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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896072401 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 Wrile to T. B. Quinckv Drawer ISA, Cliiiagn, Heel Inty of Ilia HrA AceiiiKNt CovrANY, far Inlormalkm rtitatdlntf Accldtnt Insurance. Mention, tills paper. Ily eo doliiK you can tate llai paid over lOO.WUUO tot TIE VOL. HABTDKD REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH djrptptli', ASK llie rcvtrtil lillleut ol n"fTcrcr, vlctlln ircr niHi nRiif, me rmrcurlnt dlicnaed rnilcnl. Imw II cr le covei Lil licnltli, cnttn (ul at Irltav nml KiQ VEtH&ffiJj for arreoioiiinvwiuiell uv llfiNj LlW.H AlOK TOU noi ihkiiikItLOU-- I memberalilp fee. C0NGRE5SIQM DISTRICT, emldtntil injuries. Be your own Agent. MO MBU1CAI, ItXAMINATlON lUiQUlRim Vlll. UAKTJFOllD, KYM FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1896. roue to Henderson City to make their futute h line. Miss Finncls Tichenor, ofOwens-bor- o, is visiting her brother, Waiien Tichenor, of this place. Hit Jnnir.s, ol Cromwell, iprnt pait of last week with telatives hire, Mis. I'annic Davis has none to visit her daughter. Mrs RJrV Ctdduell, of iMcIIenry. ' NO. 52. Latest U.S. Gov't Report Tha Cheaptit, Purtit and lint I'amlly Medicine In tlie World. I TIYHl'ISPSIA, e OBSTIPATION', taim. dice, Ili!louolloclc.,SItKlll:AlAclli;, Colic, o( bplrlla, SOUlt MIOMACII, DepreMlon llcnrtburn, etc ThU unrivalled ttnicil la warranted not to cotilnln n aliiRlo panicle o( JItKCLHV, or any mineral aubtlanee, but la centalnlnK thots Snutlicrn Hoota and llcrba which an alt.wUe 1'rnvldcnco ha ilaccil In countries where I.lvcr Dlaeates moia prcrnil. It will cure all Disease caused by Urranse tnent ol the I Iver and llowelt. The HY.MP'IOMN o( Uver e'nmplalnt ale a bitter or bad tiutu In the ninulht I'nln In the iiacKmcsor joiiuAniien misiaaen lor loien (it Appctllej mallini) Jour Stomachl llowela alternately tostlve nnd laxf Headache: Los of Memory, with n pnlnful tcnaation of having failed to dn Nnmctlilng which ought to liavo been doner Debility! Low 5plrlts, n llikk yellow appearance of the hkiu nnd H) , a dry e.oufii onen misiaKcn lor e.onsunipiion. Sometimes many of these aytnptoina attend the dltcate, at otlie-r- very fewi but the I.IVFK la generally the Beat of tlio disease, and If not Kegulatcd In time, creat luncrliiK, wretched Deis and UliATM will enaue ThefollowlnKJilfrhlyeatecmedperienaatUat 10 me viriuea rj nimmona i.iver KCKUiniori Oen. W. S. Iloltfl'rea. Oa. S W. R. It Lo fltev. I. K. r.lder, Kerry, On Col. I). K Kpnrka, Albany, (la I L Mnslcrson, l:n .hherlfl lllbliCo., Or Ihw. Alexander II. hlepliens. "We have tested Ita Urtuci, peraonnlly, nnd nnu Know mai lor iiyipepsiu, iiiiioimneas Thrnbblni; llcudatlio it Is the bext'mcdlilnc the world ecr saw. Wc tried forty other ritnvdlca before Simmons I. Iver Regulator, but nonoKave ui more than temporary relief! but the Ucru-lAtnot only lellevcd, but eured us." Co. PUItKLY VHGHTAIH.I2, Highest of all in Leavening Power. JToY piearly- - lESILZF1 DELKER XXJSJWJEJi CO ?& (022TrrTJ",irl j. lfEUtirfll D DEIDEIL-D- -- I1 f SOBrta' II 333.:0. EJ ' KtfM M Ivif Si Powder pure 4BSOLl)TEE.Y aiul tlio Arnmongiiirm Inillii, Kin-xlSOME SAKE DfcTS. gentine Itepubllc. Wlilcli Might Ilo'jiuITi" wltli I'rco Sitter (). Has there Uvii an Inereuno In the AdttKUtre. ,, United StnU-- HMf ? A. An enormous Killer Is now worth about 0'J eculftnn increase. ounce. Tho hIIut bullion In 11 dollar (). How larfre? A. In 1875 them Is worth ubout H evnls. I'ris' sllxur wore 2(1,381,312 acres of wheat cultl-tati- il ('oliui(,u would ruin- - the price of Mlvcr In UiIh country; In 1801 there to ISO ivntH an 011 rice, 11 ml thuKlherln weic M,0HI,8'J7, an Inerwiso of SO per nn American dollar would bu worthono cirrt. The yield of 1875 was 292,130.-Mwithdollar In fold bnshelB, n, bony Increase. oerpre-r-illii- g out a Roternmciit Btninp on It." In 1RU1 the jlcld vis ycrirR. It. V. Bland, In N, Y. 011,780,000. Ken Inst jcar, with a ls I Kobe it James is at home altera stay ol several mouths iu South Car-toll- ti f 11. . I 0 IfrvjjyX w 3 f OH. . fir-- :' - - MiT c ekaUfk -' I - f I f CO ' lOO Per Cent, -- tlx Handsomest WHITE FOR CATJHJ.OG VE.- - If C313f i Sold by authorized deal crs or direct from . ONI IIANUI IIY visi'luj; 'tletids lure J. II. ZLILIN & CO., l'lilludelplilo, Pa. Mr. Will Buyd and fainily, of WalPROFESSIONAL CARD. ocrcen ton Creek neighborhood, spent Saturday and Sun lay with lie f tiuily of Jlia.N. eilcnll, J.N. It. Weililliig Dennis Mtrs. i m World of .Inly 1, 1800. GLENN & WEDDING, gtcutly rexlucol ncrcufic and a partial Suppise weorinizi a Repildican If J 011 lime a neighbor who thinks crop failure, the yield was 467,100,000 club it v.vute:tjwn. What siy you? Illiind Is a grtut KtatcAtiniu, nud wlio Is bushels. willing to baek his opinion with money, Q. IIils tlio yield of other eroH InMcK HARTFORD. KY. and who would lime anything to lo.se creased correnjiondltiBly? A. It has. (Office, over AndrrKon'e Kauar.) point,' throii(jh the free coinage after Q. OIc liiHtaneofl. A. Tho cultiWill practice their profession in al. cyclone, hcie are Homo of tho lorfectly vated niva of corn in the United Stntcs the courts of Ohio and adjoining counnufe bcU j on ran nintie ltlm: III lb71 wos 34,001,137 acres; in 1801 I'lrst 1'luit frou ttilinifje would not It wo 70,201,513; Inciiwx', 124 per cent. ties, and court of Appeals. Special subscript- lu one ear raise the pileo of sller to The yield of corn hint jear was more attention given collections. Also one dollar per ounce. (You enu let on than doublo Oiat of any 3 oar prior to Notary Public for Ohio county. ion is any iiuniW of jeara, but would lme 1&73. Both the acreage and thcnicrnga U wnlt longer leforo the bet could annual yield of oat liue doubhd nlnce iTames in b nettled.) 1871. Our cotton crop In 1894 wan 30 Second That the price of slherwlll per cent, greater than lu any ) ear prior T AW tlmn one year once. subscrip- lw lower 0110 year afterfreecolnagonct. to 1887. uofore tlie Hunageof a Q. Wnn a decline in (Train and cotton ' Tiditl -- TlNit the price of slher will is lIAItTFOItll. KY. pilecH under such conditions InevttaJ iu tlwiu SO eonts tier ounce when n itable? A. Ar lneltnl)lu an udeelln"ln Will practice his profession in Ohio act liaa Uwn In effect six the price of clothing or furniture or and adjoining iflH jil)tiB 1,(500 counties, and court ol or one year. comiw-tltlo- n Appeals. Special attention given t" Bretj H- i- 'Mint at no time u Ithlri one books or atccl rnlls or pins when extendlu their inunufacturo has Office east side of puHii a collections. lltur; fr eolnnpe nt sixteen toouo ed enormously. square. itu n In t.- will tho Amerleiinsll- Q. Would fn-- colnagu help the proL lar b Wttrth us much bh75 per ducers of grain io n largo profit under M. L. IIkavrin. Siirany Taylor. Sam Cisney, jusl over the rivtr in McLean count) lost' bis house and contents by fire list Wednesday. Mrs fesruli Clark', tfSt. I.otiis, is TLLtOHAIll ANIi MLd3LNOI.li.Maion.Oa. Y ACrUKLI) LAWYERS, Notice! If your not paid, please send tion tlie money at One not much, but j. Smith., iJTTBRIY subscriptions amount to great dual. We - DOM CO.. MANUFACTURES, Heradersen,H.y now n Iliiii! Miip 'lilNrri emu: v irnsi i.k whh.k THELOCJAL NEWSPAPER. An Important Factor in tho Progross of Smaller Cltlos I The tobacco halm grows on u limn milil liis nervniM system is 'erioiiely sllectcd, iinpHriug licultli. comt- rt ami happiness. To quit Hiddcnly is too iid Inline-c- o severe n shock to to nil inveterate lift--r becomes rt siiimihiiil that liU B)tli'iu coiiiiiiiial y it a ciculilio itawfl. "Hawr-Curin all its cure lor thctncaccoliubit, lot mt, carclully eomp utmli il tifu r iliu loriiiul't ofrtii eminent HtIiii pliysi-ciitiit ill his private wlio has d practice tiiicu 187-- '. without it tuiliiru ii i puroly Vegetable: a id guaranteed perieetly hurmhess. You can lite all tlie tobacco you want whi u Inking "Hacn Cnro " It will ii'itify you We give n written when lo stop guarantee to ciiio permanently any easr with tlinu bo.os, or icluiul (ho in oiny with 10 pur ecu I, interest. thei-yMrno" if ir. and Towns. " ion (!uri' Hiiola vuhj(ilu(c, but eures with n jcienliliii euro, (hut ou( dm aii I ot will p iwer ami uilli no It lo.tve the e)tiin in.Miiveiiioneo. ui pure mill tree frmii u cntinc nstho il iv y hi took vnurtir.n hew orsmuko ntul yniued Cured Hy lticn-Cur- o Thirty ihuui ds. Fr.im lii.inlreila uf lejliiiiiniinlK, (ho oriuuiaUot which are on file and open loinapcehmi, tho loll owing id ptCacnH cd. (;iav(oii,NcvailCo.,Ark.,Jan, 28,1)3. Ml',, Co., Lti Kureka (Jlieinienl Cruise, AViii. Oonilciiioti: For lorty eal I uaed tobacco in all its tonus. For twentylive jeiirn nt that time I wui a gteat mll'erer from general anlt'heart illscnc. For filteen )fam I tried totpnt, but couldn't. I othcra tixik vriou rcmedieit, aiinin fmlinn Tobacco "NilTo.Iluc." Antidote.' Dimblo ChloridcoKiuld." etc , etc.hut iinuo of them did me the leant bit ot roiiiI. Finally, u)vover, 1 imiclmsf d tt box ol your "lbico-(,'urami illuis entirely cured mo of the habit in all its formr, and I luivo iucrcaml thirty pounds in weight and nm relieved troni all the. iiuuieroiiri aches mid priiiaul body and iniuil. I could writo a ijuireol paper upon my changed fcelingi and conditions. Youra respectfully, 1. II. MAiuumv. PaMnr C. P. llliurch, Clayton, Ark. tio'd by all druf.'i'ist nt 81.00 per ), box; Hire boxes, (thiity days' d written $2 1)0 with luaraiiteo. or sent direct upon riceipt of price Writo for booklot and prtMifs, Kureka Chemical it Mfj;, Co., Lu Cronse, Wis., anil Iloetoii, Maes. t o" Ircnt-iiient- iron-cla- o. r BT IN QUANTITY. BC8TIN QUALITV. R wu WHITE'S CRE8M FOR YCAnS I s s lilecliic Ililtei Is a medicine pulled for any feea.son, but ptrlmps moregen-erallEVERY BOTTLE ne tied, when the Innjjtild OL BV ALT, TKUUOIl4T. hr feeling prevails, when the Ktiii ntfuiriMiil rrir4 rn..' MT. fAlia -m. "w -IjSjrsBSKSBSHSiBVJd liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of it tonic and alterative is fell, ITmortcan Stoam LaundrW A piompl use of this medicine has often a veiled long and pethaps fatal FltlNCETON, KY,, bilious fevers. No medicine will Does. t)is fiuct work of ntiy act more surely in counteracting and laundry ip Kentucky. Tho freeing the system from the malarial (Innds work is all guaranteed. poison. Headache, Indigestion, Conare not torn up, but arc return' stipation, Dizllie.vs yield to Ivlectlic cd iipgood condition. and Hitlers. Laundry Sbippod on Mon- Williams 50c,Bell's $ i oo per bottle at eS: Ding Store, Has led nil WORM Romodlea. GUARANTEED. y verwisfuce: 20 " r; The iui)ortanco ol supporting the I lucal ni;vhpiitr is nut tu.t as keenly as it should I).-- by tlie dwellers iu tin: and Sunday. Mr W. C I.e.clinml ifi- - visited fin.ill cities and towns. The uewspi-c- r u.ility as iuipottant a factor Mr. S. I. St Clair and wile Inst SaU is in in local piospenty as n, church. Its onlay and Sunday There was a giund Inrbrcue here in'luence is bionjjht to beat for the beuelit ol its locality in many ways on the nth and every tiunj wrnt ofl nicely as could be experttri, m that the chuicll does not coiupibs. The intciLciice and relative posi music was furnished 011 that day by lion ol one I.) aii as coiupircd with Mr Mark and Henry Biiz, Mrs. Mollie UrnfT, of Horn- - I'ronch, oilieis H lo be accurately guagid by the ipiallty ol Us newspapers uud the is visiting her son, iu Im'iiua, this amout on.uiilidLin.eUiey lnsjuie. The week. iiewspaptrn ul a town usually pieseut I Miss Annie Mers, (if near Rosinc, good evmcr.ee ul the inuial siaiidaiU is visiting Miss Hllic Orafl, uf near which governs it; lor that newspaper Hoise Pianch, this week, which gives Its constituency demands i Miss Martha Morns was the guest is ol tlie only kind Winch lias stibilt- - ol Miss Rffie GrnflTTuesday. Mr. Ancel Allen aid wife visited ty- Mrs KHz Morris last Sunday. A to n which can show a well supMis. Melvina Si Clair visited her ported newspaper, means n lo.vn sister Mrs. Cova Wilson last Thurr-di- y. wuose inhabitants aie quick-wuttpeople, ot keen, active interest iu what Bro Bolton filled his regular apconcerns them and their neighbors, while one in wh cliu newspaper diags pointment at Sugar Grove lai-- t Sunout weanl gciierallyur)ues ilsell the day week Bio. Hinton gave us an interesting abode ol the jcople with sluggish livers or torjnd ifiiiperaiututs, to talk last Sunday nfier Sunday School ac'j. mined. whoiuis piesetiled little interest be Ki.x. youd the limited rauge of experience liuincdiaUly bounded by their own Miirtrluii-- t It- - ill-.- . senses. I'rom n letter wiitten by Hev J The excuse which is sometimes Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich , we that the local paper is nut of are permitted to make this extract: inluea lo K.iiraot the expen- "I have no hesitation in rt commendditure ul the small price ol its ing Or. King's New Discovery, iim tie should avail these fhott-eje- results were almost marvelour in the Such people case of my wife uioies nolhiiig. While I wus pastor sliouiil be tjld to patronize home inof the Hiptist Church at Kives June-tlo- a dustry and lostir its growth into a she was brought down with more piotculious ulTiir by their Pneumonia succeeding l.a Grippe. Newspaper men are Terrible paroxysms of coughing not sluw to respond to encourage, would last hours with little interrupineiit; in yy cases out of loo their tion and it seemed as if she could not hearts ate in tlitir work and they survive them. A friend recommendneed but the sign ol a disposition ed Dr. King's New Discovery; it was it to call forth their best elfjrts. quick iu its wcrk and highly satisThe newj.p iper's status in a town factory in results." Trial bottles free is an indix to most ol those qinlities nt Williams & Pell's Drug Store. by which one judges sf its desirabiliRegular size 50c, and $1,00. ty us a place ol residence and its comThadions W. 1'attie, formerly of mercial ptospirity. It is the positive duty ot tvery man Shrcvc Ohio county, but now living to help make his town known, increase iu Indiana, is hopelessly insane. The its piestige and add to its reputation cause ol his insanity is a disease.soft-enln- g ol the brain. He- - is still nt his ol being .1 live, place, by home, but it is feared that he may subscribing to the locil newspiper, dangeiour. The family have Newspaper Maker. I 1 d u, d wide-awak- commenced at Ibis phre the 2 I Siin-- 1 day in Augu.