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Has paid over fW.OWOO fol odJeutil liijutlcs. Ue your own Agent. 1)0 MXDICAI, UXAUWATION RltQUIRUU S Hnr-ir-' U 1 iU . inr ft B 11 - .,''.'"''". & " ;L A" j H 1 I I I 111 J I Jl I I i Li . i I IJ m .11 M . "T S FrT1f 1 "ETTT A 0M9 I I -r- -. ii' IMtf r- m , -- Mi II i I I yJL NH.IlftU H K 1 I I 1 n H B -u- --v -t- t--t or- -v - , - J J J K m I m -- , A I u l A & t-- & wgsss Th 4iw:iA J bilious ufTrrera, of aftSEMift lever anil victims ine neue, dyspeptics, ASK the. recovered nunurlal illxmij covered hralth,enecr. fnl aplttts and Ratal J1LW ai tetitethevwlltell u oy ihkiiik ! llfNI LlVLH llEOU-lAJl'In Chaptt, Purtit Medlcfn Off CIAL ORGAN OF THE FiRTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. VOL. IX. HAllTJOBD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY SNOW IN JULY. .Furmor Dohorty Roporls Fall in Iadiaaa. ' 31, 189G. Highest of all in Leavening rower. NO. 1. Latest U.S. Gov't Report latin-dlc- r, Tor DYSPHI'StA, COKST1PATION, lllllou..ttacl,SICKllUAI)ACIIli.Collc. Ileureulon o( Spirit", HOUR BruMAC!, Heartburn, etc. This unrlralltd remedy la warranted not to contain .Inula particle ot MEKCURV. or any mineral anbatancr. but la tht and tleit Tamlly World I for pearly ea isr CO (BILKER'S -- Jt... v aaaafi J Or ' yv -i- - CJJ.isJ '1' U T&7 i . t wimhi mk paoioa lurea ura u aamimmm -- W X ( as Hrr' r" ih iT-JO- ?' & Mi Henry Dohcrty, ' a icimtablc firmer who lives a mile below New Albany, Ind , reports a phenomenal occur.! nee ns happenning oil his Harm Baking Pri6l Powder tr ft. uH0e&3 AB50WTEI.Y PUBE yrTrT" tpttft-.- t .T TJESE. T . o i 0 fl '; p (!) I fcJ rf ef ft if) o 0 on Wednesday afternoon bhortlv , before o'clock At about that hour n Moim cnmi up, nnd the weather, whlrh had lieen exceedingly hot during the morning became much cooler. .Mr D"hf ity rn)S nt firsta 6ligh show-e- l lelt, followed by a fall ot snow .which Ins'ed abiut a minute. This was followed by n heavy hail storm lasting about two minutes. Mr. Dohtrty was working In the field ploaiug potatois. He' was uot suti. prised to M.e the hail falling, as this is not uitmual iu MiuinuTjtfibut n fall of snow on a chy when the thermometer wis up to ninety three surprised him vety much The snow came down in heavy flakes, covering his clothing, but of course milted quick- iy- n i loo 3Eox cent, tla. -- !3Ciaaa.sOx2a.ej3"t-- 1 7,75 ; J - cvi ryyxoc VR- - sEiyw 'Shi Sold by authorized dcnl-cror direct from MGE..DEUDI CO., MAHTJFACTURES, Tlio lllkt'iitrry Nnti-i- l UN 1,1 Ip. Mr G CaiUouette, Druggist, Beav crsville, III , says: "To Dr. King's New Ditcovcry I owe my life. Was taken with Li Grippe nnd tried all the physicians for miles nbout, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use nnd from the first dose began to get better, nnd alter using three bottles was up nnd about again. It is worth it weight in gold. We won't keep store or house without it " Get a free trial nt Will-- 1 .ins & Dili's Drug Store. m Hendrsen5Ky HOW 1 I ' money, is uot n debt like one owes for giccenes 01 They remind us of a litThe What Visitors to tho Capitol At a levivnl meeting tht in ecrioiuly Hyait-n- i until Iih ucrvoiU lequcsttd tveiy ninn who Do whon Congi'fiss alkcltil, iuiiarin licaltli.cnuitort nul ItaJ paid hi dthls to ft nd up Thiy Imppinebi. Tu quit tiulilunly i too Adjourns rose in n u:a.-s- . Then he said: "Sit fevcre n blioc!: In the system, u tnbac donw; every man in this Hireling who co to on inveterate hut becomrg Tlie younir worn ui wis I King no lus net paid his debts, stand up " stiniulunl tlmt liis eynt'-ii- i cutiliiinul y ua buiuiitilifi time in getting her fcight .seeing tour One individual raised his firm nlott crttvu. "lUco-Ctircure lor tie toencco habit, in all its started. "My good man," said the evangelist, lurtni, crclnllyciniuiiinlel after the Approichin a Washington Stnr ' lormula of an cniiiient llerlhi pliyfi-cian- s man who stood in the doorway of a "have you not paid your debit.? "Nn," he Mil I, "I have not paid who lias ur1 it in hii private tl em. I am the editor ol a religious lUHCtico tinro 1872, willimil a titiliuc. store on Pennsylvania avenue, watchit in pun'ly vegetable ai-- KunmntccJ ing the ciowd pass, she sit'!: peiiotie.il, and neatly every member "Will you tell me where I cm ee ol this cougrrgntlon owes me lor tit) You am tiao perluetly Imrinliesi. all llio tobacco you uaut wlii e taking the senate?" pnt-r.Midlanl, Chicago. "Hncn-C'uro.- " It will notify you "It isn't in session " m I n a written when In lnp. Wo Our Republican friends are rather "Then, t guess I'll go seellwli'iiiic Agents Oarvost Kiiiirantco tu cuio permanently any of representatives " Mow in seudiug in campaign subscrib1.11T.01' ease with ihteo boxen, or rolimil the We have reers to Tnu "That isn't iu session, ciiln-r.- " BRYAN AND ScVF.LL. wi'li 10 per cent, interest. iiioimy duced the pice to ascts for the cam"Is Senator I'cfler here?" Ilncci- - (!uro" i not u substitute, but Only authentic Olograph" of the paign aud furnishing articles Irom "No." a cientilie cure, that cures withDemocratic Nominees for Preside.it some ol the best writers in the coun"Or Fcnator Tillman? ' out tlio aid ot will power ami with no and ahead of all others. It leave the s)etom iueouveiiieucu. Now is the "No " This will he the Ueuioeratic Hand try on political issues. u piiMund Irea from u cotino mlho "I don't .see whaMhey let them go Uoo'c ot S96 atul millions will be lime to &ow the good seed if you wish il iy i look vour firt hrw or fmoke to lecp a Republican victory in next Cu'ieil Ily IkcoC'uro ninl Kle(I away for, when so many visitors are sold. Will you assist in the coming. Well, anywav, can yon trll will be the year of yearn for Noetubtr This Thirty pouu tl. tho me whnt di ttlclopettothe Zoo? From liundrfdi of the sale of Canipiigu Books, for theie hood work by sending in a list of campaign iubctibers 10m your oriiunlH ot which are on iilo and open Silver dollars nre not shipped never has hceit such excitement and loinipeclion, tho foil owing is prcscnH abroad now as tl.cy were in 1873 sim- controversy over a National eleciiuu iil. Oook will be handsomely ply because silver bullion is worth Don't let ntijone persuade you to i;iuvtiiii,NcvadaCu.,Ark.,.Ian.23,'05 650 pages on fine piper, Cloth take anything else instead of Stru(Jheniioiil & Mlg., t'o., L.i but little more than halt as much as Iurckii For forty it was then There is no gold in Ilindlng $1 50; half Morocco liiuding mous Liver Regulator Some merCriufC. Wi. Oentlenie:i: veitltf I iiaod tobacco in nil its luruis. general circulation and the amount $2 00; liy nnil, postpaid. chants will try to do this but not for For tweutylivo yeai ot that lime I ordered to be held in leserve in the Very Liberal Terms to Agents. your good. They do it to make a wai a great suHitit Irom general Ageuls gi.t to work quick, stcuie little more profit on something which exis ami heart dlceace. 1'nr filteon Treasury only maintained by the cie.im of the Uusiness, and Coin isof an inferior quality though you do-iyears I tried to quit, but couldn't. I changing bonds fur it. This is reined ice, among nlhtra in order to preset e the legal equality Money. Send for elegant IVospectus must pay just ns much for the bad as toiik vaiiouf 'No IVllac." "The Indian Tnb.iccn of the gold, silver nnd paper dollars 10 cents by mail, and take oiders at lor the good. Be sure to tike SimAntidote." Double Uhloridcot Gold." nnd uphold the credit ol the govern- once Address, mons Liver Regulator, aud nothing I'UIILISIIHRS' SUPPNY CO . etc, etc., but nouo ot them did me tho ment. The silver dollars men direct on every else. Look lor the Rett Fiunlly, howover, hen 011 gold coin In the Treasury, be- 67 & 6j nmilie Building, St Louis, Mo. package least bit of'gond. I inircliAseil a box of vour "lhico . (!iiro" aniUllins entirely cured niontj cause, uu net of Congress makes it A II CITS CIIIMM1 JIONHY NI'.M.I.XI AiltcrllHfiit. l'olnls the habit in nil its fnnup, nnd I have the duly of the Secretary of the It has h:en accurately demonstrated Ul'R Ol' Treaauiy to maintain them on an increased thirty pumU iu wuight and ,I that 80 per cent, of the business firms Mc!:iNLEYANDH0BART .... n 1...... ..it mo reiiiwuii mini mi .i iiiu iitiuiuiuni equility with gold dollars Dy Mttrat Ilalstend, .'ordojears the in this country that fall are those that ncliiii an I priii nl b dy and mind. I most famous Journalist in America, never ad vertife. could write a quiro ol paper upon my rriii l)' ilir Ilrnt. The (act that n paper's solicitor is changed leclingi and conditions. Mr. Jerry Tilfotd, conductor on the nssisted by Hon John Sherman, Ren. a slick tnlker doesn't incrensethe valYiium respectfully, l II. Mahiiuuv. local freight of the I. II. and St. I,. C, II. Grosvenor and Hon. Chauncey ue ol the paper as an advertising meJ'aMnr U. 1'. llhuich, Clayton, Aik. whs ( vtrcoiue by bent in the yards M. Depew. .So d by all drugsiit at 81.00 per Also contains complete niogrnphy dium, yestf tday while switching nnd was box; three. boxes, (thirty day' treatAu ad that induces people to think of lion. Garrert A, Ilobart, nominee written pio.stratul He was conveyed to the ment), $2 00 with iron-clu- d is nine to induce some to buy, for guarantee, or sent iliact upon receipt St l'larces Hotel, where Drs Ilnlennd AdveiliMiig Is the soul of business. No campaign Hook equal to it has of pi ice. Write- lor booklet unit l'crdteton wtre called in nnd succeedIt it that which meets the public be ever been published. The IllustraEureka Chemical & Mfg.. ed in revivlne: him, and yesterday proofs, foie the public meets the goods, and Co., LuCniceo, Win., and lWtun, was reenidrd nsoutnfdnnger, tions ate rich and beautiful, includiug Muds. Mr. nnd Mrs. McKinley, aud all the if it fails to make a good impressioiu though still Miflering Irom the slirck, gcojs .,i'.l never have a chance. and will not be able to quit lib room great national leaders; also persons the QUANTITY. BCtTIN QUALITV, fJTIH and places of general Interest. 6jo MesOwencbcro for a day or two ni.VTox pages, printed on fine paper; Cloth senger We nre well blessed with health 13luding$r 50. Half Morocco Binding Plenty ot ruin and plenty to eat and There nre in this country many $2 00; by mail, postpaid. no work to do, thtrelore we arc sitVery Liberal Terms to Agents thousand Democrats, who remit money ......... M ' ting around unraveling the silver .KH.BaM Agents act quickly for now Is your , to Rurope to assist relatives Their WHITE'S GHEXM qurstlon. The boys seem to be well fio is now vorth its face on the otht r harvest time Don't delay; order fine posted, hut please excuse me, politics side, but under a dee silver law it Prospectus by mail, only :o ctuts, is not the theme, but something betrri . will be worth FOR SO YEARS only 5 This is a which meiely covers cost ol postage ter. The writer came to Olaton thirHas led all WortrVI Remedies. V1 specimen ol how free coinnge will utiil mailing. Address, teen years ago. The nearest Sunday 'EVERY I0TTLE 8UARANTEED. 9 1'UiiLISIlKKS' SUPPLY CO , H benefi t the School was Hartford, fifteen miles OLS n V AX.I. BltCUQUTJ. 57 &(or.iuilie Building, St. Louis, Mo. aiuiiuaio., it. ton I. away. The writer, in company with Lawyers nnd bankers arc the two IliNHrvJIiVMMirNaiB others, went to wotle. Now we have proscribed classes in the 1'opulistic several. The writer organized two Is a l.iwjer mid creed, and yet llrynn this spring, the first at Falling Rock, orloan Stonm LaundrV Sewn 11 a banker Worse than that, Grayson, county, with fifty scholars. Ilryau is a corporatiug lawjir, being 1'iiiNccrotr, Ky They nre doing well. Second at y, Does tho finest wmk of any ' attorney for the Missouri Pacific Autlccli, with fifty five scholars, 15. n patt of the Gould system, laundry in Kentucky, Tho P. Taylor, Superintendent, Miss Bet-ti- e work is all guaranteed, Goods Sewall, in addition to beingi banker, Felix, nssistant. Oscar Bond, Secare not torn up, butaio return- is a railway director and president, nil retary. They made up a purse of $25 In good condition. ed of them positions exceedingly offenand secured the services of Prof Jno. Laundry- Shipped on Mon- sive to our I'opulistic friends. V. Frlzzcll, ol Fugar Grove, Butler on Friday. day, II II III llflll. Oll county, who taught us oue ot the best CA8EI.II3R One ot our subsciibeis writes: "I singing schools that we have ever t witnessed cannot pay for my paper bic.iuse I Thirteen, years ago a galAgt. Haktkoiii), ICy. have so tnnnv debts to puy." A fiw lon fug ot the oU be Joylul would ' Htatlachj and SeuralgUt cured liy Dr others have written as thnugb ivlmt Wi uj uc'dmg dome money now hardly make us n dram a piece, to. MiltM' i'Air( I'lLca. 'Oiuueiiviuioj.j." Uontlily f Ioj curud Uy Dr, UiK' fain I'llla. onewes fot a (nper, which costs the what nbout that (subscription? day a pint will goarouudand same lelt nun'l Kliip Tolmrro OtlltK Y UIWI I.F WIIII.K USISd IT. tobacco Imliit rouii on n mill LACK OP CURIOSITIES. publishers that which dry giods tle storj : evangelist u" l " I'lrld Vlnyril llio I'lililtr. On Thursday evening last our ounglolks were treated to quite a pleasant time which came in the fouu of a surprise. After supper was over at the Walton house, Mr. B. L Field, a traveliug salesman, began to play the violin in the sitting room of the hrtil Soon a large crowd had gath-eieto hear themusicandnfterawhile Mr. Mime one hvtggcsted dancing. Field told Ihcm nil right he would He was assisted furnish the miuic by Messrs, Berry Jones, Lawrence nrown and Wes Taylor. By a little nfttr cine o'clock nearly all the boys and girls In town had arrived and the dance was soon begun. Those present enjoyed themselves very much nnd nt a late hour lelt for their respective homes. Mr. Heaseley and wile received the hearty thanks of all lor the kind hospitnlity extended. Hart County News. Ami lt.'ii d 1 neigh-boihoo- lllu.