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Mcntloa lull paper. 1 Br 10 doing vou cm hii saambcrshlp let. ir.s paid oyer 1)000,000 00 (of aaaUental Injuries. U your own Agent. MC UKD1CAI, The VOL. IX. Habtdrd Republican, KARTFORI), KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1896. NO. 6. fofs. ASK the recovered dyspeptic, billon l.urTerera, vletliM ( J fort r and iikiV, I o mercnrlal dlaunaed f ineni, in w intr rt cvcicdnealtli.encf (ul eplrlts nml Koou nppctltrtilies will tell liou b taking Him.JUum l.lvtn lltoU' LATOR SZAMINATIOK RKQCIMtfc The Cheapest, Pur.it nnd tint family meoicine in in. nonai For ttYbt' nPSW, CONSTlt'ATtOV, ttiti. dlec.IlUIOUa macks. SlLhm ADACllli.Lolle, HeDreCTlon ot Bplrlli, BOUK bTOJlALlI, , lleartlna-netc 1hl unrlvtolltd rtmedr I. warranted not to contain n unclo parilclo ot UELURV, or any rnlntrat AbKanci', but it 1,01 fTor BLOOD . pearly ttj&JXJE" Jk. EClVES HESDCaJD OOZED' I OEiTT-U,E-- i AMID HAND-CLAPPIN- DILKER TDECE. X-.3Z. - L:n. TJ!A2ln., i Pathotlc Foaturos of tho Donth of Actor Crozlor Othor Stago Viotlms. The Sun's c.iblo s peel it from dnn gives nn Interesting of the death of Actor&Crozlcr, coupling Lon-ncco- 0 4 . RQ m w (A S B ct I r lOO XOir OOH.t. tllO novr to curu TtuiwFi.r wiiii.i; IT. Don't Blii Tobacco. Udixh Tin tobacco habit grow on a mau until kit nervnui syntem is seriously tflected, itiipariuK health, conilurt and To tjuit suddenly is too happiness. asvera a shock to llio lyiteni, us tobacco to an inrvtcrntn ueer becomes a stimulant that hit system continual.)' itn scientific craves. "llaco-Cur- o" cure for tbe tncacco habit, in nil its forms, carclully compounded after the formula, of n enimcut Merlin physicians v?ho has used it iu bis privnto practice since 1872, without njniluro. It is purely vegctablo ami gunraiilecil perlectly harrabess. all th You can - tobacco you want wbilo takiug "Baco-Curo- ." It will notify you whan to atop. Wo give- a written guarantee to core permanently any case with three boxes, or toliiml the nixiiey with 10 per cent, interest. io "llaco-.Curo- " iiuota substitute, but witha tcisiitlfic cure, that-cur- es out the aid ot will power and with no It Icavci the system iucoiiTouieucs. ai puroaml Ireo from n cotloo as tbe iUt you tooic your urst now or sniune Cured Hy liacoCuro and tn'lle(l Thirty jtonn ds. From hundreds of tcatimonials, the originals of which arc on lilo and open toiniptction, iheiollowidgis prcsent'i d. UlaTton,NeadaCo.,Ark.,Jttn.28.'05. Kurska Chemical it Mtjj.r Co., La Crose,vWis. Qeutlome: For forty reals I used tobacco in nil Us tortus. year ot that tin.o I For twenty-fiv- e was a great sufferer from general debility and heart diieaao. ror fifteen years I tried to quit, but couldn't. I tosk various remedies, among others "Tho Indian Tobacco AutMott' Doublo Chlorideol Gold." t., etc., but none of them did me the Wast bit of good. Finally, howover, 'Baco 1 purchased a box ot your Curo" and it has entirely cured roe of th habit in all its formr, and I have increased thirty pouuds in weight and am relisved from all the numerous' aches aud prina ul body and tnind. I could write a quire of papor upon my changed feelings and conditions. Yours reipectlully, P. H Marburv. lVstor O. P. Bhurch, Clayton, Ark. So (I by all druggist at 81.00 per box; three boxes, (thirty Jays' treat written leut), $2 50 with irou-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt of prico. Write lor booklot and proof. Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wis., and Boston, "Xo-To-Uac- ." ad Poor with the history of other stage tragedies. Some ) earn Rgo at Manchester . 4;v otic of the combatants in the duel in This li nn Instance where the (ORomeo and lullft" wns killed In chicken could read "It'd n case ot d 0" Many absolute gameness on the one hnnd much thcsniiiennyCrozler. nctors cm recall afcldcnts more or nnd a knnlcdg'e ot Knglish on the 0 cjj less oil the stage cause by the othT," remarked Deputy Collector of Ojjuse ot teal weapons by nctors who Customs Ozennc, ol the Tcche lose their heads in the excitement of the other day. "I have what their pcisonallons some people sty is an inordinate fondl'echter Injured his opponent Geo. ness for gamechlckeus. Well, I have ft m Viulng, In the lo!t nctol "TheDuke's a good reason for It, that's not the Motto." Clnrles Warner once re- question. About two weeks ago I ceived a sharp dagger thrust, ol which concluded not to set nuy more game 03 he still retains the scar. Only a few eggs, on account ol the lateness of months ago Gordon Craig, playing the season, so I gathered n lot ol the "Macduff," Inidonwith such energy eggs deposited by the hens In that Macbeth's sword was shattered portions ol the yard nnd placed nnd its bearer was badly hurt. tbora in n nest, intending to take RThe killing of Crczier will probab- them into the house for tite there. TE FOR CA TALOG ly result in the enforced useof "prop- Among the lot was an egg belonging erty" or sham dagger on the stage, to a 'dunghill fowl, and tbls I markfor a time at least. The weapon used ed 'no good' nnd placed with the oth-ciby Mr l'mtiks on Monday night was Leaving the nest for nn hour, I iiis own property, a gilt to mm Irom found upon my return that alien, one the late Ada Cavendish. lie discard of the game ones, hid taken posses-- , ed the property dagger belonging to sion nnd was setting for dear life. the theater the usuil trick weapon, I thought I'd let her hatch, nnd the thebaic of which reccd-- two or next morning when I wenttothe nest three inches Into the handle when tbe I found the egg marked 'no good' on point is pres&ed ngainst a man's body. the straw outside. Thinking it had The tragedy took place in the last fallen out, I placed it again in the moments ol the play. "The Sins ol nest and left The next day I again the Night," which was being per- found the egg on the straw, and as I formed for the first time. Franks hid placed It in the middle of the lot plajed the part of a revengful Creole in the nest I thought this funny. I aud the unfortunate Crozler was the orce more placed the egg in the nest, Spanish villain of the piece. Just as again in the center of the lot, nnd the cuitaln falls the Creole (alls npon then went outside. Hearing a noise llic Spaniard and stabs him with the in the chicken house a little while words, "Now.my sister is avenged." later, I went back and found the hen Thn villain falls apparently dying, looking at the eggs. In a moment nnd none of the nudlence imagined she found what she wanted, and prothe realism was a reality, although ceeded to roll with her bill an egg ' H QEJM"6"" the danger was left stlckingin the ac- from the nest to the ground. She tor's breast. rolled It several feet away, and then, The curtain went down nt once and as if reconsidering her intention, to the house applauded generously. One leave it thus, deliberately cracked the AND WILL COM.MP.NCU ot the company on the stage saw shell. I picked up the pieces and what bad happened, went quickly to saw that it was the 'no good egg. the prostrate man, drew out tbe Not only had the hen been able to AND CONTINUU FIVIS DAYS weapon and nsked him if he was bad- read, but she had been top Thoy nro bi'iII in the lead in the SmitliwoM aikI will ahvnbe there with theii ly hurt. game to hatch a 'dunghill' egg." "It's nil right, don't weary," was ,arge and ash rcmiums whisper-eill- o Just now everybody Is begining to For nil elkfses ol Fine Stock. They puy the price of u linu huinu in tingl the reply. Then the other him to "Be brave," while the take a Spring Medicine. And it is a preniiunis for beet disjilajs of Utility, Sudd 0 mid IlanicM ctuck. curtains went up on the tableau in re- good thing to do provided you take sponse to the demands of the audiSimmons Liver Regulator the best Their hall mile track is improving every )tnir nml bids lair thhyear tn bo a ence. The actor breathed his last in Spring Medicine. It's n sluggish rrcoid breuker. Tho usual purses will lgivt'ii, ili rr will bi no cn that moment when the house cheered liver tkat clogs the system and makes Don't b- alraid of lustily the final tableau. trance lee,Asl everybody bus the same chum p. A dose a day of Simmons bad blood freeze outsvyou have got a show every time, nml Ifymir Irirso is the Liver Regulator will make a new man fastest you get the purfe nnd it cost you nothing to cuter. out ol you. nnd a new woman too. Bitters is a medicine suited Look for the Red Z on the package. for nny season, but perhaps more genSHE you Stand has been reduced to 10c, so look out erally needed, when the languid exs It is Simmons Liver Regulator To see the Knees from the Grand want' hnusted feeling prevails, when the jou don't got left when the rush comes. liver is torpid and sluggish and the OlSplAY 5H Is felt. TtlflJ-Will Ikj tip to tho usual standard, nml will bo as uttrnutivo no In't jcar. need of a tonic nnd alterative lie linlli sitry A prompt use of this medicine has SlfUtUIl premiums nro good, nnd tlic quanvrtjiM. The Poultry will be first.clafa. The 1: long and perhaps tatal bilious tity nnd quality of the exhibits are better cmy jc.ir. fevers. No mediciue will act more A Jllczirnii I.roaon. surely In counteracting and freeing If under the lead ot Bryan the monpoison, the system from the malarial ed are gooditho pooplo hnvo bee l siitying at h line and want Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, ey ol the United States is to be Are it is interesting to Inquire inYou needn't 10 be the best Fair for j ears. an outing; so look out for Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. Here Is n comto what that means afraid to bring your boys nnd girli, nothing goes thi' year but fiut-cla50c nnd $1.00 per bottle nt Williams parison of prices In El Paso, Tex., nml an entertainments; no intoxicnting liquins of nuy kind will bo sold & Bell's Drug Store. and in Juarez, Mexico, on .the same HE.MEMBEK THE old Inehloned Fair is what will bo tho ticket. E rj..m Mi. . rtliT.WT"!-yumtll" Va '' .A"fy.'7 vi ,;. t,.7ttLit ' 0 A Jiril K7 V containing tho.s Southern Hoot, ami llerbi which An I'rorid.nce hai fluciM In mom rriTHII. eountrl. vrhero Mer IdteT-It will cur. all Dltsn caAed by Derange-ne- at S. Gov't Report el the l.lver and HowcU. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. Tin 8YMPTOMS ot I.lvcr Complaint nra a bitter or bad taito In tho inoutln I'am In llio Ilaek, hlclcl nr Jointi, often mlitnkrn to ltlieii. ot Apretltet matismi 5our Stomach! Ao Dowels alternately o.tlva and lirai Headache) Lom ot Mimofy, vrlih ft painful minntlan n( havlntr falltd to do imttlilnit wJifTli uuchtto hture been done j Debility; Low Spirit, a thick yellow appearance of the Skin and Uvea, a dry Cough often ml.taken for Consumption. SometlBies many of these sympt.ma Attcna Ui. dlvesc, nt others very few; but tlf l.tVL'u Is utnTrally the sat of Uie'disease, an4 IWiot Regulated In tlnie, creat .ufTcrlng, wretchedness and DEATH will ensue The fallowing hlalily esteemed rernonsnttc.t to ttie virtues of Hlmiaohs Liter Hcffutiton Sen, W. s Holt, I'r.s. Ua. S V It It Co.) Rev. IJfWJ I. It. Teldcr. 1'erry, Oo.i C6I. K K Sparks, Al bany. I in. 1 w. Masierson, l.n .ttnerm Kbb Co., Stephens. CHICKEN COULD READ. course, in the interior they would be oa 1 Hon AlexanderItsIIvktues, personally, nnd "we nie much higher. I also find and do r now hat tesnd for llixnenslo. ItlliolisntsJ mid Headache it is hereby ccrtilv that Mexican lalnr In Throbbing saw. Wo triedthebest mcdklnc the fnrtv other retiudles world f cr Unow to Much to Wnato but none ijve Mexico, in the larger cities, is paid bflerebimmon.i l.lver Regulator,but flie Uif.w-lalus more than lemtwrary r.llefj not only relieved, but cured m" kD. Egu. TImo on a from 75 cents lo$i 50 per day in MexlELEGitArn am SltsRrtoEH, Jlacon, Oa, ican silver. The highest price or the HiNlirACTUIU.il ONLV nv J. It. ZllLIM & CO., Philad.lpula, Pa. very best nnd most skilled labor Is $2 PURELY VI.UETAIH.U, ABSOLUTELY its Powder PUBE Baking - dls-tilc- t, per day in the same kind of money. Iu the Interior of Mexico, in the country and smaller cities, the wages paid are from 20 cents to 30 cents lower than that given above. and sell of "Given under office this 71I1 day of August. A. D. my-linn- rituFESSWNAL JIIH.N.OICIIU, CARD. J.N.K. Ueililluu LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (OIBco, GLENN & WEDDING,. oer Ander-on-'a Ilsiaar.) o Hta3.c3.SOl23LOSt- R - iriil Will practico their profession in aL "R F. CAMPBHLL, Mayor ol Rl the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, aud court of Appeals, Special Pasor. Tt.xas " Also In studying this table, let It he attention given collections. ' borne in mind that wages in Mexico Notary Public for Ohio county. when tho silver are no higher J&.. dollar ot that country is worth but n little more than fifty cents than they AW. were when that dollar was worth moie 1896 to-d- ay Tamee Smltli, fflHHT JT V- than 100 cents. do working-me- How n like the ll.VIITFOItl), KY. showing? m Sold by authorized dean ers or direct from s. THEEEO.D t MAHUFAC'IUEES, Headrssn,Ky; The Daviess County HcwulU. From a letter written by Rev J. Gundermau, of Dimondale, Mich., we Suhlby Taylor. are peimltted to make this extract: M. L. ifEAvnw. