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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF uncrcrs, Ticumi ni fever ami ctrii, ITio mercurial dlac.etd pntleni. how thev recovered haalth.c eer-taplrita and ratd appetite) they will ,tll !M- you by tattlnr HOKJ LATOR. dyiritptlti, bltloA. ABKth.r.eyfpd I.1VIR tEUU. term begiue Austin ill, 1800, at her homo for tho reception ol Special Thorough (raining. attention given to youug pupil. Ternu m uaual. Your patronago f) 6m FALL HE PARI? IN TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEWBEK 27, 1890. Tlin llnrlloril NO. 18. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Tha Cheapest, Pnrtst and Deil Family M.dlcln. la tba Wrrldl Far DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. o( Spirit., SOUK bTOMAUl, DepreMlon Heartbtira, etc. lhla unrivalled remedy I. warranted net to contain a alngle parllcli ol Mircuhy, or any mineral .utttance, but la contalilng thois Southern Koota and Herb i. which an Providence hat lacd In conntrlea where Liver DLeaits mott prevail. It will cure all Dllimi caut.d by D.range-ra.- nt l the Live r and Howell. The SYMPTOMS ol Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad Lite In the mouth) l'.iln In tha Back, Bides or Joints, often mistaken for Sour St.machi Lois of Appetlte llowel. alternately coti a and lai Ilc.anch.j Lost of Itemory, with a painful paasation n having failed to do aomethlne; which ought to have beep don.) lebltltyi Low Spirits, n thick yellow appearance of the Skin and Eyes, a dry Cough often mistaken for Consumption. Sometimes many ot these aymptomt attend Ihedlse.se, at otnera very few; but tho LIVER la generally the seat of the dls.as., and If not Regulated In time, great suffering, wretchedness and DUATII will ensue. The following highly esteemed personsattest lo the virtues of Simmon. Liver K.gutatort Ota. W. S. Holt, Pres. Oa. 8. W. R. U. Co Kev. I. H. I'elJ.r. Perry, Oa. Col. E. K. (Sparks, O. Masterson, Esq . bhcriff Illbb Co , Ua j" lion. Aleiander II. btepnens. "we have tested its virtues, personally, and know thnt for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Throbbing Headache ft la the b.st medl.lne the world ever saw, We tried forty other remedies b.fereblmmonsLlverKegulstnr.butnouerave ua more than temporary rellefi but tha Kegu-latnot only relieved, but cured us." ED. TCLSORAril AND Messekoer, Macon, Oa, PURELY VEGETABLE, ll.rnlil II. nu Olhrr Ntn I Highest of all in Leavening Power. Tor sFearly- - halp DELKER'S 3E3C-A.-V353 The following articles were taken from week before last Grayson Eagle: , j&. c:HnarT7:e"" Talk about dirty, lying sheets, the Hartford Herald takes the whole basket Its awful cleannlt. Did you ever hear ol the Hartford Herald tilling the truth, politically?1 Not Since Adam was a baby, and there was no such thing as politics. , ' PrrftStl Baking H VEHICMi THE JL.ttJ&.TD. 0 H Powder ABSOraTEEY atf&s&a . PURE 3E3C3E3IL.ID 8 0 (f) if H 0 I5 Q ti-- i Am o o CO XOO 3Fe:r Cent, tlie -- WRITE FOR CATALOGUE- Sold by authorized' dealers or direct from THE9E0.DELKER CO,, MANUFACTURES, Hnderson5Ky TVnrlifMi WASTIJT 3BVBUAL to travel (or Hattford District itrtt. Association met or wotaea ravtpoable established house in at Beaver Dim November 7 at to a Salary $780, payable $15 m. House called to by the chairman. vwdblr aad expeneee. Position Three distinct waysofelevatin?the Uateience. Bucloeed self envelope. The school discussion opened by Nettie ddrtHHd stamped Rogers. I. P. Hicksbeingnbsent the Jfcrloaal, Star Halldlnt, Chieafo. t. subject was discussed by others. Prof. Taylor sajs the teacher must AM R. It. T1MK TAMI.K BAT MR show that he is interested in the work Prof. Ray s .ys the teacher must eleVIT BOUND. Uail 7:16 a. in vate himself. I C. Hoover and R.C. AwatuiBiodation 11:43 a. m. Tarnagln say that an elevation ol the Praight :jp. m. teachers' wages would ilevate the AaktxaHodatloa 8:iS p. m. school. How to studv the child's mind was Ur OrlMaa Limited . . p. m. ably discussed by II E Brown. He D. ObeiettMei Liasltad 41,3 a. ra thinks to study the child one muit be Piof Taylor would Aaaaawodarien $: a. in. a cloie observer. Way Yressht 6'6 g. in first find out what the child likes. The paper read by l.ula Cox was r.ao p. ra. XamiuitxUMo Ms MU 7:10 P tu. excellent. ? Why are our reading circles MAausaj Urtaaics, Aft. Supt 7. II Shultz says it is WEAK MEN MADE VIIOROUS. because the teachers are not interested Ken-Mtft- y. per-itan- eat. j-i- He was'sure it would be theie, ns she had tearfully told him she would write him while he was away. "Air thar any mail for me?" he inquired of the postmaster. "What's your tiaint?" was the in- yrf BAST-BOUN- .... n:i ...... tail-utes- Wk.t Vitality, naU.4 gjlgfctlyAal..lea..X.a.a,row.r, J.eeay. VtrNerV4aiai. 1 va.lla either Ms, r1ll.B.morr, JMe- I r of the pupils with high aspirations by In connection with the Southern Pa- pointingout to them the lives of gteat on ar.il after the night cific Co., will, men; would offer prizes in lower of November 7, 1896, run lroiu Cingrades. Lou Rogers would not ofier a I'ulltuan cinnati and Louisville prizes. Thinks the evil arising from BUPPItT SLEEPHR BVURY TUBS-DA- Y giving prizes outweighs the gool. AND SATURDAY Prof. Ray would have bis pupils bear night toconnectdlrect nt NewOtteans in mind that it is expected of them to with the Southern PaclGc's fast, sol- make true men and women. id vestibule train, the "Sunset LimiPunishments, proper and Improper and San Franfor Lob Aog-ele-a ted,', D 11. Miller thinks It depends cisco. On these cars for -greatly on whom you, are dealiug CALIFORNIA VIA NEWORLBANS with. Would use the rod as the last Through reservations Clncinuatl and resort. Discussion cotiuu;d by othLouisville to the Pacific Coast can be ers. to the Bullet made. In addition Prof. Ray's sketch of Horace M.inu Sleeping Car service, connection will was enjoyed by all. be 'made at Memphis by train leaving Miss Rachle Sauderlur's essay nu Cincinnati at a:jo p tu. and Louis 'teaching as stepping stone," was Wednesday, vllle 6:55 p. m. every full of beautiful and useful thoughts. with R. C. Jarnagin thinks teachigg will PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING continue to be a supping stone until CAR are raised. , leaving Chicago every Wednesday salaries F. G. Miller made an, interesting running through without change and talk on how to secure higher wages. from Chicago to San Francisco, via He says if the teachers will make a Hew Orleans, by the same route. greatclamor about it their wages will Comfortable Free Reclining Chair Car be raised, H. II. Davis would visit on this train between Cincinnati, the patrons, but thinks it would be Louisville aud Memphis. Through better to petition the legislature. double-bert- h rate but $5.50 from Prof Jarnagin advocates doing away This Is The Only True with Memphis. botue of the county and also yinter Route to California, owing to some ot the States offices. low altitudes and the absence of show The teachers present seemed not to and severe cold weather,. Also good have have had much trouble In school connection to the but few difficulties weie presented. CITY OF MEXICO The association jadjourned to meet via New Orleans, by the Illinois Cen- at Hattford, December 19. tral and lhe Southern Pacific RailE. R. Ray, Ch'm'n. Mi N. Roonns, Sec'y. roads. Ticket Herald please copy. , RATES A8 LOW AS BY ANY OTIU ER ROUTE Unlit Out Mad, California Folder of 'Aale He was a typical mountaineer from H'.'R. They, as well as ticket IC and full information as to rates and his brogran shoes to his wool h it, and specific train time can be had of agents he walked to a neighboring town to ot the Central Route and connecting visit relatives It was his first visit lines, or by addressing W, A. Kell. away from his home. The second ond, A O. P, A., Louisville, Ky. day alter he arrived he went to the A II Hanson, postoffice to gttn Utter from his girl. Pen,lPass'r Agent, Chlcogo. lor. The best suggestions given were .. and all tgttu el ulf abvjs or exeat ms arA "make a study of the subject" and inditmtvm. Wards off Insanity end consumption. boo t lot drops 1st Impose worthless substitute on "read good books " roe h'.a,.jrrl.liJ. greater pmflu Insist on bar mkVia.IL or .nd far It. Why I think the reasons given Can be earrl.d In t.,1 rocs.t rrepeid plain wrap UK, A rr. al irloz.r a for Oarewith Reftoad lb were good, but too numerous to find sjaansatee ar realtlve wrlttea Pami hist tree.tBOM rtnicjrlste. Address M br ), space for here. Noon Proper inducements for the student J Ham Barneswould fill the minds f?,. . 1 I PEFFER'S NERVI00R Did! when acquired w.is discussed by T. J. II act MverruTiy and quickly. Cur., when alt i Kill. loanr npil nniD icii nunooai H4 Small, L T. Barnard and J U". Tayav ervoalhful 1 lor. AbvolutclvOuar- - ire. s'mt. dw. 7o4 nnddo not understand the importance of the work. Others say the teachers are not paid enough to allow them to spend much time on teading circles training, how and Professional lr rurlS't Illinois (Jenlracl 1. quiry. "Louder." "I siy, what's your name?" yelled the postmaster sticking his head through the window Into the f.ice of the young man. "Why, dad drat your ugly time, I've told you thre times ray name was Ijuder," yelled the mountain-ter- : "T.J. Louder, and ifyerdindn't belong to thcr Gov'ment I'd crawl over thar and pick your ears. Soon cs a man gits a Gov'ment job round here he begins to put on airs, and I'm not one to put up with it. The postmaster fished out a letter from a musty hole and gave ittohim, Horace Greeley once said: " The although he was mad himself. v ay to resume Is to resume," speaks Washington Star. of again putting gold into circulation m Tliu I(Iin,I a'lllincrH. after the war. But you may say "reJames L. Francis, Alderman, Chisume" any number of times to tha cago, says: "re'.-iiDr. King's torpid liver of yours and It .won't New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea budge until you take Simmons Liver for Cought, Colds and Lung ComRegulator. Many people seem to plaints, having used it in my family forget that Constipation, Biliousness for the last five j ears, to the exclu- and sick Headache are all caused by a sion ol physician's prescriptions or sluggish liver. Keep the liver acother preparations." tive. Rsv John Burgus. Keokuk, Iowa, writes; ' I have been a Minister ol Tho Now York World, the Methodist Episcopal Church for THRICIt A WBRK EDITION, 50 years or more, and have never IS l'HKea n Week. 158 Pripcm i Yenr. It stands first among "weekly" fuuud anything so beneficial, or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. papers in size, freqnency of publicaKing's New Discovery." Try this tion and freshness, variety and reliaIdeal Cpugh Remedy now. Trial bility of contents. It is practically a Bottles Free at Wiltiams & Bell's dally at the low price ot a weekly; and its vast list of subscribers, exDrug Store. tending to every state and territory W, II. Ratcllfie's name is signed to of the Union and foreign countries, the tollowlng communication in the will vouch for the accuracy and fairI, one of the ness ot its news columns. Corinth Independent: It is splendidly illustrated and many applicants for the at Corinth under the administration of among its special features are a fine William McKlnley, am perfectly will- humor page, exhaustive market reing to leave it to the voice of the pa- ports, all the latest fashions for wotrons ol said office to say whom they men aud a long series of stories by the greatest living American and want for postmaster under said administration, or the entire precinct English authors, Conan Doyle, Jrromp K, Jbrome, allowing nil a vote of twenty-eigyears of age aud over, both ladies and Staplky Weyman, Mary E. Whkins, Anthony Hope, Bret Haute, gentlemen Election Match 4, 1897, Brandeu Matthews, Etc. and any man who is utrald to submit We offer this unequaled newspaper this question to his pitty and friends ought not to be recognized ns any- and Republican together one year for $1.65. The regular subscription thing." price ot the two papers Is $2.25. post-office ht their own experience, and valuable to What a wonderfully clean sheet the old as well as to the young. Stories will be given by Ian Macla-rethat Hartford Herald must be. WonRudyard Kipling, StepHen der who saved it soul from well never mind its editor is not yet saved Crane, Harold Frederic and Clark Russell. Speaker Reed, Secretary even if the prop is. Herbert, Senator Lodge, Hon. Carl Wilson, The religious (?) Hartford Herald Schurz, rostmaster-Genera- l says "there's eomcthing rotten in Dr. Lyman Abbott, Hon. Theodore Denmark, ' well we should remark. Roosevelt these are a tew ot the two For the patt few months the Hartford hundred names that figure iu the latHerald, a great religious (?) weekly est list of Campanion contributors. The Editorials and edited by a weakly fellow named Malthevis, who by the way is a turn the Current Events and Nature and coat and boltocrat, been trying to Science Departments are of especial make the people believe tint buzztrd interest to students and to all who was tuikcy, and because the people wish ro keep Informed of the doings of Ohio county turned that religious ot the world.