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Special attention given to young pupil. Trrai as uiual. Your patronago The Hmteord Republican. OFFICIAL OR&AK OF TEE PARTY IN TEE fOURTfl CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. afl 1f&kr dripeptlci, bilious lufiertrs, victims bt fever and ague, tha mercarUl d I sea and jsntltnL how they liesHh.cIirer-(n- l spirits and guud apptlti they will ttll jrou by taking Him. moni XIVIR Rrsu- - ASK the recovered VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1896. THE ANGEL OF EVENTIDE. NO. 20. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Ths ChMpett, Purttt and Beit Pamtlf Medietas In ttis World I For DYBPBPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Iun. dks,nilloussttack(,ftTCKHRAbACTR.Cqllc, Depresloa ot Spirits, SOUR UTOllACll, Heartburn, M. TMl unrivalled remedy l warranted sot to contain a single particle of. Utucuar, or any mineral tubitance, but Is containing thoae Southern Roots and Herbs which an alWlie rravldencs has placed In where Liver Dliemei most prevail. t will cure all Disease; caused by Dtrants-itie- nt ol the Liver and llawtls. Tba BYMPTOilS of Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad tsito In the month; I'aln In ths Daos, Sides er Joints, often mistaken (or lthes-matlsour Stomschi Loss of Anrttlts) and lax HeadachN Eowels alternately eoitlvs painful Memory, with a sensation of having failed to do something which ought to have been dona; Debility! Lew Spirits, a thick yellow appearance of the 8kln and Kvea, a dry Cough oftsn mistaken for Consumption. Somttlmes many of these symptoms attend the dlstsie, at others vary few; but the LIVER (a general! ths aeat of the disease, and If nat KeiuUtsd In time, great suffering, wretched-Bei- s and DUATII will emus. The following highly eiteemtd persons attsit to the virtues of Simmons I.lvsr Regulator) Sen. W. 9. Holt, Pree. Oa. 8. W, R. R.Co t Rev. J. R. Felder, Terry, Oa.; CoL B. K. 8parka, At. bany. Oa. C. Masierion, Esq., 8herlft Bibb Co , Oa l lien. Aleaander It. Stephens, "We have tested Its virtues, personally, and Vnow that tor Dyspepsia, nillousoeis and Throbbing Headache It Is thabeit medlolns tha world ever saw. We triad forty other remedies before Simmons Liver Regulator, butnonegeve s more than temporary relief; but the Regulator not only relieved, but cured us." Ed. PUnELY VKGKTAULK, 1' Highest of all in Leavening Power. por fvTearly- JciiL mitfemJLmi jF ab. wJsjIln -L' LJJrcir tlE we- Hb' - v DELKER H-flLTTES HESXaOO 1713:353 H - a3Ja.X. o m f 8 1 rf Thou who dost cover all the land In silence, with thy soul at reit; Hushing with soft and tender hand Dark swaying pins and twittering nest; From thy fair, placid, saffron tkles Come irently down with healing flight And seal with sleep woe's weary yes Throughout the. watches of the nlghtl Thou who upon thy pinions fslr Doth bear ths sounds of vesper bells Upon the holy twilight sir. O'er breesy downs and flowery detls; Amid tha braten psalms And silvery songs that sweetly roll healing, perfect calm Bring thou Heaven's To every stricken, weary soul I Thou who upon ths quiet grave Dost calmly spread thy maatl gray; Dcdew ths grass which o'er them waves When kith and kin are far away. Kiss those who, in the gloom of death. Through all night's dreary watches weep; And whisper with thy healing breath! Baking Rpjfol Powder AB&OWT&1.Y PURE 3 "To 'marry Mary Conover?" repeated the rhoumatio, blankly. "Why, I didn't know you worn "We're not and novor were. But I'm going to marry her," and the artist smiled. "You see, It was just like this. I had always admired Mary and boforo going away I was on the point of proposing marriage. But alter duo consideration I decided that It was wiser to remain unfettered. I looked at It in this way: I knew that with proper study and application my futuro would bo a creditable one. In other words, t knew I had it In mo to reach the summit of success and that wealth, fame and soolal power would bo mine. And I didn't know whetltor M&ry Conovor would bo a fit mate for mo when I attained all that. Sho was always the dearest, best and sweetest girl the Lord ever lot live, but she was such a simple, quiet llttlo thing that I thought I might find it potloy to cbooio somebody better qualified to do honor to my station. It has taken me years to flud out, but at last I realise that there Is no other woman like Mary Oonover. It makes no difference) what elso I may have, without her life will be Incomplete. The proba tion must have been pretty bard tor her, forced as she has been to conceal her emotions, but I won't keep her in suspense much longer. Hotlof MARION CO. REPUBLICANS Havo Indorsod Hon. John W. Lowls for Collector of Internal Rovonuo. Lebenon, Ky Nov, 21 At a regular called meeting of the Republican Committee for Marion county, Ky held in Lebanon on Saturday, November 31. 1896. the following resolution was unanimosly adopted: Resolved, by the Republican Committee for Marion county, That voicing the sentiments of the Republicans ot Marion county, we indorse and recommend Hon. John W. Lewis, of Springfield, Ky., to the Presidentelect, Wm. McKinley, for appointment to the position of Collector of Internal Revenue for theFifth district ol Kentucky. years Mr. Lewis Por twenty-fiv- e has been a central figure in Kentucky politics, warring the district against overwhelming odds; and leading "for iKf. El fc- "lie glveth Ills beloreth slepr TUSOAril and Messexqir, Maeon, Oa. ONLT BV MANUFACTURED CO., Philadelphia, Pa. J. It. ZEILIN d o NT fS? -i TIebrew days Thou who la far-bac- k Didst smile on Dethlthsm's harvest gold When fair Ruth stood with wistful gase, Ilstween the nV life and the old. Deep yearning for the nobler part Beneath the holy, sapphire sklea; Smile chastely on each maiden's heart. And fix on truth her eager eyes! Olivet Thou who on Didst leave Him In the waning light neluctant oft. Ills fair locks wet With the cold dews of fsUlng Bight; Who oft didst light with kindly sky Ills way to sacred Bethany; Have pity on the weary sigh. And lift each lone one's misery! Thou who, wltb mystic tender charm, Didst bring all weary oneo to rest The folded lambs safe home from harm, Tho babe close to Its mother's breast. The swallows to the sheltering eaves. The lark down to his mossy sod; Make sweet our dreams which Fancy weaves. And leave us In the love of Oodl Sunday Mogaalne. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Jns.n.Glenu, J. H.B. Wedding GLENN & WEDDING. HAKTFORD, KY. 1 .J1KWeB1mw?"" fc;i LAWYERS, (Offlea.oTer Anderson's Baaaar.) I P.n o CO XOO 3r OerLt. Will practice their profession in aL thecourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention givon collections. Ales Notary Public for Ohio county. tin. 3EXxi.clsOro.st- - -- WRITE FOR CATALOGUE- .- PBiY HARTFORD, JT KT. AW AT THE CHURCH DOOR. Sold by authorized deal ers or direct from BT EMMA X. WISE. THtOO.DELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, i In conaection with the Southern Pacific C , will, on aril after the night of November 7, 1806, run from Cincinnati and Louisville a Pullman BUPPJST SLEEPER EVERY TUESnliiht toconnectdlrect at New Orleans with tha Southern Pacific's fast, sol-I- d vrsttbnte train, the "Sunset Limited, for Los Angeles and San Fran, cisco. On these cars for CALIFORNIA VIA NEWORLEANS Through reservations Cincinnati and .Louisville to the Pacific Coast can be Blade. In addition to the Bullet Sleeping Car service, connection will be made at Memphis by train leaving Cincinnattl at 2:30 p in. and Louisville 6:55 p. m. every Wednesday, with PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING CAR V leaving Chicago every Wednesday and running through without change from Chicago to San Francisco, via New Orleans, by the same route. Comfortable Pree Reclining Chair Car n tills train between Cincinnati, Leuisvllte and Memphis. Through double-bert- h rate but $5 So from Memphis. This is The Only True .Winter Uoate to California, owing to low altitudes and the absence of snow and severe cold weather.. Also good connection to the CITY OF MEXICO Via New Orleans, by the Illinois Central aad Ihe Southern Pacific Railroads. Ticket DAY AND SATURDAY Hndrsora,Ky Illinois Central . . We can't make out I whether the thing bucked with us or ran away, but when we came to we Why tho Drummer Rofusod to had a scalp wound five inches long Tako Another Drink. our nose was badly wrapped and we had a mouthlul of dirt and grass to Rev. M. S Kennedy, in his sermon chew on. Some men might have tried It again, but we didn't. When from which we quoted last week, illustrated some points in it by the we want anything more in that line ve'll get'In the way ol a stampeeding following story: "No, I won't drink with you to- herd of steers or try a timber slide down a mountain. Our friendly feelday, boys," said a diummcr to several companions, as they settled down ing for the blkcst will undergo no in a smoking car and passed the bot- change, but as for the critter itfelf tle. "The fact Is, boys, I Iwe quit we warn it that our guns are loaded, aud we shall take nil precautions to drinking. I've sworn ofl." Arlzouo Kirker. "What's the raitter with yu, old protect ourselves BABY'S SHOES. puzzle to us. Li" KATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE Ask for special California Folder of I C R. R. They, as well as tickets and full Information as to rates and specific train time can be had of agents ot the Central Route ond connecting lints. 01 by addressing W. A. Kell-on- d, A- - O. P. A., Louisville, JCy. A. H Hanson, : Gen.l Pass'r Agent, Chicago. , ml SEVERAL WANTED or women to travel for responsible established house In Ken-- . lucky. Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Reference. Enclosed stamped envelope. The National, Star Building, Chicago. Bland tty Your Town. If you have made up your mind to live, in town, then stand up for it, and II you know positively no good then silence Is golden. Do all you can to help along every man who Is engaged in a legitimate business. Do not send away for everything nice you want and still expect to keep a large stock to suit the whim of one or two possible customers. The success of your fellow townsman will be your No man liveth to himself success. and no man does business Independ ently of his fellow business men. n boy?" sang out one "If you've quit drinking something's up What is It?" "Well, boys, I will tell you. Down in I wai in Chlcigo. South Clark Streetn customer of mine keeps a piwnshop In connection with his other business. I called on him, and while I was there a youn man of not more than twenty fire, wearing threadbare clothes and looking ns hard as If he hadn't seen a sober day for a mouth, came in with a little package lu his hand. He unwrapped it and handed the atttcle to the pawnbroker, saying, 'Give me ten cents ' And boys, what do you suppose it was? A pair of baby shoes; little things with the buttons only a trifle soiled, as if they'd been woru only once or twice. 'Where did you get these?' asked the pawnbroker. 'Got 'em at home,' replied the man, who had an Intelligent face and the maunir of a gentleman, despite his sad condition. 'My wife bought them for our baby. Give me ten cents f r 'em I want a drink ' You had better take the shoes back to jour wife; the baby will need them, said the pawnbroker, 'No, she won't, because she's dead. She's lying at home now died last night ' As he said this, the poor broke down, bowed his head on the show case and cried like a child, Boys,' said the drummer, "jou may lauh il you please: but I I have a baby at home, and I swear I'll never driuk another drop "Giles County Yes-terda- y There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put togeiher, and until the last lew years wrs supposed to be lucura-ablFor a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failure to cure with local treat" nient, pronounctd it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a disease, and Ihercfoie requires constitution il treatment. Hall's Catinh Cure, manufactured by F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspounful. It acts directly cm the blood and mu They coin surfaces of the system ofiet one hundred, dollars lor any care it fills to cure. Send for circulars aud testimonials. Address, F J Chbney & Co , Toledo, O Sold hyall druggists, 75c. 19 I Hall's family pills are tbebest. e. The Cheer ul Idiot, says the Vance-bur- g Sun, is generaally the one who comes 'In the office, reads the manus script over the compositor's shoulder tells what be Would do if he was the editor, would write this up or that up offers suggestions how to run the piper, says he has no time to read, one who stands around and discusses politics and religion more than anj body and knows less vshen it comes to real intelligence than a six year old school boy should know. Discovery NnvrU Ills I.I If, Mr, G Calllouctte, Druggist, Beav- ersvllle, lilt., says: "To Dr. King's New Discvery I owe my life, Was taken with Li Giippe and tried alt the physicians for miles about, but ' ol no avail and was given tip and told I could not live. Having Dr. ' King's New Discovery In my store I sent tor a bottle and began its use ' and frrtm the first dose began to get bttter, and after using three bottles wus up uud about again It is worth its weight In gold We wont keep store or house without it." Get a free trial at Williams & Bell's Drug J the (fBe. (Tenn.) Record. I j u "take your home paper. Do not imagine the bigdallles fill up this space, There are many crevices of good cheer, social sunshine, personal men. ,thn In the home paper that the big (dallies do not print. Then do not abuse your neighbor. The main difi iereuce in the number of his faults and your own ii that you see through 0uagnifylng glaBB as a crltlt. The III omened bird, the croaker, can do a town more harm In a minute than itwo good citizens can repair in a Jraqntlj. Exchange, There Is .nothing so good for the 'coughs and colds of the children and labUB as Dr. Sell's Pine Tar Honey. It cures croup, whooping cough, cold In the bead and gives sweet, refreshing sleep. It Is pleasantly sweet to the taste. Any child will take it and ask for more. Good draggist sell it, .For aaj by Z. Wayne Griffin h Bro, While there's still lime is the right time to get rid or a ough or cold, or a thioat or chest trouble. These are easiest of all disorders to neglect and the most se'iims in their results The lungs are the most important and delicate organs ol the human body; if harassed by a continuous hacking cough they will 3"on break down; thatmeanscunsumptionamlcotiMi'ttp tlon and consumption means death. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cures I coughs, colds, and throat aud chest Stoie. troubles of all descriptions. It tietter ' I When h started west from New York he said he was glad bo was going to got homo In the autumn. That Indicated a radical chango of sentiment During his five years' sojourn abroad ho Had frequently pictured his and thoso charming vignottes and pastels were invariably tinged with the brightness of tbo spring time. His was on imaginative temperament and be had rovelcd in dreams of triumphal marches through avenues and drives where tender leaf and opening bud and fragile bloom, all radiant with tbo perfume of a newly awakened earth, nodded and smiled at him from eithor sida, whllo admiring friends thronged round him with adulation and praise in recognition of the famo and honor be bad won. It was la that season of the year that he had gono away and his fancy had evoked beatifio visions of b reunion with old friends, in whose company his genius should shine forth respondent in contrast with their mediocre attainments. Tbey had been Inspired by no heaven-bor- n aspirations as he, and It was only fair to presume that they had not passed the half-wa- y point of the ladder on whose, topmost rung he was securely poised. That was the way he reasoned. He had Intended to come back the spring after his pictures met with such a decided success in thrco European capitals, but his sister frustrated his plans. "I am going to California for several months, " she wrote. "Don't come until fall." Tho long anticipated homecoming was gloomy enough to suit even his tastes, which delighted in those extremes of life that unite to form harmonious whole. Thore had been blinding dashes and flurries of snow during the morning. Uy noontime thoso sudden outbursts of the storm bod been superseded by a strong, steady wind that shrieked and whistled up and down streets and alleys and whipped into the faces of d pedestrians tho millions of ley needles that leaked out now and then from tho leaden sky. Then ho had left Now York two days sooner than he had planned, and his sister, who made all her arrangements according to schedule time, had gone out of town for a few days. Consequently tho telegram which ho had sent prior to his departure had failed to fulfill its mission. Thero was no carriago awaiting him nt the depot and tho hired cab deposited him before a house whoso pretty mistress had flown and taken tho spirit of hospitality with her. At three o'clock be found himself In the rooms of a young man who bis boon companion in days gono by. That gentleman bod been laid up with rheumatism for several weeks and having boon lu no condition to read or to receive visitors ho had but littlo to tell, but ho was more than unxlous to listen to a recital of tho achievements and plans of tho other. Tbo young artist was reticent at first. Presently the chimes of St, Andrew's pealed out onoo mora and with their rqusia came a desire to break through tho barrier of reserve he had built round him after going abroad and to talk freely with somehome-cominsharp-pointebad-bee- there's somothlng going on over at the church. I think Til go over and slip insldo and seo how the old place looks." When bo reached the streets the chimes rung out the opening strains of "Lohengrin" and through tbo windows of the carriage that had been driven up close to the curb ho could seo that the bride bad come. Tho uninvited guests still retained their places, waiting to catch one more glimpse of the bride. And presently she came. Half an hour later he went up to bis friend's rooms. "I stayed away too long," he said. "I made a mistake. A woman can't wait forever." Chicago News. PBA0TI0AL Ths Small Boy Wat Not Throwing Away Any Chances. 'Business" Is the watchword ol tho day, and tho small boy is developing on that line with a rapidity which astonishes tho previous generation. But the practical side of his nature has not obscured the poetry of childhood. The fairy tale is as potent as ever, and' there was a smile of pleasure on the face of the lad who remarked at breakfast: "I had a beautiful dream last night" Will practice his profession m Ohio lorn hopes," until by his matchless and adjoining counties, and court of prowess the solid phalanx of the ene- Appeals. Special attention given f Office east side of nuVX, my at last crave wav before him and collections. square. he has the proud distinction of repre. I senting the once solid Democratic M. L. Hhavrin. Shelby Taylor. Fourth district in the Fifty-fourtHEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Congress of the United States. He failed of in the Fifty fifth HARTFORD, KY. Congress, only because of a comblnas tion of Populists aud free silPerry Wcsterfield, ver Democrats, aided by more votes being cast in some Democratic counBeaver Dam, Ky. ties and preclncs than there; were votes in such counties and precincts. E. n. WTnnrron. That he is a man in every way well qualified, with full and rounded Hartford, Kt. measure, to discharge successfully Will practice his professioM in all and well the Important duties of that the courts of important office, and he has justly counties. Also Ohio aad adjeiaiag Notary Public earned and deserves the preferment Office, in Commercial Hotel. we ask for him, and we earnestly and respectfully ask bis appointment. aye. B. T. Conwav, Ch'm'n Pro Tem. R. C Blankord, Sec'y. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th A happy man is always a healthy courts of Ohio and adjoining counties one. It is impossible to be happy or Careful attention will be given t a cneerful tfr useful when one is sutler-in- g business entrusted to his care. Cei from h discomforting cold or a lections a specialty. Office over Ohi nasty little cough. It is wonderful County Bank. Also Notary Public that people will go on from day to day suffering from these distresslngdisor-der- s E5. (Cbnnty when relief is so easily obtained. 3NTE3LXji, Attorney) Dr, Bell's Pine Tar Honey cures coughs and colds of all descriptions, It Is swift and sure. HARTFORD, KY. Sold by druggists, Will practice his profession ia tkt For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Courts of Ohio aad adjoining cons-tic- s. Special attention given t Offico in Courthouse. THE- -, h RnorneysalLaw Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, B.I3sEr,z,, Attorney at Latt, o. 3P. Attorney at jCslW, JNO. B. WILSON, "What was IW" his father asked. "1 thought I was out in the woods and I saw a most gorgeously drossed lady coming toward mo." "That Is a good deal like some of tho stories that you have been reading." "Yes. It doesn't get very different until the end. I knew by her looks that she was the fairy queen, and I modo up my mind that I wasn't going to lose chances like some of tho boys in story books, who didn't know a good chance when they saw it" "Did sho off er you throe wishes T" "Yes. And I called to mind how she sometimes took advantage of a mortal's being oxclted and nervous wlion he wished, in order to make him waste bis opportunities and have a good laugh at him. Bo, wbon I'll givo you she said: Xtttlo-'boy- , three wUhos,' I dkln't jump at the chance. I said: 'Wilt you give me whatever I ask fort' She answered; 'Yes, you may havo throe wishes.' " "What did youdoT" "I wished for four." Washington Star. Electric Filtration. The purification of water by electricity is just now engaging the Experiof scientists. attention ments show that bacteria and microbes are effectually destroyed by National Tribune, YEAR--'9- 7 Wabiunoton, D. O. '97 TWENTIETH Attorney ai Lav? HARTFORD, KY. attention given to csl making abstracts, &c, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. The People's Great Paper The National Tribune is now entering upon its aoth year of unprecedented success. It has won t bis success by sterling merit. It has demonstrated itself to be a journal of the very highest character. It is always loyaf and true; it is absolutely reliable and exact in everything it says; Its contents are always on the highest plane and historical merit, and it has the most of any paper in the country. SPECIAL H- - Attorney ai lav? Ky. Hartford, Will practHtt his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and proaiptly attended to. Offics with T. J. Srailh & Co., Market Street. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, Distinguished Contributors publishing It Is IDr.. fi. cimaer SPECIALTY: Office oleotrical currents, and the water completely clarified, but a cheaper process than that under' which tha experiments have thus far been conducted must be found boforo oleotrical filtration can become a commercial success. Oottly Pennies. to which it has the exclusive right. BeThese are intensly Interesting. sides, it has contributions on impor, tant events of the war from L. A. Grant, of the famous Vermont R. W. Johnson, Brigade; Maj.-Ge- n. ot the Army of the Cumberland; II. N. Plalsted, ol the Armies of the Potomac and the South, and many others of equal note. Its columns are filled every week with accounts of thrilling interest of real happening of the war by the men of every grade aud rank, who did the actual marching, digging and fight", ing of the great contest. It Is now entering upon a vigorous campaign for the passage of a Maj-GenMaj-Ge- Gen. Sherman's Memoirs Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat, EVANSVILLE, IND. 4i6Upp. First at. Attorney at Law, IlHRTPORD, KY., Will practico his profession ia Obis nnu aujoining counties, (special attention given to all businesi eatmsted to his care. Oflica in RurUBUeAH Willing. J.B. VJOKERS, Attorney at Iaw HARTFORD, KY.. AHMISTEAD JONBS, I 9 "Ah, tho chimes, " ho said, stepping to the window which commanded a view of tho church near by. "They do my heart good. falls, Mnlher nt Prnyer. Druggists sell it For stlebyZ Once, fays a writer, I suddenly Somehow their notes seem vibrant with sadness but for all that Wuyue Griffin & Uro. opened the door of my mother's room thoy ore woloomlng me home. And and saw heron her knees besides her what memories they awaken. Do Nut Auy In Oiii-n- . chair, and beard her speak my name ' you over see Mary ConoverT I While on a business trip to in prayer, I quickly and quietly wonder if she U organist there week we had the privilege last " withdrew with a feeling Of awe and nowr of a cloee Inspection of a vehicle callSo I went reveteuce fn my heart. "I think shots," said tho rbeumat-l- o bicycle. This was the first time ed a nway from home td school, and then sufferer, feebly, we ever saw one except at a distance. "You asked mo a moment ago," to college.andthen Into life's steamer j After we bad finished our inspection duties, but I never forgot that one said the artist, "what was my main the owner showed us how the old glimpse of my mother at prayer, nor objoot In coming homo. 111 tell you thing worked, and suggested that we j the one word my own name which I have never acknowledged It to myself before. In foot, I don't know try It. We had never met with any- I had 'heard her utter. Well did I that It has ever been clearly defined. thing on wheels which we could not . know that what I had seen that day get outo and stay as long as we pleas- was but a glimpse of what was going ' I think the playing of the chimes must have cleared my brain of cobed, and It was with --0 great deal of ' on every day In that sacred closet of webs just now. and brought out my sell confidence that we tackled that prayer, as objeoU and desires clear-cu- t and the consciousness bike, We know how we got.on, but rtrengthened me a thousand times In o&meo. I came home to marry as to how we got off will ever be a duty, in danger and in Mruggle. Mav Conovor." 