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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896082101 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. Saajeteg.agtj. f HE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE -- m i Wilte to T. 8, fjulicu Urswer JM, Chlcaro, Becie the 8ia AccIdsm Isty Hp ConrANT, for lufotmatloa ttfitdlac Accident Insur. nnce. Mention this paper. floJPem By eo doing you can nil auabenklp fct. U paid over $600,00000 tot V Isatal lajarlte. JBlsl MHlP' F A i H hahmm HI 'H aflnw. tyvji 1Y U DDTTDT ill 1IM II 1111. II HI i; iFiiiy JLl ; fm . ASK tin tecov.rti AfTrren,, vlellin. ol tevcr and nipi9, the mercurial dluoitd patient, how the ft. cavcretl he alltt, cfittr-fu- l iplrll una nun,! apptlt.)they will telltou bv taMnir HIMmons Liver IJtTOR. Ueou- - ornciAL groan or THE partmn tee fourth cokosessiokal district, Bo your own Agent. te aCXDICAI, H.XAUINATION RBQUIRKR VOL. IX. TIAIlTKOltD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, L896. THE SILVER Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 4. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Th. Ch.ap.at, Ptirctt and lleat Tamil Medlcin. In th. World I For DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION. Ian . dice, niUouiattacH.SICKllHAUACIlIt, Colic, Deprtulon of Spirit., BOUK STOJiAOll, Heartburn, .to. Thla nnrlvalt.d remedy I. warramea aot t contain a amgi. partici. ol MiKC.Rr, or any mineral lubiunce, but la containing thot. Southern Koott and llerba which an alKwUe I'roeid.nco ha. placed In couptrlea where Urer Dlieaiea molt prevart. It will cure all Dlieaiea caui.d y Deranie m.nt of the Liver and How. I.. The BYMPTOMS of Liver Ovmplalnt are a bitter or bad tasto In the monthf Vain In tbe Hack, Side, or Joints, often mlntitaen (or Hhe. matlam) 5our Stomach: IjoM ef Appetite) Dowela alternately cotilv. aAd l Headaeht Loss of Memory, with a pnjnful scneatlon of having failed to do eomethlne which ought to Low Spirits, a thick have bun don.) Debllltyl yellow appearance of the Skin aivl lty.a, a dry : r Cough often mistaken for Consumption. Sometimes many ot these symptoms attend the dlsesse, at ethers very fen but the I.IVIR li frensrelly the seat ot the disease, and If not neguiaiea in lime, RTi;ai: suffering;, wretched- nessand DQATII nlU ensue. The followlna hlahlv esteemed ncrsoasatteat to (he virtues of blmmons Uv.r Regulators Oen. ,V. 8. Holt, Pres. Oa. S V. R. K Co H.v. I. K. Pelder, Perry, Oa.) Col. K. K. flparka, Albany, Oa. C Uasierson, I'.sq . Bh.rtff Bibb Co., Oaillon. Aleianderll. 8tepnsna "we have tested Its virtues, personally, and know taiat for Dyspepsia, lllllousn.sa and Throbbing Headache It la theb.it medicine die world ever saw. We tried forty other remedies before Simmons UverKegultjtor, but none save us more than temnprary relief! but the Re not niily relieved, but cured us." Ep. TELEORal-l- l AND Mesilkoeh, ilacon, Oa. MAMUFACTUKCD PURELY VnGBTAULK, for pearly lESLJU I3C.'7-E5 J&-- CEJIrWt3J!EgkSg: PL- . ' CRAZE DELKERS 0 IKPBWTMlff.'t Is Falling off Says N. V: Tribune. Tho K the . Baking PnVvl Powder S. WS&SSSfo ft " 3L.22J-flL.X. PU IK Wlw 7 HESOLjID T3E33IS '."jrinajTBT j,!m015.. o w ' ; 8 5 fttn o XOO Per Cent, tlio 0 3E3Co,n.cl03aa.ost. - irit; 7 E FOR CjJ TJ1LOG VK- - I Sold by authorized dealers or direct from Conference concerning me, ns I was sick and could not attend that Domoorats AUomp'tlng to meeting. It appears In a letter from Rev. Wilson, P. C. that owing to the Swlow( f.)0 Popufact that I have not beeu attending lists. the quarterly meetings, etc , etc .tlint . ' The most cheetipg news of the day the Conference don't wish to bear with me any longer (which theydon't is that the silvcT crpze Is rapidly have to unless it suits them ) I feel yielding: to argutnefit and informs- that that Conference has done me an .lion ojieariy, where 'ft has been the injustice by its action concerning me. strongest. There Is no wisdom in I feel like they have 'almost turned undetestlnialing its force, and in Sev I write this their back upon me ern Mates it is atroug enougn to card for the benefit of those who frannnt apprehension, if there were know nothing of the circumstances riot rcseons tn believe that an active Now, I hope that no In the case. Caiiipnlgti would materially reduce it. one will become offended over the Hut It Is almost the universal testi contents of this card, as that Is not mony ol clobc ob.erVers that it has my Intentions in the least, asking Oecn wtMly exaggerated by tne poliGod's blessings Upon nil his people, tician!), who, having staked their 1 close. U L. DaVis. on the .success of the fight agulust honest money, are now des- A PROMINENT TEACHER. . per.ittly anxious to prevent any reaction The lonnation ol strong Re- publican clubs in such a State as the growing disposition of the people in the Pacific States and in the lu-tl- ire Col-oradg People are Being 'Eclucntedi' AB&OUUTEE.Y PURE ( SAM SMALL. Road What tho Groat Dlvlno has to say About tho Cham plon of Protec- tion. THE MODEL MAN OFTO-DA- J. It. ZUILIN dt CO., Philadelphia, Pa. OHLV BV PHuFESSIONAL CARD. Jna.H. tllenn, J.N.B. tVcetelliit- - mountain States not to I IKGBMEB CO., I I MANUFACTURES, Hraderson,Ky Don't Mop lubnrro HOW TO CUHK YoUltSUU' ttllll.R UMNO IT. Tue tobacco babit grows on a man until lib nervous system is serioutly attected, inipariiiK health, comfort and To ijuit suddenly is too happiness. sever a shock to the system, 88 tobno vi to an inveterate user becomes n stiiuuliiit that hi)itin continual y it a scientific craves. "Baeo-Cur-o" euro lor the tococco habit, in all ifs lormi, carefully compounded afterthe formula or an cuiraent Berlin physicians who has u.eil it in his private since 1872, without a lailuro. t is purely vegetable ami guaranteed perfectly harmless. You can uso all the tobacco you want wbilo taklug "Baeo-Curo- ." It . will uotifyyou vhan to stop. We give a written guarantee to cure pcrmaueutly any case with three boxes, or refund the iiKUiey with 10 tier cent, interest. 'BawiOuro" iiuota substitute, but asciuntific cure, that cures with nut tho aid of will power and with no iucoavuuienco. It leaves the system as pure oud frco from n cotiuo as the smote took your dv you By Baco-Cur- o first how or gained aud Cured (Thirty poun d. From hundreds of testimonials, tho originals of which are on file aud vpcu toiuipcction, tho foil owing is presents d. auilWart disease, lor fifteen ysars I trW;tquit, but couldn't. I variAs remedies, among others AntidoteAI(obV'ChlorideoJQold.,, to., etc.,1iut noue of them did mo the least bit of good. Finally, however, I purchased a box of your "Baco Curo" and it has entirely cured mo of the habit in all its fd?m,' and I have increased thirty pouutiYin weight am) am relieved from all thb numerous aches aud pnns of body and mind. I could write a quire of paper upon my changed feelings and conditions. Yours rcspoctfully, P. II. Mamiuky, Tastor C. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. 8o'd by all druggist at 81.00 per box; three boxes, (thirty days' treat writton meat), $2 50 with iron-cla- d luarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of price. Write for booklet and proofs, Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co.,LCrosio, Wis., and Boston, 37-- G mo. Mais. C'laTton,NevadaCo.,Ark.,Jan.28,,05. Kureka Chemical & Mlg., Co., La Crrioa, Wis. Geutlemeu: For forty vsals I ined tobacco in all its forms. years of that time I For twenty-Rywas a grt4tr4ttrer from general e' "NoTo.Iie.V 'The IndlanTobacco tk lifts at Chairman Joue's utterance, a id at the tricky device at which It seems to be intended to prevent any notification to Brjau of his nomination by the Populists, and therefote nny acceptance or refusal of it by hlra To the PopulUts it appears certain that it was never intended to allow Mr Bryan to commit hlmselt as a Populist In the letst degree, but run him as a Democrtt only, and to force into the Democratic tanks nil who want to support him, or desires a If you thfnk jou know, then guess what will he the piprl ir v te of the share in the distribution of spoils if he should be elected. We dou t kuotv, but are successful candidate next November. All the ingenious fusion arrangetoing to give our fliends who )ue.ss tin neaittil to ments which the leaders oL both parthe popular vole ol the w lining can.Hd.tte ties arc contriving at the West are liable to be rendered barren by this row between the DLinocratic National Committee and the Populists ol the South Mr. Watson, of Georgia, was quick to see and to seize his advantage. His switt answer to Chairman ones would have been less switt and -less uncompromising 11 he hod not known lull welt the meaning of the juggling tesolution passed by Sena tor Allen, but by nobody else, in the l&-f- $t rruzy closing momcuts of the Populist Convention, glvlug the Execu live Committee plenary power to do as it pleased to pitch Watson 08" the ticket if necessary, or to legalize This and the nny kind ol lusion. 'distribution will be made ns iolfows: November relusAl to appoint a committee to noOn the third ol The tify Drynn of his nomination disclose We h.ivu decided to let our friends next occurs the Presidential Election. the intention which, as Watson says, guess at the popular vote, of the MiccJ.-slcandidate for President, and is to reproduce tin fusion of Jonah, All the adroitness award the prizes accordingly. Any one (.ending us 25 ''Kls Me" Gum with the whale. ol Senator Gorman will be taxed to wrappers will be entitled to one giies. Write your guess, alone with your biing about even a nominal truce between the contending elements, each name aud address, plainly on a piece ol piper, and mail It with the wrapwaiting to swallow and exterminate on are eu titled to one guess, pers, livery time jou send 35 wrapper!) the other. If he succeeds with the GOLD - SILVER sacrifice Protection f.r the benefit of mine owners, are nil hopeful signs declaration Secretary Morton's uy ainsst Diyan and his plntlorm Indl- cntes that the number of Democrats who will vote ngiilnst Bryan in his own State will be considerable. The almost solid refusal of the German voters to support the paity ol ndds to Bryan's difficulties at hoine.aud in all otherWestern States. Rut he has now to conlront, also, the passionate roenttnent of the Popu repu-dla'ion WHICH WILL IT BE? 5,000.001N CASH. SAVE WRAPPERS. UA. Full particulars in each package. ul you may secure one cf convention and leaders, bow will he succeed with the Populist voters in the big $500 prizes Somebody will be sure to get them. Why not you? In the South and West? It is one thing to coiitrlve a fusion all cases where there arc ties, the prizes will be divided equ illy. Our ol ticket lor electors, but another and books will be closed on the night ol November 2d, imd no guessing will be very different thing 'to get all the Populists and all the Democrats to received alter that date. As a guide for guessing, we give bolow the popvote for the same ticket. The Sugar ular vote cast for the Deuiociat and Republican candidates 'for President in Truit Senators, who put through the tarlfT ol "perfidy and dishonor," the election of 1891: showed wondetlul capacity for overs coming obstacle, but they had to deal with lorty individuals. This Is a differ nt mntter. Haifa million voters cannot be handled exactly as one handles piwns on a chessboard, parvomasUMdt Df UUat' t'aln fill. ticularly it they are a half million cranks every man preternatualy AUKHTH CINIX MUNRY NEI.I.IN11 ' UV R Of suspicious ol gold bug and political cranks, aud filled with faith In his Mckinley The Louisville Trust Company will Sitperlulcii I the examination of own attainments as a statesman and By Murat llalstead, for 40 j ears the our books, and from such examination will ncertu(n who lire entitled to economist The nomination of Bryan tnoat famous Journalist lu America, The Secret iriei ol the difierent wns troublesome to begin with The assisted by Hon John Sherman, Gen. the prizes, and its decisions will he final. nomination ol Sewall teemed to have C. H.Oro'syenor and Hon. Chnuncey States will furnish the oQVInl v ite to the Trust Cumpiuy. mid as soon us hern expressly designed to kill Bryan. U. Depew. will he sent to the persons entitled to sime Then came the crazy Populist ConAlso contains complete Biography 4 decision Is teachtd the prizes vention and platform, and the nomK A, Hobart, nominee in accordance decision ol the Trust Company, ol lion, Garrett until the contest em's. Try your hfcTafgU'Ssitij,'; Will practice his profession in the Mand Aluller. Courts of Ohio and adjoiuing conn-tie- s. The following humorous parody on Two Llvea Nnll. Special attention given to col" Mrs. Phoeby Thomas, of Junctiou Maud Muller will be found right up lections. Office in Courthouse. City, Iill., was told by her doctors to date in originality. It is from the she had Consumption and that there press at large, aud those lamillar JNO. B. WILSON, was no hope for her, but two bottles with "Maud" will read the parody Dr. King's New Discovery complete- with interest: HARTFORD, KY. ly cured her and she says It saved her "Jake Muller, on a summer's day, attention given to col' life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida raked the meadow sweet with hay. SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac, St. San Francisco, suffered from a The mule with which he raked that also Notary Public for Ohio County. dreadful cold, approaching Consump- bay was a muckle dun with spots of Office North side of public square. tion, tried without result everything gray. Jake's shirt was hickory, his K. E. LEE SIMMER MAN, ' else then bought one bottle of Dr. pants were brown, with a patch on New Discovery and lu two the part were Jake sat down. King's Jake weeks was cured. He is naturally