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in HARTFORD, KY. the case of my wife. While I was' pastor of the Baptist Church nt Rives Perry Wasterfi&ld, Junction Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeded La Beavui: Dam, Ky. of Mnrvrlon Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court oi Appeals. Special attention given t Office east side ot puh'i collections. equnre. Attorneys at Law, Attorney at Law. FA I liberal paroxyim9 Grippe. Terrible coughing would last hours with little R.RrWEDDING . interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A iriend HAKTrono, Ky. recommended Dr. King's New DiscovWill practico his profession in all y ery; it was quickin its workandhlgh-l- the courts ot Ohio and adjoining satisfactory in results." Trial bot- counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. tles free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store, Regular size 50c. nnd $1,00. Attorney at Law, IS & "Sure 0" for f 189& OCTOBER tla., uKiryGAHo 50551 k aees- - Kit-cin- e lllllcr-Electri- c W op aomissiok FLOftAt HACt h f aspects io? $h ak w DATES: OCTOBER 6, Excursion Ratoa by lUvor and Railroad. For Privileges apply toT. A. PEDLEY, Mgr., Owcusb ro. List, or other inlormation, apply to tho Secretary. For Premium l 8,9 & 10, 1896. WANTET SEVERALto travel or women 3D3FL- - O .OBC. TODD,Prest NOTICE: I I for responsible established house in Kentucky. Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Releience. ' Enclosed stamped envelope. The National, Star Building, Chicago. ed I.llrrnry Xotca. of Mr. Cornelius Vender- bilt's disagreement with his son, and iitbrrhirji n t.A llic LH..I. ..(.. .Mfc tn inuci a much older than hinuell, the idltor" in the Septemol the Cosmopolltnn, Mass. ber Isoue, seiiouily discusses the education most uselul to modem life, CA Mile.' Ptn rilla. Ew ir Toinan J nt.d substantially, V not In words; asks: "Does modern college educaAS1RMTM COI.1IXO MUNKY NBI.I.INfl tion educate?" The September Ml'K OV ns If to show what a mag A nropos j-- If your gu)g(l'intioil r.ot paid, please send in the money at One subscription not. muftll. llllt SllbSCl'i ptiOllS eaBBSieBaj.all McKINliEYANDHOBART, By Murat Halstead, .'or 40 J ears the uiostianioua Journalist in America, assisted byIou. John Sherman, Gen. C. II. Grosvenor aud Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, Also contains complete Biography of Hon. Gsrrett A. Ilobalt, tioittluee lor No campaign Book equal to It Iiaa The lllustra... Tor been published. tiona areitiranubeAutlful, luctudlngr' Mr. andffMckliilty, and all the great national leader) also persona and placeSef' general Interest. 600 pages, printed oh ydrte paper Cloth Binding fe.'rllall Morocco Binding fa 00; bylnail', postpaid. Very Liberal Terms to Agents Agent act quickly lor now is your harvest time. Don't delayt order" flne J'roipoctus by wall, only 10 cents, whlcU merely covers cost ot postage and mailing. Addres, PUBLISHRRS' SUPPLY CO , 57 & 69 nmllle Building, St. Louis, Mo. a azine can do, gives lour complete 6to-- . I Ties in this single number, by such noted authors ns Frances Court 11 j Baylor, Maurice Thompson, Gettrude Louse 11.11, nnd John J u'llecEit ' tlin slno-lfirt nf Concrress nro- Mrs l.iw WalChataller.Moulliiii, hibltlng its further coinage, and as lace nnd otlit is tire nlfio among the legislators we are Iwund to take ol a contributors to this one The demoneof th causes. magazine th.it is hold for ten cents tization of silver in the great GerAmong oilier writ-i- ti Nor Is this ml man empire nnd the; consequent parnot already mentioned U CamlUe tial or well "igb complete suspension nwiWArlon, whn has auaiticlij on PRFHRH HFRVP FOODiUTo.! of coinage )u the government ot Latin "The Wonderful New Uye of Science," been leading, dominant which alouo is worth tbe entire price out dlseaM gcrsas, Imparting nltiy.vloroo. ' c.,uea or j,e rapid decline In the w IOC CRIlic .T,ni w. v. "",' ol the magazine. The Cosmopolitan aCIIOD SOre.tote. curt. value of silver " Quickly lusomnta eua LOST gMNHOOP. oala beeu'grnduully perkaiug Its has abas, Now, if several of the great nations tn back, nervousness. affMta of Indlscrcllooa. Itestore. mechanlcjl deptrtmeuta ciceMcs and and lost vitality In MALE .mail of earth have aided in lowering the OR week organs FCMALC Kcmovea anecit 01 eocc,opiun until tht publUbers oelieve that, in and llquor.ward. off In.anlty and coosumpiloa, price olsllvcr, is It logical to conclude eml.Iona, evil dreams and wat the September issue, they present a Moo. nlfhtlycures ladlgestlon.dlislness.hesd. that one nation can restore it? Cerlogdlscsies, unrivaled Iu artistic and me- ache and general debility. K.movea blotches tainly it Is absurd to claim that Buch number relieve, those afflicted andpluples, speedily chanical excellence with weak memory, confusion ol Ideas, averIs true. Yet this Is what the Chlca-g- q sion to society and seausl eihauitlon. Cures Blaine platform proposes to do when others (all. No unpleasant affects Irom III use. l)y mill securely sealed $1 a law. Sli boxes U, with a guarantee tocure or refund the w in too much ot a statesman to claim money, Convenient to carry la vest pocket. filtt. M that 16 to 1 would solve the probAddress all mall orders lo italli irsrr l(utua CO.. FRENCH NEF1VE FOOD Ky.. 0 . A lem, TISSSM. Western Agents, IhiIsvIIU, W 1 inctlt (Idll. Tlie Nllvert'rnae. The free silver men are having n great deal to say about the speech delivered by Mr Blaine in the Senate ol the United States, February 7th, is 1S7S. Mr. Blaine was a blmetalist 1 is true, but he was not for the tatlo 16 to 1. The following is nn extract from that famous speech: once. "To reiuonetlze It now, as though of that day is the fact and circumstanceswillfully and were surrounded us, Is 1.600, blindly to d.celvc ourselves. If our demonetrzatlou were the only cause the amOUnt t' .for the decline1.1 In sliver, nvnna- -remone- 1... ln .1 rt.1 afu I irzaiioii wuuiu uv uo " But the causes are fectual cause quite beyond our control have been I fu more potentially operative than, i't I isi-u- e lffi.Vll&VIKijKionhn OASTOniA. 2agr flCW1 Field & Holbrook defy all compe ti tion in the Buggy, Cnrt, Spring HARTFORD, KY. Wagon or Road Wagon line. Call Will practice his profession in all th and be convinced. courts of Ohio anil adjoining counties Duriug these almost unprccidented Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col hard times every citizen of a commulections a specialty. Office over Ohio nity should do all that is in his pow- County Bank. Also Notary Publie. er to make tiuiC3 as good as possible under the circumstances. And one (Comity IWorney) way in which this can be done is by union ol support in business matters by spending with home people HARTFORD, KY. what little money cell one has to Will practico his profession in the spend by keeping all the money nt Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to colhome In order that you may get hold ot It again. No matter what you buy lections. Office iu Courthouse. buy it of home people. You can buy JNO. B. WILSON, goods just as cheap at home as in the cases aut of every ten city and nine you will be better satisfied with what HARTFORD, KY. you buy. Never let a dollar leave QJPECIAL attention given to col" your commuulty If you can avoid it. L ) lections, mikino- nbstrnr.tn. & also Notary Public for Ohio County. U.DIM.V CJ1A1T.I.. . uiutu 11U11I1 BIUW Ul Rev. Bean preached tbe funeral oi Mr. Tom Vance at this place last R. E. LEESIMMEHMAN, Sunday. Mr. Tona McDonald and wife visHautfoiid, Ky. ited iu the neighborhood last week. Mr. R, McDonald and wife visited Will practice his profession in all the Mr. Henry Felix's family last week. Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Miss Katie Maple has been quite Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith sick for the past week. & Co., Market Street. Farmers are busy cutting and The worms have housing tobacco. day: almost taken the crop, "I. R. F. Campbelle, Mayor of the Mr. Logan Felix visited his brothSPECIALTY: city o! El Paso, Tex., hereby certify er, Rev. O. M. Felix, nt Bremen last that I have made careful and diligent week. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Inquiry into the wholesale price ot School opened at Victory the 31st, EVANSVILLU, IND. some common articles of merchandise ult., with Mr. Small as teacher. Office 4:6Upp. First st. in the city of El Paso, Tex , and the Messrs. Felix and Black begun city of Juatez. Mexico. August7, 1896. mnkiug molasses last weok. J.B. VIOKERS, The prices of the tollowlng articles in Busy Bed, the two cities are as follows those on this side of the river being reconed HmiTFORD, Ky., In United States money and those on Will puctice bis preleetion iu Okie other side In Mexican silver: the and adjoining ctuuttes. Ispecial atIn U S. In Mex. tention given to all buiiutsi entrust)! Brcaklasl bacou, per V$ 11 i $ 3 to his care. Office in Rli'Uulicav &" ao building. Matches, per gross 2 25 keg So Pickles, 60 40 Vinegar, 5'gal keg Mr.E.D.Jeuklni, of Uthonla. Ga ARMISTEAD JONES, 1 06 Bi. soda, perdoz. 40 Ida, lays that his daughter, whichInherited a mmal the 40 90 aevere cate of Ecienia, Salt, 2 lb, sacks to 10 Macaroni, per lb 2S mercury and potash remedies failed HARTFORD, KY.. Year by year she was treated powder '4 00 00 relieve. Royal baking 9 with various medicines, external appli- Will practice iu all the Courts ol Ohio 1 60 Molasses, per gallon 75 cations aud internal remedies, without and udjoiniug counties. Special atsufferings were intense, 08 7 result. Her Beans, per 5b worse. tention given to collections. Oflico and her condition grew steadily slid 9 All the nt with County Attorney. blood remedies Chees, per lb i thedis- reach xi 75 Ctndles, per box 5 op ease at all until S. 6 2$ a 00 Catsup, per doz S.S. was given, when Who oan think simple &n improvement Wanted-- An a 00 Idea of Kim. patent! 5 00 Jelly, per doz thing 10 was at once noticed. Protect Tour Ideaat they may bring you wealth. S Dried apples, per lb medicine was writ, juiii. Huivbnuuiui K w r.iv it The Washington, - CJ.,for in.ir nil o contlnuecd with fav- nays,IUt ot two uuikdrad venllons aiwanted. Dried applesand peaches, and orable results, and 1 2S per lb now aha is cured 10 sound and well, her l.oulavlllo.llonil.r.oii .V nt loiiU Hull-w- o 30 Dried prunes, per lb slcin Co' Hi tireel J lie 1. is perJectiy 1 1 06 Cornstarch, per doz 90 No. 41. No. dt. clear and pure and 1 00 I 90 Lemon ex , per doz daily daily she has been saved West bound from what threat L Louisville . . . 7 55a m 6 30pm a 25 3 00 Vanilla ex , per doz life forever. 7 55 L Brandenburg . . 9 ao Coffee, per lb 40 ened to blight her S.S.8. (guaranteed purely vegetable) Sao L Irvington . . 5 00 curea Eciema, Scrofula, Cancer, RheuSoap, per box 3 75 LStcphenport . 1028 858 to 1 00 70c to 1 50 matism, or any other blood trouble. lb Tea, per 35c 9 18 L 1047 It is a real blocd remedy and always L Clover port ,. II ia a 90 6 50 curea even afUr all else falls. Dev. ham, per doz Hawesville 9 44 L Owensboro , ia 15 p 1111048 10 75 Sugar, sack 100 lbs 5 50 t a 35 s Flour, sack 100 lbs Real Blood Remedy. Ar Henderson . No 154a. "55 44. No. 11 Rice? per lb 05 dally dally Hast bound Taken blood remedy far a blood disease; 8 00 ai 50 a tonic won't cure Con. milk, per case L Henntrson . . , 7 ao a m a S5 p m 3 55 L Owensboro . 7 90 8as Can tomatoes, per case a as Our books . 9 S 4 53 L Harvesville . a 40 8 50 on blood and Can peas, per case . 9SO LClovcrptTrt , 57 Crackers, per lb 07 , i akin diseases mailed free to 5 35 L Steplienpoit t 10 11 address, "The Mexican prices are the prices any 616 L Irvington ,. 1051 which prevail In the free zone, on Swift Specific n 18 ''6"39 L liraudnnbiirg Co., Atlanta, ia AS i m 3oq Ar Louisville which there is n small duty. Of Ga. dog-gon- Attorney at Law, Attorney at jCaw. Attorney ai Law IJUUIll-BUUn- aC OA8TOIUA. &! Attorney ai Jaw Mexl-caniz- r.. fi. amaer Attorney at Law, Eczema Ml Her Life. Attorney at law II M 1 11 " A sss , $ 1'''1' lllltf -- Kt s Stock K.tihangu to morrow UiM.ltm " Niilidliiti'iHlcin' Appointment. TunsDAY, Sitrf . 