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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896071701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write la T. R. (Juinckv Drawn I.V1. CliK'uo, facte lary of Hie Bra Accmi.tt Com fan y, fur liifprinallo,i regarding Acclilenl innuf- ante. Mtnilou llila txiicr. flir in tlodiff toil cud inve eraWrhlp fee. lta nlJ over iJO,0tU 00 lot aIJenlil iujurlea. Uo your own Agent. B MUDICAI. HXAMINAT10N RHO,UlRl!I wmr Fwk The Ha ' K EPUBLIOM, DISTRICT, omzm. SJ-"- AaKtrr rrettrerel r'ii'". iiiiUNt nf ii'urrra, vh'lma I'lO. fMt t'l tl ii. i P'i ii uuiii ii.ti o.l 1 ti ft ii v tl i 'l vntil In all'i,. Htmll. mil tun) i cVl11'iItlr t licit In-- I. HS. 'i il . ref-fi- Hi. "t fl'JII. I I. IV KM I KCHf--I OFFICIAL ORCAK OF THE PARTY III THE FOURTH C.MES.IOUAL VOL. V1U. IIARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1 1SS)(. NO. 51. PcnVly The Cheapest. Purest nn meuicm in me wwiui For nYSt'Kt'tU, IONSTIPATIO-- ' Ifiitn dice, llilloumtiiiks,Klci; III. l)Aeil' CoIIa Iicprpstion u bplnu, st)LU Hto HonttMirn, etc 'Dili nnrtrnllril ri ii wnrmnttHl tint In c.itilnlil ii Kinirlu 1 i I 11LUU HV, or ny jnlneriil nuli'atn., bit nt ffor Jsfearly- - s:t.x.Jr 0 aaCL-jE- ! ": - ca CEiTT-crBBff T 3E3C3331.3D "2?3E3 .u .Jffiwy7Nt iiiii WSillSJ BFH 33 31,353.33 0 CO 0 t S&gg& I X rr wanKxt mX ipsa. r"lPswiHfi ht? S.-- US: nxbbbbkwj f d 0 o A vM2jWiv , . i v K t3ao 0k II 7 TIC 0 CO - loo Per CJoxxt. 33ltxi.caLsOaQa.es"t- FOR CJl TALOG DK- - Sohl by nuthorized deal ors or direct from 7 now "I'll y ir. rststi THlGEB.DELKER .. go., MAKUFACTUItES, Hen&ern,Kyj W. t tn ItiliHfM. IIiiii'I Kli 'tiii: v i'ihu.i uiiii.v JiNO. A LEWIS. His lnlmci'n Imbit grows on n man until iicivihh rFlciu is ferioilfly a Itt ceil, impsring nonl tit, cum t.rt mill liniiiiii'pn. To iiiit cmlilunly id iiio nvticii nliiiflt l ilici)l('iii. as tulmc en t mi liixi'li'iati1 iimT licc'oini ii miiiiiiliiiit Mint hie 3 atr:tn cuntiiiual y hi m o" Synopsis of Work Done in Congress, tfitiiiilic Giving His Corrosponclonco ii fiiivm. "lJiifn-Curchic li'.r lliu t"Mcciili:ilit, in nil nn With tho War Departl.ii nn",' carciully c mii'iiiiiili'il iificrilic I ment in Rotjard to ml.i nt mi t'lii'iicnt Berlin t)f- ciiii vvlui linn ii l ii in liii 1'iivalti Rough Rlvor. I'Uiclicc iiirc ll"-- ', milium ii liiilipu 1' i jiiiii'Iv w.'muIiIh a ! imniiiiit'iil cr'eelly li.'iniiln'f!'. Yo i cun A SHORT DIOGRAPHY, ETC. -- will ii 'lil i.ii ulirll It) l"i Wu clVf il wiillt'll iriiniHM'cf til ctiii' pfiniiiiM uilr iiny ' uiM-w-i litlint' Ii xw, nr icliiml il.u i ii I'l I't'r i'iMi, inlt in lift ii ii litiift. Im Hum t'm .' oiirn. III ii ciiif. unit- - ll die I'llmci T.ifM I'irii " )u It v;uii lii y inkiti1.' lion IoIim W 1,-- Ki'ptesenn o til tii IJ KctJ-c- tiw in Hie I.i vcr II.u r in ni. tl I'otwtcf". f mil this the Hi tirlii Will-l l)iittirt '".ucii.-l.n- r til Ki ntncVy. t:is btrnriar l.ither I'Utsxlvani dI i 'II lll' Hll lit Vlll 1 llli" llW'llittll! . n - fr to Kentucky Miiillili'. when just tif ago, Mr. I.ewN' nnces. Tliirlv I'r mi In nilrciU til iftiiiiuiiiiil', tlio tnr.s on Ins ninthcr'a ,sltle, were lioni utijiinilc nl wliicli inn tin file ami .icii Marlon, K. O Thy em!)jriieil t tiiiii'l'iunnn, (lie tiilltiwin'is Keklucky in the early il.iys, hciiijj i.l Clittluil .SVv.iiliiC.,Ark.,.)aii.28,'!).") nnionp; the first settlers in the St.itt. linn kn Ulit'inii'iil i: Mtir,, On . ohn W Levis wai ctluPttolat (ifiiilfiiifti: I't ir forty ('r..H. Wis Centte Ctillef DinviHr, Kv , enter- In all Hi liirnii). nml i;r.iiliiatiii;. Fnr'ttt'cniy liv.-- ".fnirt nt lli.it timp I Inu nun n ii l' I flit riill'crcr Irmii t'cncrnl tit!' linviiiR taVen the leeular four years liticrn col'ejrinlc course liilii mill hi'iirt tlirciHc. He was tel cy'r'f I it ifl (niiii, hut coiililn't. I to the h.ir choillv nlterwarls nivl ne. nicilli'i, uiii'iiifr tithiis I '..t v:iii"ii rt (rtfii"-burtf- , K. 'TlieJiiiliaiiTiiluiei jan pricliciiiK nt "No ' Dmihlu (JliloiMeol Uultl." On Iniiiinry l, l.SGj lie reinnvetl to Anii'ln c. tit!., ulu.,liil iiniii ntilii'jii tliil tno the SprinnhVW, Kv , where he forim-f- l a KmiiiIIv, Imwovur, partnership with lion. R J rttowne, Ii niti.liit nt !hmI, I itiiii'hasieil a Ivx nt yiir ''l'a.cn who nt that time was one of the intM I'nrti" anil it has entirely onroil mc ot ceienraieti lawyers in v.cnirii t.cn lint hnhit in nil it? f iini. ami I huvo contin-ue- t! iiicicafil thiny "iiniln in weight ami lucky. This until Browne telireil from pur- Irtiiii nil thu iiniin'riniH mil icii-vci- l 1 j ncliCD ninl pi mi ut lintly uml iniml. ire in 1870. t'liiihl uiitt! ii(uir(it paper upon my In 1870, Mr. Lewis was the Repubchangril fiulint,'i aivl diiiilitinns lican cniulitlate for Congress: was the Yiiiim renpectlsilly, l II. .Maimkhiv. temporary chnirman of the Republi I'arlnrtJ. l. Hhiiicli.Clayt.ii. Ark. can State Convention in A pill, lS8i: Stiil by nil ilruu'irist at 81.01 per wns elected as one rf the liux; ilirrc luixi', (thirty .lays' $'2 60 with irm-cliwnlU'ii from the distiict to the National Reiiarantt'C. nr funl ilinct upon rtceipt publican Convention nt Chicago, In nl piieo. Wiitii tnr liniiklci ami 1880, ami was one ol the 306 who cast prut'li. Kiireku C'liem'citl i Mtjr. thirty six ballots for Gen. U S Ornnt, V.n IdiCriWii', Win., nini H'tnn, lor the nomination for ProioVnt; was iMhi-s- . i " nni. . one ot the delegates ftom the Stnte nt 3'llt QUANTITY. BEST IN (VUALITV. f large to the Republican National Con Ii vention nt Chicago, in 18S4; was i?fti nominated for Congress in this diss b UTM Li tnct in 1886, lint owing tounfoituuate ' sickness in bis family he wns forced to decline to make the race; he wns WHITE'S CREAM again elected one ol the delegates from the State nt large to the Rtpub. llcan National Convention in 838; FOR 20 YEARS was n, candidate for deleijnte to the Has led all WORM Komedlos. (EVERY GUARANTEED. BOTTLE recent ConUitutlonal Convention of OLD MY AI.I. IlKVUUiaTS. Kentucky from his own cmrity, and, fcr rr.t.r.4 licmtDioK iintiii tii., it. Lovia. on the lace of the returns, was given the cett ideate of election by tbeboird, and lie served as n me in lie r of the 7)mqrlnnn Stoam Laundr Convention fir kwne throe months, when bis bppoucnt was given the ' seat by the convention, displacing tlits flneit wnrk of any ; was 'Mmlilrv-.ii- i Tho Mr. Lewis as a member' thereof Kentucky, Oulxls n- member of the Republican State work is all Kiiiirnntei'il, ,ar nut turnup, butiiro roturir Central Committee from 187810 iSoi, eil in coml coiiililioii, ninl was chairman e f panic in the Lanndry Sbipped on Mon-da- Stnte campilgn of 1887; was the Re-- I publirnu Hltctor for the district in rotixrnod on Friday. the Presidential camp ign ef 1892; (JjAhexoe-Casfiiikhas been elected and mi veil ns spec-- , IUnrr'uiiii, Kv. Aet. ia judge in Mnrion, Tojlur mid other counties in his district: was rominaCongress by the Republicans fftr(irJt i tin jfeurototit cured Ly Hi ted Ullrlv 'A IN ".'I I.l A Oii. itiil it ihw.)." Monthly Ulnirurvillir Ir. Milrn p'.n I'lll. "in 189J nnd delcntfil A IJ Mnntgnin. Mini .In- v ii iim'i Cii'icil lit Itii'ifCiim ii ..ii'l Inn I'riii fill ntviiiirlir't liftv nriiiiilii ii - M.titl illlll Willi II" liMVt'" lilt Mllll Ky t.rwit, rs luiniii Onnty, Vt , iimI w.is mi Wo'Mi tie viiiinil rtnt, uml c niijir"tl pic.-etit- H i :l I'r ' I livat-incu- t), rieU-jntr- l VERMIFUGE! 1 N)ve u Demnerat, nt the her election nf lb t iar hy a vote f if. 8?fi to is 636 P. C Simpson, Tit hibitioni-t- , tecuvimr 544 votes John W Lewis is one ol the must biillhnt nntl intelligent menib rs of Cnngres liom KrntucLy He has woiketl most di'iently nntl conscientiously for the good of liiscnnstituenti', ns his record will show It would be quite difficult to hunt up the entile Congressional Rtcoid containing tvery act perlorined by this brilliint and hard working member dining the session ju-- t closed. The most imp .tlant sp ccbes on subjects nl vital iiileie--t In the ptople of Kentucky, we find convenient to hanil. are t'lose uiaife on the Pckler Pension It'll mid the Patnient of Cbtm- tii Ci'.U-T.- s ol Ktntucky, bo b of which were l.i'Is if gicat met it Proliili'y the most nut ortnnt bill 'hat Mr. Le'.vit intmlueel in Con jres is the one nulhoiting I lie pur.hascof the place w lie re Abraham Incoln wns ' ol n born, an ' the erection soldiers' home, f i which j.too 000 is ' s tins U lited Stiles have asked. built many ol thee h uues north of the Ohio Rivei.nnd nghtluliy, but haw made no suitable provision in the S nitli for the pmticti.iu mid caic for those men, who Itom south ol ll e ' river, louht to peservc the U id p, ' it m'tns to us, that it is but mei t nut) ' proper that Ken tick v, lb- - Inrne of the iiuunrtal !, c In, 1.11 n Sttte that contributes to the tuppnrt of the U uted Ktites Hover niieiit ner forty ' millions ol dollars t lies per year, and wliow.isluy.il when loyt tv meant iivery thing, thnt out St.ite should be buiMing ot this entitled to have characte r as much so as ni.y St.ite in the Union. What our 1 ople, however, nre mote dnertlv intuestetl innnd which tfiecls diiertly eveiy citizen 111 Ohio county, is the miguificent nppropii-ntiowinch Mr Lwis, hv b'irl woik, stcuictl fir theiinprovtiuent ol Rouiih River l'irly iutbe session, on I'cbruary the iitb, Mr, Lewis introduced the lillDViug bill, II R 535 j In the llmi'c el Representatives, I'ebnnry nth 1896 Mr Lwis introduced the following bill: which was referred to the Committee on Rivers and Harbors and ordered to be printed. A Itill. To provide for the completion of the improvements of Rough River, Kentucky, nuthor'zttlnud hepiui un' der nets ol Congress ol September nineteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety, July thirteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety two, nntl August Seventeenth,' eighteen bundled and j ninety four ' Re it tnnctrd by the' Senate nntl erj, - . 1 i 11 I ' Ilut'seol Representatlvesof the (Milted States of America in Congress assembled. - That the Secretary ol Waris'icreby authorized and empowered and directed to make contracts for the work required to be done to complete the improvements of Rough River, in the State of Kentucky, authorized nnd in part ptovlded for, in acts of Congress ' - I Yi - rr September nineteenth eighteen hundred nnd ninetv, July thirteenth, To Office ol Chief ol Engineers War eighteen bundled and ninety two, Department. House ol Representaeighteen tives February 8 1896. nnd August reventeentb, Hon John W Lewis, M. C. Re- bundled and niiety four, and begun nntl partially completed under ro- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report visions ol nntl appropriations nnd: in ' sfiid nets. Said iniptovemcnts to be t recording It the plans ,00111 theieior already pr J and such modifiinllons tlnreol as may be deci ded up in hy 1I14 ol Wat: ' tl theie is lu loliy np no imled f ir j the put) os' of et irp ting s i I works nni nnprt vetiiir.ta until r lite con- ttno s thtu to he m tile the sum of fnilv ilnee thutnnnd and liitv dolhru 1 lei.oil ot Ma r I). W. resei'tativt- - who e.dh va'.clieslhe nml five rents, the vine to he paid , Lock 40 d, I'liemec . nUtive to m interests of his constituents, nnd Is lime lo lime nil f.f nuy money provmcut ot K01H5I1 Rlvtr. Ky.. by willing to woiu-- lor ihem in the TriaMiry nolotherwie nppto- - . luck nml dam tit Iti ctfutil, Kv . nnd H'j n'si Intni Uiccl bdls ,'tppiopr printed, nml to be nt any time rv.nlf x to cxttitntc ot S43lt..s'j us iict.cssary to $875,000 for the improvement of bte until all the said woiks ro com complete the work, snjs he has in- - Orten River: bus bad lavonbly pastpleted tro'luoed n bill jirotiding for nbove ed on, in Committee, ii bill apprnpri-ntin- g ns't-eIn scenting the a' prnprliiio amount In finish improvements nnd $50,000 to erect 11 jiitb'ii' buildfor in the foregoing bill Mr Lewis requesls the Itvnrnblu nclion of the ing at Lebanon, whicb will bs pasgnl eirly met with what seimed nt first Drpttt neiit thereon, and become a law: hat introduced to be nu insurmnitiltilile obstntle, t'litel Cleik War Depirtment. bill to provide" for the erection of n for nlthougb Mj Lookwoot, JvuEiu-ee- r 2nd Indorsement. public building; nt Kllzthsthtown, nnd in charge f the woik hid rfcniu Ori'ii'it "hum' ok i;vc,'nm'.uhs, The q lit- - a number ol private bills meiidctl that the necessary 8 1111 to ron V S Anuv. Mmicii stli. 1896. I private bills weieto granti:iisions'r-deservin, Rs ucifu'ly rtt'itriedto the Seere-tarplete theiniprovcments be iipprp-li-ledsoldiers, who, lionised f W.tr the Kuginccr in Chill had not technical difficulties, me not phle to Tim pi. lor the improveuipnt of get their claims nr'judicatcd mi ti commended, nnd that Met w.ns in the adopted i'i Pension loicibly biought to his nltentio-- i by Rotlglt Rh'tr Purtnu, am- who Itom differthe Cliaitmnunl the Committee on iS;iaiid i.Syi, istoclen the River of"' ent c.'iii'es have lailed to have justice to wi'i overhanging; Rivers and H.vbjrs when he wis olxtiu'tions, done them, also to icmove charges of Irte.s on the lnks, un I snags, logs. desertion agil-is- t presenting his claim lor the approso'.dleri and to cor- priation, but mithing d. united he c 11 stumps in the Ltd . liver. ni..l These thcIr nilit lry reoord ed in ptrson upon the of iiiiMiuii ioi:t tirtii'iiui tic.ir toe mir tatter cases will ic?ch nearly three ' of the old one. lo carry slack water War and urged the claims for Rouit hundred, some of winch have been faILntford, Ky , nt an estimated cost of vorably repottetl nnd before tin: De.iaitmeiit. at el s011e on the being tcque.sted to pit in wiiiing 5irs SSS.5- Thi"1 river was verv private calendir, some passed