-tia-te- d; lr 1 thepermancnt organization. Should the result of the caucus prove satisItANUFACTURtl) ONI Y AY J. It. ZlilLIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa, factory, we can soon hold the primaries and select the date and place ot PROFESSIONAL CARD. the convention. JllN.N. (JlCMII, .I.N. It. Weil ill lit; I have never believed lit long campaigns, so it you decide to honor me GLENN & WEDDING, I will ask you to make the convention date as early as possible. HATiTFOKD, KY. Devoted jours, (Office, over Anderson's Ilauar.) Cohcus. louts Will pructico their profession in al. the courts of Ohio nnd ndjoining counIlliinliiS linl mill I'ulil. Special Mt Bryan's speech nt the Normal ties, and court of Appeals. Also Schoot exercises May 21, 1895, In attention given collections. Notary Public for Ohio county. Springfield, Mo , contained the following expression: "The increase of coinag- -. decrease the value and vice versa. We have AW now iu the world $4,000,000,000 in gold and $4,000,000,000 In silver iu IIAIITI'UHII, KY. round numbers. If doubled in volWilt practice his profession in Ohio ume and coined there would he twice and adjoining counties, and court of as many dollars, but each dollar Anneals. Special nttention given t1 Office cast eido of purlit would buy less. If both the gold and collections. silver doubled, the purchasing power square. would be one half of what it is now." M. L. Hkavrin. Sheliiy"Taylor. How does lie leconcile that stateHEAVHIN & TAYLOR, ments with the demand for free coinage of silver in unlimited quantities. I Let us appeal from "Philip HARTFORD, KY. drunk to 8IOO Itrunril 0IOO, I The readers of this paper will be Philip sober." Perry Westerfield, .. pleased to learn that there is at least I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon- one dreaded disease that science has ey for sale at the Store of Messrs. been able to cure in all its Stages, and Gann, Burnett & Co's, Grantsburg, Beaver Dam, Ky. that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure III. , and meeting many commendations K. R. WEDDING is the only postive cure known to the Irom different persons of its wonderful merits, I thought would try a medical fraternity, Catarrh being a bottle. I have been I seriously eflected HAitTroitD, Ky. constitutional disease, requires a con- for 25 years with a cough and pains Will practice bis prolession in all stitutional treatment. Hall'sCatarrh in my side and breast that were causCure is taken Internally, actingdiree.t- - ing me a miserable life. I spent hun the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. ly upon the blood and mucous sur- dieds of dollars with doctors and for Office, iu Commercial Hotel. medicines, but everything failed until faces of the system, thereby destroy I tried this wonderiul temedy. It ing the foundation of the disease, and beats the world and saved my life. I giving the patient strength by buil- recommend Dr.Bell's Pine Tar Honey ding up the constitution and assisting to everybody with weak lungs. It is AT LAWS a great success. J. B. Roseix, nature in doing its work. The prop-- , May 20,1895. Grantsburg 111. rietors have so much faith iu its curFor sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro., Hartford. Ky. ative powers, that they offer One druggist, and Renfrow Bros., Nar- practice his profeseion in all . rows, Ky. Hundred Dollars for any ease that it the courts oi Ohio nnd flllininlnn. fails to cure. Send for list of testihfiihlbleUlrl. counties and Court of Annealo. Hnen. monials. Address, The Mt. Venon Democrat gives an lal attention given to collections. F. J. CHUNKY SCO , Toledo, O. account of a couple that came across Office next door below Conimeri Sold by Druggists, 75c. the river from Kentucky to that place cial Hotel. for the purpose of getting married, Hall's Family Pills are the best. t. and the young man got full ot Posey county "bug juice" after he arrived. The records in the County Clerks Ue procured bis license and went to HARTFORD, KY. Office show that many minUteis nre the hotel where the fair young dam- Will practice his profession in all th very careless in couiplylug with the sel was stopping, and she seeing the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties law regarding marriage Thev ate condition he was in refused to marry Careful attention will bo given to a Col required to fnl out a certificate of him. She said there were too many business entrusted to bis caro.marriage, signed by two citizens, and fellows in the country and that she lections a specialty. Office ovqr Ohio return the same to the County Clerk did not have to marry one that was County Bank. Also Notary Public. within sixty days. A fiiluretodj drunk. They went back across the Or?. ILNnELA-IL.- , this is punishable by a fine of iso river unmarried. Not many girls (Uwnty Attorney) Ths records show that in many would have done as this one did, but JC&w. cases only one witness slgus the cerperhaps by this act she has saved HARTFORD, KY. tificate, and frequently the certificate herself of many a heartache and many Will practice bis profession ip the Is not returned until several months sorrowful days. She was indeed a Courts of Ohio and adjoining qonn after the marriage has been performbrave girl. ties. Special attention given tq col. ed. This matter is ivery important, lections. Office iu Courthouse. because, unless these thincs are regChildren Cry Tor istered ou the book kept for thit purJNO. B. WILSON, pose, the marriage is uot legal, and children, offsprings from this mar'The American people hold the fi HARTFORD, KY. riage, would be held illegitimate. nanclal honor our Government as sac- SPECIAL attention given to col" f Commercial. making abstracts, red as our flag. also Notary The money of the United States and Office North Public tor Ohio Counfy. Cure lor llemlnrlie. side of public square. As a remedy for all forms ot Head- every kind qnd form of it, whether of gold, must be as good ache niectric Bitters has proved to be paper, silver or 11. E. LEE SIH HERMAN, the very best. It effects a permanent as the best in the world. The dollar paid to the fartuer, the cure nnd the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. wage earner and the pensioner must Hartford, Ky. continue forever equal in purchasing Will practice his profession iu all tlio We urge nil who are afflicted to procure a bottle, nnd give this remedy a and debt paying power to the dollar Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly atfair trial. In casea of habitual cons paid to any Government crediton." tended to. Office with T. J. Smith William McKinley. stipatioti F.lectric Bitters cutes by & Co., Market .Street. giving the needed tone to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Try it once. Fifty cents and $1 00 at Williams & Bell's SPECIALTY: Drug Store. of to make camphor. Thirteen years ago we knew jnst how to bleak the Sabbath in more than one way. We could swear seven days In the week nn( not half try. Now, of course I don't mean everybody. Heie aie tl e little girls and boys, old women and ladles and gentlemen nnd a few fellows ol Clitist that don't come under that head, because no gentleman will take the name of God in vain. I don't know but two men In this neighborhood that will use profane languige Now, thirteen years ngoyou could come here and buy ns much store goods on Sunday ns you could on any other day in the week, but not so now. When Sunday comes our store door is closed. You see no one passing along the road with a load of goods on the Lord's day, but when Monday morning comes business opens up nt n right lively rate. People coming in trom every direction and the best ot all is this: If a man comes to Olaton nfter anything he Is sure to get it at a price so low that lie goes home sstished Now dear readet draw a contrast between thirteen years aco nnd thepteseut, then if you don't think that we are advancing just piy us a visit nnd see for yourself Marion Farms. caucus with vour mother. I have no objection to Iter noting 11s temporary chairman provided that it clearly understood that I am to he chairman containing thoas Southern Koote and tlerba which an all.wlie I'rorldenca haa placed In countries where Liver Ulieatet moit prevail. It will cure all lll.ea.c caused b. Il.ranffa- ment ol the Llv.r and llewcla. The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad taito In th mouthi Pain la It Hack, Side or Jninta, olten mistaken (or Rhea, malleoli iour Stomach: Lota ot Apretite) Ilowela alternately cottlv and laa) Headache: Lose of Memory, with a painful senaallon of hnvlnar failed to do anmethlna; which might In have been done Debility) Low SplrlU, atklelt yellow appearance of the bkln and Kyee, dry Cough often mlltakifn for Consumption. Sometimes many ot theae erniptotne attend the dlaeate, at otliera very fewi but the Liter la generally the aeat of ths rilieaae, and If not Regulated In time, er.at eufferinfr, wretched-nand RI3AT1I will entue The following highly eateemed pereontattett to the virtues of Btmraona Liver Resulalon Oen. W. S. Holt, Prea. Ga. S. W. R. R. Co t Iter. I. R. I'elder, Perry, Oa. Col. B. K. Srarka, (la 0. Maaicrson, Ken, Sheriff Olbb Co , Ua Hon Alexander II Stepliena. "We have teite 1 Its virtues, personally, and know that for Dyspepsia, llillousness and Thrnbtlnjf Headache It Is thebest medicine the world ever saw. We tried forty other remedies before Simmons Liver Regulator, but none gave us moro than temporary reliefs but the Regulator not only relieved, but cured us." ED. TtLtCKAI'll AKU MESS! XOKR, Macon, Oa. PURELY VKUBTAI1LI2, LAWYERS, -- JTT011Y JT Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. 1 Attorney at Law, W. H. BARNES mm w 5t-4- Attorney at Iaw, - -- j 1 -- E!. Attorney ai Pitcher's Castorls Attorney at Law tc, Attorney at Iaw Cancer lOr.. i. J, B. cimaer - o. VERNIBFUGE icnoi I J wage-earner- s. Notice! If your subscriptions not paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 subscriptions amount to a great deal. . Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Of the Face. HVANSVILLU, IND. Office 416 Upp. First st. IBs NOTICE: If your subscription is r.ot rait-wa- - paid, please send in tho nionoy at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 returned ClAKENCE .11 subscriptions amount to a groat deal. Mrs. Laura D. Mlms.of Smithvlllc.Ga., says: "A small pimple of a strawberry color appeared on my cheek; it soon began to grow rapidly, notwithstand ing on cuoris 10 cuecK it. aiy eye became terriniy inflamed, and was so sn olten that for quite n while I could not see. The doctors said I had Cancer of the most malignant type, uud after exhausting their eforts. without doing me any eood, they Rave VVK7" up inc case as uopeiess, wueu informed that my father had died from the same disease, they said I must die, A 1'ullllrlMll'a Woolnc. as hereditary Cancer was incurable. My dear Miss Brown; I heriby "At this crisis, I was advised to try announce myself as n candidate for S,S.S.,audiua short while tlie Cancer began to discharge aud continued to do your hand and I s'aall use all fair and so for three months, then it began to honorable means to seer. re the nomi- heal, I continued the medlciue u while longer ennation. I know that there are other tirely. until the Cancer disappeared and This was several years ago candidates in the field, and I hesitat- there has been no return of the disease," ed long before entering the race, but now that I nm in it, I am to stay. Caucer is a blood disease, and only a My views on love and matrimony blood remedy will cure it. S. S. S. have often been expressed in your (xuaratiUni purely vgelatlc) Is a real blood remedy, aud never falls to perhearing, nnd I need not repeat them manently cure Cancer, Scrofula, L'cietna, here. You know I favor the gold Rheumatism or auy other disease of the books standard In love a one hundred blood, Seud for our Diseases, Blood oa Cancer aud cent dollar love and a maintenance ol mailed free to that standard after marriage, address. auy II you decide to confer on me the Swift Specific honor I seek, please fix u date for the Co.Atlautu.Ga. VIOKERS, Ky., Attorney at Law, UllRTPORD, Will practice aud adjoining tention given tu his care. his prolession in Ohia counties. Special atto all business entrusted Ofiico iu Rkpuiiucan building. Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu nil the Courts oi Ohio ami adjoining counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, A Real Blood Remedy Ilf..a J An wameu-urs. A may bring you waaltk. Protect your Ideajj Writ JOHN WKUOEHUURN a CO FaUat Alloc WajhlaftoD, ! 0., foe ih.lf al.Huo prlM uaTer aud list ot two hundred Inventions wanted. lf &sxjs& mea thay u Wao earn I I sss The theory in the treatment ot coughs, lung and bronchial nfiections has been advanced by the manufactures ot Dr, Dell's Pine Tar Honey, It is a All dealttuly a wonderiul remedy, ers sell it ou a positive guarantee, l'or sale by '. Wayne Griffin & Bro., diuggist, ant' Renfrow Bros,, Nar-loKy I f 1 J but over two minutes. I don't want Wo toil at Providence Wednesdny. Mrs, Jnmcs Garrett visited relatives to be bothered goln' around thar two or three times n dny, and I don't near Paradise Inst week. ..IMIIor HM A. t.MlllltMI.V... The reboot Kir onplta in thin State Mr Mosc Klmincl returned Satur-da- want to put yo' to the trouble of wni $2 85 liMl yeor rind this year it It Subbcrlfitlon, $1.25 pur It h often dinicult to convince peofrom n visit to relatives near brcakln' out ,, ft 20 This It li lfw of over f s.ooo Koclicstcr. ' ple their blood U Impure, until dread"I sec," mused the prisoner I HIIIAV. So JlU.V .!. iSyfi. for the Ohio county teachers ful caihunelos, nlwi's.cs, bolls, scrof"And soyo'd better pass yo'r wot el ula or Milt heimi, nie ptluful proof of Mrs. Mary While li very nick. niiicli for the llcpitbllciti "relotin." 1 VatcH and 'forma. MIsh Mamie Kimbley visited relanot to get onery nnd skip out, nnd the fact. It Is uisdom-iiotv- , fllartlord Herald or whenfliiUfcilpUiJiid fl 35 pet niiiitim In ever there is any Indication of the above 11 grnn&ly tives near I'nindic Inst week. The wriler ol yo' klu hang around town, ntid come advance. 11 grcul Mens. C. 15. nnd IMgnr Smith, tip to the house fur meals." Iicnl iioUcib roe (iff line first In ignorant or elo ho prosiituc "I'd ilruthcr be in jail, kiirnel. ficrtloti and 5c each fctibt(iicnt inser-tios- ileal on the ignorance ol hn readers. Alncy Cnscblcr nnd J. II. Wood are Lnrgc contractu Hpcclal tntca. It was published thin week thinking nttciidlng the Institute thin week, Pact Is, I've nllus wanted to be sent Calls cm candidates nntl political it would prejudice tho teacher?, now I .GUIS. to jail, but sitnlhiii' has nllus blood, to tako Hood's Hnrsaiinrllla, nnd matter 10c per line. to prevent." in region, against tliu Republican nil- prevent such eruptions iiiiel suffering. umtuary noiiccH 5c tier line, una Tlie llmnrili nl Infant I, He, "Hut consider 'the circumstances, iiiustluvarlbly lie palcl for In advance, iiiiiiiHtriiilon, Tho facts given arc Mhc constant care which the ovcr- "I had dreadful csrbuncla atnctn, unless party ordering piihllcniroii Is true. I lie per capita Iihh been re- lorut tnnllicr gives tier Inr.int, ever Jim. Yo' hain't ntithln' ngln me, rod, fiery, fierce ami soro. Tlio doctor atresponsible therefor. tended mo over sovon weeks. When the tho wonder is that handling nnd holding it, picking (t hev yo'?" Job Work of till kinds promptly and duced, hut "Oh no; but it Ml disapp'lnt the nbiceas broke, tlio (wins wero terrible, and an soon ns It wakens, neatly executed. it is an largo oh it ik, In making tho up in her nrma I thought I should not llvo through It. I ole woman nnd children if I'm not heard and nad ao mucli about Hood's ncliool appropriation lor last year, constantly talking nnd hinging to it, iut behind the bars." Harsnpnrllla, that I decided to tako It, and Republican Ticket. uaudiilato lor In cntculnted to excite the child and Kupt, Thompson was "Thar hain't n blamed bar or bolt my huiband, who was aufferlng with keep it In n continual state of ncrvona n mid wn compel led to hold bolls, took It also. It aoon purlllcd our The blessed (piite which or lock about the shanty, Jim." up the n'l'ool hind, and in order to strain. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. "Couldn't I be chnlneel to the , grown 3&L.rsr. do no he drew on this year's money ' people long for Is baby's right, nnd wall? I or I'r.Mlilriil. tho decrease. for over 8'2(lO,000,henrn "Y-s, yo' could, but it would be the wise mother will never nllownny. WILLIAM. McKINIiKV, .Such grin inbrepren'iiliilionsns the thin;; to rob her child of this health-givin- g bad fur ho'r health. Yo'd hev chills ! olOhio. built 1110 up and restored my ao Iftrahl't notice in niailo lor political privilege. Don't luss nor Inside of three days. They'll hev the that, although the doctor no Id health I would purposes, but thii one linn lallcn Hut, (day roughly with a baby. H.iblcs new Jail done next year, and then, if not ho nblo to work hard, I have since W K I1AVK VVT '1 UK I'HICH- SI'nr Vire I'ri'oiili'iil. and tliu leachcrfl, regardless ol pol- should be handled mid moved about yo' Icel that yo' must go-tjail, I'll dona the work for 20 peoplo. Ilood'aHtr- t !. (lAllKKTT A. 1IOHAUT, nrtnvllla fitivml iiij Imaliati.l in.il I. PHiniiii vuini mil iiunimiiii n 1111 I.nlla take yo, in fur thirty days " hiicIi method. itic, condemn ns little ns possible. The common nd wo regard It a wonderful medicine?' ol New Jersey. "Wnal," slid Jim, "I don't wnnt 11 ns. Anna I'ktkkso, Latimer, Knnnn. practice of Iceping them constantly Our Tip Top WhoolH Hodttood to $50.00. Tint pundit clamor lor Ireo coinin motion when awake Is fruitful of to be oncrv to nobody, nnd ns o I'or I'ihihi-ii.ViqIoi. vJdpoleon, Barru-G- , age ol si Ivor, like the- greenback crnzo trouble In many wnvs, nnd seem to wint to do the rqu ir' thing, especially .IOHNW.LKWI8. of'20 yearn ago, urines Ironi a lack of Is the evening rump, when lnby In I'll agree to hang around town, but Write lor Catalogue nud Spocinl Cnsh Discount 1'ioin 4th Di.stilctof Kentucky. information upon tho part of lis high gtcc is tosred to the culing by remember, kuinel, that the next time you As to j til I'm cither i.oln' thar ol whatjnonuy really is. its loud pay a ami inlfpiitoiH practice I'm Unisauy renin tliu head that wants The policy of the United .Stales of It Is small wonder if the little mite or rip the cotton out ol one hull side li tlio One True lllonit 1'iirlncr. Alhtrueiilitt. II Uic.yc.lo 1111 ollico. of this country!" tiuusidcnihlo volume) ol greendemand another romp nt the inconrurp llwr Illi, r.ny tn takr, And Jim got down, nnd was soon Hood's Pills Tun weather during the Int week backs to tho circulating medium linn venient hour of midnight, and its rarrni I111K indulged in 'VcnrehHig. led many pnoplo to bcliovc that tho parents have only their own indis- seated on the platform, telling the crowd of idlers what nilcd the county Htninp of tho Government gives to cretion to blame for this inconvenient Owonsboro, Kv.' SIXTEEN TO ONE LOQIC. Prom the Tin: lnt administration ol Mr. I'rom "Summer Care nnd the fcmedy for it. A moru erroneous wakefulness. inonuy its value. mnnwrn wrA Mlr.r FhIuoui Arsutuent "f tl l' c will go down in history ns "Keillor's Drawer," In Hnrpcr's Cleveland (Sold ol Jinblcs," in Dcmorcst's Mngnrine iden could not be conceived. I'uiuillca. t'ltiliblii- - II n Ira. for August up to the worst 0110 yet experienced, Q HEAT DARQAINS. Mexico hiut fun kllwr. The Mexican We will send Tint RuruuucANaud and nilver were used to measure val- for A'igust. wc nre ery date. lMr ul .Ul iIdixU AiUrucmI ritljr !' either nl the lollowing nniueel papers It Is nctunl merit that tins given peoplefive hlhcr. (wor. TheivtVir, ues and faeilitalo c.ichangn among "A Stitch in Time." A dose of IVnl. want lor tho ancient a long period before any Aycr's Pills lias saved many n fit of Hood's Sarsnparilla the first place Wugt'H lu tliU county nre too low. thi: i)i:vni:sT.sie)iti: in town. rsiehone year for the amount opposite Tin: Bryan l'opulistH had n crown name. Look over the list and It is the OncTrue WugcH aro higher licic and In nil the in tho world over con- sickness; but when n remedy does among medicines. down government of thoriiH which thoy prea-cfjold Htuudnril countries t linn in China, nitv titxins. (.i.nTiiiNd, IIAT8. h" 1O1.it you and give ui a call: Dlcod Purifier nnd nerve tonic. of placing 11 stamp not happen to be at hand, slight ailn.viti)-w.Mttho brow ol the "middle ol tho ceived tho iden India and other ullwr usln uutloiia. not) is. (.i.o( i:itn:s and iilion Daily and Sun Courier-Journa- l JS.15 In nil transactions tho ments nic liable to be neglected, nnd upon them. TlM'ieforr, wu Hunt flee Kilter, intiiiKit i'i:tci:s ikisi.m:. ro.tderH." ' without Sunday ' . . . 6 5 We Indleto in the dcnililo Htnndurd i:vi:u ltinoui:. Miss I.ctn Raglaud, John Rnglaud metals had to bo weighed just as largo the result, frequently, is i.crious IllOlobcDemocrat 175 Tin: frco silverites nro now having accounts are settled now. Jlut as tho ness; tlictcfirc always be supplied nnd Mrs. W. II. Raglaud ate on the Under uliieh holh inclala will lw iiMtl i:vi:i:ytiii.(i .iaiiki:i) vv. to nu'iiHiire miIiich. 1'iei coinage at klv Weekly Cntiricj-Jourii- al . . . . 1 75 Hound monev will comu commerce ot tho woihl increased in with Aycr's Pills. sick list, besides many cases of tciui to 0110 will drlee out nil our gold their ilnv. any i.ini: ok ooons is too l.mineillc Commercial . . . . 1 35 whooping cough among the children. mid (ml oiircuirviiey on thcHlher liasU. forward at tho proper time, and tiio Volumo tho peoplo felt tho need of a iv Vthni'N In I lie Nnrk; 1 t$ 1'iir.Ar roit ont T'sio.ti:its. a N V Tribune Rosinc had unite a lively game of Therefniv, we want frconller. silver delusion will vanish away as ,Ilorc oMieditioua way ol settling Ail exchange tells n story of n boy We faeornn honest dollar which Khali UISCOl'XT OP TUN I'CIl CKNT. WILL N Y. World thrice-a-weet c$ base ball Sundaycvcniugwitlt Spring siiioko. their balances, and then baso men who went to market with a sack of 111: Ai)Di:i). ho just to nil Ihe people. The ndoptlon C icanu Inter Ocean 1 40 I.ick. The game lasted about a hours of the slleer Btnndnid will enable debthad learned to alloy b.tso metals with rabbits nnd lingered around town nil Hume ci I'nriu i 15 and the scores stood 43 to 19 in tavor ors to icpildloto vi: ouahanti:i: of their reason ol our present "hard tho precious ones, and governments Tin: day. When asked by his mother why auticms We would be glad to send yon any ItOL'OIlTFIIOM lS WILL COST MOIIi: Therefore, wo mint frea ofRosine. The Rosinc boys attribs times" is that people allow wore induced to assay nnd weigh tho he had not sold the rnbbitts, lie said sami: QUALITY CAN UK el the above named onpers. Thfs than thi: ute their success in a great measure and deceived. melnls and stamp tho weight and no one had asked lint was in the to bo inWoad (loUl dollars nrc too tcaice and drnr iiau fou i:i.si:whi:ui:. oiler 11 goo lor new subscribers nnd .. 1..1 .1 L'nde; sack. How many merchants arc like to the fine catching done by Joe lo serve on money of the j'ourycure iiKo oh' ones who pay on car in advance fineness upon coins of convenient Pierce. The Spring Lick boys seem free colnnRe u slhcr ilollur nlll uluuyfl A Spcelnl of WoincnV lint, Tor-mthat tho McKinlcy tar.ll laws should H,mponml th0m Tlcro wn9 thought this boy? They have plenty of goods to think it was Weeldlng's curve that Imi worth juit as much on n gold dollnr. l'rlce W.JO, Jfow Going nt$T. Call on Ilullingtnii, the lint her. for sale, but f.iil to tell the people They wero repealed, berepcnlc.!. , (,1(J govcrnmeilt Hesl Suiftir Sold at Other Htoreii TherTfor, e want free sllecr. ,.,.(,,, valuo "whnt is in the i.ick." If you ex- defeated them. Tho for S cents I'er Pound, Our I'rlcn 12 The gcnernnient can make 20 cciiIh and tho peoplo have sullercd. Bucklon'9 Arnica Salvo. to tlic uoiti, Imt the solo purpose was pect to sell goods in C. W. Daniel aud family lelt this this day and age worth of metal worth 100 cents In (fold ecu Iji, Tin: llr.sT Salvk in the world for same men who preached frco trado ,0 MV(J Ul0 )(coplo ,10 trol,i,i0 f Ouo Hundred Suit Hoys' Clothing, Cuts, by stamping It "one dollar." Coder of the world you must open your week for Texas. Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Will . .,oii.:llL, , 10 ,.., 8 nmi to protect aro now nuvocniiug ireu Miss Agnes Chilels and Mrs II. T. free coinage such n dollar would buy Cot$5.0J i:nch. Sacrlllci'.l utOnlyJia. Rheum, Itver Sores, Tetter, Chap-pe- d sack nnd keep shouting the merits of . . T. the people again bo deluded by iIipmj tnem ironi 1110 only linlf iu much goods us u gold doli:unlly III)- - Advance In 1'rloe of All Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nud all 11 is Thompson visited nt Sulpluir Springs couniericiiers. lar that Is, It would be worth only Other Ootxls in Stock. Stiroly not. lo true governincnts nro larger and your slock in trade Kx. Skin Uruptions, nnd positively cures false pretenses? Mary. last Sunday. halt iks much. Therefore, wc want free Piles, or no pay required. It is sruar- Tlrril nmi Vtrii Oill. avoid doing wrong, vote for McKin-le- y stronger Come Karlv nud Atold the Kunh, m nuteed to give petlect now thnn then, invenslhcr. A satisfaction or MT. STItKMNK, Kv., July 20, 1896. llrimirrnl. TIiIh Un(uiruileled Sale Will Only Last motey rclundcd. and Ilobart. The prosperity of the American of tions have shortened tho process Price i$ cents er The following special appeared in "We have (ound Hood's Snrsapa-rillTwo WueKs. depends on the amount of wealth box. FOR SAUC UY Williams & l'oi.mcs makes strange bed fel- supplying tho needs ol the human to be a most excellent tonic. My Tuesdays Courier Journal Irom this produced and the fairness with which Bell. tr Science has solved many daughter and myself have both taken place: All perHons who prefer to buy dear it Is distributed among- the prodoccii. lows. Four years ago Democratic family. IlARTi'onn, Kv., July 23. The Measuring products hi slhcr InMciid uf irixxU, ami w ho faor currency hchemea diflicult problems, but to mako some- it. My daughter does not now comTake advantnge ol ottrlow rate and newspapers and orators could say gold would neither uny nnre for raining prlccx, will plnixe nend their get your favorite county paper from thing out of nothing still remains plain of feeling tired when she nrises following statement was made by the wealth nor distribute:eieate nothing too sovcro against tho Popuit mole justly. orderH to the llrin of HTKWAKT. 1IL.VND. ALTGKLI), TKL- - now until Nov. 3$, for 25 cents cash among the secrets of the Omnipotunt, Therefore, we wnnt fice tdher. in the morning ns she formerly did. Rev. J. S. Coleman, D. D., n Thoy were abused and delists. Ll'.It CO., in advance. The country is suffering because t here From timo to time governments have We have also taken Hood's Pills with Democrat, and one ot the most widely Now they arc nounced unceasingly. Dcolcni In Cheap Money Not iona, Illtrh Is not half enough money todo lioslnesH known men in the Gecen river councombined together in an effort to elect changed tho legal ratio between gold good results." Mrs Pkicb Calk. 'i I'rIera.ArKUmvntn.ritTBIhvr lth. As soon ns a law is Whenever a druggist tells you he try. ni.d IVnr GcxmIs Theoilen. pushed our $000,000,000 in gold will alt The esteemed Hartford and silver to correspond with their Mr Itrynn. has something justasgoodlorcoaghs, Hood's Pills cure indigestion, bil"I make no ptetension to being a te withdrawn, and we shall lose nil gri(, etc., as Dr. Ilell's PlneTarllono J In aid mailu itself conspiciunii by actual ratio, but to fix an arbitrary iousness. politician, but determine my course thnt amount from circulation. ThereWeekly Hard Time Howler, reffor-villey don't you believe it, for we guar Will ratio irrespective of commercial value its denunciations ol 1'opulism. Calamity County, N. fore, we want free slhcr. in such matters by my own conscienante that it is not true. Wa make 'i:ni.vt. tho Herald identic explain whether w:n left to tho Populists of the last There Is something wrong with the Tin- - roarler-.Journithe genuine and authorize til drugHpk IU Mlad. Health of this (dace is good. tious convictions of right and duty as country somehow, though we don't The dny nf ter tlie Kentucky primaries gists to it. The U. K. Democrats havo turned PonulisU. or days ot tlio ninetecntn century. How Dr. CI. I. Kverly is thinking of lo- n citizen. Having been a lile-loknow what It is nor how to cure It. the Loulxvllle Courier-Journwild Sutherland Co , Paducah, Ky. whether they aro and havo been one j unfortunate that Teller and Tillman cating nt Render. is a good Democrat, never doubting that the Hut eecrj thing will ccme all right if a He For sale hvZ Wayne OrlKn ftDro., wero not in tlio United. States Sennto young Doctor and deserves n good principles ol Democracy are vital to lot of j and tlio ugltatois nrc elected "They (the democrata) hate repudl-ote- druggiit.aud Renlrow Ilros. Narrows. in the early part of this eontury.when location. the only (ir'lil'nt rhe ilejiuHiratlc Ky. the perpetuity of our American form to congress, so now and eecrhuUlmrly Mis. H G. Horns made tho follow(uirty hns ulcv-rand Mntil for 50 Congress was changing the legal to Wo have a great deal of saw log-it- ig of government, I do not hesitate to we wiuit free slhcr. Whldden M l.nuli Knll-tjeiiiw. Tlioy haw tho inewt l.iiiUlllr,llniilirsii ing prophecy regarding tlio Democrat- correspond with the commercial ratio 111 turret June I. and tie works going on at this say that I conceive that we hive lost illstlngulHlied of Kciitucl()'a IhlnifHoiiH Hrvent Million l'rn4n lliive .Muuej ou No. 41. No. 4 i. ic theory ot the tnnH: "Tho humbug of tho two metals. If Congress could (dace. Miel the jrreatTOt dcrmxrutlo InMlcct In List Saturday was paj day nil that is vital in Democracy in the ThU llaee. bound dally daily the l'nltel KtateH. They huonpltujMti I, Wot of thi entire Ire trade theory will not, by legislation, maintain tba par- and the town was full of people. Is reully between the interChicago platform; and, therefore, I It nice !.oui.Hville . , . 7 55 h m 6 30 p m the fathera of the (inrty hIiom- - nnini: I, Iltnndrnbutg ests of the ikbtoiKimd theeiedttoisof to ity of gold ami silver then with only soon be a matter ol demonstration Ceralvo is solid foi the gold stand-ai- d am favorable to a sound-moneplats J 7 55 nnd or'aubatlon tlvcy claim, have to the gcis-rn- l this country. Contiiu-I. Irviugton . , . 9 49 8 ao our people. I predict that tho object two or three cents dillerence in comand that means McKinley lor form nnd .1 sound money ticket. Jack-M- n Jcllcn.011 nn hUio9itIon, thcic nre not more debtors I.S'.epltinpoit . 10 2S 8 58 lesson will be complete, convincing.'' mercial value, how can it do it now President and J. W a conspirator, Itcntun n knueniuid for ConJ. S. Cor.r.MAN." than creditors, but four or five times ns I. 1047 9 18 l'or tlio faith I, Cloverpott . 11 many crcdltois as tlchtoiH, and, trun;;u Clctelnud a trnltor. Tho people with fifty cents dillerence? gress II other p.iits ol the county is Mr. llnrr was right. Ilawehvillc 9 44 Mr. W. G. Hardwick has had a to say, the debton, are not the xr titxl handed down through 100 yenm of I, Oweni-borns as iolid for Lewis as this commu. rcas. havo been convinced beyond 12 15 PU11048 pnrty hlktory they lme Hutwtl-tutenice veranda put up to his dwelling. dounlnxlcleuof the country, Imt e the 15 nity is he will carrj' Ohio county 500 11. 