--t and it wi i be conducted by liro Hilito'i and Bio. Kelly. Health iu this ci mmuiiity N verj good Mrs. Klin Mi rns is her son-i- u law this wcik. Miss Maggie Atnoid was the gueM of Miss Martha .Monis last Saturday ifK n eaiiiiui. ureeien oeis iriwooiiH. have prayer meeting every IbSfwleB ot Hlhrr Imletermlmsl inalii- Saturday uuht nnd Sunday School '3s5or'tiH! oet of production. All tho Wur fliu world cyin iwtcnn - lirmlupf-f-l evety Sunday evening. aW'ltMu timn 75 and probably Icsh than The Church o: Jesus Christ of .at weitji xjr ounce. Xo legislation can tcrdi.y SmiiIs have been holding a ,rrt,'exctt for a short time, the prien meeting in a lnrbor made ol bushes erJ'llvor. It la to Iks hopexl that we will near Rickel's bchoolhouse. ntror l forced to make tJiU foolish Jfrs. Talttui is still confined to her Up eolnaire experiment, but If we do rfy Aliould, If we enn llnd takers, recoup bed. I nemo of our certain losses by Iwttlnp; on Mr. J. L. Porter was the guest ol IVe ine liable. Tom Stevens last week. FREE COINAGE PLAINLY STATED. Two of the oldest people in this 1 Would Itetlre Hold amil Taper Money neighboihood will be baptized next from elrculutloa. IU Ib important to remember that fire Sunday. Ktders Richardson nnd Ipson arc coinage means the right of oery owner uf Bullion to present the some to the in our community this week. B m wits of the United BtuteB and haso it Vm- iitri'iici.. iSP I2B1A. tlie aIuof the American ld such conditions? A. Not lu the least, Q. Why not? A. Because If the nominal price of grain were to rise through Inflation of tlie currency the prlc ot c cry thing else would rise akso, nnd the fanner would bo relutludy no better off than lie wns before. Jf. Y. livening Post. KttorneysQtLaw HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Your subscription is now due aud we need money. All who have not paid will please send in the amount due. It is but a small amount to an Attorney at Law. Beavl-rDam- Peny Westerfield, , Ky. individual, and these times the ag Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all gregate amount due will help the publisher along. Don't omit to send the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. it up. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. .i ia Attorney at Law, It. R. WEDDING Notice: f your if Pitchers Castorla, A Children Ory Tor ceitaiu business (?) man wanted 500 note heads printed and wrote to three diflereut towns to get prices 'Some nttu tire so stingy that they would walk uver hell on rotten rails to s ive two cor.ts m Louis Landram. ..- irel Ilrw-lu-- r Nlnwe'a Last I.rller. The last thing written by Mrs. Harriet Becclur Stowc.onlyalewdavs before her dinth, was a loving nc knowledgment to the public for find remembrances and tokeis and expressions of affectionate, esteem, on her 85th birthday, which she sent to The Ladi b Home Jourinl In the next isii e I this magazine it will be 11 - published in lac simile. It reflects the beautiful n.uute ol the gifted authoress, and by her death has become her last message to the American public. 81(10 ItiMinril 81(111. wltb.iut charge Into money. U'imIot the free coinage, of sllter, the owner of 317 grains of pure slher would be permitted to turn It ocr to the United States mint and hao It there-to- r ooiucd wlthoutcliargeoriecele one siher dollar. More than this, under free and unlimited coinage, this 'might Ik! extended to the whole world, swd'the umouutof Blher tolnage would beliuilted only by the caiueity of'oiir mints nnd the output of tho slher mines. If I hate made myself understood as to the meaning of free coinage and "llie ratio," we are now prepured to discuss undcsstiindlngly the feuHlbllity of opening Hie mlnU of the United States to the free imd unlimited coinage of slher by this country ulone ut the totio of 10 to 1. r elf, after the mont mature deI'or liberation, I hae bee-- unuble to reach any otlicjyoiielusloii than that such a step woSE be attended with the most serious consequences lo the country and Imohu ull our people In a common (Nilneel a 111 n r. subscription is not paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 TO. mwtini ILL practice IMC. H. BAR WES lawj Hartford. Ky. subscriptions amount C. to a great deal. his profeseion in all the COUrtS (iK)lllO mill mlinininn counties anu uotirtot Appeals, special atteutiou given to collections. Office next door below Coalmen cial Hotel. w I The readers of this piper will be pleased to leirn tint there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all itsstaes, and that is Citnrrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only posilve cure known to llie medical fraternity, Catnrrh being a constitutional disease, requires a con- In Did first place, tho free und unlimited Cotnuge ot slher at 10 to 1 would, iu my ludgruent, expvl from our circulation not only our entlru volume of gold, but etery dollar of puier money redeemable in gold, and cuuso n con true tlon ot the currency and a resultant jmnlo the like ot which has not been seen lu this generation. Senator J. C. Burrow a, A stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, nctingdirect ly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the. lou Dilation ol the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The prop-- , rietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars fur any vase that,it fids 10 cure. Send tor list of testiAddress, monials. I'. J.CHI.NUY &CO , Toledc.O Sold by Diugglsts, 75c. Hall's family Pills are the. best. SiMt. Tit .siHkoe.ifxl A coi respondent in the Ietsey Bulletin lays down' eight rules lor mnk-I- ng of A I butter. They are: 1. Good Jerrey cows, to secure lich, cream, iealthy milk. It possible, fecal cows on rich old pastilles, tiee from weeds, preferable uplands. 2. Milk the cows in a clean, well ventilated stable, free from all atmospheric taiuts. 3. Setting the milk to cream and the cream to ripen In a clean room that may be kept at a low rtnd even temperature. 4. Scrupulous cleanliless and regular temperature in the churning. 5 Stopping the chtitn when the butter comes the sk ol wheat grains nnd freeing it of butteriullk while in this stge; t iking care not to break the grain Jn'worklng 6. While in the regular stage, incorporate the salt evenly and thoroughly. neit, clean, sweet, at 7. Put In tractive pi'knge, 8 c'einlluess Irom the cow p 't'ue to the butter box tcd limirr. l.lrclrlc llllirri.. the sympathy ol their Itiends and former neighbors. Clarence Caskbirii llAItTKOIII), day, roturnod on Friday. KY. Agt. cured by Hi HoaJitrh'itnt Xeuratula Vif UootLiy I atiu curod Dr. H.l.w fair, rills. Hill yye on HhiHi(rM. Bill Nye spoke his witicisms laden with the greatest truth. Among the most noticeble, most Njelsh nnd is the following: A mart may use a wait on the back clhis neck for a collar button; rldcon the buck coach ol a train to save li'terestouhis money until the conductor comes around; stop bis watch at nlpht to save the wear and tear, leave his "l" nnd "t" without n dot or cross to save ink; pastuie his mother's grave to save com, but a man ot this kind is 11 gentleman and a scholar compared to a fellow who will take a newspaper, MAI.Mtr UIIOYK. Mr IWitor I ltd like I want to and when asked to pay for it puts it wiiluafew Hilts this evcuing from into the post ofl'ice and lies it marked "lefiuecl." our little towi. There is a nice Sun. day School going on at this place niNr riiA.N.ivr There will be a protracted Hireling V cle J II I'tttersoii an I wile h it iua ft ..' HV.JJ.Al.aIA tOa-ici'- cured by Dr Ml.' PAW ' AtaljcruKKUU uliui ..-- ': Mllo' rnlnl'111. Only Sec Oa. Side. allverttc ncwspaiicr sayac "A bushel of potutocti, n douen of eggs and a pound of butter can be bought in many portions of the western reserve of Ohio at tlie nrescnt time for 29 cents." And this fuet Ui stated an a reason for fnw slher. Would the fanner bo any lHssroir If he kold IiIb 21) cents' woith oee ud eggs and butter for 38 of omk ljcoii worth 50 cents on the dollar itad Itatl to pay two dollars lu sliver Rat fw evary dollar's worth of talue VJyit. k pureliased at (he stores and in tke aaarkelsV Chicago Chronicle. Look to Your ftepreaentatUe. "Tlie fact that the friends of sound Mey lu the democruttu party delayed m long tho tight against tho slher niatruewi that now seems to dominate tls party orgimlatlon should spur tkou to renewed efforts lo preterit tho election of a house ot representatives eaiMinltted to the free coinage of slher," tkt Wilmington (Del.) lhcry Kienlng (dem.) in is. "If this Is done, the danger will lo averted, no matter what sort of, a wild financial theorist inoy bo Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Marshfield, Mo., ehiooen president." writes: "I'or six years I have been a sufferer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neok, and all efforts FAnM PRODUCTS. of physicians lu Washington, D. C I'aleea liavo Fallen llecnuee of Increased Springfield, III., and St. Louis failed to Production All Over llio World. After six reduce the enlargement. Q. Is It true that the price ot wheat months' constant treatment here, my and many other farm products haa full-i- ti physician urged me to submit to a removal of the gland. At this critical heavily? A. It is. a friend recommended S.S.S., (j. How uiv Hiich declines, lu wheat, prejutov' Instance1, to bo explained? A. Ily and laying aside a medicines, 1 beagaiust tha enormously rapid Incrcn.so In grain dice its use. all patent had used one botBefore I gan groU)g urea throughout the world. tle the enlargement began to disappear, (7. Has tills lucrviUH bevu especially and now it is entirely goue, though lam rald since 1872? A. The lucrcuso In not through with my second bottle yet. gram growing area In this period, Hadlouly used your S.S.S. long ago, In North America, South AmerI would have escaped years of misery and saved over $150." ica and Aslo, has run er been approached This experience is like that of all who In any equal period In tho history of the d blood troubles. suffer with world. The doctors cau do no good, and even (J. How do wo Judge of tictual compeknife prove either Ihelr resorts tition In tho sale ot wheat? A. By fruitless or lo the S.S.S. Is the only fatal. tha supplied throw u annually on tlio real blood remedy; It gets at the root ol world's greet distributing market. the disease and forces it out perma(). What market lu put tlculsr? A. nently. FiifiJund, where uuistof tlio buying S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable) go to purchase their grain. Q. What are th figure? A. As recently as lbSO (Itrat llrllaJn Imported, is a blood remedy forreal blood troubles: for curiMiinptian uud reexport, 35,201,-02- 1 it cures the most obstinate cases of hundredweight of wlieat a lurgu C..s.r..in irrTtin fntiri-r- . lllieiiitiatlam. I ne blood remeitu set over tho preceding annual aver- etc., which other age. In 1805 It Imported 81,749,033 dies fail to touch. S.S.S. gets at the hundredweight. root of the disease and forces it out Valuable books will (). What has mudo possible this be scut free InrreoKo In wheat production? A. The exceedingly rupld de- to any address Swift velopment ot transportation facilities by the Co., AtSpecific in newlv eiiltJuited irraln. couulr.jen; lanta, la. '( We saw a man pass through town Will practice- Ins profession in all th recently who had a jug swinging to courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties his neck and his body bent sidewise Curelul atteulion will be given to a at an angle of about 75 degrees. He business entrusted to his care. Col beat his horse and we looked every lections a specialty. Office over Ohio minute to see him dashed to pieces County Bunk. Also Notary Public. on the rocks. We did not know him DS3. but we felt sorry for him We knew TNTE3A.IL,, (Coimly Attorney) that some one knew him, that he was somebody's loved one, but iu an evil hour he had thrown oil' his manhood HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profeseion in the and indulged in drink until he was almost insensible. Boys, let such as Courts of Ohio and adjoiuiug conn-tic- s. Special attention given to colthis be a warning to you Don't begin it It will draw from you the lections. Office iu Courthouse. sap ol virtuous knowlJNO. B. WILSON, edge and cause you to forsake your home, forsake your friends, your reHARTFORD, KY. ligion, and at last plunge into the debtructive vortex of atheistical de- SPECIAL attention given to col makiug abstracts, Ac, bauchery. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office- North fide of public square. The disastrous effect of a low or flocks and Free Trade TatifTupon the R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, herds ol the United States is effectively set forth by a speech ot Senator Francis IC Warren of Wyoming, beHaktfoiid, Ky. fore the Senate, This speecit has Will practice his profession in all the been issued as defender Document No. Courts of Ohio and adjoiuiug counties 25 by the American 1'iotective Tariff Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T.J. Smith League, & Co., Market Hlreet. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. BN !E. Attorney at JC&w, Attorney at Law Attorney at law Beware aOr.. J--i. umaer First st. SPECIALTY: 01 the Knife. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, UVANSVILL15, IND. Office 4 16 Upp. Attorney at Law, IliiK'ri'oiiD, Ky., Will practice lib profession iu Ohio ami adjoining counties. Special attention given to ull business entrusted Ofiico iu Rki'Uiilicax lo his cure. J. B. VIOKERS, trio-ure- deep-roote- d building. Aitorneyatlaw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts ol Ohio Special at aud adjoining counties. Office tentiou given lo collections. with County Attorney. Who cui tfelak of toia tlmpl An thill to DAUBll you ProUct your idtvu! mj trliur KaUntwMlib. CO Attor. Writ JOHN W!&1)EU1jUUN nej. Wfublnguu, U. U fur their l.auu iriM oJXor u4 lUt vt ;no hundred luTeutlou wuM. ARMISTEAD JONES, deep-seate- Wanted-- Idea A Real Blood Remedy ibr I sss The theory in the treatment ol coughs, lung aud bronchial aflections has been advanced by the manufactures ol Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is a All deal, tf illy a wonderful remedy. ers tell it nn n positive Guarantee, For hale by 7. Wayne GriQlu & Bro , il ti t: er 1 ant' Ken f row Bros., h, Ky 1 Nnr-iow- .Ls-ttum- r I, main. 'tBaarf --- - - ' k l M. JLt.iNfii8 DaiiuiciiiUam ul.uii'iMiiu Jnr another ilekul Tiwi nv llw Cliic.ipi lirknt otnnot lii pudicd down tliciii a Doinnorntic. 