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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896082801 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. T" fHE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Unit (o T. 8. QMNCI1 Utawer 180, Chicago, Becre Ul of the Braa AcciDtin CourAnv, for Infofinaltoe regarding Accident Inetir. net. Mention title paper. Py eo doing you can aemberahlp fee. Ilai paid over JtOOO.OOOOO lot accidental lojurlee. K9 lUlDlCAt, EXAMINATION The Haeteoed Republican. OFFICIAL Ob&AM Or aHBBBaVmlB Wi2H ARK the reeovercj .unerere, viciima nl fever and ntrii.. Ilia inircurlol dlaenacd patient. how the to covered health, enter (ul aplrlM and ;;ol appetitei tnevwllftta von by Inklnu HIM orJeptles, blllntri llnNS LlVKH LOU-L- OH un Th. Cheapeat, Pureat ttt PAETT IK THE FOUR,!. COKGRESSIOVAL DISTRICT. nice, JJeirewlon . Far and Hut family Aledlcfne In the World I BPStA. CONSTilPATlON, aflactn, SILK lllTAIJACIIH. Colic, ln. Be your own Agent. REQUIRE. VOL. IX. HARTVOKD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, L896. "SCADS" NO. 5. leffrttrflrn. .to. Thl, linriunll.tl r.niMl- - .' : ..s :.'-zl: miii.u not iu contain n bihrio pcimcie OI MCXlUKr, or any mineral auttstatice, but la ...j... PUIIEL-- - Highest of all in Leavening Power. - - 'Latest U. S. Gov't Report V fpDr H early. XaZ - - IuZ j CETTUB"T HH(UU&; Offered to a Colored Editor by a Sil-verl- te DELKER'S Brib- er. The Friends of the Boy Orator Trying to Buy Papers. to Mako Thn Standard a Silver Or gan . . . ritf Editor W. D. Johnson's Spir. Absolutely them ere lit lor, and the quicker you get from the RcpubKc.ii.ti ranks the better it will be or thepirty. Sound money nnd protection nie the watch woids of the Negroes in this cam I am yours, palgn. W. D JOHNSON. nefio- tlBll. tr Powder pure KENTUCKY. the Baking Atten- XXAVSIZIBLD THE3LE3AD. An Attempt Is Attracting T ited Reply to ' tlrutue thoOffor-o- r. ,: I l.KJHT or A HII.VI.H 1'ROOU. Stand-an- lOo 3Por oon.1;. tla. H;aac3LsOm.es1;- - -- Willi E FOR CATALOGV- Sold bynuthorized deal ers or direct irom W. D. lohu'sou, editor of the a weekly newspaper ol Lexing- tan, devoted to the interests of the colored race, la one of the most protn- ' inent colored citizens of the State. J Ilia paper enjoys a wide circulation nnd is influential among the colored people. E- I Some tlayi ago Uditor Johnson re- -' ceived the following letter, which is self explanatory; I l, Ilou'i Wnnt lu fn.i.. Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 31 The prospects for fusion between the Democrats and the Populists in Missouri are very slim, At therecent meeting of the Democratic Central Committee, Chaiiraan Cook was instructed to see what the Populists deslie. It would seem from his investigation that that particular wing of the party docs not want to fuse, to compromise or do anything which will help the cause of free silver. I're.erlpllon. Editor Morrison of Worthlngton, Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a valuable prescription, in Electric Bit ters, nid I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipation nnd SicV Head- ecuc. and os a general system tonic it hasnoequal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove Ave , Chicago, was all run down, could not eat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her and felttiredand weary, but six bottles ot Electric Bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Hrice 50 cents and $1.00. Get a bottle at Williams & Belt's Drug Store. A Vnlnnblo dLfo OASTOHIA. VJtjprt. tin iirr tion of the World by Her Decided Stand on the Money Question. waiu(i a 1.0 contAUing thois Southern Koota and llerbt which an all.wlie l'roelilencs hat placed in coontrlea vrhero f.lv.r Dlaea.ea moot prevail. It will cura all Dlre.te. oau.ed by Derangement ol lha Lleer and llowcW, iVa 8YMPTOIW ot l.lver Complaint ara a bitter or bad -taite in the tnouthi VfJn In the lllck, Hide. Joints often nilalaken for Klieu-m.tljfour Stemachi Loi o( Apietite Lose of. Memory, with a painful Herniation or haviat? failed to dn anra.Milnff uhlch lUchttn have beetfUone) Debility! Low Spirits, ntliick Eellow appearance ol the"hkin and Kyea, a dry often mletaken for Coniumptlon. ouin.ume. many oi ine.e aympiom. ntteryi itAllseaac, atothera very rawi but tho' I.tU K generally me aeat ot.flio dltea.e, mhI im.t gulated In tlnie, grejit'eufferinir, wretthed- neaaedid UDAffll win enaue. Tli. followlag lilfrhly etteemed peaaona ntte.t to tha virtuea of Simmon. I.Ivor Rceulalort Oeei. W. H. Holt, Prea. Oa. B. V. It. K. to ( Rev. I.K. Feldcr, Perrv. 0.. Col. 1', K. C. SI.itcrson,l:.fi -- Sheriff Dlbb Co., Oa': lion. Alexander,!!. Htcplfcna. have "Te that tested Its virtues, peraonally, nnd know tor uy.pcp.ia, imiousnc-- a Throbbing Ileadaf he It la ttaebe medicine mil the world ever aaw. We tried forty othei reamediea before blnirnonaLlverUcKutator, but noneKavo tie mora thairtemporary relief) but tho Regulator not only relieved, but cured ua." Ed, Tkllokahi and Wi.9itKr.ER, Jliuon, Oa, HANtlFACTUUEU ONLY Br J. II. ZEILIN Si CO., Philadelphia, Pa. VEGETABLE, PROFESSIONAL CARD. Jna.H.UIcnn, J.H.R. Wrtldlnaj si 8Li:i:r. TIECELDELKEB CO., MANOTACTUIIES, Henderson-Ky- i e Don't HCop ijow to cun Tvlmrr. Tounsnu wnu.R csiso IT. '.The tobacco habit grows on a man until als nervous system is seriously atlected, itnpsriug health, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly is too severs a shock to the system, ss tobac-C- o to sn iavotcrats user becomes a stimulant that his system continually is a scientific oravrs. "Bsco-Cur- o" cur lor the tocacco habit, in all its WILL COMMUNCU forms, carefully conipoimuVd after the formula of an enimont Berlin physicians who has uied it in his private since 1872, without a failure ANaCONTINUR FlVli DAYS iiractice vegetable and guaranteed You can uio They nrc still in the lead in the Southwest and will always bo there with theii ptrlectly harmbew. all th tobacco you want wbie taking X,arge and JC.Iosral premiums "Bsco-Curo- ." It will notify you For all c'tiffcs of Fine titock. '1 hey pay the price of a fino liotr e in single when to stop. Wo giva a written premiums fur best displays of Utility, Saild.e nutl Harness stock. guarantee to cure permanently any ess with three boxes, or refund the nvmey with 10 per cent, interest. Their Imlt utile truck is improving every year and bids fair thiycar to be a is not a substitute, but 'jBaco-.Curo- " The usual purses will be given, there will be uo enrecord breaker. a scientific cure, that cures withDou't be afraid of trance fee, and everybody has the same clmnrc. out the aid of will power and with no frctzo nuts, you have got a show every time, and if your horso is the ipcnuvehlence. It leave the system as punt and free from n cotiuo astho fastest you get the puree and it cist you nothing to cuter. Jar you took your first how or smoke Bsco-Cur- o Off and craned Cured By SHE Thirty poun ds. To see the Races from the Grand Staud has beeu reduceil to 10c, so look out j, I From hundreds of te.timonials, the )ou don't get left when tho rush comes. originals of which are on file, aud upcu DISPLAY SHG FLOfAC to inspection, the foil owing is present Will be up to tho usual standard, autt will be as attractive as Init year. d. Clay ton .Nevada Co. , Ark., Jan. 28,'05. Tho Poultry will bo GrsUclass. Tho premiuirs are good, and the quanCo., La ?i Eureka Chemical & Mfg tity and quality of tho exhibits are better every year. wroso, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty fysils used tobacco in all its Jdrms. years of that time I JFctwWty-flv- e ji crops are good; the people have been staying nt home ami want giest sufferer front general do- - Is WlUy arid heart disease. For fifteen You needn't to be au outing; so lookout fur tho best Far for years. fearsl tried to quit, hut couldn't. I afraid to bring your boys and girls, nothing goes this year but tAk'vVrrtiusrerBdla, among others entertainments; no intoxicating lirjuora of any Kind "ill he sold ami an 4iMr'ivM; .iTi.ri,fcvnt.- Lirti.ioi:- - uViibid- - Chisriassi Gbid- iREMEMBER THE old fashioned Fair is what will bo the ticket. Jc., etc, but none of them did me the DATES: least bit of good. Finally, however, 189G. I purchased a box of your 'Baco 6, 7, Curo"atuTithal entirely cured me of by Ittvor and Railroad. Excursion Bates lbs habit in all its formr, and I have increased thirty pounds in weight and For Privileges apply toT. A. PEDLEY, Mgr., Oweulro. For Premium am relieved from all the numerous List, or other information, apply to the Secretary. aches'autl prins of body and mind, I coqldV rite a quir'o of paper upon my changed feeliug and conditions. Yours respectfully, P. II. Mahiiuky. Pastor 0. P, Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. So'd by all druggist at $1.00 per .tower three boxes, (thirty days' treat written sjsut),,J2 50 with iron-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt Thli la tho tat market and oura la tho boat houan to ahlp to. W make llboral on conilinm.uta, BealdM wa Ivar batter fafCIUea than other hoaaea la hiring Write lor booklet and ojf price. maur Urn. faatorloa to aupplr. We ol you tha too prlea and par apotcaab) Dot la proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mfg, trada. Wo tnTallus amenta. Ship all jour wool mud farm produce dtract to HBRNDON-CARTB- R Crosse, Wis., and Boston, CO. ' ZAUIByiLLB, XT. 37-- 0 mo. Was. 110 Third Btraat, or 813 to 310 Karrsll Court, The Daviess County ' IS a ueire FAIR o" fash for 189&. OCTOBEE t3a. ai3HKlKAHO 5fl05glK aAei$. Pll2S AOMISIOK HACt J iw-W- first-clas- f h& f respets for th fair 8,9 & 10, first-cla- ss OCTOBER 3D3FLO I3C.TOI3D,I2reSl;. OXV33.fSfD03tr.O, l.y ad WOOL. WOOL. w-;- . -- . oda Py- - VI PHEARSON'S LETTER. St. Louis, August 11, 1896. W. D. Johnson, Esq , Editor Lexings I ton Standard: Deir Sir: I am sure you are not personalty acquainted with me, but Repub- nevertheless I am a iong-U- fe Ilcan and have always advanced both ' civil and political rights ol the Ndgroes as well as ray own race. I am not sure of the fact that you are advocating the gold standard, but I know that you are a Republican and of course are with the majority of the Republican party. I say again I am Republican and I am in favor of the free coinage act for the betterment of this country, bnt I do not consider it necessary, at present, for me to discuss the nutter in this letter, but apprehension seems to exist among the people ofV this country that if the sound money men, or gold standard are successful in the near approach ing election the lives and property of the poor people will be endangered. Now, it is well for you to understand that there is no diflerence between the Democratic party and the Republican party at present'on the question. I am t Republics)!, not forgetting the principles of Republicanism, but this it not a sectional fight, as all of us are concerned Id restoring the country from Democratic blunders, so vou see voting for tree coinage would help us out of the mire, and I am sure that you can help us in the struggle. In order for you to understand me and for the good of your race, I will niske you the following proposition: I am preparing a series of articles of twenty yea's 01 woeful mismanagement of o ir National aflairs, and if you will agree to my offer to publish each week in the columns of your naper these nt tides with additional editorials each week favoring the coinage of free silver I will send you a check for $1,000 (one thousand dollars) payable nt your bank in Lexington or anywhere you Sa desire for me to deposit it, provided that you send me a letter stating that the offer is accepted. If you, howeVer, are not inclined to accept and feeling that you would b- - justified to publish this letter, I would ask that you withhold my name, as I do not care for any one to know that I am in correspondence with you on this subject. Let me here front you as early as possible. Respectfully yours, C P. PHEARSON. (Sigtel The letter is simply an attempt to bribe an editor,. It fhows that the silver men are not as honest as they press. are painted by the silver-plate- d Editor Johnoou replied to the letter from Pheaison in the fallowing plain language. JOHNSON'S LETTER. Lexington, Ky., August; 19, 1896. , I llrynn Might Ilnvn Been a Roller. Bryan would have been abolter had the Chicago Convention declared fur honest money. He himself said so at Birmingham, Ala , in June, 1895, in these words: "Nothing in heaven above, or on the earth below, or in hell beneath could make me support a gold standard candidate on a gold standard platform." Don't let anyone persuade you to take anything else instead" of Simmons Liver Regulator. Some merchants will try to do this but not for your good. They do it to make a little moie profit on something which is The Ideal rnnneen. of an inferior quality, thoagh you James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicamust pay just as much for the bad as for the good. Be sure to take Sim- go, says: "I regard Dr. King's New mons Liver Regulator and nothing Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for else. Look for the Red Z on every Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, having used it in my family for the package. last five years, to the exclusion of Hield & Hotbrook defy all compes physician's prescriptions or other ti Hon in the BuggyCatt, Spring preparations." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, Wagon or Road Wagon line. Call writes; "I have been a minister of aud be convinced. the Methodist Episcopal Church for Five I'olnu on Honey. 50 years or more, and have never First That there is not a ftee found anything so beneficial, or that coinage conntry in the world gave me such speedy relief as Dr, that is not on a silver basis. King's New Discovery." Try this Second That there is not a Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Botcountry in the world tles Free at Williams & Bell's Drug that does not use silver as money Store. along with gold. d Third That there is not a Remember our campaign ofTer.TllE country in the world Reftdlican from now until after the that uses uny gold as money along election for 25c ts, cash. with silver. Field & Holbrook have a complete Foutth That there is not a sllver line of the very best buggies to be had standard country in the world as much in the market from which to select. that has mote than money in circulation per capita as If you want' a bargain In a buggy, spring wagon, cart or road'wagon, the United States has and, call and be supplied at most remarkaFifth That there is oof a country lu the world bly low prices. where the laboring man receives fair pay for his day's wotk fohn G. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treasury. to-dgold-standay silver-standary one-third silver-standay rd The Philadelphia Press has the following comment on the political sit' udlion in Kentucky; "In no State outside the Eastern States has there been such an uprising ol Democrats against the Chicago plat f urn and ticket as is seen in Kentucky The t'nosl influential Democratic newspapers and the most prominent Democrats in the state have re. pudiated Bryan and announced their Intention of supporting McKinley or a sound money Democratic candidate. The bolt has gone so far that it has become a revolution and is likely to affect political conditions in Kentucky for many years to come. It is encouraging to see Kentucky taking so decisive a stand for the right in the present crisis. It holds out the hope that the state has permanently burst tha bonds of the pre judices which have held it enthralled so long. Fifty years ago Kentucky was one of the leading anil most influential States in the Union. The sturdy stock with which it was settled promised to keep it in the forefront of progress. It was about the same area as Qhio, but has greater natural resources. Ohio, however, long since passed its neighbor in population and wealth and all the of 'civilization. This progress has been due to the liberal and enlightened spirit of its people. But the promlsas are that Kentucky is waking from its long sleep and is rapidly absorbing new ideas. No more signal evidence oi this could be given than the states adherence to the sound money in this campaign. If the same spirit continues to pre vail, a few years will see a new progress begun, the great resources ot the State drawn upon anew and its wealth and population greatly increased." LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderaon'e Baiaar.) GLENN cfcWEDDlNG. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in aL thecourts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties, and court of Appeals. Special attontion given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. pram square. M. L. CTaraos -- Aw. Smitli, T AW IIARTFOHD. KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of pur!i f Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Shelby Taylor. Heavrin. HEAVRIfU TAYLOR, Attorney at Law. Beaveb Dam, Ky. HARxroRD, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoiaing counties. Also Notary Public. Office,, it Commercial Hotel. Perry Westerfield. Attorney at Law,- R. H. WEDDING - Will practice his profession in all tk courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Officeover ty Bank. Also Notary Public. " Ohio-Coun- c Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. im:. iB.A.iEsiisrETi', DEL ,, 3P. Donley) (tbnnfy 3NrE3-A.ai- Attorney ai JCaw, Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Ofiica North sido of public square. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col' making Ac., JNO. B. WILSON, HArtTFoKD, Ky. Will practice his profession in all she Courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smkh & Co., Market Street. Attorney ai jaw H. E. LEESIMMERMAN, iDr.. fi. umaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, fiVANSVILLU, Office IND. 4i6Upp. First st. Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Kt., Will practice and adjoining given to his care. building. his preletainn iu Okie counties, aipectal to nil business entrusted Office iu Repuiilican J.B. VIOKERS, lirutue It hatilmill il OASTOnXA. Blood Poison. Un ttrr Contagions Blood Peltou has been ap- called the curse of mankind, t is the one disease that physicians cannot cure; their mercurial aud potash remedies only bottle up the poison in the system, to surely break forth in a more virulent form, resulting in a total wreck of the system. Mr. Frank I). Martin, a prominent Jeweler at 936 l'snsylvania Ave., Wash- iUKton,u.i;.,saye: I was for a, long time under 'treat meut of two ol the best physicians of this city, for a severe case of blood nolsoii. but my condition crew worse an the while, the fact that Ibey charccit me three ViuH A'J' j.?H,,,tif1r,t ilrdlnra. y My mouth was filled with catiuif sores; my tongue was almost eaten away, so that for three mouths I was unable to taste any solid food. My hair was coming out rapidly, audi was in a horrible fix. I had tried various treatments, and was nearly discouraged, when a frleud recommended S.S.S. After bad taken four bottles, I began to get better, and when I hail finished eighteen bottles, I was cured sound and well, my skin was without a blemish, and I have had no return of the disease. S.S.S.saved ate from a life of misery." S.S.S. guarantied furtlf vegtiaoit) win sure any case 01 uiuuu lfceytTOuiai . Health very hail 111 ntir comtntinity Mr. Caleb Wright's family ato nearly AtlKVrM COIXIXU MUSKY NCI.I.IXO all sick with typhoid fever and chills uvn oi' Nearly.all tho (amilias hvinn in or Mckinley and hobart, near tho huttoms are having chilli. or 40 ears the Dy Murat Halstead, About. 15 pupils aio out of school nu most famous Journalist in America, 5 l6t account of eicktirsj and others which agisted by Hon John Sherman, Gen. C. II, Grcsvenor and Hon. Chsuncey have not started on account of sickM. Qipew. Mr. James Howard and son ness. "Also contains complete I)ioj;rapliy are both Improving Iron) an attack (it of Hod, Gartctt A. Hobart, nominee Mr. Abb Stevens' typhoid' fever. .or,'YJ"-Presldent- . baby is improviuir from an attack of 'No eatupnitn Book equal to it has brain fever. rer, been' pabllshed. The illustra- Mr. George Bukerismuchtroublde 'tions are rich and beautiful, tncludlufj up la 'over the loss of a mare stolen the 2nd Mrs. McKinley. and all the FRENCH KtRVt FOOD hU.,' CO.- ! T..1.. ..,.1 LU... I,n ,uill ,.!,, 9S ln "7. . , treat national leaders! also persons , 1. 7, Z "" "" ',... ," i...m.. , ,.b" ,..wu .... prai. .Yitem aunairjiinHi ..aicium, .... Iuw, K1a. and places of general Interest. 600 HI ouamthe cntlriImpartlnf ol eld actios to al 1. sp llt iiv KU " vis uiw to look for pages, printed on fine paper; Cloth Quickly raatorea LOST MANHOOD, CvrCB Mill aaomnia a.a Binding ft. 50. Half Morocco Binding In lusck. natrvOuiBtlfl. aflacta o( ..It CDtlM. her, .Itisuuirttu gray mure, three escctvta ad ladliMrctloai. Re.torce auia 0jrsohlIa4l spring, with a wart weak rnm and loat vitality In MALC OR $1 00; by null, postpaid Ol rriiAir ittmovfi flctiand tODacco,optuaa - nmik on tinlit breast. Very Liberal Terms to Agents aoDaumDtlo.B4Uacor,wrat oRlaMnnv WANT15T-SEVRR- lie t'alii TtUa. MAUAN. AI. or women to travel lor responsible established house in Kentucky. Salary $780, ptyable flS I'osllion per-- , weekly nnd expenses. tnanent. Kcleience. Rnclosed envelope. The stamped Star UulMIng, Chicaso. ed C. P. Phe.1n.0n. Esq. My Dear Sir: I am ,n receipt of yours of date the 14th lust., 'and in reply I will say that I am a Republican and propose to uphold the platform adopted by my party in National Convention assembled lu St. Louis in June, 1896. While it is a hard struggle for me to maintain a papet for colored people, I would a, thousand times rather isuspeml publication ot The Standard that) touch one cent of NOTICE: If your subscription is rot paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 subscriptions amount to a great deaj. tea. C'lnbblnar We will send TtiK RcrunucAKand either ( the following named papers for one year for the amount opposite Look over the list and each name. see what you need and give us a call: $8.aj Dally and Sun. Courier-Journwithout Sunday " . , . 6 25 Semi-Weekle- Aitorney at aw, HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in alt the Courts oi Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special atOHico tention given to collections. with County Attorney, Who .an think of mm etmple thing to patent! Protect youe tda.j they may brlnz you wealth. Wrll. JOHN WKUDEHUUHN k. CO .Pat.nl Attoi. u;a. Waiting too, D. C, for their l.tui prieo ofCr aad U.I of two honored taveotlona wanted. ARMISTEAD JONES, Wanted-- An Idea ai the one thousand fer. dollars you of- Ijnd ' K.;...TrffAWi15 !"? lf ..-- .a 2 1 it' i ttrae. uoai uetay.oruer unc usrvest .1 .iiti. Piospectus by mall, only 10 cents, I ZS&GiSflriRXJSg'cSZ ..1.11 tnavJii --vtiii w.o At ruMrmiA -Ib .iVaHatcVrtly M.lcdlito rem " fiiafcrlhri fall. Ma utiultaiAllt Instil f U I H'V bozea 15. with a fuaraatea to enre or refund tha and BlStllng, Address, li mm' llfflSff'.iT'iU oracraveat pockeU 10 , rUBLISIIURS' SUPPLY CO., rnrNr.u Asenta, Luulavlllc, Ky V. U. A. nfrve ronnco. Mo, 67 Ac 69 Rtullle Building, St. Louis, wcatcra . j. n--.- AgatS SCt qatClCiy lor now ... IS ,. your atopa .Ifhtljr emlalona, c It dte.ma and watt- mifiiii. ir.e Udlreatlon.dlaalneaa.hcad- acfa. and v.ncr.1 deblUly. Ueeaovea blotchca ;isvrf;:- V.ii.a tho.. amieted Hcltt ol is ninving along very nicely with un uurolliiiLMiitit 4& at present. """ - Ziuijitt. OA.mTorvxjk ra9&E8? vrttfat. frr And I may inform you that I am Negro ready to go no subsidized among my people to cheat them out of their votes. Furthermore, I want to inloitu you that I have too much respect to be a panderer either for Republicans or Democrats, andtheie-for- e never was aud never sballbe sub-ieto the will of any man. I want my people to be paid in money of the highest purchasing, power. They cam little enough forthelrlabor now, and I would be recreant to what I conceive to be ray duty where J even to llhteu to you ran vice, ine negroes In Kentucky have more manhood nlu.ut them than you would give y Globe-Democr- 1 75 . . . . 1 75 Weekly Courier-JournLouisville Commercial . , . , 1 25 , . I s5 N. Y. Tribune N,Y, World I 65 Chicago Inter Ocean , , . , . 1 40 . . , , t S Home & Farm We would be glad to seud you any This of the above named papers. ofier is good for new subscribers and old ones who pay one year in advance al tbrlce-aoweek ' No. 41. daily West bound I, Louisville 7 55 a L Biandenburg . . 9 sz . 9 49 L Irvingtbu . . LSlephenpoit . . 10 a8 . LLCIOvetpoit 1047 . , . 1 12 I, I.oillavlllr.lleuil.rxiil A HI I onla Kail way Co' lu I Heel Jliliel. ... . No. 43. dally 111 6 30 7 55 9 18 put 8o 8 58 - llav-esvlll-e 1 Ar Henderson . I LOvtensboro . , . is ( 15 15 pm 10 9 44 48 55 ... No 43. n Esit bound L Henntricu daily No. 44 poison. Hooks on and iu ucau went, mailed free by Swift .Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa. sss thedisease . . . 7 20 a m 2 55 L Uwensnoto . . . 0 25 J 55 L HawMvilte . . . 9 3J 4 53 LCloterpost , , ,.9 5 daily pm I T Mri1iinnrt 10 si L Ii'vitiaton 639 L niAUilonlmrir . II 18 12 4S l in 8 B,JW Af Louisville ... In'lt . . '- 6ttrj Hartford Republican NAM A.ANIII'.ltNtlN Tin sr. who voto fur free silver voto for free trmlo. ' HARDINSBDRG The Domocrats of Breckinridge County Hold Their J One of tho licet mathematician and Subscription, $1.25 por yoar one ol the most intelligent politician in Kentucky has been tlguring on tl e I'KIDAY, AUOUnT 28 I896. vote ol this State by district, nnd at tor allowing the "Demollst," or Rry-- an Rates and Torms party for moro than wo think they Subscriptions ft. 25 per annum In advance. are entitled to, gives McKinley a ma 1,kmI notices 10c per line first In The plurality ho sertion and 5c each subsequent iiiser jority ol 0.000. Large contracts special rates. puts much larger tion. Calls on candidates nud political Iilllor Convention. No Enthusiasm and a Small Crowd. , Atiff other political topics that they knnw nothlnsr about, ns though the fate of the nation fleittridn on their veidlct. These lellows are mfasltes. Inr thrv toll not, neltlierdothoy npln: et they live, ornt leastthev exist. What does it profit a man to upend his time In bootless discussions ol subjects which his opinions can not alter in any way, nor would he be richer Is his views should be carrltd out Gentlemen, It you will eschew politics nnd employ nutter 10c per line. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION f JmBI 7 i y L t . ilLV - X Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1896. for l'renldriit. WILLIAM MoKlNLEY, ofObin, for Vice l'rraiilenl. GARRErr A. HOBART, ol New Jersey. For CouicrrMi. JOHN W. LEWIS. Prom 4th District of Kentucky. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Large 0. S. Deming, Mt. Olivet. At Large S. H. Kasb, Manchester. First District W. S. Masou, of May field. Second District George II. Tow-er- y, of Dixon. frhird District- -J. F. Taylor, of Glasgow. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, ofHartford. Filth District Charles S. Stiglitz, of Louisville. ' Sixth District D. B. Wallace, of Warsaw. Seventh District John L. Bosley, of Taris. Eighth District N. Dauiel Mites, of Nicholasville. Ninth District Robert Buckley, of Alt. Olivet Tenth District ackson. of Somerset. J. B. Marcura, of Eleventh Distnet II. G. Trimble, A vorE for Bryan and free silver means a vote against labor and against your own interest. Jno. D. White is contesting the nomination of Congressman Colson '11 te Eleventh District. McKinley aud honest mency nnd a chance to earn it, is the watchword of every true American. A vote for Bryan and free silver means a vote tor the western mine owners and against your own interest. reform that brings the nut in debt 813,000,000 a month and closes factories and compels thousands and tens of thousands of mechanics to live in enforced idleness may be all right from a Democratic standpoint, but it isn't the kind of tariff reform that McKiuley stands Wabash Tribune. for. Taiiiff nt As Major McKinley said Monday to a delegation of a thousand pottery workers from East Liverpool, O., the people have more time to devote to politics this years than they bad four years ago, and mean to recover the business they have lost. "They know how they lost it, they know where they lost it. nnd they know how to get it back, and they mean to do it. They will not follow a party whoso politics imperil our financial integrity and.thchouorof tho county." news to tho Republicans of this end of the 4th Congressional District to learn that tho Hon. Jno. W. Lewis is met by enormous crowds wherover he is billed to speak. Tho peoplo are elmost unanimous for McKinley for President, Ho him. bart for Vice President, Lewis for Congress is a ticket worthy the supi port of ever truo patriotic, and a vote for tho Ripublican ticket moans a voto against repudiation and for homo products nud liuino people. Vote lor Lewis this fall Iris cheering There were seventeen jurymen callG II, Likens, trustee of 011 .Mr last Thursthejury fund, in n day and it was suggested that a vote be taken to ascertain each man's views on the currency question. The vote being token, it was found that 16 were lor the free and unlimited coinage of silver nt the ratio of 16 to 1 and one vote for the single gold standard It was then suggested that the remaining itven be seen nnd it beasceitained how they ktood on the currency question. This being done It was found that six favored the Iree coinage of silver and one the single gold standard Tims it will be seen genthat only two out ot twenty-fou- r tlemen Iroin different portions of the county are tor the single gold standard The ubive 24 men were cotupoi. ed of Democrats, Republicans aud Hartford Herald. Populists. In proof of tho truth of tho forego ' lug aworti'in the Jfernhl is requested ed I au.l piplilleior cao'i j irynnti interviowud am! how ouch voted, or to acknowledge by its failure to do, that tho foregoing U a 'caiiipaiglin lie" of its own manufac- topuMbhthensinei ture. I III I !' fWHl WUiVi All 1111 IAUS. W Bt Uuh k0 rnp, futMQuud, Um H wia vr aruuMu. II' The Populist Denitcrats assembled to day to select 'elegates to the Congressional Con- CYCLE NO Monday the DemocratlcConvcirim ventlnn This at Iilfzabethtown e convened nt the W'nt cmi ity to be sure was lor Mr. Murray crowd licked In numbers the) for ConctesMii 111 I10111 this district. 209 tie Populists in Kentucky Must Notwithstanding this is Mr Mur j made up in noise. It was, said I.) :s.-- sr Fight Tholr Battlos down stairs without clasping mj hand JEJ23 some ol our older citizens t tint tt amc ray's home county, nnd that this Is over my heart and resting, In fact, It Alono. by lar the must noisy ctowd that also n President! il yrnr, there was one would almost take my breath away. I sufever assembled In convention in Hart precinct the Hewleyvllle piecinct in fered to I did not care to live, yet I had "VoU much to live for. There la no ploasuro In I.KXtNC.TOX.Kv , Allg. 22 ford. The house was called to order which no precinct enventiin had life If deprived of health, for life become by Chairman G. B Likens and Mr. been held, ho tin; in route degree can with nil certainty," said a geno burden. Hood's Sarsaparllla doca far ' Jo B. Vickers was elected to preside the great apithv existing among tleman on the Inside of political af E HA VK CUT Till: PRICE- Smoro than advertised. After taking one fairs, "that there will be no fusion of bottte, It la sufficient to recommend over the body, aud Mr. Iteber M Democrats in this cqunty. way elected Secretary, and the The convention wis cwisplcimts Kentucky Democrats nnd Popullt-titself." Hits. J. K. Sunn, Belolt, Iowa. OX sub convention proceeded to business because of tl e abaci ce of fome of our Though the .rnos!tloii oflu-lo- u Our T.p Top Wheels Itoduood 10 $50.00. without any further ogranizitlon leallngc tizeus who were once high raittetl by the Populist committee to Victor, vJapoleon, Barnes, Monarch, Overland R. Hoi brook offered a resolution that up In the councils of the D mncratlc Major P. P Johnson at Louisville has Write lor fnluloBUo and Spooinl Cnsh Discount Ohio county's vote be given to Hon. Party, but who nre mw Mil d with bten t iketi undtr advisement, the D. R. Murray first and Hon. D II. National Democntic Party, or else answer to ba yi yen nn Mondaj will aflT As We Will Save yoa vonoy mean that the Populists mus.t fight Smith stcond. This raised n howl are supporting Mr McKinley the One True Wood Pnrlflrr. All ilntRKlsts. II. Rock The convention was called to order their battles in this State un ildcd by Is from Sweeney men, who ravel nnd Prepared only liy V. I. Hon.! . Cn. Iinrll. Miim, by county chairman Jesse Wbltworth the Democrats cavorted while the Chairman poindon J Horv-P'who stated that the object of the "The proposition which the Popued for order. Mr. F. L Felix declar Mr. "gathering" was to select delegates lists submitted demanded that they ed that under that resolution SOME POOft DEOTORS. Sweeney stood no show; he had been to attend the Elizibethtown Convens be given two of the Democratic electk Orel Cor orations Which Irr Sitter nnd that conventions, Mr. R C Richardson was ors free Mr. Likens offcre I Hon "resolved" out. Would K114I1I to I'limt 1 heir crwlltora. BffP Tho a substitute to Holbrook's resolution made temporary chairman nnd I. D. silvet men, Democrats or Populist, nltnlors claim to be Finally C Babble Secretary. Committees on would be accorded the right of voice, world n (j In the Interest of the debtor,, which was voted down. ,of the country, which they represent ns W. Hussy got the floor and said he credentials, permanent organization be held in the first and Second Con,bclng a Inrue nmnlorof poor pcrnons. was going to hold it, and he did hold . and resolutions wereuppolnted The gressional districts, in which they Tho creditor cltu-- s U denounced as n 'small nmnlwr of (,'iitilj hankers and It until the Chairman recognized II , committee on permunentorRanizatioa propose to put up candidates lor ConinonopollMH, banded together for the P. Taylor who tried to still the tur- - suggested Judge Milton Board for gress. purjKwe of oppressing the imifaeHof tlm permanent chairman and he was bulent waters by pleading for harmopeople. Repudiation of tlvbtH la on'iil.v Tli I'nu.e ol Mt'nllurv. ny. During the meeting Tom Stev- - chosen, The recretary of the Robert Smith rtdiocutcd by the Hllicrltc and populist thnt the men who ens cot mad and started to leave the I The resolutions which were ex- - Pale Ale Brewing Company, which pres on the tire hall several times discusted, but re-- . ceeillngly short lar a Popocratlc Con has goi.e into the hands of a receiver, 'borrow moucy lend. more numerous tbnu the men The belief that In vention endorsed the Chicago Plat is said to have admitted that the large some waywho coinage will benctltpoor turned. f rco To have yorr Dir,tnrB tnken Htoli prices not nn Excuse, It was finally decided to give Ohio form, and Mr. Bryan. Chairman falling off in sales, to which the faiW debtors by Injuring rich credHoisiaat a of all the dethe bottom of Murray first and Board appointed a committee of five urc is ascribed, was due almost encounty's vote to Mr. H. O. mands for cheap money. Mr. D. II. Smith second, and alter a to select delegates, und white they tirely to the tact that the company The falsity of assert Ions that a nchotne & speech from Mr. Murray the conven- were out the convention was enterdid not advertise, says the Cleveland dollaan Mould to pay debts In tained by fervid orator from Hon. W World. The local business man of ihelp the poor and hurt only the rich, tion adjourned. Is now at Ilnriforrt wlthhiH Floating Studio. at n few E Minor and Mr. Gustauvis Brown cannot expect to stave off a can be easily seen by looking country. Not one complaint has ever been who Js the Democralic elector for this of the prominent debtors of the crash long if he does not make a Among the great corporations which UE iv eleyiuitly equipped for the very ltet work, jjiiitrnnteed not to ld made by those using Ayer's Sarsapa- - district All is mude, tnuii Daisies up. AI gnuips made in any parlojV Mr M,nors effort was very point of informing thepublicwh.it he would 1m nble to pny off their bonded 1 rilla according to directions. Fur- - good Mr. Brown made a stagger at rice of tl) has on sale, and he can only do this Indebtedness In dollars worth SO cent room, tiny nr nilii; views ol rerideucranr niir !nut door object. standard eir.i Cabiiielt, SI per half dien; il Little Queen per dozen. thermore, we have yet to learn of a argment but he got so farout at effectively by advertising in the home nre the following: Bonded In- - (lialfrizo cabinet) 31 per il zcu. One and all nro invited to call at my itudi case in which It has failed to afford . that h, ; to make a ,andin obtednen papers. They are his mainstay, vror1--H. O. 8U HOETER. ' klcago, Ilurltnfrton&Qulncy... 1101(00.000 aud see my benefit. So say hundreds of drug-- 1 nnd so nter WAaderi , heloless going everywhere, and reaching al 1 hlcas-oo & ex. Paul... U.COO.ooo MUwoukf gists all overthecountry. Has cured about he worked himself inton frenzy classes hlcago. Rock Island & rartne. . T2.OOQ.000 Cauioo.n, Ky , June M, 1800. of buyers and selleis, and the 'elawtire. Lackananna & West'n 4&0CO.CO0 To Whom it may Conckiin: Wo tako pleauro tn tcximmendmc'to others, will cure you. Lake Share 4 Michigan Central.. 44.PfM.000 and wound up his speech by cruelly man who advertises in them in a jud, Raw York Central M.000.000 favor Mr II O. Hchroeter, the who is not only a firit New Tork, Newllaen&Hartrd 1K.000.000 your nemocrnta Villi net Endorse nnrhniu kicking President Cleveland and icious manner never wants for cus- Northern Pacific 4tCO0,O0O He bis been an)cia(aI cl!4 artist, but a euticinaii of the liixbest order Central Itallroad of New Jersey... t.0.000 wtb the petpla ol Calliooii fir over two years nud we all This is what Cbaiiman Parker, of Hon. J. G. Carlisle out of the Demo- tomers. relict very mncb to Chicago 73.OUO.OOO Northctern cratic party. Hi. pin;; you will extern! him the "hand of fellowship," the Populist party, says: Here are ea poor debtors whoo obli- have liim You cannot say that you have tried Gko. P. Svrtjir, Iilitor Calbooa Btar. The Popocrsts will have a grand Respectfully your?, gations of 1)13,000.000 are payable in we arc, "There Is no time for compromise everything for your rheumatism, un-- . coin not gold. Under a freo coinage We have given the rally here on Saturday the 5th ot or surrender. OS Flaming posters an- til you have taken Ayer's Pills. law these corporations could pny the Democrats opportunities to meet ns September. been cured ol this thousands of persona who hold tbclr Hundreds have on open ground of union, and they nounce that a "Free Silver" rally complaint by the use of these Pills .bonds, many of them held by 8,ivlng banks, Innurnncc companies, people of We accepted ,not a Democratic rally, but a "Free have refused to do it alone. They were admitted on exhi272,iOOI000 small means, etc.. In their Presidential candidate because Silver" rally will take place on that bition at the World's Fair as a stands worth of ellver. And this Is called a rehe was true and tried, nnd first in the diy. Chas. Bronstou of legislative ard cathartic form In the interest ot the mouses. fiejd, nnd for tlicye reasons, it the fame, who until recently was nn the WHAT 10 TO I MEANS. If you can't make a dollar a day. Democtats are in earnest, when they fence financially, hut who suddenly, and with unseeming haste scrambled work for a hall until you can do better; Mora Facta for Free MWarlta to reader meet at Elizabethtown to nominate n Orer. candidate.tbey should nominate Hon. down on the free silver side, and keep out ol debt il it is possible to do It means that 10 ounces of silver far of their Hon. Joe Parker chairman of the so. live within your income and you I E Durham, ns an evidence uVbt'puylng purposes shall be made, by good faith with the people, and for Populist State Central Committee nre will have less occasion to complain law, worth as much as ono ounce of the benefit of the farmers ol the dis- announced as the orators of the day. of hard times. If he spends more gold. One ounce of gold will now coin A remarkable leature ol this rally than he makes he wilt alwajs be in trict, who have been lawyers. 'Be $18.00. Sixteen ouriecs of sliver shall above par- is that ihe posters whicu invite all to debt. If silver is ever mnde patriotic, gentlemen ri'e be made to coin $18.00. come and hear "good news and glad he will have to work just as hard to 10 You can buy In any market ty!' Give us Durham." When the proposition is made at the tidings of great Joy," are signed by get it as he now works. It wehad less ounces of sllwr for iOM. The profit U iH7 per cent., or $8.6(1. District Convention, Dave Murray, J. II. Leiinin chairmin of the Peo- politics and more attention to busiIn other words. If a man borrows of Sweeney and the two Smiths will ples Parly county Committee, and J. ness it would be better tor all ol us. you $18.00 ho can pay you, U Whitwnrth chairman of the Demo"free sliver ot sixteen to one" becomes Georgetown Times. laugh until their sides rche. The a law, with $0.04. cratic Party, which erstwhile went 1 Idea ol asking the Popocrats to conLook o ut that It doesn't! If the care ol the hair were made a around as a roaring lion seeking cede anything to the men whose cie-- d Rlher Is merrOy a commodity, like part ot a lady's education, we should they have stolen, Is really laughable whom it may devour, nnd the inno not see so many gray heads, and the tin, iron or wood. If the goiexnmcnt should say $9.04 to Murray and his friends. But when cent Populist Lamb here lain down use of Hall's Hair Rtmewer would be worth of wood shall cost $13.00, would the Populists get In their work for together. you buy It? Certainly not. Two years ago these same Demo- unnecessary. Durham, and help elect Lewis, the Is worth S3 Tbo silver dollar laugh will be on the Populist side of crats could nut abuse the Populists cents. Its present ratio to gold Is about While Ulotra. More than that, they thirty-on- e to one. All the governments Many of the farmers are too severely. the house. Notwithstanding the white glove for protection, and yet are Populists, spoke in derision o( Populist measures has so long been worn, and we have In the world cannot change the coinmer-'clMillie of allter any mora than thai and will never vote lor a fiee trader. and Populist leaders. Now we be- so often heard that its popularity is d c0.1l. Iron, tin or copper! hold the painful spectacle of these TI10 morn silver produced the cheaper waning, it is still