cussed iu a way that was funny tosce Haktfokd. Kt. thankful. It U such retults, of which when the mule went 'haw when he these are samples, that prove the said 'gee'. A bumble bees' home in Will praotice his profession in all the wonderful efficacy ot this medicine in the stubble lay, where Jake and the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly, atCoughs and Colds. Free trial bottles mule raked the clover hay. A rake tended to. Office with T, J. Smith at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. tooth ran thro' the bumble home, and & Co., Market Street. the bees came out and began to roam Regular size 50c. and $t.oo. In search of the man on the summer's I'roErnaime day who raked the meadow of clover For Teachers' Reading Circle In hny. They swarmed (Inside Jake's Fordsvllle Magisterial district which hickory shirt, and quickened the SPECIALTY: will convene at Gum Spring, near mule to a mighty spurt It was tough Eye, Ear, Neso and Throatj Fordsvllle, Saturday, August 39. '56: on the mule, it was worse on Jake, F.VANSVILLU, IND. Devotional Exercises A. G Teel. and worser yet fur that sulky rake; Office 4i6TJpp. First St. Physical Bases B. L. Kelley, W. for the mule turned loose In a promisC Gray. cuous way and scattered that rake all C. M. Crowe, Mind Consciousness J.H. VifJKEHH, over the hay." A. G. Teel, Wallace Rosson, V. M. Moseley. .,, J111K11UK11, Intellect, Representative faculty Will practise hit profession in Ohio J. C. Hohlmer, Mary Storms D. H. sua adjoiniag csuntiee. Special atGodsey. , tention given to all business entrusted Representative Faculty Ira Petty, Office in Repumjcan lo his cure. building, J. P. Park, Sue Moseley, Dona Free silver men who are claiming 'everything, claimed that 8am Small was for Bryan, but the following from his awn lips .refutes the slander; "We have had no day in the wotld's history when there was a gteatcr The Government has need for men never had more manifold and mighty problem to solve and society never needed such chrlstianlzation as ltdoes There never was a time when the domestic life needed a mote thorough scorching. II we elevate unsafe men at the head of the Government, we have been remiss of our duty. I want to see religious men and men of courage rule things, for the men who rule the saloons are like rats when you turn a calcium on We need to show the power them. of individual manhood. The man who is to govern our public affairs should be a man ol personal character, n model for the nation We go, therefore, to an hutablehorac in Canton, O., iliuah mora humble than many ot your homes, where the bible is read aud where the morning prayer J. h. ELMORK. is said and we find that colossel charThe subject ol this short sketch is acter, William McECinley, the model one of Ohio county's foremost teachman of to day." ers. He entered Hartford College in IS38, taught the fall school in his Clienp Proitiinllou. home district the following year and Farmers who think, as the has been teaching andgoinp to school tell them, that they are beevery since. He is a thorough-going- , ing ruined by "dear" gold should progressive teacher, and has advanc take a look once in a while at things ed ideas on alt subjects which come that are going on beyond the fence before him. He was married to Miss that bound their acres. The farmeis Josie Park, daughter ot Ivsqr. las. A. in Argentina are selling wheat free Park, in August, 1893, the summer on board the ships for the European after he graduated at Hartford Col- market at 37 cents a bushel with a lege. He was one of the contestants large profit to thcmslves. American in the Oratorical Contest of that year. farmers have to meet this competiMi Elmore Is untiring in his ef tion in open market. Does this suffitorts to old the cause of education, ciently account for the lower prices and is ever watchful ol the student's of wheat? Hov much better He is off would the farmer be if be had to best interest in the school. fast taking loremost rank in his pro- take his pay for his wheat and cotton nt fession, not only in Ohio county, but and tobacco In dollars? in Western Kentucky. y. silver-mongers 50-ce- LAWYERS, orrr Aids risa's Bstair,) Will practice their profession in n). thecoiirta of Ohio and adJoInltiR counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. (OHce, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. James .A..Stoalt2a., JTTOBIY JT IIAKTFORD. KY. p Wilt practice his profession in Ohio and lllinlmnir pnilnllA. anil ytmt.t tf. Appeals. Special attention giver) t- collections. Office east side of purJi" square. SihiIby Taylor'.' M. L. Hbavmx. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, 1 i Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. ? Attorney at Law.. Bkaver Dam, Ky. Prry WAsturHelti, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. 11. 11. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. Attorney at Law, 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. 3E5. 3Ef - 1STJE1J&.TL., Attorney at JC&w; HARTFORD, KY. , (tbnnfy Attorney) i.f Attorney at Law Attorney at Iawu f ,i 1 a , r.. fi. cimaer Attorney at Law, Cancer Wes-terfie- ld. Cleveland, Democrat, Harrison,T5cpul)licAn, 5,556,918. 5,ITG,108. 01 tui and hobart, 'lth ..for jjy No campaign Book equal to It lias ever been published. The illustrations are rich and beautiful, Including Ur. and Mra. McKlnlcy, and nil the great national leaders; also persons and places, of general Interest; 600 pages, printed on Gne paper; Cloth Binding $ t 50. Hall Morocco Binding s 00; ly mall, postpaid Very Liberal Terms to Agents Agents act quickly tor now Is your hsrvest time. Don't delay; order fine Prospectus by mull, only 10 cents, which merely covers cost ot postage aud mailing.'1 Address, t. KIS-- ME GUM GO. i3L-sr. HaOTTJSsTrilLill.aiS, WOOL. WOOL. bt Kurnll Court, nation ofWason, making necessary for Rryanand biabackers to choose between Sewall and the stralghtout Popultfts, who rpurn any candidate who dares not acknowledge himself Evedently Mj.Bryan their nominee has occasion to come Hast about this time, A Recitations Anna Petty, Jessie Mr. A. H. Crausby, of 158 Kerr St., Eeynolds. Memphis, Teun., gays that his wife L. W. Godsey, paid no attention to a small lump which Com, W. M. Johnson, appeared in her breast, but It soon developed into a cancer of the worst type, J. W. DAY, and notwithstanding the treatment of the best physicians, it continued to CKOMW:i.t spread and grow rapidly, eating two It continues hot and dry Our holes in her breast. The doctors work, farmers are well up with their soon pronounced her Incurable. A and willing to remain indoors. celebrated New York Is much sickness In the comThere specialist then treat-w- l her, but she conmunity. tinued to grow wo I. E, Wilson and Master Ivan Mr, and when informed Taylor are vlsitiug In Daviess and that both her aunt and grandmother bad McLean this week. died from cancer be Mrs Cindarilla Cox who has been gave the case up as11 hopeless. very sick la Improving, Someone then reMr. Hannibal Taylor who Is vlsl. commended S.S.S. ting relatives will return to his home and though little hope remained, she begun It, and an Improvement was noat Black Rock, Ark., shortly, ticed. The cancer commenced to heal and Hon, C. SladeTaylorand daughter, when she had taken several bottles it Sunday disappeared entirely, aud altbpugh sevMiss Beatrice attended the elapsed, not a sign of School Convention which convened eral years have at Beda on the 7 and 8 Inst. School opens at District No. 25, 17 Inst., with Prof. Alfonzo Rogers teacher. We predict a good school. the Breast. Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio Special ah and adjoining counties. Office tentiou given to collections. with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, Wanted-- An Idea brtif vou wealia. OlVPiuol Protect your Mhii they may Writ. JOHN WaDDEIlliURX aiue. mtl Waittiuitoa. O. C,ur tkelr ai.aju prUa oiler audllit o( two bundled LuveuUons wanted. the disease baa ever returned. S'nrd. " supply co , home to blp to. Wa Buka liberal TnU U tho markt and ourt ll tba oa conilium.nu, Boldes wa hava Utter lacl.lUea 111 to other houMa la hTlo uunr Ursa factorial to aopplr. Want TOU tho too prica and pay ipotcuh) not U trad. Mo Uavullug acaaU. Ship all jfour wool and farm pro4uca dlraot to HERNDON-CflRTE- R Lt & 69 HmlliC nulldlng, St. Louis, Mo, 110 Third Straat, or SIS to S10 CO. LOUISVXLUt, XT. SuLi'iiim Springs, Aug, 12, To the official members of the M. Maid Marian, Heaver Dam Circuit, U. Church, River District KenttickyConler-encQreeti I If you need anything in the buggy Sits; In the Quattetly on Field held at Reaver Dam, August line, vou will bo well to call get them '' 8, 1896. I feel It my duty to say a few & Holbrook where oucan words In regatd to the action of that at ptlres to suit the limes. ! e, Con-feren- A Real Blood Remedy. S.S.S. (ruarantttd purely vtgtlable) is a real bloou rcmeuy, ana never falls . -. IU..U.W rMfc., Tfovroia., Rlieiimatlem Scrofula, or any other uioou uiscusc. Our boot a will be mailed free to auy ad- - I.Ar Henderson LoiiUTlllr.Ileiia.r.ou Jk at Lsala Ball-wa- y Co' lu KeTeel Just. I.' No. it. No. di. dallv dallv West bound L. Louisville . 7 55 a m 630 pm . 9 7 55 I. Drandenburg L Irvington . . 820 9A9 1018 LSlephenport 858 10 47 918 I. Cloveipott I. Hawesville , II 13 9 44 L Ouensboro , u 15 pmioS , . , t 15 nntv dress. Swift Co,, Specific AtUuta Ga. sss Cast bound I. Henntrscn L Owensboro No 42. . . dally 55 " No, 44. 2 55 dally 720am . , L Hawesville . I. Cloveroott' LStepbenpot, Ar I.nuUvllle 950 to 11 I, Irviuiitoii ufcAjjio si 1. uranutmnurKs. 11 10 . . 95 8S pm 3 55 " 4 r U : 5 17 ,010 , m 8 ix 535 ' u 4S l r v i: 'I TilWsu address n committee was appointed, miners in the North Staffordshire . . who selected the following delegates district: "Employment varies one or Convention at At to attend the State KAN IMM'IINOX ...lilltnr. Louisville which meets on theailli, two pits lull time Is being noticed, nt I'coplo Hud Jitit tho help (hey so much The following delegates wcrecliiwiy i)tlicrsfoiirtl,!)!, LiiUlu the majority need, In Hood's Sarsaparlllit. It furSubscription, $I.2R- par yonr .. and nttcntion Is invited tn the high three is the average. VThe uverage is nishes tho desired strength by (uniPniDAV, AvnVitit, iSgff. Re- character ol the gentlemen who com- described ns low." fying, vitalizing nnd the These Biitish miners, working only blood, mid thus builds up the R. L Newson, pose the delegates: Itatos und Tortus. nerved, names, K. N Hay, hall time, would be (jlnd ol the chance tones the stomach nod leguhiles tho K. W. Subscriptions fit. 25 per annum in n, Heard, Charles to put in n week's work in snppt ing whole F advance. Hun. t)tcm. Keadtht: Local notices loc prr line fust in -Drury, L. A. Foote, James Crawford, Ameiicnu markets They don't rate " I want to pratae Ilood't Baruparllla. eertion ami .sccarh subsequent inserW II Moorman, nnd L lor our miners any tuorcthan you do My health run down, and I bad tho grip. W. J, Dean. tion. Large contracts special rates. C. Heard. Thcolttrnntes were as fol Mr. Bryan. ,You want to give them After that, my heart and nervous syitetn Calls on candidates nud political A lows: Geo. 15. Diury, M. C. Walker, the work, and you want to take it were badly affected, to that I could not do matter 1 oc per line. my own work. Our physician gave tne C. U Sklllman, John Vest, Jr., P. W. nway from American miners. some help, but did not cure. I decided Foote, C. V. Robertson, C. W. Dean, to try Hood'a BarsaparllU. Boon I could Money DR. J. H. WHITE. do all my own housework. I have taken J. S. Marshall nnd James Payne. These nre among the lcadlngbusiness men of the county and hive nil al- Tho Call SouvonlrTrado Editways been leader in the Democratic HARDiNsmnsO. An,;. 18 or of Charloston, Mo., OAHA.NI.ATIUN l.l'I'UCTRtli The patty. Uttt they say they cannot 201) Sponks Highly of a A Republican committee of our Mipjiail Ilrynti. . Hood's I'llls with Hood's Baruparllti, Formor Hnrtford XSiTET. l he National and they hnvo done me much good. I met Monday nud organized Air the Dcmtcrutlc paityof Doy. ,..? will not be without them. I have taken 13 .1 All vacancies were filled this count) is i.ow thoroughly otgan-ze- d campaign bottlesof Hood's 8arsaparllla,and through 11ml the high chatncUr of its in the committee, niul artattgements tho blessing of God, It ha cured me. In giving resume of Charleston mate it hlghlv lespectnble were made to secure literatim--. Hon. X I worked an hard a ever tho past sumbusiness, we make special mention ol mer, and I am thankful to say I am W. I:wis will be tt queued to and eiy lavoritble The National John well. Hood's Fills when taken with Democratic patty ol this county will this famous gentleman, who is beopen the campaign for its on Sqitcm Republican Ticket. Tin: Hood's Sarraparllta help very much." wis ha vi: yond dispute one of the foremost denber 14th, with n spiccli nt this place. poll 250 or yn vnt'-.Mkimknokr, Freehold, Trim. tists iu Southeast Missouri. Dr. Mns. M. M. many I was sccretnry of When he comes be will meet as blp Mr C L Hear This and other curea prove that White is a graduate of the I.onlsvi'le ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. a crowd as he could wish for, and will the convention Our Tip Top Wlioola Hoducod to 850.00. College of Denlstry. Heis up tn date find that Republicans in this county Judor Guitv 0.1 McKi.xi.kv and in ViQtor, Hapolcon, this pellicular business In the for l'rralilrnl. mean business and nre full of enthu- Hon vrt: The messenger WILLIAM MoKINLEY, siasm nud the Cincinnati Inquirer li.no an- iqth Century, one Is required to read, Wrltolor C.'irnloRun mid Spccml Cash Discount olOliin. McKinley nud Lewis clubs will be nounced that Jitdpc P. L. D. 