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HAHTDM-KEPUBLICA.- drip.ptlct.bMloui lmft.rtr, vktlmt bf ague, l Aflff tti r.cAv.r.d If.vcr and rmr.urll ilimijp.tlftit. hw lhy 0Tr4 h.Uh,tutr- t- the u-- ---j - PALL tM begins August 31, 18W,' ! flif nUMV vV JBW mWWrB Vt Makttohd. Kwtuoky. '.k t I I.lJAktA?l Pmoni ..v....... TOM ipptltclhyvTUUcll rnl iplrltl and road DT inKiDr Kieu-'LATOL1VXR mi. Th PH. sssVMsstisaaai lLssssssssssssssssssC lassl la aa j QrncuLouiv or lis paw in teb drth cohsressiom district. rl tunn. For DYSPltratA, CONSTIPATIOM. dice, milout.U.oki, SICK 11 RAIJACllU.CoHi., Depr.illoa of Spjrltl, SOUK STOMACH, Ck.r"t, Pnr.it M.dldo. In tb. n4 Rett Family W6rldl TOL. IX. HABTFOEI); KY., FRIDA, SlU DECEMBER 18, 1896, Highest of all in Leavening Power.- - NO. 21. Latest U. S. Gov't Report lltartbnra, to. Thlt uulv.S.d remedy li warrant. d sot'to contain a .Intl. partlcl ef UlKCUBT, or an? nfMral lubuanc, but U tboia Southern Root and Herbs i. BroTldenc which an bn plated In eoomrle. wliere Liter Dlte.i.a moit pr.rall. cu,.d by IKrancc-Bi.- nt It will cure all Dla ol th Lifer and tl.wcli. Tba BYMPT0J13 ot Llr.r CtnplaUit aro bitter or bad taite In the month! Vain la th.Back, Side, or Joints, olt.n tnutatea rnr KnenLot. of Appetite; Sour Stomach) maiisn Powell alternately costlv. and lai lleadacb.. Lou of Meinorr, with a p.lnfal .enutlon nl havlnz failed to do .otnetblria; which ought to bar ben don.) Debility) Low Spirits, a thick Byea, a dry Eellow appearance ot th. Skin and olt.n tnl.tak.n (or Con.nmptlon. Sometimes many ot the., srmatoms attend disease, d trnnar.llv at etners r.ry I.wi uui the.LtVER U the .f.t of QlB disease, and It not tgnlated In tlrno, Brest ..flaring, wretched- seas and DUATII rtlll ansa. The following highly ..teemed persons attest Regulat.n U the TUUes ol Simmon. uen. w. s. -.Holt, rres. uo. w. ij. k, o.i n.r. -. Clo.t PoL R n. qppri., ah f. u. VMbany.Ua.) C.llmlerion,Uiq .BherlK DlbbCa, OajTlIon. Alexander it. Micp.en.. We navo tested lis virtues, personally, and know that for Dyspepsia, rOllousnesa and Throbbing Headach. It I. theb.st medlolna tho world ever saw. W tried forty other remedies before SlmmonsLlrer Regulator, but none gave as mors than temporary relief) but tho Regulator not only relieved, but cured us," Ed. Tsuoaar-and MemxOsi, II .eon, Oo, containing- PURELY VEGETAHLH, X Tor Jearly- - ZESXuZF1 CEJInTTTJ-TC3BC3ESIji3E33Ll5- 1 T TRIBUTEgYAN MlneOwnoVs Put Up $!,- - DELKERS HAVEiHELD 8 r 'V ' . VEHICKLE 0 4 10 263,639 Td'EIect the Nebraska Orator. Royal Powder ABMWTEI.Y PURE Dec. 8. HHALMinUNK Several deaths have recently taken place in this vicinity. November 27 Mr. Will Dennis died of a complication of diseases; remains were interred In the Nelson Creek burying grounds on the 29th. He leaves a wife and a number of relaDecember tives to mourn his loss. 4th death claimed a bright jewel from tthe home or Mr. R. II. Everly, in the form ot little Wavel, aged one 3.. Baking K.I d 0 JQrftj&! 1 qM .Vi t o K Pi 0 I u 0 CO ' XOO DEer Cent. tOfcie XXct.iacS.sOrKDLOS't- - WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.- - e, Sold by authorized', ers or direct from THL&EO.DELKER deal- CO., MANUFACTURES, Hnderson,Hy Tlie Bazar, a thorouhly up to date ( In connection with the Southern periodical for women, will enter upon Co , will, on aril after the night Its Thiitiety Volume in 1897. of Kovenibcr 7, 1896, run from CinAs n Fashion Journal it is unsur cinnati and Louisville a Pullman BUFPKT SLRRPBR BVIiRY TUESpassed, and is .111 indispensable reDAY AND SATURDAY quisite for every well dressed wouiin. aiirht toconnrctdirect at NewOrleans Pacific's fast, sol-I- d Katharine De Forest writes n weekly with the Southern vestibule train, the "Sunset Limi- letter on current fashion from Paris. ted, ', for Lo Anjjeles and San FranIn New York Fashion, and in the cisco. On these cars for fortnihtly pattern sheet supplement, CALIFORNIA VIA NBWORLEANS Through ieservations Cincinnati and ladies find full details, directions, and Louisville to the Pacific Coast can be diagrams for gowns, wraps, and chilmade. In addition to the Bullet dren's clothing, Snndoz, Baude, and Sleeping Car service. wMtfectlon wilt Chapuls dtaw aud engrave the newest be made at Memphis by train leaving every Clncinnattl at 30 p m. and Louis- and finest Parisian designs ville 6:55 p. m. every Wednesday, wck. The serials f .r 1897 will 'e; The twltk PULLMAN .TOURIST SLEEPING Rcl Bridge Neighborhood, by Maria CARk r? Iouise Pool; and Father Qulnnalllon, leaving Chicago every Wednesday by Octave Thanct Short Stories will , and running through without change from Chicago to Sao Francisco via be constantly presents! by brilliant New Orleans by the same route. writers, among whom are M.try E. Comfortable Free Reclining Cbajr Car Wllkins. llarilet Prescott Spnfford, Vn this train between Cincinnati, Matlon Hirland, Ruth McEnery StuLouisville and Memphis. Through double-bertrate but $5 S 'roin art, Viola Roschoro, and Margaret This is The Only True Sutton Biiscoe. Memphis Wldti Ubnte to California, owing to What Women are Doing in various low altitudes and the absence ol snow parts ol the Union will torm n serits and severe cold weather., Also good of special inteiest. connection to the Other luteteMitig features are The 4'j 'CITY OF MEXICO via New Orleans, by the Illinois Out-doWomen, devoted to healthSouthern Pacific Railr ful sports find pastimes; Music, n reads. Ticket JUTgS AS LQW AS BY ANY OTII- - weekly critical summary of music in New York; Am iteur Theatricals, Em' ER ROUTE . Ask for special California Folder ot broidery and Needlework, Ceremony I C K. R. They, as well as tickets and Etiquette, Good Housekeeping, andiuli . information as to rates aud specific train time can be had of agents "What Girls areD)lng," "Current of U) Central. Route and connecting Social Events. "and Personals gleaned llntfrotby'-add- f esslng. W. A. Kell- - froui original sources. ond, A G. P. A. Louisville, Ky. Women and Men. Colonel T. A. II Hanson, ill'ttllM, V -will regularly continue his "Geri.l Passer Auent. Chicago. Pa-df- Illinois Central f. i. Ilnrp-r'- a lu.,r in ls7. ?F r nson will do in these articles: show n8 what .,A day vvJth the presidet at His Desk" means in one article; in another tell of "The Social LUe ofthe President." and in a third article de. bcribe -- Upstairs Life in the White House." Each of the articles will be profusely illustrated. Another series equally fnclnatlng is the one called "Great Personal Events," iu which some of the greatest enthusiasms which have occurred in AmericawiU he revived; those wonderful times, when Louis Kossuth rode up Broad' way; wheu the young Prince of Wales was here; when Jenny Lind sand iu Garden; when Henry Ward Ueeclier electrified his congregation by uj,,,, glaves ltJ tbe pu,pil. whe) . Gtant went round lhe ..,,,. Helly clay bade arett.elI t0 the sen. nte; when Johu Wesley preached in Georgia, o: which so few know. All these memorable events and others will be vividly recalled, told more graphically than ever bcfjre, and illustrated with pictures which have occupied twelveartists lor over n year. f third series is unique and valu ible from the fact that it will give women scores ol ideas lor their homes. It will reveal what there is "Inside of a Hundred American Homes," nnd carefully reproduce pictures of dne hundred completely-furnisherooms In homes iuthls couutry from Maine to California where taste has' gone farther than money. Two new department writes have also been exclusively engaged by the Journal; d h or IHg-ginso- n Mrs S. T. Rorer, who will hereafter there's still time is the tight tl6fe"to get rid of a cough or cold, or a throat or chest trouble. These are easiest of alt disorders to neglect and the most serious in their results The lungs are the most important and delicate organs ol the human body: If harassed by a continuous hack- ' log cough they will soon break down; that means consumption and consump Hon and consumption means death. cures Dr. Bell's coughscolds, and. throat and chest troublea'of all descriptions, It netter VlriJe valuable essays. Answers to Correspondent"). This, column is conducted for the benefit aud convenience of readers, nn ' all questions received are answered in rotation, as promptly and as practicable falls, Druggists sell it, For salcby Z Wayne Griffin Scfiro. , t ". - Art The Baz ir is a notable picture gallery, reproducing the most beautiful works of American and foreign artists, as presented In the nn nual Paris and New York exhibitions. Wit and Humor, Evet) body turn for a heatty Inu'li to the Bazar's last page ' fl The publishers bf McCture'a Maga zlne announce ahtbtih'as numler Jol quite" extraordinary quality, both In ita rending matter and its pictures. There is.to.be a rlctiV, printed caver, decorate with oneotBottlcelli s most ' famous Madonnas, specially redrawn by He'nfy McCarter; a fifsttTeprodfics tlon of alMandonua painted 'byjofe phine Wood Colby; a reproduction of Washington paintel at Valley tforge k, by Charles Wilson Pearle, and never ' before pvbllsbed;reproductlon olsome famous frescos by Melozzo da I'orll, in illustration of a Cbristmss poem by Harriet ' Prescot Spofforf; and some new and especially made under ersonsl direction of the editor p the iWazlne. In addltlon'to this, every iriji.lI:tVj m m iuiiv inaiMHH.u QBHtimiwll will i.. i..H lit...... ...