111 ..jjumi-Kp- im.iM.it' de- - -- u.rn.ni " .IMi $unttjm well-know- Hartford llepublican NAM A. AMtllllSO.V... Pi ii ,.l:illl..r. M -- tions the various states, and bv mercy upon Its victims. This ileinun Tin: meanest, most cniitcinpliible taking such action would run the risk uf the blood U often not satisfied with Subscription, $t.2B nor yuui. mill most cowardly outrage tvor per l losing out causing itioudfiil sores, but lacks the The western sound body with the pains of ibeiiniatisin pctrateil upon auy political ptrty wai money Deuioctats ate nlreadyout and Itatosand Torina until IloodV Sarsiipailllu ciiics, Subscription! ft. 25 pet nnuuiu in that of the Chicago Convention, tak-in- pushing the sound money candidate " Nearly four yrr ago I brcitno advance. with icrotuU and rheumatism. forcibly p"ec..inn of i'upiihin, Idea. Such nomination would doubt line fust in Iocal notices loc pet without throwing so much n a crumb leys injure MeKinlry's chances but each miImh ipieut insersertioti nuJ 5c tion, taige contracts sptdal rates. to its leaders, Willie. Allgcld, Dchi he has such n coiuiuanding lead over Call;) oil candidates mid political it Co., bail 8tent years of tinroiuit-tin- the others that he can win anyway. matter 10c per line. MrKlnlrj' In the I'rnplp toil in creating among the WesObituary notices 5c per line, and Running sorm broko out on my thighs. Addressing a delegation of the For-nkmustinvaribly be paid (or in advance, tern people a spirit of distrust and Plecra of bono entile out end an operation Club at Canton, O., on July u, patty ordering publication is anarchy ami Just when they were preunless waa contemplated, I had rheumatism In resxmsiblc therefor. . Hon. William McKinley said: my Uk, drown upoutolsliac. I lout apWork olall kinds promptly and paring to register the strength of Job "Our difficulty now is to set our petite, could not sleep. I waa a perfect CYCLE their following, Democracy, dishonorneatly executed. wreck. I continued to grow worso and money in circulation and invest it in ed abroad, disgraced and disbandnn Anally gave up tbe doctor! treatment to productive enterprises, which furnish Republican Ticket. ed at home, builds its fortune oti the employment to American labor. This 20!) foundation these men have laid and is impossible with the distrust that followleaves their leaders without a ELECTION .NOV. 3.1896. hangs over the country at the present ing rind politicians without a partv. time, and every effort to make our ' . Dick Turpin himelf would havo dollars, or any one of I'ur I'rpHldriit take Hood's Banaparllln. Boon appetite worth WILLIAM McKIXLKY, camo back; tho sores commenced to heat. blushed at such a sliaincleai9lc.il. less than one bundled cents each on! My limbs straightened out nnd I threw ilOliin, ly serves to increase that distrust away my crutches. I am now stout and Mluil it Jlenii". Memphis, Tenn Sclmita'. hearty and am farming, whereas four What we want is a sound policy, fThe Chicago Times-Heralsiys: New York City. Sun, Times, Heryears ago I was a cripple. I gladly recTin: i'uicks vk iiavk I'ur Vice I'rcMileiil. inancial and industrial, which will UnuAN The nomination of William lenninps ald, livening Post, Staats Zsitung, ommend Hood's Barsaparllla.1' UAUKETT A. HOHAUT, Hammond, Table Uroe, Illinois. OV Uryan as the Democratic candidate give courage and confidence to nil, Irish American. ON ot New Jersey. for President of the Unitid States for when that is done the money now New Haven, Conn, Register. Our Tip Top WI100I8 Koducod 10 SGO.OO. means that there is .1 scattered, not unemployed because of fear for the Philadelphia, Pa. Record, Times. I'ur I'mium.. ViQlor. Napoleon, Barnes. Monarch, Overland numerous, but resolute party in this future and lack of confidence in inJOHN W.LEWIS. Providence, R. I. Journal. vestment, will appear in the channels Writo lor CutnloRiio and Spocml Cash Discount country in favor ol: From 4tli District of Kentucky. Petersburg, Va Index Appeal. Hxtinuatlon of the right of ptivate of tiade. yJq Will Save you voney Richmond, Va Times. "Gentlemen, the employment of See list of contract. Salem, Mass. News. And still they bolt IMbeOneTruelUiMM l'lirlflrr. AIMriijtKl'ti. M. Prepared tinl) by C. I. llcoil .1 Co., Ixmvll, lmj. Compulsion of the people of the our idle money the idle money we Sioux Falls, S. D. Argus-Leade- r. prominent papers who have o'ted United States to take sixteen pounds already have in gainful pursuits euro Ilrr III, emy to St. Paul, Minn. Globe combination. the Bryan-Sewn- ll on nOOUi. S FlllS take, easy to opcrato. 2M. of silver as the equivalent to one will put every idle man in the conn St Louis. Mo. Anleigerdes Wes-ten- s. Hon. Ciiah. R. Lonii, former pound of gold when in the markets of try at work, and ft here there is work is wages, and when there is Chairman ol the Democratic State the wotld one pound of gold is worth there Springfield, They Are Almoit I'ntuilntmiB fnr Soamt work wage earners aie consumers, Money, Central Committee, says he will not thirty pounds of silver. Syracuse, N. Y. Courier, who constitute the best market for Mr. (luMnv If. Schwab In prcklitont of Revival of the income tax c uppirt the Chicago ticket. Trenton, N J. Times. the (leriiiuu society of ?si'w 101k city Legislation so to alter the Supreme the products of our soil. Utica, N. Y. Observer. ami is therefore In touch with lierimuiH "Having destroyed business and The scramble is now going on at Court of the United States as to make iu thin country, ami Washington, D C Post. confidence by a Free Trade policy, it St. L'tuis among the Populists, and it Populistic. llcinir also nroiulncut buslncKi won, Yonkers, N. Y. Gazette. is now proposed to make things still itf lumillnr uith the Wn of the question thut 11 agitating their Voluntary bankruptcy of the Na This is rathersignificantand means he worse by entering upon an era of de on the llnancliil iiicstIoii In an minimi is whether they is ill tmlorte tional Government. much. With such organs as these interview on May 14 lie mid: predated currency. Not content n Mf CSV! Sri D AnVtlAM aAAftlA aI aa4 Involuntary bankruptcy of all nominate a ticket of their Ilryan or I am coiivlnccU from iny knou ledge of a ruinous I , . . .. . . men of the United States who with the fellow cltl- of It teems that they will have a own. ""V is assureu. 1 ne list 01 zetiMmy their way of thinking that policy, which has brought down the , m nnil are not Vanderbilts and Astors, capa bolt, it makes no difference what the willcontlnuegrowmg un- - theiaat majority uf them lu the coming wages 01 me laborers and tue prices rfPu.dlato ble of resisting or surviving the In111 an me ballots nave been cast into majority does. jiollticul content ulU entliely illhrcgnnl ol farm products, its advocates now evitable panic when the National the political urn next November. jiarty tlcH uud 'will otc for that party To havevoiir Picture taken Hidh prices not an Excuse, The Ohio county Populists last monetary standard slumped from offer a new policy, which will diminw hlch .leclarcH for the maintenance, beish the value ol money in which I'oiullil t'mivenlliiii. yond a invisibility of doubt, of the gold instructed for Uryan and gold to silver. H. O. A Inree number of Populists met in standard of nlue, and that they ulll wages and products are paid. Against rejected Seall. It was the prevailIT rage to nny candidate Mlllr.Vi:. both of these we stand opposed. Our convention at tho Court House last not giie their .in ing opinion among them that the Rev. Robert Oldham preached his creed embraces who may bo nuRprctcd of a leaning an honest dollar, nn Saturday for the purpose of selecting freo slher coinage or toward any Is now at Hartford with his Floating Studio. Populist could not afford to accept last sermon as pastor of Pleasant untarnished national credit, advocates delegates to their State Convention, romiironiUe with the sllier eople. Sewall, but wanted him pulled off by Grove Church on Sunday the lath, elegantly eiiiippcil fur the very hvA work, guaranteed not to lade. revenue for the use of Government. which met in Paducah last Monday. They consider that tho imiinount ii HE All si.ed niiiilo, fruiii D.iiiles un. Al-e- i ltoihh made in nnv narlor or the committee and a straightout Pop- lie has resigned his pistorate of the Protection to labor, preservation of The meeting was called to order by question iMjfore tbe country at present Is nominated in his stead. monetary KjBtcm, room, day or ulist church and carries with him the good the home market and a reciprocity County Chairman J. P. Miller, who the Integrity of our view ut reulcncc or any nut door object. 1'rico uf the. nnd their iote.i will go to that party ftanilartl sua Cabinet, SI per linlf ibzen; f l.7." per dozen. will and commendation of the church which will extend to our foreign stated the object of the meeting. Litllu Queciu which they hcllote will uphold the ( half size cabinet $1 per tlnzen. One and nil are invited lo call at my studio Foil the first time in the country's and community. His pastorship has markets. Judge Pen Newton was elected country'H lhmneliil honor, regard lent of and eco my work U. 0. SUHKOETtflt. history a great political party as"em-blbeen long and successful and has "Upon this platform we stand andf Chairman and A. S. Worseley secre- - what their lew b may bo on other ikiIIL- in National Convention has de- marked an epoch of good feeling and 'Jcal questions. l'reWouHeerlencchuR Cai.IIuoN, Ky., June 28, 18!W. submit its declaration to the sober tary. A committee was appointed on shown that (lerrnanxotcrson.pieMloim nounced itself, adopted a financial harmony in the church. To Whom ir may C.ixn.isst-W- V Inku pleasure in lotoiiiiiiciiilini: to and considerate judgment of the resolutions and while waiting for the relating to or nlTectlng the Htandartl of f,V()r Mr 0 jchroc,eP ,10 l,toEniihcr. who U not only n lilsf policy, pursued only by half civilized Rev. Craig has been conducting a American people." committee to report Mr Johnson, of clM. .rli.t. but a penMoman of .he l,i,I.cst order. He has been undated nations and surrendered its leadership protracted meeting at Pleasant Walk AfMeade county, made a speech. with the people of t'lillinoti fur over two years and we nil regret very much to j t'linplrr oil Mniirj' Jinking. iipponctl all forms of financial heresy. into the hands of a "liny Orator.'' school house. ter the committee reported the meethave him leave. Hupinir ou will extend him the "hand of fellowship," A correspondent of the New York When, 20 3 eurs ago, tbe puper money Mrs L D. DeWeese and Mrs. FlorIf buch methods receive the support ing adjourned. (J 1:0. F. Swint, Editor Calhoun Star. licfpeetfully yours. inflation question was ngitatcd in Mis- we nre, ence Schroader were the guests of Sun very rleverly says: of the American people then the pesouri, the Germans of that state were If a man takes a piece of steel worth "Have tried others, but like Ayer's Aunt I.ou White on the 12th, the riod of the Republic is approaching. arrayed on the slilei of nound money. I I'lllhlilllC llnlra. best" is the statement made over and The (lermans of Illinois arc. on record 15 cents and makesof it watch springs birthevent being her severity-fourt- h We will send Tiik KnruiiMCANand worth ft 00, that is skill. over again by those who testify to iih always hating been on the right side GOVERNMENT STAMP VALUE. Font years ago the Democratic day. She is in good health and is re If he takes a piece of paper worth 2 the benefit derived from the use of of the money question, and as never Onft f C'uli," llrtry' Argillairuti lor either ol the following named papers party appealed to the people for the uiarknbly strong and promises to for one j ear for the amount opposite l're Mlirr. cents and writes on it a poem that Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Disease never having been led luitray by cheap money She privilege of relieving them from the reach her lour score and ten. "Suppose," says Coin's Fiiiuiiclul each uniuc. propuganda at any time. A Herman 1 ,00V over the list and sells for $50, that is genius. had a greater enemy than this powerwas never married. business man, cashier In alarge bank in School, "that congiemi should p.iss u secwlnt you nied and oppression of "Robber Baron" manugive us cjIJ: If he takes a firm worth 35 an acre ful blood. purifier. It makes the Chicago, who bus a wide acquaintance, law authorizing the purMrs. Lizzie Truman, of Owensboro, factures and bringing about a period with the smull bankers and mcichantii chase of lOO.Otx) euMilry horses nf cer- Daily and Sun Courier Journal $8.35 has been visiting relatives and friends and by his labor and knowledge puts weak strong. of unparalleled good times. Democ" without Sunday " throughout the west, tells me that ho tain sizes and qualities. HorwH would it in heart again and makes it worth 65 here for the past two weeks. Mrs adiancn iu value." Your limy. has had occasion to hear expressions racy was invested with the power to 1 75 $20 an acre, that is work. Truman formerly lived here and her This Is one of "Colu" Harvey's orgu- - Weekly It is the duty of every Republican from his German countrymen for years fulfill these promises, and what foU Courier. Journal . . . . 1 75 If a mat; takes a hammer worth 60 in Ohio county and ln,.tlt It, mIuivi Iiiivv f r.... oiliwiir.. ,,i,ilil past nn the question of a monetary was welcome. the 4th Congressi"e Commercial one J? Such calamities m hi I never advent . . t is use of it earns ional District to subscribe for and standard, uud that he has noxcr jet raise the price of sllier. It does not lit P. A Moxley and D V. Godsey cents an in a day's the ease, because under tnv coinage the N. Y. Tribune Tound one who huh not in fin or of the 1 -j before followed the advent of any .'r have purchased the timber on the $1 35, that's hard work. help support The Harti'oiid gold standard and opposed to the free goiernuient would not purchase sliver, N.Y. Woild thriren-wee- k 1 65 party to power, and let us trust CSixI Thomas If a man buys a yearling at a trotbut would simply stump it uiul make It Chicago When the paper was first esPhillips farm nnd will run it coinage of slltcr. Inter Ocean will never bo witnessed by the Amer i 40 ting sale for 515 that in its 3 year tablished the county was hopelessly legal tender. Is It likely that the Ills opinion Is that the. (lermaii citi to Evansville this winter Farm 1 Vet this same stamp Is going to greatly Home ican people again. form develops ability to make a mile Democratic nnd by the help of zens of Illinois arc unanimously opposed J5 Mr. Wm. IJarley, formerly of this Tun to any impairment of the present gold Increase the value of slher? Will some We would be glad to send you any party, or rather this Bame element, place, was shot and killed in the at a 2:06' gait, that is judgment. the party has been more standard. of "Coin's" pupils tell how much the of the above named napers. This II a man buys a silver mine he has solidly for Democracy has degenerated into fork of Rough by one Carmil on the united and to day Ohio counIt Is a fact, uuliersally huown, that stamp "l S." added to the value of this offer is good lor new Mibscribcrs and never sen and it makes him a mil ty stands among the Republican Populism, pure and simple, is preachUctory In Ohio in the army mule? the 13th and was buried on the 14th at oh' ones who pay one year iu advance guticrnatorial campaign of 1875, in ing a gospel of cheap currency and the Roach burying grounds. From lionaire, that's luck. counties of the State. The 4th Diswhich liutherford II. Hayes run on a ' II a man buys an article for trict has always been Democratic unseeking another !ee of power from what has been learned the killing was platform hard money republican for $3.69 til 1S94 when it was turned into the against William Allen on a democratic Bnino an outraged and sulleriiig people. entirely uncalled for and was nothing $1 st and sells it tint's inflation platform, was Republican column. The Rki'Uuuc-aWill the sober, sensible American less than a brutal murder. will be But when a government takes 53 does not claim all the honors for duo to the firm stuud taliuu by the GerJohn I.lllard and family, of Clover- voter trust his government in the dlsregaiding party lines, mans, th'e port, have been visiting Taylor Mur- cents wotth of silver and coins it into these changes for the better, but does turned who, hands of a party of such record? the scale In the election iu fator a cartwheel, and says legislatively insist that it has been a leading phy and family for the past week. factor of honest money. This fact was conthat it is too cents, or a dollar, and in making these great changes, hence ceded at the time by the republican TlMIUUS. HENRY M.TELLER. pays it out as such to its creditors, it is the buty of the Republiban (lays. patty press of tho state, and thn democratlo This man has achieved an uueiivi-bl- e voiced tha sentiments