8. No. 6. 8 a. ut Ivan Rogers. No 75, 11 n. m. C. D. Chick N. 18, 2130 p. tn A II Ross? MrlMfeMMMUtta I, Hi, II I t I 1 M, Hartford Republican HAM A. Alli:itSI)K t'llllnr. I ! Subtfcrlplion, $125 por yoar Fiuntv, SiiritMniR4. '896. Subscriptions advance. RatosandTorins ft 35 pet nunum In IxmI notices 10c pet line first in sertion ntid 5c each subsequent inser-tion. Large contracts special rates. GUIs on candidates mid political matter 10c per line. owners of eiivrr bullion, butwimM make silver coin r.o freer to the tunny who aro engaged 111 olhor enterprises. It would not inako labor easier, the hours of labor shorter, or tho pay bet ,tcr. It would not start n factory or make n demand for an additional day's labor. It would create no new It would add nothing occupation. to the comfort of tho minuet, tho cap. 'tat or tho people, or tho wealth of the nation. It seeks to introduce n new measure of value, but would add Ou no value to tho thine measured, tho contrary, it would derange all ex It would not retnro hting valnefl. businesi coulideiico, but its dine: effect would In- la dettrny llie lltt'o which yet rritiiitm. oj the "Shall we now contemplate for a moment or allow tolnveany pawer over our hearts and minds, this temptation to debase our currency nnd put it in its financial position alongside ol the Aslitlc countries; ol our weak and strugling sister Republic ol Mexico Does not every Instinct of pride, do; not every instinct ot sell interest, doci not every thoughtful, nflcctlon-at- e interest in others, does not our sense of justice and honor rise up to rebuke the Infamous proposition that tills Government nnd its people shall become n Niitioii nnd a people of repudiation." , Ir Wmunusdvy Skpt 9. No. 2, 8 n m Jnmes Divls. No 82, tt a. m W. A. Case'iier No 81.2:30 p. tu. J. M. Stogner 1 Thursday, Skit, to No. 19, 8 a. m Miss Sophia Davidson. No 99, R. Robert111. son. No yt, 2:30 p tu. J. Kurt Taylor. Tho Iron grnep of scrofula has no mercy upon Its victims. This demon of the blood U often not natlsllcd with causing drcndrul tores, but racks tho body with the pubis of iheumatliiu until Hood's Siirsnpai Ilia cures. "Nearly four years (go I became afflicted with icrofula and rhoumttUm. wi i TK-- w B " &k lii HPK and b"" Ef$Mi ifrflis iSieyeles Am Gnati - Pritft MPW , 1 tin K. IJ.l Mr. llliiiftli'lilrlliiiini,tt tniwrr. J. nl n. G Fltr.htigh ' Coutler-Jutirji- asked the the fallowing ques- FntDAY, Skit. it. No. 22, 8 a. in; L. D. P. Whtttak-e- r. No 21, 11 a. m. W. L. Scott, No. tot, 2:30 p. in, Ozna Shultz. Monday, Skit. 111 14 X Republican Ticket. ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. WILLIAM McKINLEY, of Ohio. for I'rrnltlent. Tor Vice PrtilUfnt, GARRETT A. HOBART, of New Jerecy. JOHN W. LEWIS. From 4th District of Kentucky. ELECTORS FOR KENTUCKY. At Large 0. S. Deraing, Mt. Olivet. At Largo S. II. Kash, Manchester. First District W. S. Mason, of Mav field. Second District George II. Tow-cr- y, of Dixon. Third Distric- t- J. F. Taylor, of Glasgow. Fourth District J. S. R. Wedding, of Hartford. Fifth District Chnrles ti. Stiglitz, of Louisville. . Sixth District D. B. Wallace, of Warsaw. Seventh District John L. Bosloy, of for CnnareM. Paris. Eighth District N. Daniel Miles, Ninth District Robert Buckley, of of Nicholtwville. rrtr-llomul unit Hounil Moimjt The Com if tclnl has been nine I by a good man) round money men, Republicans ns veil us Dciuocrtits, to jay nothing about the tnrift, ns nrjiuments for protection nre likely to repel rnth-e- r than attract .sound money freetraders. Nevertbe less, we see that the sound money Democrats in New York and other States have not hesitated to insist emphatically on their views. The Democratic patty has been split in two by dissensions on the money question, but both sides insist on free trade. The Republican party holds to its traditional doctrine of money and protection And is united in advocacy of them. Thousands of voters adhere to it because it Is for protection and are Interested in the advocacy and defence of protection The sound money Democrats who have refused to join in the surrender to the Populistic element wh'ch cap. tu red the party orgtinizition at Chicago believe that the free coinage of silver will bring immediate disaster to business, overwhelm thousands ir. financial ruin and bring distress and poverty to the land. They have lived under protection, and while they may think that the country would have done better under free trade, they know that it has grown and prospered under protection, and know therefore, that protection will not brinj destruction. Believing them to be sincere in their opinions about the Immediate disaster sure to follow the adoption of a free silver policy, we free-trad- e free-trad- e Hrpnbllfnn tion on the '(iunncliil jt?iriitinTi and we publish both the question and conceded, I tullevc, by both Kipublic.ius and National Democrats, tlA Iter nnd unlimited coinage of sl.ver bullion would be conductive to welfare of the owners of silver bullion. How would the owners of silver bullion lie Urufited if wc should ndopt .silver ns out staudatd o! vnluc silver inoiionu talliMii, instead of I can undily gold monometallism? No 44. 8 a in Ita Petty. No 35, J. F. Park No. 102, 2:30 p. it a Wallace Rossoti. m Banning soret broke out on my thighs. Pieces ot bona came out and an operation waa contemplated, I had rheumatism In my legs, drawn up out otshapo. I loo could not alcep. I waa a perfect wreck. I continued to grow worao and finally gave up tho doctor's treatment to tap-pett- e, Made ARE RIGHT - Bicycle repnirngof all kinds done promptly l Bicycles! - v flin- ! 209 Mien m Crush Street, answei: It is genrnlly Tursday, Skit. 15. No. 71, 8 n. m II. IJ. Cox No. 34, tt a. 111, D II Godsey. No 62, 2:30 p 111. A. G. Teel. Wednesday, Srpt. No. ti2, 8 a. 111 11 a. 111. Carl Soper. ni. C. M Crowe. 16 No. 39, p. No 96, 17. Boon appctlta take Hood's Baraaparllla. came back; tho sorea commonccd to heal. My llmba atratglitcned out and I threw away my crutches. I am now itout and bearty and am Inrmlnjt, whentaa four yearaaKoI Ttaa a cripple. I gladly recommend Hood's PAnaparlltaJ' URUAM Hammond, Table Grove, Illlaots. Well Bicycles! ! utiiij: pimci - 1: aVki ON OUR ENTlltK T'n Trti MNK0P WI1EKLS. f50.CO. I WlinrMii TIhiIiil'o:! to Victor, iMapoleon, Garner. Writoior Cutitloguo and Spocial wsaGSr Monarch, Discount Overland j 1 Thursday, Sept No 77, it a tu. W M. Johnson. No. No. 47, 1 1 n m tee that the silver bullion owner 4, 2:30 p. m A. M. Johnson. might be the posessor of a rcatcr Fridw, Suit tS number of dolUta. but ns their purNo. F. 8 a. tu Mark Acton. No. chasing power would be but about 98, 11 a. in. C. W. Mosely. 3 2:30 p. one halt of thut ot a gold dolhr, I m. A. R. Renfrow. ntn unable to ste how the silver bull I will be at my office on Saturdays inn owiiet'ti wealth would be increasexcept the following dales: Sept. 5H1 ed. ,0 S. FITZllUGII. and 19th, Oct. 17th and 31st, Nov. Narrows, Ky; 7th and 2tst, on which dates I will The purchasing power of the silver attend the various District associadollar would be but nbout one-ha- lf tions. I will also be at my office on that of the gold dollar, but its first Mondays. power ,would be too cents. Z. II. Shultz, Co. Supt. The bullion owner by coining his The best way to avoid scalp disease, bullion could pay his debts nnd his t workmen in dollats, and hair falling out, and premature baldhis bullion would be in demand by ness, is to use the best preventive others who would be willing to take known for that purpose Hall's Hair law to Renewcr. advantage of the debt-paying fifty-cenlegal-tender Hood's Sarsaparilla I the One True HlooJ 1'urUler. All drogirUtv 1 1. rrtparedonly by C. t. Hood li Co., Lowell, Mail. ' As We Will Save you vvoney Bicyclo Sundries at Uwk Bottom Prices. llqmiri.ig done on short notice. I Hill TO&titl3T, &3& VvrlnsioroiKv." utrntm ' I HOOd S PIUS cure llrer 111", eaiy to take, eair to operate. M iiiiniiiiiiii'"'ii MMpa swindle their credits. Mt. Olivet Tenth District ackson. of Somerset. J. B. Marcum, of Eleventh District II. G. Trimble, Mr. Bryan is still going around the country making speeches about the same as if he was a candidate for coroner or constable. Convention of the National Democratic party is now in session at Indianapolis. It is made up of the head and shoulders of the Democratic The party. election in Vermont Tuesday the Republicans received a majority of over 30,000. This is the first State election in thoEast during this year and clearly shows how the country will go in November. In the State one of his speeches ou Wednesday Mr. Bryan said: "Island before you to declare in your presence that I indorse every word and syllable of the Chicago platform.'' It is rather r queer way of seeking the Presidency by needlessly repelling voters. - In Sincu tho G. A. R. Encampment in 1894 there have been 30,000 deaths among tho members of tho order, which now leaves n membership of This is a pretty good show-in-g 348,000. taking into consideration that it has been nearly SO years since the beginning of the war. The McKinUy and Hobart Club of Hartford have opened headquarters Chairover T. II. Black's grocery. man C. M. Barnett of the State Central Committee, has presented to tho club two large portraits of McKinley and Hobart, which now adorn tho Every Refront of headquarters. publican in Ohio county is invited to visit headquarters when in Hartford. You will always bo wolcorae. Tin: Hartford JJerald is very much like a flea. It has only been a short while since that paper was arrayed against everything contained in tho Populist platform and was bitter in its denunciation of the Populist party ou every occasion that presented it self, but now tbey are down on their kuees beggiug the Populists to come Wonder why to their assistance. Tho they do not help the Populists? and an. Jferald is one thing other to-d- ay Release is at hand fur all sufferers from coughs aud colds or diseases of the throat, bronchial tubes or nasal cavities who will resort to the right remedy. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cures all disorders and sickness ot this kind. Thousands have testified to this fact. It is mide of simple and harmless ingrediente of pine tar and combined. honey scientifically It urge and advise them, after reassernever fails. There is nothing "just as doctrine, to drop good " ting their Take no substitute from any drugthat question and use their best efFor sale by Z Wayne Griffin forts to make certain the election of a gist & Bro. sound money President. After that is done and we begin to There is an interesting story belegislate for remedies, will be abetter hind the Park City Times' changed time for those who put sound money from its advocacy of free silver to above everything to dispute with champion the cause of sound money others who ate fighting sound money The Bowling Green Advocates says: from anotner standpoint, about the Gen. Bnckner spiked the Times' causes to which our present difficulguns: Comuicrchl. ties arc attributable. C M. Lewis, general manager of the Park City Times and owner oltbe Think It liver. Have you ever beard of a medicine majority of the shares in the plant, with such a record of cures as Hood's had paid $1,003 in cash for stock and Sarsapanlla? Don't you know that owed Gov. Burkner $7,000 for the Hood's Sarsapanlla, the One true stock delivered him. "Mr. Lewis, since contracting the Blood I'utifler. has proved, over and over again, that it has power to cure, debt, has been unable to lessen it, even after all other remedies fall? If and it is said he had paid but little you have impute blood you may take interest on the debt. Gov. Buckner Hood's Sarsaparilla with the utmost had waited patiently on him, and had given him his word that he would confidence that it will do you good. wait longer. But on Tuesday last Hood's Pills assist digestion. 