- - As a reference book a (?) sheet and its editor down they file ot Companions is welNnlgh inmust put up the cry of "something valuable, for its reputation is founded rotten In Denmark." If there was ou seventy years of tested accuracy. New subscribers sending $1.75 to anything the matter with the Fords-vlll- e precinct why don't that empty the Companion for 1897 will receive for tUe remainder of s (?) the Companion headed, blnndant, extremely truthlul II. M. cause the the year free, also the Companion's Calendar, and actors in the alleged fraud to be artistic brought to time. No he must con- the paper a full year toJanuary, 1898. tent himself with a vile charge to Illustrated Prospectus ol the next volwhich there is neither truth nor ume will be sent free upon request. foundation and then claim that Bryan Address, The Youth's Companion, got a majority ot 26 In the county 205 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. Go soak your head or sleep off your a. drunk. The Eleelorlnl Vole, 1 Ihol'opular nnd IU oral 1 17. The electoral vote stands 272 for The Hartford Herald says that Kentucky can congratulate herself that McKlnley and 175 for Bryan. Of the States twenty-thre- e went Billy Breckenrldge was defeated, but forty-fi- ve for the record ot Breckenrldge with nil of for McKlnley and twenty-tw- o its dirt is absolutely clean beside that Bryan. The McKlnley States, with of Dave Smith. Peahrps the Herald's the estimated pluralities, are as folEditor sleeps iu the same kiud of bed lows: Electoral Vote. Plurality. that this Dave Smith has been occu6 pying mid in order to cover up their Maine, 47,500 cussedness must attack one who New Hampshire, 35,000 4 stands ( head and shoulders above Vermont, 40,000 4 168,000 them. Breckentldge has made a Massachusetts, 15 name for Kentucky in Congress'that Rhode Island, 24,000 4 6 such men as Smith can nevertarnlsh, Connecticut, 53, 000 no matter how much they may try. New York, 36 273,000 Do not for an instant think that New Jersey, 10 77,000 the Eagle upholds Breckenrldge for Pennsylvania, 301,000 32 his cussedness, but give to the devil Delaware, 4,000 3 8 his due and render unto Ceasar that Maryland, 32,000 6 which is his. A few years past and West Virginia, 12.000 the Herald was filled with praise for Ohio, 52,000 23 12 260 the silver tongued oratorof Kentucky Kentucky, 18,500 but now the Herald in its chatity (?) Indiana, rs would add a kick instead of a helping Michigan, 14 50,000 138,000 hand. Let Smith's record as a State Illinois, 24 12 Senator be exposed, let his private Wisconsin, 105,000 48,000 Hie be exposed and men who now Minnesota, 9 support him would turn away in Iowa, 13 72,000 6,000 disgust. Smith is a disgrace to rep- North Dakota, 3 California, resent Kentucky in Congress. 3 o o 9 V GAS Revolutionized LIGHTING. V non-partis- an ultra-religiou- twelve-icolore- Oregon, 4 2,300 Totals, 272 i.33i5o The Bryan States, with the one vote of Kentucky, are as follows: Electoral Vote 'Plurality. ' Virginia, 12 20.000 North Carolina, n 20,000 South Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri, ' 9 13 4 12 11 ' 9 17 Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, 8 8 15 South Dakota, Nebraska, 4 8 10 3 3 4 3 3 4 1 Kansas, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Washington, Kentucky, Total, 40,000 34,000 19,000 i5,qoo 30.000 42,000 62,000 75, 000 35,000 80,000 500 14,000 12,000 20,000 300 129,000 15,000 6,500 9,500 175 A NtiCKrattou. 742,800 us A VftliiHlilo Editor Morrison of Worthlngton, Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a valuable prescription in Electric Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipation and Sick Headache, and as a general systen tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 265 Cottage grove Ave., Chicago, was all run down, could not cat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, of Electric Bitters but health nntl renewed her strength. Price 50 cents and $1,00, Get a BottU at Williams & Bell's Drug Store lrrerlillon. As nomlna-tioare In order I wish to give my views about some men and I will suggest the following ticket, which I know will be seconded: E. B. Allen, for County Clerk; Sam A. Andeison, for Circuit Clerk; Jont B. Wilson for County Judge; Jno. T. King, for Jailer; R. B. Martin, for Sheriff; R. C. Jaruagla, for School Superintendent. A Subscriber. Oilo Wrllleu l MUCUXVVI William J. Bryan sleeps like a top, (Press Dispatch. How sleeps the brave, who sinks to Editor Repudlican: mailed of the most popular Catarrh am' Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream Hal ui) sufficient to demonstrate its rest great merit. Full size 50c. By all his Country's vote repressed; ELY BROTHERS. While Silver, with her fingers cold, 56 Warren St., New York. Delves, sobbing, in the autumn mold, Rev John Reld, ol Great Falls, And butles, with its tollies crude, Ely's Cream The platform upon which he stood I Mont , recommended I can emphasize his Ohio's man bis knell has rung, Bnlm to me, statement, "It is a positive cure for By Illinois his dirge is sung Catarrh If used as directed." Rev. And Michigan and Maryland Francis W Poole.Central Pres. Church Join Indiana in her stand, While e'en Kentucky shakes her bend IS ry Helena, Mont. And casts her vote for Gold, instead! Nvveiily.riral HlrtfiUny, Naw York Tribune. The Youth's Companion will celebirthday in brate Its seventy-firs- t Fox Sale: A saddle and harness Among the many attractive horse. Apply at this office. 1897. tl AL WANTED-SEVERor women to travel for announcements of the Companion for y responsible established house in the coming ycat is an article of exBulllngton Is prepared to give you Silary $780, payable $ic ceptional value by Mr. Andrew Car- a good shave or shampoo, pir negie, on "Tne Habit of Thrill." and expenses. weekly Position manent. Relerence. Enclosed stamped envelope The Successlul men in other walks of life National, Star Building, Chicago, will second Mr. Carnegie's paper with yitft. readable, practical articles based on Ken-lucked 0i receipt of ten cent, cash stamps, a generous sample will Till to Your Opporluulljr. or be by tho Invention of a Hartford Mjn. A now invontlou lu artificial llght-Inj- r, recently pcrfeoted In Hartford, may result in a considerable revoluY MANUFACTURED ONLY J. II. ZEILIN A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. tion In tnothods of Illumination. Lamps without wicks nnd oil lamps that burn without chimneys aro not PROFESSIONAL OAKD. unknown, but tbo successful proJna.H. Glenn, J.N.R. WrdaUua; duction of a good gaslight direct from hydro-carbo-n nnd without tho GLENN & WEDDING, uso of an oxtensivo gas reservoir or elaborate and cumbcrsomo mechanism is a novelty as woll as perhaps HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson'. Banar.) a scorning Impossibility. Loroy S. Will practice their profession in Lewis, of Hartford, is tho patenteo of an apparatus by which gas Is tho courts, of Ohio and adjoining oun-tic- s, and court of Appeals. 8pec'l ovolvod directly from a small rosor-vo-ir Ato'j of liquid hydro-carboTho attention given collections. heat gonoratod by tho burning gas Notary Public for Ohio county. operates to suck tho oil Into the CTsLzaoo .A.. Saaaitli tubo whoro It is converted into gas and cmorgos to mako a steady and safo light, 50 per cont superior In AW Illuminating powor to tbo ordinary gas. nAHTFOBD, KY. No perishable medium is emWill practice his profeesion in Ohio ployed In tho apparatus and there and adjoining counties, and court of is nothing to got out of ordor. Tho especial attention given t" gas fixture with tho small oil bulb collections, Office east side ot'putXt attached Is not cumborsomo or unsquare. usual In appearance. No one on seeing two of thoso gas jota burning M. L. Hbavrin. Shelby Taylor. whou auspondod from tho celling or HEAVRIN TAYLOR. the wall exactly like an ordinary gaslight would suspect that it did not draw its supply of gas from so'mo HARTFORD, KY. distant source. Tho light is steady and not a great Gas Perry Westcrfleld. used in this way could not possibly cost ovor 50 cents per 1,000 foot. Beaver Dam, Ky. The fixtures nro cheap and easily manufactured. R. R. WEDDING Tlals Invention will mako it possible to introduce, illuminating gas in cvory community without tbo Hartford, Kt. establishment of any plant for tha Will practice his profession ia all manufacture of gas. Country vil- the courts of Ohio aad adjoininr lages may bo as thoroughly lighted counties. Also Notary Public. by gas as any city. Tho patent Is a Office in Commercial Hotel. broad and fundamental one, tho priuciplo ot tha Invention boing nvn. :B.A.:R:fcT:E1,,x,, wholly new. Springfield (Mass.) Republican. HARTFORD, KY. BUGS TELL THE TIME. Will practice his profession in all fli courts of Ohio and adjoining counties A Novel Clock Exhibited in a PortCareful attention will be given to a land Show Window. business Cel A jewoler near tho junction has a lections entrusted to his care. a specialty. Office over Ohi novel clock In his show Window. It County Bank. Also Notary Public. puzzles and amuses crowds every day. There is simply a dial a foot JNT3E3-ISLI- J, E3. (Cbnnty Attorney) and a half square, apparently lying on a box an Inch in depth. There are no hands and no boles in the JCaiW, dial. In spite of this the clock tells HARTFORD, KY. time perfectly. There aro two litWill practice his profession in the tle Mexican beetles of tho green-bronCourts of Ohio aad adjoining oonu-tie- s. variety that havo been mora Special attention given to color less popular as scarf pins, otc, lections. Office in Courthouse. and thoy crawl about and mark tho minutes and hours accurately. One JNO. B. WILSON, of them rests on tho outer circle ot tho dial and moves from one figure HARTFORD, KY. to another each hour. Tho other bug marches on tho dial's Inner SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, fco., of tho clrclo, and moves one-fifspace between tho figures every also Notary Public lor Ohio Couitf . minute. What tells tho bugs when Office North side of public square. and how far to move is a mystery that 99 out of every 100 who look at R. B. LEESIMMERMAN, them glvo up in despair. Tho bugs aro plainly enough alive, elso how could thoy walk? Aud Hartford, ICt. there are no strings on them, so Will practice his why do they not walk off about their Courts of Ohio profession in all tda and adjoining countita own affairs as any ordinary bug Collections carefully and promptly atwould do in no time? tended to. Office with T. J. Swift "The thing's simplo enough," said A Co., Market Street. glancing at the clock. a man, after "Tho bugs are dead as Julius Caar. Each of them is merely a sholl and . has a bit of steel sot Into Its base. Tho clock has hands, only they aro SPECIALTY: underneath instead of abovo tho Eye, Ear, Nose and Thrtat, dial, and thoy aro magnetized. EVANSVILLH, IND. Every time tho hand forgo3 ahead its attraction carries tho steel and Office 4i6Upp. First St. tho llttlo green bug sholl along. Put a couplo of steel pins on a sheet of paper and move a magnot around J.B. VIOKERB, underneath, and you'll see just how It works. It's too easy." Portland Orcgonlauu Miirtford, Ky., Wifl practice his proiessiaa is Okie A PLUOKY LIGHT KEEPER. awtl adjoining ceuuties. Special atVigil of a tention given to all business entrartesi The Three-WeeLad. U his care. Ortieo in Knruitieux At one of tho wlldost and bleakest Wilding, of light stations of tho Maine coast, according to a story told there, was ARMISTEAD J0NB6, onoo tho scene, says Kirk Munroe in Scrlbner'i, of a remarkably plucky adherence to duty on tho part HARTFORD, KY.. boy. Ho was the of a son of tbo keeper, aad on this occa- Will practice ia all the CourU of OU'o Special sion was left alone In tha tower aud adjoining counties. Otteo given to collcotiotw. while his father wont ashore for provisions in their only boat Before with County Attorney. tho latter could return a violent storm arose, and for the next throe Who can think slm le weeks there was no tlmo in which Wanted-- An Idea ot .oin. patektl thing to tho keeper's boat could havo lived ProtaoS your tdeajt they may bring yuu w.altt. CO- - Fatenl Atlor. JOIIM WmJPEllbUHN Writ. Washington. for a moment In the wild seas that Bays. O. u., lor th.lr II.8U) prlae offer ruged about tho lonely rock. Still aad 11.1 ut two hundred Inventions wanted. the light was kopt burning by that J A Ml Lwaaa ItaJl- boy, who had llttlo to t ir'iT"'." umv wwaj Hi jme No. 41. No. 41. scant time to sleep. cat and but daily bosind dally Yet Night after night, for three weeks, Its steady gleam ahono through tho L, Louisville . . 7j Si a m 6 30 p in 7 Si blackness of tho pitiless storm and L Brandenburg; , . 9 8 ao gladdened tho father's straining L Irvlngton ., , ,94c 1036 858 eyes. Whon the ordeal was ended L Stephtsnpott . 10 47 L Clovwport 9 it tho boy was so weak from exhaus- L Havreavllle . 11 is 9 44 tion as to bo barely able to speak. L Owenaboco . . 12 is p mio 4 At tho same time thoro was no Ar Kwdcooai . , f 15 II Si No, 44. prouder father nor happier young Vo 4. daily daily llghtkoeper on tho Maine coast thou 1W bound thoso who root ou tbo storm-swep- t L Hanntceon . . , 730am zjspxu 835 1SS L Owotitboco , ledge of Saddleback that day. HI '(I LAWYERS, . n. i l If (TTOBIY JT I Kttorneys at Law Attorney at Law r. Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, o. Attorney at 3. J Attorney at Law th Attorney at Iaw )r. JL umaer Attorney at Law, ks' Fifteen-Year-O- ld Attorney at Iaw m , V. 1 OA8TOIIXA. OABTOXIXA. ztWassrs. ful L UawMvlll . . . 9'S L Clovecpott , . . 9 50 L Stophenpoac , 10 11 4 51 5 17 6 16 a H 1 LIrvlujtou . , L Drandonbarg Ar Lowfavltle 10 51 tl 18 , 12 45 p , 5W 6J9 Soo f 111 ;xf rSSeZTt y feg5Pjg2ffitt mt tuutmf Tun I uturp nf U10 ppmonrallp ptr ly injuit now a matter pf much opepiu Offlco on Fox Stroot. 