlio words constituting our trado namo j tiieio-forlook out Ihatsumo dealer (not knowing you aro posted) don't soil you soma cheap packagn at rv prollt of JiOOor'iOO iiort'cnt., instead of ourGenuino "Dr. M. A. SiiviiidiHLIvor AlLilli'lnp," which you do sure to specify, and tako no other, as tlaii) is nothing uNu liku it. On letclpt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco of chaw, a $1.00 paekago Liver Medicine, or on receipt qf letter without photograph, vo will m.nl nil 11 a: cent j.aekago, free. .Sej tho ailments, caused by Indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and liowils, whli h Dr. M.A.Siuininni Liver Medlclno has Inv.iilalily cured since 1810. SickHi.vuaoiik. I'ALi'ir.vTiov or 'inn llKAitr. DuowsiNEss. IuiurAiiiU" Slcei'-ixssnsTr.IS!i:..ii4iio:. t'oi.i) ii et. !'lauoi:met ov Livku & Low Si'tiiirs, Ukneiial Lvssitl'de. Dullness. Heaviness. Tjiiei) Fv.i.i:vJ IIapTastkin Mouth. Constipated Ilow-a- s SoihSiomauh .'MtiNvV Evlj Vei.i.ow Ixjss of Stkenoth & Flesh. Hiliousnes. d e, s. PH SIDENTofmB UHITED STATES FAST TIA1E LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERr Write for Information to the neare.l agent U Uie Chesapeake, Ohio A Southwestern R. It. IS TO RIJ ELi:0TKD, AND J 1 1, Family Nci8piiicr. Its campaign news und diBciiFsi'iim will intcrcht tvciy Aiuiiicnii citizen. All tlio nowaof the day, Foreign Ariciilliirul Depari-nio- nt, Market Reports, FimMnn I'lalnn with ulnlinratu ilrpciriptinrm. und a variety ut items ot household interest, rimko up an ideal Fiimilv I'apcr Wc. fm 11w.l1 THE REl'UHLICAN nnd NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, hotli paiera Cnnc-poiiilcncc- , Will, as ahvays.ln found ill tho llilrkrW nf lm fiqht, linltlins vipnrnuslr l'or K'ltind UusiiiCHa Princiiilc. which will Iiniil' I'rofPfritv Io tlio Nnti"ii, THENKW'yORIC WEEKLY TRIliUiNK only tho Iciidii.Roinihlican imwepaperiu tliu country, lint is 1'iO'Eiiiim-iitlNiitintml 11 fill! ttttft J. JO ECHOLS, Ccn'l Moujr, LOUISVILLE. S. 0. HATCH. cien'l Poa. Agt. KY. R. P RTLE I -- - lin LUM MM ftaTTT (jLi'tiiLiiixuitsi-o.ii'iiiKBrrs- . I'll.Vrr. 11 Tt'XfllT. - IV.I.Ni IN SlDK & VNIJEU one-ha- lf frio-stlv- lepu-dlatlo- L'NPLEAJA.srDui.AMa. SpiTriNotp of Food After Katino. Diaji-ninofCij. lurks, nv Pi rovi.sa:iu Cause.-Gnaw- ino Sensations in Ktom-am- i Si Daiuc Hisr Vnder tub Eves. That Hestless "Out of 1'inivFsi sour ," Nor ,ihk and Not Well 1'eei.ino, so Common with ,, r rr... .. ti.V MvADEU'I.irATrDMOTIlERSANDFATHERS&PALKAND Momk!- -Over-worked l'Lrsiii Kokt A FLAiuir. Li AcurB & Ciikonio Malauia. Uile comino l'im f Mouth -- Nuitrous Hlaiiaches. MnMour Clouded & iNDisTiNtrr. Wind Piles, nv Cuihno Constipation 1'hoduciko it. Kidnev; Diseases. Como. Fullness op IIlood im Head, Nuswness ov Hands, Aums & Feet, Hiclcii- ISO W (I VS. IlLOATINO Of hrOHAOH AfTElt FOOD 13 TAKEN. IRREOULAH AlTE- nrc Heaktiu'kn, Dimness of Vision. Dizziness upon Suddenlv Gettino Up. SurrocATiNO Sfnuations. Dispondencv of Pheonant Women. Nausea IicifonK oh ArTBit flATiNO, Veiitioo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency of 1'BMi'i ration. Female Complaints. Had Colds. llAciucnEs so Common to Moi;ir.:n. Flatulenc. Losj of Appetite. Pains it Aches in Joints. Chili. v I'iielinhs Downinr. Hack. Limiis Feel too Heav. Champ Colic-s- kis IKy vs Hat.sh llaiofi FsvEia. Paleness. WEAKNESs.r-Thinness- .-. DiUTUiosoiTooD. Hidden rLrsiir.soFlIr.T ncNEiuLDEniHTV. of TniniiiNO Ciiilhiien, Dysi'EPsi.v. Nervous Depiiession of Tiiied Fket-riLNi-j- is - WnaiiT in Stomach aftkh Eatino, SlIOULUEIt llLADES. FOUL UltEATII. Tuurin $1 ONE uttCmlma YEAR HfftDCtlOjCca., DESLy. Address ull orders lo tlio HALtTFOllI) RKIHiBlJCAN, Write your name and address on n postal card, ucucl tl to Geo. W. lies Room 3, Tribune Building, New York City, and miuple copy otTIIX NliW YORK VI5EKLY TRIHUNM? wilj be mallod to yo. HARTI'ORU, K15NTUCKY. Is prepareil to do any ami all kluJs llrlcea of Dental Operations. ist Odiro over WillUaiv tc reasonable. Tell's Drupr Store. Vitnli.ml air or Inugliing air for paluleii xtraolli of Uatlr m DENTIST " '! iiMani I lp 'i i 1 i M I! I cur-rcu- Lull., JM HI Jlf VI SO T VT ALL rOOIl TAKEN IS NATIIJALI.V ASSIJIILATCa, 0, F. SIMMONS MEDICINE OO.yProps., ST, LOUIS, MO, I l 1. r" TTLT II, OII.AT1SO THE ACTION OF 1HBKIDNE13, Thla li tlm licit market and nun la tho boat homo to ililn to. Va maka llboral ad. Iteatdca wo uaro Iwtlcr IuIUIIm than other houKa la baring Tancca on conilgumcnu. many lame lactorlc. to aapplr. Wo get you tho ton prlo and pa ipotcuh) But lu proauo. uirei ku iraut. fiu iraTviiuy agouw. buiij an jruur huui aim WOOL. WOOL. nrn R Why .ulTcr with Conelm, CoUUaml I.aGrl'ipe when Laxativs IIuomo QuiNI.nij will eiirr voti In one day. I loc-not produce the rhi(,'linr in the head like Sulphate ol Quinine. Put 111 tablets ct nvcnirtit U lor takintf s HERNDON-CARTE- 110 Third Street, or 013 to 010 Murrell Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. CiiisranUrd lo cure, or ino.iey reluiid cd. Price, 35 Cents, Par vale by Williams iV Pell. Ilcrtlord; K V WllllaiiH.llcnver Damj A S A ull Si Iplnir Springs! llrowu iS: Cliniiiuau, Centrrtovru; Co , RoekporL K. It He cv