1'lro-ence one The "flying eagle" cent pieces of United States coinage, ore worth having. Thoy sell ot from two dollars to five dollars each, da pending on the condition of tho coin. 1836, Will practice in all the Court, of OMo Service Pension Bill. and adjoining counties. Special 15 very veteran, son ol a veteran and given to collections. Oliso all interested in the true history of with County Attorney. the war, should not fall to subscribe. Who tan think Every line in the paper is well London's Dead. worth reading. PRICK, SUBSCRIPTION ft, oo A YKAR. Address, 1829 The cemeteries of the city of London cover ovor 2,000 acres of ground. i ONLY of eotne alropls An tiling to pa tent f ProtaoS Tour Ideajt thev mar brtnir vou wealth. Writs JOHN WXUDKUbUIlN CO Patent lltor. Sara, Wnblostoo. I. u..for Ibalr ll.dD prlaa offer ss4 list c( two tuuulrsJ UTsatloM wanted. Wanted-- Idea m Aching Joints Announce the presence ot rheumatism untold suffering. which causes .Rheumatism Js due totlactic acid in the blood. It canuot fee cured by lin- Tub National Tridunb, New York Ave., Washington.D.c. lAstlaIUs,llsisdsrsaia a, way V I A Mi katrssl Jams I, Lal Hall, slallr Tho National Tribuno Libra- ry. iments or other outward applications. Hood's Sarsaparllla purifies the blood removes the cause of rheumatism and permanently cures this disease, This is the testimony of thousands of peop le who once suffered the pains of rheumatism but who have actually been cured by taking Hoods SArsapa-- 1 ilia. Its great power to act upon the blood and remove every impurity is the secret of the wouderlul cures 1 by Hood's Sarsaparllla, The National Tribune is publishing a series of handsome little books under this title, each of which Is a condensed and absolutely correct presentation offsets and figures concerning They ate the war of the rebellion. unequaled In their way, and have re-- , celved the highest praise of competent authorities, Any one will be sent, postpaid, to any address oa to Send 5 cents for a celpt of 5 cents. saniyle copy, daily West L. Louisville . . . 7 ss a m L Brandenburg . . 9 . 9 40 . L Irvington L Stepbeuport . . 10 28 LCloverport . . 1047 boand: No. 41. No. 43. a 15 6 30 p m 7 55 8 ao 8 5S 41 Lllawesvllle . . 11 12 L Owensboro . . Ar Henderson . . Hast boausl . L Herinoa-soL Owsntboco , L Uaweavllle , LCloverport . L Stepheoport . L Irvington . . L Brandonbarg Ar LatttsvHle a is I 15 p mio 9 if 9 44 11 55 No i2. daily No. 41. . . .825 9 So 10 it 10 51 II its 7 30 am 9$ a 55 3 55 4 53 dally pas 616 639 1245P tu Seo 57 5 35 . J.. " - - n U!iliUU!tllUiall03JJMAU!'JMJPIC-lUULi.lla- I () ! Hartford Republican. I'KtDAV, DUCUMDim 11,1896 Cor.. Jno. It. lY.r.i.owB, tlio brll-ia- Democratic York, is dead. orator ol New I J ; w, ' I V Monday nad Fililny nt llnrlluril, Ky. of courso thoro will bo n protective lMiirl i:rr.v -(Jlovoland'a minimi taril! bill passed. Protection la what ' Editor. 9AM A. ANDEHSON ' Me'sngo wai read to 0 injrau M this country needa to make It a pros- Makes you seem "all broken up," withtiny. out life, ambition, energy or appetite. Oi thowV Id) yoar nation, Subscription, Illwill be regarded ns corssna'ivp. Ho It is often tho forerunner ot serious nt Hartford ness, or tho occmpnnlmcnt ol nervous Kntcred at tlie post-offiTim 0 turt ol Appeals has nflirmcd I ifipi se o 11 w po'icy or easuro ns second clnss mull uutter. troubles. It is n posltlvo proof ot thin, the decision ol tlio lower court in weak, impure blood) for, If tho blood li I r seems that It . C. M Uarn.'t rich, red, vltftlltcd and vigorous, It ImScott Jackson's enso nnd he will pivo Itatos and Torms notices 10c per Una first In up his liloon tlio fcalluld for tlio mur- will lmvo tlio strongost endorsement parts llfo and energy to every ncrvo, Local body. Tho for the pjiition ot Collector for this organ nnd tissue of tho sertion and 5c each subsequent inser der of Peal Bryan. necessity of taking Hood's Barsaparllla Large contracts special rates tioa. District, lie being Chairman of tho tor that feeling is therefore, apparent Calls on candidates and political Sound Money Democrats ac being Suito Central Committee l.o goes Into to every tired and tho good It will do you one, matter 10c per line. shut out of all tlio nllcged silver Dtini tho Remember inuo with iho backing of tliocn-tir- o la equally beyond question. NOTICE. bcratio primaries. The Sound Money Committee, which (act nlono In Rates for announcements In these men do not want to be caught with Mr. cures him tho appointment. Cash in columns ore as follows1 (hat crowd anyway. j Birnetl Is ibcided.y tho man for In every cast. the State offices or Congress . . . Jao.oo silveritcs nud pine, ntid uu doubt nil opp 'tutioii The Hart county Citcuit Judge or Attotnay . . 10.00 Populists had a split iu the division will be cleared away by tin time the 5 County Offices The Detn appoiutment is to be 11111I0. of offices in that county. Isthe bcst-- ln fact the Ono True Blood rurMcr. crats wanted all the offices nnd exANNOUNCEMENTS. to take. Tub Owensboro 31 .mj'f raisia a HOOd'S PUIS cure liver Ills, easyBocrma. ess to operate. pected tlio Populists to furolih the t'nrCiiiinl' Jinv. lioul because, as it slates, the uilnud We arc authorized to announce vote?. tliopS ut Cloverport, Ivy., have disATTENTION REPUBLICANS. J. A. PARK united ouc third of thtir bands, and Editor J. J. G eon, ot the candidate lor the office of Judge As a iJmffcr, his disposed of bis says "less linn one in uith niter Mc I'onntjr Cnmrnllnu In oniinnle Cnn ol the Ohio county Court, subject to illrintc lor County Olflcer U the action Republican party. interest in tho paper to his partner, Kin ley's election tho railroad men Cnllnl to Met I nt ..llnrlloril, get their reward." Tlio McrKn(jr authorized to announce We arc C. C. Giveus. Mr. Glennjis ono of tho 1MI7. Montlny. 1'eli. and other calamity howlers should A.S.AUluL finest newpapcr men in Kentucky. Judgeof Ohiocoun-t- v livin uu ler that we nre still As a candidatelor rr.it. 11. Covrt, subject to the action of the The resumption ot operation by n Democratic tnrifl smashing ndnvn-10- mixiNcr party. Republican mills, increase of employes by iatratitu, which is the causool tha At a meeting of tho Republican We nre authoiized to announce nearly COO more, and . the employ- - languishing s'ate of nlmin, Committee of Ohio county ho'd in C. I.. WOODWARD mentof more than 00,000 idle labor' and it is an nrraienmeut of their o.vn Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, Nov. As a candidate for Judge ot the Ohio era are some ot the iruita ot itepuo- - party to call nttention to it. It is VZStu, 18UU, it a ordered that tlio subject to the action County Coutt, licnu victory in November, all under much easier to Unr down thau to Republican voters of Oliio county bo of the Republican patty. bomebody tel build up, nnd no reaonab!o persin called to meet in Couveutiou tho gold standard. at the We ate anthorized to announce Bryan. will hold tho Republican party re- Court Houso in Hartford, Ky., on R. R. WEDDING sponsible for tho conditiou of nllairs Monday, Feb. 15, 1897, at 10:30 As a candidate for Judge of the Ohio Tun Sound Money Democrats of County Coutt, subject to the action until it gets into power nnd has time-t- o'clock n. m. to nominate candidates this Judicial District are organizing of the Republican party. All their calamity for tho various county and Justices enact laws. preparatory to oilcring a candidate For County Attorney. howling now is prematura and seuse-les- s. district ollices to bo elected Nov. 2, for Circuit Judge and CommonWe are authorized to announce 1897. By a uuittd ac wealth's Attorney. E P. NEAL It was also ordered that the Repubelection to the tion on their part tbey can defeat auy- As a candidate for re The Democratic and Ponulist com lican voters ot Ohio county bo called of Ohio one put up by tho eilverites nud be- office ol County Attorney mittees met in Hnrtford Monday nnd county, subject to the action ol the sides we would Have mucn better an attempt wat undo to fuse for coun- - . iu unci av men ICIltMHU ,ri,l '., convenRepublican party precinct . precincts on Saturday, tob 13 I8!)i, ty offices next year. , The meetings tion, Saturday, Feb. 13. 1897. nt 1:30 1 clock p m. to select dele- 7 wero ecrct and th'i facts are hard to , . . . ., l"or fonnljr Clerk. The free silver element of the learn, but wo understand gate? to rcprcjniunmi cast 1110 voie 01 thnt the We are authorized to announce Gtb Judicial District meet at Owens-- , their precincts in tho aforesaid Coun D. M. HOCKER Democrats tried to put the Populists lor the boro y to decide in what way ty and Justices district conventions. As a candidate for off with two small offices and the Popoffice oi Clerk of the Ohio County they will nominate candidates for It was furthermore ordered that ulists would not submit to such treatCoutt, subject to the action ol the Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's the basis ot representation allowed Republican party. Finally an agreement was ment. each precinct iu said County aud Attorney. The Sound Money vote in partially reached by which the Po'p- We are authorized to announce is very stiong and will this district Justices Conventions shall be one RAGLAND ' ulists shouM have the candidates for M. S. probably put up a ticket for these vote for every 25 and fraction over As a candidate for Clerk of Ohio Ciunty Judge, Sheriff and Assessor, 12 cast by said preciuct for Samuel County Court, subject to the action of offices. and the Democrats wcro to take the Kasb, the first named Republican the Republican party. Should this be tru" it will The free silver Democratic com- balance. on the ticket voted fur nt the election for Circuit tlrrk. mittee of the 10th Judicial District not be satisfactory to either nartv and November.'!, 189G, provided that no We are authorized to announce metat E izabethtowa last Saturday both will losen Inrge number of votes precinct be deprived of having at F. LEONARD SANDERFUR by the arrangements. Democrats candidate lor tha office of Circuit and decided to hold a primary on May as a least two delegates and votes. This decided will not vote the Populist ticket and Clerk ol Ohio county, subject 8, 1897. The committee Coutt will allow precinets to name delegates action of the Republican party. that no Sjuud Money Damocrats Populists will not support the Demoto the as follow?: candidate for the office ot should be allowed to vote in said pri cratic ticket. Sjnie. Democrats and I am a 6 Clerk of the Ohio County Circuit mary. It seems the silver men wants some Populists now nre outspoken 10 Hast Hartford West Hat tlord 5 Coutt, subject to the artion of the 5 Republican patty and respectfully so- to go it alone and no one has any ob- denouncing such fusion business nnd Beda 5 Your truly. say they will not support the mixed Sulphur Springs licit your support, jections. 6 Magan Sam A. Anderson. ticket, which makrs it certain for the Cromwell 6 There is a man in Shelby county Republicans to elect tho entire ticket Cool Springs 2 I'nrMirrlir. ji.nd who always pays for his paper iu ad 7 We are authorized to announce The Populists will not Rockport next year. vance. He never has been sick a day 4 "vrlicn SAM T. BARNETT support the Democrats because they Select Branch Horse ".5 As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio in his lite, never had any corns or haver not forgotten tlio abuse nnd vi8 . . f Rosine . . . county, subject to the action oi the toothache, his potatoes never rot, the tuperation that has been heaped upon Beaver Dam ; 6 Republican patty. weevil never eats hs wheat, the frot them 6 by the Democracy of Ohio McIIenty . 6 We ate authorized to announce never kills his corn or beans, his ba- county, led by the Hartford JJerald Centeitown 2 Smallhous R. B. MARTIN bies never cry at night, his wi'e nevof Ohio Kast Fordsville When tho Democracy 7 As a candidate for Sheiiff of Ohio er fcalds, ays an exchange, and when 5 11-03- 3 cniutv thinks the Populisls nre a West Fordsville county, subject to the action ol the Aetnaville 3 he dies he will get a free editorial Republican patty. crowd of fools and attempts such, Shreve 3 pass to the new Jerusalen, where tho We ate authotized to announce tactics thev wiH find that they have-ru- Olatou 3 street paving is done .1 la gold stand-an2 S. T. STEVENS un agii'nstnu obstacle which will Butord 4 ' s Baitletts As a candidate for Sheriff oi Ohio be hard towirmojmt. 2 , "' Heflin county, subject to the action of the 108 Making total "TnERE are different kinds of peoRepublican party. Necessary to nominate . 55 ple in the world" says nn enchangoi nfel December- - stli ftom fevfcrsi for School NiipcrlntciMlriit. At precinct conventions, known those who will standby' Modist,.the three months old daupjht "There are We are authorized to announce "" l"""B TheM'.ur,J their homo newspaper through thick cr ol Sam ami .Mary Stevens. n"r FON ROGERS luve.onr heartfelt sympathy, tpon anu vc-i- lor am, nominees 01 candidate for School Superin- and thin, and who have a good word As a tendent of Ohio county, subject to the for it 111 the day of prosperity ns well Tlii' Is the fourth child they nave r lne a,oresam county una justices uiaRepublican party. trict fcoiiVentions, will bo required of. action of the , Then lost wltliinn few hhoitjeais. as in the day of adtersUyv " Wis Nttrte'ilookerjs stVll improv-hg..