of his Wmil III I rroHHwr. y. that is not finance, but highway to stand firm for their organ in both candidate His name for the last notoriety. be purty leaders when he gave utterance to The Lebanon Enterprise says it bos the District and county Tiig his lacerated feelings after the election month has been prominently before received the following communication 4 by e.clalinlug: "The Dutch are d is almost alone in battling Whenevrr a druggist tells you he the American people. dated Cubiu Town, Marion county, A IliliNlliiii ol l'nliry. Tho German voters nre unreliable." has something just as Boml for coughs, The true policy of sound money for Republican principles iu the DisTho attitude in which ho has placed Ky.: "Dear editur: i thot i wud certainly not to be relied upon when grip, etc., ns4)r. Hell's 1'ineTar Honhimself does not reflect any ciedit dropp yu n lu lines to tel yu wen did Democrats is to ctush, beyond all trict in the newspaper line, while they are asked to prostitute the couney don't you believe it. for we guar-an-te there is about fifteen Democratic pa party's try's financial honor at their that it is not true. We make on him at all. He has been held up yu expeekt the 1st kar lode ol fre power or hope of resurrection, the bidding. In the state of Wisconsin the pers. the genuine ami authorize all drugas a martyr to the silver cause, which Siher also whaee wud itt be distribn Populist combination, which has have taken the mime united THE IIUAL CimilCNCr CONTIUCTIOMBTS. gists to guarantee It. The It. It. Let every Republican turn out and Germans gained asendency in their party. is said to be nearer uud dearer to his bittit at heard tel that bil Swinuey stand In favor of sound money, and tho While the slhcrltes me howlinir Sutherland Co . Paducah, Ky. was er goin to be the Idler wot dun By doing so they will regain control see how many good cash snbscribets, same may be said of Michigan, low a and themselves hoarse For sale byZ Wayne (Jrlflin ct Hro., hart than all others. It is tignili-ca- ut over "gold standard they can get for the paper and let Minnesota. druggist.atd Kenlrow Hros. Narrows. however, that simultaneously the dibhiti outt also how much is ev- of nlfaiis if they preserve their Slate others remember if The entire German newspaper prc3 contraction of the curreuej" the peo- Ky. they are behind ple who believe In with his withdrawal from the Re-- , ery feller goin togit and better i biing organizations in theirown hands. To on iu this country, with few exceptions, is volume of money steadily expanding their subscription, to come forshould keep in mind do so effjetu ally, the better way is to n Spring wagon? please asg gym emphatically for sound money, as it has the A Nl Uui publican party, his "frieiidi,'begin to .i IV in f.irm June 1. lull. if he wonts hunnerd bushel numwith the Republicans and ward and pay up without delay been In the past, and can lie depended one fact that fiee enlniigiuit sixteen to would be tho greatest contraction boom him (or tho Democratic nomino. 41. No. 43. upon to pronounce In furor of the mainber one Whcnle at 2 dollar 55 cent a elect McKinley by a majority so im measure of the age. It would put the West bound dally nation for President. dally It is ttue tho tenance of the present standard of vaJuo country on mense and pronounced that anarchists a singlii silver staudaid, I. Louisville . bushel yores as ever Dill biggs " . 7 55 a m 630 pm and for the parity that represents this would Democratic party is for free silver. drlie gold out of use, would I. ninndenburg f maties will benot and free silver 9 22 oi7 55 principle, regardless of prc lous party f lighten wm; iiii.v. Inicstors into withdrawing I, Irvington . . It is a'so for lreo trade. Mr. Teller H 20 ly defeated, but demoralized, adlllatlons. Scleral Important German loans, would Anoth. maku It Impossible for the I.Stephenport . 10 28 Corn is looking well and it is said Democratic nominee would ns 8 38 democratic papers in the western states et ticket will divide the sound money gniernment to redeem its paper obliga- I. Cloverport , 1047 have already threatened to bolt their tions iu coin havo been be foiced to sacrifice his there will be ns much made as there forces and 918 any kind, would cause souti in ney Dm ticket If a free silver plank should be the suspensionof of hanks by creating a I. Hawcsville . It 12 944 faith in the Republican idea of pio. was last year. I, . cratsat a disadvtnt ;e in revaluing 12 15 p 1111048' adopted. As an indication of the gen- penile among Mr. Sylvester White's grist mill depositors, and by estab- Ar Henderson . tcctioil of which lie has always been eral sentiment of tho Germun press I lishing 15 control of their puty To put it in I! 55precedent for the lepddlatlou will not grind for awhile owing to N'o 42 to the No,. 44. a standard defender. the field, St tte mid cmiity convenSul- - referoldest position taken by tho largest of debts would greatly em tall go Hast hound Ford wanting his engine to put daily and German newspaper in the dally It seems that he was willing to this. Mr. of our piescut credit system. I, Henntrsou . tions would h ivc t.i be called to apsouth, the Democrat, of Louisville, In If currency conti action Is to his thresher. ,72mm 2 ss p iu an evil, tin) I. Owensboro . The idea that ho is u man of firm condelegates to another Nitlonal point 8 5 the last state election in Kentucky. Al people, who fuwir expansion should 3 55 Rev. J, D. Duncan filled his reguI. Hnwcsville . though always democratic ..j. to that vot(J , bUKta),, victions, who would not give up his Convention. The tieket nominated 9 5 4 53 x t lll0 HVbti'in of I Cloverport lar appointment here last Sunday. . ,,, time, this paper bolted tho democratlo 9 50 5 17 . ,' could not be called Democratic, for oillklilliil' Xrnr llhllilny. principles, is therefore croneous. M undcrwhlch the loluir.e I. Stephenport . Dr. Iiycr.i, of Olaton, was here last fiee silver candidate and urged thoelec- - of a 5 y Louisiana has decided to make 1)nm,y ltm ,IlcmlMM, fro, $s , there is already a Democratic tlctt mr. tit ii appears merely as a week. I. Irvington . . C, 16 lencr tlon of the republican sound money cjhi 1873 to $2.1 at tho present time. 16. General Robert 15. Lee's dldate for governor. I, nrandouhurg regularly appointed The new tick-e- t scheming politician devoid of honor 11 18 6 39 There is several of this community Ar Ijuisville . The Importance of the German vote would have to be named for another birthday, a public holiday. The idea I'rra I'olimsii Citatlis In tho Air, 12 45 p ut 8 00 and having no sense of shame. He are attending the .singing at Antiaoo will be apparent when the numerical Tho cheap money deill tempi j tlii party, which would cause einbirrcss- - o' observing n special day in commem hits deserted tho party that has honMrs Sarah Smith and her .sister, of fill Iniiru ullli nromlsi'M tt iirnaiMirlt,. , ,..UU., ..., ' )V' ?aK"yi a prominent lawyer oration or memento of the Southern strength of tho pivotal states and its supporters would prac ored him time and aguin and has allatlon In tho Is consul- - but I lie men he deludes will find that ofl'aducah. Ky., snyj Louisville, nre visiting their f ither merit, Dr. Dell's tidily be uctiuij outside the Demo Confederacy was proposed only n kv crcd. 'I he returns of the census of 1B0O ' he I'MmN them only to 111I11 and pov I inelTar Honey cured that children lied himself with anarchists, Popuhis this week ' years ajo. but It has met with unl-pashow that tho shite of New York then cil. ,w, is In the past, the tempter whooping cough when all things of" critic p.uty. Ity Mill holding to thrlr elst lists, ami tho worst element of tho Mr John Daniel, of Illinois nnd I'i'iK willing dupes who will learn, Jailed. It's a newreuifdy and helping Kepu'dioiiH throw ' vcisal lavor through the South. A contained 1)72,603 forcotlihs. v. hen II - M'j Into, that frcccmcrpios-perltDemocratic puny, tho best elements his brother ol O.venstnro, aie vising Ohio, 341,4(17; Illinois, 090,588 Pennuunraniie by all dealers. Foriial convention ol Confederate veterans sylvania, 472,423; the pirates and mutineers i.verb ml Is only mlruge. Michigan, 270,218 by 7. Wnyne Griflin & Uro., druggUt of which are, uud always havo been, rclathcs in this community. who have captured their ship, the suggested June 3 ns a proper holiday, Wisconsin, 311,834; Minnesota, 314,034; nnd Renlrow Ilros., Narrowal Ky, - ' Bom to the wile of Mr Jo Miller on bad enough. Mr. Teller wants to be It beintr the birthday of "President" Iowa, 200,003; nnd Missouri, 207,093. n- visitors cartful nnd cap.tble cm Pscsi'li'iit, but by his ifloits to ho the nth. ngitl. Whatever may be the decision of the again t ike command and run the leflersou Davis, the head nnd front of Fou Sam; At a bargain ' Mr. C V Christian kept a pumpkin such ho has made himself obnoxious "the lost cause." Hut the people national conventions on the money ques- - flniVini". 'ut,LW"o' Tf'e airship iu the Lexington a SchoK emit up in s.ifcr w.itt rs. WIII . 1oof".ino tlon. this issue will be fairly. squarely , Business is until the first of Inly, the longest toall true American citizens It . v SecrtUry Morton, in an interview, j srem to take a different view ot the and most thoroughly placed before the College. Apply at this office. that one was ever known to keep In said that Benedict Arnold who matter, and to have selected a diner-c- ut iiermau voter In tho course of Uie cam- a nig very htiong point makes lleM)i, Andkuson, this country l'rrsoiml, hero, his uountiy for British gold, Only one State, Florida, paign, and as to tho nature of his reil instead Inltlng tue Charlestnnl Fiirh 64 page medical referenct sponse not entertain the slightest died dinpNed li the men to whom ho J'.fTectual Charles J. Booth, Olive- - c.invcntiiii the Douglas () mecrMs has nccepted the suggestion of the doubt, I do iuhk 10 nay person amicteil with anr sold his honor, was known wood, Cal., sujsj "I have used I1.1I votui lor Lincoln, the South veterans nnd made June 3 "Conleders A paper in McCI lire's Migizluc Tor special, chronic or delicate disease SliupU UUMtlan (or Btlrer I.euilen. peculiar to their sex. us Arnold tie traitor, uud bodied Ayer's Pills" in my family for sevcinl never would have seceded A union ate Day " while Louisiana Is the fifth Who would bo Iwiieflted by ndultcni-tlo- n August will tell f r the first time, the leading physicians and AddiesVtha '.'surgeons of jenrs, mid have always found tlitui ol rill the men in 1861 who believe in to select Lee's birthday instead; ami unwept, unhouorcd and unsung. of tho currency 7 Not tho farmers. true btory ol Lincoln s Jirst meeting the United States, Dr.Hathaway & They could uot lie better oft If they got with Stanton, They met in the trial Co., most tfitvtual in the relit lot ailments the U'.lnu would have given Line In this selection is the more marked beM, Teller is tho Benedict Henry 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. two dollars where they get now 43-iMcCormlck-reape- r pat-eArnold of tho Republican puity. Ho arising fiom a disordered stomach, such an overwhelming ninjority that cause Jtflerson Davis was well known one dollar, and that la tho ut- of the famous bowels, il would h ivc demonstrated not only In New Orleans, was n frequent real-du- it most bus bnliited his right In the rerpect torpid liver, and constipated tight case, under circumstances Tlllmun would bo able to Thewloreil people of Haytl met hcie, nnd his permanent home, them. Hut the fearful contractiongive that were very humiliating to Lincoln uud u nli lencc ol the filly, but the lite, ot secession :un , of fioiim Hum? llHiiiurriit-uieiiisuiid hn.s won tho c iilempt lesson f.om the p.ist is woithy Ileiuviiir, is practically n suburb of tho currency caused by a collapse of nnd many wild tales have b'en told of Tuesday night ol last week nnd-- ' or. I)emci.itK This money The sound Di-ganUed a colored Kepubllcan League cheap Loulslanii's nction has Mumiurri money to the cru't. lli i Teller tlm iru'inr lliu.ulliiut the counliy re highly 01 divider ili hi the city li '""' nm wo"m crc,QW uc "" their meeting. The ex ict f.icts of it Club, They held meeting Tuesday prebablv ketfe.1 the matter, nnd ' tin- - ncti hi ol the i.'hi l" ip!castd lit .1 tlmei Unit for yeursworklngmen would are now given bv two inmen who were night nnd nppotuted 1', A. Gary to C1111 federate Uay" wlllcoinnieuorate Wiiiucn who are wenl n d eivous, MkUwFjTficS the trial, and Bct hariUy mora 5o.CCnt dollars thiui associated with them convent ion ami now l ilk if tminl-Vt LJIIS WrtlKl Ml ILSt A115 dollars. How who nre probably the only persons represent the club at the mecting'oi j? cut I'I'laleti for I'mdi'rnt mid who have no' nppilite mil frtnmH l,e insteid of Davis ns the ideal they get noiv In thud. HoM l ilruAil1 r71 Harper's ) would Uiat benefit them? Neither Alt- - now living who know nil about the the Stntu League Club at Frankfott hero -f- rom NuWe d.i not In In ve sleep, find Mnngtli and ijj i in .Southern Pitsilent ' I Bc''' ll0r Tillman hrut ever explained uviroCTTCraii-HI iiwi vtr, I loud'!; ,S.iis.iurlllu, matter. UVvblv July iS, i8o6, that liny will name a tick jhllnipJoqueatlou. ChlcagoTrlbunet In f I. i.v ' ' et Notwithstanding the urgent and in some sections. The eastern sound money Democrats arc keeping (tiltt ns they yetcontrol the organisa- g g I Itriiiiiliitip II. The following Demo.' cratlc Journals repudiate the Democratic candidate uud platform selected at Chicago: Boston, Mass Globe, Hrrald. Baltimore, Md, Sun, News. tlufTalo, N VCornier, Inquirer. Brooklyn, N Y. Ragle. Bennington, Vt. Reformer. Chicago Chronicle,StatsZeltung. Charleston, W. Va News. Charleston, S. C. News and Courier. Dayton, O. Times. Detroit, Mich Free Press. Fitchburg, Mass. Mall. Holyoke, Mass. Free Press. Hartford, Ct Times. Lansing, Mich. Journal. Louisville, Ky. Courier-JournAnzeiger, Post, Times. Lewiston, Me. Sun. Lowell, Mass. Times. La Crosse, Wis. Chronicle. Manchester, N. II. Uuion. Machias, Me Union. Cripple BELKEP. The Iron i .w fv. -- ... 1. ..inii"irli'iiliililiil"i ' grap of scrofula ban no Are - ood - Bicycles Made Well Prices RE RIGHT - and Bicycle rcpairng of all kinds done promptly DELKER HFC HWW, j al, Allen Street, OTTVJESINrSDSOIO Bicycles! any Bicycles! d Hoods Sarsaparilla GERMAN-AMERICAN(icrmnu-Ainerlcni11 tier-iiiu- err OUR ENTIRE LINE WHEELS. 1 u an. Hill c& Steitlsr, Bicycle Sundries at Rock Bottom Prices. short notice. Repairing done ,,!," & fiere is Yocir bus-iae- ss iuau-urati- '. a (iermnn-Amerlcn- n I Green a River SCHROETER, the Profssional Photographer ' ed ZiZZZ Z: ' Scmi-Wcekle- y Glolic-Democr- ... ... I I t fcound-monc- y y -- I s. n 11 rob-b;r- George W. nt Sulphur Springs during Camp Meeting two Well, we'll ail there. 1 11 Fil-hi- 11 Let nobody remain at home during the e 1 1 Temperance Camp Meeting, but "fork to up" and Jan-uir- 11 phur Springs. ,, pn-sm- 't u rty ! German-American- s, ! 1 11 What about that 11 tiling, that's -- 1 what! 1 1 11 r, 100-cc- i 11 I ',,..,,,. ' """' I 100-te- i - - ClNT -- COMF1 an Sick Headache Permanently Cured "1 was troubled, a long 111111', with nick headache. It wns usually lie. coiiipnuicd with suveiu pains hi Mm temples nnd sickness nt tins stum. licit. 