the much obstructed by ovcrl.ntiging trees what was desired, with reison there- House and others not reached. He for, the c urespondeticc given be'ow 0 the b inks, and by snags, logs, etc . has had none rejected. As a member was had between him nnd the War , i" the be I ol the river. The lower ol the very important Committee on eight miles ol the stream nre effected Judiciary Department; he has been constantly enby theRiims'y dim, gaged, Hduskup RrrnrsnvTATivns, U S. and has nttended all its sit) Wasiiinotov, l'nmuvRV j.S. ifl nt lock No. 2, Green River; above tings. To Hon. Dan S l.amont, Secretary this the stieam has but little depth hc In addition to the above he has of War. Washington, I) C My low water. The river Ins beef, given bis personal attention to over Dear Sii : by net of Sept. cleaned nbove the site of the new three hundred nnd twenty pension 1890 appropriated $25 000 for lock, of snngs, etc., nndtheoverlnng- cases belore the Pension Bureau, many ttgli River, Kentucky, ing trees on the banks have been ofwh'ch he has succeeded in getting an I coistni:t o of a lo:' an dim tWdeneJ, and in some cises, cut from settled nnd allowed and others be has at Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky; Green River neatly to Uartlotd, ami gotten starlcd on the way to final adnnd Congiess by act ol July t3'h the river wall of the old lock, loc.iteil justment. He received and answered 1892 appropriated tow irds saitl work just above the site ot the new lock, 6,0m letters from bis oislltuents o t Si 5 000, nnd again by net of August has been removed, it having proven matters of interest t them, nt all 17th 1891. $21 500, in nil f6j.5')o. an obsttuction to navigation. times looking promptly alter all matD. W. The efficial n putt ot Mnj wall ol the new lock, and the ters at Washington concerning which Lock wood, Unginter in charge, tor abutment, both constructed of conIn asking Congress they inquired. s')5. I'sc 24St. &c , show that said crete, have been completed, and the to appropriate for the use, by the appropilitioi.s will be exhausted by necessary excavation has been made Government, of the court houses in , necessary woik on said improvements lor the land wall. The river below Meade and Taylor ounties, $1,000 already in.der contract nnd tliat to the site of the new lock, has been for the former nnd $1,666 66 for the complete same the sum of $43,056 05 dredged for a distance of above 1,000 latter, be proved cleirly in justifiwill be required Slid report also feet. cation of his contention, that during shows character of said stream, necesThe last "iver and Harbor law. the Rebellion the Union soldiers oc sity for said improvement, commercial August 1S94, contained appropriation cupied the coutt house which were import ince ol siid stream, &c, and ot $22,500. At the end ot the fiscal the property ol those count! s ind asks that said appropriation b; made year June 30, 1895, there wis nu of such occupancy they were I rcspecllully call attention t same. avail ible bilince of $3S 756 4S The destroyed by the Confederate troops Said stream N in my district, drain- - officer in charge rcoommende I the apthereby entitling those counties to in;' fine agncultural region rich in to- - j propriation in one sum of the remaincompensatfon from the Government b ice.), lumber, corn, and peuetratts der of the estimate lor the completion for such occupancy. Mr Lewis hasdone much as a mem-be- r of Congiess, protecting the interest of the people of his district. He is looked upon nt Washington, by Ihe Kentucky contingent, ns the ablest lawyer fro in his Stnte. He is moie than a profound lawjer.he is a Slates-maand a gentlem m. R'egant nnd lefined in minnersand deportment; devoted to his friends, warm hearted, generous and courteous to all; he is an honor nntl n credit to n district ll, lltat has sent such men as Pope, Hardin, WicklilTe and others to tlie 1'telernt Congiess. At the bar he is brilliant, and a splendid lie never loses the inside of his case, and never wants for law to justify his cldim As a man he stands us hit;h with both parties as nuy nun in the disrict. LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbLbbbbbbbbbHHIBBHBL. .' As a politician be is neversohappy as when engaged in bitlle, defending the fundamental principles upon which his party is built. He has done more for the Republican party in Kentucky than any Rey publican living in it When HON. IOHN W. LHWI5 there was no sho'v whatever for reward, he was always ready at the and lumishes a.i out'et inexh.tus- - ,,, ,le pr, j,ct fU,OS6 Th? ba'ance blow of the bugle horn to meet and tiblccoal lietds is cross m.v avan.nle tor political swords with the I have introduced a bill providing about $6.. 100. The most economical strongest ol political antagonists for completion of said work and ap uuthtd of pioceduie would beyond And who, during all his career, ever piopiiatlng the $13,056.05 necessary j question be to appropriate atonce the knew him to be worsted In debate tnerehr. winch is now belore the whole remaining sum, carry the woik by anyone? His whole time, the last Committee of Rivers and Harbors, to coinnleti in as soon ns oossible. cent in his pocket book, his eu"re Should said appropriation not be aid Huh lender it available for its in physical and mental strength Inve made It will cause a suspension of tended use with ns little del ly as been given in the service of his p"tv work on mid impiovement lor two practicable. when there appeared not the rem t-- st years, or more, ns no nppropii ition It the tot'tl amount necessary for posslbilityof reward. Can be had until another Congress completion were available by May 1st He deserves much at the ha- U of may grant it, and consequently Ir- - the work could bs completed in i8j6 the Republican pirty, ami ol t' f peorepaiuble injury to work alreatly but, if not, the completion must run ple, and we are proud to say th 't we done, and loss and watte of appro- - over into 1807 or later. believe the party and the peopl will already made. This, it ap- priations W. P. CnAKJiiitx, remember him. His constituc n's, of pears to tue, will be very unwise nnd llrlj. Gen. Chiefs of Engineers both parties, with few excep'lms, waste, while to afford the leckless 3nd liidorsiiiii it thank him for what he has tl me for ) , same amount needed and required to Wvk'Ukpvtmiujt, us while their Representative nt Mahcii gt'i, 1896, complete the work will betrue econo Washington, We could give i'i deRespectfully returncl to the Hornr my, simple justice to the people in noble acts and mnnv able John W Lewis, Home ol Rep. tail a hundred tcrested in it, and patriotic. i things of note and values Mint M I' I am sure that a friendly word from resenUtives. inviting nttentlon to the Lewis has done for the benefit of his you, or your Department' in approv- - foregoing endorseui'tit of the Chief constituents nnd his party wrie nt D uirt S. LMo.vr, al ot said repot t of your subordinate Hnjlneen. Washington, but think what e have Scc'y of Was Maj, Lockwood, and its recommendaloregotng cor-t- said, nnd the showing we have mail, with Armed the tion of said appropriation will result will satisly the people ol this 'strict mi luc with the War in it being made. I most earnestly ns to the worthiness of this m t exand recontuendaand respectfully ask same, and beg on its indorsement cellent ami honorable getit'einvi who ibehallof my constituents yopr' favor tluis. whlh he bad obtained niter j represents their interest at W tshinz ' much bird I ibor, be wis fully pre and response. able consideration have the honor to be, very sincerely pired lu presenting the else to the ton, Mr. Lewis was married in 1877 to Yours', John V7 Lnwis, Committee on Rivets an 1 Harbirs, to - Miss LUzle Phillips, daughter of Vr. i Repiesentative 4th District Ky. meet nil objections urged by gentleK J. G. Phillips, Sr., ol Lebanon, To the foregoing communication meiiol ine iijj.iniM the ap Mr. Lewis, received In response, an ,,ropruUoni Mrs. Lewis is nn exceedingly inte'lU WM therefore sues official document bearing the ful own i ' " in,i,. n,,,i la ,.,,ii i cesi-futit his uiuiertaktiig. we nave k ing indorsements. Ihey Have one chl tl, a popular. dwe't sjiujwh.it at length upon this Ol'l'ICK ot' Tint SKcnrtTAitv, ) siilj.-c-t bjcime it is scircely possible beautiful daugl ter, Miss Mary WAK Oni'ARTMUMT. J pie-lej ttd, Baking 111 fk L W A&&QWDVEEV im-Iro- SJS, Powder TORE tho Hntttlifi ) llnnn i,.l llrrh I In eil' u lm whlili nn l'ro ITSniscj innsifin. . i rtv-countries where It ulll enro nil (lsnct caitfeil ly t tftanfe-im- nt ol the Liter cl.il llettcN. The BYJII'UUIS 1 Liter Compl 1'nt l a bitter or bail Raid 'ii tliu innttilit i .1. t In tn n r Hailc.Bhlisor Jm . .(un i our Sit.. Jli I.' . l llowclnnllcriiAtel 'lonnll It m I ..iiuiiclioj1 .illoii 1 Leit of Mtnory, t it .i in Imvlns falkil to i.n nictliitiK j 'i'c "Rl tl; tino een ilnnpf I -clillllt I I nvv SrrllA. nil.'' 1 enpw nnftraili''l iutikmi irj ii'iitautr cnntnMlnK I'UHIiIA"VI'IiTAm.I5. r.li 011KII IhetliiteaKe, at othm tcry few; but tvj niei la generally the tn of fin llvmi, ifit ll'ntil , KcKtilateil In e;ril i"iftrn;,', neasan DIJATII Mil 74iie. omiF'umct niin iiiinuikt 1III.UV 11 Iiu 1 .11 Ciir' n "ti'liill. i.iii. s- riiirnu The following )iiiTliL'eilt.-ii(- -l to the vfrtuca of hleniH'Vii 1 Iter lti;;iiltnri ncr. lien, iiqjt, rre.titL. tt.it. u. I. II. lTliicr. Prrv, eJrej Col. f. ll. Hiwrka. Ijicplniia. era iriue 1. in, I llouiineii nml tnotv for Iliver' iilit-I'hrnbbinfltraili.JHilt i.st mcillt Me lltn . U r. t.tlierrcr.ivOlea t m world cS'cr UJ-lieforeSiniiit,iMrl!.' ulu r,lititntiive,nrei I nt the UH HUH' tlmil If In. . ill) . ilii r 'insl uh." I.U, latnr tua t'iil ivl t'l .1 :, TbLFoilAI'll .Vtii k . kamu.l.a. n v ny H a 1 r wt J. II. ZlilLIN A .. t'liii. iletphla, !'.. U.t l.i. C. Mush M011. Aftsunli-i!"Wo I 0 lealj-- l rtrt ti 1 rfin.l'nq.M'erlfl IIIWiCo., Us st iyi d 'iyA.iy''y Jits.rt. ellcttri. .1. VJhlh s M. Uct'tr 1 1 LAWYERS, (Orti..., GLBNN & wrr. ni'o. KY. lAHiar.) n g v Will piautict tin r .r iolf n in ut. tliei'ourts ol Oliiii v 'J lliiiiiiii ooaiti-liemid etotirl of A . t , lt. tsjiPclnl attention given t 'i ciii.us. Also ' Notary Public 'n ()' cctinty. HAHTI'.liJ ,ffi tixitr-o- n .(the .alzlz TTBliEY f? f - I , Will praclico liisp-..- ion in Ohio nml ntljoiniiig coutitir, nntl cntnl nf Appeals, ypocinl at'einion t 'ven collections. Office east side o; pub.'i' pquaro. M. L. ii.titiioiti) t.r. 1 Hravrin. HEAVRIN :;:, i dv 'Ia Kftornpys Qt Law HAR.KORI). KY. Atton::y . I ir.luit, wh, J Peny 'eotrrio!d, Le'lVt'. tl Ilri'- -i' Dtt Kv. 11. 1 1 Attorney Wi.DJJJNO 1 The-riv- 11 AUTFOntl, .: l.ir.v, ' 1'. , J Will practice his piuHion in nil tho courts ol OIihi n d adjoining counties. Also Not.fy J trblic. Oilice, in CommeiL.ii Hotel. W. H. BitiilffES practice his ptulettioii in .ill tho courts m Ohi uml ndjoiring counties ami Court ul Appeal's. Special nttentinu pit u to vo1 lections. Office nex' door below Con mm cinl lintel. 1 1 T'irjL Hartiord, Ky. Attoh.ney Will HAUTFOM). lections n rj ciaity. County Ui.ilc. AUo courts of'Ohiound m'J iuii Careful attt ntion 'ti'i I a business ci trusfcil lo l caio. pracice atKY.Law, m in nil 111 liu prole C.liceovr to n Col Olno mary l'ublic. -- 353. 3P- (, Du-v.i- Attorney atKY. I,aw, IIAinTWIU). Will ptuclioc Ins p.ofi'S'i.iii iu tho Courts ol Obin nml djnini g c.hiii-lie- s. Special ntic mod lu collections. Officii li i onrilii"""' y-- uniity BsT.TaZXj, ,; AU- -i 1' exam-nmin- er LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV lections, making nbntrauiH, eVc, also Notary Public for Ohio Cotiiny. Office Nor'J) ride ot public squnie. VILSOM, 'feii: IIAltirollI), KY. QPKGIAL iitii'iition given to Attorney JNO. P. Iaw col-- O fr exp.-nditur- e ILwiTfoiiu, Ky. Will practice Ins professiim in nil llio Courts of Ohio uml niljniningcimiiiies Collections carefully nml promptly atOffice with T. .J. Piuilh tended to. & Co., Mnrkct Hireet. Attorney at jaw R. Ii. IjBBSIMMEUMAN, HDr.. fi. i'Pn Eyo, U VAN.' cimaer 1ALTY: St. Ear, f'ese and Throat, VILLI", IND. Ofiice4t6Upp I'ir - J. B. t ICKEU8, Attorney at Ln'iV, iu Ohio nml iiiljnining tumiitios. Hprcml given to nil business entrusted o his cure. Olllcu in Iti.i'Ciii.u'A.v building. IIni.TroKP, Ky., Will practice bis piotefrion I Attorney at law IIAUIFOltl), KY.. Will prnciico in nil the Courts i f Ohio uml itdjiiiniiig rntintics. Sj't'iI Oilice given to rollcttiniis. with County Auuiiioy. of aome tlmple An liiatftupaieutr mur lir'urf you weaiiB. rroiecl your ttieaji Write JOHN WfUDfl llVIlN .t Ut, Client Altar. WaiblitjtoD. I. f , fur llielr 1,. i rico offer Leyi, ami lUt ut Iwu liuuurc X Uittntldue waatvU. ARMISTRAD JONES, - I Wanted-- tifea Who eau thlnle i ad l .... i,.un, """"""" for' us to oveie'timate tlu value of theseivlces our Kepresentative lme leuilfiet. us, in this matter and it miiphekU's what it is to have a Rep- - ' J The theory in tlio triatmriit ol roughs, lung i.nd btnuchld iiflcctions lmsbeeiitidvtit'Ceilbvtheuiaiiulactuies 01 Dr. Hell's rife Tnr Honey. It is All dtv tinly n wondeiliil remedy. osltive siwrntitee. M'll it nun 11 I'nii-gist- Ohlldron Clrvfor 'ir ,sale P'tdnO'S by 7. Wnyno Griffin tV Pro unt' Rfiifinw Hios N.i-I', , v- CaStOI'IO. Ky. I iji an .iHlftaaia a &jtuuii!x-t- Hartford Republican is i.ii ,v, a.mm'.iinox ..K.tlllnr. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. I'uidav. Jur.v 17. 