- 'all 'voters umposiiig tq fake part "., ! We are authoriz:d io announce there aro others well, they are diffwho have never Wlu,. "RlVs tittle son. OloC therein. t Youngnieu R. C. JARNAGIN erent.- They borrow their neighbors As a candidate for Superintendent of paper and never contribute a cent Jo wjliohRS hatTpncumoni for the pist voted Jind. those who wll be 21 years tViee. cek.vs 4.!litWe,)b1tttjett Conmon Schools ot Ohio county, f of agev b'etoro'Novcmber 2, 1897, with subject to the action of the Republic- its support, but watch their chance Mesifi Rjchard'aml R&bert Plum-tit- er q'ualilcatiolie.nboVo stated, may alto harsh criticisms on the way it is" an party. 'told their to participate) and vote In their respec- tdud A. conducted " I'or Jailer. bacco nt Owen&bdro. ' It helped to'l pccinct'conventions S to nnnounce We are authorized All precinct delegates nre urged to Hon. Bourko Cochran eays: "I am pay expenses me largest crop J NO. D. FIN LEY brought $3$ $5." Tlie, others some? bent.Cdunty Couvcntioii nn timo ns as a tariff As a candidate for the office of Jailer tired of maoquerading fin'o' the action be found, n.l.i I will never again conveutidi vitII bo called to order of Ohio county, subject to vecan,inot,do,b?l$er tb.an to e'ectl jrornntly nt I0:3tfo'ctpck a, m ofthe Republican patty. before the public ns a 'tariff reformer- avScpnoU Superin- Mrt.loii, to announce We are authoiized Wo aro bound to recognizo that thb . Ay.A.GinsoN.Ch'nin Co.R0p.Con1. Ltendent. . file is not only well qnnli- R T. TWEEDDELL " has been " tho party (JnoP. MopTON.Stc'y for Jailer of Ohio Republican party As a candidate the nosftlon'in piiht of intel-- i The, IUizabethtown News: ''Much actluu of the of victory, and we are bound to county, subject to the Wt'hfc- is strictly E!gj--7;7"gLlfgc5 ia beinp said relative to an extra se- -; Republican party. 3, ponine itcpuu,,ctri,tn.,oy. V o uavg mo?j, . ;v. And ' farf Sjm , J. A Hnjilrr, .1 , Bion., Gov. firadlej's pirssase tothej with our eyes chosen n protectionist to nnnounce We are authorized j 'r.j..m.t..!i Clerk; 'F01V Rogers for JVhoJs widely known thoughout our Custonvmudo Garments Pits Quarantood. la;t;LegjsIature was one motig the THOS II. BLACK wido open, but protection andfrefi !lU srptrlntei?Oent and.T II. rommrinltv ns a teacher ol slnuinc ablest docutuents ever written by any election to the As a candidate lor re . ' the exminor issues when 4 s n p. has been'etnployed by Cherry Proth-er- s statesman, hadit l;en strictly adher- office ot Jailer ol Ohio county.subject trade are v istence of the Government is .a,tis- School of the Southern Normal to the action ol the Republican paity. ed to by that bddy and carried out, I I I.Bowling Green fiuslness College, sue," We are authorized to announce WlllUiHrts.t'It hss .pleifed God in and Republlcti would Invcjcored ni - '. rij !"'w 'tv charge the JNO T. KING '3'loit, , to call of Bowllnj Gieen, Ky.jto take great victory lor tne people oi tile Chmiiman Parker, ofthe Populjit His,, infinity depaitment. As a candidate lor the office nt Jailer fli wer that Ind of their vocal intisie Stnte. They stnited out, however. is bittcny opposed to a fusim nwjtyn Jo'velv littlt ol Ohio county, Mibject to t'ie action party, en Tills i tne third new teacher that has to legislate in the lntcrcct ol tlie,v VllV hi"j07'Sd . n short while, nnd with tho Democratic party nnd is of the Republic puty strong thyu it.HAplrit went luck t'i the G xl been, added to the already masses and passed n lull fur the rrlitl , . sending his manifest to nil coun of ,the Southern Normal School We are authoriz'd to announce daughter oJ the State, nnd what did the Demo- The arrangements'' who grive it. ties in the StaK S. G. RHOADS and .Bowling Breen flublncss College cratic Senate do? They slmpMv kitled ot Mr '.in I Mis .51, Stevens', and a 3 Asa candidate lor the office ol J.tiler which had been ajrreed to 111 Hender- 'b'ft-s(tir istttmcl niemlt-r- , Miss during the present year. the bill in the Seinte. bectn-- e It was'r. , A' Ohio county, subject to the action son county wis n'mo3t broken oil the of Fro!. Snjder is to be congtnlulated ij Vttra Stevers thetrfoie.be it a Republictn ineistire. - Nw Uu'he'f . of tke Republican putty. other day and the Populists aro not upon the work he is doing and the ' O RusoLVnn Tlut weettend t) M s same fellows ate nnxiiltW foV ( iv. We are authored to an munce rushing into the Democratic camps Stevtns rtiid the re-- t pi tljts be,re.,ived 'progress he is making fit. his sprcial inn njjm. . 1 jJiumcy 10 can an caiih t BRUNO FREY begin in Bowl-In- g as fast as was expected by tho DemoI imily ur lien I It s) mpity in this, line pf work. He will Legislature, for the 1iWhk.,. it,, & As a candidate for Jailer ol Ohio cratic managers. Green Juiiury 15. 1807 nnd n lniv Capt. Sam James, one of tlitfir .sidd-lioiirs ol btrsave- eilhllllll T tfls'll ..--- county subject to the action ol the " Owensb-iro- , Cherry Brothers ate to. be. eompll " is .tind, li.l.l a Populist leader of tvnnlil ll lVf tltHlll rH. f Republ can pntty. nc"mJ3rt ' ' ' their per diem Now.-vn't' .' . . .., lllS tervlCeS .. . very much opposed to his party s dl. uieiuuerinil M iii'n ins oniy gone 10 ntnileil Knin RfnlrhlkT n t')''l .' ." Ic gentlemen, wjio Iclllejl We are authorized to announce "" " "" '" ing out to the Democrats and is do call the 11 home. measure last' fesion. v,h(it ilo'v,'jn LOYD POOL During the, teceut rains Rough ted to do this tl ue? ,V. it pskiu- - ,. 2. That a cony of these resolution As a candidate tor Joilerol Oliio coun- nouncing such arrangements 111 his hp 13 ance Ins the Giverntnent or th Of- - ' ty, subject tithe .icti.m ol the Re- papa r. Capt. James published Mr. ' te j.laced on the minutes o pjtrisfj. f RWerJis jRllc;Ijljn-.nil'll.nQ, publican parly. rg yjn ,' i -l'arker' etter Wcdnes av and mado "c ctv a conv. cent to Miss Steven '.ijniuips. inwB-nB-" ridden people ol. Keiiiic'. tint tfi.- We are authori. d to announce I'o nnd a'so td vthd "GleatiVr at lleaver jl1B:c''),lrlias ; occur completed and willdoany better Ihlrtime than h Homo Baity remarks editorially. R. F COIH'AGE said in nn interview that the Popu- - I.P.vlu andUhe!t.ittford Rpuni.icVlor (tlvAtrrh.npissetl ithrouglf, and all ifore?1 Come olit and spe ik like in ti JLhit rennfns to done Itfthetoni- - who are the servants pf iIim p ople. ' As a candidate for Jailer ot Ohio coun- llala.lMnnl nrntuun n lin Rwnllnwml 'imblicntUllV. r (2r5Qn, &,Qo. ty, subject to the nctio.iol the Repub iletlon'oHhe wharf at Haitford, which nrfd n6 obstruction! t ., .0 .MYRTusP.TAymit. Y"U .ue to up by the Democrats hoof, liorni and lican party. Mi rirflshed' i'ii 0 bott time. s Com, rt '..f. ,..1 . r'AJ!." bla ne for not liavinir your per die hide. Further nn Mr. James has I s ' Tvr.pi'M 'MtTtf ' L l For Acior. t ihi'itti - 1 - mjuii paid you! ou defeated thf bill which I ., aJMMiaMnBtnTrfir . -- hi , -m .. -i.i the iollnwiug to say: nf iheU (, (? SoJ Li ii Doir hv ' ' We are authorized to nnnounce by the KepuhlicAn I "The Popullstdonot proposetostep 'cletat Union, Ky., December'?, 96 U1EH RflADE VIUUHUU5, w's'pased :LW B. P. PETTY 11 . themselves to the tree , lature lor mat and euncr purpn'rs i .1 ' . As a candidate for the office of Asses- UP and hand silver Democrats on a silver waiter Now irj,oii,1iJVe'trpentr'l!ii,t lin.'nn ohin Ciitii'y iiiiyi. sor of Ohio county, subject to the ac- Wt hold the balance ol power. The let tlio G'lverXr and ti pif't w 7he 0eni'toro Iiiitiiresvsavn: tion of the Republican party. liqat mudiet and wn li tbo beat home to ihlp to. Wo maao lllwal id. . free silver Democrats want to luse nnd know Vvh ft Jorf fntVri'l lo'do' I'.i vTim 'Vancci on'ttiiiiltfliraenU. Uoaklca wo bato txtur lacllltlca than' other bouM la MTlng Hon. Ben D, Ruio, of II ntf r I is We ate authotized to announce get nil the offices or at least enough .jnaiirilliim-lactpitealti- ) ton pxlco anU snpplf. ' vUt 'titilB.' Nu truvcllug agenU. 6blp Wo tut you tho nif hroa prod,uo pr,apotcalj not ,la n imt pfrmfMV" cyuE rtavm all yqur wool to give them the official lulance ol ill the city to thy miulin, villi hfs direct ta G D. ROYAL aro ' nn k o VYhat PEFFER'S HERVJGOR Old! ,'v rife'RNDdN-CARTE- R power. Then where wld we be? A. ,i a cmdidi'e . l.tien'ls. Mr. Kin.o As a candidate fur Assessor of Ohio iinail ."t It acta powotfulif &4 qnlcklr. Cur., wbra H I sec it, our salyatlon does not rest on or Comtnonwei til's Attorney fur Mb.ra rail. Vounff man roaaln loifc manhntali Dl4 QlS'to SlOMurreU Court. jlltO.ZtilrABUacVor lOUIBVlLLKST. county, subject to the action ol the IsanreooTcryouUitui iljrur. AbaolaleiTtinitr. We fusion with silver Democrats. Republican party. VltAllly. iintcctt ftoCiiraNrrvuu.ue.a. ! Loatl-oweV, llli.r'"iwjn! lwpo(emcr(NlttlitlirFiala.loa8, have our own preservitlon to keep iu this di trict II:leiVth lor ll.nes ' IfVf t. aex, riinor and a'liuuiuarcfAicmorr, or fjxuwi ui.- mind The silver Democrat have XKc nt 4 p 111 fftet$ $etf abuts v.iiov ami uto, lww.n SypSr?ir'. Jw !'" i. " '" -- , i'Httcrttlo. Wards ottlnianltr ana eonmnipi.c use for us, save to use,, us at the co was reported oil tl e sUf its this ivD t lot roirsiitlniDoaaswortbieuAiUDtt uuta on prnflU ,,- 100 oftun U yield n polls. The history or. the lae rlec ulkinoou that Mr 'K. I" Miller, the fug lrr.U'MNKKVlUdU, or Instit on bT A Utnpy orfispeituis c'iiiimui!lly""lri t. I tuHia nniHt all tut rno. send for IU t UmgU bjrup. fateiUood, Um Wlit!re we were Cn bo carried la Tok pocliL.lt,l'nrwA.plain wrtp ion show.s that, In time. H11 br urutrititi. V eeded well, you know hdw it officii! stenographer, would be ran-- di ivor. I pr box, or O tot Our viib I'oaitivo orHrVnd iko Wrlttu lurnnCe to c urt c't rk Uto lor citcuit tirHub.TrniliiUrrcii 'iiXilnir,Vlii vns." Offlco on Fox Stroot. CoNant'3 convened ICoriniBrv Is not worth imioh after nil. Ferris, who built the big wheel, died tlio other dny in a I'iltsburg and tlio whcol n in tlio hands of the flierlll'. PiiK-ima- rr lina-plt- ul That Tired Feeling Hoods Sarsaparilla I.-- 7 WAV EGRIF FMBR0 HAVE THE BIGGEST STOCK OE J b $l6ior ce 11 Holiday Goods EVER IMOUGIirTO IIAll'IFO.JD. x K nd-va- nce ENDLESS VAOIETV OF PRESENTS For Both Old and Young. GOODS TO lo CHRISTMAS PLEASE EVERYBODY. ' 0 oovktio I .' -- HE sD'QUARTEUS FOR- UUS, oei fiottora friees on verything. -- You cannot nflord to lot Christmas tho riolidays g) buc)) a by without buying a nice present for splendid opportunity is offered you. Don't delay, but come now, betoro tlie stock is picked over. d. Z. Wayne GrifTin Idrcigs IE3BEE3ILI3BE3Ft THE Bro., Hartford, u.io,, 1 ... ALSO DEALERS IN """ e and Medicines and Druggists' Sundries. "' er lers ." :0 Prescriptions Accurately compounded at all hours from Freshest and Purest Drugs. N. B. All leading $1 brands Patent Medicines 75c bottle. Best brands Coal Oil atroduccd Quinine 25c per ounce. Above prices for prices. Wall Paper at 3c and 5c prr roll. CASH, Call and see us and- get lowest Prices on Everything in our line "upXlloB, , ,lrr: i KOrS Co " 1 !ftf'jJ"V- - ii(jirii" ' 1 - ' t-- fie-ul.t- y Ullle-Mrdib- l, r 1 " ' I 1 .... niil purlnef i ty'eti ... .- , I: mJymmsiM Represented bv ...- .'a .- , if 1 u 1 .... . iV. . b' .11 11 T 1 nrlf .,... , r ! 1 V;I v 1 '... ij. .TUIa-lvlliv . , , ""V YUi--bt- .!" "" CO, ,'. r, P mrfKM.'IIflliJiiJM?l w iIt tr mm, m wmiwmm, ,vS - 1 11 """"B!':"WS',,' Take THE REPUBLICAN."J.