1 ilinn Tlmt it will not regain oon. IiiimI I. eery I'rlilil) ill llitrllnril, Ky, trol ol tlio Federal Government, SAM A. ANDBRSON w'llch has mi floret! Hartford Republican, IjMgMllwAlJWf CtmiW AT W VTO5i Mew Heart Cure Victorious fJoothpr mnllclnncan alioicmch a nvorr", llrro Is n Trrllnlilo patriarch, T3 jean J villi ! run u iircjuilra In ntrrrortio, wli. iinn, ifmrt Viunri lit vftirt. lie look tho Maw uuru and Is now Miunit and well. mNDOW NOTES, - M'l I M . Editor. Democratic incompetency, tins pruned our midst. Subscription, $1.26 por your nwny mny bo considered certain, ne Miss Olllc Tulor, Soti'h tle.tvcr nny futiiro liunmii action may bo post-offiJoe Blackburn Is dying hard, but it nt Hartford Entered nt the & Dim, visited her Uncle, Mr II fl. foretold, but hoynml this it is diffi ns second class mnil matter. is n "case with him" nnd he has to Q V D Taylor, 1st Saturday. cult to concede what its ftituro action let go. He has lived nnd reveled so ' - $S5. rl Mr Tom Tntu 11, of near Hartford, FRIDAY, NOVKMUttK aj, 1896 may be. That tho sound monoy, law long in luxury at the expense ol the pissed through this nclghboihood Oil mill nlrrnnd order Democrats will not sur- people that when he ceased to draw a last Monday. It Is j'ist ns reasonable to suppose Ratoa and Torms. render to tho free silver, frco riot, salary from the government next Mr. Henry Taylor, near Goshen, that nil nnd water will unite ns tlmt 1k.iI notices toe per line first In March he will be in about the same sertton nnd 5c each subsequent Inser- class prejudice Democrats may be visltc' frledds and relatives here the the two wings of the Democratic par tion, Large contracts special rates. safely assured, banco tho only hope position as a duck without water. last of the week. ty, represented by the Chlcsgo nnd Calls on candidates nnd political of reconciliation of tho many factions Mr. James Austin was in Hartford Indinnapolis platlnrms, will come toline. matter :oc per If you lmve made up your mind to is tho return of tho latter class to Thursday. They hive no common gether. NOTICE. their anciont faith. Tlmt tho greator live In n town, then stand up lor it, Mr. Ellis Smith who has been at ground nnd nre ns fir up nt ns the Rates for announcements in these number of Ilryati Democrats will nnd it you know positively no isood home for several days on account of north nnd south poles. Win men cc silence is golden. Do all you can to columns nre as follows' Cash in tako such action wo regard ns probahis fathers Illness, has entered school or fictions disngrce to the extuit that in cery case. help nlong ctcry innnwho is engaged ngnln. they heap vile nnmes upon each other nia offices or Congress , . . $20.00 ble, but hero tho real difficulty State in n trgitiuute business Do not Thcte Is considerable excitement A number ol people from this place then we can understand how wide Is Tho Urynn lenders, having Circuit Judge or Attorney . . 10 00 tUtrcir. O. Btoxb. send away for everything nice jou County Offices 5 00 fought tho fiercest contest known to anticipate attending the Q latterly the chasm between them The aver- iu nnd nrnuiid Ccntcrtown concerning Oiui I.aVc, Mien , Dm. M, I8M. wnnt nnd Mill expect the home men to Meeting I ruTOtwen troubled with hnittdUcuo H at Providence next Sunday. age sllvcrite has not the least respect the Hud Ticheuor trial, nnd nil exAmerican politics on Populist lines, keep n stock to suit the whim of one Hrat of tbo time 1 wm m cept his father (with whom we nil Toaraormoro.not tats for mo torn out lono, Mil It wm Miss Eva Berryman, Ktndcrhook, ANNOUNCEMENTS. is to bo expected that they have or two possible customers lor the Democrat who voted for it bad u dlujr poll would cauio falling. 1 and The suc- spent n few days last week here nt sympathize) nre anxious forthe law to MTora palpitation, ahortnru of fdrlnunly Jntljte, or sound money, and the only rooted many former Democrats to cess ol jour fellow townsman will be udden palna that me helpliwa. All take its course nnd tuctc out justice pbrilelana did for rendered to adrlae keeping authorized to announce We arc mo waj upon which these men condition Populist grautid, and whether this your success. No man liveth to him- her lather's home. quiet. la Auguat tail I commenced Uklnf to the victim. J. A. PARK Mrs. Salllc Barrett nnd chu 'titer, meet is that they nre social neighclement will return with tho tide to self and no man does business indeDr. Miles New Heart Cure, U. S. Cnrson is finishing up Dr. Miss Iua, spent Wednesday last at bors nnd brothers but not political As a candidate for the office oi Judge and before I bad Bnlahed the Drat bottle I pendently of his lellow business men. nt the Ohio county Court, subject to Democracy or remain in tho Popumedicine I hare Mr. George Smith. X. not Chapman's dwelling house, nnd is a found the four bottlewaa a and am faellag brethren. Oil nnd water will now uaed In all list ranks, it will be interesting to Take your home paper. Do not the action Republican party. carpenter. entirely welt I am Tlyeari ot age and bare mix, neither will sltver men comabuse your neighbor. The main difa grudge meUlclnee all noto. NO MORE PD3ION Mr loseph Foster has exchanged held life, but 1 agalnit patent tbla to prerent lor t'onnljr Clerk. my will not allow mingle with sound money Democrats. ference in n number of his faults and glring my teatlmony to the groat cure your We are authorized to announce residence with Mr. J. Polk Thompson Taluable remedr baa wroui The elements constituting these two in me. 1 do Reiiuhmoan newspapers gonarally your own is that you see through a D. M. HOCKKR We all regret very much to give up tbla to abow my appreciation Vr. Ullea Mew Heart (Ture. lor the concedo the Sound Noncy Democrats magnifying glass as a critic The ill Says tho Owonsboro Populist wings have taken n stand against BAMUKb O. BTONR. As a candidate for Mr Foster nnd family but welcome Dr. Mllea Heart Oure la sold on a coaltlT office oi Clerk of the Ohio County each other, and It Is reisouably cer Editor. guarantee tbattheflrat bottle will bentBt. the credit for the Into victory in the omened bird, the croaker, can do a Court, subject to the action oi the AUdrugfliUieilltattl. S bottle for U, or they will remain in that at- Mr Thompson nnd fnuily. taiu that Does it not town more harm inaminutethan two Presidential election. Republican party. Ever since the election business has silver-platemen are Capt. Sam James, editor of the Far- titude until the strike the Populist as a littles ungrate- good cltlz:ns can repair In a month. nt ForClrcml llerk. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure r$22h. absorbed by the sound money men, been impiovtng, manufacture mer's Journal of Owensboro is out in ful on tbo part of tbo Democrats for We are authorized to announce the original Jeflersonlau Democrats. ruauy places are at work, and gold is The saddest spectacle that greets a card in his paper denouncing the not giving them credit for what they in circulation again, which we were F. LEONARD SANDERFUR It Oft INK. the eye ot ene who looks for melanDemocrats for the way the Popnllsts The sound money Democratic cause told by our free silver fi lends that it as a candidate for the office of Circuit did? Whenever there was a county, The school at this place Is progpromises lo rice because it is mar were treated in the late campaign, Court Clerk ol Ohio county, subject district or state carried for Bryan, the choly sights is presented by the single would never le seen any more by the ressing nicely. occupant of the, deserted free silver He is red hot. While the Demo shtled by a set ot generals who are common people. to the action of the Republican party. Democratic press claims it a DemoWeoie glul to sny our Sunday equipped lor the fiercest battle that Popocratlcheadquarters, in Louisville crncy got six Congressman from KenKorMirrlir. Well, the people will see Prof II. School Is still Increasing In Interest cratic victory. This week's Hartford can be waged. Watch the sound In the center ol an empty office, In tucky thjough the aid ol the Poputlst We nre authorized to announce II Davis, of Point Pleasant, elected and number. We would be glad for Herald says Ohio county went Dem- the midst of a waste of papers that he says, the Populists doesn't even money cause grow. Patagraph. SAM T. BARNETT County Judge of Ohio county next evetjbody to attend Come and brlntr. m ocratic tho first timo tor three years were wont to drift here and there, get nny of the credit. He calls a Amtniiiicrnirnt. As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio car, if he makes the race aud I j our children with jou. when in fact it went over 500 Re waited by Having hcen solicited by many j the colloquial wind ofthe halt on any future fusion and says: county, subject to the action of the learn lie is going to be a candidate. The bridge carpenters ore here at publican for Lewis, but when the late inhabitants; on a floor decRepublican party. "The Democrats, with their accus- friends ot various sections of the Populists voted for Bryan ho carried orated a dark brown by the expectos tomed sagacity and enterprise, are county to become a candidate for the I know Mr Davis personally, he is work on trestle. lorNcliool Niiperltitrnilcnl. Think we will have some weddings tho county, and we dislike to see tho rations ofthe rabid hosts who chewed making np a slate of all the county nomination of tbe Republican party the son of in old toldier ani is well We are authorized to announce to report soon. Populists robbed of the credit. Tho ! and talked and talked and chewed, officers to be vokd for In Daviess . for the o fficc ot School Superintend educated, his a considerable knowlFON ROGERS edge of the l.w and is a licetuel r. Mr. and Mrs Iglehart left Democratic party in Ohio county, ' "alone and scratching his five wits," county next year. Right here we de- ent, I have finally consented to allow As a candidate for School Superin-tendeHe is n sober man, poscssir g for their home neir Owensboro last of Ohio county, subject to the led by tho Hartford Herald, has al- the Popocratlc Secretary with fretful sire to say that If the Democrats rec my name to come bclore the people the natural qualifications for ji CounFriday. action of the Republican party. ways condemned tho Populists on ev- whiskers sits, supreme in his lonelU kon on the People's party taking a for said nomination; and now kindly ty judge. He is deliberate in his acMr. Dave Pierce and f iniilv visited We are authorized io announce ness, the last of the Kentucky silver hand with them in the county co- ask the support f the good people of ery occasion and of course they are tions, imparthl dissensions and cm-d- id his mother here last Sunday. R. C. JARNAG1N now following up their old teachings. barons, the last oi the free coinage ntestor any other kind of a contest the county, promising that if the in his duties. He has been a lite Miss Ilelle Whlttlnghill, Spring As a candidate for Superintendent of They accueed the Hon. J, P. Miller Mohicans. In yonder corner stands as to the matter of that they will nomination be entrusted to me to do long Republican nnd descries sonic, Lick, visited her mother last Sundiy. Coaituon Schools ol Ohio county. all in my power to lead the party to the empty chair vhere once the reckon without their host. thing at the hands e,f the people. Mr. Prank Mjers happened to very subject to the action of the Republic- ot selling his party out to the Repub "The People's party has just victory In November, 1897 an party. licans in 1894, and they made all "Light horse Harry," of the sliver Mr Fon Rogers is coming before painful accident last Tuesday got dragoons, was wont to esconce him- emerged from a contest in which it Respectfully, the jeople of Ohio county for the of his foot mashed. mannerof fuu ofthe Hon. Wesley self; For Jailer. and by it the antiqueoak bottom stood by trjc Democratic party in the Fon Rocuks fice of School Sucrintendeut. We are authorized to announce Mrs Dr. Liles is on the sick list. Crowe, and they ridiculed Mr. F. W. chair Mr. where Urey, of the hyperion greatest political battle ever fought Mis Ijtwlon mill Mr. f.yllr. Rogers is a genuine Republican and JNO. D. FINLEY Mary. Pirtle and in fact the Democracy has cnrl, did rear back as beheld weighty since the creation ofthe world, but it The vacancies created in the collect, an nccomplished As a candidate for the office of Jailer treated the Populists as foot mats, and centleraau. well converse with his chief. But they wilt 70te nnder tbe Democratic de- tor's office by the resignation ot Mr. of Ohio county, subject to the action worthy of the office to which he asnow that the Populists assisted them are gone. They have flown to the vice no longer. Dr. Rcll s Pne Tar Honey cure But be it understood, S. W. Llnebaugh, In charge of the to- pires. ofthe Republican party. No one questions his ability in the late campaign they ignore secluded banks ol Salt river, and the People's party will not vote unMost bacco and brandy accounts and the to fill the office and no one doubts his coughs for oung and old. We are authorized to announce coujh medicines simply helps jou them altogether. Gussie lingers at his post the fidus der the device of either of the old par- promotion ol Mr. I. R T. TWEEDDELL D. Russell to election if he makes the race, not evcough Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio Achates The result of tbe effort just now He has the Popocratlc Casablance. ties under any circumstances whatso- stamp clerk, were filled yesterdiy en the Democrats. There are many helps yo not to congh