1896 in advance. Local notices ice per line first In scrtion mid secacli MtbsKpteiit Itiser. tlou. Large contracts special rntc.M. Culls on candidates nud political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, nud mu&tltivaribly be paid for In advance, unless party ordering publication is responsible therefor. Job Work oinu kinds promptly aim neatly executed. Hutea and Tonus Subreptions 1.25 per nntititn Republican Ticket. ELECTION WO V. 3.1800. I'nr riislilcnl. WILLIAM MrKINLKY, ()I Ollld, " 'or View 1'rrniilml. GAIMIETT A. HOHAItT, ot Now Jersey. JOHN W. LEWIS. District of Kentucky. fur Omarr. . From 4th Tin: attention ol the esteemed flnrtfnril JfcraUl ia now called. to other Democrats who have Hopped nnd are still flopping. Thtir name 13 legion. " 2 00 3 to 'SC Kilting P..wi1it QUP.KNWARK tSUCKER STATE SILVCRITES. Clerk " 2 ro ' 6c J I 00 .''luit Qmrier-.louma- l Impudent CUIcn ol gltUau lullui hliout-r- r figured Bowl nml Vitcher D M Fees Tuesday printHocker Tin: 74 67 pc Haiti Bowl and Vitclur . . t 1'rutlo. ;je IMwder Same Per diun IS 00 ed a list of eighty six Democratic paWake up your Hverbut besttre you Tlio lllliiolx Htnto conten". 3c . 30c I.wdd ShelN Cups anil Saucers Hoover F M Coffin pers cast of the Mississippi that bavo 5 00 take Simmons Liver Regulator to do tion added h'oerly mid double deal-li.9 to ISC Handled cup Sattcets 3,c llnmiuo Hunter J P Work on bridge . 100 00 ft with It will do it to the Hlhvrih' ilnotrlno of repudiarefused to support the nominee of tlio everv time, ind Igleheart W J Plowing on road 1 5 ' do It so well that you'll feel wonder- - tion tiinl illsliomst dollaiH uhvn it deThus the powChicago Convention. clined In tin platform; "We futarthri Igleheart 3 T Judge election ers of the press will be felt. 00 fully refreshed and strengthened. It EoimdcHt nnd KiffM money li,mvn to Jones W R R & B Com 45 00 Is Simmons Liver Regulator that man. Weilemund the U'lH'id of Jones W R Judge election a 00 does it. There is only one Simmons flint republican and plutwintlc legthln-tio- u David B. Hill, the ablest man in which deinonvtied (.liter and re James S M Kitty Williams 20 00 Liver Regulator, and you'll know Jho Chicago Convention, was seized duced It to the loci of tol.cu money, KlngJno A R & B Com with "that tired fctliug" aud went 3 So it by the Red Z on the p.ickage. licsiroviuj, iiy me mock or real Keeue W G Clerk election The Louisville Commercial says: 2 00 Take nothing else, and you'll be sure money. There are home betoro it was over. We deiiKind the restoration of the fiee nnil The Republican ticket will carry all Lyons Jas F R & B Com 30 75 to get all the good health promised. other who have tho same ''tired fecli unlimited coinage of bolJi pold nnd kiS R coffin . . the New England States, New York, S 00 ing." T Remember Bullington will give lter ns n standard money at the rule of New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Lake W M plowing on road 3 75 sixteen oiuicca of Blher to one of gld you a good easy shave. Central Committee met Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, Mich- Leach W P Tnu State " 3 75 of cqunl fineness, with full lepul tender Lawrence Ab 1 So . . " in Louisville last week, at which igan, Minnesota, Iowa, South Dako ixiwcr to ench metal." Thlsdrelaintlon 8101) llrwnril 81(10. Loney L B Viewer . . The rp.irlpra nf IIiIq nnnor wilt Ka of free alher wiu termed the "lilmct- 00 meeting the Hon. C. M. Barnett de- ta, Oregon, Washington California, which m made the basis of our that there is at least olllm 00 clined to serve as Chairman of the Utah and Kentucky, certainly with Lindley Wntren ' tll0Iletnry BJ8tom ,,y andJe- Lanhatu J S more than a good chance for Missou" one dreaded disease that science has ferson. 00 Campaign Committee and appointed Loney L B clerk election 2 00 been able to cure in all itsstages, and Ot nil kinds of fraud the canting a committee of two to select u Cam- ri, Virginia, Florida, Louisiana, Tex. . . 15 00 that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure humbug Is the worst. The tlncere but The only Leach A K Culhertson Committee. By virtue of bis as, Kansas and Tenuessee paign mistaken siherlte, who mlmlt.s tlnat certain States for the Populist are Leach A K Jesse Brookens 3000 is the only postivc cure known to the flee coinage at sixteen to one would ollice as Chairman of the Stato CenLikens G B lost records South Carolina, Idaho nnd Colorado 10 00 medical fraternity, Catarrh being a put thU country on the silver ImimIh, nrd tral Committee, Mr. Barnett was We look Magan S D coffin . . 11 00 constitutional disease, requires a conon A I aba m 1, Montana. North of far more respect than the Chairman of the Campaign Commitmen who hate the Impudence to tdlk Dakota aud Wyoming as anybody's Miller J I' R& B Com . . 45oo stitutional treatment. HaH'sCatanh ot "miii ad aud cafe money" In connectee. Morton Dr J S Med service States. So 00 Cure is taken internally, nctingdirent-l- y tion with 1 their scheme. Miller Chas rebate on tax 2 90 upon the blood and mucous suri:ery man who is old enough to otn THE CHICAGO FIASCO. Think II Oor. Myers J A R & B Com ktiouH Unit free slltcr, with the bullion 39 So faces of the system, thereby destroy Have you ever heard of a medicine The recent political gathering at .ilue of the two luetnU lit at lo of 3 00 ing the foundation of thedisease, and with such a record of cures as Hood's May Junius plowing on road thirty to one, means slher monometalChicago has, after the greatest May Junius " . . 2 25 giving the patient strength by builSarsaparilla? you know that Don't lism pure and simple. This la tlu i display ol insanity ever witnessed m a C 300 ding up the constitution and assisting htamkird of Mexico, China and Indln, Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True May W pnblic assembly, finished its labors. Blood Purifier, May CW& Junius " 225 nature in doing its work. The prop- where Its frequent und violent fluctuahas proved, over and It could not be called a Democratic over agaiu, that it has power to cure, MayCW 225 rietors have so much faith in its cur- tions and dt'creaslnif purcliaaiiifr jiouvr to Miller Elijah viewer 1 00 convention because tho representative even . . ative powers, that - they offer One tcLtlfy the its "wundnes8 and sufety." alter all other remedies fail? If is that kind of money the American Magan Joshua " 1 00 men aud papers of the Democratic you have impure blood you may Hundred Dollars for any ease that it people want? take Miles 1 00 " Jno H bo said Hood's Sarsaparilla witlt the Send for list of testiIt will bekouieuliatdlfllculttoaecura Party say it was not. It can fiilstocure. utmost the repeal of "the legislation which deMoore E P clerk election 2 co monials. however that it was the most danger, confidence that it ill do you good. Address. monetized iilhcr aud reduced It to tho Martin R B sh.rifl " . . 2 00 F. J. CHENEY &CO , Toledr.O ous body of men who ever met in Uikls of token money," alnce Uiere Is " Hood's Pills assist digestion. 25 Mason Lee clerk . , 2 00 Sold by Druggists, 75c this country. The platform they no such IcgihUitlon on the ntatutn Miller R A sherifl cents. " Hall's Family Pills arc the best. 3 20 lwkft. Whnt the Sucker Ktate llnun-eiepromulgated proves this conclusively. u Morrison J H judge " referred tunas probnhly the . . a 00 S4t. U The Tnrifl'plauk adopted at Chicago Wrlrui:ir Tlirm. which Hlnce lb73 bus fUin us Murphy Talor " " 2 00 We join the Commercial Tribune in X3LT2T. means nothing nnd it was intended to $3JO,000,000 of full Ictfal tender Hllier .fuller Mason R D " " 2 00 giving this invitation: Anyone having about $500.00 to money, not one dollar of w liieh In token mean nothing. , . 2 65 "To the bewildered, buffjted and Magan J S sheriff " loan, will do well to write to C" money, and $75,000,000 of subnldlary The whole convention was subdued coinage. Ab there wns not $80,000,000 . . 2 00 care homeless Democrats who love their Murrell J D judge " This RsrunucAN, Hnrtford, Ky ! with hut ono idea that ot tho free of klhermoiieyofallkliidHlnthocoun Morton John P silary 650 00 country, and who esteem its honor m ' tr.v '" lfi7:i n1"' 1,M """ $8,000,000 full of silver at the .' and unlimited coinage 7TT" a 00 If jou would have an abundance of lepnl tender slher colim.lt Is hard toseo above nil else, we point as asife hav Magan J E house for election W E HA VK CUT Til K PIIICK- Sratio of 10 to 1 independent of the 5 2S datk, glossy hair, if you would have ' ''ow "t,l-- ' stock of rent money lia.sbeen en to the wide swinging doirs of Nelson J Pplowingou road action of all other nations on earth. Newton Ben viewer om"lin"-1 00 Since mi increase . . . a clean scalp, free front dandruff nd ,,'R,ro-l'- I another party, above which are emof 40,000,000 is considered n contrae- The sum and substance of the whole blazoned 2 00 IrrU.i.V.r humors, or if your wirds, "McKinley, the Nelson J P judge eltction the htir is tiou of th.,crrene.. It keonv tounder-fade- d Our Tip To;) Whoola Hoducod to S50.00. platform is embodied in the financial Nation's Honor and . . . 600 00 and gray, nnd you would lnve ' ctnud Prosperity foi All Neel E P salary the crosb-eyeKlherlteHcnn Victor, plapoleon, a 00 its natural color restored, plank. O'BatinonJW clerk election Men. Welcome " use Ayer's i i"'!lec that forclntr $iwi,ooo,000 In rruld Owen T D sheriff " The adoption of such n financial 2 55 Hair Vigor. It is unquestionably the uiii 01 cireiiKiiion woiini gne us mora Writoiov CatalORUO and Lpocinl Cash Discount The Iilrul Iiiiihcpii. money. system ns that demanded bv the Pattou G II R & B Com 20 00 best dressing. As "The lilmetullLsm of Hamilton and Save you James I.. Francis, Alderman, Chica. would mean repus go, Chicago platform 3 00 says: "I regard Dr King's New Parks Win plowing on road Hooq's Sarsaparilla puriflej the .lelTerKon" was tJie eohinge of pold and " 1 So nlher at ii ratio which huhiim nearly as diation; it would menu dishonor nud Discovery ns nn Ideal Panacea for PirtleFW blood, overcomes that tired feeling, possible the commercial ratio iKMwccn " irretrievable disaster. 3 00 Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, Park John II creates an appetite, and gives refreshthe tulucH of the two mctuU. In Plttmmer Richard " . . Tho Cbiin'cr-oiint- at in its com4 50 having used it in my family for the It was found that wheueicr ing sleep " SO one of the metals mis over allied It ments on the platform says in part: last five years, to the exclusion of Pate JnoW '6 A VHlunhle l'rrriillnii. disnppcoicd 2 00 from circulation, tho "The financial plank, however,sub-ordinnte- s physician's prescriptions or other Park W Q clerk election Editor Morrison of Worthington, ciicapcr money ouly boiti(r used, so that " Paxton Wayne " all else in the platform, and preparations." 2 00 e ae the country was always on cither the that is about ns bad ns it could possiG II road bed & fencing 40 00 Iud., "Sun,, writes: "You have a Niiili ltiillai 4',,,, vrullajn mi I'ada. ubliiiiK Kiilra. Rev. John Bttrgus, Keokuk, Iowa, Patton gold or the siher Under bly be. It is the regulation Populism valuable prescription In Ulectric Bits pieMMit conditions, standard. Phillips J S sheriff We will send Tiik Rl'.runr.iCANaud , 3 65 "ii Uy with the bullion tic gospel of fiatism, calling not only writes: "I have been a Minister of Parson ters, and I can cheerfully ttcommend tulue of sllier 'M times thatof gold, It either ol the following named papers , " 'ccount ol the Kentucky State J T judge " 1 00 for silver monometnlism, but in in- the Methodist Episcopal Cliutcb for it fir Constipation and Sick Head- would bo ImpOKslhle to keep gold In for one ytnr for the amount opposite l,'Ju1it Conventional P.iducah. Ky., 1 So sisting that the Government shall 50 years or moie, nnd hnve never Rowe Willis tax calculation, and the country would go monopolize, with the t!i. the C O & S. W. R. R. Rains Luther plowing on road " 1 Look over the list and 50 ache, and as a general system tonic it rit once to a slher basis. Americans each name. exception in favor of State banks, the found nnything so beneficial, or that Roach LM has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, who fmor real bimetallism, " 3 75 under see what vou med and clrc us n call: win sell ticket from .ill stations on issuance of money, nnd that it shall gave me such speedy relief ns Dr " Daily and Sun Courier Journal $8.25 Its lines in Kentucky, at rate of one 9 00 2025 -- Cottige Grove Ave., Chicago, which nn olmost equal Miluo of ." not have power to provide itself with King's Ntw Discovery " Tiy this Rayman Jno A . - ii ,i n wrts uii tun uuwu, uouiu not eat nor Hl'.d slher nioncv Is now knnl In elreu. Ralph J D vitwer 1 00 . . " without Sunday " 6 25 fire for the round trip. Thete tickmeans for the redemption of Its notes Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trinl ,u,lo" must work and ote against fre thus pronouncing lor nn ultimate Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's Renfrow Mark sherifl election a 8S digest food, hud a backache which Scml.Weekley Globe Democrat I 75 ets will he sold on July 17th, iSth ' system ol irredeemable paper "rag Drug Store. and 19th, nnd will lie limited fote-tu- rn ' Roach J H Judge 2 00 never left her and felt tired and weary. Weekly Cotir'er-Journ. . . . 