'Judy study nnd practice dcnlstrv In order -Save you As of this organized in every Magisterial ills will suppcit Urjnn Prinident to keep posted. The Vire l'franlmt. for tfict. Such n club will be organized We nre in receipt of 11 letter from gentleman is thorbughly equipped I J the Ono Truo Wood Purifier. All tlrugcUK J I. GARRETT A. 1IOBAUT, rreparednnlyby c. I. Hoo.1 & Co., I ell, Mass. at this phec night. We Judge Gully in which he states that with the lstei-- t improved tisils and ot New Jersey. expect to have 250 members InMdc of the reports as tl cy appeared in those suffice it is to say that he is prepared HOOCIS Pills efffctlreir. promptly nnd scents. two weeks. The club will have able papers were utterly false and without to do nil kinds of dental work. For t'ongrrM. n prominent business Dr. White is speakers on hand nt every meeting authority fiom him He turthet JOHN W. LEWIS. to disseminate Republican principles states that he has always intended to man and one of Charleston's leading From 4th District of Kentucky. and to create enthusiasm. support McKinley for President and citizens. All work guaranteed to be s and up to date. Prices as ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. atAmong the Republicans who Hunter for Congress, and will unGREAT O. 8. Demiog, Mt. Oli- - tended the Monday's meeting of the doubtedly vote lor them. iM Large It is to be low ns first class work can be done committee were, Jno. IJ. Bates, Prank regretted that tree silver papers have for. vet His office is located over the City Hon. At Large S. H. Knsb, Manches- - Payne, G.. N. Taul, Dan Parish. A. inaugurated a campaign of lies this W. Lewl3Re-I tcr. lsB'lRTPahl'fis H. Root, Hon. Chas. Dlanford, W. C. early 111 the fight. They nre defeated Drug Store, where he can be found at First District W S. Mason, oi Taul, Dob Cash man nnd K I). Gard- however, all hours. Give him a call. and may be expected to reElizabeth-tow- n. May field. sWSias"'!' tTW JsatTrvAi. .Vsv'swi sort to nny nnd all leans to carry a Disease attacks the weak and debilSecond District George H. Tow-cr- y, ner. i2f"Vvreil A Word With "C. J." Sir. C. J., point. of Dixon. itated. Keep youtself healthy nnd We hear reports in this county that strong by taking Hood's Sarsapar ilia. Third District J. F. Taylor, of of Lebanon.Inyour last issue presents Glasgow. an urging address to Republicans. some of our Republicans will vote for Tho Congressman from Tho Mlu SlnrU'n Entrrlnlnnifnt. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedaing, "C. J." always writes interestinglr, Bryan; when investigated, however, To have your prices not an Excuse, Fourth Pnltl His Ro- Miss Lettie Marks entertained at of Hartford. entertaingly and to the point. In these reports piove utterly false. Re- her home on Mulberry street last spocts to Chairman I Filth District Charles e. Slights, O. his article he calls upon the western publicans in this county were never of Louisville. Sommors. Friday night in honor of her guests, & Sixth District D. B. Wallace, of end of the Fourth Congressional Dis more firmly united and will give the Miss McGill, of Owensboro, and Miss Republican ticket 500 majority. trict as follows: Warsaw. Baily, of Louisville. At 9 o'clock the Is now at Unrttord with his Floating Studio. Klizahf.thtown, Kv , Aug 15. Seventh District John L. Bosley, "Now I will go farther and assure Rodin Hood. first strains oi the most harmonious John W. I,ewls who Is the nominee oi Paris. eWntitly riiuiipcil for tho verv the Republicans of the West end in itr.suireit not 10 Uii music called the dancers to their fir Ifnrr Ton Arc Right HK All ite niaile, tmiii )ii'fi up. Al.'i work, uinirtitii in any parlor or N. Daniel Miles, , Eighth District that Marion county will largely in And then go ahead. If your blood is places and the pleasures of the for re election In this, the Fourth, lt.uum of Nicbolaiville. spoke here this evening at I room , nay or nigni; viuhh oi rwiucticeii or nnv nut uo-i- nnjccl. 1 rice fifth The hall was one Ninth Dijtrict Robert Buckley, of crease her majority over what it gave impure, your appetite tailing, your evening begun. flaml Innl mm Cabin!, $1 r liallil xen; l 75 prr iloznn. Li ttlo QllMlll him in 1894 and if the Republicans of nerves weak, you may be sure that bright array of splendor, nnd gallant o'clock in the Com t Home to nl leant (half Mt. Olivet ciiu cabinet) SI prr il"zcn One nnd all arc invited to call at my iludit 1,600 entlituinstic votersof this counof Ohio county and the adjoining coun-- 1 Hood's Susnparilla is Tenth District J. B. Marcura, TI r GM! lim.Tt.MI nud sro my work what you need. young men paid due tribute to the At. W. UV. ..VS..A Jackson. lies win give me same uanasome ma- - Then take no substitute. Insiit i.n. beautiful woman in exquisite costume. ty, anions whom were a large num ( AI.111H, Ky June '28, 1800. ber of Democrats vrho jrnve Mr. Eleventh District H. G. Trimble, jorities they gave him in 1894, Mr. ' on Hood's and onlv Hood's. This is At 1 o'clock all were invited into Lewis to understand thnt, while tliev To W'iiom rr hay Cincmix: Wo lakn plta.uro in iecoiunieudinfcto, of Somer&et. Lewis will be reelected by a much the medicine which has the largest the beautifully decorated dining hall had never belore crossed over the line your favor Mr II O Scnroclrr, tho Pholunip' ir, who it not only a firt increased majority and the district sales in the world. Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a where were served the daintiest of ol their party, they would vote for clasn artist, hut n ceiitiemaii ol tho liihfdt nnli-lie Inu been awofiaUxl Remember the Republican Club to will show its apprepriation of the first with tho people ol Us boon fur over two years sinl wo till reiret very much to is the One Trite Brood Purifier. Ices, thus to the delight of the parevening nt real, live nnd successful Representahim nud McKinley this time, and at have him be organized lcve. Hi p"nk' you will extend- him ilm "hand of fellowihiu," Heed's Pills ate prompt, efficient, ticipants. The following young peo- the same time said: "Weare for you we arc, Kcprctlully jours, the Court House. (1O1. F. hwiMT, ivlilor C'alhnon Hut. tive it has had since the war." ple were present. Misses Anna Belle this time, Mr, Lewiiand will vote the The eastern end of this district is always reliable, easy to take, easy to McGill, will reduce Baily, Stella Thomas, Republican ticket straight next No Irene "Free silver coinago Perate composed of the countiesof Washing-- ' Bertie Morton, Annie Fogle, Maimee vember. Indeed, we can safely the wages of labor in the proportion ton, Marion and Taylor. westThe KENTUCKY POPULIS TS Ross, Mabelle Hubbard, Etta Thomthat j ott have a better chance lor reit may 'ncreese tho cost of necessaries ern end is composed of the counties as, Edna Gri (Tin, Ella Cox, Lettie election next Novemberthan jf u had " and comforts of life of Ohio, Grayson and Breckentldge. Will Mako a Domand That Marks, Margaret Gunthcr. Messrs. in November, 1894 " Notwithstanding the great agi- In Mr. Lewis' race in 1894 both ends Robt. Walker, Chas. Rogers, Randall Mr. Lewis In his introductory reof the district did nobly, but even then Candidate Sowall Bo Collins, James Sanderfur, Richard marks paid his respect' to the editor tation of the silverites, silver is lower Withdrawn. What will the majorities rolled up for Mr. Lewis Foiter, Tom Morton, Wayne Griffin, of the Iilizabethtowti News. Ilrttsed than it has been at all. in the western end largely exceeded Bob Marks, Robt. Dugan, Clarence no abusive language against lead to? the free silver "craze" those for him in the eastern end. Lr.xiscTON, Ky , Aug. 18, The Marks, John Mark but merely ook the back num. The free silver Democratic party Now let us see about the vote in our Populist State Executive Committee bert ol his'naperand exposed its edi Neglect of the hair often destroys are very proud of tho Populists at Gubeinatorial election last year. met at the Clarendon-LelanHotel in tor, nud his present mud fcliii,'lnj We wonder if they Ohio county gave Mr Bradley a ma- this city this nlternoon and effected a its vitality and natural hue, and methods. this lime. jority of 284; Breckinridge coUnty reorganization by electing A. Par- causes it to fall out. Before it is too Jo wouldn't divide spoils in case tboy He alto said that as Sommers had a gnve Bradley a majority of 187, while ker, of Louisville, chairman, W. P. late, apply Hall's Renewer, a sure little over a year ago denotmrnl as a should ever win a victory. Grayson county gaveMr. Bradley the Marsh, of Liwrenceburg, secretary, rernedy. fool in his paper the candidate i.c is The Sound Money sentiment is handsome majority of 380 vttes. Tae following were appointed mem-- 1 Allrnllnu, Hpuhllenn! novrsupportinir for President, that he, gaining ground every day in Ken- We turn now to the eastern end. bers ol the Campaign Committee to ' The Republicans of East and West Lewis, held the belief tint he might tucky and it seems now that the party Washington county gave Bradley a meet at Louisville and organize at Halt ford precincts nre requested to survive hi? race for Conrrtis, although of 68; Taylor gave him 114, once: L K Taylor McCracken meet at the Court House, Hartford, that McKinley will have to defeat is majority while Mation, of which"C. J."boasts county; L W. Bomir, Pendleton: M. Saturday, August 22, nt 3 o'clock, p. Sommers denounced him as n coward. that wing of the Democracy. He then called attention to the f.ict gave Wat Hardin a majority of 327. R Gardner, llirdit; John G. Blair, nt,, for the purpose of organizing a that the Democrats who had betn . The "boy orator" failed to capture Upon a summing up, we find the Nicholas; J. H. Shelby. McKinley and Hobart Club. Every- elected in 1892 had destroyed, by the tho New Yorkers at Madison Square eastern end of the district gave Har- Resolutions were adopted, in which one who believes the trittmp ol the nieiire, nil He read to 4,000 empty din a majority ot 182, while the wes- it was agreed to put out a candidate Republican ticket at the coining elec- the fair prices formerly paid tor the Garden. tern or our end gave Gov. Bradley for Congress in each ol the eleven dis- tion to be the best for the welfare of benches. Truly the freo silver wave products ol thjs country, nnd tint 851. tricts in the State. The electoral the country, and who is willing to they now proposed to retorc these is losing momentum every day. Now, what we wish to say to "C. ticket is also to be completed, there aid in an honest effort to bring about prices if they were allowed to pass a Those who support Bryan virtualJ." is this: You need have no fears being vacancies in the Sixth and this result, is earnestly requested to free silver measure, "nut." said Mr Lowest Prices ly endorse the ratio 1G to 1, whiqh, my friend about the western end of Ninth districts. Jo A. Parker, L K. be present. Lewis, ''the only way to make this Mr. Lewis' election is Taylor and F Rectcnwald were apW. A. GinsoN, Ch'm'n Co. Com. country prosperous Hjjui't is to open beyond the Icaat doubt, means cheap this district. " Jko.P.Morton, Sec'y money, contraction of the circulating assured if it depends on our end of pointed n committee to convey greetup the mills nnd tsctorien tn the Hut we do have some ing to the Democrats und ask them medium and tho greatest panic the the district. American lab iring clase nnd t' ere-- by Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. fears, my dear "C J.." regarding the to withdraw Sew-alThey were incouutry ever witnessed. Tub Best Salvh in the world for create a home market for our home I eastern end oi the district, and espe- trude to state tlut the Populists in- Cuts, Bruises, Sores,- - Ulcers, Salt products. Start the wheel ot indusmorrow Mass Convention will cially nbout your own county of Ma- tended to stand by Watson, and that Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, ChapTo Corns, and all try and the money question will setbe held in tho 4th Congressional Disrlon In conclusion we will say tlut Sewall is odious to them, and that ped Hands, Chilblains, Skin Eruptions, and positively enres tle it kelf. candidate) for Contrict to nomiuate a we hope to hear Irom "C. J " again, they will make no concession . Piles, or no pay required. It is guarHe then took up the Dryan scrch in Coat gress. There ha been a hot fight for and that he will continue to stir up anteed to give perfect satisfaction or made at New Yotk, nnd when he had McClure's Mugaiine for September motey relunded. Price 25 cents per the nomination It does not mako the Republicans of the district with gotten through with it and lud con please his live and btlring appeals to the will contain .1 shott sea storv of quite box. FOR SALE BY Williams niueh dillereuco who receives the nomtf cluded his jipeech a lot ol I'oputfM A unusual quality and interest, by a Bell. nut in the mean time "C. ination Jno. W. Lowis will be tho people. congratulated him came forward and WB ARE READY TO TAKE YOUR MEASURE. ' new writer, Morgan Robertson, once next Congressman irom this District. J.," get a move on yourself and reon bis magnificent spuch. To vny n sailor betore the must. There will deem Marion county Irom the grasp that the people hcte received him nnd fepresent-- e also be stories by Mrs Spofford nnd ot the enemy. l The statement in tho his speech with enthusiasm is but d Clinton Ross. In the mean time Breckenridge one day last week that a letter poor way to ex puss it. The fuel is headquar- county is alive, nnd may be depended had been received at Bryan John Lewis can and nlwnysdoes dtaw IUST n Mr. Nathnnael Mortonson, it . Mcllenry Rhoarts, ol Frankfort, a crowd wherever he Is billed to ONI? TH INC. ters from Ohio county statiug that a upon to give Mr. Lewis and the Ke-citizen ot Ishpeming. Mich., who conducted the Institute last week, publican ticket at least a mnjority of Is curnl by Dr. Hell's speak, and at no time is he ever dis Br an Club was organized here connnd editor SupeMot Poiten, who, for certainly understands his business. 