county, subject to t,he action ofthe See the "another deck up his sleeve." ever." Miss Estella Law ton is appointed by good men in Ohio county to fill being made by thomiddle-of-th- e Republican party. all Like the villageschoolmaster "though the commisioner of internal revenue the offices of the county, but none diflerencef Would you like to try it? road Populists to reorganize the scat- beaten he can argue We are authorized to announce still," or all day to Mr. Linebaugh's office, at a salary better than Mr Davis fir Judge or IS cents gets jou the biggest quarter THOS. H. BLACK tered fragments that once constitute bottle of cough medicine ever of $1,000 per annum and Mr. I. W. Mr. Rogers for Sujerintendent. As a candidate lor re election to the ed the Populist party will bo watched long he ponders over the fight and It is puticutarly valuable for siw. like the old man In "Old Curiosity office ol Jailer ol Ohio county.subject Lytle appointed to the clerkship made X. Y. 7.. those nho can not Und the strain ot The real Shop," he shuffles the election cards Semi-weekl- y to the action ol the Republican party. with unusual interest. Globe-Democrvacant by Mr Russell's pro notion, coughing Ask your druggist fir t. of Populism is now on trial. and Wears himself weary to find the character We are authorized to announce to chief Deputy W. that of assistant Tnke no substitute. There Is rfoth. Fusion with Democracy in the late combination that might have brought W. Clark, at a salary rf $900 JNO. T. KING Ingnsgood ns Dr. Bell's PineTur As a candidate for the office of Jailer campaign was justified on the plea success and not left him the solitary appointments were made upThese Honey. For sale by Z. Waj ne Oj.il-fi- n $1.75. of Oh'o county, subject to the action of patriotic devotion to the cause of mourner of a lost cause. The mention on merit. Miss Lawton and Mr. Ly For Infants and Children. & Pro. of the Republican party. the free coinage of silver, but in the of McKinlcy's election sends him off tie having stood the best eximination Jerome K. Jerome's last story, pre before We are authorized to announce Tithe- into a spasm, In which every particulocal elections of next year no such the civil service boird of examHall. vious to his engagement to write two km I ftoitiul Mimrj- whisS. G. RHOADS lguiut trtry ination. The names of the two forWhether lar capillary ot his pleadings can be made. Itrnineritu.loi Wauled. Cf A pi imary election for county officandidate lor the office ol Jailer tbe Populist is a real reform party, kers stand out like the reeds on a plays, has been secured by The tunate applicants were certified to Asa Ladles' Home Journal, and Is to be of Ohio county, subject to the action cers has been called in I'ranklln with And when Gussie is the commissioner by the civil service fighting for principle or an organized street cleaner. of tke Republican party. printed in its January issue. It is thesci qualifications for voters: All collection of voters, Tammany like, gone, who is there who witt mourn called "An Item of Fashionable In- commission, nnd by the commissioner known Democrats and all persons who For A"wr. Ovoratookod. for Gussie? to J. D. Powers. The commissions ol sell its support to tho party offering telligence," and deals with life in tbe We are authorized to announce Our stores nre overloaded with voted fir the Bryan electors, who will Miss Lawton and Mr. L tie have not the greatest number of offices, is to higher social circles of London. choice new goods, all lought before support the nominees of this prlmaiy B. P. PETTY been forwarded, but the collector was "Am I sfraid oflightning?" repeatbe determined by the proposed re orthe prices advanced. As a candidate for the office of AssesNow we need election, bhall be permitted to vote in notified yesterday by wire of the apsor of Ohio county, subject to the ac- ganization. Fusion is the rock on ed a young woman the other day In motley and must get it by the mid this election pointments. answer to a question. "I used to be tion of the Republican party. which all reform parties have stranddle ot next m nith, so we will you This evidently means that all sound Miss Lawton is a native of Ten until a man I met told me I was In We are authorized to announce ed. The leaders of reform parties much more Coming to Owensboro, she first jour winter goods at the very lowest , money Dem rats will be excluded. danger of being murdered G. D. ROYAL have set their own personal aggrangave instructions in nrt, drawing and prices. e.ome bring jour families, Other counties will follow suit. As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio dizement above party success and sold than of being killed by lightning. and produce and give us ready some of the more aggressive punting. Afterwards she was made As I have never lain nwake o' nights county, subject to the action of the one trhl. We quote men's good boots ' silver, men in Mndlsoa county hs.ve I the support of tboir fellow reformers fearing to be murdered, I began to teicher of German in thecitv schools. Republican pirty. for their own personal benefit, until lose my fears oi electric storms, and and at the beginning 01 the present t ' 35 to ft 74. beat $i 91; men's declared that eold democrats ahall.not nim.i.v ciiAi'lt.i.. Uot 9S-- ': women heavy shoes take pirt in priraarlesand this means CiiAiiiMAN Parker, of the Ppuli6t honest voters, I '" becoming disgusted now one has to be very severe to Thanksgiving services were con- session was appointed to a regular 7CP. oSp Anil lin? ....... . ....... j iu- iuai nicy - -- fi ,nona- tlnut, n,,-- - ' .!.- - .1. . nic not wunicu, i . some with such methods, have abandoned alarm me Statistics show that there Committee, has been pouring ducted at Hamlin Thursday night by teachership in the schools and assign i coats A lu'.l stock of over-- , ss oo hot shots into tbe silver Democratic the reform movement, and tho Popu- is only one chance in a million cf a Rev O. M. Wilson ed to the Frederica-strew:hoil, Mioes and gums, Millinery goods, party, which ho says tried to disrupt list party is rapidly following in the house being struck by lightning. An llurklen'a Iruira Kalve, Mr. Henry Felix is at Beaver Dam grade No 9, which position file Is aim st at your own The Best Silve in the woild for now holding. Her nppointitit-n- t wilt c.ipes and tho Populist party in the late camThe eminent scientist who has recently this week, working on the parsonage. footsteps of its predecessors. Cuts, Bruises. .Sores. Ulcers, Salt price. paign. AH fusion is now at an cud only course open to the Populist party been investigating the matter sajs Mr. A. Eoster is visiting friends make a vacancy in the city schools Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped MORKfll An Jonhs & Co. W Lytle, the other appointee, Mr.J. betw eeu silver Democrats and PopuHand.", Chilblains, Corns, and all by which it can maintain the respect that the only precaution necessary is and relatives in Washington county Centretown, Ky, Skin Eruptions, and positively Ky., where he cure lists he gajs. Mr. Parker says where-e- r of its own members or hope to draw to avoid a draugh. Shut your doors this week, his old home In former is lrom Haitford, Piles, or no pay required. It is taught hchool previous to ttmoving the Populists voted with the recruits from outside its ranks is un- and windows when a storm comes days, but is expected home soon. guaranteed to give petfectsatisfatioa He was licinsed hs Tkifu- Mrs. Fulkerson and Miss Lucy to Owensboro, Democrats they lost and did so by compromising, independent party ac- and you are safe Irom lightning as it or money refunded. Price 25 cents II M an attorney in the circuit couit ol tilts' IIB11I per box. For sale by Wllljams & forsaking their emblem for that of the tion, aud it is safe to aesumo that is possible to be sale from anj thing Maples visited the school at victoiy rwy (UIUI couuty several terms ago and blnce tf ntfeu. Bell. in this world ol surprising happen- Tuesday evening. 13 1 yr. Democrats. without independent party action tho ings. Miss Jennie McDowell has returned then has been engaged in the prnc-sicPopulist party will cease to be a facof law and clerical woik in the Tun Democrats ot Ohio county home from Central City. tor in American politics make no effort to couceal the fact that Quite a crowd attended church at office of Messrs Powers and AtchiHere is a novel suggestion. It Is Owensboro Messenger. they expect to purchase tho support that on January I, 1900, a new divis- Concord Sundiy night from this son. Attention Republican. A DAILY A YEAR! ofthe Populists next ear by giving Messrs. W. S. Tinsley, A. W. Mills ion of the ear into thirteen months pi ice. Circuit 'niirl Nuleit. Messrs James Mack and Andrew Com'th vs.Estil Rendtr dismissed them one or two places on their tick- and fellow Republicans ol Ohio Coun- be Instituted. It is claimed that this Com'th vs. E. A. Tichenor ttial ,.tlTbe Incrcaalne demand for a dally newapaper at a price which Duta tt is not so preposterous as most people Mapels visited li lends near Cromwell et, and we v. ant to suggest to our ty: Yielding lo n personal inclinawithin the reach of cyery person In Kentucky, Indiana and Tenncsnee.' ' set f r to day. has been met by the Lou- counry In Kcnluoky and Populist friends that they ask the tion and the many solicitations of would be likely to consider it at the Saturday and Suuday. lavlllo I'eat. Thla comlauiaern jnaianai au n. A protracted meeting has been in Com'th vs. Emmet Cite pleaded ' plete afternoon dally will throughout friends the first thought Mr. Brooks says that Democrats to allow them to mniniain my tpiela! staff correspoadeat send tbe Kvenlne I'ejt I h iu ivuamngioii, ana progress at Concord Church Serv- guilty nnd was fined $10, county, both in public and private, it such n division weie made, the every weoR day in tho their identity, as well as thiir self-r- e and reliable men at year to any address, by The juij in the ease ol D A. Roj-a-l lrankfort. Full market I have decided to become a candidate first twelve months would hnvejust ices were conducted by Kev. Matthew. mall, pestago paid, for U. spect, by voting, at least onco in two reports, choice miscelTho Kvenlnfr Tost Is the Nine were tor acquittal aud This meeting was largely attended, hung lany, short stories, womFor tbt flail years, under their own device, ami lorSheritT of Ohio county, subject twenty eight days, or four weeks brlnhtest and best afteran's page, all the sportiatEdition of the three (or convict! in ng- news, Kdltorially the noon dally In the South. to the action ofthe Republican party. each, and the new 'month twenty-nin- although no decided results were that tho Democrats surrender It prlnta the full Evening Post. strongest paper In the D. L. Miller Vs N N & M V Co. tained. tomake 365, nnd thirty in lesp Press dispatches, South. Neatly printed on to patriotism, nnd vote under Believing in the eternal principles of supplemented by correfine paper. Bend for Mr Thomas Black entered school judgment for plaintifl ol 55" Republicanism nnd thanking my years. After a few days there would spondence every from sampie copy. Aaareas tho plow and hammer. I Court adjourned nt eleven o'clock friends for tbe coidial assurance of be no need to refer to calenders, as at Victory Wednesday THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. jesterday for Th inksgiving. I am, resp'y, CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. Tin: free silver Democratic Com- their support, the same day ofthe week would have Sam T.Barnett. the same date through the year. It mittee met at Lexington this week ni.ll-li- l! Hello, It. January I were Fay Monday, every and determined to exclude all sound The Cumberland Telephone c ml- A iHll. Monday would be the i&t, 8th, 15th, pany completed its line to Deanefield money Democrats from their ranks, RosiNK, Ky., Nov. 16. '86 and 22d; every Tuesday the 2d, 9th,. yesterday, nnd Owensboro Is now In and will not allow them to participate We the undersigned voters of telephonic connection with Whites-vill- c in the free silver primaries in tlc fuvoting precinct especially re- 16th and 23d, and so throughout the fcl TkEfBBVFVI and Deanefield, and the work is for ture. This body was composed of quest that Sam A. Anderson be a year. The changes ot the moon being extended to Pordsvllle, nnd in the Eamo men who have ail nlong candidate lor Circuit Court Clerk on would be on about the same dates a week more the line will be working the Republican ticket aud we pledge through the yeir, and many calculi-tionbeen making war nn tl.u Populists. IfirkMl iiiii. like Interest, dites of unttiring Owensboro 1 The Q rent est Republican Paper of tho West The free silver Democrats of D irren to this latter town Tho breach is widening every day in him our support: notes, Easter Sunday, nnd tinny oth- county have done a AsNNBisaa ' Carter Dckery, J Dockery, clew job-- nit Messenger, nice the Democratic ptrly mid the sound S TTIi Ihomost italwait and unswerving Republican Weekly pub. er important dates would be simp' I fr II Brown, with the populists of Barren L llshed today and can always be relied upon (or fair and honest ro'! element is gaining stnuiglli by T J Bryant, nothing old about Dr. money There is led. Mr. Brooks is of the opinion , AJ,, U4 dl MJIHli g J L Liles, HU4II1. Tliomis Allen, roiintv. Tit nonnltsts liv sunnnttlni Bell's Pine Tar Hone. Reliable old d tho as each moment rolls by. that although the present generation nrviln tt,e neiiincrntlp ,n. 1 M5&A The Weekly Inter Ocean Supplies