( td among IhtcbritHbutloos will be iudyard Kipling, Ian Maclaren, CyiusC. York Sun, and Win. Caatoa, author of "W.V. Her Book." IeM-oUM- An'AII'kound Woman's Paper What more npproprt (t: gift can be made to wife, .daughter or sister than a subscription toParper's Bnzatl Secure it ps.awclcome. visitor in your ' household for 1896 Kewspaperi art not to'cofiy this advertisement witluut the express order of Harper . & Brother. Harper's Bazar for o'lle yea.f $4 00 Pobtage Free to all subscriber in the Suited St tes, AiMreai Canada, and Mexico .r'ing tMfu- - muu Urn rwf America. Ian Maclaren will have a story wbile Herbert D. Ward's humo There Is nothing so good for the rou a ferlnl, "The Burglar who Moved coughs nnd colds ol the children aud Paradise," will run through the year, balms ns Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. hooping cough cold followed by Hamlin Garland's new It cures croup, in the head and gives, tweet. refresh- - novelette,. "The Spirit of Sweetwsleep. It is pleasantly sweet to ater." Jenny Lind'a daughter is to ttl taste. Any child will take it and sketch "My Mother as I Recall her," ask for nfore,' Good Iruggist sell it. white George WVSmalley is to show For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. "The Personal Side oi Bismarck," and "Tbe Personal Side ol the Prince of 'Vales" in two lavisbly.lllusirated I.nillr' tluum JmiriiHllor ISD7, Altogether no magazine An Y"A excellence marks the good articles. gives a lst ol attractions so interest-in- g things which the Lidjes,' Hume Journnd promising ns does the Journal nal prnmUes unusually interesting for only one dollar per year. If it The list is strong and hhas become alad ns it seems, f and fctiong and woman to take this magOne series of pipers alone sturdy. unwould cell the magazine; that Is, the azine, it is an excellenta one, nnd, senU1e one. like man; other lads, House artlotes which three White The Imunal Is published by The CurI Ian lion No tis Publishing Compmy, ot Pbiladel is to wr t man has ever douc wli it General II tr- - plila. P O Box 959. N Y City. HARPER & nROTHERS have entire char8e of the domestic department and give a series of cooking lessons, and Dwlght L. Moody, tbe famous evangelist, who Is to put the result of his life study of Bble In a department entitled "Mr. Moody's Bible Class" The artist, Charles Dana Gibson, who created the Gibson girl, will present six full page pictures showing "The People of Dickens," while Alice Barber Stevens will alternate with Mr. Gibson and present her Idea of "Six Types of American Womanhood," showing the American woman in society, in business In Bummer.iu the home and as n mother. MlryE. Wllkins, the New England writer, will rcvl e the old qulltlng party, the ancient singing school and . the apple paring bee in "The Pleasures ol our Neighborhood " Sir Henry Irving is to tell how to study read and present Shakespeare in Small Communities." Tosti, the song writ er, will give his first piano composN tlon. Sir Walter Sullivan Is to the first true aud correct copy of "The Lost Chord" eer printed in pre-Rf-- Captain of the State Militia, with heidquarters at Hartlord. PoorDuck, MtfolyJfforolWas Spont So has answered the last roll-ca- ll years wo awo and his remains He burled in the oretly.But JAU Milton Taylor graveyard a short dis tance North of Hartford. I visited his grave a few years ago In the uniTHE NAMES AND AMOUNTS. form I wore in the late war and as I rr ad the inscription on the marble, I liilve done finprti' thought, here are two of the Hartford Now that 'wttinl 1&iVnbpiit"eeht.of the Repub-'Hea- Quiets, who, when men, made tbe campaign fuudjome inside fig;, profession ajiartiis a reality. Mi thespiingofi8jo, the Hartford ures of the silver Democratic money Cadets were reorganized and Wm, R. are interesting. The World says; A handlul of silver millionaires who Kinney was nearly unanimously elecCapt. Knlney recontrol the silver mines pledged ted commander. themselves, if the Chicago platform tained the command until by mutual coiiaeut the organization was dissolvdeclared unequivocally for coinage, to furnish a campaign fund ed for bus8lness callings. On the outbreak of the rebellion of $!, 200,000. Considering the small number of silver producing States Capt. Kinney became a leading spirit and insignificant figure they cut In in enlisting Federal troops and. was the population of the country, this commissioned as a Major in the volwas an extremely liberal undertaking. unteer service, but I don't think he But considering the immense wealth served long in the field. He was one of these mine owners and tremendous ot tbe most brilliant orators I ever profits the victory of the Democratic heard in civil or military life and his ticket would yield them, it was little eloquence appeared to captivate all ovho heard him. Two of the best oraenough It is certain the figures presented tions I ever heard were delivered by do not represent the total amount. Mrjor Kinney one was a temperence There were undonbtedly many thous- address in the Union Church at Hartand dollars spent secretly, A good ford soon after the Hartford Cadets disbanded and the other was a patrideal of the money was wasted. Take the fortune squandered In In- otic address to Col. McHenry's Sevdiana, for instance. It was estimat- enteenth Infantry, at Camp Calloway Hartford old fair ground, ed that there, were 30.000 floaters In When the war broke out, from what this State, and that they could all be bought for from $2 to $5 ahead The I can learn, about the same number possession of their votes, it was fig- of the Cadets enlisted on each side ured, would make the State sure for and of the entire "organizatlon.I think Bryan. So, at the start, $75,000 there are only a fewnow living Lon-ni- t; Morton and perhaps Jas. W.Ford, was turned into this territory; then $50,000 more was sent here, and then at Hartford; Col. Ion B. Nail at at Fords vllle, and I think another $135, 000 was asked for. The Lem and Estil McHenry are yet livmoney was wasted. Candidate Sewall contributed $20.-00- ing. If other members of the compaAltogether the cause of tree sil- ny are living I don't know it. As it may interest some of your ver had as much cash behind it as the cause of honest money. Here is readers to know how the Yankees of a list of a lew oi the big contributors Hartford, a3 far back as 1849, obtained anything like United States Cadet to the silver fund: , David H. MofTatt $50,000 uniforms, I will inform them and Eben Smith to, 000 givethem a brief description of the At that time several ot W. S. Stratton . . , 35,000 clothing. Marcur J3aly (personal) . . 30,000 the fathers of the cadets owned dry Marcus Daly (collected) . . 140,000 g.wda stores and had jn stockjjearly William A. Clark 50,000 all thegoodstocompletethennlfonns. S. T. Hauser 10,000 The jackets were light blue, with Arthur Sewall 20,000 three tows ol large gilt buttons. The lames A. Murray 10,000 punts were of white cloth. The hats A. I. D ivis 5,000 of old time pasteboard, covered with The plume was of P A L'argey 5.000 black cambric. A. W. Barnard 5,000 white paper on a whalebone and the Jacob Robinson 15 000 eagle and cards wereof gilt as its substitute. The eagle and cards on my Total $375.ooo hat were bought in Cincinnati in 1848 ns relics of the Mexican war and the There is more; Catarrh in this secI wore were a prestion of the country than all other dis- large epaulettes eases put together, and until the last ent to rue by Geo. P. Bennett,a tobaclew year was supposed, to be incura-abl- co freighter and mill owner in the No For a grt-a- t many years doc- Creek settlement. Mr. Bennett tors pronounccd.it a local disease and bought the epaulettes with ijther relprescriled local rcmedies,and by constantly failure to cure with local treat ics of the Mexican war in New Orleans, during or about the close ol ment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a conthat war. The epaulettes were much stitutional disease, and therefore re- too large for me and they gave me quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure,' manufactured a somewhat foreign appearance and by F J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, my father, like most ot the Eastern is the only constitutional cure on the men, made many strange remarks, matket It is taken internally in called me, when in uniform, old dose from 10 drops to n teasponnful. Mexican Gen. Pare-- i It acts directly op the blond and mu- Pareder alter the They der, whose portrait at time appeared cous surfaces ol the system. oiler one hundred dollars lor any case in the history of the Mexican war, Send for circulars with very large epaulettes. it frits to cure, and testimonials. Address, The Hartford Cadets wetc no doubt F. J CHRNvt& Co., Toledo, O. the military cadets in this part of the druggists, 75c. Sold by all 19 I State and asimilarorganization should Hall's family pills are thebest. now exist in every town in the Units Till-- UnrllordrncUla, 1810-3These Yatfkees were ed States. The announcement ot the death of taught by Captfl. Taylor and Kinney Major Wm. R. Kinney, formerly a their first lesson in the life of a solbut for many dier and In alter years as men In tbe citizen of Hartford, yeais a prominetUawycr of the Louis- bloodly dreams of war some of them ville bar, brings anew to memory re11 to rise no more,' while others, like scenes in my youthful days, at Hart- myself, received wounds, the scars of ford which we will carry to bur graves. My father moved bis family from In my diagram of my father's old Cincinnati, O , about February 149, farm, near Hartford, now the home of he having opened ,a wago n aud carMrs.W. F. Tatum, the references ate riage shop about six weeks previous in figures, but tbe margin drawings to that date. At the time we came to I are in letters. II being Cadet F'orbes Hartford there was a Military organl-- . in 1849 in the Hartford Cadet Unl- zatlou, composed, In part, oi the sons lorra of that time. I enclose you' copy of the best families in town. Enroll - ! 0'f tnjg portrait, Edwin Fordrs. ed In this company were 'the sons of , Hon John H. McHcnry, Sr Isaac Did You Kver Morton, HarrtsouD, Taylor, Elijah fry Electrio Hitters as a for your W. Ford, Dr. S O Peyton, John and I troubles? If not, get a bottle now Larkln Nail, Sam Houston, 'Squire ind get relief. This medicine has Kenney, John McCall, Asiah Bennett, oeen found to be peculiarly adapted Mrs Derryman'Mf. Foreman, E. L. 