500, d pleasing and tiresome He Is sure to Pine Tar Honey. It rures that every taining 32 Republicans is a n long tune, buffered from the most He is h fluent seaker and uses choice time. Tlut ore thing is inflininia be re elected to C intrresi ll tlnr t Old excruciating pains of rheumatism, DnMociiATic Convention: falsehood. The Republicans of Ohio tliiu rftbe iiiucoiis tneiiilirjtie.i ol the His fine aptiling in the present signs and lungs, bronchi. il tubes nud tliuut, nnd pure moss backed Detuoctats h id their was cured, eight years ago, by taking ail couuty aro solid for tho Republican pearance, good illustrations and exeyes opened last Siturday by the Ayer's Sarsapatilln, having never felt general forecast of his chances to be coughs, colds, chest troubles, rroup, ticket. cellent figures of speech, make his He can always draw a catarrh nl the hrnd or thtoat, cold in convention of the National Democrats. a twinge of it since. the head, "lagiippc," n.thiua. bron- talks Intensely interesting, especially crowd, and makes his Popocratlc op- chitis, whooping cough, mre throat, The National Democrats met in conThe long expected suit of the State tn those who arc of n literary inclinaProsperity will with inMj'r McKinley will uot under- creased business come only business ponents mad to see it. loss of voice or honrseneiH nre all due tion, Pew men agaiust ex Auditor Normau ot al has vention at the court housent 2 o'clock Increased cin present their s. to IiifUuiiiiAtlnnoI the murniu was called to order by Dr R. L. take to .tuiup the country, but he is at Inst been filed. Last jear during and will come only with Increased reveDr. flell's Pine Tar Honey ideas more clenrly ot lit n more select He rend makiug some excellent sjieeches to Newson, county chairman. I'tranHal. Ills personal magnrtUm Is n quick, Fine and Mtfr cure for this nue Increased revenue will come the campaign tho Republicans told the call for the convention nnd then the crowds who come a long way to PK 64. page medical reference It ta nl.o ndda giently to the efficiency of only with Protection. Protection will book to any perkon filleted with auy pellicular duns of complnint tho people there was something radi. He 111 ade a announced that uumluntiort.s lor per- visit him ut his home. not good lor othrr complnlns It is Recome only with Republicanism, cally wrong at Frankfort, and now special, chronic or delicate dUetse p'e;i.sant to take Childiett I'ke it his work as an Institute Inttructor,'' manent chairman wlic in older speech the other d ly to the old solpublicanism will come only with Mc- peculiar to their sex. AddreM the nud will nuk lur It. It Is hnrmlrss. The teacher were all well pleased baa been sued to recovthe Hon B. F. Beard arose nud placed diers of the regiment In wh'ch he leading' phyiicisus kiirprnna of er 30,000 alleged to belong to the Mr. W. K. Batntf in nomination; he Served ns a private, when only 17 Kinley. N Y. "Press," Aug 1, '96. the United States. Dr. Ilatluwty 8c It is made front pine, tar and honey. with his work n n Instructor, which Old folka know thit thee urc gox, wss evidenred by a unanimous vote used for private pur was unanimously chosen. State but was Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicajo years old, nud he said, among other meJicine.s biirniles-In Dr, hell's requesting his employment next poses 43 "T. Pine Tnr Honey they me combined Upon taking the chair Mr ft trues things: "Ido not know whit you Meade County Messenger. jear by new nud koieiitifu me'hods with nude n ringing and pntrlotic address. think about it, but I believe it is a The Herald always fails to report a He said the Chicago platform was not Hood deal better to open up the mills When wir 111 inufuctnreii nre grown vegeUhle lulls, Kiving litem xr George W. Siually, the famous to n certain petfrction, ns ihey will ntarkiible incilictunl value Dr. Heil'n convention correct if tho pooplo who Democratic, nud the candidate nomi- ol the United States to the labor of has been under the lostetlng cate nf govern, Piii' Tnr Honey will tintciti'. in compose tho convention differ with nated to stand 911 it was not a Demo- America than to open up the mints American editor-autho- r, It nil! ward it off it call-lu- g granted a two months' holiday by liia ment. the farmer will find a ready inciplency hud give relief nud comthem in belief. It starts out by He said that Gov. Buckner, ol the United States to the silver of crat. paper the London Times, nnd has market for his surplus product, and fort in Its later stages. There isn t the Sound Money Convention last whose Democracy was unquestioned, the world Mr. R. II. Austin, o( Beaver Um, gone abroad on a special mission for ...t.. 1.. i .1....... a...i .... ....MMA another cough remedy on the nuiket Saturday lloltocrutu, when it is a had nrial-- d the Chicago platform, ' that dees not claim to cuic contump-- a and Mis Lizzie Oglesby were mar cett-iland chfap supply of all llir limy mi lonl la luilf frtullil," The Ladles' Home JournU. He vrs knowu (act tho people who participat- nnd had found It to be nine tenths guch c)alm tied nt the residence of the bride's ndlcu,0 10 So savs Mr W, Jennings Bryan, engaged to prepare a short series of wants. His prosperity will diiiuse i.Kchooil. Put no deoendence in father, Mr. K'L Herring, of this ed in tho S mnd Alonov Couvtution Populism, fine tenth Kepubiicin.witli boiild j on ever become President articles for that magazine, nnd Is . itAelf to everv class In the communi- - remedies that need a lie to sell them. and place l.it Tueaday evening, Rev. O. a very slight savor of Democracy. He were not in the Free Silver Convenuoney u pnt up r. Meim riiie-ia- r ot the United States you will undoubt- gathering the matetlal, for them in ty. It (a Protective TarlflJIs. calculat- J Ileau petformlng the ceremony. I tion a few weeks ago. O. R. Martin denied that the Natloual Democrats edly endeavor to give us "free" coal Europe. The work will necessitate ed to bind together more closely our ' sttonded the silver convention, and wete (Kilters, but charged th it the The wedding was a very quiet one,' say. he will support Bryan. W. U. Populist Democrats ueic boltrtii, in and take away nil prottction fromour his spending part ot the summer in widespread Republic, nnd glve(rreaterMntM1(0nuc.jpt0, bv the K nnlv n few intimate Irends nnd rel Render left tho silver convention as that they had lepudUtcd Mr Cltve 3 mi.ooo cail miners and other labor-e- England ind the remainder Iu Ger- nerve to the arm of government- .- 1, Siitheilaud Medicine Co., sole lives being preicnt, They left 1 uork-nga- t Jlccker'K reoluiion Aim rican mines). This many. boouasR nianulacturerH, PoiintitinPirk P.idu. Tohu O. Calhoun. I mil nud his inlniii itlrntloti .... alter the ceremony for lh hi d had l I nerc was voted down. cah. Kv. nxiim jmrr rmedv would ! u'Ud news indeed, for Remember Dtillington will give diuirgiat l.ime ot the itrnnm at Heaver Darn, mm Inst as jood " When 3 ndoptnl pl.itform that did not cm British mliters, who are working onTake advantage el ourlow rate and tnys. so, he is thinking of his profit! Ills you a good easy shave. tun Driuocr.itic principles. ly three days a week on an a vera; e, How about t'mt subscription get your favorit? county jwp?r .from and not ot yrur wellsre IT IS A iiMde the mos btcks squ rm In as tin.-wiuJl AM. iiu "$. ak olloitir exttait from "Ry. count? We need he money. When TaiU Good. CjBt uukBjrp. bydfutfl.u. CmH vlll now until Nuv. 35. for 25 cents rath IIOU5JRIIOL0 NP.CIJ3SITY Lost, A door Vvy, finder und grit their teeth Wz their a Hoi. Bold PI land's Itrn Trade Circular" oljuly For stle by Z. Wiy ieGiffln St Mro can you p iy It? Scud us part of it. in advance. oi the please leave It at this office, Mr. Barnes had finUhtd his 25, 1896. says is the condition When Hartford Republican REPUBLICAN f -ST,3ft-4aaa- COMMITTER Nervous Sieveles Are ood"; - Of Breckinridge - organized and is Ready for Work. Bicycles - and Priq - ARE RIGHT El cycle si : Political Summery and Account of the Sound Meeting. Bicycle rcpnirng ol all kinds done promptly. Cured Alien Street, m mxm, 4 Bicycles! Bicycles!! thicks Monarch, I s err 1 lr Hood's Sarsaparilla GREATOROWD, ENTHUSIASM. coived an Ovation ON OUItBNTIKKMNKOK Barm6, WUEELS. Overland Bicycle Money 2r nt We Will Bottom Prices. Hock Sundries Kcpniring done on short notice. Hill & Steitler, "J&.SX fc. first-clas- John at i irtr"v..Wi , Mtvixfc222r.y 11 piere is Your (haneel H. Green Pinre taknHiph SCH ROE ER, tho Profssional River a Photographer bt r ... 1 .' r - sy S0111-m- er, d 4H iyp' IraS RIHIIHa HERE! Samples of Pall Tailoring Red-lish- s Prettiest Styles if?! Largest Assortment 1 l. 1 This Our Label pp every stands as Guarantee to m and by you. Courier-Journa- well-know- bare-face- Money to Loan. $25,000 on desirable iarm property for a term of years. Call at the Ohio County Bank or to R. E. Lee 11 A. THOMAS. Simmerman. 1 .. meiii-bnne- ad Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for s Mi Pitcher's Castorfrb AnaUu-Ortlrab- Children Cry for .',,,, 1 m JUi lft ,( 1 11 &, . ""ffiSSST 11 ac ..!IB.I ,l..r.rl gcntirww""''"- ilttrllillliru - I'I &- -- rv - - s4 ' K pjw CAN'T COMPLAIN 'Sat i3 .Will Satisfied ""' With ,Vjyr,$ nd" '.M-url- atU0HV HaiH Mlttn f I outt w'" ndjouru hilc some merchants nrcfcomplaiiig anil discussing IIAIID TIMES,; poliS tics, etc, -- FAIR BROS.& CO. forty jciim ubp. after eoino weeks of rIckikm, my Imlr turned gruy. 1 Im'.hi using Ayer's llnlr Vigor, mid was so welt satisfied with tlio results that 1 have never tried any other kind of dress lug. It reqmresomy nn occaslonul uppll. Icutioiiuf "UU4hhome liuiii 'no"loln M. JoMu.uU I.ounvl'ltfl-'- t n vi 11 returned toiler Monnay. AN OVATION. Nearly 2,000 Peoples Attend Mr. Lewis' MII,7v.lk.MT7'-lurn- d to Dawsou, Ky, Mr. J F. T. Ward, Klmlerhoqk.li.n sold hli farm to Mr U K Tlnsley. Miss lilla Cox is visiting Mrs. T, II. Aull at Auburn, Ky., this week. Miss Olive Ctirsou has returned froui a visit to Sulphur Springs. Speaking. Tlio flopubllcano aro Enthusiastic for Him. Arc having a good trade, and in order to liiaice it better they have put their lino of summer goods., . AT COST below the bargains: 7c woith 8c 6c woith 7c toe worth 15c 7c worth toe 8c worth llnlr Vigor to kcrp my li.ilr of good color, to rcniovo fdaiidriifr, to lieal Itcliinghiiiiiors, mid jiruveiit tlio Imlr frqin falling out. I never u to rrcoiiiiiiviid Ayrr's niedlcIncH toinyfrlemlH." ilm. II.M.IIakiiit, Avoca, Nelir. heal-tut- EaJi tW AYER'S Novv. .is your time to buy summer goods; Uipt weather is just on us. Read AYER'S Hair Vigor rwpwtJ by Dr. J.C. A) cr k Co, Lowll, LKnVNON, Kv., Aug. 18th 1896 Never in the history of Kliznbelh-tow- u did such a Imgi mid rntluiiifiis-ti- c audience ol intelligent and solid Miss Susie May has returned from a visit to relatives in Daviess county. votersof the County ol Hardin Ofsem-ble- d then befit-- , urxn'miy occasion, Mr. C. L Field is in Nashville this as the ota- - vliuh gathered tuuclhtr utrk 111 the interest ol the Field Coal from all nvi-- tl'f count v on Sat-uCo. Hi'; 15th iiutant, welcome Miss Floy Duke,Sulphiir Springs, and listen to n Iron! Hon. is visiting Miss Miiimcc Ross tills John W. Lewis. The meeting was weik. simply superb, it wasglonous, exhilField & Ilolbtook are .selling Bug- arating and ovcijoyitig iu what it gies, harness, Moore'n lalusters and portends fur the lovers of peace and prosperity, law and order, honesty wliips. Miss Giorgle 1'ittle has been the guest of MUs Lena Carson this week. r lat nly 1 Zclpbry Glughanis 4 Dress Styles Olngbim Uu, Tl Aim's Struitrilla lor tk CtasUilca. 'Stripe riquea Stripe Batiste Plain and Funcy Organdies . . . Persian Ptrcals Flain and I'Igured Swisses '.' . . . wiiite'Duck ..., . . Grass Linen Ladles . Mr, Henry Cmon is on the sick ... .."';.. ... ..i J h I2c list. More campaign goods toe worth Uc worth I2,'c i)i Cahson & Co. Save your laundry for Lyman Will- "lams. t tf Born to the nife ot Mr. last Sunday n girl. J 1'. Ladideo Muslin Drawers, SklUrand Gowns Vest; T ...... '? .V . . Ladels Vest : . . Woven Corsets Men Sweaters . . ' . .J A:. . ? . . . . . .... locwoilhioc ' BWW . aocwojth 25c ... toe worth I5i'c ' X2$ w("lh aoc 50c to $1 25 Felix There is a great deal ot sickness i a and around llnrllotd. Mr. G. W. Klley, Butord, gave us a and A partial eclipse ot the moon visible Iu this vicinity will occur on the tional. If that magniCcentgathcring of fifteen or eighteen hundred intelli22d ot this montii. gent and solid voters from every secWc have a small aui.mnt ol milli tion ot the county is an index to any nery goods left yet, which we will thing (and how can it fail to be?) ansell at your owu price. archy and repudiation has no place Carsun & Co. in the affections ol the voters of HarMr. Geo. Klein, Jr., who hns'bcen din county uud 110 lodgement in their iu Uuincy, 111., for the put") two principles. Mr. Lewis was equal to the occasyears, is at home on a visit to his ion. Under the inspiration of such a muthei's family. welcome, his soul filled with love for Leave your order lor Ice We will hi? country's honor and a desire for deliver from 5 to 6. Alter that time the people's prosperity and happiness yre will not deliver. he easily arose tothe.ileniands ot such Cabron & Co. an occasion in a speech which fairly Na- and'lntegtlty, both personal 5c worth .'.. ". 