All of the New Samuel Mitchel, rr-J Raley, remedies are Used in its manutime While this is going on the young men would have to figure new dates for jority from and the Best of Current Literature. W M Wilson, L P Crowdir, 450 to 918, yet thev get nre going into tho Republican party birthdays, and all legal holidays, ex- no credit for it. The Democratic lead- facture, but Dr. Bell's Pine Tar HonIt Is Morally Clean, and as a Family Paper li Without a Peer, D C Allen, j JasCIIdl, by the hundreds. Tiioy cumut coun- C G Crowder, cept New Year, would be on diflerent ers point with pride to their bl vote, ey scientifically combines new and W W Hall, This valuable medical agencies. Its Literary Columns are equal would be more tenance tho Democracy us preached C E Johnson, dates, yet the Wni II Crigc. and ignore the balance ol power in to those of the best magazines. than the loss, ns that would be per-- , this county. The prtmiry was called remedy advances a theory in the by Blackburn, Tilhimn, R icu it Co., S W Awtry. G D Awtry, treatment ofallung and bronchial Its Youth's Department la tte manent, and the objection trifling. and ureuuiting under the banner of R M Wright, Nix, just at the proper lime to get out a coughs unli-- d o( until Its introducJohn finest 6t Its klnpx Protection aud Sound Money, D M Fielden, big vote for Bryan and to give the tion. It always cures quickly coughs, Luther Johnson, B Wright, II C Wright. J II brlnui to tha family the News of lbs Knllre World asd'glrea populists n kick as they left the polls, colds aud grip. It strengthens weak J MHKIIIY. lbs best aod ablest dtacusalona ol all qussitaas ot tbe day. .Tfca Prices 0:1 tobiccoareimproving and ,0jJn jj G Philip Filback, The general health of thisenmmun-it- relusing them a representation on the lungs and relieves consumption, Inter oeeau uliea paces malorTeecr ak gooJ tobacco is now bringing very j, p peacj, and Im1( publuh.il In I hlcaco Is better adapted ,lo .the needs ol Is good. Mr. George Smith Is Democratic county ticket. But a loDock Buitjii, lbs people west of tbe Alleibaoy Mountains than aaroilur caoer. Por sale by Z Druggists sell it, ' A large good prices in K. Shroader, improving. Little Dyron Austin has cal Democrat leader expressed the Wayne Griffin & Bro, gWgJSMgPJtUlliglLXSAB number of the farmers ol Ohio county " " &nroluler-nrJ B York, been quite sick, but is somewhat betsentiment the other day when he said hauling tl elr crop to Ouensborn. " J ' ea(m, W M Potts, 11 ii mrtoti, ter. 'we will fix them; all they want is B V Ziglor, M W Wornel, Last Siturday and Sunday was our the representative " The gentleman Price of Dally by mill... ,,,,., ,...?! 00 per' The Dally md Sunday Edl" Knit wriTst JiiC usnViis. HFJi Price of Hiindsr by mail. ,,,, .t.vtioo pr ytarj J W Gray, Quarterly Meeting. Ministers pres- must have thought 500 voters are John T I.owe, hi lions of Tbe later Ocean are Dally and Sunday by mall,.,.,, ,,,.H,M klJ lkt iWuBjruu. riMOwl. DwM ar! L..1 li.flr.ia 11 t.w.f.nrl... V W Acton, ent were Rev. Hays, Rev Spire and easily pleased. They are entitled to LT H,n t, the best ol their kind . , . Address THE INTEII OCEAN, Chicago. 5 u Wili nftlVfl W P Thomas. Our Pastor, Rev. Rev. Chandler. I' Shronder, division oj the county offices and ce 1 so much from Gathorod Prom Various Sourcosand Compiled for Our Roadors. d Have, 8atunay and Sunday. Rev. Spire delivered an excellent sermon Sunday iilcht, subject: Acquaintance of Christianity Miss Bessie Maddux, West 1'rovl dence, spent Saturday and Sunday In prt-eho- miRlit to demand thorn. IVmnrr.it,. nre rlve-l- l credit for casting M votes In the w unty.but the People's pitty is not given ciedlt for tingle vote Justice to all The pc Is what nil pirurs want wnen 11 comes to county offices, but just nt this time the lit) mi leaders, niter they pick up nil the nominees, arc ctyltig, ' unli dy couihlnstlon nnd tree silver " Ol isow Republic in. The jowl I nt,,,!! 11 11 ad-nn- Rpi UntJCAH- t- thought I to let you . would write you a few lines know how the people ol this part of the county nre gtttmg nlong fclnce the election, Farmers aic busy gath-- 1 cring corn and touie nic dclnetlng tobacco, for which they nre getting someol them fivedollnis per hundred Many lings hac died in this section In the last two months, but Is going away I thing the cholera now. Mr. James Eudaly in still iu n very bad fix et with his broken leg. Mr. G. R. Coleman is on the sick list. He Ins been In the bed for eight months nnd with his gtcat ngc is not likely to cvtr get out among his neighbors ngnln, Leslie T.inuer is recruiting fiom nn attack of pneumo' IJOITUH l'i:llHHIVi r. Mllct' feat lirt-atUod-aen- f m l bo-gi- ns. first-cla- liw-ye- Republican The and the St. Louis u at one year for CASTORIA 2rW wind-blow- n Republican The and the Louisville Daily Post both pa pers year for $2.75. w I .- -J et OASTOniA. &&. e PAPERFOR $2.00 tnor-oug- e, 1 parti-e.uii- sm Aaso-elat- ed Ro-si- The Republican and the New York Tribune both papers one year $l.25. r $1.00 -- s, : Weekly f tei OGEAtf. two-fol- I m ' " ,....,,, y t.l. -. t e $0tf rr 5wij?j5i4uiMjaica I&V9 Subscribe for Tho Republican and got .', lr MaMMt0MtMtaMtOef . v i &&? s HWlMlimriWI KIII'W HWillilnH),iilnll.inHH(atW.i,iliHyi in iminiTnninfcvaiV n ma unMfrfl il inrrmvnninirlrifiiiiu;iin.iunt.nl,i Trado with Carson & Co Ladles nndchildicu'N union Carson & Co's CAPES ANDJACKETS --- -Fair Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. Mr. II. Wettstein, n ontorprislng citizen of Byron, 111., writes: "Before I paid much attention to regulating tho bowels, I hardly know a well dayj butslncu I learned tho evil results of constipation, and the efficacy of well-know- ,,,. .1..- -. Awarded suits at Highest Honors World' ..pM. - .i .i,!.. - .f. ,....,. .r) Pair. Bros. & Co. For children' Mines sizes 2 to8 SvC ChlKOIl i Co. Heavy canton flannel 5c and 8c nt Fulr Bros. & Co's. In town 'DH Arc now showing the pretties lines of Hon. E. I. Oufly, Frauklort, was this week. 35c to $1 CREAM AYER'S ' Faclnators, Hoods, Ironi at Fair Bros. & Co's. BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. Fre A pure Crjpe Creim of TarUr Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. g Now is k The Time m Allfft4tfcnflBNIS IKSX II SM 3Z I pi K ! J2J And Jackets r Sver Brought io Ohio (Jocmiy, Our line comprises the output of two factories; the styles are right, the quality is the best, the prites re the lowest. . f LADIES FINE BEAVER JACKETS Black and blue $3; Ladies black and blue boucle jackets $3 to $5; capes $2, trimmed in braid or fur; handsome beaver capes, trimmed in buttons$3.50 to $7, misses jackets, utee 8 to 12 years, $1.50 to $5. We hare a complete line of ladies cloth in tan, brown, black and blue to make capes and infants cloaks. rv We can please you in style, quality and price. Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. rF'ad.D: Bros. , z Co. !E:ro-E:reto:rs- flaxlford Jcmple of fashion. A Call. Wc the undersigned Republicans ol Hew fall dress goods at Carson & East and West Fordsville voting Co's. precincts solicit the candidacy ol M. Call on U. L. Bulllngton (or any- - S. Ragland (or the office ol County thine In the tonsoral line. Court Clerk of Ohio county, pledging Call on IS. L. Bulllngton. -- ; fr It y Bullington ia prepared to give you him our hearty support: T W Osborne, W R Jones, the best shove or hair trim. W T Keown, S F Kissinger, Wantbd A rood milch row with Henry C Truman, Jas A Cooper, Singleton Huff, young cal(. Call at this office. Sam Keown, K Newton, Mrs. Clarence Walker, Louisville, George Bradfield. P Reuben Wright, Robt. McCIeary. is the guest ol Mrs. H. P. Taylor . J D Westerfied, J It Crowe, Children's woolen underware any R y Well, J M Marlow, size you want at Canons & Co's. Morris Wilson, F M Wilson, We want you eggs, feathers and J II Whlttinghlll, WPeckenpaugb, Loienso Marlow, O P Richard, Carson 8c, Co. chickens. : ,t J 'WtylnisVeaU', J C Cobb, ' red flanl We can bell you S O Keown, J W Smith, nel at isc per yard at Carson & Co's. Jno M Key, J D Keown, . Our Job Department is always C C Brown, W D Mitchell, k (or you at ready to do your J C Miles, P T Smith, tie lowest cash figures. ilDSmith, BWrMiles, . i '' ", JJUoberta, good, We want a large quality of hoops for flour barrels. Attention Tnx-ii- ) ml Casson & Co. Alter nest Monday, Nov. 30, six We have a fine line oi teachers' per cent, penalty will be added to all grade cards (or 35 cents per hundred. unpaid taxes. As your Sheriff, I have Send in your orders. been too lenient lor my own good We have made arrangements by and must now have the money. Extra which we can (urnish the Louisville men. will now be. put, la th'q, field to Evening Post and the Habti'ORD gather in this, tax nnd they will be inRepublican (or $a 75 per year. This structed to levy on property when ia(undoubtedly the greatest ofler ever said tax is not paid on demand. If You will get 365 levies have to be made, n charge ol put to the people. paptra every year for the small sum 50c will be addd on account ot ex'.rr fie ready (or us, of $3.75. Take advantage of the of- cost of collecting' Your servant, when we call. fer at once. , C. P. Keown, Sheriff. NIIINULK VIIAVKI t ''Since theelection farmers are worl lng with new energy. Thehuumilng Mr.,B, P. Petty, of Fordsville. is ' ofewheels (not silver wheels) and the announced in this week's .isue as a renewed sound oi the forge indlcateJ candidate for the office ol Assessor ol the return of the American people to Ohio county, subject to the action ol prosperity. !', the Republican" party. Mr.- Petty ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas who are, stiff--' yvas In the late war, and belonged to ering with typhoid (ever are thought the 17th "Kentucky, nnd has been a He has an Republican ever since. to be no better. - Rev. W. E. Cook has Just closed a extensive acquaintance throughout t V four days meeting at this place. The the county and will poll a large vote. church was revived and some sinners, A protracted meetwere awakened. ing begun at Beulab. Church Thursv ..., 4'y night. , The Republicans of this side of the who they. , river have already decided want to make the race for the various . UUf-county offices for next term. Amo'ngi the chosen are R. C. Tarnagin (or -Thx family circle School Superintendent; S. is never so happy, for.Sheriff, and S. A. Anderson for after the chain U Circuit Court Clert. These are all broken and a link good men and in the right place and'' taken. Some family chains are strong, if they make the race the people of others weak. Have t'lb side of the river will heartily you a good family , support them. hlitorv? Oris there a tendency to couzru. The l!olort Volrra. throat or bronchial troubles. . ,. ..It gives us great pleasure that we weak lungs? Has a brother, can begin to realize thatour Oovern- sister, parent or near relative "' or will continue at his present place had consumption? Then your lias ot least until his term family chain is weak. , nearer expired. We wish him to ret Strengthen it. Take SODTTS Oil main and we hope to read of mote. EMULSION of Cod-livRepublican help going to Franktprt with .Hypophosphltes. It makes rich blood, gives strength for the purpose of speedily improving 'and vigor to weak lungs and We .he condition bl State affairs, ,, n constitutions. With cap only ask Justice to all, but as for its aid the system throws off States Senator some of us, are United acute coughs and colds. It prevery anxious to see things turn in favents the chain from breaking. vor of the Hon, Jno, W, Lewis. Our Slull w ttad you a book about UUa, free? reasons accord with those already exI'M ul. by all 4nigtU at sac, n4 iio pressed by some of the white Repubs SCOTT 4 DOWKE, NtwYork, Job-wor. - Broken. T Chain ILW er ' run-dow- licaus. J. D. Walkkr, Did you ever examine our stock of restored." dresa goods? We are headquarters Miss Gertie Monroe left Sunday for for such goods. Carson & Co. Louisville whetc she will make a visand relatives. finish-I- I Enir J. II. Patton has purchased it to friends Rev. O. M. Wilson filled his reguthe livery business of Field & aud will take posession next lar appointment at the M. E. Church Sunday and Sunday night. Tuesday. Medal ana Diploma at World's fair. Mrs. R. P. Hocker spent Monday The following named persons have in Hartford with her sister, Mrs. L.B. Ta Rtttcrt Jtrtigtb, tiki flier's Strupirilla paid their subscription to TIib Bean. since , our last issue: H. Mrs. F. O. Austin and litle daughtPay your taxes quick. T. Shreve, Select; Geo. W. Swope, ers, Nell and Marie, returned Sunday Sheriff Keown wants tax money. ocOwensboro; U. S. Tabor, Alex; J. T. from Louisville, New line piush capes at Fair Bros. Davh, Cromwell; A. W. Black, Hor-toMr. John Millard, a pupil of Beaver Mrs J. A. Wedding, Horton; Dam Seminary, left Wednesday to &Co's. Sam Smith, Hartford. finish teaching the school of J. N. Circuit Court is in session this Marriage licence: Jno. W. Hocker Likens, South Beaver Dam. We reweek. to Sarah E. Schroader, Y. L. Mosely gret his leaving us, but wish him Boy's Clothing Irom 4 to 19 at Carto Daisy D Hudson, Aris S. Warfield well in his undertaking. , son & Co, s. Mr. II. D. Hunt returned Saturday to Hattie Jones, R. A. Anthony to Big line new calicoes 4c at Fair Nannie Bradfield, Hlley Taylor to from Louisville. Mrs. Mary R. Martin aud Miss AnBros &Co's. Lizzie Barnes, Haidy Shaver to Alice Moore, Ohas. Rela to Lizzie Mercer, na McKenney, Prof. E. R. Ray and Mr.Clarcnce Walker, ol Louisville, Mr. II. E. Brown spent Saturday and Mathias Hoops to