You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896120401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. AiBB A&rg&rcl piano FALL mem pu-pn- lall, lurm begun August 31, 1800, at her homo fur tlio recoption of li Special Thorough trniintig. attention given to young pupils. Tsrmt at usual. Your patronagoso-Kolte- d. 5 8m il ARTf OMD, KlMTUOCY. The Haetfobd Republican, OFFICIAL OE&AU OF THE FART? IN TEE FOUSTS CQN.RE..IQNa,L BISIEICT, &?! vi -- 1 ilUTYViiif A&tf 11, r.rnv.r t dripfptlo, billon tun.rtr., vlcUnu if ftrer and ague, Iht mtrcnrl.l dl.enncU pml.nt. how they r coT.r.J li.Alth, cfir er.t lit iplrlu nnu km. pp.tit.lther will till lAKinK tou orLIVIK ! 1 1 t9rJ. jLi .w HEW. lt i'Iit LATOR. VOL. IX. HAHTFOED, KY., FBIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1896. A NO. 19. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Th Che.pt.t, Purttt nd lJttt F.mllj mMitia in in Tonai Jaitn. For DYBPBrStA, CONTtPATt fliCoU., Dcnrtiiiton til finlflt.. SOUR 8T0MAUI, Heartburn, eta. Trill nnrfvrflled rimed? I warranted net ts contain a .mil. particle c( MiRCURV, or arfr raln.ral lubiunc, but I containing thoi Southern Roots and Her'i n which an ProTlaenc haa placed in wher Mrn DUeai.t rrtott prevail t will cur all Dlieaie; earned by Derangi-otcol the I Ivcr and liawtlt. Th SYMPTOMS of Liter Complaint are a bitterer bad une In th moutht l'aln In the Back, Bides or Joint, often mlttaien (or Khen-matlnSour Stomach) ton o( Appetite) nowela alternately coitlve nn 1 lR IJeailachaj Lots o( Meraorjr, with a tminfnl tematlon of havlnir failed to do enmethlna; which .nshtto Spirits, a thick have be.n dene) Debllltyi Ttllovr appearance of the Skin and Kyes, a dr Cough often mi.taken for Continnptlon. finrnellmea r - aue.se, ar,tnnnv of Ihete avmrjtoRis z attend : ...-:r' r- - " - , -- i -; .. i.ivr e .." oinara rerr i.wi' our, irie i .t ic generally ef th unease, ana It not Esiiiiat.rl Inths seatfrreat aufl.rlrtr. wretcheJ- tlrna. net. and DUA1I1 will emu. d Tha follawlnr htahlv esteem. tersons attest I.lesr the J n. w.virtues of blraraene w. K. Kn.culatori 8. licit, rrea, ua. B. to I M.v. R. Pelder, I'etrr, Oa. Cok If K. Sparks, Al-aOa I C. Maiterson,Gsq , Sh.rlB Bibb Co., a 1 Hon. Al.ianq.r II. Stephens. "We have tested Its virtues, personally, anil knew that for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Throbbing Headache It Is th best medlelne th world ever saw. V. tried forty other remedies beforeSlmmonsLlverKegulator.butnonefrava asmoruthan temporary relied but tha Regu. Utr not only relieved, bnt eured us." Ed. TELHOKAPH PUUBL.Y VKGETADLn, nVllIOUN "OLD KltlftH" for .SILiIF1 wssk m DELKER 7 HL-VE! JJearly- - .A. CEJNTT-a0- " mEm3m&8i&i?i'H mm eu ma w (U m H Us foils is purty pore but ma She's wnitln' two years tuore tel Pa He Fcrvc4 Ilia term ont. Our Pnhe He's in lhe Pcnitenchurrcel B& H I Now don't His, ou rcver tell! ' ciuse 3EI3E!3Li3D THE. JLi2U.X3. A I $W$Mf The baby, ?he don't know he Is. 'Cmise she wtiz onty four, you know, He kissed herlast an' hat to got Pa alius lUed Sis best of all Us children 'Spect It's 'cause she fall When she 'uz 1st n child, one day An' make her back look thataway. Pa 'fore he be a burglar he's , and niaked locks and A keys, An' Knobs you pull fer bells to dug, An' he could 1st make anything! 'Cuu.se our Ma says he can! An' this Here little pair o' entfehes Sis Pa maked them Skips round on locki-miff- Prftl Powder Ik 3M&g3 Highest of all in Leavening Fower. Baking pure ABOWTEKV yes sit! An' silvur phte-namPa's out o' work e here fer herl when Chrls'mus come One time, nn stay away XOO Per 0030 t. - tTOLG 3E3Ci23.caLQOlXLeSt- - -- WRITE FOR CATALOGVR- - Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from snear They ain't no "Old Kriss" anywhere! An' Sis she alius say they wuz A' "Old Kriss" an. she all does. But ef they is a "Old KjIss" why, When's Chrls'mus, Ma she alius cry? This Chrls'mus now, we live here In Where Ma's rent's alius due agin An "she 1st slaves" I heerd ber say She did ist them words thatawayl An' th'other night, when all's so cold rolled Us in th' old featherbed nn said "To.morry's Chrls'mus go to bed, Ans drunk an' from home, 'busc our Ma, an' An' btoes most out our Ma she TKEI. CI MANUFACTURES, An' thank yer blessed stars fer this We don' 'spec nothln' from OH Kriss'!" An cried, nn locked the door, an' prayed, An' turned the lump down An' I laid Hnderson9Hy Illinois enlrcl f Johnson, Aathur l'fumtuer, Gilbert Taylor, Sara Taylor, Rqy rBlaHken-shl- p. Andrle Bennett, Gustle Cooper, Annie Blankenshlp, Slllle Johnson, Richard Stevens. PaIn connection with the A Qem of American Seensry In the cific Co , will, on aril after the night Cascads Mountains. of November J, 1806, run from CinCrater lako 0" tho Cascado mouncinnati and Louisville a Pullman tains of Oregon) I, cailly the jewel BOl'PHT SIXUPKR BVf.RY TUESof tho uorthwost. It is hoped that DAY AND SATURDAY nlpht toconnectdlrect at New Orleans means of reaching it will bo perwith the Southern Pacific's fat, sol-I- d fected In tho near future, so that It vestibule train, the "Sunset Limimay bo visited by the thousands of ted, ', for Los Anceles and San Fran-dtetourists and othors who now conOo these cars for tent themsolvcs with tho Grand CALIFORNIA VIA NKWORLKANS canyon of tho Colorado, the Yellow-flton- o Through reservations Cincinnati and park and tho Yoscmlto. It Louisville to the Pi clfic Coast can be con now bo reached by good wagon tanda. In addition to the Buffet Bleeping Car service, connection will roads front Ashland, Modford and be made at Memphis by train leaving Klamath Falls, but thoro aro no Cincinnati! at 2:30 p m. and Louis- regular conveyances or stopping ville 6:55 p. 111. every Wednesday, placed. with Orator lako la a beautiful sheet of PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING indigo-blu- e water, about six miles In CAR longth by four and a half in breadth. leaving Chicago every Wednesday It occupies tho crater or caldron of and running through without change an extinct volcano and Is completefrom Chicago to Site Francisco via ly surrounded by a precipitous wall, New Orleans, by the same route. Comfortable Brce RacliningChair Car varying from ljOOO to something A reon this train between Cincinnati, over 2,000 feet In height Louisville and Memphis. Through markably perfect and symmetrical donbltvberth ' rate but $5 50 from cindor cone, with a crater at Its Memphis.. This Is The Only True summit, forms an island Wizard Winter Kcmte to California, owing to laland which rises 840 foot nbovo low altitudes and the absence of snow tho surface of tho lake. The lako and severe cold weather.. Also good was sounded by Maj. O. E. Dutton connection to the in 1830 and found to be 2,000 feet In CITY OP MEXICO greatest dopth. Its surfaco temvia New Oilcans, by the Illinois Cen- perature Is 09 or CO dogrecs Fahrentral and lhe Southern Facltk Railheit. Tho altitude of tho rim of tho roads. Ticket crater varies from about 7,000 to RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTH-8,200 feet ROUTE Orator Lake mountain Is covered Aatc for special. California Folder of I. C R.. R. Thej n. well as tickets with a magnificent foroat of conifers, and full information as to rates and arranged in bolts or specific train time can be had of agents zones, from baso to summit. Tho Route and connecting monstrous cones of tho of the Ceutral fir, llnrt. or by addressing ' W, A. Kell with their bright rod seed wings and Ky. A. G. oud, Asserted bracts, aro among tho " A, H. HansOk, Chlcagot ', bonders of tho vogotablo kingdom, Geo.fPasS'r Agent. "wbllo , tho dark horalocks, with their ., , , , . rt. -. ,jjtt arooping oraucnes arapca in ma long hanging beards of a blackflsh WANTED SEVERALto travel for lichen, rank among tho giants, sotno or women responsible established house in Ken- of their trunks measuring 17J foot payable $ig around. tucky. Salary $780, Tho Columbia 'blacktatl door Is Weekly and expenses. Petition permanent; Relereuce. Unclosed common on tho mountains and furstamped envelope. The nished our camp with fresh meat. National, Stir Uuihslng, Chicago. Largo trout abouud in Klamath ftrJt. lako, at tho south foot of tho mountain, and afford cxccllont fishing. Klamath luko ta also tho resort of Hcport Below wlll.be found the report of thousands of ducks and othor material. iTenco tho sportsman, as Union school for the first ten weeks welt as tho tourist, naturalist and The following are those who have lovor of tho grand and beautiful In been present every day: Effie Taylor, nature, Is sura to find tho Crater Brtsie Smith Zllpha Smith, Jesse lako region a placo of unusual InFor scenlo beauty and Baltzell Those who have never been terest. tardy during the term of ten weeks: grandeur Ciatcr lako, with its deep Bessie Smith, EOte Taylor, Mfnule blue waters, wallod In by toworlng Wright, Cecil Cooper, Jesse Baltzell, cliffs nnd rugged crags,, ranks among the goins of American Reed Nora Matlie Johnson, Emm Science. scenory. d red-bar- k P,A..--Louisvlll- f. 3,. Southern ORTEB LAKE. I I I , - " telf-d4rest-ed A RUN OS THEBANK. Sam Moseley 85, Hlcbard Steven 84, Gilbert Taylor 86, Sam Taylor 90, Wade Hjxlges 85, Mamie PlUmmer 94, Llllle Stevens 83, Vernie Stevens 9J, Teesle Taylor 94, Mlrtle Taylor 94, Elfie Taylor 90, Bessie Smith 90, .1 Andrle Bennett 95,- Annie Blanken-ahlpMinnie Wright 90, Ethel Plummer po, Zllpha Smith 95, Mag gja Davidson p6, Tntvls Davis 94, - po 1 i 94, Cecil Cooper 93, Jetsle Blankenshlp 94. Arthur Plummer 9JR. Cr HocWir 9a, Gus Coop. ej 01, Rpy Blankenshlp 95, Susan M. nockero, Emma Held 90, Annie D. Reld 94. Nora Johnson 92, Llllle Johnson, 89M.Lemlpe, Wllllatna. 94 Ktvl Muiy 85.- - Aries iPlnnjuler 55 Robert .Hodges PeteHodfS95 ' Siidir Dwidson, - Teacher, Reminiscence of a 'Philadelphia Bank Tell4r. In May, 1807, n, '"run" was started on tho bank In which I was teller. A "pay" had, boon mode to tho employes of one of tha mills, chiefly young girls, on Saturday. On Sunday evening a lot of thorn bolng together, somo ono started tt. "ecaro" about tho bank breaking. As. a result on Monday following a long string of women camo to the bank and wanted tho notes they jiad redeemed. Tho bank had lasted now noted, and tho "run" was on circulation as well as deposits. Tha crowd kept coming until thrOQ o'clock, and It wa.i decided, to liwep open nntfl nine o'clock at night. Tho "run" did not hurt, Tho bank was strong and well managed. Silver was paid out all that day. I pajd ono man $000 for six $100 notes, and paid him all lu quarters. He was load ml Uofrn: uookots all An' wake the rest up. An' the sun In frue the winder dazzle-uThem eyes o' SIs's, wlv a Musical Drill. gold chain "Old Ktlss" Thoro Is no influenco more elevatbringed to 'er! h ing than that of music, Frank says. No art, cither, whlob, An' all of us git gold things! Sis, 'Old like It, can bo carried into tho homo Though, say "she know it ain't Kriss' hfo, and tho knowledge of it, ho bo- - He kissed her so she waked and' saw Him skite out an' it was her Pa." tion of the country than all other dispoorer classes of people, who have lames Whltcomb Riley in Decem- eases put together, and until the last ' so Is olovatlncr In their ber Ladies' Home Journal. llttlo that lew years was supposed to be incura-nbllives. Tho pcoplo In his singing class m an? making progress which For a great many years docr.lrefrie Illttrn.. They wcro Klectric Bitters Is a medicine suited tors pronounced it a local disease and ho considors wonderful. not people with a talent for musio, for any season, but perhaps more prescribed local remedies, and by conbut people many of whom at first generally needed, when the languid stantly failure to cure with local treat-ciecould not havo sung through tho exhausted feeling prevails, when the pronounced it incurable. Sciscale. They began to learn and Imliver is torpid and slugglgh and the ence has proven catarrh to be a conprove, nnd they havo l:opt on learn Thoy do not naed of a tonic and alterative is felt. stitutional disease, and therefore reIng nnd Improving. constitutional treatment. reach a certain altltudo and then A prompt us: of this medicine has quires stop. There aro now 2, COO members olten averted long and perhapt fatal Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured Some of tho bitous fevers. No medicine will act by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, of tho eight classes. effects of the work are seen In many more surely in counteracting and is the only constitutional cure on the little choral societies and glee clubs freeing the system from the malarial market. It is taken Internally in that havo boon formed since tho poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con- doaes from 10 drops to a teasponnful. classes were begun. N. Y. Times. stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric It rets directly on the blond and muThe Fish of the Soa. Bitters 50c. and $1 00 per bottle at cous surfaces of the system. They & Bell's Drug store. offer one hundred dollars for any case Harber, the great authority on Williams it fails to cure. Send for circulars Dsh, says that every square mflo of and testimonials. Address, tho sea U Inhabited by 120,000,000 HARDINSBURG. finny oreaturc3. . F. J. Ciibnby & Co , Toledo, O. Sold by ajl druggists,. 75ft ' Mnrtelonw ItrMilM. 19 1 Nov. 24: Mr. Andrew Drlskell has Hall's family pills are the best. From n letter written by Rev. J announced himself as a candidate for , m t m Gunderihan, of Dhuondnle,Mlch., we A happy man is always n healthy to the office of Superinare permitted to make this extract: of Common Schools, subject one. It is impossible to be happy or "I hive no hesitation In recommend- tendent action of the Republican party. cueerfui ur useful when one is suffering Dr. King's New Discovery, a's to the Mr. Drls'tell has made a faithful and ing from a discomforting cold or a , the results were almost marvelous in nasty little cough." It is wonderful efficient public servant. the case of my wile. While. I was Hqn, Chas Blanford, of our county, that people will go on from day to day pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives is an aspirant for the United States suffering from these dis'tresslngdlsor-der- s Junction she was brought down with Marshalshlp. when relief is so easily obtained. Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. The post office fight at this place Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cures Terrible paroxysms ofcoughing would hnsnarroned down. It seems now coughs and colds of all descriptions, last hours with little interruption' and that the only applicants are John P. I is swift and sure. it seemed as it she could not sutyive Sold by druggists, Htswell, Sr , and Marcas L Kinche-loc- . them. A friend recommended Dr Each will have strong backing. King's New Disco ver; it as quick Work has begun on the Catholic A. LETTER PROM HANNA. n its work and highly satisfactory Church here. The foundation Is bein results." Trial .bottle free at ing laid. The'chnrch when complet- Tho Chairman of tho Robub- Willitius & Hell's Drug Store Reged will be the largest and handsomest lioan National Com- ular size 50c nml $i'oo. Rev. place of worship in our place. nuttoo Talks. Harper's Round Tabic to be pub- Gale is pastor of the church and Is superintending the building- - of the lished December 1, will open with an Chicago. Nov. 17, '96W extremely interesting story entitled new church. Editor Republican: Materlallz-tUnnUnion services were held at the M. of Charles and "The Hartford, Ky. Mlvanway," by Jsrouie K, Jerome, E Church South Thanksgiving day. Dear Sir: Now that the campaign v. ill nppera.sbort sermon was preached by Rev. S The In the satie number for honest money, good government short story by William Drsdnle ens E. Kelly, of the M. C. Church. titled "Midshipman Jack," and a Th? Republican county committee and country's prosperity is over, and short story by Annie T Ashmoreen-tltle- d is called tq'meet here on the 14th of we have won an emphatetlc victory, "Rabbit Hunting in the Snow." December to determine how county we write to thank you in behalf not There will be an article on Modelling candidates 'shall be nominated, and only of the National Committee bnt in Clay, by J. Harry Adams, and a, when the convention or primary shall of all good citizens for the faithful and nvork you have performed. descriptive article on Harnessing Nw be held. It Is probable that a dele- efficient you for your good work We thank agara, by Elizabeth Flint. Wa le. The gate convention will be the manner nnd the part you have taken in thit number will atso contain an Instal- by which candidates will be nominat- campaign, aud especially for the clri The ment of the serial story"entlt!ed "A ed, and that it will be held in the near dilation ol onr supplements. name of your paper has been recorded Loyal Traitor' by lames Dunes, , future. upon the records ot this committee as with many other short stories, ami We have been reliably lntornted eutltled to high praise, Departments demoting to Bicycling, Wlshlngyou success, we are yours, Interscholastic Sport,' Photography, that the free silver Democrats aud A. HANNA.Ch'm'n Stamps, etc, Populists of this county, will effect a yery truly, M.Republican Nat. Com. fusion for the purpose of getting the DR. PEFFBR'O county offices next year. This will A new theory ROYAL-TANS- Y PILLS result in a complete victory for th coughs, lung andIn the treatment of bronchial affections In the last election has been advanced by the mannfao. ' Republicans. uiwtmiMifuiaMitrfuoiieriup pr4t)a, cm1tO canty or paloful ltiMnatunUloa.KowoMiitir0T4rfl0.Q0O , these parties were more perfectly 1U9 turers of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Udlc. iDTlaoratM Utewt orgtiu. II. wr rkcr9 imilMlMfc Jin cd than they cin hope to be next It ia truely a wonderful remedy. All inpin rvui, inAirtoiMj ami Miftt year, Irotn the fact that Bryan was the dealers sell it on a positive guarantee. Populist nominee as well as the Pop- - For sale by X. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Louis Globe-Democra- full, a pair of driving gtoves also filled and a lot tied up In a handOn going home ho had kerchief. to walk some dlslanco tho fear of being robbed took possession of tho man. Ho got his gun loaded and sat up all the night watching tho Next day ho brought tho "pHo. wholo amount to the bank and rc--( Ho did not know deposited It. ou wuai 10 uo wim ino siun. t. There, thinkin' in the dark agin "Ef wuz Old Kriss,' he can't git in. 'Cause ain't no'chlmbly here at all Ist old stovepipe stuck frue the wall!" I sleeptd ncn. An wuz dreamln' 1 some When I waked come, up an' tnornln's Fer our Ma she wuz setting' square Straight up in bed, there Some letter 'at she'd read, an quit, An' nen hold like she's huggin' It. s An' Dianion' she don't ear-ring- know Wug in her ears tel I say so n sure-Enou- Dam-roac- ocratlc nominee. Notwithstanding . THE RUIN80F D0NG0LA, this perfect fusion the county went Republican 140. When it comes to Remain of a Ones Prosperous City , of the 8oudan. arranging n county ticket composed I should llko thoso in England of Popocrats and Populist? there will who would leave tho fortllo prov-'lncBoth parties cannot be bs trouble. of tho Soudan under tho rulo of sitlsfled, and there will not be the tho Dagffora slavo doalors to wandor spmc unity of action which character'through what was onoo tha town of ized the Presidential election just Dongola and ride across tho wasted past. The fusion ticket therefore can country that surrounds It. Dongola not poll ns large a vote as it did this ,1s In ruins; not a houso in it wholo; overy building has j ear, nnd therefore will be beaten by Doon gutted; whero onoo wero busy n large majority. Besides there are istrcots tho palms now rlso nbovo many good Populists who say they the wrcokod habitations, and ovary will not 'countenance a fusion again, thoroughfare U choked with a donso mid propose to keep ,undorgrowth of thorny bushes and road." Upon the whole there (tall, rank grass. The groat bazar, is no doubt of Republican succefB 'with Its covered aroades, one of tho .chief marts ot Africa, Is now a heap again in this county next year. of rubble. Rodin Hood. Of tho public buildings and tha mansions While there's still time is the right handsome, time to get rid or a cough or cold, or of the principal merchants tho rod 'brick with gracefully a throat or chest trouble. These are doors walls, windows, alone arched and remain easiest of all disorders to neglect and n tending, whflo within them ono oap the most serious in their results Btlll so traces of columned corrl--' The lungs are the most important dors and delloato eastern ornamen? and delicate organs of the human bo- tatkm. Whero onoo oztondod riveo dy; If harassed by a continuous hack- Bide quays, swampy ground now ing cough they will soon break down; slopes to ttkv Nile. Tho brood av-- 1 used to bo that means consumption and consump- cnue wboro tba market tho pleasant disappeared; tion and consumption means death. liold has of gardens fruit troeo and fJowors" Dr. Bell's cures havo boon destroyed. For 12 yeara, coughs, colds, and throat and chest ODongola has been uninhabited; for, troubles of all descriptions. It neuer tho Oaggara declared it to bo as 'tho city of tho unbollovlng Turks, fails. Druggists sell it. For sale by Z. an accursed placo, In which no man' ebould bo permitted to dwell. Thoso Wayne Griffin & Bro. who knew tho Dongola'of old find It1 m A felt want is that gnawing at the dlffioult now to find their way' stomache alter you have eaten a full through the wrecked streets, and meal, and can't eat any more, and can scarcely reoognlzo the houses' yet there Is that feeling as though In which they formorly lived. It Is wanton destruction; tho you had eaten nothing. What is ft boodo of proverb says that "whore tho foot wanted then is a dose of Simmons I Of tho Turk bos trod, tho grass does Liver Regulator, the best Dyspepsia ' not grow." 80 it is with tho Bag-cacure, for that is what that gnawing Flo disdains to do any work; means. "Simmons Liver Regulator by profession ha Is a robber, and destruction Is his pastime: ho enIs all that is recommended for Indigestion." A. R. Dych, London, Ky. slaves whero ho does not bfu, and ia the placo of what ho destroys ho There is nothing so good for the creates nothing. Civilization Is abcoughs and colds of the children and horrent to him; after plundering and babies as Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. destroying tho city ho left tho bodlos InIt cures croup, whooping cough, cold I of tho massacred Inand mutilated and tho stroots, to in the head and gives sweet, refres- h- j habitants Intorot desert content to tho went out ing sleep. It is pleasantly sweet to live tho Hfo ot a savago In ono of tho the taste. Any child will take it nnd squalid hovels of which a Dervish ask for more. Good druggist sell it. deym, or permanent camp, Is comFor sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. posed. m Now, oa tho visitor walks through There is more Catarrh in this sec- the melanoholy ruins of tho onoo nm n. 1. n. M.COn, AND MESIXNOBR, OMLY BY MANUFACTURED 0a. ZCILIN A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Jns.S, Glenn, J.H.Il. Wedding; HARTFORD, KY. (One, over Anderson's Basaar.) Will practice their profession in ai the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Bpecktl attention given collections. Alto Notary Public for Ohio county. LAWYERS, Tanaes uftu. GLENN & WEDDING, Smith, JTTOBiY JT AW HARTFORD, KY. Will nractice hiinrnfraatnn in fit.m and adjoining counties, and court of peali special attention riven tn collections Office east side of pu KY square. . M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Attorn ays at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoiniegr counties. Also Notary Public. Ofiico, in Commercial Hotel. Perry Westerfleld, Beavfr Dam, Ky. R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. Attorney O. ILVr. BA.ENEa?T, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining countiw Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Cal lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public at Law, JE3. e. nt, prosperous city and enters the habitations, he comes aoross strange and sometimes loath-- , some sights. It la such a city as bos wandered through In dreams, la whoso foul, deserted stroots and alloys ho oxpoots at every stop to come aoross some horrlblo thing. London Times' Correspondopoo. A JJELQIAH BRIGAND. The Adventures and Capture of Whlta Helens. A man named Whlto Helens, chief of. an audacious band of brigands SrTbo havo Infested the outskirts of Mallnes for some time past, has been captured. This man and his band have boon a terror to tho wholo committing their countryBldo, crimes In broad daylight under threats of murder or of burning down the habitations of those thoy attacked. The list of crimes against Helens lncludoa sevoral casos of murder and attempted murder, aa well as over BOO charges of robbery. It Is stated that In tho communes of HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-ti- e. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. AH orney at 3P. JST23j3l.JLm, (Oonnly Attorney) & w, HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col" making &c, also Notary Publio for Ohio County. Office North side of public equare. Attorney JNO. B. WILSON, evf Law Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tha Courts of Ohio and adjoiniug count Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at Iaw R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, )r.. j J-- L umaer First 8t. SPECIALTY: I there aro not ten of tho inhabitant who hnv not befell Tiotlms of this man and hb bond. Early In this year a gdndarmo who attempted to arrest' Rolens was shot dead by him. Be has bad a number orhatr-brcadt- h escapes from arrest. Recently ho bad publicly threatened to murder tha burgomaster of and to burn down his bouto, and In oonsequenootbls functionary had to placo hlmstlf under police protootlon. Reoentfy Rolens went to an Inn at and, Information being given to the police, they surrounded tho houso and oventually ovorcamo him. A Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, HVANSVILUJ, IND, Office 4 i6Upp. Attorney at Law, HlIRTI'ORD, J.B. VICKERS, Ky., Will practice aud adjoining tention given to his caro. his profassion in Ohio counties. Special atto all buaineii entrusted Office iu RkpUBCioih building. of Relens was re--' contly condemned to penal servitude for life for similar crimes. St. brother Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico ia all tho Court oi Ohio Special atand adjoiniug counties. Ofllw tention given to collection. with County Attorney. Who can think ot some slrupla IhloatopettoLir Protect yoar Ideas, they may brtoi; you wsalth. Write JOHN WJtDUEltllUHN ft CO , Patent Atlcr. u., tor la.ir ei buu pnao vuw nays, wasoinaton. man till v. two imumim wimmw. wanted. ARMISTEAD J ONES, James' Garotte, Hard on the Trad. a leading towns fathers. Ho with all who and deeply re well-know- n A short tlmo ago resident of on of our was gathorcd to his was a groat favorlto Wanted-- An Idea know him porsono"Uy, grottod by tho wholo oounty. Preparations for tho funeral wcro being made, and tho director went to the oud ordored chief llvoryfltablo-koepe- r "Yos, ono," "Ono?" ono carriage. i. i&O "You don't moan Itr "Certainly; he's to bo oroinated.T Tho man drow la his breath In. a long whistle, "Ooshl Elootrlo 00J& rind bloyoles, Bostod and now, crematlonr Herald. Spoln has somo-o- f tho finest ore fields In tho world, but such U the look of omterpriso among tho population of tfcat country thai over SO per cant, of the Iroa used Is Imported.! LuulavlUa.Ilaurteraou A Hi Louaa Hail mtf Cu' 1st KireelJliue 1, No, 4t. No. 43. dally tUtlr Wct 1 Loulsvlll . . . 7 55 a m 6 30 p m 7 56 U Brandenburg . . 9 aa 8 ao . 9 40 L, Irvlngton . 8 58 L,StephMiport . . 10 28 . . 