75c i ? . . . .V . Ladles Shirt Waist i,.H- - '' .25c woith sec ' 5c worth ' Men'Shlrta . . . . K . .,50c & 60c woith $l " Fans and Parasols at low prices!" ,w We are determined to carry less over this season than ever before, so these goods must go As Advertised it IE As our fall line is now coming in. When in Hartford '. li ft BTi MUs Iitta Thomas has returned set that great audience wild with enfrom an extended visit to friends and thusiasm and cheer after cheer went up until it seemed the root would be relatives iu Davlets count v. Mr. S. G. Rhoads and two cons, Don't fail to be ou hand at the or- lilted from the building in which he WesterOeld, called to see ns Saturday. ganization ol the McKinley and Ho spoke. No candidate for Congress in Bring on your enickens, hens, bait Club nt 3 o'clock p.m. this dfstrict has tver, within my memory, drawn together such a feathers and gen&cng, also eggs and The Republicans ot the Hartford crowd, or received such an enthusiasbutter Cahson &. Co. voting precincts will meet at the tic greeting from his constituents. Our, negligee shirts are just the Court House evening at 3 Mr. Lewis spoke for more than two thing for this hut weather o'clock. hours, with the mercury way up in Cahso.v & Co. Field & Ilolbrook defy all compes ninety, and held that sweltering Messrs. V. il Ulceus nn I CUul tl tion in the Buggy, Cart, Spring crowd with him. I mention this beChick, Beaver Dam, called to ace us Wagon or Road Wagon line. Call cause it means something. You felWednesday. lows who doubt Mr. Lewis' ic election, mid be convinced. who fear that the cry of iree silLeave jour orders'for ice so v.c can It you need anything in the buggy ver is carrying everything before it, deliver it eurly in the moruing line, you will bo well to call on Field go and attend one ol his meetings. oc Co. Cahson & Ilolbrook where you can get them The grandest outburst of applause Mr. t'. O. Austin, Beavei Dam, is nt ptices to suit the times. ever given any man, in a public in Louisville attending the National Mr. I. T. Barnard left his team speech, was the applause which fol Democratic Convention. standing on the street yesterday and lowed Lewis' eulogy on McKinley, pleasant call Wednesday. possible that having willir.tood all tin. shams and frauds and falre cries the Democrats have tit vised and raised to catch voters for n quartet f t century thai I luy will iioir bite t n silver I. ok oalul with rv tin I t out c untry greater thau any they have heretofore dared to use. Don't Republicans know that Democrats make one Issue alter another, election After election. Have you not always heretofore recognized that lit was the same old gang? Why don't they howl lor ftce trade? We have put up the great apostle of protection agatnu them, it la fit that tiny should loiiio out and give us battle on Hut, The country would laugh them to tcoru mid they know it Our manufacturing Indus-lue- s Idler because ol their lite ttade ligislation. The home consumption ol the products ol our latum reduced one fotitth by isjton of labntirsbcitig thrown outol employment, ami consequent depression ol tvtrythitig the laruier has to bell, which is made the greater because of competition with Canada and other countries, which free trade legislation has invited and created. Not Nol they can't talk free trade now and little is the wonder. Having brought about this ruin they quit that issue and say because the silver dollar was dropped from the coinage law by the act ol 1873 nc aie having all this trouble now, and that if we have plenty of silver the trouble will be cured, notwithstanding the fact we have more than fifty times 113 many silver dollars now as we had in Now, do you think if the act 1873 of 1873 could have oauscd all this trouble it would have lequlred twenty years to do it? II it is thr cuise the trouble why did it nevet take effect until the Democrats repealed our tariff laws? Why for fifteen, years, or more, during these twenty ycrs did we have such prosperity as the world had never seen before, and that prosperity increasing each year, until the evil hour came in which the country was fully turned ovet to the Demo1 Avnrec:' Hlfthcil Honors World's Fnl '., t ,!.' MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream af Tatter Powder. I (. Hm Ammonia, AlumoranyotheradultcuM 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. By virtue t f tiws due the Stntfc ol Kentucky and rouittv t f Olito'lcr tlio years 1895 and I or "in- - ol ni Deputies will (m Monthly Hie 7W1 diiyj of P rpti 111W l3i,oi hid u. nn tl'o limns ol l) u'cltt W .1,111 nnd 4 dock p tu lit Ihi1 Contt HmisK . ilnor in Hattford. Ohio ci.untV, Ky , txpede for sale, to Hie highest bidder, lor cash in hand, the tallowing luml.s (or so iiuirh thereof ns may I nfcesnry to r.ntMv tin mnnuntol.tlit-- tuxer. due and cost) to wit : ' I'OK YKAU I89S Owner Arccs Tax & costs Bishop, Thompson 63 , - $4 30 1 Rasham. Win. A. 4 35 Bray, Wm. 80 . - - 6,4s Bashamjoe I). M .1425 Beswell, Thos. H. 75 'SVS : Coopar, lid I'. 9J . . .' 3io Hverly, Klizabeth too Ford Itro.s. S 7'3 Fulkeisou. Jacob W. 0 .'. . ,.;s J- Fleldeu, Lewis 25 . . , .5 20 Fanner, Tlio G. 17 . . . 465 mm l.nuilkalnlor liixtfi, iS,, ' Guy, John M. 3 . ; ,; . SMS -- Call on us and we will show you a linoof goods excellent in quality, low Truly, in prices. Come in and get a d tcss pattern suitable lor the hit weather for less Carsjn & Co. ttiau wholes, lie K nPoJLx Bares- - 3z Jiariford emple of fashion. Co. his little boy was in thewagon, when the horses became scared and ran a few hundred yards when they were Mi. mid Mrs. John Crosby and stopped without any damage being little daughter, Lduisyille, ure visit- doue. ing Mr. and Mrs. G. r. Westcr-ficl- d. Mrs. Beltie Bennett atid son, Dr. Lovich Bennett, of Andersonville, Ky ; Mrs. Suiie Shultz-- of Stewarts-vlllField & ilolbrook buy their bugInd.; Mrs. Mary.Auch and son, gies by the car load direct Iroiu the manufactory paying cash. Hence Master Walter, of Griffin, Ind., were the guests of the family ol Mr. Jo L. the low prices. , e, I w Marriage license: W. T. Baize to Mr. Henry M. Pirtle, living near JBKAYaat UAH M. K. THs.II TiUlI MizdlaJ. Daughcrty, C. L. Brown to The Y. P S. C. E. ot Beaver Dam Kuitua l'icheuor, K 11. Austin t9 town caught and owl Tuesday night that measured 4 feet, A,) inches, met in memorial session in honor ot Lizzie Oglesby WRST BOUND. from tip to tip of wings. Owls have 7:16 a. m. Miss Edna Stevens at tlieM E Church 'Fait Mall Miss Sjllie Coleman, who has been been catching chickens for Mr. Pirtle 'Accommodation . . . . 11:4 J a. rn. last Sunday night and pasted the folquite sick at BtoVer Dam, is (.lowly for some time.and he set a steel trap . . . j:j p. rn. lowing re.olntlnna: JWay 1'relt.ht . . , Whkricas it has pleased our gra- improving. Her biother, I'rof. J. D. and landed the intruder. 8:18 p. m. 'Accommodation Coleman, of Frankfort, has been at New Orleans Limited . . 11:23 p. m. cious Good Father to call Iroru tts one Field & Ilolbrook are headquaiters ot our most faithful members, Miss her bedsia ' forall kinds o'f vehicles such as bugEdna Stevens.and Messrs. C. D. Chick and W. M. gies, spring wagons, carts and road Ciacinnati Limited A'ii 0; Whereas she wss one among ten Likens will shortly begin the publi- wagons. They buy direct from the a. tu. Accommodation 5:2 a. ni thousands, always at her post of duty cation ul a netvspaperat Beaver Dam. manufactory "for cash, thereby getting .AVay Pieitht' 'Accuramodation 1:29 p. tu. and ever ready to perform whatever They are now negotiating lor priut nil discounts which enables them to sell as cheap as the cheapest. 7:3a p in. labor the society or her heavenly nig material. 1'ait Mail Master might see fit to impose upon y IlAKLEM JlEBKICK. Agt. Mr. M. J. Held, Rockport, and Dr. Mr Jo B. Vickers happened to her, and J. S. Coleman, A. D. White and R. quite a painful though not serious acCluln-ti- sn WitCRitAs iu her death our J.IjNlis fcl.alrlsity Trsllwanlala. IL Lee Simiuenuan ure iu Louisville cident last Sunday afternoon by havMy wile auflered for twelve years Endeavor Society has loct n with sour atoinach and indigestion I worker of the best and purest type to ntteud the National Democratic ing his right shoulder dislocated He Convention. was sitting in u chair and bad his tried everything I heard of without Therefore be it The following Hartford people at- arm over one of the posts and in getting relict. By the useof one bot we bow humbly Rbsolvkd, That tle of Liquid Ulectiiclty slie was not J and submissively to the will ot nnr tended the bicycle meeting in Louis, turning around the bones were slipg I . Father, and thnt we extend our vtlle last week: Ileniy Field, Oscar ped apart. He is now getting-alonx only relieved, but entirely cured. as well as could be expected. It cflectual for cure 0 toothache fiound to the bereaved family and bi.hoj), Sam Cox, Wayne Render and Hugh Roach. Mcileury Ky. pray God's choicest blessings to rest R. D. Walker. also. The following named persons have I ktenned on a rustv nail and run it upon them in this their saddest hour. Kvity Republican in the two ILirU pild their subscription to Tm$ almost through my foot, causing a Be it further resolved sine? our last issue: S. G, totd preciucts is urged to be present That we send a copy ot these resoasvtre, painful and dangerous wound. evening at 3 O'clock to Rhoadu, WesterCeidj Jordon Wells, After trying everything that Is usual lutions to the Beaver Dam Gazette organize a McKinley and llobart Beaver Dami Henry Tlnsley.A. MaS thciw, Hattlord; L T. Millard, 'Tayly used and getting no relief, I pur and Tub Urfuiilican at Hartford and club. ' Come out, everybody. chased a bottle ot Liquid Electricity. that copy be sent to the bereaved lor Mines; Ctlut Carpenter, A. J.CarHon. J. S. R. Wedding, the Ejector ter, Hartford; Mrs. Mollle C. After applying It a few times I was family and one be spread upon our Jones, for the 4th District, will open the Cunningham; A, W, Davidson, Beavrelieved ot pain and swelling began minutes. campaign at Leitchdeldnext Monday, to reduce and in a shoittime was able Miss Maud Monror, ) er Dam. August 24, ut which ttme a McKinley C. D Chick VCotu. Vto walk. I earnestly recommend it j and Hobait club will be orgintzed at W. M. Likens. The Ohio County Fair this year aa the best remedy I ever used. that place. will open October 1st and continue 3 Mks.Maky A.WiUo.x,Mc!Ienry,Ky. Field & Ilolbrook have a complete Mr. W. It. Dchaven has moved his days. The programs have been is On night o( June 26th, 1896, I was line of the very best buggies to be had family to the Griffin property in the sued and extensive arrangements are a very poisonous spider. In the market from bitteu by .which to select. . Mr. G. II. Mat being made to entertain the large After using several remedies without Ifyou waut a bargain In n bujjgy, liast end ot town. crowds that will be in attendance. thews has purchased the lioube botany rel Irf I purchase a fifty-cespring wagon, cart or road wagon, vacated by Mr. Dchaveu and The Fair comes at the time of the tle of Liquid Eletricity; and alter a call and be supplied at most remarkayear when the farmers are through will move Into same next week. . few applications was nrently relieved. bly low pi ices. with their fJrpi work and ready to I Am conGdtut ft was instrumental In Last Sunday nightMt Dawson, Ky., take a vacitiou. It is aommenda-bl- e I cheerfully lecomx 'saving ray life. thieves broke into Mr, A. D. Taylor's enterprise and our people should tueud It to suffering humanity as a photogiaph gallery and stole goods patronize it liberally. valuable family medicine. amounting to about $175.00, There Mr. Hli) ih Chlnn, ol Preutls, waji Duncam Pknuan, has been no clew to the thieves as McIIenry, Ky. yet, and the )oas wilt tall rather heav- run over by a wagon Wednesday and he died from the effects a few hours ily on Mr Taylor, I have healed several scalds and , aftewards He was loading railroad burns very rapidly by the use of LI. Summer-tim- e Rev Jus, 8 Chandler, Jr., left ties on a wagon and was 6tanolng bequid Electricity. I thlnic It the best Wednesday to lesume his studies In tween the wheels when the team be- heallag remedy I ever used are your resources Vanderbllt Training School at Ell?