Milla Kendall. was in town last Sunday. Sunday in Rochester; where; they nts Prof.j7L. Eluiore, Weaerfield, It has been wisely suggested that tended church services. the Town Trustees in putting stepwas in town las Saturday. Mr. Hiley Taylor and Miss Lizzie ping stones at the corners of the Barnes were quietly married at the Candidates, you need cards. Call Court House fence put down a solid residence of Rev. O.M. Wilson Tues nth Tint Republican office. stone walk way. This would be a day. They have gone to keeping Mrs. Ede Miller, Prcntls, is visiting great improvement over the old way house In the cottage vacated by Mr. daughter, Mrs. E P. Neal, her and would give the town the appear- W.G. McClure. Boys suits $1.75 to f.s boys over-coa- ance ol a city. We have talked to a Misses Attye Austin and Pearl Met$1 25 to ?sat Fair Bros. & Co's. number of our citizens nnd all seem calf were in Hartford Saturday, Dr. W. T. McKenney has returned Mr. Marion Statcler, of Florida, is to favor that plan. visiting friends and relatives in HartMr. Hilcy Taylor and Miss Lizzie irom his Butler county trip. Mr. Frank Casebier spent Sunday ford. . Barnes, of Beaver Dam, were married last Tuesday. The wedding was no afternoon in Rockport. Mrs. M. J. Williams has returned Mrs. E. H. Patterson, Hamilton, people had irom a visit to friends and relatives surprise as the young been sweethearts for a long time. and little cousin, Paxton Splnx, Cenat Oweasboro. first-clas- s They are both popular young people tral City, were in town Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Rowe, Oweusboro, visit- and have a large circle of friends who The R. E. G's have changed their ed her parents, Judge and Mrs. E. D. join in congratulations. Mr. Taylor time of meeting from Wednesday to Walker, this week. is a prosperous young business man Friday afternoon. Miss Maggie Miles, South Beaver Mr. Wayne Griffin, who is attend- while his bride is a young lady well ing school at Bowleng Green, has known nnd loved by everyone. They Dam, has gone to Louisville to spent the winter. will live at Beaver'Dam. been at home this week. Little Miss Sallie Hunt has been il The first announcement (or School Be ready to pay your taxes when this week, but is out again. the sheriff calls. He must have it Superintendent, Mr. Fon Rogers, will Mr. Oscar McKenney, Rochester, nonr. See notice to in be found in this issue. Mr. Rogers spent Sunday in town. is one of the foremost teachers of this pajtcr. Parrott, Taylor & Co., liverymen, Ohio county 'and has been teaching Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Rolph and Mr. and going to school for several years. have taken the agency for the McCorLem McHenry, Louisville, are the He is well qualified for the place and mlck Binder and Mower as well as a guests of their mother, Mrs. Tennie is a worthy young gentleman in ev- full stock of repairs and twine the coming season. The members of McHenry. ery respect. He is worthy, energetic their firm are known as hustlers and Hartford sports spent yesterday and ambitious, and his many friends we wish them great success in their hunting. Some had good luck while will be glad of the opportunity to new enterprise. others had good walking, but nil vote for him. Mrs. Ed Byers was in town this spent a pleasant time. Mr. Jno. T. King is announced week on a visit. this week as a candidate (or Jailer of Mr. T. W. Baker and wife, Goshen, Mr. W. S. Kirby who has been visiting the family of Mr. W. B. Hender Ohio county, subject to the action of .spent Monday in town with Mrs. P. party. Mr. King O. Austin. for several days has returned to his the Republican comes from a large family of RepubQuite a crowd attended . church at hoaie in Dallas, Tex. is popular wherever Liberty Sunday. Photographer Taylor is now at licans and justly has bad some little The series of meetings .conducted Beaver Dam, ready to do nil kinds of he is known. He " I I K fKI x ri 1 1 t experience in an official capacity, by Revs. Chandler and Bean, Harts PUotowork. He will be inhisgaU having served as Deputy Sheriff lor a ford, closed last week. lery every day except Monday. iS-t- f while. He Is a resident of West Messrs. Finney Duff, and Aithur Rough River Lodge, No. 1 ro, K. of Hnrtford'Preclnct Herald, Morgantown, spent Sunday ZEcL-w-a-Kc- L P. i9 now enjoying n healthy period in town. Mr. R. C. Jarnngln.of Beaver Dam, of its existence. Last Tuesday new Miss Beulah Coots was in Hartford Custommado Garmoats Fits Guarantood. officers were elected for the ensuing is announced this week as a candidate Sunday. Attyb. (or the offiee of Supcrlndendent of year. The lodge Is composed of the Why lull? very best young men ol Hartlord nnd Common Schools lor Ohio couuty, I want to ask this question in the surrounding country, and all are subject to the action of the Republican wideawake nnd enthusiastic in their party. Mr. Jarnagin is well known frarof God, to and for the good of a to a large number of the voters of certain few who frequent the house of work. Ohio county and will make a good God, and especially on prayer meetMr. R. A. Anthony. Phllpot, nnd ing nights, for no other motive but race. He is a school teacher of sever Miss ' Nannie Bradfield, 'Fordsville, to talk and lu'ugh during divine servnl years experience and is welt qualiwere married nt the Commercial Hos ices nnd also tear up paper and scatfied for the position. t'el Tuesday at noon, Rev. Jo. B. ter it upon the door. first anEqr J. A. Park is the Rogeis pronouncing. 'the ceremony. Why is it, that this certain ftw These are popular young people and nounced candidate lor County Judge. can't go to church nnd behave themwill be found In enter upon life with flittering pros His announcement selves like young ladies and gentlepects. Mr and Mrs. J. R. Murphv, this issue. Esqr.. Park asks the sup.' men should do? for the nomiport of the Republicans Fordsville, accompanied the p.uty. Why is It, that they can't see It's He is' a gentleman in every nation. Mr. Sam T, Baruett, who is a life respect and has a large acquaintance very rude and ugly, aud altogether long Republican, tells the people throughout the county and will have uncalled (or? Why Is it, that if they won't kneel through this issue ot Tub Rni'uuu-ca- n a large following. He is a man o' that he is a candidate lor the of- good, sound judgment and has a good or bow their heads during prayer, they will sit up and make fun of those fice of Sheriff of Ohio county, subject knowledge oi law and should he be to theactiou ,of the Republican paity. nominated and eleeted he will make who are leading the prayer? Why is It, yes, pray tell us why is Mr. Barnett Is a worthy gentleman, a goo official, It that this bad conduct in the house and isn farmer by occupation nnd Mr. Waggoner, the trerritory man of God during divine services, Is ln would make a first class official il Harvesting dulged in, not altogether by outsiders for the McCormlck elected. & o. Machine Co., was in town this week. or members,but by young For Assessor of Ohio county Mr G. He placed on agency at Beaver Dam ladles and gentlemen who hold memD. Royal asks the support c( the Rewith Parrott, Taylor & Co., will sell bership in some church? publicans hi this Issue. Mr. Royal the machines this year. It would Why is It, that they can't see and was only beaten a lew votes for the now be a capital Idea tor our boat peo- know also that by such conduct they nomination In 1894, ntul he polled ple to put up a large warehouse at this are destroying public worship and H0DGENVILL1, KY. every vote in Magan and Aetnavitle ulace. and then all the freight used depriving those of the pleasure of en Offers exceptional advantage to young ladles and gentlelor the neighboring 'towns would be precincts. He is as present Deputy hauled Irom this place. It would be joying the services who go there to men desiring a complete education at small cost. New Assessor nnd is a worthy, piinstak-inof great importance to the business do so? Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Libra official and should he be given Interest of Hartford. Why is it they don't remain away ry, Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual Commuthe nomination he will poll a large Mr. S. G. Rhoads, of Bartletts pre- if they are not going to behave themnity, Supports a Lecture Course. vote. He Is a resident of the Magan cinct, is announced in this week's isselves after they get there? SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR PREPARATION OF voting precinct and comes of a large sue ns a candidate (or the office of Why is it they do not turn their Teachers Review and Normal Training classes in section family of Republicans. Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the eyes Inward and see how sinful and at all tlmw, betides six other exhaustive and complete action of the Republican patty. Mr. unclean their own hearts are before ourse of study. We court investlvatlon. Send lor a Ovnrstookod. Rhoads was the Republican nominee God, and then while an opportunity catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST educaturn unto is afforded unto them Our stoies are chocked full of new, in 1890 and made a magnificent race Address tion can U obtained for the LEAST MONEY. desirable goods. We need money and and was only defeated by a small mathe Lord who will have mercy upon all communitlons to them and to our God who will abunsell these goods this and next jority. He is justly popular wherev must month Ii you want bargains uow Is er he Is known and will' inake a good dantly pardon and fit them for right the time to come to see us, In addi- race this time for the nomination and living here and alter death take them Hodgenville, Kentucky. tion to selling you goods cheaper should he be nominated and elected unto Himself in whose presence there is fullness ot joy and at whose right than other stores we ore going to give he will make a good official. away 10 costly presents to our cushand there are pleasures for everHtmyeU From my farm 4 .wiles West of Hart- more? Ronr. A. Crowb. tomers. 35 silver dollars and n handford, one brlndle steer, 3 years old, some gold watch are two of the pres Any Infor ents. The big pumpkin explalnshow ! marked two "dulaps." ThU U tlio txtt market and onn 11 tho homo to ihtp to. Wo raiko liberal ad. Tancei on oeu.lxnneiiU. Betide bar txiur tacUltlu than other houiea lu hailug We make specialties of mation leading to his aecovery will it Is done. (actorlM to iupplr. apot ton nnr tart traTcllug aetata. Bhlp Wa roaryou th and prlca and pa dlrvct caih i uot In Comto trada. Ha j6 jt wool all aim produoe Overcoats, Mclntoshes.Cloaks, Capes, be very greatfully received. HERNDON-CARTE- R W. P. SmvBNS.Haitford, Ky. Suits and pants, ladies Hatd, all I 110 Third Btraat, or 818 to 810 XurroU Court, LOUISVILI.B, XT. in kinds ol Shoes and Boots, Dry Goods, No cough remedy eqaals Dr. Bell's Dress Goods, Ciocerles &c. Highest Pine Tar Honey for anybody of any market prices for countiy ptoduce, ' ace. from inlancy on through life un til they are as old as Good Old Granny Metcalf. Atl druggists sell it. PiitfTsANT Rirort, Kv, For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro Fills, I have not had one day's sickness for over thirty years not ono attack that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wlfo hnd been, previous to our marriage, an invalid for years. She had a prejudlco against cathartics, but as poon ns she began to uso Ayer's Tills her health was mikrS' Ladles new Shoes the latest thing out at Caison & Co's. Rev. J. S. Chandler conducted Thanksgiving services at the Methodic Church vcsUrlay. I 1 III vvvvwHigivia km: w -- ii K JFOR THE Itsqr J H. Patton has purchased Mr. J. P. Stevens' residence in the Southern part of town. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. BEAVER DAM. f HARTFORD I REPUBLICAN 1 H In the hot campaign just ed it has never failed to prove m I AYER'S Cathartic Pills Hoi-broo- k, itself tiueto the Republican 1 n; party and to the whole people. It has given the news as it curred without misrepresentation. il , sa IF YOU ts WANT Anything in the Job Printing line we can do it for you promptly and in shape. The best out fit in 'Western Kentucky and the best printers only employed The BEST work only, Prices reasonable. g tax-paye- NEWSIEST COUNTY PAPER IN KENTUCKY. "Subscription $1.25 Per Year. 1 The Hartford Republican 4 mmmmmMMmmGn04 IfSose Sz, Co. non-churc- Represented bv parson 'KENY0N COLLEGE- g K.onyon college. WOOL. WOOL. bt (t The Republican and Louisville for SI .25. mercial both ono year CO. ES Jones & Morehea,cJ, fr2a0BBSSt" ! Take THE REPUBLICAN. rfAJ.1aWk'. l fi 0 Genoral Directory. STATK Hartford Republican. PKIDAV, NOVKMmm 20, 1S9G tolnngi' Inwi could be eomnniiod. mid tpeeitliiilon Imvu nothing to 1I0 with cither inuveiiicnt of whit. it" THREE YEAHS AGO C. W. moans Tubules. WnTflTiii" i! Hlpfttis Tnlmlcs: Itlpmis Tabu In ouro natnim. rnryp t'uniiY Writ n. Suit. I'nrinrrn lluy The fanners who have been Influenced by the promlw that wider free rolnngo they would get more mono) for their crop would hnvo taken 110 stock In the cheap money moveinenlhnl tlioy been told nt the rnmc time that they would have to pay nt leust twlco as .nuch money for tho tliliign iJnoy need. Thnt all trade Is simply Ixirter, that men do not raise wheat or muliPRtoven In irtilor to get money, but goods which The sufferer from catarrh, perhaps. they can use, Isaprlmnrj Innon In po-more discouragement In jttlcnl economy which every voter meets with seeking a cure than those nflllctcd Miotild thoroughly understand. Theo After ex- Is not one man In a thousand that would with all other ailments. hausting the skill of the best physibuy 1111 article at rv hifrli price when h Inhaling various mixtures, cians, and lould get one Just as good nt a low or lug out large sums for doctors' pa) lees and medicines, he finds himself , price. What mon would not do wi Indicither as bad off as at first or a great viduals tluv would notdo nn n nnt'on If thoy know thnt their Interests as con-- t deal worse. The cause of this Is easily explained. tuners won- - nil on the side of theehenp-c- r The disease Is In the blood, and only a goods. And In spite of optil!at aril real blood remedy can possibly have xlherlte pietcnncs that debasing tho any effect upon It. The doctors being eiiiiency would glc thorn more wenlth unable, with their stereotyped remedies of potash and mercury, to cure in oxcJinngo for tliMr productH, tho diseases of the- blood, direct their . furmcrs arc rapidly finding out thnt tho prices of their staple oropH nro flert efforts toward treating the symptoms of the disease, and Ignoring Its In the gold Mm.i1.ird eoun'rlcs, nnd thnt vcn If thry did get morochenp money cause. The Inhaling of various sprays, and use of washes, etc., Is but a sufor sonic thing they hnve to sell they perficial and temporary treatment, would lo met with double prices w her-evand cannot possibly effect a cure. they went to buy. When this truth bpeomen generally known, tiiere will bo 110 more complaints against cheap goods. Knanor Wns Curod of Chronio Catarrh His Curo ItomainsPor- - ni'riCIAUl Governor William O. Hmillpy. Lieut. Governor V. J. Worth-iuptoSccrolarynfSlntc Clmrlei Fin Icy. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor-Sam- uel II. Stono. Triuttircr Geo. W. Long. OommUeioncr ot Agriculture, HorStntietics Lucas nml ticulture murium!' mi inn it inmtwimn. Deaf SEE j, t v raanont. .Mil gfeaif mII'ii iir 'I... JgLyL- - 6)K.rg.it ii.yinliUffi'i .n.1.;..;. From Catarrh. - Mrs. Josepihnr Poliiili.. Mrs. Josephine Polhlll, of Due West, S. C, was for jcars a sufferer from this distressing complaint, and has learned by experience its tortures. She says: "For j cars I was the victim of the worst case of catarrh that I ever heard of. I was treated by several doctors, and took numerous medicines claiming to cure the disease, but Instead of being benefitted my condition grew worse steadily. "The trouble became so that I was entirely deaf In one car. It Is difficult to describe my condition, but some idea of the ravages of the disease can be obtained when I state that all the inside of my nose, Including part of the bone sloughed off. It can be readily understood how offensive all this was, and how unbearable my condition became. When the disease had gone this far the physician gave me up as Incurable, and told me I would never be any better. "Reading of many similar cases being cured by S. S. S., I determined to try It as a last resort. I soon discovered that all my former treatment had been wrong, as the disease was In the blood, and only a blood remedy could cure It. I began to Improve at once, and grew better as I continued to take S. S. S. It seemed to get at the seat of the disease, and after a few weeks' treatment I was entirely cured, and for morethan seven years have had no sign of 'the disease." Catarrlr Is one of the blood diseases, and only a thorough blood remedy will have any effect upon it. S. S. S. Is the only blood remedy that Is guaranteed deep-seated deep-seate- d Purely Vegetable and cures Catarrh, Cancer, Contagious Illood Poison, Sciofula, Rheumatism, Eczema, and all other diseases arising from impure blood. Books on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. WHY WHEAT IS UP. lte4auo of !U4luiil hupp!) uml ImrtaneU IHniuml. In 1801 the wheat harvests of Europe were ctiuordinarily bad, ami as our crop was the largest we cer harvested Me had an mormons export. But since then our exports hnc been steadily diminishing, from ?23,O0O,0OO bushels In lb01-to 120.000.OCO biislielR in 1605-During this period of deei eased demand for our wheat tin Argviitmv Itepubllc enme to the front as an ..wporter, and the pike of wheat naturally enough ended downward. lleeibolitii, one of the highest authorities upon the wheat market, computes that the world's w heat crop aeraged 202,000,000 rjunrtors, of eight bushiU, for the- four .vcais 1883-r270,000,000 for tho four years 18S7-0r.iul 304,000,000 quarters for the four 'lhenstimatt.dincrea.soln j cars, 1801-tho demand for wheat for food is 2,000 quarters a jear, and in eight cars U0 tho supply increased not 10,000,000 quaiters, but 42,000,000 q.iartcrs. That iho price should fall was incvltiblc. Hut tho world's mailable supply of w heat on July 1, according to w as 23,000,000 bushcls.lcss than It was one jonr before, and Uie world's crop for this je.ir Is estimated by tho Liverpool Corn Tindo Nmvs at 00,000,-(H)- 0 bushels loss than last jenr. This makes the supply 118,000,000 bushe.s less than tho supply n year ago. Thoes- timute of this year's crop Is 03,000,000 bushels less thou tlio nverage. crop for the four years 1801-Tho nlormal in-- c renso of demand duo to Increase of population hlnvu tbo middle or average ticriod would bo olnt In that four-yeubout 03,000,000 miMiels. Tho conditions nro very fin arable, therefore, for n advance In price. Tldoudvancc, due to the buying of American gialn for Europe, begnmery slowly. As the pur- hnses Increased, tho price rose faster. When American wheat was shipped to Australia mid India, both of which are nccustomul to export wheat, tho price jumped suddenly. Vesf-e- l room for outgoing wheat was well engagvd early In , nud only when It beeaino the evident that Europe, inul got to buy all wo could sell and luul already cnmgcil the ships to enrry It to her, did the price here rife rapidly. , The following pro tho lowest and li'ghest quotations on tho New York produce cxehnngo for cash wheat. No. 2 1 t, -Ilrad-street'4. 2 July I..., .,fi.VStC7?, July IS .. MJMH Auk I... Aiir 15.. .co em. tiipt aifjaU 1 led: ticpt 8 CHtflC6l Sept. 15 Rcpt. K Oct. o Oct 13 Oct 20 ISVfiTOH MMmtt W.TOW tii.1Wi mJiknl ov compare thefeLMlslngprlcusvvltu tjio sk'iullly lucjensliifr oxortH for ihreo months nnrl three vclcsi July Hxports o( whent, Includ ing uour, l2,!Ui,f' 13.200.713 10,:3T,374 Increase over last yenr, 4.0M.r71 AUKUSt Septemlicr thrco weeks C.193.ES1 purtly eBtlnialcd..,.12.KT.U3 tU?7.K iHsuTt Totni Hero Is 11 n Incrcaso of ubout one-halTo bo exnet, It wns n llttlu more over 4.U2.U1 the export of win at nnd flour for th tonvsp(iii(ilii(r tlneo moutliH nnd thrto VMvks of IdOS. VwsaOs to carry (Train hnvc been rhnrtcml both on tho Atlantic and tho 1'uclflo conhta for dutca na far ahead su next April, and tills prowls now preposterous Is the prctciiK: of the K'horltcs thut the iidaii'0 In wheatli the rosult of a "bull" iwnemont men b n lot of for th wilie of Influcnclnfr tlu ckwtlan. 'I here Is a Fhortngo of wlufit, and the pi Ice Is going up, jiut m It vvem ilowu vJieii wIumI mik uroilucil faster than V. Knatur, C. Sheldon, Iowa, SI UHFfV M B.M1111M vvtltes nslollows: "I had been troubFAC-SIMI- LE led with catarrh for over two years; Monro. ,.,., ll...,.!, '.,; w '' Superintendent Public Instruction- so bad nt last thnt I could not work A'cBclablolrcparnfionror AsGeo M. Davison. I two or three days in n week but similating I Register Land Offlco Uhos. O. tried two doctois without nny relief uoynohl. At times I was so lmltlnt insurance, llureau Uommisstoner W. Comitigoro. nyt hear, After tislnp nine bottles , ol l'e tu im I was completely ctued iiuji.tnnt ueneriu u it Voincr. Promote9l)igcslion,Chcctfiil-ncssandlTcst.ContilStato Librarian Mrs. Mnry 13rown and believe Pe rti im will do all jj u nclllicr clnliu ll the diiectious ore lllmvtd, Day. Opiurn.Morplilnc nor Mineral. IIAILIIOAI) COVIMIsatoNKIiS. ON It to nil whnpf t licittilv J no C. Wood, chairman; J. F. I should call fl'Ctcd with catarrh Dempsey, Secretary ' my cute lastlPK, lor I hive been Samuel F. II. S. Irwin. lJrown. apcyouarSitivasmMa. working in nn elevator lor line years CoMlltEB-IONA, JUyXi. (among the dirt nr.il durt of wheat ) ' Senators Hon. W illiani C. Litid could be made of OF EVERT Niptcater jtmtitn say, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. mi) cu'e: than thne yens' expoMue Representative Fourth District 1 the dusl nnd dirt of n grain elevaOB1 Hon. John W. Lewis. tor This letter is it sample of those LraiSLATunn. state we receive dally They coiuc unsoliSenator Hon. A, D. James. Apcrfccf Remedy forConsllfwi-llocited and unrewarded They express Representative Ohio County Hou. Sour Slornacri.DiarThoca, ,Fc"crish-ucs- s the sentiments of the writer in words C. M. Harnett. Worms Conundrum. that ate direct nnd lotciblc. nndlOSS OF SLEEP. OHIO COUNTY. The report of tho director of the mint A Uok on c.itiirth will be sent to for the jenr 1804 shows, at page 17, any address by the l'e-iCIItCUIT COUKT. TacStmila Signature of na Drug 1804 the United Mnnulactiitiug Campany, Columbus, that from 1S78 to Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owcub 430,040,701 flnu ounces j Obir States paid for boro. botlUt coir. It Outorit Is pit p In NEW YOHIC. of slhcr $404,210,203. The present Hon. J. Eduin Rowo, Attorney Is not sold la balk. Iicn't llo injecs ts Mil fine Is 03 cents, price of silver per ounce NEVADA'S TWO Uivensboro. too iijulog slit oa its pits or promin 1111 11 and the value of thnt bought Is li "Jmt 11 gooil" b4 "wilt stiwir rnij pir- T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. los on the transaction, Senator Jonct Wus Uverv Inch The (lold B I poM." tilt yea git G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. present to $103,- therefore, nmounts nt Man In 1H74. Tit Im- B. I). Riugo, Master Commissioner 244,907. Who got the money paid for Nevada's two senators arc now n hot lira call! tXACT C0PVOF WRAPPCn. ' the slher? What hnve they done with for slhcr as any two men In the United Hartford. Itl7 llftitiil TTIJHt. any of It been Invested or Slates. No, one would suppose from the it? lias G. B LikcDs, Trustee Jury Fund loaned In tho south or west? If so, way that Senatois Jones mid Hartford. where? nov denounce "goldbugs," "Shyloeks," Cal. P. Keown. Sheriff Hartford. "Wall street shaiks." "crime of '73." J . mi ties Samuel Keown Hartford etc., that both of these gentlemen not THE GAMBLE. ..oe Roberts, Fordsvillc; Thos. R. onl) voted for the "crime of '73" in tho Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, A 1'oolUh Proceeding for Men Who Toll senate in 1573. but that both were then Crotrell. TELZaSATHT, rSKUAKSBIP, ETC. for their Lit lug. the two most pronounced golr'bugs In Court convenes first Monday in Wage earners should not gamble w 1th this country. Millions of copies of &.-....&-- .March and August nud coutiiiucsthrco their wages. Certainly the) should not pamphlets nnd cards containing quota.. do so w hen the dice are loaded ugnluat weeks, nnd third Monday in May and tions from the speeches of Senator them, and It Is a case of "heads I win! Stewart In 1974 are In circulation, and November two weeks. and tails) oil lose." He can win nothing, Who desires to better bis or bor condition in life, should write for ncarl) every ton ml money newspaper COUNTY COl'RT. but may lose much, If he gambles with has printed extracts from thess tbe catalogue of tbo John P Morton, Judge Harttnrd. owners and takes ttp-the slher mine speeches. Senator Jones was also one D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. politicians. from the free slher of the conspirators who decapitated E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. No. 400 THIRD BTnEET. LOUIBVlLLE, KY. No slherlte claims that free coinage slher In 1873. He hnd not repented In Court convenes first Monday in wages. The most 1S74. ns Is evident from his eulogy of would rnlse actual each month. would gold In the senate In April, 1874. they say Is that the Ho QUARTERLY COURT. j not lose much In the purchasing power then said In part: Begins nn the third Monday in of his wages and I lint ho would be likely "Gold Is the articulation of commerce. January, April, July and October. to have steadlei work when the "more It Is the most potent agent of civilizaCOURT OF CLAIMS. money" period Is reached. Perhaps. tion. It Is roM that has lifted tbe nations It has to But what should most concern those from barbarism. promote done more and In- Convenes first Monday in January, society, to Industry who exchange labor for dollars Is that ouro ns reivarus, to inspire progress, to and Tuesday nfier the fourth Monday their dollars should not shrink In value. encourage science and the arts, than gun- in October. Looking at the question in the light of powder, steam and electricity. The use of OTHER COUNTY OFFICFRS. gold had Its origin In the necessities oM history and of reason, Itnppenrs practiLouisville, Ky. mankind. The human G. S. Filzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur S. E. Cor. 5tli and Market Sts, Is set upon It, cally certain that the sKteeu to 0110 It will command the heart services of proper Springs. free coinage dollar w ould purchiisc only ever) body at all times and In all places. N. (3. Daniel, Aesessor Cromwell. 1 ne necessities n men compel Its use are oj about half as much as the present dol- Irexomble as they were at the Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. HartAffords the be.