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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896081401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. MaAOMMOM 'Hr Bjfcl THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE A Write lo T. QcinitV , Mhkkkf HF fHk sattberehlp fee. Mss.caUl Injuries. Secre lb Star Accinnxi tiry Compant, for Informatloa regsrdluc Accident luiur. nce. Mention this psper. By to doing you can Mr ! paid oyer (000,(10000 (01 1M, Drawer Chlcsgo, f f . HEIteTlDEi) OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARI! IN THE FOURTH 1 KePIJBLICAN. COKQRESSIOKAL DISTRICT. Js 1 ,v, 1 ,T IfftTftK djrtptptlc fover ASK the recomeJ tlllou. 1 , rfJaatSCfJ and nicue, the mcrcurlnl dltoAHoU pntlcnt. hoiv tl.oy rt covered health, cfiecr ful uplrlu and rood rpetltcithevwllltrll ou by laklne Sill. Sioi I.1VKK 11 LOU. I.ATOR The ChetpeH, Purent and Medicine In Bt your own Agent. M MJtDlCAL EXAMINATION RKQCIRHn VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1896. dicssed lady nllghted from n parlor car of 11 South bound train nnd approached the ferryman nnd asked to be carrle-- to the farther shore of the MUsisslppl. The veteran shook his head: ' River to rough; can't cross Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 3. Latest U.S. Gov't Report For DYBI'BPSIA, CONSTIPATION, lann. dice, Illlioui.ttacVs, KICK llliADAellK.C'c.lk, Depression at Spirit, HO UK HTOMACH, Heartburn, ate. Thl. nnrlralled remedy It warranted ol lo aontaln a tingle particle ot JJtKCLKV, or any mineral tubeUnce, bat it I Ih. World tlet I family fTor JJearly- - w l r Tears came Into the old ladles eyes pawygga Mk ns pointed to the lights burning in S ;, n small city on the other side ''My 4ouly child," she ol the river. said, "is dying yonder and I have not city and wlieu the troops were with'THE MONEYLESS MAN." seen hint lor fourteen years, in hcav-- 1 drawn no clew could be found to the en's name can I not cross?". f ite ol the daring boy. Years pasted. Adaptod to tho Occasion , "Very sorry nia'au)," the ferrymnn CO 0 Estel Hansford was now a woman, Without Asking Permisreplied, "but the wind is filty miles but still faithful to the memories of sion From Major Honry .an hour and It wou)d be suicide to Ivan Andrews. Estel would olten go T. Stanton, tho yjenlurc on the liver now." over to the fatal pointwhere thespeck Author. m "Is there no one who will dare the of light was last seen on that eventi. passage?" said the lady, addressing ful night nnd remain lor hours, so the crowd who bad,t gathered around devoted was she to Ivan's memory. Is there no secret place on the face of the catth her,','I will pay any sutn demanded Estel was the only child ol wealthy Where charity dwelleth, where pity 0-f- l ' "My boats are nt the service of any parents and her every wish wns grathas birth? one whu will brave the storm," said ified and when she conceived the idea Whose bosom iu mercy and kindness o 2 ithe ferryman, but no one voltictcred ol building a floating monument nnd will have to go. anchoring It where the last evidence When the poor nnd wretched shall nsk nt receive? "It is probably that the wind will of Ivan's life was seen, the work was place all where n knock slacken about midnight," said the Quickly done, and Ivan Andrews' Is there no poornt from the ferryman to the lady. Boy orator will open the door? k memory was perpetuated by n The impatient woman sent a mesAh, seaieh the wide world wherever of rare beauty aud costing CO 0 you can, senger to the telegraph office with a thousands of dollars. On each side message ;to the house of her dying of the square pedestal wasthe inscrip- There Is uo open door for Willy Bryun. son, and thennswer came back "can't tion In letters ot gold: "Sacred to Go look in your hall, where chande3P03T OODCLt. tlDLO lier's light last through the nigh." Hundreds the memory of Ivau Andrews." Drives off with its splendor the darkof citizens had gathered about the unAt night a torch within showed the ness of night; WRITE FOR CATAlOGVE- .- fortunate lady to extend sympathy ,and same inscription in letters of fltnics. Where the rich hanging velvet, in many brought their wifes who insistshadowy fold, The floating obelish became a fa ed on her to take shelter in their miliar object to rivermenand passing Sweeps gracefully down on the standard ol gold, houses Irani the storm, but she In steamers, especially at night often And the mirrors ol silver take up and sisted on remaining in the fcirymau's called the attention of passengers to lenew shack In order to watch lor the cal inn- the novel tnouument Within the The actual ratio of ing of the waves. pedestil was n circular room lu which 'Midst intelligent men, you sun ol a gun. Midnight camebut the brokenclouds huug a large hand painted picture of that had been scurrying across the Ivau Andrews rowing through storm-tosse- d Find one who indorses your"i6tot." ng sky gavt-- place to one immense pall waves, an old lady sitting in Go look In yon church of the spire, that overspread the entire sky and front ol him holding aloft a lantern, gives to roaring wind increased its pace. The and here Estel found a retreat from Which red fire; the sun his same look of sorrowful lady was beside herself with the world, and in fair weather spent Where the rirclies and columns are gritf. Her prayers for her dying boy a great part of her time. gorgeous within. And the walls seem as pure as a soul revealed the old story of the prodigal On the seventh anniversary of that without sin; sou. Rvery head was bowed with stormy night a large steamer, bril Walk through the long aisle, where reverence, every heart was touched liantly lighted and gaily decorated, the pius bow down with pity. In the midst of it all a anchored hardby the floating monu- Aud rev'rently worship "the'eress boy came elbowiug his way through and the crown." Iran'l Nloii Tobacco. THE MIDNIGHT VOYAGE. on a mingled expiession of pleasure the crowd with a couple of life pre- ment. It was a gay party ol the elite Go, with your blasphemy, and find, ot St. Louis led byjx wealthy banker, HOW TO CUIIK YbUIUBLt' WIIII.H USI.NU and p.un. if you can, Tinniu0' lo hermotlur servers he had borrowed from a IT. Mr. Ivan Andrews, who, having Who opens a pew for Willy Bryan. list el nsked: "Mother may I kiss (nV JOHN HENRY THOMAS ) wharf, and ad- learned the story ot the floating monsteamer laying at the Tlie tobacco habit grows on a man him lor deal hrutht.'s sake?" seriously until kit nervous yttin dressing the strange lady said: "If ument from a steam boat captain, had Go into the bauk3 where deposits are told, Mrs. Hansford cuu.d not ufu.se a you will risk a boy I'll try to put you "Want nn ofilce boyjudge?" shoutaflected,iraparlug health, comlort nml come to claim his faithful sweetheart. Ot the masses who toil for their wages hsppinesev T quit suddenly is too ed Conductor Collins to Judge Hansrequest prompted ly such filial devo- across." in gold; And at midnight a St Louis clergysever a shock to the system, i tobao-c- o ford us the south bound e.xpitks pull-e- tion to her (Ur.d btolhei's memory. A shout of npplause went up from man performed a marriage service in Where, safe lrom the hands of such inrt'tcrtitp uer becomes n toau up at the .Seventh street depot and Kstel's arms twined about the neck as Altgeld, stiiuiyuutjliathis )lmn continually at the same time giving the lad in o( the orphan boy iu honor ol her dear a hundred throats, lor Ivan Andrews, the circular room ol the pedestal. Those saviug deposits are carefully "Haco-Cur- o" is a scientific foi he it was, was borne about 011 the The picture of the storm-tossoarscraves.' held: cure iitr the toencco hnbit, in all its question a vigorous shove from the L dead brother, warmedlhe heart of lier shoulders ol strong men, while the man hangs upon the wall ol Mr. An- Walk up to their counters. Ah, there hint sprawl- - parents for their adopted too Ivnn loniiij carefully compounded niter tho rear platform thnt tent you may stay, multitude paid him homage. Some drews' drawing room. .hail never beu caicsaed before ex lormuUjif ttn'euiineiit llerliu physw lug at tue judge 8 Irtt Till jour limbs grow old, till your of those who had often wished Ivan good lady for whom Andrews The cians who has w it in hi private hair grow gray, "Where is he ib from?" inqulied cept by frieudlv dogj that, like him- where they could not hear him shout- had risked his Hie had gone hence, And you'll find at the banks not one tiuco 1872, without a luiluio. Judge Hnmlord. self, knew no Jiomelntt the street and , ing, "Hurrah for the Union," tried but she had left u fortune to bless workingman t ii purely vegctablo nml guaranteed "From nowhere mid attempting to no friends but outcasts, and this to Who'll trust his hard earnings to pursuade him not to undertake the her adopted son. perlectly Imrmbew. You can ueo ot lain. an kindness caused round trip without money Willie Bryan, all the tobacco you want while taking make the perilous trip, but to no purpose. The "Ilaco-Curo.- " It will iiottf'y you or ticket," come back from the mov- him to wunder il he had pased over poor woman for whom Ivan was about Frr-Villi. Go look to yon Judge in his dark to tl.nt happy country, the story of when to stop. Wo give a wilttcn ing tram. Send your address to H, E Bucklen flowing gown, to risk his life embraced him with cure permanently any ' Irqulr-- d ' which had been borne out to hiai more thau n mother's fondness and & Co , Chicago, and get a free sample With scales wherein law welgheth guaranteed "Have you a homesonnj? wjth three boxes, or rotund tho ease anarchy down; Judge ol the boy, through the open uludons of the old bulled his face with tears of grati- box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A the Who frowns on bomb'throwers of money with 10 per cent, interest. Mission Chapel. Ivau felt the blilh who had now scrambled to his fret. trial will convince you of their merits. tude, "Raco-Cu- ro is not a substitute, but Haymarket fame, "I guess you would hardly call it n of n new passion in his hcitt, love for in action and And enjoins Debs' strikers from ar.- a scientific euro, that cures with"Take this lanteru," said the fer- These pills are easy the girl that embraced him. Mrs. , son's mad flame; out the aid of will power and with no home sir," the lad replied, "but ryman, "and wave Itnt Intervals to are particularly effective In the cure Where juries their lips to the Bible iurouvouioncd. It leaves the sjstem within n lev squares of the old Mis- Hansford's hopes were soon morettian signal us that nil is well." ol Constipation and Sick Headache. have laid, These children sojn learnas puri'aud tree from u cotine nstho sion Chapel, Boston, I have been ac- realized For Malai la and Liver troubles they And sentenced Spice & Co. to hang When the strange lady was seated dav you took your fint hew or smoke customed to seek mv scanty meals, ed to lov? cacholliL-- with far sttonger have been proved invaluable. They Cured By BacoOuro mid tiuiued and in aoire frkndly niche to lind a ties than those of kinship. Hstel In the boat Ivan took his place at the nre guaranteed to be perfectly free Go till they're dead; room and find if there to the couit Thirty ponn ds. ceased to brood over her unfortunate oars and with n vigorous stroke start- lrom every deleterious substance and you can, From hundreds of testimonials, tho place to sleep." brother, his pi ice was now more thau ed the Ir.al boat in its battle with the to be purely vegetahle. They do not Any law forthcrauscol Willie Bryan. Further questioning brought out origiualsof which uro on hie and upon maddened waves and the fight for filled. At toinicction, tho foil owing is presents the meagre history the boy was able Ivan was the house or Hip oClce lite beguu. For a lew moments hun- weaken by their action, but by giving Then go to those haunts where crime obedient, respectful nnd ed. tone to stomach and bowels greatly runneth red, to give ol himself. His name was CUvttm.NcvndaCo., Ark ,Jau. 28,'05. Ivan Andrews. He knew nothing of manly, but on the street he was the dreds of brave men stood mute and invigorate the system. Regular Where they'd all rather steal than a loot moved on the stones size work lor their bread; hnreka Chemical it Mfg., Co., La his parentage or who had sheltered Boston waif. The street was his na- still. Not 25c per box. Sold by Williams Where Europe has thrown off her CronTe, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty tlve element nnd having never hnown at their feet. Not n whisper passed & Bell's Druggist. foul social scutn, veals I used tobacco iu nil its lorms. his infancy. He could not remember any restraint; but lorce nor protection between them. The whistling winds The haunt of the vagrant, the thief years of that time I when he had not to rely upon hlru-sFor twenty-fiv- e raving waves awed all to silence. nnd the bum; for his dally bread. The Irafllc hut his own strong nrm he was not and was a great sufferer iroin general deMinutts seemed hours to those ashore. Go there with your cry for a dishonbility and heart disease. For fifteen utt.s with which the boy told ll.e sim- slow to put his own code Into pracest dollar. yarsl,tried to quit, but couldn't. I ple story ol his life appealed strongly tice among his juvenile associates. Every one was just ready to break Wlua Bby m sick, m ha Outorl. With your filched metaphors and toek various remedies,' among others to the sympathetic heart ot Judge Ivan yas n born fighter and he never the silence to deplore the fate of the Wluo ah vu CfcUd, sha crlJ for Cuter!. your silver.mine collar; When habecftOM Wm, h oluogfto Cutorta. ''The ludian Tobacco Hansford and- - his kliftHyfofTer of a mis'-tnn opportunity to punish the daring voagers when out near the And there, If you're liberal iu "rush. Antidote."' Double Chlorideof Gold." who transgressed the rules of middle of the river the inky darkness WbashebdCTJUna b(TaUiaiOuorU. boy ng the can," etc., etc., but none of them did mo tho home In his family , ' the friendless right to which hq hlmef subscribed. of the qight was pierced by a light. You may find a welcome for Willy least bit of good. Fiunlly, however, boy was jrladly ncrcpted. Bryan. But Ivau was just true as he was A shout rf triumph went up from I purchased a. box of your "Baco W. F. in Louisville Coramercral. But two children had been given to brave and his street fights were al- hundreds ot throats that reached tba