'to the relief and cure of all Female Forbes, and from other families that I complaints, exerting a wonderlul didon't recollect at , this time. VJrgll rect influence in giving strength and Addlngton, a young tailor with Mr. it ne to the organs. II you have Loss I Appetite, Constipation, Headache, McCall, was also a member of the company which mustered about fifty Fainting Spells, or" sie Nervous, or sixty cadets. The- - pants and jack- Sleepless, Excitable,' Melancholy or ets weie made at,Mr. McCall's tailor troubled with Dizzy Spells, jEIectric shop nnd the ha.t9 and plumes were Bitters is medicine you, need, Health made by Mrs. Ann Gateyler or Miss and Strength are guaranteed by Its Sib Hay, I don't remember which use. Fifty cents and $1,00 utWUU The privates were armed with Jams & Bell's Drug Store. wooden, muskets and the officers with the swords of theState Miiltla officers WANTED SEVERAL or women to travel for at Hartford. Capt. Randell D. Tayresponsible established house In lor coti)inanded the CadeU in 1849, payable $15 Salary $780, and Capt. Wm. R, Kinney in the weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Relerence. Enclosed ear 1850, stamped envelope. The Capt Duek'Ta'ylor, as he was then called lelt the cadets and received a National, Star Building, Chicago. coiuuilshlon from Gqv. Crlttendon as to J. M. eftLV BT MAHUrACTUBSO ZDIUN A CO., PhlUd.lpMo, Pa. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Weditlns: t! Jna.S.aienn, J.8.K. The.fun; iree-silv- er Louis-vllle;njys- 0. ... IIARTFOKD, HT. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t" gathered in and by hard work the collections. Office east aide of puV.,r , house vlas saved. square. Mr. Ben Graves who has been sick Shelby Taylop . M.L. Heavrik. for some time Is worse. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Mr. Thomas Bishop and daughter, Point Pleasant, ytslted Mr. R. H. Everly Sunday. HARTFORD, KY. Rev. L. TIchenor, Point Pleasant, preached at Mr. James Curtis' Sunday Perry Westerfield, at 11 o'clock. One day last week an accident hapBeaveb Dam, Ky. pened at Mr. Frank Allen's, which son, Elza. came being fatal to his R. H. WEDDING While shucking corn the loft gave way, and tbe boy fell under the corn, Hartford, Ky. when found he was almost lifeless. Will practice his profession in all Mr. Tom Allen has rented and tho courts of Ohio and adjoiaing moved into a house which belongs to counties. Also Notary Public. Mr. BUI Smith. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Mr. Arthur Richardson has built a house on Mrs. Mag Faught's place and will take possession in a few Lora. days. HARTFORD, KY. mam Call on E. L. Bulllngton for any- Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties thing in the tonsoral line. Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his caro. Col lections a specialty. Offico over Ohio County Bank. Also NotaryFubli eral"was preached at quality the 5th by Rev. Richardspn, alter which the remains wee laid to rest. The 6th of December the little baby ot Mr. B. Graves was called away to bloom in the bright beyond. Sunday morning about 2 o'clock the cry of fire was heard, when it was discovered that Mr. R. II. Ever-ly'-s barn was on fire. The flames were under too much headway to be controled. 2 horses tvere burned to death, besides about 300 bushels of corn, a lot of hay, a saddle, farming A lew neighbors implements, etc. LAWYERS, (Office, orer Anderson's Baaaar.) GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Publio for Ohio county. Tamos A.STnlth, TTDB1Y JT AW Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, Torturing Sneumatism. The busiest and most uiefut men are not always exempt from sickness. Especially are they liable to be attacked and completely disabled by that most annoying and painful Men In all walks of life are subject at any time to be seized with this disease, and besides the great bodily p.ln, there la almost unbearable mental anguish at the thought of having one's strength and vigor gradually supplanted by a condition of utter helplessness. Under the effects of Rheumatism, the strongest men become the weakest, and the most useful are robbed of their usefulness. Mr. J. A. LeSeur has lived in Atlanta, Ga., for years, and some of tho prettiest residences and most substantial business blocks of that city aro monuments to his skill as an architect ' and builder. ailment-Rheumatism. Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio aad adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to Office in Courthouse. Attorney atKY. Xa HARTFORD, JNO. B. WILSON, (tbnnty Attorney) e. attention given to col' making abstracts, &c, also Notary Publio for Ohio County. Offico North side of public square. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, SPECIAL Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining countfos Collections carefully and promptly atOffice with T. J. Smith tended to. & Co., Market Street. Attorney at Iaw iDr.. fi. umaer SPECIALTY: Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat, EVANSVILLH, Office 416 Upp. IND. 0. First st. Attorney at Law, Ma. 3. A. LeSeub. But like many other busy men, Mr. IVeSeur was overtaken by Rheumatism and soon his strength gave way to a This dread condition of helplessness. disease produces more agony, ho says, described. than can well bo years I have suffered with and often felt as If a amall piece of my spine had been taken out, also as if a fragment of bombshell had passed through my left hip. When I would alt down, I could not straighten up for several minutes, and then only at the expense of great pain. I, could get absolutely no relief, though many remedies were tried. Someone recommended S. 8. B. and I almoit iu desnalr when I began Its use. In three days, however. 1 waa ao greatly relieved that I felt very little inconvenience from the rheuma-tlsrThe disease grew lets painful very S. 8. 8., at I continued the entirely. and 8. 8. 8. disappeared soon also proved to be a fine tonic, as I now have wore appetite, and feel better life. than ever before, In myof 8. 8,I cannot tv' aay too much in praise Rheumatism f a condition of the blood which has alwaya baffled the doctors, and It Is a peculiarity that those who onco have it are sure to always be subject to its attacks from this la time to time. The reason of to elve 41,., ttodivinra are only able Sciatic-Rheumatis- J.B. YIOEERS, IIlIRTFORD, KY., Will practioo bis prolession in Ohie Special ataud adjoining counties. tention given to all buslnco-- i entraafesl to his caro. Office in Rkpubuoah 't ye. building. "or Attorney at cvr HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico la all tho Courts oi Ohio Speoial ataud adjoining counties. Office tention given to collections. with Countf Attsrcay. Who con think Wanted-An'l- dea of soon. .ImpU tblnftopaUnll Protocl your Ideosj thy may bring yuu waaiia. Write JOHN WIDDKllBUItN a CO. Patent Attar. aays, Waahlatton. U. C for th.lr tl.suu prtse offee and UW ol two niuursa iaraiioua wanwa. ARMISTEAD JONES, N K u a. Ken-luck- y. sed temporary relief, but cannot rid the TSten of the disease permanently. 8. 8. B. ujuara(l urijr the only real blood remedy for real blood troubles, such as Rheumatism, Scrofula. Cancer, Ecieina, Catarrh, Tetter, Contagious lllood Poison, etc. 'When 8. 8. 8. once forces a disease Our irom the system It never returns.free to valuable books vM be mailed At- LosoeavSIU.IIanil.raosi A Ht Loula Ha IV was-- ili' tot urialJune 1. No. 4 No. 41, daily Vet boundfT"T daily L. Louisville 7 55 a m 030pm 7 55 L Btandenburg .9 8 20 . 9 49 . L, Irvlngton 8 58 10 28 L Stephonpott , 10 47 L Clovecpoct 9 18 11 12 L Hawesville 944 12 ISPIUI048 L 0enUxro , , Ar HetKlorsoM t 15 l 55 tv'a') No 43. I Ifcurt bound . . Any address. SwUt Spcclflo Co., lanta, Georgia. . L Ilenuocaon L Owetisboco . L Hawesville , L Cloverport . L Staph en pott , L Irviuaton . . L Drandonburg Ar LowlsvHle 7 20 95 9 50 12 dally am 825 .No. Ah 3 55 4 53 255pm 5 35 daily 10 11 10 31 11 18 57 616 639 45 pin 800 :!., t -- v. f .,. ifvff " ,r STVp US!P11-111"- 9' Hartford Republican. 'RIDAY, DECEMBER. 11,1896 0 cd liquor Tl Boon fco !( prolr to rxclmlo Wo will Gi:H!(ilA lias a silver LcPilaluro, Pililny nt llnrirnril, Kjr, but gold contracts still "go" in that l.timl .try Blnte, tho bill prohibiting them hav..Editor. SAM A. ANDERSON ing been defeated. Offioo on Fox Stroot. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar nt Hartford Entered nt tlie post-offias second class mill matter ce ANNOUNCEMENTS. t'nrt'onnljr Judge, Tun gold Democrats believe that thoy cast enough votes at tho Inst election to justify them to conlinuo to do business according to tho Icurliings nt tho Indianapolis platform. , J ' We arc authorized to announce Tuc Hartford ep'irt who has just J. A. PARK become tho champion shot of Ohio As a candidate lor the office of Judge fill up with cartridge ol the Ohio county Court, subject to county ought to and go over to Cuba, and he might the action Republican parly. shoot himsoU into tho possesion of the We arc authorized to announce world's most fcrtito island. A.S.AUM, As a cnndldatefor Judge of Ohlocoun-t- y In tho raco for the Democratic Court, subject to the action of the Republican party. nomiunlion for Commonwealth Attorney in this District Messrs. Bingo, We are authorized to announce Rowo & Co , would find n very formC. L. WOODWARD As a candidate for Judge ot the Ohio idable opponent in the person of Mr. County Court, subject to the action Jo I). Vickere, should bo decide to of the Republican party. ranko tho raco. We are nntho;lzed to announce R. R. WEDDING Tillman says tho silver Senators As a candidate for Judge of the Ohio will dovoto themselves to "holding County Court, subject to the action tho Republicans down.'' In other of the Republican party. words, thoy will duplicate the expeFor County AUornoy. rience of "John Pueonir" in tho We are authorized to announce fight with tho Judge. "Wo held tho P. NEAL E Judge down," he eald, "by ournoo As a candidate for reelection to the office ol County Attorney of Ohio (which wo had inserted between his county, subject to the action of the teeth for tho purpose,) while our hair Republican party precinct convenwas employed in holding one of his tion, Saturday, Feb. 13, 1897. We arc authorized to announce D. M. HOCKER lor the As a candidate for office ol Clerk of the Ohio County Court, subject to the nction ol the Republican party. We are authorized to announce M. S. RAGLAND a candidate for Clerk of Ohio As County Court, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to anuounce JNO. W. TICHENOR As a candidate for Clerk ol Ohio County