10 47 L, Cloverport 9 18 bound: LHaweavllle L Owttisboro IViat Ar Henderson bound . . ia . . 12 15 p t 15 . . n mio No 42. n 9 44 48 55 daily No. 44. dally OjrLSTOZlXA, 3fca68SSr Mtr teas, L Hetincrcon . . . 7 ao a m 2 55 . . 8 25 3 55 L Ovemboio 4 53 L UaweavUle . . . 9 5 Cloves-po5 17 9 50 I, . , Jo 11 5 35 L Stephetipoft 6 16 10 51 h Irvlnston 6,39 Drandonburg .1118 L . 12 45 p m 8 00 Ar Itrlsvtlle rt pm ... ... irv TSfflC "i"Sx-- 0 Titnitr. nro now n number of can FOR COLLECTOR, whom wc are about to speak ot In THREATENED CONSUMP didatos asking for tlio Republican this sketch. TION. Offloo on Fox Stroot. nomination for tlio various county Hon. C. M. Darnott has tho Mr. Hill was botn In Morgantowu, Ky., January 30, 1844, nnd attended Load Snys tho Lotils- IkhiipiI I'.trry I'rMny nl llnnrrl, Ky. ofliccs. Thoy nro nil good men nnd Typical Caso ol iCatarrli the Hartlord Seminary until he reachany of thorn would mako good offvlllo Post. ..Editor. icials. Just a word, gcntlomcu, don't SAM A. ANDERSON ed the ngc ol sixteen, when he enterOurod by Dr, Hart-rami- 's While his friends tell one that CI. ed the tsth Kentucky Cavalry, comSubscription, $1.25 por your try to lurthcr your own cnuso by nny Proo Troat-mout- . unkind rewnrks ubout your oppo E. T. Franks, ol Owensboro, will be manded by E W. Crittenden, youngDHC1SMHKK 4, 1896 l'RIOAV, nents, win tho nomination on your the next Collector tu the Second dis- - est son of John J Crittenden. He at Ilnrtlord own merit, but don't try to win it ttict, there ate friends of other men was in the pursuit of Morgan through Kntired at the A fatiuct's wile has been troubled ns pecond class ttmll mutter. who are just ns confident tlt.it some Kentucky, Indiana nnd Ohio, nnd by vlllifying your opponents. Irom childhood with citnrrh. Until one else will pluck thiscoverted plum. through the Eist Tennessee campaign, Ratos and Tonus. It is now n foregone conclusion tint The Hon. C. M. B..rnett, of Hnttfotd, the Atlanta campaign, the Carolina within the Inst few years, she has not Local notices toe per Una first in Gov Bradley will call nu extra sescampaign. He was present nt the been treated for it. But It has become scrtion and sc each subsequent inser- sion of the Legislature to convene Representative from Ohio couuty, i3 taking of Salsbutg, in North Caroli- so much aggravated that she consults tion. Large contracts special rates. Immediately niter the Christum hol- an npplicant for the- Collectorshlp, He treats her nnd she Calls on candidates and political idays. Several matters necessitate nnd some of the shrewdest leaders in na. Before hi had reached the ngc her physician. this move to remedy Republican mis- Kentucky will wager most anything of twenty he was elected captain of perseveres lvltli lolly, without avail, matter 10c per line. management in Kentucky, the most the company and commanded a bat- for months. Then she tries a physiNOTICH. important of which is that the Sttte in reason tint Uarnett gets this bit of talion in last campaign, being pros cian in the city. Although his Rates for announcements in these is badly in debt Hnrtford Herald. reward for his unceasing services to for meritorious charges arc exorbitant, her husband moted brevet-majcolumns arc as follows' Cash For monumental gall, tho nbovo his party. Speaking ofthe conduct on the field: Returning gladly pays them; but she gets no in every cast. Imbroglio, n Republican State offices or Congress . . . $20.00 takes the cake. Doesthe JTcrnhl mean said to the Evening Po.--t: from the war he read law with the better. The farmer in despair, sees Circuit Judge or Attorney . . 10.00 to say that tlio State's indebtedness He then his wife growing paler and weaker McIIenry. feel sure that Mr. Barnctt will late Hon. II. D. "I County Offices 500 bos been brought about under tlio Regraduated from the law dcpirtment every day. A cough set in, and conThis office publican administration? If it docs it be the next Collector. sumption is near. went to the Second district last time, ofthe Louisville University March 2, ANNOUNCEMENTS. either displays the most dense ignoAt last they read about Pc-rtin. 1867, together with late Judge Easton, and I think Messrs. Franks nnd l'or t'otinly Judge, rance or an utter disregard for the W. G. Welch, EH H. Murray and The husband writes to Dr. Hartman Crumb.uigh are both wasting time in We are authorized to announce truth. Everybody who pretends to trying to have it. others. He then returned to Hartford and receives nn encouraging nnd Batnett lives in J. A. PARK and began the practice of law and the sympathetic answer They continue keep posted and "tell tho truth," the Fourth district. He will have As a candidate for the office of Judge knows the first of January, 1873, entered ins the correspondence all the while she that tho Republican party is the support of ex -- Congressman of the Ohio county Court, subject to John to partnership with Judge McIIenry, takes Pc-rna, receiving new ndvlce not rcsponeiblo for one dollar of tho Lewis, who stinds close t McKlnley the actiou Republican party. present indebtedness of tho State, and and he will receive the endorsement continuing many years. He was and assistance in every letter. Her We are authorized to annouuee that lakt winter the Republican of Col. Evans, I think. Ialsobellrve elected to State Senate in 1877 and symptons leave her one by one. Her A.S.AUIX At In 1885, being the enly color returns. Her cough ceiscs As a candidatefor Judge of Ohiocouu. House of Representatives passed a that Todd will give him a big push Democrat elected in the 7th Senator last she is well. In her gladness ol ty Court, subject to the action of the bill which would havo gotten tho toward the goal Barnett is a close iat district since the war. In 1887 he heart she wtites to Dr llattman, anxRepublican party. State out of debt in ft years, and this friend of Bradley, nud that worthy ious to have her cute told to others was tendered the position of Adjutant-We are authorized to announce same bill was defeated by a .Demo, will leave nothing- undone to get his General by Governor Buckner that they also may be saved. C. I,. WOODWARD cratic Senate. Is it possible that tho favorite in office. And say what you and resigned his-Such is the history of a typical tcs scit in the Senate As a candidate for fudge ol the Ohio JJerald't flop to free silver has ren- will the Governor is going to be on to accept same. He then came to tlmonlal used by Dr. Hartman in his County Court, subject to the action fl jor on patronage iu Kendered it incapablo of telling the truth? the ground Lexington nnd commenced practice books. One ot thc-- books will be of the Republican patty. tucky. Barnett has never had office, with Judge Sharp, who was also a tent tree to any address by The 10 r Comity Clerk. Drug Manulactuting Company, Last summer tbo Democratic wire except to be appointed a storekeeper, member of the Governor's staff. He We are authorized to announce pulling bosses tricked the Populists and this will help him ever so much has been In active practicesincethen, Columbus, Ohio. D. M. HOCKER "If you want to know what I think and is a Mason, tiA'icc master of lodge, for the out of their Slate ticket in Kentucky As a candidate for WONDERFUL office of Clerk of the Ohio County against the will and good judgmcDt the race will narrow down to before high priest of his chapter and a Court, subject to the action of the of a majority of the rank and fito of the consideration ot the claims of ap- Knight Templar. A man who has Increase In the Olcycls lidujtrv In Republican party. the Lait Ton Years. the Populist party. This was effect" plicants commence, I will tell you I made himself: or a e man. We are authorized to announce think only two applictnts will stand Tho history of tho bicycle Indused by the Chairman of each of these M. S. RAGLAND any show. They nre Col. Barnett, try In tho states is in many respects parties without consulting the voters, who is As a candidate for Clerk of Ohio etsily fVst and Dr. Turner, of ATTENTION REPUBLICANS. the niortt remarkable industrial recCounty Court, subject to the action of hence, the good, loyal Democrats re- Bowling Green, a hard working and ord of tho century. Prior to 1835 County Convention tit JVominnle Cnn- - tho number of domestic manufacturthe Republican party. fused to go into a combination popular Republican, who has benot tllilntes lor County Olfleeni 1 ers of wheels was only six, and In with another party. Tho same ran fore asked for office. For Circuit Merit. A thing that Ciilletl to Meet nl llnrllonl, that year 11,000 machines were are authorized to announce We be said of the Populist party. A seems to been have lost .Monday, Feb. 13, 1S97. turned out In 1890 thore wero 17 F. LEONARD SANDERFUR great many Popnlists recognized the sight ot in the scramble is the fact factories with an output of 40,000 as a candidate for the office of Circuit fact thoy had been tricked and alwo- - thit Major McKinley will not have imikcisct co.wii.VTto.v rt:n. is. cycles. In 1894 tho nutnbor of Court Clerk of Ohio county, subject increased at a rapid rato and" of the Republican patty. lutely refused to be bartered away , time to fool with the appointment of to theaction At n meeting of the Republican 1J5.000 machines wero made. In like slave. The fusion spirit seems the Collectors, and this distribution a candidate for the office ot I am will go to the Secretary of the Trea3- - Coramhtco of Ohio county hold in 1693 the production bounded up to Clerk of the Ohio County Circuit to be prevalent in the minds of the 600,000, and tho number of manufao- subject to the action of the office seeking Democrats in some ury. The Internal Revenue Commis Court, ' torios was mora than 600, counting ' patty and respectfully so- counties in this State, nud in every sioner will receive the applications 28th, ,n'n it was ordered A Republican . ,.,, th 1896, that the nona hlon turnc. Your truly, licit your support, instance they have completely tricked and classify them, and they will be Republican voteis of Ohio county bo 1,000 machines a year. The capital Sam A. Anderson. the Popuiials. The majority of tho turned over to the Secret lry ofthe called to meet in Convention at tbo invested In theso larger fnotorial U For Mlrrlir. Treasury who, alter he has looked af- Court House in Hartford, Ky., on ; placed at tOO.OOO.OOO, and tho voters of each of those parties are opWe are authorized to announce ter the Indorsements, will go over to Feb. 15, 1897. at 10:30 cat estimate for the output of the posed to fusion, because no parSAM T. BARNETT the President nnd recomment the apo'clock a. m. to nnminald wMuv..v.Mvw f. . - u.sth Wtfl IUY1 IWl uuu..mm. .anftt.tntaa Kl.1 ty can maintain its standing as pointment ot one applicant. Th As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio u.v....vo, "uim w,wv,w, AliU Then county, subject to the action of the a party when it goes into an agree- the plum will drop. But since nobody for the various county and Justices capital Invested in tho manufacture Republican party. ment to fuse with any other organi- knows who will be the Secretary of district nflices fo bo elected Nov. 2, of bicycles is about $123,000,000 and 160,000 peoplo nro employed In deWe are authorized to announce zation. If the Populist party is right the Treasury I think all these predic- 1897, R. B. MARTIN It was also ordered that tho Repub- signing, making and and selling tbo and is a reform party then they tions of probable winners are so much various products appertaining to As a candidate for blieriti 0! Uttio ought to shun every appearance of gossip that only goes for what it is lican voters of Ohio county be called them. No coraplote cycles nro now county, subject to the action of the fusion with nny other political organ-zatio- worth. But on the face of things it to meet at their respective voting imported Into tho United States, Republican party. and American manufacturers in tho for when they do that they looks to me like Birnett his n shade precincts on Saturday, Feb. 13,1897, We are authorized to announce half year ending Juno 30, 1890, exlose their dignity as a party. And the be3t ol it because he his such at 1:30 o'clock p. m. to select deleS. T. STEVENS ported cycles and parts worth is from the gates to represent nnd cast tho voto of of Ohio on the other hand if the Democratic strong indorsement, As a candidate for Sheriff $1,654,291, or nearly sovoa times county, subject to the action of the party is right, which they claim to be, Fourth district, which has never had their precincts in tho aforesaid Coun- tbo amount sent abroad In tho preRepublican party. they cannot unite with any other par- a good thing under the past adminis- ty and Justices district conventions. vious half year. Nearly half of this It was furthermore ordered that j export has gono to England, and it ty witout acting under false co'ors. trations, ami lastly because Barnett aorhtliool Superintendent. the basis ot representation allowed Is now said that American makers of those two parties now has never been mixed up in any facWe are authorized to announce The destiny a chance iof capturing FON ROGERS are being watched by tho outside tional fights nnd stands well with each precinct iu said County and I tho English market. If tho Amer- both sides in Kentucky." a candidate for School Superin- world. As Justices Conventions shall bo one lcan aSnufncturew will build a tendent of Ohio county, subject to the vote for every 25 and fraction over somewhat stronger machine, fitted Vnst .Meeting. action of the Republican party. 12 cast by said precinct for Samuel with gear cases and mud guards, it The Republican National ComPreston Morton Post No 4 We are authorized io announce Kaab, tho first named Republican j is looked upon aa more than prob- mittee i3 seriously considering the G A. R. will meet on Saturday, DeR. C. JARNAGIN to M.OOO . on tho ticket voted for at the election n4Wo ,thot '" of continuing tho campaign cember 12. 