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Hat paid over 4000,000 00 tot eeldenUl injuries. Do your own Agent. The Haetford kepitblicak OFFICIAL ORSAN OF THE PARTY 111 5K)Jlir-ot- r tea drft' kw it.tr M M&tMXMHM nun- rem, vlctlmt the (ever and ague, 11 -: mercurial dlnented paMtnt. hew they re. covered health, cheerful iplrlts and goal appetite) they will tell you by trvklnp; LIVKK KCOU- - TIE FOU&TB C0N0RES3I0NAL DISTRICT, i UHDICAL EXAMINATION RIlQUIRRfc VOL. IX. HAHTFOllD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1896. SLAVES Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 8. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Tamil The Cheapest, Pureit and Medicine In the World I For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jann. dice. nillomattaclu.SICKHKAlMCIIK, Colic, Depreulon of Splrlta, bOUIt S10MAC1I, Heartburn, etc. Thla irarlvallediteraedy I warranted not to cenlatn n tingle particle ot MtRCURV, or any mineral tubitance, Cut It nt for pearly- - SIuZL,1 I3C.-VE- : u DELKERS 3EI3ESIL.33 U VEHICLES TlKCES-aES-A-IX CTTT" 0 A Are the 'liaborers of -- Free-Silv- er Mexi- co. FIFTEEN DOULARS A MONTH And Paid In Oliver Worth oo IvPbwdef, ABSOLUTELY PURE used also to seem the demonstration Cents. '?!,iJCSV AN tint taxes could create nothing. What V'M, in the contract. 2. Four times as much silver has OIUKC'r I.HSOX ft (J) 0 CO Mexico C4r,?.Jpt.' 4 Mexico is a land of fltra'ris'ti'contrasls, and to an Anierlcuu one of the most noticeable features of thlids the great gulf between the poor nud the rich. Unlike America there is no great middle class (if JatmeM, artisans, mechanics and small tradesmen Either people arc very rich or very poor, and a resident of the States can have no Idea of the extreme poverty of the poor classes. In traveling over the States one never sees beggars about the railroad - XOO Per Gexxt. tlxo Ha.DQ.caLsOirLst- WHITE FOB k CATALOGVE- .- i HOW TO CUttK T !'! nia Telr. UIMCI.F TIIIMt IT. 0 CSINll Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from THEGEUDIEB CO., MANUFACTURES, Hsnderson.Ky ' lllfi nun Tli tobicco habit grows on until his nervous system is seriouily a fleeted, iraparing health, comlort and To quit suddenly is too happiness. st ver a shock to the system, hs tobac-ot- ii in invelcrat user becomes a stimulant that hit system continual y "llaco-Cur- o" is a scientific car lor th tucacco habit, iu all its forms;' carefully compound! after the AND WILL COMMENCE formula of an eminent Berlin physi-iau- s who has used it iu his private practice siuc 1872, without a lailuic. It is purely vegetable ami guaranteed AND CONTINUE FIVE DAYS psrlectly harmbesii. Yon can uio all lb tobacco you want while taking They nrc still in the lend in tho Southwest and will always be there with theii "Baco-Curo- ." It nill notify you &sh JCiberal ,&rge when to stop. Wo giv a written 'J hey nay tho price of a fine horto in sincl0 For ull clacs of Fine Stock. guarantee to cine iwrmauoutly any premiums for brst diaplays of Utility, Saddie and Harness stock. ate with three boxen, or rofunJ the mneynith 10 per cent, interest. The Daviess County FA5R urT. IS a utare and o" fTor 189&. ocxoiBiezEs etna., f remiams "lUco-Cur- u" is a scientific cure, that cures without tli aid of will ower and will no iticonvouienc. It leaves the system at pure and Ireo from n cotino as tho you took your first how or ainoko Cured lly l)acoCuro aud uninctl dy not a substitute, but Their linlt mile track is improving every year aud bids fair thUycar to bo n record breaker. The usual purses will be given, there will be no enDon't b afraid of trance fee, find everybody has the same chance. freno outs, you have got a show every time, and if your horso is tho lusleUyou get tho purso nud it cost you nothing to enter. Thirty pound. ADMISSIOK SHS From hundreds of testimonials, tho To see the Haccs from the Grand Stand has been reduced to 10c, tilo aud open originals ol which are ou you don't got left when tho rush comes, lolnspection. tho toll owing is present UITton,NTadaCo.,Ark.,Jau. piesofr stations or running after carriage of travelers. Here beggars ore everywhere. At every stop of the train there is n crowd of men, women and children risking for contavos, a copper coin corresponding to a penny. LITTLE BETTER THAN SLAVES. In the country districts a system of peonage prevails, in which the poor are bouno to land owners by contracts, which make them as cfiectual-l- y the sutjtcts of the wealthy as though they were actually slaves. When it is lemembered that these persons receive but six, eight or ten and at most twelve dollars per month in Mexican silver, and are compelled to bwy supplies of their landlords at exborbltant rates, it can be seen how utterly impossible It is for the peon to better his conditio!. PRICE OV RAILWAY LABOR. Railroad laborers receive 62 Ji cftits a day, while common laborers are paid but 37; centa a day in silver. In the early days of the Spanish conquest a system of land grants prevailed which has been retained, and Mexico is cursed by immense holdings of land in the bands of a few and by absent landlordism. It is no uncommon thing to find a magnificent valley, embracing from half a million to two million acred, the latter size equal in area to five average counties of the Central States, owned by one family, having betn originally granted to some forefather for services rendered the King of Spain. On such places will be found a great hacienda, used a a summer r winter residence for the owner, surrounded by adobe cottages for his major dombs and supply stores. The majority of the owners of these places live in the City of Mexico or in Paris, and as a result the peons are held down with a much harder band than was ever laid upon the Irish peasantry. y n tine, large mouth the consumer had those days, and how puny and unworthy seemed the handsof the producer. Now the unfilled mouth has discovered who owns the hands. This book will show you that this has been the history of nations, a hundred times; nay, it has been the history of our own nation half a score of times in our short life. Like the Spanish Grandee in the Cemetery we were well and wanted to be better, took medicine, and here we are. Is it worth while to undergo this death and resurrection again? We shall never do It if we lay fast hold on the facts of the universe. There may be a time come when nations will be no more, when the brotherhood of man may be established, when communication ray be so rapid, when we shall be so equally advanced in civilization, that nobody will care when distance shall break no ties, and when the universal languageis spoken by everybody without accent; in that time wc may lose nationality aud become citizens of the world. Then free trade may retgn. But such a time will not been coined since 1873 as was coined prior to that time by the United so look out For twentyfive years ut that time I was a great iuHrer from general do bility and heart diieaso. lor fifteen Are are good; t lie peoplo havo been staying at home mid want yarsltried to quit, but couldu't. I You needn't to be an outing; so lookout for tho best Fair for years. tok TaridUt remedies, among others afraid to bring your boys and girls, nothing goes this year but "NoT-Rac.- " "The IndianTobacco entertainment!; no intoxicating liquors of any kind will bo sold and an Amidol," Double Chlorideof Gold." old fashioned Fair is what will be tho ticket. REMEMBER THE el.,'to.,butnou6 of them did me the Itiit bit of good. "Finally, howover, DATFS' 1 purchased a box of your "Daco Cur" and it has entirely cured me of th habit in all its f'ormr, aud I havo increased thirty pounds in weight aud Excursion Rates by Blvor and Railroad. am relieved from all tho numerous For Privileges apply toT. A. PEDLEY, Mgr., Owensboro. For Premium aches aud prins uf body and mind. I List, or other information, apply to tho Secretary. couldwrite a quire of paper upou my . changed feeling and conditions. Your respectfully, P. H. MAitnuRV. Pnator.O. P. Bhurch, Claytnn, Ark. So'd by all druggist at 81.00 per boxjithrce boxes, (thirty day' treat written nint), $2 50 with iron-clguarantee, or sent direct upon receipt or .price. Write lor booklet and JnV proofs. Eureka Chemical & Mfg, Cross, Wis., and Boston, 37 -- C wo. Mass. Cros, Wis. Gentlemen: For forty yea'ls I used, tobacco in nil its forma. iUurka Chemical & Mlg Co., La 2895. Will be up to the usual standard, aud will bo as attractive as last year. The Poultry will be first. clnss. The premiums are good, and the quantity ar.d quality of tho oxhlbits are better every year. 5H FlOffcAt HCL DISPLAY f h fospes for & air AN OBJECT LESSON As illustrating the effect of free silver coinage and prosperity of Mexico may be related a conversation occurring on a train to day between a free silver advocate from the States and a wealthy Mexican. "Your country is very prosperous under silver coinage." said the American. "Oh yes; first-cla- ss OCTOBER 6, 7, 8,9 & 10, 1896. stst- seo'y. OwenstoorO, 3ES.y O Ft. iDirt-- :E.To:D:D,:3F:re.s-t-ar- very prosperous," was the reply. "Sit down and tell me about it," was the next request. You see it is this way." saidthe Mexican, "We export the biggest part of our products and get paid in gold, bring the gold here and buy sil ver dollars now .where we used only to buy one. Labor can be had at the same price now ns when silver was as valuable as gold. So profits are much larger.""' "But don't you pay labor any more now than before?" CoL. J 5 LABOR GETS TIIE SAME. "Oh, no; just the same; so it makes it very much cheaper for us," This set the American free sllverite thinking, nud presently he said: "I don't think American laborers would stand that." EtMJ Towae. .wed Dr. UlW Fain rill. "On, es; American laborers have carpets on floors and pianos iu W;ANTET-SKVHR- AI, housrs," exclaimed the Mexican with or women to travel lor much irony, "Make them stand it. responsible established bouse in Kentucky. Salary I780, payable $15 Take a club to them." THAT THE weekly and expenses. Position perYes, but we could not do that. It manent. Reference. Enclosed self, would cause a revolution." addressed stamped envelope. The National, Star Building, Chicago. "Let them have a revolution uml ofT one another. Let them sleep 5Mjt. Cabinet-siz- n did in kill Photos cheaper than any gallery over Is making m on sheepskin and eat frijoleaaud corn Hartford, guaranteeing all work to be of the most permanent finish, meal, and they could stand it." oi.Aro. Cabiuots per dozen, 81.75, half dozen 91.00. Tli Republicans of Olatou pretlnct that will not fado. I heard en American who has lived are milted and wide awake In the here lor several years give utterance Respectfully, Half Cabinet size $1 per dozsu. greoTcausepf Republicanism. At a to the same expression as the TKCartford., ZZZy. 33:. rousing meeting last Wednesday Mexican used regarding labor In the night week they orgadized a afcKlu-le- y N. B. Will bo here till niter Iho Fair, aud longer unless tho river States. What American workmen Club with an enrollment ol sixty rites so. no can get in Green, river, Cnmo beforo the Fair and avoid tho think of the. argument. The organization rush'. The Floating Studio will go from here to Rocb'stcr, thou to Rock-po- rt seYennienbers. EDWIN SUMNED GILL. waxrdade permanent with Dr. Byer, and South Currolltou and will land at tho smaller points between. President; Jno. U. Renfrew, Vice Keed. 1 Uem from Thos. B. Reed has said and written President, and U, T. Taylor Secretamany pungant paragraphs but none ry. The club waa then addressed by better than the following in his Jno. II. Thomas, iu one ol his to Protection nnd Prosperof logie and truth wwwwa-- a wwwwiaa ity:" TbU U tho Ut mitket ana ouri It lha bait homo to ihlp to. Wa mil Utwn! adHe wa's followed by Dr Dyera wfth n vance on eunilfumonlj. BhIJh wo havo btlttr UcKIUet than other home In htTlnf Somehow or other, times like these Y few wtl chosen remark that were intnr ltrjo luctortc to lupplr. all got you tho top prto and pT tpot cub not la jour wool aad him produo direct to Inda. Ho t revel lu tttnU. Ship How every fine are great educators. appreciated by his hearets. The HBRNDON-CARTBused to be the sneer about lifting one's meeting thetj, adjourned and, ailment 110 Tnlrd Street, or BIB to BIO Hurrall Court, selt by the boot strap. How clear It P T, home rejoicing. ad itCti mW ANODE CONVINCED! States. 