it, bus eutirely cured me of Curo"and the Hansford parents, and only a NIIUUVK. the habit iu all its foruir, and I have few months ago, Ivau, their only loy, ways to enforce his notions ol right, oxupanti. pf the boat and a faint If you need anything In the buggy Mis Ona Pollard is very low of ty and woe be the boy who hectored his shout; cime 'nek from the boat. Ivan increased thirty pounds iu weight and line, you will bo well to call on Field am relieved from all the numerous n manly little fellow ol fourteen, had smaller Mlow or the boy who was had bentd the cheers given him and phold fever and her recovery Is un&Holbrook where you can get them aches and prins of body nml mind. I lost his Hie in a rallroa I accident. It rude in the presence nlgirh, he was hid raised his voice above the roar of certain. The family of W. T. ll could write a quire of paper upon my the unfortunate accident had fallen sure to suffer thevengaueeof also have typhoid fever, but at prices to suit the times. the Bos- the wind nnd waves to answer the changed feelings and conditions. heavily upon his parents It was still none ot their conditions are necessariwelcome shout. Yours respectfully, l II. MAitnuRY. severer upon his sister, Estc), who ton wall. The win 1, ai ll angered that these ly precarious. TC Two years nfterlvau came to Pastor C. I'. Bhuich, Clayton, Ark. was two years his junior, and had The ten months old son of Mr. aid 8otd by all druggist at 81.00 per been his constant compiulou, nnd It I the mMSt heautilul city on the lower voyagers should dispute its dominion Mrs. James Howard died on the 5th of the waters In its hour of wrath, inbox; three boxes, (thirty days' treat Mississippi, the thundering nt Sump written was with the hope of siipplylng,n3 lar ter awoke the American people to the creased its velocity and the waves and was buried at Pleasant Groe meat), $2 50 with iron-cla- d guarantee, or.ceut direct upon receipt as possible, the sadly vacant place in sad . ition of war. The funeral maddened by the unwelcome burden, cemetery on the 8th K . troin Whether in the form of pill powder of price Writo for booklet and his family that Judge Hansford location nnd Interest ' very ttnturjlly labd the boat with redoubled fury, services were conducted by Rev W. or liquid, the doctor's prescription for & Mfg. proofs. ,. Eureka Chemical offered a home to the wandering boy. cury blood diseases is always the espoused the Confederate Qause 'hht the ppeclrof ligbtsjillshoueat In Hoover. Co., L Crosse! Wis., 'mid Boston, or potash. These drags bottle "This boy lias come to live with ' Mr. Jesse Miles has gone to David37-- C tervals bearing its glad message to up the poison and dry it up In the Mass." loo. us, Mrs Hanslotd," said. tbeJudge, When the first Union victory of the those ashore. Agaiti and again the son Station to engage in business. system, but they also dry up the marrow In the bones at the same time. lu answer to file Inquiring expression war vat, won the only voice that crowd on the levee shouted applause He is a young man of good business . The suppleness and elasticity of the t wocaa .iMs I). Miles' Tain Fill. for the Union" nnd ot bis wife who had nut him iu the shouted "Hurrah and unbounded ambition. ' joints give way to a stiffness, the rackMany lips attainments only hand that wa,v,ed the ftars to the, iron willed boy. "He is," the Judge continued, the of rheumatism, The form AOKNTH WIINIXa MONKY HEI.I.INU halt. moved In prayer to the Monarch of He Is followed by the best wishes of ing pains bends, tlmiiFfi.ittn ill nlir r h IV nnd let nnd stripes iu the great Southern city the bones ache, while "n Sec- - Storms, while the brave little hero his home people. ecrepltude and helplessness premathose or Ivan Andrews him take, as far ns posih, our own wit turely take poksessjou of the body, aud Mrs. Henry Butler has been visitMckinley and hobart, flueneed the plied his oars to force the frail craft tlnnsl strife had so 1 It Is but a short step to a pair of By Murat'lIaUtead, 'or 40 years the minds of those Southern people thnt through the angry waves toward the ing relatives at Glendeaue. Then crutches. conies falling of Mrs. IJnnslord sutveed the lad u Mr. P It. Miles while returning the hair and decay of the bones, a conSome one shouted: am, faither shore. moat famous Journalist In America, w uot s eve, n Memo.les f he, own dear closely. home Sunday night, was shot at dition truly horrible. t,1(. assisted by Hon. John Sherman, Gen, up. "Iheynrclnn hutidrd yards of the Contagious Blood ftVOTASrii y C. HjGrosvfcuornnd Hon. Chauncey boy brbughf gieat unhi to her eyes.l orf Jn the b of he shore," nnd the shout of triumph had twice by some unknown person. No Poison the enrse . i. 1 uc living .v.., UERCUH7 " damage was done, but some exciteUe'pew,'" M. of mankind Is the civttller. Uven Judce Hansford.flen. already begun when the lantern was most horrible of all Also contains complete Biography but lilt'e ill appearance to remind her erons licarteil mail thnt he was,wo,ubj seen carried by the wind from the ment prevails. diseases, and has of her son, bnt.the ljoblq heart of the hnve.turncd, Tyan f ro(ii his door, but control of luni.an bauds. On Holiday, the 3rd, your scribe Every of Hon. Garrett A, -- Hobatt, nominee baffled the boy refl.'cted itsell In hlslarge' for Mrs. Hnnsfonl atrntige voice was hushed Gloom settled up- attended the organization ofTtisler Wllr?rT ;&) doctors. Their pot- for and Est el. bkii Here we H I if I Hope was abandoped and school by L W. Godsey. No campalgn.Book equal to It baa blue, eyes won the1 respect oHMrs Ir i bottle ami mercury up the poison, It Is, probable that no pther boy wi on all, hut it afwa vi breaks ever been, published. The illustrai Hansford qnd ijUognve. him a hearty, ever so bitterly and at the, same time hundreds of sad hearted men repaired spent the greater part of our boyhood. forth again attack tions arp rich and beautiful, Including welcome to the sadly vacant phce in so unjustly hated as was this noilh-c- to their homes to await the morning. Here we nlavcd together, studied to- J ing BU1UC llCIIKftlC J Da light found Federal gunboats gethet and formed Hes of mutual nnd HifHil iJm. nrL'fttl. and all the her family. Mr. aud.Mxa.'McKlnley. frenuentlv boy In rt Southern cty If con- the mouth and great national leaders; also persona "Come here Estel," called Mrs. Isclousness of tegnhi'Ing his conduct belorc the city. Search for the fate enduring friendship. But n change filling them and places of general Interest. 600 Hansford to Rstel who vas watering by hfs cpn,Tlction ol tight (ailed to of the slorni rocked passengers was has come and nnOmnipotaut baud has BiwirW lYl a throat,eating sores. 1 1 a rv d with When The finding of the fatal lowered the curtain and raised it on ' viw impossible. pages, printed on One paper; .Cloth some flowers iu the garden S.S.S.. is the only rob Ivan'rt lot ot Ht stiugp, it was. ISJ 1 Iw fi 111 known cure fortius Binding! 50. Hall Morocco Binding Estel approached the groiipher moth morejlun (lecotnplished by the fideli- boat just below the city was til the another scene, Our old classmates disease. It is guarrisen pre cr addressing her pathetically siidi ty of"1 $ oa; by mall, postpaid. anteed mtrelv vege ltil Hansford for whom he story that came back from the farther and gone and young pupils havehouse J table, aud one thousand dollars reward Is occupy our places; the old "Hstel, your papa has brought this wuutd.liftve cast acrown tq the winds. shore. VeryLlberal Terms to Agents, a to the contrary. It I offered for proof Agents act quickly lor now is your boy to live with us, to take dear The lo!s ol the adopted Ivan to tho seems to have put on a sombre garb never fails to cure Contagious Blood nnd despised on lie was Ivan . .. - l.- - I........ I..ll. ; Mattel harvest time. Don't delay; order fine T jruu u,u,. ivan I. pinvc II.. n I Hansford family was even sadder thau of forgetfulness and the wind sighing Poison, Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism, dMline,,,,0 g00 ,)t.come t,)(. of the other i l'tojpectus. by mall, only 10 cents, er n)io 1 nope you iwn win icaro 10 (list ot the natural one, through the old grove chants n re-- , Cancer, or any have adisease disease, blood. If you blood ol the.lmgeily aipj tn nnr the ap. Time, the great couifotter of the quleinof which merely covers cost ol postage love, eachother as dearly ns you and days which take a remedy which will not injure you. plainllng shouts pfhis b, t rest cue sorrowful, made slow progress in heal- we can hardly realize are passed and Ucware of mercury; don't do violence Ivan did " and mailing. - Address, wounds wrought by the midour system. Don't get bottled upl mles. Jiiat 'after sir-s-et one stormy' ing the SUPPLY CO., rUBUSHRRSI gone forever and that nre but mighty to Our book seut free to any address, Kstel fixed he'reyes Intently upon night voyage wm a beselged dieaius to us, now. 37 & 69 nmille Building. St, Iottls.Mo. the struiiEerjnnd her childish .ice puj J) CLiuher vntbig nn ngel ami well Tiuidur. weeks K Bwlfl .Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa. For DELKERS 0 HiiLF .a. assnTTiorrsr VEHEGL 0 " Baking Pri6il Powder AB&OWTEX.Y PORE containing thou Southern Roots and Herb which an all.wlae Providence baa placed faa counrnea vrnera i.iver uiseatei mut prevail. It will cure all Dlseaees cauied ay Derangement ol the Liver and llowelt. Tha SYMPTOMS o( Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad tntte In tha mouth) Vain In the Hack, Sld.e or joint, often mlitaken (or uhea. joas 01 Appcinv; mammi Mur Diomacni lowell alternately coitlve and ia lleadachej Lose of Memory, with n painful eenHatlon of havlmr failed to ilr anrnetliinir which ought to have bean done) Debility) Low 5plrlU, a llilik vellow appearance of the fjkln and li) ea, a dry Cough often rolttaken for Coneumptlon. Sometime many of theee symptom attend the disease, nt others very few; but the I IVCM la generally the seat of tho disease, and If net Kegulated In time, great eufrerlni;, wretched neseand DEATH wlfl ensue. The following highly eeteemedpersons attest to the vlrtaes of Blmuions f.lv.r Regulator! Oen. W. S. Holt, Pres. Us. S. W. It. R. Co I Rev. J. R. Peldcr, Perry, Oa.) Col, IC. K. Sparks, Albany, Da C llasterton,Iq .HhsrtS IIIbBCo., Oa Hon. Aleaander II. Hephens. "We have tested its virtues, personally, and know that for Dyspepsia, biliousness and ThrohblnK Headache It Is the I Kit medicine the world et or taw. We tried forty other remedies before bimmonsT.lver Regulator, but none gave tie more than temporary relief) but the Regulator not only relieved, but cured us." ED. TELEohapii anu MF.ssfOF.R, Hacon, Oa. PUItBLY VKUBTAULi:, u J. II. MANUrACTUKSD OSI V HV ZCILIN & CO., Philadelphia, Pa. e PliuFESSWNAh Jita.N. (llcnil, OAHD. J.N. It. YVetlsllns; LAWYERS, (Orflce, over Anderson's Basaar.) GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, KY. 11 0 grief-stricke- n float-obelis- Will practico their profession lo ah tho courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. . Special attention giveu collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. sTsLmee jis.. lOO -- 3Ma,n.a.SOll3LS"t- SmitJa. PHY M. JT KY. AW 1IA11TFORD, Sold by authorized deal crs or direct from Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t" collections. ujneo east side ot pur.ii square. L. Hkavrik. Shelby Taylok. ' THtGEB.DtLKER CO., MANUFACTURES, cloud-reachi- Rttorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law. " Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in' all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Perry Westorfield, Kt. R. R. WEDDING BEAvnB Dam, i Hndrn53S;7 d ' " "'f ",', Hautfobd, Ky. 1 W. H. BARNES 4 ATIUAT LAWj, ed TTJILL practice his prof eseion in all IT the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Commen cial Hotel. Hartford, Ky. Attorney d HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given. to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. ' at Law, r 3T3BsSlIji- Attorney at jGglW, ES. 3P". (Cbnnfy Attorney) ' HARTFORD, KY. - Will practice bis profession In the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Specia) attention given, to coP" ' lections. Office in Courthouse. ell Attorney &tKY. Law HARTFORD, giveu to SPECIAL atteution abstracts, &c',' making also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, rr ." d R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Attorney Hartfoud, Ky. at Law Whit-tltighl- Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. , Bottled Up! Or.. yi. same-mer- SPECIALTY: cimaer, ; Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,. nVANSVILLU, Office IND. ,r 4i6Upp. First st. t' . ' -- J.B. VIOKERS, Attorn oy at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., ' Will practico his profession in Ohio Special atand adjoiuiug counties. tention given to all business entrustsd Office in Republican lohlscaro. ilf-.i- ..i..ji..,.ii..-- - f' ., jme,,,, building. B 1 ' m HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico iu all tho Courts ot Ohio Special at aud adjoiuiug counties. Offiss tendon given to collections. with County Attoruey. WantBd-Anl- dea Attorney at Iaw ARMISTEAD JONES, 1 ' ' WrtUjJSy wforitKBUIlSi'i 00, lt5".a,ur. Mrs, Wasbiaf ton. li 0..or ia.lr Sl.asi crtaa ate hiuureJ biveatleaa wasted. ao4 Ull e( (o h0 The theory In the treatment ot coughs, lung and bronchial affectum has been advanced by the tuanufacturca ol Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Honey. It Is a All dealtruly a wonderiul remedy. ers sell it on a positive Riwrantw. ' For sale by '.. Wayne Griffin & Bro., dntgglst, ant' Kenfrow Hros., Nar-- tu ws, Ky. tfcittt - ' - LltA. rfaalM.ajfc4 M ae: Hartford Itopublican HAM A. HARD1NSBURG. News Notes and litical Items. Some Law on Filing scriptlvo Po- - tMICIINIIX. i:lllar. 14 Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. 1'kidav, August Subscriptions $1.25 advance. 