--t facilities fur thorough pructical training In SHORTlar. although Improved s) stems of exThe Mexican dollar is free coinage change have diminished the proportionate ford. HAND TYPK WRITING nnd HOOK KKKPING Success nfwrt.1 i L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur THREE MONTHS. legal tender dollur which contains more volume necessary to do the work. Term moderate. Pupils assisted to POStTIOW "So exact effort eiher than would ours, jet It puichasea that when Ita measure Is It to human money Springs. when competent men furnished Stennjraphcra FRHE OP Is exclusively used as only halt ns much as a gold dollar. Thh It teacLes the very habit of honesty. It C. R. Campbell, Poorhoueo CHARGE is true of all other free slher countries. deals In nor tolerates false neither Keeper, Hartford. It cannot lie. It keeps Its promises Everywhere the value of the coin is 3ES.ITNTC31-- , JUSTICES C0UHT8. measuied by the value of the bullion in to rich and poor alike. While It has seen human Institutions perish and human FoitDSVULE. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's it. governments crumble and decay. It Is ItFerry, March 21, June 20, If the price of slhcr should rl&o to self Imperishable. Tho gold that was In Solomon's temple posieesed the some qualS1.20 an ounce In gold, the September 19, December 1.9 ities as tho gold dug from would neither lose nor g.iln by free of Africa. The gold ot California the sands Mends Punctured Tiros BuforI). Ben F. Graves March and the coinage. If, as Is certain, the price does cold of Australia are precisely the same. 26, June 25, September 24, DecemVI litlt iii Itliti ni.il cot rise but little or not at all, then the It dene the corroding hand of time and ber 24. wage earner has lost half of his wages tho friction of ages. It Is the common deHartford. A S, A till March 5, makes posslblo until he can by threats and strikes In- nominator of values. It and the equitable June 4, September 3, December 3. tho classification of labor duce his employer to raise wuges. His Interchange of commodities. Oold has InNo walking home. No taking, out ot Woodward Rosine. C. L. own and his fa.mil) 's food, shelter and tervened In the bargains mode between Guaranteed not to injure valves. civilization, and It March 13, June 12, September 11, clothing are at stake. He gambles w 1th men since the dawn of fulfill has One treatment insures your tireri. them when there Is nothing to be won, part never failed to faithfully servant Its December 11. ot as the universal agent and Cromwfll. Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch tires against leaks for a ear. but probably poverty and starvation If mankind." . 7, June 7, September 5, Deho loses. Will he enter Into such an unCan coutaing enough puueturoid Do Von Want Bliteen-CcDreadr fair game? cember 5. for two tires. For sale by Micycle Circulars addressed! "To tho Mistress A Eerlotu experiment. Dealers, or sent postpaid, to any of tho House," hove been sent out by The frro coinage of slher and tho (suPatrithousands by tho on receipt of PRICE, $t 00 T.tADft 1URK bstitution of a new unit and measure of otic league. They aro hradedi "Does nenliiraxCnnnol lie I'll rr4 value for tho existing one In the busiYour Market Basket HohJ Too Much " By local applications, as they cannot ness transactions of the count! y aio ann this is an extract: reach the diseased portion of the ear. Trcsent not nn ordinary experiment which can rrlce unfler price. fr silver. There is only one way to cure deafbo safely tried aud abandoned w r jen, per ness, and that is by constitutional It found injurious, becr.uso BUKiir. Dcr noumA":::::: Dutter, per pound the Immediate consequences of such a fottve. per pound. Deafness is caused by an remedies. IB step would be so aud so Ham, per pound inflamed condition of the mucous linper pound... 0 nice, enduring that they would continue to Cheese, per pound 18 ing oi the Eustachian Tube When M be felt for jears after the policy had Ponp, per round 10 L'l3cult. per pound this tube sets inflamed you have a been reversed. It Is Incumbent, there30 Apples, per peck fore, upon thote who insist upw t.w rumbling sound or impeded hearing Hour, per nacic 15 .W Ubbs, rer dozen revon adoption the of this 08 .U and when it is entirely closed deaflircart, per loaf olutionary policy to show plainly What do you think about It? Do your and conclusively In advance not only dollars buy too rauch nowt Do you want ness is the tesult, nnd unless the FOR ot prices for can be taken out and this that It would result In no injury, but to risk A certain doubling small Increase tho In a chance of that It would be positively beneficial, soke of Think It over, a uhen you have tube restored to its normal condition, Farraora and Villagors. and wages? for If not positively beneficial tho made up jour mind tee that you use all hearing will be destroyed lotever; FOE change, would at least be wholly useour Influence to make rotes for tho party of every ten are caused less. This cannot bo done by appeals of honest money, and wages that ulll fill nine onsea out the market basket by catarrh, which is nothing but an to the excited passions and prejudices Fathors and Mothors, inflamed condition ot the mucous surof the people, by attempts to nrraj one Tliolr rmorlte VTord. IOR class of our cltUcns or one section of Ilrjun Certainly. I said once that 1 face. our country ugainst another or by looto wo not a democrat, but Sons and Daughtors, We will give One Hundred Doland extravagant statements unsupAltgeld Oh, yes, there Is n gold lars for any case of deafness (caused ported by facts and reasons. The quesleuscs, but FOR clause In those by catarrh) that cannot be cured by tions Invohcd are too serious, tho Intertrue I Insist on gold In Hall's Catarrh Cure Sow nil It Send for circuests to ba affected are too large, and the my conlmeta, but All tho Family. FJ.C1IHNF.Y&CO , lars free. common sense of tho people Is too Teller Yes, I do own a slher mlno Toledo, O. 15 4t strong to Justify or even excuse this somewhere In Colorado, but Sold bv druggist 75c. Hall's FamWith the closo of tbe Presidential campaign TI10TRIDUNL recog-iiue- 3 Hon. John 0. course of treatment Of courte, I own a ullvcr Slblc ily Fills are the best. It, Carlisle. I have never denied the fact that the American people are nuw anxious to gtvo their attentoo, mine, To meet this condition, pontics will tion to home and buine interests. ....Does your dollar buy too much? but liavo far less f pace nud prominence, until another Stnto or Natuiniilocci' Has the money which the farmer gets A Malitdf. (inn dcmamls renewal of the fight for the principles for which the T RIB tor Hole our politics, for his crops too great a purchasing Grlmohaw What Is A desirable farm of one hundred UNE has labored from its inception to tho present day, and won its greatIs there nnjlxxlyu ho prefers sir? dollars vhleh will buy few things to Gofisaw ny I'm n Arm believer In the acre, situated near Hartford, well est victories. e cflnrt will bo put forth, nnd money freely spent, to Every those which can bo exchanged for many free and unlimited oolnngo of silver, watered a good oiched, two hundred ' a NATIONAL FAMILY Hlr. things? If to, jou can easily bo make the WEEKHYTWBUNE bearing trees, good buildings, and In NEWSPAPER, with cheap Mexican dolGrlmshnw Iluhi thnt Isn't polltlcsl inlerestini'. instructive, entertaining and indispeiuible to good eomrounity. For fuither par- each member lars. Now, don't nil spealc atoncol It's a dUese.--I,ncof the family. ticulars call at this office at once, tf 0Y0LIST, . ...Tlo Ilryan free coinage A BABY patty V furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY wishes to destroy our present mone TRIBUNE, Loth pnpeis Ds Moines Has a tary HjKteiu. It wishes to replnco It Nmiit l'piermxl llii KicUem. Child Wh. Rides a Wrucl. with n standard money of silver dollnra Saint Peter, it is said, sits out by wheie every dollar would bo worth only Aniilo Ilraln Is perhaps tho the silver It contains namely, 10 cents. youngest t Ick rldor In tho world, If the heavenly gates, his hand on the 1-25 Do jou prefer oui present dollar vvoith uof tho youngest child who over strings of n lyre, and he sings, as he tho Address all orders to loo cents or n silver stnndard uoller rodo a bicycle Sho Is thrco years sits, a low song, as he waits for the worth only 50 cents? old, nnd his been riding for two souls of those who expire. He hears Hie rroblein for WorklujriDea. months. Her parents llvo In Des distance the chorus ot song JESLsr. The slheritcs promise that tho vorl- - ' Moines, la., where her father Is In in the that swells at tbe foot of the throne, higher wages, but they business. Inginnn will get Write your name nnd address on a postal enrd, send it to Gto. W Ilea us thut nil commodities of life and he smiles as the music is waited Room 2, Tribune Building. New York City, nnd sample copy olTHK also tell The wheel she rldos was tnado to will rlso In price. Do they guarantee u framo nnd along nnd warbles this lay ot his own: NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. order. It has a thutvMiges will rUu In thofiamc proporIs geared to atl. Tho wheels aro 1 i ' Theie is loom in this region for tion? Thuehincesnio they will not, because employcis nocr, or very seldom, Inchoi high, and tin weight Is less millions of souls, who by sotrow and 'llir.Snnlli'H Unit lliiriciiin than 10 pound). The tiny machine woe were bereft; 'tis for those who raise tho wuges of their employes The Democratic party was swindled and cost $200. hate suffered the melody rolls, but Hut, ndmlttvd tbatvv-agewill is silver-platethis year when it traded with the rise In propoitlou to other articles, After a very few lessons on tho must tutn to the left. Maryland, Kentucky, Populists. what will the worklngmnn gain by it? wheel, given by her father, Miss the kickers DISEASE One thing ts certain, that If, under a Annla was nolo to rldo alone, and There is room here for the people who Delaware and West Virginia weielovt kilter Miiniliird, the worklngman will bIio can now go whore sho plcasoj when they werejoung persisted in And is the result of colds and sudden and the Solid South broken for tl e have his wages ralsinl In tho same climax changes. first time. In addition to this South with ease. She plckod up tho uu sowing wihl oats, but who boomed up ineasme in which pi lees of other artiFOR YOUR PROTECTION lost its old friends. New York, New sho performs by their city with sinew and tongue, but cles and commodities of life will bo morous tricks that raised, ho will hatu It uftern very hard watching her elders and tho fow pro- the kickers mutt go with goats. We positively state that this teuidly Jersey, Connecticut nnd Indiana, 'nnd desjiorate struggle. Is it worth fessionals sho saw. To these sho There is room for the people who does not contain mercury or any inn which have so often protected us whilo to undertake n strugglo for years added trick's of her own invention, nolnted with nride to the beautv and er Injurious iiitrg. It was a against Republicanism. In order to gain thosamo which helms until now sho can give n porformauco growth ol their town, who kept sing. bargain In which, the South, putlcu now and run a risk of getting less? conUilns many now feats. Sho that lug its ptai'e and charms till .they It acknowledged to be the most thor- larly, as drcldedly worsted, for In Dally Jewish Courier, has apcarctl at various blcyclo ' Cold in died, but the kickers will please am-- 1 ough cure for Nasal Catarrh, the loss 01 lour of her own Wanted Literature. meets in Iowa, and a short ttmo ago fever cf nil reme return They d say the music the Head and Hav Tho rlso In the price of whmt has captured the vhltors at a moot of ble down. opens and cleanses the nasal states and the same number of her "knocked tho utufllng" out of tons of the A. A. clubs. In St. Louis. was nil out ol tune, nud anpelle robes dies. It nlhys piin nnd wfhmatimi passiges, poKcratlo literature. It Is Htlll clr best friend, she gained the Populist ml for heals the sores, , protect Sho Is a member of tho Syraeuso hand me downs, and they'd the cuiateil by tho tnachlnc, however, aiul Dlcyclo club of Des Moines, und a jewelir to the moon to sample the Itom cold, restores the senses states ol Kansas and Nebr'uskt and a finds a placo In somo of the back couna watch So while their of tase nud smell. A pirtlcle Is aptry newspapers, but It makes very proudly carries which was as diminu- gold in their crowns small group of Rocky Mountain tive as herself, presented is room for millions of souls, who by plied directly Into the nostrels, Is moldy mullutr, Thepirty will know better t druggists or stvtes by othor mombors of tho club. Sh 51 cents berelt, we want arecnblesamples tnc by mail by mail: has numerous other prizes nnd sotrow nnd woe are Colum'ws Enquirer next time Til FLY UOTiIBKS, trophies won and presented to her, no complaints of the music that rolls, Sun. 56 Waneii Strict, New York so the kickers will turn to the left." N. V. World. f&&&4 THAT THE op 'ni BRySPTOH I '' ,. ihcToodnndHctfula-tlngtlicStomALhsondUowcb- SIGNATURE ltlpaua Tnlitilrfi curo dizziness, Itlp.uifl Tabiilcs curo headache, ltlpaua Tnbules euro flatMlonte. Itjpnns T.tbiilos euro dysptptki. Illpatis Tnlmlcs astltt (VJellon. Itlpnnn Tubules curo bid brsatli, Uipntis Tubules euro blllousiien, IllpniiD Tabiilpsi 0110 glvos rdlef, lllpans Tnbulcs curo Indlcoitlmi, ltlpaua Tnbules curo torrid Htcs-- , lllpans Tabulcs: gontlo cMhnrM. Hlnns Tnbules curo constlpatkia, lllpans Tnbules: for sour stomach. Klpans Tabulcs plcamnt laxatlrt. Illpnns Tnbules curo liver troables. nt ilniirslt. 'f I ' i'd. ns dL&i&Z IS THE I Not NArc otic. 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