3. Fifty tlma as many silver dollars have been coined by the United State since 1873 as were coined from 1792 to 1873. 4. Gold has not appreciated in value. If this be doubted ask a jeweler as to the comparative cost of gold jewelry now with the cost of similar articles before 1873. 5. Prices of farm products have not varied along with the price of silver. The variation of the price of nil articles prior to 1873 was as great as the variation since 1873. 6. It cannot be proven that the fall in the value of sliver since 1873 was dne to any legislation by the United States; nor can this fall in value be shown to have caused hny of the "hard times" that exist now. 7. The "timea" have been as good since 1873 as they were prior to that time. The prosperity of our country , has been as great since 1873 as it was prior to that time. 8. We challenge these Boy Orators happen within the hundred years to show any Federal statute which which centre in that week when two justifies the present outcry against English speaking nations were ready "class legislation." to clutch each other by the throat 9. Free coinngeof silver would help about a boundary thousands of miles the rich more than it would help the away, nnd the German emperor was poor. ready to fight the kingdom of his 10. The debates in Congress upou grandmother about some people in the currency question from 1792 to Africa whose ancestors left the fatherthe present time go to prove that the land so long ago that history is not "double standard" never met with quite sure that they did leave it. the approval of our best financiers. Nationality is a tact, brotherhood is a M r. Alexander Hamilton worked out hope. Perhaps If we live up to our the double standard from promises Its fallacy that do not exist fact, that may be the best way to arwas recognized in the first decade of rive at our hope. our Union, and has ben recognized WANTED SEVERALto travel for ever since by our great authorities on or women money. responsible established house in n. The free coinage of silver is Salary $780, payable $15 weekly nnd expenses. Position per- not a Democratic doctrine. On the manent. Reference. Enclosed contrary, from the days of Mr. Jefler-so- n stamped envelope. The down to our own time DemocratNational, Star Building, Chicago. ic principles and the practice of Democratic administrations and the utterTHE RATIO. Agents wanted to ances of the g reat Democratic &tates-me- n have been In opposition to the sell the latest Presidential novelty in every locality. Uasysale and large free coinage of more than one metal, profits. A child can handle it and We challenge our Boys to prove the make money. Send 10 cents for spec- contrary of this eleventh fact. If our Boys care to read the proofs of our imen. Chkrry & Wbuiurn, Nash ville Tenn. assertion we refer them to the debates in Congress and to the reports of I OMiWiiaeU Testimony. Democratic officials. Chas, B. Hood, Broker and ManuWhen our Boys have digested these facturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, facte we will give them more. Ex. certifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equnl as a Cough remedy. Farmer fiat I'or Vtvn Silver. J. D. Brown, Prop. St. James Hotel, It was grange day at Chatauqua a Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was few days ago and several thousand cured of a Cough of two years standfarmers were present to participate in ing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. the proceedings. A straw vote was King's New Discovery. B. F. Mer-ri- taken at the gates to see how the Baldwinsville, Mass., says that farmers stood on the financial queshe has used and recommended it and tion. A correspondent to the Rochnever knew it to fail and would rathgives the result ester er have it than any doctor, because and does so over his own name, so it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 there can be no doubt of its correctE. 25th St , Chicago, always keeps it ness. Of the vast number of farmers at hand and has no fear of Croup be- present only two favored free sliver cause it instantly relieves. Free and one of thera said it was his intenTrials Bottles at Williams & Bell's tion to vote the Prohibition ticket. Drugstore. The Democratic cry that the farmers are for free silver is without founPublic Srtrnklaar. Hon. John W. Lewis Republican dation. In every crisis which the candidate lor Cougress will address country has been compelled to face the voters of Ohio county at the fol the fanners have always stood by the country and they will do so this year. lowing times and places, viz: Fordsville, Friday, Sept. 25, at 1 They are intelligent and patriotic men and will do nothing that will do o'clock p. m. Sulphnr Springs, Fri- nothing that will endanger national day, Sept. 25, at night. Harttord, prosperity and cause financial disSaturday, Sept. 26, at 1 o'clock p. m. tress. Toledo Blade. McIIenry. Saturday, Sept. 26, at night. BellaJlun, Monday, Sept. 2d, at 1 o'clock p. m. Centertown, Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 1 o'clock p. m. Equality Church, Tuesday, Sept. 29, at night. Rockpott, Wednesday, Sept. blood disease which d Is a all the mineral mixtures in the world 30, at 10 o'clock a. 111. Roslne, Wed cannot cure. S.S.3. guaranteed purely nesday, Sept. 30, at 2 o'clock p. m. vegetable ) is a teal blood remedy for Night speakings will begin at 7 blood diseases and has no equal. had Mrs. Y.T. Buck, o'clock. Everybody is Invited to be Scrofula for twenty-fiv-of Delaney, Ark.,most e years ifud present and hear this gifted orator, of the time was under the care of the who so ably represented this District doctors who could not relieve her. A specialist said be andcouuty in the last session of Concould cure her, but gress, he filled her with y. Ken-lucky. sed d, Post-Expre- containing thoia Southern Koota and llerbt whidi an all.wlia Providence hat placed In countrlea where I.lver bitasiea most prevail. It will cure all Dlataiee caused by Derangement ot the Liver and Uowelt. The SYMPTOJI9 ol Uver Complaint are bitter or bad title In the mouth) l'aln In the Hack, Sldea or Jolnt,'oflen mistake (or Sour stomach) Lost ot Appetite) Headache: Howell alternately costive and la Lost ot Memory, with a painful aensatlon ot (ailed to do aometnlnrr whleh ought to having have been done) Debility) Low iplrlts, a thlek yellow appearance of the Skin and Ryes, a dry Cough often mistaken for Consumption. Sometimes manV of faese.avraDtoms attend the dlsetse, at others very few) but tho LIVER a generally me seat 01 ma aisemsc, anu u not ketrulated In lime, .n. suffering,- wretched 7 sets ana uuaiii mil ensue. The following highly esteemed persons attest to the Virtues ol Simmons Liver Regulator) Uen. w. 8. Holt, l'res. ua. a. r. K. K. -e ) Kev. J. It. Felder, Perry, Oa. CoL E. K. Sparks, Al tany.Ua. C.Mailerson,12sn .Sheriff lllbbCa, Oa (lion. Alexander 11. Stephens. "We have tested its virtues, personally, and know that lor Dyspepsia, biliousness and Throbbing Headache It Is the best medicine the world ever saw. We tried forty other remedies be lore SlmmonsLlver Regulator, but nonegava ua moro than temporary relief) but the Ileui-latnot only relieved, but cured us "Lb. PUHIJLY VEGETABLE, .... J. II. Attn MKSSEMOEn, Macon, Oa. MANUrACTt'HED ZEILIN St CO., Philadelphia, Pa. r PROFESSIONAL CARD. Jnx.N. aienu, J.N. II. WrelilliiK LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderson' GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. liataar.) Will practico their profession in alt thocourta of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. Tames .A.. SjaaAtii, T AW TT0!BY IIARTFOItn, HT. Will practico his profession in Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appi Is, Special attention given t- collections, UUico east eitlo of put.i- square. M. L. Hbavrtn. Shelby Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. -- HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, ' ' -" a - Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry VVesterfield, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. H. WEDDING Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his caro. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. lections. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and ndjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to colOffice in Courthouse. Attorney ai JC&w, JNO. B. WILSON, :?.. isrusjT. (Gbnnty Attorney) Attorney ai Law HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attentionabstracts,to making Ac, also Notary Publio for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections caef ully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at Iaw B. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, iDr.. L Office cimaer SI'EClAIvTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILUJ, IND. 4i6Upp. First st. Attorney at Law, HlIUTFOrtD, J.B. VIOKERS, Ky Scrofula Will practico Us profession in Ohio and adjoining eounties. Special attention given to all business antrusted to his care. Office in Republican deep-seate- building. Attorney at L& HARTFORD, KY.. ARMISTEAD JONES, -ftOAfSIK SSUpio- - O. SOHHCETHH, y Intro-ductl- uunni uunni 1 R CO. arsenic and potash which almost ruined I'xale lor Hoy Orntor. her constitution. She Our deep interest in the Bryan pronearly took then blood paganda which is now under full every Who can think of som strapl and drank Wanted-- An medicine tkliior toMlcntf headway In Fayette county, as well them by the wholesale, PrdtMt Your IdttUi thtr mir tirinu you weiltlL. WotUDElUJUUN JOHN ft CO Puteni as elsewhere, Impells us to furnish but they did not reach Write Waufaiartoo, D. C, for thlr !,AJ prUoAltoo oUtr QMtl A mj$.lUt ot two liao bundrd laTaUoa wuiieti. tad our own Boy Orators with facts. Our vmviaE.zr?t 'one teAiitirak adviied hertotrv rJ. ' enough when they boys are eloquent S.fi.S. anil alio verv y declaim about the right of the major- soon found that she had a real blood I.oiilavlllr.llriiiKTkiiii A. Nl Lnul Co' III 1'lfeel June) I. "After ity to make an ignorant minority be- remedy at last. She says: S.S.S. I takNo. 43. No. 41. am ing one dozen bottle of lieve that twice two Isn't four, and perfectly well, my skin is clear dally dally West bound 7 55 a m 6 30 p iu they do pretty well so long as they aud healthy and I would not be iu I.. Louisville . my former condition for 7 55 stick to humor and generalities. But dollars. Instead of drying two thousand I, Brandenburg . 9 uptltepoUon 820 Irvington . . .9-1carelessness of facts troubles us. in my system, like the potash and L Stephen port . 10 38 thtir 858 L S.S.S. drove the disease out L Cloverport Therefore we shall be glad to give arsenic, . 10 47 918 through the skin, and I was permaLjHawesville . II 12 them from time to time v. ell knovvn nently rid of it." 9 44 I, Owensboro , 12 15 p mio 48 facta which they can use, If they wilt 11 55 Ar Henderson . . ( 15 when their humor no longer tickles, No. 44 No 42. S.S.S. never falls to cure Scrofula. their generalities no longer interest Jtczema, Rheumatism Coutaglow Blood daily daily Past bound their hearers, and their boyish oratol'olton, or any disorder of the blood. L Henntrson . . . 7 20 n in a 55 p m 3 55 ry fulls to satisfy a people thirsting Do not rely upon simple tonic to cure I, Owensboro . . . 8 25 blood disease, but take a I, Hawesville . a . 4 53 for information. real blood remedy. 5 17 I, Cloverport . . 9 50 money, uur uooks 1, Silver dollars are still L, Stepheuport . 10 11 5 35,r, free upou appli6 16 and ore full legal tender with gold (or cation. Swift I. Irvington . . 10 51 639 II 18 L Drandouburg all debt and obligations, public or Specific Co,, B Ar Louisville . . 12 45 l private, unless otherwise stipulated Atlanta, Ga. Will practice in all tho Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attorney. Idea , hkyJt ii', iltill-Mli- " It A Real Blood Remedy. deep-seate- d 95 SSS t fi- -f .xowyweMW&awet if n I -- ) rmtnrn. Joliii Wnl A Moilcau gold colu la good itny epent last ViUUjr M The theM. K. Chutch lu tho world for Its fdCo vnlllo I ' whero ' Kev. W. J. Cnlu preached hid last closed nt Vanccburg Tuesday and the BAM A.ANI)i:itHIN. ........ ..r.illlor. A Mexican silver coin, issued under following assignments were made for thosamo nutborlty, only pusses for sermon nt No Creek on the first Sun Anxiously watch declining lioaltb of tne Louisville Dlsttict: which he left forConfercnce Subscription. $1.26 pur yoar half its fuco value. Does not this day, alter their daughtern. So many are cut off 1 g C. J. Howes Prcsii tldtr. 011 the following Monday, Bro. Cain by consumption In early years that indicato that under frco coinage it is Friday, SKrntMiiKn 18, 189C. there is real causo for anxiety. In Beaver Dam O. M. Wilson has done good work nt this place nnd the bullion, nnd not tho governmctt tho early stages, when not beyond Bowling Gicen- - C P. Adams. should he not return to thli field of Republican Ticket. tho reach of medicine. Hood's Sarsastamps that determines how n coin Harrodsburg S, F Kcllty. labor we wish him nbundand success parilla will restore tho qunllty and shall bo received. Leltchfield-- A H Davit. whe'ttc they sre fit to send him nnd quantity ot tho blood and thus give ELECTION NOV. 3.1800. Louisville Epwotth, C II. Nordo-na- n; good health. Head the following letter: Tin: great cry now nrislng from hope he tuny continue to live an lie "It Is but jutt to wrlto about my Trinity, to be supplied; Wesley. docs now nnd wc know he will make distho Popocrnt papers is to crcato daughter Com, aged 19. Bho wis comI'nr 1'rmlilrnt. his calling sure. In behalf of the W B. Snead. sension among the employer nnd empletely run down, declining, had that tired VILLIAMMcKINLEY, No Creek W. K. Cook. rhurch at this place, wc wish him feeling, and (rlcnda aald aba would not They never oiler any nrgu ploye. olOIilc. Scottsvllle J. II. Brown. much success In life nnd when done lira over three months. 8ho had a bad In support of tho free and tin. ment Summit J. II. Masscy. with the cares of this world gain n limited coiuago of silver at the ratio home lor Vice l'rfntilenl. Tompklnsvlllc S. B. Wardslp. in that bright beyond. GARRETT A. HODART, of 10 to 1, nnd their only hnpo is to Vine Grove J. W. Cantrell. Warren Ward nnd wile, have moved of Now Jcrsoy. dcludo tho pcoploand not by fair nnd to his fathers Mr. John Ward. Wc Woodsonvllle W. 11. Cralu. frank discussions of the subject welcome them into our midst. Rev. W. J. Caiu has been transferr- and nothing seemed to do her any good. Coiigrrk. I'nr a Bursar-rlllthrough their papers. Mrs. Nola Tinsley, Washington, ed to the Ashland Disttlct and is now I happened to read about Ilood'a JOHN W. LEWI8. and had her gle It a trial. From tha neighborhood is the guest of her Bi- located nt Greenup. very flrat doae Bhe began to get better. Prom 4th District of Kentucky. The "poor man's ticket" is backed ster Mrs. nnnic Ward, of this place. Atter taking a few bottlea aha was comby twenty-tw- o Gold or Sllvor barons of tho silver Wo Imvo becu easy ou oursubscrib' pletely cured and her health baa been tha Daisv Dkan. Is tho question now uppermost in beat ever alnco." Mrs. Addib l'scx, West, whoso combined wealth exceeds era and have given n grout many oi I'nbll Nprnklnir. tho minds of tho masses, but "how to 13 Railroad Place, Amaterdam, N. Y. the enormous sura nf 8550,000,000. Hon. Ben L. Bruncr. Assistant grow wheat to pay" is a question tbem n long timo in which to pay Free coiuago would help these "I will aay that my mother baa not poor my case In aa atrong worda u I their subscription, but they baro creatures to a profit in excess of what Republican Elector ol the Fourth which prudeut farmers nro pondering atated hava dona. Ilood'a BaroaparllU would Congressional Disttlct will nddress over. Wheat WILL PAY, but the has truly cured ma and I am now wall." treated us with much neglectand have they now mako of fifty to ono hunthe citizens ot Breckenrldge county Amaterdam, N. Y. Do you on the political issues at the following haphazzard way of sowing on POOR Cora Pkok, get Ilood'a, became to requests wo have dred million dollars a year. failed to respond Bo sure to lurid don't pay. Careful bcediug on made for money through these col wonder that they favor free silve? Do times and places: well fertilized land does pay, aud you want to increaso this vast wealth Asklns, Sept. 21, at 1130 p. 111. urans and also by letter. Wo would at tho expense of labor? to allow these Glendean, Sept. 21, at 7:00 p. 111. Jol- "Raw Bono" has proved to be THE like to be able to run tho paper withThere is no two opinions on rich pcoplo to use tho power of the ly's Station, Sept. 22, at 1:30 p. m gojds. Wo havo a CAR out collecting any money, but Gnding government to force this silver upon Hall town, Sept. 23. at 1:30 p. in. this proposition. that to be an impossibility wo have the people and let them stand the Heights Run, Sept. 23, at 7:00 p. in. LOAD of "HORSE SHOE" just in Sample, Sept. 24, at 1:30 p. 111, Clif- and we will fill all orders from a li the One True Wood llulAer. Ill druggists. (1. decided to force collection and wc shrinkage of n dishonest dollar. l'reuarcd only by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. ton Mills. Sept. 25, at 1:30 p. m. "sack" to a "carload." . . . are piir eljr tegeUble, hereby warn those who have been rnpuiuis Mill N'ot t'nr. Nortons Valley, Sept. 25, at 7.00 p.m. IIOCKERACO. Hood liable and txneocUL'.Sa. The Populist State Central notified by our Attorney of their in Garfield, Sept 26, at 1:30 p. in. another meeting at the Good Old Granny Metcalfe, 87 years J1MJO. debtedncsa that they had better pay Let the people turn out and hear a old, living at 1005 South Fifth street, Enterprise Hotel Tuesday in LouisMr. A. Grigsby nnd family are vis discussion oi political issues. Puducah, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's iting in Daviess county at this time. and thereby save the cost of a law ville in the vain hope that the c Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, leaders would condescend to ask Miss Nettie Rogers visited her part'orilsllll. Club. suit. We mean business and must cough, lung and bronchial remedy Fordsviixtj, Sept. 12. lor a meeting in which a fusion of the is duo us on usbscription. that has been offered to the public ents last Saturday and Sunday, achave what The Republicans of East and West during her lile two electoral tickets could be arrangcompanied by Misses Susie and MaThis is a mero matter of business; you Druggists sell it. For sale by Z bel Duke. ed. The committee waited in vain, Fordsville precincts met at Post Hall for the purpose of organizing Wayne Griffin & Bro. have lieen getting the paper aud now however, as the word did not come. Misses Inez York nnd Cora Allen a McKinley and Hobart Club. ChairWithSeveral leading Popocrats, indeed, we MUSE have tho money. county, visited Miss Emma Park last Sunday. John Bratcher, of Grayson man Gaines called theihouse to older The sincinir civen by I W. Allen out the account is paid you may ex. said that they were not In lavor of Maddox, ol Ohio county, aud stated the object of the meeting, and Flora fusion with the Populists. That the was highly enjoyed by those present. Kv. were married at the county ect a law suit. Mr. Tbos. Morris is confined to his Populist Committee is very angry at when the following officers were clerk's office in this city at 1 'clock a. s m elected. President, II. D. Smith; officiating. They bed with typhoid fever. Mr. Uryan was nominated the refusal of the Popocrats to fuse is Vice m., Squire Stewart When President, D. Wise; Secretary, Mr. R. Walker, who has been on came across the river about dark silver was worth 69 cents an ounce or no secret. They declated yesterday J. M. Key; Marshall, C. C. Bratchcr. Monday evening but had to make n the sick list for some tune is able to that Bryan's stupid managers in this 6G cents. thereabout. Now it is worth Alter the election of officers the State would see their error when the trip into the country to get some- be out again. At that rate how long will it be beMrs J. C. Willock nnd Miss Tula votes were counted. The committee Secretary proceeded to enroll the one to swear to the young lady's age fore silver is worth 81 29 an ounce, as has put out the lollowing electoral names of the members, numbering which delayed the ceremony some- Carson, of Bowling Green, visited in Mr. Bryan predicts it will be? 116. The club appointed a committhe neighborhood last week. ticket: what. Rockport Journal. Mrs. Hatfield and family, McLean First District J. W. Graham, Mar- tee to secure a speaker oi national reTree concerns tailed at Evunsvillo shall county. putation to address the people of this Harll.nl Home null. county, are visiting in the vicinity at Saturday Cbas. Schulte, capitalist; Last Friday night, the Misses Al- preseit. Plow Boy. Second District Samuel James, and surrounding counties, Sept. 30. Reitman & Schulte, saw mill, and Daviess county. the day set apart for a grand rally len, daughters ot Col. E. B. Allen, the genial proprietor ofthc Hartford Schulte, Lobofl & Co., edge tool Fourth District B. S. South. Har-di- n aud flag raising. Aiss Aargaret plall, works. Schulto attributes the failure The free sllverltes, or Popocrats ate House, gave a fashionable ball to the county. elite of Hartford. A large number to tho agitation of the money quefn Filth District F. S. Rectenwald, fast losing ground in this section, and we believe by the time that the were in attendance nnd a general tion. Louisville. good time was had by all who were Seventh District W. B Bridgeford, November election rolls around, you H ARTFORI), KE.XTUCKT. SnouLD the inevitable happen and would have to have a search warrant present. The dancing was kept up county. Franklin PALL term begins August lit, 18U(i, until a late hour. Mr. Bryan should bo elected our to find one. J. M. Key, Sec'y Eighth District J. C. Sutherland, at her home for tho reception of gold would all be driven from this Anderson county. Sjvccial Thorough training. While John D. Preis, of Rockport, SvitIiic Sfnehlurn. to young pupils. country and we would at once sink If you are thinking of buying one, Ky., was standing inthecrowd at the nttentiou given Tenth District G. W. Tubble, Es- Terms as usual. Your patronage so once to a silver basis and our money till county. call on or write toGross Williams and Willard Hotel listening to Bryan a o bin its bullion value McQuary, let him bring you one of the lat- thief grabbed his wjtchchaln and licited, would only pass for Eleventh District J. T. and we would bo ou an equal with Pulaski county. est Singers. They are just too nice tore it from his vest. Preis grabbed IIArt.IN t'llAI'i:!.. Electors in the Third, Sixth and Mexico. But the inevitable will not Ninth districts are to be chosen by for auything. the thief's arm nnd prevented him Rev. R. Romans filled his regular from carrying of his watch. happen. conventions to be held in the districts nppointmenthere Sunday. Our SunA cold in the head is one of the urnal. named. day School is progressing nicely. most distressing and dicomforting of It is a noticeable fact that Mr. Rev. O. M Felix, necntrpanied by maladies. It causes loss of sleep If Are Ton Tired Bryan in his speeches never offers All the time? This condition is a neglected it terminates lu that most Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Tub Best SAtvit in the world for Mr. Will Lochery, Bremen, v!tted any arguments in support of his pet sure indication that your blood is not obnoxious of all diseases catarrh of Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt his parents Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Felix theory, but presumes on the ignorance rich and nourishing as it ought to be the head or throat. Dr Bell's Pine Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chaplast week, Aiiypersou who and it may be if you will take a few Tar Honey is a prompt and never ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all of his nudieuce. Mr. Lonnie Maples, Cromwell, viss failing cure. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures cannot perceive that the free coinage bottles of the great blood purifier, Mrs. Kate Up to date druggists sell it. For Piles, or no pay required. It is guar- ited his grandmother, of silver at the ratio of 10 to 1 will Hoob'a Thousands sale by Z Wayne Griffin ft Bro. Sarsaparilla. anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or Maples Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Frances and M.L'tfic Black Price 25 cents per motey refunded. drive all gold out of circulation and write that Hood's Sarsaparilla has ."troy Ml box. FOR SALE BY Williams 4 visited Miss Clara Foster Monday. produce monometahsm is a hopeless cured them of that tired feeling Ly From my farm near Prentis one Bell. tf Mr. John P. Felix is quite sick. biving them rich, red blood. case of intellectual imbecility. black heiferwithllne back, 18 months Messrs. Milton Black, Willie Brown, lerftonnt, old, marked with split iu left and Hood's Pills act easilyand promptThe State election in Maine Monmedical reference returned home Satmday from Illinois FitKE swallow fork in right ear. Anyone day gave a Republican majority of ly on the liver and bowels. Cure knowing of person afflicted with any book to Mr. Alva Felix after nn absence 0 f her whereabouts aud will special, any chronic or delicate disease 5 years in Arkansas teturncd home from 45,000to60,000,an increase from sick headache. let me knov I will come alter her peculiar to their sex. Address the 14,979 Bince 1892. Tho Republicans Public Hprnklnc. leading physicians aid surgeons of in very poor health. nnd piy tor the trouble. 7 2t Mrs. Richard McDowell attended have always carried the State but at Hon. J. S. R. Wedding, Elector for Hakdin Wallace, Prentis, Ky. the United States, Dr. Hathaway & church at Hamlin Sunday. Co., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. no time has tho majority reached the 4th Congressional Dlsttict on the One advantage of taking Ajer's 43-- rMr. and Mrs. John Harris landed Blaine only carried the Republican ticket, has made out the 33,000. home last week from a tiip to Indiana home of following list of appointments to Sarsaparilla to purity the blood is The State 20.0G0 in I884. SEVERAL that you need not infringe upon WANTED or women to travel for and Illinois. Bryan's running mate, Mr. Sewall, speak in the District: your hours of labor nor deny yourself responsible established house in Mrs Jim Felixspent Monday at Mr. Hodgensville, Sept. 28. has thus repudiated the free silver payable $15 Henry Black's. Salary $780, any food that agrees with you In a Horse Cave, Sept. 29. heresy. word, you are not compelled to starve weekly and expenses. Position perMiss Mary Likens visittd btr sister Mumfordsville, Sept. 30. Enclosed or loaf, while taking it. These are manent. Reference. envelope. The Mrs. Frank Black Sunday. people have been deThe silver Greensburg, Oct 6. stamped recommendation worth considering. National, Star Building, Chicago. Miss Ida Balhrd viblted Miss Corn Campbellsville, Oct. 7. prived ol much of their comfort by Felix Sunday. Lebanon, Oct. 8 tho returns from Arkansas showing is nt hand for all sufferers Release Farmers are busy cutting corn aud Shepherdsville, Oct. 9. tho Democratic plurality to be 45, from coughs and colds or diseases of Buckingham's Dje tor the WhiskOct. 10. Bardstown, the throat, bronchial tubes or nasal ers can be applied when at home, and making sorghum. Felix nnd Black 255, iustead of 70,000, which was cavities who will resort to the right are making some as fine molnssisas Leitchfield, Oct. 13. The State claimed a few days ago. remedy. Dr. Hells Pine Tar Honey is unilormly successful in coloting a we ever saw. Fordsville, Oct. 14. a Democratic plurality in 1894 browu or black. Henceitsgreat pop givo cures all disorders and sickness ot Misses ClaraPoster.Etta Fulkerson; Hardinsburg, Oct. 15. this kind. Thousands have testified ularity. of 48,724. Thus you see the strongMessrs. Logan Felix. John Brown Brandenberg, Oct, 16. to this fact. It is mnde of simple aud hold Democracy will not stand by tho harmless ingrediente of pine tar and beard- took a horse back ride Sunday evenChicago platform of repudiation aud combined. It or honey scientifically ing. Before eolnir on a National dishonor. never fails. There is nothing "just as Our school is getting along into the country, be sure and put a good " with Mr. J. T. Small teacher box of Ayer's Pills in your valise. Tug bole topio discussed by the Take no substitute from any drug140 Messrs. Jim and Redmond Felix atorators and editors is tho "rich You may have occasion to thauk us gist For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin &. Bro. tended quarterly meeting nt Mt. for this hint. To relieve constipaThey raako it appear that man." Busy Br.i!. Pleasant Sunday. tion, biliousness, nnd nausea, Ayer's At the Hayruarket last night, Mr. tho man who by frugality and ccono Pills are the best in the world. They Bryan concluded, a big six foot color8 mical living has saved up 601110 monare also easy to take. Heart Trouble Quickly Cured, ed man, starting away, said: "I'll ey is a meuaco to good government Hon. John W. Lewis is a good bet my head he didn't change a vote mankind in geneial, A Convincing Testimonial. and an enemy to Notice- of the sound money senwhen in fact their caudidato for Vice Bkavkk Dam, Ky., Sept. 12, 1896. in nil this crowd. Why, we've got timent in the Fourth district, and, no niggers in this town can beat him MyDeak PnonmiTiON Bro: The tilkiug to President is three times n millionaire and gone." Louismatter what soit ot deals are made Prohibitionists of the Fourth Conand yet they support him with cuthu ville Commercial among the discordant elements of the will meet in regeiasm, while thoy are "cussing" his gressional Dristrict repudiation party, he will be re elect wry class of people. Tufa is about ular Conventlnu at Eliztbethtown. Commercial. ed. the "sum total'' of their urgumcut Sept. 19, 1896, for the purpose ol nominating a candidate tor congress. Puilfy your blood with Hood's Sarh Hvever. saparilla, which will give you nn apIt is very important that you be and tone your stomach petite, tho Popocrat there personally. Never belore was Since tho split in so good. strengthen your nerves. Convention nt Eluabelhtowu nnd the the outlook for Prohibition Hoping to meet you there, I am determination of Mtsirs. Smith aud It has been the practice of some of yours Respectfully. Look about you! See for Mutniy to mnko tho race for Congris the young bloods of town to load up W. M. Likuns, Cu'm'n. yourself J Who suffer most tho Hon Jno. W. Lewis will have a on mean whisky and go about over tram sleepleuness, ncrvousnus, walk-ovfor complete MM'iti.i:u. the town shooting nt whatever pre. nervous dyspepsia, neuralgia, Mibs Carrie Keisslcr nnd brother, Wo told thorn people that thut nomisented Itself. This practice has Miss Ella Kcnra. despondency, general weakLouUville, have returned home after nation was loaded and now it has exness? Who are on the edge "For 19 yean I Buffered from heart troua nuisance to the law abiding relaDuring of nervous prostration all the people and it Is time that a stop was ble. different that ttino I u treated by ploded and caught twi men, and by a visit here among friends and physicians. All ot them flro t time? Those who are thin, put to it some way. It has only been claimed that I cuuld not b cured. I was the time the polls clo?e in Nnvembor tives Opium, chloral, bromides, Mlssts Ora Barnctt and Carrie iroatly troubled with shortneaa ot breath, few days since two nf the same a they will bo caught ho badly that they o palpitation and pain In tho side. If headache powders, only make S ell ate visititu relatives in Mcyoung fellows were fined heavily in will be relocated to a back seat In tic excltod, or oxertod myself In the lent, matters worse. Iron and bitLean county at this writing. in the County Coutt, but that didn't the pain In toy aide became very aeroro. At Mr. Lowfa inn made tho proccsaiou. ters are only stimulants. To Misses Ola Ward nnd Prudie Benseem to have the desired effect. tlmca It seemed as though nutilu utrt tlifa District has best Co'ugrestman be cured, and cured for good, Bometlme In tho month several nett have returned home alter Their cases ought to come up and upof November last, I commenced taking food. you need a Ho has bean ut UU put days visit to friends and lelatives in ever hud. on conviction they bhould be modi to DR. WILES' HEART CURE You want new blood, rich of duty ulwuys, and Inn always bean the point nelguborbool. blood) and a strong nerve-toni- c. pay a fine to the full extent ol the and alnco then I have Improved steadily, found battling fur tho best interest of School begun at this place on the law, Wednesday night nbont 12 I can now sleep on my left aide, something I Ira people. By voting fur Jim. V. 14U1 Inst with Prof I'lmore Will had never boon able to do before. I eon SCOTT'S EMULSION of o'clock Miootlng was heard on the walk without being fatigued, and am In Cod-livLewis you will ho doing ynuwlfhon. inms teacher. This makes the third OU with Hypophos-phlt- es street and some miscreant put two ntudk UUar htalth than tttr Ixfort, I would is all this. It feeds the or and will he honoring a inuii who term lor Mr. Williams at this place recommend nil sufferers from heart trouble bullet holes through the large litho to try Dr, Miles' invaluable remedy without tissues, makes rich blood, and has Mood by ymi during his term us and we preolct for the ptople a good graph of McKinley, which hangs delay." MISS ELLA KUUTZ, strengthens the nerves. school. public B' ivai't. m Wright St., MUwauUco, Wis. nr over headquarters. It fit for tha ailing. Book about Miss Nina Bennett spent several Dr. MIlonIToArt Carols sold on a, positive) benefit. There are now a large number of I ruaranlvo that the tlrst bottle wilt for H, or weeks in McLean county, not long For talc by all drugguu at 50c and AlldruggUtasuIlltatfl, 1 bottlea ' $1.00. fine horses ou the Hartford Fair , It will bo sent, prcpalj. on receipt of prise For UhtS WHllfl ML llitTAIlS. PJ since the guest ol her aunt Mrs Alex by tho Vi, MlLa Mndlcaf Oo,, tlkhart, lad. Lt neat Couh Sjrup. IuimUouU. VMKfl SCOTT & BOWNE, NwYork, grounds preparing for th; Fair Octo-le- ri, r7 IntttiiH. Holil by tlruul.l Mi Hoover. t Dr. Miles' Heart Cure RS2S and 3. Mrs, Annie Barnett, Klnderhook, Hartford Republican AH. WrW Mothers ov'IM'.IMMMMIIIIMrlMtlllMtlMIlMllMIL weWTOtfNmaajcmwim lllM'.WIlLlllJiXIUlUrF. 5 Our Friends HAVE BEEN SAYING TO US ThatOther Morelumts loll thorn wo cannot sell goods as cheap as we claim to. This is very gratifying to us because it convinces our customers that we are doing Cough something that other merchants cannot do. Why is this? There are three excellent reasons: With five other 0001) Merchants we spent ten days lu the VHRY best Markets, pricing, selecting and buying. Wc buy Irom $10,000 to Jjo.ooo vroith of goods at one time. The more we buy, the cheaper we get FIRST; them, and goods bought tight are no trouble to sell tight. Our exSUCOND: Wc do not pay a dollar lor rent. penses nrc light and wc can nil.ird to be snlUfied with , Hood's Sarsaparilla it small profits. TiMRl): And Inst reason, but the best of all: We pay cash for our goods, get very best diicounts STRtCTLY FOR CASH TO F.VHRYllODY. WI5 SKLL But let our pilcej talk for themselves: Hoosier cotton (by the bolt) Full stnndnrd calicoes I'lald cottons, 2$ Inches wide Bleached cotton (no lime in it) Good shitting Good canton flannel Children's ribbed hose . , . . 4C 4C Popo-cratl- c 5C , y . 5C . 5C 91110 TSACEERf . Sc . jc Ladles good black hose . .5c 5 papers good pins . 5c Boys suspenders . 5C Linen crash jclb Granulated sugar (only 4" f to one customer) 6Tba $1.00 Green coficc 65c bu Rye Men good suspenders 3 caket buttermilk soap toe All wool filling doubled fold caMimere loc Teazle down (for ehlldrens capes) 10c i rpools O. N. T. thread Couestoga bed ticking good Woolenetts (for capes nnd cloaks) ntfc Jfc All wool red flannel White flannel 3 inches wide 5C Good cotton jeans 16c io--4 Pepperel sheeting ( .... , , 'c lc tjC ij'c 19 ...... Courier-Jo- Turkey rcdtnblc linen All wool filling Henrietta Good umbrellas Children school shoes Ladles iron clad button shoes Ladies fine Dongola button shoes Mens heavy crecdmores Mens heavy kip brogans Men good wear's fine shoes Mens and ladies fine bhces from Heavy double front overalls Good jeans pants The celebrated Mayfield pants Best corduroy pants Heavy duck coata Mens good worsted suits r All wool Cheviott suits 7h'c 69, 79 and 89c $1.00 1.00 $1.00 1.00 Se ft.25 $1.50 to $4.00 5c 5C $1 50, ... ... 