- - came scared and knocked him down, William CiiaisTiAN.BIackstuith, for the summer? Have you ton, Ky. He has made manv Itlends I when the wheels passed over his McIIenry, Ky. He was a highly icspecfed abundance of health stowed during his stay in ijartford this auni-- 1 breast. I have used Liquid Electricity tor an -for the long, hot, deplet- mer, who loin Iu wUhin? him a ' citizen and will be preatlv missed In cuts, cramps, colic, etc., and find It away pleasant and profitable school yeaj.' Ids' community. to be a rapid healer, and reliable reming; days, or does summer find edy. Mrs. Annih Duncan, Miss Lettle Marks gave quite a We dislike very much to have to you low in vitality, run down, McIIenry, Ky. pleasant party to a few of herlrlends notify our subscribers that we need losing flesh, and weak? Scott's last Frhlay Evening In honor of her money, but such is the case. We I am authorized' ""Co appoint sub. Oil will visitors, Miss McGill, Emulsion of Cod-!ivno; have stveraHtowwnd dollars owing agents) and am prepared to furnish give you the proper reserve and Miss Bally, of Louisville. The us on subscription, which is just, due same with this .wonderful remedy. Correspondence solicited, force, because it builds up the visiting young ladles returned to' their, and unpaid. Wc have been yery easy 011 some of you, but now we are P. S. DUNCAN, Gen Agt , system on a solid foundation, homes on Tuesday of ttis week. -compelled tq have what is due ui.and McIIenry, Ky. 52 8t Mrs, Vernon, well known to our A tonic may stimulate; Scott's we will be iorccd'to bring suit for the Emulsion not only "boosts," people as Mrs. M I. Harper, died at amount due, Worr, if you are owing a Moat. her home in Central City last Monday goolslzsd' subscription account you The house and lot In HartfotJ it sustains. morning. She was a sister to our will please take NOTICE. know u the A B. Balrd property. the Thomas Bros , It la a b ertcsuHoo always to fuv at For terms apply to A, C. Ellis, Agent katt a wuB bottU of Scott! EmuUoa fa and had uidny liiendu here who Tuete. are about 20,000 newspapers Um bets. fJaofxatd. It wW kp ladtita-KttUr Dr. A, B. Salrd, Hartford, Ky. 3 TlttHy corlad, iktt uUap ktf ia mourn her denature. The remains nnlilMiifet In till- - TTtitlMl Stnta tifflr a ceei flic, h will KA1I4 rvttt tor vttia. were brought to Hartford, and alUr ( y 14,000 of which are lor McKinley services by Rev. G. I Bean, weic t and sound money, and about 6,000 Remember our campaign offer.TiiB For ul by all drugfU at laid to rest In Oak wood Cemetery to fjr repudiation and Bryan. The Rkptmlican from now until after the CtasisaillUM await the great Resurrection Day. election for 25CU, cash. country should come out all ri jht. Kr.nl n I Ion. 4 IiAJJT-BOUND. Carson. .... sym-pathl- es nt , Keep Up Your Scott's Emulsion in jjWhat er rr fellow-townsme- y, ill ,50 and that too In the capital of Hardin county. The people know where the trouble lies. They know what they want It is McKinleyisin lor the". Country, not free silver, which would only increase their woes. They recognize in McKinley the advanced agent of prosperity. They know that, as Mr. Lewis stated to them, the only crown that McKinley ever pressed upon the brow of labor was the crown of prosperity, the crown of abundant labor at good wages, which crowned their homes with plenty and consequent happiness, and thereby crowning the effort of the farmer with remunerative prices for his products, with which the laborers were fed and clothed. That is why his mention of McKlns ley's name brought down the houM It was a grand speech, sound in argument, apt in illustration, strong in its presentation and at times rising to the heights of the mast splendid oras tory. A plain man coming from plain and honest people, filled with the noblest sentiments of and exalted manhood, and with all an accomplish-- c scholar, a cultivated gentleman, he is at home wherever you may place him with gentle people and he wins them to him. "For an honest dollar and a chance to eara it" is his platform. Bring back prosperity to us by repealing the law which has driven it from our borders. Enact such protective measures as will insure us the same prosperity we have always enjoyed under like ones, scorn repudiation by measures which seek to foist upon the people and the Nation, for the benefit of the silver kings, cents worth of 6llv erf or a dollar, thereby entailing upon us the worst curse that can afflict a great commercial people, a debased and flunctuated currency. Those are the cardinal principles of his faith, and have always been. After the speaking a grand ovation was given him, for nearly an hour the crowd surged and gathered rouud him, congratulating him and promising him support, among them were many Democrats and Populist. It was a veritable ratification meet ing of what he had done in Congress an indorsement of what he stood for now, and a strong promise to send him back to prosecute the work iutther for his people. Verilyl Verllyf hsth Tun Hartford RsrtmucAN said unto those misguided men seeking the Demo-ciati- c nomination lor Congress In this district, "that nomination is loaded, let it alone " Mn Lewis also spoke last week at the little hamlet of Mackvllle, in Washington county, his home county, and had an audience which for numbers and enthusiasm has never been equaled there before. Over two hundred farmers and solid men of the precinct were gathered together there at that little place.and although about one half of them were Democrats it was estimated by men most familiar with them that Mr. Lewis would not lose ten out ot the crowd. He has lost nothing among his neighbors and friends. Thero he will receive his largest vote. Just a word now to Republicans, if there be any in the district, who are hankering alter free silver. I have neve) teen one myself, there are none In Marion county. But to such, if there be any in the district, I ask Is It fifty-three crats? If the. act of 1873 could much trouble, why did we have none of it from 1878 to 1892 both years inclusive? I repeat it, is it not a singular coincidence that the act of 1873 rWatl should fail to have its fHC-ntke Daaiocf&ta atatrck dtraa j protective aid revaaoo prodMltfg features of oar tariff laws? It is a weak, very weak Republican brother who can be caught on such stuff as that. The oae presented new Is the thlnest sham oi them all. Wko is it Galley, Agnes B. 50 . . Howard, M.iitlu A. J72 . . Hamilton, Lucinda 75 . . Hunter, Jas. A 120 .'. Likens, Rns. 20 . . Kuykendoll, Mary J. 225 produce so 2 480 4 00 , .' , '480 "4 , 3'35 90 7 00 tracts . a , VaHreM,1X. Yoag SriM Matlock, Win. i 16 . . . Maddox, John 3 . . Perry, Martha 10 acres ef mini nnd 1 lews lot 490 4 90 j- - jfl s 38s. l.Ute 7 ! Owner Sullivan. R B. Olaughlin, Budget Wallace, Mary F. 'MKNtcis. m 2To. lots Tax fc coiro Ut ... . . . . I t 1 1 . . . . , 2 40 ,,(' . . . $645, .4 20 " i $3 05 a that through all these years have been crying frae trade and low prices roa year. Owner Burns, W. P. Kisler.Wm Finch, W. L. Griffilh.Cllnton Same for 1895 1S96. until they got it and ruined the ooun- try, andx who are now crying free silver and high prices? Why, don't you recognize tbem? It is the name old gang. Yes verily, "The same old ass, the same old Acres 32 100 22S Tax & costs' . . - v . 5'2o ' '. . .' 12 25 Sr. 147 - 5'2o Ilolbrook, Lcnis 13 Hudson, Wm. T 86 mule, 121 The same old lraud, the same old Kissipger, J. W. Lee, Jas. E. 3 tracts 207 fool Which raised such a terrible hellabe- - Miles, C. F. je loo Tripfett, Robert 100 For tariff reform In ninety two." Thixton, John C. J. 154 ' Taylor Bro's. 600 825 4 . . . 7 . . 7 . . . 12 - : 15 20 20 . - '. '. 'fi& - 70 '3 15 ' 5 20 BEAVER DAM. - 4Y50 TOWNr.OTS. Misses Bessie Nave,Virgio Hocker, Bculah Coots, Anna MoKenney and Attye Austin fyent a few days last week with Miss. Viola Pirtle at her home uear Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Uavo and daughter, Miss Bewic, left Friday for Daviess county where thoy will visit friends and relatives for a few days.' Miwcs Atlye Austin, Anna nnd Virgio Hocker visited Miss Mary Dent, Leitchtleld, this week. Mr. 0. P. A'uatin and sister, Miss Sadie, spent Suuday in Leitclifield. Mr. Ben D.'Riugo, Bowliug Grceu, spent Sunday with his mother hero. Miss Emma Wiegel and sister, of Louisville, are visiting tho Monro family, Mr. and Mrs.. T.J. Smith, Hartford, viaied Mrs. Uoorgia Coots Suuejp Owner No. lots Tax costs'- ' ' i' . - ' $fi'i5' Long. W. F. Masterson, Pat 2 , - - '"4 '15 O'Laughllii, James 1 . 820 A liberal reduction of costs will be madeonanyotabove.ifpi id before day of sale, Aug. 7, '96 C.P.Kkoww, Sheriff Ohio County, Ky. , The hair, when not properly carejd, for, loses ItH lustie, becomes crisp, ' harsh, and dry, and falls out freely with every combing. To prevent tliistlie best dressing In the. market is Ayer's Hair Vigor. Iti imparts the silky gloss so essential to jieifeot beauty. J 11 (JO, -- Our town is on a boom. Mr. T.' Likens is building a new dwelling house. Mr. 3, a. Seibert is doin-t- he work. II M. Ashby and family, Horton. are visiting friends and relatives horo ," ' this week. day. Little Gola Coghill is ou the sick Miss Margaret Clark, Louisville, is list this week. visiting Miss Emma Barnes. Rev. J. C. Craig filled his regular Miw Anna McKonney is visiting appointment atCowcord Saturday ani" relative! In Rochester. . Miss Lee Chlnn, Taylor Mines, James Gray who has been sick for h, low days with Mita Daisy along time with levers, is improving. Stevens, this week. School opened at Concord on tho Miss Sutia Stewart is visiting 2d, inst., Miss Nettie Rogers teachfriends in McHonry. er. Plow Boy, g Miss Beoa JIill, who has beeu Mrs. John li. Taylor for several H1R LIFE TRULY SaYB weeki, Uft for 6rMitvflie TkaaoVy. C r.4f!HfMMfeKK. Mrs. Oscar Storoai, nitfa bar sfiUr, u 1W. afew. la rout a aTKiitr, oralaet tklj iifWll Mrs. A, V. Thompson end oloildras, Her teMuay tlioulchTUcullat4a& wortk or tliHp Heart Uure antl rtoutorir viaited iu Cromwell this week. tlTS Norvluo. Iter letter UWU bept,lltk,' 16M, nada a follonat Mrs. J. P. McKonney and sons visited fn Rochester tho first of the week, N?ffvP Mr, 8. W, James and family who liavo been vitiliiig at Sulphur Springs for eeverat weeks, havo returned to tboir home at this place. Misses Emma Barnca nnd Marga. ret Clark spent Weduesday with friend iu Hartford Prof. J. D. Coleman, Frankfort, Las been with bis cousin, Mn. Sarah A. Taylor, for sevoral days. His slater, Mia Bailie, has been very ill thero, but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Barnard,Lnuis-vllle- , viaited friends here Saturday Una. La I'oikt, 1137 Uumboldt St. and Sunday, TypMd favvr lett dm with hrart trouW ot tlio moat aerloua nature, VothtiiK tli Prof, E. R. Ray, wife nud daughtdoctor gava had any effect. I had aaveM was unahle to IU tho er spent a few days in Butler county pains laside heart, andthan thrco tulnutm t ruy left tor mora at ailioo. Mrhsartseemed to mlu boaU, ami lait week. Inwnlchtteeim4 I had amotherlnKspulU, my erery breath would bo liuc. Wo i.Tr- fMus Bells Sawders, Morgantown, dently saw an adrertlseiueat of Uipouding her vacation with her Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure parents at (bit place. and Restapatlvo Vervlne. and purchased . of oach. ATtur Mr. Martin Wise, Louisville, Is bottla frntthl tw liftAiltuklnc tho remeUlcta In A chair and sit waaIt. an hour, and In a short. tlmo 1 was aDlo u viaitl og relatives here. Arm:. An llshthnimawork. I shall b evurffratef4 to you (or your wonderful medicine. Yru V "MUSI ortAB. LA POINT. Mis. F, A Paul, of Donaplun, Mo , Dr. Wiles TUart Onra is sold on a posltly who has been spending several weeks cuarantoothatthaflrstlwule will benesi. a bottles forts cr with her daughter, Mrs, Wm Wco. ward, Beda, has returned to her Dr. Allies Heart Cure home, Sunday. spent vii-itio- wn-itMj- e, rl1 Ym;t' 11 """" :$... Hartford llepublican I'niDW. Auntwrai, i8y6. "free silver" DENOUNCED INTHEPULPIT. Srt York' I'miiiOiin l f r Till km IIitIUt l'rcnrli. Lung., l.tinnrt- mill I.nrcmy. - In n sermon on "The Coinage Heresy," delivered Inst night In Cols li vary Baptist Church, In Ve9t street, by the Rev. Dr. Kob crt S. Mnc Arthur, he said that most ol the speeches he had read on free silver were made up of equal parts of lungs, lunacy and larceny, says the New York Times. Dr. MacArthur then said that the men who voted for the Chicago Plat-iorwere voting to enrich the silver barons and to gratify the laudable ambition ol a young man to become President of the United States. The tixt from which Dr. MacArthur preached was "Provided things honest In the sight of all men." Romans, Chapter xil , part oi the seventeenth verse. "No man with an enlightened and between the Apostle Paul and the Fifty-seventm i2fc measure strength with Keys w ill show It and thi! votirsof the district tthtnild If know wholu the people prefer party ptidc compel. out DuiuocmUc friends to Ignore our patriotic ofTir then the voters of the responsibility of disunion rests. "Ben C Keswlll submit tn n primary n all Irce silver men, but if in fused thin pitvltege will ,;o helote the people at the regular election, having the rclitsiil of the Democrats to meet him ns their acknowledgment that he is the popular bimctnllist In the wtjCW'iVli " IN INDIANA Gonoral Directory. STATU The Farmers for McKin- ley Sound Money. j OFFICIALS. lllgtllll. Governor William O. llindley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth- Secrctaryof State Charles Finloy. race." tn.t Democrat Cannot tolls Ills Sllrerlte. Total Mr. SarnueJ Dickson, of Philadelphia, 50 000 a lifelong democrat and an Influential They will vote as lollops this jeer: citizen, haft resigned ns a presidential For McKinley ttud sound money. elector on tin democratic ticket. 26,000 Among other rensons for his action ha Republicans Democrats gave tho following: 15,428 Cromwell. Court conveuea first Mouday lu It is merely paltering' t Ith tho truth Populists ; March nnd August and continues three to pretend to acquiesce tn tho experi- Prohibitionists 821, weeks, aud third Monday in May and ment of trying to mako tho product of a day's labor In a silver mine worth November two weeks. Total for McKinley . . . . 42,249 two or Ato times as much as the product COUNTY COURT. of a day's labor In a gold or on iron For Bryan and tree silver: John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. mine. At tho prexent time tho results Republicans D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartlord. 1.521 of a ilaj'a work in one occupation arc E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Democrats 4.890 wortii approximately nnd In tJic long , Court convenes first Monday in 1,161 run as much as In any other. To aflK Populists each month. an artificial taluo upon tJlver ore Is a Prohibitionists 179 QUAltrERLT COURT. dishonest and unjust discrimination Begins on tho third Monday in against every other arm of Industry, Total for free silver . . . . 7.521 January, April, July and October. and when It is done by calling It a legal tend;r ,t b done Rt McKinley 'b majority over Brjati & cipcM0 of COURT OK CLAISM. i wery m community except Co , 34 49S a Republican gain of Convenes first Monday in January, S the money lenders and tho money over Presidential vote oi 1892 aud Tuesday after the fourth Monday eh"Kw' among the farmers. The silver sen- in October. 