1896. KatbsaudTorma. Ir annum In De-Llst- s. l t ' t OB." 1J Ixral notices 10c per line first in sertion niul 5c each subsequent insertion. Large contracts special rates. FUNNY MR. TAYLOR. Calls on candidates anil political matter 10c per line. Obituary notices 5c per line, nud llAKDiNsnunn, Aug 11. raustinvaribly be paid lor in advance, Mr Godlrcy Haswell, who h is ha d unless parly ordering publication is a protracted spell of typhoid ' fever, responsible therefor. Job Work oiall kinds promptly and has entirely recovered neatly executed. Frof. Shacklctt has been confined to worst enemies. tng upon us when Republicanssbould his bed for four or five weeks with The Cloveipott "kid" nine recent- be at work, to the end that no doubt Republican Ticket. fevers. tist Saturday he was moved ly challenged our uiuc ot a similar whatever may exist of the triumphant , up to Mcide county where he will be character lor u seiiesuf gumes and the of Hon. John W. Lewis to In one eye and about my temple, esELECTION WOV. 3.1800. tinder the immediate care of Dr. Pit challenge was promptly accepted. Congiess. pecially at nlf ht when I had been bating sey, his and his own peo Hie Cloveipuit crowd came up uud In 1S94 I sent greetings to the a hard day of phjilcal and mental labor. pie. He ha had n long nnd weary was badly deleated. Our boys were in readers of The RurunMCANlnthoWest j Itookmanyremedlea, but round hetponly for n'lLLIAMMcKINLEY, spell and hit friends hope and pray turn dele.ittd id Ctovurpott. Last end of the district, and assure them In Hood'a Bariaparllla which cured me ol ! rheumatlam, neuralgia and headache. oi Ohio, for histccovery. Saluiduy the Cluvel putters agaiu that this, the East end, would do its I Hood'a Saraapartlla proved Itielt a true The colored Teachers' Institute was came over to play the deciding game. full dutv and that the Democratic friend. I alio take Hood'a fills to keep W K HAVK (JUT TUB I'lUCK- Sheld here Inst week in the colored When the game had reached the seV lor Vice l'ltmuiil. county of Marion would give Lewis a ' aJ bowals rrRular, and like the pills GARRETT A. HOIiABT, church. It was conducted by Prof. cnth inning the game stood 16 to 4 in majority. Now I will go farther und very much." Isaac iJtwis, Sablna, Ohio. oi New Jersey. Roblson, who is teacher ol the local favor of Cliiveipott i At this point, nMire the Republicans of the West Our Tip Top WhoolB Hoduooii to $60.00. coloied school. Mr. Driskell, county however, the H.irJiuMmtg rooters end that Marion County will largely for CongrrM. Superintendent of Common Schools, caruc ..naid and illsiuud them increase its majority over what it t JOHN W. LEWIS. reports that the colored people o) the selves. They Iced up nlon,; thehuiiiL-sttelc- gs.ve him in 1894 nnd if the RepubliWrltoior CataloRuo nnd Spocial Cash Discount From 4th District of Kentucky. county tire making great progress in and made life hardly worth cans ol Ohio county, and the ndioin-in- g -- wtswQf Save you As educating themselves. The Institute living hy their Coimuanche yells and counties will give the same hand-som- e Read The Republican during the just passed was quite creditable to howls. I the One True Mood rurlSei. All drufntlttt. I L A crowd ol rootets collected majorities they gave him in Vrepared only by C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell. Mate. campaign. the teachers, all of whom were pre atQund third base, to such an rxten 1894, Mr. Lewis will be reelected by are prompt, efflelen- - aod pared to discuss the subjects assigned tLttt the catcher could not see the a much increased majority and the m, nOOdS PUIS cuylaerrect. uccnte. The oilveritcs will likely take con them, and in some the djs third baseman or the runner. By District will show its appreciation of trol of the Bound Money Convention cussions showed careful and thoughtthis means they succeeded in getting the first real, live nnd successful, manner, without asking tor a discusful preparations. The colored people in 13 runs tor the Hanlinsburg team Representative it has had since the sion, or the observance of any ol the rtttcs which usually obtain among in the last half of the fifth inning. war the sound money Democrats of show a considerable spirit in endeavJr oring to elevate and educate their Notwithstanding the frmtic efforts Notwithstanding the excessive gentlemen in pub'ic discussion, as the county should hold a convention, By this means decent. At that Mr. Sveeney race. they will of our rooters theCloverpotters again free silverites at will eonio oi the heat, which has been, and is, prevail- not be enabled to make good and re- forged ahead nnd won the game. And to his feet and excite 1 y ex. ing, Mr. Lewis has commenced his jumped tempt to take possession of it as per spected citizens. thus for the first time in the history campaign, having opened it in a claimed d in your opinion a you, I threat? Lud well, the three year old boy of ol this old town a crowd of Clover-portefor .you or your opindon't care a speech at his home town, Springfield, 1 you. Mr Lewis told him to have beat us playing ball. on the fourth Monday in July to a ion The Republican party of Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. V. G Baggage, died keep cool, and criticised his actions He Our glory has departed and is perchone of her best men in tho death Saturday night of diphtheria. lost large and enthusiastic audience oi lutther, he said to the audience that of Hon. C. M, Brown, of Christian was an exceptional bright child, and ed upon the tower of Cloverport. his neighbors and friends, advocating Funny Mr. Tbviir: Mr. II P. the great cardinal principals of Re it was to avoid such unseemly wrung first of before his death was a pel feet picture county, which occurred the His death was the Taylor, of your city, has been interles as this and to shield them from ot robust health. the week. ' publicans, protection to American To haveyo'ir f,:c:tiro such language and profanitv that he saddest event that has tranipired in viewed on thejpolitical situation and his Hlnh pricflsnot an Excuse. industries, and against repudiation had avoided any discussion with Mr. men of the our town. Tun sound money statement as it appears ir. the Cour- - and an unsound cur rency. Sweeney, and he then nnd there- - gave Messrs. Frank Bowmer,ofMadison- Democratic party will likely hold a of August 10, firmly ess After Mr. Lewis closed his speech, notice that be would not, stviuld Mr, villej Fon Bowmer, ot Louisville; tablishes his reputation as a great to& convention at the Court Houree Mr. W. H. Sweeney, who also lives Sweeney receive the Democratic nomCloverport, nnd humorist. He says: morrow to send delegates to their Victor Bowmer, Is now at Uartlord with his PJoattng Studio-- . at Springfield, and is a candidate for ination lor Congress, voluntarily go Misses Rhoeba Firman, of Cincinnati, Democrat, State convection. "lama sound-mone- y and Susie Monarch, ot Owensboro, because I believe free and unlimited the Democratic nomination for Con- on auy platform witn him nr engine tnr the very it to fade UK Alleleyunlly iuiir(l Dailies up. bent wurk, jjunranteeJ not parlor or aizeaiuade, trnui Down at Paducab, it is said7"tbat are all here to attend the marriage of coinage ol silver at the ratio of 16 to gress in this district, came forward in any discussion with him, adding AId fro up made in any and made his free silver speech. Mr. that his conduct had placed him beroom, day or ui);hi; viewa ot m ideuee or uuv nut do'ir object, l'nce nf (ha the merchants have petitioned 'the Mr. Walter Campbell and Miss Mary 1, gives the mine owners that unfair Sweeney had not, previously, ex- yond the pale of gentlemanly discusrtauiUnl mo (Jaliine!, Si per half l zen; M.7.J er dozen. Little QutD preachers to preach a special sermon Bowmer. The wedding will occur at advantage in the matter ot their propressed any desire to Mr. Lewis, to (.nan mo caninet) si per Une and all are invited to call at mv sturiU calling upon everybody to pay their the home of Mrs Bowmer. ductions that we have been fighting repeat his speech on that occasion, sion It is needless to say that Mr. and see my work II. 0. BUHllOKTKK, Lewis then proceeded to 'iHHi.-.- ot Mr. R. L. Newson, of Cloverport, the Republican This might be carried into debts. protectionist about. he having recitedit on two successMr. Sweeney ceitainly asked himself Chairman ot the National Democratic It proposes clars legislation; it repuCaliimix, Ky., June 28, 18'JO. effect in other localities. To Whom it may Cinuuin: Wo take pleature lu leooumeudioeto Party in this county, has issued a diates our national debt, and reflects ive County Court days at Springfield, if he was even second beat in the ens preceeding, and did not ask lor any counter? your favor Mr. It. (). ticbiocier, the Photographer, who it not ouly a first meeting of tho Bryan and call for a county convention to elect on our honor as dept payers. But the At a clans arilil, but a centleiuan of the Liheit order. He h&a been auocla'ted division of time, it was not supposed Mr. Lewis' next speech was at Sewall club held at the Court House delegates to attend the state conven- Republican party ol high tariff and with tliu H!ipteul Cmhoo.i lor over two years uud we all regret very inuelj to that he would want to repeat his Mumfordsville, where he The National class legislation is no better politicalokc to n have him leave. Hupim,' jou will extend liim the "baud of fellowib.ii," there were ouly tion in Louisville. last Friday night speech at that time. He, however, large audience on Monday the 3rd The Democratic party in this county is the ly, and there has been a social phase Renpeelfullv youis, wcare, Gko. P. tjwisT, Editor Calhoon Htr. niue men and one boy present. party the Republicans will have to to their history that is distasteful to spoke for about two hours making a instant. I witnessed some cf the meeting was devoid of all enthusiasm ' HI or " III! speech which was in no wise new to parfight. The me in this: They repudiate State men who read, nor dangerous to the grand ovatious given Mr. Lewis in which shows the sentiment of HartOhio, Grayson, and Breckrmidge ty may perhaps have the most votes rights, propose gag law, bayonets at ford Democrats. well-farwith men who think. counties in 1894, and the splendid at any rate it can make the most the polls, and besides this a list of public ThU la (ho Ut nutlet and our It tho txt boiuc In thlp to. Wa Dili Ubml The sound money movement is noise, but the National Democratic their official defaulters, make a string He has an easy delivery from the fact audience an.' great enthusiasm at Tuitu on curulgnmtnu. IteiMc wj 1it Utur ficKlttn than other hotuea la hatlaa maoT Ian. Uttoriu to iUpplT. in tho Democratic oirt roll tho ton prtc. and par potnali aol party contains the most wealth nud of names from here to Beaver Dam-g- uess that one word seems to suit him as Mumfordsville gives promise of an growing every day trad.. Do UaTvllug ajcnU. Bblp all four wool and term prodnc. dlnci to well another and if the one, probably other triumphant tour through the party and the nominee of the Indian- intelligence. HERNDON-CflRTE- R I will vote for Bryan and Sedesired, is not at hand he substitutes district. II any one previously had 110 Third StrMt, or 813 to 310 Xurr.ll Court, Reatj This Law: In a recent is-- , wall a Democratic sinner sometimes LOOTSYZLUL XT. apolis convention will get a large vote another and goes on without the least any doubt as to where Hart stands in d sue of The Republican, we had in Kentucky. County Mass Convencomes to repentence, but a Republic interruption. Ills speech as a whole this campaign, Monday's meeting an article on the"Hiles Educations will be held in every county on an never docs " was far above the region oi intelli- remove! it. Lewis made a great tnnihr rarrtrlian m:ii. tional Law." Another statute has 15. Saturday, August Mr Taylor is op,iosed to class leg- gent criticism and it defies all sensiTo Mr. W L. Wright. Wild .Will K I. P.iiU leit l.ir Hendensoi Satspeech and it was well received, and claimed our attention, and we present islation which the Chicago platform Hill Mayer ..r P.iriUviilei-ir'y- ou original, There surely is a great compromise it tor the benefit of our readers. It is proposes;he is opposed to the repudU ble review. His English is short on a perfect ovation given him at its urday. will lo no liberal ai to tpeud une dim his metaphor unique, very Kev WillUmi pte.ichtd at Mt.IItr-mo- n close. He will speak in P.tizabcth-tow- n between the style in which the Hart- section 4,039 and reads ns follows: ation of our national debt which the biblical history, aud as regardless ot you rail buy a ImmiIc i t mien ot JS'JO Satuiday nlht and Sunday, on the 15th instant. ford Herald treats tho Populist doc"That it shall be the duty ol all Chicago platform seeks to do, and Is the rules of othoepy as sockless Simp-so- u whore you loit the Jlrti-te-r Otis Carson, ol thit pluce and at The people understand where the trine uow and when the Hon. Wesley persons owning lands, mineral rights, opposed to any honMr. troubles lies. Proper tarifT legisla- spent Sunday in is of those ot orthography. Hartford. When tho waa lit Crowe and Mr. P. W. Pirtlewere be or standing (branded) trees of any or as debt p ivers, which the Chicago Sweeney may be a souud teacher of is viiitin to 17 in favor nf FiwLvillo in th'J 7tb James IVtris, tion, such us we always propere 1 fore the people for Representative in kind whatever, on the lands of auoth-othe- r, platform does. political economy, a profound student under, and the money question will relative near thN p'nee. inning, wild Ilar.lurd at the bat and or any coal, oil or gas priviis an cosy matter Ta lor will support of monetary systems, but it would be However Mr. 1891 and 189S. It Kev W I Cdii sprnt m.ly two meuout. you got mail end take care of itself The siUvr men leges, by lease or otherwise, or any class legislation, repudiation and refor the Herald to change. difficult for him tbobtainatbird class tell us silver was demonetized in 1S73 this place, the piiest ol W A, Carson quit, coiKcquently you loat ami wo interest therein, in any counties flection on our honor as debt payers. certificate . .. as a Sunday School teach. and that is the cause of all our troub"""I Irta.illaa """"' in this Commonwealth, other than in Mr. Taylor will do this notwithstand'won. ue will play you a garae any Reports come from every county er. In the light oi the fact that the Mrs. Rrairtli. nt near this place, I . . ,. . ,.., ...... iHUllUini IIU, the county in which they reside, or if ing there will be a ticket in the field nineteenth century has not yet closed le now. We deuy the st'ilemcut but VMU l.v. ...r.l. in tho 4th Congressional District, redied Monday nnd w.i buiied Turfed ty lurd. Put '... for sake of argument admit it Why they reside out of this State, to file a that will have none ot the objections upurahut