00 nud$2 50 $2 00 t.oo, $1.25 and $1.50 $j 00 U v,- - $500 $5 00 $7 S Nice clay worsted T.ie very finest Irom to $15.00 Highest market price paid for produce. Givo us a call. e Jones &Morehead, Kidtgro, Pleasant ZECy. v.v ffi!?MEra Ken-luck- y. LAST-N- OT 20TH CENTURY sed LEAST! JPJkJOEL EXPOSITION. Eclipsing Former Events, T7KCE3 Jk.TSnSTCTJl.Xj, Ham Miller, ed seed wheat for bushels. glutei fail? AT It mfoM nh-el- y Pop-ocrat- 's sale Clean Higli Mcderanean. Bribe 3t Oet 1,114) and If M xi j GREENVILLE. K7., h-- Are You Thin? be-co- The acme of perpectiou, acres of breeztf- swept shady grove. Liberal Premiums m Every Department. TRAP SHOOTING SPEED RINGS On Friday and Saturday. Magnificent pure iood exhibition, Grand display of flowers and vegetables. Special attractions the like of which you never saw before. f: 11 er Live stock department will bo unexcelled; Tho poultry show will bo a complete exhibition of itself. Exhibits of women's work, Magnificent painting, Scholars' work, etc.otc. Races avid band concert every day. Spotfts, games oj all kinds. Ample accommodations for all. Grounds supplied with plenty of water. BALLOON ASCENSION ieii!:!:-!:- . BACH DAY n promium list and othor information address tho Soo'y w.jlj,. secy. .1. .V fl 3sa"i-r IV """ &Si&siimdfc eM.I J.ifffc,jj n f r. nvit n. .p.. i.r..rw BEYOUD A DOUBT! The biggest and best selected line of jt v Well Satisfied with Ayer's Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty years ago, after some weeks of Hlckncs, my hair turned pray. 1 began using Ayer's Hair Vigor, nnil was eo well satis lied with tho results that 1 liavo never tried any other kind of dress ing, ltrcqulrcsonly an occasional aupll. I cat Ion of , Good calico 40 nt Fair Bros. & Co's. New trunks, valises and telescopes at Fair Bros & Co'n Mr. and Mrs. O 11 Williams spent Wednesday In Roslne. & Co. ttiyUttt Honors Awarded World DR, Fair. -- OTT- '' Ladles black hose 5c at Fair Bros. Ank to see them. k FALL CREAMt fr- r- Dry Goods, Notions, Dress goods, Ladies nd gents furnishings, Clothing &c., to be found in Ohio enmity aro now arriving at for Gool domestic 5c sells everywhere Gc see Fair Bros. & Co. "Fair Bros. & Go's These goods were bought strictly for CASH and at prices that insure us keeping ahead of competition. Farmers having large families to supply aro urged to come and got our prices. No hard times when you can buy 10yds of good calico for 45c; 20 yds heavy domestic for 81; 20 yds good shirting lor $1; 20 yds good bleached for $1; 19c for table linen; 20c table oil cloth; 10c for cotton jeans; 5c yd for toweling; 5c yd for nice ginghams; $1 for men fine shoes; $1 for ladies kid button shoes; (J5c for children fine shoes; 25c for infant shoes; $1 for men heavy work shoes; 75c for a pair good blankets; 25c for heavy work shirt and so on. 4it - irem AYER'S Nobody has them except Fair Bros, & Co. Boys heavy knee pants 25c per pair. Biggest stock of clothing at Fair Bros. & Co. Prices running from ti 50 to f,io suits. BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. rars Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fr n from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. A ixwc&'WEr XMT WE H AYE A FULL AND OJF i - These prices are only a few of the bargains wo have for you. We will greatly appreciate a visit from you. t f WE BUY AND SELL For cash, therefore can afford to give you more for one dollar than those who buy and sell on a credit artford Sample 0f jTashion. in I'rmiiii- - Hlio 1'nii't Vol. Mr. Jas. P. Thomas has accepted a Any votei having moved into this position as stenographer at Republiccouaty from another Slate since last an headquttUrs, Louisville. Norember election day is not entitled Mi s.i Maggie Gunther left yesterto a vote Nov. 3rd 1896. Any voter that has moved into this day lor Earllngtonto visit her cousin, county from another county In this Rufh, for two weeks. . Mrs. State since the second day of May B'u silk velvets all the new Fnpwtd b Or. J.O. Aj.r h Co., Low.lt, Kim. shade, others want 75c and $1 Fair 1896, is not entitled to a vote Nov. 3rd 189$. Bros. & Co' a price is 50c per yard. Any voter residing In this county Tiki Ajtrs SarssftrllU Itr Ik CoMiluJei. Mr. T. J. Morton leaves for win has changed his residence from Grccncaitle, Ind., where he will at-- , one election precinct to another since Head Carson it Co's "ad." tend DcPaw U ilverslty for the next Thursday Sept 3rd 1896, or who does A large number of the enthusiastic ten months. so move before election day, Nov. 3rd Bryan men of Hartford went to 1896 will not be entitled to a vote on The engineer in charge of the work said election day. Louisville Monday to the Bryan speakon Rough r ver has had a large force ing. Election officers and all honest of hands at work cleaning out the voters should see that only legal We have a lovely silk velvet at 75 river. They have been at work this cents all the colors' black, blue, week on the ripple at the Hartford votes are polled. cardinal brown and green at Carson wharf. & Co's. At the picnic at Rockport The Republican Clubs of Ohio the Hon. R. T. Tyler will adFor Infants and Children. county arc requested to furnish the dress the people in the Interest of proceedings of their meetings to Tun Sound Money and Hon. J. S. R. fit-Hall. bra, RF.rtroucAN. Wedding will speak in the interest of dpmti TOT K wntw McKinley nnd honest government. The Hartford House invites you to come and get your dinner when in Mr. P. R. Miller, of Loralne, Ohio, Lew U Will win Inn Walk town. You will get the very best the and Mr. II. P. Selp, of Kinball, Ohio, Hon. Jno. W. Lewis, of Springfield, affords. market were in town yesterday, having made Republican candidate for Congress In Thos. H. Black's grocery store is the trip from their homes on their the Fourth district, was at the Louis-- , chock full ofthe very best and fresh, bicycles. Mr. Selp is a cousin of Mr. ville Hotel last night. Mr. Lewis Is estgoods. Give him a call when In Ben Rial of this place, and came as a enthusiastic over his prospects for resurprise to his kinfolks. town next Monday. election since the split-ubetween the Popocratic candidates. The terminaThe Hartford House is well preparDr. Bender comes to us highlyreced to entertain guests during the ommended as n Painless Dentistand tion f both. Smith and Murray to week and if you want first class a thorough workman in all the malco the race insures the election of branches of his profession. He ex- Mr. Lewis. treatment go there. 'H shall win," said he. "I would tracts, crowns nnd fills teeth without Hon. C. M. Barnett represented pain nnd makes the proposition if you have baea elected had there been but Rough River Lodge No. no K. oil', one silver candidate, but now that at the meeting of the Grand LoJge at arc not satisfied he will make no there are two, of course, I have an charge. At Hartford House Monday, Covington this week. easy thing. McKinley will carry Sept. 28 remaining one week. Courier-Journa- l. Kentucky." Field & Holbrook sell their new Conrt 'ales. m Buggies at such astonishingly loiv Elvis Carson lor discharging fire In the number of Harper's Bazar prices that everybody owning a horse arms in the town limits, fined $2 50, issued on October 3d there will be can afford to possess one. J. A. Baird and Lowry Mills using given of Hair Vlfjor to keep my hair of good to remove .color, TdandrufT, to heal Itching humors, nnd prevent tho o hair from falling out. I novcr to recommend Ayer's medicines to my friends." Mrs. II. M. Haioiit, licsl-tat- fwum Sulphur Springs, preached two interesting sermons at the Baptist Church Sunday. Rev. Acton, of 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Avoca, Ncbr. Toreign and n AYER'S Hair Vigor Js. American DRESS GOODS Wash Fabrics. Everything that you might call for in DRESS TRIMMINGS. A beautiful line of Velvets that can't be surpassed. -- r y A complete assortment of CASTORIA ALSO A BIG STOCK OF- - j.93 Wr p PRINTS AND PERCALSH In fact everything kept in a first-cla- ss general store. THE BIGGEST AND BEST of CLOTHING In the County. ive us call and be convinced. Bros. -T- 8& Oo. Barnett will speak at Centertown Saturday night at the McKinley and Hobart Club. Everybody invited to be on hand. We have a complcts line of fall and winter goods, everything necessinlly general store. kept in a Cakson & Co. Hon.C. M. first-class HAT WE CAN SELL YOU MORE HARDWARE FOR $1.00 THAN ANY OTHRR HOUSE IN THE CITY Ranges lead all fur beauty. Durability; good Cookers, Best Dak era, use little fuel Jewell Cook Stoves lead Henling Stoves of all nil other. Trices to suit the TIMES Kinds. Baling and Fencing Wire; Iron nnd Steel Roofing; also act our New Rock Asphalt Roofing; needs no painting for TEN years. Examine it or write to us for particulars. Agents for "ORANGE" powder and arnunition. Robt Chluu, son of Mr Jno.Chinn, died at his home near Liberty last Tuesday and was buried We Inesday lie had only been sick for a few days Marriage license: B. F. Miy to Ursula Wilson, Willie B. Wxxl to to Lottie Susan White, Chas Grc-eHardin, W. S. Ford to RhodaMat- - "Frances the first chapter abusive nnd insulting language con Waldeaux," a brilliant serial stoiy fessed a fine of $5.00 each In two from the pen of Rebecca Harding cases. Darvis. The story Isorlginalin treatJo Kahn charged with stealing ment, and has for its motif the absheep, case continued until next sorbing love of a mother for an only Thursday. son. It will occupy eight consecutive numbers of the Bazar, and will be finely illustrated. Til fu"Autumn Fashions for Men" will ll mill fipHUt. S be fully treated in the next issue of u the Bazar. CARSON (5faarUa7grg(Sfagfij fJo More Tear of the Rental CO. OASTOXIIA. &&fffl&i4 PAINLESS DENTISTRY No Ga8"5 rHo Cocaine fiair. TEETH EXTRACTED FBEE OF CHARGE AND WITHOUT PAIN BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8:30 AND 9:30 O'CLOCK A. M. Michigan Steel OPEN LETTER thews. HillSteitler, New fall dress goods No. 1 1 1 Main 0 h Mil) j r at Carson & ),..9B on St, S.--e Lsvris' list of appointments. Co's. Save your laundry for Lyman Wilt iatns. 3 tf Have Dr. Bender extract those bad teeth and roots without pain He guarantees no sickness or bid after cflects. Head, his "adv." on this pajje. Dr. E P. Bender, the Pnln!es Dentist, offers modern Dentistry at city prices. Give him u call; at the Hart ford House Mouday, Srpt. 28, remaining one week. To The People! A dozen years of Business Experience we trust, has made a favorable and lasting impressiong upon the minds of the people, in regard to our business methods and Reail Dr. Bender's large this page. "adv." Don't fail to see our new ueckwear. Carson & See Field & Ilolbiook'a gies. Co. scription. We have trimmings of every deCarson & Co. preach 8 new bug- Come in and see our big new stock. Carlon & Co Buy your machine needles, oil, &c, of Gross Williams. Remember Bullington, the barber, during Fair week, Bullington is prepared to give you a good shave or shampoo, Remember Bullington when you want a good shave or hair cut. I J5 'V Field & Holbrook are selling Bug gles, harness, Moore's lapdusters and whips. Our capes and cloaks will be In, in ten days, ask to see them, Carson & Co. Field & Holbrook handle the tqost serviceable Buggies ever sold In Ohio county. Call and examine them. Remember we take in old Sewing Machines as part pay on our New LIU'- - Singers. Gross Wiluaus Agent. Few pleasures exceed that of buggy riding, Buy one of Field & elegant Buggies and enjoy life. We have just received a lot of new lace curtains and dress trimming, kid gloves &c. Ask to see them. Carson & Co. 