Court, subject to the action rl the Republican party. Mrs A. M. Lc is sufi.tlng with a broken aim caused by being thrown from n mute two weeks ago A one ye.tr old caughler ol W R, ' Merit lnch died 011 the 8th and w.ts bur- intrinsic talks'.' tho value of ied nt the Morris burying ground Hood'aBaraaparllla. I trge stock J Y. Hagirmnn tins his Merit In fnedkjno raana the power to cure, Hood'iBarMparllU possesses sctoil btrn almost computed nd unequalled mratlvo power and there . The Inlant son 01J, W Ctrttrwho tor It iiis itrac-- tncrltv When you buy Ii.h been quite sick is Improving Ilood'a Baraaparllla,and tako It according iPtow nov. to directions, to purify your blood, or cure oar ot Ute many blood dlaoaaee, yon .Hrllt.MRT. are morally .certain, to rtcolro benefit, Mr Robert Duncau visited Copt. Tbo power to euro la tbero. Yon aro not Dave Duucan, of Rockport, last Sun trying an experiment. It wilt mako your day. blood pure, rleh.nd nourishing, and thus Mrs Rout. V Caldwell ttartcd to drive out the germs ot dlaease, strengthen tbo nerves and bolld up the Whole system. her home at Wooddock, Tenn , Sun- J 1.too. Merit Z.WAYNEGRIFFIN&BRO 5)I'C BH I i ' Wll0 HAVE THE BIGGEST STOCK OE ? Holiday Goods EVER BROUGHT TO UAIVI EO.JD. AN r day. Mrs. Henry Hampton Is the proud mother ol n tine girl baby Mrs. Alan Caldwell has sold Ida bouse and lot to Mr. R P Deck. Mr. David S Duncan has returned Is the beat, in tact toe Ono True Blood rnrUer. from Louisville, where he had made IYcpwl only by C. I. Uood & Oo.. Lowell, Mas. n purchase of Christmas goods nooas Sarsaparilla lf -- J' ENDLESS Mr. Dan Duucan has been compell- Hood'a Pills MiRK&KRE VARIETY OF PRESENTS For Both Old and Young. GOODS TO For (mi my Cirrh. bauds." I Madison Courier well save: "The political orators, managers and workers havo retired for a well earned rest, but tbo Republican editors are continuing their political labors ev Tho maiutainance of the cry day. Republican press is absclutoly necessary to tho winning of future victories Nothing can take the place of the in cessant labor of the Republican editor aid tbo molding of public opinion by The Republican papers. Mr. Taubencck asserts tbaC tho Democratic party is not to be trusted by the Populists because it has killed eleven freo coinage bills in Congress. On tho other hand various Democrats now eminent in the freo silver service, have been sayiug that the party has always been committed to the docrtine. This confusion of judgment as to an open record is v?ry remarks blc, is it not? Mr. Taubencck, how over, is more nearly correct, and Mr. Towles was right in calling it a "rev Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County, subject to the action of the Republican party and respectfully soYour truly. licit your support. Sam A. Anderson. I'orClrrnlt tlfrk. We ate authorized to announce F. LEONARD SANDERFUR as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the nction of the Republican party. I am a candidate for the office ol . 1 l We are authorized to announce olution." SAM T. BARNETT Ohio As a candidate for Sheriff of Time has wrought a great change county, subject to the action of the in the once proud Democracy of Ohio Republican party. county, who used to stand up with We are authorized to announce her 800 majority, and boast over all R. B. MARTIN As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio opposing forces, who seems as mere county, subject to the action of the aspects in her onward strides to deRepublican party. struction. What bos been tho cause We are authorized to announce ot this downfall of our brethren? is S. T. STEVENS the question that is being asked daily Ohio Asa candidate for Sheriff ol of the by people of all political belief. The county, subject to the action question has often been asked, us. Republican party. For an answer we will' mako' some re or School HiiperliilenUnil. marks gleaned from personal observa-- , We are authorized to announce tion. In the first plaoo Deraoorcy js, FON ROGERS wrong, its teachings tends to tear Superin-tendeAs a candidate for School of Ohio county, subject to the down instead of building up the country, and no man or set of m"e,n action of the Republican pirty. can live long .ind do that. The Dem We are authorized lo announce ocratic party of Ohio county has al- R. C. JARNAGIN As a candidate for Superintendent of ways been for office and not for tbo1 Common Schools ol Ohio county,n good of tho country. During their subject to the action of the Republic-nsuperiority in tho county they would' party. scoff at the name of Republican and1 For Jnller. for you to mention Populist to any j , to announce We are authorized of them was like shaking a red flag in. JNO. D. FIN LEY mad bull's face, "The proud, De As a candidate for the office of Jailer a of Ohio county, subject to the action mocracy of Ohio county support a ofthe Republican party. Pcpulist;" in its balmy days what, "No,' would tho answer have been? We are authorized to announce R T. TWEEDDELL I t neverl " n ifw when the, As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action ofthe young men have reached their ma-- 1 jority? The old fossilized Democrat' Republican party. ic party, still holding to some of its authorized to announce We are THOS. II. BLACK antedated theories hat been relegated As r. Candidate lor re election to the to the rear and now they are calling ol Ohio county.subject office ol Jailer to the action ol the Republican party. on the Populists "to save us or wo perish We are authorized to announce JNO. T. KING Heeds of revolution, havo been As a candidate lor the office of Jailer sown upon the breast of tbo Repubof Ohio county, subject to the action lic, and henceforth the l'fe of tho Naof the Republican party. tion, as well as the prosperity of its We are authorized to announce people, must engage the attention ot S G. RHOADS As a cindldate for the office ol Jailer our statemen. Wherever tho frugal of Ohio county, subject to the action and industrious have accumulated of tae Republican party. uealtti tho Indolent and thirstlcss We are authorized to announce havo fretted with jealousy and urged BRUNO FREY condition as a complaint As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio unequal county, subject to the action ofthe aninst their government. Such lias Republican pirty. Veen tho casp in oU countriee, but, unfortunately, in our owu country a We are authorized to announce LOYD POOL great political party tq avert, impend , Ai a candidate for Jallerof Ohlocoun-tying defeat, championed tho caie ot subject ti the action of the Re tbo restless and (urjiulent clcmont nf publican party. our social fabric, and conducted a We are authorized to announce campaign in which tho chief appeal R. F COP1WGK for support was made to the stupidity As a candidate for Jailer ol Ohio coun-tsubject to the actio.i ol the Repub. and and avarice of men. It is true lican party. that scores of Democratic newspapers We are authorized to annotince refused to lead tho assault upon tlio SYLVESTER WHITE frugal and industrial element of our Ohio coun As a candidate lor Jailerof society, it U true that hundreds of ty, subject to the action ol tue Kepuu Democratic leaders suffered their polican party, litical futures to vanish liko smoke We are authorized to announce driven before the wind, rather than to OSCAR MIDKIFF As a candidatefor Jailer of Ohio coun follow their party in it crusade ot ty, subject to the action of the Repub it is alio truo tho defeat lie in party. of Deraocraoy was overwhelming at For AMCMiir. tho polls that tin great party will ovor We are authorized to announce again slake its butlo for power upon B. P. PETTY tho supposed greed and avnricojit tho As a candiJte lor the office of Astes people, but the fact remains that a sor 01 uiuo county, snujeci 10 impacclass of citizens, jealous, covptnua and tion ofthe Republican impatient of restraint, already oxUt We are authorized to announce ing among us has been alurmingly in G D. ROYAL As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio creased by the Into Democratic cam county, f ubject to the ncllun of the palgn; thus tbo enemiei of tho Rpiil Republican pirty. liohave been multiplied, anil the We ate authorized to announce country's futuro cuvelnped in gloom. J G WILSON However, th press, tho pulpit and As a candidate for Awsewor of Ohio fcliool may bo able to undo thH un-county, aubject to the nction ol the lowed work. Ri publican patty ForMirrin. along without Populist help in Attention Volrr. TO Kv , Dec 15 '96 To the Republicans of Ohio CounNo reform cancomeufnderthe hatue ty: i You nre. dou.btless aware fcf.the DemocwU - Hence. It Is that Demo- fact that I have announced tin sell as a.ll !!... viuuj I....... cuuucu ll.ala 1..1. unvc .1..... inii ci uiu; duvci name, to Reform jflvcr clubs," BU,.jm.,inC ting the word Democrat Tiie soouer nction of the Republican p rtv In tn'e name Democrat is obliterated flora their convention on Feb. 15. '97. and political usage,'" the sooner we shall in so doing I would earnestly solicit have free silver and financial reform your support at the precinct convenThe party that came in at the back tions, February . 13. 1897. Having door and is attempting to rush the been born and reared in your midst People's pirty out at the front door and having lived in this county all has struck a snu",j, The claim that my life, an ardent supporter of the the three million People's puty v tes Republican principles since I have cast for Bryan tyere Democrats, U a been old enough, and being a member piece ol gall possessed by no other ol your Fiscal Court tor nearly six party on earth outside ol the Denic- -. years and becoming fatuljiar with the I cralic ranks. 