1 tried n cowl many remedies Dr. A. I'. Stanley. Ilopklnsville, wns In town Inst Saturday. Mr A J nits nnd U it Allen went to Ceiitetioivn oil hiHutss Wed lies. .1 ... Mis. K. IS. Irout n two weeks visit to relatives lu BEAVER DAM. Rev Casebier filled his regular np. poititmcut here Saturday and Snnd iy. lii'o some morol.nnts are conipluing mill discussing HARD TIMES, politics. Ho., Mi's l.o'tie llatmirl lu returned Nelson has relumed from a ivo weeks vitlt tu Iriends 111 Morgnntowu. Misses Jtssiennd Mury Smith, Unit lord, who have been visiting Miss Beulnh Coots, returned home last Fri- llatdlu county. Master Jno. J, Williams, who has b.eir quite sick for the past lew weeks, is Improving. Jno. S.Jackson tu Matlua f Kirk, Worth Smith to Annie spurrier, 15, A. Dyers to Mags gie MLlujlle. Marriage license: were tried belore Esqr, C. L. Woodward Wednesday tin n charge of rellglo-- s worship nt Liter tc 100I house 1111 the lib aud 14th of Ju'y, 189O I'hey Wete ai rested at the Inst nice nf Rev II. F, lelnkins. Alter heating the tvldence nnd arguments ol counsel the jury teturned a verdict ol not gulltv, 1 JlKbMt Honors Awarded World' Fair. V?f? vCltlA PI Cfl 2' Arc having a good trade, and in order to make it better they hnvc put their lino of summer goods -- FAIR BROS.& CO. LmALft2 this complaint; but it was not Until 1 taking lie-g- recommended for day. Miss Otitic Monroe Is visiting in Moigantown this week. A larpenumberol young folks Irom Hartford came over Monday evening llnskrl .llerlliiir. The old Buck Creek Church, McLean county, having invited Dr. J, S. Coleman to preach n special sermon thete next Sundnj , they have arranged fir n grand nccti-iitnby Inviting neighboring churches and Minis ters to co op rate Ample provisions will be on the grounds, the pill pose being to give their old pastor who preached for that church 24 years, n reception which shall be worthy of the man nnd the occasion , CREAM AYFR'S CTnvSyl V 'MVY nent glo box of 1ANNG MOST PERFECT MADE. A fi J&aWHta 1'llh that I received "iiythliig like pcriua- - ( benefit. A sin. these pills did the work ua.LT CGS? -- L' Now is your lime to buy summer goods; hot weather is just on us. Head below the bargains: Z(.l(l,rj Ginghams Dress Slylut GiiiKliiim Sttlpc i'kiih'm Stripe Uitlstc l'liiin 1u.1l for me, nnd I am now a well num.'" C. II. Hl"i chinos Knst Auburn, Mc For the rapid euro of Constipation, Dyspepsia, Biliousness Nausea, nnd nil disorders of Stomach, Liver, nnd Bowels, tnko 7c 6c woilh woith Ho PI IYER'S Cathartic Pills i in lown. 70 KdaI and Diploma at World'! Fair. Ut jour druggist lor Ajtr'i Smiparllla Col. Lem McIIenry "... ioc worth 15c 7c I'.uicy Oinamlii.'! ... : . l'ersian l't reals Main nnd Figured Swl's wotth 10c Hi wotth I2)ic locwoith I2j$c 15c worth 22 . . . 10c i White Duck Grass I.inen I.adldcs MtisHit Dtawcts, Skills '.'tut Gowns Ladles Vest ... wotth i5;c i2ij wotth 20c sec to $1 25 10c Quarterly Court lias been in session this week. Good rigs and gooJdnvers at Field & Holbrook's. Mr. J. II, Nave, Louisville, town this wcik. wotth 20c 25c tadeis Ver,t Woven Onsets Men Sweaters La His Shift Waist Mm Shirts .'. ,..'... ... ..50; '. . 2cvorth 25c . . 50c wotth 75c wotth 50c wuitli$i 50c & floe worth $1 l'ans and I'.irnsols nt low prices. We are determined to carrv less over this season than over before, so these goods must go As our fall line ih now coining: in. As Advertised When in Hartford Call on us and we will show you a ljne of goods excellent in quality, low in prices. Truly, Pair m:.4t t:u .tttM 11. 11. Bros. z Co. fashion. Sample of rtiii.r. 11 mi: WliST liOUNI). 1'ast Mail Accomuiod.iliou . , . Way I'iciglil Accommodation New Oilcans Limited . UASr-lJOUND. ,, . Cincinnati l.iniited Accommodation Way Freight Accuinmodation l'ast Mall IIaiii.i'.n Mi'.mtlCK', .... n hard time with meadow and crop on nccoutit of 7:16 a in. the continued rains. Health is not very good at this 11:4311. '" y.$ p. tu. writing. Mrs Hannah Allen is imMiss Leta Rapland is on 8:18 p 111. proving. There are 11:22 p: 111. the .sick list this wctk. scernl cases ol whooping cough in 403 a. ill town. Horn to the wife of W. P. Thomas 5 2 .1 111 6 36 n. m nn the 20th, boy. Mother nnd child 1:290. m. doing weil. firo. Kohleu closed n meeting here 7:30 p 111. 11 Farmers ate having iiosim:. Misses Glide Taylor nnd Oii'n au:.nt4 roi.vixi; mixi:i nixi.i.mi whete the guests of Pro! R.C. MI'lt 01' Jarnagin nnd wile last Sunday. Mckinley Miss Minnie Crowder is visiting By Murat Hulstead, for 40) ears the her uncle, Dave Sanderfur, near Hor- Mary. most famous Journalist in America, ton this week. assisted by Hon Jolin Sherman, Gen. Wanti:d. A good oung milch C. II. O.rosvenor nnd Hon. Ch.ium.ey Will pay cash for one cow nnd call M. Depew. is salisluctory. Apply at this Also contains complete Biography that office. of lion, Garrett A. Hobart, nominee 1- for No campaign Book equal to it has ever been published The illustra.VHlcc, tions arc rich and beautiful, Including: Notice is herby given that we Mr. and Mrs. McKiuley aud atl the great national leaders; also persons will, on the iRth day of AugusLiSg, and places of genetnl interest, too apply to the Kentucky.Citizens Ruild. an Association to issue n cerpages, printed on fine piper; Cloth Binding $1 50. Hall Morocco Minding tificate lor five hundred shares ol running stock in lien of share No. 607 $2 00; by mall, postpaid. heretofore, to wit: On the day Very Liberal Terms to Agmts 1S92, issued to, and being Agents act quickly lor now is your of harvest time. Don't delay; order Jiite the property of S. C. Taylor, now Prospectus by mail, only 10 cents, Given under our hand, this 18th which merely covers cost ol postage day ol July, 1896. 5231 and mailing. Address, , PUQMSIIKRS' SUPPLY CO , Jno. S. & Wam.ack Brown, 57 &60 Kmilie Uullding, St. Lou's, Mo. Administrators ol S C.Toylor, Dec. Will-iaius At. last Friday night. and hobart, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. ing-Lo- ed. Mrs. R. P. Hocker, daughter and in Kiowa will advertise all sons, spent Sunday afternoon Buggies as cheip as the cheapest nt inn-ies- i lent property for sale next Hatlford. Miss Clifile Gray has been visiting ; hhI, on which the tax Field & Holbrook's. has not been the Misses Rogers. Mr. R I. Miller, OAiusboro, was p Id. Mr. Hd Dyers, McIIenry, and Miss in town last Saturday. All members ol Rough River Lodge Metcalf, city, were married at the No. 110 K. f I, ate requested to be Remember liullington will give brides home Wednesday evening at uu hand nt Castle Hall next Tuesday you a good easy shxve 7:30. Attvr. Field & Uolbroo'r defy nil competi JI.MJO. Field & llolbrook buy their bugtion in the buggy line Rev. J. C. Craig filled his regular gies hy the car load direct irom the appointment nt Concord last Saturday Mr. Wood Tmsly has been grinttd maitulaelory paying cash. Hence night and Sunday. a pulsion ol $6 oi per month. the low prices. Mrs. Sallie Morris, widow of the Master Kstil Harnett, soi of Hon. Mr D. M. Ingram, a teacher from late Darl Morris, died nt the home of C. M. Harnett is quite hick ol flux. Tahlcquah, I T., is registered at the her ton, J. T. Morris, on the 15th. Miss l'arklc Gregory uas returned Commercial Hole!, and will nttendthe After the luneral by Rev. G-- . J. Bean, she was buried nt the Brown graveIntitule next week. from n' visit to lur tlslei in Louisville yard. She was 77 years old.Mr. J C. Krown, who has been in is Ma Alon.o Walker, Louisville Mrs. Sarah Johnson and son, Hen the standing Army, stationed in Cal-i'- on visiting her mother, MrsZelmn Gregry, h, is visiting his brother, Sheriff of Louisville, are visiting the family ory. P. W. Pirtle. C P Keown, this week. Mr. C. M. Crow nnd O J. Thomas Miss Mary Rowe of Spring Lick, Mt. Fcur.t Willis is selling a large and Miss Alice Berry, of Whitesville, were in Whitetville the first ot the amount of goods at his store in the are visiting the Misses Pirtle. week. He is a Miss Georgia Coppage is on an exA large number of out friends gave Sunnydale neighborhood. Tins RWUliUCAN office p'easant culls nice, courteous gentleman, and the tended visit to Cloverpott. people nil like to trade with him. Mr. James Gray is on the sick list this week. You will notice in another column nt this'writing. Messrs. S. 13. J3ishop and li 1,. Miss Ida Gray, who has been so ol II. O. Schroeter Mycts, Render, gave iia a pteasuiit the advertisement the photographer. He is located here joutning among us for some weeks, call Monday. with hit fl.ating gallery, and invites has returned to her home near Field & Holoiook ate selling ev.rjbody to give him a call. harness, Muoic's lapdusters and Miss Alice King, Kinderhook, Mr J hu Gentry, a former resident is visiting her aunt, Mrs C. D King. wnips. of Pruulis, was accldently shot at Plow Boy. II you are needing a nice II. M. T. Sh.i Mice, Oxln,, last Thursday and price at Field & died Siinjay. His brother, Mr. Sam buggy call and If you ueed anything in the buggy llolbrook belore you Luy. Gentry, webt to him as soon as he line, you will bo well to call on Field received the telegram announcing the & Hoi brook where you can get them Mrs. S.illie Johnson nnd son, Hen,"" at prices to suit the times. ry, Louisville, are visiting the family accident. m . m of Mr. F. W. Pirtle. nearto.vn. Mr. Thomas lilack has. purchased The oil well men have about given Mr L H. Stevens' stock of groceries up the idea of boring nny deeper in Mr. Jo B. Viclters has rented a porMr. Steveus their well tion ol Mrs, .el m a Gregorys house and took charge They near town. will likel) go 011 the road for a Louisand has gone to keeping huuae. strong have another struck Mr. Black is vein ot salt water. ville grocery house. Gas in small Mr. aud Mrs. McDowell Fair and ol much 'energy and quantities has been struck but not children have returned Irom n visit to 0 young man and will no doubt meet with enough to utilize. Ilartlord citizens friends nnd relatives at Stanley, Ky. Ability much success. should now take hold of the enterHon. Jno. J. Mcllenty and wile, Last Monday just nfter the hard prise and dig to a depth of 2,000 feet e Mrs Jennie Mcllenty and Miss rain Messrs. Will King and Chas. or over, nnd they will most certainly Mcllenty have returned lruiu Lewis, of Dutord, left Hartford for strike gas or oil in pa ing quantities. Colorado. their home, nnd' while crossing a Let the work be taken up and thereA large amount ot block pasted small creek between here nnd Buford by assist the enterprise We need it, through town this week on ttair way the water was so swift that their horse Iretilrily TetflliuoiilnN. J.lfliilil t to Kllendaie Fair, which meet next lost Ins balance and was washed down My wife suffered for twelve years ! week. the stream carrying the buggy and with sour stomach and indigestion I li, narrow escape, tried everything I heard of without Mr. Jesse R. Iiskridge, Hardins-burg- , occiputs. It was getting relief. By the useof one botin to .vii fu aleV nours last but lottunately no one was hurt. wjs Saturday. He was on ins way to The foltowlng divorce suits have tle of Liquid Electricity she was not Morgautown oa legal business. been filed for the next term of the only relieved, but entirely curei. I found it effectual for cure of toothache The lluilfoid and Furdsville base Ohio Circuit Coutt: Alouj Shultz also. Hugh Roach. McIIenry.Ky. Shuitz, Nettie Marball teams played n match game ol vs. Georgia Ann I stepped on a tusty nail and run it Chns Marvin, Adoie Callavin b ill at FuuUville last Saturday in Morrialmost through my foot, causing n which the Ilaillord team came out han) vs Wes Callnham, J. A. son vs Susan Morrison, Nora Carter severe, painful and dangerous wound. victorious. vs Hen Ciiter, Mahalia F. King vs. 'After trying ever thing that is usualHon. C. M. Harnett ha- two tube Alle.i King, Jr, Katie Chapman vs. ly used nnd getting no relief, I purroses which he got out if George W 15 Chapnnn, W. J. Reddish vs. chased a bottle ot Liquid Electricity. Washington's garden during his Alter applying it a few times I was R F. Reddish. visit to that histouc place. Mr. relieved ol pain nnd swelling began Lust Ftiday wc bent out statements to reduce and in a shotttime was able Harnett prizes the floueis very high- to some of oar subscribers to the to walk. y. I earnestly recommend it amount of sevtral hundred dollars. as the best remedy I ever used Mrs. Klla Iiuskell, ol Centettown, We would not have done this it we Mhs Mary A.Wii,soN,McHenry,Ky. was tried Tuesday and was found to had not needed the money. We realize On night of June 26th, 1896 I was mind, nnd I M. Ford that the times ate hard and money be of unsound was appointed to convey her to the scarce, but do try to help us out on bitten by a very poisonous spider. Alter using several remedies without Asylum at Hopklusville. your account. Iliou cannot pay it any relief I purchase a filty-cebotas much as you can ou It. Chairman Jo A. Parker, of the Pop- all, piy tle of Liquid Electricity; and alter a ulist party spoke at the Court II Mm Yen know jutt how much you owe, few applications was greatly relieved. lastSaturdny. While here he rene.ved ni d jou will confer a great favor on Am confident it was instrumental in old acquaintances. lie was at one us by sending it in without delay. I cheerfully lecouw saving my life time n compositor on the old Ken mend it to suffering humanity as a Fillet IT Dug-gles, Isa-Util- We Ri'.PUiiucANloflice ,next week. was in cm ItirnMi von with grade cards. forn "hiy ride" They gave the Mr. J M. Casebier, who has been Austin Home n pleasant surprise. We invite tin tu to come over again. quite sick for several dajs.ls rtpjittd Misses Attje nnd Side Austin 8cnt somewhat better. I to lie Friday in llarllotd with their mint, Rev J11. Chandler, Jr., will preach Mrs 1. B Ilea 11. nt the Methodist Church next Sunday Missses Mattie nnd Alma Ilarrel 111 rning nt 11 o'clock, and Mises Campfield ntid Tllford, Mr John Willis has sold his store-huii- -e Rockport, were in Ioaii Sunday and dwelling nt Sunnydale to Misses Kmiua nnd Fannie Barnes, Mr C X Dean for $400 00. Messrs. C W. Parrott and 15 P Barnes Mi. n ml Mrs . JJ. Southard, Prcn-ti- t spent Sunday in the country with ite the gue.st ul Judge and Mrs. Miss Viola Pirtle, who is taking vaJno I' M rlon Wednesday. cation with her parents. Col Ion li Nal., of Louisville, wns Misses Anna McKenney ntidAttje th? iMi-- st of the family ol Dr J. K. Austin, Messrs. A. M. Hunt and C. Pendleton the first of the week. P. Austin were in Hartford Sunday . .1 Mr. Jo II. Vickers has moved his evening. Mr. J. II. Nave, Louisville, was in law office into the. vacant room next town Monday and Tuesday. dour to Hi; KKfUUMCAX Office. Mr. Joe Monroe, Chicago, is the Teachers me invjled to call at The guest of his brother, Mr. Felix Mon-to- e ' I J I I t 1 pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fite ?m Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ELLEN DALE. jear Supt. Shultz wants the Institute held mui lists address the Secretary. in Hartford is because the Squire will Privileges sold to highest and best feed their horses for 15c per meal or bidder. Bids close July 10th 1896. 