55 ii omiblo doubt that tliu Democratic u fail ivj'tcd byccry Intellljjviit Ar Henderson . mil compnrathely well to do. The gient No 42 No. 44. The Democratic party declared in majority. Good success for Thr ch Miration on the (fhriK-- , and for the People with hair that is continually debtors of this country nre rnllioads, idea of free trade, or a tarill lor icve-uuIvast bound daily daily huteBiib-Htltutaud Martin, of Cromwell, falling out, or those that nre bald, insuinneo eonipunieH and tinnhiorta-tlon- , c.xponcntH of that faith thsy is most dangerous to our wcllarc; iHiji that n protective tariff was unHiich aH)stle.i of Kjinllsm no I, Hcnntr.son . . . 7 20 a tu 2 55 p m lnaiiufactiiilug nud niercantllu forShcriiTiu 1897. can stop the falling, and get a good Ji'Miio. 8 25 is vicious and destructive to business constitutional. 3 55 tttewart, such exhorters of soelulLini ilh I, Owenshoro . coronitions and eoniiMiili's. II there is an) thing will make an growth of hair by using Hall's Hair of tho 0,000,000,(M!O of mortgngu 4 53 9 5 Tillman, Mich CMinfivlH of anarchlRin nu I, Hawesville . inteiests generally. I, Cloverort . Remeiuper only such medicines ReneWer. ') So old fashioned, rock ribbed, thorough 5 17 ot tills countiy is in the Altceld. Sntui day's work inakcA KenI. Stepheuport . 5 35 tucky republican formal. n lott stntca of New York, l'eiinslytnuia, Tin: advocates id' free coinage of hied Democrat stand on his hind legs were admitted for exhibition nt the I. Irviugton . . 6 16 10 51 Unulleyl-ai- i JINIIO. mm dead, Imt Saturnnd MussnchiisettM, and mostly In silver urguo that an increased demand and howl it is the tnlismnulc word World's Fair as nrc accepted lor use, Mr, Lon Lee nnd Miss Lizzie Willis the great cities of these states. Ia'hs day made It io,llilc for any rcpulilleaii I. nrandonhurg 639 tl 18 by physicians, in the practice ot medlor silver would enhance iIh value, "unconstitutional." s of our total niurtgngu to carry Kentucky owr a pnrty whlcK Ar Louisville . , 2 45 (i m 8 00 were married list Sunday night at thnn lilndH ItKlf to tli cor(n of fre allver-IsSo the Democratic party was suc- icine, Aycr's Sarsnparilln, Ayer Cherwhich grounds am well taken, but, Marvin Chapel in the presence of a IndebUxInehs is on farms or "acieti." 15. W. Haghy, a prominent lawyet Tho oiiu thing now for Kentucky cessful in 1K02 on the nigumeiit that ry Pectoral, and Ayer's Pills being The total number of mortgages Is V how Would fieo coinage increase tho large crowd of people, Rev. A. R. 777,ei08. Now, who mo the "rich" credelemexTiicy Is that tho Chicago eone u of Paducah. Ky., sayj that Dr. Hell's included in the list. They nre stand protiction was unconstitutional. demand? officiating. Tho government oilers us shall not ratify its Kt,tix'ndouH PinelTnr Honey ctueel his children of itors? Deposltorti in sa lugs and other ard medicines. Did the Democratic patty on comMuniler, nnd that chance seemj.nll too whooping cough when all things else s Miss Florence Whitc.Hnttford, visitliunka nud trust companies, mid stockan inducement to bankers and ing into power in lSy2 proceed to refailed. It's a newreineely lor coughs. holders In building nil loon uihociu-- t remote." ed Miss Susie Duke last week. I'.MOX, men tbioughoul the country to Guarantee by nil dealers. For sale move the "unconstitutional" pi elecious. There u ru o cr 0,000,000 of t hem. Nilver uml TiIcm. Horn July 22 to the wifeof Denliam Miss May Gray, Oweusboro, is at usesilvcr, to ship it to them at tho tive tntlu? Thero ure ut least 10,000,000 moru who Tho silver mineis wont free eolungo by Z. Wayne Griffin & Uro.. drueplit Hocker, n boy. the bed side of her brother, James, hold life Insurance policies or who aro to put ii(i tliu price of their (uoduut. and Renlrow llroa., Nartowsf Ky. expense ol tlm government and )ct it? Did Mrs. Thomns Bennett nnd children who is very sick. members of coopcruthc, frntemnl and The farmers want It to clicnicu dollars. millions ol silver doHais 1110 pilnl up Well, hardly. It cannot do both. If, as tho silver Hpe nt a few days at lie la last week Henty Allen went to Duford Sat- Industrial aid and benefit naociutlons. For Sams At a bargain a Schol-arshin tlie United rflulm tiensury. Thoro proteclet the uncou.sti'utiou.il It Into which 01 ganlntlous they hao paid miners contend, free colimpo would so witli lelatives. urday, in the Lexington Business geod money. The nerage amount to adinnee slhcr iu to innku thi bullinn in cciliiiuly can bo no further demand tive taiill severely alone for over a T. iM. Moiton and wife, A. C. StevMiss Mattie Luce, Hnrtlotd, Is vistho cieelltof unch of ourSO.OOO.OOOen-d-ltoru silver dollar worth J IK) eents. Hum tlm College. Apply nt this office. for silver dollars while such condiyear. Is nbut$300. Tho average amount ens and hmily spent Sunday In Pond iting Miss Ada Duke at this writing. slhcr dollar would to as hind to get I'rrsunnl, tions iiits. Then it invited the protected monRun neighborhood, Messrs. Alono Gray 'and Jake of each debt Is out $1,300. I'oor peoplo nud n eostly to Uu- - farmer as the gold Fitnn 64 page reference cannot glee morigagea of oter Sl.'.iOO. dollar Is now nllepred lo lie. One or tlm book to any person medical with opolies of tho country to send rep. Mr. Steve Stevens was the guest of Shepherd, Oweusboro, were here last any Tin: mot ning alter llryan's eleis ri'cnnttitiv... trt VV.i1tf n If frco colnngo wins, L'0,000,000 ci editors other eln of fre-- allwr nihocntes spechl, chronic ornfllictcel tnti'll 111,. his Mster, Ada Reid, Wednesday. .... ... delicate disease : ..1 n..:i...i Ui..i... 1... 1. ..1.1 Monday. will lose 1111 atcrnge of about $tSO each, would bu dlwipolnted In the result of " i)cmocri,nc i,nw much llll. peculiar to their sex. Addrcfs the cRrecS Miss Maggie Petersk Mudisoville, A gang of youngsters from the and 3,000,000 debtors will win an ber-1-1 fne coinage. leading physicians nnd surgeons of ici.ey, other thnn gold.would rush to cotlstilut(11,ai flection they want-thgu of about $0SO eacli. If sound Again, tlm most numeioiiH class of was the guest ol hergrnudfather, Mr, pennaryle districts made a raid 011 tiensury mid Mili.trcasurcrics of Ct w Ins, neither debtors nor credfree coinage advocates consists of men the United States, Dr. Hathaway & lilljab Johnson, Inst week. melon patches here one night this Co,, 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. the United Slatoi and demand 10- itors will gain orloseunythlng txce(it who think that the demonetiThen they went lo work nnd Mr. Pon Reigeis will teach the week. time lost while attending the nice. zation of klher depressed tho prlco of 43 ur. . till tho last gold elollnr is Cl n tarill law that contained more Cooper school, district Ne. 25, this The tacky party Saturday night nt farm pinducts, nnd therefore, that frco Ah this In a race of nu up to diituwlth passed out to tho impatient lio'ders, "unconstitutional" protection than fall. MOTIOK. Miss Sophia Davidson will Miss Susie Duke's was much enjoyed nn out of date boat, nud one In which colnnpe would enhiineti such prices. s I Wltrr and when (ho first silver dollar is eif- - the Republican war tarill", mtu and vromtn la th UalM tho sympathies and Interests of teach nt Prentis. by all pres-n- t. Plow Doy. iDUrnted Slt to ertrj onemofeht Opium ou Wtlikr and of tho spectators nrc, or should LOSTVITALITY uakltt fercd tho holder of greenbacks, the That is the way In which the Dem tiTi IkiM dis-- " iut bookt Mr. John Hodges nnd wife spent Aililrin II. M. WoolUjr, Atlinta, UK, be, with the crew in tho modern boat, Quickly restored bv Dr. KmmcrHoii'a iSgx i'i.i:.tsANr. XI, and an will b iat 70a lie. news will be llalied over ever) wire ocratic party fulfilled its promised! Sunday with hrr mother. . thero can bo little doubt ua to the re- I'Vencb Nervo F001L Mr. Yirgil Drown, Mr. Sam Tame This remedy in the world that the United Slates 1802 sult. Mrs I.yda and Miss Illanch Cole- and s is put in highly condensed Knr Hnlr. form an'd hi, Lewis, visited friends near Tlu Di'tiioeiiitle nartv l'ocdintn Hie man are the guests of Mrs. Adn Reid, (mvornmoiu is luuurupt. Uvor I will, asTreasuier of school DisMlchltftiu'a i:ir!eiici. acts utonco upon tlie sexual organs, Peda last week. Ill lb'J2 It wiw nip and luck between driving out all (lipases, genus ami trict No. 1 (colord) olTer for sale at the gtiOO.OOO.OOO of gold w.unll go emt ol campaign of 'y(i (iledgid to the liees S. II. V, K P Mrs. John Saudfjrd and family are the deuiocruU and icpubllcnna In betting ti)i a healthy uud vigorous Couit House door in Haitford, Ky., ciie'iil.itiou ill moment. Our jtiOO,- - coinage of sliver. If it is Miccessful Mulilenbiirg visiting relatives in Michigan, In 1604 tho democrats put nt tho polls in November will it enIt makes the o.M (eel young on Monday, August 3.1896, the 'l'lii Nifiiiirf Til lute 000,000 ot silvcscurieiu'.y in tho same u distinguished and popular inun up ngiin. It No prop.? The sherill was talking politics county this week. pisiilvo euro lor lost act tree coinage law? moment would ilrop to iU bullion value Miss Hnllle Senrce, of Missouri, is for got ci nor ou a straight sixteen to MANHOOD. It will poaitivclv euro city belonging to the lollowing nam- - .. when a constable drove up with n man Will It? one platform, making that the Issue, Our SIl.'il),. or about ?.'00,000,000. spending the summer with the fami- and tho majority against them was indigestinii, los ol brain nower', liend id tax paj era amount of tax oppo- - . in n buggy, d Read the answer in the patty's site each name: 000,000 greenbacks, with Mlver lor ly of Julian Kverly, 100,UtU. In less thnn six months thero nchu weak memory ami till unhealthy "Mnjah, this yere Is Jim Ilnwlnud, on the Mi ID question, .'3? Names. happened to be another state election, norvous conditions of tho system. Taxes, J It a ledcemcr, will ho worth but i?l7.r, Mr. Miywotth liaru&rd nnd lam), J wdio has ben sentenced to jai fur Shanks llrooks nnd the demociuta still clung" to six- will euro nil elbcaecs catiseel by , . . ffoo,,,.' Terrible calamities to over-- ' 000,000. ninety days by the com t over nt Ma- ly, ol No Creek neighborhood have teen to one, and In n midyear contest, nil dif eases caused byer-reuIsaac Stovall .aooe- .j, moved kick to their home with us. take a country in a single day, but us It wan, the majority against them Masters Call nnd Motto.i I'ulker-son- , rlon," said the constable, iudiierintiins nud dissipations ol SauiMnseley Rev Or eat house is conducting reamounted to Rn, 107. That wus enough youth. It will relieve tho KFFIiOTS livery industiy it h not night jot. "Jim Hnwnnd, eh?" ipierlcd the Moiton's (lap, ate visiting their Tnils Griffin j V) This year blictin, "What's the sentence fin?" ligious worship nt the residence of for them.sound money. they tie them- OFTOI1ACCO, opium uud liquor. lieu Carter in tho country, sivuthixoupoii which uncle, Mr. V, 11. Morton selves to a 00 It ii the greatest tonic 011 earth lor Willlnms Hardin this week, ' "Stealin" two pigs," said the prls. Mis. lleitte Aidiby U veiy low with preprint uxistouco absolutely depend, . ; 2 00 malo or lunialo. It is just tho thing Uiley Griffin Mr. Sherman Coudit is 011 the hick The Tall Too Kmitll to Vimg the Dog. will shut down. Interest intcs e'oiiMimptloil and Is not ixpcctvdlo oner. 1 00 tho slhcr you need il you aro run down from Willie Taylor The total population of list. "Waal, yo' otter be sent to jail. iiioiimirod by tho new standard of live Including nil thosn nnv cause. If you hnvo night sweats On the above nniounts there is a a nilnlngeiommunltlcs, Mr, Robett James is spending ' Miss Caiiie lllll, who has been I.oeik ycrv, Jim I lowland, what sort w hooro directly or Indirectly dependent vnliiM will bo eloubled. Tho ratillea- or it you mo wakeful nnd lentlem und lee ol $2 00 added to each account, Allen on slher money for n living, cannot exol a man might yo' be on the " short time with his aunt Mrs. liavolmel elrcams litis remedy is extioti ineellngs in tlio .South mid Wont ',illte sick, s better. 48 4t John Kjno, Treasurer, ol lleela. ceed 700,000, Why should tiie intercut llrooks Wo havo fo actly what you nerd. Mcssts 1(11 nnd Thomas Tiu.slcy, will l asked twice tho present price tho 70,000,000 peoplo of tlio United much cnnfidencnln it that wo gunnin-tc- o Mr. John D. Pell happened to n of "Putty sipiar', kiirnel jnuty Good Old Granny Metcnlf, 86 years. ' i Iw sacrificed to sunnorcd hi' lot ponder, but why probing tho list Ciccnville, visited their luother Mr. r: to do just what wo sav "velum! old, living vcty pttnful accident last week by Btntos nl 4lla umnll the ninllmi rt tlinlp 4.uulo nl 618 Monroe street, Pothe day alter llrjuu's Henry Tliisley la.it Tuesday, also 8ll.U', id diKimti'is, tlio money. Ono box 8J.0Q, ent se- litical, Ky., says that Dr. Dell's He la Insignificant mniier? Isn't It o Ileeau.se," resuuie.1 the ollieial, sticking a unll In liU foot Pine iI'M'lt' n will ntver i'iiiic thilr.sl.Ur, Mis, Robctt iiiuitli, sealeel by mail, post ) aid to Tar Honey Is the best grip cure,1 ' I tall to wag such ntuponoouB nog1.' rr. curely "eme end ol the iiil has cived out. 80",e ltuer nl ",s willing, mil una any address in tho U. 8,, titb full couch, lung nnd bronchial remedy Tnul I'loneer Pre'. McK, Hiirn, on tho 15th lust, to the wife the roof lias sunk in, nud the niggers ble to be up. iurtiuctious. Six boxes $5 Conthnt has been ofleied to the people has tipped out nil the floors. It'aa Mi. Dan ll.tincs, n gill venient to enrrv, nice to tako luring life Guaranteed by. Z, kee iuiiDirii.s Itv.lrituwUU UmiI tmim eii, for THE FRHXOir NFUVI3FOODCO Wavne her & Uro., dtuggist, anil Griffin I'he two j ear old child ol Mr lllc'i. mighty lonesome place to put n white Iii.Iiii. N..1.I 1 lyr Kcr.frow Bros., NofiQwg, Ky, Ivounvillo, Ky, b r man In, and I don't reckon he'd stay onl White died Tu diy and JXuriford Kcpublicnn , Sixtiihk to one urbtifil'' predict they'll "bunt." ynr. y Boils 1 DELKER Are bod t. Imp-(ciic- d Impure Bi cycles - an - V nces - ARE RIGHT CYCLE Bicycle ropuirng of nil kinds done promptly DELKER HFC MM - 11 209 Alien Street, brain-weary- nerve-exhauste- e Blood 0"WEJNrSBORO Bicycles! Bicycles! Monarch, ON 0UIIKNT1UELLNE0F WHEELS. g Hood's Sarsaparilla Overland 11 voney We Will Save Sundries at Uock JJottom Prices. Jlopiiiring done on short notice. G& trexjr 2m,l fet3.ti.9 i: Mag-n7ln- nt-c- at than "euil-Wtcklc- y ... onc-lin- lf s. r. that them-selve- ij i'"""'"' , Iit icr. ... l.lle-I.nii- I n I life-lon- g i frco-colnu- NohI-ruui- a e. ng chcup-mone- il (Jiu-hu- '' 11 y I.-- u 11 111 d iir-m- e, nl Om-ln- ill , llll-nol- two-fifth- 1 busi-iich- 11 1 ip s """"" "". .m.i... I o eur-re-n- J n I four-fifth- I ' 11 11 ' icc-oi- ,- ... aver-nge?