1896, at the Court Hous ' American cycles As a candidate for Superintendent of will bo sold in At this meeting November J, 189G, provided Jbal no EnRand ,n Common Schools ot Ohio couuty. of popular education on the currency in Hartford, Ky 1897. to 169o subject to theaction of the Republic- question. It s a eadcommeiilnry on we will elect officers for the year 1897 precinct bo deprived of having at , beat bicycles wore soiling at an party. ll the capacity of the All comrades are respectfully invited least two delegates and votes. This , $140; now the some quality of to be present. Especially those comFur Juller. allow precinets to name delegates chine perhaps much bettor soils American people that n great politic100 We are authorized to announce OWi00 I ot "oro than al party should propose a measureso rades who are in arrears for twelve ns follows: J NO. D. FINLEY months, as the Quarter Master has Eis.t Hartlord " . 6 , fifnfAa. In i.ltiAn destructive to the prosperity of tie nuiuo, vitu jjcitivu As a candidate for the office of Jailer All West Hartlord this time to give in his report. 5 out of every 24 has taken to tho subject to the action business interests ot the country that of Ohio couuty, those who do not come up and pay Beda 5 wheel In France tho proportion la wise, thoiightful and conservative ofthe Republican patty. at this time or give his teason for not Sulphur Springs 5 only ono in 250. Tho wheel la unstatesmen should dee m it expedient doing so, will be authorized to announce We are suspended. By or Magan 6 questionably going to rovolutlonlxe TWEEDDELL R T. to continue the oik of education, V, P. Render. 6 tho roads of the country. It bos Cromwell As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio even alter the elcc'ion, in which the der Commander, J C. Cb imberlian, Adj't. to the action of the county, subject 2 reduced and In soma places practicCool Springs people have vindicated their good ally put an end to tho demand for Republican party. Rockport 7 horses and carriages, besides affectjudgment by voting overwhelmning-l- y authorized to announce We are Select 4 Out Sale. ing tho Income of street railway against the destructive measure BLACK THOS II. I have concluded to move to Nar- Horse Branch 5 lines and livery stables. In tho first As a candidate lor re election to the proposed. TIiq proposed action of rows to assist in running my mill aiid Roslne 8 two weeks of July tho railways runoffice ol Jailer oi Ohio county.subject is in no tense an indithe committee merchandise business at tint place, Beaver Dam 6 ning out of New York carried 76,000 to the action ol the Republican party. cation that tho Ireo silver sentiment provided I can sell my stock nnd rent McHenty 6 bicycles for tho outgoing passento announce We are authorized is gaining strength, lmt tho wise pre6 gers. Cincinnati Enquirer. out business nnd dwelling houses at Centertown JNO. T. KING caution of 2 thoughtful men who, Hiues' Mill satislactoiy to myself. Smallhouse As a candidate for the office ol Jailer STAETLINO. I will now ofFer my entire stock of East.Fordsvllle 7 subject to the action though, feeling no apprehension of of Ohio county, nnd the West Pordsville goods nt cost, of the Republican patty. the triumph of the free silver crnzo iu ..5 Electrical Phinomena far Which Ex- e Aetnaville planatlon Is Wanted. 3 1000, yet thoy etc in tho agitation of balance Fhoit time installment. We are authorized to announce notes, negotiable and payable nt Shreve A German farmer In the old coun- 3 S. G. RHOADS a change from a stable to a fluuctuat-iu- g ' Olaton 3 try lias had aa oxporloneo of tho monetary standard', a disturbing the Bink of Hartlord. Asa candidate lor the office ol Jailer caprtcw of atmoiphorlo electricity Hints Mill is without doubt the Buiord 2 county, subject to the action factor in tho business of tho country of Ohio boU not likely to forget Ho was ,. a ofthe Republican patty. best country stand in Ohio county ' that would work untold hardship . , driving along a narrow private road, new ileum We have ct this place a authorized to announce We are a wire fonoa on olther ..1.1. upon tho people, especially laboring modern siw, planing corn and roller-flo108 BRUNO FREY Making total when his attontlon Wt attracted by people, who, dependent upon daily mill that coat Irom $12, 100 tu Necessary to nominate As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio 55 a bright light behind him. On lookcounty, subject to the actiou of the wages lor daily bread, are tho first to $15,000 which add 4 grettly to the At precinct conventions, known ing around ho saw firo bills abiut feel tho force ot business depression, business ot the place. My object In party. Republican party ufiiliation and a pledge to sup- tho sum of a man's hand travoling Tho overwhelming majority for hon- .selling is to get all my business toFor AHM'nKor. port and voto for ai.i. nominees of toward blm along thj wire on both est nionoy, and the right of tho Fed We are authorized to announce gether and to take a little rest and the utorcsaid county and justices dis- sides. In a moment thoy were abreast of his dog o.irt and travolod B. P. PETTY eral Government Io protect the lives collect up alter over tliiitten years ot trict conventions, will bo required of .along with it, while brush disAs a candidate for the office of Ases-so- r and property of tho people, does royal one business nt one pl.uo all voters proposing to lake part charges and audible crackling aa of Ohio county, subject to the ac- honor to thojo who so iiobl)' nnlied t This is ti go d clnuce for .some good tion of the Republican party. Young inon who have never from a static mochlno were obtherein. their country's rescue, in its hour of ac'ive firm to make money. I start-pen- ', voted aud those avlio will ho 21 years served to proceed from tho balla to to announce We ate authorised but let 110110 think his obliga- - e I hete as most of my friends know apparently tho iron porta of tho veof age betore November 2, 1897, with G. D. ROYAL hicle. Vibrations of tho wires could lion to 1ih uovornment duchar 'od without n dollar when there were no for Assessor ol Ohio a candidate stated, may also bo distinctly beard, and a torrent As nnd have made qualifications above to the action of the wlii'o thousands of holiest, but mis- - inducements here county, sabject participate uud voto in their respect of sparks sprang from the fonces to ' Republican party. guided mm, urged on by fiery leaders ' big money lor a country store. I tho cart shafts. Tho frightened can now sell twice the goods. I ive precinct conventions mud with thirst for power, are clam ' ran but All precinct delegates ure urged to nones sfr away, fin Mir they could not couU w,ien l Mme l lnvea slinlfii uu i Hflt uurv csuurt till mo meting for a financial policy that Diiu&u Fur Ilnriietl. iuir nil h clean, new stock, all bought new on bo at Couutv Convention on timo as foucos woro Interrupted by rjap3 on Col C. M. Barnctt, of Hartlord, would congest tho lifel.'ood of He will be called to order elthorsldo. No dotonntlon or nolso mar Kris 10 auction goon; 1 nave convention Chairman of the State Central Com( Nation, nnd tediico the currency .f lite n point to put nil unpromptly at 10:30 o'clock a. in other than thj crrtclclln;? wis heard. ' mittee, will be nu Applicant for the the country to tho level of that of nlwas made it Is in a job nnd close them W.A.GiiwoN.Ch'nrn Co.Rep.Com. The whole phononunon lat tod about ' ' position of Collector in this district, nihilist Russian-"- , rat eating Chnireo salable goo 12 soconds. Tho field was oxamlned outatco.-- t or less, thciehy beeping " J.vo.P. Moitro.v.Sec'y lie is a jouns: man who has climbed ami bull lighting Mexicans Let evtho next day on tho suspicion that vety little slow stock. I will rent unto his present position alone and somo practical joker might havo ery patriotic citizen who has learned aided His merit and abilities have his duty in this matter, loyally assist our dwelling und business houses reaMure ('iirittlvi- projected (lroworks nt tho carriogo, We have good orchard, sta- Is contained in n bottle of Hood s given him thephce he occupies, and the National Committed iu its efl'irts sonable but nothing could to found which fie office to which he aspire., would to sustain the integrity nt tho govern- ble, crib, gtrdens, etc. Would nlso Sarsaparilla than in anv other similar would justify such m oxptanatiou. , rent the firm if ntcessary. I will preparation. It costs the proprietor Tho wlroa nt cortaln places woro be a flight reward for his faithful ment and tho progress ot the age. continue here rather th in sell at less and manufacturer more. It costs the bluod ai If by host, and everything cervices to the Republican party. than co-- t Th re is to much chduce-meu- t jobber more and it is wntth more to soomed to point to the genuineness Considering the fact that he is the Tho domonst here to make a sacrifice or to the consumer. It has a ncord of of thooleatrlcal o'clock Inration.ovon- -' head ol the patty organization in the tlmo wat nlna tho let my houses stand idle. cures unknown to any other preparaState, that he is Irom an adjoining ,ln; thara.waro nothundoritormi In Very respectfully, couutv and that his qualifications nre tion. It is the best to buy becaute it tho neighborhood, nnd tbo weather; For Infants and Children. exce'lent, we tender him our mppott 1'ITSHUOII KCNPROW, is the One True Blood Purifier. TbV was unsottloi nnd rainy. nnd hoj e he may Le able to ttcure TlJ fit- J9 farmor was nccomrxwlod by his ll 03 flLudinsburg the appointment. the best fam ly Hood's tJrn. IS11111 i:. Illll. M. Tl.e Lexington Argonaut has the cathirticandPills niemedicine, Gentle, coachman, who experienced tha I eader. TMIfl liver samo startling phonomcaa as his following to say regarding our former reliable, sure. Wanthd-youn- g A good milch row with master, which should In soma manner lesson tho probability of their We failed to mention the Ittct in twustiinn, Gen. S E. Hill: calf. Call at this office. having suffered from illusions. CinAmong the professions there nre up Mr B P. Pitty last vctk wilting cinnati Enquirer. ftubsoi'ibo upd e in my whu are considered ns good as th.it he le Deputy Astessor, buna nnint ail use iaiis. now mention I He mailer Ho is untie- - nny in the tite, nnd tlic.e need no PopilbliCilU II 11(1 I Uuutftt Sirup Tiutei OuuU. ' In limit- k.iM h rirurfftitL iffi-iu- l . ei.c.miiu its Irom our pen. Prominent 1 ng a aid gning ,1 tllO IlGNYSt uuong this number is the gentleman H cliou post-oflice or Franks-Crumbauli e l'e-tu-self-madfao-tori! I y, Harlford Republican. ?! Z Our stores nre overloaded with choice, new goo is all bought before Now we need the prices advanced money nnd ramt get it by the middle of next month, so wc will aell you j )our winter goods at the very lowest prices. Come bring your families, your cash nnd produce nnd give us one trial. We quote men's good boots 5135 to $174. Icst fjoj; men's heavy shoes 93c; women heavy shoes 75c, 9;c ami up; men's Heavy overA full stock ol overof that country. Illustrated aitlclcs coats is 00. by Stephen Tonsil on the transforma- shoes and gums, Millinery goods, tions going on iu Eastern Siberh, re-- , capes and jackets almost at your own cently visited by the author. Hun- price. MORIHll AD, JONKS & Co. garian Sketcher, written and drawn Ccntretown, Ky, by F. Hopklnson Smith. The full story of the recent Coronation ofthe NlrHjeil Czar, by Rich ml Harding Davls.il Prom my fatm 4 nillis West ol Hartlustrated by R. Canton ford, ot e brindle titter, 3 years old, by Qu-e- n who was commissioned marked two "dulaps " Anyinfor Victor n to piint a picture ofthe cermation leading to his accovcty will emony. be very gretfully received 16 3t Newspap rs nie not to copy this adW. P SuiivUNS.Hattfotd, Ky. vertisement without the express order of Harper & llr thcrs. Hniprr's ' . . ctliui: The Mattlau, the new novel by Du Mourler, the eagerly expected successor to "Trilby," begun in October Number, 1896, with from the niithor'a drawings. A new novel by Prank R Stockton developing n Twentieth Centiitv lull of humorous situaRenaissance tions and charncteristlcdlv lllusttnt-e- d. A Pair of Patient Lovers, by William Dean Howclls. Other sttlk-in- g novelettes by American nuthors. Short stories by Mark Twain, Thomas Nelson Page, Richard Holding Davis, Owen Wistcr, John Kcndrick Bangs. Ruth McEncry Stuart, Octave Thnnet, Mary K. Wilkins. nnd other popular wt iters Science: Story ol the Progress of Science during the Nineteenth Cento-tury- . n scries oi papers by Dr. Henry Smith Wlllhnis, supplemented by contributions on special subjects by expert scientists Articles on the relations of curious psychological manifestations to physiology by Dr. Andrew Wilson. American The Mexico a series liy Chatlcs I'. of I.uinmls, splendidly Illustrated the result of n recent visit to Mexico undertaken for Hntprr's Magazine. Mexico is preeminently a country, nnd its monetary operations rest intitely on nsiUerlusls. Owing to the krcti discussion ol certain economic problems in connection with issues nl urgent impottance in American politics, these papers, will command general nttcntinn American Historical Papers by Woodrow Wilson, John Bach MacMavter, and James Battles. The ttue story cf Sheridan's Ride, by Gen. G. V. For. syth. Continuation of Howell's Personal Keunnlsceccey of eminent literary Americans. Africa nnd the ca-- t: White Man's Africa, a fully illustrated series ol papers by Poultney Bigelow, the results of personal observations during a recent trip to Africi. covering the whole field of European exploit Ulons V lllus-tratioTo-Dasilver-producin- llniprr'n Mniintltir Ih ld07 Suffered Eighteen Ycdrs. lnlni Departed nud Slep Came. Mra.JullkA, tlrown, otOorlngton, Tonn, whoso husband haa chitrgo ot the eloettkj light plant at that pUco, liu been a front and ipoody euro Her ailment laffcror. lionelf, aa foltowil ato bot (loncrlbcd 18 jrcnra I A'lfforod from ncrrouano&s "Tor and lnUIotlon. 