more worn than t'rnl tlieXarvra samt Pupulikt coming meekly up to It will get! Upon pure, rich blood and you need any other glove. It is particularly Would Uiwjlund, Franc or Oermany this Mine old Democratic paity and not fear nervous prostration. Nerves meekly asktug to v suitable with summer gowns, and take In paynient of debt from us for ite lor Mr Bryan, BBaaawa3jr09vwjlsPAP9iaaaaaaaaaaaaEj laaaBBBaBBiBfefei. ra' gives an air of daintiness to an $18.00, $9,9t, niiupjy because our govare weak when they ore improperly notwithstanding, Mr. Hrynn nnd the olten sliver $0.04 wild and inmlficiently nourished Pure otherwise plain attire, providing, al- ernment SIH.liOthatgold? worth of U worth p.uty lie teprcMiuts hive coolly and of blood is their proper fool, and pure Certainly not I No morn than you slighted Mr. Watson ways, that it is immaculately clean. fctu liously blood comes by taking Hood's worse taste than soiled would oecit such n Kettlemontof whom the Populists have named for Nothing debt. which Is thus the urea test white gloves. In chamois, silk, and Vice President. A Ktiuidnrd 0 exehnngo must bo in every Coat stands as and best nerve tonic It utso builds lisle thread they can be washed easiwith Uu commercial world Can't sensible Populists see that ly and often, so that there is no ex and acceptable to all concerned. up the whole system. they nre being made cats paws ol? to fit and please cuse but caielessness (or wearing Mrami Unsettled Hulneta. Hood's Pills are the favorite lamily Rodin Hood, them soiled In kid nothing cleans Is evidently opTbo AtifUMla llvrnld WE ARE READY TO TAKE YOUR MEASURE. cathartic, easy to take, ensv to operThru lu Nlnnm Inr I III- - All wienie ol any better than n white, or nearly posed to the free, unlimited, Independate. r'ri'ii I'ollinur ol Hllvrr lo Aim- ent, sixteen to one colungo of slher. It From "Review of white, glove Representwr Ireo (diver mennaaflnnn-lo- l Fashions," in Demorest's Magazine Ve!leco that means a panic; It means a C. C. Mcngel&Bro In a little pamTo the Fditor of The Commercial: erlnlsj It ed by phlet of seven pages discuss with The croi roads, fr-- e silver professlor September. readjustment of conditions, a change of financial basls It means disruption nnd their employes the silver question in ional office seekers tell the farmers disorganisation In cvry lino of trade IUT FIIhi riirluir hrnril from. a very clear and conclusive way. It that the act of 1S73 demonetized silPreo sllter means ONIJTHINft A McKinley and Hobart Club was nud manufacturing. is difficult to see lio-- a workingmnu ver, and tint not coining silver now nn ucflettlcd condition of truda that It In cuir.1 by Dr. Hell'a subscHp-io- D organised August 8, and meets reguwho reads and understand this p.,ra Iree is the c.iu.e ot the panic of 1893 will tako years to straighten out before Pit e Tnr Iloury. It curea that every graph can be for free silver: ' A and ttie three years of hard times that lar every two weeks nnd the doors tho Industries ot this country con ever time. Tint one thine id it flsiiima is I the man receiving fir labor $ :o per wrek followed. If this is true what caused are open for all different political par- begin to do a settled and legltlihato thin i f the mucous ineiuhrMie bub'lnest on a basis. Cnn tho lunu'", bronchial tubes and thrust, under our present financial policy, the ptnic of 1937 ind the three years ties to hear and to be hoard on all farmer, the merchant, tho imvbniile, concha, colilk, chrat trouble, cmtip, F M. Ilaner, our chaircan buy 232 grains ol gold, and with of hard times that followed, when, questions the laboring men cherish the hop that catarrh ol the hend nr throat, co'd in subscripit he can purchase about 8,250 grains according to Coin, silver was coined man, and next County Judge, is yet prosperity will come to them while the (he bend. "laRiippe." nrtlima. is wlirvipinfr cotteli, sore throat, of silver; woald he not he foolish to free. If not coining diver free now in politics and he Is a very short bushiest of tlic country is paralyzed and Covington KnterprlBe. lots of voice oi bo.irseneis nre all due 1,600 take 4, 25 grains of silver as proposed is the cause ol the panic ol 1893, and horse but none of the Demy Pops can uiibettled? tnrni-bra. to Inflammation ol the mucous Honey Utrne4 No the GouL for his wages, with nothing to protect the three) ears of hird times thnt cuary him. Our assistint Secretary, Dr Hell's Pine T.ir Tho silver men gitc away the cam O S. White, will be our next county a him from want but the promise of have since followed, what caused the pnfe cure fir this when they nay that iree coinage will is ii quick, sure and men who claim to know more than panic in 1837, and the three years of Court Clerk. He is a young man and "liK.,reiiMij prices." Tho one universal pniticulnr clans ol ciuuplnmU It m v Ic ii the balance of nnnklw'j" A vote bird times that followed, when, ac- is our present post master, and is a human Intcroit, Is cheapness. Tho Ideal not good lor other complain' pViisnnt to tnlie Childtrn Me it true christian of the United Baptist condition wonld le one wherein all lor free silver is a vole for lower cord inp lo Cwli, rllvcr was coinid Ilotv about that subfcrlptlon lei1 thlni4 were produced without nnd vrtll nsk for it. Ii ifi hnlniisi. order and Is a man of undoubted inwaes. nee? II not coining silver Iree now nnd buney. count? We need the money, any cost at nil. IJiery advance toward It is made from p'nc, Whrst tegrity. We also Invor deputy sheris the cinse of the panic In 1893 and that condition thnt Is to say, every O.d folk know thnt lhee wre. jiikvI. can jott ji.iv il? Send us part of it And chcnpenlng of the necessities iff Stevens for our next sheriff 'i:kai.vo. ( In Dr. Hell of life Is I.armleia iiiedit'inea There Is much sickness In this com- the three yen rs rf hird times that above all other favors we lavor IJditor agrentgaln for every body. On the other fine Tar Honey tbey nre combined followed, what ciiised the panic In Ducklon'a ArnlonSalvo. munity Anderson for our next Circuit Court hand, every Increase In tho price ot the bv new and hclenlifi; me liodn with Tun mtsr Sai.vk in the world for necessities of life Is a dlrcctnml grlc?-oh- h veKttiblc plitiu, mvitit; them re Cttti. Hrulfes, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Miss Normi and Nina Mllner visi 1857 nnd the three years of hard times Clerk. Our next meeting will be mnrkableiuedictual value Dr Hell i Rheum, Fever .Sores, hurt to the people. ted relatives in Ashbysbetg last that followed, when, according to the 5th of September nt 7 o'clock p. Tetter, Chap-lie-d Pine Tnr llnnry will nut cure was coined fiee? Coin, silver ' Hands, Chilblains, Conn, and all bllvur Campaign Cries. week. 111. Come one, come all and hear the It "III wsrd it off in its Tbo plnttorm mlopctcd by tlm sllverlto COIsXUMRR. Skin liruptlniis, aud positively cura The public school nt this place will truth as it Is recorded lor all ages to wing which eontroUed the dcinocratlo incipteucy htid k'vc rellel and coni-lor- t Piles, or no pay rerulred. It is In Its Utrr stages. There ln t be taught by Mr. John II. Wood and nutloual convention contains abundant J. S, Daugubrtv, Sec'y. auteetl to Rive perfect satisfacuion or A most unkind cut is given the come. will I.u1m Monday September 7U1, material for btlrrlng atunpalgn mottoes. another couult teiucdy on the market motey refunded. per that does not claim to cute consump lmx POIl ti.VLHPrice 5 cents A sllverltes by tl e Line inter Record. Ilcpudla.-tlon,- " "Fica KlUer Inilutlon," "Debt BY Williams Miss Mallic Tichenor, Rumsey, is , Sam I. Jonm. tion, ttiicu n claim ts a ridiculous Hell. ConflBcntlorV nnd "Iroerty The Lexington Lender says: visiting friends and Relatives ner x"..t la w dependence falsehood. Put rticlle Tct tliat tbesse fel Among the dlstinguinhed visitors "Commercial Stagnation"theare brief anil remedies that needno He to sell thentin a here. statements of alms of tho truthful lows who do the most talking are the Honey la put up WAMTIJIJ-HRVUR- AL was the Rev Sam cheap money demoorute and live certain Dr Hell's I'lue-Tar- . to Lexington Mensrs W A. Casebler and J, fl. or women to travel lor in 150, 50c and fl bntt'en. I the results which would follow their Wood left Tuesday lorn trip to the leas: Inclined to work, and I might P Jones, the distinguished Methodist responsible cktabllshed houte in Kerf also truthfully nd I that they know In M imni'ith Cave Shooting these diugvi'l doea not keep it, it will l divine ol Cartersvlllt", Gn , who says rhecrfid strains, the sllverltes can march sent upon, ucetpt ol price by the I? luckv pnvablt; $15 781, The public school nt Hickory Hill I. ..ft l.ftlf .kill, l.a ui.l.luM, H.Kfllt,, ' v Pohltlon per craze reported in to the certain defeat which awaits all I', Sullieiland Medicine INi . Sole weekly and expenses. r. I be tmtifht hv Mr C. IJ .Smith ..: , llliM.IIBa"ll uw::::i Ul IIKOI, k, libit l UIIUCI Rnclnsrtl cUonnJIrh, niiintiliicturers, PniiiitaiitPirk. Pdii'. niiiient. Reference the South is a in) th. Mr. Jones did movements liased on begiiiin; Autt 1 y)V Louis assertions has been dtmoiistrnted to htnmil envelnpe - . not tarry long In Lexington, He ar- greed, appeals to prejudice and hatred cah, Ky. There is tin ollirr r medy N itional, Star Iliilldinu'. Chicago. The , just ns Rood" When diuirrlM Take advantage ol ourlow jatc and my entire satisfaction many times. rived on the 8 o'clock a 111 C, & O of property rights. S'6- bo, be U thinking ol Inn profit's, get your lnvorlte county ptper from There nr a lot ol blowhards In Lancas. train from the F.ast, took breakfast at OASTOTIXA.. IT IS A and not ol your vte1fnre tt r who s t about tin: hotels and drug Remember Hullinuton will glyc M now until Nov, 25, for 25 cents caih iiousiuioun nhcussity aoiea from early morn until dewy the Phoenix and departed on the 8:45 I'or sile by Z. W.yne ( 1J & Dro you a good easy shave. in mlvance. Kiuliience, tyenmlgiible about Iree sllv r nud L & N, train for Much Confusion and a Noisy llAnmNsnuRO. Kv in the Court House 24 1896 Convontlon. Court-Hous- your time nt remunerative labor haid times will give wiy to good times, the money question will be settled and you will be healthier, wealthier and wiser." FUSION. linilllli.ilpKlinliili'nrv mill il. null. gives way to tho suuidiluo of hope, liapplncM and health, upon taking Hood's Sanapatllla, becnuso It :hn renewed life and vitality to the blood, and through that ImpsriN ncrvo strcn JJ gth, lgor and energy tothownolo body. Head tills letter: "Uood'sStr BaparllU wonderfully, helped me chinged sickness to health, gloom to sunNo pen can describe what I sufshine. fered. I wis deathly sick, had alck headaches every few days and those terrible tired, despondent feelings, with heart troubles to that I could not go up and flf Gloom III DELKER Bicycles DELKH i3ieycdes Are odd ' - and - Prides i. '. Mk BB HIE BIGHT HFG Kicyclo repnirngof all kinds done promptly COMPANY I Sunshine Allen Street, 0"VTII!TNr 03R.0 Bicvclos! V Bicycles!! s OUIIKNTIRBMXBOF WHIRLS. Hood's Sarsaparilla ,,, frei-slh- J Hill & Steitler, Bicvelc Sundries nt Repairing done Bottom Prices. short notice. ''.", piere is Yoar 1 H (JhanQel ulne-tenth- Green SCHROETER, the Profssional Rrver Photographer y ,,,, Photnj-raphcr- v e to-d- y y nl -- a, is-I- apcr-ftom- i) Our Guarantee you. w. a, THOMAp If your Notice! bron-chitiii, free-silv- not paid, pteaso send in the money at subscriptions once. One tion not much, but 1 ne amount to deal. great tr "' i. ptr ( t; y suo-OC- N'ou-iulie- r, 1 :: ztj... :r::"i 'self-address- ed Zfc&tfWi 1 t "k - . .tTV" BOOTS & set faro Now that the mornings arc getting cool THE OLOEST AND THE BEST tlio most prompt and for discuses of tlio throat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, As an emergency mcdl. cine, for the curt' of Croup, Sore Thrimt, Cough-cur- cffcctlTO remedy Lung and the children are going to school will be compelled- Whooping Pom uud Cough, AYER'S I)ls. Sec. of tho American llai- tlst Publishing Society, Petersburg, Vn., endorses It, ns a cure for violent colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Ilrnwley also adds: To nil ministers sulTering from throat troubles, I recommend I). to have shoes. FAIR BROS. & CO. Want to say to their patrons they have in their ennnot bo equaled. iE. M. lrtAWM.v, ' Chorry Pectoral I), AYER'S Cherry Pectoral OF THESE GOODS h Awtrisd Msdal at World's fair. ATER S PILLS Curt Unr and StorneJi Tinbiet Af Jriees ghaii are A Way The Average Merchant-"- " . Save your laundry for Lyman Will lams. Col. Ion H, Nail, lmi-wllltown the first c f.the week. 3 tf was in fiEtOW Prof. J, I) Co tm in, Pranklort.il the guent of Jils father's lamily this week. Pield & llolbnok are selling Dug gies, harness, M.nte' a Ltpdusters aud whips. , ANY FARMER fiaving Iarge -- Miss Norn Maitin, Ucavrr Dim, was the guest ot the Misses Allen this week. Mr. Sam P. Render, ol Dallns.Tcx , U spending a lew dnj s with his fath er's family. Green Daruett, a highly respevted colored citizen ot Ilnyti, dletl last v "' Families to Shoe Saturday. Mr Jno T Mneire lian been f pend. Ing sevcwl d ij s with his patents nt Sulphur's irtngs WILL SAVE MONEY BY off r,Tn Remember our c.i uu vn from now until alter the election for 2scts, cish. Rkptiilic Mr. L. nn CALLING ON US. visiting his LouUville, Mr. and Mrs B. Render, this week. M Render, is V. 'ITeiix Fc i proprietors, of fTashion. lli.bnrl Club. Last Saturday a McKInley and Club was organized at the Court House with a mcmbeiship ol 8j. R. R. Wedding was elected President; C. P. Ktown, Vice President; Gus Riley, Secretary; D.M. Hocker.Treas. urer. There was much enthusiasm among the members in attendance, which goes to show that the Republicans ol Ohio county stand ns a unit in the coming campaign lor honest money, protection to the laboring class and will have nothing to do with repudiation, anarchism and fiatistn. The club is in good warlting ordtr and nil! do much good. Similar clubs will be organized all over the county Ict tbe good work go on. McKInley Mini Ho-bart Bros, S& Co. Miss Annie Fogle will leave in a few weeks for Lexington, Ky., whetc she will enter Hamilton College. of Benton, Ky., (siting his home (oiks at who is Sulphur Springs, was In town last Dr. G. B. Renlrow, Saturday. Mr. 15. iartford JSemple " ' L. Meyers, f Render, Is quite sick with tphoid fever nt the home of Mr. Jno. Uishop, ol Center town. Field & llolbroolc buy their buggies by the car load direct lrotn the paying cabli. llcnce manufactory the low prices. MKAVKU 1IAX U. K. TIME T1III.C WEST BOUND. 