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Mention Mill paper, fly to doing you inn sae Has pnlj mcr JIJOO.WX) 00 tor The Haeteokd Republican. OFFICIAL jrc.fAuxa.igjKKB ArfefiFwHrei FklttflWBr Wjjjpy Aftl? lh rAvir dyspeptics, bilious tmicr.ra, vicuma 01 fever and aa-utsa mercurial dtttxud patient, how the health, cheer ful snlrfts urn oo4 appoint) Iti.rwiU tall you toy taking SIM. MOSS LIVER LATOR. rou- - Hull Of THE PARTY IK THE FOURTH COKDRESSIOKAL DISTRICT, Uo your own Agent. US MKDICAt, UXAM1NATION KKQUMUD VOL. VI11. IIAKTKOKD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1896. CANDIDATES GAL0RE. A Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 50. Latest U.S. Gov't Report The Cheapett, Purett and tlctt Family Medicine In the World I For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaim-dicnjllouaaHacka, SICK llKADACllI., Colic, TOUACfl, Ilepre.iba of bplrlti, SOUK Heartburn, etc. Thla unrivalled remedy la warranted not to contain .Ingle particr U USRCt'RV, or any mineral autoiunce, bat to containing thou Southern Hoota and Herb which Ah all'WlM Provldenco tiaa placed la countrlea whera I.iver Dleeatea moil prevail. It will cure all bljeases Cued by Derant-me- nt ol the l.lver and llewela. The bVMI'lO.MS uf Mvcr Cnraplalnt art a. bitter or bad taste In tho mouth; Yala In Uie liaclr. Sldea or Intntnoften mlilaaan for.Khea- of Apwllui mtlra dour Stomach) llowola allornnteW cmtlva and lati isacnai! Lout of Memoiy, with a painful aenaatroa havInK failed to do aomelhlna which ought fti havo beenOnnel Debllltrl Low Jplrlta, thick yellow appearance of the Miln and livee, ft dry vuuKii oii.n loiniaBcii lor voniumpiion. Somttlmea many of theie avtuDtoma attand the dlieaie, irt othera verv few: but the LIVER la generally tho aeat of the dlieaae, and lr Kegulatad in time. Rreat aurTertnf, wrlolre4- ne.eand DEATH wl' 11 enote. The fqjlowing hluhlr etteemed peraoni attest to the virtuea uf hiinmona t.lr.r Regulator) Gen.W.S Holt. Pref.Oa.8! W.R.U. Co.) Rav. I. It. 1'ol.ftr. Perry, Ua. Col U. K. Sparks, Albany, tla. C. Malcrson,Ksq. Sheriff filbb Co., ba ) llou. Alexander II, Mephena. have tested Its virtues, ersonally, and that lot Dyspepsia, ulliouanesa and ilng Headache it Is the best medjoine the woriu ever saw. einsu lOTiyoinirremcaMB before bimmons I.iver Regulator, but none gava usinoiuthan temporary relief) out tho Regulator not onr relieved, but cured us." UD. Teleokai-1ani Meesoek, ttacon, Oa. PUIIBLV VUGIJTADLE. for eeiIiIF1 .a. CEiisror-crDELKERS VEHICLiS) . fJearly- - " Citizen Writes of Some Prospective Candidates. All RoYal Powder absgssa AB&OWTEE.Y PUBE derson will have no opposition for the nomination for Circuit Clerk. He is a young man and knows mote people in tl.e county than anyother young He was reared a man among us. Democrat, but has never voted anything but the Republican ticket. The Republicans ot the county owe him the nomination, and will elect him. He is doing a good work for the Republican paity with Tin: Rnrunuc-AN- . He ought not to have any opposition for the nomination. For County Clerk Mr. Hocker will ask the people for an indorsement for a second term, He has made a good clerk and is a nice gentleman. He will have opposition for the nomination, we understand, by Messrs. M. S. Ragland, W. S. Gaines and H. H. Davis, all of whom are the very best men in the county and good Republicans. Sheriff Keown will not be eligible for and there will be a field full of candidates for the office of We have learned of a few Sheiiff. who are ptosuecting nnd have heard them highly recommended by their We could mention S. T. friends. Barnett, R. B. Martin, Jo Robeits, S. T. Stevens, Geo. M. Maddox and R. P. Toll. Now, these fellows are all good men nnd either one would make a good Sheriff For School Superintendent we have only heard a few names ' mentioned. R. C. Jarnagln and Fon Rogers have now. Baking Lt are Treated Alike, but he Failed to Record all of Them. CO 0 HliP.5( siiiu:Vb. Wheat threshing and hunting for schools seems to be all the rage just Stephen Phillips nnd family visited J. A. Bowling nnd family last Sunday. Mr. Charley Weatherford and his family have been visiting in the 0 0 4 Q Q (I) IM1X An Apponl to tho Ropubllcans to Stand by Lowls. J. MANUFACTURED OXLY I1T II. ZEILIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. o S to PROFESSIONAL iMMitt ,u:.v Niiotu.it in: most.. neighborhood. D. H. Godsey went to Hartford Wednesday on business. Quite a large number of the young folks attended the barbecue at the Narrows last Saturday and report a good time. Miss Jessie Reynolds, of Fords villc, has been engaged to teach the school at this place. Miss Jessie is a young lady of culture and refinement and we welcome her in our midst and bespeak for the people a good school, Mr. Burnet, of Louisville, is teaching a music school at the house of Taylor Murphy, among those who are attending are Mr. Jessie Mites, Misses Burtha Phillips, Mamie Shreve, Katie Gentry etc. A singing school is in progress at Pleasant Grove under the supervision of Mr. Luther Shreve. We do not wish to drift into the all absorbing theme of politics lest we perform a supererogatory act. But we do believe that the little precinct of Shreve which has never been recognized on the Republican ticket should be given a showing in the election of county officials. TlMIDUS. Jni.N.aienti, CARD. J.N.R. WeddlnK et 5 et xAKuBliaiJwX OH AS 0 CO o The present political situation has about absorbed everything. All eyes are now centered on National politics and everybody is anxiously awaiting the return of prosperous times when McKmley is elected and the confi dence which has been lost through - LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderson's Ilataar.) GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Fublio for Ohio county. loo nper Cent, tlio HiixasOa3aLst- WHITE FOR CA TALOG VE.- - Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from TKEOf LB CO. MANUFACTUEIS, Hsnderson.Kyl now Democratic mismanagement is restored. But while all this is going on we must not lose sight of the race in this y Congressional District, but must the forces nnd return Jno. W. Lewis to Congress by an ovetwhelra-in- g He is very popular majority. with the people and his efforts in behalf of the people of his District are commended by everyone, Democrats and Republicans alike. While we are interested in politics it might be well to think something ol the coming campaign iu this Judi cial wismci which comesou next year. The District went Republican last year nnd by 'a united effort it will stay in the Republican column, Hon ral-la- pun square. M. L. p a? f IIAATFOKD, KT. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of puVHt Heavrin. Shelby Tayior. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law. Beayeb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, to Tuhnrru. crm: Yoi'itsm.r wim.n uhinh Nlnp llnu'l The tulmcco habit grows on a man is seriously until his nervous ynK-iaffected, impariug health, comfort and To quit suddenly is too happiness. everoa shock to tho system, as tobae-c- o to an invcterato user becomes a stimulant that h'n system continuolly is a scientific craves. "llaco-Cur- o" euro for tho tocacco habit, in nil its tonus, carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin physicians who has need it in his private since 1872, without n tailuie. iiractico vegetable and guaranteed perfectly lmrmboM. You can use all the tobacco you wmt while taking "Jlaco-Curo- ." It will notify you when to stop. We givo a written guarantee to cure permanently any esse with three bnxci, or refund the money witli 10 per cunt, interest. "Haco-Cur- o" is not n substitute, but a scientific euro, that cures without tho aid of will power and with no It leaves the sjatem iiicnnvcutonce. as pure and tree from n cotino nsthu dav you took yourfirat hew or smoke and gained Cured Ily Uaco-Cur- o Thirty pouu ds. From hundreds of" testimonials, tho originals ot which are on file and open to inspection, tho foil owing is present it. t'A.vi: ut'.v Owing to the bad weather farmers are not done plowing corn. Oat harvest has begun and oats arc good. Mr. N. C. Diniel, of Cromwell, is visiting fiicmls and relatives here this week. Mr. P. T. Wilson made a lling trip to Beaver Dam Prlday. Born, to to the wife of Mr. Frank Allen on the 5th inst , a boy. Mr. Alfred Hurt and wife attended Sunday School at Pail view Sunday. The singing .school is out nt Fair-vie- w Sunday and for convlenceit will be moved to Cane Ruu, and also the Sunday Scliool. Theie will bedinner on the ground and a nice time is expected. Kveiybody is invited to come. Amikrso.n. , Ml I V "Tho IndianTobacco Antidote." Double Chlorideot Gold." etc., etc., but none of them did me the least bit of good, Finally, however, 1 purchased box of your "Buco Curo" and it has entirely cured inoof the habit in all its form?, and I havo increased thirty pounds in weight and am relieved from all tho numerous aches and prins of body and mind. I could write a quire of paper upon my changed feelings and conditions. Yours respectfully, 1. H. Maihuikv. Pastor C. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. Bold by ull druggist at 81.00 per box; three boxes, (thirty days' treatwritten ment), $2 GO with iron-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of prico. Writo lor booklet and proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis., and Boston, ." ad Iluw'n 'llllo? We ofler One Hundred Dollars Ke ward for any case ot Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F.J CHHPHY&CO .Props .Toledo O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 jrars. and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially ahle to carry out any obligations made by their firm WnST& Tkimx, Wholesale Diuggist, cd. tJlavtnii.NevniloCii.1Ark.,.Ian.28.l95. Toledo, O WAi.niNO, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tolei Kureku Chemical & Mfg., Co., La do, Ohio. Gcntlpinezi: For forty CriMwo, Wis. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inters teals I used tobacco in all its forms. nnlly, acting directly upon the blood years ot that time I and mucous surluces ot the system. For twenty-liv- e was a great sufferer from general de- Price 75c. per botttle. Sold by nil bility and heart disease. For fifteen Druggists Testimonials free, ) ears I tried to quit, but couldn't. I Hull's Family Pills ars the best. biok various remedies, among others 47 Jt - The Hawesvllle Plaiudcaler of last week says: It is safe to predict that the November frost will be very severe on the croji if "free silver newspapers" that is being planted nowadays. This testimonial is unsolicited and for the benefit of humanity. My daughter has been subject to severe colds and croup and often taken with violent coughing spells at night. Dr. Bell's Pine Tnr Honey is the only preparation I have founn that will relieve her. I think it is as necessary in the house-hol- d as a life preserver on n steamboat. Res'y, B, h. Jksski., fan. 18,1895 204 W.ilndgeSt., Louisville, Ky. For sale by Z Wayne Gritiin&nro., druggist, unci Ren I row Bros., Narrows, Ky. Bulliiigton Is the Remember 12 I boss barber and will do your work quick and easy. yv limn Olio llre. mation as to the sex, the time and the weight? To the editor of that home paper. In alter years, when some manly young fellow takes the blue-eygirl to a home ot his own, or your once bouncing boy now a man is given a partnership in the store because be has just brought home somebody else daughter and set up an establishment' of his own, to whom do you personally exhibit the wedding presents and load up with the blide's cake, and to whom do you look tor that complete description of the interesting event, down to the last pickle tork and and individual salt cellar, which, means so much to you and n very few others, and so little to anybody else? To this same editor of that same paper And when tumble comes in the home, and nu add to your possession that' desolate hit of reality,' the lot in the cemetery, and some how the sun dotsn't sei m to sdilne as it used to nnd there's the flutter of crepe at the door and the odor of the tube rose in the front parlor, and the chair that has for yours been beside yours at the fireside and opposite 011rs at the tablt- is vacant when all this happens, who mnkes it his business to write in tender strains ot the one uho-- e life has grown to be n part of ours, ami hosesyiupathy and good deeds to otliets have long been known and recognized, if never publicly announced. The editor of Mie home paper, nnd he's only too willing to do the little that he can to help you over the hard spot in the road. And nil these years you've advertised iu his home paper, and done what you could to help the editor fight your battle in municipal nnd county matters, and encouraged him as he has worked to build up the town and bting business to it? Hov is tl? Have you? Weekly ed 25C At the Request of 25C FOR THE CAMPAIGN. Republican Committees in Several Counties of this Congressional District THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Will be sent during the Campaign and until after November 25, 1896, AT THE RATE OF 250. A ATTORNEY AT LAWj giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding Nature in the performance of Hartford, Ky. the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizerand aids digestion. WILL practice his profeseton in all courts of Ohio and adjoining Old People find it just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents and $1.00 counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. per bottle at Williams & Bell's. Drug Office next door below Commeri Store. cial Hotel. Remember Bullington will give B.A.:R2sr:E,i,,i you a good easy shave. Old I'oople. Old people who require medicine to Hartfoiid, Ky. Will practice his profession in all regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bit the courts ot Ohio and adjoining ters. This medicine does not stimu- counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. late and contains no whisky nor other alintoxicant, but acts as a tonic and terative. It acts mildly on the stom--achand bowels, adding strength and e Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING W. H. BARIUTES a. m. Attorney commission of IO per centwill be paid to subscription agents sending in subscriptions x atthis rate. Remember, aClubof 10 will only cost $2.50. 