40c per day. R T. Smith, Ellendale, near Curdsville, Ky. A Million Uolil Jlollnre Would not bring happiness to the Remember our campaign offer, Thb person suffering with dyspepsia, but Rkptblican from now until after the Hood's Saisaparilla has cured many election for 25cts, cash. thousands of cases of this disease. It Take advantage of ourlow rate and tones the stomcche, regulates the bowels and puts all the machinery of get your favorite county paper from of the system in good working order. now until Nov. 25, for 25 cents cash It creates a good appetite and gives In advance. health, strength and happiness. Hood's Pills act harmoniously with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver lis. 25 cents. Married on Tuesday July 21st at the residence ol Rev. J. P. Hicks, Mr. Worth Smith to Miss AnnieSpurrier. The event was most auspicious, though but a small crowd was present. In a most beautiful ceremony the Rev. Hicks united the happy couple nnd they immediately took their departure followed by the congratulations of friends. May their batque sail through untroubled seas and each anniversary find them more united. The big Ken'ucky Pair begins this on July 281I1 nnd ends August 1st Five da) n devoted to instiuc-Hoiimiiscmentii nnd rccrentlon. The management nre making mi efiorts to make it the leading fair of the State. There will be nr.d rare alttnctlonsln nil departments. The gorgeous floral hall ol '95 will be eclipsed by the splendor of this year. A $tio Pack-nr- d organ will be given to the best display ot ladies' work in the hall and m J. S Vaught will take care of your $25 00 in gold to the best display of horse during the Institute next week. eacli county represented by at least three displays. The best article ot each class will also receive a liberal premium. The Poultry Exhibit When Dab? tick, re gave her Caitorta. promises to make the poultry show When tii a Child, aha cried tor Coatorla. second to none in the State. Premaho became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When iums liberal and classification lull. When ahe had ClVlreo aha gavetiem Caatorla. New regulation coops nre used nnd poultry judged nccotdlng to the American standard of perfection by T D. Heimlich, the expert judge of e'.vioN. People in Jacksonville, 111, Crops are looking well. this community are done threshing The race track is in most excellent wheat; crop very light; fruit crop is condition, being several seconds fastgood. er than last year. It iswithoutdoubt Mrs. Ada Reed has been sick for one of the fastest half mile tracks in several weeks with throat trouble. the State, and on it will be fine runMrs.Everet Chapman nnd little son ning, trotting and pacingraces, men's, are the guests ol Mrs. Eliza Taylor. children's and women's bicycle races, Mr. Thomas Bennett nnd family mule, hound and goat races and foot spent a few day ncarSouth Carrollton and potato laces. this week, the gusts of Mr. Alney Accommodations for 10,000 people Calloway. that will be in daily attendance will Mr. Wm. Turpin, of Henderson, ample, luxurious and cheap. Beside spent several days last week in this the big hotel there will be a village of neighborhood. tents small tents, family tents and Several of our farmers went to tents big enough to sleep a Sunday Owensboro last week with tobacco. School excursion. S. B. P. Handsome premiums given to couples marrying on the grounds on Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years Wednesday and Thursday. old, living at 618 Monroe street, Excursion rates on all railroads and Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Houey Is the best grip cure, rivers of middle and Western Kencough, lung and bronchial remedy tucky. that has been offered to the people Admission 25c. Tuesday the 28th during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and j being ladies' day, ladies and children under 10 free. Kenfrow Bros., Norrows, Ky. W.,F. Rai'IKB, President Ellendale Fair Co. Squire Vaught says that the reason For further information and prern. This testimonial is unsolicited nnd for the benefit of humanity. My daughter has been subject to severe colds nnd croup and often taken with violent coughing spells nt night. Dr. Bell's Pine Tnr Honey is the only preparation I have fouun Hint will relieve her. 1 think it is ns necessary in the house-holns n Hie preserver on n steamboat. Res'y, B. L Jhssul, Jan. 18,1895 202 W Bridge St , Louisville, Ky. For sale by Z Wayne Grillin&Bro., diugglst, and Renlrow Bros,, Narrows, Ky. d to to All out for Sulphur Springs to attend the Temperance Camp Meeting:. Call on Bullington, thebaiber. i v. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Isaac Stovall 3 00 Tim Best Salvk In the world for a 00 Cuts, Bmises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt SamMoseley Louis Griffin Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap1 co ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Ben Carter 2 00 Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Riley Griffin a 00 .1 Piles, or no pay required. It is guar1 00 anteed to give perfect satlsfaculon or Willie Taylor On the above amounts there is a motey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SALE BY Williams & fee ol $2.00 added to each account. Bell. tf 48 4t John King, Treasurer. I'or Nn I p. I will, as Treasurer of school District No. 1 (colord) ofiTer for sale at the Court House door in Hartford, Ky. , on Monday, August 3,1896, the prop-ert- y belonging to the following named tax payers amount of tax opposite each name: Names. Taxes. Shanks Brooks $1 co ... nt AE0t)t8 Harvoat Timo! Ul'KOI' tucky Progress. ,BRYAN AND SEWELL Only authentic lllojjrnpliy of the Democratic Nominees for President ahead ol all others. and This will be the Democratic II tnd Book ol 1896 and millions will be sold. Losing; Flesh This will be the year of years for the sale of Campaign Book, for there never has been such excitement and controversy over a. National election. Book, will be handsomely illustrated; 650 pages on fine paper, Cloth Binding $1 50; half Morocco llindlug $2 00; by mail, postpaid. Very Liberal Terms to Agents. Agents get to work quick, secure the cream ol the Business, and Coin jilpney. Send for elegant Prospectus 10 cents by mall, nnd take orders at Address, once PUI1LISIIP.RS' SUPPNVCO, 67 &60 Bmllle Building, St. Louis, Mo. Nolle Anyone having about $500 00 to loan, will do well to write to "C" care Tim Rwuhlican, Hartford, Ky. Remember liullington can give you he very host in III tonsorlal line You naturally lose flesh In the summer and running down The young people of town gave a Is so easy. You get a little delightful dancs in the vacant rooms weaker each day without hardly noticing It. There Is loss of over J. W, Fitd&fCo'a Jeed btore night. It was rather a surappetite, headache, weakness Tuesday prise dance, but a large number were of the muscles, disturbed sleep, in attendance, and a plensmt time weakness of memory, and these was spent by all who attended, are the beginning of nervous The lollowmg named persons have Iron and tonics prostration. and bitters may afford some paid their subscription to Tim SyU since temporary relief, but what you vester White, J. our last issue. Iloise H, ,,Monh, need Is a food for body, brain Branch; O,' P. Willis, Palo; W, M. and nerves. Ileflin, Heflln; Ansel Wilson, Kosiie; In the case ot W. II. Dames vs. J II. Thomas, in which the pl.dutilt sued the dtfendeut for negligently falling a tree intended for siw logs upon a cow ol the plaintiff; the jury found a verdict for the deleudent E S Sc5tBmu!ston. of Cod-liv- er Geo, M. Maddox, Cernlvo; Jno. W. Tichenor, Poiut Pleasant. Oil with the furnlshesjust the nourishment needed for those who are run down and pale and thin and weak. If you lose flesh In summer take Scott's Don't valt till fall or winter before beginning. Emul-slorwc- Vur mIh at ,.. an J it ru liv all di utr I Uta. Lst Saturday we sent out notices to some subscribers who are behind on their subscription and as yet have not heard from n single one ol them. This is n bad wny to treat a ti'.'wspa-- J per, take-i- t on ere lit and then not answer a dun when it is cent you Let us hear n teply from evetyone of ynu nt mice. ' I piosperlty of this country Is gteitly depending upon the election ot the The club will be Republican ticket. known as the Render Republican Club. J. II. Glover was selected to represent the colored people with the aforesaid Mcjohnsou Club at FrankWilliam CiiRisTtAN.Blacksmith, fort on t'ae 28th Inst. The meeting McIIenry, Ky. was well attended, J. D. Walker was I have used Liquid Electricity lor Is cuts, cramps, colic, etc., aud find it chairman pro tern, and J II. Taylor permanent secretary. to be a rapid healer, and reliable rem a I'lmsntil llayrl.le. Mrs. Annus Duncan, Monday night was a gay time for edy. McIIenry, Ky. folks of town. A large the joung to aupoint I am authorized party had prepared for a moonlight is hayride, and long hi fore nlghtevery-thin- g and am prepared to furnish was in readiness for the merry same with this wonderful remedy. jaunts The young folks had eru Correspondence solicited. ployed Mr. A. McCrocklln to tike D. S. DUNCAN, Gen Agt , once. them out (or the picnic. The follow, McIIenry, Ky. 52 8t is ing named young people composed , . I'ouI Hem. the party:, Quarterly Court opened Tuesday. Misses Bertie Morton, Susie White, Corinne Cox, Jessie Allen, F.tta Common wealth against J. M. Leach, Mugqle Guenther, Mary dismissed, settled. Same ngainst R. Thonia3, a Nail. Myrtle nnd Lizzie Chandler. II. Wallace, treasurer ol white school Messrs. Charlie Rosers, Henry Nail, district No' 8, continued on telcrence Hall's Hair Renewer renders the Clarence Field, Robert Walker, James to J. A, Smith, commissioner. Larkln Williyms vs P Ross on ap- hair lustrous nnd silken, gives it an Thpmas, Iee Stevens, Willie King peal Irom justice C L Woodward's color, nnd enables women and Wayne Gilfun. court, W, llurke Wade made a party even to put It up in n great variety of Miss Coleman ch iperoued the par-l- defendant nnd continued, Brooks Vantress nnd Perry Vantrcss styles Money to Loan. 825,000 oil desirable farm property tor a term' ot years. Call at the Ohio County Bunk 01; to R. E. Lee valuable family medicine Duncan Phnman, McIIenry, Ky, I have healed several scalds nnd burns very rapidly by the use of Liquid Electricity. I think it the best healing remedy I ever used Colored llPiuhllrnua meet ill lleuilrr l.ail Niiluriliiy. Pursuant to call issued by the Republican League of Prank-for- t, Ky , J, D. Walker succeedel in getting the colored people of Render and McIIenry organized into a club. The colored people believe that the Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. A ConTlnclne Teallmontal. $im merman. s; NOTICE: If your subscription rot One subserhition . not union, out i.ouu subscriptions amount to great deal. paid, please send in the money at x. a. 3 Hiss Ella Kdiitz. "For 19 years I suffered from heart trouble. During that time I waa treated bj All of them Bra different pbjulclant. Clatmod that I could not tx cured. I waa greatly troubled with thortnesa ot breath, palpitation and pain In the aide. If I became excited, or exerted myaelf In the leaat, the pain In my aldo becamo very aerere. At times It aoemed aa though nuJiu vtrt lAouf-in- g lAruuo my ifcb. Sometime In the month ot November laat, I commenced taking & . ..l DR. MILES' HEART CURE- - and since then I have Improved ateadily. I can now aleep on my left aide, something I had never been able to do before. I can walk without being fatlguld, and am In much bUtr htam lAari cwr lton, I would recommend all aufferers from heart trouble to try Dr. Miles' Invaluable remedy without MISS ELLA KDUTZ, delay." 813 Wright St., Milwaukee, Wis. Dr. Miles Heart Core Is sold on that the drat bottle will beneai. .lldruiriiUUaeltltBtll. bolt e tot to, o Dr. Allies' Heart Cure I "& .. ii llarllOl'd KcpilOllCllU . i I'ltmw Jtir.v t 1896. TO CUT DOWN WAGES. j .r;lnff the Worklugmmn In Clie.p Slltrr Dollar. Hornet) Holes, of Iottn, Is danker than his fellow slltcrltes, tvho scheme pretend thnt their would benefit the working classes. In a recent intertlew he mijs: "I lint cm self In this stnto two farms, paid for largely with money 1 bene iipxuent deposition In Ixitll pill tll'HllOt enrned us a lawyer. One Is fnim of to take the only miy out, which, If T ?,100 ucies of lnnd, ujiiI the other conlimy surest It, Is to uccopt the slttm-tlo- u With the tireicnt tains 1,000 ncri-B- . thut (lie I'oinuicrvc of the noilil price of Inlioraud the present price mild has crrnted for Itself, to rceognl-- o Its for farm products, no man In the world (rencrnl acceptance of the gold titnnd could tnke cither of these farms, ctcn If ii lil, (mil, tenting to commerce the I should present him with the ground, things that belong to commerce, to rennd make n ilolKir out of It, 1 mean, of sist liny iittcnipt at Interference either course, that he could not equip the li cur own goicrniiient Independently farm nnd pay Interest on the money or liy nny combination between Itnml Intested In the equipment nnd wages those of other nations. for labor out of the Income he would "I'ersonnlly I bclictc gold to bo fur get by selling the pioduets. A fniiuer nupeilor to nny other ntniiiliiid thnt Is Is usslsted by who works himself nnd eicn remotely practicable, but If our COXOtlEB-IONAthe Kibor of sons unci daughtcin cmniiiprce preferred sllier I should conpay. Hut sider It tucaauri'lcNi Imiiertlnence on could make a small farm Senators Hon. William C. LltuN r.o farm Is profitable when conducted the part of congiess to Interfere with i nay, lion. J, (J. S Dlackhurn. mnnufaeturlng busl-neton the bosls of thnt preference. And mi, certnln ns I Representative Fourth Dwtrict nnd obundnnt money Cheap urn thnt our commerce finds It more , Hon. John W. Lewis. remedy for this Intolerable the only piolltnblo mid licit til ul to use gold ox n HTATl! I.ntllSI.ATUIIK. Rtate of things." stnndnrd, I nm nil the more opiiosed . he to nny nttempt by congress to Interfere This in u cundltl admission thnt Peiiatnr Hon, A, D. James. thinks thnt wages are now too high, nnd with the nntiinil course of l)iilnes. Keprpsptitativo Ohio County IIn. that In onie way flee sllter will gltn llad ns Mould lie the effect of C. M. Harnett. labor. The mere fteo sllter, oro and more of us me the farmers cheaper OHIO COUNTY. fact of nn lncreae In the price of fnrin concluding a few jcnr,i of nppre- - ' products would not make farming profCIHCUIT cotritT. henslon nnd flnnuclul paralysis, such If, ns Is claimed by most of the - ' itable. ns Hon. W. T. Owen, Jinlgc Owens-burt hate hr.d, would be more damto one leadeis, wngco would be nglng tlinii the actual experience of sixteen doubled along with doubled prices of fit- coinage of Kilter, a tri.it of which Him. J, Kdvvin Uowo, Attorney ttcrj thing the farmer buys. Mr. Holes would nt Irtist catabtlsli certnln fnctp 0vcnbnro. tW.rly expects that the rcsultof "cheap mid destroy sundry delusions." J. W. Rlack, Jailer -- Hartfonl. nnd abundant luonex" will bo the prac(5. 