1 trlod erory remedy by family and rrlondj, but I could ko no relief at all. Two yoar atto, whllo VVlnj treated liy thrro local pbynl-claDm. llarrct, Mnley nnd Blisrod, they tr Mm. Jcma A. Hrown. Informed me that I had booome drvpriral. and that thero was llttlo liopo for me. I tliondocldod totry Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, I was then unabts to not Io aleep until well nn toward daylUht, ana during all thU time I had a deep, heary pain la my loft ld. I vat noH mUcraltU, Indtnt, but bottlo of the Utrvtnt after taking ona-ha- lf I could lcp all night juit well aalerer did. Tho ArretiM I tbo only rvraedy that gare mo any rollof whaterer. I an now wetland auonff. nnd 1 (funk (Tod rrrry dov 0 a. imowrt. Mita. I)r. Mllea Nenrlno la aotd on a poaltlT guarantee that the Brut bottle will u AlldrugRUtaaellltatil.S bottle forts, or It will ho aent, prepaid, on receipt of price by tho Dr. Mllea Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. RV.!tua.u. my lift for l)r. MU(t' Tim-int.- " julia Dr. Miles' Nervine I Ovorstookod. n, Magazine for one car $4 uo Postage Free to all subscribers in the United States, Canada, aud Mexico Address HARPER & BROTHERS P. O. Box 959, N Y. City. Mr. I.cm McHenty, a Ioniser citu.'ii of Hartford, but who hns been practicing law in Louisville for the past few years, has go'-- to New Mexico, where he will mike his home during His many friends here and in Louisville will regret to hear ol his departure, but nil wish him much succ ss In Ills new home Tlio Republican nnd the Louisville Daily Post both papers I year for $2.75. A desirable tor rtala fatm nf one hundred ncrta, situated rjrar Hartford, well watered, a good oichrd, two hundred bearing tree.--, good bitildings.and in good community. Por further particulars cull at this ollice At auca. If . J ma-wi- Mttdo and Merit Maintains tho confidence of the people In Hood's Barsaparllla. If a medicine cares you when sick ; If It makes llerit U The and l.epubliean Thriec-a-wee- k .'. iH.Gi) Y. World per year. 'lor Hnle lor . ,. ' wonderful carta crcrywhcre,then beyond all question that medlcmepossesscs merit. That CIll-llI- B Just tho truth about Ilood's Wo know It possesses merit bocauao It cures, not onco or twlco or a hundred timed, bat In thousands and thousanda of case. Wo know It cares, absolutely, permanently, when all others fall to do any good whatever. Wo repeat Made A Fcholat.ship in the Lexington Business College A Fcholarship in Dryant and Stratton Business College A chnlraship in King's Commercial Ci 1 ege. A scholarship in Keriycm College Apply at this office and we will snve you big money. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho belt The Republican and the Courier-Journfor one year al for $1.75. OA8TOIUCA. tin tnrr Gilt-edg- HOOUS in fact tho One True llluodl'urlflcr. cure nausea, IndlgesUon, PHIS hlUousncu. So cents. TTtifta. ss ur t,i.. A DAILY PAPER FOR $2.00 A YEAR! . The Increasing demand for a dally newspaper at a prica which puts It within tho reach of every person In Kentucky. Indiana and Tennessee, county In Kentucky and iias ucvii inei vy mo uqu Isvlllo Post. This comvoumern inaiana; naa a plete afternoon dally will special atair correspondent send the Evening Ioat In Washington, and thorevery week day In tho ough and reliable men at year to any address, by Frankfort. Full market reports, mall, postage paid, for miscelchoice lany, snort stories, womThe Evening I'ost la tho For the Hall brightest and best afteran's pago, all the sportEdition of the noon dally In the South. ing news. Kdltortally the strongest paper In the It prints the full AssoEvening Pojt- ciated lres9 dlsDQtchefl. fouth. Neatly printed on supplemented by correHend flno paper. for spondence from every sample copy. Address ti THE EVENING POST, LOUISVILLE, KY. CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER. ! aqw-xw- $1.00 U THE Weekly It U Morally Clean, $1.00? IrtfTEi wwvw. OcEAri. ro-- 5 i The Qrentest Republican Paper ot the West Weekly the most and IT llihed today stalwart alwaysunswerving Republican and honestpub- t and can be relied upon for lair ports of all political affairs. l'r nrTsA T18 Weekly Inter Ocean Supplies All of the UlO and the Best of Current Literature. Its Literary Columns are equal to those of the best magazines. Its Youth's Department Is the finest of Its kind. News 5 rrn &i and as a Family Paper It Without a Peer. CASTORIA r. $1.00 It brings to th family tba N.ws nt the Rntlr. World and (Ires tha best and ablest dlsousslona ot all question of the day. Th. later Oca sires tw.lv. pace of reading matter each weak and being pabluta.d Io Chicago la better adtpted la the need ot the people west ol the Alleghany Mountains than any other paper. for Tbo got $1.00 egl.SgjONg.I?OJcl:ftRJt.XEAP sNNasifc'a The Dally and Sunday Ocmq or lbs Iatr - g.-o- d -- tie beet of IMr kind,.,, ire ....tlOO n.r iHri Price of Dally by mall 1100 her year! iTic or Hunaa bv rnal Dally and Sunday br nnU. ........ .te.OO pr rear J Address TUB INTER OCEAN, Chicago, i 1 1 a.-.- .. ,... SSSSSay . ' 1. V 1 - "i, Sf.ii ,.4 " frm'' M T" "Pf - r- - '4 t i i, -- 1 V Awarded a ppolntcd to fill his place nt an ex Rough River Is on n boom. Mglicet Honors World' Fair. pense of about $7 a day to the taxpay-erMoating Jltudlo Is still t ILirif ird. We have all along failed to pubtd Rough Rivet Locks are about lish anything In regard to Mr.Rowc'e conduct, but Mure Deinocntic 'Ihrie Aceks from today until newspapers are now charging that he was indicted for spile work by the Christmas. Republicans we will call a halt on Mr. J. G. Wilson, Rosin c, gave us su:h. The last grand jury only had n cnll yesterday. CREAAw one Republican on it, and the res Dulllngton Is prepared to give ou malnder of the jury was composed of tbc best shave or hair trim. He was not Indicted for Democrats. Is visiting spite wotk, but as n matter of jus1). Mis. Jo Vlckrts tice. A dispatch from Owcnsboro to Jitiids and telatlvts in Ovunisboro. the Louisville Post says that there Is Mrs. W. O. Read, Owensboro, was a great 6ensation at Hartlord over the guest ol her sister, Mrs Jo B. his indictment, which is false. There MOST PERFECT MADE. Vlcktrs, last wetk. is no excitement here and everybody A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free We have a fine line ol teochcts' looks on It ns a matter ofjustice and from Ammonia, Alumor any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. grade cards (or 35 cents per bundled. nothing more. Send iu your oiders The impurities iu the blood which Our Job IJri'mnt is always causes scrofulous eruptions are thorA CENSUS OF THE WORLD. ready to do your job work lor you at oughly eradicated by Hood's Sarsapa-rillThe Unparalleled Enterprise to Oa of milli- the lowest cash figures. close Try It. Undertaken In 1000. A census ot the world, says the Mr. Tlioi Denton, of Centertovn, i.niKnrv. The people of this place arc very Tendon Mall, scorns Imposslblo, but happened to quite a paiulul nrcident It is going to be undortakon. This one day recently by falling. His aim busy stripping and hauling their tounparalleled labor Is to bo ono of tbo sold he is bacco and getting ready for Chris-mawas very badly sprained, but glgantlo projects to celebrate tho getting along as well as could be exadvent of tho twentieth century, so on Miss Motile Maddox Is visiting and It Is safe to say that a mora go pected. ftlends at West Providence this week. stupendous undertaking has nover Mr. Rolwrt Peyton died at the home Mr. Ben Chluu spent Sunday last before been dovlsed. of his father near Olntoti last SaturTho schema had its real Inception with his uncle, Mr. George Smith. day of consumption. He was on exMrs. James Leach, of Mt. Pleasant, at the blonnlal mooting of the Interclose emplary young man nml leaves a spent a few days last week with his national Statistical Institute, recentwife and three children to mourn his ly held at Dorno, Switzerland. At daughter, Mrs. J, K. Jarnagln. do tho instenoo of Dr. Gulllaumo, tho ldss. The temains were interred in Mrs. Llge Mauzy, Morgantown, director of tho statistical offloo of the Pharris graveyard Sunday, visited his mother, Mrs. Martha tho fodoral government, a oommlt-tc- o so an The following named persons have Mauzy, list week. of distinguished statisticians, paid their subscription to Tub ReMr. Vlrge Hocker nnd wife were scientists, travclors and geographers publican since our last issue: H. out calling Sunday evening. woe appointed to begin work by colX lecting all Information posslblo as to F. Foreman, Narrows; Dr. J R Pir-tiPursuant to a call by the chairman tbo best methods of taking this Hartford; Geo. W Barnett. Pas the committees on Invitation, recepworld census, and to report to tbo edanla, Cal E. L. Carson, Hager-towsee tion eutettalnment, etc., met at Z. institute at its mooting noxt year. 111 , H.J. Young, Rockport. Tbo first step In this Important Wayne Griffin St Bro's drug store enoommltCce's labor was to enlist tho C. L In this week's Issue, Ei-pHattfotd, Ky., last Monday afternoon, old of Ll Hung Chang. Woodward is announced as a candiNov. 30th, to perfect the preliminary interest and They met him when ho was la Berdate lor County Judge, subject to the arrangements for a banquet to be givlin and secured tho promlso of his action ol the Republican patty. Esqr. en by the citizens ol Hartford to Capt. influence In China. la no nation Woodward needs no introduction to Win. M. Hall and assistants in honbo will tho work of census-takin- g the voters of Ohio county, as he Is or of the erection of the Rough River mora dlffloult than la China. He is a progressive far- Locks No 1. At this meeting it was well known. Anything approximating an acmer, a good citizen and lives In the decided that the banquet should be curate oonsus of the population of He is held at thecoutt house in Hartford tho earth at tho present time is, Centertown voting precinct In without doubt, an Impossibility. at present making a good official as on the 15th day of December, 1896. BddMon to the poles, there are Magisttate. Hon. Jno. J McHenry, Tudge J. P. rnwty.tpota on the earth that have As a candidate for Jailer, Mr. Bruno Morton, T. L. Griffin and Hon. C. M. nofVbeen visited by tbe explorer, ones". Frey is asking for the support ol the Barnett were appointed as a commitbn4 oihors from which a census tee on program and bill of tare. etrmrotor would never get away Republicans. He is one of the 01 alive. Tho, population of tbe earth T. L. Griffin, Ch'm'n. Republicans oi Ohio county and is now estimated at 1,700,000,000. Jas. F. Carson, Sec'y. Is a good man In every particular. Theso figures were ghron by Profs. He was in the navy service during Befcm nnd Wagner, of the UniverTwo C'HlI. e the war. He is a resident ol the sity 'of Goettlngen, and their estiHorse Branch, Ky., Nov. 26. voting precinct, and canalwajs mates are based upon the best We the undersigned Republican frankly be counted on to do what he can for both Yet voters of Horse Branch voting pre- acknowledge that they have had to the success of his party. cinct urge that Sam A. Anderson be nil up many 01 weir commas wim "The Austin House," Louisville, come a candidate for Circuit Court nothing bettor than guesses of H&rtford gemple Ky., Is the name ol the hotel recently Clerk, subject to the action of the Re- guesses founded upon tho observafitted up by Mr. F. O. Austin, of publican patty and pledge him our tions of travelers, and upon other guesses mentioned in treaties given Denver Dam. Mr. Austin has had large support: by sfioh countries oa China, Persia, experience in the hotel business and Win. M Awtry, J W White, Aruoia oqu lurnoy. as he will have associated with him R H Raley, W H Burden, In China, for Instance, they state those two sterling and iudustrlous Bird Arnold, E. D. Ford, that their figures may bo 300,000,000 and I.uther C C Lyons, Ohio county boys, Tom R L Boyd, more or less than tho actual number Candidates, you need cards. Call Baker, his success U already assured. of people. In Africa thoy may bo las M Miller, Robt A Miller, Overstocked. ath Tun RKPOnuCAK office. hotel business at Ed Tabor, He will continue bis and in bohmi 60,000,000 astray, Vard Hazellp, Our stoics are chocked full of new, Aslatlo Turkey, Persia, Slam and Call o"nE. L Bulllngton lor any Beaver Dam. W W Miller, C V Christian, desirable goods. We need money and Afghanistan the figures ore probably S P Bratcher, Mr S T. Stevens, if Cromwell, Is J M Ferguson, must sell these goods this and next thing In the tunsoral line equally uncertain. now is A E White, month II you want bargains Messrs. Jo. A. flarnttt and T. L. another announced candidate for AW Haynes, China thoy are now assured, will Sheriff of Ohio county, and submits JP Miller, JWGivens, to come to sec us. In addU Anderson tho time returned Tuesday from take on offlolal census, and the govB Mededeth, goods cheaper Danville, Ky. Thiy nnde the round his claims to the Republicans. Mr. J J W Pierce, Hon to selling you ernments of Turkoy, Persia, Slam J L Haynes, Stevens is at present Deputy Sheriff W C Leach, and Afghanistan will also bo asked than other stores we arc going to give trip in a buggy. to give tholr asslstaneo to the agents S L StClair, and has a large acquaintance which M B Crowder, away 10 costly presents to our cusThe Sunday Schools ol Hartford w give him a good following for Levi Givens, of tho institute with a viow to makW H Haynes, ill tomers. S silver dollarsatid a handdecideil to have a Christmas ing somo districted enumeration of gocd official Gran Maiden, are two of the pres- hive E Colard, the nomination. He is a some gold watch tree this year, and extensive prcpara their peoples. Tho accomplishment D D Leach. He C S Rice, nud would make a good Sheriff. ents. The big pumpkin explains how of this will require a large amount specialties of tlons will be made. Clerk a few made the race lor Circuit We make Rockport, Ky Nov. 35. It U done. of diplomacy, as woll as of money, Photographer Tnjlor is now at j ears ago on the Republican ticket We the undersigned voters of Ohio and tbo widest possible knowledge Overcoats, Mclntoshes.Cloaks. Capes Suits and patiH, ladles Hats, all Beaver Dam, leady to do all kinds ol and was deieatcd by a small majority. county respectfully ask that Sam A. of tkeso half barbarous localities. He will be in hit gals la tho beginning of tho next cenkinds ol Shoes and Floors, Dry Goals, Photo work Mr. M. S. Ragland is before the Anderson become a candidate for the tury at the present rate of oxplora-tlo&c. Highest lcry every day except Monday. 