7:16 a. m. Put Uall . It--.' . . Accommodation HMja. in- Way Froltht j:jp m. ... 8:18 p, m Accommodation tfew Orleaua Limited . . 11:22 p. tu. EAST-BOUND. to Maud Ciuclunatl Limited Accommodation' Way Prcifht Accutntnodalioii . . Patt Will .... , . Lawrence Ralph C. Drown to Minnie Maddux, C. W.Lewis to Mrs. M J. Thomas. Marriage l:ceii(.e: MidkifT, L 4:33 " m in 5:2 1:29 p. tu. 7:30 P IlABLRM MltKUlCK, Agt. tm You will tee in' another column in ot Knhn Bros., of this issue the Louisville, represented sit this place by J. A. Tho uas. t My wile suffered lor twelve years 'with tour stomach and indigettlon I irM everj thing 1 heard of without tiling relict. By the u.cof one hot tl of Liquid Electricity she was not only relieved, but entirely cured. I found It eflcctual lor cure of tooth .die II us 11 Roach Mclltnry Ky. aim. I stepped on a rusty nail and tun it almost through uiy foot, causing a pxinlul atiddauser ua wound. A fur tryllijr everything thut is usual y wsed aud getting no teliel, I purchased a bottle ol Liquid Electricity. Alter applying- It a few times I was relieved ol piti and swelling began to reduce and in a ahorttime was able I earnestly recommend it to walk. as the beat remedy I ever used. 'Mrs. Mary A.Wilson, McIIenry. Ky. W- - On night of June 26th, 1896, I was bitten by a very poisonous spider Alter using several remedies without botany relief I purchase a fifty-cetle of Liquid Electricity; and alter a selves. law applications was greatly relieved. Am confidant it was instrumental In Mr. G D Miles has been appointed I cheerfully iecora ' postmaster nt Darrttt's Perry, vlc L, aavlnr my Hi". mend It to suffering humanity as a Barrett resigned. valuable lamily medicine re 1 nt UqitM lllilit) Trsllmmilisl-- .. Prof. O. M. Shultz uud wile have gone to South Carrollton, where l'rul. Shultz has bicu euguged to teach in West Kentucky College. Mr. Jacob S. Scott died at his home near Preutis Weducsday, aged about rrsi.al. The reniaius were buried 55 cars. Paint 64 pace medical reference yesterday at Hast Providence Church. person sfllicted with any l book to any apeciil, chronic or delicate disease He was u good mau au will be greatpeculiar to their sex. Address the ly missed. I leading physicians aad surgeons ol Mr. Arthur Buskill, who has been the United States, Ur. ilathawayot Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago stenographei for tletvrin Hi Taylor r. 43 for some time, has resigned his position and has gone to his home at I'rritrliliiir. Dr Colemin will preach at (leaver Point Pieasaut. Dam Baptist Church next Sunday, Reports irom Uitlcieut points of August 30, at 1 o'clock a. 111. flub tbe county indicate that the tobacco ject: "Has the visible Kingdom ol worms are still at work oil the tobac Christ existed continuously since it co crop, und 11. some instance have was established by hi in during the, almost destroyed the entire crop. days of His pastoral Ministry?" Mr. I5.U Allen has rented the HartThis is a question that is now exford House and will take charge ol citing more than ordinary interest in Mr. Allen will Same in a lew days. the religious world and hence its dishotel and will furnish run a first-cla- ss cussion at this time will meet the debis patrons with the very bebt the mand of the age. All are respectfulnflords. ly Invited to come and hear tor them market Mrs. Carrie Williams itiuvtd with Iter lamily to Bowling Green Monday where they will reside in the lutuie Hartford has indeed lost some good people when Mrs. Williams aud faulty moved fotd, has been transferred to the main line Mr, Lee Montgomery took his place. Hun. I S It. W'hlisii went to The iIi)hW ma uv itt n uieat deal Tho Decide L ui vil. tins tii'irni t ol ( V md Mult t v n Butliiigtun is piep.ticd to give you Mr Sun Mo tdams. iif llanexvilie, in a good shave or shampoo, is visiting his sister, Mrs I C Adair. Field. We again hear some talk of our R member Uulliugton when you graded school building belli; erected war.t a good shave or hair cut, r in the near future. The trustees who nit iIik S'opisllsl lllir Jiiu Prol A C. Goodwin, of the Owens-bor- o Villi Tnhri Ilia Nlllinp AriiIiioI have the matter in charge should sic Female College, was in town that this house Is build, Hid llrinnrrnlle Tlrkel unit at the pre this wtek. Kvrrytlilnir Ilrnniiiirri ciuct building is a poor thing. llrinnrriillr. Misses Ulln and Corlnne Cox have Dr. Matthews Ins junt completed returned from n visit to Mrs. T. 11. and filled with iliux u h.iiuUnme Aull nt Auburn, Ky. The P ptitlsts have decided to paddrugstore Just across the street from dle their own canoe, nnd will fight Jnilor B'ack Is having the rool of his dwel 114 Mr, G V titurmil ot the Popocrnts to the bitter end. tlit Jnli nnd ,Couit Hime painted. Since the receiptolChairnuti week from w t inliit-mlin Shelby Robert Ciowe Is doing the work. county. Utter refusing to give the Popwill preach the funeral ol Thomas Miss () (e llufl of l.yncsvtlle, ulists distiict electots, the State Vance nt the new church near Henry visited in town lnM week. Executive Committee of the Peiple's I'clex s, next Sunday, August 30. All of the Republicans in both East p irty It is decided lo refuse to onsl I G J Bran. and West Fordsvillp precincts tire reer any further propositions from the Demecratic committee. Mrs Minute Welkrnnd two daugh- quested to meet in Fordsville, Satur The Populists will place their canter Mics Lrc and Mamie, of Col- day, September 5, foi the purpose of orado, .ire visiting the t iiuily of Mr. organizing a McKInley and Hobart didates on the ballots under the Peoclub. Republicans turn out in lull ple's party device the plow and the J. II FiVle force. hammer and every Populist will be Dr J K Ptndkton was much worse We have not heard of but two Re- urged to vote the straight Populist? esterday on I it wn reported late j publicans in this end ol the county ticket. An active campaign will nt ve.vtenlay evening that he was at who have declared for Bryan, but once be Inaugurated by the Populists, death's door. quite a number of Democrats have who will fight the Pope crats with the You will notice in another column declared their intentiou ol voting for same vigor they have assailed the Rein this issue the "nd" of the Daviess McKInley. Have you heard of any publican "party in the past. County Fair Co. The Fair 11113" year Democratic newpaper howling for The decision ol thePopuliststo prntitlt.es to excel any of the former their candidates yet? Something like it alone" means a loss of 20,000 votes years. this: Hurrah lor Bryan, Se wall, Wat- intheStite to Bryan and Sewall, K, M. J. whose names will be under the device A McKInley and Hobart club will son, & Co. of the Democratic party. The Popbe organized at Rosine County tlerk Ilucker Hurt. While out driving last Sunday af- ulists will open their campaign night, at which time Hon. J. S. R. ternoon Mr. D. M. Hooker's horse against he Popocratic ticket on Sep Wedding, District Elector, will addtess the voters. Everybody invited became scared and begun kicking. tember 5, when a big meeting will be in In his tfloits to stop the horse Mr. held in front of the to be on hand Hocker received pome severe kicks this city, at which Populistorators ol T'm following named Democrats In his breast, which lorn time seemed note will speak. are attending the Congressional ConChairman Joe Parker.however, will fatal, but we are glad to say he is getvention at Elizibethtown this week: ting along well and it is hoped he make the first assault Irom the stump S. May, J J Bo7arth, C. P. will soon bo out again. The acci- ou the Popocrats. The nlternoon ol R Holbrook, T. J. Smith, T. dent happened just below town on September 5, he wilt meet Senator C L. GrllTin andSh:lby Taylor. J. Bronston, one of the leading silver the levee. orators, in joint debate at Hardins-bur- g, Hon. John W. Lewis will not speak J1MUO. in Breckinridge county. Parkin this county from September 7th Tobacco cutting is the order of the to 12th ns ndvertised by hand bills, er's arraignment of Democracy on that occasion will be the eflort ot his but will canvass tbe entire county day. Miss Sal lie Pate, McLean county, life. later 011. is visiting friends and relatives here. W. A Gibson, Ch.tn'a, 1 n The action of the Populists ia deMrs. Julia Allen Is on the sick list. ciding to place a seperate Jnci. P. Morton. Sec'y, -- ora' ticket In Tom Likens is building a store the field will give McKinleytha State Mr. John Bidwell came near losing house out ol a dwelling deby an vcrwkelmioe; majority his life last Saturday near Heflin. He Flow Boy stroy whatever chance the Dessaecra- twns cutting timber and a limb fell on ic ticket had of carrying Kentucky. him. He was tendered unconscious ItepllblloalK The Republicans ot the Ceutertown for quite a while, but at last accounts tiromi-2fiiilowas improvlrg ns well as could be voting precinct are requested to meet Mr. L C. Brown and Miss Minnie at the Centertown school house on Maddox were married at the home of expected Saturday, September 5, for the pur- the bride father's, Rev. D. J. K. MadField & Holbrook are headquarters pose of organizing a McKInley and dox, near Bock port Wednesday eveforall kinds of vehicles such as bugHobart club Let every Republican ning. Mr. Brown is a popularyoung gies, spring wagons) carts and road be on hand. Coumittke druggist of Centertown and is one of wagons. They buy direct from the Ohio county's best young' men, manufactory for cash, thereby getting while his bride is a charming young all discounts which enables them to lady possessing all the charms of true sell as cheap as the cheapest. Tun Republican joins Mrs. J. II. Nave and daughter, Miss womanhood. Field & Holbrook have a complete Bessie, returned Friday last from a their many friends in wishing them line of the very best buggies to be had weeks visit to relatives in Daviess a long and happy life. in the market from which to select, county. Mrs. Nave returned to her Only the sufferer knows the misery lfyou want a bargain in n buggy, homo in Louisville Sunday, Miss Besspring wagon, cart or road wagon, sie Nave is visiting relatives in Hart- of dyspepsia, but Hood's Sarsiparilla cures the most stubborn cases of this call aud be supplied at most remarka- ford disease. bly low piices. Little Miss Esther Dent, Lei tch field, ClubfilnK Hat. Last week while Mrs R. W, Pord spent the passed week with Little We will send Thk RKruBLiCANand Miss Nell Austin. Little Miss Ina was visiting her parants at Sulphur either sf the following named papers Springs, her little girl Nannie Ellen Gardner, Leitchfield was also a guest for one year for the amount opposite the latter part of last week. got hold of some carbolic acid and Look over the list and Misses Anna McKenney and Sade each name. was burned quite severely. Dr. Austin returned Saturday Irom a see what you need and give us a call: Ford was immediately summoned, Daily and Sun. Courier-Journ$8.25 pleasant visit In Rochester. but when he nrrived he found the " without Sunday " . . . 6 2g Miss Emma Barnes entertained a burns to be very slight and now she I 75 few friends last Friday evening in has about recovered. . . . . 1 75 Weekly Courier-Journa- l honor of Miss Bessie Nave. Misses Maude and Gertie Monroe, Louisville Commercial . . , . 1 25 The following named persons have 1 25 pild their subscription tu Tub Re- VIrgle Hocker, Bessie Nave, Emma N. Y. Tribune 1 65 publican stneo our last issue: G Weigel and Attye Austin enjoyed a N.Y. World 1 40 nice horseback ride to Hartford last Chicago Inter Ocean W. Riley, Maxwell: J, R. WilliamsJ 1 25 Home & Farm Sunday evening. R Hines. G W. Baize, R, H. Gilles-ptWe would be glad to send you any MissCliEEe Gray entertained her Hartrord; W. P. Gorln, Greens This ville; J. T Hodge, Beaver Dam; Har- friends at her home Monday evening. of the above named papers. Miss Nora Martin. Fordsville, is offer is good for new subscribers acrl ry Monroe, Louisville; V. M Stewart, Mrs. Mildred A. Barnett, Beda; C M. visiting her sister, Mrs, Mary Martin old ones who pay one year in advance The sick are gradually growing Everly, Point Pleasant. In Miss Sue Yelwr i" visiting Owmsboro POPULIST TICKET. Awnr'Jed Highest Honors World's Foil. Popull3ls to yporute Put Ticket the lMi-kr- mis BAKING A Da 1 MOST PERFECT MADE. Vm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulleratii 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. pur Grape Cream of TattarTowdcr. IV mm. 1 tg 1 11 John-Mini- 's 1 to I.nml Kate lor Tiixi s. By virtue of taxes due the State ol Kentucky and county f Ohio for the years 1895 nnd i8y6. I or ne nl my Deputies will 011 Monday tho 7th day ol September hetvvien the 1896 houts ol 10 o'clock 11. 111 and 4 o'clock p lit. nt the Com it Hi use door in Hartford, Ohio county, Ky , crepote for sale, to the-- highest bidder, for cash In hand, the following lauds (or so much theteol ns may bi necest-atto satisfy the amount ol the tnxes due and cost?) to wit. : tor YUAn 189.1; Owner Arccs Bishop, Thompson 63 Dasham Witt, A. t Bray, Wm. 80 . Tax & costs $4 3o 4 35 6 45 Basharajoe D. 14 425' 3 3 5 7 5 5 75 So 35 5 - Court-Hous- e Boswell, Thos. H 75 Coopar, Ed I 90. Everly, Elizabeth 100 Ford Bros, 5 Fulkerson, Jacob W. 50 . . . Fielden, Lewis 25 . . . Farmer, Thos G. 17 . . . 95 20 4G5 5 45 a Guy, John Wes-teiGcl- 3 Galley, Agnes B. 50 Howard, Martha A. 172 Hamilton, Lucinda 75 Hunter, Jas. A. 120 M, . . . . . . . ,. .. . . . . 480 4 00 480 , , 13 35 Likens, Ras. 20 . Kuykendoll, MaryJ.205 2 tracts . 490 7 00 Matlock, Wm. Maddox, John Perry, Martha 10 acrae of . , 16 . . . 3 . . 490 490 laid and n8 TTaUoai, Watie M. I trawn lot . . . T3ugi Itmt Owner Jt ft 1 35 7 oo- . . . Olll-rlot-- 11 OTNR1S No. lots Tax . . . . . . . 1 1 Sullivan. R. B. Olaughlin, Bridget Wallace, Mary F. . . . .45 costs 2 40 4 20 tor yhar Owner Burns, W. P. 1896. Acres 32 100 228 147 13 121 207 32 Tax&costs $3 OS . . . 5 30 . . . I2i2g . . . 5 20 8 25 . . . 4 15 . . . 7 20 . . . 7 20 . . '. 