up. Domini was this trouble o loi c I'uiu,' ii Jno. that the year of grace Anno garding the popularity of Hon. nt Whitcsville. descriptive list with the Clerk ot the ic 4 It. Hudson, finds with the 1896 still stares us in the face, he on us? If the act of 1873 brou-h- t W. Lewis and the esteem the people county court of the county in which he loist viturd.y the lie la bill teim party or the Republican party. said the gospels of light and peace He is very popular the party is situated, under oath, ruin, why was the period frnmiSS, cios.sed tuts with the l'lenant Ilidge have for him. Mr. Taylor therefore is funny in this: nur.Moi iwe mrdical reference and the people recognize in him the showing the number ot any such His position is ridiculous; it is a were given to the world and first to 1892 the most prosperous in our team and (leda b ys wrc victoti (11 promulgated about three thousand history for more thau a hundred by a MCQie ol 38 to 6 The leatuie nf Ixxik to any oerson a ic ted with any man to represent this District in the branded trees, giving the kind oteach howling farce; it would make a dog years ago, Ills metaphors surpass years? And why did it only come the ame Wits the batting nfCooV, aprcul, chronic or delicate deaaa will be and upon whose land or lands the next Congress. Ohiocouuty iieruiur to their sex. Addreaa the But for fear our readers see those of his great apostle, at whose with the advent of the Democratic laugh. party to full power in the O-- em- who made severe hits, lour ol thrin leaitiiitr physicians and lurgeoai of Bolid for him. same is situated, also the number ol nothing funny about this we proceed feet he would have us learn wisdom, inent? Singular coincident that the home run", two thire Inse bits .nd the United States, Dr. Hathaway X acres of lands, mineral rights, coal, a little further vith Mr. Taj lor's inot the act was his inCo ik Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. It is ridiculous in the extreme to oil or gas lights, and the actual loca- terview. In speaking ot the Repub- and from whom he receives do, they eflectfeltoffor nearly u quarter 1873 u cen- one single latteries lor not ol .: 4A and Renuett, far I'lr.iMiit Kidc,I threaten to boy-c- tion by metes and bounds, courses licans Mr. Taylor becomes inspired spiration, but as Bryan's hear tho Popocrats tury, and then not until that thing may not shine with a shlnation which was done, which every Republican Dim , William nud Miiv claiming that and distances of each tract, giving Litullllr,IUiiilraii at at I.aaU Kail, the and givesus this: "Andbcsidesthis," way cv ih r.arMJuit.i. with said would bring about .such ti nes as be it has gone back on Demociatio prin. the nearest resident to each, on or be says Mr. Taylor, "a list of their offi. cannot out shined, nor glitter NO. 41. ItO. At. a glitteration which can not be out we have and have had since 1893, as for Wet liound daily daily Some even claim that the fore filteeuth day ol August, 1894, cial defaulters would furnish a string ciples. soon, as it was done. The same old glittered, but unlike Bryan's, they L (.ouisvillc . . 7 55" m 630 pm Courier Journal's subscription list is from which description the assessor of names from here to Beaver Dam." gang that howled for free trade und I, Iluiideuburg are original. For instance no ont low prices is now howling for free 7 55 fast falling off, when it is a known of the couuty in which same is fi ed, L, Irvingtou . . This is a crowning stroke of wit. but Sweeney would ever have con810 .949 ATaalliimuliit, silver and high pricei. Free tr.tle I. Slephetipott , We will ceived to 28 fact that the subscription list is increase will list the same for taxation each Let us calculate a moment. ? k8 ' We consider 'Wilmoie's Nev Anal-jticthis one: "The gaunt specters will work no longer, they cannot (ice I, Cloverport year at its fair cash value;auy person say that four names can be written on 9JI8 ' 1047 ing every day. the country on that and they mk nti Relcrcnce flib.e" the brut wc I. Hawesville . 11 ti failing to comyly with the require- the space of an inch. In one mile uf the plutocrats trampling with iron other issue, but mind you always it 914 hoofs the rights and liberties of the is have ever and lake pleitoire iu I. Owetibboro , ' 15 p 011048 HVMI.I.V fllAI'Kl.. ment of this pet shall be fined for there are 63,36.1 inches From Hartthe same old gang. Yes vet 11) : M 55 15 No one can Ar Henderson . recommending it to all. common people." A specter with iron Misses Hallle Shaver and Bessie each of such failures one hundred dolNo 42. ford to Beaver Dam is five miles or Ijoofs and the specters of plutocrats, "The same old ass, thesamcold mule. ttdiird to do the work mce-sat- y No. 44. ' in same KUtley, Bremen, were the guest of lars and costs." Hast iKMind daily dally Placing 4 names to who ore supposed to fare sumptously The fool." old fraud, the saiue'uid other "Ibbles" lot the money this 316,800 inches. I Ileuntraoti . Miss Cora Felix last week. 7 20 a m 2 55 pra In Owensboro parties are being the inch would give 1,267,200 names. C I. every day, being gaunt strikes me as Iiach ut in have bought I. Owensboro . oook cost. . 8 25 3.55 Mr. and Mrs. John I. Felix, spent prosecuted who own towu lots, to reai In other words the Republican party . 9 , 5 4 53 a copy ol this grand bo ,k, T.ilx book I. Hawesville . Then too, the Sunday with Mr. George Brown. cover the Mini of one hundred dollars according to Mr Taylor, has had 1,- -. a little bit ludicrous. I, Cloverport . . 9 50 7 idea of a specter, even with iron IUST in now bewj: sold by Mr J. W. Glas- I, Strphenport , 10 a crows from this vicinity at- because ot their failure to file a list Quite ONE THING 5 3S tt , 267,200 official defaulters Here again hoofs, being heavy enough to tramp tended the builal of Mr John W. with the clerk as provided in the I Irvlnjiton , . tojt ,6 16 Is cured bt Dr lull's gow in Ohio count). Brer. Taylor wins his spurs as a hu- le the liver pins out of the common I, llrandouburg 6 39 Jno I' MoKTii.t, f I. Ouii'i'iN. U 18 Honey. Black nt Bethel Friday. It ones thai eveiy Pine Tar above statute. Citizens uf this coun I morist, by reason of his profound I), M. IIockkr k I iitm:, Ar Louitville . 12 45 p m 8 00' people or any other sort of people. time. That one thing' is inll iniiim A large crowd of Concord 'people ty who own property in other counSam A. Anmurson It is to lie hoped that in Yet, it was just such specters that tion of the mucous membranes oi the nttended Sunday School at Hamlin ties had therefore best comply with Field & llolbrook buy their bug the course of time some few raya of Sweeney feared, and his whole soul lungs, bronchial tubes and throat, Chapel Sunday. this law. fries bv the car load direct lrofti the Cry light will find theit way into the dark went out in lament for the dear peo- coughs, colds, chest troubles, cioup, Rev. O M. Felix. Breman, spent a catarrh ol the head or thioat, coM iu A Thoun is the Flesh: As was and benighted mind of this unimpormanufactory paying cash, Hence ple, and in his sad presence came the head, "la tfiippc." nahuu, bronfew days last week with his parents, stated in our last Utter, Mr. Arthur the low prices. tant, jet funny gentleman. v cough, sore throat, chitis, whooping bock to me those weird lines of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Felix Board, of Louisville, has been in town Rodin Hood. Kenumber Hultiupton will give in their quaint orthography, loss of voice or hoarseness are all due Miss Clara Foster spent Sunday for several days, resting from the Bucklon'a Arnloa Salve. to inflammation of the mucous memyou a good easy shave. quaint as some ot Sweeney's ideas: Tm: Ukst Skuvu' in the world for night with Misses Hallie Shaver and Dell's Pine Tar Honey branes. Dr. duties which devolve upou a 4'r.HW.Vo, Cuts, llrui.es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bessie Kistley the guest of Miss Cota traveling salesman, who sells hats. Mr John B, Ferguson, Morton's "Hark the ravenne flappes hys is a quick, sure and safe cure for this Rheum, Fever Sores, Tctterj! ' Clsap particular class of complaints. It is o wyngs Felix raised a Democrat. Gap, visited the family of Mr. V. B. Mr. Board was ped I lauds, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all Is not good for other complaints. It In the briered dell belowe Miss F.tta Fulkerson entertained a This fall however he will vote lor Morton rerently. Skiti Eruptions, and positively cure loude dothe pleasant to take Chlldten like it Harkl the deathe-owlPiles, or no pay required. It is guar few of her many friends Saturday McKinley. Ic is not the Republican Is harmless. K Smith nud wile, formand will ask for it. It Mr. John syugc. nuteed to give perfect satis facuion or It Is made from pine, tar and honey. nigh, a pleasant time is reported. paity's position 011 thefinanctal ques. ally of this neighboihood but now ot To the nyghte m. ires as theie goe, ploiiMu motey refunded. Price 25 cents per Old folks know that these ure good, The Sunday School at this place is tiou alone that has converted Mr. Caldwell county vUited here last Mye love ys dedda, box, FOR SALE BY Williams ft harmless medicines. In Dr, Hell's Gonne to hys deathe-beddnicely. progressing Board; he now believes in, and advoweek, Bell, tf Pine Tar Honey they are combined Al under the wyllowe tree.1' Little Miss Virdie Felix visited lit- cates a protective tariff Hisanuounc. ' a Mrs. Bertie B. Ashby died Wednesby new-ariay" scientific methods with VinbbtiiK Malt. Miss Velsie Wilson last week. tle Specters are ouly imaginary, the vegetable plants, giving them remeiit that he would support McKin-le- y day July 29th at the home of her fathWe villi send Tint RiiruiucANasd Mr. John Brown is on the sick list. crvuted consternatiou among er Mr. William Ball. She was a offsprings ol fincy, and disturbed markable medicinal value. Dr. Sell's Pine Tar Honey will not cure con either ol the lollowlng named papers Cora Allen canMisses Nettie lingers, 'dyed in the wool Democrats." Christian woman and had numerous and disordered faculties. They sumption. It will ward it off in its for one year for the amount opposite and Susie Duke visited the family of Whilst all our Democratic brethren friends who wilt morn her departure. not do any tramping, they can not inciplency and give relief and com-- 1 tjUUSL1 1H111IIH IllUUUIlt each name. Look over the list and Sunday. dangerous in fort iu its later stages. There Isn't I Mr. II. C. Felix are the cleverest fellows in the world, Mrs. Ida Paxton, Louisville, visited hurt, nothing real nor see what you need and give us a call: O A large crowd from this place atnevertheless there are some among her brothers, Messrs. V. B. and Sam them, so like Sweeney's speeches, another conch remedy on the market Daily and Sun, Courier-Journa- l (S.aj that does not claim to cure conaump- tended quarterly meeting at Beaver them upon whose back the moss has Morton last week. and produced from similar causes. II j 011 tired Hii)thitig in the buggy ' without Sunday " tiou. Such a claim (a a ridiculous , . . 6 25 Dam, Saturday. Alter the close ol Mr. Sweeney's falsehood, Put no dependence in grown so thick und hard, that It Mrs. Zona Pierce is visiting her line, ou will hi Will to c ill on Field Seml.Weekley x 75 Mr. and Mrs. Clay York visited would turn cunnon ball fired from mother Mrs. Matthews. speech Mr. Lewis ag in took the remedies that need a lie to sell them. & Holhroik, vthcrr ) on can get them Weekly Courier Journal . , , is put up Mr. Frank Black Sunday, Mrs. Ella Morton is visiting in stand and criticised Mr. Sweeney Dr. Bell's theflneht 13 inch gun in our infant ut pikes to kuit the linns. Louisville Commercial . . i , 1 15 for interfering with bis campaign in in 25c, 50c and tl bottles. If the Mr. Wes Maples and wife and little army. 10 these goon uemocrats .Mr Central City this week. . . . drugcist does not keep it, it will be I S3 N Y. Tribune Mr, Board was and Mill is, a thoin in the Miss Gertie visited her parents Mr. James Duncan who has been the manner he had, accusing him of sent upon receipt of price by tiie K. l.e.vt your order lor Ice We will N,Y. World thricc-atwee165 . Ward, Kinderhook, Siturday and Ueh. Sjiue old fatherly Democrats, very sick is better, attacking him in the rear without V Sutherland Medicine Co., Bole deliver Irom j to 0 AlKt that time Chicago Inter Ocean 1 40 Bu-- v Bw:s Sunday Miss F.tta Mllner is visiting rela notice, saying tint lie, Swemey, had manufacturers, Fountain Park, Padu while seated under the .hade of the we will not deliver, , . . , . I Home & Farm twice before spoken ut Springfield call, Ky. There Is no ober remedy in our court house tives in Livermore this week. bankrupt Itces Cahiio.j & Co. We would be glad to send you any 'just us good." When a druggist Mies Hthel Fulkerson is visiting in aud that he, Lewis, had not molested says yard, the other day, ui.dertook to tr hi ... ko, he is thinking ot his profits of the above named papers. Tkfal him in the least, had not interfered and not ol your welfare. IT IS A iiinnxtratc with Mr. Board upon the South Carroll ton. IjM Cunts rfMln All tlw Alia. offer is good for uew subscribers sad IzJ Beat Cough brrou. 