'We arc not seeking affairs of your county and also familfavors lrom that fiarty, but if it wants iar, to a great extent, with the Jfew to help in tbls'WoYk of reform, let it Constitution. I feel myself competent come in at the front door, and we to perform the duties of- - the office to shall be pleased to hear from it in which I aspire. sincerity and candor. But I realize the importance of the m niooit la Lire. party making no mistakes in its mediu'in which carries to It is the nominations and if you think either ol my opponents are better qualified every nete, muscle, organ and fibre for that office, do not hesitate to give its nourlshment.and strength. If the them your support as the man who blood is pure, rich and healthy you heads the ticket should have no clogs will be well; it impure, disease will to his heels, but should be able to soon overtake yon) Hood's Sarsapacarry the banner to success In the rilla has power to keep you in health final election I am doing all I can, by making your blood rich and pure. honorably, to secure the nomination Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy and if I succeed no one will be more to operate. Cure indigestion, biliousgrateful to you than jour humble ser- ness, 35c vant. But if on the other hand you Why la II decide to support another, I will submit tp your decision cheerfully and if catarrh is a blood disease, as some ctalm, that physician's frequently addo all in ray power to secure the elecvise change of air and climate to those tion of the whole ticket whoever they suffering? Catarrh a climate afft.CN may be. I may not be able to see tion, and nothing but a local remedy you all before the Convention, but or a change ol climate will cure. it. Cream Balm, is so efficient as hope my friends wili go to the Dis- Ely's away wltlnthe;necejslty of leavtrict Meetings and use their influence ing hope nndriends, causing,intant in securing ray nomination, as there relief and Is a real cure of catarrh. 18 ryr. ' seems to be a Sentiment in favor of JCentertown being represented on the : CiMJI.-Kg);i.l-l tickej. NH fans. .nuts mist au U Good. Cm I Tiiankin? ray friends (or their I lad MM UotkIi bjrat! Turn I la tlmn HnM hTrfpnrcl.ia rrl earnest solicitations, I remain, MMfcMwjk?is?lMf iiTilS.Iyyiam5l Ymir Friend, , CBNTrtRTOwN. ed to quit his position in the store on moernrjr from n Pnpullat. account of Injury to his leg. IheOw'ensboro Farmer's Journal a Mr. John Mlllor has had a nice tin strong Populist paper says: roof put qn his house. The People's party county commitRichard James, Point Pleasant vis- tees should make no alliance with ited Iriends here 'Saturbn- - and Sun either of the old parties. , day j Have the Democrats proposed a fusMr John Kclloge is able to be out ion or. division jpt county officers in again. P. Union county.svNotmiichr. Can get . CHRISTMAS PLEASE EVERYBODY: "'" I iff I IyWSStJaafc lilfif .mmmW I I Vmmmmmwmmwtib$ omit-.u.v.u- tl II 'rTJUkJHW ElHV iPiV VmWM Trilfl lMfrlfrLiTTJnJiJ IH H mum MMtfafJl rVJKTUWULHalaaaaH. fWaKJBaaat L V aFZr.aaHaalBaV aaaHLHilaiaVaaaafll t vM ,f 4i ( ?i Br flib lM;lri"& Wmf arol fcV3?TO'WfettraStJis' Elfl 4Mb5K3BRfiw3Tfm IsWl JbijU.E A ll llVXAaTir . . I S Maaaaal -- HEADQUARTERS EOR- - OLD foe SANTA GLAUS. 14 J t--tf Bottom friees on veryffiiv itrt n to-d- o You cannot afford to lot Christmas and the Holidava.ol bywithout buying a nice pros ui irj omebody when sucti j splendid opportunity is oifbred you. Don't 'delay, but comb-- ' ' now, before the stock is picked ovci ' V "- ;Ia. j . - " ' ' . '" - Z. Wayne Griffin fiBro., iIailfoifd! -- aFEsivimTUEioEDFL THE; r4'tt c - . ii ih-jsLo- e: . jj C L WOODWAUD. ' Now'for a Romrtig old Timo. 'We wish p tell the good people of this country what, we are .going to do from December 18th to 26th, inclu- -' slve. ,000 pounds fresh stick candy at 5c lb; 500 Hm large stick candy at lb; 5c 1; gocd mixed candy at best french candy at 10c lb; mixed nuts i$d lb, best N Y. apples 75c per bushel; good large orapges 4c each; large cocoanuts 5c; 2 package fire cracker sc; raisins jj(c per lb; large line dolls, toys, fancy lamps, mugs, &c. We are closing out our winter good, as boots and heavy shoes, men and boys overcoats and Mclntoshes, ladies cloaks apd hats, jeans and jeans Give" us a trial clothing, &c We will please you. MqaEinp, .JONgs & Co. 1, 7c " , Centre'tovn,.Ky, -- - farm at RockportrKy., one dark by mare, 14 hand high, about 8 years' old, white spot In forehead, surrounded by small white spi-cforetop clipped, both hind feet white Has'beenpnnctwo weeks. Any information ol her whereabouts ' wfll be rewarded M V Cam man ao at From HEI.MT. We want to mention a gentlemn whdui Ohio county tnigh be proud of as II ft nam'tf. f Is Francis Mirion Haven. He is que among'the best read 'men in the county and ctn tell what he knows in AH He was born intelligent manner. July 4 1816 at the F"tlfs of Rough. I He w.ts in the 17th Ky. Inl tntry and wis in the battle of Ft. Donelsnq. II He lost his tight j e in the war. He wasdisclnrged at Louisville owing to the f ict of his wounded eye. He te enllnted in the rath Ky, Cav. in February. 1864 and Ferved to the close ofthe war with distinction, herj-Chii- ny Strayod i.,. We no'.e with great Interest the number ol announcements lor the various county offices to be filled next Noveraber,(by'the Republican puty.) The most consplctuousol them seems to be Mr. Fon Rogers, who Is a candidate" for the office of County School Suptetintendent. 'Mr Rogers Is one Ohio county's most brilliant young teachers, and ha9 fiad a vast amount of experience as n teacher in the com mon schools ol this county. Wherever known he is noted for his unceasing devotion" fotthe cause of education and we things second to none as a teacher. This coupled with the fact that he has- - always been identified with and arf'tig'g'ressWe, advocate of the Rpubllcahlprlnciple's, should commend hliii 'to'' 'iseiy Re publican votefol Ohio oonrt'ty, ''and elevating him to this position in the ranks of the Republican pirty wbutd be a lery small reward fdr his grillant, services in the late chrapalgn" There are,very few men wbbdlaVe "devoted more time and with such beoefichl results as be. With such a manaa Mr Rozers for tiie nominee, svearefuic oTvictpry, aim wiiu sucn ainajorUy as jll lor- .' ever remove. theinmqlrst, possibility of a (Democratic bchnqi Mtperlnti nd -- itEflbiii. ALSO DEALERS IN- - iDrags and Medicines and Draggists' A.r ' UTldrte& f - , " 'j. ; t It rH . ir : "rf Prescriptions Accurately compounded nt nil hours fr,o,ri Freshest and Purest Drugs. N. B. All leading SI brands Patent Medicines' Toe brittle1. Quinine 25c per ounce. Ret brands onl Oil at refluglcLr Above prices iofe prices. Wall Paper nt 3c and 5c per roll. ' Via i' cia .? Ui UAbll, ,&m ;f-"HT! . - . . .A t liU "'-- Call and see ug andab lowest Prices on Everything in our 'fine i T U finx rnuTnrrt Yfo l hk toavtK iSJiJil as . ym tevev CoU vulu.uau uiumuiim-n- io uuraVivoqM ft'i'.ri-fl- i . . ' ,ead Apply Into lh.DO.tri. UU quickly .Uorbwt 60 nU it Xrungtt or bf null ; (ample 10c bf mill. KLY DllOTllKItfl, M Wmra BL, Tork CH7. ti '. t)ftin afivn o KtT9 CREAM BAtH UapoiUlTecare. ' V7 t .t.,.al With Sanj A AJersprt for Circuit Clerk, Sanj T. Uanettrherifrand Fon.RofjeVs Jpr jSchoQluperintepd,-- , enf,;we;ie$l conudnlt trnttrthe Republican banner wquW beUcaslly carried to victory over any and all opposition. . 1 -- ent-- Nt Jscmmfnb g - P'TliJJtU prtcitif?f-cohi- e Wrll'rctue- - . rented and ImvcMHtir" delegates iu strticted for these.meni who have done so mUthfnr the.RepuWIcm pirty and little rewaid. lit. I.. Willi llttVC . HI, I. ..AIT. .Tll..l Cl ICVCIVCU f if: U9 class-hatre- d; 1 desirable farm nf one hundred .., mmwmmmwmm . n i rtorlilfiiV .irfiirir.'llf" or o acr, situated rlrar Hartford, well. i i i' ' H 4 n jOFtrN.' f.,71 The Jest Swe-lff- e '- the world for watered, a good oicbed, two bundled, ' ' It to I ! I. .'1' AH5&f&3& Cuts, Bruises,' .Sores, ' Ulcers, Salt ' I ., i hi 4 i '1' ' , XJ&-iX&. U gool buildings, and i,n . ; Rhcu'ra, Peve'rSore's' Tettef, CHabped baarltig trees, v JWpr,efilefuedt fey ar$op'l.'Ppt" Hands, Chitblb(hnK Corn, and all jood orawnnlty. For further par. fi. ri j ' Baizb, Skfn .Rruplic-ns-, arid.,poltlve1y Urea tlculars call ot till iMHce at once, tf t R. C JAMRS. Mtyn orl, "P .. ' ' ft ' MANTET-SEVER' ,. guaranteed to giys perfect satisfaction AL FAirH- l L. Nk WORtRV. orniYmey refunded" '.Piice a'i cents W Uj men or women to travel for ' . . . per bo. For Mi?joy wuiiums & responsible eRtabllsheJ jioue . Hell. yr, tucky Silary $j8o, payable $1$ 3-- . .. ,i i t. r i ii AJ wteKlf.anq-.e.xftjtjnieBanna rosuion KJBX 11'nVANnO COUNTY, Rnclo.ed elf Refeiencc. The nitwl dfe5iwlbefeai1ncc ip town, Tlil It tbo boit marlrat and oun It tba Leit honM to thin HoTP.t, riKOOKSV(Ll.r, flliKNANDO, atafnped The envelope. addressed Kara Tancc on K, C( Fpr lrHculal tlrq tarflUM ihi, SihlitS YmVjF' ' aabr Mo '"ftrlca traupplSTwa'l yoa'ff. National, Star Building, Chlcajo. The place Winter He 1UI1 Resort trade. IWtraril(u aetata. r8tip all yoar wool aa"SJiarp53Be?5fS ItS' ifflf ' 5 it- oi. purru'B fir any who are nflerted with pulmo- HERNDON-CflRTE- R , J CO.'' OVAL'TANSY, PILLS 0 Third Straat. ot 818 to 810 XttrraU Owrt. rinry, lung, throat or chest troubles. UUIRVZLUa,Xr RzwHueniTi iisTEBraiUL . w Write for booklets also 'lor list of valA M, Hutu. udHl.nlMlu r T" wVaf. Ih uable lands and homes for settlers; THE FM FIELD AND nRESIDE COLOTf. ' ' ''''aBHaaMiMBBatjBBaaaBgaBBaaaBWBBawMaaBMaMa land growing corn,, tnhiccn, tuaar . ' mmrm mi mavm,9mm ma ' . i i..i laiuuMfr A happy, prosperous commuiiitj' in cane, nnumes a'td all ftttits, oats, etc. f ?. the most delightful pait ol the Slate Property at remarkably low prices. A ..ft ...1. Fl DUtll H S M. . . We have made nrrangement3 by .whlijh we can furnlsb (he Louisville Evenfnu Pps and the Hartford Rbpoducan for $2 75 per year. This la undoubtedly the greatest offer ever You will get 365 put to the people. papers every j ear for the small mm of 75, Take advantage of the offer nt onqe -- . v fr.4i" S??.. zm" ,1 .Tn: WBaaWaKPenr?rvrT!5' mrmmwwmr'Wttf r""i m Mrt O W.r - $. rr Mala i n3Hw irnzzxc i 1 m . -- .Auv,r - i Jll, ,). ' - ' I,, -- FUQ RiDA. -i v-- s. t, MM M w' aAtfa wnrvyv ti.liri, r?... V' 4 K7:,xxzyz Florida! eaR.Fare 1- ' ha Audreys, J Watkins Lbb. llr.intfcvllle, Hla IMttfiUT buld by Z Wiiyne (JnllTu & Oro, lbeBub.TrilaUrcii ctiykpluar,'l ewl Jorcopy 01 Take THE REPUBLICAN. v. i.'";'-!'