12 70 BEAVER DAM. Eisler.Wm. Pinch, W. L. Griffith.Clinton Sr. Same for 1895 Holbrook, Lewis Hudson, Wm. T J. W. Lee, Jas. E. 3 tracts Miles, C. F. Triplett, Robart 3 IS . Thlxton, John ' Taylor Bro's. iqo 154 Semi-Weekl- Globo-Democr- Owner Tax&costs Long. "W. F. 1 , t. $6 15 Masterson, Pat 2 ' . .. 4 15 O'Laughlin, James r . . . 8 20 A liberal reduction of costs will be made on any ot above, ifpa id before day of sale, Aug. 7, '96. C.P.Keown, SherifT Ohio County, Ky. -- 600 TanvNtoTs. No. lots 5.20 . . 6 20 - . 45 So thrice-aswee- k ... e, or women to travel for responsible established house in Kentucky. Salary $780, $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Refeience. Enclosed stamped envelope. The National, Star Bailding, Chicago. WANTET-SEVER- AL ed Progrnui The Teachers' District Association Magisterial district will of Buf-irconvene September 19 at Shlnkle Chapel Chutch, 9:30 o'clock a.m.: Welcome address A. S. Bennett. Response J. II. Barnes. Importance ot early training in school S A. Tanner. Essay, The Lady Teacher Miss Albeita Greer. How to teach spelling V. L. Literature In the school for the teacher Miss RJioda McDonald Followed by general discussion. bettei. Mrs. F. O, Austin and daughter, Miss Attye spent Monday afternoon in Hartford with Mrs. L B. Bean. Beaver Dam Seminary opened Tuesday morning August, '25 with a large number ol pupils, we still have with us Prot. E R. Ray, who has been our professor lor four years pasied. Prof. J, B, Taylor who has been with us for only one year will fill his place as he did last year. Mrs. J. B. Taylor has the position ot Miss Lula Walker. We have as an assistant to Profs Kay and Taylor, Mr. II, E Brown an excellent young man who hah been attending school here for the passed three years. Mr. Brown completed with the class the Junior Scientific Course In '94 will complete the Senior Scientific Couise at the close of the ten months term iu 97. II any young lady or gentleman boy or girl wishes to attend a splendid School you could do no better than to come to Beaver Dam Seminary, you will be welcome ot any and all times. Mr. R. P. Hocker and wile spent Sunday afternoon In Hartford, Messrs. Felix Monroe, R. P. Hocker and P. O Austiu attended the Convention in Louisville last week. Mrs. Mary Martiu has moved in. to her new beautifut cottage on Mala CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ttautt-- i stalls ! tf Za&dUt wSJ San-derlu- r. DUNCAN PKNMAN, McHeury, Ky. I'ha've healed several scalds and ' burns very rapidly by the use of LI. efuid Electricity. I think It the best healing remedy I ever used '' . WIluau CiiBUTUN.nUcVinilth, McIIenry, Ky. Jihave used Liquid Electricity lor cuti, cramps, colic, etc., and find It to bei rapid healer, and reliable rem & ',. Mns. Annib Duncan, McIIenry. Ky, 7 -- I am authorired to appoint sub. agents; and am prepared to furnish same, with this wonderful remedy. Correspondence solicited, p. 8. DUNCAN, Gen Agt , McIIenry, Ky. x52f8t very much to have to notify our subscribers that we need We money, but such is the case. haVe several thousand dollars owing us.on subscription, which Is just, due aud unpaid. We have been very easy on some ol you, but now we are compelled to have what Is due us.and we will be forced to bring suit for tbe amount due. Now, If jou areowlng a good-sizesubscription account you will please take NOTICE. We dislike d Dr. G B Slack, who has been spending some time witli hit home folks at Ualmitown, was in Hartford this week on his way to Louisville, aatK iMkd wheie he will atteud the Medical Lecays an eminent English doctor, "will tures during the winter. carry cnoufh pauoa 10 tnteot a house hold." In luminer.time, more especMessrs. T. B Bell and M J Cox. ially, disease gtrmi fill the air, mulli-tudPleAsant Ridge, brought to our office are infected, fall ill, die mulli. Monday n peculiar worm both In size hides eicspe. Thu mencngen of and looks, The worm has eleven mlichltf do not esut for milhoni. Why large horns and 52 Small pues It Is not? Because they are healthy and stronj protected at s crocodile ti against gun. about 5 inches long and is ol a green JBI 4 The Foot of a Fly" 1 ci It ti the weak, the waited, th thou who thln.blooJed who tail hare no rciiitlvc power 10 that a luddea cough or cold develops into graver We hear ol catching diseaiel disease. We can do it Why not catch health by always maintaining our healthy weight. iKot. 1 iult color. In tbe case ot the Com'th vs C. L. Brown charged with having committed rape on the person ol Etha Tlch-enol Point Pleasaut, was tried before Hs honor, Judge Jno P Morton, Tuesday and Wednesday ol this week and after hearing nil the evidence aud the arguments ol the counsels for or, of Cod. liver Oil, is condensed nourish both sides the cotitt discharged the The Commonwealth was menti lood lor the building up ot the prisoner. system 10 resist the attacks ol disease. represented hy County Attorney E. V. It should be taken In reasonable doses Ncal and Glenn ft Wedding aud the all summer ong by all (hose whose delcndaut by Messrs, J P. Handerlur weight is below the standard ol health, ami Jno B. Wilson, whu werenhly I you ire losing ground, try a bottle assisted by Mr. S P Render, ol Dal-lanow. Tex, The cane ccinunicd pearly f r uls by alt drugflsta at yc aad tun two days, J s, r,ssfa.'vi ucla kit trv would liara nVw-.- o4 ism im s. i imuif Apal. TSiav rero ,tSi klJil of natrVots who --.hipped their silver 01T School discipline John Keown, B. to France ft fiwt aaffthey could acrid U '" In order to gel a ltUleThlgiW price foT M. Tanner, IU They knew at that time reHlii Purpose of Association workEdmoney wn bcarci In ilia United Stat!, gar Leach. ' v. but they dloVt care for that. They Relation ol teacher and patrons wanted tin highest price for'sUrer bullion, aud tlny thorefpre sold it In Uia G A. Weller. General discussion. deuxest murkct. JfooUly blasnea them Address Z II. Shultz. for doing W Hul now that the prle All teachers of the county are cor abroad ban ffooe down. Mid tlwy wasit dially invited to be present, aud those Uncle Bam to give them more for their bullion than IU market vain, they talk of the district nrerreauested to cheer ol "patrlotWm" and pretend hat thfy wflh the demands of the lully comply vvlflh to their silver uuulo'lnto law. Herald ptease copy. In order to benefit the, country. Nlcoklsul of patriots they are men who J. L. EuiottB, V. P. street. will ssHid thwir atlver away when it la Mrs. Dan Tlchenor died at ber badly noedl and try to idoad It em Thursday. Her tho government when It la cheop ahd This place not being represented in home near here last remains were Interred in Beaver Dam plenUfuIl our official county paper, Tim 1UU. Ttu Funeral Services conductCemetery. we will endeavor to ed by Rev, Bean, Hartford. "squibble" a lew Items that the out Attyb. side world may kuow that there is such a place as Fordsville in Ohio county acd that Republicanism reign Hall, Aiss supreme. Here would be au excellent young place for some Oar man to establish a newaparwn business men believe iu the use of HniTFoni), ICemtucky, printer's Ink, FALL terra begins August 31, 1890, The Popocrut precinct conventions tit her home for tho reception of pu Special Thorough training. in the two ForJsville precincts held puis. Saturday were lightly attended, attonhon given to young pupils. here Your patronage sodozen Terms as usual. there being only about Slim licited. at each convention. Hems and Fords-vtll- e All pain banUbed by Dr. Mttea' rain rill Our genial conductor on the by M'l rata Pitt, branch of tbe Texas, J J. Tif, Uantaur rnueuTd Dr, Mllua' falsi IMIia. rain liu no snow with tr Noon Difficulties ofyouug teachers and how to overcome it J. L Elmore. Recitation Miss Prank McDonald. Errors in perception W. it. Car-so- u. . ad In IBIS. Tho advoontefl of tho cheap slWer BtatstUrd pretemd that th wklta metal fp "patriotic." whe gOld la'dlsloyol. jf the argument?, roc dollars consist of appeal to patriotism for votes In faor of 'the "American money" and ofrnlnst the "traitor pold" of England. In theMinppy days before 187s tljj imlllon value oT th mtal la a jllvejt a . um, dollar wua worm si. 03 Did e.).U-l- i a. Ono-IiJlf So-j- it : Tll Nw I.arka. Capt. Wm. M. Hall, Enginser Im charge of the Lock and Dam on Rough River, was in town this week and stated that in three weak and stated that in less than three weeks he would have 200 men at work on the locks and cleaning out the river between Hartford and Livermore and thinks he will have the river in order for boats by December. The work has been delayed owing to the fact he had to get some cement from Germany that would stand the required test. This will be of great benefit to the Hartford merchants and the people all along the river, and our psople are highly elated over the prospects ot early navigation. ' isi&'lWJHn GRATISTIKBaTI.w , rortbi. U VMk-bMpla Ur. -- T tlio First Visional lank of rnltoa, Ky. My erTM "I was completely rua down, boeamo so utisSrun- -; through Iom, of slesj and worry that I felt surot would bocqia pellettto stlvo up my position. I would lit awake an mgni toot, sou it won uu. ,,. gt dol-la- w . I Ol Aargaret wide-awak- e Ifuhq mm to shake ne up so that I could not Pflsjy attand to my business as I should. r connectioa with this I bsd liMr trpU, rains besTlnets about tbs stomach, and 1m mush different parts of my body. 1 was rsduced In flash. I waa persuaded to lot I Irstpsocured a trtt bottle, from a followed. I drusilstaad food rstultsqulckly by tha slue thsS procured a dollar bottle, and I IhaTusedtbls up I was a different man. to am now on ray third bottle and am able, Won soundly and eat secularly, sometblsi lcould not possibly do beforo taking- roar I am now yU1fw""rV"SjJJ! Iieett&ta t pronounce Or. Msrtlne tha grtaUti surriivs on eortA." R. T. OALDWEIX. rultoa. Ky. la sola on a, Dr. Miles' Ner-l- ne U.T. CULSWSLI. r I J Dr. Miles' Rcstsratlre Nerrine. Mni. Ips te&rafeyikts't.'fis: DrVMiles' Nervine R?.&i Sfi'v. Hartford Republican I'ltlDAY, AUOUiT aS 1896. THE SlLVERITE In Which Pre CATECHISM. fit Theorlte Are rllnt Mated. Whnt la money? Something marie out of nothing by government. Is Hit' re nny limit to the amount of money which government can maXc? Only the capacity o( tho printing proiwoii of the country. What kind of money Ib Uio bet? That whleJi has tho least value. What doea "clieap money" mean? Money that will buy very Httlo wealth,' Why arc Bomo people poor? Hccaubo Uio money tlicy get In nxchango for tliclr productfl or their labor will buy a large amount of goods. How can the poor all bo made rich? I)y stamping 50 cents' worth of silver "one dolln ' and thus decreasing tho piiVchasIng power of money. What Is a, capitalist? A wicked sinner, who has worked hard nnd saved up a. ' little property. Whut la u patriot? A man who covets his neighbor's property and wants to gvj. hold of It by law. What does "repudiation" mean? Itls a simple scheme for rend Justing the Inequalities between the men who worked nnd tho men who have, not, What Is the golden rule of the silver-Itcn- ? Do others as they would not da you. What aro we to understand by "hon-csand "good faith between men?" Tljat creditors are to be cheated out of lf of their properly whenever tho debtors control congress. Why not benefit debtors still more hy repudiating all the claims of crcdltois7 Ttyit w HI come later. The public must beeducatcd Into sllvcrisra by degrees. What Is a creditor? A fiend In human shiipo who loaned 100 and doesn't want to be paid In dollars worth, Sot cents. How will free silver help tho fanners? Hy causing the withdrawal of all loans, paralysis of Industry, stagnation of 'commerce and Idleness of millions of workers who now buy farm product. How will the sixteen to one schema benefit the working classes? Hy making them pay twlee as much for everything they buy, while giving them little or no Increase In wages. It will also c6nflscate half of their savings bank deposits. What is a silver mine owner? A good, kind, unselfish citizen, who doesn't want higher prices of silver so that ha vt)l get rich, but simply because he loves hla fellow man. ;l)ocs his love for tho workers lead hUn to pay more than market rates for his labor? Not much. Business and sehtlment ore two different things. Besides lie doesn't have to. What Is a sound currency? Dollars with SO cents' worth of silver and 60 cents' worth of flat or paper dollars all flat. ? What Is the chief duty of a good To hate everybody who Is industrious and thrifty, and to meekly swallow all tho nostrums of the cheap money office seekers. Uow can the people be made prosperous? By Betting clam against class; discouraging the investment of capital; contracting tho currency by ruining employers, driving out gold and overthrowing our sound financial syBtem. Whldden Gruham. y" oixc-lmcent-dollaclti-sen- Coinage I J li In Gen. Jackson's time a man who hod ounces of Bllver could sell them in, llonett Gen. Jackson. the market for one ounce of gold, and so Gen. Jackson, who was a square-dealin- g men, approved the coinage ratio, putting 16 times as much Bllver Into a coined silver dollar as was required of gold for a gold dollar. But the lniga quantities of silver produced of lalo years and the improved and cheapened process of mining It and extracting tho pure metnl from the ore. have so reduced Its valuo that It now requires 32 ounces of silver to buy an ounce of gold. If Qen. Jackson were alive, he would not be caught In the company of tho cheap iponey advocates who wish to put SO cents' worth of silver Into a dollar nnd pay 100 cents of debt with It, ne adjusted his ratio to intrinsic value, hi that all the dollars In the hands of tho people should be real dollars, worth as much after they were melted by flro ns they were before melting. Philadelphia Record, jllave They Cornered tha Copper Cent? A majority of tho letters from the working men Inyourcolumnsclalm that gold has appreciated In value since J873 nod that this appreciation has been caused by the wicked bankers who have cornered all the gold. Has anyone, suggested that these wicked bankers hare cormired all the cents? In 1873 it required ISO cents to purchase only one It requires only ounce of stiver. 08 centr. to purchase this same one ounce of Bllver. In 1670 It required 185 cents to purchase one bushel 6f wheat. 