-- - t PES; kx y- Yy " !""" fV wigsiv,",'"'aKij Floating Studio Is still at Hartford. , DONTFAIL 4 0 1 to Williams ftlieirnuru,! ,tire. for mil- A new stock of furniture ceived at Carson & Co's. just re- BEAVER DAM. Come to sec Curson & Co linery goods Biggest line Iirus. &Co's. Xmas toys nt Fair machine oil of iI- iff. TO READ THIS! v Buy your sewing Gross Williams. Use only the Singer machine oil. K. r Fair Bros. & Co. WILL COMMENCE MONDAY Gross Williams Att. Candidate, jounted cards. Call alh Tin: UnrunLiCAN office. Buy jour wile a Singer Scwlug Machine lur a Xmas pteseut Gross Williams, At. if j on nee a wedding suit jou' can't do better than to see C.irsjn & Co. means to you a great saving. Hats that sold for $5.00 go at about half price, and so on in the cheaper grades. We always close out this line entirely every season ar.d do not mean for this year to be an exception, so This To close out nery at cost. their entire line of milli- For Sewing machine needle, binds, shuttles, rubbers, oil &c , see Gross Williams Bring F.ilr bros. & Co. uur eggs her. Mr. Chas. II. Ellis, who is attendand leather!), exchange them for Miss Henri Hunter, Leltcbfield vising school at South Carrollton, spent Xmas toys. ited Miss Mamie Mitchell Saturday Saturday and Sunday with his par- A nice assortment ol umbrellas, and Rev. Chandler, Huttford, preached now Is the time to buy nt the School Hall Sunday and SunCaiison & Co. day ivenlng. Mrs Francts Stewart, near CromBorn to the wlfeot Mr. Shelby well, visited her son. Mr. V.M. StewTaylor last Thursday night, a boy. art last week. Mr. John Wilson, Rosine, gave us Miso Maude Monroe who has been pleasant call Wednesday. studying the ait of dress making In A pair of Fair Bros. & Co's big Louisville lor the passed several woolen blankets would be nice for weeks returned home Sunday accomXmas present. panied by her sister, Miss Gertie, who An Infant child ot Mr. and Mrs. C. visited friends and relatives there the passed two weeks. K. Reneer died at its home near Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes last Sunday. and Viola Pirtlc; Messrs. C. W. ParMr. Rowan Holbrook is in Owens rot and E. P Barnes spent Sunday In boro this week attending the meeting Hartford with MlssLula Walker. ol the District Committee. Miss Sade Austin visited In LouisRevs. M. M. Hampton and Jo. B. ville last week returned home Friday night bringing with her her friend Rogers arc conducting a protracted meeting at New Harmony Church in Miss Bess O' Bryan and brother Lloyd who spent Saturday and Sunday with the Little Bend Cen-tctto- ted at Bowling Green. The company has a paid in capital of $10,000 and authorized capital ol $15,000. Mt. Vernon Signal: We have It ficiin n pretty reliable source that the Pine Hill coal mines will likely be stattcd up again in the near future and run on a larger scale than heretofore. Madlsonvllle Mall: The enterprising citizens, recognizing the crying need of water works In Madlsonvllle, are agitating the question and will Ugliest Honors Awarded World's Fair. WkMUftto. CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A Come Early And see what we have in store for you Besides this, we have opened our entire line of Christinas Goods Containing Toys for the children and more substantial gifts for the older ones. Bargains In All Lines During the entire month. Hertford gemple of fashion. n-Tsui- ir We are determined to tell out cloaks ents, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Ellis. regardless of cost. Come and gtt our The Greeu River Saw Mill Co., opprices. Carhon Ac Co. erated by D. I. Duncan St Co., filed a Now Is a good time to buy a good deed of assignment In the County Overcoat or a Mcintosh. Catson & Clerk's Office last Friday, Co s (is the place to buy them. We have n big stock of boots and We have the be.st house in town to shoes, also overshces. Prices to suit buy a bill of goods from, as He car- the times. Come to see us when in ry everything a housekeeper needs. need. Carson & Co. Carson & Co. Why buy "cheap John" Sewing Mr. W. II. Blair, of Pearl, III , is Machines when you can get the Singvisiting his brother, Mr. Jno. Blair, er on such easy terras? of Bulord. He Is an enthusiastic ReGross Williams, Agt. publican and is earnest in the support Don't furge when you start out on of the Republican principals. a look for Chrristmas presents that Messrs. Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. nothing is nicer than a new rccker. tell the people this week all about Come to Carson & Co , for them. their mammoth stock of Christmas Photographer Taylor is now at goods. Their store is loaded down of with everything to please the people. Beaver Dam, ready to do all kinds Photo work. He will be in his gaU Give them a call. lery every day except Monday. 8 tf. Mr.R C. Sutphln, ot Danville, is in Hartlord merchants have made extown looking for a location to go into tensive preparations for Christmas the jewelery business. He has deciloaded down ded to locate with us. He Is a first- - and their stores are now class workman, and no doubt will have with nice things for both young and old. e a from start. Born to the wile of Mr. G. D. RoyThe Republican Convention to nominate candidates for the various al, of Fordsville, last Saturday, a fine offices in Ohio county has been called boy. He is a Republican and we will suggest that he'.be christened Garret ed for Feb. 13, 1897. County Convention will be held at Hartford on A. Hobart. ' good-trad- and Sunday Mr. Tom Hunter, Leltcbfield, alio spent Sunday In town. Mr. E. P. Barnes returned last week from buying Christmas goods for Hocker & Co. Messrs. H. P. Hunt and J. F. Case-b'spent Sunday In Rockport. Misses Bess O'Bryan, Attyc and Snde Austin, Beulah Coots and Susie Stewart were in Hartford Saturday ct afternoon. , Mr. Tom Taylor Jr., wife and baby spent Wednesday night in the country at Mr. Taylor's father's. Miss Nell Austin, who has been sick of pneumonia for two weeks, is improving rapidly. Misses Lottie Barnard and Ruth Chauvln spent Monday night in Taylor Mines. Rev. Chandler conducted Devotional Exercises at Beaver Dam Seminary Monday morning. Prof. J. R. Snyder was a visitor and presided at the organ. Mrs. S. P. Taylor, Hamilton, has been visiting in town this week. Miss Laura Barnes, Goshen spent Saturday night in town at her aunts, Mrs. H. S. Metcalfe. Miss Grade Smith visited her par ents in McHenry Saturday and SunAttye. day. , proprietors, l T M'ifii5! 1 -- Bros. 3& Co-- , a a KENY0N COLLEGE1" HODGENVILLE, KY. c loin 3 'W o a o o o a .tret- - Iff i Offers exceptional advantage to young ladiea and gentleNew men desiring a complete education at buiall cost. lJulldlngs, Strong Faculty, Cheap Doard, Reference Libra. a; ry, Healthlul Location. Refined and Inttllectiwl Commusar nity, Supports a Lecture Course. OF SPI5CIAL FACILITIES FOR P.RFPARATION Trarhrta Revletr and Normal Traininc classes in session ,at all tlraw, besides six other exhaustive and complete mnw of tndr. We court Investlvatlon. Scud for a rm m catalogue and judge for youitetl where the BEST educaEfl tion can be obtained for the LEAST MONEY. Address all communltions to p n K.enyon college. Hodgenvillo, Kentucky. Bulllngton is prepared to give you the best shave or hair trim, Ctll'on B L. Bulllngton. t" An Endorsement We the undersigned voters ot Rock, poit precinct are glad to learn that A ftirluiuaa Vmtut Free. As a sneclal inducement to Intro- - M. S. Ragland Is a caudldate for Juceour'honie paper In this locality, County Clerk and pledge him our We will, duilne the next 30 days, support: 'jive to any person who sends us 350 Jno M Williams, J It Woodburn . Henry Bishop, in coin or stamps, n years subscription Solora Delker, Willis Roe, , to Home Life, n Family Magorlne, WJShefield, v Geo M Maddox , and a beautiful set of six elegantly Wm Chandler, W II Wilcox, Picks, In a handsome S J Lindrum, ScJiased.Nut John Maddox, Incase, (same as sold by retail dealeis Brvant Wilcox, Frnnk Biatcher, ''.Jit from 75c to $1,35 ) by return mall V II Maddox, w a Pinner, Slocutu & ivU snitin, ""postage, paid. Address, Louis Shultz, Alonn Phlpps sf.Co , Publishers, Caro, Mich. The njoit deslrableresidence In town. For particulars see S. K. Cox. 5rt,DrifiDA. oud homes for miler-- No re. Any citizen of Hartford whobas not yet secured a ticket to the banquet to HMRNAfXJ COINTY, BP&VltJtBl irURNANbO, HOT8L be given by the citizens here on the can do so by call15th of this 'yinter Health Jtesott. The place ing orrCapt. month Cox at the Ohio 3. K (jEftrjy,who are aflected with pulmo. m &Ai'iMU0g throat or chest (roubles. County Batik. for list of Wrl&fof booklet: also 1 1 ; and growing corn, tobacco, sujjnr CBBC.iorangta and all fruits, oats, etc. Propei ty at remarkably low prices. Am.ress, J. Watkins Lwt. , Little Men and Brooksville, Fla. Bat watered, a bwing trees, good buildings, and in For further pr good community. tlcnUrs call at this office at once, t overloaded, wjth Choice, new goods, all bought before Now we need hie prices advanced. money and must get It by the middle 0! next month, so we 'will tell you . ypur wltfter goods at the very lowest Jprices. Come bring your families, your cash and produce and give us one trjal. We quote men's good boots jt 35 to ft 74, best $2 94; men's heavy shoes 98c; women heavy shoes 75c, 98c and up) men's heavy over A full stock of coats $$ 00, and gums, Millinery goods, capes and jackets almost at your own , cr, situated near Hartford, wejl good otched, two hundred Ovorstookod. A' rr desirable farm of one hundred Women er Our stores are V We call them little men and little women, but they are neither. They have Ideas and ways all their own. Fortunately they soon become fond oil, when it Is of, "cod-liv(riven to them in the form of SCOTT'S EMULSION. This is the most valuable remedy in existence for all the wasting diseases of early life. The poorly nourished, scrofulous child) the thin, weak, fretting child: the young child who does not grow; all take Scott's Emulsion without force or bribe. It seems as if they knew that this meant nourishment and growth for bones, muscles and nerves. Book UlUag mors bout U, frtt. ubttftat for It won't pay to try acetrs nmuMoo wtia w tuueres. Tluy will relbh tfu real thing. For uU ! 50c ssi $1.00, by all over-shoe- s price, MOaKIU'AD, diufgbt. Jonss & Co, Ceutretowa, Ky, SCOTT ft BOWHB, York. 1IAIZETOWN. Rev. H. P. Brown assisted by Rev. The health cf our town anc neighJ A Bennett is conducted a revival Have vou seen the latest Imoroved borhood is generally good. Singer? It Is a beauty. Sold on easy meeting at Walton's Creek Church. Our new school house has been There have been several conversions payments $5 00 down and $3 00 per and a general religious revival among completed some time since and we month, or in plain terms iocaday. have one ot the best houses in the member. Call on or write to Gross Williams, the church county. Our school opened with a Mr. R. F. Coppage, of Narrows, Is full attendance with Prof. H. C. sole agent for Ohio county. announced as a candidate for Jailer ol For Christmas gold rings, gold setsL Ohio county, subject to the action ol Crowder as principal. Prof. Crowder Is one of our best teachers and the ladies gold set rings, watch charms, the Republican party. Mr. Coppage breast pins, silver stick plns.silvertie comes from a good part of the countv, district may well be congratulated on being so fortunate as to secure bim a holders, silver hair pins, necklaces, and will have a large following In second term. bracelet chanes, silver pens, silver convention. J. R. Albln, our efficient merchant scissors, butter knives, souvenir Mr. K. P. Neal, who has made Ohio and townsman, is doing a splendid spoons, bronze clocks, all at Fair & county a good Attorney, asks for a business since the election notwithIJroii. Co's. at the hands of his standing the stringency of money Messrs. D. J. Duncan & Co,, of party. His announcement appears matters. Our friend J. R. Worley Rock port, filed a deed of assignment in this issue. Mr Neal is a thor- will engage in the merchantlle busiin the County Clerk's Office here Inst ough gentleman, a lawyer ot much ness nt this place in the near future. Friday. Assets, $4,143 7.', liabilities, ability and promises to continue to We see, from a recent issue of Tint Ksqr. W. I, Rowe was discharge his duties according to law Rffudlidan, that our friend, R. B. $3 243 76. made assignee. It is supposed that and justice If .Martin, is a candidate lor for the ofthe assignment was brought about by Judge R R Wedding comes before fice of Sheriff, subject to the action of the rrcent loss the firm sustained in is the people this week as a candidate the Rebubllcan party. Mr. Martin the fire. a man of sterling qualities and has for County Judge, subject to action been an incessant worker for his parJudge party. Mr. Lod Pool, Fordsvllle, Is an- of the Republican ty nnd should have the support of evnounced in this week's issue as a Wedding has been practicing law for ery Republican in his district. He is candidate for Jailer of Ohio county, several years and has had considera- at present our constableand has made ble experience as Police Judge. He subject to the action of the RepublicIn that capacity, is a good man and would make a a faithful servant an party. Mr. Pool is an aggressive aiid let us all not forget him in the young Republican and will go into good County Judge should he be elec- pnmary. We believe In bestowing the convention with a strong follow ted. honor on whom honor Is due. Ing. He has been a Republican all Mr Alfred Robertson's honse who J. H. Emery, who has been teachol his Hie. He is a worthy joung lives near Rock port, was broken into ing schooLin Butler county will regentleman and is justly popular last Monday by a tramp named Lee turn home in a few day, and will wherever he is known, who proceeded to help Thompson, school here after the holidays. himself to everything he could find Prof. Thomas, of Rosine, closed his Wesley Oflten of color who was loose. Alter robbing the house he singing school at this place a few confined in the Jail at this place, went on down the road to Central days since. All are well pleased with charged with murder, madehis escape City, where Marshal Wooten arrested school and most of them have ImWednesday evening about 7 o'clock. him and he was brought back to proved greatly in singing, Deputy Jailer Carson had gone into Rockport and the officials brought Alonzo James and wile, of Butler the jail to lock the prisoners into him to Hartford where he was placed county, paid our little town