's Field & Holbrook buy their buggies by the car load direct from the manufactory paying cash. Hence the low prices. All of our new goods will be open Come by 'ilonday, September 14 and'see our stock. Carson & Co. Thos. II. Black has received a fine, new line of rglassware and queens-war- e, Prices are right and goods are the btt. Why be hoodwinked Into buying a Cheap John Sewing Midline, when you can buy the best on earth (Singer) by paying $5.00 down and 3.00 every month till paid. Remember there Is only one ageut In Ohio county Rttd that Is Gross Williams, Hart lord, Ky. The Republicans of the Sulphur Springs voting precinct are alive and Rev. R. F. Romans, Horton, gave ntwork. Lst Saturday night a large us a pleasant call yesterday. McKinley and Hobart Club was orMrs. Jo B Vickers Is visiting her ganized at which time the Hon. C M. Barnett addressed the crowd. pireuts In Owensboro this week. Born, to the wife of Alex Wester-field- , Tim RurunucAN extends the of Hartford, last Friday, a girl. hand of Journalistic courtesy to All wool serge, 50 inches wide-b- lue Editor Ringo, Jr. of the Park City and black 50 cents at Carson & Times, who made his nppearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. D, Co's. Ringo, of Bowling Green, last There are two new houses being erected In Hartford at the present The Republicans of Olaton prewriting. cinct organized a McKinley and Ho Attorney Jo. B. Vickers has been hart Club at that place last week, in the upper end of the county this with a membership of 68, They are week on business. In good working order and are deter-- , Ask to see the wiaps for Infants, mined that Bryanlsm and repudiation shall not rule. age 2 months to 2 years. Carson & Co. The Republicans and all good cltiz Mr. and Mrs, E. P Neal snent a who believe in honest money nnd few days this week at their old home honest government of the Beda voting precinct are requested to meet at at Prentis. the Beda schoolhouse to morrow Silk velvet black, blue, green, night to organize a McKinley wnd brown and cardinal 75 cents per Hobart Club. Good speakers will be yard. Carson & Co. on hand to address the crowd, Misses Ora Barnett nnd Carrie Mr. W. B. Dellaveu has located In Snell, No Creek, gave us a pleasant Hartford and Is prepared to do all call Wednesday. kinds of stone mason work. He Is workman and guarantees Rev. J. T. Casebler, Rockport, was a the guest of his brother, Mr. J, M. satisfaction. His work on the Court House fence has been highly com,' Casebler, Monday. metidable of his skill In the art of Several of the young people of cutting stone. He will highly aptown went out on an excursion trip preciate your patronage. 83 t to the old locks yesterday. The following named persons have Born to the wto of Win Ward, on paid their subscription to This the nth Inst a 10 pound girl. Dr, since cur last issue: K. Jo Miller attending physician. C Byers, Olaton; II. II Jarvls, Sac New clothing, new hats, new dress rameiito; Hosea Showu, Beda; Worth goods, new everything, that you Tichenor, Lavenla Tnlly, Hartford; G W. Reddish, Spring Lick; F. W. might, want at Carson & Co's, Acton, Roslne; Amzlah Carter, Mr. and Mrs, ). W, Tabor and little son, Fordsvilte, are the RuesU of Mr, Mr. N. C. Daniel, the efficient Asand Mrs. D, M, Hockerthis week. sessor of Ohio county, has sworn In When you come to the Fair go lm the following Deputy Assessors for mediately to the Hattford House and this year; G, D, Royal, .Thos, John you will be taken care of while here. son, Robt. A. Miller, W P. Render, Wood Tlnsley, R. P, Toll, B P Petty, A twelve year old daughter of Mr, W. R Jones, D A Pierce, W. P. Riley Hoskins died at her home at Stnderfur, P W, Gllstrap, who have Prentis last Saturday of typhoid fe begun taking nn assessment of the county. ver. Wed-nesda- y. first-class Rev. Jo. B. Rogers will Cromwell Friday night. at We arc not "adventurers" wc are one of the people, engaged as we feel, in a business as necessary to the general interest as any, and we are here to stay if we can make a living. In the past we have built up a trade with people all owe this Green River Country, by open, straight-forwar- d methods. We have never failed to meet competition of any and all kinds of a legitimate character and we propose in the future to let no man or wo man lose money by trading with us. All wo ask is character. ; DR. E. P. BENDER, The Famous Surgeon Of National Reputation, formerly President of the Cos lurabus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will boat the Hartford House, Monday, September 28th, remaining until Saturday, tober 3, inclimvo. at extension ofthe confidence Hartiord, DHLy-- , Oc- hitherto reposed in us, and a visit to our store. Come and see for yourself. On Saturday 19tM, mst, we will have open our new Lines of Dress goods, Linings, Notions, etc., just selected by our lady salesman in the markets of two Cities. These aro and up to city style. Wo invite an early call. Wo have not time now to mention our General Line which is full up with all former years, and ahead in some respects. up-to-date DR. BENDER kas bea connected with some of the largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in this country, aud has no superior in hU profession. He is prepared to extract, crown and fill teeth without pain, and without the use of gas, cocaine, odontunder, chloroform, ether, electricity, or any agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender, and used only by himself, who is the easiest, quickest and best painless extractor in the United Stntes today so acknowledged by the dental profession at large. When he causes pain in operation sleep-produc- ing I makes no charges. TEETH $5. BESTTEETIU8. Fillings with all kinds of Matorlals and without pain at roasonablo cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To be cured of these aches and pains ouo roust commence at tho origin, which are the teeth and gums, which is only cured by tho skillful treatment of a dentist. Those who are of a nervous nnd delicate condition can come and have teeth extracted aud filled and feel as calm as if they had no work performed. DR. BENDER guarantees all work 'and doet as he advertises. Come early and avoid tho rush, as his rooms aro Office hours 0 a. m. to 5 p. m. each day. always crowded. Free hours, 8:30 to 0:30 o'clock each day. Consultation free. 3E3- - not advertised something we know nothing about. That is, we have mado no comparison with other merchant's stock and price, because wo don't know of their business, but wo guarantee all wo have said relative to our own. Torms, Cash and good country produce. "Come to see us. NOTICE.-.-Wohav- o TAKE 1 HOCKER & GO. X3Ft. 3E. 103I33NraDESDFt, Louisville, Kentucky. ( t. .wJrj Hartford Republican Friday, Supthmiikk 18, ' 1896. PHELPS. itfu.om il .1. l4. I'latlnriu. to Phelps, Hon. lilnni Knjrlaml, lins written Ilio following letter, lu which lie urpes nil tine democrats to Join In defeating the cnr.tlldntos who stntiil on the untlciiiocrntlc udoptctl nt Clilcngo! I iTjjurd the pending presidential election ns presenting this most dangerous crlslB thnt this country hns ecr encountered. It does not, In my Judgment, Involve nny political controversy "or any question of the supremacy of party, for such considerations are lost sight of In Uie far greater gravity of the situation. The real Issue Is ono upon which all patriotic men and nil who are Interested In the prosperity and welfare of the country should find thcinsehes upon one side and opposed ton common enemy. The nttnek that wo hne to resist Is not upon the policy but upon tho life of the nation, for they would take Its llfo who destroy the merino by which It lives the business of many thousands nnd the Industry of millions. On these we are nll,..whcthcr rich or poor, high or low, alike dependent. Those, who nre Independently rich are very few In proportion to the 70,000,000 of American people, tho vast majority of whom gain their living by some form or other of useful employment. Thnt there should be prosperity In some of these employments nnd not In others, or among one class of people nnd not umong others, Is Impossible, for they nil rest upon n common foundation and nre affected by the same considerations. "Business" Is a generic term nnd comprehends all lawful Industries. When It Is stimulated, all profit; when It Is depressed, nil suffer. No part of the body ennesenpe tho effect of a general paralysis or fall to get the benefit of general good health. When business flourishes, the laborer Is In demand; when It declines, he stands Idle In the m'urket place. Business of whatever uort In a country like ours,' rich In resources, full of energy nnd vitality, with nil hnrvests everywhere ready for the sickle, rests chiefly upon two factors public confidence and n sound nnd stublo currency. When either Is nnd much more when bo'th nre Impaired or even gravely threatened, business suffers, general depression comes, labor decline-'- , nnd the ,wolf approaches many a door. Without confidence there can be no credit, no Capital Is hoarded, sent enterprise. abroad or lies Idle, nnd nil Industries diminish or cense, and the surest way the world has ever seen to distroy Is to debase the currency nnd to roalio It uncertain from day today how much a dollar Is worth and how much It is going to count for In the nenr future to take nwny, as Is now proposed, Its value to begin with nnd to tet the other half to fluctuating to an Indefinite extent, with the rising nnd the setting of tho sun and the npprooch of etery storm. There Is, therefore. In my Judgment, no man more criminal or who Is a worse public enemy thau he who engages in cr countenances that Infamous nnd attempt, because the less a man hns, or the less he enrns, the moro necessary It is to him tjmt the value of that little should be maintained and made Bure, and that the few dollars In his pocket should be as good dollars as thero are., As well might the steerage passengers In a vessel In mldocenn, weary of their privations, be Incited by some mischief maker to scuttle tho ship In order to drown the Inmntea of tho more luxurious cabin, unconscious thnt they themselves must be equally tho victims of tho common calamity. Tho party Is already hopelessly disrupted on the issue presented. Wo cannot follow both Its divisions nt the same time, howcer desirable It might be, alnco they nre moving In opposite directions. On the ono side are the oldtlmo honored principle of tho party, under which all Its great traditions hne been generated, nnd which all its illustrious leadere have advocated. Chief nnd foremost among these principles nlways In times past has been tho mnlntenance of sound nnd honest money, of dollars that are dollnrs, of a national stamp upon them that docs not le. On tho same side, are Its most trusted present statesmen and leaders, and n very largo proportion at tho last of Its better and most Instructed element. Which way shall w go, then, since wo cannot go both ways? With Its statesmen or with Its camp followers? With Its principles or with Its organization Ktampcdcd and graded by Its enemies? In which direction lies the future of tho purty If It Is to have any future? And who are they who will control It hereafter, "when this tyranny shall be overpast?" Let no man Ihj afraid to bo right on this question, for It Is tho right that will triumph In tho end, whether It reforms the party or destroys It, tlitrnRD pint-form one-ha- lf , 1 gtatr. lit for OppoiliiB lb my goods nt goldi prices you ennnot make mo glie as many jimls of cloth for n slhcr dollar ns t hmc been In the habit of giving for n gold one. If I hnve n gold dollar In this hand nnd a slhcr one In that, nnd you declaro they are equal, and I can take that gold dollar to a bullion broker and get two dollars for It, I know It U a lie. If I have nothing but n gold dollar, and sugar Is SO pounds for one dollar, I will not glie that gold dollar for 20 paunds of Btignr. I will tnkc It around to u broker nnd get two silver dollars for It nnd get the 20 pcjiindsof sitgnr nnd have one silver dollar left.. So It, Is, my friends. Wo can of ourselves, of our own wisdom, declare the unit of value. We can coin sliver freely, but wo cannot mnkc sixteen ounces of Bllrcr equal to ono ounce of gold unless It Is. Audit is not unless the merchants take It nt that rate. That is where alt this thing comes In. Itlstrnde.ltls tho merchant, It Is tho man who exchanges and deal In