- ! ff 'i;!V,J v"rj - r- - -- WrV v-i- tf j .1 .'EyffAiw. mmw S5 i ?!)5";7i:TwiijBSBSMKKrJ' " ' s 1 Ir w fWt Tr-- 3 aHWN; i ii-- DON'T FAIL TO READ THIST Cation K h Bulllngton. ,. I'!oatingStu1Io in still nt llarlf ird C6m&4o-Sc- Pettiest &Co'a. dolls In town at Fair Bros. e Carsou & Co., line Tor mil ery' goods lUggest Mrs.1 J. S. Coleman; from Greenville, has' returned - Xtuas toya nt Pair of Mr, W. V, bchnpiuiie'haa tetutntd " from Cincinnati, your sewing machine oil Qroaa Williams. at ftKitngs in uanuVpalntcd China roa. & Co's. Fair Bros. m & Co. WILL COMMENCE MONDAY Uru,e Use only the Singer machine oil, Gross Williams, Ajjt. Mr. Marvan Bean has returned from his Southern tour. '. ' To" close out their entire line of milli- nery at cost. go This means to you a so on in great saving. Hats that sold for $5.00 at about half price, and the cheaper grades. aWJe,always close out this line entirely ar.d do not mean for this yiSj&'tabe an exception, "so.; ;,. JveVV-seaso- n Com Early An'd see what we have in store for you en-tire- Jme Resides this, we have opened our of Christmas Goods , J f CARSONy&'Co. Containing Toys for the children an'd r Miss Anna Fogle, who Is attending more substantial gifts for the 'older Hamilton Female College at Lexing ton, will be at home during the holidays. She is in the Senior Class and ones. Bargains See the Auetty line: of Christmas novelties nt Fair Bros'. & Co's. Youxan't do better than to see Ifjotf'Hced u wedding suit jott. Co., for a jacket orxape. enp-'rdbetter than to flee Catsou & . Jo. Prtty line of suspenders and neck- wear For Sewing machine needles, binds, Co'sl tor Christmas atFsir Bros. & , shuttles, rubbeis, oil &c , see Gross ti Williams Mrs. Dr. Bethel, of, Henderson, Is M. Walks Buy your wile a Singer Sewing visiting her sister, Mrs.R. ' ; tr, this week. Machine for a Xmas ptescut Republicans wilt remember that Gross Willi 019 Agt. their precinct conventions will be We arc determined toscJlourclotks held 13, 1897. , regardless ol cost. Com and ci t our When you want a piano or organ prices. Cason & Co. He wll sell you see Marvin De.lrt. Miss Stella Bennett, who has been one on easy payments. visiting her sister, Mrs C. M HarThe "Nineteenth Century Club" nett, has returned to her home at B was entertained by Miss 'Anna Allen da. Saturday evening Why buy "cheap John" Sewing last Machines when you can get the Sing50 doz. fine h'andstlcbetfnan chlels sold everywhere for tf er on such easy term'? a piece at Fair Dro& Co's Gross Williams Agt. ' Jil. ".I, J" , ' .Don't forget when, you start out on (alt Don't f to get prices on our. over- Av,y- - , look. for Chrtistlnas presents that coats and -s a u nothing is nicer than a new reefer. jCARSoir& Co. Come to Carson &l Co , for them. Now is a good time' to buy a good We have a big stock off boots and Overcoat or a Mcintosh? Carson Si shoes, also overshoes, Prices to suit Cos', is the place to buy'them. the times. Come to tee jus when in A nice assortment ibrellas, and need. Carson & Co. now is the time Photographer Taylor is now at Cassom & Co. Beaver Dam, ready to do all kinds ol Now is a goodMime to buy a good Photo work, lie will be in his gal- - Overcoat or a Mcintosh. Carson & 8 tf i lery every day except Monday. Co's is the place to buy them. We have the best house In town to We sell cloaks regardlefti of cost. buy a bill of goods from, as wfe car- We have a good selection": ome and ry everything a housekeeper neds. get first choice. Caks'bN & Co. ' Jubtr" Car-son- S !! !! ' -- fine-pult- -J Miss M..mie Ross, who has been attending school, In Cincinnati, will ar-- . rive at home next week,ftto spend the holidays In All lines During the entire month. w ' ."- - ' i jiartford Semple of fashion. 4m Bros. DPaco-pnotor- 5s Co., UTi , I'O at IB: - ;KENY0N COLLEGE- c Q- - HODGENVILLE, KY. Offers exceptional advantages to young ladles and gentle-- " New rnen'deslrlng a comnlet'e education at small cost. Buildings, Sttong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Libia-ry- , Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual Community, Supports a Lecture Course."11 SPUCIAL FACILITIES FOR PREPARATION OF Teachers Review and formal Training classes in session at all times, Decides six olliqr exhaustive and complete Send lor a We courj inycstlvatlon. course of study. catalogue; and judge for .youf sell where the BEST educaAddress tion can be obtained lor the LEAST MONEY; all comiuunltions io 3 ff 2 m i3 -- t X P P 3 i . .Leno r" , rn-- Wns)nnnvllla' i KnntuRkv. college. -- '!- Beavfeir Dam Seminary ' t:t , $ .Trje NextTjerm of the .; pMMERCllAL INSTITUTE Tuesday, January 19, 1897. , FACULIV.8TK0NG FACULTY of five teacher apfl 4V?o TIES SUPERIOR to any school in Uiup iffctignt iENVIRONMENT in ferr waj unoJ)jeotlodaVle. CLA.S3E8 unusually strong aud Interesting. 5J08T PROSPEROUS year io our hiitory. PRIVATE BOARD, Room, JVeJl etc., per week, 12.00 827.60 CLUR BOARD at jour own price. EQUAL hftulVknoe pays board, room and tuition forteim nt ten weeks. An elegant ADVANTAGES can nowhere bo found at EQUAL COST. Mtalnum free" to all interested parties IflTl-.,!--.- . vvhm.i-.k- xn .t ji. vico rrcfiueni. Jfi. li.l i. r It KAi, ..... l'resieeni; J. ia u, - R.aSUTPHIN, and Optician tov g;ire" fiatisfiiction. of Heaver Dam and the najfiel'nefcof shall be Wei.t Beaver BlvltlUl., hi tbetotvn We are going to s our Clothing has a high grade and will graduate regardless of cost. Co le in and get from that institution in June. a new sulf ot overcoat.! Mr. Oscar MidkifT, Jt Sulphur box & Co. Springs, is announced this week ai a Marriage license: NoahSchroader to enjdrdate for the office of Jaiter of Laura Crowder, N A. Baize to Susie Ohio county, subjecrto the action of Carter, Sam A. Pirsod to Fannie the Republican narty. Mr. Mfdklflf B ize, Thaddus R. Barnard to! Ida is a good man, A a good Republican Morton, J. F. Hicks to Halite Brooks, and would make n good office. J. D Flanekin to Lou Whittaker, S. A Baughn to Pbeba Midkiff. On the 5th Inst., Robert Harrell, of When out looking for- - Xinas presthe Little Bend neighborhood, gave a dinner to his friends in honor of his ents don't forget that not! Ink would be nicer than a nice rockl or Twenty-tw- o twentyfifth birthday. persons enjoyed the sumptuous din- a bed room suit. A box of nlceuand- ner nnd the pleasant evening conver- kersbief s, a pair of kid gloi es or pny thing of that kind would btMJ. sation. Carbon w C The revival at New Harmony Eaqr font B. Wilson, of the'Crom Church, In Butler county, conducted well &iagut.erial District, Is announcby the pastor, Rey M. M. Hampton, ed this week a c&ndldate lor is assisted by Rev. To B Rogers, closed to the offiWof Magistrate in his last Thursday night The christians District &qclYilsdrV is well known were greatly revived and a large num all over hisDistrict He has made ber were reclaimed. a good official and promises to conThe Grst candldateito announce for tinue to. do govrkTjljrreselectedr? Mr. j)io. W. ' Ticieoor, of iPolnt Magistrate is. Mr. H. II. Davis, of He is arcsidentof RoMne Pleasant, is announced as a candidate McIIenry. jdeik". Mr. Tich-eno- r Mr. Davis is for County C6urt Magisterial District. is from the Cenjertown voting the only living scn of Cnpt. Robt M. Davis, who way Captian of Co. II. precinct. He s a gcod Republican, 17th Ky. Vol. jnt. during the late a good man, nd would make a goad war. He has been engaged in school clerk should he be, elected. He will teaching for several years and Is a go into the Convention with a good wotthy young gentleman and would following' make a good official if he is elected. Mr. J. D. Flanekin Bla'nd Miss Lou our announcement column this Whittaker, oi LiVermpre, were marIn week, Mr. Sylvester White tells the ried at the Haitford House last Tuess They bid come up to people that Tw is a candidate for Jailer day evening. Hartford to be present 'at the Banquet of Ohio couruy, subject to the action of the Republican party- - Mr. White and concluded to 'get married to add They art is a residenUofOlaton voting precinct,, roman:cto the occasion. a good Republican, served in the .late both popalar young people and have warlu Col.McIIenty's regiment. He many friends 'Who join in wishing is a nice gentleman, a good man and them a long nnd happy life. would make a good Jailer should he Mr, John Shultz, of Shultztown, on be elected. Tuesday morning hadhpt a large fattening hog- and ,fvhilc making As the Republican convention has ready to "stick" lt,,Uie hog in its been called for February 13. 1S97 struggles kicked his ejbow, driving and as the Hartlqid Rkpubuidn will the large butcher-knif- e, Jnto Shultz's the hroat and the base, ,ql his tongue. not take sides in the fight nominations, we would, suggest that Drs. Taylor and Nail, .of Cromwell, eliminate any were summoned at once and dressed our correspondents mention of candidates in their comthe wound. Mr. Shultz was resting munications. We publish some com- well yesterdiy, 1 munications this week, which connamed' persona have The following tains mentions ol candidates, but paid their subscription' to Tub Rehereafter that part of commcnicatlona Correspondents publican sfnee our last Issne: J. will be lett out. -please take notice. These mentions W. Baker, Render; Gtci,' 'S. Duncan, Ceralvo; II. j. C.LindIey,-Poln- t Pleaswill be considered as adveitlslng mat' ant; J. II Oiler, Fordsvllle; J. W ter. Canoll Spring Lick;' Morris Taylor, Hoilrn; D. BMiiferV'ift'rnatd Felix, Hertford; P.T, Wilson,lcEarllngton; - fr All wQ'rguTjftpnteed "it. Ohio Cotfhty Conrt, 'regular 'terni, ' l December it, 1896. Mv4l BmttiUhgl'tyiei Scott S Emulsion Horse Brknch 'J; H. W. Browman, Whltesvllle'; W,B. BArnett, n Camba, Ohlo.i ' Awarded Berry, who threw his while lnflu e ice In our behitf. We have the woik Highest Honors World' Pair. completed nnd thrown open to the public Most ardently d I applaud ; every one who h is contributed a sins gle mite to this sj much nceJed en-tprise, nnd especially do I tender my warmest greetings to our ConCitigressmen who have aided us, nnd to those who put on the crowning glory of construction nnd opening the locks ready for commerce. Three for In Wm. Capt. Hall, his officers and cheers The men! M. Hall result of this enterprise will almost Assistcertainly bring ui a railway, nnd