- IKn-detso- u ,' prty . , ' I -- v.i Children Cry for Pjtoher' CMtorliu Children Cry Jltohor' Castorlft, - t$stSBg - CAN'T COMPLAIN!!.8o While some merchants are coiiinlaing and discussing IIA11D TIMES, politics, etc., --FAIR n-o- o. White kid belts Co's. 25c at Fair llros & ' INSTOUTE. A stanu the rest. subsu-iiienll- Miss Daisy Stevens, of (leaver Dam, is unite ill. Remember, Ki.Iii.i.s, we have nice gindc curds. Ladies collars Bros & Co's, Large Number in BROS. & CO. ltcv. William Copp, whoso father vim 11 pli)Rlcluii for over fifty jours, In A'l-Jersey, nntl who himself spent many j cars preparing fortlio practice of medicine, hut y entered the ministry of the JI. K. Church, writes: "I am glad to testify that I liavo had until) zed all the and culls at Fair Campaign goods, all Bros. & Co's. kind, at Fair take your Are having a good trade, and in order to mako it better tliey have put their lino of summer goods sarsaparillaprepara. tlons known in the trade, hut Fair Bros. & Co., school orders. will ilT COST 7c woith 8c 6c worth 7c c worth 15c 4" d Now is your time to buy summer goods; hot weather is just on us. Read below the bargains: Zclphry Ginghams Dress Styles Gingham Stripe Piques Stripe Batiste riain and l'aucy Organdies Persian Ptrcals ls tho only 0110 of them that I could re com m end as 11 CI lilnnil.llllrlllnr I !..,. Riven away hundreds of bottles of it, as I consider It tho safest as well ns the best to bo had." Wm. Coi'i Pastor M.K. Church, Jackson, Minn. ijrT? vi 1 AYER'S 'v9t&&l 7MV M When In doubt, nek for Ayor'a Pllli Good rigs and good drivers at Field & iSarsaparilla the i ONLY WORLD'S S TAIR Ready made muslin underwarc at Fair Bros. & Co's. Nice Parasols 50c 75c and $1 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Special ptlces tn teachers this week at Fair Bros. & Co's. Keep cool by using one of Fair Dros. & Co's fans. Thos. Black has nothing but the very freshest groceries T.ie Ohio County Circuit Court will convene Monday. Rememoer, leave your older with Thos. Black fot groceries. Born to the wife of Mr Weaver last Sunday a boy. 5c for nice J. W. ' 7c worth 10c 8c worth i2)4c :oc worth hemstlchcd handker- Holbrook's. chief at Fair Bros & Co's. the family All to Mr. Ash by, Henderson, is visiting of Mr. A. D White. latfc '5Jfc . Plain nml figured Swisses White Duck Grass Linen Iodides Muslin Drawers, Skirts ant! Gowns Ladles Vest ' . 15c worth 21)', Buggies as cheap as the cheapest at Field & Holbrook's. Field & Holhrook defy all competition in the buggy line. .... wo't ... ia;i ,cc worth 20c 7j;c. I2;c organdies lawns reduced nt Fair Bros. & Co's. 50c to $1.25 is tlic guest Miss Kiuma Haycraft, Louisville, ol Miss Kva Morton. ",tu ioc 25c Misses Emma and Bessie Fair ate visiting relatives in Henderson. Ready made shirt waist 50c reduced from $1 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Udell Vest 2jcorlh Remember Bullington cm give yau the very best in the tonsorial line. Col. Lem Mcllenry left Tuesday for Diamond Springs to spend several days. Mr. W II. Grifli has greatlv improved hi house by having it paint ed. 1 1 Woven Corsets Men Sweaters Ladies 5os worth 75c ShiitWaht ... 5 . with 50c : P II Men Shirts 5c 50c worth $1 & 60c worth $ 1 Fans and Parasols at low prices. Field & lIllnoo aie selling Buggies, harness, M.miu's lapdusters aid We arc determined to carry less over this season than ever before, so these goods must go As our fall line is now coming in. whips. Judge L. P. Little and Attorney J. W. Lyt'e, Owensboro, were in to.vn last Friliy. Misses Hv Hints Ro:kp rt, and Annie Petty, Foidsvil'.e, are vliitin Miss Mabelle IIoc'cr. 1 I xAs Advertised When in Hartford Misses Annie and Ollie Bennett, Bcda, gave us a pleasing call fl.ttur dav while In town. Miss Susie White' has returned to Louisville after spending several days visiting the Misses Cox. If you are needing a nice II. M. T. buggy call and price at Field & Molbrook before you buy. Attorneys Jo B. Vickers nud IS. P. Neal and Deputy Clerk Oc.ir Bishop nttcndeil court nt Fordsville Mond iy. s Field & Molbrook buy their by the car load dirwt liom the manufactory paying cash. Hence the low prices. bug-gicI Call on us and we will show you a line of goods excellent in quality, low Truly, 111 prices. cSc Co- lETa-I- r fiarlford iii:avi:k ham Fast Mail Acconiniodation . 11. Bros. gemple iiyja. 3-- of fashion.- lit- - timk taiii.i". 7:16 a. m. in. V- The Law Mionlil. WBST BOUND. Way Freight Vm P."' FJ 8:r8 p. in. Accomuiodatiun New Orlcaus Limited . . 11:22 p. in. I5AST-I10UND. Cincinnati Limited Accommodation . ... Way Freight Accummodation Fast Mail lV" 4:33 a. iu a. m fi'3 ' " 1:2911. m IlARLKN 730 P ' MERUICK, Agt. K vto 13 Mi v V 14 I.lqnlil l.lrcltliily TrallmmilnN. My wife suflered lor twelve years with sour stomach and indigestion I tried everything I heard of without getting reliel. By the use of one hot tie of Liquid Klcctricity she was not only relieved, but entirely cured. I found it effectual for cure of toothache also. IIuo.ii.Roach. McIIeury.Ky. I stepped on a rusty nail and run it almost thtough my foot, causing n severe, painful and dangerous wound. After trying everything that is usually used and getting no relief, I purchased n bottle of Liquid Electricity. After applying it n few times I was relieved ol pain and swelling began to reduce nml in a short time was able to walk. I earnestly recommend it ns the best remedy I ever used Mrs.Mauy A.WiLsoN.MclIenry.Ky. On night of June 26th, 1896, I was bitten by a very poisonous spider. After using several remedies without botany relief I purchase a fifty-cetle of Liquid Electricity; ami alter a few applications was greatly relieved. Am confident it was instrumental in I cheerfully lcconw saving my life. mend it to suflering humanity as n valuable family medicine Duncan Pknman, Mcllenry, Ky, I have healed several scalds and burns very rapidly by the use of Li. quid Electricity. I think it the best healing remedy I ever used Wimjam CimiSTiAN.BlackFiuith, Mcllenry, Ky. I have used Liquid Klectricity for cuts, cramps, colic, tic, and find it to be a rapid,healer, and reliable rem-edMws. Annir Duncan, Mcllenry, Ky. I am authorized to appoint sub. agents; nnd am prepared to furnish same with this wonderful remedy, nt I I The Ice cieain supper nud entertainment at Beaver Dam last ThursWe hac a law in Kentucky which permits the aires I and sale ol the la- day night was well attended nnd a bor of street comer loafers. The pleasant time was spent by all who A large parly Mayor ol Augusta has issued his wete in attendance. proclamation to the lo.ifeis ol that from Hartford wtnt over on n hay place notifying them that he will wagon . piocced to enforce this statute if the Mrs Rebecca Vuught has rented nuisance now prevailing in that town bur dwelling house to Mrs. Yciscr, who will take charge of same about is not at once broken up. the first of September. Mr3. Vaught . Cnrl.-r- . llnjvtitri There was n fine legal battle be,' will likely mike ner honi? with Prof, twecn Prosecutor May ward and Capt. nnd Mrs O. 51. Sliuli. nt South CarSam Carter, the black barrister. rol ton. Reuben Allen was charged with hav'Messrs. Albert Jones and Henry ing stolen a silver watch from Ernest Mitkeu, OA'cnsboro, passed through Capt. Cuter defended him, Hartford Tuesday morning on their Chance and everybody thought he had won way home from Sulphur Springs, his case, and there was some surprise where they had been since last Saturwhen he was held over iu the sum of day. They were making the trip on 250. Mr. Aaron Kohn personally their bicycles, and report a pleasant expressed his sympathy for Capt. but rocky ride. Carter, Louisville Post. Hon II. II. S.nlth.of Hardin coun.Notice. ty, Democratic candidate lor ConNotice is herby given that we gress in tbis district, was iu town will, on the 1S1I1 day of August, 1S96, this week making new acquaintance? Duild. and renewing old ones. apply to the Kentucky-Citizen- s Mr. Smith an Association to issue a cer- is a youtig man with good appeartificate r five hundred shares of run- ances and it is no doubt that ha wilt ning stock in lien of share No 607 be hard to beat lor the nomination. day He will speak at the Court House heretofore, to wit: On the 1892, issued to, and being next Monday. of the property of S. C, Taylor, now deAniucIii lion. ceased. The Daviess County Baptist AssoGiven under our hand, this iSth ciation n ill hold its next annual asday of July, 1896 523! sociation witli the church at Island Jno. S. & Waixacr Brown, Station, beginning August n. ConAdministrators of S.C Toylor, Dec veyance fiom the Station, reduced If you need anything in the buggy tailioad fare and dilvcrs on the line, you will bo well to call on Field ground, will be among the attractions & Mollirook where you can get them ol the association . Theseieloii runs through three days Anything but a at prices to suit tne times. dull time may be expected. Distinguished preichers from abroad will ctiUrtalu the outdoor crowds. J. H. Colkman, Moderator. lord. I ing-Lo- Kiiliirffil In llnrl MissOuida Reed, Fordsville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jo B. Vickers. science and arts of teaching and Republicans be on hand that their minds and hearts were in night and form the Republican Club. their work. Every subject brought Misses Mullie and May Ferguson, up for discussion was ably handled. Tuesday night Prof Lumley delivSouth Carrollton, are visiting Miss ered quite an able address to the .Mamie Bennett. teachers, taking for his subject: "The Teachers if you want grade cards, Foundation and Preparation of the call at Tim Rr.punucAN office and Earth as tho Abode of Man" His leave your order. address has been highly complimentWhile iu town next week call at ed. Wednesday morning the Institute Thomas Black's for anything you again convened in Court Hall with a need in the grocery line. large number of teachers in ottend-nnc- e, A Republican Club will be organizwltk an interesting program for ed :.t the Court Mouse the day. Devotional excercises were night. Don't forget it. conducted by Rev. J. P. Hicks and minutes of preceeding meeting read Bis line of shirts, collars, cuds and approved. The program was handkerchiefs at Fair Bros. & Co's. and taken up in an able manner by Prof. Special prices to teachers. Lumley who explained grading. A Visiting teachers are invited to at- gieat dedl of interest was manifested tend Fair Bros. & Co's., clearance and a great many questions were sale of all summer goods this week. asked on the subject, which showed that the teachers were thoroughly Leave your order for Ice We will convinced of the importance of graddeliver from 5 to 6. After that time ing in their schools. we will not deliver. After recess Prof. Wm. Foster talkCarron 5s Co. ed on the subject of psychological of good shirting $t. 20 terms, followed by Jno. B. Taylor up2 yards In the afternoon Prof. yards of good calico $1. 20 yards of on Senses. goM bicarb, cotton ji. 20 yards of Lumley gave a talk upon tho Teacher good Brown cotton $1. Other goods as a factor in civilization which was well received. in ptoportion nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Hon. II. II. Smith, of Hardin counThe following named persons have ty, was next introduced and gave an paid ihiir subscription to Tim eloquent talk. He was here in the since our last issue. Miss interest of his race for the Democratic Ataiedm Wilton, McEuen; V. II. nomination for Congress. Leisure, O J Thomas, Hartford; F. Yesterday morning devotional exM Farrls, W. S. Ford, Olaton; Juliercises were conducted by Rev. Jo. B. us Eaves A J. Carman, Jo C.Mocker, Rogers, singing by the choir and the Taylor Mines; 5Irs. T. L. Davis, Sul- discussions of the various subjects phur Springs; W. If. Baize, Baize-tow- begun. Jack Smith, FordsvilU. Dr. W. Alexander has filed suit Quite an ictctestiug game of ball against the schooljtiustees for $776,42 was played nt the Fair Grounds yesbalance claimed to be due him. Litterday evening between the Hartford tle & Little and Lytle, Owensboro, This was the brought the suit. nnd Fordsville teams. second game for these two clubs and some excellent playing was done. A Ilrimbllrnii Allriitloii. large crowd was on hand and much Republicansof Eastand West Hartenthusiasm was cteated. At the ford precincts, and all persons interclose of the game the score stood 26 ested in the election of McKinley and to 16 in favor of the Hartford club. Hobart, are requested to meet at the Court House Saturday night at 8 A native African of the Bassaw o'clock for the purpose of organizing tribe Deemer Somali Jarboydju Jupo-l- o, a club. the famous African lecturer and W. A GmsoN.Ch'ui'n Co Com. humorist, will give a lecture upon Jno, P. Morton, Sec'y " Africa and its people, enlivened with native songs and dialect speaking, an Master Charlie GrlfEu fell troma exhibition of African relics .costumes, wagon last Monday morning while etc., and a grand pauarama, showreturning from Beaver Dam and ing the perfect condition of Africa. caught his loot in a wheel and was Marvelous, curious, wonderful, grand. pretty badly bruised up. Me is able Come see the 'rara arvis in terra," to be out on crutches now. night, nt the Court Mouse August 1. Admission only 10 cents. , n; ui.i.din.ccd 1, 13 sill) ol the Kingdom ol Cllllst" Text, Daniet 7 14 18 27 for more than nn hour he held An intorostlng Sosslon nnd large crowd nsstill as If they were the Throughout. all comfortable. Finding himself greatly exhausted he abruptly closed, The Ohio County Teachers' Instiw hen the reunion began by hand tute met in College Mnll Monday shaking nnd congratulations t'int morning and the house was called to brought tears to m.uiv, unity eyes. order by Supt. Shultz, and devotional Alter which n most sumptuous dinner exercises were conducted by Rev. Jo. on which nil this multitude fed to B Rogers. The welcome address llrfictory was spread for nil was delivered by Rowan Molbrook Taking nil in ml it was truly nn , and Prof. Wm. Foster responded on . ovation to Dr. Coleman, of which any behalf of the teachers, I man could justly be proud, yet one Supt. Z. M. Shultz was eicctca he justly merited by virtue of many Chairman and L W Godsey was elect- long years of rcumrknble successful ed Secretary, Miss Mattic Taylor, pastorute labors, extending through Secretary. Prof. W. E Lum-leneatly a quarter of a century, during of Pulaski, Tenn., was on hand which time were converted as Instructor. He is a fine educator and added to Old BuckCieek Church, and the teachers arc well pleased with This occasion was a most becoming his work. A motion was made nnd one and will be long remembered. cat ricd to move the Institute to the Omit House. Spelling-nn- d its importance was Rev. Wilson filled his regular ap. discussed in the afternoon by L. W. pointment here Sunday. Godsey, J. II. Barnes nnd others, after The ice cream supper given by the which several subjects were taken up Christian Itnde.-.voon last Thursday teachers nnd thoroughly disby the cussed. Adjourned to meet Tuesday evening was n quiet yet an enjoyable aflair. Sufficient means were made Morning. House was called to order by Supt. to purchase literature and that was their sole aim. The members most Shultz and Rev. J S. Chandler conducted devotional exercises, and after heartily thank the Hartford crowd for singing by the choirthe program was their pationage, and nlso the home The different people that attended. taken up for the day. Mrs. II D. Hunt and son, Percy, subjects which had been assigned and daughter, little Miss Sallie, rewere handled in a masterly manner by the teachers, which showed clearly turned last week from a pleasant visit that they were well up on the to relatives in Rochester and Hunts-vill- e. Attendance This Week. most good humor, insomuch not nn accident occurred to mir the pleasure of the occasion, save that it few indi viduals wete ovtiromc and exhausted h) lilt cxrrslv h 'flt lb Wl. (.'