25 the Governor arrived In the city, and cents. and was met here by George Edwards We have received from the Home and Wilbur Browder, of Russellvllle, Music Co., Logansport, Ind , a copy nnd Major Stnhlmau, a prominent of their McKinley Songster, contain-in- g railroad man, of Nashville. They rousing campaign consulted, and Mr. Lewis was notifitwenty-fivsongs for McKinley, Protection and ed that he must put up the $7,000 at Sound Money. Thewordsarebtirring once, which he was unable to do, and and humorous and have points sharp consequently sold the paper to the gold bugs whowete alter him " as needles. They are set to easy, attractive music, arranged for male Good Old Granny Metcqlfe, 87 years voices; but many of the songs may old, living at 1005 South Fifth street, fine Puducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's be sung by mixed voices with eflect. The price is tscents per copy, Piue Tar Honey is the best grip cure, or $1.50 per dozen. We advise Re- cough, lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the public publican Campaign Clubs to arm during her Hie a supply of this themselves with Diuggists sell it. For sale by Z Wajne Griffin & Bro. book. e XllKKCI Till! little, low down, sneaking cry lug, cruuky Hartford Herald this week makes u weak attempt to preju-ilic- a tho farming caa uf peoplo agtiusttlioRepublican party bycastin slurs ut the largo pictures of McKiu-lo- y and Hobart which adorn the front of the Republican headquarters in and Such J'uriu'ism, Hartford. hiioli low down inelho'li ure beneath the notice of lespectublo paoplo, and we only mention them in thhonnco. tion to show our renders haw low they will stoop to further their cause. Said Mujor McKinley, in his letter of acceptance: "Freo silver would not mean thut silver d illars wero to bo It freely had without cost or labor. would mean the freo uee of tho mints ol ihfUiiiipdHiiiles for tho few who are in . ' Ml lla llutUiugsSmp. TutnOouil. CmQ Hold drunuLU, WHMt rrTrT?nfflai i In lima. br I?' JKBW H nr-7r- In A cold In the head is one of the and dlcomlorting of most distres-iinIt iMiteslo-- s of sleep If unbuilt iicgltcted it terminates in that must tion ood " h'I ciUrrh of ,tf la art ntrl l.iw nrnrl itmed vpjrs obnoxious ofthroatdueases Hells Pine Dr the tint the Tar head or is a prompt and i.ever ' ago lu England hy Grch-itHoney ' cheaper dollar drive tb better out falling cure sell it. For Up todstr ilnugi-i- s It has been lllustraded In the history of every conimcrciil nation in the sale by Z Wayne Guflin & Bro, world, nnd anybody ol half sense II 1)11,1 fill I'M, could see why it is so," Miss Kttii- - I'u kns n iit'en led the "I undettike to siy that if Mr. Imix sup tr at Co eo id datiiiday Bryan or n man holding his views n in In. were in the Presidential chair without Missis Claia Foster, Frauds and anv lecHution by Congtess we shou'd M.i','gie Black wcte the guests ol be on a silver bisls In n week's time Mtssen Octav.i and Inn Black MonAll he would have to do would be to day. at Quite a '! 1 to u Con-'orlet the tcserve go, to piy out silver when men asked lor gold, and we tended church t Hamlin Fundav. MesMx Mollis Darnel and Willie should already be on a silver tnsls," Tanner, No Creek, attended chinch "If it could be known to tilt 111 that ut Hamlin Su day. Mr l.'gm IV ix vi Itrd nt Bremen the gallmt sol Her, that typical ' BU-.young Aiuertcin, that distinguished la-- t week statesman, Wlllhm Mc and OASTOXIXA. Klnley, ol Ohio, (aphiune and duels) i full ll mill be elected President, w mid certainly Tirr won 1 lake to cover llltlUI " how the beats tf I' I 1 Nobody doubts the statesmanship Harrison. and wisdom of In addition to a bright and logical mind he brings to the subject of the cutrency the weight of a ripe experience in administering the affiirs of the Nation. Hete ate some of the crisp things he says about the free coinage of silver: "The first dirty errand a dirty dollar does is to cheat the working men." "1 have resisted in many campiigns this idea that n debased currency could help the working men " "No nation can be free ol the laws of trade. If I have a gold dollar In this hand and a silver dollar In that and vou declare they nre rquil and I can take the gold dolhr to a bullion broker and get two dollars for it, I know it is a lie " "Tlie Government can declueby law what shall be the rehtlve vilne of an ounce of gold und an ounce of silver, but it caunot make the declara Ullltl. llt.M'IIOVV. Nvnlnif Mnrlilue. If on are thinking of buying Saturday. call on or write to Gross Williams Mr. I, II Fri7ll and Miss Sadie him bring you one of the Renfrow weie married at the home of let est Singers. They are just too the bride's father, J T. Renfrow, on for anj thing. last Sund ly. Mr. and Mrs Frank GofT, of Grays son county, visited Irieuds and rcla tlves lu this c immunity Siturday and MUses Zoa and Clsa Beck have home from a few diy's visit to relatives in the Mt, Pleasant neigh' borhood Miss Flora Rains went to Mt Pleas-an- t I.ihhI Mile lor Thxm. By virtue of tuxes due the State ot Kentucky nnd county of Ohio lor llie years 1S95 aud 1896, I or one ol my Deputies will on Monday the 7th day of September, 1896, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.tu aud 4 o'clock p. m. at the Con it House door in Ilattlord, Ohio county, Ky , txporc for sale, to the highest bidder, lor cash in hnnd, the lotlowiug lauds (or so much tbeteol ns may bt necessary to satisfy the amount ol the tnxs due and costs) to wit.: Siulpluir Nirlnir Itrpiiblleoim. rem yhaii 1S9.S All voters of Sulphur Spring preOwner Arccs Tax & costs cinct who desire the election of Mc- Bishop, Thompson 6j . . . . $4 30 Kinley and Hobart are requested to Bashatu. Win. A. t 4 35 meet at Sulphur Springs Saturday Bray, Win. 80 . . . . 6 45 night September 12, '96, to organize Bashara.Joe D. 14 4 55 a Republican Club. Hon. C. M. Boswell, Thos. 11 3 75 75 Barnett will address the meeting. Cooper, Kd P. 3 80 9 All Democrats and Populists invited. Everly, Klizabeth too . . . . 5 35 J. H. Thomas, Fotd Bros. 5 . . . . 7 50 Precinct Committeeman. Fulkerson, Jacob W. 50 . . . . 5 95 25 . . . . 5 so Merit in medicine means the power Fielden, Lewis 17 . . . 4 65 to cure. The great cures by Hood's Farmer, Thos O. 3 . . . . 5 45 Sarsaparilla prove Itsunequalled mer- Guy, John M. Galley, Agnes B. 4 80 50 it. . 4 00 Howard, Martha A. 172 Itaalne Mcltlulcy mid Ilobnrll'lnb. Hamilton. Lucimla 75 . . . . 4 80 On last Saturday, August 29, a Mc120 . . . . 1335 Hunter, Jas. A and Lewis club was Kinley, Hobart Likens, Kas. 20 . . . . 4 9J organized at this place with a memKuykcndoll, Mary J. 225 Bruno Frey was elecbership of too. 2 tracts . . . . ted President, M. S. Ragland Vice Matlock, Win. 16 . . . . 4 90 President, TJ G. Raglaad Secretary, Maddox, John 3 . . . . 4 90 We had a O.G. Crowder Treasurer. Perry, Martha to acres of good crowd and a good speech by Jno. land and I town lot . .3 85 II. Thomas and In fict everything Watson, Wade II. 19S . . . . 8 10 goes to show that old Rosine can still Young, lizra 92 . . . . 7 00 We will meet every wear horns. TOWN LOTS. Saturday night two weeks. No. lots Tax & costs Owner Bruno Frey, Pics. I 2 40 Sullivan. R. B. U. G. Ragland, Sec'y. t . . . . $6 45 Olaughlin, Biidget m . 1 Wallace, Mary F. 4 20 A Correction, FOR YEAR 1896 Mr. Anderson: The statement published in your paper by Hanner Acres Tax & costs Owner Reddish Is not true, and I cm prove Burns, W. P. $3 05 32 that it is not. Please correct it. . 100 Kisler.Wm. G. W. Reddish 22S . . . . 12 25 Finch. W. L. Griflith.Clinton Sr. 147 . . . . 5 20 U.MOX. 8 25 Same for 1895 Mr. C. Hunly is sick o! typhoid 13 . . . . 4 5 His little daughter, Mary, who Holbrook, Lewis . 7 20 has been so low is able to sit up. Hudson. Win, T 86,t 121 . . . . 720 Mr. Richard Plummer's little child is Kissinger, J. W. Miss Sophia Davidson is Lee, Jas. K. 3 tracts 207 . . . . 12 70 better. 3 15 32 Mr. Miles, C. F. sick, also Mr. A. W. Davidson Triplett, Robert Horace Hocker isableto be out again too . . . . 5 20 Mrs, Ada Reid, who has been sick Thixton, John 154 . . . . 6 20 600 . . . . 45 50 so long, died at her home Friday Taylor Bro's. TOWN LOTS morning, was burled Saturday. Mrs. No. lots Tux & costs Owner Reid leaves a mother, husband nnd 1 five children to mourn her loss. She Long. W. F. f0 15 2 . . . . 4 15 was a good neighbor and will be Masterson, Pat t . . . . 8 20 greatly missed by all who knew her. O'Laughlln, lames The singing school at this place A liberal reduction of costs will be conducted by Mr. Horace Taylor will made ou any of above, if paid befme day ot sale, Aug. 7, '96 C P Keown, close next Sunday. SheriO Ohio County, Ky. Farmers are about done cutting toS. B. P. bacco. $ c AST aw f?fli I A mil $ KttftU ft 18 9 0. A 20TII CKXTUltY Of? EXPOSITION. "Relipsintj Former Events, 51-i- .... .... .... .... .... ... HilllualiwH jo, -- fair Jociation, AT- GREUNVILLI! KT., Oet 14,1s, Ifo and P? ; The acme of perpction, acres ot shady grove. hreeze-swe- pl ;i Liberal Premiums m Every Department. tWThoTjtIng speed rings On Friday and Salurday. Magnificent pure food exhibition. Grand . .... .... .... ... ... display of flowers and vegetables. Special attractions the like of which you never saw before. . "' ." j: Live stock department will exhibition of fe--e- r. be unexcelled. The poultry show will be a complete .... .... itself. Exhibits of women's work, Magnificent painting, Scholars' work, etc.,etc. Races and band concert every day. Sports, games of all kinds. Ample accommodations for all. Grounds supplied with plenty of water. BALLOON ASCENSION EACH DAY ; . For promlum list and other iutormntion address tun 8oo'y. T7C X,. SeCy. one, Sunday. Miss Tim Lee, of Reiver Dam, was the jiuest of Miss Mantle Renfrow Inst Sunday. Miss Mapgic Arnold, Horse Branch, was the guest of Mii Ida Arnold last Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. L II. Prlwle ore Irieuds ut Denver Dam this week. E. NOTICE: If your subscription is r.ot paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 subscriptions amount to a great deal. Coin Dcbool. -ko This Hkst Salvu in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sorea, Ulcer, Salt and Rheutn, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chaplat ped Hands, Chilhlains, Corim.and all nice Skin Kruptions, and positively curesd Piles, or no pay required. It is to give perfect satisfaction or motey refunded. Trice s cent per box. FOR SALR BY Williams V Bell. Ruar-antee- Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. . - Notice! your subscriptIf ion is not paid, ploaso send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but A V -- sol' sk.1 Mafri ra KH subscriptions amount to a great deal. 1,600 . HERE! lipWflEp uiilB''11'' Samples of Fall Tailoring Prettl6t Styles Largest Assortment Lowest Prices Ibur4pky sp.vr'.R..u. or wonitii h trwl 'or responsible ei't.thluhtM h('Ue In Km WvNTirr r w f l ml'lKSse.1 MHiiiel eiivvlnpe. 'llie N.itlnnnl, St.ir HuiMlug, Chicago. Salary f 78 tucVy weekly nml expenses luanent Uileierice 6t 1, p.tjaWe 515 rusltlon Rnclo-o- I dUtf 'ltH!tVI.M Sth On Frldu iitfnitiijr Aui?mt Mr. Outer Stewart dlid cry Middens ly of t phut'l liver nnd hvait failure. Teacher How toany cents make ou One of Butler omul) n best rlt zenn dollar? Coin Harvey, Jr. Ulty cent molts gone, one whom iveryLody IIVnl, on dollar. who attended to liU own afTurs. Teacher What do you niennt Why one He leaves a wi'e and two childien to hnve you not learned your lesson? Coin 'Cauao pa would whip me If I tnoutn his losi. He wai a kind hussaid It took 100 centH to make one dollar. band, n kind father nnd n good neighTeacher Whip you? What for? bor, one who will be greatly missed Coin For bcliiff a Roldbwj nndffolng K I). in our community, to a Wall street school. itf r-juH This Label MT ' in every Coat stands as Our Guarantee WE to fit and please you, ARO RBADV TO TAKB YOUR MEASURE. W J. A. THOMAS, v --. .Mif.-d.M- JL&iM'v- -, ..ittBW-.- ' L'il(iiA iiiyr- - "- -. sesiJL J.' . w . il. Lm. - . A .. ,...- v r 9" rpgw1WlrmggJ tAt ' - - - ','i'inni gJCli iVii..lliitT.tAMVy3tjUt &. -- w figfe Pair. JJB See Field Holbrook'a new bug- BOOTS &S Now Sick Headache Permanently Cured sidk heuduclic. It was usually accompanied with severe pal s in tlio temples and sickness at tho stomach. I tried a good many remedies recommended for 11 gies Buy youi machine t.ccdiu, oil, &c, til GitMs William- UlgritMi Hcnoro Awarded World' Ohio (Jocinfy W5TH stf,. -s- pair lijUcS 1r fh? "I was troubled, n long time, with Field At 11 I ihi 1. .