6sA!l Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Address, THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. 25C W. S. Moirison, of Owcnsboro, is spoken ol ns a suitable man for the Republicans to nominate for Circuit Judge, He is a finclawyerand n bus iness man of much ability and should he decide to mike the race, he would wake up the dry bones Democracy and would be heard in every nook and corner of the District. Of course, not noly the Republicans, but a large number of Democrats, want to get rid of Juke Rowe as Common wealth's Attorney, nnd to do so, the Republicans will put up a good man for his place. Hartford has some Republican lawyers who would make au ideal We servant for the Commonwealth. might mention Col, J. S. R. Wedding 'who has been practicing law for sev er.d year.', and County Attorney E, P. Neal, mid M. L. Heavtln, either one would be acceptable to our people and make a much better officer than any this district has liad for some time. We lntve never talked to either of the gentlemen in regard to the matter and do not know whether they have any inclination in that direction. Mr. Nenl is now County Attorney and will perhaps ben candidate to succeed himself. Comlug down to county politics, theie will be a large number ol candidates for the various offices to be filled In '97. The Republican party has good men and will make wise selections in naming their county ticket. Should Judge Morton be a candidate, for re election he will have opposition for the nomination, 110 doubt, in the petsotis of Estirs. A, S. Aull, Jas A. Talk, C L.Woodward, Jont B. Wilson, R.R. Wedding. AU of whom ire nice gentlemen and either one of whom would make a good official. H teems now tint Mr. Sam A. An- - 25C been highly spoken ot, aud also Jas. DeWeese has been mentioned to us as a good mau lor the place. They are all young and active school teachers and good Republicans, but would be a servant of the people it elected. We have not heard ol anyone being mentioned for Surveyor, but Mr, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Carelul attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col Tho Itolliiclillil Wmueti, lections a specialty. Office over Ohio It is a mistake to believe that because the Rothschilds are the richest County Bank. Also Notary Public. people in the world they continually E3. (umniy Attorney) 30"3E3J.ILi, revel in the finest and most elaborate clothes, and that on small as well as on great occasions the women are covHARTFORD, KY. ered with diamonds and jewels. I Will practice his profession in the know of no one more plainly clad than Mme. Jas. de Rothschild and her Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to coldanghter, Mile. Jeanne. When I bad lections. Office in Courthouse. the pleasure to call on them last summer during my stay in Chantilly, JNO. B. WILSOBT, Mme. de Rothschild wore a very simple gown of black crepon, very simHARTFORD, KY. ply made, and had on no jewels whatcol given SPECIAL attentionabstracts,to &e., ever but beautiful pearls in her cars. making Mme. Jeanne had on a plain tailor also Notary Public for Ohio County. made beige cloth dress, simply trimOffico North side of public square. med with galloons of a darker color. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Thejr chief distinction lay in their extreme, affability, good manners and quiet demeanor. Ex. Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Notice Anyone having about $500.00 to Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties loan, will do well to write to "C" Collections carefully and promptly atcare Tun Republican, Hartford, Ky. tended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. At a bargain a Scholarship in the Lexington Business College. Apply at this office. For Sale. at Law, IP. Attorney at JC&w, Attorney at Law Attorney at Iaw Journal. J not MIim'd F.xclaltus thousands of people who have taken Hood's Sarsaparllla at this season of the year, and who have noted the success of the medicine in giving them relief from that tired feeling, waning appetite nnd state of extreme exhaustion after the close confinement of a long wiutrr season, the busy time attendant upon a large and ptessiug business during the syring months and with vacation time yet some weeks distance It is powere of then that the building-u- p Hood's Sarsaparllla are fully appreciated. It seems perfectly adapted to overcome that prostrution caused by change of season, climate or life, and while it tones and sustains the system, it purifies and vltalixes . the Pitzhugh, the present incumbent. Xrrril Maes. 3ST IN QUANTITY. 37-- 6 mo. He is a officer and is always ready to attend to his duties. For Coroner there have been no one spoken of especially ' and we suppose Mr. Hunt would have no opposition for the nomination should he want it first-clas- s Beware Of Mercury! blood poison. lie was twice pronounced cured, but the disease returned each time, he was seized with rheumatic pains, and red lumps and sores cov ered nis oouy. "I was In a horrible fix" he Mr. Henry Roth, of 1848 South 9th Street, tit. Louis, was given the usual mercurial treatment for contagious r.. Ji. umaer SPECIALTY: Eye. Ear, Nose and Thr.oat, EVANSVILLE, IND. Office 4i6Upp. First st. again. Mr. Black will be a candidate for to the office of Jailor and will have several in the field to Mr, him (or the nomination. Sam G Rhoads, weleatn, will be a candidate. At present we cannot call to mind any others. Mr, Daniel will not be eligible for the office of Assessor, hence there will be several candidates for his place. Mr. C. D. Royal who wa3 a candidate for the nomination in 1894 will be out for the place, ns also will Thos. P. Johnsoti and C T. Whittingbill. There will be others, but we have not heard of any at present. This article is not written in the Interest of any candidate but is a true statement of thease as it appears to me at tho present time from a close observation of the field. Taking evetything into consideration the Republican patty of Ohio county is in a good condition and has good men who will be in the fight for each aud every office, The thing to do is to keep down sttife in the party nomlnute good men and elect the enClTf'HN. tire ticket. op-po- se BUT IN QUALITY. Attorney at Law, J. B. VICKER3, K. K. Sutherland Med. Co : Ghnts; I write this letter because I believe you have made a discover WHITE'S CREIM in a cough, cold, throat and lung remedy that the people ought to have. I refer to Dr. Bell's Pine Tur Honey. I YEARS FOR have thoroughly tested it and know Ha lod all WORM Romodlas. It cures. its won'derlul merits. I EVERY GUARANTEED,1 BOTTLE Any one who ever needs a remedy of OIA Y ATX MKTJCiaiaVTB. be never this kind should aicmiasoi RiuiciK ro., it, toni. without a bottle ot Dr, Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Jiiitnv M.Portkr, blood. Glass and Queeusware, Paduchah, Ky. Jan, 15. 1895. Mr. Will Skillmanhas had the sore morlcan Stonm Laundrv For sale by Z. Wayne GriQln&Bro , He has tried many eyes for years. druggist, and Renfrew Bros , Ky, doctors and reme ies, and has alwnjs rniOBTO, Ky failed to get relief until we soldliiui Does the finest work of any a tube of Sntherlntd's F.agle 15ye Till HiHiir) I'll per. laundry in Kentucky, Tho When you got married to tin: Stive, which cutrd him inside nf one Goods work is all guaranteed. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey btlgbtest and best girl in the country week. are not torn up, butaro returnsells well and cures. Ues'y, wheie did you look for that notice M, Mkykr & Co , ed in gbod condition, and so Buras, Ky. Laundry Shipped on Mon- that meant so much to you,else? To January 15, 1895. little to nearly eveiybody Sutherland's Kngle IJye Salve lias on Friday. day, dune a great deal more for me than your home paper. When your home was invaded by can be told by pen. W.H.SKtl.LMAN. Buras. Ky. Agt. d Habtfoiid, Ky. girl, or the bouncing the Koranic hy V, Wayne Grlfllo & baby boy to whom did you make it Ilro., druggist, and Renlrow Bros,, Ktailarhtt anil NeurnlaUi cured by Ur, your business to convey eurly infur NnrrowsJ Ky. 1'il.nk "OnoeeiituiliMc" WORMS! 20 VERMIFUGE! Nat-row- Cla!renoe Casemeii returnod I blue-eye- I seemed to (ret. A New York specialist said he could cure me, but his treatment did me no (rood whatever. I was stiff aud full of pains, my left arm was useless so that I was unable to do even the lightest work. This was my condition when I began to take S. b. 8., and a few bottles convinced me that I was being benefitted. I continued the medicine, and one dozen bottles cured me sound and well. My system waa tinder the effects of mercury, and I would soon have been a complete wreck but for 8. 8. 8." 8. 8. 8., (guaranteed purely vegetable) is ttie only cure lor real moou diseases. The mer-- 1 cttrlat treatment ot the doctors at-- 1 wavs does more harm than good. Beware of mercury) Books on the disease and Its treatment mailed free to any address by Swift 8pcciUc Co., Atlanta, Oa. HlIRTFORD, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all businesi entrusted says, "and the to his care. Office on Market Street, more treatment I receiv- over L. 13. Stevens' grocery. ed, the worse I , HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio Special atand adjoiniug counties. Oflic tention given to collections. with County Attorney. Wbaeao tbtak ol son. alm.te Wanted-- An ulmtopu.ir froiocl roar ldat tbar mar trlnf jott wsaIU. Writ. J01IM WEUDKHIIUBM CV u,l Atk-ujWaahlDf too, l. C, rur tbalr l.sul prt.4 sow ana usi ot tw bundr4 lursailoM waatod. Attorney at Iaw ARMISTEAD JONES, Idea sss The theory in the treatment ot coughs, lung and bronchial afiections has been advanced by the manufactures of Dr. Sell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a All dealtruly a wonderful remedy. ers sell It on a positive guarantee. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin 8c Bro., druggist, and Renfrew Bros., Nu- trows, Ky, fr I tsaaWKi-j- i NAM ""ijyjiW"i'lwiiifc1 is? Killlnr. io. 1S9G. ,um Hartford Kopublioiiii A. AHlU'.ll'MN Wb ban G. Cfiflhlcl lonVoto submit to you it (JitoelluU: Piny, dear elr, tfhere tr yott ntf ilo. John wy ; S?tg!ZK1?uK?m PROGRAMME !rof con-vono- aiuinv.iftji TIlUttBDAY HlUlil" AllditfJS by irof. J R Coylc. FRIDAY" 11I.1 I., Friday, July Subscription, $1.25 poryonr. Rates and Tonus. advance. Tun Democratic National Convention is in session this week at Chicago, niul it is made up of a howling pilvcritcs who have in augurated the gag rule mid have tin pealed sound jnoney delegates from sound money States in order to gain ds the necessary number to havo a mnjority. Kentucky's proud by such Democracy is rcpiesciited men as Blackburn, Hardin, Rhea, &c who havo been trying lo forco tho unit ru'.o on (Ilaldcmati and Tho Phelps, but havo failed. will likely bo made toslay mid it will bo freo silver men on n Tlioro rabid freo silver platform, will likely lie a bolt of tho sound money men. mob of free two-thirnoini-uatioih OMd Cblinty IuuGnuPS' Devotional Inatltuto Which will Chandler. nt txerclses Rev J S Hnrtford.July ' 27, nnd Contlnuo Flvo Day. Subscriptions $ t.25 pet annum In u. responsible therefor. Job Work olnll kinds promptly and neatly executed. Jocal notices loc per line first in scrtion nncl 5c each subsequent inser-tloLarge contracts special rates. Calls on candidates niul political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, ami must invnribly be paid for In advance, uulcss party ordering publication is u. 1:. i.tMii,i:v, i.Nsritrtrrou. Exer9 o'clock n. in ; Devotional cises Dr. J S Coleman. Rowan Welcome Address Response J B Tecnicnl Grammar; A M Smith, (Dona Wcstetficld, Frank Allen, C 11 Soper, R J R Coylc. Recess, Libraries, District Library; J Ham Barnes, W C Gray, A II Ross. County Library; Ozna Shutt.B M Tanner, Lon Rogers, General discussion. I Hoi-broo- k. Taylor. Organization; opening remarks by Supt. Sultz; outline ot work W 15 Lumley. NOON 1:15-2:30; Republican Ticket. Spelling, its Importance ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. For l'rrslilriil. WILLIAM McKlKLEY, ol Ohio, I'nr Vice l'rclilcnl. GARRETT A. 1I0HART, ot Now Jersey. 1'or t'miKrrfc'4. Lot nobody remain at homo during- tho Temperance Camp Meeting, but "fork - I, W Godscy, Myrtle Rowe. How to teach it Dutch Shields, Sue Monroe. Diacritical marks Kiln Rogers, Prefixes and suffixes A S Dennett. Use of the U R Ray, Alice M Loncy. diction iry Lee B Mills, Dec Tun-stal- l, UnchleSanderfur. 3:303:15; Writing D 3:'S3Mo; Recess. j 15 C Hoover, Siddie Davidson, Reld, M P Kimbley. 