all need not be surprised if we would MOST PERFECT MADE. soon be able to get on n Pullman A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free The Citizens of Hartford and Ohio sleeper alter tea in the evening and from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant ctinty have long looked for the time wake up at Memphis, St. Louis or 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. when Rough River would be opened Loulsvll'e in the morning. to navigation and at last their londest No Banquet unhonerd by the presOPhopes have been realized and boats ence of lovely woman, was ever a perate now landing at ourwharf Tues. fect success. The glamour of her d y was the day for the first boat to smiles and approval lar surpasses the m.ike her appeatance and about 4 splendor of any illumination that ever in the afternoon our citizens fell over the guest and diver dishes were awakened from their peaceful of the Banquet table. Where is the Eight-volu-me surroundings by the keen whistle of Kenttickian whose bosom does not A New the "City of Hartford" and the "Lena fill with chivorlc pride, In the presArcher." There were about 200 peo ence of the loveliest of woman-kind- ; the full blooded, homc.made,genulne, t die at the wharf to welcome Over alt and At About Your Own Price. steamboat and as ahe rounded the Kentucky woman? cuive in the river shouts went up above all, my adoration goes out to firm the vast assemblage that could her In preference to all created thingF. Erery ona who hai had occulon to b heard for miles. The old, the My thanks to the ladles who have so young, the middle age and the InGrm generously assisted us in the prepara- eoniult the cumbersome old encyclopedias for some needed Information, wf-on hand to welcome the steamer. tion of this Banquet. Most cordially Hectuallyjooticealcd In torae. long article, ifor several days pur jeltizeps have do we, the committee, tender to thtm will be gUd to know of the appearand) t our grateful thanks. making extensive preparations of a new general reference work built along different Uaet, so that any child to give a Banquet to Capt Hall and John E, Pbndi.btos. bN Assistants on the completion of "Hartford" by Mr. Ben D. Ringo who can read may successfully consult the; locks on the river, and the time was a pleasing talk and showed clear, It Such a work Is The New Standard b id been fixed for Tuesday evening. ly the esteem in which he held ft r American Encyclopedia, in eight large ,1' ttford never does anything by the people of Hartford, and with a quarto volumes, and which embraces halves, hence the Banquet was a com few well chosen word bv the Toast-mas- ter the aubatanea ot all the other enojclo-patduplete success In every particular. the Banquet was at an end bealde a very large amount of matter none ot them Committees had been appointed to at- and all depaited for thiir respective new ontaln. It Introduces a vast number tend to the different works of getting homes feeling that the evening had up the magnlficant affair, and right been one of much enjoyment. Capt. of new wordi, namea, facta, ideaa, and developments. here we want to say that the different Hall and his Assistants are a gentle, It treaU, methods over 00,000 topics, la all, committees left nothing undone that j manly set of men and left a very fav- which la from 0,000' to 10,000 more than would add anything to the enjoyment orable impression on our people who any other work. The publishers ot tlio ot the evening The principal com will always hold tbcm high in their "Standard American" hart alio lavishly mbelllahed the new work. There are n.'ttce was composed of the ladles memory. over 8,800 Uluatr&tlon, which cover m who had the management of the alTair Ta Thfl, Voters ol Oblo Conntjr every conceivable subject, lending new h -- barge. Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Jno. J. I am a candidate intereat to the descriptions, and JcHenry and Mrs. T. L. Griffin were Clerk of the Ohio for the office of aaueceaatoaof plaaslng surprises. forming It also sub- ur firing In their work, and to their jecttotbe action Circuit Court, of the Republican contains over 300 colored maps, charts, eAcellent management much parlse party. I have always been identified and diagrams, and constitutes a complete atlas of the world auch as no other it due. They had the culinary de--p with the Republican party and have encyclopaedia has undertaken to present. .rtment under control and well did given my time and what talent I may This feature will be found ot the highest tlicy manage It They were ably ass have for the upbuilding of those prin- value In the education ot the young, for si ted by the other lat'Iesof Hartford. ciples both in National and lo:al pol-- . the pictures and colored maps will havo Promptly at 6 o'clock the citizens Itlcs. I don't come before the people a distinct fascination for them, and thus and guests assembled at the Court as a stranger, as most of ypu know prove an important incentive to reading Hall and was welcomed by a short talk and study. me and know my qualifications for by CoL J S. R. Wedding; after which The profeaslonal or bnalness man, the position to which I aspire, whose time is money; t teacher, who all repaired to the Banquet Halt to do I kindly ask my friends to beat is called upon to at once answer all sorts honor to our guests and to partake of their respective voting places on Feb- of questions; the toiling student and the delicacies ot the season. ruary 13, 1897, and assist' me to se- Inquiring scholar, at hoa or the desk, Mr. H. P. Taylor had been chosen cure the nomination, and It nominatwill find in the new work the most useasTostmastcr for the evening, and ed I will use all honorable means to ful and practical library In the world for qulek and ready reference on all subpresided with dignity and did credit be elected. jects. One who owns It will possess to the occasion. Thanking one and all for their the equivalent of a score of other refMENU support, I remain, erence books which would coat many "Our Guests" . . Hon. C. M.J)arnett times the price ef this. Yours Truly, Another feature In which the now Oyster. Soup. Sam A. Andurson. work stands absolutely alone, Is in Its Celery OlivesMangoes. very full appendixes, which embrace Response . yt, . Hon. D. H. Smith over 100 subdivisions, lncludlag a BioRoast Turkey. Cranberry 6auce. graphical Dictionary, a Dictionary ot Scalloped Oysters. Mashed Potatoes. Technical Terms, a Gazeteer ot tho , Biscuit Mataronl, United States, Presidential Elections In , For Infants aad. Cnildrea. "C oncrete Locks' Capt. Wm M.Hall the Unlted'Stslea, Religious Summaries, ' State and Territorial Election Statistics, Quail on Toast. ' Statistics of th population of the world, Asparagus Tips. Chicken Salad. and a veritable mine ot Information on Roman Punch-"Routhousands of subjects of universal InterRiver" ' Now lor a Smashing Holiday est and Importance. Hon A B. Montgomery But It Is In Its treatment of recent Trado. Mince Pie. subjects that the Standard Amorlcan Pnmpkln,Ple. wish to say In the beginning will be found of paramount value. All Wc Fruit; that we have made great preparations Other encyclopedias are from five to ten "How to Secure Appropriations" lor this coming Xmas land furtheryears old, and are silent regarding hunHon. I. W. Lewis more thit we are determined to have dreds of toploa that every reference work Cheese. Wafers. Nnts. Raisins. our share ol the trade if quality and should contain. Such, for Inatance, as Coffee. Cigars. Argon," "Horseless prices will bring it. Listenl Stock "The "Hartford" B. D. Ringo candy per tb; common mixed can- Carriages," "The Atlanta Exposition," 5c "Color Photography," etc., etc. It also Hon. C. M. Barnett was the first dy per lb; broken taff candy gives biographies ot hundreds of people shaker, and the subject assigned him 7Jc per tb; California raisins 7tfc who have lately become famous, such a. "OurFuests" was handled in an able per tb; French mixed candies toe per Prof. Roentgen, discoverer of the manner, and pleased everybody, lb; mixed nuts of all kinds 15c per lb; Ian UaoLaren, Dr. Nanaen, tho Response by Mr. Everett Uackett. large oranges 4c each; large cocoanuts explorer, Rudyard Kipling, etc., etc., was a happy little speech. He re 5c each; large New York apples 75c On account of its lateness in all these matters, as wall as Its accuracy, it has tailed the days when he attended per bushel; fire crackers per become tho standard In Schools, ColHartford College and was glad once package. Full line of dolls, toy?, leges, Courts, Publlo Libraries, and more to be among the good people of vases, mugs, lamps, water sets &c. wherever Important questions come up Hartford. Hon. D. H. Smith was We are closing out our winter line for discussion. not able to be present and Mr. Taylor of goods Come and see us. It would therefore seem that no professional man, artisan, mechanic, teacher,, irad letters from lions. D. H. Smith, & pupil, or farmer, can well afford to bo Jno. W. Lewis, A. B. Montgomery, without this most useful, practical and , PLEA8ANT RlDOP, KY. G F. Stickney aud other government latest of all enoyclopsediaa, especially as T officials and cdugressman who exOthers have found health, vigor Its price has been so arranged as to pressed their regrets at no being able and vitality in Hood's Satsaparllls, make the work a grsat bargain, and U be present. and it surely has power to help ycti render Its possession peaalble to almost any one who earnestly desire to own It, "Concrete Locks" by Capt. Hall also. Why not try It? Detailed particulars regarding the wns a description ot bow lock walls m a,, work and how to secure it at practically Notice ot Main, are built and was very instructive as your own price, may be feund In an A fine fa'rm, stock, farming Implewell as entertaining. He told the advertisement on another page of this people that Rongh River Locks were ments, household and kitchen furniture, at auction, two miles east ot issue. tubstantlal and would stand for years Hartfoid, Ohio county, Kentucky, at to come. ''GREATEST ON EARTH." Dr. J. E. Pendleton was unable to the late residence of Mrs. Emma Cun-dif- f, Dr. Mile4 Vctoraatre Nervine. deceased, sale December 24th, present owing to sickness and sent 1896. A rare chance to secure a good In Mr. R. T Caldwell, Is the following letter to be read: farm of 130 acres. A good coal bank tho First National Dank ot Fulton. Ky. Haxtpord, Ky , Dec. 15, 1896. "I was completely run down. My nervos open upon same. Everything sold became so unstrung-- through Ions o( sleep TO TUB BAHQUBT and worry that I felt aura I would b comwithout reserve. pelled to Klvo np my position. 