1MIM lOua. ww PTl They met with Miss Maud Barnard is visiting her with him, and for hint to come in as I10USKHOI.D NECESSITY. error ol his way. m In unit Hold by drutfUu. old ones who pay oae year in advaacf Por sale by Z, WayneGritHn & lira geWriyiMrt'lfiialnilTTlMeB he had done and attack hi u in that Louis. complete discomlitur . Mr. Board sister, Mrs. Dauks. tho Sablna Bank 20 years. He glndly testifies to the merit of Hood's and what ho says U worthy strung arguments. attention. All brain woikers find Hood's Sarsaparllla peculiarly adapted Lost Their RAnnrr Foot. There A Few to their needs. It makes pure, rich, is one thing at which Hurdlusburg red blood, and from this cornea nerve, people have always been successful, mental, bodily and dlgestlvo strength. and that is base ball playing. Lkuanon, Ky., Aug. 11, 1896. "I am glad to lay that Hood'a Banapa We have always won, and especialThe weather is almost too warm for rllla la a vary food medicine, especially aa a blood purifier. It baa done ma rood ly from the Clovcrpotleis who in a any one, but A free silver mau, to en MTtrat years I anfferad base ball season ute our ancient and gage in politics, butthetlnie is press - ' many times. For ot grMty with pains sailed into them with such vigor that they were soon speechless; their eyes bulged out of their sockets and. laid out on their cheeks; their hair, stood up on ends; great drops ol briny perspiration roll-- d down from their foreheads and fell with a loud spat, upon the patched earth. They failed utterly to make au impression,but were themselves Impressed by Mr. Board's JNO. flULEWB Has Opened his Cam paign and isMarch-ingo- n to Vic- President Isaac Lewis of Sablpn, Ohio, U highly respected all through that tcction. llo hog lived In Clinton Co. 75 years, and has been president ot Saria-parllla, Bank DELKER tory. Timely Words to Republicans. Are odd 'an i - an d Bicycles rice - ARE RIGHT : f JJicydc roptiirng ol all kinds do no promptlyCYCLE k DELKER MFC Neuralgia hi HP! 209 Allen Street, I pbj-icia- n, 0"W3E3TNr6JIB01R.O 33LTr. Bicycles! -- Bicycles! Monarch, h Hood's Sarsaparilla ON OUR KXTIItKUNBOF WHEELS. We Will Aoney yictor, apoleon, Barnes, Overland irrst-tnee- Hill A Steitler, Bicycle Sundries ut Keck JJottom Prides. Repairing done on short notice. ', re J-le- is rs d-- d-- Yoar tnkn I Green H. O. SCHROETER, the Profssional River Photographer e . Populist-Democrati- c e WOOL. WOOL. 1 CO. pub-lishe- 0nhoro. w im ao-ir- a pr, t..i .,. Populist-Democrat- , u, rranat, .i, ot w-i- it. Onurler-Jouraal- - Children Jrv Pitcher!iCagtorla. .9" u 1 ' i . Pitcher's Castoria. Children for Chat-terton- 's ama e If y u r subscription is not sond in paid, tho money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,000 Notice: X3 inn trvnnt final. . Globe-Democr- 11 ,1J$. k ... ... j Children Cry for Pltchr'a Castoria. .. - 9WW a. aUak .'qtaafciL .''" .iS HfMti IfflLf!". j. J.l,.'JlVlM -- . .. - r 'in, I, aaV -- - rii BaiWagiiMBaBBrtnmami ; ,. ..-- . 111 . . a vi -- irF,rril.rgir Fit CAN'T COMPLAIN! & liilo somo merchants arc complaing SPECIFIC nig line ol shirts nt Fair Bros. Go's. & BEAVER DAM. cmdiiulod Tim 'eric ol mooting and Fallin closed FrM ) tdlit lat. preached HeV. House, Louisville, Rev. in tho M. E. Churoh Hunday. Tuck preached at at 8 o'clock iu the School Hall. Mrs. A. V. Thompion and ions, Louisville, returned borne alter a three week's visit to Mr. O. tilovcus and family. Mr. Carl fonts has lucn quite tick for the pan week and it is thought that ho Uh tliu (overs. Ono i.l ilio nifHt enjnynble things of tbesean wu' thohayridu uiven iu honor ol Mi HcioNave, of LouisA party ville, Monday evening. consisting of Mioses Clillio Gray, Mamie Mitchell, Maudo aud Uirlio Mon-roBessie Navo, Anua Mclvonnoy, UarnarJ, Attyo Lottie Metcalf, Messrs. Byron and Sadio Austin Barnes, E1 and Tim Barrasu, Harry Barnard, 0. D. Chick, Guy Sutoler, G. P. and Tim Attslin.G.H. Maddox G. Carter aud Frank Cascbier, with Mrs. Mary Martin and Mius Emma Barnes as chapcroncs. The party lelt town at J3 o'clock taking tho Cromwell road. Quite n jolly time, was experienced on our way and at 7 o'clock just on this sulo of Cromwell we ate supper. Just there we turned our faces homeward and at 10 o'clock One by we arrived in Beaver Dam. ono our party left us, each declaring they had never enjoyed an oveuing THEPOPU Of the Fourth District, Highest Honors Awarded World Fair. For scrofula. "Since childhood, 1 huvo been nfllli-tt-Willi scrofnlaui Lolls nnd sores, which caused me terrible suffering. Physicians wero unable lo l.olp me, nnd I only grew worso under their care. At length, I began Sivc;oui luiudi) f ' T-'- Lyman Will-Iim- i. 3 ti liyltivi. Ciiindlei iii at Fair 5 Hros, & n ii wut Co's. lot fat linn Meet at Hodgens- ville And Sorrow Dwells in ami discussing HARD tics, otc, t) TIMES, poli- - I Mr. I. tm Mc Henry, Louisville, was In town last Sunday. WW CREAM to tako FAIR BROS. & CO. Areliiiving a good trade, ifnd in order to make it better they have put their liiiooflsummcr goods -- All 10c. organdie Lawns reduced to 7c. at Fair Bros. & Co's. A lew more Linen Suits and Luster Coats ut Fair Bros.fc Co's the Democrtlc Heart. Nomlnntod a Cnndlclnto for Congross. HOIKlIiNSVILt.i:, AYER'S Snrsaparllln, :nid very soon grew bet-After using half ft dozen bottles I was completely cured, so that I liavo not bad boll or plmplo on any part of my body for tbo last twelvo years. 1 can a cordially recommend Ajer's r ns tbo very liest In existence." G. T. IIkiniiart, M)ersvllle, Texas. rf"yk? ter. i&p' ' Onr negligee shirts are just the thing for this hot weather Carson & Co. I.eave)oiiroiuera lot ice so we can aVIverit early In the morning Caksom & Co. Mrs. A C. Lewis, Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs J is A. Thorn, as. She wl be here several days. 1 BAKING POIrDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. A Au. 10. .A.T1 COST 7c woith8c Siiwa-pailll- blood-purifie- Now is your time to buy summer goods; 'hot 'weather is just on us. Read below the bargains: Zelphry Gincharai DteM Styles Gingham Stripe Piques Sttlpe Batiste Plain and Pancy Organdies Persian P.rcal v' AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla a.jtr'1 Chirry Pectoral tares CMjht TOE ONLY WOBWS TAIB ,$. ...".. . .'ocwotth 7C 7c 10c ad Cold worth 15c worth Mote campaign gpoJs 8c worth !2,'c I2tfc Plain and Figured Swlists . . . ? . v ... 10c worth 15c worth VhlteDuck ..' locwoith tstfc ui Carson & Co. Field & llolbruok defy all compe-- . Suits made to order at Fair Bros & ti tion in the buggy, Cait, Spring Co's. Wagon or Road Waon line. Call Fans to cool yourself with at Fair and be convinced. Dros. & Co's. your chickens, heas, feathers and geuscug, also eggs and CARSOS & Co. bmtcr. Just uceivedot Fair Bros. & Co a lot of ladles Sailors in blacks and blues 15c lo $1 00 I Come in and get a dress pattern RtilUble lor the hot weather lor less Caksjm & Co. than wholes de IJrlng 011 I - Grsis Lluen .' LadldeSMuslln Drawera, Skltta and Gowns Ladles "X 10c W0IU aoc . . . 50c t Ladeis Vest Woven Corsets Men Sweaters ... '...,... ."'.. 2cortli J . to $1.25 worth joc 25c Boys Suits 12 to 19 Fair Bros & Co's, Mr. Lee II Mcvi-ni- , In town thin week. All pit ties Interested In the organization nf the Soni of Veterans will meet at the court house lu Hartford, Balutdsy, AU, 15th at a o'clock. Louisville, wsa Important meeting. T J Mortox. j eats $1 50 nt better. .(..-'.- . lilies Shirt "...,.. .y,-- y Rut.". WaUt . . uFn Shirts , JjJFana and Parasols at low prices. . ,? w ..... f ; joe worth ; 25c worth 75c 50c Mr. W. II. Klchmond, was in town last week. Calhoon. 50c worth $i soc&'ooc wotth i, Misses Kniina and Bessie Fair have relumed Irum Henderson. Mr. Frank Buskill, of Point Pleasant was iu town last week. Mr D L Johnson, was in town this week Owensboro. Wo?aro determined to carry less over this season than ever before, so these goods must go Mrs. Susan Liles died ut her home nt (lotion l.st Monday tveniu. Constantly nil hands a big line of Clothing at Fair Bios. & Co's. Itemember DulliugMn cin give you the very best in the tousorial line. Miss Corimie Cox is visiting Mrs. T. II. Aull at Auburn, Ky.,thU week. Field & Holbtook arc selling Buggies, harness, Moore's lapdusters and wuips. t, Born totlie"wileol Mr. Jo A. ol No Crtelr, la&t Monday eveBir-nel- spfcAs Advertised As our fall line is now coming in. I 3r ifc. When in Hartford Call on us and we will show you a line rof goods excellent in quality, low Truly, in prices. Mr. J. H. Nave and wife, Lotits-ill- e, T. lgleheart, of near Point spent a few days in town this Pleasant, lost his house and all the wiek. They are visiting in Hartford contents by fire Wednesday morning. at present. The origin of the fire is unknown. A birthday prrty was given WedThere was no Insurance on the prop- nesday evening at the residence of erty nud the loss will fall heavily on Mr. and Mrs. Perry Westerfield in lllm. honor oi their eleven year old daughs Field & llolbroik are headquarters Quite a pleasant ter, Mits Hazel. for ull kinds of vehicles such as bugevening it was for tbo little folks. gies, spring wagons, carts and road Miss Oma McKenney eutertained They buy direct from the a few of her friends Tuesday evening. wagons manufactory for cash, thereby getting Miss Annio Westerfield returned to all discounts which enables them to ber kome in Rochester Monday. sell as cheap as the cheapest. Mrs. Salite Johnson and son.Louis-villc- , spent Friday in town. Nervous debility Is a common complaint, especially among women. MluFanuio Baruei has been iu The best medical treatment lor this the country this week with ber broth-er,M- r, disorder is a persistent coutse ofAyer's Georgie, who is quite sick. Sarsaparilla to cleanse and invigorate Attye. the blood. This being accomplished, nature will do the rest. Great sales prove the great merit Mr.lt. ning, a girl. T I Mrs. Veru Tutum died nt her home near Hoiton Tuesday nnd was buticd Wednesday Mr. and" Mis. W. II. Williams. Louisville, are vhiting the family ot Mr. G. U. Williams. Mrs. Sidney Uoiarlh, living near Buford.died Monday nud was buried at Wliitesville Tuesday. who Richmond, Miss Florence has been visiting her aunt, Mrs E J. Hudson, has returned borne. We have a small amount of imlll-ne- ry goods lelt yet, which we will belt nt your own price. Carmx & Co I ZEaJLa: Hartford BKATESTUAM I Bros. Ss Co. gemple fashion. of TAMLE 3"-- Rfc M. M. T1MK ... ... Way Freight .' Fait Mill . WEST BOUND. . . . 7:16 a. m. . . it:45a. nt. m. P8:18 p. m. Accommodation New Orleans Limited . . 11:22 p. in. Accommodation . EAST-BOUN- D, Cincinnati Limited Accommodation . . .... .!. . Way Freight 1 Accummodatiou Fast Mall (.,..' 5 Hah'lKN Minutiae, Agt. 4:33 . m a m S'-6:3c a. m 1:29 p. m. 7:30 P ". a The crop out look is very discourThe hay harvest aging at ptesent is above nn average while the wheat and oats was a complete failure. The potato bugs nre ot only at work on the potato vines but take everything alike. Mrs. O. P. Skillnun, who has been sick for several days Is now improving. Mr. Bud Yeiser is on the ilek list Miss Alma Stinnett, Whitesvllle, visited friends here last week. of Wrstetficld. Miss Oum Hartford, visited friends and relatives here last wiek. Miss Delia Taylor, Phil pot, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Weal. Mr, Will King has about completed his new residence. Misses Dena Westetfield and Delia Toylor, am' Messrs. Eugeue Christian and G. D. Westerfield attended the ice, cream supper at Habit list ii.:ana.nt iiiiiui:. J r . I Liquid l.liclrlriljr TeellmoMlale. My wile auflered lor twelve years with sour itomadi and indigestion I tried ev'rvtblnsr I heard of without 'getting relict. By the ueof one bot I tie of Liquid Electricity she was not only relieved, but entirely cured. I ' found it effectual for cure of toothache l Hugh Roach. McIIenry Ky. alio. I stepped on a rusty nail and tun it ' almost through my foot, causing a severe, painful anddangerous wound. Aftertrylng everything that la usual. ly used and gettiug no. relief, I purchased a bottle of Liquid Electricity. few times I was After applying It relieved ot pain and swelling began to reduce and in a shotttlme was able to walk. I earnestly recommend it as the beat remedy I ever used. Mxs.Maky A.Wxlsoh, McIIenry, Ky. On night of June 26th, 1896, I was bitten by s very poisonous spider. After using several remedies without botany relief I purchase a fifty-cetle of Liquid Electricity; nudnltera few applications was greatly relieved. Am confident it was instrumental In I cheerfully lecom-aitu- d saving my life. It to, suffering humanity as a valuable family medicine Duncan Pjwmah, McIIenry, Ky. several scalds and I have healed burna .very rapidly by the uieofLl. quid Electricity. I think it the best hcallag, remedy I ever used nt Saturday night'week. The young people of the town taken a hay ride one night last week. Mr. B. N, Graves went to Colorado last week for his health, Mr. W., B. Klssjuger, of Narrows,, was examined last week for license to practice law and was admitted to the bar. Mr. Kissinger Is n rising young man of Ohio county nud will no doubt make a great success ,in the practice -- ol law. If the people would think more about paying their debts and less about how to keep troni paying them everybody would be better fixed, lloiv about that subscription ucv When weie adopted, viz: count? We ue.d the money. can you pay it? Send us part of it Whereas, God in his infinite wisMessrs S. S May mul Geo." Bunger dom hits removed from our midst by have been at work this week laying the h md ol death an officer of this the pavement around the Court House Cutirt, J lilor John W. Black; therefore be it yard. Rnsor.vcD by the members of the Mrs. W. II. Mauzy and childicu are Unit lord Bir and officers olthe coutt, visiting her father'h family near Preu-ti- s that in' his death we deplore the loss They will be absent about two ot one whose life was worthy of ex- weeks. nmple and who In his official duties i" ,' ..II " '' . i.. ' Marriage license since our last te and dealings with his lellow-me- n al port' Justus Matthews to I.coua ways displayed the characteristics ot Brutcher, Edgar Fuquato Ireue Bean, a true christian gentleman. Win. II Hoover to Sarah F, Allen. Resolved That we extend to the bereaved members ot his family our oaiumay nigui uneven u,uc uMttmMt Bv,,,hv nnd llml fhev tw. Into the Company's store.at McIIenty o, and stole about $.00.00 worth of recoids goods. There hns been no dew to and Couuty the thieves asyet, ,urnlslled t0 Cach Couits mi a Dr. E. W. Fojd received word of the county papers. . ..... iir . n. UWHIt, 1. Weduesdav ulglit that his wife had I E. Rove. Com. home other taken suddenly ill.it the C. M, Barnutt, father at SulphurSprlnBs. The DocIn srcouding the motion for the tor lelt immediately for her bedside. adoption of the report Judge W. T. The following named persons hnve Owen, Hon. J. Edwin Rowc, Judjre L P Little, Messrs. J, E. Fogle, G. paid their subscription to Thr W. B Likens andj. S. R. Wedding each' sine 'itr last Issue: T Oiler. W. II Mauzy, HirtfordjB, made a short eulogistic speech on the ll'c of the deceased. M. Faught. McIIenry. Mr, mack Drulli. The funeral of Jailor Jno W. Black was conducted at Bethel Church last Friday evening mention of whose dm th appeared in this paper last week. Ills son, Thos II. Black, has been appointed Jailor to fill, out the unexpired term. At n meeting of the bar and officials in court hall last Friday to draft suittble resolutions on the death of J. W Bl ick, one of Ohio county's most mpected citizens aud officials, who dM tlete on ti,e luoruJ ng 01 tne 7m at 6 30 o'clock, Hon E. D. Walker wis chosen as chairman and F. L Felix as secretary of the meeting after which Judge W. T. Owen, Messrs J E. FoglenndC, M. Barnett were nppoiijted by the chair as a committee on resolutions, who, after being absent for a few minutes, returned with the followiug resolutions which of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and great merit enable it to accomplish' wonderful cures. ijimlhMlef.rTaiM. By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and county of Ohio for the years 1895 and 1896, I or one of my Deputies will on Monday the 7th day 1896, between of September, the hoiiis oi 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p. m. at the Court House door in Hartford, Ohio county, Ky., expose for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following lands (or so much thereol as may be necessary to satisly theamountoi the taxes due and costs) to wit.: j FOR TEAR 1895. Arces Owner Bishop, Thompson 63. 