these things thnt fixes the relatire value, and If you do not take the value he flies the gold dollar will go back to tho gold vault and the gold will go out Ilnrrlson, of circulation. In IIU Now York Speech. The Free t'nliiitKO Problem, Gonoral Directory. A penny inAgnzlne.containiiig pop-u'a- r discussions on the money quesSTATK OI'I'tCIAU! tion from n Sound Currency standGovernor William O. 11 aillcy. point, puts information on this quesLieut. Governor V. .1. Wortlr-tion within the teach ol nil. iiigtnu, The firt twonunibers of the "PresrJccrotnryofStnto Clmrloi l"inlry. ent Problems" series nte "The Free Attnrnoy General W, 8. Tiijiiir. Auditor -- Samuel II. Rlnno. Coinage Preblem," by Lewis N. Treasurer Geo. W, Iiong. Dttubitz, ol Louisville, Ky , nnd "A Coiiiini-siouc- r ol Agriculture, HorHorrible Crime" by Alex P. Hull, ol ticulture Statistics Lucas nnd Atlanta, Ga. The Ittter contains Moore. several clever satires on the money Simrintcnilcnt Public lustniction-Ge- o. question. The former contains, in M. Davison. Register Land Oflico Clins. O. 48 small packages, ns cleai, conciic and complete a presentation of the Iloynohl. Iiisitrnnco Bureau Commissioner-- D, iree coinage platform as can be 1ml W, Cumiugnro. nt any price. The history 01 our Adjutant General I). U Collier. coinage add since 1834 is accurate, Stale Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown and as lull as Is necessary to a generDay. al understanding of the present quesltAlMlOAll COVIMIStStuNKItS. tion. The reasoning ns to how farmJnn 0. Wood, chairman; J. P. ers, laborers and silver mine owners Dempiey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary will be by the proposed legisSamuel P. Drown. lation is sound and thorong. It is just such n popular discussion as Senators Hon. William C. Lindshould be in the hands ol all intelli- say, Hon, J. C. S. Blackburn. "The Free Coinage rroblem." Ueprctentntivo Fourth District gent voters More next November. "The Free Coinage Problem" Is the Hon. John Y. Lewis. title of a penny mngnzlno or pamphlet, It is published at tc par copy or 10c. BTATE LElliSLATUIIK. by Lewis 2C. Lembltz, of Louisville, per year, by the Present Problems Ky. It contains ono of the fairest and Publishing Co , No 57 Park Tlace, Senator Hon. A. D. .Tnrues. best discussions of the money question New York City. Ilcnroscntatlvo Ohio County Hon. to be had at any price. It contains In C. M. Harnett. very brief spaco and In simple languago Ilewiire ol Iliuliiiriil lor t'jtiurrh Unit as much of the early history of money, O'ir.0 COUNTY. Conlnlii Jlrrfilry especially In thla country, os is neces- as mercury will surely destroy the CtllCUl T COltltT. sary to understand the present situaHon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owcns sense ol smell andcompletelyderangc tion. It discusses In a logical, unbiased the whole system when entering it boro. and impartial manner the probable ef- throush the mucous surfaces. Such Hon. J. Edttiu Rowo, Attorney fects of tho proposed free coinage legis- nrticles should never be used except Owetuboro. lation upon all classes, and especially on prescriptions Irotu reputable phyT. H. Dlack, Jailer -- Hartford. s. upon farmers and It pre- sicians, as the damage they will do is O. D. Likens, Clerk Hartford. sents a vivid picture of the present hard, ten fold to the good you can possibly D. D. Dingo, Master Commissioner lot of many farmers and shows what derive from them Hall's Catarrh Hartford. kind of money will bo for their best In- Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney terests. G. D Likens, TrustcoJury Fund & Co , Toledo, O , contains no merThis little magazine contains cury, and is taken internally, acting Hartford. more of monetary history and facts, directly upon the blood ana mucous Cal. Keown, Sheriff" Hartford nnd more of sound argument, than surfaces ot the system. In buying Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford many books which cost 100 times Its Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get .Too Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. D. price. It makes It possible for nny In- the genuine, tit is taken internally, Bishop, Centertown ; S. T. Stevens, telligent laborer or farmer who can and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.J. Cromwell. spare one cent to become well Informed Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Court convenes first Monday in on the money question before he casts Sold by Druggists, price 75c. per March and August and continues three his vote. Ten or fifteen copies can bo bottle weeks, and third Monday iu May and ordered at once for ten or fifteen per'Hall's Family Pills are the best. November two weeks. sons. Otherwise It will cost two cents! to send one cent. Address Present ProbCOUNTY COURT. lems Publishing company, 87 Tark John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. place, New York city. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. bill "if 1 'little bought HintmilNtlUmiWen n jj ..!.. iiiht;;t. imimm .TniTTFTiiiiiTii-giiMiii SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE .uifr.ilhinjI'lLMi.l IV tip itui .....ill .uTiTTi AYcectoblcrrcparafionrorAs-slmltatlnuia-tin- g SIGNATURE OF ltlpans Tabulos. Hlpans TabulcB euro nausea. ltlpans Tabulos! at druggist. ltlpans Tnliulcs euro tllzclncss. Itlp.ins Tabules euro hcadaclio. Itlpiiis Tabulos euro llatulcnce. ltlpans Tabules euro tlyspcpski. Itlpuns Tnliulrs assist illRCntlon, ltlpaim TnlitllfS euro bad brentli. lllpans Tnbtilcs euro bllloumicoa. IlllMiis Titbnlcni ono given rcllnf. ltlpans Tabules euro Indigestion, ltlpans Tabules euro torpid liver, ltlpans Tabules; gentle cathartic, lllpnnn Tubules euro constipation, ltlpans Tabules for sour stounicli, Klpniis Tabulos pleiiKant laxative, ltlpans Tabules cure ll cr troubles. g ihcroodnndHctf the Stomachs nrelUowcls of Atj Promotes T)igcsllon.CIxtrul-ncssnruincst.Contnl- ns NotNakcotic. JUvJ&SmJ-MxJtnnf neither OpiutrT.Morphlnc nor Mineral. ivtf&Z. IS ON THE jatvmcoijaswairnnxa COKUKFS-IONAI- i. WRAPPER OF EVERT Jwnt Iftc obtained a&4 all Pat- Careeti, aod Tnde-Mark- a .v, DIUU1NRII SOUflOrriCKUOPFOtlTCU. fATKNTOffiai in wsranicrura ntiicniia 1 uia uut laoM rrraote from WMhinfton. Kctut tnoJil. drKinr fir tihAhv. terilli datti.0 ttnn. W tulrite, ( paUvtubU cr not, lrt oil S charffc. Our le twt duo till patrol U U A PAHPHLtT. " r?w to Oltkla rttMU" muftttiaMf ttmt ol fwra in lh U. S. and .,v.n..l..v Illil AJJ re , txuri farla ii ' BOTTLE OF Aperfcctncmcdy forConsllpa-tioSour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Coronbtorajxvcrislv-ucsn, C.A.SNOW&CO. Orr. Patkht Orriec. WtHiNTH. i ini n i D. C. tB t s mtdLoss of Sleep. CASTORIA e CtittiU II Mt ip la Mtki oalr. It li sot toM la bull. Iioa'l allow; anjem to fell jm tBTtUhg tin oa too plea or prontie till it li "Jut ei good" and "will tuvir iuj & joa gtt ont-iti." GROVES TaeSitrolo Signnturt of new vonic. tXACT C0PVOP WRAPPER. wage-corner- tit TllfM- - " - ltMf VTIlltt. bu r. RALLY ROUND THE FLAG -- 7-- FOR- is not merely the women who like to buy things cheaply. No one cares to pay anything more for nn article than lie.cun help. Men who work for wages or on salaries naturally desire that their income shall go as far as possible in the satisfaction of their wants. Farmers, too, In behalf of whom the plea for, hlffli prices Is most frequently made,' ore not overfond of paying big prices for the things they buy. And they are buyers as well as sellers. The wholo tendency of civilization Is toward lower prices nnd higher wages. Htrriox. Talk about making an "unlimited I wurr every man and woman la Us United demand for silver" by free coinage at Staler. Interested in the Oplnnj ssd Whlti? sixteen to one Is folly. The amount of hablte to hare one of my book! on tkcte (it.. M. Uooll.y. Atlanta, siller money which can bo forced into Box Ml, Addreu II. tx eeat yon free. sod one will circulation Is strictly limited by tho Louisville Dental Co., needs of business. Free silver or no free silver, the people will not use moro of the heavy and bulky silver dollars than , they do now. It An Immutable liw etf Demand. not paid, please send in the money at once. One subscription is not much, but 1,600 If your Notice! subscript-icn- is E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. SOUND MONEY. Court convenes each month. tJUAItrERLY first Monday in CHILL TDNIC 18 TASTELESS COUUT. Begins on the third Monday in January, April, July and October. COUItrOK CLAIMS. Kaiioned donor, Home Prosperity. tk aAl amount to a great deal. subscriptions Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after tho fourth Monday in October. OTHElt COUNTY OFFICERS. aieuirine lo., ti.ntl.meni we -- M tut iw, no botOee c4 OIUIVKT TASTKLRKS CI III J. TOXIC nj kite aruM elresdr Uiu T'U. Jnalloerea. couaht Wine 14 jeArf , In the drei tuiliM. fear pe. l.nre vt n .nine thai n.t.r kiM juur Tuola. i.te m.h uatienal aatav lonniralf, tactlua ae WARRANTED. PRICE CO oit.iTta, Hi., Not. !. tat. pi. urau. jin JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. ct. AOcb aaiar.Caaa &. Kor sale by Williams Dell. G. S. Fitzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hartford. TO m T - In ft NatiheU. Let us all be thankful that the financial question has at last been finally settled. It is so easy that anybody might hav done it. All that Is needed is that the government of the United States shall agree to pay $1.29 to anyone who will bring it CO cents worth of silver. If this is done our financial troubles w 111 Immediately disappear. Prices will advance. Wages Mill go up. Everybody 4 W.M.St. will have plenty of money. We shall have at onco tho only perfect financial monetary system known In history. The age of miracles Is not past Gold Crowns $5 to $7 N. Y. World. Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Illil You i:ver Best set oi teeth (no better made Try Electric Bitters as 0 remedy lor no matter how much you pay) . $8 $: up your troubles? II not, get-- a bottle Gold fillings 75c now and get relief. This medicine Silver filling Extracting, per tooth has been found to be peculiarly Painless extracting with Vitalized 25c adapted to the relief and cures of all Air 50c Extracting iree when Artificial Female Complaints, exerting a wonTeeth are ordered. Office permanentin giving derful direct influence strength and tone to the organs. If ly located 1 1 THELKADIN'G NATIONAL HKI'UBLICAN FAMILY MCWSPAI'KU, Will niitke n Vilnius mill rt'lcntlcra fipht thrnuph tho lVcsiilcntial UK. oil I UUK.orMiiwi.u louetrC springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse campufynr fur piiuuiplos which will bring prosperity to tho entire Keeper, Hartford. country. Its canipniun news nml iliscutf ions will interest ami ehoiiM be JUSTICES' COUUTS. read uy every Aincncnn cilir.-n- . Fokdsvulk. J. A. Dowling We fuiuisti THE KEI'UHLICAJ ami NEW YOItK WEEKLY Barrett's Ferry, March 21, Juno 20, TRIBUNE, both papers September 19, December 1.0 REGULATE THC DuFOntt. Ben F. Graves March STOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS 20, June 25, September 24, DecemAND PURIFY THE BLOOB. 1-2ber 24. HIPAXa TAnCLXa are la. kMt Meet. 5 Hartford. A S, Aull March 5, ! Ite.we r.r le41cUe, ni!l.e..M, Adtlress all orders to the Juno 4, September 3, December 3. l.e.alT.e.ll..ll.e.l,jtfeM,cael 4 U,MTrMlM.UU.UMslleeCeal.il.aa I Woodward Rosine. C. L. DlM.l.rr, Or..TC llre.tk, e4 ell - T ere.re er lae at.eie4a, Llt.r e4 n.e.U. ( March 13, June 12, September 11, TabelM roeUle eMalnc tnj.rioet le e Ih. momt dlul eotuutvuoa. arweuille f December 11. DE3CstX-tl02r-a., UkfceUeaMeal,u4aiT.limaMdbiuruW. Trie W riU p Ihx. Hit k ort4 f J Cromwfm. Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch Write your name und address on a postal card, send It to Geo. W. Res Uiranib afreet dranlM. or t oaU. Samite ! 