1 75 money ' in its worst form. but six bottles of Hlectrlc Ditters re- - HARVEY'S "SCIENTIFIC" MONEY. Louisville Commercial . . , , until July 27th. This extreme Reed Lclerk " 2 00 25 ' Cl.ltAl.VO. "It is a platform from which Dents limit is given to permit those who renewed her A 8it.m Tlmt w"n7 n.Pri,. r.rm... N V. Tribune Rogers I.ttther judge " 2 00 stored her health and 1 25 ocrats turn away sick ot heait." Mrs Georgta Pinkston.Ashbyberg, Price 50 cents and $1.00 or Ocuit. " " 2 00 strength. N.Y. World thricen.week 65 dcsiic to attend the National Conven A most significant feature of tho visited her sister Mrs P. A Milner. Raglund J W Williams & TM'i ' "Out of tlic w Isdom of man eamo tho Chicago Inter Ocean tion nt St LouW July 23ml. A spec- Rhoads JO " " 2 00 Get a bottle at I 40 Mr. William l.angley, Drakesboro, Chicago affair, was the wild nud uso of two uietuls tor umi an money, cheap rnte excuriintt will he run " Render J D " 1 25 2 00 Drug Store. these iruituU to bo colneil into money at Home & Farm frenzied admiration exhibited over spent n lew days bete last week. a rutlo In weight of sixteen to one, Rowe Alviu clerk We would be glad to fend you any from I'aducah to St Lmils to nccoui-- . 2 00 " Mrs. I, P. Fulkerson is on the sick such men as Altgeld, Tillman and or in the ratio provided from time to of the above named uapcrs. This inodate all such persons For Tfull Render W P sherifl " 2 55 Bryan. Altgeld 111 the first place was list. time. The option was gltcn by law for information call .n the nearest ticket ' 2 OO Wheat threshing is the order of the Rowan AC clerk the people to uso money made from offer Is good lor new subscribers and agent ol the C. () & S. W. R. horn in Germany whero ho hecamo R. IS Burgess Reed W II 20 00 day, and the crops is very small. either inctal, either icdecmablo In the old ones who pay one ear In advance thoroughly inbred .with Anaichistic S. G Hatch. G I A. ether, but each of Itself money. Thoon-Oat Inrvest Is over nnd the crop is Roberts JHex for prisoner 3 50 i ideas, and which lie still posseses. To make your business pty, go id tlon woh with the debtor, tho person Ringo D D restoring records 10 OO very good. Whenever a ilrtttruist tells vou he ,u iiiouoii. i iicuei.v nealtlt is a prime lactor. To secure Hnunnwu.-iuu.iej-r Hen out and out anarchist, yet ( Shaver II CR&B Com 37 50 f.ittle Georgia Milner returned I has :jiiiclhitiu juntas voodlorcougiio, or thus Jirxtl Vl liul tho demand, und as goou the convention gave him ntt ovation iteaiin. me tuooci Miomuoe kept ,,rp, etc., as Ur. Hell's Pine Tar Hon 2 80 demand glu-- wilue, the supply being fmu an extended visit to Itiettds and Sullenger James R & 13 Com second only to that accorded young pure nnd vigorous by the use of cy don't you believe it, for we guar-- . Mr. Henry Roth, of ,1848 South 9th limited, this option to tho debtor shiftSchroader Calvin plow on road 3 00 rel ttives in Ashbyberg. Street, St. Louis, was given the usual ed the demand from gold to wilier or Aver's A.irh.innrlllii. When thi vil.il ante that it is not true. We make Mr. Bryau. . . 3 00 mercurial treatment for contagious Mrs. William Dttiic.iii is '.tiite sick Sanderlur Jno W " sitter to gold, uh each Increased or de- fluid is und sluggish, thefe the '.'enttine nd authorUe all ciru Tillman is nn object of contempt to of blood poison. .Smith T A " 3 00 blood poison. lie was twice pronounc,0 cuarnntee It, The . I, creased In quantity. Tho debtor uscd 1.1. 1.. I, .,.,'... t ed cured, but thedisease returned each V, KICI lIClllll, VMIl UK OlICIJllI, Stevens Lotinie ull cituens who respect tho Govern. . 2 25 " Sutherland Co.. I'aducah. Kv. time, He was seized with rheumatic the one most accessible; mj If silver be- ambition. Um) demand was shifted For ile v7. Wayne Griffin & Ityo., We clip the following from the Shaver W " ment. Ilis course, and vulgar abuse 150 pains, and red lumps and sores cov came cheaper, druirglst.nnd Renfrow Ilros. Nnrrowv. ereu 11 is uouy. to It, and thU brought It back to a purIndianapolis Out Look. It refers to Sharp David I, " of his government merits tho condeim 150 y. "I was lu a hor- ity with gold, and lce th! lite meeting of The Kentucky , Sheflield W J 3 00 nation of all good eiti.ens. Itow ridiculousl The Idea that we. can rible fix" he A flfv Daptist General Aswiation at 11 1 50 Southard J I, says, "and the hate scientific, or Jiwt system of money Mr. Bryan is a PopulNt. He is more treat- which alien dobtnrs the ootion of nav- Green. Smith C T " 4 50 not u Democrat. These tiro tho men, ment I receivThe General Shtiltz I C Aisoolatioii " 2 25 mar-.'r- . Jaw w ed, the worse I S.,B however who cmtrolled tho conven: Stltirday iitorning Rev J S. Colem in, .''cott I 0 " seemed to get. facllltnto exchanges. 150 tion, aud over whom the convention Who prefers to A New York 11 D. I) ol was .selected iiidI- - Shields I, S 3 00 specialist said niako contracts In uncertain terms? went into hysterics from tlmo to time. PMtnr ' . . ..v... lln 1llu .iwit't t., INI.1 VIMM' Stewnit J II III. UII.1 cn.ltml III lll n.n.nl. he could cure tlmt merchant would cate to glio 150 ,. .,. v,. n. Sul,C ne ty t,1(? ilistory 0, this uo,y...n ' ue, but his funnels crcillt aud glvu tlicm tlve option Stevens S T 3 00 ot niicIi flterotyiied phutstu aa"hiiiiian ,)C,i0,i of mmc treatment did of paying In wheat at CO cents, com nt 1 1 11 1 Un filly je.lrs...nN Stevens AC " . , 3 00 K. W rtachy, n prominent lawyei me no irooil 4) ccnta, oata nt 20 ccnl) or potatoes at kTJJll lllnO. fckill nml ilevi'Mi iujciitiilv" nnd. teen tlme.( ,,,1 i n fi.m ,., n.,,r .Slum Alney viewer . 1 was stiff and full of nf I'adiic.ili, Ky., ay that Dr. Hell's 1& cents nor bushel? 00 whatever. And who but tho "(.'brut never drove Iroiu ihoTomp'o oTiccr. He has been nreachiuL' my icit arm was useless so farmers I'or Siilr. would imy for tho riuellur Honey cured Ills children of 2 00 pains, lrtv Sulleiiyer C II sherilT election that I was unable to do even the risks andtlieinuelvei A gowl bublnt.11 in Harilud Ky. whooplnir cough when all tliiujjuf ! ol nion lliuti tluijo who three yctrs nnd during th it time has Stevens S I, judge uwoiMjuet uncertainties If a merchant " 2 00 lightest work. This was my condition wcro compelled by law to glvn credit Over It's n new remedy for couvhi. tnr, A lailed 210 rlenrrd l.it-ha vu 0111 nil Idl tho li'iitiiCv.'i ol llio baptized 4 712 persons, fo1imiiv.iI 'jo Shtilt. J R 2 00 when I began to take. 8. 8. 8 and a Guarantee by nil deilem, FurjVsle nnn.l Annrltliltli. r...ll. .I..1.1 .no few bottles convinced me that I was only In this way? ' ' marriages, nssisted in the oig.iu. StewnitJJ cuuntiy lur tho Inst thlity yeain," ,V " 2 00 being Wuni b' i.u.,,1.',., Griffin St Hro., drSJglit benefitted. I continued the care Tint Iiarti-omAddress Dure Cuio for Nliteon to Ono Muludjr, w,n thruwii into llio hack 'Miindj by izatlou of thiity.six churches, conduct' Sulscr J is M Paul Young und Ilros., Narrow! Ky, 5000 medicine, and one dozen bottles cured The followlnir suggestion was scut by Rm'Uiu.iCAN, Hnttlord, Ky llin-- e A imicliiiiH nml !' pulist. Stewart J J Amanda ll.tize In ed the eNimlu.ition olforlyciudid.ttei 10 00 me sound and well. My system waa tho editor of the Valaseo (Tex.) World . under the effects of mercury, and I We take choil orders. Carson & I In) iiit'iin and Shteve P 1' guard to nsylum liini! enuh men in I). II, for ordination to the mini-trto 00 would soon have been a complete to a prominent found money man In Co. Hew Yorkl th? sermon ut lliciKiliisiiinn s A settle with SherilT Smith J um lur a. a. a. Hill Civ. K'Hi.tll, of MiHiachn'etl, 5 00 m . H. a., (ffuaraiifeI purtly xtgttablt) Can't you get Information from (iiiv. Flower, ot New Yoik, Iiuicn, nt ol d clitirchct TlK-nl6731 is me oiuy cure I'rrx.uiil, Riiutnfct .S cvtns J P icbite 0.1 tax Mexico? The people on tho llio III.1 P J j Ige election a just prl 'e I'u nit o pi'Te midlcal reference Stevens liltee ilii e'v thU 2 00 for real blood disJown, and Hrag, nf V Oraude border aro against free coinueiu boik to y persiu .filleted with any The mertliui 1 till t hl,'Ii pi, iti.it wtimt tit Shaver I' A " " age, and our jieople who go there. In 2 00 eases. curial treatment speciil, chronic or delicate disease nearly ciery Instance come back Mizdla poor house I So 00 Thiiiut oppoiiii, enidid.ite. of the doctors alhex, Addtem the peculiar You ought to sum! nn Intelliways does more Tinsley W S pi iwiug nn roan n uIm wii w tit" ititiAitgrtnsr len'lnif 11ml Miriteons of 375 TIm llot luuuh&irup. 1 tute (imr. 1'nu Si.k n !,ir,Nliiii Srli :. harm than good, Deware of mercury! gent man to Mexico and get the fucts. WCU Tui.sley H It aVS. " the United States, Dr. Hatha way & I went there and It comer ted me to tho 300 Inllmq Nilil tiy rtnimUt. UmiI IS Hooks on the disease and Its treatt1 atl ii in 'In (.txlngtou ltii.siuis r.i)loi R 0 " Co , 7.1 Dearborn Siitit, Chicago. 3 03 ment mailed free to any address by gold standard. si7CTiTynr?iraroTf ' CuJigv Apply ul this cilice. , , Trout I) II r. Ai S Uwlft tfpccltlc Co,, Atlanta, Ua. . Ignored, nnd nut only Ignored, but wcro worto than ignored; thoy were iimilled and spit upon by the silver men. Men of sagacious minds, nnd statesmanship, had no plal-- In tl.o It was In tho Chicago convention. hands of wild nud fanatical men; men who if they had control of it, would wreck the government in a JiflV. But what of tho nominee ol tliii Who h he? What bus convention? he done thut ho should becomo the President of tho greatest nation on earth? It is said that ho lint been a Congressman, but that us it Congress man hn innilo no reputation save that Elo of being nn clniiiictit Fpcakcr. quent ho U. Bui oloijiicnoy unfortunately does not fit a mail for tho Presidency. How striking tho contrast between tho Kepublicau nominco for President and th nominee of tlin Chicago convention. In McKiu'ey wo lmvo a statesman who has been teited. In Congress ho was chairman ofllio mnt Important commiltco in tho house. A position 111 which ho inndo himself famous. Helms also' served as (1 of one of our greatest States. The people have confidence in They know him. Mr.Uryan is unknown. Ho is young: only thir And yet wo nro nsked to put this unexperienced youth in tho Presidentiel chair. The nomination of Bryan was tho work of despairing and desperate men; meu who arc led on by the silver question as by a will, but who will somo day awaken to their senses. At least it is a con8Uination to be wished. A moments serious reflection will con vince any clear headed man that it would be folly to elect Mr. Bryan, hence sucli an event however is impossible. nor ty-s- is. COURT OF CLAIMS. Claims Allowod 1800. (O)iitlnuel Ir.xu la.uttipi.-h'oMer Isaac r. It & II Com o at tho January Torm ) $17 00 Taylor CM Trout D Taylor II I. Taylor II I. Taylor II A Tit) lor V A . , 3 3 00 00 So , , 4 50 . . " viewer . . 600 00 00 a 40 3 00 a 00 a 00 2 00 1 300 Thompson G njoliu Pell 90 00 Taylor It H John Fair 1806 Taylor Geo WStclla Johnson 15000 Thompson G HMird Minton See (irnves n F Viewer 1 00 Vuuglit J S plowing on road Saute Fcr diem 18 00 Wedding Ur S J post mor ex Goodnll L It Jiii'ge election . . 2 00 Wedding It It Hnllle Cash Gains W S Sheilfl " . 3 60 Wallace 15 F plow on road Glltnore J P " . " 3 60 White 15 I, . a 00 Wat PC GodseyLWCIk " " Grant lobn I. H.trvey Grant . 20 00 Wcsterfield I D viewer Hcrrcl Moses R & I) Com . . 42 75 Williams Kaston battling water Hunt LW Inquest 600 Willituas Gross clerk election " " Hockcr It I Plowing on toad . 3 00 Wtlfon Seth " Helsley DK " . . 3 00 Wilcox W II sheriff Herald Herbert M " " . . 3 00 Woodward C I. judge ' Iluuley IC II Viewer . . . . 00 Walker J It Whlttinghlll R n " Male J C " 1 00 a 00 WhlttinghillCT sherifl " HardwickWG' Clk election Same Jane Stcw.it t Same I M White Ford V S Plowing on road . " . . hame Prey Iirutio ShetlfT election . . I'utkerson J H Clk " . . 1'ord JnoW . . " Felix J T SberllT " . . Field C L Thos. Ilalrd Ford Dr 1CW Services Poorhousc so 00 so 00 2 as 4 so 3 00 a 00 a 00 Taylor 15 P Jiidne elcltlou Tinslcy W 8 tdieriir " Taylor Wnrten " " Taylor Clay judge " Taylor W licit rk Thompson G U clerk " Thomas I II sheriff " Toll UP judge " TichenorS J sberlfT " Taylor K P clerk " Turner J W judge " 2 a 2 2 'ui .. . CO I 50 00 a to ... So 00 40 00 30 CO 25 00 4 00 5 00 25 00 3 00 A Of 111 health, denpondency and despidr, gives way to llio sumddiio of bopo, liappliio aud health, upon taklW Hood's Sainapatlllii, bccuiiMi It jjJu-renewed life and vitality to the blood, nnd through that Imparls Igor gib. nervt) streu Jj to tho wholennd energy body. Head U this letter: "Hood'sSar . . . wonufriiiiiy, ueipeu mo changed alckncM to health, gloom to sun shlno. No pen can dcscrlbo what I suf- -' dcsthly sick, bid lick head-- 1 fercd. I schos every few days and those terrible tired, despondent feelings, with heart troubles to that I could not go up and Gloom M Jf. Wb n Now is Tour Chance. Desiring to change my to-d- shall commoiKH) my on II re stock ol Staple Groceries I ay to closo out. luminal aud Fancy ssnarllla ...' AT COST! This includes Queenswaae, Hardware, of-iered- Sunshine I Etc. This stock is hound to go hy August 1st, so call at once and get some of the best BARGAINS ever ." 5 25 1 00 i5 2 a 00 ro down stairs without clasping my hand over my heart and resting. In fact, It would almost taka my breath an ay. I suffered ao I did not care to live, yet 1 had much to live for. There Is no plcasuro In llfo If deprived ol health, for life becotnea a burden. Hood's 8araapnrilla doc far moro than advcrtlned. After taking ono bottle, It la sufficient to recommend Itself." Mas. J. K. SMITH, Ilelnlt, Iowa. 13c!ow CANNIil) Beel I quote you GOODS. 6c some bargains: . . . , . . VI 'In C.lnsfru Onblttt . . . 'sc Sc 20C "7C . U Deviled Ham CiU Ovttcrs . . . Vii-er-vc .St..nd . Llcht . wei-ili- t Mt.n ' r to 35C .... " " 1 Ilincs O T Judge Hunter Win M Hunter ST Sheriff Howard J D Judge Holbrook J D 200 White Sjlvester judge 200 Wilson Jont B per diem ' 320 Woodward C I. " " iSol Williams A I house for election 2 00 Yates M.ition judge election 2 00 D. M Hockrk, C. O. C. c. 9S! a 00 a co 2 00 3 60 Is the One True llloo.l l'urifVr. All ilriiKRhK II. 2 00 1800 rreiiueiluiilyliyl'. I. llmM &('.. bind). M.i. Hood's Sarsaparilla Hood's PiM' i ' mi. lerr.'