1 , Basliam. Win. A. 80 Bray, Wm. Bashamjoe D. 4 Boswell, Thos. H. 75 Cooper, Ed P. 90 100 Everly, Elizabeth Ford Bros. 5 Fulkerson, Jacob W. 50 Pielden, Lewis 25 . Farmer, Thos G, 17 , Guy, John M. 3 . Galley, Agnes B. 50 . Hovvard, Martha A. 172 Hamilton, Luclnda 75 , , Tox&costs 4 30 4 35 6 45 425 3 75 380 5 35 7 5 5 95 5 20 4 65 5 45 . . . . . . Hunter, Jas-Likens, Ras. Kuykendoll, Mary J. 225 2 tracts . 1. . . . . . 120. . . 20 . . . .. 480 4 00 480 13 35 490 7 00 . . iai 16 . . . Matlock, Wm. Maddox, John 3 . . Perry, Martha 10 acres of land and t town lot Watson, Wade H. 198 . . . -. , Young, Ezra 92 .- 490 490 3 85 8 10 The Populists ut tke Fourth Con grcssionat District met in convention here Friday, August 7, for the purFarmers have begun preparing for pose of nominating a candidate for Congress. The convention was an another wliot crop. Mr J. E Mitehel was the guest of enthusiastic one und plainly showed that the men composing it knew their Jt.hn Lanliam and Calvin Wilsou Saturday and Sunday. business. Mrs. Mary B. Wilson visited her Hon. D II. Smith, as well as his friends, have been counting on the sister, Mrs. Etnum Allen, Saturday. Mr. E. P. Taylor began school at Populist vote should he, Mr. Smith, Salem, district No. 31, last Monday; be nominated upon the Democratic ticket (or Congress, but that their 31 pupils present. Rev, Richardson preached nt Vcrg hopes have all been sunk in the mire of disappointment is plainly shown Stewart's Sunday evening. The people of the neighborhood by the hanging of their upper lips met and cleaned off Salem burybegone expression. and their woe Mr, J. C. Durham, oi Taylor, was ing ground last Saturday. There is lots of hogs dying in this accepted as the candidate for Congress, and in a neat speech thanked neighborhood with the cholera. Rev. J. D. Duncan will fill his regthe party who bad seen fit to make One del- ular appointment here Sunday. him their atandard bearer. Rev. F. M. Farris will be with ua egate from Hardin county was Inclined to think that the Populists had in our Snnday School at Fair View, better adjourn the convention and We hope that there will be a large meet at Elizabeth town the 27th, with crowd in attendance. There were several from this comthe Democrats, nnd nominate a can didate and stand by him. This gent munity attended the barbecue at Wal tleman's bright (?) idea was scattered ton's Grove Saturday. Andkrson. to the fourwlnds. He sat to close to UNIOV. Mrs. Ada Reed is no better the Democratic leaders in the hall to Mr. Richard Phi turner's little daughter is suit the Pop's. Mr. James, of Owensboro, made a sick. Mr. Clinton Howard's little ringing speech denouncing Sewall as daughter is sick. a President of a railroad company and Miss Ollie Hocker who has been ' condemned the Democratic party for visiting in the community has returnhooking four of their planks and put- ed to her home in Beaver Dam. ting in their platform and taking Mr. A. C. Stevens and family spent Wm, Bryan, ''a good Populist who last Sunday near Horton. hasn't voted the Democratic ticket Mr. Horace Taylor began a singing for two years" and sticking him on school nt this place last Sunday. the platform. "I am opposed ta it The wind and hall sUrui othe 1st and if they want our support let tlixn damaged the fruit and tobacco crops' ' ' come to us instead of us going to at this place. Farmers say this is v tkem. the heaviest crop of tabacco worms in The gentleman from Ohio county their recollection. S.B.F. struck the keynote. He said: "We One or Onr IImt lilxcna. are asked to meet with the Democrats Editor Republican: I read in and stand by their nominee. There the suppliment to your issue of last' are two men fighting for the Democratic nomination whom I cannot week of the death of John W. Black support, and I'm sorry to say one with feelings of profound sorrow. As ' comes from old LaRue(referring to D. school boy, soldier and citizen I had' i'l known him for forty years. As a; ti. bniituja man wno legislates 90 . per cent, tor iiimseu anu 10 per ceni, school boy he was diligent in study, for the people. How can we, as men, respectful to his teacher and gentle lend our support to this man who has and considerate in his deportment run around making speeches and say- toward his school nates; as a soldier he was obedient to dlclpline.kind and ing: 'Let the Populists go with and the negro where they be- obliging to his comrades, gallant and long;' time and againand who is now brave in battle; as a citizen he was making every effort to catch the Pop- sober, industrious, law abiding and ulist vote?" (Cries of "we can't, we honorable. I last saw him at the G A. R. Encampment at Louisville last won't.") September and as I pressed his honOne delegate introduced a resolution which reao: "We will combine est hand and gared into the depth of with any party which favors reform his generous soul as reflected In his and is opposed to It manly lace I thought how gently was the last hope for the Democrats time had dealt with my life long, and they moved silently among the friend, but alas! the old must die and' Populists, but the Populists showed the young and middle age may die.. them that they were not entirely be- Ohio county may well deplore his reft of their reason by voting down death whereby she lost one of her best citizens. May his rest be peacethe resolution. S. E. Hill. , During the excitement a delegate ful. arose and announced, "Jno. Lewis Mure 10 Win. The people recognize and apprecwill represent this district in Coniate real merit. That is why Hood's gress." The convention adjourned with the Sarsaparilla has the largest sales In Populists declaring for Durham; the the world. Merit iu medicine means Smith men blue in the face and the the power to cure. Hood's SarsapaRepublicans were'nt saying a word, rilla cures absolutely, permanently but quoting that part of the scripture cures. It is the One True Blood Pur(?) which says: "Everything goes ifier. Its superior merit is au estab- -' Ushed fact, and merit wins. the way ot the righteous." No, dear reader, we are sorry to Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy say Hon. D. II. Smith has not ac- to operate. Cure indigestion, headcepted Mr. Bullitt's challenge to de- ache. , 11 ey pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frtc (inn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. . - t'.XSK MIS. j 1 bate. "GlLMONFILD." "Canst thou minister to a mind diasked Macbeth., Certainly, 7 00 my lord; the condition of the mind TOWN LOTS. dependy largely, If not solely, on the No. lots Tax & costs condition ol the stomach, liver, nnd Owner 1 2 40 bowels, for all of which complaints Sullivan. R. B. r . . . . $6 45 Olaughlin, Bridget Ayer'a Pills are, "the sovereignest 1 Wallace, Mary F, 4 20 thing on earth." seased?-" ... .... 83 00 KuiimU Irlji. Last day Bicycle Meeting August 15, 1896, for train No. 8 due to leave Beaver Dam at 5:25 a. m. August 15, I will sell round trip tickets at $2.00 each, and No. 7 will wait at Louisville until 6 p. m to return excursionists. H. Merrick, Ag't. M FOR YBAR 1896. A door key, finder will please leavu it nt this office. Lost. Scoff's i 'i- - WIU.IAU CiiBisTiAN.Blackamlth, ' emulsion of Qxf-Uycr McIIenry, Ky. I have used Liquid Electricity tor cuts, cramps, colic, etc., and find it to be a rapid healer, and reliable rem. Mas, Annib Duncan, edy. bit . .. McIIenry, Ky. Oil with Hypopho-phlt- o, can be taken At easily in summer as In winter. Unlike the plain oil It is palatable, and the hypophoaphltcs that arc fn It aid In r am authorized to appoint sub digestion and at the same time tone ogenteatid ntu prepared to furnish up the system. sauieVtwlth this wonderful remedy, Correspondence solicited, For sickly, delicate children, and D. S. DUNCANi Gen. Agt , for those whose lungs' are affected, McIIenry, Ky. jj 8t it is a mistake to leave it off in the 3 summer months. The dose may be ' Htul. The house and lot In Hartford reduced if necessary. We recommend the small site know as the A B. Balrd property. For terms' apply to A. C. Ellis, Agent especially for summer use, and for lar Dr. A, B. Baltd, Hattlord, Ky. 3 children, where a smaller dose U require J. It should be kept in a cool Remember our campaign offer.TnK Rrptuucan from now until after the place after it is once opened. tut Ml tir U itru(iclui t . tail li.ua election for 25cta, cash, r,rr Mrs. Geo. Reddish, of Hortnn, RESOLUTION Of O. A, B. came to town Wednesday and swore WimRRAs, God has seen fit to call out a writ for her husband. Geo Red ftom onr midst our dear comrade, dish, charing him with beating her . Jo)l)( Wj n,acl.( wj0 was a mcmhQt lt nnm nf lliuf. -. 1(1 ffMI . ' ....1 hxnilH ... miuBniAi.iiiB.1... of good standing in our I'ost. He was granted 11. 'was born 1843 in Ohio county, Ky., Mr. R D Walker cense to practice, law nt the preient being S3 Ttn old at the time ol his term ol court. Bob has been reading I death. In iSGt he enlisted as a ptlv-lafor some tlmennd under the care- - ate In Company F. 17th Ky. Inf., training of his father, Hon E D. nnd sered 3 years and 3 months and iul honorably discharged after his Walker, he will ilse ranldlv In his faithful duty for the good of us' all, profession. RnxoLVhn, That we hear with Field & Holbrook have a complete great sorrow of the death of our com-Hiwho departed this life at his line of the very best buggies to be had 1.. tl....A.I. fmni .. I.Ia1i In etMf home in Hattlord, Ky., on Friday, .w "". I .111 IUC UUUUt lfyou want a bargain in a nuggy, AuruM 7, 1B96, He was serving as spring wagon, cart or road wagon, jailor ot the time or his death, and call and be.supplled at most remarkathat we will endeavor to imitate his character, and we humbly tender our bly low prices. pr found sympathy to hia beieaved Jubilee Meeting. proceedings be Meeting at relatives; requesl There will be a Jubilee Church, Hartford, published In both The Hartford Hertho Methodist Bald meeting ald and the RnrunucAN and a copy noxtSumlav uiglit. ol each be sent to the wife of the be held in tbo interest of the will one Treacher' AM Society of the Loulf. S. K.Cox, ) villoOoofereuo, M. K, Churcu.Boutb. Rrv. Jo A. Brsnktt, VCom. J Irnf. JJeu D. Ulngo ami others aro Jou L, Carso.v. expected to deliver addresses on the Tale, advantage ol ourlow rate and All are cordially invited occasion. get your favorite county paper from nud oari)at'y req united to attend Regular eerv. no until Nov 25, for 25 cents cash Service at 8 p. m. in advance. .1.4. CtuNPLEn.P.O, 1 1 in ices at -- ... ... w de, .v. ed Tax&costs An exchange explains the position $305 ot a newspaper as follows: Suppose Suffered Eighteen Years. 100 Elsler.Wm. 520 that a iartntr nlsw 1,000 bushels of PalM Bcyarttd aad SKc Cam. 228 Finch, W. L. 1225 wheat a year, and also sell this to :,- lira. JuU A, rw, ot CotUltf. Tnn, Griffith.CUnton Sr. 147 5 20 000 persons in all parts of the counnhoie hmtbaad Iim chtrf a of the clectile Same for 1895 825 try, a great portion of them saying," UgAtpltBtat tbt plae, bu been a great. ufferer. Tier ailments and speedy cur Holbrook, Lewis 4 15 1 will hand you n dollar in a short 13 aro beat described by benolf, aa folio wt I Hudson, Wm. T 86; The farmer does not want to 7 20 time." "For J8 years I aufferod from nerTOiuoeaa. and IndlfMtloa. 1 tried every .remedr ijc--Kissinger, J. W. 7 20 be smalt and says, "All right!" Soon m ""---- -ommenuou uy miuuj .u could aet no relief at all. Two yean an, 12 70 the 1,000 bushels are gone, but he Lee, Jas. E. 3 tracts 207 while belnij treated by three local phyt-cUu- i, lira. lUrrut, Maley and Bnerod, they Miles, C. F. 3 15 has nothing to show for it, and he 3 then realizes that be has fooled away too . . 5 2 Triplett, Robert 6 20 his whole crop and its value to him Thixtou, John 154 . . 600 . . Taylor Bro's. 45 5 is due in a thousand little driblets, consequently be Is seriously embarTOWN LOTS No. lots Tax&costs rassed in business because his debtOwner 1 . . . $6 IS ors, each owing him one dollar, treat Long. W.Fj 4 15 it as a small matter and think it 2 Masterson, Pat Contlnne this 1 . . . . 8 20 would not help much. O'Laughlin, James A liberal reduction of costs will be kind of business year in and year out, made on anyoiabove(lfpdd before day as the publisher does, how long will be btaud it? A moment's thought of sale, Aug75'o6 CP.Keovw. would convince any one that a pub Sheriff Ohio Couuty, Ky, lisher has cause for persistent dunning. Every man having n beard should Daowtf. color, and keep It an even and natural Informed me that I had become ilroftltat. and that tberq.was little hope for me. I Mr. W, E. Townsend, County SurIf it is uot fo already, use Buckingthen decided to try veyor of Union countY, III,, last week ham's Dye and appear tidy. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerrlae, presented to County Clerk D. I wae then unable to get to sleep, unw &ll wU on toward daylight, .uti pain to lay an ink stand, which is quite im lime 1 nau a uoap. The S.tate Central Committee of the inltbf. but well as a valuable keep afte"taElBC1 WUI fiwit mUtraliit. the bbttlo ot National Democratic party has called a curiosity as I could .leepall nigh lu.l ae well m Tf mass meetings to be held in every sake. It is 7 )i Inches across the botdid. The Nttviiw U tbo only remedy tfait Bio any rcuui tosc tom and runs up Into a cone shape. gave and etronir. and ."""VJ. &m DAV county in the State wrv&Hr I tKank well vrVr.uuu-iHnHM,lect delegates to the Sound Money The ink stand was made by the Anua 9 wiu ! A. SHOWN. IIU3. JULIA Convention which meets in Louisville. Pottery, of Anna, III. Around 011 the la eold oa a patHlta Dr. sides ot the inkstand are the names We suppose there will be a convention held here as there is a number ol of all the county officials beautifully WrMcSSekf! Mr. Hocker prizes the engraved. Sound Money men In the county. Dr. Miles' Nervine RMn, present very highly. tula liM no bow with Ir. WW PUit rltU. Owner Burns, W.P. Acres 32 .... 