- - selling Bug. gles, harness, Moore's lapdustcr:) mid wtilpj. Mrs. John Sutton, ol color, died at Her home on Uiiffiu Avenuelust Monday ot typhoid fever. Field & llolbrook handle the most serviceable Buggies ever sold in Ohio county . Cull and examine them. Remember we take In old Sewing Machines as p.itt p,iy on our New Singers. Gudss Wii.maus Agent, Cfi CREAM M .11 Skr-".. thai tho niorninga uro getting cool and tho children are going to school V will bo compelled to have shoes. this complaint; but it was not until I began taking iJAfiING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pu'o Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fref from Ammonia, Alum or any otheradulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A 'MM 2 lw. ' .,,.1 r av j,'fvovr '. ' q!K.,tyf'ii n- ? AYER'S Tills that I received anything liko perimi-nebenefit. A sin gle, box of theso pills did tho woik for me, nnd I am now n well tniui." Want to say to 'sFAIR BROS. & CO. their patrons they have in " IavI C. II.IIUTaiiNos,EastAu.burn,Me. For tho rapid euro of Constlpa-Ho- gy tiding n, Few pIc.tMlltil exceed that ol bugBuy one ul Field & enjoy lite. ' their Dyspepsia, lllllotisnoss, and all disorders of Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, tako Nun-se- AYER'S Cathartic Pills Ask Field & llolbrook buy thtir buggies by the car load dure I itotn the Hence manufactory paying t'asli. the .uv pncis. Field & Holurojk sell their new Buggits at such astonishingly low prices that everybody owning horse can afford to possess one. 11 BEAVER DAM. Dr. J. preached rA&iixa iwcbb OF THESE GOODS D". KtJttl aad Diploma at WorM' frdr. psr tfrattM (or Ajer's Swusirtlla At' frizes ha.f areThe Average i - Save your laundiy Mr. M. L Hcavrlu this week fir Lyman 3 Was Will-lam- s. tf Lytu in Williams will call foi your laundiy Monday and Tutsday mornings and deliver it Friday. Save it 6 ti for him. We have just received u lot of uew lace curtains and dress trimming, kid gloves &c. Ask to see them. Caksoh St Co. A Way 6JCO W Merchant-""' in Owens-bor- y Mr, W. M Hudson has returned from a trip to Owensboro, ANY FARMER Paving Irge v u v Families to Shoe i ef l WILL SAVE MONEY BY CALLING ON US. ITLia: Bros- - (5s Co. FropriotOrs, plarlford Sample of Fashion. fe' sw i- Dr. J. 3 Coleman will b with ua Bulllngtou Is prepared tu give yon nt both appointments at Slaty Creek a good shave or nhampno, Saturday and Sunday next and do the Remember Bulllngtou when you preaching. A large attendance is want a good shaVc or linlr cut. uirncstly requested. Cull on Thus 11 Black Monday for Jo B. Rooicks, Pastor. a good lunch, He will lix you up In Ede Allen was tried before Judge 81 le. Juo. P. Morton Tuesday charged with A large crowd heard Rev. Jo B. having broke into Awlry, Thompson Rogers preach nt Huff's Ctcek last & Co's store nt Horse Branch and was held to await the action of g rand Sunday. Dr. E W. Ford has rented and jury in the sum of $300; failing to bond he was taken back to jail. moved to Mrs. Carrie Williams huusc give -- The following named persons have on Market street. p lid their subscription tu Tub Ri 1). M. Hoeker is getCounty Clerk ting nlong well and W..3 able to be 1'imucAN sincv cur last issue: T. IS. Webb, Jno King, Hartford; W. P. down town this wiek. Render, Point Pleasant; W. Alexan The Hartford House it now open der, South Carrollton: Robt. Wobb, and Mr Allen invites nil of his Irunds Bcda; Win, M. Aw try, Horse Branch. to call on him when In town. Why be hoodwinked into buying a Mrs. Valera Ytlser has moved into Cheap John Sewing Machine, when Mrs. Vaught's property nnd will run you can buy the best on earth (Singa first class lioauling house, er) by paying $5 00 down and $3.00 R.v. Jo U. Rogers will, preach nt every month till paid. Remember Select ou Satuiday night belore the there is only one agent iu Ohio county nnd that is Gross Williams, Hartstcoud Sunday In this mouth. Mr. Sam G Khoads,ol Westerfield, in the Eastern citiei purchasing n tail slock ol goods lor Fair Bros & has rtutcd the Sells House nnd livery stable iu Owensboro and will move Co his family to saute this month, where Mrs. Rowan HolbrooX, whu has he will run the hotel and livery stabeen sick for several d lys, was reble in connection. Mr.Rhoads is one ported to be somewhat belter yester- of Ohio count) 's best citizens and day. will no doubt meet with much sucThere are several head ol horses on cess In his new business. the Haitford Fair Grounds, getting G C. Mills was tried last Monday iu shape tor the gicat Otilo County for shooting in the tovn of Hartford Fair. upon a writ sworn out by Jno. King Theic is a lare amount ol siokncs3 last Monday and was fined $20. This in and around H trllard and the doc- ought to setvc ns 11 warping to the tors are kept busy visiting the sick young ducks who go .around town firing their pistols promiscuously. folks. Elvis Carson, charged with the same Thos. H. Black has received a fine, offense, the case was continued. new Hue of glassware and queens-war- e. At a meeting yestcrdjy of the Prices arc right ami goods are school trustees, Rev. J P. Hicks was the best. elected to teach our school for the Mr. J. M. Cnsebler has rented Mr, next fine months. Rev. Hicks has Louis Gunther's house ou Fox Alley been a resident of our town for severand will move his tamily to the same al weeks and is well liked by our in u lew days. people. lie comes well recommended Thos H. Black's giocery store is ns n teacher and no doubt we will chock lull of the very best and have as good and we trust a better Give him a call when in school than we have had heretofore. towu next Monday. Thieves played havoc in Hartfoid fresh-estgood- s. Messrs. Mel) nnd W. M. Fair arc ford, Ky. attentive o'clock. Mr, Frank Casebier has been sick for the passed two weeks and is now at hts home near Rockpott. Mrs. Mary Martin aud Miss Attyc Austin were iu Hartford Saturday shopping. Tue friends ol Miss Bessie Nave, Louisville were rorry toliearof her receiving n telegram Wednesday "Come home at ouce." She lelt im mediately for home. Most all cases oi the whooping cough are about well. There are at present a great many cases of typhoid feverlu town, though none very dangerous at present. Misses Maggie and Grade Smith, McIIenry, Miss Lola Stevens, South Beaver Dam, entered School Monday. Mr. II. D. Hunt was in Rockpott Sunday to see his brother-in-law- , Mr. Henry Young, who is quite ill. Prof. J. W. Snyder and wife, Owensboro, have moved into oar midst. Pro! Snyder a very noted vocalist will teach vocal music in the school. The class is very large. Mr. Vngc Stewart received word last Friday that his brother Mr. C. Stewnit, near Cromwell was dead. He started immediately ior his brothers home where he spent two days. Mr. t. D. Hunt has been with hia lata or Dr. Alex Hunt, Huntsville, for a few days this week. Misses Emma and Amelia Welgel returned Monday to their heme in Louisville niter a two weeks visit to the Monroe family. Messrs. F. Monroe, Fred Taylor n and several others were at the Convention last week and ATTYi:. also this week. Eliza-bethtow- S. Coleman, Haitford, an eloqutnt sermon to an audience Sunday at it Oet. & 3, 1. EEsurtibiccL s tbb wnae. iS(Dy wnwpN The Ohio County Fair Company has made extensive preparations for the immense crowds this fall and added some large and attractive premiums, which arc They haVo certain to attract the people. gone to a big expense fixing the grounds and race track, RUNNING AND TROTTIM RACES Bach day and big attractions in every department. KING HORSES will be on hand iu abundance. A hirge nUaiber Tho premium list is abovo the average aud all aro now on tho ground. stock men should take advantage of it. Coruo out and spend a low days seeing tho sights and get a IittU recreation from tko toils and trouble of everyday Hie. THE FLOVAL HALL DISPLAY will be the best in tho history of the Fair. Goods are now being received ior admission. Get your work ready. THE PROSPECTS are belter for a Fair this year than they havo Crops are about all in and tho farmers will be ready to come over been. Everybody can afford to spend tho small sum ef and briug their family. 25 cents to sc the great attractions this year. DON'T FORGET THE DATES, OCTOBER 1, 2 and 3. Bicycle Racu, Htsio Rami, Mula aad tfce Human But will mnA MJtce 4tq. hi - Rt( YO Hlwk1t $( Stmt tM.fterM an old fasbioacd fair witl bo the tUbtt. Cam YerrWy. 1 ?, nt, W. G. HABDWICK, Sto'y. T. L. GRIFFIN, Psea't. IS, B. For premium lilt or tttlter information apply to Secretary, " i ' EAD S5X3J7IO-S- m hi IT 1 - For Infants and Children. tlfutui. w Titfc- iimlli Urn mmm THAT THE I -f-;fiX0- F IIBAYKH DAM U. K. TIMli TAIII.K IIKIIA. trirr WEST BOUND. Fast Mall Accommodation . . . Way Freight . . . Accommodation . . New Orleans Limited EAST-BOUND. 7:16 . a.m. TO. IlUja. . j:j p. m. . 8:18 p. in. 1 1:32 p. m. Cincinnati Limited Accommodation Way Freight Accumniodation . . . . .... , . . ... mjj a. m j:a a. m. 6:36 1:29 p.m. m- " Fast Uall 7:30 P Hablbh Liquid My wile suffered Mcn&tCK, Agt. kllrUllJ-'r(lunliiln- . 'tx. f" lor twelre years with sour stomach and indigestion. I trjetl everything I heard of without f getting relict. Dy the useol one Liquid Electricity she was not only relieved, but entirely cured. I ieuad it effectual forcure of toothache IIU0U Roach, McIIeury.Ky. also. ' I stepped on a rusty nail and run it through my foot, causing a I almost severe, paiulul and dangerous wound. I After trying everything that is usual. ly sed and getting no rellel, I purchased a bottle oi Liquid Electricity. Alter applying it a few times I was relieved oi pain and swelling began to reduce and'in a shotttitne was able to walk. I earnestly recommend it as the best remedy I ever used. Mki.Mary A.Wiuotf.McIIenry.Ky. On night of June 26th, 1896, I was bitten by a very poisonous spider Alter using several remedies without botaiy rellrI purchase a fifty-cetle of Liquid Electricity: and alter a lew applications was greatly relieved. Aw coufidont it was instrumental in eavlaj my life. I cheerfully econw mead It to suffering humanity as a valuable family medicine. hot-tle'o1 nt 1 Dr. Ford, of near Doonville, Ky , spent a few days with his brother here last week. Rev. J. P. Hicks preached at the C. I. Church here last Sunday. Mr. Luciau Ambrose is very sick at his home near here. Miss Anuic Tichenor.of the Shink-l- e was the Chapel neighborhood, guest of Missis Bernlcc and Ethel Bennett Saturday and Sunday. Mr. S. U. Bennett, ol McIIenry. spent last Sunday with his parents here. Mrs. Tweedle, of Ev.tujvillc, is visiting B. M. Bennett and family at this writing. Mr. W. Q Park, who has been very hick is improving, Mrs. Shciuiau Stevens, of Henderson, is visiting her parents near Buo, here. The Hartford House will be a first-claA hacking cough keeps the bron hotel in every particular. The chial tubes in n state of constant irtable will be furnished with the very ritation, which, if not speedily may lead to chronic bronchi- best the market affords. Bring on your wool to be carded. tis. No prompter remedy can be louud than Ajer's Cherry Pectoral. Our carding machine will be closed Its effect is immediate and the result on the 15th or 20th ol this mouth. permunent, J. W Ford & Co. VonoMHl, Fkbu 64. page medical reference book to any person afflicted with any special, chronic or delicate disease necullar to their sex. Address the leading, physicians aad surgeons of the United States, Dr. Ilnthaway & Co,, 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 43 -- 1 jr. Republican clubs are being organized all over the county. Keep the good work up. mm Remember Bulllugton you a good easy shave. will give Dd.mcau Pknhan, McIIenry, Ky. I have healed several scalds and trnras xrr rapidly by the use of LI. quid Electricity. I think it the best htallag remedy I ever used. WiLUAU CuRiflTiAK.Blscksmlth, McIIenry, Ky. I kave used Liquid Electricity tor cuts, cramps, colic, etc., and find It to be a rapid healer, and reliable remMas. Annus Duncan, edy. McIIenry, Ky. I am authorized to appoint ;vand am prepared to furnish same with this wonderful remedy. Correspondence solicited. D. S. DUNCAN, tfen Agt , McIIenry, Ky. 8t sub-agen- ts Veak Lungs Hflt Weather won't cure weak lungs. You may feel better because out of doors more, but the trouble la still there. Don't stop taking your Scott's Emulsion because the weather happens to be warm. If you have a weak throat, a slight hacking cough, or some trouble with the bronchial tubes, summer Is the best time to get rid of It. If you are losing flesh there Is all the more need of attention. Weakness about the chest and thinness should never go together. One greatly Increases the danger of the other. Heal the throat, cure the cough., and strengthen the whole system now, Keep taking Scott's Emulsion all summer. yr ul by all drugglut at W mil Ikoo. the latter part of last week. Wednesx day night Jos. A. Thomas' store was broken into and $30.00 was stolen, nnd Thutsday night C. K. Martin's jewelry store was robbed ot a fine watch. Marshal J. P. Stevens arrested Demis Watkius and Dee Walker and lauded them in jail as suspected of being the guilty ones. Their trials Lyman Williams is agent for the will come up All Hopklnsville Stiaiu Laundry. This week we sent our collector work guaranteed, Give him your out to get some money, and alter 6 tf laundry. dunning about a dozen men he reMi, G. B. Thomson, wife and famturned to the office without a cent of ily, Miss Katie Thomson and Mr. money. The same was heard Will Taylor, Hortou, were the guests from each oi them that they ol Mr. W. B. Deliaven