3'3o-4:3- o; Miller, I Mamie JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. Of courso up" and go to phur Springs. Sul- - wo are all entirely A Ymiic Miiti's 1.11c with tho facts iu the case, that I recommend a young man to take farmers were promised one dollar per good care of his body because it pays. bushel for wheat, if democrats weio I recommend to him to go to school placed in power. or to college because it pays. I recA great misfortune concerning the ommend to him to interest himself In observance of the fourth of July is , , . ,' . ... ....U l...t this: A large number ot those who H.tkJJ V .WrtW which is possble, and puts him in take part in tho celebration are in accomplishing here upon profound ignorance as to the signifi- the way of the earth the true purposes of his cance of that great day. being. It seems to me well to antagHok. A.J. Gross, although n sound onize thus at the start any such idea money man, stated at Chicago that as that religion is one of the dispell-sableor that it occupies much the he was for any man the Democratic same position in our personal belongconvention might nominate, providdoes iu houseings that ed the nominee was not a Republican. a commodity that of Hon. hold furnishings, This was a kick at the corpso it is well enough to be possessed of, Henry M. Teller. but that .stands in no immediate relainformed that the corn crop tion to the substantial necessities of We arc Rev Charles II. life. of this year bids fair to exceed that of every-dawas Parkhurst, D. D., in July Ladies' last year, and that of last year We Home Journal. the largest known for years. should be exceedingly thankful that Buckingham's Dye for the Whisk-- is a good corn crop is furnished us iu a popular preparation in one bottle, these Democratic times times of soro and colors evenly a brown or black. trials and great tribulations. Any person can easily apply it at We ore told that Senator DuBoies home. wept when he found that he must leave the Republican party. Senator .Some fif Hip UriKllts r l'riitrelionl His DuBoies knew he was wrong. From 1SG0 to 1S90 it more than conscience smote him for his wickeddoubled our trade with foreign naness. We predict that Senator Du- tions. labor at Boies will soon come forward to the It gives our working-meremunerative wages and diversified anxious scut and have his sins for- School management dlf- Acuities C M Crowe, Ursa Wilson, C 15. Crowder. Helps W G Stewart, Alice Plum-mer.- J WOdell. S I NOON Trustees hour. County Superintendent; A 'S Tanner, Bertha Brown. County examiners; II F Lowe, May Rogers. District trustees; R P Hockcr. Teachers Jno 15 Miller, N W Moseley, Frank le McDonald. Teachers Institute; J S M Roynl, J E Davidson. Hlles Compulsory Educational Law; II C Truman, J B Wilson. Business. Adjournment. Vocal music will be under the man agement of Messrs. Foster nnd Tny-- . lor. Instrumental, under the management of M'sses Nail, Morton nnd Mr. M. Bean. Examination for to A.nndM. State College will be held on Saturday proceeding the Institute. Teachers ate rcqucstul to make sprcinl preparations on the subjects assigned them, And to attend the full term of the Institute, ns none but lawful excuses will be accepted. C. M. CKOwn. O. M. ShulTz, ) I L I , People find Jint the help they so uitull iicnlln HikxI'h Shi wip 11 Ilia. II tho ifi'idinl Mii'iigth by vitalizing and cm Idling thu blood, and thus I111II1N up tho limes, tones tho stomach niul regulates tho wholo system. Head thN: "I want to lirnlso Model's BamAimrllla, My health run down, and I lmd tho crip. Attrrtlmt, my hrnrt nnd ncnoim oystcni ncro badly affected, so that I could not do my own work. Our plrjalcUn kao mo 601110 help, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood's Snrsftiiarlltn. Boon I could do all my own housonork. I havo taken put!-fjln- Nervous wi &1 Iffjv ffia a m im ij Ml RiH la cillrV L'ji itn vm i S Fvl R m fiieyeles M.IK 1. WkT. h VkI H eSj Bicycles ARE - and - Prices if ViPUUbl DE3L-ST. sWWSK lllliff IPS I'UICKS-- - Bicycle repairng ol all kinds done promptly IIood'H Pitts with Hood's BarMiparllla, and they havo done me much Rood. I will not be without them. I have taken 13 bottlcaof Hood'8arsap.irllln, and tli rough tho blessing of Clod, it has cured inc. I worked as hard ai wvrr tho pnxt summer, nnd I am thankful to say I am Hood's l'llli when taken with well. Hood's Barsaparllla help very much." Mrs. M. M. MwwK.NOKn, Freehold, lVnn. This and many other cure prove that Cured Eira cycle ninn, ! 209 Allen Street, 0"W3IIJJ3SODFtC Bicycles! 13 Bicycles! TUi: HA VK CUT Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Hue Trm-- ltloo.1 Piirldor. All ilrudil'K. It. l'ri'i" ireit mil) tij l'. I. Ilixxl. Co., !OHrll,.Miii. ON OURBNTIRELINKOK WHEELS. Vietor. Napoleon, Barnvs. Monarch, Overland Writo lor Cntalojzuo and Sjjocial Cash Discount "REinEr' As We Will Save you Aoney. Our Tip Top Whuols Koducod to tOO.OO. TUESDAY S:3o; Devotional exercises Rev Few J Lom U.t. .iii..i Chandler. 8:20-10- ; Arithmetic, Differentiate, quantity and numbers U C Harnett, Warren Peyton. Is there greater dan- ger in too much concrete or too much abstract in teaching arithmetic J 15 Davidson, Why are II II Davis. fractions more difficult to teach than whole numbers Henry Leach, Mrs. Mollie Storms. Percentage and its applications J Henry Barnes, W R Carson. The Metric systetd Mrs J J S '.. II. Shultz, liOOd Co. Supt. S it'll medicines have held their ground no , successfully ns Ayer's Cherry Teetotal. During the past Tho Fourth of July ColourationDeaths, Nows Notoo fifty years, it has been the most popular of all cough-cutcand the deand Othor Itoms. mand for it to day is greater than July 0. The glorioiu f ttt'i was Prompa to act and sure to observed here by the n.tial picnu and cure. s hardTnsburg. artiuilly, rrmi'tl) .kinl cllfctUely. si cents. Bicyclo Sundries at Rock HoUom Trices. Repairing done on shor.t notice. HtII rS ho f ffi ai :i ttWiL LAvPtL 9 style 1 ft v N Dvvunsbsro i1 'Jain St., Kv. 5 k y A Wedding, H C Crowder. Recess. Attend nice, importance J N Likens, Lee Chinn. How secured W 15 Morton, Estella Ralph. How retained Laura Render, A R Renlrow. Upon what is the right of the State to demand it founded O M Shultz, W E Lumley. KOONT given. our industries. It increased our manufactures over Jums Iscariot betrayed the Lord five fold in twenty-fivyears. Henry M. for 30 pieces of silver. Through, competition it reduced Teller has deserted the Republican the price of every uselul article to the party for free silver, and it becomes consumer. It made farming more profitable by more evident that he is to be rewarded SHr his teachery, if the Democratic building factories near to the farm. It made a home market for ninety party is victorious, which is a contoo remote to be thought of. p?r cent, of our population. tingency It made 10.000,000 people customHenry, therefore, had better go out ers instead of competitors ol the himself. like Judas and burry e Ijf the coming campaign a great deal will be said about the government "stamp," about "fiat money" and about silver being used as money iu the days of Abraham and Lot and The Christ himielf. We will bo told that because silver was used as money in ancient times, therefoio we should have free and unlimited coinago at the ratio of 10 to 1 at this day; which is as logical a conclusion as n free silverite can arrive at. Mil. Jack Ciiin.v was at the Chica go convention, and we arc informed, was certainly surrounded by admir ing friends. It is a disgrace to tho country that such men should bo prominent in any political party. Tho Democratic party, however, It seems lost to all ecuso ot shame. 13 at present, according to the Courier' Journal, 111 the hands of anarchists and Populists. There is not the least danger, however, of the country remaining in the bauds of tho Democratic party after next November. Tun reason the initio owners of tho West are for free silver is easily understood. Under the present lawn man owning 0110 hundred dollars wortli of bullion can only get one hundred dollars for it. If a freo coinago litw is passed, tho man who owns 0110 hundred dollars worth of silver bullion, can take it to thu mints and have it coined into two hundred That is to say tho silsilver dollars. ver iu a dollar will bo made just doub-lits value. Freo coinage laws ut tho ratio of 1(5 to 1 will mako silver ownersjust twice as wealthy as they now are. o AdAlx the attention of tho people is called to tho fact that Mr. Mclviu. ley is tho candidate- of the wealthy and manufacturing in corporations dustries. It is the Democrats however, who aro pointing to this fact. Tho fact that Mr. McKinley was nominat. s" ed 111 opposition to the so called State? of the scums to mako no dillercnco with Democrats. They have accustomed themselves to yelling "robber tarifl'' 11 ...iii ....... i. .:. 1 uruu. mm. uunr n u,.i ru iiier i.. su.ro. iwr. wi. i.ie.r iiuiy huo him Kiuley U tho candidate of the yoo- inaiiry of tho country, and Democrats are uppriscd of that fact. "rob-IhruuNorth-eastern 1 litest IJM.WT.lll;Hil;1 tilt Jftte(iou4. MV I AlLd Uw I I fik: MByj.! 111 1IIU0 tItII fwilll 1 MiaTiI American farmer. It has given homes and employment to 8,000,000 torcigners. It prevented foreign made goods taking the place of home made goods. It reduced pauperism. The United States has fewer paupers than Scot land a province of Great Britian, a free trade country. It filled our national treasury with money. It reduced the national debt in twenty-year- s nearly two billion dollars, compelling foreign manufacturers, to pay it. It quadrupled our railroads in a quarter of a century, giving cheaper transportation, increasing by so much the profits to the shipper. It made the United States the most prosperous nation on earth. It required importers to pay running expenses ot our government obviating the necessity of issuing bonds in time of peace. It made the United Statts the richest nation and leading manufacturing nation on the globe. It enabled us to refund our national debt at the rate of 3 to 3,'i per cent and gave us the highest possible credit abroad. Through prosperity it has raised the standard of education for all clashes, and is therefote a blessing to home and country, and must be and perpetuated, and will be when the Republican puty sweeps into power on the tide ol popular suffrage in November; a tide broad, deep nnd irresistible; that will whelm that fatherless monstrosity called the Wilson Dill, whose quast author was feasted and wined and petted nnd praised iu London because ol the blows he strnck Amciicau prospsrity. r Then mauufacturcis will thrive will lie iu demand, wages will be enhanced; firulng will again bscotne more profitable, thu silver illusion will fade away befoie the sun of hoarded wealth will seek and find the thousand nveuues of trade The volutin of and rouitnerce wealth is mighty; it sufficed for nil the wants of trade under the McKinley tariff when hundreds of millions more were needed and employed than ever before or since, N paity in auy nation or at any time has had ns great aprivllegeor as , pt.,rorm ns tfle Re- nrgct fl ,mWcan party. t0,By tho privilege 0, reileem,n our col,ntrv ,rom the 8UUBj, 0 despond where the misuid- ei policy 01 tue iJgtnocrauc party lias places it the duty of filling the bail?t ho ms in Nnvi niter with an over whelm ug ronjoridy ol honest votes for McKinley, protection, sounl J,. money niul prosperity, ptos-peiit- 1:130; Language lessons Rhoda McDonald, W NCrenshaw; Randolph Wedding, I W Day. Compositions, methods of teaching L M SanderlurJ W Petty. Usefulness L T Barnard, A D Park, May Ferguson. Criticism Mrs Effie (Kahn) Taylor, J M Porter. The words he speaks sink deep down into the heart, and the impressions he Remarks by Instructor. Attention, Importance C makes will last through life. 2:30-Igleheart, Mrs Danie Maddox. How Col. Geo. W. Baine, the Kentucky secured and held Anna Gregory, C Silver Tongue Orator, will be present D Chick. two days, and this joint of platform speakers needs no introduction to a Recess. Reading, what position Kentucky audience. 3:15-The world is shoulditoccupyin the common school his home, and he has probably course and whj? F. L. Sanderfur, E spoken to as many and as largo au P Taylor. Assigning lessons G W diences as any othi--r temperance lect Miller, Sophia Davidson. Preparation, urer iu tho United States. what is it? II E Brown, I A Park. Mrs. Beauchamp, of Lexington, Recitation, objects and methods Ira and President of Kentucky State W. Petty. L N Worley. C.T. U's, will be present and render Ethics of the profession valuable nssistanco with her profound General discussion. reasoning and pleasant speaking. NIGHT Mrs. Beauchamp as a speaker has an 8pm; The formation and prepara- enviable reputation. tion of the earth as the abode of man Mrs. Keal, the mountain evanga-lis- t, W E Lumley. will bo present to contribute her WEDNESDAY share of tho labor, and make many Devotional exercises Rev a person's face pleasant with her good J P Hicks. language ami common sense as a 8:20 9; Program and course of study W 15 Lumley; general discussion. speaker The most enjoyable feature to some 9 to; Perpose of geographical study and certainly profitable as well as enDora 15 Gibson. W M Johnson. What shall Leincludcd in geographic- joyable to all will be the extra music In that will be rendered by ono of tho al study OE Ellis, EJ Leach. what grades should It be taught J L best Sextettes in the United States. Brown, Elmo Williams' The syntheLet everybody be preseut with tic methods G T Tinsley, A G Teel. your tents if you live oil' a distance Recess. and remain the wholo time. Some Psychological If any one desires a tent and havo terms Win Foster, Jr. The senses none, write lo T. B, Demarcc, who Jno D Taylor, general discussion. will be at Sulphur Springs about a Order R C Jarnagin, Mallie Ferguweek before the meeting commences son. and ho will furnish you with one. NOON Keinember you can kill two birds The teacher as a factor 1:1 with one shot by coining to the meetin civilization Our Reasons, W E ing, you get the benefit of tho mineral Lumley. water as well as the literary treat. Recess. 