03 cents will purchase one bushel of w heat. And yet 100 cents will puraa chase the tame amount of gold y it couM In 1B73. Clearly, then, It Is this bad little copper cent that has caused all our hard times and not the gold. Let us compel nil of our creditors to accept five mills Instead of ten for one cent. Common Sense, in N, Y. World. The Issue In Pare silver. Stop bothering your head about the figures sixteen to one, leave the gold stnndard out of the question, for thoro Is no direct issue upon it, and consider the real Issue, silver. A lump of silver of a certain size, 371'4 grains In weight, Is y worth 53 cents. Tho Bryan proposition Is that tho government shall stamp it a dollar. That of tho same would bo fiat sort as the government's setting its printing presses to work nnd turning out w Ithout limit dollars of paper. It Is fiat dishonesty. It Is pregnant with t, trouble for every man, laborer or who HveA by Industry, and It would leave to tho United Stinow tho hurt of lasting mistrust In tho mind of every Industrial investor and leader, American or foreign. Beat It as the. American voter beat the populists four rears wro by ten to one. Trae Coinage Men Aro Stiver stoaotaat-- I the option of the debtor or redeemer. alllsts, You do not nerd to he told that only one Senator Teller calls himself a least valuable of these dollars would re He defines bimetallism ns main In UK. Tlielnvnrlablc experience "the equal treatmeut of both gold and of all the ages IIxcm that fact beforesilver at the mints." hand. Senator Teller U a silver monometa"Should this party no led come to llic, nnd so are all ndvocatts of free powir upon thbt platform, tho govern- mentducK, liuteud of being paid, as now, c(.lnngc nt sixteen to one. They do not In gold at 100 cent, or In puper, which It nsk "equal" but unequal treatment of now redeems with such gold and never gold and silver at the mints. All that with silver, would be uild In silver or the mint does with gold Is to stamp ' upon It the certificate of Its value. It tho iNiper ruleemed In silver, which silver we could urn In trade nt only Its Mnmp s.Ih-Ji- ) grains of gold of standbullion vnlue of S3 cents on the dollnr. ard fineness ns a dollar. The metal Is The greenbacks then being redeemed lu , worth a dollar before It In stamped. It Is worth a dollnr If melted in the 52 cent dollats, the government hotids ot. It will bring u dollar's worth of and their Interest being paid In 52 cent valuo In either shape anywhere In the dollars, our national bunk currency, which rests, on government lioudn, re-- I world. (loanable In greenback and the ' What tho free coinage men osk Is that the government shall stamp 412', gold gone from domestic circulation Into International trade, we shall he 011 grains of silver of standard fineness as silver dollar basis. n dollar under the arbitrary and obthe single gold dollars do not solete ratio of sixteen to one. Hut this swap even for dollars of silver. sliver Is worth only S3 cents. It will Iron or copper. I'l cents' worth sell for only S3 cents If melted. It will of anything eon never buy more than not poMi for a dollar In the markets of the world, except to be sent back here, 52 cents' worth of anything else. Then the purchasing power of jour policies where Its legal tender quality and the twllcy of tlvc government to make It will be cut In two. exchangeable for gold keep It current Coming upon a silver basis would Inntlts face vnlue. tensely Btlmulnte ngnln the production In asking this unfair nnd dishonest of silver. Tho ores are now easily accessible, in Inexhaustible quantity, from advantage for silver Mr. Teller therefore demand unequal treatment for tho which silver can be put upon the maras ket at a profit of 40 to 50 cents an ounce, metals. at Andfalse free coinage of cither a rntlo at which price a "silver dollar" would metalalways driven the has everywhere more valuable .be worth 30 to '18 cents, or less then a and It would Inevigreenback was during the darkest days coin out of circulation, country to a siltably precipitate this of 1604. Cnder that stlmulusand under basis, making silver the only money such conditions tlier" can be no possible verredemption nnd silver or sliver notes doubt that tho prlco of silver would of only money In use. tho steadily decline on the average townrd Tho free coinage men are therefore the point at which It can lie producid, not blnvctalllsts, but stiver monotuct-nlllstwhich In some mines Is said to be alThey are contractlonlsts. They ready less than 25 cents nn ounce, i.nd would make money scarcer Instead of 'Inventions and lmiroveiuents have not more plentiful, poorer Instead of bet.ceased. Should we come upon a slher ter. basis your ollces would for the preoent be paid In "dollars" worth to Ihe Grand Ariujr of Creditor. your families only about 50 cents; and I The gentlemen who think that they the great bulk of them would probably have made an attractive bid for votes t dollar for debtors be paid In "dollars" worth not more by proixxdng a j to jwy their debts with aro reckoning than from 25 to 35 cents. It Is therefore our duty townrn juu without their host. Every itateof the that by so much as It was your duly to union Is full of creditors, and they will never consent to defraud nnd cheat make this provision for the protection of your families, by so much Is It v our themselves. Among thcfce creditors are: .present duty to se, so far as your action. All persons who work for wages, salcan prevent It, that no part of that pro' vision Is lost to them by being paid In ary or by the piece. All members of building and loan "dollars" which are worth anything less than the 100 cents In which you nsnoclntlons. All depositors In savings, national, have been paying your premiums and Blair or prlvnte br.nk. In which, therefore, you nnd we supAll holders of life, fire ami accident posed you were making that provision, trusting to the personal and political Insurnnce policies. All members of benevolent and fra.Integrity of the American people to keep their honor bright and their money ternal Insurance orders. All holders of industrial insurance. good. We ha c never supposed and do All widovvy, orphan or warda denot yet suppose that the money standard of this great country, producing for pendent wholly or partially upon the nnd trading with all the countries of Income from Invest ments. All educational nnd charitable instithe earth, is at the mercy of a lot of tutions ileXMtlent wholly or In part people who have a lot of cheapening metal to sell to ub to use for a new upon the Income of fhelr endowments. sliver dollar In fact, tho stnndard and who have long been carewoipM lie of advantage to few persons fully and at great expense organizing this scheme politically by bringing into In the long run save tho speculators, one camp all the discontent, the jeal- who would gamble on the Inevitable fluctuations In Its purchasing power ousy, envy, pnd hatred which the unIn the price of commodities. wise, unthrifty, Improvident, Idle nnd and are supposed to harbor IThj Snrer I Cheap. Industrious, toward the The Boston Globe says: "The Vriroo careful, saving, thrifty and wisely of 1873' is charged wltli the decline In provident. the price of silver. The white metnl vvns 'demonetized,' nnd no, they say. Its False nope lor Labor. value In the market was reduced. What are the facts? In the 15 years preceding 1673 the whole world produced only a little more than seven times os much sliver as gold, or, soy, 615,000,000 ounces of silver, to 85,000,000 ounces of gold 'for that entire, period. In the year 1873, when the great silver mines of tho l.'nlted States were pouring out their product, less than 14 times as much silver ns gold vvns produced In the world. Hut nf ter 1873 the world's production of Ia silver Increased with great rapidity. I'or,the last 15 yeni It has been at the .i...,.m ...... rate of just about twenty minces of silOv&tkssn. . .VklLvVM ''W& ver to one ounce of gold. The figures yTVoanaT for these 15 jenrs are: Silver, 1 'ITm fM" .T ounces; gold, 84,000,000 ounces." I fly-tw- o s. n I ceii't golTriloliars, 32 cent (or less) silver dollars or In new promises to pay, nt NOT BIMETALU8T8. General Directory. Governor William 0. llmdley. V. J. Worlli-iugtmLieut. Governor 8ecreinryor8lnte Allnruey General uditor-Samuel kXS3i3i I iniHTffrm!il i. SaVstasivS' STATIC Ol'I'ICIALS. tm"limimilHlllinnnilnlmHWIIMIMIIhtnWltNMrrejM ansvaaaf atMaaBBntf Charles Finley W. 8. Taylor. II. Stono. Treasurer Geo. V. Long. Coniwitsinncr ol Agriculture, Statistics Lucn nml Hnr-llciiltn- Monro. Biipstlntciuluiit Public luatriiuliuti-Ge- n M. Davlon. Itegfsler Lnmi Office Chas. O. Reynold. Insurance Bureau CommlMioncr-- D. W. Comlngoro. Adjutant General U, It Collier. 8lato Librariau Mra. Mary Brown CASTOR iiV'.li1i.;e,'liil:,.i.a,:.ii,.mi,'.iilr..i.liiv.ii.fr THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Mp.iniTnbulesctireht'lKcstron. Hlpnn9 Tnbulcs: gentle cathartic. IllpAnnTabules. ltlpans Tttbulcs euro nautcA. Hlpons Tntiules; at druggists. Hlpans Tnbulcfl cure dlrtliloaa. nip.ins Tabttlos euro headache. Uipans Tnbulcs euro flatulence, IUJmns Tiibulcs eliro.tlyapcpiki. Hlpans Tnbulcs assist digestion. Illptins Tnbulcs cllre had breath, llipan Tnbttlcs cure biliousness. Illpans T.ibulcsi one gives relief. Itlpans Tnbulcs euro torpid liver, AMcclablcPrcparallonrorAsslmflntlngittcroodntidRcfluta- ling llic Stomoxhs nndDowela of - SIGNATURE euro constipation, Illpans Illpans Tnbulcs! for sour stomach, nipnim Tnbulcs: pleasant laxative. Illpans Tnbulcs euro liver troubles. op slaaaiiaaaaVaaiaaaaaaVaeaaB1a1 I M sH ml IBH Utf I H W 1 H H B H H LaaaW B aLak vVBmh PromotosTi'gcslloh,Checrriil-nc3snndRcst.ConuilnsnciUi- cr Day. KAtMtllAI) CO VI MISSION KK9. &a&&&C. IS ON THE C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, II, 8. Irwin, Secretary Samuel F. Brown. Jno Not Nauc 6tic. jfevw Opium.Morphlnc nor Mineral. CONURES'IONAL. tfadarxofcaaraea. WRAPPER OF EVERY Senators say, Hon. J. 0. 8. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. 8TATK LKOISLATUKK. Hon. William C. LimN TCXnatJUWf Jt 2 (ntbtuinttt conducted (or MooinATf ft It, Oun orriCK is OppotiTt U. a. path nt Or ran iatl wat frevm Mcurt nitol u mm Ubw tui lkuM WataKlei arlAal nan I Siaal tnvlL drsawtar or nlkAtL. kith daMtrriaVi S KUTifaC. if pttublt or IW4, frM WS ttoO Y "l- . -- a J.. fill . a aa .!... sj( ( VI VUI altl !(: n I. ......J llaatrgc, ' Heir la btt.ll pAtMtl," WsVtk a of uni in Iht U, S. Aad lortlfii ctHi&Ui! rit iuuii sat. Hnt ( Jk. WPrs BOTTILE OF of rilini lrritli iala.u.u.u. TjAVWWVWVl u C.A.SNOWACO.I ....- n VWaafaajaajtjTaajsaj a AdUfrit, fE Va Senator Hun. A. D Jaiiirs. Representative Ohio County 0. M. Harnett. OHIO COUNTY. Anctfcct Remedy forConsllM- U..11. tloa, Sour Stonvach.Diarrhoca, Wonn3,Convulsions,rcvcns Sleep. rtess andXosa Tac Simile Signature of GRDVE a CASTORIA kottln ealr. It Outorls li pat p la oit-ili- s not loll Is lull, lion't allow aajoaa to mII you sajthlag tin ca tb pl or promlu taat It ." li "Jait ai good" tad "will aaiwtr tnrj Be tlat jou gat CtltfUIT COUItT Hon W. T. Owen, Jti.lgc- - Owens born. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owentboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. O. B. Liketis, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riugo, Master Commissioner NEW YORK. li Hartlord. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Kcown, 8ben(r Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford Joo. Roberta, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Centertown; 8. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and Aupuit ami continues three, weeks, audtbird Monday iu May and November two weeks. cxact copror whappcr. avT SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY V TA5TELESS OOINO TO TMC LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, COUNTY COUItT. CaUl &i5:Kkiw ('the Ave. Theater Bnlldluf, on 4th bet. Green & Walaoa Johti P. Morton, Judue Harttord. D. M. Hocker. Clerk Hartlord. Tali U the pUc wtirra yon caa hate yoar d.tit natk 4a txttw aa4 (x Ih maaej thin la aajr uthr oflca la the Sviib. Rf rj oarraur la Ula oB la aa tipact rraaate at aot leu lhaa E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Munday QUARTEULT COURT. C H ILL. in Ulaliir to ailher joar aalaral or arUttctal teeth. NTr)ri..ii.r. cacb month. Renins on the third Monday in January, April, July and October. COURT Or CLAIMA. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY .Beat m. of teeth written guarantee cWea el. tlnlil lillloriJI.W and apj l'ara Sllrer fllllne, 7Sct aa other plaitic Alllaira, SOc Oar crown and bridffe work, or teeth wlthoat ntatea are aa Brm, atruajr anil rlceatile a yoar natural teeth, aad at price lower than the lawrat. e can eatract Tuar teeth aad pal la new one aame day. Teeth ealracted, 3fc, and aa. aolnteljr wlthoat palu. Yon can make appolntaieata by mall. All coaMlatloa free. A lidr il. wajra In attendance, at Willi iiv.maruw,aivi aaalia aree Br rive 1,1 HT aav Ice Mr. Wa hraaeh ef Mtlttr a edalij. NOTIOSC OUR PRIOC8. oa rubber, 15.M, rnaraateed to It aod aralait breakire for nte A wlibeTer ,vniripTr R m TDNIT 18 j.t. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avenua Theater Dullallntr, 4th St., bet. Qreen and -- OALana, III., Not. is, last. Part Madlelna ftk, til. Ixwla, Mo. (B0 suM Uat jaar. boMaa ol UanlienMm-v- ra TA8TKLXXM CIHU, TON 10 aa.1 t.V. OHOf lau Unuhi tbraa cniM alr4r Lba rsar. laalluaris. drua buitaaas. aara parto&ca nf I, rra. la aTr sold an anicla that rasa snea uatTaraal aatia , talua a roar TVmla. Yvaratnilr. WARRANTED. JUST AS COODrOR ADULT. PRICtCOcts. , aaaar.Ciaa ftp, For sale by Wjlllsuis & Bell. Via OrriCBBfl. Walnut G S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur PHEPAKATIONS FOIl THE- Springs. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. L. W. Hunt', Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouso Keeper, Hartford. JUBTICES' COURTS. Bowlinp-Barr- ett's GF,L;.T BSTTLE A new IHisiamna. artntl'sAr AaMtliMwa. prtm, tnra1 hJih ait beautinf stctalu auJ a,Mr lajwa IntlurM IL lamuauOs curkL PA1IEHT8 TREATED DY MAIL! enilMMitlsUr. ranicalan atMnaa, lin atasaa. . m lrraimui br pras- KotMkTrflrtsordtniUuarr4iibaMiiMA, FATFLK8Rfa2 aA att ajn jaff U Its I SS x1 rtaplitav. It's ClMVnni? a.Tk.Ktta.tK-ea.au-UlfiD Dn I UUit.urMla,4..j,u luaattn. R.I.P-AN.S t't Ol NDvembcr 3 aro ulieady well under wy. Ferry, March 21, June 20, September 19, December 1.9 Bukokd. Ben F. Graves March 2G, Juue25, September 24, December 24. Hartford. A S. Aull March 5, Juno 4, September 3, December 3. Woodward Rosine.1 C. L. March 13, June 12, September 11, December 11. Fordsville. J. A. HOT l , OF THE T STATES T ABULES nCQULATC THC , STOMACH, UVER AND BCWEL3 AND PURIFY THE BLOOi. BirANS TABl'LU ar tka Vm4 tmr IattUa, BllUvaaaaa, alaa ! TO BB EfiECTED, AND I. !. airmjwy 0 Jont B. Wilson March 7, June 7, September 5, December 5. Crouweu. sv CC5v, ""( wr 1,682,-000,0- Louisville Dental Co., A Oue-Slil- ' Prophecy and lllatorj. Why don't our silver friends stop toll-in- g what Is going to happen if they lno their way and content themselves by learning what did happen when other nations had a similar epidemic of silver lunacy such as now menaces us? Their prophecies won't accomplish anything, because they wish it, but sUmi reality will tepent the disasters with us that It Inflicted on others If we prcsUt In our willful blindness. George Gans. Cheap and trashy money In which to pay w ages; high prices for every kind of goods which labor ore tho blessings of free stiver for the American worklncmen. buys--these Our currency, bai,td aa It is on gold redemption, vvns never before so uniformly good In every part of the union. The wages of lnlxjr, paid in this currend cy, are higher than In any other country. I'nder these circumstances, what )osslble Inducement can there lie for worklnmen. professional men, persons with fixed salaries or any other part of our population, unless It be those who have silver bullion to sell, to change the standurd of value, thereby cutting down vvnges nnd salaries nnd bringing the whole business of the country Into a condition of confusion and panic? Philadelphia Itecord. civil-Ueone-half OuMtlon. Will, as nlways.li. found in the thicken nl llir fight, IimUiuc vipnrouf-lfor Sound Iliikinen Principle". liiili will Imtn' I'nijiniiiv tea the Nnlicu. THENEWYOKK WEES'LV TMBUNE - m.t only the l.udinc Republican iinvripaper in the country, but it a National Family Newspaper. Its campaign- uews anil ilNnusuuu will ititereat evrery Atiirricn,n cilizeu All irje news ol the day, Futeigu Ctuie.i,H)iiileiice, Agricultural Department, Market Itepo'rti, Ftiibion I'lutrs with elalvintttideiuriptioni nnd a va riety ot items ot boueehold inturp.t, makt up an ideal Family I'iiimt Wo fuiiiisirntE REPUBLICAN' and NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, l.tb paper. USB! fBill. www' V"-ft"W- T' UMDMMiaiificioaMiiaUaa. DjMatsr, Or.utf a a4 alt taa arr arTlalMiimiiu,Bnalk, aaa sawasa.as Ufir aoaUla aoiaiaff UlaHa U- ltak,Cai4taatl,P,SlCarttl U,TtnklMllUiUM,UCM,liUr KTrana -t M. - uirogiBawraKdniuiscor rTitfr la.iA,ffiAi,jMifiTlnB'lutrM uu lavKa. War a iriHl ITloa-- M tui,i3cwu. niPAna chemical go thcmvex srsirr. kw yqxc on. A&tt craaau. SamMe THE QUICKEST $1.25 1 1 Address all orders to the Advance IIAUTKOIU) RKi'l BLICAN. 3E3Ca,27ti03Ca., 33LIV. ONE YEAR inn. LINE' "aUr(CN ODISmLE CIHCIHHATI MP81, lr Direct Canaactlona Fa AND THE EAST. 4 W.M.St. to $7 to 5 . $8 i up Write your name and address oi a postal curd htnd il to Geo. W Pes Room 2, Tribune Building. New York Citj ad sample copy olTHK NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be uihMm! to voti Direct Cenaactlooa all PoIbU la To-da- y SI.ATK OI'OllIO.ClTV OI'TotHDO, 1 To-da- y Lucas County, Cheney ) ss makes oaths that he is the senior partner ol the firm ol V. J Cheney & Co., doltijr business in the City ol Toledo, County nnd State aforesaid, nnd that said firm will pay the Mini of One Hundred AGENTS' HARVEST TIME. Dollurs for each pud every c?e ol Finest Campaign Hooolc! tver issued. that cannot fc cured by the use Handle one or both ot these ol Hall's Catarth Cure nnd coin money. PRANK J. CHRNEY BRYAN. SKWAtl. ANO FRKK SILVER, Sworn to before me nnd Mthscribed in my ptesence, this Cth clay ol DeBy R. I,. Metcnlle. if Omaha "World-Herald,- " cember, A. O 1886 Also, 500 ppages. -a W. GI.IJASOX I'rankJ $S payable $15 Gold Crowns Salary $78), 3 weekly nnd expends Position per-t- u Porcelain Crowns Best set ol teeth (no better made Enclosed incut. Kelererce bow much you pay) no matter The stamped envelope Gold fillings National, Sui Dutlding, Chicago or women to travel responsible established house in WVNTRn-REVBR- AL lor OWENSBORO,KY. POSITIONS GUARANTEED. lion. Enter at any lime. Ken-luck- v Draughon's Practical h Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Vitalized Painless extracting with Air 50c Extracting Iree when Artificial permanentTeeth are ordered. Office ly located Aeonts Harvest LIl'KOF Timo! Cooikeeplni, Penraantblp, Sbortbasd, Typawrlllair, TiWirarJir, U. The moat Morcr tactical aiidrereuivf achooUof tke afnd in the ytoxM. aikl llie teilMroniitd onea In IheSoulli. liHluricd by Unkcn, mere baud, tmlnUteri, andothen. I ixit rrtkilnbooakeeplnt-wlthoaareequa- t to twelve wceka by the old plan. Their rrwldent U author ul" Uraueboira New System of Bookaeep-jiie- ," whlelieannot be Uutlit In UT other school. Vhlin fill lvenlo aycoll.te If we cannot show tao-- e Tt "Urn appllcatlona for bookkeeper! and V UUUi U U stenograph; ra, rrcelycd In ILea txihr m-- Ut, than any other five Buslneaa Cotlete. in the Sooth, alt " eomtimtiV cut ahow to have tectin ' n the past vtrtari. We e spend more ninney In the Interest of oar Employment Uep t rtmetit th t titlicr Lus. Collcse In Tcnn. Ukee In tuition. SSQp.OO Amount we bare deposited In bai "isranteethatwehavelnlhepaal anoTwIfl la the future fulfil, our euarantee cemtis .. tluvtU STUDY. We hare prepared, especially for homitltiiy, books on Bookktealnt, Shorthand and Penipanehip. Write ter prise ll.l. I'aoy. Dkauciion- -I now have a pailtion aa bookkeeper and teiMiraphcr for the Soulhriit Grocery Comtiany, of this plscej salary, J75 00 p- -r mouth. I owe It all to your book oa bookkeeper and shorthand prepared for home tlu&j.trlArmitrour, JlluJ, All. SffHS'S tw,, Cs1 CJft J3m$00?&f, Cheap board. Send for free illtutraUd catalogue. Mttuloo'thU paper, Naswiii, TflHSa,Tei, Mississippi, Louisiana, ArkavasM, Texas, Oklahoma, Mexico, and California. FAST TIMG LIMITED TRAINS. PULLMAH BUFFIT SUEPERf Write fur Information to the ntartat artatai llie Cbaaapeake, Ohio (outtawastara It. at. JOHN ECHOLS, S. Q. HATCH, Cen'l Mangr, Ccn'l I'?- l.aUISVILLE KY. a. -' AL rt Atinorlcan Sionm Laund PRINChTO.H, m KT., r- , money-makin- g otvpl-tallh- 1 ' Notary Public. We cll loth ol these books, nnd Hall's Cntarih Cure is taken it Urnnl ly and acts ditcctly on the bio d and i;uatuntee them to be the fineat and be&t invited durinc; 1S96 Very Libmucous luces ff the r)Mi-ii- i to Agents on either or Send Inr Irte 3 jt eral both ol tlir?e books Prospectus of V. I. CHRNIiY ii CO . Toll do, O each by mail, 16 cents Sold by DnijiBiMs. 75c ARents, Rft to work quick, seen re Hall's Family Pills nte the best. the Ciejm ol the Uusinos, and Coin SKDBAI.OIA curr.1 liy Or SI!Vxn Money. Fend for cltyant Prosptctus anil take otde ra nt onrr Address, Vlixa. "unni'uut iniiwv" , in inpiwt tiv II. ItAtlitiiflin .v Veufffffl ruiu.isfujKs- - suri'i,YCO, ,7:nrtuia. nil ,.71rnin nnd .1, "Onu rout u iIomj." nium 67&69Etnihenulldinff,St Louis, Mo, SKAt. I - MCKISI.EV AND IIOUART, t Dy Murat Halstrad, 6.ki pcca. THE POPULIST'S DREAM. BRYAN AND SEWELL Only authentic Biography of the Democratic Nominees for President ahead of all others. and This will be the Democratic Hand Boole ot 1S96 and millions will be sold. This will be the year of years for the sale of Campaign Books, for there never has been such excitement and controversy over a National election. Book will be handsomely illustra ted; 650 pages on fine paper, Cloth Binding 50; half Morocco Wilding 1 $1.00 FOB fOTItf PHOTOGRAPH. Wrlt w n letter coverliij; Ihcso thrro points: FntST. State how lot; you imvo V,ic .vn, or uwti, or sold "Dr. M. A. Simmons Uvcr Mutilclno." Second. Stale diseases you liai 0 known ft to euro and glvo tho names of thoso cured by it rmitu. livo your opinion ns to IJ10 tllffcrcnco between Its strength and nctlon, and tho strength uutl action of tho "Liver ItPRiilatnr" miulo by J. II. Zollln & Co., ami tho "Black Draught" m:;do hy C'liattaiioogu Medlclno Co : bold of which Imvo sold to dealers at U or 7 tents per packaj0, net, and should retail at not over 10 or l'J cents, if consumers ntti not Imposed upon, while our Original nrtlclo cannot ho Hold ut les than V3 touts jicr paekngo, ns wo Imvo too much regard for human llfu to uso cheap drugs In any of our medicines. Tho reason Is plain; Zelllu & Co. and tho old propt tutors of "Black Draught" woro both enjoined lroin tlccclvliiff tho jnihllo by using tho words constituting our trado namo ; thcro-forlook out that sotno dealer (not Knowing you aro posted) don't soil you some cheap packago nt a prollt of H00 oHOO percent., instead of ourGonuino "Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Modldnc," which you lio suro to specify, ami tako 1.0 othor, as thero Is nothing cUo llko It. On receipt of your loiter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you freo of chargo, n Jt 1)0 package Liver Mtxlltluo, or on revulptof letter without photograph, I I)..ca the fiuest work of any iHiiudrv In Kentucky., - Th vvnrk Is all guaranteetl. 'XIockIs are tint torn up, but are return ' el in gnml condition. ' Laundry Sluppod on Mon-dit- v, roturnod on Friday. C l.v.i.EaN0e Casebier IIaiitpokd, Ky. Agt, J. RTPlEfLE ' $2 00; by mail, postpaid. ARE YOU INSURED? If ' Bo, You Bhoaltl Vote mIIIi Caution ThU Year. icy holderH of the company, In which ho says: "Wo never supposed It necessary to provide that you should jmy your premiums or that wo should promlw; to pay your policies In any particular kind or quality of dollars; both with the exception of certain Canadian Insurances made during the civil war und while gold was at a premium are payable In "lawful money" only on the confident ussumptlou that the American people are sufficiently honest to keep Its dollurs meaning what they were meant to mean and ulwujrs hud meant. II lit now comes a political party and avows IU distinct purpota to make u dollar mean three distinct und widely different thlngut (1) A gold dollnr, worth fli bylllon joo cents anywhere In n silver dollar, worth u the world; bullion only M cent nt tho present time; (3) all the paper piomlHeu of dollars to bo hereafter Issued by the. govt eminent onlv redeemable In .either 100 Col. Greene, president of t!o Connecticut Mutual I.lfo Insurnnce company, has addrebsed a letter to the 250,000 pol- Very Liberal Terms to Agents. Agents get to work quick, secure the cream ol the BuslnesH, nnd Coin Money. Scnjl for elegant Prospectus 10 ceuts by mail, nnd take orders at once. AililrestH, , Mo. ' PUllLISIIERtJ' bUl'l'NV CO 67 tt 69 Emilie Building, St. Louis, i ULIIMLltlKODEVOIIETHnErE3, i.Esssuss,Lor Spihits. fJE.VEitAi. Lassitude. Dullness. iritAviNEss. Tiiied T.r.LiNO Sotiit Stomach Had Taste jn Mouth. Constipated How-k- l. 3kih & Evl3 Yellow Hiliousness, Loss op Stuenoth & Flesh. (Joate Tonoue- .- Pains ik Side it undek Shouldeii Ulades. Foul Breath, I.ivEit. tLEsii Sorr cj! Fi.Annr. Acute uimn Mouth. Nkiivous Headaches.-Mem- okt WEIOHT, IN STOMACH & Chko.vio AFTEH EATIKO. Sco tho nllmcuts, caused by indispositions of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, and Bowels, which Dr. M. A. .Simmons Liver Medlclno has Invariably cured siuco 1840. Sick Headache. PAtriTATiox or the Heaux Duowsiness. IitniTAniu- Tv. LsutqusTio.'t.wCoi.u Feet. ..NLAiiOE5tENT or LtVEH & Sl'LKEtr. Sleeh- -r- (u 1TIII 111.111 TWIl IV O ITUIll JIUCKUgU, 11UO. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTTJCXY. Is prepared to da any and all klais Pricea moat of Dental Operations, Office over Williams Ac reasonable. Dell's Drug Store. Vitttliicl air or laughing air tor paiultM itrictluu J 'y'y 1& Pettibonog Pine Point ntsort. Elkhart liako, Wlsoonsin. Bn elegant summer reabft on east bank ol lake, a ifi tdintr the moat beautiful sunset view., 26 ncre ot j ground adorned with sptluecultivated flowers, and delightful drive 1, boatidk: and bathing unttirpaeaed, j Croquet and lawn tennU. Good iuui . ic througlicut thearaaon uccoiuodation ' lor 500 guests, Rates $8 00 to $12 00 week, 2.50 a day. For further Information apply t j C V. PrvTTinonit. Elklmit Like, Win. 4 .it - () Malaiha. Hilis comiko Clouded & Indistinct. Wikd (,'omc Piles, iit Cuiuno Constipation 1'hoducino it. Kidnei Diseases. Fullness op Dlood in Head. Numbness op Hands, Akms & Feet. Welch-in- o up Oas. Uloatino op Stomach apteh Food is Taken. Ikkequlau Arpe-TirHeaiitbuiin. Dimness op Vision. Dizziness upon Suddenly Qettiku Up. Sukpocatino Sensations. Dispondenct op Piieqnant Women. Nausea lir.FortB on Aptsu Eatino. VKirnao. Yellow Jaundice. Deficient op FEMALH COMrLilNTS ruiUPIIlATION. DaCKACHES SO COMMON TO AU COLDS MOTHEUS. LATULENOr. Ixiss op Appetite. Paikh r Aniv iw .Innn Chilly Ieelinos Down tub Hack. Limbs Feel too Heavy. Champ Colic-S- kin Diiy & Harsh. Dilious Fevers. Paleness. Weaknkm. Thinness. Detestation op Food. Sudden Flushes ofIIeat. General Debility. Fiiet-- i ulness op tlietiiino children. dyspepsia, nervous depuessvon op woucv, Unpleasant Dreams. Spittino up op Food Apteh Eating. tlued op Children, by Humoviso the Cause. Ona.wino Sensations in Stomach. I'uppiness & Daiiic Ri.nos Under tub Eyes. That IlEsrLtsa 'Out op Sorts," Not Sick and Not Well Feeuno. so Common with l'EOPLE.lTnuiLDs up Weak &Dr.mr.irATED Motiiers and Fatiieus& Pale and LNPEEM.KD Children, by Perfectly JIeoulatinq tub Action op the Kidnkis, Liver, Stomach ft I Jowgls, so that all food taken is natuiially assimilatf.d. 0, F, SIMMONO 1IEDI0INE OO.fAops., ST, LOUIS, MO, e. Diah-itiiusOver-worked TOUl'ID wU i I Why stiller with Couehs, Colds and when Laxatiyv Dioaio Qi'Ininu ill cute you in on day, Dot priMlure tbe rinidnf in the l,B(irl'le -- ' tiiblets convenient for takinir, tiuitmntetd to cure, or money refund ed, Price. S Ceiitu. I'or sale by u ti lif lt Mr V Sttlphnleot Quinine. Put V U'lllUms, Beaver Dam; A B Anil. Sulphur Springs; Drown & Chapman, Centertown; Williams ft Hl. Hartlord: k. X, He Co., Kockpprt, . t M,AtJnjLL j,i&Uiail