and fatuity didn't have it. There Is a large lot Sunday. ol people who never have any money Dr. Alexander opened his school at to pay debts, but always have plenty South Carrollton last Monday with a when they want to take a trip or buy large number of boarding students something they can do without. and with very flattering prospects of Rev. W, A. Booue, of Mndlsonvllle, n successful schcol. has been conducting a .protracted Last Monday morning Mr. E. B. meeting at the Methodist Church for Alleu took charge of the Hartford the past severat days and has been preaching our people some good serHouse and will run a fintclass hoThe business men' ol town tel. Mr. Allen will meet with the mons. have signed un agreement to close success he Hclily deserves. their places ol business every evening Mr. T. J. Motion and Miss Stella at 7 o'clock so as to not hinder the Thomas, Mr. Ilnrdiu Craig and Miss meeting. The meeting will likely Etta Thomas, Mr. Wayne Griffin and continue several da) 8 and much good Miss Berta Morton spent last Sunday will be done for the cause of Christ. evcrilug at Sulphur Springs. ss y, The fiee silver Democratic Con gresslonal Convention ut Klizibcth-tow- n adjourned Wednesday after taking over 900 ballots .and failed to nominate a man lor Jno, W. Lewis to defeat. Tbey adjourned to meet again next Tuesday, The McKinley and Hobart club will met on Satufd iy at 3 o'clock p tu, in Republican headquarters. Ev-- . cry Republican in Gut and West Hartford precincts (surged to be prts-eu- t. R. R. Wkddi.no, Pres. We have a large lot ot accounts which we arc being forced to put out We are being pushed lor collection. for money hencj we will h ue to do some pushing. Look nt the tig 011 your paper and come iu and settle or jouwill have to pay costs on law tint We must hac the iiiui.ty. ji We dislike very much to have to notify ouf subscribers that we need We money, bu such Is the case, have several tbousaud dollars owing us on subscription, which la Just, due and uupald, We have been very easy on some of you, hut now we are compelled to Juye what Is due us.snd we will be forced to bring suit for the amount due. Now, if you areowlng 0 subscription account you good-sizejilll please take NOTICE. d Miss Sallie Coleman will leave tomorrow lor Masonvllle where she has been engaged as first assistant teachn er in the Masonvllle High School, Prol. J, M. Mclntire is the principal and he has been very successful in securing the services of such a noble She has assistant as Miss Coleman. been a successful teacher in Harttord College and was engaged in the Hardin county Graded School at Eliza, bethtown last winter, Masonvllle is to be congratulated on her addition to the faculty. Which is worse, imprisonment for Hie or a lifelong dlseuse, UVe scrofula, lor example? The former, certain, ly, would be preferable were It not that Ayer'a Sarsaparilla can always come to the rescue nnd give the poor scflerer health, strength, aad happl- ucaa. Mr. Ralph W. Buzatd, of Bellvtlle, Photoi cheaper than ay gallery ever did in Is making Cabiaet-siz- a III., who has had control as general Hartford, guaranteeing all work to bo ef the most permaneot finish, manager of the work of boring the Cabinets per dozen, 51.75, faalf dozen $1.00, well near town for the Kentucky that will not fade. OU and Gas Company, al Respectfully, Half Cabinet size $1 per dozen. left yesterday for St. Louis, Mo., to HTartfoxd., 3Slym 33!. O. be gone a few days. By his close application to business and general N, B. Will be here till after Ihe Fair, and longer unless the river deportment while here, which hts riies so we can get in Green river. Come before the Fair anil avoid the been since the 7th of April, he has rush. Tho Floating Studio will go from here to Rochf stcr, then to Roek-po-rt won a host of friends whose wishes and South Carrollton and will land at the smaller points between. are that life may be long and prosper-ou- r. He will probably return to our CliilttilnK Kate. Klopetf to Ht. Itonln. We will send Tub REPUBLiCANand town soon and engage in the mercanMr. Will Short and Miss Thenia either ef the following named papers tile business. White eloped Friday night to St. for one year for the amount opposite Louis for the purpose of matrimony. An Attempt to Iluru III Court llmtio. each name. Look over the list and ou Some time during last Thursday Officer White received the first see what you aced aud give ua a call: night a bold but unsuccessful attempt of the elopement yesterday Daily and Sun. Courier-Journa- l $8.25 was made to burn the Ohio County noon when he awoke to find a letter " without Sunday " . . . 6 2$ Court House. Coal oil was poured on the floor oi his room, written by 1 75 on the floor in the hall and some pas his sister, Miss Phenla, stating that Weekly CenrierJenraal . . . . r 75 per was set on fire near the County she and Mr. Short would be married Louisville Coanveraal . . , , ; 25 Clerk's office. Owing to the fact that at St. Louis )esterday then proceed N. Y. Tribune , . 115 the large halt doors were closed there- to Dallas, Texas, to reside. Miss N.Y. World thrlce-owea1 65 to the by shutting off the draught the Court White's mother is on a visit Chicago Inter Oceaa r 4 House was saved. OU was poured on country and does not vet know of her r 2$ Home & Farm Officer White elopement. the floor and extended along through daughter's We would be glad to send you aay the hall and partly up the steps. By can only account for the action oi the of the above named papers. This the fire beiug started near the clerk's young couple that they thought it offer is good for new tubscrlbers and office it would seem that some records romantic. There was no objection to old ones who pay one year in advance wanted to be gotten rid of. Various the marriage. Mr, Short was a farmA'roKrmn opinions have beeu offered in regard er employe of the American Tobacco The Teachers' Reading Circle of to who the guilty party or parties company In this city. Owensboro Cromwell Magisterial District will are, but no one has been arrested for Messenger. meet at Oak Grove September 1996. the offense as yet. The town trustees The lesson includes the first four met and offered a reward of $150.00 WANTED SEVERALto or women travel for chapters of Roark's Psychology. for the arrest ol the guilty ones which responsible established house in Ken- All the members are requested to ot CosiiiiTTEU. was supplemented by the County tucky. Salary $780, payable $15 tend. weekly and expenses. Position perCourt with another $100.00. manent. Reference. BnU4 antf- Rwr. W. J. Cain will preach hit 44re4 M?Mjtt tteVtSfe-f last sermon on the No Creek Circuit National, Star Bttdlg CfcMtg fit. 5.1 next Sunday at the No Creek Church. A Meiwnl. Subject, religion: 1 What is religion? At a special meeting of the Board is it needed? 3 How to ob2 Why tain it. 4 How may a man known ot Trustees of the town ef Hartferd, Vesb at- vu v he has it. s How to keep it, Ev- Ky., held in the court honte on the erybody invited to come and hear 28th day oi August, 1896, on motion ol Geo, Klein, it was ordered that a this sermon. reward of one hundred and fifty dolNeglected coughs and colds are lars be offered for the arrest and condanderous. A summer cold permitted viction of the party or patties who to run into winter frequently means pneumonia. A winter cough and cold set fire to the court bouse here 011 the neglected leads to consumption, Dr. night of the 27th ult. Given under Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure a my 'hand this August 28, 1896 winter cold or summer cold ora cough A. J, Bull, Ch'm.n. of nny kind every time. It is harmBoardTrustees of thetown Hartford.' less. All good druggists sell It. Kiss Ella Kerns. The above reward is supplemented For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. "for 11 yean I differed from heart tree-by a reward of one hundred dollars DurUf tait lu I iu treated 9 Missus Ida Render and RachieSan-derfurhav- e offered by Ohio county. It different yhjildim.b All tit I them eUfjp'xl tkit I vtd not m n turd. making been at work Hold Milted Hlrpiutaf. f rwtlj troukUd with vhortatii ef knatk, school in Hartforo. up a tks tU: 11 I aftlUtlm aad pU The G. O. P. gold plated elephant. cxtrtid ajnt ! tk leatt, It decs seem that some action should The time honered emblem ol the Retkpflnlaiie'UUcamTerrnTr. At be taken in regard to our school. h, --4U aa large number ol children publican party. This little elephant tlmas It tumU tkoaf There are a Sauatiu Im tfc ttm wears a saddle. You touih a spring or VeTtntxr lut, I ooamwMd taxlnr in town who ought by all means to of the girt and see excellent plcturra DR. WILES' HEART CUR1 be in school. ol McKinley and Hobart. It the and alae than I hay lmroT4 attadily. I can pow altep on y Ult at J. aomethlui I neatest badge ol the year, gold plated vi6S Aargaret to do Ufor. I ca and will wear lor years Send us a had nTtr bea abls (atlgutd, and an la walk wlthoat belos silver quaiter wrapped in a letter (Do much Utter tuaUh Vum wr txort, I would not send stamps,)ind we will send recommend all aufferer from heart trowkte to try Dr. Mile' laTalaable remedy wlthet you the little elephant by next mall. MlSfl ELLA KUttTE, delay." Hartford, Kentucky. t Dealers please write for prices. 6U WrlfhtBt., Ullwaakee, ATI. PALL term begins August 31, 1890, PUGH & REYNOLDS, Dr. Mlleelleart Core U acid M a posetlw Dexter, lowt, Mfg's Agents at her homo for tho reception ol Special Thorough training. Mrs. Robt Craig uud sou, Hardin to young pupils. Httentiou given feWrM'U'ic-afll- l ol Ensir, were the guests of relatives Terms as usual. Your patronage soDr. Miles' Heart Cure ! Om .'.!& in Haitford thii week. licited. Anti-Clin- SCKKCBTEE, intl-matl- Seml-Weekl- Globe-Deoar- k ... 'v 9 1 uiratW-rnflArouflnwit- la.t I'mvh teacher; s. etl Hartford Republican I'hidav, SniTHMiiiiii CARLISLE U 1896. AT CHICAGO. Workmen 1'UlnlT- How Free OuU age Would Injure Tlioiu. Secretary of tho Treasury John 0. Carlisle mntlo another of Ills masterly ncechcs on tho currency question, In Chicago, on April 15. It was tonn nudlciice composed largely of vorhlngmcn, ninny of whom, especially In tho beginning, wcro skcpticnl ns to tho blessings of 100 cent dollars. Tho secretary's argument na to tho eiTcct of cheap money on wages was most convincing and effected a notnblo change, In the attitude of his auditors. Wo quota n part of hJs speech on this point: "Money received for wages, like money reoehed on every other account, Is valuable, only to the extent that it can bo exchanged for other commodities, and It Is scarcely necessary to suggest that a dollar worth 80 cents will not purchase as much In the markets as a dollar worth 100 cents. To coil a dime a dollar would add nothing whatever to its Intrlnslo valuo or to Its purchasing power. If these propositions are correct, it M clear that when wages are paid In a depreciated currency tho rates of wages must be Increased In proportion to the depreciation of the money and In proportion to the Increase in the prices of other things or tho laborer will suffer a loss, liut I nfflrra that it is the universal rule that the rates of wages do not increoso In proportion to the depreciation, in the value of the money In which they are paid, nnd that hen tlio currency Is depreciated the jatcs of wages do not Increase in proportion to the Increase In the prices of the commodities the laborer is compelled to purchase. If there has been a single exception to this rule In this or in any other country, my Investigations hate not enabled me to find It, and I do not lelieve one can be found. ' "Congress, early In the year 1802, in augurated the policy of issuing legal tender paper, gold was driven out of circulation, specie payments were bus- - i pended, the currency began nt once to depreciate, and before the close of the 3 ear the paper dollar was worth less than 70 cents In gold. "In 1602 the wages of labor, paid in amount to $10,203,804,357, a depreciated paper, were less than 3 per cent, higher In paper than when paid In larger sum than has been actually ingold, but the prices of the 223 articles vested ilk all our railroads. In view of used by the laborers and other people these facts, which cannot bo succens- fully disputed, I submit that you ought in the maintenance of their families were nearly 18 per cent, higher than seriously to consider all the eonK they were when paid In gold. In 1863 quenccs to yourseltcs and your fellow' citizens before you agree to the free the wages of labor paid In depreciated and unlimited coinage of legal tender paper worth about 00 cents on the dollar were 10 per cent, higher than silver at a ratio of 16 