.i. Heavy weight Oy.itei.s Salmon American Sntdines . . Mustnid S.ir.'lncs Orated l'incnpplc . . . Sliced Viuenpptc . . I . Corn Tomatoes Beans 1'cas "Jc . 15c . . MlriflU.I.ANIiOUS. Siu-i- i6n- - lor fi l' 10 n' 3'! .v: . . 60 Cniiciiiihitul l.)c J ,' 3 6,',c 8c Kod.t . 170 . , . . 15c Siuill . :ip dx Co-'li'- t4C ISC . . . (o 8c Vot O- -l tine ClIi'iM . . Sc IlK.lt '"t ' 7,'ic uc . I fr I REMEMBER Coffee, Lnr.l, one-nii- it 1 1 1 i.i.t ! !,, Tubs, Buckets, IJoes, Jvjii;cs, and nil other similar articles These prices !ast until go at COST. August 1st, for am compellrd to close Yours Truly, out by that time. L. B. STEVENS. DElKER Bicvclos - derlu 11 km gieyeles Are ood an( - J: rices RIGHT MFG Bicycle repnirngof all kinds done promptly CYCLE DELKER MPM, rs leyia-latlo- 209 Allen Street, o-wErsrsBO- I Bicycles! Bicycles! Monarch, I I " ON OUR ENTIRE LINE OK WHEELS. Barnes, Aoney ir sit We Will Bottom Prices. Kock Sundries hv d Overland Bicycle Hill A Steitler, ... ... Hepiuring done on short notice. ,, $ & on after-thoug- ht J"'' ... i I """ """'"""" al 1 I 1 I '' Beware I I . 1 Of Mercury! I -.. ... ?. . " iw-li- ng 11 I -- TThiT:J JSito u, .. iiuiL-Kiiun- ' lhn,. ri ...,)i nnd go to "P Qni'ilicrc Let nobody remain nt homo (luring the What about "that Temperance Cnmp Campt Mooting? Its Meeting, but "fork big thing, that's what! lil,ul 1 1 I t "" ''", d 1 1 At sss con-erte- George W. Knino will be lit Sulphur Springs during the Camp .Meeting two Well, all 1 phv-lria- iutiir bo there, cv -l- lil W " July Bargains at A Sufferer Cured ?rr? BEAVER DAM. Rev Tuck filled lih tegular np. poitituient llf M' Sil 'd,i, Misses labia mid Berlin Wilson left Suiid ly niter a visit to Iriends here, Mr. C W. Piiriot wan In Lmiisvlllc Inst week. Mr. J P. McKcnney nnd diughtcr, Miss Anna, were In Rochester Wednesday, Mr Harry Monroe has returned from Louisville, where he intended HlBliMt Honors Awarded World' FAIR BR The season of the year is near at hand now when wc must gel rid of our summer goods. Many ot our Fall Goods are bought and will soon begin to crowd in on us, owing to this fact we are compelled to make prices that will move our stock. S-u-aaoLaacLea: "livery season, from tho tlmo I was two j cars old, I suffered dread-full- y fwm erjslpel.ii, which kept gi owing vorxo until my hands wcro almost useless. Tho bnnci softened so tlmt they would bend, mid several of my lingers arc now crooked from this cause. On my hand 1 carry largo scars, w hlcli, but for m Cfv CREAM oa Fair. THIS Our semi-iiiiiumlOlosiii- 18 THE TIME oods, out Sale will bog in 5o Say g- &Ht -- AYER'S I BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fn fnni Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant JO YUARS THE STANDARD. A SilDss.. 1 Handsome styles for waists; cutprices,25c. Dresden silks worth per yard, cut price 71)c. Taffeta silks, cut price 49c. China silks, all shades, cut prices 40c. Black silks, cut prices 49c to 98c. Entire line of 50c woolen dress goods cut to 39c. The above are the lowest prices ever made on same quality an inspection ap- Sarsnpnrilln, would bo sores, provided I 'was nllvu mid iihlii to carry anything. . Kltrllt bottlo llf Aycr's Harsapnrilln cured me, so that I liavo hail no return of tho diseaso for more than twenty years. Tho first bottle seemed to reach tho spot and a persistent uso of It has perfected llio cute." O. 0. Davis, Wuutoma, Wis. taking n tmltiou. AYER'S 'SarsapariMa OYER'S TITE ONLY WOHr.Tj'fl VATR FILLS Promote Good Bigcition. , J niMvrit Fast Mail 1iA.1t 11. 11. 'iijii: t 1 1:1.1 Mrs II D Hunt, son, Percy, nnd daughter Little Miss S.illie, me visiting relatives nnd friends in Rochester nnd Huntsvillc. Mr D. O Young, Reck port, spent Saturday night with his cousin Mr. A. M. Hunt Liist Sunday tuoniiiigiit 130 o'clock file broke out in Taylor & Wa('dles Livtry Stable. Seven buildings, 400 chicken and eight fine horses weie burned, nuking n 0ss of over $10,-0- 0a The gcncinl opinion is that the st.ib'e a us set ou fire, For several minutes it seemed as tunny other buildings would burn, but by hard Wurk 011 side and the burning of a sail siteJ wiiicli smothered the flames the fire was put out 1 want to close out our Summer Goods and in order to do so wc have iixed the iol lowing low prices: We Bisl Piints Good factory, B 1 LaRUE COUNTY. Cllmonflolcl Vlows tho Situation in tho Right Light. ' God, give us men! A time like this detuunli strong minds, great hearts, true faith and ready hands." It now remains for the people of these United States to determine whether or not they will support a man, who when battle clouds were hanging thick above us. stood at the front, fighing for the existance of our country and not lor a reputation which meant a rail, or whether they wilt support a man who repudiated his party and then through love for notoriety accepts the nomination ol the party he repudiated Everywhere in this broad land Democratic news, papers nre teating themselves from the free silver rioters and proclaim ing their intention to stand by sound money and to repudiate such actions as were recently taken by the free silverites at Chicago. TheCourier Joumalofthe nth says: "The Courier-Journa- l whose whole existance has been spent in battle for DMnocracy, rejects the new faith of fiatism, repudiation and anarchy, wkich the Chicago convention has predominated as the Democratic creed, refdaes to support the nominees who have been, in an unprectedented convulsion ol frenzy, ordained the apostles of that faith." And in referring to the Democratic nominee the Courier-Journa- l does so as "a young who has recently abandoned the Democratic par ty for the Populist party." The Chicago Chronicle, Mobile Register, N. Y. Sun, New Orleans hot-hea- r. wwtli 6: y aid wide 1 0, w.irth 60 C( entiled Cotton, yard wide worth 6i All French (ilnghnms All l'rench Ginghams All Prench Ginghams Cordelc Marquise Organdie Good Dimity Cotdele Organdie All five cent Lawns at jje, worlh 10c 100, woith 12J, woith Do f)Cl I2c, worth 20c 80, woith 8c. worth I2;c I2ic 4c preciated. Summer Wash Goods. Granada Batiste 12e, cut price 10c. Primrose dimity 12Jc, cut price Joe. Jaconet D'Alsncc 12c, cut price 10c. La Jcnnc organdies 121 c, cut price 10c. Also full line Ducks, Percals, Marseille, Pique, Linen Batiste, Grass cloth all at reduced prices. line of Pricsmeycrs, we will close at cut prices. SI.2oslipper for $1, $1.50 for 1.35, $2 slipper 81.69, for $2.25. These goods are guaranteed to be the best made. $-;.5- Our celebrated MMrlnJE&.2& () ucie lul I over here two days longer than was intended owing to the rainy Accommodation 11:43.1 in weather. They gave their last enWay Freight 3:3 p. m tertainment Wednesday night. The Accommodation 8:18 p in New Orleans Limited . . 11:32 p. m. people ol this town and vicinity have enjoyed their stay here greatly. Miss Nmnie Wells won the prizj In the n Cincinnati Limited 4:33 ladies wood sawing contest. Accommodation m 5:2 Master Willie Stevens won the Way Fteight 6 36 a. 111 piize in both the apple and pie eating Accummodntion 1:29 p. m Miss Bculah Coots received Fast Mnll 7:30 p m. contesti the gicatest number of votes for being IlAIII.liN MtmnicK, Agt. the most popular young lady of town Mrs. Lucy Huiibard left Saturday mid received the lamp. Miss Attye for St L)iiis to see her son, Walter, Austin was second on the contest and she takes great pleasure in thanking who is sick in that city. her ftiends lor their kindness shown Mrs. J. D. Render and little on, in the contest. Morgantown, visited the family of The Christian Endeavor will give County Attorney 15 I'. NccI last an ice cream supper next Thursday week. night in the School Hall. Everybody wnsT hound. The Kicknpoo Indian Medicine Co 7:i6n in. We are well supplied with splendid lines ol WOOLEN DRESS GOODS All styles, colors and prices. Also the gest and best stock of big- KAST-BOUN- D. .... 111 1 (Jlolhing and piais- - " Of all styles and prices to please the most painstaking and economical buyer. aVVMaHNaMaHaawaMiaaaaNlMaMaaaMaaMaiiaHHaHMHMMMBVHiBHliMaiBiaaaaaMI Groceries &j Furniture The following named persons h ivc paid their subsciiption to Tiik since our last issue Jesce Mauzy, Morgantown j 15 R Tichenor, Centertoivn; Jno. B. Wcller, Paul Abell, Hardstown; Iistil Tajlor, come. ArTYE. PrcntlsiJ. 15. Dividson, 'I llirtf.rl, Claude Hajcs, Point Pleasant BY BUYING We arc under obligations to no ore; buy where we please, and thus enable to pick up many bargains for our trade. Try us and we will prove that we arc Leaders in styles, quality and low prices. Hertford Sample of ZETa-ii-r II 3011 need a for CASH Tun lloir hi'j T.ilio If. has interviewed n Rr.ruiiMCAN Euros. .shirt, j.ee frt,;" 3z to, Co. Kockvale, was Orion & Co Hon. VII llurton, in town jesteulay. Ste Field Kiel. & llolhroik'.s new lin,;. Messrs. o Robeits and L. 1. Roby, Fmd&ville were in town yesteiday. Mrs Mary Wright, living near Horton, Iihs lieen grnnted a pension. Miss Myttie Howard, Owcniborp, is visiting the family of Mr. Win. Foster. good young milch cow and calf. Will pay cash for one tint h satisfactory. Apply nt this office. A number of Ohio county Demicr'ts since the Chicago Ctiiivcnti.m and gained expressions from a Urge number of them. The silver element is highly pleased with the nominations an 1 say it is a.strong ticktt, while the sound money element ire loud in denouncing the platlorm and say it does not represent the Demociatic A large number of the yjund ideas money men are in n quandary wheth-e- r to vote lor McKinley or hold out for a new Demociatic t cket to be put in the field for them to support. There can be but little doubt but wh it Ohio county will give McKinlcy a handsome majority, for m- f .rmers and business men ate loo much interested in their own welfare to go ofl after the free silver heresy. of Republican State Convention League Lexington, Kv July 23rd, 1895 Tickets on salejuly22d, nt one fare ?5 50 round trip good till July 25th to return. I U S. Cai.sou went to St. Louis Miss l'.ll.i Muring went to Muhliu berg yestcid.iy Buggic: as cheip ai t:ic nt Field & Ilolbrook's. ch:.ipeit ., Waxtkd. IIIHIA. Field & Ilolhrook defy nil competi tlou in the tunny lint. Remember Bullington can give you he very be-- t In the tonsorial line Mioses Hlectra ami Olive Carson attended Hollincss meeting at Mt Hermon SuniUy. have reduced the price on nil Come summer lawns and organdies' quick nnd secure a bargain Cahson & Co. Ve If you need anything iu the buggy line, you will do well to call ou Field & ilolhrook where you can get them at prices to suit the times. We have just received, 50 doze ntgligec shirts; price from 5'c to $1.25. They nre beautiful. Carson & Co We have just finishcl programs fir the Brcckentidge county Teachers Ins stitute which will convene nt II next Monday nnd continue five days. Attoincy A Jones went to Louisville yesterday evening to luok after some business for the county, in the case of J 110. 1. Motion & Co., vj. the Ohio County Court It Is quite annoying to It ive to be always dunning people lor wlt.it they owe. Some arc honest when they tell jou they havn't got it, but others nre not; so here it goes. Some will make promises that they do not expect to keep, Mrs.Jennie McHenry and daughter, Miss Isabel le, and Hon. J no J Mc Henry will arrive home this week from Denver, Col., where they have Mrs. been with Mr O. T McHenry J no.' I. McHenry will visit htrpirents in Alteit, Va., before she returnes home, Nlrurli tin Oil Co., The Kentucky haw struck gas at . 1 depth of 1,100 feet in their new well in the eastern part of town. Owing to the fact Unit there is a vast amount ol salt water in the well it is hard to tell how much gns the vein will afford, but it is thought by knowing' ones tint the vein it a strong one nnd ere long Hartford will be llghte I by gas from our own well. The company is now bavin casing put in, prepiratory to rsltng the gns. Antl-Cliinnl On account of slckne.'s in our office this week severalcoiumunications future home. weie t out nnd others weie only Miss Ollie Carson, of Hartford, was partly published. the guest of Miss Bei nice Bennet Sun Mrs Morris, living near Concord, day aud Monday. Mr. Ezra Baird,of near this pi ice, is died at the residence of her son,Thos. Morris, Wednesday evening. The very sick nt this writing An infant child ofCharley remains were interred ot the Black burying ground yesterday evening. near Heflin, is very sick with the Chills. Two strangers were nnested by Mr.Clint Cuson's baby is very sick Marshal J I. Steven Tuesday for at this writing with infliination of piddling jewelry on the streets. They the bowels. were taken before Judge Morton and Bom to the wife of Fieldeu Bcnnitt dismissed nfter promising to leave the 3rd inst n fine girl; Dr. R.L Ford town immediately. attending physician. Rev. W, 1J Cook rcturnel fro.n Hip I'lre nt llnitrr limn. The little town of Beaver Dam was Morgantown Monday Miss Amanda Wallace of this placi visited by a disisltious fire Sunday morning about 2:30 o'clock. The died Sunday and w is buried Monday fire broke out in the rear part of in Ward graveyard. Last Saturdiy n lare cr vv I g Taylor & Waddle's livery stable nnd nt Beda to witness n game of had almost consumed it when the men were moused who were sleeping base ball between the Beda nnd a in the stable. These gentlemen lost picked nine from McHenry but they seven horses, six buggies, two spring were sadly disappointed for the game was hardly half through when the w.igons and a lot of harness and other nccessoiies to a well equipped liv- umpire (if he might be called such) ery business, amounting in nil to culled the game because some