8 tf. Dress (Joods, Groceries people as n candidate lor County office ol Circuit Court Clerk, on the thorp will hardly bo a squaro market prices lor couutry ptoduce. Sheriff C P Keown returned from Couit Cltrk, subject to the action of Republican ticket and we pledge him mile of Africa that will bo unsafo Frankfort this week, where he has the Republican patty Mr. Ragland our support: & for a traveler with a small guard, Geo M Maddox, D W Klmmell, been to settle with the Auditor. is well known throughout the counand an enumeration can bo made Kv. Pleasant Ridok, Sherlfl Keown Is one among the fust ty, having been the Republican nom- Henry Bishop, WJSherfield, which, if not accurate, will at loast Sheriffs ol the State to get his quietus inee for said office in 1 890. He made Willis Rowe, Preston Moseley, bo of enormous voluo. By 1900 Russia will have pushed her two Solomon Decker, S R Brown, and Is the first ShettfFOhlo county a gallant race then and was ouly derailroads nearly transcontinental W II Wilcox, had for several yeirs who has feated by a small vote. He was a S J Laudrum, has through Aslatlo territory, and the made a settlement on time. Bryant Wilcox, soldier Iu the late war, and Is very E H Maddox. wild regions of Thibet will bo open Globe-Democr- at Semi-weekl- y W 11 Maddox, John Maddox, Mr. R. B. Martin Itannounced this popular with the old soldiers. to the travoler. In tho year 1000 many keen and week as n candidate for the Republi-- I There was a reunion ol a part of the CI.EAItllUN. Intelligent observors will be sent can nomination for Sherlfl of Ohio lamlly of Mrs. Amanda Barnett at J. E Park is recovering from the into all these regions to make the county. He h is been constable in their old home near town hit Suntyphoid fever and will soon be out. $1.75. great estimate of tho hlthorto unbis District fur several yens and has day. Out of the eleven children nine Mr. Claude Ambrose, Henderson, is counted millions. He Is n good wete present, anion,; whom wete Mrs visiting the family of J.' A. Park. made a fearless officer It Is bollovcd that a census of Call on E. L. Bulllngton. worker in the pirty an a thorough John L. Barnett, of Owenboro; Dr. Mr Llge Divls has sold his farm suoh magnitude can bo taken on the gentleman in every tespect, and has N. Barnett, Caneyville; R J. Barnett, and will som move to the Concord 6amo day, or week, or month, all MrllKNUY. ovor tho civilised world. Tho effort many friends throughout the entire Rives, Tenu., and Mrs Jo B.Rogers, neighborhood. school Is progressing very . Our will bo mado to bavo It taken upon cou n ty. Hartford. On the account of pressing Our school at this place is moving nicely. ono and the same day if possible. A S Aull For County lulge, Eqr. business Mr. ! B. Barnett, Wltchlta, nlong nicely and the Interest in the ' Mr. C. E Roark, of Island, Ky , Is Ventilation of Warships. tells the people in this morning's Re- Kansas, and Rev. L R Barnett, of school is increasing. on a visit to friends here. publican that he wants their support. Rocky Comfort, Arkansas, could not Yielding to the pressure of his T All mines are making good time. A revolution in the method of ren? warships b imminent, it la Richard lames and Anthony Drown, He Is a resident of the Sulphur be present. Counting all present, friends and his own inclinations,Esqr. prtclnrt and Is justly children, grandchildren and sons-iJ. A. Park has announced himself as said, and before long tho ludicrous ol Point Pleasant, were In town on a Spiings voting popular wherever he is known. He law, there wete exactly twenty. At a candidate for County Judge. Over and objeotlonablo "cowl" will visit this week. In noon a large gobler was devoured and looking his many natural and acquiras obsolete 03 tho sprltsau-yorMis. Lige Render alter a visit to has had consMt rable experience Tho uso of elootrlclty ennbloa In St. Louis, Mo,, has re- public life, having been Magistrate the day was spent in telling jokes ed qualifications, he is still the one her mother a complete system of ventilation to for several years. He Is a good bus- - and comparing circumstances man who would insure success. turned home, her mother is Improv- I bo carried out, which was never Iness man and would make a good Aunt Martha. n ing In health. Voters ol Ohio County possible. Formorly, each fan official should he be nominated and of Rockport, I am a candidate for the office of . Mr. John Duncan, had to bo provided with Its own elected Why Suit Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court, f.ul steam englno, and, to soy nothing passed through town Saturday on a blood ject to the action of the Republican if catarth is phyfclciansdisease, as some of tho clrcumstanco that tho ma his way to Hartford. frequently adcl urn. that party. I have always been idcntifud vise change of air and climate to those chines took up a great deal of space, Mrs Jennie Hamilton Is an applisituations with the Republican pirty and have suffering? Catarrh is a climate affect there wcro a dozen of nlono, cant for the McIIeniy but sultablo for a fan 'Mrs. Ollle Roll Is able to be 'out given my time and what talent I may tion, and nothing but a local remedy quite An or a change ot climate will cure It. rnoat unlit for a steam englno. again. Mrs. J. C. Kelley and Mr. have for the upbuilding of those prinE'y's Cream Balm is so efficient as electrically drlvon horizontal fan, ciples both in Nationil and local polJohn A Kelley ate oa the sick list. to do away with the necessity of leav- with ite motor, can nbw bo used to P. itics. I don't come; before the people ing home and friends, causing Instant oxoellont purposo In any plaoo on stranger, nnd board ship whero It Is deemed dein h there a tickling; a the as aand know as most of you know relief lyr. is a real cure oi catarrh. IS jiinno. sirable. my quallficitlona fur me Do you cough great throat? Thete was a dance given at Thos the position to which I aspire, deal, especially when lying Joan Wai Too Patriotic. nines' last Monday night. Music Are you hoarse at down? I kindly ask my friends to lie at A Rare Ponman. N Fitz A hostile crltlo of Joan of Aro has was furnished by Messrs B. times? Does nearly every cold their respective voting places on FebarUen In Paris. Joan was, M. IjOuU hugh and C T. Davis you take settle In your throat? seruary 13, 1897, and assist me to In these days of typewriting maMartin says, moved by a narrow These "throat coughs" are ; Mlsa Susin Allen has returned Irom cure the nomination, and it nominatchines It U soothing to learn that and almost blamablo feeling of deceptive. Don't neglect very to the Washington neighbor archbishop of Canterbury witrlotlsm. alHlt ed I will use all honorable means to tho lato Sho arose when thd them. Troches, or cough was colobratod for his beautiful penhood. be elected. peoples of Europo, weary of feudalsyrups won't touch the spot. 1 Mr Jackson, the photographer, Is Thanking one and all for their as. manship, Tho primate, In his ism, wore trying to weld themmust take remedies that You Is said to haro revived, In In our midst. selves, provlnco by province, Into suranccj ot sur pott, I remain, enrich the blood, tone up will tils own person, in some reapocU, states. Sho found Franco and Quite a number Irom here are haul heal the InYours Truly, the. nerves; and the monastic Ideal It was a deliEngland united undor tho scepter of Ing their tobacco to Owensboro flamed membranes. Sam A. Anderson, cate, accurate handwriting, clear Honry IV., and broko tho bond that Hog cholera is prevalent In this sec SCOTT'S EMULSION oi and cloan cut, 'yet perfectly charactor Mnt held them together. Had thoy conCod-livOil with Hypophos-phlte- s Klou. The most desirable residence in town. teristic. Whoever saw this writing tinued under tho samo scoptor thoy contains such remedies. Miss Ida Gray, of near Owci.sboro longed, to Imitate IU soholarly elewould have formed tbo ono great abPor particulars see S. K. Cox. It has wonderful nourishing gance, that was so like print, and sorbing, overruling and grandiose Is visiting Miss Aunle Gngsby nd healing power. The cause now many an English sohoolboy can state of rnodorn Europe. J. KUtrm llowe InUicle.l. John Allen is at Beaver Dam this of the cough Is removed; the At the last sitting of the grand ju- boast he possesses tho pure week. whole system is given new Hie type that some head master ry Hon J. E.Rowe, CommounenUh's As to candidates lor county offioes, and vigor; and the danger Attorney for this Judicial District, has handed down to him. Boston Republicans of this section ure the from threatening lung trouble Comwas indicted fur being dtunk and Horald. for Circuit Anderson for Sam A is swept away. failing to attend to the duties ot his Clerk; Sam Birnett lor Sheriff; C I. Book about It Ittt, ono Fee U by all drunk at 5fc. and office. He ws iu the Cou it Htiit-WoMwatd lor Couuty fudge; D M $1.00. about one day during the whole tetm Ywk. Hooker for County Clerk; I, W. SCOTT ft BOWNB, Nor ttirr SI .25. ViiH of Court and Judge J 3, O run m Plow Boy Hunt for Coroner, a. DON'T FAIL cora-pltl- TO READ THIS! & Co. m mis I Fair Bros. BAKING Now is 1 The Time TO SUBSC FOR THE I if I WILL COMMENCE MONDAY powdir 1 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN In the hot campaign just finished To out their entire line a. nery at cost. This means to you a for $5.00 great saving. Hats that in at about half price, and the cheaper grades. out this line entirely We always not mean for this every season ar.d exception, year to be s. it has never failed to prove itself true to the Republican party and to the whole people. It has given the news as it curred without tion. Gome Early e, what we have in store for you And Besides this, we have opened our tire lino of IF YOU Christmas Goods Containing Toys for the children and more substantial gifts for the older Bargains WANT Anything in the Job Print- ing line we can do it for you s promptly and in shape. The best out fit in Western Kentucky and the best printers only employed The BEST work only. Prices reasonable. first-clas- ig-n- al In All Lines DFscia: p g gf. f i During the entire month. Ro-sin- fashion. proprietors. Bros. Sz, Co., NEWSIEST COUNTY PAPER IN KENTUCKY. """Subscription $1.25 Per Year, g "hi h The Hartford Republican mmsmMmBsmmwmwsmm E3cL"W"a-:re- L Custonwnado n, -- Jones Morehead, ISose &z Co. Garments Pits Guaranteed. p -t. The Republican and the St. Louis for 01 one year n o B 1 tnBr d. Represented Jbv parson & Qo. bo-for-e' To-Th- KENY0N COLLEGE KY. post-offic- Throat HODGENVTLLE, Coughs Offers exceptional advantages to young ladies and gentleNew men desiring a complete education at small cost. Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Doatd, Reference Library, Healthlul Location, Kenned and Intellectual Community, Supports a Lecture Course. SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR PREPARATION OP Teachers Review and Normal Training classes In session at all times, besides six other exhaustive and complete Send ior a We court investlvatlon. course of study. catalogue and judge for yourself whete the BEST educaAddreea tion can be obtained for the LEAST MONEV. all communltlons to K.enyou college. Hodgenville, Kentucky. er Ben-sonl- an OASTOniA. Republican The nnd Louisville year mercial both for maxo and Thl ll tho but marketftAsMA.ouri U tho Utl houso to ihlp to. WohOUlt!! liberal ad- W h.vn httP flflHtlnl than Dthtf .n(ua An .u.n.l.nmnt I. liaTlU many larf lactorlea to aupplr. Wo set you tho ton Drtoo and par ipol cuh nut la f f No UayellD aftnta. ship alt your wool and turn produoo direct to triJe. HBRNDON-CARTE- R LOUXSVILLB, XT. 110 Third BtrMt, or 318 to 010 MurraU Court. WOOL. WOOL. CO. 4&tf8EBZ Take THE REPUBLICAN. I 1 Ar LeutsvHle u 39 iu U 45 pm 8oo A T g?-- - Am 1( rW s f Hartford Republican. FUIDAV. HKCHMntlR 4. J89O .& Interns!. tarn We havo numerous inquiries In regard to S.8. 8. In eases of Internal cnnccr,such a3 cancer of the womb, stomach nnd bowels. When the nttaoks tlieso organs, the doctors generally admit that It Is Incurable. We make no boa6t of what P. 8. S. will do In stioh cases, as the following letters we feel aro worth more than volumes of claims that we might make. Head thein carefully : (lis-ea- log tho disparity In aim, Doing warm frionds. Tho other day tho dog catcher wngon wai making tho rounds nnd, as uaual, missing tho ours whllo ooralllng tho animal whloh nro well taken caro of. It happened that my friend's front gato had been loft open, and tho two dogs mentioned escaped Into tho street just as tho wagon tumod tho corner. Thoro was a grcU cry on tho part of tlu citcluw, who grasped their nots and mado a scratnblo for tho littlo epanlol, not seeming to llko tho Idea of tackling Tho poor littlo tho big hound. Bpanlol rcallzod her dangor, and at-tempted to escape. Sho flow llko ono possessed In every direction, only to ba hoadod off by tho men with the nctfl and a ocoro of small boys. Sho finally lialtod, panting, in tho middle of thi street, nnd ono of tbo men approached her with his not. It scorned that tho littlo thing's doom was sealod. Llko biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, constipation, tour stomach, Indigestion aro promptly cured by Hood's fills. They do their work Liver Ills II I of Gonoral Diroctory. STATU Ulnarta Tabulcs. Tiiti mil Ol'I'ICIALS ). Oovcrnur WillUiu O. Htmlky. Lieut, Governor W. J. Worth-instiii- 2iHi"i!22m2 easily and thoroughly. fl" " 1 . Best attar dinner pills. W& 1 SP 5 cents. All druggists. Prepared by O. I. Hood fir Co., Lowell, Mass. Tho only rill to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Hood's ttio SocrolHrynf State Chariot Finlcy. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor, mditor -- Samuel II, Stone. Tr'iiirer Geo. V. Long. Commitsiouor of Agriculture, Hornnd ticulture Statistics Lucas Mvoro. SEE THAT THE FAO-SIMIL- E fwjpriiflKiiSjiBiES m .'IiPpM. II. iflSTiSslsfS AMflclabloTrcn trrauonrorAs- slmilAtlng UiCTood nrulRcguta-linthe Stomachs nralDotvcla of g Public M, Davison. Instructioi-Gc- o. m m SIGNATURE Itlpans Tntiulc ouro naimwi. Uljiaiis Tabulcs: at dnuflrlt. rtlpans Tabulos cure dlnlnf n. Illpnna Tannics euro headache. Hlp.ina Tnbules cur naUWnt. lljpaus Taliiilci euro nlliiiiis Tubules Mlt iUtlloB, Illpans Tnliulcs euro tirt trtuHt. Ulpatis TnbulM euro blllouintw. illpans Tatiulci.onaniTMrdUf, nipann Tabulcs euro Induction, ftlpans Tntiulc euro torpid liter. Illpan Tabulos: gentle cMhurtt Illpnns Tabulcs euro contlpath. Illpans Tabulcs: for sour stomaeh. Illpans Tabulcs plcamnt latatlre. Illpans Tabtilrn rum liter tronklrs. ujPI1' 'h French trontler. At tho same time experiments wero atao mad; with a view to determining tho cfileloney of Infantry flo by day and ulghU Rcvuo du Cerclo Mllltalre. protectiig a great part Register Roynold. Land Ofllco (Jliae. O. op Our Hy Crop. Wfl Insurance Bureau Commissloncr-I- ), W. Comingoro. Adji.tnnt General D. R. Collier. Slate Librarian Mrs. Mnry Brown Day. TtAIMIOAl) "'I ProinotasDlgtsnori.CliccTftil-ncs- s COUMIMHi'SKIia. nndncst.Contafrrs ncllncr Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral. Norwich, Cons.. Deo. 80, 1805. Tnn Bwmt Srucinc Co., Atlanta, Ga. Gentlemen: Will you kindly mall mo your book on blood poison, skin diseases and cancer? My mother, 70 to 75 years of age, has a canocr In tho rectum. Two of our best doctors here liave given her up, and say tho sooner she dies tho better for herself, and If she lives long sho will die in ngony. While I do not know that they aro wrong In their opinions, I am not satisfied with them, and bellevo your 8. S. 8., If It docs not euro her, will at least relieve her so sho will die peacefully. I got her started on your S. 8. 8. yesterday, and what I want of your book is points ns to bathing or injecting. Will be pleased to hear from you soon. Yours very truly, U. L. CnosanovE, Sox l&i, Norwich, Conn. The Swift Nonwicn, Conn., Feb. 0, Co., 1800. j Atlanta, Ga. Gentlemen : Whon I wrote you tho latter part of December, my mother was, according to the honest belief of three physicians, on her deathbed; she could not retain either food or medicine on her stomach, and it did not seem reasonable to think there waa anything but death to relieve her. The doctors informed us she had a cancer in the lower bowel and there w.19 no euro for her. She showed such vitality for a person to be so near death we thought there must be something to help her, and reading of others being saved by the use of your 8. 8. 8., wo thought it would do no harm, if not some good, to try it, so wo informed her of her condition, just as the doctors had informed us, and left it with her to try your remedy or not, as she saw fit. She concluded to try it and from the first dose or two, she began to brighten up, and Improve: she can now get up, dress and help herself, and can cat everything or anything she wants and no distress from it. Wo all feel quite hopeful that tho cancer will pass away in due time by tho use of your 8. 8. 8., which she will now gladly take. You may make this letter as publlo as you choose, and the more so the better, as too much praise can not bo given your valuable remedy. Yours truly, Geo. L. CnosanovE. Tbo above is but a samplo of the many lottcrs wo receivo daily in regard to d blood diseases various which other remedies do not touch. Contagious Blood Poison, and Totter, are obstinate blood diseases, and only a real blood remedy will havo any elTect whatever upon them. S. 3. 8. guaranteed purely vegetable) la a real blood remedy and never fails to cure any disease having its origin in the blood, it matters not what other treatment has failed. Valuable books can bo obtained by addressing Tho Swift Speclflo Co., Atlanta, Ga. deep-seateScrofula.Eo-zema.iUicuinatis- THIS AND THAT. Tho hcalthic.it plaoo in tho world appears to bo a little hamlot in Franco, named Aumonc. There are only 40 inhabitants, 23 of whom aro 80 years of ac, nnd one Is over 100. Of the 17 Transatlantic cables only 7 are in use, tbo others having given out from various causes. Tho total cost of tho cables which arc now useless was 0,000,000. A huge block 6f granite, tho largest over sot free by blasting, was recently taken from a quarry In Concord, N. II. It measured 106 feet In length by 20 foot In height and 20 feet in width. A man in Groton, N. Y., attempted to frighten his raothor-in-laby euterlng her houso disguised as a burglar. Sho grabbed a gun, nnd so seriously wounded him that his arm had to bo amputate!. of a NorIn tho confcsslon-bool- c folk lady, tho princess of Walc3 has loft a record In her own handwriting of two interesting facts one, that her favorite art Is millinery; tho other, that her favorlto employment Is "minding her own business." Tho city of Washington, with its lino asphalt streets, Is considered to bo a cyclist's paradUo. Its only drawback Ls tho fact that it U a great field for blcyclo thieves. In a recent report of tho police department of that city, covering tho period from July, 1893, to July, 1800, 117 machlnos wero reported htolen. Tho negro nuns who aw seen from timo to timo In tho streets of Now Orloaus always interest visitors to tho Crescent city. They belong to tho Holy Family of Sisters, which was founded In 1812 by four freo colored women. In tho convent there uro ut present 08 sisters, 20 novices and 0 candidates. Some American cycling notes in tho English pros? aro ns follows: "Sovoral of our racing moti havo received good offers to rldo in America and Chicago. Tho Salvation Army has place! a bioyolo corps to work In Now York, Chicago, U. S. A. Prosl-den- t Cleveland's daughter, Miss Ruth, rldos well. Sho Is often seen A San riding in Central park. Francisco magaslno gavo a rolay iiico acrobs the continent tho other day." 0ANINE FRIENDSHIP, Greyhound Saves a Spaniel tho Dor Pouid. "Talk about tho sagacity of dogs," remarked Jenkins, as ho scornfully survoyod tho records of tho good deeds dono by cnulnos In gouoral, "why, I saw something tho other day which beats tho world something which, in addition to proving tho reasoning powers of dogs, showed also that somo of them at least jwsscss a groat capacity for affection for their own kind. A friend of mlno up town owns sovoral dogs, among tho lot being a greyhound and n dlmunltlvo spaniel, thp two dogs, nottvitustand. mag-nlilco- .Tun C. Wood, chairman; J. F. forgot tho value of somo ordiproducts, of whloh almost Dempscy, It. S. Irwin. Secretary Thus, Samuel F. Brown. "Suddonly thoro was a fbroo bark evory farm yields somothlng. nud tho big greyhound camo leaping at one timo wo crownoJ cotton as COSOIirS'tONAL. into tho crowd, scattering tho small king, but In fact many othor prodSenator Hon. William 0. Lind boys and compelling tho cntohors to ucts of tho farm wore of much say, Hon. J. (J. S. Blackburn. Tho hound greater value. Corn Is king of all tako to tbo wagon. Representative Fourth District products, Hon. John W. Lewis. reached tho side of tho spaniel and, American agricultural taking in tho situation, reached while cotton and wheat aro secondSTATU l.KOISLATUItK. down, grasped his woe companion In ary to hny when converted Into Senator Hon. A, D. James. was off money. Tbo hny crop of the United his capacious mouth, and Representative Ohio County Hon. down tho street llko a shot. Ho States Is reported as worth more O. M. Barnett. didn't stop for tho gate, but with a than six times as much ae tho silver great, graceful leap was over tho output. It Is a vory small hay crop OHIO COUNTY. fence, and ttlcn, gently depositing that la not worth doublo nil tho CIRCUIT COURT. tho spanlol on tho ground, stood silver product of tho whole world Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owcni-horUnited Presfor samo year. wagging his tall, as If knowing that ho had dlscomtitcd their onemles, byterian. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney whllo tho spaniel gambolled and Steel rails wero first used for Owentboro. tnado tho welkin ring with her railways at Chalk Farm near LonT. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. shrill barks. If that wasn't a groat don, in 1802. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hnrtlord. thing, I don't know." N. O. Times- B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner Democrat. WON DISTINOTIOM. Hnrtlord. A Noted Studio. G. B Likens, TriiBteo Jury Fund Hindus Capture Prominent Two Hartfoid. Probably no studio In tbo world English Prizes. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. 's for beauty. rivals The head of English cricket for Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford It aud tho rest of the house wero tho year and tho head of tho India Joe Roberts, Forilsville; Thos. R. built from his design. Tiles and civil scrvico competition for tho Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Stevens, arcados, plants nnd year are both Hindus. Mr. Chat-terjl- 's Cromwell. marbles, glimpses of sky, bronzes, gallorlcs aohlorcmcnt is not less reCourt convenes first Monday in and balconies In fact, sucli scenes markable In tho arena of intellectual as his plcturoi show are tho sum nthlotlcs than In Prince Ranjlt-sinhjl- 's March nnd August nnd continues three weeks, nud third Monday in May and of his home. Ills studio Is doa: In in the world of sport Probwhite and silver, this background ably no career open to Englishmen November two weeks. COUSTV COt'RT. having been found after many ex- exerts a moro powerful attraction John P Morton, Judge Hartlord. periments to bo the best for tho on the clover youth of our public D. M. Hnckcr, Clerk Hartlord. tone of hU palnting3. schools and universities than tho R. P. Neal, Attnrnev-Hartfor- d. comAIE MOTORSFQR OARRIAftES. India civil service, nnd tho Court convenes first Monday in petition for its appointments has ench month. A Claim of Twenty-Fiv- e Miles an Hour been elaborated Into the most QUAHrEtlLY COURT. for One. searching test that tho wit of exBegins on tho thirst Monday in Tho distinseveral months past experi- aminers can doviso. For January, April, July and October. ments havo bean conducted at tho guished acadcmlo careers of many of COURT OP CLAIMS. Amorlcan Wheolock Engine comtho 61 gentlemen who follow Mr. Convenes first Monday-iJanuary, pany's works in South Worcester Chatterjl In tho list show tho class nnd Tuesday after tho secjud Monday upon an air motor adapted to uso of rivals among whom he has won in October. heavy the first plaoo. As Prlnco Ranjlt-slnh-ji upon hackney carriages, OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. Is not only head of English Theso wagons and private vehicles. G. S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur experiments and tho work upon tho cricket for 1898, but also head by Springs. motors havo been carried on entire- performances of exceptional brilN. C. Daniel, Assessor Ororawell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. liancy, so Mr. Chattcrji Is facile ly independently of that on the Hartstreet car motors now princeps In tho great Intellectual ford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur building there for tho Metropolitan struggle with a long interval beSprings. Traction company of New York. It tween himself and tho next man. C. R. Campbell, ls understood the Metropolitan TracPoorhouse There ls a certain fitness that theso eight young Hindus should bo Keeper, Hartlord. tion company is in no way interested in the motor carriages, al- representatives of tho two anclont JUSTICES' COURT8. though some of the individual stockcaste? which from time Immemorial Fordsvii.li:. J. A. Bowling ruled India. holders of tho traction company Prince Ranjltsinhjl Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, literally September 19, Deccmlicrl.9 belongs to tho Rajput, havo been to a certain extent concerned with tho experimental work. "royal born," or military casto that Bufori). Ben F. Graves March Like tho motors for street cars, supplied tho horoditnry soldier fam- 2G, June 25, September 24, Decemsecrecy has been maintained In tho ilies of Hindustan. Mr. Chatterjl ber 24. experimental work In connection springs pf what Is regarded by bU Hartford. A 8, Anil March 5, with tho motor carriage, and no ono countrymen as a more august lino-ag- Juno 4, September 3, December 3. With an unbroken and verified outside of tho works and only a few Woodward Rosine. C. L. connected with tho establishment descent from ono of tho five Brab-man- s March 13, Juno 12, September 11, who, according to tho tradihavo been allowed to note tho progDecember 11. ress made. The work ha3 all been tion which In India passes for hisCromwell. Jont B. Wilson In charge of an expert New York tory, brought sacred rights into tho March 7, June 7, September 5, Deengineer, who has himself dono mo3t lower valleys of tho Ganges from cember 5. tho north 1,200 years ago, hl3 family of tho designing aud devising incidental to tho application of an air forms oao of a close confederacy WAKTBT-SRVRR- AL or wontea to travel for which has furnished during ten motor to an ordinary vehicle. Tho carrlago has had several trial centuries tho intellectual force in rRoiraible eoitbliahed houre in Salary $780, payable $15 trips in tho yard, but not until last Bongal. Indians of tho high descents expenrt. Position week was it taken upon tho street, to which Mr. Chatterjl and Prlnco wnfitly andReference. Rncloned self nnd the public given an opportunity Ranjltsinhjl