11. Likens, Clerk tThprv It Would Go. Harlloid. tical seduction of the price paid for The fiee coinage boat Is pretty much To the warning of the true bimetal-list- s nil whistle, and w lieu tills sixteen to one H. I). Kingn, Muster Commissioner fnrin labor. This would no doubt be that free sliver coinage nt sixteen whistle blows the puddle wheel stops. II tery good thing for u rich limn with Ilarllord. Hut u licit does to one by this government ulone would Much noise und little work Is the rea3.5G0 Hires of land. G It Likens, Trustee Jury Fund the poor laborer think of the scheme? drlte gold out of use ns money and so son why tlie boat don't go. Iliirllotil. Are the Amerlcnii people ready to tote cause a disastrous contraction shallow Cul. P. Koowu, Stieriir-Hartl- ord. Cucuu of Tree Nltver Crac. critics siiecrlngly nsk: "Where would for n debased currency which will reSamuel Kcown Ilarllord The causes of the free silver cra.e tire Deputies the gold go to?" duce the wages of the workers? Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. It. It would go where It wcntdurlngtvnr thought by the Haltiinoiv Sun to be iVext In Importance to the confession Bishop, Centcrtowu; S. T. Stevens, which caused that free sllter would cut down wages time either nbroud or Into hiding or "the same find udtoeates the greenback Cromwell. In to many heresy to Into vaults ns u commodity for specuU the admission that "n farmer who Court convenes first Monday in stutes of the union "(i ,tenis ngo the works himself enn make u small fiirm lative gambling. It would go where gold bus gone !u feeling of mi est anil n ileslie for u M.i icli and Auiinet and continuestliree pay." What kind of farmers docs Mr. lloies expect to see pnxqier? Men who every free coinage country In the wotld chnngr, 110 mutter what, produced by tvteks. nnd third Monday in May and out of sight or ns the leserve fnr hard times, bad business nnd lack of two weeks. liat c bought up big tracts of Inml w hlch uiployment the desire, eouseious or banks. COUNTY COt'RT. they hold out of use In the expectation debtors to scale their Ciold is now in funeral tius cur unconsc'ous, of of selling it ut n high price, and in the Jnlm P Morton, Judge Harttord. them in n depreciated 1). M. Hocker, Clerk meantime nre working It with hired rency in the 1'iicilio states. It is held debts by paying Harttord. labor?' That Is not flip kind of fniuicis by the government nnd by bnnks In nil currency the vague idea that 'more E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d, - money In circulation' means mom which Americans wish to see tin he. parts of the country ns u teseive to stiCuuit convenes first Monday in The man who owns nnd works his own tain the elieulntloii of greenbacks and money in each individual'! pocket, notes and to maintain tho out leferencc to his meni's oroppoitu- - cscli month. land Is the Ideal fanner of this country. iUAitrEitt.Y coimr. The big estate with Its "gangs" of hired bnnk credits. It sertcs perfectly Its , nity to curn or acquire It Renins ou tlie third Monday in men may do while new territories nn function ns money. W hen it govs to a Kltliug the fluiise, I'tft July and October. being opened up, but the welfare of the premium, it will nolongerdo this. The Hnltinioro Sun points out that January, April, COUUT Of CLAIMS 1'ice coinage menus sliver monometrepublic dccudson the men whoculti-tnt"our 'good' times have in the past Convenes first Monday in January, the soil owning the laud they till. allism. N. Y. World. been times when foreigiicis wcie Doles thinks himself entitled If intcbting mouey freely nmong us. It and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday Where Tlivj Vflll Uet Slaney. to an income from his hind without was not altogether or chiefly our own in October. Asked by 11 Washington correspondworking it hluiK'lf, he is tery much savings thnt mude business biisk. It OTIIEK COUNTY OFFIKKIta. Id where ent of the Chicago Times-Her- n mistaken, Xo farmer should prosper the continued Influx of foielgu G S. Fitzhugji, Surveyor Sulphur they could get the funds with which to tvns who simply "ow ns land" nnd expects to gold. Now we nre unfortunately iso- Spiiugs. make n profit out of other men's labor. carry on a brief silver campaign after lated by the threat of the sllter basis, X. 0. Dauiel, Assessor Cromwell. they had made their nominations nt and shall lie bottled up Industrially If That under free silt era few men could Z U. Shult., School Supt, HartChicago, one of the silver letideisbent tte slinll ever actually reach It. Oar use cheap money to speculate In land ' ford. lib heud forwnrd und whispered confand get ilch out of the toil of the undertheorists kill the goose that laid the L. W. Hunt, Corone' Sulphur paid laborers is the tery best reason identially: 'Trom the owners of silver golden egg." Springs. why the masses should vote ngnlnst it. mines nnd bullion out west wo will get RUSSIA MOVES FORWARD. nil the money wo need." Mr, C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Gov. Holes admits that the farmer AtMDdon th Iteiircriutru Sllner Jlonej Keeper, Hartford. who works can innke his farm pay. Hut Heat That Silver Call DspftcU und Adopts (lulil. JL'SriCKs.' COUKT8 In another part of the snine Interview he There Is a field for bllter Inour curAfter more thun half a cintury's ex- FoitDdVibLi:. J. A. Rowling-- sa8 thnt farms bought ?0or25 years rency sybtem just as there is for paper, lwrtinrwi villi, lI,.mi. 1n,t,,.,n.,nlllu... n...l , n, . r, T ngo cannot be made to pny interest on but it Is one which Is subordinate to lint money Itusski ha. adopted the gold "arreu s rerry, Jiarcu i, uuue u, their cost. This is a strong argument gold. Tho United States cannot allord, standard. September 19. December 1.9 against cheap money, for It was the citherns a matter of honor or self Interlliifoui). Ben F. Graves March This has been done in pursuuncc of geecnbuck Inflation of the war period est, to abandon the pro&cnt single standIiussla's detc'rnilnatlon to press forvvurd 2(5, June 25, September 24, Decem- which put the price of land so high ard. X. Y. Advertiser. li the muivh of the nations. ber 24. thut the men who bought farms liato In lid'J the sllter ruble was cstul.- H.HTK01tD. A S, Allll March 5, lieen stiiiggllng etcr since to pay for llshed by imperial decree as "the legal Juue 4, September '.I, December 3. -them. The heavy mortgages, with and unalterable metallic unit of the KoINK. C. L. Wmslward lilgh Interest latcs, which ore crushing "ief1!,,,ssi'"lt'mP're" March 13, June 12. Seplember 11, so many farmers, lime their origin In i r. . the high speculative price of land the imce of other grent nations with n uPn"ier l caused by the cheap money craze of the Jont B. Wilson sllter btandnrd and has therefore ' '""Mwn.i, last generation. 1'reo coinage would i Match chunged toUiegoldstundiml. i, Juue , September 5, De the etlls brought nbout by the r 5. Sllter will still be freely Ubed In Uie . overissues of greenlmcks, nnd while not Iliisslau currency ns it Is in the cur. helping the present owners of forms rency of all nations tv hlch have the gold would benefit speculators nnd make It standard, and 140,000,000 ounces of slLouisville Dental Co., harder for the millions of landless nnd lter ure tobepurchaMtl to take tliopluca honielcrs men to get n piece of land on of the Russian lf about which to make a living., pnHT currency. Mr. Holes Is etidently n sincere man Tlie adoption of tho gold standard nnd is iidtocntlng free silver with the SUbSCl'l )U011S 1111101111 1 will therefore result in n great idea that It will help men. like himself, of tlie monetary system of who own big tracts of land. BiitnMlic yenrs ngo Ihat country. Twenty-fiv- e only results of thnt policy would lw the the Itusslau ruble had n purchasing repudiation of debts, the reduction of power of 74 cents in gold. It hns fallen wages nnd the enrichment of the men Kemember 1. I, nulhugton is the to about 40 cents, owing to the Immense who speculate In land but do not work boss barber and will .j jour tvoik Increase In the production of silver nnd themselves, he Is not n safe guide for quick nnd easy. the general adoption of tho gold standhonest eltUens. Whldden (Iraham. ard by the civilized world. Itussla has acted wisely In abandonrurm tVanet sua 1'rontH THE BOLTERS' APPEAL. ing n depreciated money standard, and Holes, of Iowa, says he cantho ndoptlonof the gold standard will not pay the present rate of wngesnucl VoulUli Iteaiuu Oltvii for Their .rtloa make the empire a still ruoro powerful by the Ujltliic hllver IlrpubtlruuH. make his 3,JO0.Bcre farm jmy. Ho 4 W.M.St. factor In tho affairs of Europe, und tho At a becret conference of the bolting favs thnt no fanner who has to hiro his silver delegates to the St. Louis convenworld. Atlanta Journal. help can make money ut fanning under tion an ncldress to tlie people of the, the gold btandaru. . i I., i o. The Moimtrouii Wrong. HlandKiys that wages of all kinds will V""" "V" .' ' $5 to $7 "The monstrous wrong" for which Gold Crowns Bit en to the ,..,. ,.i.,n... Ihlsdecliirutioi. of ,un ,,,! 3 to 5 Holes arrulgns the republicans Is, I'oictlnju Crowns fiee doctllue was It would naturally be inferred from after coinage consideration by preparrcl Oor. l'hlludelphla Telegniph suys. "the Hest fet ol teeth (no better made careful Seuutos the Holes' statement that he wants free no matter how much you paj) . $8 coinage to lower faruiwiiges wthutthc Teller, Dubois unci Cannon and other wrong of giving the lxxir man the best Gold fillings $1 up big funnels can niuke money out of tho bllver leadeis nnd may theicfoie bo money In the world und assuring him Silver filling; 75c thut what little property he may posheld to emliody the stiongest argulalior of others. Hlnnd's opinion eviKxtrnctinfr, pel tooth dently Is thut five coinage would lw n ments tvhleh iviii be found In favor of sess or may acquire shall not lie put In l'ainless extracting; with Vitalized 25c Jeopaidv by the uucertulntlcsof u shiftthe sliver stiiudiiid. good thing for the farm laborer nnd Air The gi omuls on which Senator Teller ing and questionable, currency; ilia 50c therefore, wi fur as wages mo conKxtracting Iree when Artificial cerned, u had thing for tlie 1ms fnnn- - and his associates usk for biiport urn wrong of insisting that the dollar paid the. assertion thnt "tlie binsj, of our to the wage earner shall be worth 100 Tctth are ordutd. Office permanenttrs ly located The two leading free coinage iulvc ;;,ollel' u "vlatltely contriictlug:" that cents mid slmll not be cut down to SO our flnunelal isdictutcd eiiWs should get together. It might llor nations;" policy"we produceby cied cents." nil the thut alto lie well for fanners and "farmWHAT MAKES THEM POOR? A. very brief and strong document necessaries of llfe.whlhs other nations hands" to Investigate tlicsu conflicting consume our products;" that "theies-toiutlo- n A Free sllter Kindergarten I.etnon far entitled, 'Minufacture" a coiupin-so- n Matuiieuts. tlie llenellt uf Tltute t liu eixl It. of blmetnllism by this counol the development under the What Is it mukeshoiuo people poor? !vlii; Hunk IH'iMiHltom, Aviivke. try will double the busts of our money American policy of Protection with Tlie crime of 1873. "All the gieal havings hunks stines, system!" that "fulling prices aie tho How did thnt "crime" cause poverty? the opposite policy in other countries with tlie exception of Cullforniu, votecl deadliest curse, of national life," und ot the by His Kxcc Henry, Chas. Warren Ily strlUng dowu for the gold plank ut St, Louis," buys thu that "bimetallism will help to In lug IJotuu Tiuiiscrlpt. "it is safe to ay nbout the gieat hojie of every soelnl i i- money of the country. How much sliver mouey wau "Jierc In IJppitt ol Rhode Island, has been that the tote for the gold plank stood nformer" of better conditions for the by the American Protective Tarthe United States In 167.1? for neuily the total human nice. Ou this plat form tho Less thun $80,000,000. iff League. It is known as Defender nnd peihaps inoie." Thefe devoters nominated Senutor Teller ns an How miieli have we nutv? 0, posits, (.mounting to nunc than Docttivent No. 60. indcM'iidcnl free eoliiugu candidate for million Six hundred nnd twenty-fiv- e mv iugs, us the in e the i ulny-dapicsldcut. dollnrs. Tiiuikeitpt s.iys. of the "tolling Thet.e claims of the sllverrcpiibllenus I heard of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar HonDoes this increase ot about $350,000,-0- 0 nbout whom the sllveittes are so me nil untrue. Instead of contracting, look like u reduction in the volumo ey for sale at the Stoie ot Messrs. gicatly coueeinid. The Tiuiiscrlpt the basis of our ciiriency Is steadily InGauti, Burnett & Co's, Grantsbuig, udds: "Itccl.onlng their dependents, creasing, The production of gold Is of our silver money? III. ,and meeting many commendations So Seuutor Stcttnrt enys. then" depositors stand for a very now nlsiut $:'oo,ooo,ooo ivcryenr, ami of What i'uumw floods, droughts, weovll, from different persons ol its wonderiropoitlon of tlie cntlie poptills over $130,000,000 Is mlded to tho ulation of the fulled Stutes. If free win Id's i.tock of money. Our stock of lsilltvorms, gi iisshopHTS, gophers and ful merits, I thought I would try a other tevils which Injure the formers' bottle 1 have been seriously effected roln.ige triumphs, hese ileposlts will lull legal tender sliver lliir nn tumii I tor 25 years with n cough and pains "' "i '""" j ' i ,lm ii vlrtualh be cut In halves." from less thun $M.,0(M),ooo 1873 to luegonisianiiaiu. $55(),00(),iioou in 1800. i' What tv 111 malic the rows give more in my side and bieast thatI were runs, HOW TO SETTLE IT. jnir me a miserable life. spent lain Our piesent tluiineliil Jiolley was de i milk, the sheep grow more wool, the of dollars with doctors and tor Only tin,. Uiijimt nt (In- Hllver .u.i.tlmi, ' llbcriitclv adopted by the rejucsenta-I hogs w elgh tw ice us much and the hens medicines, but everything tailed until w..nur. lives of the Aineilenn Incongiess ( 1..S-It I Hied this wuiidtrlul lemctly. o.igie.siimi, .Id,,, Is.. Witt Warassembled. The charge that It was die- - I lay bigger eggs? The silver standard. a iposmcvi iinuiixiiMiiUie haul l'. ti.t..,l t.i- r,...,t beats the world nnd saved my lite. I t hit i Nuiiio some of tho silver standard recommend Dr. Hell's PineTur Honey Maud in u ilseiiloi, of the money , on the. men chosen to 'countries? . ipustlou In tho New uik Jiiuiuul ol mnke our laws to everybody with weak lungs, It is China, India and Mexico. nny i. i nuke many i astern men, ill'. II gicat success. J II Host-Li.The Idea thnt this Is u country of Are tlie people of these countries more May 30,1895, Mumcr li.is u Iilgli opinion of thu nbll (irnntshiirg 111 while other nations me conprosperous thun the American farmers ity, chiimeter und motives of thesllvei sumers only Is too silly for iiigiiineut. For sale by Z WnyneGiilTin & Urn , jnnd workers? people. Ho tlilnl.stliut lnith tile hudeii l'oreveiy dollar's drii"gist, and Kenlrow llios , Nar No; area great deal poorer, and tluiM' In the milks of the Uteen se abioud we buyworthof product; wiluck ut some time u ' Why theynot their silver money cnado rows, hy. has to one iirmy tuc cainesl, luduatllou, dollar's ninth of foielgn pioduetH, Ithose countries richer? sober nnd Amerlenii which wncouxiiine. WiM'onsuineiu lie Mire to get Simmons I,iver RegAsk something easier. , who are sunn ting under actual long run iwuctly ns much as we tho It there uro mont poor jvcoplaln lher ulator tor j t ur Ppt ing Mtdiclne grievances. in to the- - mil inilse of v.hleh It's they nil) gieutly mistaken. We ipiute The claim thnt "blinctullUiii." by staiidard countries than In gold using the old reliable thntdid the old folks nations, how would free coinage of SO the fallowing us n pint of Mr. Wutner'-- i which Is meiint free colnuge at sKtee'n si iiilich good. Don't let anyone tlevts. toone, will ilouhlu the basis of nurHion-i- y cent dollars almlish poverty In the United States? persuade you to take anything else "This pioposed law to mnke people system Is not believed by the silver-lie- s This Is ono of the things that nobody instead. You cm always tell accept sliver Is not asked for by anytheuuelves. They know better, for body who tvuiils silier. It is Just liu. they know that with the bullion viilm-o- f ican find nut. I.iver licgulntor by the Red Z ruiise people do not want silver mid silver nt thirty to nne, the cheuper on the package. Don't forget the hii I r. will not take It unless compelled todo metal would drive out the more mime Regulator Simmons I.iver A good btulnest in Hatlford, Ky. tvonl hi thut our free silver friends want u ble. Thus, In ,hu1 of doubling law to innl.c them tnke It, Tue only of nuriuoiic,frcesllvcTiiioiioinetiilliiii Over $t,oo clrartd last year. A te.ulatnr better than anything else, people wlu tvnnt thu luvt ure, therefore, would cut it i, t,vi,v foi ml sure to do you good uutcl out wood opportunity for the right man. not tlio'i' vvliov c ntml ir, Im t those who of elrcill.itlou cateTiiB IlAUTi'oan Addiess "Cash" 1'alllng prle. bu I'ue iilmust rutin' tvtlllt togeililof r or wjio, owing ln Im no now ultli T)i Wlli".il tiu. All vln buuUluxllir Dr. UIUm' 1'sta Fill, i'uni and thinking tiny can Luv silver Jy to lunirove.' ihinU of production KiU't'HMCAK, Hatllord, Ky, 11 11 1m11 ' s more cheaply, tin3"iiik'o Uiolrc'rcd Itors take. It Instead. It may be, said flint, ns to futures matters, wo could tnnko special contracts cnlllnir (or sold. 