to 1 in order that when paid in gold, but the prices of the these great corporations and associaarticles the laborer had to buy with his tions may hate the privilege of diswages were nearly 40 per cent, higher. charging their debts to the people by paying 51 or 52 cents on the dollar, for In 1804 the wage! of labor paid in depreciated paper dollars worth 49 cents that Is exactly what It menus. Every each had advanced 2iya per cent., but dollar tho people put Into these bonks the prices of the necessaries of life had and trust companies and other instituadvanced 00 per cent. In 1805 wages tions nnd ctery dollar they paid for Inpaid in paper currency worth 03 cents surance was worth 100 cents and would on tho dollar had adanced 43 per cent, procure 100 cents' worth of commodities in the market when they earned it above the rates previously paid in gold, and when they invested It, nnd they or its equivalent, but the prices of commodities hod advanced nearly 117 per hate an unquestionable right to decent. that is to say, had more than mand that it shall be refunded to them doubled, and in 18C0 wages paid in a In dollars worth 100 cents everywhere. currency worth 71 cents on the dollar "The greatest crime short of absolute had advanced a fraction more than 52 I political enslavement that could be In per cent, from the preilous rates In committed against the working-magold, or its equi alent, but the prices of ' this country would be to confiscate hU commodities had advanced 00 per cent. labor for the benefit of the employer The rise In rates ef wages never cor- by destroying the valuo of the money in responded with the rise in the prices of which his wages are paid; but, gentle-meother tilings until the year 1SC0, four this irreparable wrong can neVer j ears after the clo&e of the war, when bo perpetrated under our system of govthe value of our currency was 71 cents ernment unless the laboring man himon tho dollar, and It was quite certain self assists In forging Ids own chains." that no further depreciation would occur. STOVEY'S S15.000 OFFER. "The wages of labor, measured by gold as they were In 16C0, when we had a Bound cuncncy, had fallen about ill per cent. In 1863, more than 10 per cent, Eoiusod it.and is in 1801, and nearly 44 percent, in 1805, 860 a Folicoman when we had a depreciated currency, Month. nnd, gentlemen, the force of this lllu tration is greatly augmented by the facts that them reductions In the rates of wages occurred at a time when sev"A king one day, n devil the next, eral hundred thousand laborers had that's the life of a base bill player," been withdrawn from the Held of com- said Manager Hilly McGunnigle, of petition, when the government was engaged In the prosecution of a greqt war the Louisville, to to the New York and was expending money lavishly for World. "In the spring of 1891 1 was all kinds of supplies for the army and instructed by Gus Ahell, ot the navy, and when tho prices of all the Brooklyn Club, which I nunaged products of labor had largely Increased. that year, to sign Harry Stovey at any "The recent experience of tho republic of Chill furnishes another1 impres-tlv- e price. The Ilrothcrhood was dickerr warning to the ing with Stovey, and, knowing he against the evils of depreciated cur- would give the Brotherhood the pre1875 the peso, or dollar of rency. In Chill, was worth about 88 tents in ference over the League if both organs our money, but in 1885, ten years after izations ofleted hint the same salnty, gold went out and silver came in, the I was obliged to exercise all possible peso was worth less than 53 cents In our money. Silver continued to depreciate, diplomacy in order to carry out my and, besides, largo amounts of paper deal. I called on Stovey nt his home, currency were issued by tho goiern-juein New Bcdlord, Mass , and in accorand the banl:s, and in 1895, 20 dance with my instructions from Mr. years after tho change from the gold basis to the Bllver basis, the peso was Abel!, offered him $2,000 to sign with cents jn our Brooklyn nnd a three.) ear contract worth only about 31 money. Let us see now what effect this for $5,000 a ye.ir. He was to get cheap money, or, In other words, this simply to wtite his name 011 system of slhcr monometallism which you are asked to adopt here, had upon contract, and $15,000 was to he detho wages of lalior In that country. posited in a bank by Ahell and paid "In 1875, when the peso was worth him lor three year's work Sto vey 88 cents, a mecbauU, a boilermakcr, and his wile were paralyzed with asa blacksmith, a carpenter, n fireman tonishment at the oiler, nnd Stovey and an ordinary laliorar received together for a day's work 13 pesos, or knew that Abell would fulfill the con$10.37 In our money, In 1885 the same tract to the letter nnd that the 0 wrons ieceied for the Mime, work was as good as go'd It was im204 pesos; but, owing to the deprecia- possible to sign with me, however, tion of the currency, this was equal to only $10.03 in our money, and In 1695, for the day belorc hu hid hi nurd n 20 years after the country had de- contract with the Huston Brotherhood scended to a silver basis, tho Mime la- Club. That wisStovey's last year in borers received for the same work base-bal- l compinv. He went to 25.95 pesos, but the wilue of the peso was less than 35 cents, and consequents pieces niter tint season, nnd is to day ly their wages amounted to only $8.34 a policem.m working (or $6 m mill. in our money, or Just about nil over tliem If that isn't base-bal- l of what they had received 20 years bemy name isn't Mctitiuuigle." fore. "Our minister to ChHI, after a very Till iiiCVi.I Iii Jlmiriilill XiiiiiIiith. careful examination of the entire situation In that country, says: "It may be dealer, known A Nebraska iculc-tattaken for granted that In Chill, as In all in his native bt ite ns n "boouitr." finanother countries which have ft like cial experience, the consequences of the iollowiug on his lettei heads: "Tell me not in mouriiliil numbers cheap money have weighed most heavily upon the classen that are least able that the town is lull ol gloom; lor the to support tho burden." The evils of man's n crank who Muinbf-r-- i in tliti-silver monometallism und a depreciated Life U currency finally become lutolernblo In bursting days ol uiImmi. that country, and, although It produces real, hie is einieat, nnd the grave is considerable, slhcr and tery little gold, not its goal; every iluli.tr that lluiu it has recently adopted the gold stand- tuimst helps to make our new tu.vu ard of value. roll, But enjoyment, and not sor"Our neighboring republic of Mexico end ol w.ijlil has tho silver standard of mine, gold row, is our not being In uec, and If cheap money Is you have no money, borrow buy n a blessing to the laboilng man ho ought corner lot each diyl Ivis o' gnat to be proKK'rou3 and happy In that coun- men nil remind us, we can win imtry. The Mexican dollar contains 377.1T grnlusof pure silver, or neurly six gi alns mortal fame; let us leavt the chumps more than Is contained In our dollar, nth id us, and we'll get there nil the and yet, not being sustained by 0 mone- sime. In the tvoild's broad field of tary system which keeps It at a parity in the bivouac ol Hie, lit us with gold, It Is worth only about 65 biltlc, Wages are paid in male the dry hones rattle buy a cents In our money. sitter and are cry low In coniMulaon corner lot for wif. I l,et uh then be up with tho wages paid in this country foi and doing, willi .1 lie lit lor any I ite; t he same M'C Ices, In many Instances not i still achieving, still pnrsuinj, being half as much, while tho prices of uiqrnucli higher ing early, booming ite." commodities generally than they are here, "Tho prices of Imported articles espeHo A tibollt tllHt llb;ClltlOII OCi' cially uro exorbitantly high In Mexico. count? We need the money, YVh, n liccauBo they hate to be wM for abroad can )ou pay it? Send us pait if it In gold, nnd the depreciation of their money U so great that 1 requites neurly Monthly laliucurtMt Ijr Pr. Ultra' fain PI1U 33 lit silver. If) pay II In'gold. Although Iim li"''w fill" Hi, Miles' I'ilhl'llU. free-tradone-hal- f, y to-da-y I n, To-day- our own" slhcr dollar contains less inirt silver than the Mexican dollar, ono of ours Is nearly equal In cxchnngeablo value to two of theirs, because here the coinage. Is limited, nnd the Issues the coin on Its own account and has pledged Its faith and credit to keep them as good as gold, a pledge that ha been faithfully kept up to this time, notwithstanding tho complaints and dee nunciations of our opponents. "If wc are to have free nnd unlimited coinage of legal tender sllter for the benefit of tlio owners of tlio bullion, the value of our dollar ttould lie no greater than the Intrlnslo or commercial value of the sllter contained In It, and its purchasing power In tho markets would bo diminished about but the wages of labor would remain for a long time atlcact, substantially nl the present rates, or, If they should bo nominally increased on account of tlio depreciation of the currency, experience in tho past shows that they would uot Increaso In proportion to the Increase In ihe prices of commodities. Itlses In thi tates of wnges take place very slowly, while tlio prices of commodities mote rapidly, it some periods changing several times In the course of a single day, and tlicse movements are always more frequent nnd more harmful when the currency In In an unsettled condition. "If the solution of thli question affected only the character nnd amount and purchasing power of the future earnings of the American laborer, It would still be a subject of tlio gravest Importance to him, but Its Importance is great'y Increased by the fact that the safety and tnluo of a very considerable part of his pafltearnlngsnrcalsotnvolvcd. The thrifty and provident worklngmnn Is not a debtor, but a creditor, and the corporations and Individuals hot Ingtlin custody of Ills earnings arc Indebted to him and ought to pay what they owe him In Just as good money as he put Into their hands. "The banks, trust companies, building associations and other similar institutions one the people of the United $5,353,13S,521 for money States actually deposited, a Bum nearly eight times greater than tlio total capital of all the national banks in the country, while tlio life insurance policies held by the people In tho various kinds of corporations and associations and In force gotea-mneut PUNCTURED THE FAT MAN. How General Directory. RTATK Ml II rI'fliJTa-- S I I Hr.HHUHHIMt rW. 'n i MM 1 Ml UlimtiH Tnbulco. UlpaiiB Tntulcs euro nniuen. a Protty Chicago Girl got Hovongo on an Obnoxious Conductor. Ington. (iitvcrimr William 0. U'ndley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth Ot'l'lCIAt.S. .iiwrnriiriWH'ii'ii'tiitiiiiitiMttiiir'iit'l'l'nH'itiHi'tit m mn4sB Secrelaryof Statu Charles Finley. The space between the ends ol the Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. 4 uilitnr Bainucl II. Stone. seats on Mr. Verkes' Notth Sidccim Treasurer Geo. W. Long. is exactly. i Inches This is not too Coniminmner nl Aitrlcnlturn, Hormuch room lor the conductor to pass Lucas Statistics nuil ticulture through, particularly II he Ij lat. Moore. CoiiHcqenlly the contact of his per 8iipirliileiident Public liistructiiiii- spiting nutagoiiy as he tubs himself Uuo. M. Davison. along .sideways, like u crab, gatherHegisler Laud Office Uhns. 0. ing his master's cropol nicklt-s- , Is Reynold. Insurnuco Bureau Commissioner-I- ). repugnant W. Coiiilngore. Some conductors nre more polite Adjutant General I). It Collier. than others, mid make the best they Slate Librarinti Mrs. Alary Ilrown can of the stingy n.ttrnwnes.i ol the Day. cars. Hut occtitntnliy one is encounItAIUtUAII COIIMIWIONKKS. tered wh'i is hog try biiih nnd inJim C. Wood, chairman; J. F. stinct, savsthe Clue ijo Tribune, mid Dempty, II. 8. Irtviu. Secretary it with undisguised delight th it 11 Samuel F, Brown. car lull fI people uiti'tt.-.- 1 the sharp COSdltfS'IONAL. taking up ot one ol thisclnxs the olli-i- r Senator Hon. William C. Litul-Ra- y, day. II J. 0. 