..Lilian Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. jtct: "rhe Certainty Wllllfc-L- CREAM l BAKING A MOST PERFECT MADE. purs Craps Cream of Tartar Powder. J0 YEARS THE STANDARD. freni Ammonia, Alumor any other adulterant. mmm ELLENDALE. Fn BEAVER DAM. r The big Kentucky Fair begins this year on July 28th nnd ends August ift Flveda)s drvoted to instruction, nmusementii and tecrcation. The management arc making superhuman efforts to make it the leading fair of the State. There will be and rare attractions in nil departments. The gorgeous floral hall of '95 will be eclipsed by the splendor of U1I3 year. A 110 Packard organ will be given to the best display ol ladies' work in the hall and $ 25 00 in gold to the best display of each county represented by nt leost three displays. The best article ot each cUss will also receive a liberal premium. The Poultry Exhibit' promises to make the poultry show second to none in the State. Premiums liberal and classification lull. New regulation coops are used and H.VMI.l.V Mr. Henry Davis and family, of Alexander, spent Sunday with Mr. Johu I. Felix nnd wife, Mr, James Black attended church tll.ll'KI. When Btby wm tick, wo gave her Cutorla. When tha a CUM, tha cried (or CMtorb. When ihs became Mia, ha clung to Cutorla. When aba had CUireu.aha garatbem Cutorla, iu Poor Blood Is starved blood. It shows itself in pale cheeks, white lips, weak digestion, no appetite, exhaustion, lack of nerve force, soft muscles, and, chief of all, weak muscles. Your doctor calls it Anaemia. He will tell you that the weakening weather of sum- -, mer often brings it on. Correspondence solicited, D. S. DUNCAN, Gen Agt 52 , Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liv- er Hypo-phosphites, Oil with will make poor blood It would be n great convenience to d the reading people of Hartlord it we rich. It is a food for could get the Louisville papers here and weak digestion, so prepared early on Sunday mornings. As it is that it can easily be taken in we have to wait until in the afternoon Oil or summer when and the papers ate lying at Beaver even ordinary foods might repel. Dam all the while It is the duty of Nw York some one to look into this matter. SCOTT St BOWNE, J 8t over-taxeCod-liver Mcllenry, Ky. Who will do it? f sir salt t o- and f i.w by nil druggist. Him. II. 91. Miillll, Of Hardin county, candidate for the Democratlc nomination for Congress iu the 4th District will speak nt Rockport, FiMay, July 31, 2 p, m. Render schonlhousc ' 31, 8 p, m. Marlford, Monday, Aug. 3 2 p. m Fordsville, Tuesday, " 4 2 p m. Morse Branch, Mon , Aug. to 1 p.m Cromwell, Tuesday, Au3.11 2 p.m. Centertowu, Wed , Aug 12 2 p. in. Bulord, Thursday, Aug. 13 3 p. iu. Dtaneficld, Friday, Aug. 14 2 p m Sulphur Springs Friday, Aug 14 8 p tu at night. 11 . UllMK llHll. Last Saturday the Hartford Ball Club played n match game on tho Hartford grounds with the Center-toThe game was quite InClub teresting thioughout nnd was hotly contested and resulted in a victory for the home team in a score of 8 to Battery for the home term was 4 Ford, Wedding nnd Hudson nnd the Centertown were Milter, Paught and Edwards, A large crowd was lu attendance, wn at Liberty Sunday. Quite n crowd attended Miss Susie Duke's party Saturday night from this place Mrs, Pirtle nnd sister, Mrs. Johnson, ol Louisville, called to see Miss Jennie McDowell Friday, Mr. D. E. Black and daughter, Francis, vlited in Bethel neighborhood Sunday. The farmers are through threshing ' wheat and oats,and the yield was very small. Two Morman preachers came to hold n protracted meeting nt New Hope at the chtlstiau church Saturday, but was not permitted to enter ! therein, thcrefoie have taken there departure. Messrs Willie Felix, Andrew Maples attended the marriage of Mr, I.ounie Lee to Miss Willis Sunday ui jlit nt Marvin Chapel, Mr. Small from Indiana will teach the fall school at this place. Miss Ina Black was the guest of Miss Clara Foster Sunday. Mr. Morris Harnett payed a short visit in this neighborhood Sunday. suiuc the responsibilities of the great Rev, Wilsau of Beaver Dam, will occasion. fill his regular appointment at Ham. of those lu attendNot lin Chapel Sunday. ance could get within either hearing Miss Maggie Felix was the guest or even seeing distance. The crowd was variously estimated at from 1,500 of Miss Ria Felix Monday. Busy Burs, to 3,000 bouIs, nil exhibiting the nt- one-thir- Ureal Meelluif. Last week we announced the cons t em plated reunion of Old Buck Creek Chutch for the purpose of giving her old pastor, Dr. J. S.Coleniau, a grand reception. Last Sunday this meeting materialized, beyond the roost sanguine expectations of its most zealous supporters. But for the excessive lilgh temperature which was high up in the ninety's, the day was nil that could be desired. At an early hour the swarming multitude began nrriving by every mode of conveyance known to modern travel, from the humely farm wagon to the flying railroad express. Soon the grounds were crowded with vehicles, horses and a melting mass of humanity, which packed the new church edifice to its utmost capacity, with nu eager crowd leit f tandlng at the doors and windows, nil gazing to catch a glimpse or hear u word from the lips of the old man of God as he arose in the pulpit to as Miss Gertie Mouroe returned Tuesday from a visit to Miss Myrl Butler, of Morgantown. Mr. Williams lectures in the M. E. Church Friday evening and every one should hear him, Mrs. A. V. Thompson and sons, Robbie and Daniel, Louisville, are visiting Mrs Thompson's sister Mrs. O Stevens. Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes Accommodations lor 10,000 people Virgie Mocker and Sadc Austin spent that will be in daily attendance will Sunday afternoon in the country at ample, luxurious and cheap. Beside Mr. G. W. Barnes. the big hotel there will be a village of Mr. A. M. Hunt made a trip tents small tents, family teuts and through Butler with Mr. K. J. tents big enough to sleep a Sunday this week. School excursion. Mrs. Brewer, Rochester, is visiting Handsome premiums y given to her daughter Mrs. K. J. McKenney. couples marrying on the grounds on The infant of Mr. J. M. Likens died Wednesday and Thursday. Monday. Excursion rates on all railroads and Mr. Harry Monroe has quite a bad rivers of middle and Western Kenfoot caused by poison oak. tucky. Several of our town and near counAdmission 25c. Tuesday the 38th try people spent Sunday at Mr. Had being ladies' day, ladies and children Austin's four miles from here. They under 10 free. W. F. Rawer, repott a splendid time. President Ellendale Fair Co. Misses Maud Taylor and Emma For lurther information and prem-- . Barnes spent Tuesday night in Harts lum lists address the Secretary. f ird with Mrs. Shelby Taylor. Privileges sold to highest and best Miss ClifHe Gray' has returned from bidder. Bids close July loth 1896. the country. R T. Smith, There at present nnd have been for Ellendale, near Curdsville, Ky. several weeks many cases of whooping cough. It is going very hard forThis testimonial is unsolicited and the benefit of humanity. My with some yet light with others. aaugiiter lias been subject to severe Attye. colds and croup and often taken with violent coughing spells nt night. Dr. Hon. L.J, Beauchamp delivered quite Bell's Pine Tar Honey Is the only an interesting lecture at the Court preparation I have founn that will relieve her. I think It is as necessary House Wednesday night. in the house-hol- d as a Hie preserver on a steamboat. Res'y, B. L. jESsar., Jan. 18,1895. State Colored Iteplihllriiii T.eiiKiie. 202 W, Bridge St., Louisville, Ky. The colored Republicans of the For sale by Z. Wayne Griflin&Bro,, State met in the city lof Frankfort at druggist, nnd Renfrew Bros., Nar12 m , July 28, pursuant to a call rows, Ky. j made by Dr. E E. Underwood. The meeting was called to order by Dr. Underwood who delivered an address setting forth the object of the meeton ing. Prof. T. C. Buford was elected temporary chairman of the meeting and Prof. L. G. P. Todd was elected of temporary secretary. A committee on credentials was appointed consisting of one delegate from every ConR. gressional district represented. While the committee was preparing1 its report Dr. S. E. Smith, of Owensboro; W. A. Gaines, of Covington, and ed Notire itor W. D. Johnson, of the Standard, Anyone having about $500.00 to of Lexlngson, delivered addresses. loan, will do well to write to "C" Then the committee reported and care The RErunucAK, Hartford, Ky. a committee on permanent organizaRemember our campaign ofler.Tiin tion was appointed by the chair, consisting of 9 members who reported REPTnucAN from now until after the for President Dr. E. E. Underwood, election for 25cts, cash. permanent; Vice President. Prof. Remember Bullington will give Craig, permanent; Secretary, Dr. you a good easy shave. Wade, of Morgantown, permanent; Assistant Secretary, Prof. P.A. Gary, of Ohio county; Treasurer, E. W. Seven Months With Fever: Marshal, of Louisville. Wonderful Rtcovarjr of Health. We had a large delegation consids Mr. Ilalrd'a rapid aad marrcloas recovery from a mere skeleton to hU normal weight, ering the hard times. Gov. W. O 270 pounds, was surely tuouUit(utot tne streugth-glvin- g and Bradley delivered an address Tuesday grandest over produced, namely!bulldlng-u- p medicine night. V. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. -- poultry judged accotding to the American standard of perfection by T D. Heimlich, the expert judge of Jacksonville, III, The race track is in most excellent condition, being several seconds faster than last year. It iswithoutdoubt one of the fastest half mile tracks in the State, and ou it will be fine running, trotting and pacingraccs, men's, children's and women's bicycle races, mule, hound and goat races and foot and potato laces. Money to Loan. desirable $25,000 farm property ior a term years. Call at the Ohio County E. Lee Bank or to Simmerman. i I.IIIKKTV. Old Liberty is still on a boom. Hay harvesting is the order of the day. Rev. Chandler filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday last. An infant child of Mr. Bob Oglesby died July 24 and was buried here. Mr. Horace Taylor is attendiug the singing school nt Mcllenry, Mr. W. C. Hocker is attending the Ellendale Fair this week. Misses Atha Smith and Erna Austin arc visllting friends and relntives near Hartford this week. The Liberty nnd Bearer Dam boys had a lively game of Ball Saturday evening. Liberty came out victor-iou- s. The Ice cream supper at Mr. Jim Taylor's last Saturday night was much enioyed by all who were pres- ent, Misses Lyda Stevens nnd fa'lle Mauzy ore anticipating a pleasure trip to Morgantown this week, A large crowd from this place attended the Childrcns Day at Pleasant Ridge on the third Sunday past Borti to the wife of J D. Hocker oil the 25th a boy J, II, IUmD. "Oentlemen I wish to expreaato youmy Dr. gratitude for the great good that was MUtt' A'trvlita has dono for me. I taken sick with typhoid fever and I laid lu bed for seven mouths. After getting over the fever I was thin, nervous and tired, and did not regain my lost strength. I tried several proprietary uiodlclues, aud Anally, alter having been reduced In weight to 130 pounds, I begau trying your tftrvint, and at once began to Improve. Was BnallytnUri say I never felt bet- cured, and today I can ... ,2. . tl . Tl .l.l. .TO .u.iinit. Is my normal weight, as 1 measure ThU feet M Inches In height." South Dead, lud. J.H.UAIUU. Dr. Miles' Norvlno U sold on a rwlt' Twneilu tiarautoo that the flrst bottle will for IS. or 11 a ...... it nt ai a Imttlm of prlca nrepald. on Ihi jyUioUr.MlltS Medical Co., El Chart, lud. I...! Dora Drak, Dr. Miles' Nervine B3 lilnanit Tabulcs, i,.'. hik;(Jc rlniii(P-h- i locks tire members of coopcrtitivc mm Gonoral Directory. J(iMiii8 I'niniiHH cure tiiiln .1 money stniiilmd without liiiiffliifr mutual Id societies und nrc creditors BWTC38253TO433OTiT llliui 3 Tabulcs: nt druggists. heuillong Into Mil indellnlte period of to the extent of $3,14,070,010. Nearly Illp-uiTaliulos euro dlaHlncs". punlc, bankruptcy ml illstieii. with STATU OI't'lClALS $110,0(10,-G7- 3 I'UtlMV JOtA 31. 1896. 7,000,000 more tihyloeka have HIP his T.ilmlf.i cure liuattlaclf. disastrous check to Its development Governor William O. Iltmllny. In the numerous Into their credit ItlpaiiH TabtileH euro llatuleiico. nnd long Idleness to Its Industries. The. dustrial companies of this country. Lieut. (Inventor W. J. Worth Ullians Tubules euro tlyfnniiJu. . EQUAL niQHTti Atl'J PHIVlLUuE!. hope, held out to debtors Hint they not only Wall street, I11V the iogtuti. In truth, llli.in TitliuleRnrtist dlKMllon. Itlp uifl Tnbiili'ii'ttu' but lirfiith. I i.wl.ii.imu,ei W011I1I I itjustl tutor Mltir would be able to pay in cheaper dollars woods mid the pi al rips nie full of these .Seor'elaryof Stale Clutrlw Kinloy. would never bo rrnllml, because they money sharks. If the most of them tnr Hi" llrnrili iif raw. ltip.itis TnbnlPH cure bllloinnrs. Altornov Ui'iiefnl h. o. u.fior. IsiimimTiiIiiiIpm. oiip gltcs lollef. The lUinooiittlii male contention of would bunt once pressed for their debts, vote, us they arc likely to iki. In fuvorof uilltor Suntiiol It. Stono. nnd in such dtsurgunlatloii of tiude lunest money, there will be 110 help for ltlpans Tnbtilps ctuo IndlRcstlon. South ft'urultiiii iiiloplctl 11 platform Treasurer (Jen. W. Long. Itlp.ms Tabules ciiio torpid liver. ilinwn by Senator Pitchfork Tlllmiui nnd of all business they rould not get the "poor" debtors. They will have Itlpana Tnlniles: Rcntlo cathartic. Commlffiioticr ol Aitriotiliiirp, Horwhich uVolnteil hut "A noil ml mid Just. the cheapened dollnrs,nni1 the Iden thnt to return all they borrowed or have Illpaiis T.iiinlos i mo constlimtlon. Lucas Htiiiistie ticulture mill larger curFyKtfin of finaiico la Uie most potent free silver would give in their mortgages foreclosed. , llliainTnbtiles- for onr stomach. mcl inutor hi niitluu'H prosperity, mill we rency would not be realized, If ever. Hut worst of nil there lire only 4,777.-00- J Moure. It initiiTnliulei' ilciieant laxative. Superintendent l'tililiu liistiuction-Oc- o. ik'iuuml (he restoration of tho money of In the lifetime) of the present generaof these mortgage debtors. They U'pans Tabulcs euro liver trouble. tion. tliu coiislltutloii by (rising slhcr the SI. Duvlson. cannot cnt half as many votes ns the "The farmer Is urged t support frc r..cRo,ic. iM Butno rlffhtH and prlvllcifes Rlcn to fhylocks. These "poor" debtors ore Register Lnml Olllce Chits. O. sjpnvHsaiiTsTNrJaaJBSsj! 