of the f. 2 500. S I. and C. M. Taylor own- spectators guyed him for his bid de ed the Lullding the loss was nbont cisions. The Beda pitchers could not throiv n strike while the M'Henry $750. The fire next caught to n warehouse belonging to P. O. Austin, in twlrlers could not throw nothing but which he lust nbout 5250 worth of strikes and then after our nine taken lime and salt and which Ilocker & all of this he called the game in order to save his side from rleleat. When Co. hud stored wool and fertilizer valit takes nine men and an umpire to ued at $!,ooo Cooper & Williams had $210 worth of fertilizer in the defeat a nine the boys here don't care same building, II. B. Taylor, Jr., to play such a team; we ndvlse the and C M. Tnylor lost 1,500 worth gentleman that umpired the gime to go with some menagerie as n clown df buggies, wagons nnd farming implements in the same house. The for he would make n better success warehouse was valued nt $250 and than trying to umpire a ball game. Buo all contents were burned. The fire then spread to the large blacksmith Buoklon's Arnloa Salvo. shop owned by Williams & Williams Tub Brst Salvr in the world for which with nil its contents valued at Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt $2 00, was consumed. The next Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapbuilding to catch on fire was the large ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all tobacco factory owned by Harrison Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required It is guarAustin and valued at $1,000. The anteed to give perfect sntlsfnculon or fl imes then lapped over and soon motey refunded Price 25 cents per FOR SALE BY Williams & pi iced the Masonic Hall into ashes, box t Loss $1,500. Hunt & Co lost a Bell warehouse valued at 6o. "" There HOTtUK. was no insurince on anything ex I want overt mtn nd nromm In the IfaltM SUUt IntereiUd in tht Opium and Wtiitk cept $Sm cirrleJ on the Misonlc uauua o navo ooo 01 idt uooa. on meat Ailitreit II. M. Wnolle.v, .MUiiU, Ux, Hall. Total loss f 1.500, Uox S8J, uj one will b lent jou freo. It-Is ith-erci. Mr. Charley Godshaw, of Owensbo ro, spent Saturday and Sunday at this place week before last Rev. C. M. Hicks went to O wens-borMonday where he will make his o Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years old, living nt 618 Monroe street, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Wavne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Picayune, Louisville Post, Courier-Journa- l, Kenfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. and dozens ol others equally as strong, have refused to allow their rsearly ail women have good hair, presses to throw foith anything in though many are gray, and few are favor of Iree silver fallacy. This in bald Hall's Hair Renewer restores itself is enough to prove conclusively the natural color, and thickens the that gold is the honest money. gro.-tol the hair. The coming election will mark an This testimonial is unsolicited nnd epoch In the history ol this country. benefit of humanity. My Never did excitement drift higher. j for the daughter has been subject to severe The country must not be allowed to colds and croup and often taken with ' violent coughing spells at night. Dr. drift into the hands of the mine ownBell's Pine Tar Honey is the only ers of the west, who, to get rid of preparation I have founn that will re- their metal at an enormous profit, lieve her. I think it is as necessary have started the silver craze. Headed in the house-holas a life preserver by anarchists and revolutionists it is on a.steamboat. Res'y, the aim of these would be revolutionB. L. JESSEL, Jan 18,1895 ists to wreck the country in which 202 W riudge St., Louisville, Ky. Fur s lie by Z. Wayne Grifiin&Bro., their pride should be centered. Evdruggist, nnd Renlrow Bros., Nar- eryone knows Altgcld, his name is a rows, Ky. dead give-waEveryone knows Tillman, the man who for the sake of II 1.11 I.I.N' CHAl'KL.. Children's Day was celebrated here a name stands ready to lead a revoluthe 1st Sunday. The house was tion such as the one of '65; the man beautifully decorated with flowers and who glories in the fact that he is from evcrgreeus The pieces were well the State that was the first to secede; spoken and were very interesting. the man who stood at the Atlanta .The exercises were enjoyed by all in Fxposition iud spit forth words ol attendance. venom against the people of the north Miss Ida Gray, of Owensboro, vis' and the same man who is the ited Miss Maggie Black last week. greatest ou the face of the earth in Little Carl Brown has been suffer- his own estimation. ing fioiii riseits (or the pist week. McKinley, the gallant leader of the Quite a crowd of Hamlin Chapel Republican party, stands with open boys ntteuded church utSwaders Sun- arms to receive the men who want day prosperity and not ruin, riot, rags and Miss Mary Likens spent Monday rebellion. The very name of McKinwith hcrsisUr, Mrs Riley Black. ley is the sy tubol ot free people. Mr. John I Felix nnd wife, visited Democrats, not free silverites, for their daughter, Mrs. Annie Haffy in the estimation of a fair minded Sunday. man a free sitverite is not a Democrat Mr. Jack Crabtree and family spent we appeal to you to stand for the Sunday with Mr. D E. Black. right, not merely a name. Bryan Miss Jennie McDowell is still resaid at Jackson, Miss., June n, 1895, fined to her bed that be would die before he would Little Luther nud DudleyChapman, support a gold standard Democrat. Marvin Black and Owen Fulkerson, Have you not convictions equally as spent Sunday with Esther Foster. strong? Will you support him, a free Miss Mnud Black spent the day silver man? Not when you know with Miss Ettie Fulkerson Sunday. Wm. McKinley, the next President The Hamlin Chapel girls nre expec- ol the United States, is the leader of ting to have a jollytime at Miss Susie the hosts whose battle cry is "down Dukes, tacky party Saturday night with the fifty cent dollar." week. GiLiio.NFiian. Mr. Henry Black and family und Miss Matliu Brown spent Sunday with Ladies, if you need diess goods or Mr. Rila Felix and wife. anything else, come to see us. We Mrs. Maud Maples .health is imwill take your school order. Cakson & Co. proving very fast, I h I d y Always on hand, and in fact we have the only general store in Hartford, the only To trade, where he can exchange his produce for anything that he may need. Come once and you will come again. IE M. H CARSON & GO. ELLENDALE. The big Kentucky Fair begins this year on July 28th and ends August 1st. Vive days devoted to instruction, amusements and recreation. The management are making superhuman efforts to make it the leading fair of the State. There will be improvements and rare attractions in all departments. The gorgeous floral hall of '95 will be eclipsed by the splendor of this year. A Jno Packard organ will be given to the best display of ladles' work in the hall and $25 00 in gold to the best display of each county represented by at least three displays. The best article ot each class will also receive a liberal premium. The Poultry Exhibit promises to make the poultry show second to none in the State. Premiums liberal and classification full. New regulation coops are used and poultry judged according to the American standard of perfection by T. D. Heimlich, the expert judge of Jacksonville, 111, The race track is in most excellent condition, being several seconds faster than last year. It Iswithoutdoubt one ot the fastest half mile tracks in the State, and on it will be fine running, trotting and pacing races, men's, children's and women's bicycle races, mule, hound and goat races and foot aud potato laces. For Snip. I will, as Treasurer of school District No. 1 (colotd) offer for sale at the Court House door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, August 3,1896, the properly belonging to the following named tax payers amount of tax opposite each name: Names. Taxes. Shanks Brooks $1 co Isaac Stovall 2 00 SamMoseley . 200 1 00 Louis Griffin Ben Carter 2 00 Riley Griffin . ; 2 00 1 00 Willie Taylor On the above amounts there is a fee ol $2.00 added to each account. 48 4t John Kino, Treasurer. ... Field & Holbrook have the very best buggies In the market. Give them a call before you buy. Take advantage of ourlow rate and get your favorite county paper from now until Nov. 25, for 25 cents rash in advance. All out for Sulphur Springs to attend the Temperance Camp Meeting. If you want a new suit andean give a school order, come to see Carson & " BusVBrks. The sclno! per capita this year will be $ 21, the lowest for several years. Ml llnrtlurit. Olijrrlloii JL.itfoid, Ky , July 14 (Special ) Numerous sound money Demoarats ol this county have been outspoken since the adoption of the Chicaro plutfurm ns not being averse to the holding of a convention to nominate a Demuciatic candidate for the PresiThey dency ol the United States. consider Bryan a Populist and some will undoubtedly support McKinley in November or not vote if there is no sound money candidate put up b;(orc the people, The correspondent of the Courier-Journ- al nt this place sent the above notice to the paper for last '.Vednes day whUli has created quite n tensa-tio- n among our free silver brethren. Some took the matter up and have been roundly abusing the correspond-c- ut and claim that there is nothing The correspendent is in the report leaded and if the free silver elemert does not wish to be exposed they had bettrr keep n way from him. Let them fight it out Depression of Spirits so common In summer-timaccompanied by loss of energy, means lack of thought-powea deficient supply of nourishment. The vital force is lost. It Isn't a question of muscle and sinew, but of resistance and At any age, but endurance. especially In youth, It Involves the risk of lung disease. Loss of flesh and a cough are threatening signs. e, r, Co. Accommodations lor 10,000 people that will be in daily attendance will ample, luxurious and cheap. Beside "GREATEST ON EARTH." the big hotel there will be a village of Dr. nilea' ItcatoratlT NarTlne. tents small tents, family tents and In Caldwell, U Mr. R. tents big enough to sleep a Sunday tho FirstT National Bank ot Fulton, Ky. School excursion. completely run down. My nerTea "I waa ioh unatruns premiums given to became aothat I left throughwould or aleep Handsome tie commiro ,1 and worry I would lie my pelled to kIvo couples marrying on the grounds on awake allplght long, position.took but little und It Wednesday and Thursday. Excursion rates on all railroads and rivers of middle aud Western Kenbook-keep- tucky. Admission 25c. Tuesday the 28th being ladies' day, ladies and children W. V. Rahbr, under 10 free. President Bllendale Fair Co. For further information and prem turn lists address the Secretary. Privileges sold to highest and best bidder. Bids close July 10th 1896. R T. Smith, F.llendale, near Curdsville, Ky. Call on Bullington, thebatber. Wllllnm McKinley. YrmT 5coE5imibion of Cod-live- r Oil, with the hypo-phosphite- s, I perfectly. and strengthens. In Scott's Emulsion the taste of the oil Is fully disguised, making It almost as palatable meets these cases It tone3 up, fattens Agents wanted to sell the Life and Speechs ol McKinley, with Proceed-lngsotLouis Convention, Platlorm ot Patty and other valuable informas tion. 320 pages, with 20 full page St. lt.T. OALCWaL- Itoahakemo upao that I could not poaalbly attend to my bualncua aa I ahould. In ImiiU. connection with thla I bad Jiwr palna U bearlneia about the atomach, and different partaof my body. 1 waaalaomuch reduced U flesb. 1 waa perauaded to try . Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for as milk. for lata at oc. an.l i 00 by all druicvLta. Bcorr A Uow.sk, Mfg. ClucuUta, N.w York Price, cloth, $1,00; half Per Cent. morocco, $1 50. Sixty Discount to agent. Send 30 cents for Prospectus and full particulars, and go to woik at once. You can bell 200 copies in your town. Address J S. Ogllvie Publis'iing Company, 57 Rose 4H M treet, New York. I drat procured a trial bottlo from a local arugglatandKoodreultaquicklyullowed.I thenprocurcdadollarbotllo.Bndby the time I haduaed thla up Iwaa adlfferoutinau. I am now on my third bottlo and am able to aleep aoundly and eat regularly, aomethtnf I could not potalblr do belore taking iouj Ktrvint. lamnowuUroered.anddono I)r. Mllea' healtate to pronounce rurrtna o KeatoraUva aarU." Nervine the prcotut R. T, CALDWELL. Fulton, Ky. Dr. Mllea' Nervine la aold on a PoalUJ Dr. Miles' Nervine RV.& fl.ha WtoaSSucCa Hartford Republican 1'itnitv Ji't.v 17 i8qG O II Rebate uu Kcown C P Fees Kellcy IJ I, Alty fee Kirk tax ... 300 500 00 2 50 in en MEDICAL trMI. Mtou want Hie lir.1 f jmM ami aelrnline or I Hit IrxlliKphTHcWnMiiil M''n;i mltlin r III . lAMIAWrt " ,u irliorn ., Clilcir. III. All llironn l'-irnitnnt witm.n. rrlTiir Skin, iilppil an I Nir. 1 Genoral Directory. STATU TREATMENT. Lniilmu . . 2 " Leisure Wm r'ccrolarnf Slate (!lmrlcs I'liiley. " I.oncy MI 3 Attoiney General V. S. 'I.rln'r. MnUeal lleferrat v " in.l wi.mm j' Amlitnr Hntntiel II. Klonu. li!k f.ir 300 1-iClaims Allowed at tlio Leach R P who are ailtlcleil with aar I w' " Likens ) II Trennirer Geo. V. Img. 3 00 form nf tirleate (llr.ti Ootobor Term i tceiilUr to InUr re. dic Commlreioncr ol Ariciilliire. Hnr !!-cLank I jiiI Dr R I Mel hut vice . 17 00 tation, altraiui. female iroiinh-.- ill'. Cen.lPpoilal i nl .Lmiii In t.ar iiAiUKi. I the trading 1805. tiuulturo nnd Stnthties Luca LikciM G B Pauper in 00 l.ii anl rhyilcl.nt In tlila rountry. ' 1K. HATHAWAY .V; CO..111. Moore. Lloyd Worih 10 00 Chicago, 70 Dearborn St., Superintendent Public liislruolimi-Gc- o. Avlry O D Plowing on road . $ 4 5" Mnttin R B Plowing on road . 