14 one-ha- lf " e Kfd'rSiVer.WM . 4 --I 1 ace Hartford Republican -- illy by the relative these two metals. Q production ' ol 1'KIDAY, AIKHMTI4 iSort DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. Orgnnlzbcl nt Ellzabothtown. An important patt ol the good work done nt tlie recent Hardin County Teaclieis Institute was the organiza-tio- n of n District Educational Association. This Association is composed of the counties of the Fourth Congressional District. The first meeting will be held nt Elizabethtowii the third Saturday in November and nnd County Superintendent, teachers to education nud other friends throughout the district are expected to go to active work and make the Association a success. Several noted educators in the State together with the Hon V. J. Davidson, Superlndent of Public Iuttruclion have been invi ted to attend. This is n day of capitalist, politicians, physicians, lawyers, merchants, ministers all. recognize the need of it. There Is strength and influence in organization. The Kentucky forces in educational should be completely in rank then the work of educating the masses Let the ormay be accomplished. ganization be begun in the school district with the teachers nnd trustees as leaders and let it spread over the entire State until the good that must come from united. Intelligent efforts shall be engaged by all. The Fourth Congressional is the second district in the State to organize, the Second District having done so with great success, a year ago. We can do what others have done and more, if we will but try harder than they. Let us try to do It. The committee on program for the first meeting is as follows: J. C. Pirtle, Buffalo, LaRue county; J. R. Coyle, Leitchfield, Grayson county; J. L. Pilekenton, Upton, Hardin county; S. C. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ohio county; R, II. Gains, Rowlctts, Hart county; J, II. BreckinHoskinson, Constantlne, ridge county. Very truly, J. R. Ashlock, Whnt is commercial ratio? Coinmctcl il ratio Is the ratio ol nctual value, the rate nt which gold nnd silver can be exchanged. Why has the price ol sliver fallen Q heavily since 1873? A Chiefly because ol its increased In the Un.ted States production. nlone this incrensed lii.m 37,651.-00- 0 our ccs in 1873 to 66 500,000 ounces in i8o. Q Whnt It. Ircc silver coinage nt 16 A to A 1? I OHIO COUNTY. Your Mlb) etip'. iti is o'w tin nnd CIltCUIT COUltT. AH who h ve not nerd tnnrrv Htm. V. T. Owen, Judge Owens paid 01 prn.e fend In lh miiount dollar. due. ll is tin .1 small amount to hh boro. q Why would this not be the case individual, tu.d these times the ng Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney giej.ate I meant due will help the Otvciuboro. under free coinage? Don't omit to send A. Because the enormous increase pnhl'slier nlong J. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. in the number ol silver dollars it ii t. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner would spceJily make their rc.'.cnip E K. Sutherland Med Co : Hartford. tion in gold impossible. Gknts: I write tlili letter hccuis-G. II Likens, Trustee. Jury Fund Q Is it true that the suspension of I believe ou hive made a "discover Hartford. free silver coinage in 1K77 has rons in a cough, cold, throat and lung remCal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. nnd made mon- edy that the people ought to have. I Deputies Samuel Keowu tracted the currency Hartford reler to Dr Hill's. Piue Tar Honey. I ey scarce? Joe. Roberts, Fonlsville; Tbos. II. have thoroughly tested it and know A. No; this statement fs a brzcn its wondeilul merits. It cures Bishop, Ccutcrtown; S. T. Stevens, falsehood. Iu 1873 the amount ol Any one who ever need n remedy of Cromwell. Court convenes lint Monday in be never this kind should money in circulation pcrcapiti wn without . i bottle ui Dr. Bell's Pine March and August nnd continuesthree la ,894 t'le amount in Tar Honey. JkurV M Portkr $18.04 weeks, and third Monday iu May and circulation per capita was $28 72, November two weeks. Glass and Queensware. Q What are the leading gold standPuduchah, Ky. Inn, r5. 1S95 COUNTY COUKT. For sale by Z. Wavne Gnflin&Bro , John 1. Morton, Judge Hartlnrd. ard countries? druggist, nud Renrow Bros , D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. A. The United States, France. Ger ultimately exchangeable fir : The coinage by the mints, withrestriction, ol nil the out limit silver fie red for that purpose into dollar:; containing 16 li.uesns ninny grains 'if ilver ns there nre grains ofgo'd in gold dollar. Q Would these be "honest ('o'lrc?" A Thev would not Each dollar would cmiMin only 53 cents' worth of sltvei nnd wou'd be stamped with a He on its ficc Q Why do silver dollars now in vk isteurc, which contains only 53 cents' worth of silver, pass en a par ity with gold? A. Because, the United Stites, by pledging itself to keep nil its nt a par, has made e.ich . ilver dollar, like h paptr dollar, it 1 hoard of Dr Hell'n Pine Tnr Hon-u- y Gonoral Diroctory. nt the Stotc ol Messrs. Gann, Ilurnctt & Co's, Grnntshurg, STATK OI'VICIALS. III. .nnd meeting mauy commendations Governor- - William O. Hiadley Iroiu diflerent persons of Its wonderV. J. Worth-iugtnLimit. Governor ful merits, I tliounlit I would try n bottle I have been seriously rflectwl for 25 years with n cough and pains SccretaryofBtRtc Charles Fiuley. in my side nnd btenst that were cans, Attornoy General W. 8. Taylor. ing me n miserable life. I spent him Editor 8amuel H.Stone. dud of dollars with doctors nnd for Treasurer Geo. V. Long. medicines, but evervthiug failed until Commissioner of Agriculture, HorI tried this wonderful letuedy. It Lucns Statistics nnd beats the world nnd saved my life. I ticulture recommend Dr.Bcll'rt Pine Tnr Honey Moore. Superintendent Public ltistructlon-Ge- o. to everybody with wenk lungs. It Is M. Davison. n great success. I H Rosr.u., Register Laud Office Chas. 0. May 20,1891;. Grnntsbttrg III. For sale by 7. WnyiieGrlflin & Uro., Reynold. Insurance. Bureau Comraisslonor-- D, druggist, and Renfrew Bros , NarV, Comingoro. rows, Ky. Ailji.tant General D. It. Collier. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown J I for sale aaaaaaaaaaaaaajyHHH f yaoi' for Infants nwan i T.i-rtio- ss and is uimmm fc Children. fmmmm 1 f your NOTICE: subscription is rot Day. IlAILKOAl) COMMISSIONERS. paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 Juo C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, II. 8. Irwin, Secretary Samuel F, Brown. CONOrtKSPIOKAL. ooaaotaJsig wVloli t a.-lat- tj i,f oVUro tadlalaus. Costort dtroya "Vv'tx eua. Coatoria atllaya gora'tf alinoaa. of Caatoria vlik U itriiiac of VKirmlt na to aportk of It wlthoot unaaslnys It la smgnoattonsLMy ih tioat romnir for Infanta anij Chlldran tko world haa srsr kno hj 1 1 la lusnnloaa. Chili ran lUto It. I srWaa tlmiB fcaailtV 1 1 v!tks . l..l.' lltrn. In It Mettiara hstra. IHIRTT mtlllos of prsons, ,mi ...litilna 11l...,a AUUMlva ivifuun rpAlmlAii .iipa nnnafvi i,i..MMa nt drtigKiata Illnnns Tabtiles! ..... .ti.i77?T : Itipana iiiiiiiiuh i;uiu laciioFVl lllntn. TrtlllllAd fll.ll llttllia i nmnvn ..,u Illpnns Tunnies euro nniuiciice. Hlpans TabnleB euro tlyapepshi. Itlpans Tabutcs aaslst digestion. Illpans Tnlniles euro bad breath. Illpan Tubules cure lilllomnesH'. Illp.tus TalmlCBi one gives roller. Itlpans Tubules euro Indigestion. Illpans Tabules euro torpid liver. Illpann Tabules- - gentle cathartic. Illpans Titliules cure constipation, Illpans Tabules' for sour stomach, Illpans Tabules' pleasant laxative, n rmna Tubqloa cure liver troubles, X'k hi . irotli.'. ...Tfaot . a 2CaTrata,aod Trads-Mark- a obtained and all Fant tiuuntrondiictJ for UiHraiti ttra. - subscriptions amount to a gieat deal. Senators Hon. William C. Liud eay, Hon. J. (J. S. Blackburn. "Representative- Fourth District lion. John W. Lewis. - STATE I.EaiSLATUIIK. cur-ren- Hon. A, D. James, ltppreeentativo Ohio County H;m. C. M. Ilurnctt. Henntor gold Oatatoriat pravata Tomltlttc RujrOnrd. OoatoHa oturoa Via! Vlv3 Coll.--. CoatorU rollaT lfi Trcul!4 l Caatoria. onraa Cotullpa,tliMt and I'fatttlrucy. Oaatorla naatraJUoa llso aa.ot. ,,f ?rLn ,, t.ld c sr pnlsjnatia alf. Castor! a Jo Slot ccntrtln snoryVlu j;optim, or otaarMarooUopipporti'. Caatorta asaltallatos tho iut, rxnlatss tUa atamatV and. Vowals, 6 It tug liaaHhf ntl unliir)tep, Caatorta la pnt up In on- -l tottlx Milr. If la not aoM In onUt. Pon't avllow snross to aH yon nytltlug ulaa u tho ploa or protnlao that It la "just aa goo J" nial "tattl aaaror t.gary pnrposa." i A Jrrwt snJ Va aJtlK, II patrnubls or aot, rsa ol aot duo till natBt f.Wr. f tnr tarn "lt"",Oi'"ia la Mcursd. J tion. not irsa. ouaorrietiaorroaiTEU,a.raT(NTOrfiai tsot la lass Una tkaa lauaa aad a can xcura lliwif livni n.iuiniwB, or enoM. irita daais model. draia furMltT, sams in ol tha U. S. a&4 forslf a aouatrlM rtu,"lt Ptrrt Aiurtia, T1 ' J orp. UsMsonuwocuVi Patint orrtci, WaSNtRareit, D. C. HIOVES Boo that T"n ft Tho faaiJuitlo IsosioTory Cv-V5n&i- r algnatnro of wrappor. Children Cry for Pitcher's. Caatorln. aryfT1arTTir'T,'1'7"T-i- yTT,iiT."riKWI --Ha SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY or QOINQTO THE I Nnr-row- s, many, Great Britain. Italy, and Spain. Russia is just preparing to go on a gold bas. Austro-Hungary Ky. E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday CjUAirrEKLT COUKT. iu la tbe Ave. Theater Building on 4th bet. Qreea k Wales! TliUI- - the fiUcc Hherayoaca Into ) our Jcutil work iioa Ik iter and .or 1cm mouejr than la any lltcrni:iicl'itli wdh. I'.rrrr c;ral rt i ttiUoffiic la ancwrl iraJuattoI DOllMthaa fivr f.tr ic ! (r 'nnnnUir uti.tudafttU,.apoMa and wllllac to glic too any advice pr td.lntnt' lOitUicr JAturaKr .irtl'.ciat Itul, WemaketTtr; bradckufuttfitliiirjr aailaltj. n-ri- . 4MKP :ot . LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, Acouts Harvest Time! LIPUOI' each month. is? Superintendent of Hardin county. Will the papers in the district please announce this and help us. YnmtiOii Tliuu Is at hand and is gladly welcome by all, especially those whose duties in life have caused them to greatly run down their system to meet the Ten rmirements, physical nnd mental forced upon them. With these and others.it is impoitant, whether nt home, at the seashore or in the country, that some thought be given to diet, and as further assistance to Namedicine ture, a good building-u- p like Hood's Sarsaparilla had best be resotted to. II the digestion is poor, liver deranged and Irequent headaches seem to be the rule, Hood's will change all this and enable everyone to return to their home and business in n refreshed state of mind nud bodily health. Your liny Mont l.lp MOiilh, So Mr, Oilman Drown, ol 3) Mill St , South Gardner, Mass,, was told by the doctors. His Son had Lung ttouble, following Typhoid Malaria, nud he spent three hundred nnd sev enty-fivdollars with doctors, who finally gave him up, saying: 'Your boy won't live month. "He tried Dr. King s New Discovery and a lew bottles restored him to health nnd enabled him to go to work a perfectly well man. He s.iys he ows his present good health to use of Dr King's New DUcovcrjvnnd knows it to be the best in the' world lor Lung trouble. Trial bottles Free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Qs 11 e 11 op Toledo, ) j Lucas Cou.ntv, Frank J, Cheney makes oaths that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot fc; cured 'by the use $2 on; by mail, postpaid. farm products? of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Very Liberal Terms to Agents. A The same thing that has cheapFRANK I. CHENEY Agents get to work quick, secure Sworn to before me and subscribed ened manufactured products Imcream oi the Business, nnd Coin in my presence, this 6th day of Deproved facilities of production nnd the cember, A. D. 1S86. transportation and a greatly enlarg- Money. Send lor elegant Prospectus A. W. GLEASON 10 cents by mail, and take orders at ed output. sr.AL v once. Address, 1 Notary Public. PUBLISHERS' SUPPNY CO., Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalWake up you liver but be Hire you ly and acts directly on the blood and take Simmons Liver Regulator to do 67 i:6) Kmilie Building, St. Louis, Mo. mucous surfaces of the system. it with it will do it every time, and Send for testimonials, free 3 4t do it so well that you'll feel wonderCS F. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo, O. fully refreshed and strengthened. It Sold by Druggists. 