1 W 8 silver on the ground thnt his products mostly In our large cities and hnve Iteynold. lUlcman'i UttiM, r..ktrt,y'a Uonllat, many Soothliiir Pyrtipi, ami (fold. Wo demand the free and unlimn hnvc gone down with the gold standof mot rcmcOIti fir ilii.iliin are rumposctt of opium or morphine? mortgages of from $2,000 to $1,000,000 ited coinage of silver at a ratio Insurance. Uurcati Couuniiuioner-- D. I ard and would rise with the silver standto one." hanging over them. Just think of HI W. Coniiugorc. Ilo 1'oti ltiioy tlikt tpli.m uint morptiliie nte iluifylng narcotic jkiI sonar ard. They would not rise ns fast or A "poor" debtor with a $50,000 mortla truo that the nation's prosperity It Ailji.tnnt General D. It Collier. EYE on a sound nnd Just Hyutcui of ns much as the things he bus to buy, gage! It mny surprise the nveinure depends U Von ICiifiivl'iatlniiiw.teuuntiKaJtuirglstanreujtpsniilllcJIoaclliiatiolIca Htato Librarian Mrs. Mary Urovvn ilnnncc. It Is iiIki true that silver nnd he ought to eo thnt, while wheat populist to learn thnt the debtors nre vltliout libeling tin .Kh us r WCFABWIir.M'S' .should rccclro the sanio rights and nnd some other things have gone down tho rich nnd enterprising, nnd thnt Day. !, o Tim Ttnowtlut tit.l not penult anv meillrlae to It tlvsn yourclill.i i privileges glien to gold. Ilitt It Is not of recent yearn. It Is because of the Imthey nre the ovv ncr of stenm und street ItAIMMAII 001IMKWMNi:i!S. liutesa you or our phslci.in V.11.1 y nf .rliit It J cuiuposcil I truo that theo dcslroblo ends would bo mensely Increased production nnd tho railroads, gas, telephone nnd electric hniHiNG but piles.! Jim C. Wood, clmirninn; J. F. attained by free silver at sixteen to speed nnd cheapness with which nil light companies, and manufacturing Deniney, H. S. Irwin. Secretary ! Vim KimwILl Ciutuililin purely vcutt.-illpreparation, aril that a list of porta of the world can carry their and mercantile corporations nnd com,'' ,'. Clina Mid CERTAIN CURB one. On the contrary, thnt scheme violla Ingredient! U publliliol wllti every twllle 1 Samuel F. Brown. lates every principle of sound and Just wheat by stenm enr nnd steamship to panies. i Known tor uyonrBninno CoNtlltrH-IONAI- ,, no Vnu ICilow th.vU.'totl.t la the piMctlptlon of the famous Dr. Rartmrt rltcher. finance, and Is directly opposed to the the market) which fix Its price. These facts nre likely to upset the dUliSY KEWEDyforPILEJ.j "Hut farm produces, on the nvernge, liesl laid plnns of politicians some fine That It has been lit use for nearly thirty ami tUt more Cniloila la nuif avJ4 thau irrvnt JetTcrsoulau doctrine of equal Senators Hun. William C. LlniK a II r Al. I. DKVlHIIKJTa. rlplit In nil and rdccIiiI nrlillrires to nnvo not fallen near so much ns tho day next Nov ember. The average silof alt other remedied for clilhlreu I fNvMHill.lt 1VT "ars cx.tr. W7i' i XSf say. Hun. J. 0. S. Dlnrklmni. things which the fnrmer hns to buy. ver politician mny know much ubout 110,ie, ' Ileprprantntivo Fourth District Ho Von Know tint ill fale-.- Oihce Dcpirtnient of the Vnlle.1 Statea, amt of It would lie n wnsto of time to show and labor hns steadily Increased In the rntlo of sixteen to one, but he knows Hon. John W. Lewis. other tounttlcB, hareluui.1 cxctuslie t tu Dr. l'llcheraml hlaasslgnatotKe thewoiil but little about the ratio lietween the that the free and unlimited coinage of , wiigesln nil the years of the gold stnnd-slh11 STATU I.i:(IISI,ATUIIK. "'. 'I'"" Bailiff the laboring won, with debtors nnd creditors of the country, Cautorlll " and lla foimuU, amt tlul lo Imitate them ta n state prison ollcmc t dollars, tho commercial value of which Is only 5t cents, would be to give fewer hours of work, la ger control lie will have to learn It by experience. Penntor Hon. A, 1). James. Ilo Von Kiiovt that one of Ihe reascna for Krnntlin; thli government protection ovcr ' necessaries nnd comforts of Byron W. Holt, tho country n most unsound currency. . Hon. Hepresentntlvi) Ohio County i..vcutub a'Motiitely IiartiilCHM't wis Ucamc Ciislorlj iiIIk life. Nor Is It needful to discuss tho justice ' C. M. Harnett. Infliitnl l'rlcn for Cur l)u;. "Out of nil tho catnstrophes of such ' lf lln Von IClimv thai 3; nv trajjo iloaeJ of Caslorlu ate furnlsiiej for 33 of nfchemo for robbing creditors of If this government should open Its of the property they have loaned. a change no men would emerge unOHIO COUNTY. cciun, or cue cent a aosel 'CaTMU, ami oMilnfdtnd all Tut. mints to coinage of the world's silver Hut for harmed except those who own gold nt sixteen to one, we would go nt onco These things 111c fntlunnrtt conducted for Modcratk Fit. CII1CIIIT COtlltT. l)o Von ICnow that when poaseaactl f tlili pet feet preparation, yourciillJten may or who own silver bullion or mines, ouftorFicc.ftOfrot.Tcu.s.rATCNTorriai tho benefit of those persons who believe I Kan Ihia a I naianaa ma nalant in IasA tim Hon W. T. Owen, Judge Oweu8 to silver monometallism This Is the beLsjit vcU, nudtliat jouuiay have linliriiVei rest? ih,ni too. remote frcn thnt our currency laws favor gold by and when wo had once gotten ton ciiJ i) jJel, d.AKlnf or photo iHth drrip- basis nnd begun to build up again tolco of nil history emphnslid by the horn. - Uilntr'i nievinn1! ' u vlng. They are facta. Vi II. tl i'Hgiving It privileges denied to silver, It Hist, frat anf Hun J. Edwin Ivovve, Attorney In tt a.tvis It tatlatntstVilai the credit system tip.in It thnt mu- i- present status of every - free coinage Is necessary to state just what the govthtrfi1. Our (c rot du till patent U varrd. con no more Oveuhoro. v clous system which m1J. iu vuiainiatinii, wiin1 has made possible country on me enrtn. A raMFHlTs ernment does for the two metals. " have bimetallism In actual use and tin- Ih nn S. An A tntmlvn (iiuelnat irmt l in lri ;rl' ).srl frai umsi A.l.trssaa J. W. Hlaelc, Jailer -- Hartford. In stumping 23.8 grains of gold, 0.000 our modern development nnd which limited silver coinage than we can IlltfllSltS represents runny times In currency clr- m r.ippcr. "f -(J. B. Likens, Clerk Hartlonl. line, "one dollar" the United States filiation nnd owcr the money basis hnve n square, round object or dry, U. I). Ringi), Master Commissioner simply cei titles to the weight nnd wet weather. Wherein would the poo- ' Orr. parrNT Orriec. WaMiaTON. D. c. docs on which It rests we should have u pie be benefited If they got double of the coin. The mint stump Ihtrtliud. Cry for cumbersome, heavy. Inferior metal price! In half vnlue money? If farmers' not fix the vuluo of the gold nor docs it G. It Likens, Trustee Jury Fund add to It In nny way. (lold is coined at money, like the few u progressive product brought double prices. s- Hartford. zz?j.Txr.r-:.'- . countries of the world, and surrender itn market or bullion value. ! '.4 Gitf to our great commcrelnl' rivals tlie would the manufacturers' The bene- - ' Cal P. Kcown, Sheritr Hartford. aa r gov eminent Is more 0 With sliver tho best metnl nnd the best mechnnltra for fits nnd ndvnntngcs would lie equal,- Deputies Samuel Kcown Hartford Over IL'S.OOO.OOO silver dollars liberal. except that buyers would nlwuys deI Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. It. Joe tt.... and commerce. Alm i have lieen coined, In none of which Is trade congress duct enough to Bnfely cover the fluctu'If bad the power ations of silver, and this amount wouhr Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, the metnl of which they are composed nnd should enact a Invv compiling nil worth their face vnluc. The United be n dead loss to producers nnd n pre Cromwell. railroads of the country ImmediateCourt convenes first Monday in States takes silver bullion now worth 68 theto mium to speculators. I Know n boy BY OOIMQ TO THC ly fl change from broad gauge to narIT". "!' Tk cents per ounce and coins itintodollars row guage, sa.lAat- who sold n cur dog for $100. but he tooit 'March and August and continue three weeks, and third Monday in May and nt a rutlo which Implies that It Is worth ganize the It would not more disorIrt pups nt $20 nplcce, so he was pay LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, transportation business of not materially benefited $1.29 per ounce. Thut such coins circutwo tie country nnd more cripple Its ef- prices. From Speech of by the Inflated ..November COUNTYweeks. late nt par Is due to tho government's COU1JT. Judge Qeorge ilW In the Ave. Theater Dolldlnj, on lh bet. dreea & Walnut ficiency thereafter, as compared with N. Aldrcdge. declurcd policy of maintaining the par- other nations, .luliii P Morton, Judge Ilartlord. rt than for us to pass at hU In It spine .Yl'cr von can haTOTourdfotal work don tetter and for lent money than la ity of the two metals, nearly K try operator hi tliUoflice m anctpert graduate of not Ie D. M. Hocker, Clerk Ilartlord. than once from a gold to a silver standly oil eroll'vv in tlie William Tell Up to Hate. .. of the value of the silver being thus flut, zr unmuacaiftf capauic auu wuiinir n pirc you any aiiT.ce ier E. P. Neal, Attornoy-Hartfnr- d. dir kWaW K".i!'.i. I ard." UImIuu tuilthrryoar natural of art. tidal twib. Wemakeerery branch of deutUtry aieclalty or depending on the country's credit. Couit couveuea first Monday in NOTICE OUR fit PRICES. breakaire for Atc ytar. A The sllvcrltcs do not want equal GOINGBACK. f toeitt mi rubber, 15,00, iruarantectl to an1 acalnct V.ti each month. Tights for the white nnd yellow metals, Tree gllicrltra Itriort to Oufof-Uawr.lieti fuarartiT jr.eii with crrry M't, Gold till. n?.. $1.00 and up; rurS)trrr fllllnp. 7Sc; all QUAtrrKItLY COUIIT. Metliodi. ithT J Ut1c litl.ti.'r, 50c. Our crown and lirMffe work, or teeth without i1atc aru a firm, "but bpeclnl privileges for sliver. They .our natural The slhcrltcs who wont the American IUii!ih on tlie third Monday in M rut i ir rfiil wnlif.u.li'aHteetlt and put teatlt, and at price lower than the towett. 2V., and at. want free coinage at sixteen to one, so same Wc inoxtrjct uur You can iiiaLc In new one ty day. Tecik ettractcd, A lady up fb).o'ei appointments rualt. All tomtulatloit frw. al January, April, July and October. thliout taiii. that, Instead of coining sllv cr nt Its com- people to give w the stable money lat ..ttendaticc, at wa elandurd under hlch they huvo prosCOUHT OV CLAIMS. mercial value, which Is all that Is pered, In order to go bnrk to the silver Convcnea firut Monday in January, . done for gold, the government would 'declare that 3T1V4 grains of pure silver dollars of their nncostors, nre the kind and Tuesday after the fourth Monday of men who ure afraid of everything Is worth us much ns 23.22 grains of in October. 3 In the Avcmio Theater Hulldlng, th St., bet. Or can and Walnut new. They nre like tho loy w ho pure gold. Slnco the market rntlo of thut Isto OTHER COUNTY OFFK.T.ltS. went tho mill with a big bag across the two metals Is ubout 740 grains of G S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur . jjik Vi fcfi Miter to 23.22 of gold It can cnslly be his horso's bnck. In one cud of tho bag 551 I'KKl'AIIAllONS 1011 Ti'Kca.'a Springe. was two bushels of corn nnd In the seen that free coinage would be the vjrotuvvcll. , Xv. U. liaiiiel, Atscssor CMSW1 RZV71 Wk M m rear other end n big stone. When the miller rankest kind of favoritism to slhcr. nuked the Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt. HartPJ M loy why he did not dlv Ide the H ?a ft &M M IiiMcnd of asking for equal privileges corn and put half of It on each side of ford. tlie silver mine ovv ners nnd their gen t the horso the biicrht vouth renlled; Escia L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur ure trying to secure elnt.9 legislation "I'utlier and grandfather alius took Springs. 13 JUST AG GOOD FOR ADJLY8. Mich ns Is given no other Industry lii the - nlrcaily wo Ot N jvcnihcr !l nrtA nuu tinder w.iy 1 uln'tuo their coin to mil Poorhouee Mr. C. R. Campbell, world. WARRANTED. PRICE CO eta. better than them. What wus good Keeper, Hartford. OlIATU.llXa.,N0T.lli0J. Inerii titrable How It Looks Ahmad. enough for grandfather Is good enough lmit. Mo. PsiUHiOI'ltiro justices' courts. Kentucky's wishing for free silver a& Ilaiitlrir.en -al.l lsa. aar. 010 boulaa if Hniubletou & Co., of llaltlmore, In for me." stvl Tl aitoriiS TAslrtss Ll.--S C1IIIJ. ItJ.NIt! all Iists a panacea for ull evils will never lessen Fords vi 1.1.1:. J. A. Bowlinp their weekly letter of May 30, offer The Idea thnt bccau&o the men who toitnil tUrf a'rrsr Oils lsr. In uirci pfirltnce ot 11 J Aist In lti drutr business, bara the following explanation of whycajy lived In tills country 100 yearn ago the country's thinking of that state In Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, a uMrartalaaUa-Uju,- u oarer siM annnlrlati aii'T. sji 7uur ruiic. ital is being withdrawn from buslucbs adopted a free coinage law we should connect Ian with tho gold cure. Philauursirulr. IHTOHHELKCl'Kl) AND Scptemher 1!), December 1.9 ausii. Cx:r A Co. enterprises: be satisfied with the same system, Is not delphia Times. Bufori). Hen F. Graves March Tot tale by Williams & Hell. of suited to progressive, "Let us put ourselves in the place Ameri2f, June 25, September 2., Decemour I'uropenn creditors nnd consider If cans. The latter wunt the very bcatit ber 24. AVIijr 3!lnnriotn U for (lotit. HEDUCCD we would not act us they hnve ucted. everything nnd just us soon as a better IMUJtftWLaiU Hartford. A S. Aull March 5, Minnesota demoeiats declnrel unsecurities or InWould we buy British way of doing things Is discovered tho ilritmtntbi irtA equivocally for the gold standard. June 4, September 3, December 3. vest In Ililtlbh Industries nnd enter- old way Is dropped nnd tho new taken uncc pnranuif m jwatv DiPNirDcr fjisViriirciiruiiruuiU(rfn uuin Woodward ItosiNK. C. L. The big prises If we thought there wan danger up. 'Hie question an to what was the They did so unexpectedly. ?(oaurvli.tf. viluftiti r rtAbLiitu. lu Will, rwnlwnya.liq fiiimil in tin tiickri of lie tisdt, ImttlitiL' yt- -. rt hritn t 4 h March 13, June 12, September 11, $Tir Itr twunnetB!lMii. urpa. our being paid In currency worth best money system 100 years ago has delegations fioin Mlunenpolls and of will Ihiiil' 1'iosjh ril v to tliu "Snli. u. li AckU$ ftilJ fcitti'ij for S'liinil Bneiiie.-- J l'rincip'ir, iuuuhU were pledged for sKtecn to one, Decemher 11. only half ns much ns tlie money which nothing on earth to do with the practiPATIENTS VRFATtD DY MAIL THE NEW YOU K W1JK.LY TKimiNK in not only il.inud It was taken for grunted the counMitviUalltll. (trtletilirt Mdrru, wiu, turap, Chomwfll. Joiit B. 