a visit their seperate cells when he lushed in jail. His examining trial will be returning home y. Dusbnbsbry out and gained the outside before he had could be apprehended. He is about ItofiU Coming Mr J Sam Gentry, of Caneyvllle, 34 years old, heavy set and rather Rough River Locks are now about and Miss Nannie Shultz were married completed, and boats will be passing light in color. A posse is now on his at to o'clock Thursday at the home of through iu good shape by "next week. trail and he will likely be caught. the bride's father, Mr. Ham Shultz, Mr. Jas F. Carson has received the A Social Club was organized at Rev. Jo B Rogers pronouncing the following letter from Cpt. Hall in Miss Stella Thomas' last Saturday ceiemony. The groom is a prosper- regard to the work: ' and was named "Nineteenth ous and energetic your business man night Livbruorb.Kv., Dec. 9, '96. Century Circle." This Is a move In ot Caneyvllle, highly respected and Mrt Jas. F. Carson, Hartford, Kyt the right direction among the young esteemed. The bttde Is one of the Dear Sir: In answer to your in people. Hartford needs more society most worthy and popular quiry about boats going thtough the clubs, so the young people can be young ladles ot the southern part of Lock before the 15th, I will say that The (he county M ty happiness and sucbrought together more often. we have been delayed id getting following named joung ladies were cess attend them." dredge for cleaning out the lower ap , in attendance Misses Hennie Gunth-erproach to lock, but it arrived and Catarih is a constitutional disease commenced work this morning. Emma Fair, Susie May. Mattle and requires a constitutional remedy and Rachle Sinderfur, Annie GregoWe will be ready to let traffic comry, Mary Nail, Annie Alien, Birdie like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which purls merce through the lock about Satur-ds- y Nail, Eva Morton. Stella Thomas, fies the blood. Most resp'y, the 13. Mesdames R, E Lee Siramerman and Wm M. Hall, Ass't Eng'. Notlco. Toaohora. G. B. Likens. Examination for appointment to A. Hockporl Fire & M College Will be held at Hartford Rockport came near burning up We Nerd Jloucy, last Thursday night. The fire starts It takes money to run a newspaper, Dec. 36 Z. II. Siiultz, Co. Supt. ed in the Commercial Hotel and soon and we must get it from somewhere, M spread over the adjacent .buildings. ati 1 wjitre c in we get it but from Mm Iiiik' Mmlenle. those who owe us? We have One of the most delightful social D, J. Duncan & Co., dry goods; R. E thousand dollars owing us on sub- events nt the season was a muslcale Her & Co , drug store; Glbbs Bros. & scription accounts, scattered over the given by Miss Verda Duke and her Co., dry goods. Loss estimated at county in small debts, which would pupils at her home on Grove Avenue, from $6,000 to $ 10,000 over and above only mean a few dollars to you, but Saturday evening The parents and what Insurance was carried by some This is of the parties who burned. would mean lots to us if we can get a lew friends ot the pupils and teachIt. Printers will not work for noth-iu- g, er were present. Mrs. Ike Sutherland rather a hard blow on that thriving paper has to be paid for, Ink has decided the contest between the chil- little town. t be bought, type la costly, and al- dren, in which Will May Axton re together It Is a big expense to run a ceived the prize. Miss Duke is one Tl'mi IiuproTlnjr lu OI4 Ucnlncbr. most accomplished pianists in Puducah News: Business Is impaper. We dislike to ask anyone lor of the Owerisporo Inquirer. the city proving. On all aldcsthete is evimoney, but oT necessity we aie forced dence of this fact. to do It or else we cannot conduct the JINUO. Willlamstown Courier: The to Cora, five year old daughter of Johu paper. Examine the label on your bacco market has been doing a little paper to day and you can tell whethLamb, was so badly burned on Nobetter since the election, er or not you are behind on your sub- vember 3td that she died. Tobacco Plaindealer: . Hawesvltle scription. If you owe us, please send The Concord School gavr an enterthe amount in or If not all send part tainment Friday night in which the a ul grain are coming to our warehouses! merchants, handling shops, oi it. Right here wcwlsh to say that young folks did excellent. It you have pud your subscription, A O Murphy is hauling to Beaver depots, wharves and elevator In great quantities. we do not mean you, but if jou Dam. havn't paid we will be glad to heat L Morris has goue to Owensbo-1The Kentucky Seed and Grain SepJ from you. Plow Boy. arator Company has been incorpora the Monday following. continue to agitate it until something more than talk results. The Inquirer quotes a prominent Owcnsboto merchant as sajlng "There has been a revival of trade. BuMness has been better, oil the whole, money easier and the prospect for trade in many II not all lines is brighter than before the election." Covington Post: Charles Dr. Kearns and Mr. Hugh MacDonald have purchased the lot at southwest corner of Third and Greenup streets, Covington, and are going to erect n handsome apartment house, with all modern Improvements, including elevator Princeton Republican : We are pleased to announce that business has begun to improve in Princeton. The merchants are more hopelnl now than they have been for a long time They are buying large stocks of goods and the people, especially the farmers, are beginning to spend money very liberally. Hopklnsvllle Kentucklan: There was a great rush to pay county taxes last Monday, that being the last day to escape the penalty of 6 per cent, added on December 1. Sheriff Davis and Deputy Brasher were both kept busy all day writing receipts, and the aggregate sum of taxed received during the day was $10,400. New Haven Echo: While in Louisville Tuesday, Mr. Sylvester Rapier, President of the New Haven Tele phone Company, had a conversation with Mr. G. B. Giflord, Superintendent of the Ohio Valley Telephone Company. Mr. Gifford assured Mr. Rapier that his company will begin the erection of a line from hereto Bardstown within a week, perhaps less time. Lawrenceburg Republic: "Mon day all day long wagons were seen coming In town and going to the des pot heavily loaded with large hogshead of tobacco. These came from all parts of the county, and there was such a rush at the station that many did not get their tobacco ready to ship until late in the aiternooon. A total of 137 hogsheads was received during the day, all ot which went to Louisville." flifu- hhu aiiutut U pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A)ur stotes arc chocked full of new, desirable goods. We need money and must sell these goods this and next If you want bargains now is month the time to come to see us, In addition to selling you goods cheaper than other stores we are going to give away to costly presents to our customers. 35 silver dollars and a handsome gold watch arc two of the pres ents. The big pumpkin explains how it is done. We make specialties of Overcoats, Mcln toshes, Clonks, C a . Ovnrstookod. Suits and pants, ladies Hats, all kinds of Shoes and Boots, Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Groceries &c. Highest market prices for countty produce. Jones & Morehead, Pleasant Ridge, Ky. An Xmlonenient We the undersigned voters of Ohio county recognizing in Sam A. Anderson the most aggressive leader among the young Republicans of Ohio countv, and believing him to be the best fitted person for the office of Circuit Court Clerk do hereby pledge him our support: John H Thomas, George Hunt, James Wedding, J F Berkley, G M Harrison, R A Harrison, R P Day, Jas A Boling, P M Johnson, G W Davidson, G B Miles, John Johnson, W S Cole, D C Davidson, W Davidson, Pink Harrison, J H Baiton, W II Davidson, WB Allen, J W Hurt, Bruno Frey, P W Tabor, JPLold, J M Ragsdale, S T Wedding, W II Foreman, T W Barrett. Yon Vnn Iln Welt When you blood Is pure, rich and nourishing for nerves and muscles. The blood is the vital fluid, and when it is poor, thin and impure you must eithei sutler from some distressing disease or you well easily fall a victim to sudden changes exposeure, or overwork. Keep your blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparillaand be well. OASTOIUA. VANE BUM. !IM trity Getting up wood, gathering corn and illllng hogs has been the order of the Jay for some time. Rev. F. ,M. Pharris is low with pneumonia lever at this writing. Mrs. Susan Wardrup is on the sick list. Messrs. J, N. Christian and J. M. StClair were In Sulpkur Springs Sunday. 3 Mr. G. J. Christian and wife visited friends in Horse Branch Saturday. Hogs aae still dying with the chols Wm. Pierce happened to a painful accident Saturday by cnttlng his foot with an az. The Republicans ot Rosine precinct are all in favor of Sara A. Anderson for Circuit Court Clerk and we are glad, to see that he has come out for said office. Bond & Son shipped another car load of stock from Olaton Saturday. Hood's Pills are the best pills; assist digestion, cure ache. 35 cents. A'ollco after-dinn- er head- Two months' salary will be in my hands for distribution next Saturday. Teachers not receiving money due them will please notify me. Z. IL Shultz, Co. Supt. IF.KAI.VO- Trnchera. Mr. V. B. Morton went to Evans-vlll- e at-te- Saturday. Born to the wife of Mr. G. W. Maddox November 35th a girl. The infant child ofMr.Jake Everly died last Friday of croup. Mr. William Dennis died at his home near here November 27th alter an illness of many months, of consumption. Mrs. Emma Fulkerson is visiting relatives in Missouri. Mr. Lovlls Williams has rented and moved on the W. P. Her farm. Mr. C M. Klrabley, Owensboro, was in our midst recently. Mr. James Caloway has moved on the John Klmbley farm. Wheat seems to be greatly injured by the recent cold &nap. The inlant child ot Mr. Ben Graves died last Sunday of Pneumonia. Mr. Jake Fverley's barn was totally destroyed by fire lastSunday night with two horses a lot of corn and oth-e- r farm fixtures. Mr. Charlie Stergen went to Anderson. CASTORIA for Infanta and Children. "'I Little David Evefly infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Everly died last Sunday. Friday of membraneous croup and Evansville Farmers are about done gathering pneumrnia, he was a bright and repott the yield considerabeautiful baby aged one year and corn and ble smaller than last year. Louts. twenty-fivdays, during his brief and severe illness which lasted only four or five days he seemed to know each HER UFB TRULY SAVED. member ol the family, just a short Br. HUes' Heart Cure Does It. n while before he died he called his papa Un. Ohaa. Lu rolnt, a wonderlol resident remeflr. and clasped his little arms around hla of DenTer. praises this WOriU OX lOUtlOW (icnrivuio neck and smiled tenderly, but weep Uto tlerrlne. Her letter dUod Bepulltn. UM,roadiu(ollowii not dear parents though a precious one from you has gone, yes a precious bud from earth has gone to bloom In heaven, After an interesting sermon preached by Rev. Richardson dear little David was laid to rest la the e V n Equality burying gronnds Saturday evening at 4 o'clock. B. H. ouLjm to'hia. faaloa, Henderson II Hehdkrson, Ky., Dec. 8,The returns Irom the Democratic precinct meetings last Saturday show that the vote in the countyconventton December is, will be from 30 to 35 for fuss Ion and 10 to 15 against it. Spotts-vlll- c and Walnut Bottom Democrats did not vote, while Zlon, Hebbards-vllle- , Cojydon, Baskett and Anthos- ton voted against fusion. . Strayod From my farm at Rockport, Ky one dark bay mare, 14 i hands high, about 8 years old, white spot In surrounded by small white specks, foretop clipped, both bind foie-hea- Has. Li. rorsT, 2137 Humboldt St. ."Trnhold ferer left mo with heart trouble j most eerlouj ..ika Ngthlns inn effect. I ?Tro Wabl. to 11. or, zrltzir. i. ,. .vnM than thnu minutes At lii SYlmeV beirt beU. an. T Irii .nS.1h.rini Delta. In which It leemml be my law Wo accl- ererr breath would an Brlwartlftaniant Of l.BQ,iirw -med-tom- ..w Dr. Wiles' New Heart Cure week? able iniourfSnd In a abort time, I lebaltDeOTersraterui Truly toyiu "orrSur wonderful t belitted In a chair and a I up they MYed my Jife. 0. feet white, Has been gone two weeks. Auv Information of her whereabouts will' be rewarded. M. V. Caufpirld, 30 3t iMKtra&TiPS IHUVB ' ., .old TZTm. SSSSSSSjiSwWla: UIIvo UiltUa lettt. or Hoar TurA ""S"", " livwi -- r ,"w?'" aft v :;-- lilt In i MB Hartford Republican. I'RIDAV, DECEMBER or other ornnmauti 11 It, 189G. larjjer than tho short In simps t!ny moat oddly at variances and dlf flcult of description. Ono Is a little n Easy site, tasteless, cross-sectio- , Contagious Blood Poison. Mr. Frank D. Martin, who Is enraged In the Jewelry business at 926 PennHe ease contagious blood poison. realized that his life was about to be blasted, for this terrible disease has baffled the skill of the physicians for apes, and they have never yet been His mental able to effect a cure. despair can better be Imagined than described. In a recent letter he says) "About four years ago I contracted a severe case of contagious blood poison, and It was not long before I was In a terriI Immediately placed ble condition. myself under treatment of two of the best physicians In Washington city. Their treatment, which I took faithfully for six months, cost me just three hundred dollars, and left me worse than when I began It. My condition can sylvania Avenue, Washington City, where lie Is well and favorably known, was a victim of that worst form of dis- of a common load ponctl, and looks tn If two small sKclmcn3 of tlia pictured beehivo had Ix'cn fasteiioJ to other by their bases; another rcioinblea a toy top, and another a mlnlaturo walking stick. Soino aro some Irregularly elongated, soma banded by a raised sootlou of a lltfhtor hue, and soino look as though tlioy had been turned out by a latho. Oim curious fact about tlioso pearls and this is truo also of tho lino pearls Is that no two liavo boon found precisely allko to bIko, shape and color. Theso were all In ono laro package when received by Mr. Harris enough of them to more thon fill a jrallon jar but ho spent his leisure hours for many days in assorting them, and now has fivo different parcels of them classed according to cone-shape- d, n-- to Take to Operate General Directory. STATK mmmmmzjzzLzzHFi?r- - Tsnrrfr&ewTWKi Wj IUliana Tabules. OFFICIALS. Are features peculiar to Hood's rills. Small In efficient, thorough. As ono man s&Mi "You never know rou have taken a pill till It Is all orer." 250.0. 