75c. is Simmons Liver Regulator that does Hall's Family Pills are the best it. There is only one Simmons Liv ... and you'll know by If there is any one in the world that er Regulator,on the package. it Talw the Red Z richy deserves the sympathy of all nothing else, and you'll be sure to right thinking people it is the editor get all the good health promised. of a country newspaper. We are new p ' rnrunu urrour ennn '. ?" con in the field, but we have been In it iibimii niaiiib iuuu nignir denied form and acts at once upon the sexual rgam, developing tone and strength, driving sufficiently long to have become out disease germs, Imparting healthy.vlgoroua thoroughly convinced of this fact. If action to the entire sy&tem of old or you at. an evil exists in his town and he igMANHOOD, is Id buck, nervousness, affect of sell.abua?. He nores it he is roundly censured. czcesflcs and indiscretions. Restores smell weak organs and lost Tltallty In MALE OR is too timid, too learlul of hurting FEMALE. Kcmoves affects of tobacco.opiun anallquor.wards off Insanity and consumption. some one's feelings. If he does call Stops nightly cmlsluns, etii dreams and wast. Ine diseases, cures Indigestion, dtitlness.bead-acn- e attention to such evils, some one and general debility. Kcmoves blotches can wants to lick himil bethinks he and pimples, speedily relieves those afflicted with weak memory, confusion of Ideas, averand usually these would be beliger-nnt- s 1,600 sion to society and sexual exhaustion. Cures when others fill. No unpleassnt affects from are the very men who urge him Its use. By mall securely sealed a box. Sis boxes $5, with a guarantee tocure or refund tha a up to his duty along this line. Verimoney. Convenient to carry in vest pocket. Address all mall orders to ways of the country editor is ly the FRENCH NERVE FOOD CO., Western Agents, Louisville, Ky., D. S. A. not one of sunshine and roses. - Sum: opOhio.Citv Is any great, fully civilized country on a permanent silver basis? A. No; Mexico, Peru, China and Japan, like Russia, is getting ready to adopt the gold standard the universal monetary stand ird of civilization. Q. Have wages generally dcprcchtcd under the gold standard? A. No; in the United States the wages of vrorkingniett were never so high in purchasing power ns they were in 1892. Q What has cheapened the price of Q Begins on the third Monday in BRYAN AMD SEWELL. January, April, July and October. Only nuthentic Biography of the COURT OF CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, Democratic Nominees for President ahead of all others. nnd Tuesday after tho fourth Monday and This will be the Democratic Hand in October. OTHER COUNTY OmCERS. Dook of 1896 and millions will be G. S. Fitihugh, Surveyor Sulphur sold. Springs. This will be tin- - year of years for N. C. Daniel, Asscesor Cromwell. the sale of Campaign Hooks, for there Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartnever has been such excitement and ford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur controversy over a National election. Springs. Book will be handsomely illustraMr. C. R. Campbell, Poorboute ted; 650 pages 011 fine paper, Cloth Keeper, Hartford. Binding $1 50; half Morocco Binding COURTS. JUSTICES FOKD3VILLE. J. A. Bowling IS JUST AS COODFOfl ADULTS. NOTICE OUR PRICCO. ttvtttnw rnMH'r.t.'X, s oarantrHl to tit aad a;alut tnakire tor At years. A VARRANTED. PRICE BO l ass i anu uj'i i uir .unit Minna illlinira "Tiiin riiJi4Mirr n0Tw W" i.thff n.1 til'ia.'V fW. Our ciuvrii -- td l.ridir wi.ik, r Irrth wftlioat .Utaa ar at Una, I! Dh fcirt-tifiIM,cl"?! 'i Jlr" j terrier W u luitr naiural t.iitli. an.l at lirlrr l.iwrr ll.n the l.iwr-- t. 2.V., OLD ftf Wft Mikl :anltitmint and aK ' OUUVKt TAHTKl.KJNi laJl Vkalf. 10 EaAUla can eitrdtct VuUi icth and I'tit I I uet inr nam daj, Teatk ritractrd. and C1IIU. TON iiial-i- . aiail iBaiH(itjr lsiall .Vllcouiulatloa Iro. A. Udj at utluiU w tilt out pain. Vtn alrvady tbta rar Ina1luara toisiht tLra irn your. attfttdauce.rft . In lb rtrea traln. bT j j cf U I BBTroM n urttfUlntlrsTt ueb unlTartauui vwuratnilr lac.KKs m juurTWil AHRII.VilB Ml HILL TDNIC l,tu For sale TASTELESS kiarliioj".i iu jiv it ct. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS. -- trtc In the Avenue IIimiUt UutlUlii, 4th St., bet. Or con and Wnlaut- PREPARATIONS FOR THE- ly Williams & fiell. REDUCED nuiona mtki Ol NDVeiuber I! BATTLE tell iintler rav HwiiriuilPUIWI lI(aQ Wrtnf rhtKirl&nraf aj itauvvirarrlrucsi. or tVtnun trvm fmrtmsi. Uavtrrf uiunmr msiullrot.r nAi,biiiriML lm Ib rmtrCtttn.lliHl,l ftiKl hrult&rriUI4tlk. eumL WcltM Vail ifacirti UtUra Iitklano 11 1UmuuhU PATICNTS TREATED DY MAIL xiftJrtitlMf. T particular iu &M aro iiliemly A lieir DR. SNYDER. SXiZXXWiiSilii: .s--aa-s-- . ftillnw. wlib auray, IHESHERT feSv Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, H TO HC KfiHCTKD, AN'U September 19, December 1.9 BuKOitD. Ben F. Graves March 2G, June 25, September 24, December 24. Hartford. A S, Aull March 5, Juno 4, September 3, December 3. Woodward Rosine. C. L. Will, its n'wiiy.!)'' found iu ihe tMcke' of t!n fifjlil. liatlliii;' vigorously March 13, June 12, September 11, for b' 'Hi nil Priiici'tf, lileh will Itrmtr I'roi riiv to tlit Nnlinn. December 11. THENEWYOHK WiJEKIaVTIUHUNK ia m.t 'only the lemlin,. Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch HeptiblicHii iiPtvapaper in tho country, hut is I'leOCiniiieiilly a Niitiutiul 7, June 7, September 5, DeFamily Newspaper. cember 5. Its campaign netrrf ami will inlerot every American f.ilinn All the news ol the day. Foreign Cirr.niuleiic, Agricultural Dfpart-ineLouisville Dental Co.. Maiket lleportt, Fuliuii l'lntcH with eluhornto ilfecriptinii ami a variety ol items til liniipfhuM intui-- t. mitke up mi iilenl Fumilv l'apor We lurnUhTHE UEi'UHMOAN and EV VOUK WEEKLY TUIBLTNE, both papfis !i or IIHtB SIHTB iWl I. !. ISI tt ffii STOMACH, U k nt, RI.PANS ABULES AND BOWELS RCQULATCTHC LIVER Iini-iiief- 4 SwK iMMsblnc lalarknt t lhmMi(itwU(ioautaUom. iNMtMulU ylr rJUf. Uk. mt; ffMta.U,M adItA. lrainiils.t ItftisMsaal BiU I Tip As Hit kaa tbroafbBttrmdmrtttvLor bjmaUi. tjaiit 1 1 Iavl.l(iCDU AdJreM THE niFAhl CHEMICAL CO,, ia afifiv aivrTngrrm fr IU4ah)tCBtlaitI.PaprU,Ckraal UirTrtlllHlUlM.Bi4CMirtulM PMBUry, ftUatt Ilroalk, Ia.a.IC4lU THE BLOOi. K1IMXI TABULM r Ik V MA- AND PURIFY &llaMiSMki UOrlt rlr mlTlaUaUaMi, LIt mpaiiM enouia mm ion not paid, please PnKnOST send in the money at' once. One subscript tion is not much, but If your Notice! 1 subscript I .TV. .? I. $1.25 Icl Adilrets nil iiisK rr tit ONE YEAR the HAliTFOUI) IJKPnUJCAN. GUARANTEED'; Cheap beard. W Advance for (rc lllu:trnted catalogue. Mention this paper. THE QUICKEST LINE" BtTWZCN flnisyiLLEiiiiPHii Direct Connection Per CI NCI UN ATI AND THE EAST. i. subscriptions amount to great deal. SEVENTY MILLION PEOPLE 1 1 4 W.M.St. Wtite your name Mini ntlilrr. on n postal canl, serd it to Gio. W lies Room 2, Tribune Huildiug, New York Citv. nnd sample copy olVHK NRW YORK WERKLY TKIHUNK will lw mallcil to you. OWENSBORO, KY. POSITIONS at lluii. Euttr an time. HAVE MONEY ON THI3 RACE. Gold Crowns f $ to $j Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set of teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $t up Stiver lining 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located Mr. Will Skillinan has had the sore eyes for years He has tried many doctors and reme ies, and has always failed to get relief until we sold him a tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve, which cured him inside of one week. Dr. Rell's Pine Tar Honey OraUghon'S QO Sid 'SSKSSS&ES Nashville, Tenn., Direct Connsctlona lor all Points In Practical r.cotikrtplni, Ponmanshlp, Shotihsnil. Tptwrltlntr, Trtrtraphy, ett. The most MrorA rtdclicaliuiprorrtiuvi schools cr tlie Vfml In tl.c world, and tlie tulhalnnued ones In the South. Indorsed by bankers, merchants, ministers, and othr-t- . Ii.iir rrka In hookkrrplna; with us are equal tolwelvc weeks by the old titan. TUIr I'ttfcUcntUaulliotof'Drauslion'sNtwbyitcmorBookkcrp. w hlch cannot be tausnt In any other school. i for bookkeepers and fill Klvento any collrze If vent.n.U sliowttcte wtlttrn applications five Dullness Colleges 0 U U Ui U U stenotrsphtrs, received In tliei'i In tlvt n'Ht, than any other in the South, all "faifr."can stiw in lure irctlvtd in the ut Jiveytart. Wt eipend more money In the Interest of our Kinplayn, cut fM'trlinrut tt.rr. nv othrr llus. College InTenn. lakes In ax iimio'i. aauu.uU"'Amoum wuuaguepoi.iicn in imi.i as .t Ejirimreinatwenavetn tne past tut Idled antTwiII In the future fulfi I, 'tr iur .utee cuilr.i Is. IIIClU STUDY. We have prepaml. ifj)cUl!y (or homttlud. Ixiokion Hokeniii, Sir.iilutnl mid Penmanship. Wrlta tar nrlM Hit. I'rof. Okaucuon- -I now have k afMUItMl as bo.Ai.cp-- T and lenograrher for Ihe Southern CroccijfComjtany, oftlilsplicc; tXiYtiiynpeTUwnttU. lo'Teltalllo yourUwkigoUaokltecpIng ttj?tslrJkt iii'l fc hartlii nil prepared for boractuJj. lJnnHrot H&Umi3ei i4 Q&LP Mississippi, Louisiana, ArlunsM, Texas, Oklahoma, JVIealco, , anil California. TexafiaJeL FAST TIME LIMITED TRAIN3, PUUVAN BUmT SLEEPERf tilt Chtiaptaka, JOHN ECHOLS, . '' Pnn Write for lafotmatlon to tha ntartst 'ag.ntat' Ohio Soulhwsitara R.,t. Grn'l liantr. ' S.e. KY. HATCH, , Otn'l 1'a.s, A.I.. I.OUI6VILLC. fAimorlcan Stoam Laund rillNCKTOX, IvY., ,;i,00 FOE rOUfi PHOTOaBAPH. 1" mr.-'.a- lo how luiiyou have kUQ'rvn, or tistxl, or &oM "Dr. JI. A. Sim ion i l.ivur lilwlicliie." bi:i;oM. Stitto Jlscasos you Iiavo known it to euro and gtvo tho nnmet) of ,liou ruriil hy It Tiituii. lllvo your opinion as to tho UttTcrenco Iwtwccn Ifs itrciiL'th rtml tfllon, ami tha sticiiHth ami action of tho "Liver lti'KiilaUjr" lnatto by J. II. '.clllu Oil ., nitil tho "lllui'k DrttiiRlit," m:iilo by Chattanooga Motllclno Co I bollt of whlflt h.tVDMiM loilc:tlcM tit (1 or 7 cents per package, net, mill shotiM lclall tit not oor 11 tr Vi could. If I'misuuici'S nro not imposed upon, whllo our Original artlrle ';tniut Ixi hoM at luit llutu L'o centd per package, aa wo liavo loo ;iu!clirc-parfor lutuiiii llfo to uso chnap tlrug3 In any of our medicines. ThoiroasonU plain; Zt'llln & Co. nnd tho old proptlctorsot "fllack Draiight" were !)6lh unjoined S.'inn (lui'viviiig tho publlu by using thowoitls constituting our trade immq; llioro-forlook out that souio dealer (not knowing you aro posted) don't aoll you upmo cheap paekago ut n innllt of UOOor-10pcrccut., Instcatl of ourCiCiiuino "Dr. M. A. Simmons UwrMttlluliio," whrch you bo suro to pecify,.aud tako lo other, aj tltoi-' 3 nnlMiig fclso llko It. . 4 On ruoclpt of your loiter enclosing photograph; wo will rnall you frco of . a J1.00 pankngu Liver Miilklno, or ou receipt of letter without photograph? ." rt .iii . ill mall you rt til cont package, free Svu llionllmi'titf, cttiurd by Indispositions of th'o Kidneys, Llrer, Stomach, nnd ' i.vuN, wlilc'liDr, M. A.hlmnums Liver Mediclno has Invariably cured iinco 1U40. .ii'K ru.xiuuiiE. rALi'irvriox ov tub iiKur. uuow.inkss. irjiitabiu--I.pmi.vr.ucpr.u I'ekt.- - Kslahokment o I.ivku & SrtErx, Sr.EEr- I.OtV Pl'lllIW. (jESLItAL LASSITUpB,r-DtILtNEI JSM'tS. HBXVINES3. i.lltlJ KA.lrtJ -S- OI'ltSrOHACII -l- lADTATK lU UroUTH. CONSTifAtEU How- : :. -mhS;;ic3 Yr.t.Lotv Uiuousness. Loss 69 Stminotu &.FtE3ii.-- r ' tvri! V 'I'OSO'T- i- l'AIXi IX KlDU it UNDEIt SlIOULDEK llLAOES. FOUL DltEiTH. r d f , x, 3S. Writ.- - os a lotter coTerlrt( tlioso tltreo joints: sens wen ana cures, ues'y, M. Mkyur & Co , January 15, 1895. Burns, Ky. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve has done a great deal more for me than can be told by pen. W.H.Skillman. Buras, Ky. Porsale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggist, and Rentrow Bros., Narrows, Ky. k Laundry Shipped on Mon- diir, mlnrnod on Friday. C Does th linen work .ol any Inuiidrv iu Keulycky. The work in all guaranteed. Goods re not torn up, but aro relumed In '.'Odd (onditlnii. it i l i HH IjARENGIS Casebibr Agt. 'IIaiitfoiii). Ky. I J. R. PSRTLE Wll. FREE COINAGE CASTLES IN KBDUALOIA ourc.l l.y pr Mill' I'au "Onacuui a.dose.'' At all l.li.W.l THE AIR. fA.P.T.L. ' ' The American Protective Tariff Leagu is a national organization advocating " Protection to American Labor and Industry" at explained by its constitu-- ,' tion, as follows ; t.l.tlllllltlNd 1 1; IOUKTUkKVES. WUIOMT TE Whatisme.uit by "ifito 1? ' Answtr TI1.1t congress shall declare 16 ounces ol silver to Le unia! in Question iitey value to one ounce ol gold, Q .W C ounces of silver worih as much ps one ounce ol gold? Ni j it takes nbnit 3a otttii'w ol A silver to equal iu value one ounce 111 "SlTlfll III IIIII-.- " The objtctof this LsirustltaJt bs so proUdt Amtrctn Ub'' t t tariff on import, whib fhsJI lllurt Amtricsit indultrtat prkJosU 'iil Iks bvii.ptitlon tff forn labor." I'.r rr ; V. FLESH lt4!tl sJtjgavaiJH. rr i aat - f WfajJajPfr KKUF flMM sMstfTflMsMBssWisJw 9 There aro no personal or private profits in connection with the organization and it it sustained by memberships, contributions and the distribution of its publications. FIRST. Cormpondsnso Is aolioiWd rofardiVa; " UimbsriKIp" ind "OfTiCial Corrsipondsnts." SCCON D: Ws nsttl and wslooms Mntnbutions, hsthr small Of largs, to our causa, THIRO: Ws publish a krfs Una t dommsnta Of arlrr all phsss of tha Tariff qusstlon. Cam iilsts nt will bs msilsd to an addrats for 00 asnts. FOURTH I Ssnd postal oard rsquast Hrtr simpU sopy of tho 'Amsrtaan Copn4mlst.M Ad.tr.u Wilbur F. Waksman. Oansral Ssoratsn. 133 Watt 23J ltrs Now Vlris. l'r - s :. I v Mpirr:: Ncurocs HEADACiiEa. Mejioky Clouded & W'ku 1'll.LS, JIT C'UHIKO COSSTll'ATION PllODUpiHCI JT,KlDNE,V piSKAsE?. IC. .! I'm .ii.Ji Hlood ik Heap, Hands, Anus & Feet. Iln.cii-- i uudness . . - Br.OATiNfi ov Stomach Food is Takeh. IitntouLAn Ari'i.. DlMNESi-ODlEZINESS IITOH SUDDEHLT OeTTINO VISION. i ti IK STOUACII AFTER I'r.AllUV.r-ACU- & CllltONIO MALARIA. liW COM Ikdistisct. '1'OItriD ISO tftiA.. .fit. or avteu or i lotuu-t- IWAIOX urFaKi-warUow- dr AvtibKatiko, IlAltH,--niI.I0U- SEATioK?r-DisroMDKNO- T FwiAtn CorwaiNT3. 1.Mi(r::i.-Fi.iTUCEg'i-T-L- Cm. X iCrtii congieii nlttrllih ItisLillye value by ll it? olgold . m wP ' aSd S- -' -- nlanvi? i r, - lmt Jkf-!- hi rMPf m ' It) T ' rti Vra!? rBstiyBsTsKl r T7 AtfftjaawWr;! A 5iniuit,thp ulati JA - gi'ldfiiul silver e worth rf Is dttriinint-.- l j ruiin r DvsrErsiA. Neuvous Depbessiom or Tiiicii t'M'I.r.A4AT DllEAMS. Sl'ITTIKO l'l' 9" Food ArrEH Eatino, D:au' i!tia:. ovCnH.pKWf, nv Keiiovinu tub Caihe. (isawino Sensations im Stom A 'II IVm.SKll & DA1IK HlNtia V.VDEB THE KvritTjIAT ItESrLEU lOUT Its' Not' iilCK AND NOT WELL FEELINO, 80 C'OMSIOM WITH l'Eori.!:, Jr Uun.us vy Weak & Debilitated Mothbrs ahd Fatheim & Talk a:."u KsrT.cni.2u hy I'citrecTr.T JIkoitatiko tub. Aimoit; ok tiik Kiunki 9 Livr.u, Stomach & Dowels, bo that ALLroorTAKEis natohallt AsslMiraTcn. 0. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE OO.'rops., ST, LOUIS, MO. t . t i:V & iL.tsTVnp .IJ-- Dap Colds. Dackaciies BO CbllJIOS To ov AiU'ETiTE, I'ains dr Aches JN :Joi."T3.- 'fun Hack. Limbs Feel too Heavt. Cuami- - Colic TlIINKESJ. FEVEIU. l'ALE!ESS. WEAKKaW". CDDKN lYt'SIIES OfllEAT GENERAL DEBILITV, FltET' VEUTiao. XtujQr Jaundice. ovl'BEaNAinr Woues. Naimi1 v HARTFORD, KENTUCKY.. In nrprmrrtl tt tn inv nntl 4.11 Vluala of Dental Operations. Prices most rensnnawe i nice over wuuaptst IWI's Drug Store. VitaliitM uir or luiiglilng lr ad mliiUtertd tor mluli'M xtrtctUn1H'oili' .i de;ntist Why MilTcr , - -- Duficiencv ui vi.wUot- Tnirnuso CtiiLPi:tf. . QrFoOp, -S- Cmr-DiiR- willl Coughs, Colds and when I.axativv Dkoaio Qi'iNiNB will cure vou" 'In" one day. Horn not prixlnre the ringing in tut hriid like Rulplinte ol Quinlne.i ,Pat :up nt t.)b!i't convenient for tuklpj;., (iuiirai)it'td to ciire, or money rcliind etl, I'rire, js Cents, ' l'or Mltby Williimw & Bell, Hartlordj U V Williams, Heaver Daru; A S Anil, Sulphur Springs! MnWn & Chapman, Centettown; R, K. lie Co , Rockpoit. I.a(iripp I ' x. I A -- i, st. JU I''