06UNTT With currencies of different valuoin OFFICE!). OTHER circulation, tho money lenders always timent is swiltly disappearing nnd G. S. Fitibugh, Surveyor Sulphur the. expense of the people, and the majority may be larger by Novemthrive at the debtor must Buffer more thou tho ber. I find gold the strongest in Ma- Springs. N. O. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. earner. It was a fuorlto Ktjlng Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartu ajuiu a uiuicraiun UMib it iuk11 rule Ul rion county nnd stiver the strongest interest meant a bad security, ami the in Ouio and Switzerland counties. ford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur owner ot money must charge far the Please publish this in behalf of the risk if thcro is a olmnoo that w hen ho association so people can see how we Springs. lends a bar of gold ho may be forced Mr. C. R. Campbell, 'Poorboueo JAMES C. Brown. to take payment In a bar of Kilter, jivst stand. Keeper, Hartford. ns tho owner of a horse wJU hcsltnto to P. S The President, Treasurerand JUSTICES' COURTS. n chance of Ixing given In lend it myself are Democrats, hut after invesFordstille. J. A. Bowling of our currency return a sheep or a pig. That Is all "The debasement tigation nnd seeing how our members Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, would be a gigantic fraud, a National there Is In bimetallism oh a practical question as between tho lender nnd the stand we Ifive finally concluded to September 19, December 1.9 crime, and a sin against humanity. borrower, and, so Htnted, it ought to tie Buforb. Ben F. GraVcs March vote for McKinley this yeir, Indiana 2G, June 25, September 24. DecemPut the man who deals In green easy to understand why, until it is farmers don't want nny of your cheap ber 24. goods on an equality with the man Stated, hundreds of millions of capital money, as you can we by the t ible. EIartford. A S, Aull March 5, who wants to debase our currency. I are lying idle which would be at tho Bftrvloo of the touth and went If they June 4, September 3, December 3. Old read the speeches of silver men were willing to gle back what they hae Woodward Rosine. C. L. Old people who require medicine to and find that they are made up of got. regulate the bowels and kidneys will March 13, June 12, September 11, equal parts of lungs, lunacy and larDecember 11. Toadstools on Unci Bain's Farm. find the true remedy in Electric Bitceny. Cromwell. Jont B. Wilion ters. This medicine docs not stimu- March 7, June 7, September 5, DeThe preacher closed by saying that late apd contains no whiskey noroth-e- r cember 5. the condition that threatened was intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and enough to cause Washington, Lincoln alterative. It nets mildly on the and Grant to come up from their Louisville Dental Co., stomache and bowels, aiding strength graves and rebuke a recreant and disand giving tone to the organs, thereloyal people. by aiding Nsture in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is Slatk orOmo.CiTY 01' Toledo, ss. I Lucas County, an excellent appetizer and aids digesFrank J. Cheney makes oaths that tion. Old People find it just exactly he is the senior pnttner of the firm of what they need. Price fifty cents F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business and fi.oo per boule at Williams & in the City of Toledo, County and Bell's Drug Store. State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Oliimnr. Dollars for each nnd every case ol CaDeath of Miss Ollie Allen, daughter tarrh that cannot fc? cured by the use of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Allen, who of Halt's Catarrh Cure. American Dollar In Alexlea. FRANK J. CHENEY. A man may get a meal, and when he dleo at her home near Smallhouse, on Sworn to before me and subscribed puts down an American dollar in pay- the 1 2 th, Inst., ol ihfl.iualion of the 1 1 4 W.M.St. in my presence, this 6th day of Dement will got back as change a Mexican brain. She was sick only a few days, cember, A. D. 1886. dollar which contains six grains more 15 j ears old and will be greatly , . A. W. GLEASON silver than our own. lie gots a demonShe is sr.M. stration of tho fact that it is tho credit misel among her associates 1 -- w ' Notary Public. of our government which keeps the sil- through with hei suffering, sicknesn Gold Crowns J5 to f 7 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- ver dollar afloat at 47 cents more thau and sorrow nnd h i gone up higher. Porcelain Crowns J to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made ly and acts directly on the blood and Its intrinsic value, Just as It keeps Its We extend to the bereaved patents no matter how much you puy) . $3 of the s stein. paper notes, which have no Intrinsic mucous surfaces $1 up Send for testimonials, free 3 4t value at all, at an equality with a gold our heut felt sympathy in their nad Gold fillings F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. dollar. Tree, unlimited and independ75c DeAr parents weep Stiver filling bereavement. Sold by Diugglsts. 75c. 25c ent coinage ,at sixteen tn one" would not for Ollie die U resting on that Extracting, pet tooth Painless extracting with Vitalized Hall's Family Pills nre the best. mean dollars worth even lens than Mex- bright celestial shore, wheie sorrow, Air 50c ican silver dollars. Extracting iree when Artificial pun and buflciiu is no more. We Will sliilly Ariiumlllie tlnir. Wh Tlili FsToritlimT Good citizens who are identified know it was hard to give her up, Teeth are ordered. Office permanentSilver can be profitably produced In but just look to God who can heal all ly located with the Democratic patty are unable at CO cents is to accept the Populist Chicogo plat- ,thlu country here for an ounce. It 09 bleeding hctiti. Sisters and brothers ,now selling a fraction over Aconts Harvest Timo! candidates, and in order cents. Tito mine owners ask, and the think not that Oliie has gone from form and its UFROF to insure the defeat ol the anarchistic Chicago convention is ready to agree, you lotever for you can boon meet BRYAN AND SEWELL. doctrine:) of repudiation and dishonor that the government shall make their her on that bright celestial shote, 'product worth $1.20 for coinage Only authentic Oiography of the will for the first time vote the RepubWhy this favoritism? If the whete she is now Man ling and watch lican ticket, sinking minor issues lor 'government which means the taxpny-ie- r ing lor ou. Wiep not think what Democratic Nominees for President ahead oi all others. Is to double the value ot sllrcr a pre-ethe welfare of tluir counUy. to fiod jnu have sent and and bullion why may It not logically be renders linn with patience what he This will be the Democratic Hand Wlml 'Ihry Nnlil. r asked to double the value of wluat, Book ol 1896 and millions will be Urn Cousin. The baby was a pretty one corn, cotton and potatoes, by making lent sold. As everybody knew, u "unlimited" market for thern at This will be the year of years for And all day long the little otic fictitious price? The sliver product oi Said: "Coo coo coo " this country is relatively of minor Imthe sale of Campaign Books, for there portance. Its. "rout value- In 1605 was When Babjnever has been such excitement nnd tick, wo faro her CattorW. The l.ither's name was Samuel, about $32,000,000. Tho copper product WLea aba u a CblU, aba crt&l for Caatorla, controversy over a National election. He called the baby Sam, was worth $38,000,000; pig Iron, And nil night long the lather said: Book will be handsomely illustraand soft coal $115,000,000. Why V.hea.fch became Mb, aha clung to Caitorta, When ah hail ClMrta thagaTttbrmOaitorU. Biiouiu tncBe products no sold at comted; 650 pages on flue paper, Cloth mercial rates and silver Ik- - doubled In Binding $1 50; half Morocco Binding 1'oiiulUta lleimiuil Itrruuilltlinl money value by act of congress? The $2 00; by mail, postpaid. Down in the First district evi Ienc j of silver craze Is, at bottom, uqjimt paterVery Liberal Terms to Agents. bad feeling between the Populists nnd nalism and the worst bunko gniiM ever fiEUltALGIA tund tig Dr lltlv.' Agents git to work quick, secure At ull uruKKi.ta silver Democrats are ahead) breaking attempted In this country. N, Y, ril 1J1 WalUtlllatWmjttljtpHu World. :i ..n 7.. ::.-- : and. AuaI niit purfid bv lla the cream oi the Business, nnd Coin out. U1I.K9 viuua. "Unu (.cut ft iloiu." CIiimms lour Atrial. Money. Send for elegant Prospectus The Populists h tve nude it proposiOur free silver friends tell us that sil cents by mail, and take orders at tion tn the silver Democrats fur n silver Is just as good us gold. If so, what AGEtVrS' IIARVEST TIME. jp ver primary to decide between the harm results to anybody from allowlnH'-- ' Finest Cmupnign DooiVs tver issued. once. Address, PUBLISHERS' SUPPNVCO. Populist nominee, Ben C. Keys, nnd the crelltor of the bank or (,'o eminent Handle one or both oi these to 67 4: 69 Euiilie Building. St Louis M . nnd coin money. the silver Democtntic can 'id ites. The anytivaltc tils choke or Inp t Why, at tale, object to jmj in tho Paducah Herat I, which is the Popitllit kind of melaU iMjrrounl? If a sllicr nilYAM, SRWM. ANII 1'HRR S1I.VRB, organ for the First district, siys that mun piefcrs silver to jrold, either rov Dy R L. Melcrtlle f Omaha "World. Pottibones Pine Point fjUsort. erninent or bnnlier must pay lt1o him, if the proposition is declined they will Herald," 500 ppages. Aho, nnd for all doliln, nil inxea, nil ibllpa-- ! Elkhart Lako, Wlaoonain. AND IIOUAUT, MCKINUIiV speak "a mighty protest." In this tlonu due the nation, stuto, eouuty or Tin jklAAAM nM .naf flii,i,,tif.r Dy Murat IlaUtend, 61 k pkcs. spiritel iisliion Editor Taylor, who is iminlclnllty, slhi-- r Is now a full ten, .". " der, and to all Intents and puipmcn We sell both ol then" books, nd bank of lake, affording; the llioat a leading Populist, speaks: "Hy refusing to pit their mm or iprlmary money, Medina (O) Oaiettc guirantee them to be the finest and beautiful sunset view, .6 acrei of . . .i.i Very Libbest issued during 1896 men njnlnst the P pulist nominee Vole with Vonr Fya ien. ........ flAivjira -- w.. w,.k..... -they u her show a cireleis (lUri-girIlae )ou a Ixink iu. count of i0O or eral Terms to Ayents on either or vnlMl ..v..-..- ., ntltl 1.1(lalllTlltflll HrlvV.., .... .... $3007 Vote for frie eolrmu aiul jou both of these books. I'rosptclus of uoailUK anu uuuiwik unaurimaeHm, fur the cause or n fear tint they will Toto to lthilruw only half the alua nn.llaiHHt.Htlld fnfA eaaaarl7 Crot)uet IIUUirsVellLLIIIIIalt UUM mRTI" II the candidate ol the Demo-eratl- c of your deMwltti, This conuliiftlnii Is 01 each by mill 16 cents lose v;rt In work quick, sicnrc lc throughout the season acconioAetjea AutH party love nflice mnre than he certain tui U tho fact that SO cent will buy only Italf as much us 100 UieCietm nltlir llmliies', and Coin for 500 RUests. Rates $3 ooto JtJ.oo dots trie success ol trrc silver, then cent ilollnrj. week, $ 2.50 a day. Por further Send I .r eleant PiruitN-ctMoiicy the ViittMS iif the dlctrlrt Khoiild ktimv formation niplv to take oid r at mice Addiess, an I oir proposition w 'I the net ' C. V PRTTtnouu, SUlMMsYCO, li h- - frt" H'lt l,e miki-i- t pi m F.lkhart I,ake, WJi CoKmllif lUnl linj;, St louia, Mo, 4'4t t. decline to 67 Wl'l lint leloit, tieu An OU-Tlm- s ty. Certain men have tried to confound that Issue by technical terms, by a cover for a policy whose result Is National dishonor. "There can be little difference between the man who trlesto give many counterfeit dollars for one honest one, and the man who wants to give the people a debased coingae man tells jou that he has When nothing to lose by trying free coinage, and we might as well try it, you are talking with a dishonest man, with a man you had better watch if you have any valuable around. "Are not some of these men who favor free coinage honest? Yesjmany of them are honest; for instance, the mine owners, that expect to make They can well afford many millions. to manage a party's politics and pay great newspapers to support them, and have many orators, orators wno will and undoubtly do demand their . .." pay in gold. "There are some silver men .who j are honest who nre actuated by a mama. There were doubtless many ' honest men in 1861 who fought to rend this Union, who shot at one clear flop, but I am certain that many of those men have more regard for the honor and honest' of this country than the silver men have. ('mill ill the tlinrrn. mrnl, After the resumption ol specie In 1879 by the U S Govern-meuhHt was accepted bv the ponding Secretary. world us our rendoption of the gold Lufajette, Ind , Aug 7 1896 standard, Iiuropc sent us within two To the Editor of The Times-Star- : jears $174000,000 In gold, which I J in Corresponding Secretary of was mine th in the Ticnsury necdid, Indinii Farmers' Assoc! ition mid albulletin rut so ns was announced in I am in ol same thorizinn its use in regular TruiMir position to state positively how the expenditures. members of our association sinnd on the present mime) question. AlBe ture to get Simmons Liver Regulator for your Spiiug Medicine It's though n lew Democratic piper ate the old reliable that did the old folks claiming that the Indiana farmers sue wish tn prove that so much good Dou't let nnjotie aor tree silver. persuade ou to take anything the to be MNe, as the Indian farmers are instead. You can always till Sim- no fools and km w when things nre mons Liver Regulator by the Rtd Z for their benefit n you will sn by on the package. Don't forgtt the tables piibllkhtd below: The Indiana fttmeis belonging to apostle of anarchy. The question, word Regulator Simmons Uver and the only great question before the Regulator better than nnj thing else, our society nre dcvldcd ns follows: people now, Is one of National hones and sure to do jou good. . . 