1. Hood ft Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. Hood's 3! 11 Vlli2 . iugtdll. Governor William O. Utiulley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth- Sccrolarynf State Atloriioy General Charles Fitiley. W. 8. Tajlur. udltor-Bam- uel II. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. CommUsluncr ol Agriculture, Hor WMT ill 'Wf' iM Mi THAT THE FAC-SIMILE ticulturo Mcoro. and Statistics Luctu Tho only puis to take with Hood's SarsaparUla. I! their quality. Tho shells Irom which theso wcro un- i i B. Martin. uest be appreciated, when I state that my throat and mouth were full of sores and my tongue was almost eaten away) t had not taken solid food for three months. My entire body was covered with red blotches, my hands and feet were sore and my hair was falling: out rapidly. 1 was In a truly pltlablo condition. " I felt that I was incurable, and Was In great despair, when a friend recommended S. 3. S., stating that It would certainly cure me. I began Us use, and when I had finished the fourth bottle, I beiran to Improve, and by the time I had finished eighteen bottles, I was thoroughly rid of the disease; of course, I was not sure that I was cured, but am now convinced, as no sign of the disease has ever returned for four years. S. S. S. Is the best blood remedy In the world, and my cure was due solely and alone to It." Contagious blood poison Is the most horrible of all diseases, and has been appropriately called the curse of man-- , kind. It has always baffled the doctors, and, until the discovery of S. S. S., was Incurable. For fifty years S. S. S. has been curing this terrible disease, even after all other treatment failed. It Is guaranteed purely vegetable, and one thousand dollars reward Is offered for proof to the contrary. 8. 8. S. never falls to cure contagious blood poison, or any other disease of the blood. If you have a blood disease, take a remedy which will not Injure you. of mercury; don't do violence to your system. Our books on blood and skin diseases, will be mailed free to any address. Swift Soeclfic Co.. Atlanta. Go. Prank , , ' Ile-wa-re A STRANGE HOBBY. An Ohio Banker Who Has a Collec- tion ot "Dead" Pearls. Mr. J. H. Harris, of Wayncsvllle, O., a banker and collector of freshwater pearls and archaeological specimens, has lately acquired a largo number of what ho calls "dead" pearls. Mr. Harris has for years been known as on expert In judging pearls, and nearly all tho gems of any conscquonco that havo been found in tho Llttlo Miami river havo passed through Ills bands, ho having paid from 25 cents to $425 for them as they camo from tho mus-se- l i shell Ills collection, varying In num- bers aud valuo us ho has at different times sold from and added to It, was for tho first time exhibited to tho general public at tho Paris exposition in 1873, where it attraotod much attention. Two or threo years ago it was believed that tho pearl industry in the Llttlo Miami bad about died away, and It la probable such Is really tho case, yet tho high waters of tho present year havo unearthed new mussel beds, and piles of freshly opened shells may bo seen ulong tho bunks of tho llttlo stream. A few pearls of good quality havo been found, and Mr. Harris following his usual custom, has secured sorao of tlio best of these, and placed them all Immediately in a safo vault in Cincinnati Ho often runs across curios that aro outsldo of tho regular line, and ho has securpd what could, perhaps, not be found In any other collection In this country. Ho has been prominently mentioned In nearly all the books on genu and tho articles in newspapers and magazines on pearls that havo been published In tho last decade. Tims it was that a Scotchman, who has boon nearly all over the world, exploring rivers for what-ove- r curiosities ho might find, and who Is always anxious for now fields to look ovor, had his attention drawn to tho Waynesvillo collection, and 'visited him some months ago. it During a conversation between the two gentlemen It developed that tho traveler had in his possession a quautlty of what appeared to be pearls, but which wcro totally unlike anything hcrctoforo classed with these valuables. Mr. Harris, ever on tho alort for something new, Immediately examined and gained possession of tho ontlro lot, which ha designated as "dead" pearls. They ore identical, in his opinion, with .tlioso that wcro in an aucleut o cata-'logu- v made iu 1749 by an EnglishJohn Wlnthrop, P. R. classed as unripo pearls. Tho real value of theso pearls is Very small, their worth lying only in their oddity and rarity. Many of them aro of a dark brown or nearly dead black color, and thoy vary from theso through tho shades of lighter brown and very dull yollow, Boino of them having streaks and blotcho of nearly pearly white. A AVcry fow of them havo points that Janjalinost brilliant, and those would liiake fairly cood settings or studs man, a, takon are described as being usually elongated, smooth, dark tltWiwLtJitM, a war, French cruisers might ropsat, coiored without, ond decidedly lackIn earnest, tho mimic exploits of tbo ing in the beautiful mother-of-peaMiirjrnjltHJm STATE LKOISLATUI1E. liucd Interior so often found In tho Fiernmosca, and completely destroy Senator Hon. A, D. James. ADcrfcrlUcmcdv forConsllna- mussel. Thoy aro all products of tho railway all along tho coast, thus Representative Ohio County Hon. tion. Sour Stonuch,Diorrhoca, seriously Impeding tho mobilisation s tho fresh water rivers, and the 3 C. M. Barnett. wrTnsjLorrvuutorts.tevensrt-ncswore, of course, alive when of tho Italian army. La France andLoasorSLEEn OHIO COUNTY. taken from tho water. Cincinnati Militaire. Commercial Gazette, ttotSimiV) Sifoalurc of cmcuiT coursr. First Horses In America. Hon. W. T. 0cn, Judge Oircni-borThe Kennebec Rivor. Tlw first horse? In this country fottlaa only. It Ooitotlt ll pit IV In TTRW TOEK. Tho Kennebec river Is said to pour were brought here In tha year 151&, Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney li net toll la talk. Don't allow anrrta to tall In 1830 there wore 14,050,750 of Owcneboro. a greater volumo of water Into tho lafUuag (lu on Hi put or protslM uat a ocean than any other river on tho them In the United States. li "Jut ti good" tad "in tMrr tTtrrpu T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. " tk tltl jn t POM." Atlantic or gulf coast between St. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. Nmuclliliifflo Know. John and tho mouth of the MissisB. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner sippi. It may be worth something to know SXAOT COPVWWHAPPEn. Hartlord. that the very best medicine for re " Opportunity and Possession. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Opportunity Increases duty, and storing the tired out nervous system Cal. P. Kcown, ShenlT-IIartf- ord. to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. possession Increases responsibility This me icine Is purely vegetable, Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford Chicago Standard. Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. nets by giving tone to the nerve cenThe Gift of Love, S. T. Stevens, tres in the stomache, gently stlmu Bishop, Centcrtown; TELEGRAPHY, PEinONSEir, ETC. Cromwell. No gift will bo too small that bos and Kidney, and aids lates the Liver Court convenes first Monday in a heart full of lovo behind It these organi in thr.iwin? off irupuri- - March aud August and continues three Ram's Horn; ' ties in the blood Electric Qltters V J77s9?7 VltZVl Panic was originally a fright In- Improve the appetite, aids digestion, weeks, ami third Monday in May and November two weeks. duced by accidentally having seen Who desire to bettor bis or her condition In life, should writo for COUNTY COUHT. the god Pan, who was very terriblo and is pronounced by those who have tho Cataloguo of tho John P Morion, Judge Hartlord. tried it ns the very best blood of aspect D. M. Hocker. Clerk Hartlord. purifier and nerve tonic Try It. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d, Ifa 400 THIHD 8TKEET, LOUISVILLE. KV. ESPIONAGE IN OHINATOWN, Sold for 50c or $1 00 per bottle at Court couvenes first Monday in Williams & Bell's Drug Store. San Francisco Highbinders Have Eneach month. emies Among Their Oountrymen. QUARTEItLY COUHT. "Come Ilnrk." Begins on tho third Monday in Ono of the peculiar features of tho The ultlmatlon of Bryan and his internal administration of affairs In apostles that if thesound money Dem January, April, July and October. COURT OF CLAIMS. the Chlucse quarter was doveloped ocrats "come back," "they must come Convenes first Monday in January, during tho recent agitation over tho unand Tuesday after the second Monday expected raid of highbinders. It as silver men and take back seats was nothing more nor less than a til they have fully demonstrated their in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. body of regularly organized police, repentance," is mrt with a grim Louisville, Ky. G 8. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur S. E, Cor. 5th and Market Sis, who patrol tho Chinese quarter and smile by the S M. D's. Springs. report regularly to tho head men of Truth is they have had no hankerN. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. tho companies and consul general ing to play in the Populist back yard Affords the be-- facilities far thorough practical training In SHORTZ. H. Shultz, School Supt. Harttho doings of their countrymen. for some time. Many were influenced ford. la HAND, TYPEWRITING and Success Sorao threo years ago, when tho late campaign by the idea of L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur THREE MONTHS. Terms tno Urate Pupils nssihtcd to POSITION! highbinders broko out In one of their in the when competent feuds, tho merchants of tho Chlneso "regularity," but that Is passed and Springs.. Hutiress men furnished Stenographer I'RIWJ OP C. R. Campbell, Poorhouso CHARGE quarter dotorminod to obtain pro- they are now free ol any responsibilitection from theso lawless gentry, ty to flock with the Pops. The sound Keeper, Hartford. , arnNTaQ justices' courts. and as a result tho Merchants' Law money Democrats are refusing inviand Order league was organized It tations from the Popocrats to "come Fordsville. J. A. Bowling-Barr- ett's Is purely Chlneso in its organization Ferry, March 21, June 20, a. U.2.-0 back" and they will henceforth largeand regime, and tho men who com ly shun every appearance ol evil com- September 19. December 1.9 Mends Punctured Tiros Buford. Ben F. Graves March poso it aro respected among tho panionship, ns witness the Hon. tVlllloyiMt Ulil' itlial 26, June 25, September 24, DecemChlneso as much as any of their who his shaved oil his time ber 24. other officials. Keeps Them Mended. honored whiskers for fear of being Tho Ufo of a Chlnso policeman, Hartford. A 8, Aull March 5, Earlington June 4, September 3, December 3. oven when "constabulary duty's to taken for a Populist. No walking home. No taking out ot Woodward-Ma- rch Rosine. C. L. bo done," is an easy one. Thoy do Bee. vtlves. Guaranteed not to Irjure 13, June 12, September 11, not wear uniforms; thev have no tilts. One tieatmcut insmes jour llnrper'n Weekly In 1807. December 11. ' regular boats, but aro here, there With the eil ol 1896 Harper's tires ngaiust leak for a jear. Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson and everywhere. Matters In tho puueturoid Can cotitaiiig Chinese quarter aro conducted In a Weekly will have lived forty years. March 7, June 7, September 5, Demanner different from thoss of other In that time it has participated with cember 5. For sale bv Bicycle for two litis portions of tho city. It Is as much all the zeal and power as its comm md to any Dealers, or (etit aa erhplro within itself as any part in the greit 10'itlcal events ol the WANTET-SEVHR- AL or women on receipt ol PRICE, $i oo to travel for TRADIt JIVKK of tho Celestial empire. In consemost interesting and important per responsible established house in Kenquence tho Chinese police aro a tucky. Salary $780, payable $15 iod in the history of the country, and 3VE'JF"C3rj featuro as indigenous to the district It has spread before Its reader i the ac- weekly and expenses. Position as the lottery or opium den. Reference. Enclosed self JSLsiisa- - --- --; Each of the six companies, into complishment of science, arts, and addressed stamped envelope. The letters for the instruction oi the hu- National, Star Building, Chicago. which tho Chlneso colony b divided, o man mind and the amelioration of contributor one or moro of theso officers. The number to which human conditions and of manners, llnrklrn'N Irn ten fcnltc. each Is entitled Is regulated by tho What the weekly has been In its The Best Salve in the world for of families holding membership spirit and purpose, and these have Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt to that company. In most been manifested principally in its ed- Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped cases only ono man has boon apHands, Chilblains, Corns, and atl itorial pages, It will continue to be. pointed from each, and tho total Skin Eruptions, and positively cures It is impossible to announce with Piles, or no pay required. It is number Is now sevon, and tho samo FOR as at tho tlmo of the organization. precision all that the Weekly will guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Farinors and Villagers. Pi ice 25 cents A salary of $30 a month Is paid, and contain during the year 1897. It or money refunded. tho place U considered a slnocuro. were as easy to announce what Is per box. For sale by Williams & FOE Ono of the principal duties of theso about tj happen In the world, what Bell. Chlneso polico Is to keep track of Fathers and Mothors, We have made arrangements by triumphs for good government are to tho worst highbinders. When one be won, which we can furnish the Louisville what advances ol the people FOR of tho latter begins to got offensive aud declare! hlmiolf, tbo Chinese are to be made, what Is to be the out- Evening Post and the Hartpord Eons and Daughters, police keep a close watch upon him, come of V e continuous struggle be Republican for $2 75 per year. This FOR and whon ths orders como from tween the spirits ol war and peace, is undoubtedly the greatest ofler ever he'adquartera Vou will get 365 that tho highbinder what is to happen in the far East, put to the people. All tho Family. has gono far enough, ono'of tho what is to be the state of Europe papers every ear for the small sum regular polico U notlflod or a war- twelve months hence, what new mar- of $2.75 . Take advantage of the of. rant Is swortt out, tho highbinder b vels of science are to be revealed, or fer at once. With the clow of tho Preeiden'ial campaign TlieTRIIlUNK recng-iiIzthrown In jail, and plonty of testitho fact that tho American pcoplo nro now anxious to give their alien-Ho- n be the achievements of what are to mony U nlways forthcoming to conTill l 1 iir 0rHirltuillj'. To nipet this rrtniHiiiin. politics will to home and budnCM, interest". atts tin! letters, lor the Weekly Is to cent, vict him of almost any crime. or or 0i receipt of ten temple cash be havo far less tpace and prnmiiii'tice. until another State whichNmi .mil ncca-Finwill stamps, n generous tho TIUH Whllo no uniform U worn by theso be a pictorial rec rd al all this. demands renewal of the fight for the principles fur mailed of the most popular Catarrh UNE ban labored from its inception to the present day, and won its greatCartojns will continue to be a featguardians of tho Chinese polico, unand Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream est victories. der tho hp;l of t!x bloujo each man ure. Balm) sufficient to demonstrate its wears a badge on which nro tho Ine effort will he put furlli, and mnnev freoly upent. lo Everv Serial Stories. A New England great merit. Full sire 50c. itials of tho Icaguo and tho man's story by Miss Mary U Wilkins, will a NATIONAL FAMILY make the U'EEKLYTRIIiUNE ELY BROTHERS. number. Whonover on occasion NEWSPAPER, interesting, indriictive. entertaining nnd ladi'peiiMblo to begin In January. A tale of a Greek 56 Warren St , New York. arises for tho Chlneso polkoman to each member n the family. Rev Falls, render tn lUtinca to or require tho uprising against the Turks, by Mr. Mont , John Reid, ol Great Cteam recommended Ely's WflfiirnMiTHE REPUULICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY aid of a regular officer tho badgo Is E. P. Benson, the author of "Dodo," I cm emphasize Balm to me his proudly dUplayed, for these men wi'l foil iw A sequel to "The ' It is a positive cute for TRIUUNE, both papers stitement. Housa-Boa- t on the Styx," hy Mr, Catarrh if used as directed " Rev. take no risks that are likely to Imperil tho regularity of their pay-daKendrlck Bangs, illustrated by Francis V Poole Central Pres. Church John -sra-Tn-ce This la emphasized by tho fact that Mr. Peter Newell. 18 ly Helena, Mont tho original soven mombora of the More Short Stories will appear In Address all order tn iho leaguo nro growing fat and old In the Weekly than it has been possible tho service of their musters. In reality tho mon aro not polico to publish during 1896 Departments: Mr. W. D. Howells's JESjxt. nor do thoy perform polico duties. 'L'le an ' Le'teri" have been among Thoy merely maintain on osplonngo Write your name und nddress on a postal card, scud It to Geo W Bes over their countrymen. Whon they the most charming features of periodRoom 2, Tribune Building. New York Cltv, n 1 sample copy olTHK NEW YORK WEEKLY 1'RIHUNH will be mailed to vou first becamo nctlvo agenU In tho ical literature: Mr. E S Martin, for Chinese quarter Chief of Police aid others will contribute observation Crowley wai InfornwJ of their obon what is going on tn "The Busy On tile bittll ol a chid Ut paper 'lliey rr Mil Allll"'. jects and told of the advantages World;" "Amateur Sport" will reol the date be laid aside ns'tlie founNo madam rtir bahy is not the that would accrua to tho departdation of that child's recolltcti 111 t and the prettiest one the ment through their services. Thoy main the most Important depirtnient IS A On eich succecdiiii; bitthd.y lit oth world Hnd we don't intend to tell n wcro coascqujntly provldol with a of its kind iu the country The Weekly will continue to pre LOCAL DISS ASE sort of card of identification or creer papcis be added until the child can lletiuiply for the sake ol flittering readers the world's news its dentials, that thoy might make sent tointeresting to Americans, to And is the result of colds and sudden take the work in charge lor himself jour vmlty, or the looks of the most themselves known wherever occaclimax changes. In mii'dle or old age the person will younghter you so much want us to make important advances in both the sion domandod. San Francisco Exliterary ana artistic features, ana to FOR YOUR PROTECTION look over his collection with Interet--t pralfe There are a half million oth aminer. retain for itself the leading place in We positively stale that this remedy to see what occuncd on each of I1I1 er babies In the United States that thelUuttrated Journalism ol the world. does not contain mercury or any oth- blr'hdays.' , WEAK 00A8T DEFENSE. jarejuHns pretty and Interesting as NewsnaDets are not to conv this ad ' vertl'cin?nt without the express order er injurious durg. yours, In fact It would be a hard An Object Lesson In tho Italian Navof HarperL,v& Brothers. Harper's SCYSQftSAM BALM! A good recoumiendatlon for Sim- matter to find one anywhere on the al Manouvjrs. I Weekly lor one tear $s,oo Postage acknowledged to be the most thor mons 1,1 er Regulator Is, that is pure lace of the earth that is hot equal to , A cruiser of tho hostllo squadron Free to all subscribers in the United Is ough cure for Naal Catanh, Cold in ly vegetah'e aud strongly tonic. the one you feel so proud ol. Really, j managed, for SO hours, to bafflo tho States, Canada, and Mexico. Addtess the Head and nay fever of all remes ....... ..... Tli.. inn, It la n. liar limn Pills he. Ilbll l'-- . . K, . tho vigilance of the homo squadron, ' HARPER & BROTHERS the nasal ca))ge ea8icr t0 tavc in liquid or pow however, your baby Is just like nil opens and cleans dies It and during this tlmo she cut the r. O Box. 959, N. Y. City passages, all lys pa III aud inflamatlon tne resf, neither prettier nor sweeter, der and with no griping, while the re but yours Is to you, like everv other cable which Is landed at tlw tele of heals the sores, protects tne mem- Constipation, fllllouiness, Oorgona ond destroyed tho soma-phA new theory in the treatment of brame from cold, restores the senses lief from mother's to her, the sweetest thing station ot that place, which b .coughs, lung and bronchiul aflectlons of tase and biuell. A particle is np- - Sick Headache and Dyspeptla Is quick In exLcnce. D m't ask us to lie a veritable outpo3t of Italy, and a h is been advanced by the manufus piled directly Into the nostrels, Is and Sure. "I find Simmons Liver strategical point of the greatest Im- Murers of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey, n.reeab'e 51 cmts 'at druggists or Regulator a very afe and valuable about your babv We draw the line ore all putty much portance; sho further bombarded It is tfuely a woudeifut remedy, All by mall; samples 10c by mail Itniily medicine. Rev J M Rollins, here, as to uitl'ey Et,Y UROTHERS, Lovanto noar Spozzla, and destroyed ilralers sell it on a positive guarantee. the same. Pail field, Va. 56 Wanen Smet, Nw York. tin railway la various placet, as Put sale by Z WaneGn01n & Uro well as tno viaduct of 1(0000, near Genoa. Finally, she bombarded Vnmzzi nid Savona, anJ destroyed the railway along tho coast near Albissolo. It was not until after doing nil this mischief that the cruiser in question, tho Fiornmosca, was put hors do combat by n and four torpolo boats of tho homo squadron. This lucldont haa given rise to much discussion In tho Italian military press, who consider that tho defense of tho Italian coast Is Insufficiently provided for, and fears are expressed lest, la the event of Superintendent Public lustructioi-Ge- o M. DavisoD. Register Land Oflico (Jbas. O. Reynold. Insurnnco Bureau Comruiwioncr-- D, W. Comingoro. Adjutant General L. R Collier. Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. RAIMtOAl) COUMIPSIONEIIS. m laulorrcnarafionror Afcflc slmllallng Ab - SIGNATURE OR lllpnns Tabulm 'nro nauron. nipAiis Tiilitllfu: at ilriiHflrta. Itlpans Tnbulefl euro dtztlntsi. HIpaiiR Tabules euro headache, Itlpans Tflhulas curt rlatvil lioa. Itlu.init Tabulc euro il;ippW, Illp ins Tabules nnolst illgtlo. Hip uis Taliulon euro hail bi Ki. Itlpans Tnljnlen cure bltlouinim. lllpans Tannics onogWa rIIf. Hlp.-mTabules cure lmllgull. Itlpans Tabules euro torpid ll?er. HlDtns Tabules gcntlo nttliartt. Itlpans Tabules cure constlpatlu. Itlpans Tnbulcs: for Hour stomsth. HIpAiin Tabules pleasant laxatlf Itlpans Tabulps cure lifer troabtw. lhcToodMu1Rcsuto-UngllicStomAdanndUowch- wmmmm Prom(Jto3Dlgcsuon,Ckcrful-ncssnndRcsl.Conlnlns yfc six sj&PTZiu crulr C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Deuipjey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, Brown. Jno Not NAnc otic. XBvnfocsa-SMtczinnMa neither Opnim.Morplilnc nor Mineral. Wi IS ON THE obulntd uA til Ptt. 3Crtau,anl aunometiiOprotiTEll.B. Patent omit Trmde-Mw- CONOHFOTONAI.. WRAPPER OF EYEBT ibiI wa tinHuti pauol In Icu lima uum Uom remote from Washington, tt 4aata- EtaJ model, ilrawinf rr pnom lion. Ve AilvUa, II patanubla of iwt, fra m charia. Our (e not dua till pattat m aarartj. A cctt ot aawoln tha U. S, and foreign muuiat ami free. a. pMaMltT,"JIoJ?OtlalPalta,"mi AdiVtit, ...uriisii Ihhriubtoh, Senators linn. l illiam C. LimN say, Hnn. J. (J. S. Blackburn- Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. BOTTXiB OF C.A.SNOW&OO. . u, urp. r,Tin . w. rl rnol-lusk- CASTORIA osa-al- URDVEl o. fc tf)- tfk, &. a sfs&fYS?7rS(7a'7Sr'iSrS6m a, SKOBT-BAK- .3. as-tir-ed -- TASTELESS BRYANT & STRATTON '"ggSSE&m TDNI WARRANTED. PRICE L n L 60 ots. IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. KING'S COHEHl BOOK-KEEPIN- COLLEGE OAL1TI1, ILL!., Not. IS, 1M. Parla HMIdna rv.. Hi lira u, XI o. OX) Wa aukl laal jett. botUsa at CantlraMn: anovat-- s TA8TUt.aa CIIIU. TOMIO aoj hata toiuiht Uura aivaa alraadr ihu rraf , laaUoaraa-panaor- a yaara. In Uia dnif bttalnaaa, bara of II natar avid an artitla thai ni aaca unltaraal aali. tcUua aa ru-i- x Tualc Youratnilr. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE t For sale by Williams & Dell. Entrance on Stla Sts3 vl at eggs TABULES1 RCQULATC THC UVER AND DOWOS AND PURIFY THE BLOOB. R1PAXS TABl'LCa ara Ika mt Xtt rlaa aaawa rar Ia41ttla. nillavaaaaat STOMACH, RI.PANS l. dslxntg-- prm. 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