825 M. DavNon. . . S " llntdln 5 An try " Same 5 25 Begister Land Office Chas. O. Urnilley, Gilbert Co Allen J T ' 50 Martin G W " Ciistiitiii N Ur. Sauuiol IMtoIier'H proHcilptlon Tor InfUiits Bevnold. 3 00 Election Supplies 9" " " 3 00 McDanlel LA Sirue Insurance Bureau Coninilssioner-- D. " 7 50 nnd Clilldrcti. It oontnliw neither Opium, Morphine nor !l 75 llruner L H plow on ronil W. Coinlngore. " Same " 2 50 i 00 Miles Poll other Xnrootlu milislunec. It Is 11 harmless HiilistUulo M) 1 " UartifgUW Adjutant General 1). II Collier. 2 25 Marlow Alonzo " Anderson R A . . 2 25 " for Paregoric, Drops, Hnotliltig Kjrttps, tind Cnstor OIL Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown I So " 50 4 " Acton SS 6 00 Urnwn Luther " Miles II J Is lMwiHiint. Day. Its Kititrnnteo Is thirty jcnrH' uso " " 2 25 5 25 Matthews Nathaniel " llnrdcttOW Awtry Hnidin I 50 . . Millions of Mothers. Custorlu destroys 'V0r111s nnd nlhijrt ltAtr.liOAl) rOMMIV-l'iNII- !. no Miller A G Ij II 7 50 6 Allen W S " 3 00 Brown Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. P. fuvcrlshness. Cnstorla oiultliir Hour Curd, " Acton Pcnrl care Cnllic Coombs I 00 Mercer M I. 2 25 " 5' Harnett AM Dcnipsey, II. S. Irwin. Sn'retiiry cures DIurrlwiMi mid "Wind Colic. Cudotht relieves 00 Mosiley IS S Guarding Morgan . 5 Aclnn S " " 4 50 Samuel P. Brown. Jlnrnaril L T (t 00 toothing- - troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. Aull A S Iii(iicst Monroe J II 3 00 llennett Harvey l " 4 50 CONOIItfUinNAI.. Cnstorla assimilates the food, regulates the. Moinneh Mtdlelno Coombs , . . 3 75 Moiris F.I1J1I1 Same (10 3 00 llcniicit J C VioHcr Senators Hon. William 0. Llnd-Ba" Hilar and howcls, (,'lvln healthy mid natural sleep, disSame Marks TS 1 CO 5o JJell AT Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, 5'' Mnrtiu WJ Suite Crnlian & Aw try . . . tort. Is tho Clillilrcn'H Paiutcca the Mother's I'lleml. BeprePtintatlvo Puiiith District i 00 Ualibctt Hiram " 100 . . Anderson S A Printing 1 5 'JH5 McDowell R II Hon. John W. Lewis. Drown Wm Judge p'rclion 2 00 Castoria. 1 50 Hurelt I, Clothes Pauper . . 5 55 Miller GC HTATi: I.IIII8I.ATUIII:. " Hunger QW 2 00 "Cutorij 1. an onlltnt tncillctne fjrclill . ' "Cn&tntti 3 00 Bean W T Plowing on roid i.tnrrllfibin.t tnclilMrrn tlmt Mitchell Reuben 3 00 Dnrnelt Senator Hon. A. I), James. 2 00 STSheriir" dten. Mollir hwr trnlntly tuU luc of ll t rrcuinnirmlitii.Miiioiortnnnypic'ociijiUoti 1 50 McFerguson John " . . Waclslock MrsSH " 2 25 Beprefentative Ohio County lion. good cffcit u;uu tbilr ctitl.lrin " known to i ic Dosu ell C V Judge" 2 00 C. M. Barnctt. " It A Pe.111 Henry W 5 25 Maddox Dr J D Med set vice . Rcinn Jt. 1, In. C.. C. 7 50 ' Drown W J, N Y, 2 00 l.UWCll, Mqm. til Ho ol int .1,1 i, " I no Same x llean Caleb W Pot inortuui 500, Drown oiiio'cduN'Fv! 1100 J SSI eiil! " "Citori Ii the let remedy for cliltJicn of "Our ili)altlati Ii tin. iWMiui a t Kenton QM ' 5o Miller E T Bahnre on pauper 208 I'lItCUIT COUKT nlitch I nut nCTiia)nlr.t. Iiojh' the il i) I. m t Drown S II Pauper child . . . 25 00 lia il.vii hljlit; if llulr 3 00 Martin G W Same 20 00 Pauper Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borfar Ul.tniit vrliett mothers viitl coui.Ulir tlie tnrc In tlielr otil.Ktc jmttlre uilli Catorli, ' M " ' real Intercut if lliclrclilutmi.nml ii.iO-lor3 o Same S.i me Ii e aniti mul a tlioitgh we unl our 5oo Daize.I Ilnuso for cVr'iiin. . 112 00 Hon. Edwin Bone, Attorney l.istead if tlte arIoii. ipucU iiotimtia wlilclj meiliral .itppliei wlinl I. knnwii 6 00 Same tfgnlir 00 J. H trues Ire V I on 00 Drown A It Collin A cloilimg arc i'.cstruln; tluir toc.l out, ! ftirvlii (iriMliui., )tt c au fr.L In vunf.. ttiat the 1 " S4 20 Owcufboro. 5" Middox Dan A BuncsW II cplu l, inorphtnr, nmtlihii: ,jtrpniiit otlter luctlti ff Ca.tbtll liaa uun na to !x with 1500 Dlack Jim W Jailer l.tirtfut vciit down tliclr ll.nxi., t'uribj fawr upon U," J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 7 50 McKinley Joseph IS 00 4') 00 Doling Jin A Per Diem Mrs Slurp Ilrouii IS aeuCin; t!iiin to prrtiuturc r rnc " Likens, Clerk llartlonl. I'.MThU ItOII'ltAt. AND 1111 rNHAHY, 3 co Martin R II Roidbed & fencing 15 00 Cnr'nti L A W I'mnwir tin roid H 00 Untler TO 1. J, V. Uixim iiik,ArL. Lofton, Mau. B. D. Bingo, Master Commissioner 5n Mnddox Geo Vtiwtr Cotnray, nrownRP 200 Cnrfm Jiep'i U.Iiulj;i! Klcction 2 00 Allfx C Smith, I'm. Hnrtinril. 2 25 Heck J P Moseley Vavcr " 200 Tho Centaur Company, 77 ITiurray Stroot, Nw York CI . G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Puml " jion(;T 2 00 1 50 Morton J S Med rervlec . . . 100 00 (.'liiiin Jiw S Benton 1) C Hartfntd. " 2 00 50 Newcoinb U S Plowii'g on reed 2 25 Bishop liT Shenir ITnrtfortL Cal. P. Crowder CO " 2 00 Deputies lCeown, Keown " Hnrtfonl Samuel So Newton W i: 2 25 Brown K P Coppnpo U 00 fi on Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. 11. . . " Harnett Jtfi Xe'son Jno addilhii.il fine . . 15 00 Cooper E P " 2 00 Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, 2 25 Holing J M 50 Coleman D J Clerk Election Potts W M Plow ing on road . . .2 00 Cromwell. . . " 5 Beauty J B " . . 3 Court convenes first Monday in Plummer Dudly Chapman WL " 00 1 50 BY OOINO TO THE " Holing Jas A March and August nnd continues three 3 Petty E.stel f'lmiii.inii rr ti ui.nrtii i.'u...: 3 75 BeckTD weeks, and third Monday in May and 1 Petty B P 5o Coleman C H B Ii Davis A'c ..'!0 LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, . 00 November two weeks. " 3 00 Bennett I. P Petty G B Rebate on tax . . . t 50 Cnto Wi bster HfJUe forlilccliou 2 00 countv cotusr. 3 00 In the Ac. Theater Building on 4th bet. Qreen k Walnat BoraithSF 5 00 Patterson B N Post Mor Ex. John P. Morton, Judge Ilartlord. TlilaU Courier Journal Dal oti books ..( 00 J 50 Bell Jeff thfilice wliemyon can tiiTcyonftlfiitat wrU ilono lttvr and for 1m monr.r than In Pearson Judson E Baize pauper 20 00 Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk .tny ntlier nflue hi the Nuth Ktct niwator In ttilt oflice Uanxrt imduAteif not If than I 50 " . Bradshaw Wm Dulse J D Piowingon road 1 50 anil willinr . . 20 00 l.r i p.irn . ihtI ice, (renifinber aniif.tn1piit) capablematte uTory u trlvv uaiiiiairy adrlce pr in any a Porter F M pauper E. P. Neal. Attorney-Hartfor- d. Ulnluc toiIthcrtmr natural or rtltUlal trrtti. ie " iTancuoi 525 Ross E O Plowing on road . . 1 50 Duke Jacob C Bennitt " 3 75 Court convenes first Monday in NOTICE OUR litPRICES.brrakaift for " BratclierRA 150 Render Ileimau " fio rMm. A I.ct of twill on rubber. fS.0O. L'airantiHsl to and ara!nt 3 00 each month. " 5o Dul:o W V w rltteii L'uarantre l1cii with everr set. l.oltl lillliiL'iii).(X) and tint Pnrr tMrr fllllnirft. 7k. i all " 7 50 Bennett I, D quAitrmn.Y couitr. ' Our crown and tirldtrv uork. k trrth ullliout ptalap am a firm, oilier jtlaotlc 1. ttl it ut, h Davenport J W fr) " 150 4 RoweGWJr 1 Begins on the third Monday in Mr.MiL' .uid HiTTi.talUai jour ii.ttnr.il teeth, and at price lower than the Ion!. 2V 50 Render J A Baize J II D y 00 Wo can rx tract xuur titli and put In rntw nir4 uni day. Trtth iat ranted. and at " " 3 00 DouglaM B D Jnuuary, April, July and October. ftolutrM lthont pain. You tan make apitotntnient ly malt. All lunstuUtlun free, A At at 3 00 Baize MD . . " wa t. in attendance, at 75 Duncan David Judge Election 2 00 Render Ilermai COUItrOK CLAIMS. . . " 3 00 Bennett Jo A 50 Duvall M W Bridge RencerCK Convenes firt Monday in January, 25 00 " 3 75 Baird Hardin " 6 ' Daugherty Mnggio for T B Bishop . and Tuesday after the fourth Monday Robertson John 6 00 Baldwin Mitchell 3 75 Riley M C In the Avenue Theater Utilltling, 4th 5U, but. Urcen and Walnut. 2 00 in October. 1 " . . Brown Albeit 50 Rial Berry W OTIIKlt COUNTY OmilFlM. 1.1.1, .! ...S !..... I. j IIIIVIIIj; (III TOBII u..;i.-Pi- i ...jrnm-i; . . " 3 75 Beck Ben G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur 3 co Ralph Bob 5 25 Springs. Bean Dr II F Medical treatment 3 00 . " 5o Raman John EllijWP Clerk Eection.... 2 00 S. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell . Bildwin Mitchell B V Kendall SOT 3 75 Royal II V 'A II. Shultz, School Supt. Hart- "Bread is the of Lifer Ellis W G Judge Election Bradley Gilbert Co 9 Cotles . . 54 75 2 00 1 50 foul. 6 OT RiceCS Bennett J C Rebate on tax . . (Coiitinind on second page ) IN EVERY CAN OF BALLARD'S OBELISK L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur 2 2.; " Reid D B Btatcher C C Guarding Morgan 2 25 BAKINQ POWDER WILL BE FOUND A Springs. 5 00 per coffin . . . Mr. Wi'l Skillman has had the sore Bennett W G Isaac Hudson . 25 OO RoweSatu fau .ur. U. H. Uampbell, COUPON. MAIL FIVE OF THESE COUPONS t'oiirlinuse Rial Berry roadbed He has tried many Kct.er. Hnrlforil. 463 S5 Black Jno W Jailer . . ' e'es for j ears . AND 5 TWO CENT STAMPS TO BALLARD Fitzhugh V Sutton 40 00 doctors anil reme les. and has alwajs ' Rtufrow 2 00 & BALLARD CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. THEY Belmain Jno Care dead child c01lJ,,TSIl .... . r5 00 failed to get reliet until we .sold him . ....."1 . .. 6 75 Ragland M S Jane Stewart " WILL MAIL YOU FREE OF CHARGE A BEAUCarter R B Plowing on road ""K a tube of Sutherlai d's Eacle Ee ,"-'".". B Manda Walker . 25 00 6 00 Render W " rrett i'erry Jiurc 21, June iv. TIFUL PICTURE TO BE FRAMED. SAMPLE Coleman F O Salve, which cuied him inside nf one coffin . . 3 week. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey September I!). December LSI 6 00 Rowe lames Pauper TO BE SEEN IN ALL LEADING GROCERIES. . " ,Z2'Ali,'3ysReUahl& Cobb J S March BuFOitn. Ben P. Graves sells well and cures. Res'v. 1 60 Sutton E E Plowing on roa . 4 5 Clough Mark For sale by L P. Stevens, Hattfoid, Ky 20. June 25, September 24, Decem- M. Mkvkk & Co , . . " 4 50 Sanderfur J B " 5 Cooper R L bur 24 Uuras. Ky ro January 15, 1S95. . . " 9 " Carter A A 4 5o Stevens Lonuie (I unroni). A S. AnilMarch 5, Sutherland's Ragle Kye Salve has " 3 75 done a " Crowder F M 825 Shultz HE great deal more or me than June 4, September 3, December 3. PKKPAHATIONS FOB TUB- . . 4 50 can be told by pen. W.H " Woodward C. L. Itosi.vn. " Cleaver E S 50 Shultz John M Skillman . " 3 75 Hums. Ky. March I!!, June 12, September 1 1, Shultz I R " Coleman Sherman 50 6 00 Par sale by Z. Wayre Griffin & December II. . . " " 2 25 Stewart J H Chapman J P Hro., druggist, and Renlrow Pros , f 'ituMwKi.i. Jont B. Wilson " 5 00 Shields PQ 1 " Chapman Ab 5" Narrows, Ky. March 7, June 7, September fi, De . . " 3 00 Crahan Mike 50 Shields W II ceinlinr A. A new Ol N ivcinlier !S.itt- - alieail) wed iindtT wny . . " 9 o" Cooper Will 3 75 Soapet EA Rcineiiibtr 15 I. IlullinKton is the " . . 3 75 M F Cates Webster Boarding Morgan 3 00 Sharp boss birber and will do your work . . " 50 quick and easv. Louisville Dental Co., Chapman Dr G F Med service 30 00 Sin lb W II " 3 Courier Journal Co Books . . 20 00 Smith T A . " 450 15. K. Sutherland Med Co : 2 00 SwopeJ N Crowder M Ii Rent f house . nBKKIiKCl'KD. AND " Gents:--- I 7 5' Sullenget BF wtite this letter because Carter W II Pauper 4" 00 I 00 I believe j on hive trade a discover i i 5 " 10 00 Smith J A Atty f e Campbell John in n couuli, cold, throat and lung rem25 lvmtly Shields I I " 10 00 Stewart Coombs Ben edy that the peoplt ought to have. I IO ro M S Cain . . . " Pine Tar Honey. I icier to Ur. Carter Dick 40 00 Stewart Jno J 1 rd) Stewart I I Thos Good men . . 40 00 have thoroughly ttstcd it and know Campbell Chas Viewer of road 300 2t G7 its wonderful It cures merits. Same Coffin clothes Chick R M Plowing on road . Will, ns :il w.i a b i nnd iii lie tl ickro' ol il i fi dii, butt iny v gnri.tislv 50 Any Kliabeth Catter . . . 25 OO this one who ever need a remedy of Daniel Wade Plowing on road 9 00 Same dr S uiiil Miicuhki Prii cip'ii.. bit h will I rnif Pmf lily in ihe Nnin 11. kind .should be never S O C THKN'KW YOKK WKHKI.V TIIIIU'Ni: N nm nnlv the J.n.lini; 1 . . " without bottle ol Dr Hell's Pine Divis N B 50 Stevens I P Kx 3 00 Tar Honey. itepiililican iii'u.piipor in lliu eimuiry, hut is a Xuliminl Rebate on tax Jnuitv M PoitTtut " Davenport A J 3 00 Family Ncwnpiipcr. Glass and Q11cen.sw.1re, " 93 00 . . " Davenport D fi 4 50 Same lie campaign new nnd ilifni'sinnn will inlon it every Aiiirricnn citicn PaiHichah. Ky. 3 OO Jan, 15. 1895. . . . . " Daniel Wade 4 50 Sutton John Viewer Por sile hj Z. V.ii e GriflimvlJro , AM the iicwii ol the day, Foreign Cnrrc,'inilen''e, Agriciillural I)Hpnrt-tueS20 OO . II Salary . . 4 W.H.St. Davison Wallace " 3 00 .Shultz dttlijivt, nnd Renlrow Hros , NarMarket Keportc. Fashion I'lutei imiIi nnd it va .100 rows, Ky on road " . . Davison Sam l 3 00 Torrents J H Plowing ricty of iti'timil lioticlnil.1 ini(ret, makeup an Faniilv Piiiht 1 .10 " W luniM, TIIK HKPUM.ICAN nnd NKW VOKK WKKKI.V . . " Dodson B 3 00 Torrents J II oO . " TIU HUNK, boil, papeis 0 00 Thomas C . . " Davis J A Gold Crow ns $5 to $7 fi 7.. . . Poicclain Crowns " 4 50 Taylor CO Duke J A 3 to 5 I! 00 Ilcst set ol tetth (110 better made . When rtabjr wua tck, wa -- avo her Castoria. 1 50 Tit'heiKirl) P . . " Dexter MA no matter bow much you pa) . $8 When alia waa a ClilIJ, .he crIM for Caatorla. 2 'J5 . . . " Duke W II 3 no TiylorJ M Gold fillings $1 lip V.lien aha becama MUh, the clung to CutorU. II 00 t 50 . V W A Hauling lumber Edwards Taylor W Silver filling 75c U'heu ahe hail C ilJriT aha favci theia CaitorU. AddrcM! ah in! r In lie :s 00 Piowingon toad . . 300 Taylor WP . Same Extracting, pel tooth 251 Painless extracting with Vitalized " . . 