2:30-2:4The admittance fee is only ten. A A M Colleue James S Fithugh. rents and you can get season tickets OrgunuUinn of District Associagood for the entiro ten days for fifty tion." W. M. Likkns, Wednesday night Special program cents. Ch'm'n Press Com., THUKSDIIY Beaver Dam, Ky. Devotional exercises Rev Jo II Rogers. Coll III .Si'iirci'ly Walk. History, its value as a fac9:20-1Nkavk, Kv June 22, :8ofl. D II Godsey, P II tor in civilization My mother has been afflicted with Ross, llowtoteichit LT Barnard, rheumatism for five or six years, and G A Weller. Current events R R alter having the grip she was in such Wedding, B 1, Kelly. Valve of a condition that she could hardly on historical subjects J L El- walk. She began taking Hood's more. C W Moseley. Sarsaparilla which was highly for rheumatism, at.d after 10.10:15; Recess. Habit iu school training, taking two and oucshalf bottles she is 10:15; almost entirely well." L. Garnutt Diffewhat is it? Rev J P Hicks. 1:30-2:30; 3; 4; :3; 10:15-11:45; 5; 0; t'ninp Men nig. The Temperance Camp Meeting to be held at Sulphur Springs beginning July 25 and continuing ten days will be one of the most interesting affairs as well ns unique that this par t of tho state has ever had. Col. T. 11. Dem-are- e, late candidate for governor on the prohibition ticket, is the manager nnd ho has employed tho best talent of the nation to assist him. Among whom may be mentioned Hon. Thos. J, Beachamp the "Prince of Orators." Mr, Beachamp is probably the wittiest Temperance lecturer in the world. He captures his audience with his very appearance and can hold it spelt bound for hours at a time. N patriotic orations. T.ie incmhn-- t the Catholic Church were thr :u lasing majority in both hnti-.nf wii- ers of the oflair. The pr..cei hi the , winch mm to g.'t picnic are to be used incictinr a gr.-if new Catholic Church r.t tin-ice. there Many virtue in the pmiMW I American people. About $250 were reali:d Hon. V. McDermott, the eloquent young j Tho writer has boon n close mailer u-- an pi 11 Mv MMtrv mil! U 01 ridnici'il oivr the bright projprcts that I can ceo ahead that I cannot lioid my pen still nnv lnisucr. Ciov. McKinley for president and Hmi John V. UpwU nf from this district with a uood work- - victiri'.s li.um. , ! rentiate, bodily, moral and mental habits; J D Oliver, J II Wilson. Do people outlive eatly habits? J M Stog-tie- r, When aie good Jo U Rogers. ininucrs most easily nrquired? Sue Moseley, Uorten.se Rogers, F G MiN ler. 11:15; The Teacher, general discussion; opened by E R Riy. NOON Civil Government, its porpose nnd value; J I, Hoover, WalMethods of teaching; lace Rossou. Jnmes DeWeesc, Horace Pendleton. 2:1;; Mistakes of teachers; general 1:15-2:1- Hoi.ton. Hood's nils are easy to take, (nsy to operate ) discussion, 3 3:15; Recess. 3:15; Physiology, How to teach it; II Smith, W W Wluilen, Laurn The eye and James, Jessie Reynolds the eat; D fi Miller, Cindtllla Cox, L Calisthenics; A S Dennett, II I.oucy. Orella Ralph, Edgar Smith, Oma Willhms. Alcohol; its fleets 011 the human system; T J Small, Alvis JohnJ Nuo'lii')'' Npi'icli. W. II, Sweeney, candidate for tho Dcmocrntic nomination for congtcss, epoko at tho Court IIouso Monday to Ho is a very a fair sued nudlenco. rabid free silver man and that was about all thero was in his speech ami that was not presented in a way for people to understand exactly what ho meant. His explanation about keeping tho two metals on a parity should ho put iii tho funny column of a comic paper. But wo havo advised him to let that nomination alone. To prevent pale and delicate children from lapsing into chronic invalids later in life, they sliould take .will ston, Ayer'a Sarsaparilla together with plenty of wholesome food and outdoor exercise. What they they need to build up the system is good rid blood. , Springs (luring tho Camp Mooting two days. Woll, we'll all! bo tlioro. lawyer and politician of Louisville, ol .McKinley peeclies tor tue lust ' He was was the orator "ol the day. or eiht years and il ho N not introduced to a large audience by truo friend to American interest, W. K. Barnes, a leading attorney of fails to convey correct ideas. our county. Mr. McDermott spoke I don't believe any man that in in his usual happy manlier, using the conversant with tho McKinley Hill priest language, and making splend- and hid te'iprociiy treaties with other He spoke for abj'it on.; id points. nations nnd linn well it worked lo the Whenever drtiKulht hour nnd pleased all who heard him. interest of the American peop'e ami has somcthinirjustusco'xltells ou he lorconlid, Mr. McDermott is the young in in especially to the laboring class can grip, etc., ns Or. Hell's IMneTarllon .. mi. .!.. t a. li !!.. . .,, isv.nt.t; ib, iu, .. c .....- who ran for Congress in the 5th dis, ,. v , wu UH- I. , w ,. ,.. trict in 1S94, and was defeated by the uouuiiiiiiiyaiiv,uniijnwur.ivmiir;antcthntit lsnot Uue We maVe mark my word if McKinley is presi- - the genuine and authorize all drujf-deHon. Walter Evans. nnd the Kepublican putv put in U'i!,V to cuarantec it. The .IS. 15. Blanch Jolly and Lena Dru Misses power and old. John Hull encroaches , ry, of Bewleyville, were guests of on American rights and territory ns l,llltfKUli.im, Reil,row ,,ro3i Nufrow, .. Miss Mary Board Saturday nnd Sun 00 has been domaiid threatening to yy, day. do. von will hear the American oaulo ' . Melville Eskridge, of O.vensboro. give such a scream that it will arouse visited his relatives here this week. tho nation lo a xenso ot rij;ht nod Messrs. Tom Howner, Sutton justice and further more we will not and Graham Eskridge, of Louisville, li" oold out bont and brooches t" an spent the fourth with their parents, KiiKlili Syndic ito company ns we havo been in the last three enrs and returned to their places of busiThe people of our community genness Monday. erally am delighted over tho proupcet We understand there is a move- of our town beini; under lempeiatiee IS. W Ildghy, prominent ment on foot to take a vote on the iull uence nain that removes tho last of Piuluc.ili, Ky., saya that Dr.Uwyer Hell's local option question in town, next visible cause for the disturbance of PincjTar Honey cured his children of . Mhoopinc couih when all things else August. Iu that month three years peace nod prosperity iu this oumiiiun-itylai'eil. It's n i.cwrrmcdy lor cousin. ago the question was submitted to Kev. IJ'diert Oldham Guarantee liy nil ileiler.s. For sale the people and whisky was voted out. baptism to eitrht persons administered by V.. Wayne Ortfliu & at Huron's Hro., Whisky men now want the privilege Feny last Sunday. May the fjond and Renlrow Pros., Narrows! drucciit Ky, of selling it again. If the question woik Co on. is voted on there will be a warm con- I'ncle (.too. l)flvi"on is s'uk at this wrriUK. writing. I vrkwr ertrj mn ml romtn li lb TTnltM test. Plu iniiTsitscI m tb Oiniiin una Wblik Our liiMling Mr.B'.nd is Mill in the Imtillt lo luirc one cf my tnwiki on Ibi.c iln Miss Carrie Owen, of Glendeane, is llllritio.-s- . V. S, C. enri. Aa.lron II M Wnullcjr. AtUnu, (Ji., the guest of Miss Lillie Scott, and etock iloi SfJ, and ouo will t tcul jou Ireo. Mi'-- s Jakie Owen, of the same place, Attlltr, ll.llll.Ml, is the guest of Miss Alice Biker. Mr. Puk Saulstierry nnd lunily, Taken up ns a stray by 1" M Mrs. Austin Pate, living about four DaiiKbtiry liviuj; yt milcj. South of Central City, ate visiting the family miles from this place, died Moadav Denver Dam on the Heaver Dim nnd of Mr. Henry Tinsley. night nt Louisville, as the result of .1 Rrche.ster road one red and white Mr. John Curtis nnd IJvans-viltsurgical operation. She was nfliicttd pided cow about 2 years old marked (ire visitinp; his father Mr. with a tumor. Mrs. Pate was the with crop and underlet in right lar James Curtis. t, sister of the O ele Brotheis, of Messrs Joe and Daniel Kinimel, anil split in left ear. Appraised by who .arc among the most I.. V. Kinbrcy at Jlooo. This the Kiccihle, me visiting lelativcs here, prominent business men of our coun- I St clay nl July 1S96. Mr. Thomas Kinimel ami family, ty nnd was the mother of Mr. Silas Yost, Ky., is the guest of hts brothJont li. Wilson-- . J. V O C. A. Pate, who is our Sheriff, and rf er Mr. D. W. KimiuU. 50- - t. Prof. Frank Pate who teiciitlv was Quite a number fioni here attended Ollllllj I fll.Vf'lllloll. principal of the High Scool at Lebathe Reunion at Rockport Saturday, The Populist ol Ohio county are non, Ky,, and is one of the leading Mrs. Ann Kimbley, Owensboro, is called to meit in muss convention nt educators of the State. Mrs. Pate visiting relatives here. Ilatttord on Satnrdpy July iStli, 1896 was a member of St. Romnalds CathI.0UI3. lor the purpose of tltctin deleKalca olic Church at this place. to the State Convention. All PopuI'rrMiiinl, Hon. D. R. Murray, of Cloverpott, I'nin: 64 page mtdical reference is now in Chicago ns a delegate from list are ured to turn out. The will be called to order nt 10 book to any person ufllicted with any this district. lie is'a free silver spechl, chtonie or delicate disease m. All voters who have jjiveti up peculiar to their sex. Address the man of the most pronounced type. 0. hope of relief far thu Rirmer and laleading physicians and surgeons of We understand he will be n candiborer by the two old parties and who the United Staten, Dr. Hathaway & date for the Democratic nomination have made up their mind t'i affiliate Co., 70 Dearborn Strict, Chicago. lor Congress in the event the Chicago 43-iPopulist for the purpose of convention deel ires for free silver. with the electing n 1'cople'n candidate are here-- , Clllllllllltf ItlllO. Mr, Muriay is an able lawyer and an We will send This Ri'.runucANand by requested to turn out with us nnd is as good accomplished orator. He either of the following named papers nid us in the deliberations ol this conn man as t'le Democrats can nomifor one year for the amount opposite vention. StUe Chairiniu Jo A. Parknate, but would be defeated nt the I.ook over the list and er will speal: nt 1:30 p 111. Uverybo- - each name. Kolil.v Hood. polls In November. dy invitul. fiy otcrr of V XV, Pirtlc, see what you nted and giro us a call; Daily and Sun Courier Journal $8.25 Urn, Holier CiHiipllliienleil. Chairman O. C P P. Com. " without Sunday The Western Recorder hns the fol. . , 6 25 Attest A. S. Worsley, Sec'y. y lowing to say regarding Hartford's 1 75 Til e 'lttl NJMl'111. Weekly Courier-Journtalented young minister; . . . . 1 75 Thcroii 11 movement 011 foot among Louisville Commercial . . . . 1 2$ . "It was refreshing to hear the exlocal grncera to iiiaiiuiirato tho c:h!i N. Y. Tribune 1 t$ perience of grace and call to the minKveti'in with July iirst. Thu U m 1 65 istry ol Bro. Jo, II Rogers, of Hart- should havo boon fturtud long 110. N.Y. World thrlcc-aswceford, Ky., at the Ministers' Meeting. No buaiuesd man iu toi.s town or oIho Chicago Inter Ocean . . . , . t 40 It has been for many years the custom where can buy goods nn short tiiimnr IloutCiSc l'arm 125 We would be glad to send you any to hear nt this meeting the experience for cash and sell to Tom, Dick nnd of the above named papers. This nnd cull of the oldest and youngest Hurry on long credit, with chances good for a largo numberof bail debts offer Is good for new subscribers and Bio. Rogers was ministers present. It would bring to mill n Hochufoller ordained in January last, and was the or Vniidorbilt, much less merchants, old ones who pay one year iu advance in the ministry. His ex. ot rural towns. Should the uroeers youngest Duoklon's ArnlonSnlvo. perience nnd call had the old time nnd all other ImMiics men hero en tor Tint lli:sv Sai.vu iu the vord for The into 1111 iron chid aroemont and form ring of God's soveteign grace, Cuts, Uralses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt brethren were deeply impressed, and uu association, inuugiirato tho cash Rliium, l'evcr Sores, Tetter, Chapwhen he closed they pressed forward systtm, stick to thougrtcment, croilit ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all no ouo or if so only for u periodical to grasp his hand ns they sang sottlomoiit, sny thirty days; should Skin Hruptious, nnd positively cures Piles, or up pay required. It Is guarAmazing grnce.how sweet the sound, any customer fail to settle within tho anteed to give perfect satlsfaculon or Bro, Rogers was n teacher, nnd the time given let no other merchant glvo moley refunded, Price 25 cents per brightest prospects opened before credit until tho past bilUiiro sottled. box. l'OR SAUt I1Y Williams & Hell, This is an idea that hoiiio of thu i;ros tf liiui. He gives promise ol great ccrsluivo suggested, and it may lio In the ministry." Nmiyril or Nlnlcu tho central idi'tiol'tlio association ior iniitiiiil protection, It tinutiires Prom my farm about 3 miles cast of Hartford one light bay marc, with Boinowhatof boycott or but there aro thoso who luivu ho lltllo blnc in face, two white tcet, one fore regard for tho business micces-- ofotht foot and ono hind foot, with square era that no harm could possihlo comu tail at hock joint, 6 years old mid by giving such no cicdit nt nil. Lot about is hands high, Any informatho cash ajetmii onuobo adopted by our merchants nnd it will provo a tion leaJjug to her recovery will be thnnkfully lecclved Notify This sticcoJ. It H bettor to havo on tho oholves than havo bad RUl'UIILICAN, J, R. Fumx, I I'lintngraiili names on tho ledgOH. 3t Ilaitford, Ky, accom-laii''iiI 11 1 nt On ircoitnt ol the Kentucky State I'opulNt Conventional I'.iducnh, Ky., on July 2.it'.i the C O. & S. V. R. R. will sell ticket fnini all stations on it", lines i Kentucky, at rate of one f it . fnr tlu rimml t rit i. TIi-ttrk m July 17th, iSth tt mill.