belong havo hitherto addressed stamped envelope. The to witness It Thoy were not In- been infrequont visitors to England. ITVttoflal, Scar Baildin?, Chicago. vited even then. The carrlago in Their casto rules long stood in tho general appearance much resembles way of their crossing "tho ISiKklrn'K lrnlf'n NMlrr. vehicle, extho ordinary and although this Infraction The Best Salve in the woild lor cepting for somo experimental ma- of ancient custom may now bo conchinery vlslblo underneath tho body doned by ponanca on tholr return, Cuts, Utilises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt of tho carriage. Its firat appearanco tho great majority of Indians in R lieu 111, FcverSores, Tetter, Chapped was made Friday afternoon, whon it Great Britain aro still derived from Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd ail Eruptions, and positively was subjected to a trial trip upon raoe3 or classes holding a lower Skin or no pay reqnired. curefl Piles, It is position in tho Indian social scale guaranteed to give perfect Fatisfnct ion Park avenue, and from every indlcatlon it worked satisfactorily. PresTho young horo of tho cricket-fielor money refunded. Ptice 25 cents manipulated the represents n stock whose one pur- per box. For sole by Williams & ident Hoadloy power and a party of men occupied suit during ages ha3 been tho prao-tic- o Bell. 13-yr. tho seats, of which thoro are two. of the many virtues and of war. "I don't know that I look particuPneumatlo tired whosls aro used. In Tho head of tho India civil service tho trip Friday afternoon a speed of examination represents a casto larly green," said Henry Quy Carle-to- n to a Chicago Tribune reporter, at loast 25 miles an hour was ob- whoso functions during an equal "but sluco I have ben In Chicago tained without any apparent dif- period havo been tho art of governficulty. ment nnd tho acquisition of learn- several of your Inlmltablo confidence It has been stated that tho30 wiio ing. Prlnco Ranjltsinhjl Is a Rajput men have tried to play mo for a foot aro bade of tho carrlago air motor of western India. Mr. Chatterjl is a I went In a Dank tho other day to not a pretty big check cashed. Intend, in caso of success, which Hrahman of Its moot easterly provWhllo I waa counting my chango a now seems assured, to form a stock ince, Bengal. company for tho purpose of running Tho scrvico Prlnco Ranjltsinhjl stranger pointed to n fivo dollar bill a system of air motor cabs In somo has performed for India Is not that 011 tho floor. It's an old gam:. The of tho larga cities of tho counho has proved one of his race to be Idea ls that whon tho victim stoops try. Tho motor carrlago concapablo of tho highest, achievement to pick up tho bill, which tho 'con' structed In Worcester is tho first in In our national sport, but that he man placed there himself, the thief which compressed air is used aa tho has made the fact known to tins will disappear with the other money mctivo force. In all other motor wholo British people Tho few which is left on tho countor. Of carriages propulsion is obtained Englishmen who know tho Indians course, I didn't bite, " 'Thank you,' I said, and placed either by a storage? bittery or well readily admit that tho Rajputs a miniature ongiuc. Worcester aro bravo and athlotlc, and the my foot on the bill. " 'Is It yours? ho asked. (Mass. ) Spy. Bralimans clover at learning. But " 'Certainly, sir,' I replied, no to tho maiscs of our country men who HEW GUN3. pay Prlnco Ranjitsln-hjl'- s stood for n few momenta and waited performances amount to a new until I had put ray monoy In ray Projectiles with a HI3I1 Trajjctory discovery of India. It brlng3 homo pockot and departed. I was tfvo Easily Pl;rca Iron Armor. Ave" to them the fact that among our dollar In. Tho 'con' man waa Tho now Garmin camp at dollars out" In Asia, thoso closo to tho Belgian frontier, hundreds of Cure for Cholsra. has attracted special attention ow- millions whoso vory Into turn them numerical to tho oxparlmonti latoly caring At tho beginning of tbo century a abstractions, thoro aro men who can ried on there. Tho object of tho extako tho lead la national sport which most peculiar cholora remedy was tn periments was to try tho offect on nil Englishmen lovo and moro or loss uso In Persia. It consisted of fiold fortifications of the now guns Prlnco Ranjltslnhjl's wadding up a leaf from the Koran undorstnnd. with which tho Gorman "foot artilnnd forcing it down tho patlont's victory has tho lery" lias lately bean equipped. Tho Englishman onablod India, nvorago throat and has to rcallzo guns in question are mado him respect Indians to a dehowitzer guns and eight and could that ,no mortars. It ls In- gree secured. othor triumph London Times. tended to utilizes somo of those guns have IS A in tho attack and defenso of positions, In which respect thoy would LOCAL DISEASE We hove tmt!e arrangements by And Is the result of colds and sudden play a considerable rolo, seeing that tho dofcuso, nowadays, dUpo303 of which we can ftirnMi the Lmii'villc climax chaiifes, ; Post ami the IIxrti'okd hotter means of resistance- than FOR YOUIt PROTECTION In front of KsrunucAX lor $2 73 per veir. This formerly. Tho obstaoles We positively state that this remedy the lino of dofonso will be Incroasod, is undoubtedly the greite.it ofijr cv.'r does not contain mercury or any ith natural points of vautago will, to a pit to the people. You will jret 36s er injurious durg. greater extent, bo utilized and small sum upon by moans of portable pa"rs fvity jci.r fir the of 2.75. Take advantage of the of Is acknowledged to be the most thor railarmor, screens built up with fsr at once. ough cure for Nasal Catarrh, Cold In way rails, ota, sholtors will bo prothe Head and Hay Fever of all remevided, against which ordinary field artillery will bo poworless, but thoy dies. It opens and cleanses the nasal will not resist tho hoavy projeotllos passages, alhys pain and inflamatlnn litals the sores, protects the mem thrown with a vory high trajectory brame Irom cold, restores the nences from thoso guns. Tho objoot of tho Now of tase and smell. A particle Is aptrials in question was to determine plied directly into the notrels, la tho best modo of uso of thoso guus, agreeauie. 50 cents at uniifinsis or moro especially tha mortari, against by mall: samples 10c by mail fortifications of an ' analogous na12LY BROTH KRS, for $1. ft. I ture to tho forts d'nrrct 56 Wancn Street, New York. NOTNAltCOTld. Jte&ttfCUB-SWIZlUlUM- IS ON THE 5ST ' E nary WRAPPER OF EVEBT BOTT-Tu- Careiuuind cMloednd tit lM- tattnun(uconlocte4fr MoomTl Ouh Ofriet li Or potirc U, . mtiht orrMt m lc tin uw um d wttiMMcura rentois irom naiaingioo, Snd model, drm( or fboto,or tl dmnlp- (V not, tn nJWie, If piicntbl tlon. till rfni tror. ool durre. wt ut " aoa o Otuln Paimu," ht "" S. and forttfu connuWt A P4MPHICT, ccat ( Mm in thi U. TraJo-Mtr- p't fit. JmHSfyl C.A.SNOW&CO. mC, WAtHINttTOrl, D. VS? Worms jCorrvulsiora OF iwwvwwvva L Apofctt Remedy forConsitna-rto- n , Sour StormfDiarrtca, .Fevcnsh-rtcs- nndLoss r or Sleep. s GRDVEE CASTORIA boUlrt oalr. It Outcrrt li put tp la ott--!i sol tola la tali. Utzt uiot ujcu 10 ran or proolM till ll m MtrtUng 1m en thi p! "Isil u - geod" M iu niw "'7 F B pew," yr jrt Smuts Signature of I o. TTEW tOnK. Ut OUCT CTPTOrWHAPPCn. . ,..- - Alma-Tadema- SUOET-HaO- TELEQBAPS7, rEKUAKSHIF, ETC TA HTELESS zsv2Wwite $mnm cSSggn. & STRATTON BRYANT 400 THIRD BTREET. LOUISVILLE. KY. no. Who desires to bettor his or her condition in life, should writo for tho Cataloguo or tho CHI LLi TON OHOVEH TA8Tnt.K!!t CI ILL TONIC W.1 c tn all bought ibr Krurs leAj tbif buiintM. hT MnfDro ut II rear. In lb drop unltt 1 tall narrr ol4 n nirl ibatciTa ucb trnlr, Tu&lo. faipw m luar luun HUE'S (HHEICIIL S. E, Cor. 5th and Market Sts, COLLEGE WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. U3L 1 . ixa. . Hot . 01 M. rvlt Modldna Co., toldUniU, Mo. botlUt at (JontlMnftnt Vf 1ul TV?. 1.AT1 1 10 JUST A3 COODrOR ADULTS. 18. A1" 7r. ht ur A n SHORTHAND fNSTITUTB Affords the beet facilities fir thorough practical training in SHORTin Success HAND. TYPE WRITING and Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Terms mokrnte THREE MONTHS. Business men furnished Stenographers FRKIC OF when competent BOOK-KKKPIN- For n!e by Williams t Bell. Ot. jESiatirftixoo Pig 5tn St. Louisville, Ky. R.I.P.ANS TABULES STOMACH, CHARGE. RCOULATC THE UYER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. V JTtfO". t,. ISLTTST&r, A ... -- 3FyiEL- - niPA5 TAnCLES r Ik. Xt H. Im r.r MIUi nUlnnM, Ilr.Jxkr.aill. !!.. D,iwli,(kmli 14t.rTr.ahlM, UU.tarM, n4l'MtiWw, UlM.t.,7, OIT.ulT. Ilri.tk, mt .11 ! r.r. .f ih. SCMMfc, lire n.w.lfc lUpan. T.lnlM cnnUlM noiUay InlnrlMM eoaauinUen. Ar. IMUul t. th. MMMt rvltot. U. M.,tfftnaJ, Mid air. tnarnlt.!. orJrrM May b ITlo4A tau far throcib Bm( dranut, or bf caUi-- BuvJ t lal, 3 c.nta Ad Ire. THE niPANS CHEMICAL CO., 01 WJK JJt 'i aKSf? XH 'V j.-rsi'- : : . rl nfTontls Punctured Tiros Tlllle s mi llfil' llltd dl(l. .! Co Keeps Thom Mended. No walking homo. No taking out ot not to li'jure valves. tires. One treatment insuies your tirts against italn for a year. Can containg tnough puncturold l'or snle by llicycle fur two tirrs. Dealers, or ent postpa'd, to any on receipt of I'KICE, i?l oo l (kWa t a t .,.. aw.aw ,. m , e. 'WW' Fair vbw OF- Herd Polemd 11 Cm Chinas, U.WELLR, Beaver Dam, Ky. .1. Ken-ttlift- TKU.. MU1K Come and Pigd ill pairs nut akin. tee my Stock, or write your rint. Prices reasonable. . black-water- ," four-whe- el Louisville t " Dental Co.,, - -r- FQR-r- d Furmors' nnd' Villngors, FOE 1 Fatbors i and FOR Motliors, !3ons And Daugutors, FOR All tho Family. OWEVSBORO, KT. j 4W.M.ft. ' .., With tho clow of tho Presidential can'pniiin Tho TIUHUNE rccop-nizo- s the fact that thn American people are now anxious togivolhclrattru-tm- u interest. T-- t meet this eondllion. politics will to home and have far lesi epace nnd prominence, until nnother Statci or National oeca-iodemands renewal of the light for the principles for which tho THIB-UN- E has labored irom its inception to the present day, anil won Its greatest vtetnrirs. e effort will bo put forth, and innev freely pent. to Every a NATIONAL FAMILY mute the WEEKLY TWHUNE NEWSPAPER, intcrej'ing. inutructive, entertaining and indieponsilile to each member of the family. bii-iiipos-ihl- n Gold Crowns tS'to'tt ' Porcelain Crowns . , . , . 3 to IlCbt set of, tcctb (no better made no matter how much j ou pay) , $3,; '; $1, upj, Gold fillings j( '. .' 75 ''.',' Silver filling " 1 ? Extracting, jet tooth ''" ' P.dnless extracting with Vitaiited"'' . . . , . . i.5oei i W o 'o Air . Extracting free when AitiflciIA e(,ij mf Teefh arc ordered. Office pernrtncQt k.tlf K 'je a B jii We fnnihh THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY WE HAVE gato-mono- TRIBUNE, both tmprrp Mai-med- y, fellow-subjec- ts fellow-subjec- ts $1.25 Address ONE YEAR Loa- -- R. .wkotraai. price. H61panyw)jr.I vaKiutaiaiiuH vsiuia bmoi KTerytblDtf consumer to aolldilaet NO AGENTS " t ' (. ' k Ulil- - g wajraat1,l,tt t fLra--rxoo W. HAUTKdnn ItEPrBLIfiVN, K Ull ordcrR 10 the u nuTr,Br. a4la. Writs fir citaloona. tBMAT- CtrrUj.SH.tn.nliHg.Cfc. trie. Hldlas 'IUttrU 104. tijii: taiii.t: i. r. it. 11. iijayki Write your nnnie and address nn a postal enrd, yrd it to Geo.,W Pes, Room 2, Tribune Duildlng. New York City, and sample copy OlTJjB NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will b- - mailed tJ ,you. J leil J'leight ir:ill iFnft Jdrttl s six-Inc- h y-'-i'' CATARR H Eve-tin,- Kopublionn Tho York aud tho Tribuno both papers on' vinr Tlirt'iirloir Iilrn. Tlie Curfew Idea is 'one tint is growing rapidly in popular f.ivorw th the people cfthcUnlted States. When It has been once tried It Is found to be giving such satisfaction tint the pen pie would not think of abolishing the system. For the benefit of tho.e that do not understand whit it means we will explain: At eight o'clock In theevenine. or at any other httr designated, every boy nnd girl under the age ol lourteen or sixie--n ns miv be screed upon, mint get off the atreets and be at home unless nccoiu. oanled by a parent or puardlin, Those who have the welfare oftiie lial-- f fl,ll ttttull tn fip. . ..u&nn1d . M ,..... ' VUU1IU liCVIMIO nf .. ..(.! I n 4.. " inese Bamc unyn mm um.-- Ki be useful and respectablecltlzenHrin't help but endorse this move. It h an txcecdlngly rare thing that a boy or V . 1 . girl either & jny bwlrfcsrt orr'ttie-strtetafter 8V) o'clock ui'thfc eVe1 ning. The thieveX Mid;thtig.4-rTrriV- r ly every town nnd ritj'.in tTie.UqJletl,' States have been from boy.fwho We;e, permitted to le on trje struts nt,unu. More than ortfjooy In. anal hours Madisonvlile now tests tinder suspicion simply fiom being on the streets It (aixt after 9 o'clock at night. ccedliijily rare that any I oy has any business whatever up In ' town niter the sun coea down. The boys of thifl country are well woith looking after. piiey Hre to be our future men. Mwiisonvllle Hustler. ;: : . GOIqVKST,Mi .rliirft' F.isf'Mall ' No,,30j a 7 17, a.itn. ' ' : -No 221 a 12 2S,p..rn. Mall ,. Ijocal Fielght No. 91 a2S,D. ;" nniKO bast. No 391 a 6 00 a. in. No 232 a I 02 p. m.r Ho ,2W n'7-aP "'' ' -- , " ; .H.MgniityVgt.,, r.raonnl . (I mKtt o page"iimdii?al .'referMioe look to any uerson aflllcted with any mieci'i, '"lj..Br.fy.cf,Jf. dlfef.w- ' i ' it - eading physicians aud burgefliia of the Unjted States, Dr. Hathaway Co , 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. At 'VS fM fi-- ! ..- -. ... ..- - 1 fi. ". ICOTIUB. . "" 11 e)lU)lUHUl HUU .1 ,1U nmVq Subscribo for. -Tbo, Iwurrerrymin ami -- rnman In rbJ7Viltod SUbx IntamUd In lb Oplnm nd Wht.kyt. liibiu to haft baa of my took, on lho.4 Ad.lreu U. M. WoolUy. AIInU,WrV. Uox SO, and M Kill be (eat oti (re. t r , . r li ' .'-- gUb Wanted-- An aa 1UI Idea or xmtomimmmfswsitiz oeM Drtaa tbalr .!.. T.ihlaaiaa. D. ol Ko baaOrd taratMaoi rw(f4, Sl.tUO ' 11 &s&,' "' .... J ni?' 1 ' 1 V )0 t ...v.. 1..1 ii -- L