1 so Same 4 50 TtivlorUA . " Air 50c fi 00 . . " Elliott Chas . :t 00 Taylor C 15 Extracting Irce when Artificial 6 00 . . " Same 10 50 & B Coin. Tetth are orJoed. Office pet manent-ll'ichcnor M V W'ritr vottr iiauif and addicss on a postal catd. it to Gio W lies I lif Only 'i.iiiilttp HiMili . . " located Ellis W 301 Tanner Mi.tlbt Poor house 070 tM Room 2. Tribune Hiiildntg, New York Clt. and sample copy nirilk i' Tin: : 50 . . " Same NMJW YOKK WEEKLY ritlHU.S'E will be maili-to ou 2 00 Tlioiuns Joe care ileal child Great St. Louis Cychr.o " . . Same 3 00 7.') 00 Thompson It B pnnppr HV JULIAN Ct'RON Everly Dr J M Medical service 10 50 10 00 Taylor Wash Estel Taylor Contai-iin425 large, beautifully Edwards C f roadbed & fencing 45 00 1000 priuteil Laurii I Mum picts. ttubtneing complete Knight N J Plowing on road . r 50 Ta)lorLuka .'175 Wjsoii .las Plowing on n ad history of the gieatest tornado that ' . . Farmer C M 5 25 Wrlt .'s .1 letter covering thesu thtco joints: . :i 00 ever visited " Amereca. ' " 8 25 Same . . Fiiist. tal(i how lotijjjou havo ic.vn, or used, or sold "Dr. M. A. Sim- Fuq.ua Gil m 2 '2r lLLVSTRATF.il WITH I5oSli:CIALl.An(SR IIIOIH I.1WT .Ml'IIICIIlO. " r 50 Wallace R II Fentress T P 15 GPvOOM .St'.'OM). State discasc3 you hato known it to euro and glvo tho names 01 IIOK.' YOUIl Willi 1 no Ward W G Sizi: I'lioToriRAPiiKD Vmw.i. ' . . Fields Chas I, thoaOI'lllLtl b' It 3 00 BONNER'3 :i ( 0 I5xtra cloth binding, Ji 5o;cxtiahalf Tiiikii Glvo your opinion as to tho dllTcicnro between its strength nnd . " . Finch Lewis 4 50 WellerJasT HOUSE CLEANER. action, and tl stronjlli and action of ibo "l.her Itegulatnr" niado by J. II. Zellin 150 umrrcco, J2 00, P.tther style will be " Ford Dr 15 W post inor ex'm n 3 00 Wright EW iH'n,, nuil tho "lllatlc l)i might" ui.ido by Chattanooga Medicino Cos both of " vi no sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of which ImuMil.l to dcali'i's nt or 7 cents per package, net, and should retail at Fulkerbon V D Pauper 15 00 WhiteleyS V flies, flcns.nti'squitos or lice No not over 10 or Vi ccnls. if coiimuiicis aio not Imposed upon, whllo our Orielual . .1 00 price. Fauglit G W roadbed & fencing 9 50 Walterland D W " Removts danitiufl ditt Ieac kin nt llclo eatiunt bo mid at less than '(i cents per p.ickago, as wo havo too much ro- Vl'.ltV I.IIIDIAL TliRMS TO AOHNTS. Ii (0 Farmer Jas A Plowing on road 7 co Wilson Jniit B Iniiu-H- t gjtd for human llfo to uso cheap diugi In any of our medicines. Tho reason Is soil nnd white. Write for our special discounts and 100 00 for any case ol Mange it ill plain; Zclliu it Co. and tho old propiictorsof "Itlack Draught" wcro both enjoined " . . Flcener Jno 3 75 Wcsterfield C P road bed to 125 00 f (Icccivhnr tho Dublin bv mint! tho winds coustltiitlmr our trado namo : thcro- " Fogle J P . . not cute 2 25 25 00 terms to ngents, free by mail. Agents, Wallace Sam Craig children fore, look out that soiuo dealer (nut knowing you nro posted) don't soil you soma I legant Prospectus, clipby mill, Stops iritatlon, rubbing. Pint for . . " Fogle John cheap p:ukaK" at it inolit of )i()0or-l(-percent., instead of oiirGcmuno "Dr. M. A. 3 00 Wallace .1 T Jo S Miller 20 00 send lor ped berths Simuioiisi Liter Mediilnti," tvlilchjotl 1)0 suro to specify, and tako i.o other, as Greer C II Plowing on roal . 300 Si 00 25 cents, which merely covers the Mane nnd tnil cleaner of the woild 'nMnco (J I) road it fence theio Is nothing clsu lll.o it. cost of postage nd mailing. ' " Oa rrri'hit. of vour letter cncloslnir nlmtnirrnnli. wo will mall volt fico of . . Griffin W F No malting. 3 75 Williams Luiu J'" M lliid"ii 10 packago Liver MihIIiIiiu, or on receipt of letter without photograph, Do not confuse this fine comp'ete Keeps hair fine, toll nnd silky A hair thargo. " . . 2 35 Grant Wm 00 wo will mall von n iii icut package, fico. Pauper coflln grower. and authentic histnty with the Mtiall ' . . TJ Graves 5 25 Seo tho nllnieuts, roused by ludlspodtlnni of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and liri-lfi CO v imsall Chas ro, tiin piuiphlets ol views now being circu- No srrat lies Mud will not st'ek. JJotvels, tvhh h Dr. M. A. Mutinous Liter Medicino has Invariably cured slnco 1840. Hlnes Horace Plowing on road 2 25 Aids in shedding . Sick Hi. idaciie. Palpitation- - op tub IIkaiit. Diiowsiness. Iiuiitauili-'ir- .!l "0 lated nnd sold. Address, IIot.se Groomed in less than hull the 2 50 W lli.tmsi Larkin vioArr Ilines Sam Rep Bridge Uoi.d Ffxt. Km.ai:(u:mi;nt or Livkk & iNinuEsriox. PUBLISH HRS' SUPPLY CO , tune Dullness. Heaviness. Low tnuirs. (ibXCiUL Lassitude. HO Haynes I II Plowing on road 3 00 V111I: Jas B piowingon mad How-kTntEii Kmsliso 7fi & 69 I5niilie lluihling, St 1iiiis, Mo. A tonic; htunles; lemovcs stains boi'it SroMAcn Had Tastk in Mouth. Consth-atl" . . Hlnton T II 4 50 Loss or Stkenqth & Flesh. & Kls Yellow Hilioussess. Skin Kep ban 1mm lading. Foul Hiieath. . . " Ilines W R 4 50 n.viMs AI.I.OWKD Hal' gallon Coate i) 'J'onoit.- .- Pains in Side & undeu Shouldeh IJlades. Eating. Toiipid ENpeme but a trille JWI'AUV TKIIM I heard nl Dr Hell's Pine Tar Hon-e- y clems hor.e I2n times llv its use CiL1mjilhi.no UKMiiiu'rim Kves. Wi.ioiit in Stomach aftkii Hoover C tl Filling hole In road I 00 18!)(i. Korr & Tor sale at the Stoie nl Messrs, how has nut like velvet. Also used LifKii Flesh llKUVOUS Fi.Annv. Acuik & Chuonio Malaiha. Pile comino HarrWon Jas B Plowing on road t 50 WlND MEMOltV CLOUDED & INDISTINCT. HEADACHES. UIMN Awtiy W M Com. on Bridge- 8127 50 Gum, Burnett & Co's, Grantstmrtr, on cattle nnd iloys Por milk cows it s ColicMOUll! Piles, uv Cuiiimi Constipation Piioducino it. Kidnev Diseases. Hoover C C 3 00 meeting mnutconiiuendations e.ntcirfllv valuable in flv time 5 70 III., tind V O Co Mdse.Vc llin FullnlssopDloodinHkwi. Numiinlis or Hands, Aims & Feet. Uelch-in6 00 Auxtin Illckey Kobt t I'e.fus lor Iloniier'slloise Clean-fil- l nelsons of its wonder. vv G s. Uloatino or SroMAcn aiteu Food is Taken. InnEQULAii 15 irnui Amlerson It A Plownu rnnd I I thtuiKlit I would try rt uiftits, Dimness or Vision. Dizziness uroN Suddenly Gettino ei Hem W A 3 00 22 ., " I have been seriously tflected Up. SuriooATiNO Sensations. Dispondenct or Pheonant Women. Nausea AshhyJI bottle Will ship lulf pnlhm on receipt of $i vv A Helm 4 50 -t I i and pains (Mention this papn) Patented IlErotiu ou ArrEH Katiko. VKitTiao. Yellow Jaundici:. Dekiciencv or 25veiiih wiili AlhinJB Pkiupiuation. Femalh Complaints. Had Colds. Hack aches so Common to Hamilton Jno 9 00 TOI.I5 0 SP15.1AI.TY CO , no in ill) side uid b iiikI that were cntts. ' M T Viewer 1'LATULUNCif. Loss or Appetite. Pains & Aches in Joints. MoniEits. 6 00 Ashby Inquest I spent hun Hunt I. V Toledo, Ohio in me n ninei.ible tile 31 i Down tub Hack. Limus Fuel too Heavt. Champ Colic 2H ol dull irs with doctors and for U.se Honiur's Honl Dressing nnd llaru Ciiillv Feulinos 20S 05 Aull A S Jii'lD Krclmii . . Few . Hocker D M D::r & Htitsn. Hilioi's Flveus. Paleness. Weaknms. Tiiinnms. Ssin " 2 ' '.t'ciiies but cvirtlliiiit! Iniled until Fhet-- J Dust 1) m est atiov or Food. Sudden Flushes or Hu at. GENEitALDEiiiLiTr. Hocker & Tabor Pauper. . . 175 AwlryWM Dvspei-sia- . this wi'tiiUrlul lenicdy. It Neuvous Depuession or TlltED 2 00 I iin-i-l " I'LNUJS or Teetiiino Ciiilduen. AM.rdP . Haynes J C Plowing on road . 3 00 " is the world and Mtvtd my life. I Women. UNPLnAstNTl)iiKAMi.SpiTriNrt.up or Food Aiteu Eatino. :i5 00 I It Au A S Marv Kio den . .. Hocker & Co n V Kendall . nv Hemovino the Causi:. Gnawino Sensations in Stomt( cud Dr lU IPs. Pine Tar Honey We ne net ding Mime money now, W M Millie James .., 15 00 ivirylxidy with weak Im gs. It is ach. PUKFINEsS & D.VKK HlNOS UNDEU TUB PALS. THAT IlESrLESS "OUT Or mt i t i,at mliscrlptioi ? Jno S Plowing on rond Ct 00 Alry Johnson Sown," Nor Sick and Not Well Feelino. so Common with J II Ko.snu,, J 8 00 u'leit hicccss. " . . J.imagin N A People. I rlluiLDs up Weak & Diuiluated Motheiis and Fatheiis& Pale and 150 Aull A S Por Diem (.ranliburg III, In) 20 1K05. F.NIEEULEIJ ClIILDItKN, IIV Pr.lHECTLY ItttOl'LATINO TUB ACTION or TUB KIDNEYS, 5 00 " 3 00 BruuerJ It piuper cdlin WityneGiimi. & Pro., James MS I'or sale bv LlVULSrOMACIlAIIOtVCU, SO THAT ALL TOO!) TAKEN IS NATU1IALLY ASSIMILATED. nno Iiul'l'IM nud Kcnlrow Pros , Nar- .. Brailley J W Inquest " 600 King Jesse R 0, F, SIMMONS MEDICINE OO.rropa., ST, LOUIS, MO, , Ky 8 lib int ' Kiligjnsn P 3 00 UnrdeiiWIlItitBCn COURT OF CLAIMS. Iwch J M J N Plowing 01 road ' 300 (1 GovernnrWillliim Lieut. 00 yoih luiiaic. ( treated brtn.ll all orrliie No. I f.ir mi n nr n.llm Si wurl for womin. for Pyniiilnni jilnk No.J.hkln IIUcM. N. 4 fir No.l ' nn.ncl.iririr. f'.larrti. )!'! nf !'rnll.iiiil oewaarr, 00 ence, legal rturiatee elrrn If - GovcruorV. J. Ol'l'ICtAtS O. Dndley. Worth-ingto- What is ilJ II -- l-l- lj I'l ti'i-- n . Illpans Tabules. ..,(11 i.imnuif : inrn nniinea. Hlpnnn Taliulos at ilritRElstB. Illpani Tabulrfl ciiroillzrlness. HIp.uiM Tabules euro heailadio. HIpatiB Tabules euro llatulencn. , u.ti i .mill iv tl til U.inits TabillPB nsolat iltiraRtlorii ' KI).T.I8 Tnbules cure bail breath, Itipnin Tobiilca euro lillloiisneRs. T'lillh'S one gives rellor, Ilipius Tabules cnrelmllgestlou. Hlptiis Tabules euro tnrplil liver. Itlliann Tabules gentlo cathartic, lllpann Tabules ruiecnnstlpatlnii. Hlpans Tabules for sour stomach, IllnatiH Tabules iilmnnnt Inxntlvn. Ulimlis Tabules cure liver troubles il.nl 1 55 1 .... . , .... .... ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... TABLER'SOIl I? BUCKEYE! It ly mU OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT. A iironts PILES.? , 1 innuun fnr IB vnnrnnstho BEST REMEDY for PILES. Uja HV SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE y, KsMjfsiinNKNAafc 'O 0 N010IIHtVA 39IJJO ill. ttttlTI2fllMT. ' y Castoria. Awwn dt0 4 J t Xjo oon, (MUiunu irtisioj I iu.'-Iji- itcpatt-incu- .1 M 41m Sjut.rj turnout moji 9tip iau ft ( ju)rd i i "pjjit MIOU i ftJJ i u jn O iritij.id )f HUPI PU l9fi)Ul POJC 01utKl Ji3 lUlttVJD ltlMJil ttlL .. x jf tj Jvl jr I w J 'iijjpny dii suji g n 4i ut atnri pu .".. lllUJIalHj joi f QT1U3I am aaAt 'tfuiuiv 1 o. cil ?Mfqi trrni oimi li nfc.iiiwiiiii""-iww- vt ' tlnlllill Vau'va UfJJHpf J DJ1 3JJ Jivyjoow joi wi)nruo3H)aiiniiu, rju.T'io,lK"Pt,x r ijp3 im u r" y I 1 .... .... (!.. 1 "2 ... ....2 zsransssszsAzz&TjmK&Mzzuttmmn W , SHS r p tiiT M T ti- - ' I SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY iWA . IF 1 .... .... .... .... .... iiciij. . voo h a 3Z3iT.tii:M . iSfKy; tti 11 1 1) ' titLW. A&kiZ sS3t--s- ss 1 LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS; TASTELESS LiRg pra H '5 1 1 .... I Staff ,KS Bsra usso h u ZXM wm 1 H ' .' WARRANTED. PRICfcOOct3. ATIA,lllJ.,.SOT It'slS'jJ. m IiuU.llo, yoar. ft kiM hiMiln ct ( llll.l, IO.NIO kiJ hit niUUbrt TA"11 Wntfrnt. In alluvrrs Uiutrht lhrt f U )cftri. In tho ilrutf tmliKvi bT (vrtrtK1! uHi uniT0raIAtu-AtUw- u naTttrtuM itiHnirW ttiati:i.T ISJUSTA3COOD FOR ADULTS. (1AI . 1 '.'.", 1 rrUMllrlD0oa o l.rntlomen u ywuf 1 luuic ourtrutr, 1 I;or !n!e by Willtnnis Ea fi& AllNK. .CilJl A CO. S: licit -- 1 1 - r J LskVO (rviniMni.u Itflnrthtilfltin JO ii.i.r.i ... Nllftlirtltlll'.Krllltlni pnttMi UTILE onnM.liU.ilT r.r ltt aillmwi, Hllii lUinp, uu. x.n.i.f. ril) CMVnPD In UK. oil I LLll.vrriii.r..4..,tnilirn, nil. lull t'fiwr! heltti ami lmvtiitnooi mtlctl i. witl Mrkir u. ii ltnliTo il IIi tuUhti curtxL PATIEHTS TREATED DY MAIL ?' : .. I r . t. nr.iiiri.j ..... itili.ttca bit f 1 PBE1ETopgIIT8SMS 1. RI.PAN.S : vmzms TABULES nCGULATC THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS r bf t Mr J I. AND PURIFY cine Luwn for .... .... .... .... . 1 .... Bi 1 imt wm i'lnlr.iii-ilHjciipii"iis idi-a- THE BLOOB. k . ... 11 . rdf ri f lha frMatk 1.1 vt r aa4 Itawalt, l'jjaitii Ttrtil r tit In nothlntf Injnrlnui to tha moit jllrata cniDBlltutlun. A it i latuani to rvlUf Ukr.aiir.rffiTlual.a tl Ll'lmntBiJUte oiMcnxl I lie M rrnu cr mii Hr I I'iroufh nrn.ttIruKiUt,cr trmill. bmil M.l memtt Aillni lllrntrj IlllUaaf llrJaliftt eiitlpllB, tjiwpt.ihral IJirrl rnuttlr, lHidurts ltl('MlrUf OfTcntltrt 4U antl lnltsc-ltou- IIII'NH Tlll Mh llrratb all THE 1) tniCCC STII KLT, XEW 1 IlltK CI1 Y. HlfSHa CHEMICAL CO., . J nt, 1 1 F ... OWENSBORO, KY. ?mjK ri S THE QUICKEST 1 $1.25 ONE iz- YFAR --va-3nL.c LINE e iLVISTHUJII HKITIUJCAN. d d L0013YlUEjHEHPHlg Direct ConnKtlona Por CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. Direct ConnKtlona for all I'olnti In (Mississippi, -- &ZZ pEQSlsSnSff1 6SSi3E $1.00 .'; FOE IQDa PH0T0&BAPH. Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arkansas, Mexico, PAST TIME LIAUTGD TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERf '. ""sw ' At. Write for lnfutinallon to Ihe neared agent ut the Cheaapeake, Ohio & Southw.itern It, R, JOHN ECHOLS, ... ... S.O. HATCH, C.cn'l 1'oni. KY. 1) Ocn'l Maugr, LOUISVILLE. J. R.TlRTLE 1 11 1 ... Sleep-i.essm:ss- d m DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kladt Prices Ktsst of Dental Operations. Office over Williams 4c reasonable. Hell's Drug Store. Vitalized nir or laughing nir administered (or paiulesi jutractWa 0; - t o diflt-ren- I A-- k j 1 tcollr )- a. . m . '.d 111 1 .in Oveu-woiike- d I 1 ChlldyenCryfor itchor's Ccstorla, Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and LaGrlppe when Laxativv Hnouo Quinini? will cure you In one day. Does not produce the ringing In the head like Sulphate of Quinine, Put up in tablets convenient for taking. Guaranteed to cure, or money refunded. Price, as Cents. I'or sale by Williams & Hell, Hartford; K. V. Williams.Deaver Dam; A. S. Aull, Sulphur Springs; Drown & Chapman, Centertown; R. X!. He Co., Rockport. tJt. u 3.4. , -- f'Wjfevl "ii