8. Blackburn. Itcpiweiitativo Fourth District lie was heavy rjwl, heavy jawed Hun. John W. Lewis. mail, und Ins duly obesity wax 11 c 11 DrmiiEma SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE MtlpaniTabulccuroilypeplo.rf . ;nipani,Tabulci! nBlStillKtldni Itliutna Tnliulca: nt ilrusclitH. lUluim Tnlmlcs curu iIIizIikibr. ltlpaim TnbulcH euro hpfijlajlfp. UlpaimTabilleBCiireflatlllenco . AYcgclablcPrcparafionrorAs slmilatlng mcToodnndltcutai' ting ihcStonuichs nnd Dowels of SIGNATURE Itlpnna Tabulcs euro bad breutli. lllpaim Tubules euro blllouaneM. Ulpans TabiilcRi onn rIvoh roller. Hlpana Tabules curd Inaigeatlon. Ulp.iiia Tabulcs euro torpid liver. Hiyana Tabulea; Rentlo cathartic. U'paus T.ibulra euro coimtlpotlon. Rlpatm Trtbiilea' for our stonincb. It lmiiaTtiliiilcs pleasant laxative. Ulpans Tabulea euro liver trouble!. FromotesDigcslion.Clirerful-nc33nndncst.C0nt.1l- ns Not NAitc otic. KavtafPUO-SttitXianMa neither Onium.Morphlne nor Mineral. st? trjcrmziAc. OF I I IS ON THE JvXm fmJ' WRAPPER OF EVERY CJUiric A riii OunOrriecitOppotiTcUB.PAT(NTOrritt line uaa Imm aaUwtcanitcure patent la remote Irom WMMneton. EcoJ fitoJiU drawing rr pnota, with decnp V If tlabthl or mA. Itm ml itnn. . J..- - .m .... . 1. . ..t . " . uu tut awa.iiitj, vuriii Cireata, and Tiaile-Mark- a obtained and all Va- iv! v.iinfvvii.HiH muutnai lu roti of Mint In the U. S. an4 lorel wot (fee, dJrtM, AWPHLtT.'HcnrtaObtalllMia,"lli adi. ic wi ' iwichi tvusuUa C. A. SNOW orr. pTtnT orricr. 56 IKmStti-Cliinh- and lepiiiMvc He had tv.ib bled und tulibtil Ma way b'ick and 8TATK IXllIShATOIti:. Aifr . td BOTTIiE Sleep. OW VWVVWVV w.MiaiN. CO. e D. I car ttto nr llnee time, coining tbeuonien to tutu their backs on 111 mi I the men to swear, Near the trout end ol me c.r sit .1 young worn 111, daintv und sw.et mid clean, plain, rich clothing mid the unconscious ease uuh which she tt ore it attested her good brtediug. The lut conductor once stopped by her side, and as his unplea.sn 1 person lose and lell with his laboring breathing it touched her shoulder, Quckly hhe shrunk atrny us faT as .she could, and gave him a look which ought to have penetrated his thick hide, but evidently did not. A lew moments later he stopped in the same spot and without taking pain to uvoid the girl, leaned larover to take a nickle Iroiu n passenger. As his stomach heaved against the girl's shoulder her black eyes snapped her lips came togcther.and she quickly drew Irom her list one ol those long, bright, dagger like iusttunients that effect, nnd 111 11 lot Hun. A, I). Jniues. Won. Iti'prcseiitutivo Ohio County C. Al. Bnrnclt. j A perfect Remedy forConstirvw Hon, Sour Stonwicli.DlaiThocd, Worms .Convulsions , Fc vcrish-ncs- s I j OHIO COUNTY. niiniiT comrr Hun, W. T. Owen, Judge born. Hon, and Loss OF CASTORIA bottle enl;. Il OutorU li pat p la on-iit sot 10U la balk. Iion't allow aajno to U roa atjthlag olio en tao pit or prtnlio tbt It ." Il "Jait u (rood" anil "will aaiwor oiry 8( that joa git Tac Simile Signature of Owens- - i!0 ' Ownifboto. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Itiugo, Master Commissioner Hart lord. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartloid. Cal. P. Koowu, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Ilobcrts, Fordsville; Thos. It. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney NEW YORK. HHEMMJUAlMattMcrWSsrf! EXACT C0PVOF WRAPPER. y yC&AX' ffl&u jJS. i lfl! r mrffn Court convenes first Monday in March and Annuel and continuec three weeke. and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Harttord. D. M. Hooker, Clerk Hartlurd. E. P. Neal, Attornoy-IIartfoi- d. Court convenes each month. QUAKTEnLY " I Af;fVl ?$ l -- BY noma TO THC LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In tSc .v . v ".'. t &! ('" M nni r .1; ice . first Monday in Uittl ir i.iMi.titi ! (e ;u yftii ca th r nit mi1 Manila "Wow!1' The fat conductor collapjed like a hugh punctured tire, nnd clapped hi.s hands to his waistband. Begins on the (bird Monday in January, April, July and October. COUP.T OK CLAIMS. coum. utlti' I'lit-kit. " flro yeart. A " tr tin ih ratwith cviv ,U4. imM tillldirHtl.") acalnl l'urr Silvrrforfllllniri, all aoU up rtir ., j'livti.- tiihr tic 4ur iriiun til t.riJcc tnrkt or ttctli ulihont jlat ara a Arm, i 1 S'OTIOi: OUR fit PRICCG.brraWaif r, $1 fX, aiM to mm. Theater Building, on Uh bcl. Green & Wala trorkilono 11 tor ami for le monty than la hao an ctpert i UtUuftkv ;ff (iiatur fjjKihle ami UwllHtif o p. re run aujruot th r vj tinlerttM iJtIcp .at cial twtTt, We makeCTrj brancboldMitUtry ai4kHj. Ac. r CHILLTONIC13 TASTELESS ff WARRANTED. PRICE JUST A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. BO cttJ. i - a s ni rt rtJf j ,if l4 our natural tr tit. and nt prk? lovcf than the luwfst. find rut it iiw nc Tt'tti ritractdt, iaui',nci voi.r t ' t van i iuluiMtaiiitt!Wiiu unie day. All coutulatlou froo.15c, A luall. utiit lit pai vv. 75c I Convenes first Monday iu in October. OTHER COUNTY January, i tni aiicc. at 1t and aH- lady v lUi.iTU, Ilia., Mot. m, isss. Peru Medlelne Cn., w. I ouli , Mo. Oentleuent We .ilil lui ymr, flna tnttlee oC ailOVJCH TABTKLKMi CII1IJ. TONiO.i.J h. Slatb oi'Oiiio.City oi' Toledo, ) ss Lucas Countv, j and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday OFFICERS. LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In the Avtnus Theater Mulldlnir, 4th St., bet. Green nnd Wnlnut. rrw. bauihtthr.e .ruu elrwdr itu.druj Ineiluerei. penn vt II fein. In tbe tMi.ln. hMte oer.r euM an artiele kbe,l f.. .ucb uniTt.el talis. luuntrnlr. Xallon aa your Twle. lor enle by Urlriffir-tr(fc- 'A lllibUiM & ibl,CiB Bill ACO. G. S. FiUhugb, Surveyor Sulphur Frank J. Cheney makes oaths that he is the senior partner ol the firm ol Springs. F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business N. C. Dauiel, Aescesor Cromwell. in the City ol Toledo, County nnd Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartnnd that said firm ford. State xfjres-iid- , will pay the Min ol One Hundred L. W. Huut, Corouer Sulphur Dollars for each nnd every case ol Ca- Springs. tarrh that cannot b cured by the use Mr. C. It. Campbell, I'oorhouse ol Hall's Catarrh Cure Keeper, Hartford. FRANK J. CHENF.Y Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 18S6 . , A. W. GLEASON 1 si; ,r. -- y Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts dittctly on the blood and mucous of the system. surfaces Send for testimonials, tree 3 at F. I. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75c. 1 POSITIONS GUARANTEED. tlotu Enter at any time. Cheap Unnl. Draughon's Practical ' Barrett's Ferry, March 21, Juno 20, September 11), December 1.9 Bufori. Ben F. Gravcs March 2G, Juno '25, September 24, December 24. HARTroRD. A 8, Aull March 5, June 4, September 3, December 3. Woodward IIosine. C. L. March 13, Juno 12, September 11, December 11. Fordsville. J. A. justices' courts. Bowling lookktplnrt Penmanship. Shorthand. Tv, .wrltluc, TUctfir.iy. ec. The moit tkotcr. f i .icttcol ud progrtsttve .hoclsof the XimlimhevoiP "sniWhr but fctrvniird one In Ihe South. ImlnrseU by banken. nicrchims.mlithlcri, ft ml ethers. I irrliilnboolakrrplni;vrHhuarerul tntwelve weeks by the old plan. The JJookktep- Uatitborcf"l)rauKhot'sNcwSytemof nicn cannot vc laugui in nuvbincr ' ". 11 npp.icimoni inn. ivwroTC Cc.'m nfi Elvento anycoilejre iot DooxKecpcn ina OUUUiUU stenographers, rcceiveitln ? tAti tm 'AMMtiuuy other five HustnetrtCollejtw tvt jixfjeatt. We eipcntj mot i li in it. r thmv the South. all "combined nettt t.iafi ir ot'icr Hut. College In Tenn, takes In a nmcy Ui the Interest of oar Cmployncut .u-j, Iu tmi ' a t nh ion, S500. 00 Amount vehier , o rKlr,titrcthate lutein the lat fu' w ir ik ih uu a uuii-i-ve nave prepatto. iri m ana wiu m me tuture mm i. our c ar , ior i.htl Mel I'cnmsnslilp. especially for Aom 4tu(y, boo,t o Write for prUelUt r. '. c I ana stenographer iur trie KufIn irof urauciion i now nave a Grocery Company, of thtspUce; salry,$; veUallto )uuroooksonbookkcetin awl short ha ik! prepared for home tul y. A lArntrrmft ' e I !&Art l&te 3v JJlyjm CPM r'irst't ife e" "a accept holes for tallica, or r lepmli money In bank until nosttloa Is f fcutnl. f arM nftl J. Kay.... c.iJ (vr free lllmtrated catalogue. Mention IhUraptr. sVill l!e Nashville, Tenn., Teiarkana, Tex. ipar' tipi'rl nopipnicuiarnifcruuirhnt'iuiii Natiarrlin rtnit rfliLUit. irutv4Kiwrll'Jth aiMi PATICMT3 TlirATCD BY MAIL' yIU trial: r. inlcutar uUrcM. with itMip, I lJuKurtwiritaa iuit.urC lK rM FATFOLKSta REDUCED traiitiratbr flLUilMaUltM rf rr s R.I.PANS T ABULES flCQULATC THt STOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS AND PUBIFY THE BLOOB. ttlTAa TAni'LU ere Ik IhI yttM. viae k.wa r.r laalcetlLa, nilUmaaa.. U.a4ak.,iaMlealUIj.Mla,Ckral U. ft. Trvakl. llU.ta., Sad Caa.fla.Ua. Dra.al.rr, Or.aU.e Braalk, l all la arJ.re ef tka .laaiaak, ii.ar aa4 Beweta. kMtA. T.lla acatala o4ala lalartaa. le UM,unld.llatamaautuUflau An aliwaiB.fc. ralue. tk. aaf.. .ffaetaal. aaJ ctta traiaajuiaorara4 nlw-- W eaau ll.r ae throncli atartat dmtalrt. or by malt (iuM n. Hall's Family Pills are the best. BALLY ROUND THE FLAG I at American Vngr Hint. In a state ol nature small birds flit cember 5. about and sing only during daylight, and they always retire to rest at sunLouisvillo down. You must look out lor this il you keep your birds in cages. They do not understand that they had better keep silent alter the lamps nre lighted. They instinctively keep on Hft singing, ns il it were daylight. The immediate effect of this is that the birds become they arc apt to moult; grow thin, suffer liom over-fatigue- Cromwell. .lout B. Wilson March 7, June 7, September 5, DeDental Co., priu. OK .I.IOCaeu A4.lraM TMt nirans chcmical CO.. li inac aTKiar, naw tosk crrr. J SOUND MO.N'KY. 1 THE QUICKEST LINE" BCTWIfN WfemaE9wlaay vTa-iiona- l f -- rf onor, HomeProsper ily. wage-earne- nt $t-0- 11 $15,-00- tit 1 1 one-ha- lf e e 1 Im-ii- 1 llo Only authentic Biography of the Write your name und nddre&s on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bes Democratic Nominees for President Room 2, Tribune Iluildlnjr, New York City, and sample copy olTIIE ahead of all others. NEW YORK WKfiKLY TKIBUNR will be mailed to you. and This will be the Democratic Hand Hook ol 18911 and millioni will be potd. ThU il the licit market and oura li tho beat hotiaa to ihlp to. We mike liberal ad- - f This will be the year of years for vancci on coiulgnmanu. Ilealdei wo baTj bolter Xadtttlea than other houtea In I many latKO lactnrlea o aopplr. Wo get you tho ton price- and pay .pot cub j noUn I e Uound Tub the sale of Campiigti Hooks, for there trad.. No travtliug agenu. 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Por fuithcr in. lincloietl self. lormatiou apply to manent. lU'crcnce aldte.M-e-l Mumped envehpe The C. V, PETTinonK, National, Star Duildtuj, Chicago. Elkhait Like, Wis. 4 4t .Vit. hall-wa- exhaustion, and quickly perish. The cage should be removed to a darkened room at nightfall; or. if this is not convenient, cover up the cage with n dark cloth before lighting the lamps. In covering the cage care should be taken so to arrange the cloth that the bird can have plenty of air In removing birds Irom one room to another it is important to see that there is no change in tempernti re. II ie moved to n different temperature there is a fctrong chance that they will begin to moult, wdilch generally lead to something berious. Remember that Nature supplies a coat to suit heat nr cold in which her creatures are placed, and that sudfien nnd frequent changes in temperature nre a severe tax upon bird's vitality. The object In the construction of a bird's cage should be to furnish plenty of li;'lit mid and the cage should always be kipt perfectly clean. It is well to hive a night covering of dark cl all which Mio'ild cover the top of the cane and extend down the Mies, ns many lurd-- t nre likely to take cold - I'rom Hut pel's 11 4 W.M.St. tk OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5 to j Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Uest set of teeth (no better made no matter bow much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c extracting with Vitalized Painless Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial ordered. Office permanentTeeth are ly located Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Mexico, FAMILY NKWSPAI'EU, and California. Will muko u vijforuus nml ulcullcbn llglit lLimili il 0 l'neidi-ntia- l cumpiiigii, iorpiinciilc4 which will liriiig prosperity in tlio entire FAST TIME country. LIMITED TRAINS. 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Is prepared to do any and all kinds Prices aiont of Dental Operations. Office ovar WiUUwa & reasonable. Bell's Drujr Store. Vitalised air or laughing air lur psiiilesi xtractlsa ol kaalli' DENTIST I , mfMm Why aufTer with Couc'is, Colds and UGrlppe when Lax ati TK Bioko QuisiNit "ill cure you In one day. Docs not produce the ilnpliif la tbe head like Sulphate ol Quinine. up In tablets convenient for taking. Guarantetd to enre or money refund cd. Price, 15 Cents. Por sale by Williams & Hell, Hartford; K. V. Williams.PeavorDamj A. S Anil, Sulphur Springs; Ilrown & Chapman, Centertown; Co , Rockpoft. R. R, lie Pt a ti K y