-sil19th. and will be limitul for ic- Uiru until Inly 37th. This extreme limit is given to permit those who de.siic, to attend tlicN.itionnl Couven- Won at at Ijuis July jjnu. A apec-i- x inl cheap rote excursion will lie run fle from I'aducah to St Imis to ntodate all such prons. For full information call u the neatest ticket .lKctit ol the C. O. & S. W. R. R. S. 0. Hatch. (.. I'. A. d i.iuiii rnli ituiiu H. u I'mii,. ad RZA about ! l that Canipt .Meeting? It's What thing, that's what! a big -- Ilni e, 1 Clov-erpor- Con-venti- Seml-Wcekle- Globe-Democr- al k ... Gcorgo W. bo Baine black-llstlu- ir, at Sulphur s l rutii In ill tno v,h'ii the pnin Igrcat imuki U u thirty to oik, 01 d .it li(ru rcuey iii uu ... .u,(iialmin. Wlildden VI -- - cv T."rf rt iWB :w,V( T iVwit." FTHfl July Sas?gaias m My y??3fef " w m'"r.'m)t"M Mr A. Week Mi . iVLf idtilsvJlIc i &A Well Satisfied wlih Whiuhi Kiir 9SfSfSSSSSSSffrSlXi1P-Awnrdcii Honors-World'a ' !: ytfJUJ' 3SS& ? ihil srixhwl Pair. Ck . M.. ... Ayer's Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty j earn , ago. after sonic wei'l.s of sicKiicss, my hair turned (jraj. 1 begin using Acr'8 Hair Vigor, and was so woll satis-fle- d with tho results that I lirtvo never tried any other kind of dress ing. ltreiiilresonly ,1111 occasional nppll-- I cation of W Acck M this is.ti h sick list was THIS Oursemi-uniiuulClosing'ouiSalo 18 THE TIME oods, will begin Kev, J T. Cmcici, in town jestenlay. Itkport, go Buy CREAM ' -- v. Tho mmisoii of tho ycnr is near at hand now w lion wo must got rid of our summer &M2 ;l5i t our .Full goods. Many Goods are AYER'S bought and will soon begin to crowd in on Hair Vigor to krrp us, owing to this fact wo are compelled to good W V my hair ofremove color, to make prices that will move our stock. w$r AA dandruff, to heal ltelilng h'uiuor.s, Mr. Jessu Maury, Morantown, was in town yestetday. The place to get bargains Wnytie OrilTin & Urn. is '.. Keiuiiulier Hint 7. WnyncOrifliti Bro. nre selling giocerlcs nt cost. .: 1MEN6 Wc wan I to MOST PERFECT MADE. A aassL'ssar. close out our Summer Goods and in order to do so we have iixed the following low prices: Best Frintu Good Factory, 1 Judge II. L. I). Cully and wife, Frankfort, were in town Monday. MlssSusle visiting Misses Cj.v. Dr J. It. l'irtle will leave Monday for Big Clifty and Caneyvillc to practice his profession. Mr. W, White,-Lpuisvill- hair from falling out. to my friends." Mrs. and prevent tho I never besl- Helm lvlla ind Is Corinne t.tto In recommiiiit .Vji r's Avocit, Xebr. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THI5 STANDARD. je, wottll yard wide 1 5c ll.il. II akuit. Handsome styles for waists; cut prices,23c. Dresden silks worth $L per yard, cut price 71)c. Taffeta silks, cut price 49c. China silks, all shades, cut prices 40c. Black silfes, cut prices 40c to 98c. En tiro line of 50c woolen dress goods cut to 39c. The above are the lowest prices ever made on same quality an inspection ap- BEAVER DAM. j 5c, worth (5c Bleached Cotton, Upv. Chandler, Hartford, filled his regular appointment hero Sunday. A largo crowd of Denver Dam folks spent the 4th in Itockport. Misses Anna Mclvcnncy nnd Attyc Austin nnd Mr. C. P. Austin spent Sunday afternoon in Jitc)ifioUl with friends. Mr. MuKennoy, IJocheeter, spent Wednesday nud Tuesday hero at his home. Misses Kdnu and Uertbn Wilsou, Louisville, have been visiting in town for eevcrnl days. Miss Attye Austin nnd littlo Misses Hallio Hunt and Mario Austin spent n pleasant afternoon in Hnrtford this week. The Kieknroo Show is still in town nnd is giving the people some splendid shows which nre appreciated anil enjojed very much. Miss Lesta Hays, Kocbester, is with her siiter, Mrs. J. P. McKenney, who is not much better nt this writing. Mrs. Jeio Sphinx nud littlo son, and Miss Maud Root, Central City, wero 111 town last Srturday. Judge B. L. D. Gully mid wife, Frankfort, were guest nt tho Austin House this week. There nre 11 few cases of whooping cough in town. Mr. Hurry Monroe who has been hi town for the passed three months went to Iiouisvillo Wedncilny where lie has taken a position. Wo heartily wish him well in his undertaking. Quite a crowd of Morganton boys and girls spent .Sunday in town. Miss Ella Sowilers, Bcululi Coots, Mattie Taylor and Ijottio Mctcalf wero the contestants in tho nail Tuesday night at the Kicka-po- o Show. Miss Taylor won the prize. Tuesday niht was tho apple eating contest by iourbo)s. Saturday night is the contest by four ladies. Attye. O-c11 driv-cont- est Wood-sawing yard wide . ,j ' 5c, worth 6c Sc, worth 0 Ilirdwick h visiting in All French Ginghams All French Ginghams All French Ginghams his brother, Mr. U, C. Hardwick, Hopklnsville this week ioc 'f)c '. ' . . . ioc, worth !2 Gc, Hair Vi&or Prepared by Dr. J. C. A) er J. Co , Lowell, Mm, far Ihs Complex!: ,1 Marriage lictnso: Reason Craven to Martha I.uclndn Sans. jas. T. Ralph to Lillian D. Chapman. We nre dosing out our stock of groceries ami you can get big bargains by calling nt once. .. Wayne Griffin & Bro. worth Cordele Marquise Orgnndie Good Dimity Cordele Organdie All five cent Lawns nt I2tfc, worth' 20c Sc, wottll Sc. TikeAjer'i I2;c Sarsaparlila wotth I2;c 40 iii:vm:u Fast Mail ivii r.. 1:. ti.iii: taiim; WKST HOUND. Accomiuodatiou Way Ficiglit Accommodation New Orleans I.imiteil KAST-HOUNI). preciated. Summer Wash Goods. Granada Batiste 12 if, cut price 10c. Primrose dimity 12c, cut price ioc. Jaconet D'AIsoec 12 c, cut price 10c. La Jennc organdies 12 Ac, cut price 10c. Also full line Ducks, Pcrcals, Marseille, Pique, Linen Batiste, Grass cloth, all at reduced prices. Tom Walker and MrsUvlla Moseley, of color, were marritd in the County 7:16 n n ic'ijn. m. Utrk's olhcc Wednesday night by 3:35 p. 111. Judiie Jno, F. Moiton. We are woll supplied with splendid lines oi t f M H:iSp. . m . 11:22 p. m. Cincinnati Limited Accommodation Way Freight Acciimmodatioii Fast Mail . .... di.vi a. m. 5:25 a. 111. a. m. 1:29 p. m. 7:30 p 111. Henry Null fell coming down the walk from his home jesterday morning and sprained his ankle Mr i quite uurtly. All styles, colors and prices. Also the and best stock of big,-ge- st Master Hermaii Mauzy was playg Hakli:n Tow I.inen Co. Mr.RWCK, Agt. & Suits at Fair Bros ing with a pistol last Thursday even-inwhen the pistol was accidently dischirped and the bullet passed throu.;h his hand. The wound is very pv.nlul but not fatal. loihing and fiafs-12- 2 Of all styles and prices to please the most painstaking and economical buyer. Our celebrated "n'il! close at cut prices. 81.25slippcr for 1, 81.50 for $1.35, $2 slipper 81.09, $2.50 for $2.25. These goods are guaranteed to be the best made. buy where we please, and thus enable to pick Try us up many bargains for our trade. and we will prove that we arc Leaders in styles, quality and low prices. We no. Sample of fashion lETa-iz- r ssaEsassasi. line of SPriesmeyers, we BY BUYING for CASH are under obligations to ore; Wesley Oflten, alias Jas. Ragland, who killed Will Jones on the train near Horse Branch last March, was arrested this week in Louisville l'opular laces .it popular prices at by Mr. J. M. Adams, and was brought Fair Hros & Co's. to II utford jesterday and lodged in Miss Hallie Skillern has returncil jail. to her home in Calhoon. Judge . F. Carson has received a Ioc Dimities, Organdies, 1'ixiies, Si letter from Mr. Win. H. Hall, of now at Fair Hroi & Co's stating that the work on i Co.sh buys big pile of Goods these RiMigh River will not begin as early days nt Fair Bros & Co's. as was first owing to the Half price on balance stock of Mi- money not being available just at present. The work will begin in a llinery at Fair llro-- , & Co's shoit time however. lliggest and best line ol shoes in The following named persons have Haitford at Fur Hi 03 iS: Co'.s. paid their subscription to Tun Mr. Charlie Kogeis spent last Satsince our last issue. F. urday at hn home 111 Leilchfield W l'irtle, Wra Foster, Hartford; C. TCd Miller I'rentis, is thegmst Mrs D. Rem. Ohton; Albert Patterson, of her daughter Mis lv. P. Neal. I'rentis; Hctman Render Centertown; New Ferc.il Shins all htyles. prices L A. Sander fur, Horton; Mrs. D. M. Duncan, Win Hamilton, McIIenry. 50c. to $1 00 at Fair liios. & Co's. Mr. II. I Taylor went ville jciterilny. to Fordl. Groceries & Furniture Always on hand, and in fact wc have the only general store in Hartford, the only 11 1 u To trade, where he can exchange Jiis produce for anything that he may need. Come once and you will come again. 1 Frof. lv It. Kay, wife nod little daughter were in town last Friday. BIG CLOSING OUT SALE. IBros. Holbrook's new Ilng-Rio. z, Co. orders. Carson & - Call on Ilullingtoti, the barber. Sic Field iV Dccring Mowing Machines lor sale by J. W. b'ord & Co. We are nettling bofne money now, what about that subscription? Mrs. P. A. Pmil, of MKsouri. is visiting her daughter, Mi. I.ucy Woodward, near Iledn. If you need iiuyttiitig in the buggy line, yon will do well to call on 1'ield & Holbrook where yon can get them at prices to suit the times. The carding machine at the Hartford Water Mills has been completed and is now runntug. So bring on your wool and get your rolls on short notice. J. W. Fonii & Co. 4tt uii ... "- -" NOT LONG i ,i 1y She Business Hot long enough to know that there are some people I nm pleasing with my good and prices, because they continue to trade with me. QUALITY ''And to Arc two of the most important points I to consider in buying anything. make them my specialty in Groceries. f rides MY METHOD OF -- tj" Doing Business Is to buy the best, sell the best, and recommend the best. It is this method that has brought to my store n permanent, desirable patronage. ptices: Best first patent flour . S4.00 per bbl Co. attended the leuuion at Kockpoit last Best rcond patent flour 3.75 " & Saturd ly. II ou ncecl.i .shut, see Caison Quart fruit jars 6operdoz Co. On account of sickness Rev. Jo. B. Hall gallon fruit jats . . .So " $1.00 l)r J. S. Coleman was in Louis- Rogers will not preach at Cromwell id lbs granulated sugar Suit to night. $1.10 per bbl ville tins week. 20 per lb -. Mr. I.W Siiluvuu, ni lexis, is in Arlmckle coffee HiiKyic- as cheap as the ch rapes t town this wiek, the guest ol Ml. J. Lird and Bacon nt cost. nt Field & Holbrook'.s. Canned fruit nt the very bottom. W. Ford and lamily. Field & Ilolbtook dely all competiThis is undoubtedly the time and Miss S.dlie Coleman has returned place to buy your groceries. tion in the buggy line. Come Itom an extended visit to Ineads and nnd avoid the rush. Read our great subscription offer on relatives nt Louisville and Frankfoit. eaily Yours for trade,, first page in this issue. 7. Waynr Gnui'iN& Bro. Col. C. M llarmtt is 111 Louisville . m A large crowd was in attendance at this week, where he is attending .1 m 'I ll Itt'lllllOII. County (Joint last Monday. meeting of the State Central Commit-teeThe Itcuui'iu at Hockportlast SaturMiss Ivdnn Gtifin is visiting friend day was largely attended and was and relatives m Rockport, Wehae just reemtd 50 dozea by afl present. Tlio rain co'rc-i- ng The stone work is about completed negligee shirts; pricj from 50c to' up about two o'clock broke into 51.25. They ate beautiful. around theCouit IIoue yard. the amusements of the day and caused Cakson & Co. Mr. Hen D. Kingo, llowliug Green, penplo to leave early for their homes. We have nduced the price on nil Tho nxcrcises were in charge of Kobt. was in town the first of the week. and organdies. Come Smilh, who delivered tho welcome Remember Hullington can give you summer Uwns rpiick and secure a bargain.' address he very best in the tonsoiial line. in truo patriotic style. Cakson & Co. Speeches wero made by Judge E. P. If jou want a newsuit andean give Col. and Mis. J. S U. Wedding James, Hon, C. M. Baruett and n school order, come to see Carson & who have been sick for the past few otheis. A magnificent diuner was Co. days aie, we nrc glad to note, much served to the old soldiers, after which Miss Florence Richmond, Calhoon, better Col. Wedding is able to be the reunion of the old soldiem took is visiting Mrs. lv. J. Hudson. She at his office. place and many old comrades met will spend the summer. who had not eceu each other since the Mr and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook y The sous of the veterans of the late gave the little folks a ptrty war closed. night. Their large yird was war will meet in Hartford at 3 o'clock The people of R,ekport treated the next Saturday to organize a camp. filled with the bright little fellows largo assemblugo in proper etyle and All sons of veterans over 18 years of who made merry while an opportunisavottfew diunken men tho day age are requested to be present and ty was offered. uout oil nicely. assist in the organization. tm Mr. Ben Lea, living near Cool C. M. IUllNKTT. NEW PAIR COMPANY. Springs, lost n fine barn last Sunday morning about 1:30, He lost about 400 bushels of corn and a fine mure. A Strong Company and Ono Mr. W. II. Barnes lost two fine mules Ttint Will Push tho Hot weather won't cure weak in the fire. We take school A large numbtr ol Hartloid people Miss Jessie Heavnn, Louisville, is We are dosing out our entire stock visiting her sister Mrs. M I. Heaviiu. of groceries and are making some cnormotH sacrifices on our goods. "Below the puce level" is the condition of Fair tiros & Co. sales just We want to close out at once and in order to do so. we will mike the now. HjrS.T3F,03FL33, 3EST5T, l'ur .Snip. i i .... as. Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years old, living at fiiS Monroe street, ' ELLENDALE. Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy The big Kentucky Fair begins this that has been offered to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. year on July 28th and ends August Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and 1st. Five days devoted to instrucRenfrow Bros,, Norrows, Ky. tion, amusements and recreation. The management are making super hosim:. human efiorts to make it the leading Mrs. Sue Martin, Owensboro. is fair of the State. There will be imvisiting her sister Mrs. W. P. Thomin all Byers and her neice Miss have rtturned home from a Rockport. R C. Jarnagiu and wife are visiting her mother Mrs. Taylor near Mrs. .Smith visit in Prof. Horton. Dr. S. J. Wedding of Sulphur Springs was in town Saturday on his way to Ulizabethtown nnd returned home Monday. Mrs. Mollie Allen, Olaton, is visiting her mother Mr3. Hall. Mr. SIClair and family visited her mother Mrs. Myers in the country last week. Miss Mary Campbell ot this place visited her aunt Mrs. Dr. Wedding e. Wei-nesda- WeaSc Lung s SFiere are gimes lint you can always save money by buying your Groceries of When You Lay up a Cent, Q&n-''"- " Mattor. lungs. You may feel better beWill Ivngler, of Paradise, was at more, but cause out of doors The Ohio County Fair Company the trouble Is still there. Don't Kockport last Saturday ai.d got to near the bridge when it was being Ins been and has gone stop taking your n Scott's I L B STEVENS. A gppd business in Hartford, Ky. Over $1,200 cleared last year. A good opportunity for the right man. Address "Cash carcTnK Harti'ord RitrunuCAN, Hartford, Ky. ' j . - '.i What you want wheuyouare niling is a medicine (hat will cure you. Try Hood's Sarsaparilla and be convinced of its merits. tfnr Null'. because the weather happens Emulsion aa m Ml III turned lor boat to pass, and c m jht liis foot, breaking almost every bone in it. He was attended by Dr. Lay-towho soon h id him resting as easy as could be expectcl. n, w All out for Sulphur Spr ings to attond the Camp Tomporanco Mooting. to be warm. If you have a weak throat, a slight hacking cough, or some trouble with the bronchial tubes, summer Is the best time to get rid of It. If you are losing flesh there Is all the more need of attention. Mrs. Caroline R Towtuciid the Weakness about the chest and oldest sister ol the late Jiidue J, C, thinness should never go to- Townsend, died Tuesday, July at gether. One greatly Increases her home in Stcphentowu, N, 7 Y, the danger of the other. Heal the throat, cure the cough, and wonwn nnd n C0IlslFtent mmber of strengthen the whole system the Pre,byterian Church, she was now. Keqp taking. Scott 3 mint ofMr8 j S H, wadding, of Emulsion all summer, Uaitford, ond )iad nuimroiu friends , Children's Day was observed at Hamlin Church last Sunday in appropriate style. There was preaching in the morning and nlso in the evening. Hev. O. M. Wilson conducted the exercises. Recitations &c, were the order ol the day and an enjoyable time was spent by all who were in attendance. I'or ula Uir all itrumtUM t las nj Ji.m. here who will mourn her departure, into the hands of Messrs. T. L. Grifs fin and S. K. Cox, who will hold n Fair rit Hartford 011 Oct 1, 2, and 3, Since the 1896 the is in n better shape than it comp-uihas ever becu nud the prospects for a good Fair this year are much better than they have been. The company is doubly strong, and will in a few days issue catalogues and begin advertising the coming fair, The grounds arc the best In the state, the location he best, the truck cannot be beaten. Large and expensive attractions will be on hand and a much beN ter lair than we have ever had will be given the people this fall. This is an enterprise that our business men should assist. They should offer special premiums, and whoop the matter up, for n fair is the life of a town. Let everybody give the project their support, and by so doing it will be of vas impoittnce to all of ttir people. Sulphur Springs last Saturday returned home monday, Mr. Will Tabor, Fordsville, was in town Saturday. Messrs. John Mosely and Jim Felix were in town Tuesday. Mrs. Dr. I.ilea nnd children have been visiting her mother Mrs. Daughtery this week. A crowd of young people nttemlcd the Reunion at Rockport Saturday. that will be in daily attendance will Mrs. Mass Hoover, of Olaton, is ample, luxurious nud cheap. Beside writing her sdster, Mrs. M. S. Rag-lau- the big hotel there will be a village of tents small tents, family tents and Mr. Louie Daniel was in town tents big enough to sleep a Sunday Wednesday. School excursion. The Rosine nine played against the premiums given to Handsome Springlick nine Sunday evening nt couples marrying on the grounds on Spriuglick. The fcorcs were 14 to Wednesday and Thursday. 17 in favor ol the Rosine boys. Excursion rates on all railroads and Bro. Richardson will fill his regurivers of middle and Western Kenlar appointment here Sunday and tucky. Sunday evening, Admission 25c. Tuesday the 2SU1 Mr. M. S, Ragland nnd Airs. Wil-li- e being lad'es' day, ladies and children Allen are on the sick list. W F. Rav-ikrunder 10 free. M.KY. President F.llendale Fair Co. For further information and premChildren Cry for ium lists address the Secretary. Privileges sold to highest and best d , I will, as Treasurer of school District No. i (colord) offer for sale at the Court House door in Haitford, Ky.', on Monday, August 3,1896, the property belonging to the following named tax pajcrs amount of tax opposite each name: Names. Taxes. Shanks Brooks Jico provements and rare attractions Isaac Stovnll 2 00 departments. The gorgeous floral Sam Moseley 2 00 hall of '95 will be eclipsed by the Louis Griffin splendor of this year. A Jno PackBen Carter . 2 00 . ; ard organ will be given to the best Riley Griffin 2 00 display of ladies' work in the hall and Willie Taylor . . . 100 $25 00 in gold to the best display of On the above amounts- there is n eacti county represented by nt least fee of $2.00 added to each account. three displays. The best niticleot 48 4t John King, Treasurer. each diss yill also receive a liberal Field & Holbrook have the very premium. The Poultry Exhibit best buggies in the matktt. Givp promises to make the poultry show them a call before you buy. second to none in the State. Premiums liberal and classification full. Take advantage ot our low rate and New regulation coops are used and get your favorite county paper from poultry judged according to the now until Nov. 25, for 25 cent3 cash " American standard of perfection by in advance. m T D. Heimlich, the expert judge of There are some people who will Jacksonville, 111. The race track is in most excellent take a paper a year or more nnd nevcondition, being several seconds fast- er mention pay and if you ask them er than last year. It tswithoutdoubt to pay so as to help youout of a close , get mad. We want the one of the fastest half mile tracks in place they on it will be fine run- good will of all but we want our the State,-anning, trotting and paci.ig races, men's, money worse and if you do not pay children's and women's bicycle races, without being asked you may expect asked, We rattier you would mule, hound nnd goat races and foot to be not take the paper than to take it nnd potnto inces. Accommodations for 10,000 people and not pay lor it, Ml n ... 10 : i i HER LIFE TRULY SAVED.' Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Does It. resident Mra.Chas. I.a Point, a nt Denvor. priilsts this wonderful remedy. Iter testimony bhonld convluco all ns to tha Kostora-tlv- o worth oi tho Now Heart Curo unit Nervine. Her letter tlatod Sept. 11th, n 1S8I, reads as follows: mi-M-- jKRw "AWT si tfrnK&' 85is SfJlH. A.. sSEa.' U tm tf Pitcher's Castoria. no r, 'vrc.i i ;.ft YwV. CA vr&s mi jw bidder. Mr, Fred H. Roberts, of Owensboro, who formerly edited the Owensboro Tribune, has been tendered nnd has accepted the position of Private Secretary to the Governor, nnd will as. Bids close July 10th 1896. R T. Smith, F.llendale, near Curdsville, Ky. If "mnsns o" ms0 . vW CwW'" iX' VJKaeirvt Ml w. II 5Sw- Ladles, you need dress goods or sumc the duties of the office the tst of August. Gov. Bradley could have not made from his paity in his State n better selection for the office than Mr. Roberts. Thoroughly educated and accomplished, and well up in statecraft, Mr. Roberts is peculiarly fitted tor the position, nnd the Governor Is to be congratulated in securing his services. Mr. Roberts' friends, without regard to party, will be plensed that the Governor has conferred this honor upon so worthy a gentleman.- anything else, come to &ee us. We will take your school order. Cakson & Co. ItrntiirWy llriiinrrHln nr Coiiiimreil lit it JriiiH'l. The Caunellton, Ind,, Telephone says: Dr Howard returned Sunday from Owensboro with what he called the remains of the Democratic natty in Kentucky. It was a small jennet nnd wis something larger than a big dog. It attracted considerable ntten.1 tlonhcrc Sunday afternoon. Huabolilt St. "Typhoid fovor left mo with heart troublo ot tho most sorlous nnturo. Nothing tha doctors gavo had anyuifeet. I hail torero pains lu tho heart, and was mublo to llo on my left sldo for more than three tnlnutu as a ttino. My he irt seemoU to nilmi ooaU. ami I had smothering fciiolUi, lu ;tilcli It seemed every breath would ha my last. Wo accidently taw an udvertlseuicutof tins. U. 'I'OIKT, I VJ 1 3137 V lip h ft i '1 Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Iruly bottlo of each. After taklni tho remedies a, woek.l could bo lifledtnaclnlraudsltuu au hour, und In a short tlmo I was ablu to do lliht liouwwnrk. I shall bqoyergrutufut Did Ilostoratlvo Nervine, and purchased a. M4Il&onA8.lAPo,HT. positive) Dr. Allies Heart Cure to for wonderful modiemos. Dr. Wiles Heart Curo Is sold on.ft (jiuranteo that tho tlrst bottlo will bcnoUL All drumiltts sell It at (X, 8 bottles itoiti, or it will bo sent, prepaid on receipt of prico by tho Ut. Allied Modioli Co., Elkhart, lad. Post. "figs. V Hartford Republican I'niliAV, Jwtv io,.i8oG. "THE CRIME OF '7X" JTaleta Oiitr In Hi" Mlnals nt Those Who In nnother tilnce In the same nrieech 'II Do ot Kmm Facts. Mr. Kelley wild! "Every coin that Is For (lie benefit of the thousands of not gold Is subaldlnry." Intelligent people who lioiiently licllcve Even Mr. Stewart, then ns now o that a crime vvns committed Hiirrcptl-tlotnl- y I senator from Nuvada, said onilVhrunry 0, 1871: npnlust ulltcr In 1S73, Coiibii'sh-iiia- n . "lly this process we shall come to J. T. McCleury, of .Mlniiesotji, secle b.uslH, nnd when the laboring coimlilcitble time, In iln urciit receives a dollar it will have the npeech of lVliruary 12, ton prefuuittillon innn purchasing jiovvcr of a dollar nnd he tlio Important fnct conniclcd with . will not bo called tqiou to do whnt Is nf the pnssnge of the cnlnniro net of lb73. luiosslbh for 111 id or tho producing Tho fncta stand out no clearly nml tell ' classefl to do, flgureiipon thoexchunges bucIi n strnlRhtforwnul story thnt It figure upon the fluctuations, figure upon tho gnmbllng in New Yoilt. nut ho would neetii ImiKwslblo thnt nny man fclioiilil, nf ter mulliiir them, will know what his money Is worth. continue to bellcvo that thero wns uny Gold la tho tinlversnl stnndnrd of tlio "conaplrncy' by unjboily tlmt mined world. Every IkxIj' Iciiowh whnt a dollar in gold is worth." thu piu,Rngo of tliUnct. Wiicatiffluiliut The remarks of Mr. Kelley In the n few of the, more salient iolntn from house In 1872 nnd those of Senator Mr. McClenry's speech on this iKiluti The orl,'lucil bill vviih prepared In tho Stewart In 1871 show that at thnt time, treasury department In the winter of before tho tremendous output of silver by John Jay Knox, then deputy turned mens lienils, tliere was practicomptroller of the currency, under tho cally undivided opinion on the subject-direction of George 8. lloutwell, then Tho bill had liccti liefore congress three j cars, it hnl lieen repeatedly discussed, secretary of tho treasury. The law h rethero woh nothing new or startling In lating1 to tho mint had not been reviwd for moro thnn n (feneration, mid much It, and honco there won no call for any confusion existed. This bill was largely extended notice of its Hut tho facts are seen to be that the a codification of cxlstliifflnw, with such bill was passed openly and honestly. improvements ns experience sucgested. d It cmbtxlies tho principles of sound The first diaft of the bill wus to lending cxjiorti on colling j mintage, and It undoubtedly saved ua and currency In this country, nnd to from going to a silver basis on the re sumption of sjieclo pajnicnts. And, some In Europe. In this way the view therefore, the men who framed It nnd of more than 30 men were obtained. those, who passed It deserve nnd will Their iinswcrs wcro transmitted to tho receive tho grateful thanks of ourhouse In June, 1670, nu supplementary rciort on tho bill. The consensus of selves and our posterity. After lccomlug acquainted with the opinion of these exports, nnd of those who discussed the bill In congress, UV3 facta, how ridiculous seems tlio following statement from Coin's rinnnclal that it waa simply to leeotrnlic lepilly what had pructlcnlly e.lsU'd, since the School; "In tlio language of Senator Dnnlcl, of Virginia, It (the net of 1673) act of 1853, made gold tho slnpfle standseems to hnvo gone through congress ard of Miluo nnd made slher subsidiary 'Uko tho silent trend of a cat.' " Yet nnd legal tender only for hums not exthis Is but a samplo of tho false sta foceeding fUcdollnr.s ments mudo by most of the leading silThe bill na introduced distinctly discontinued the slher dollar. One of the ver I te. The following summary of proeight hendings to the division in tho cedure Indicates how "like the silent reporU nccouianylng the bill wius iw tread of a cat" the act of 1873 stol followa: "(5) IJlhcontlnuaneooftlioi.il-e- r through congress! dollar." This was printed In capi5g tals. Tho discontinuance of the slher rtflMfSriMnH dollar was specially jefcrred to In four places In this tuport. Contrary to the suppositions and T&si statements of many leading fieo slher-itc- s, tho old ctandard dollars of 412V4 8ESs grains was never in the coinngo bill passed In 1S73, and theroforu it could not, rb they allege, have been