'WiUon we louned? SiipjioM; our financial Jourcal affairs of To talk of golnjr I'ppnlilican ii(ipaicrin I lie cunnliy, lint is uNntKiin1 0t lVVPHO .Tt..rtniir.c-niric,iiL- , nals unci uewspacrH generally should bnck to free silver merely because it was try delegations would favor free silver. March 7, June 7, September ft, DeFamily Newspnpcr. daily wain us against Investing our nn old system is on n level with tiying Why did they vote foi gold? cemher 5. Soveml renson-- s hnve been suggested. Itacani)ni(.'ii niiw ninl iliruiirFiinin will intert pvcry Atiirrtcnn li'izi'ii money in Kuglaud and Intimate thnt to establish u monarchy In this country All ilin ni'U'Hol tliei'uy, Fuii'ipn Coircxpomlctice, Ancnltiitnl l)c) we 1111 a great risk of getting back because we were once ruled by the Ilrit- The one most often met with Is that the R.I.P-A-N.Louisville Dental Co., Market lloporK I'a'l'inn l'latm with clalinrate ninl h vn only 50 cents for every dollar already lsh kings. When the people got tired of fanners nie composed largely of honest nnd Intelligent Scandinavians nnd no Invested, would vw not only not buy riuty ol item nf lion. flu M inifn-- t. n nli- - up nn tili'nl Fnniilv I'iiikt kings they kicked them out nnd estabwho cannot b- caught with frc; Ilritlsh hceuiltluH, but would we not, lished tho republic. When they got tired W lnriii.h THE UEl'UIUallJAN ami NEW VOKK WEEKLY cent, silver sophistry. As over 73 per before tho threatened disaster came, of trying to ilso the double standard TIIIIIUNE, Loth piipem foreign-borREGULATE THC draw homo every dollar we could obthey made gold tho unit of value, and of Minnesota's population Is this nnswer may be partly true. STOUACH, LIVER AND BOWELS tain? This is what l.mopc has been they intend to keep It. Out of date sysdoing In regard to the United States tems don't count for much with llvo A more reasonable explanation, howAND PURIFY THE BLOOB. ever, Is found In the repqrted statefor live years past, Americans. It I PAN TAIILLrt aro Iko HtdL f of the farm ment that a large Itasvra IVI "liver slnco tho passage of the SherIIUUiiimIi J IIotT lo Te!l Hood Moucjr. BtllalUft,!jpcpUaC hrval X mortgages in Minnesota ore made payn man silver act of lb'JO Kmoie has I UttrTruutIt, 1MiIb, lt4CuiiIaittata, - 2 Aililrcb.s ull ordcri In lhi Henri Cernuscht Is an eminent politiable In "gold loin of the United States sOiMaUrr the danger, sold our securitieH nnd cal economist all fi'.lv Itrtatb, 4 IUwU nnd nn able advocate of of the present standard of weight and Llftr rJr f Ih aifiMftht noulftsr Inltiriooi lo withdrawn capital from this country. KlrMna TatrnUai (vitiUIn International bimetallism. He is often fineness." Ilelng compelled to pay This has resulted In our paying off quoted by thIUOt uIICftC fUDtlltUtlon. Ar CIWalMbt ij pnirimMiiM advocates who their debts In gold, the farmeis wndi r,iieiuAj, uii. M cdU anahot. Mtj b riir r hundreds of millions of dollnis of what "E3:ct2rt-COX"3L- ? lto-nlrv4 would never accept his test for good und to receive as good money when they bell T tliroDfhBtArwtdnjggUtor tynitlL, HinJ4 we owed Kurope, mid we are nt least iHl, nefnia J Write your tinme anil nililrcss on a postal cnrtl, scntl it to Oco, W Kcs AJ'tre4 bail money. It Is as follows: "ItUby tlielr products. CHEMICAL CO., to this extent tho gainer Hut wo can THE RIPAN3 Room 2, Tribune Iluildinij, New York City, nnd sample copy olTHh tho ordeal of firo that money can be lllHlUCIBTUkCT, KKW T03C CRT. Tho fnct that n far larger ortlon of not nfloid to bo Independent of the tried. Tho NRW YOUK WKKKI.Y TRinUNK will beniailctl to yon coins which, being melted inortgnges wIP contain the gold clnuso l, 'uroM.'iin markets nnd I2uro-u14 W.M.St. II MIUM 1afc.al.Vh J down, retain the entire value for which next November than now may kppll we cannot enjoy full prosund they were legal tender beforo they were many votes fur the sixteen to one perity until we satisfy other countries THE what we ure fully conv Inced of that melted down, nre good money. Those scheme. free silver cotnngc is a dead issue, and which do not retain It ure not good This 14 tho lwt market anil nun Is tho brat linuna to shin lo. Wa main llhoral J. lllumm llluietillllo nn.e. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 TAncca on roiiilgiiwenu. llvcldca vo Iitj better larlllllca than other housca In haying QUICKEST thut every dollar of our currency nnd money." Undo Sam No, Dick, my wheel may I'otccbiin Crowns many largo factorlea to luppW. Wo get you tho top price and pay spotouh; uut 3 to 5 every other obligation will bo mainbavo Its weak joiuts and may not be up Host St t ol teeth (no better made trade. no traruiUK ageata. ooip an jour wool auu rarm proauoa uirect lii WALL STREET SHYl.OCKS. tained on u parity w 1th gold." LINE to dute In all lt.s details, but I would not HERNDON-CARTE- R no matter how much you pay) . $8 Who Tlioy of 'llirm to think of tiadlng It for an out of data Gold fillings 110 Third Street, or 013 to 310 XXurroll Court, LOUISVILLE, XV. All Aboard for ttin MUlaulaiu. $1 up OtTWIlN All ChPp Monny tti'lH'lnu. thing like that. Mine Istdrailnr to those Silver filling 75c One of the many delusions back of tooth Extracting, pet 25c Is that there the f OUISVILLE Painless extracting with Vitalized iiro a few wealthy ci ctlitoi s and millions . 50c , Air of poor debtoih In this country. Upon Kxtr.Kting free when Artificial this assumption It Ih argued thnt cheap Direct Connection! For Writ-- ' " a letter covering tlioao tliroo volnts; Teeth ure ordered. Office permanentmoney will innko it eusy for the mass rnwr.tato how lorjj you bavo known, or usetl, or sold "Dr. M. A. Slra-.oly located CINCINNATI AND THE EAST. of debtoiH to clear their fnnns und l.tvcr Mutllelna." homes from the mortgages held by the SmuMn. 8t:ito diseases you have known it to euro and givo tlio names of Direct Connactlona (or Hhylocks of Wall street. Let us see now ,!oso ctiiul by it Mr. Will Skillinatiluis had the sore all Point In who nrc these Khj locks und w ho are tho Tiiimi. llivo yottr opinion as to tho dlffcrcnco between its strength and eyes for years. He has tried many 11. Zcllln creditors of this country. Arkansas, doctors and re me ies, and has always action, and tho strength and action of tho "Liver llcgulator" mado by J. s both of Mississippi, Louisiana, Mwllclno Co and tho Hvcruiie who has n deposit in n savOklahoma, Mexico, failed to get relief until we sold him iV Co., liavo sold "lllack Draught" 7 mado by Chattauooganet, and should retail nt Texas, wliluii to dealers at U or cents per package, ings or othei U111I.8, every holder of u a tube ol Sutherland's Hoglc Rye not over 10 or and California, cunts. If consumers nro not Imposed upon, whllo our Original life liiMirnuce policy, every pensioner, Salve, which cuted him Inside of one urtlclo cannot boli sold nt less than 25 cents por packago, as wo havo too much reFAST TIME every member of building und I0.111 week. Dr. Hell's Pine Tnr Honey gard for human lifo lo uso cheap drugs in any of our medicines. Tho reason is association, every member of aid and used In ull advanced countries, whllo sells well and cures. Res'y, LIMITED TRAINS. plain; Zullln & Co. and tho old proptlotorsof "lllack Draught" wcro both enjoined benefit lusi.oelatlojis, evety owner of a yours is In uso only In Mexico, China, Ji'om deceiving tho public by uilng tho words constituting our trado namo ; thereM. Mryuk & Co , PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPER? government bond, everyone whose salfore, look.out that somo dealer (not knowing you nro posted) don't soil you snmo Duras, Ky. l'cru und other countrlfH. January 15, 1895, el'cap packago nt n profit of 1100 or 400 percent., Instead of ourGenuino "Dr. M. A. ary orwiigcsuie paid only after services Vou'd better put that silver wheel lu Write fur Information the neatest Sutheilnud's IJngle Eye Salve has Simmons Mer Medicine," which you bo suro to specify, and tako lo other, as the Chesapeake, Ohio Atosouthwesternagent at or labor la perfonncd these ure fome fiont and getn modern gold one or tho K. li. done a great deal more for me than thcra Is nothing elso llko It. of the creditor clnbses. These are the i ear. t S. 0, HA TCH, can be told by pen. W.H.Skillman. of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you frco of JOHN ECHOLS, On iihylocks who huve a mortgage 011 thin In ro (lulu Would lis HtroiiK. (ien'1 1'sss, Agt. Oen'l Mangr. a St. 00 packago Liver Medicine, or on receipt of lcttor without photograph, Ultras. Ky. Horueu Holes, of Iowa, Is the leading countiy and who iiro to Lo done out of H. K. Sutherland Med. Co : LOUISVILLE. KY. 1'orbale by ',. Wayne Griffin & we wu tivill vnu n. l!r, emit n.ickuiru. frco. ciindldato for the demoeratlu half of t heir suv lugs by the slick bLxtcen-to-on- c by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, nnd Sco tho ailments, rati-ieGhnts: I write this letter because Pro., druggist, and Keulrow Dros., fcuhcinc. In tiuth these Shylocks prculdcutiul nomination. Holes Is tho I believe you have made hlch Dr. M.A.Simmons I.Ivor iMeiiieino lias lnvarianiycureu sinco low. n discover Narrows, Ky. IBUITAIIIU- S'ti It Hud'ACm:. I'AM'ITATIOX OV TUB IlKAltT. DllOWSINESS. blgheuited patilot who declured not not only own the country, but they have in n couuh, cold, throat and lung remov Liveh & Slkei Cold long ago thut wnges iiro too high in this votes enough to compel the "oor" edy that the people ought to have. I n lMiiucsnox SnittTj. Dullness. Heaviness. Gexeuat. debtors to pay In honest money, 1ctim refer to l)r Hell's 1'ine Tar Honey. I RETjnALRIA. curea by Dr. MUW country, und that the beat way to miM s. - Low SoruSroMACii. HadLassitude. Mouth. Constipated How-i- h adoso.'' At all tlrugKUta T.i.r.i KMii.ian. Taste in them Is to adopt the free colnngo cnuinciutc somu of them who hoard hnve thoroughly tested it nnd know Vilu. "ODciit y.ttvA Kvm Yellow Hihousness. Loss ok Stuknoth & Flesh. of bllver. He would iwll uu Immense tlielr wculth In banks und loan It out at lis vvondetliil merits. It cures. Co vrn v Tonqijk - Pains in Side it lndek Shouldeii IIlades. Foul BmuTii. "usurious" rates of liitcust, and eo An) worklugiiinii's vote. IIVES. WKIOlIT IN STOMACH AFTEIl EATINO. TORI'ID Gl.l!M.l!INO oiit'uhoivtr needs a remedy of how much they would lose under fico be should never Lit. it Flesh .Soft & FLAiinv. Acute & Chuonio Malaiha. Uile comiko this kind coluuge and with FflEE SILVER FOLLY. ind ur i.i AIoutii. -- Neuvous Headaches. Meuoui- - Clouded & Indistinct Or Hell's Pine No. of ilepoul- - Amount I,om under without i bottle H I'iioducino it. Kidney Diseases. Cor.10. I'ilw, ny Cuiiino Consth-atio1'j.lnmi.Ur VVIUuii Kiiilnlim vWiut l're M Poutkh, touor of frco rir Honey. Iiskkv & Ieet. Iielch-isItiLLNEssof Dlood in Head. Nujuiness of Hands, Aiims HhurulioUloru. Cuiiiuvo Minus in runner. ilinoslls. rolnuuc. (il.itw and Quecnswnre, Fav 'h tile's,. 4.H5.C18 ll.MO.SM.US IOCS VStl.Stl Iwieoulau ui- - Has. Hloatino of SroiiAcn aftek Food is Taken. lit n iccei.t letter to Ur. W. M. GamPadttchali, Ky, I UU. Lf. Trill tHm IVIll Till .. f.VI Ian, 15 iS'js IlKAirriiuitN. Dimness of Vision. Dizziness uroN Suddenly Gettino ble, of Muuiuilvld, W. Vil, IWuiaster Htate h'ks 712.410.423 UO.'SX.tll l'ot'x.ile lii Z W.iyne Grtfnn&Hro , TfieAmcMcan Protective Tariff League Up, Suffooatino Sensations. Dispondenoy of I'iieonant Women. Nausea I'rl. ti'kn.. 1.K0.0C0 40.012,401 H,WI,W (leneinl William 1,. WIU011 inuUcs the 1. AT. 273.3lit.SS9 C(,olu.57 iiitii;iii'l. und Uci.fr.nv Hros , fon it a national organization advocating Dconii on Afteii Katino.Vehtioo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficiency of following cleur statviuenl of the rcul IJ.&UAs'ns 1,7(J,73 225.333,71(7 IOu.Ooi.KH N'y IVttjPiiiATioN. Female Complaints. Had Colds. Backaches so Common to "Protection to American Labor and HARTFORD, KRNTUCKY. meaning and ulTeetu of fieeiolnugci Flatulency. Loss of Appetite. Pains & Aches in joints. .10,111,211 IJ.IM.HMUW l2.CC1.0UJ.0"!i ld, ii Totals Tree culiiiige of sliver at sixteen to Industry" at explained by its constituChilly Feelings Down Tiir. Hack. Limbs Feel too Heavy. Cuami Colic Will these 10,000,000 Hhylocks sit Idly Is preparcil to tlo any and nil kludi one iiii'iius thut any pi hale owner of by and sec their dollars decline to SO '.I v o Ski DitY A IlAitsii Hilious Feveiis. Paleness. Weakness. Thinnms. ' tion, as follows : Prices most of Dental Operations. hlhui- bullioimuy bring It to the mints ll.llllu "iu-j- 4l.n.. ...... t... .1 DitKirATioN of Food. Sudden Flushes ofIIeat. Geneiul Debility. I.A.. nu- 111 lit i ii, u UI'JU31UIIK ..II reasonable. Office over Williams Si lll NKItVOUS DePKESSION OF Pllil.ti DYSPEPSIA. i "Tli.otjictof tl.i. Lxrj.lUII bto prctMt L.1MS OF TkKTHINO ClHLDItEN and have It coined without elmigo Into o( paper In u little box, present uuy do 1)11011 Sll USCI'l DiAll Aminc.n Ulpp by a tariff en imports, whleh ahall Bell's Drupr Store. SPITTINO UP OF FOOD AFTEIt KATINO. ilolliiis of tho present weight and 1lnk iil.n(..i,..)i II.. l. ad.quaWly .A iura Amariean Indullrial prejugia . . 4IUI 1IIC1C UIU UlUL'll GNAWINO SENSATION8 IN STOM HMUIviti Vitalised air or laughing air IIHlUA OF ClIlLDItEN, 1IY ItEMOVINO THE CAUSE. which, of course, would theretlnikt In compatition of fjraijn labor. who will help them. There uro 070,821 "OUT OF )I0HS0 Pu'fFINESS & DAIIK HlNOS U.NDEII THE EYES. THAT RESTLESS ACII for painless e traction of after be worth as much :4.11ml uu more pensioners on our government and 750,- Common with . So:ns," Nor Hick and Not Well Fkelino. so There ara no personal or private than tho bullion of which they vveiu Uit of them uro voters. If paid In dol- - ( saw People. I r Huilds up Weak & Debilitated Motheus and Fathers it Palk ani teeth' a i ( profits in connection with the organizaculneil, which Is uovv about M cents r.NFLUIILUD ClIILDIlUN, BY PeIIFEOTLY ItEOULATINO THE ACTION OF THE JClD.NCVa " nunii uiuy au cents, tneso would Why siilTtr with CourIis, Colds and f on the dollar. No gold would then be l LtVEtt, Stomach & Howels, so that food taken is natuhally assimilatih LaCSrlppe when Laxativr IJhouo of U.eno,03t,!i(lt which HUl)S0n I 18 tion end it is sustained by memberships, lollieil, becauxe with thu bullion lieecs-11r- y they now receive unnually. 1'icecoln- contributions and tho distribution of its 0. F, SIMMONS MEDICINE 00,,Props.; ST, LOUIS, MO. Quinink will cure you In one day, to coin gold dollar could be agowouldbeiincasymetliodofciittlng 1 (lOif) Dots not produce the ringing 'In the publications, I'liiuojli silver bullion to coin iUwii our Kiision account, but will It bend like Sulphate of Quinine, Put two slhcr lUjIlurs. No one would luu meet with the upprovul of our veterans? tie tiolit ik lite one tl- -i (I..IU I FI13T. Corraipondanea la lolielLd r(trdlrif .,, Your rulucilption lt i.ow due and up in tablets convenient for taking. I tllllOUUC "Wtnitaril.ip" and "Official Corripondana.'r gold 4I11 tin I H to (lay debtM which he could It iiieaus not only a loss to them of All who hnve not Guaranteed to cure, or money refundnntong ull inlilitt'iitil ' iiiii.iirnil uu need money SCCON 0: W naad and walooma oonirlbutiona, pay with 1cm tiilunblu Hilver Uollurs. 70,000,coo, but this uniount every year, wtntlitr amallor larft, Xq our cauia. Ktul in the nun unt ed.. Price, as Cents. For Bale by nations An btiuiat im I i m t I'n I aid will I The first t'lTect ur fiec silver would or $700,000,000 In tenjears. C'llt ClCai. tO 11 THIRD WtpubliihaUrfalinaof dooumanta Williams & nell, Hartford; It Is ut n etnnll nmi unt to nn all phatta of tha Tariff quaatlon. be to ilihe out of circulation the Com- ecntN ivriiu litre, caiiiil It-- coiitl due. civanr-Then there nre tho 2,000,000 life. In- , . K V Willlams.Hciiver Dam; times the ng lt.d tihial, nnd tht-rpi. ftwii u mulid to any addr.M for 60 canli. i.r old ml to Mult nil silver surunco Bhylocks who will voto to huvo s.ut if mIvh, ins ib M live li I A S Aull, Sulphur .Springs; gtepnte nmount due will lirlp U'c fOURTtti Sand postal card raquaat for fraa nnd Cicy aampla copy of tha j, r itiMii) to 111 : niiduid of their ,so3,8S7,u;3 lu policies paid in IfAkHhr A l.nlMWR AmaHoan Cunomiii." llrown & Chapman, Centertown; Don't cunt to tend I ubllslur along. Addr.u Wilbur f Wakoman, Oanaral SasraUnr, r d ill ir the the same kind of money as were lher Co., Rockport. R. K. Jle it ur. W Watt 23J Btraat, Naw Vera. "'llit-i-i Wilt 1 I'U. u uo , uj'iry J n jhe world ureiulunui. Almut 300.000 wore Bhy OaSlOriH E' .i' rouit. utf(., Hui'lford Jlepitblieiiu thnttiinlil inula' lt 11 11 . 11 . 11 11 11 forfrife ' I U OTHERS, 111 !' Do , Ch!!d"cn. You Know j bIx-tee- TABLED J0.( PILE! 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