7, Juno 7, September 5, De!l.l3eBU Adir I Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy otTHK THC RIPANS CHEMICAL COM t cember 5. NEW YORK WIJKKLY TRII1UNU will be mailed to you. u intrci BTBtiT, niw tobc crrr. f f lil 1, ..... ' nif, WWM t 11 rm itsa t$n KtJ Hi n N n fwi wjNlnii L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur W tlraunral br rm Wtf ffW rear. eiperlHww. Urtnr rty"lrtin C o.iamu.vnnlMnrnabUnme. J4 !ml -twvtre ffrrwt MUi ana tw.ulinfe cvDrltt.u. rnr-ictan.anitiCltir taaiii)iWMiL Tbouuivia twjed. PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL einSdentlallr. Ff panicoUrt aiUreM, nn Mere FATFLK8R$0J l.au RI.PANS T ABULES ONE YEAR inn. J&.cShTvsjxijs HALlTFOlil) UEFUBLTCAN, K.y. lUr-u- u OWENSBORO.KY. nihf- IBUl tlpitue u OASTORXA. Zeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeee n 2&ztfSEu$ rr OPiio -- Neglected couwhs and colds are dattderous. A tummer cold permitted to run into winter frequently means pneumonia. A winter couch and coio neglected leads to consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure a winter cold or summer cold orn cough of any kind every time. It is harmless. All good druggists sell it. For sale by Z. Wayne Gtiffin & Bro. (Joanty pair WITH RACES. ! - THE QUICKEST LINE trwiiN you have Loss of Appetite, Constipa tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleeplesi, Excitable, Melancholy or trouble with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is themedicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by it u.e. Fifty cents and $1.00 at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. (.'old mill Nllver. Thestandard of values in different nations is as follows; Silver Standard. Gold Standard. United Kingdom. Mexico, Russia, France, Central American Germauy, States, Belgium, S1.00 FOE fUTJfl FHOTOBRAPH. ' a letter covering tlit'o tlirco ,'i!iiH: how lonjou l.avo V.ioiwt, or uscl, or soltl "Dr. M. A. Sim-uoI.iver Mctllcliio." fcjKOo.tii. Jstito diseases you Iiaio known ft to euro and glvo tlto names of aoiocuiv.! by It Tlliiili. Ulvo vour opinion as to tlto difference ltctwcen Its strength and tctloii.an.l tho atrnuglli ami action of tlto "Utor ltcgulator" made by J. If. Zullin .t fo., itml Hit) "BUtk Draught" litatlo by Chattanooga Mcdiclno Co ; both of 'liii-i-i liivo stiltl to dialers :tt 0 or 7 cuit per package, net, and should retail at not over 10 or 13 cents, if consumers nro not Imposed upon, wlillo our Original soM at loi than li.l tents per packager ns wo hao too much article cannot bo for liiuuun llfo to mo chiupdrtiE iu any of our medicines. Tho reason Is plain; Zcilln & Co. ami tliooM propi tutors of "Black Draught" wcto both enjoined Jftim deceiving tho public by iiilug tho words constituting our trado namo ; therefore, look out that somo dealer (not knowing you nro posted) don't soil you somo cheap pack.tgo at a profit of JiOOnr-K-tier cent., instead of ourGcnuino "Dr. M. A. Simmons MvrT Medicine," which you bo suro to specify, and tako x.o other, as there is nothing cUu li!;o it. On receipt of your letter enclosing photograph, wo will mall you freo of char'", a 1 UO package Liver Medicine, or ou receipt of latter without photograph, wo will mail you i 25 cout package, free. fc'jo thu allmciit3, cau-tt- l bv Indisposition! of tho Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, nnd "nvels, wMvhDr.M. A. .Simmons Liver Metliclno has Invariably cured sinto 1840.. Sick IIic.iiciit:. I'alpitatiom of tub Hkaiit. Dnowsisnss. Ikkitahili-.:- Writ' ri!:3T.--.?..i- to 47. ?&-, G.oQir - - - y'i- - r&f5-Xz- i .JsmVA-'- M DDISVILLE mEmPfld ?7f4u:'Z'?Z?? T'4" i. :'' v&ar,'nritorn? scmT Direct CeaDecUoivi For CI Ml KM ATI AND THE EAST. Direct CeoeUon for allPelaUIn t, v. - " "' -w Allssesslppl, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and California. Arksnsu, Mexico, FAfua ur:nEn ma irucx PAST TIME LIMITED TRAINS. PUUMiM BUFFET SLEEPERl What 10 la 1 IIu Never Done. It has never kept gold nnd ether at n parity. It has nc er once given us, under freo coinage, practical blmetnlllsm that is, the concurrent circulation of gold and silver. Tho ratio of sixteen to one was adopted In 1834. It represented tha then commercial ratio, the market values of the two matals. In tho 40 years follow Ingthsndoption of this ratio and up to Ib'ii there were coined less than 7,000,000 silver dollars, or not so many by SOO.000 ns wero coined from January 1 to July 1 in thli year. And ueer during tho wholo period did gold nnd tdher circulate freely to gether as equal money. What reason has Mr. llryan for his "firm contlcllon" that they will do so now under freo coinage, w lien the dlfreronco In the ratio Is far greater than at nny time during the period fiom 1834 to 1673? Oet 1, s & 3, 1 86)6, Write for information to the nee reel cent ei A the Cheaepeake, Ohle A Seutkweatera R. k. ; J0HS ECHOLS, I.e. HATCH, CcniManfr, Cmi'I I'.m. LOUItVILLE. KY. At morlcanStoam Laundr' Italy, Switzerland, Greece, Spain, Rouuiauin, South Ametican States, Japan, India, China, 1 Portugal, Servia, Austria-Hungary- Straits settlement , Netheilands, Canada, Norway, Sweden. SLEnp-C'ot.u I'iikt. Lnlakokmknt of Limit & HEAVINESS. DULLNESS. (jt.NKUAI, LASSITUUB. LOW Sl'IlilTS. LES'SKS". Had Taste ix Mouth. Constipated Bow-jij- j. I'litKH F.':li.vi. Soi'it SroMACir iKiN& KE5 Yellow Biliousness. Loss of Stuenoth & Flesh. ' 'oat 1: i) 'J'oncii c- Pains in Side & undeu Siiouldeu Blades. Foul Biieatii. 'iMMMEKIttU HI'.tOUUTlIB KVES. WEIGHT IN STOMACH AFIEIl EATINO. TORPID I.ivku. Fljmii Soir & FLAimr. Acutk & Chuonio Malakia. Bilk comino ur is Mouth. Nxkvous Headaches. Mcuoitr Clouded & Indistikct. Wind Isiuacsriox. - Denmark, Turkey, ....('heap money menus dear goods. Austria, If you want to pnf doubled prices for Egypt. w lint you buy nnd tnkc slim chances of ri'tt'i r t ion' wages, oto for the six-- i Cuba, xriH'tue. J Hayti, 'olio. Piles, nr Cuihnh Constipation Pkoducino it. Kidnet Diseases. Fuu.xr.ts or Blood in Head. Numbness of Hands, Aums & Feet. Belch-:n- up (lAS. Bloatino of Stomach afteii Food is Taken. Ihreoulak ArPEne. He autbuun. Dimness of Vision. Dizziness urox Suddenly Gettino DispoNDENcr of 1'iceonant Women. Nausea Up. SurFOUATixo Sensations. Katino, Veiitioo. Yellow Jaundice. Deficienct of !)zoi!B ou Complaints. Bad Colds. Backaches so Common to 'eiwpiuatio.v. Femalr Fr.ATUi.ENcr. foTHEiis. Lots of ArPETiTE. 1'ains Ss Aches ix Joints. o Ai-re- ii PniKCETOir, Kt., The Ohio County Fair Company lias Docs th finest work of nyk. immade extensive preparations for the laundry in Kentucky. Ths, work is all guaranteed. Goods mense crowds this fall and added some are not torn up, but are return-ed in good condition. large and attractive premiums, which are Laundry Sbippod on They have certain to attract the people. roturnod on Friday. gone to a big expense fixing the grounds Clarence Casebibr, and race track. Haktfoiid, Kt. Act. -' , ; Hon-da- y, RUNNING AND TROTTING RACES Each day and big attractions in every department. KING HOUSES will bo on liniul in iibiinilaiice. A large number Tho premium liM is nbiivo tho averugo and all nre now 011 the urounil. stick nicii elit'iilil iHlct'iiilvniilngo nt it. C01110 out nml spend n low days lecingtbo fights nml get little recreation from tho toils mid trouble of everyday life. THE FLOKAL HALL DISPLAY will bo tho bed in tho history of the Fair, Goods nro now being received for admUeiou. Get your work ready. THE l'KOSl'KOTS nro belter lor a Pair this yeur than they ba-- e Crops aro about ull in nml tho fain crs will bo ready to come over been. itnil bring their fiimi'y. Ever) body can iilliirtl tospeud tho small Bum of '25 cents to ere tho (.Meat attractions this year. DONT FORGETTIIE DATES, OCTOI1EU 1, 2 am) 3. Hicycle ltuci'8, llnrro ltiieiv, Mule Itire" nml tho Human Itaco will he on hand every tiny. NO iutdxiciitiii).' liiimid ol any kind will be fold tin tho ground, and Inlr will bo iln tii kit. ('cine tit, everybody, in o'd W. G IIAUDWH T. L. OUIFF1N, l'rcs't. .ec'y. N, 1),- - For pii'intiiiii t or other inf rmatlon npilt to Secretary, 11 J. R. PIRTLE ..,., Ssix Duv IlllLLr FEELIfOS DOWH TUB BACK. LlMUS FEEL TOO HEAVT. CllAVP COLIC & JlAittii. Bilious Fevers. Paleness. Weaknbss. Iiiixxkss-DktestationofFo- od. WHAT THEGOVERNMENTCAN (luTerniueut. 11 DO I HarrLou on the I'unuH of I will tell can do iilonc, it can x Its money unit. It cuu deflate by law what shull be the rtluthe value of an ounce of gold and nil ounce of fclher, but It cannot make thnt hibtdcclarutiongood. It is unquestionably fully within the power of thU gm eminent to bring this country to a silver basis by colulugslhcr dollars nnd UKiklng them legul tender, They cuu do that. This got eminent can siiyjou shall take one of thot.u ilollurH lu dlbcliai go of nny debt owing to jou for one dollar, notwithstanding you muy lime loaned gold dollars; but it cannot hay, and enforce ItH decree, If J oil should call out the regular urmy and nuvy und muster all our great modern ship und udd the militia, und put Wllllum J, llryun In command of them It cannot enforce the tlivrco that one ounce of gold Is the, equivalent of sixteen ounces of slhcr. Not only that, not Trance nnd ICtiglnnd nnd (ieiinuny can do Unit unless th. marked renpoiid. WhyV You may luaj'o. ine.ttild' n wilier dollar for debt. w.-- 'f jaeaat. m sm..w jou what this gou-inmen- t Bulgaria, United States, The Iree silver advocates claim that silver is the money ol civilization. Which represents the higher civiliza tion, the belter bussliiess or labor conditions the twenty four nations tiling gold or those using silver? -- Dvspepsia. of Ti'.ETitiNO Children. Spittino up Nervous Depression of TiredDiarI'Npr.nASANT Dreams. tVoiiKx of Food Afteu Eatixo. IX STOM- GNAWINO SENSATIONS UIHEA npCllll.THIBX, UVltEMOVINOTIIS CAUSE. icii. I'UFFisEtt & Daw: HiNtit Under tub Eves. That Kestless "Out of sours," Not Sick and Kot Well Feelino. so Common with Over-worke- d People. I r Bfii.us up Weak & Debilitated Mothers and Fathers & Pale and Enfleklud Children, nv Pr.RiECTLr Beoulatino tub Action of the Kidnets, food taken is naturally assimilated. Liver. Stomach & Bowels, so Sudden Flushes ofIIeat. General DEBiLiTV.r 0, P. SIMMONS MEDIOINE that all 00.Jfops., ST, LOUIS, MO. The difference between Pills nnd BY OOINO TO THE Simmons Liver Regulator, is Jit.st this: Pills don't go down very easy LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS,. with most people, and you feel them In the Are. Theater Building, on 4lh bet. Gretn & Walsid afterwards. While Simmons Liver Regulator in liquid or powder is very rt.i. 1. !.. ..i... ui..h a jm k.HrtHpil.Hl,l wnrlfdana hettar end for lee mooer lhan la gredoeu of not lee. peroperator pleasant to take, nnd the only feeling .my .ilhisr office In IIu SoatU. Ktery atuileete) U Ibie office le an expert cle to any ailrlce tboeapable and vrlllleir tu (remember uo ln wining to eltlter yuer natural of urtllicUl teetU. We make ererjr trancn of doatlttrr a ieclali7. that yr.u have alterwards is the great NOTIOC OUR PRIOES. relief thnt it givrs (rout Constipation, & Ile.l tet of tteth v rubUr. SS.0D, ffnartl e fit aad rlut breakaire ' f. and up! l'pre SIItm fllllare, ?" an wrlttm t;ujr4iitre L'l,on ultlt erery Ml. OeM Sllinire Biliousness, Sick llcaduche and Dyiilher fUtiltf flllleira, SV. Onr crown and brldire work, or leetli without plalee are ae Orut, spasia. It Is a mild laxative mid a ktlunirfiid wrtlcble an yuur natural tcelU. and at prlcea lower than tbeloweet. 2Sc.. and We can eitrict your teeth and put In new once name day, TeelH. extracted, c, SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY I IARTFORP, KUNTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kUcU Prices amcat of Dental Operations, Office ovc Wllllaau reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitaliied air or laughing sir 4- ttraclUa K minliterod for painles DENTIST tMah l, ll-- tonic. Til way. Iu attendance, at without pain. Yoitcan iiiakaappolutuienuby mull. All couaulatlou free. A lady aK fit- - jj iM tics tnr '" LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In tho Avsiuu Theater Htilldlngr, tli St., bet. Qreen nnd Walnut, Take THE REPUBLICAN, . Why sufler with Coughs, Colds sail LaOrlppc when Laxatitsj Dbomo Quiminr will cure you In one day. Does not produce the rluglnf In the head like Sulphate of Qtilnlne. Pat up In tablets convenient for takiar. Guaranteed to cure, or money refani-ed- . Price, t Cents, For sale by Williams 9c Dell, Hartford; K. V. WlllIami.Beavu- - Dam; A. S. Anil, Sulphur Springs; Urown & Chapman, Centertown; Co., Rock port. R. K. Her il I