omitted Id dc MUircptitiously. In May, 1802, tho slher A-- 1 dollar containing 3S4 gruius was In. ZAZ $ ! i : ; : : ?' : : : : : i i : :S : : ' troduced into the bill. Like the slher : : : : Z : i : i s : j : ; : : It did not hnvo "free coindol;c age" or full tender. This wns the i :b i lar which oi afterwnrd dropped out of I? ! IS ! I of w lilcli the trade the bill and ill place a .8: dollar of 420 gioins with unlimited :2 :j . wns substi7 coinage, but limited tender, 6 : I : : tuted. :S u : : v IZ? :s l'rom Uie contemporary records It U w ; &s clear that tho bill wus liefon congress it : JCC is !1S it for about three jears; thntitwas printed 11 times separately nnd twice in re :, SSrsS Io v"2 IZ-ports of tho comptroller of the currenrotSc ; "i i v :5S :! - :SE t a. o; .. a yi-t :? tTC" cy; that it w na considered nt length by tho flnenco committee of the senate and by the coinage comuiitteo of the houso during five different sessions; Unit It was carefully debated In both houses, tho debates in the senate occupying Oil columns nnd those In tho Jug 78 columns of tho Congressional Globe, and It Dually p.usfccd substantially na It was originally introduced. Every feature of tliu bill wns thoroughly explained in tho original rejiort acUuhl Cauic llccomlni; l'opalur. companying tho bill, nnd repeatedly There wcro two interviews printed hi afterward in tho debate on the bill tho News reeentlj which ought to net people thinking. It was shown in one There doubtless wero persona In loth of Uieco interviews thnt the banks aro Jiousos who did not pay attention to nlrendj' lx. ginning to call in their paper, cither tlio icportor the diseusstoiis, for even piqier which at other timed they nt tliat time such subJeetH were re- would have lieen glad to renew. This t only to experts, tendencj on the part of leudeis of garded ns of but It certainly cannot be truthfully inonej" will giovv stronger ns the situaaid that they did nut hnvo full opportion grows moio uncertain. Men who tunity to know all nboutlt. lend inonej on a gold bahls w 111 take no So far no concerns the coinngo of gold chances of lielug rejinld In cheap silver. nnd slher, thero were just two ImpoThis la shown by the practice of the rtant pnwIsloiiH In tlio act of 1S7.1 building associations, as described in namely, tho unlimited coinage of gold tlio other Interview. Tho secretary of and tlio limited coinage of slher. Itotli one of the: iiKsocmtioussald that theiii of these provisions hnvo endined and lmd Ih'cii iinrdlj' n building associatloii will endure, because, iw I have shouu mortgage inndo in tlio p.ust tluee jciu-already, this is tho only wny in which w hleh did not contain a gold clause. Wo we can have the us.' of lnitli metals as quote his wolds: money at the some time. And though "I do not believe it Is generally known omo ury excellent gentlemen in conthat nearly every buUdlugnnd loan asgress In 1S7S, when the wave of "free sociation in tJiLs city and in the state, I alhcr" threatened to overwhelm everyhas put in ever mortgage It one opposed to it, may havo snld town suppohc, has taken for the bust three jears a ioolish things about the net of 1S73. It U claiLso to tlio effect that tho loan shall a significant fact thnt not a single re- bo paid in gold, if demanded by the publican of those quoted an saying thrho The lussociation of which I things, unlc&s he lives In n secretary- - has out $170,000, and that to rooal nm state, has over voted a clause Is In ever- - mortgage," tho essential provisions of the act of News, June 11. Except ns to the trade JS73 above cited. dollar (which was Inserted us n, special Two Live Suveil. concession to the silver producers), the Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction net of 3873, based upon tho exjioileneo of centuries, framed by men preeminent City, III , was told by her doctors she for ability and Integrity, discussed In had Consumption nnd thnt there was tdl its yihnscB during the three earn when It was before congress, will lie no hope for her, but two bottles Dr recorded In history na ono of the wisest King's New Discovety completely find best pieces of leglblntlou ever encured her nnd she says it saved her acted by the congress of tho United life. Mr. Titos lingers, 139 Florida States. Ita details inny ! chniigetl, but Its fundamental principles will en- St. San Francisco, sutTered Iroin a dreadful cold, npproicltinfj Consumpdure. Occasionally wo henr n man risk: tion, tried without result evetything "Why didn't the newspapers say moro else then bought one bottle of Dr, about tho net at the time of its Tho answ cr Is plnlu. It w nsle-caus- e King's New Discovery and in two of their being newspapers, not weeks was cured tin is naturally ancient histories. There was nothing thankful. It is such results, of which new in principle or practice In the bill. these are samples, that prove the It wn largely n reenactment of exist- worderful efficacy of this medicine in ing law, properly vodlllcd. Why did the bill give gold unlimited coinage and Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles tender? Ileeaubo all mint laws In ex- at Williams & Fell's Ding Store. istence did so. Why did It restrict tho Regular sUe 50c. and ?t 00. cohuigo of subsidiary silver nnd limit Its tender to flvedollars? IIccuum! tlieso Kentucky preacher (in the midst of were tlio provisions of the act of IVb as the counruar) SI, 1853. Why did It omit from prayer) And O I.ord-nh- , coinage tho old standard silver dollar? try is suflei.ng a severe drouth-a- h, lleeauso that had been tho Intent of we pray theewh to send us rain ah by tho net of 1853, In 1853 tho dollar wns Choosday of this week at the latest-Fou- r entirely out of circulation, nnd no was mnde to bring it back Into circulation. Why did It mal.o the gold Deacons and Nine Elders ' dollar tis unit of value? IlecaiualthaJ (rising at the b.une time) Hold on, really been the metallic unit since 1S3I. You forget, s.ih, that the And this wus the mowed Intention of dominie. e comes ot Moonshine the net of The truth was that In 1872 the silver Chooseday ' bullion 3'i cents dollar was worth for Excuse me O I.ord-nh- ; Preacher more than the gold dollar and that r , Make the dear brethren ate rlght-a'jIn circulation dollars had not Manhattan. for many jenrs. As Congiwinuin it Wednesday-ah- ! Hooper sold on Apill t, lb7i", when the silver doltnrt "It does not William MiKlllle). teirouIiite now hi commercial transacAgents vvjnted to sell the Life and tions with uny country, and tho con- Sjuechs ol MtKinley, with Proceed- - ' venience of the) manufacturers in tills icopect can hotter lw met bj siippl)lng IngsolSt. Louis Coin entioti, Plnttorm oi Patty and other valuable in forma j uiall stamped tmru of the same stand iml, avoiding tho UM'lem espense of Hon. pages, with so full coiulng the dollar for that purpose," Price, cloth, jl. 00; half And Mr. Kelley, who U rviMrtrd na i 50. Sixty Ptr Cent. having Mild afterward that ha "did not morocco, Discount to agent. Send 30 cents lor Kuow that tho bill omitted the standard slher dollar," Mild on this same da) n.....j.,., . n.il l.,1l . ttm.lr.ru n.nl ' "It la Impossible to letaln the double go ti wotk nt once. You enn tell 200 btnhdard. Tho values of gold und silver S, mutliuully iliiotuntts You cannot de- copies in your town. Address J termine this year w hut w 111 le the rela- Oiillvie Publishing Company. 57 Rose tive vulueaof gold nnd silver next year Strttt. Nev York, 4S 4t They wero fifteen to one a short time ago. They uro sixteen to one uovv," "lleuee all experience ha shown that j on uiiut have one stnudurd coin which hull Imi u Icirat tender for all others. I I I 18CD-7i half-dolla- convenience, by having n subsidiary rolungo of silver, which shall circulate In nil parts of jour country na legal tender for u limited amount nnd be ledeenied at Its face value by J'ourgov-eminent,- lUIu'thtm jtimi inny pnuiiutc jour domes-tl- o MEDICAL nl lh If Tnn turt ft nd setrnltfl-- ) u it rtiiinlrf, cornull nljr fill, IIATIIAW AV.t III..' lioathiTti St., Cliloiii.. III. All Chronic ll..4 . irnirD nti I wunirn, rrlTftld Khlri, HIuchI anl N trrale.l lirniall all iivit tlii tdiii IMfi. orl'l ny inJlnfcirfjriiloni llUnk No, 1 rmn No. I for ouintn, No.S, Skin lllMafrt, Nh. I f'r Catarrh. Heat or prornnlnnal ami flnaDClalrrfrr-pneraltjial rrt'arantca plTillirm,crivarr, v M.aotatMnlltaland nunira uirn '"ot 1"S1f " iV IV who an aitllcu.l with r amA form or nrlvala illarane prrullar to llielr art, ftnata troutilpa, tic Kpb'I Iwot-- rt , Io fie leadlnir Ppcclal-la- u nt atampa tn ivay TREATMENT. General Directory. STATU Itlpnim Tftliiilcs. tt cm Governor William 0. Ilrnillcy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtorieerotnryof State Charles Flnloy. Attorney General W. S. Taylor. utlitor Samuel II. Stone. Treasure! Geo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor nml Statistics Lucas ticulturo Moore. Ol'l'fClALS. SKxXxVi Sx;SSSSSSSSSSSS5SSfiS2 ji I'J lilt. HATHAWAY A CO., 70 Dearborn St., Chlcaga, 'Hie Only ami l'nj'alclana In Ihla cuiinlrjr, ,111. Superintendent Public lustructionGeo. M. Davison. Kegister Land Ivcynold. Oflico Chas. - for Infants and Children. ttot 'nuiilele Hunk Ol'Tlli: O. Insurance Bureau Couimisalonor-- D. W. Comingoro. Containing 425 large, beautifully Adjutant General L). K. Collier. Slnto Librarian Mre. Mary Drown printed pages, embracing complete history of the greatest tornado that Day. riV JULIAN CUHZON. Great St. Louis Cyclono M OTHERS, Ho Ho Von Know Itlp.tna Tnbulffl euro i1IzIiicb. lllpans Tubules euro beail.telio. Hiinum 'libulPH euro lliittiloiice. Itlpnun Titbtilen euro ilymippskt. Itlp m" TabulrH imsUt illKentlon. Itlpnun Tabtilea ruio Imil breath. , lllp.uiH TnliutPfl euro IiIIIoiisiicih. Itlpana Tubules! ono kIvoh relief. Itlptina Tabulea euro IndlrMtlon. Hip una Tubules euro totplil Ilvor. Hip tu i Tilmlon Ronllo rntlinrtle. Hlpntin TnbiilPR cure ivinstlpntlon. IllpniiH TiibulcH for Hour Htomiicli. ItipiiiiHTitbtiteB plpni:iiit Inxittlviv, Itlpniii TiibulPB euro liver troublcH. Ulpiiim Tnlnilesi nt ilrugRlBtB. nipttim Tubules euro nausea. nattiuan'a Drops, CouTrty'a Cuntlat, many Soothing Syrupa, (ml moat temtdita for children are conipoarit of optum or iuorhlucr Von Know that opium ami morphine are itupefjrlng narcotic jwlaorn 1 Do You Know hw 0 vvaru iivBrcj -- TARLKR'S BUCK HYE that In moat touiittlet dnigglatiare not pcnultleJ loaell narcotic without labeling them polaoiia h that joii aliouM not permit any medicine to b Ho Von uulcaa you or your phyalclan know of what It la conipoaed t C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Detujisey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary-Sam- uel S11: PiioTor.itAPitni) Views. F, Drown. Kxttn cloth bimling, $1 5o;cxtiahalf coNciitEssioNAL. morrcco, $2 00. Hither style will be Senators Hon. William C. LI ndsent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of eay, Hon. J. C. 8. Blackburn. price iLLVSTKATliDWITtllSoSriXIALl.AROK 1T110 ever visited Aiticrcca. ItAILlUIAD COMMISHtOXKUS. Know Know siren yourchlU OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. that Caitorla la a purely vegetable preparation, and that a llat oC Ho Von Ita Ingredleuta U publlaheil wllli every Iwtlle t Caitorla la the prescription of the famous Ur, (Wimuel Tltcher. That It has been In uac for nearly thirty yean, and that mote Caatoiht la now sold thai of alt other remedies for children combined I Ho Von Know that yonr na tho iDEST nEMEDYfor PILES.) known for ID A 3UKC and CEUTAIN CURE llltUCKJI.TII. Iir rrijiriitr:nix:::r9 co,t7.tecii. hlll.ll A 1. 1. . Vi:V I.IIIIJHAL TUUMS TO AtlKNTS. ::: .::: :::: ::.:: 1 mh 'r; t - !o--- m iir. hoiiM-occup- inU-res- Write for our special discounts and flrATK LKaiSLATUUK. turns to ncents, free by mail. Agents, Senntor Hon. A, D. James. send lor T'legaut Prospectus, by mill, Reprepctitiittvo Ohio County Hon. 25 cents, which merely covtrs the C. M. Harnett. cost of postigu and mailing. OHIO COUNTY. Do not co'tfitse this fine complete nitcitiT cotntT. y and authentic witli the small Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens, pimphlcts of views now being circu- boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney lated and sold. Address, Owcusboro. PUIIMSHI'RS' STJITI.V CO., Black, 7669 Kiuilielluil.ling.St Louis, Mo. J. W. Likens, Jailer -- Hartford. Clerk Hartford. G. B. I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon-- e D. D. Dingo, Master Commissioner for sale at the Store of Messrs. Hartford. Burnett .S: Co's. Grantsburir. G. B Likens, TruBteo Jury Fund III., and meeting luatiycommendations Hartford. from difierent persons of Its wonderCal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. ful merits, I thought I would try a Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford bottle. I have been seriously eflected Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. lor 25 years with a cough and pains in my side nnd breast that were caus- Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. 8tevciis, ing me a miserable tile. I spent hun Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in diedsof dollars with doctors and for medicines, but everything failed until March and August and contiuues three I tried this wonderful remedj'. It weeks, and third Monday in May and beats the world nnd saved my life. I November two weeks. COUNTY COUHT. recommend Dr. Bell's Piue Tar Honey to everybody with weak lungs. It is John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. a great success. J. B. Roskll, D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. May 20,1895. Grantshurg 111. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. V. For sale by VayneGriffin& Bro., Court convenes first Monday in druggist, and Renfrow Bros , Nar each month. rows, Ky. courtT. CJUAItTEnLT Begins on the lhird Monday in A good piece ol advice to people January, April, July and Uctober. who live in the country is to take up COURT OF CLAIMS. the habit of writing for the newspaConvenes first Monday iu January, pers irotn their neighborhoods. It is nnd Tuesday after the fourth Monday a pleasant diversion ' as well as a in October. OrFlCERS. OTHER COUNTT profitable one to the mind and greatG. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur ly facilitates the passing of leisure moments Time spent in gathering Springs. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. up tile happenings of a neighborhood Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hartis a good practice for the mind as it ford. cultivates detail and accuracy, two L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur things which a gteat linny lack in Springs. Poorhouse Mr. C. R. Campbell, this busy rush .of life. Then there is a sense oi gratification indescribable Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. in leading something written by one's Fordsville J. A. Bowling self. Newspapers are nearly always Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, pleased to hear from anj' ol their September li), December 1.9 friends in the country and take great Bufoiid. Ben F. Graves March pleasure in publishing the items ol 26, June 23, September 24, December 24. news they gather nnd send. Hartford. A S, Anil March C, Just now everybody is beginning to June 4, September .'1, December 3. Woodward to tale a Spring Medicine. And it is Rosine. C. L. a good thing to do provided you take March IS, June 12, September 11, , Simmons Liver Regulator the best December 11. Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson Spring Medicine. It's a sluggish liv- March 7, June 7, September 5, Deer tint clogs the sj.stem and makes cember 5. bad blood. A dose a !.iy ol Simmons Liver Regulator will make a new man Louisville Dental Co., out of j ou. nnd a new woman too. Look for the Rtd on the package. It is Simmons Liver Regulator 3011 want, hi.-lorC Representative Fourth Hon. John W. Lewis. District Ho Von If nova- - that the I'atent Office Department of the UnlteJ Mates, aid of other countries, hare laaued esctualve right tu Dr. l'llcher and hla aaal;na to uae the word Cnutorln and Its formula, and that to Imitate them la a state prison ouenae I Has vV.V Von Know that one of the reasons for granting tills government protection as because Caitorla had been pruven to be lltlNOllltely lllirtlllCHH? Ho Vain Kuow tint 35 iicrnce doue of CaatorU are furnished for ccntN, or one cent a Hose t Ho Vain Know that when pomesscdoflhlspctfcct preparation, jourchlldrcu may be lept well, and that ou may have 11nbroV.ru rest? Va?H, tliuMC lliltiHH ate vaorth allowing. They ore facts. jj 3Cftt,nJ remote lnm tton. A Tl ic lirnoturc of flic-mml- Sjj? itJfy-A-T?-" 'M " cyi"y I btod moJl, diawinf or fhMo., with tltterip' m ativlis. 11 TMttQlaibU er not. Ir m atrirt. Our fe m dut till punt UtwHurtit, coti oi ira in mc BCIU l(IC sUUItH, IrtdeMkobtatncflmJ all Tat- tlllDU"iusHiuuU(i"i MODlrlATI rilfla ouHOrnccitOrpoitTK U.b. patent orrioi J we ran tf are rttiatia Icm Uh thu ihuM Watt, in (ton. pAMMHT.VHejrloOMiUraHalwlil. u. a. tu iorifn gouiumm , H wnuuicr. i I Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. C.A.S.VIOW&CO. u, urririii vrn(i venanmuTBri, WVWV-'J'W- Louisville, Til : tralnt run dailv West bound train" I j No,. 43. No. 41. STATIONS. l.v. U :ep. t Lonisvillc . 630 p m 7 45 m . . . . . Urtitti' y Si eet 8 00 6 45 I it. I ouis & Texas Railwiy Comp,iny. . No. Ar. li I I.uc h.. nnd tr I on No 4i. i mis. i BES TH .- -.. in t ii.", tu !K7...-.'r- 7 7n 7 32 7 3S 7 45 7 55 S40 . . . Wen I'oinl 3 43 8 52 8 53 3 S04 13 905 914 9 23 . . . I II. Wi iov dale . Uoclc Haven 1 on" Branch 12 4S 12 05 12 112 1 1 7 .Vi ; in MAT f . -- if "Ufl . , . 11 52 45 o 77 V9 te "'WREIEKe .Ja Vi . . . . lirnmlenbtirg . . . . . 82S S37 3 45 931 9 47 955 1003 10 18 . . Kkrou . . Irvington . . Webster . I.odiburg . . . Sample . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1137 II 2.S 00 II on 1051 1 &a7 5t :! S5S 9 9 9 9 9 9 02 IS 22 33 44 52 53 oS 15 Stpplie,nsport . 1023 10 25 10 42 o 53 11 05 11 13 18 "5 1038 9 9 10 10 tl 1 1 28 45 57 07 p m . 19 24 2S 35 43 51 1025 103S 10 43 11 00 II 05 11 oS !35 i 11 1 2 " 15 II 2i " 3' II 3S "55 12 12 12 12 12 12 1 . . Addison . . . . . . Holt . . Clover port . . . . . Shops . . . . . Skilluian . . . . . Hnwisvillc . . . . . . . . . . Falcon . . . . . Leuisport . . . . . Wnitiiiin . . . . Powers . . . , . . Pates . . . . Owtnsboto . . . . Mnttingly . . . . Griffith . . . . . . Stanley . . . Worthini'tuu . . I J en us . . . . . I042 in 27 I" IS 6 w 6 24 6 16 U t'3 5 .., 5 K ... Ioi3 9 4 in Io 57 9 53 9 9 22 5 35 5 3' 5 29 5 '7 5 14 mm .au TASTELESS 5tl? 1,-va- Pitue i Si'l S 916 "7 9 no 8 50 . I 53 4 4'' BK U !S9I ItSBssV 4 40 4 32 4 25 4 I (1 4 05 3 3 3 3 8 TO l 1 37. 27 IS 10 3 55 3 41 3 3 3 3 3 3 m 2 ofi 3) 36 . . . . Spottsvtlle Bnsketts Henderson . . 1258 15pm . . . . . . . . I.v. 7 20 a 7 59 7 52 7 43 7 3" 'i 1" ! 3i (HI ATI. II la.. Not. IC, lso. M 1'arls MMIrlno C . . Iaai.s. sti. M liat rar. ni) toitlsa ol t.fnlln'ntti (I1KIVKH 1A ll.I.IJ-- a Cllll.1. TONIC aiaJ hate trwaalrvi'tf Una iwht lur Inallfiaras taalnraa, lirirh- 1ut II rrara. In th dnie unlvsraal baae Ihal kit aa li no ' r a.l an anic-sails XaCmcu as iwur Tuu! luura Irulr. Aliisr.Csiia A Oo. WARnANTHD. PRICE ROcts. rsr. I3JUSTA0COODFORADULT3. cr t lie l.v Wil'tBitii at Bell. tf W79 55 p tu SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY. BY t1rliicilrlMit . Not4vlrcfiKuiriJrte-iiUiatilr-inimiltie- PATFOLKSRSiRS fw trwo rkjln-ktmr- IMI OOIMO TO THI . JM N wtxsw g wrttilienr !tu tinitt ef twrii ului &i tTatitinrtoii)(4tlUaiL ktc'aUtfti)ciFii lAJir4i'0areiL lbciuuat cui PATIENT3 TREATED DY MAIL on.r.Jjtim.l I t (urfrulkff mMrrM, wlUi iuuis JL JrO' Av ff U.I UI Itif LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, la the Ave. Theater BuiMini. on 4th bet. Qrca k Wttei This Is the place vrher yon caa bar yoar deatal work Vm beahv aa4 for Ism mocy tfcaa la any other nice In th Sonla. Krery optratvrla talofllcii anwapet gradaatenf aa Uaathaa o aladaaila) aa)Mle aad wlltiar Uvr rearm;rliKr.iremauibr rlra roa any adrtce et wlaliik' Io either joar natural or artlacia! tooth. We alike ary kraaaii b asaitUary aafMcialty. Deal set of tooth hraakarr dflN ti rlllu ituaranipfgltsn nlihorrry t. Uald blliagatim aadua; I'oraHllTM lUlafi, otltrr plaHiic flllltiir1, W. Oar crown and brldr nork, or uuth vltbeut platoa are oar natural tratb, aad at price lver lhaa tUolaarat. atruiitr and berrlceablraa ouea same day. Teotli ostracied, 3S., We can as.tr.ict vour teotb and put In avlihuut pain. Yon can mako apieantmeata by mall. Ml coaaulattou t no, A attendance, at v R.I.P.A-N-S ABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY vln NOTICE OUR PRICCB. na rubber, 00, gaaranta.1 l lit aad aealaat 1 yr. all as Arm, and lady 7Jc: The MlTfr 1'oUtleUnv Iioobla Stamford. ar THE BLOOD. s LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS; In the Avenue Theater Uuildinff, 4th 5t., bet, Qreon nnd Walnut lrftcNltry. Orri.Uo llrcalk. J ft). 1 f Ilia btomaclif LUer Ttittl rontftln notblitff Inlurioai to RIrni r leUsUltto in moi unoi cuosiiimion. clt Uk. uff, riToclMAl. tuvjpuaw lnimlfe.u rtltaf aviny ft.ab wrutrvii cfiui ix r MA nrotklft JltJl. !:!tN Tlll laJI(ftUi Ivavvtn far IIIUsif ltatln, llprl,l hrU IJirrlrunlilr.l)liilNsUl(,tM,sUilBe) nl. CO.. THE RIPANS 1 lUltc-nt- i AdlreM X CHEMICAL II iriUVK BTttKCT, .ICW TOUt LTTT. 14 W.M.St. "Bread is the Staff of Life: Vva2i(0W TitutrroiiE UA) EFT GOOD) slher-pio-lucln- Indian-UDolI- OWENSBORO. KY. Gold Crowns is to $7 Porcelain Crovwis 3 to 5 Best set of tetth (no better made-nmatter how much you pay) . $3 $1 up Gold fillings Silver filling 75c Extracting, pel tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located o BtTainaJ &TAJirarsRelIa&J& IN EVERY CAN OF BAULARD'S OBELISK BAKINQ POWDER WILL BE FOUND A COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS AND 6 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY mam THE QUICKEST WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. L. B. LINE' BITWlirs For sale by Stevens, Hnitford, Ky Direct Conotcttoru For CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. ip- - 711,1 , tr 1 '. ho.ss-r.ic- ml-o- Ih-c- j ' io pageil-Itutntio- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. cv Ol November 3 are already well utuler v. ay. A new What IK) Thar Car for Eiptrlaac. To open tiic tloodgattM und jwnnlt tho world's volume of silver to tlowtoour YOUR IIORSK WITH mliiU to be coined ut elxtccji to one in GROOM the hopunnd bollef that the market o BONNER'S of silver would bo thereby advanced HORSE CLEANER. IS TO BK ELECTED, AND to jl.?9 an ounco nx'nis to mo to be dream w extravagant as to be beyond the possibility of rculUatUin. If fnxj No flies, fleas, mosquitos coinage by thin country alonr would Removes dandtufl, dirt. Leave skin not only arrest the decline of silver, but solt and white. rewtoro Its market value, why is it tlit.t for any case ol Mange it will has not lieen attained In $100 00 cure. such 11 t not tho countries where free cobiagw Is perWill, ns always, In fnuml in tlio tliickcdi of the fight, Imttliut: vignrousl clipmitted? Tho mints of Japan, Mexico Stops iritation, rubbing, Finefor for yniiml IJusiucra Principles, vvliicli will linn? Pronperity to tlio Nation. ped horses. and several of the countries of South THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE U lint only the Iratlini; Mane and tail cleaner of the world. America Peru, Dollvla undKouudor Repulilican iiHvvspaperin tlio country, liut is PrcEniitu,ntly a National No matting. unlim- I nro open to the froe and Family Newspaper. ited coinage of both gold nnd Mirer, yet Keeps hair fine, soft and silky. A hair Its campaign nevra and ilisciifaioiia will inteiea every American citizen grower. single, limtauce can it be shown In no All tlie nevveol the tiny, Foreign Correspondence, Agricultural Departthat tho bullion nlue of sllwr has boon No scratches. Mud will not stick, Aids in shedding. ment, Market ReporU, Fa9ldbn Plutes with rlalciratu doteriptinns, nnd a vakept nt a parity with Its colnagu alut Horse Groomed in less than halt the riety of items ol household interest, make up an ideal Family Paper iloru than tht, no nation on tho jrlol time. y Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN nml NEW YORK WEEKLY hiu Its mints open to tlio free. and unlimited colnuge of both gxild and sil- A tonic; harmles; removes stains. TRIBUNE, hoth papers ver that Is uot confessedly on silver Ktep hairlrom fading, Halt gallon KuU w 1th gold nt n premium. Whnt Expense but a trifle. cleans horse 120 times. Ily its use reiiMin have we, therefore, na a nation to expect any different result if wo horse has coat like velvet. Also used m&3--fvsjxi.C should venture on aueh an experiment? j on cattle and dogs. For milk cows it's 5 From mnon and experience I am forced especially valuable tn tiy time. Address all orders to the Ask dealers for Bonner's Horse Cleanto the conclusion that to open ournilntti er. to the free nnd unlimited coinage of at the mtlo of BLtean to ono with- Will ship half gallon on receipt of $1 out the cooperation of the leudlng(Mention this paper) Patented nutloim of Europe, would fpilck-l- y TOLEDO Sl'F.CIAi.TV CO., Write your name and address on a postal card, send It to Geo. W. het pluugo tho nation to a llver basil Toledo, Ohio. Room 3, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy etTIIK 3t iy mid create aiieh n dUturlionco In our Use Bonner's Hoof Dressing and Barn NnW YORK WM5KLY TRIBUNR wilt b mallesl to yo. monetary ;stein an to Involve, tti total Dust. Hon. .T. C. llurrovv. .tturrlauu Will It Hawesvllle Plaindealer says: W, S. Morrison, ot O wen sboro, said Whf n Rvbr wm alvV, wa gti her Cutortv. to the Platndealer recently that he TbU Is tho teal market and our Is tho tst house to ship to. W male liberal aj-- f C1UU, aha crUil tot CaatcrU. Wtini aha Tanotsi oa couaiguuimu. ucaiocs we uaia oevur laci.iues mail oiner nouses m Hasina; would be a enndidatefor Circuit Judge to lappljr. We (St you the top price and pay spot cash sot la inaur lare lactork-Wlieu alia Uvoiiia 51 Un, aha clan; to CiutorU. trsJs. Ho IraivJluK asjenu. Ship .11 jrour wool auj farm jiroduoe direct to ol this district He Is a good man niMaahohalfiUrvu aho,;avuthoiCiuUiiU, a.a v a mt is. v. and lawyer, having once lived In LOUISVILLE, XY. ) 110 Third Street, or 018 to 010 SCarr.ll Court, Hawesville, mm -- PKEIWRATIONS rOK TIIK- - MIRE mm t Direct CeniKtloru lor all Points In Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, aMDgpiniJK4w vul-u- IT OF THE FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERf Write for Information to the nrarrsl agent the Chtsapcske, Ohio A Southwestern R. K. JOHN ECHOLS, ! 11 pat f litis, Harttord, BLy. Gcn'l Msurr. LOUISVILLE. t.0. HATCH, Ctn'l Pass. KY. at J. K R. PIRTLE y $1-2- ONE YEAR inn. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. e nil-v- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Is prepared to do any nnd all kUala Prices w.st of Dental Operations, reasonable. Office over Williams sic Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air (Uac4J.a ei for painleu m i ea WOOL. WOOL. ni with Coughs, Colds and I.aGrlppe when Lax ati v Dtouo Quinine will cure you In one day. Hoes not produce the ringing in the bead like Sulphate of Quinine. Put up in tablets convenient for taking, (ivnrantecd to cure, or money refunded. Price, s Cents, l'or sale by Williams & Dell. Hartford; Why sulTer jrssrl a'4l K. V. WjlUatus, Beaver Dam; A. S Anil, Sulphur Springs; Brown & Chapman, Ccntertowu; Co,, Rockport. R. R. lie