37 Republicans . , NiialnlnliiK I ho nt Attorney Geueral W. S. Taylor. As an indication of the sentiment Auditor -- Samuel II. Stone. 011 the money question among the Treaurer Goo. W. Long. following letfarmers of Indiann the Commiesioucr ol Apiculture, ter from the Corresponding Secretary tlculturo Statistics Lucas nnd ol the Partners' Muthal Benefit AssoMonro. ciation bis much significance This Superintendent Public lustruction-Gc- o. hi. Davison. association nf larniets has n memberReghtef Lnml Office Clias O. ship of 50,000. The officers aiejohn Clark, Kvausvllle, President; N. Reynold: Insurance Bureau Uomniuwioner-- D. Hemphill, Ft. Wuyne, Vice President; W, Coraiugorc. W. O. Craft, Indianapolis, Secretary; It. Collier. Adjutant General-- D. Kulghtstowii, Treasurer; W. Knight, Slato Librarian Mrs. Marf Brown James C. Biown, I.iiajctte, Corres- Day. lltr raaLaJaHateaflrift4AIaaataaBaftaWXaaAaH for Infehts " and Children. tt.t rubric, CMtllat, many ' , Hlpnns Tannics at lllp-inTalmlcfl euro tll.xlnrn. IllpaiiR TmIiiiIcr euro lieadaelio. ltlpaim Tttbulca euro flatulence. Itlp.uiK Tnbulcs curt) dyspepski. ltlpitus Tabulea ne.lit digestion. Illpans Tabulos cure bad breath, ltlpand Tabulpa cure blllounncss. Illpans Tabulcsi ono Rives relict. Itlpiiifl Tabulea cure Indigestion. Illpans Tabulea euro torpid liver, lllpani Tubules: gentlo cathartic. Ulpans Tabtilcs euro constipation. Illpans Tabulei: for Rour stomach. Up1ns Tubules' pleasant laxatlvo. Itlpniis TiihnlPH euro liver troubles. tlrug-glrU- Jllimnn Tabulon. lllimnB Tabulea euro nauBco. . , MOTHERS, most rcaieilUa for Irlthout labeling IhtolpoltoniF ocnllrj Soothing- Byrupa, aud chlMrrn art compoird of opium or morphine? I bbbw aaas talTl I acaw ana aaa I easy eassTa TrJI Do You Know Bo Yon Know thai o lum ami morphine are alupcfjrlag narcotic polona7 Bo Yon Know thai In iiiimI countries not permillcJ loU ttarcotlt aaa Baaai ssTrJ e ar'aaaal ssm bTV aaaaB aaah bbbj w ssssa ssTrJ bTSbsb s, Baraaar I1 Pfwl SCaTeata, and Trida-Mark- ItAlUlOAl) COUM188I0KEH8. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempaey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, Brown. Tun CONGRESSIONAL. no Von Know that jroa aliouM not permit any metllMni lo b fclven yourcblU unlrai you or your phyaldan know of what till compotcd thai CaatorU tl a purely vrcttuble preparailon, and that a Hat of Ita Ingredient! la pttbllahtd with tottlefL Bo You Know UmtCa.UilaU the tireactlplljiiorther.inom Dr fiamutl Wlchtr. That It hat been tn uae forlitaiiy tl.hly'jririand that more Cattorla U nowaold than ofaUotherrtmcdlearbrchltdreiioVnibIiir.1? Mobimti flla. SouaOrnetiaOrroeiTCU, a. PATiNTOmei obtataed sad all o Von Know ety 1 11 11 Bay, Senators Hon. William 0. LlnoS Hon. J. C S. Blackburn. Hepreeoutativo Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. 8TATE LE0ISLATUI1E. J A rMMltT Icoit ot same in the Jnut free, AdJresa, J PATtHT uaoe laaa lauaa aailwa ran secure paicniia reraol Irom Waihmi ton. Send model, draslaa- - or rbnto. wllk dsserla- lion. aJrlie, if patentable or art, frae a. 1. .JM..li lli.rM 111., f.. MAl H.. lltl fa that Hit rulnit OffictlDeptttmciit cf the Uulttd Rtilea, and c other countriet, have luuol rxclmlrt H'.ril lo Dr. ritcher and hUawignalouie the word " Cna torln and Ita formula, and that to tmlfite them la a atale prlaon oflrnae r that one of the rcaaona for granting thla goTcrnracnl Bo You waa becaiue Cattorla had beei prorru to be IiurnilcaaT Bo Yon Know '" .tt cARNOWrinn orr. U. S. and furelga wuatsiac toObtelePateau." will Orricr. WasMmaiea. o. e. ' 1 Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Barnett. OHIO COUNTY. CIIICL'IT Know prvlcctloa for 1 Bo Von ICnnxv COURT. Ton. W, T. Owen, Judge Owens ccnta, or one cent a tenet Bo You Know that when powoiedof thla perfect preparation, your children may be kept well, and that you may have unbroken that 35 nbnotutcly average doe of Caitoila itttf ' GROVE art furnbhrd 35 born. Hon. Democrats WHV HE LEAVES MIS PARTY. Populists l'rohiuitlurlMs .... ... Otvemboro, J. Edwin Rowo. Attorney Well, tlicave HiIiikh att wort'i Vnowlnr. Thtyartfaeta, 30,318 5r i.ifii 1,000 T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Rlngo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keovrn Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Ccntcrtown; S. T. Stevcni, The wlcriinliirg g,2rWas" U art TCry wrniirief Children Cry foi Itcher'c Caatorlo. nrr-ysKi- Wtf JRsaTTasTtJaaTTBiaBat111 SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY ...."... mjmk VjiiHS sdh t- i UYOOIHOTOTMt - iniiKUin Id ibe p ncwTAi PAninRQ & V$ Ifr t. Theater Ikjlldinj on 4th bet. Qreeo Walast nnd for let ronj' than t ThU If lb 1'Ucc where jot. can bat your datil work dan mur utairr office In the South. Uverr ot.ratur tit tliluQii. U an viixm! trrarlualaof not 1e than lit taririfiic',(rm?tb!r uoMUtltutO apnbl and wllUar t cl To any advlc ! ulnlui: to either yuir uataralurartttit.lj.1 teeth Womal.ectr braaihcf ditItrapoiallj. ftvo star; X Urit avrt of treth on mbbor, 15.CO, cuarantml to fit and auaUtt brfnkair written crantei;lTcn with rerjr mi. Cold hlllitff$l CO aud up: rnrnSflvar fllllnrs 7Vi aH other v' flllixir. fOc Our crown aud bridge work. ir leih wlthuat plate are an tlrm. atruni iid oervUeable an your natural teeth, and at prices lower than the luwt c can extract your teeth and put In new .tue umr day. Trtk ei tract J, 25c . and wltbuut aiu. Yu iati niakti at .hilmaienuby miU AllcoMtatailia fit. A lady al way hi attendance, at ttt NOTIOC OUR PRIOCQ. CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE GOcts. IlitATtA, I IX., Nor. la, DM. Paris Medicine -- To., hi Louia.tlu. o ..ld laal year, rro boulae of t.enllemcn (lluivifs tasikI.kmI cillU.'rOMIOaaj bate bouehl three Lruu already Ihla year. In all oar ot II year. In the drw tnituieu. have uerer aoM an ankle that gaee aueh ttnlearsal aaita xoura truly, JacUua aa your luutc TA5TELEBS fr I8JUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. 0, 15,-42- LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avcnuu TlieaUr UiilldJtts:, 4th -- St., bet. Orctu und Walnut. THE- - Ausir.Caaa Tor fale by Williams & Bell. 0 I'lCEa'AiUI'IONS FOR GREAT IS B1TTLI A new p 90 tMritariliioi aveiiua rrwn but.i4. JSoitiniUeia vttrtittMir flAUriiww, Jra twiuXi&e ertaiAxivtL Ittf srmnl UlUeStcMjlaVtllMlfkl4X1hf tL IIWumihU uxX PATIENTS TREATE-BY MAIL ullrtM, wlib vuatev, tmntirntis'lr. tllnf tiitlritnn ctTpru ur mo FAXFOLKSS ltvatnttil bt di tiiii ti JBt prt ii Ol November 3 aro nlrewly well under way. DR. SNVDEK. rr SVt&SXKfi&ilii T OF THE UIITEB 10 BE ELECTED, AND SMS pr Lw "frwz. 1 RLPANS ABULES i4 I'rilr. i 11 TRIBUNE, both papers Will, ne always, ho found ill flip tliickrtf nl the fiht, Imttlinc Vigorously fur Sound Buiiiic8 l'riiiuiilee. v hirli vtiil litinc Frotprruy tn tho Nation. THE NEWYORKWEE'CLV TRIBUNE is not ,,nly tho len.linp Republican nmvapaper 111 the cinintry, but i lreEmiutintly National Family Newspaper. Its campaign new and dincuMioni will iuterot every Ainerican citizen. All the newsot the day, Foreign Correspondence, Agrictiltnrnl Department, Market Report), Fashioii 1'latPi with elaborate tlwripttims. nnd n variety ol itemdot household iiiteiet, makeup an ideal FitniiU Paper. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YOKK WEEKLY wse! nun, fr HeUW,C.MitUc. UirTrtiUtUUiUM. Ut4CwUaleThi Brvftlk, 4 mil 4to PlMaUrfa BawtU, r4r r u puwi Urtr KH TbU OntsaJV .MiUlac UJrtu W ialaMttdlkatWeOAa4ltaU4Ml, AnleUllM J(.iletU JlUUosi nCQULATC THC STOUACH, UVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BtOOit. VWl-timr Ik niPASi TAttVLr , orlt nroaraaerestdninu,or by mall. Bacjiue , 1.1. 10 emu adinM THC HIPAMS CHEMICAL CO 1 SntlXl. fTKUT, HS.VT TOBK CITT. eeeeeoeeeoeeeeeeea irrir.s.x,3irU THE QUICKEST LINE BKTWttN ( 3B1..2E5 inn- Address all orders to tho ONE YEAR .wcL"V"-:ra.c e for Ultlon, or cab MOC UIlllI IKJtllUMl i) I1AKTF08I. UEFURLTCAN. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. IUhu Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W lies Room 2, Tribune Ituildiug, New York City, and sample copy ofTHR NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to yo.t HartlOrd, 3SLy. gEPaK roeis,iLiEpmPHi. Direct Connection For CINCHHATI AMD THE EAST. Direct Connection for all Points In OWENSBORO, KY. Enter at any time. Cheap bcnrJ. Sn4 for frc UJuitraUd catalogue. MeuUouthU paper. Mississippi, Texas, Drauafion's Nashvilla, Tenn., Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California. Arluutsu, Mealco, Practical ikeromrk. Telrrarr. ttt. The judical uulfrofrtntvt acboola or tb kind In the wotl.l. ami tfie tittitroxiirj ouea In the South ludorttd by baaxcra. Bcrchjnta,inliittera, and oilitu. I'unt rtka in boakktrpins with ui are equal Cookkctt)-lir.- " lulwrlve littU brine old plan. Tbclr friaklrntlsauthsror" Draughon'a New Sntcm of which cannot be Uagbt In anv other acliool. for booVVtrfwri and tRfin flfl Etvcnlo anrcollsK If we cannot tbowmoie wtlttni spplkatlorui fire Builncaa Collrgo V U U Ui UU atenograpben, received In Imtlut mtuilAi, than any ttvokkeaploff, Penmanablp. Shorthand, TTMwrltlaff. moat lu the South, all c othintd " can aHm tn iiate Trcelrrd in the Jtvtyeari. We eipend mote mnoey la the Interest of oar Employment Department thin any oilier Bui. College In Tenn. lake In a. tuition. S3 DO Amount we have drpoiltcd In bank ai a euarantee thai we have In the pailful l.llod and vtill In the future fulfill, our ptaruntoe cm traua. IIOMU STUDY. We have prepared &&& ty& lit fast ful uhcr Texarkana, Tex. PAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PULLUAH BUrriT SLERI Write for Information to the iicereet agent ea the Chesapeake, Ohio A Southwestern It. R. JOHNtCHOLS, flcn'l Mangr. LOUISVILLE. , S. 0, HATCH, Geo KV. 1 00 ' 1'a.c, Agt o,cdallyforA0iMrfiif,bookionl!ookkccpjiit;,Sliorlhand and rcnmanahlp. lut I'lnV. IlBAttnunMwI nour hi., a Hiuon aa hockkeetxr and stenographerrnasari Southern for the Orocery Company, of this place) atary,l7re oduei r mouth. I owe 1 all to your books on bookltecplnr n J ahonhand prepared for home study- .- IrlAnnllrong, Pint lUmfi, Ark. fvmorlcnn Dues tli .mm. StoniTt I Laundry Ky., PlUNChTOX, pur-'pose- s. I Watt arery man and xoman la the UnlUa Stataa Intarailad In taa Oulum anil WLi.kr bablu to bare one of my books on tkase dia. ases. Addren II. It. Woolley. Atlanta, Cil.. llox Ml, and one will b scut jou frua. wtmcH. nt f NO 1 ICE: li yOlll la I Lsta iiiieet woik of any laundry in Kentucky. The floods (Tvork is nil guarauteeil. 'are mil torn up, hut are retilru eil in cihirl conilition. 11 subscription is rot paid, please senl in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but l,G00 ni The American Protective Tariff Leagu is a national organization advocating "Protection to American Labor and h.dusp'y" m explained by its constitution, as follows : "Theohjaaiof Wit Laagua shall bets protstt Airttncan labcp by a Uriff on Import, which shall adequatsly saoura Amartaan Indutlftal products against the eompstitlon of foraign labor, ' Laundry Slnppod on Hon-da- y, rotuvnod on Friday. Clarence Gasebier IIartfoiii), Ky. Ajjt. 0 J. R. PfRTLE W nu 'aid M '. subscriptions amount ti a gieiit deal. There ara no personal or private) profits in connection with the organization and it is sustained by membership!, contributions and the distribution of its publications. ' S CC0N D. $m!$ m whether small or Urge, to FIR8T. Corraapondanae la aolicitad rsgpfliM Maniksrshlp " and ' OrTicial Corraipondanta,' Wa nsadand welcome contribution, ili-b- THIRD. W publish a Urge line sf dooumante ooeni g all phases of the Tariff question. Cam. for 60 cant. pl.t est witl be mailed to any addr FOURTH: 8nd potUI card fer free AmarUen ruivomlis.' aamola copy of the Andreas Wilbur FWaktman, Osnaral ttaorcUrs. Iil5 Was33d8lrl,rYcrk. DENTIST HARTFORD, KBNTJLTCKY. rqut rr ,.,. i.itt. d 1 r. NoLicti!' If your subscription is iiutpsi.ri. plCas'( r? Ail ffA"'.'''!!.'' ajabua a., i.uiniiiw.h Da.l.... ....all illix.llAai ..v.a fcraM weaa organs ana loei nei.17 in rwi nil. un send iu flic money at er. iimon, aBectaof lob acco.oDlun awasco form and acta at onc - up la EynH KERVE FOOD noon the eiuil tone and araanl, deloplng Imparting- atrength, drlflof out dlaeasa germa, bealtJy.Tlgoroue aallon ta the entire astem ol old or young. pu,irrtors nCT IIIHUnnn IHU 12 W Is prepared to do any and. all kluda of Dental Operations, Prices most Office over Williams & reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalised air' or laughing air ail' ministered (or painless extraction u. teotlr Why sutler with Coughs, Colds and when Laxatiyi Drouo Quininr will cure you In one day. Does not produce the ringlmr in the head like Sulphate ol Quinine Put up In tablets convenient (or taklnir. (luarnutetd to cure, or money refunded. Price, 25 Cents. Por sale by Williams & Dell. Hartlord; K V WiUlanis.ileaver nam; A, S Anil, Sulphur Spilns; Drown & Chapman, Ccntrttowu: Co., Rockpoit, K. li, lie LaOrjppe n M m rruil io3TftVor.le.rde aHtODB ana wan. nlrhll efmlatlODI. CVll drCat iaidlseaaea, curea Indirection, dlsslnes. head- - oB Inaanlly and coniuuiplloo. once. fjftll I tlol-la- In-n- id Children Cry for , Pitcher's C&storla. ache aud aeneral debility. Kemovea blotche; and olainfia. anaedllir relayca those aflllcted with weak memory, confusion ol Ideas, ever aloa la society and actual exhtuctloo, Curea wheaotberef.il. No unpleasant afreet Ircm lUase. By mall aecutely aealed It a boa. ula boaeaU.wlth a guarantee tocureorrelundtb aooneT. ' nonvcnicnt to carry in tcbi " uocaei. "i.-- j aaareas an man gmtii u-1 NERVE FOOD FRENCH igeula, sVoulayiric, CO.. H. A. Ky., 0. We.lera M .IJlJU One subscrin ll'fl lllltlll. lllll .. 1. .:..:.. i,! fiii,usii.i t)l lOUS 1 4 .... r.. aillOUIIt don I. a. i LO U irieilt i-- U... -- Z. At: &. saukitthtaummm '.