'Hint Is Jiut what they cnu (to now In leiranl to nlhcr. An n matter of furl, a lnitfenml Increanlnir ironrtlon of do proilile specially fur imymetit In cohl. 11 le li;iilflcuiit tliut no one hears of xlltcr cuntrnctH. Tlicicnxun Ih no one pre f or slhor except for the mir. pote of fnrcliii; It tioii Koine oncelm'. "The most Fcrlona foil tine of theprvf ent Kltiiatlon N not hi much the In which we find ouiwIioh an fhn v t1ucK hr.Jfr on tuo fnrin or in the workshop can crento wrnltli mora cnslly than In former yenrs. This STATIS Ol'1'ICIAI.S menus that the musses enn get Gnvcrtwr William O. Hmillr-more of tlie itcrc rm left nnd lilMirles Lieut Governor gicat of life, mid It Is therefoie J. Worth-iugtmblowing, mid not curse. Other reasons for falling pi Ices lire tlie new Charles Kiuley. iurces of production opened up In Atlornoj (Jeneral W. S. Titflnr. various pints of tlie world In recent inlitor StimticI II. Stonu. .tears. The gold standard has had Treasurer Geo. W. Ijoiig. nothing todo with the lower prices. Cnmniitsiniicr ul Agriculture, llor- The claim that "lilmetnlllsm (silver j.iicus mill niniistics .1..111....1 ...it i,ri,. ..!.,.. ..... .. ., ...... .i. iiciiiiuru .,.,, .lll.ll..,,, .Ill.ir.,,, great hope of every soclnl reformer" ,' "loiirc. Siipsrinlomlent Public liiatructlon- would - inoie convincing If It were ne lompnnlcd by Information ns to liow It Geo M. Davison. Register Land Office UI1B8. O, would do It. In the absence of proof general promises of better conditions Heynolcl. under free silver nre nltogelhr Insurauco Bureau Comtnissione- rtoo tiigue for sensible men to tnke risks ) W, Comilil'nro on. ApotlcyttlileliileiH-ndsoiibnselesU. Collier. A.ljl.tnnt Geiicral-- 1). nssertlons und lsltlt Krterslon of g, Ulinu-M- rs. Mry Hri,wn fuels can never gain the support of u ' .. ninlorltv of tlie Amerlcnn iwonle. ,,. nnd ., ItAII.UilAI) COUMIWIoNIMiS. me inovcineni iichihci iiv c' . ici- rciinior If r Is therefore doomed to failure. Inn C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Ppniney, II, S. Irwin, Secretary Smalt Hoot, llll tt'liUtlr. Samuel F. llrovvn. General Directory. KiMII tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmammmmmm Ktt?jtxvvevs i. I wf linRTT years' th world has $& i i iTF 1 for Infante nnd Children. otur-.tlt- m of rni'nria Uh the vtron-- - of millions of peroni, riermlt tie to epeatt of It vrlthont (tneeilog. It Is nnqntlon-lil- y the boL retnedr for Infiuits and Children ltlpan.i Taliulns Rcntlecalliartic. Ulimiib T.ilnilos I'urocnnstlpatlun, ltlpans Tabiilcs for sour Rtoiiincn, UlpaiiH Taliules: pleasant laxative, ltlpans Taliules euro liver troubles. iishIhI illneiitloti. cure bait laeatli. euro bllloitsncHS. Itlp.uii. T.ibillPH : ono Rlvrs teller, Illp.lllH Tubules nun Itullcpstloil. Itlpins Taliules nun (orplil liver. ltlpans Itlpana ltlpans ltlpans ltlp.uis 'labulCB, HIlKlllA TnbuloB rnrn nausea. Ulp.lllS Taliulrs : at ilrtiftRlsts. Illp.ltlS TabttlcB niroillzzlnrsfi. ltlti.ins Tabtilcs rnrn linailaellO. 4 n. j Tannics Tahltles T.iliulcs Tubules Taliules cure llatnlnni'o, euro ilyspepsM. 'if. nr -- uotrn. It Ulismtltn, Chlldrea like It. It iTABLER'SDII BUCK EYE ... ..... 1 ' thorn something whloh U child's raedlolnw. give It will -s snvs tlich- - lives. In It Mothers h- -e -- Tviulutoly iiitfe an jurjjollc'j crfeotm i WotTut. Tomltlng Snnr CnriT. nnd V t ,.t i'aln. ng HUM V OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE Ctorta, Citort doetro- Cottorla llyrovorl?itiMii. pre-e- nti Csitor- l- euros Dl-nh- roa BEST nEMEDYfor PILES. nnd CEHTAIH CURti twi in unfirn v nitunii- 4 iw;uHi-i- nn ihn ItY M.I. nitllllfllMTS, - ... V 11 s. Csitorl- - rolloToi '1'oet-l- Tronlc. of. ri(iiri!:niK HOI. II co.jTiioJit. 1 I ,nt n. - Cottor- l- euros Constipation nnd nentr-lls- os tho offoots of ritrbnrlo nolit polionom ileee wot eontnlu morpllne, oiiluni, or other nnrootlo proiiorty, Ceitorla -- cilmllatee tlio food, reeulto tho utoirch nnd bowul, giving loaltlir and n.tnral sloep. hjttloe rmly. I tl a . olil In hulk. is put tip hi on-i- tj Don't aUotr any ono to sell you anything also on tho plea or promts that It Is "Juit a good" and "will answer every purpose." B that yon ret C- A - S - T - O - K - I - A. eoe l. C-t- orl The slgnatnro of fo-lmllo c " W&&U i,"Try yFPr- Civpicti. anJ cbtilnM and ttll rl- VrwlnifJ for -- nnvai--anl OunOffictisOrpoiiTU.s, pATCNTOrritc tiJ weranir ur rstntu Icm tuu iU4 ihuM rr mote f(tm bead tnuJcl, drawing or " vtp-lion- . W aJvlw, If putfnublt or ik4, (rt U tiAl tin till titnl l iivurJ VKirr. Onf Tradf-Mr- ,MBibi' Hr mm V m & M 1 Hk mi! ft iW LTJ rrt. I A coat unt free fi "How rutMitT. lti U. ol anie in -- r0 l Of Ar A fUIli Opp, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. OKI f ww IV Patknt Orrict. Waihihoton. D. C. B. A JJ re, S. ii uj fortlfn .'tint," wltV rki fTf Ull- IjRDVEI k Walnut SAVS3 YOUR TEETH AND MONEY BY OOIMQ 70 THK LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Ave. Th enter DullfJio;, on 4th bet. Green Thin U tlie iUcr where jou can hareyoar deatal vrork done bettrr an J for t nmnej than In the South. tWcrr mwratitf lu thlioflice l an nivrt irraduateof not !rt thia itiiv titli.r itRlc-l- n ht i'arit e ierioncc, (remember nu ntutleutt) cajuMo and willing tt (fit. to any adrke er tllny toitlber jimr natural or artificial teeth. WemakeeTer branch o(Unti try aiee.lalty. lleit e. of tevih on rubier, $ia iroirnlol to fit and atratnit ttreakare fnr fir ctven with every iwt, Uold lHUnifn)l W and up; l'nre Sllrar filllnc written ittlier latlc Hllliiir, 54V. Our crown and hrldir work, or teeth without plain are Mruti.ind serkeatile an your natural tenth and at price lwer than the lowest. We can extract vuur ttclh and put In new one nanin day. Teeth rttracted 25c.. free, A without pafu. Yuii can make appwlntmentt by mall. AUitui-ulatlo- u hi attendance, at I I ' with-treasu- notice: our prices. jrr. all 7V: A ai firm, and Udy -- & J,f,-- & 'fbW'&r o LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avenue Theater Bull-In- TASTELESS ?, th St., bet. Qrccn anil WalnuL lMtEI'AHATIONS IOU THE- - Ld A new GREAT Ol Xovemlicr !l BATTLE ulicaily -- urt 'l niuli-- r uhv WARRANTED. TDN8I- I9JU3TASCOODFORADULT3 (Jai.atu, M lutlii,Mo. mtlil yeir. ni -- Lmi-ri-i PRICnOcts. It ...........,mii., ., PRESIDENT or , E UKITEC STftTES IKTODE ELECTED, AND n) bottUt c ,i CifntlDon -- We ui Clio VIC'S TAHTi:lF8 CI1IU. TONIC anj btm In all or lf thit UHitfhl thr bav ot II ycaia. Iti II drutf urh unlferaal aalia an arltcl Inai vtf n.Tfr uuri trulv. XacihMi aa jtfUf luulc ij., Wot. IC tm, yt. .Sc Atkr.CAun ACo. . NOTICE:- - If your H I. !. re-e- nt subseription is ot paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 a great deal. 2ZIt, h . t"'b Will, as ahvnyii lt fniiiiil in tlif ihlckrj'f ol tho fiylit, linttlinu Vinroiinlv Itr lat!urIL t'ir b'ltinil llui'iiifMi I rmcii f. winch will tinner I Mifptrii v to the iShIiuii 4datvaji('rlMj TRCATI.D itintuurtlt cur- UY MAIL PATIENTS THENEWYOHr-WEEKL- Y TUIHUNE i imt only tlie Icuilinp cm.ad.u'.lilt;, r.T artli ulari aU.rA with tarap, KopuhlicHn iitAvtpaperiii the country, but U u National UK. onYUUKuM)u--j-..luiatirt. Faiuily Newspaper. Its caiiipain ncwa iiml iliriiffiniu will iiitcrtct every Ainoricnii R.I.P-AN-All t'ii' triu'got the ilay, Fnifiiiii Corresioiiilonc, Agricultural Depart-iiie- nt, M'trkrt Itepoi;. ImihImoii I'liitei" with cluhiratc ilicriiti"iife ami a va iiiii'H-- i, l rloty nt iti'iiiHot mnke up nil iilpnl Fiiniilv Paper WVl.iii.wliTHE UEI'UMLICAN .ml NEW YOK WEEKLY REGULATE THE TltlltUN'E, IhiiIi j.apem 1 -oii-zeS liciin-t'linli- ffi Hill I'or fate by Willinni fell FATFOLKQR EDUOKD ttrlnsy iliIHic ui prao- - hoiianinif. unmifii r niii- r pnMir'trrai liralth ami Uautin4rintbitf4i. ABULES AND BOWELS t) ONE YEAR Adilrcn' all iiult;rH to tlui STOMACH, LIVER AND PURIFY THE DLOOB. ttne kktvn HAHTFOUII RKPUKI;ICAN. Write your name and ndilrp.ss nn a o.stal card, send it to Rioni 3, Triliiiti; liuildlnp;, New S'orV City, and sample copy NI'.W YOKK' WKKKI.Y TRIilUNK will lie mailed to von TlieCotuier Journal, Louisville l.ouihville l'lit, I ouiiville Times, N V Sun I'liilailelpliiaTniies. Halt E,y. Gio. lies W f X T iraniMUW aavciuaj, r wr jx. vr wrdvr.4 f t t&t ar. buiaU, tiAjntl I vial, lotrnti AdJro I m IT(o- -U iJiruaKhOfarvtt-truMU- J all 41 urcM.lte 11 real af ! llaval. J f taa iumm., Lltir tllana Tatata cnnlala nothing Injorlova l f tl tuuil J. rooiiitutlon. Ar i twaaanl U f T auu r,iv nii-rilara jt llrs4btt'i.llrtltlty rFta,lkrl Ui.r lnblr..lllaata(ltali'BipUiUaf HIIUNH TAUI UT ar Ue .t WiJI- T r.r iHtllxectUa. IlllUa.n ;- - olTIIK THE RIPANS CHEMICAL a it irixcK bt.icit, xr.r Tiut CO., f 1 1 i. .... """,,.?., pie. OWENSBORO,KY. ii'tiii; Great St. Louis Cyclone Tlir Clnlj l'MMiilrlP lliMili mm ggp i THE QUICKEST i News. Chicago Chronicle. II V JULIAN CVUZOS. St. Taut filo'ie. Atlanta Journil, Oali1 Containing 42$ large, beautifully vcfctou, News, Chatlnnooa Times, printed pairs, cmhracini; complete Nishville Il.iuuer, Sivai.nah Newn, history of the greatest tornado that ami nearly eveiy (iiriuiin Democrntic evei visited Auiereca. paper in the country, nloni; with Hie iLI.l'STKATItllWITIII.SoSl'KCIAI.LARIlIt iihove leadinu, Democratic jia rs, have Sizk I'lioTor.KAi'iiitii Virws. n pudiuted the iiie.it,' platlonu mid Hxtta cloth binding, $i. 5o;extia half tick t. and si they will not .support ni'irii'co $2 oo. Hither style will be them, hut will do all they can to en- &enl by mail, postpaid, on receipt of compass their defeat, price inoie UNE Mftftn "?- - l,oeisyiLLEpwis Direct Connection. Por CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. Direct Connections for II Points In one-ha- ifd seveii-clghths- $1,700,-000,00- y mll-liuu- Wi'l Sktllmaii hit) had the sore He has trim! many eye.' for years doctors and reme ies. and has alwa until ue sold linn failed to tt l a tube of SiitherbH d's KorIi He Salve which cuied htm inside nt one Dr Dell's I'ine T.ir Honey eek. Ues'y, sells well and cures M. Muvi'.ii & 'o , Ultras. Ky Junuary 15, 1895, Sutheilaud's linile Ke Salve has done a great deal more for me than can lx told by pen. W.II SKIt.UlAN lluras Ky. I'or sale liy Z Wayne Griffin & Ilro., dnifu'lst, anil Kenlrow llios , Nattows, Ky, Mr. YltKV I.IIIHHAI, TlillMS TO AC.HNTS. Write fnr our special discounts and terms to agents, free by mall. Agents, send lor Kleirant Prospectus, by mail, S cents, which merely covers the co-- t of jiostaie nnd mailing. Do'not conluse this flue complete nnd authentic history with the small pimphlets ot views now being circulated nnd sold. Address, l'UHMSIII'.RS' SUPPLY CO., 7i & 69 Kmilie Huihlinij.St. Iuis, Mo, -,- Mississippi, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Califqrnla. ArkanMt, Mexico, ", FAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPER? ' - Write for Information to the nearest, .etilof the Chcispeake, Ohio & Southwestern K. R. JOHN ECHOLS, S. 0. HA TCH, ', Gin't Mnngr, Cen'l I'sss, A a I. LOUISVILLE. KY. H m; - - lri-d- 1 - i ,,tton ..,i.. ' , ThoAmericari Protective Tariff Leagu is a national organization advocating "Protection to' Amciican Labor and Industry " a eijiliined by is constitution, as follows j," Amanon fA. P.T. L. iltl-.en- Jgutl jkmit iii "Thmtoctrf (hit L;u. MI t to pfotiol tiriff Ulr ty AmtncAitn lipotl,hich thill nduUil preduott tcur onipktition cf tVetyi tbdr, R. K. Sutherland Med. Co : Gunts: I write this letter because I believe you have made a discover ill a couk'ii, culd, throat and hint; remedy that the people, oulit to have. I refer to Pr Pel. 's Pine Tar Honey. 1 have thornuiihly Usteil it nnd know It cures its wonderful merits. Any one who ever ueciUniemedy of be Miould this kiud iiever without a iHittle ot Or lleU's Pine Jkhky M Pohtkh. Tar Honey. Glass ami UiH'enswnre, PaUticluih, Ky. Ian, 15 1895 I'oi sale tij Z, Wayne (iriflincinro , ltui;i;i.st mid Kenlrow llios , Narrows, Ky, We uie iRulliib' Mime money now, inter-ehtln- J. R. PIRTLE- S!li. DENTIST IIARTI'ORD, KENTUCKY. la prepared to ilo nny and all klusU Prices uiost of Dcntnl Operations. Oflice over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Druir Store. Vitntizdil nlr or Inugli'iig aWrtd 0 iitinhtereillor painlcsi leu lit' . i Why siilTer with CoukIis, Colds and l.aOrlppe when I.axativi' Hrouo QuiMNH will cure you in one day, Does not pimlure the rlngin. in the head like Sulpbnte ol Quinine, Put up in tablets convenient lor tnklni;, nuarantetd to cure, or money refunded. Price, 25 Cents, I'or sale by Williams & Iltl I, Hartford; K V tt'illinms. Heaver Dam; A S Anil. Sulphur SpiiiiRsi Drown & Chapman, Ccuteitnvni; ' what about that mliscilption? g Hll.abeth Stuart Phelpsglve remiulsceiires nt the literary lloilou ot never.il yeir.H bici iit-- Mr Low, In n benulilully illiutratcl aii cle, writes of the conlunpouiry paiuteri Neither ou its KMver nor its liKliter side is there auv Mini-n) Mdullness In this i umber odule's l Ital-I.111 pro-diic- Sim-iiio- Thero aro no personal or ptivato profits in connection with tho organization and ittsstistaincil by memberships, ccntiibuliors and tho distribution of its publications, r' rtrd!nf " timbralilp'(.nd "Ollicial CurrtipondtnU." TIRST . Cnrrupondcnc U loliolWd 11 'er HCC0N D; W nttd and wtloom. oontributloni, Mliitlur imill or brgi 19 our cauM. THIR0 W putlUh 4 irgt lino of dooumtnU til th Tlriff quallon. Com C9nnf w.'l plikici of X) any addrm for conti . bo miiUd 00 L.ltt rd roqutit for froo FOUnTlll 8onJ poiUI limnl i coy of tl' " Amtrlotn fconomlit." AdJrm Wilbur F Woktman QinortlBoorot y, ,t Chllcf reit Cry for l3SW.t.aJ8trot. llowVgrk. Pitcher' Castorla. ,. R. R He Co., Rocktwiit. ., minf