1 would llo ' Ladles and Gentlemen It Is with 1 u awako allnlght long, and It took but llttlo T. J. Smith, Adtn'r. a thousand sincere regrets that I Hartford, Ky. THE BANQUET. An Enjoyable Evening Spent by Hart- ford zens. w CREAM Honor of Capt. and ants. BAKING POWDffi HERE'S YOUR PORTUNITY. o1ck the-firs- bn te - CASTORIA gh ," 7c ," ac v- -. Jones Morehead, tr book-keep- er flr iertit v It appearing tothe'tUfactlon'oi that of the present Ben tf the cttuil "tVaJ here we're, rnpfthar DaM voting precinct 1) ng north and threeuSdread, fitjy vote cast In eawif ald division line shall constiBeaver Dam voting .precinct at the tute ariother voting precinct, and the last general elcctfonfNov. 3, 1896, 1C yoVjjig blace therein shall be in the Uderedthat 'flald vdtiiig; 'precinct tpyyn of Beaver Dam nnd the name btNfa aivjaed'.Wtq tfffl thereof shall be Beaver Dam." vSjl'og precincts by a l(ne Running as Aopy. Attest: fc0R8i.DeglnnlBg where DM IlOCKBR. CO.CC. of said preelact'crosses ' By OscakBisiIop, D. C. UieGosherfttnd Beaver Dam road, Mr. J. G Wllson.of Roslne precinct,-IBjjar George Dames, thence with said Ajsheti and Beaver Dam road to announced this week as a candidate Intersects the Hartford and for the office of Assessor of Ohio Rochester rotd in Beaver Data, thence county, sulijcct to the action of the Hp is a with tf4 Hartford and Rockecter Republican prty. toad throagh Beaver Dam to where Republican, is a son of Sam M. Wll-sdwho was In the t7th Ky. Infant' the boandary line of aald voting He cornea from a long line of CtAmm Mid road near Rills ry, Ckapatav' Mr. Wilson Is well and all of the, present Republicans. Beaver Dam voting precinct lying qualified to flit the office and II be (s ettth aad wast of said division line elected he will do h la whole duty in .UootHut.oae voting precinct discharging the. woik that will come sad M voting place therein shall be be lore him. DM" 'Edyr ol the most essential dementi that go to nourish the body. 'Where the Appetite Is varying: or lacking, It InIs made up creases- It, and where digestion Is weak, It aids it to perform btm'itf "Rt s life-lon- n, pre-eit- tet its function In a more vigorous way. It enriches the blood, makes healthy flesh and ctfrcs chronic coughs and colds-- by making It possible for the body torcsltt'diseasc. Our friends tell us Works Wonders" but we never like to over-stathe merttrof our remedy even when It has been tested and tried for ever twenty-flveyear- s. If you wIU ask for It, we will send you a book telling you more about the subject than we can put in a few words. rr te Last Tuesday raorobig while out hunting near CromwelUMrv H T.MI1-le- r accldently shot MrVJno.TJ. Wilson. Thiee of the shot took'1 ekect In Mr. Wilson's face, while others hit almost all over bis body. The wounds were very painful, but not any way serious Mr. Miller shot at a1 covey of birds and did not know that Mr. Wilson waa in range of his gun. After patching up the wonnds the bunt wwj continued and the hunters came home la '' the evening loaded With quails. In this week's Issue will be found the announcement of the Beaver Dam Seminary. This shooLaow ranks among the bestl?ljiMternlCentncky, The faculty la strong arid the teachers are untiring In their tflottajo' advance the pupils who matriculate. They have a Urgomhioiieii buldlng and the.lnterest la,hf;aeees of the school la grolnrdallfj ,Pra.B R. Go to you cfrvfgbt for Scott' Emul-iwo turn, no cts. aad i.w. SCOTT 4 BOWXE, Nr Yoit, J Ray, the President; (aSaely edaeaftd and Is qniteh" a polished swetleman. andparentarwhoentrnsilbelrchlldrtiL to hl rate way raswrad that they will be well c tied for. ' must express through your Toast,- master my Inability' to be with you to night, and assist in dping honor to the gallant Capt. Hall, and his noble chore of workmen, for the speedy, scientific and succesiful manner in which they have completed the locks and opened our river for navigation. For many long years have the pat-- 1 iotlc, and ambitious people of Hartford, struggled to get out into the Ctrat world of traffic and travel, by tteam power rather than the cruel and inhuman force of horse and n muscle. Who does not rejoice to know that we are.not to see again, exhausted, struggling, teams, over fagged loaded with heavy freight-andown under the lash Jtt Williams' hill, or stuck In the tough clay, and treacherous sand along the lanes and through the bottoms, to our railway itatlon? At last through determined, resolution and long suffering, we succeeded In altraclng to our aid such raen as the lions. Jno. W, Lewis, A. 'B. Montgomery. W. T. Ellla and other Congressmen around us and one far ' away fnn here, the Hon. Alberts. hu-(ca- Wat Known The Rev. S. X. Hall, Presiding El-dof the Bowling Green M. E. Con- Iler. er ference, died in Louisville Monday morning of pneumonia at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Porter, 317 East Jacob street. Mr. Hall had been sick for only a week, but on account of his age the disease made fearful ravages upon him. In another column will be found a write up of the Hartford Cadets of 1849-5- 0 by Col. Edwin Forbes, one of the survivers of these boy soldiers U.T. Oaidwiix. Col. Forbes sends us a large portrait poutbly me up o that ot himself in the uniform of the Ca to shaketo my biuinoBS. I could not as I should. In attend with thU I had Uver trpviU. ginnectloa about tho stomach, and Dalna In dets. We are authorized to announce II. H. DAVIS As a candidate for Magistrate of the Roslne Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party, We are autboilzed to announce JONT B. WILSON to the As a candidate for office ol Magistrate In the Cromwell Magisterial District, subject to the action ot the Republican pttty. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Per MaUirale. different parts of my body. Iwaaabommch reduced In flesh. 1 waa persuaded to try I Brat procured a trkt bottle from a local aruxiUtandgoodresultaqutckly followed. I then procured a dollar bottle, and by the time I bad used this up I waa a. dlffereut man. I am now on my third bottle and am able to sleep soundly and eat regularly, aomethlss I could sot poulblr do before taking your JfrnrffM. lamnowUlureertl.anddonot hesitate to pronouecn I)r. Mile' KeatoraUve Murine the anaUtl nervhu on tariX." R. T. CALDWELL. Fulton. Ky. Dr. Mllea' Nervine U eold oa a guarantee that the Ant bottle wllrbueat. AUdrufgUtssellltattl.O bottles fcwft.or Dr. Miles' Restorative Kenlae. Dr. Miles Nervine $!& V -- aaWBaaaaaaaaaaaaaafe!9!4BlRRBa K -- aMiK!llBBilBtTa5l T.'j" ,j . - V - Hartford Republican. PRIDAY, DKOUMHKU. 18, tSy6. tJib.im l Illustrate lilrlirn. C. 1) Gibson nii'l IMward W Rrfc vere chatting together In the former's studio one day, when the editor ol The Ladies' Home huritil Mlil: "Why don't you droptjic American girl, Gibson, and try KJiuttlilnj; entirely new?" "What is there new?" tusked Gib-Bo- "Illiutrnte Dickens," laconically answered the editor. "Illustrate Dickens!" repeated Gib. " Just son. "Why, man nllve then the artist's mother came into the Studio. "Mother," he said, "what have I always told you I would rather do in the way of illustration thau anything else?" "Well, I don't know, Dana, unless it is to Illustrate Dickens.,, "Exactly, aud Bok walks in just now and asks me to do It." Gibson went to Europe on his wedding trip and remained in London for six months. There he worked away at his Dickens sketches. Upon his return a few weeks ago lfe delivered the first drawings of the series to The Ladies' Home Journal, and the initial one will be printed in the Christmas issue. The finished drawings arc said to be remarkable portrayals. The characters chosen are Pickwick; Pecksniff aw' his two daughters; David Copperfield. Dick Sivlveller nnd The Marchioness; Old Scrooge, from "A Christmas Carlo"; Caleb 1'lunw merand his blind daughters, and other characters from Dickens. The Iournal will present the entire series during 1897. A happy man is always a healthy one. It is impossible to be happy or cneerful nr useful when one is suffering from a discomfotting cold or a nasty little cough. It is wonderful that people will go on from day to day suffering from these distressing disorders when relief is so easily obtained. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey cures coughs and colds of all descriptions, It is swift and sure. Sold by druggists, For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. also Mr. A. Poster. Mr. Lotinie Mat tin's infant child died last Sunday week. The funeral Causes fully hall tlio sickness In tho world. It was pteached at Hamlin Chapel the retains tlio digested food too long In tlio bowels following day nnd iti remain t weie and produces biliousness, torpid llrer, Indl. interred at the Tabor burying ground. Quite n crowd nttended the .spelling at Concjrd not long .since, from this gestlon, bad taste, coaled place. tongue, sick headache, In- - flLpV Mr. John Keek, was remembered 1 1 omnia, etc. Hood's fills ' by his children nnd grandchildren on cure constipation and all Its m rcsults.casllyand thoroughly, ssc All druggists. Thanksgiving day. They nil met nt Hood A Co.. Lowell, Mass. Prepared by his home with well filled baskets anil The only misC I. with Hood's SarsaparlUa. to tako had a surprise dinner. It was giently enjoyed by all present. To Thn Voter nl fllilii ('anility Our school nt this place is moving I am n r.indldite for the office of along nicely and the iutercst in the Tlcrk of the Ohio Circuit Court, subschool is increasing. ject to the action of the RrptiliWrin Mr. Rily Felix nnd wife vlsi'cd. puty. I havcalwjjs identified friends nt Hartford Saturdar arcl with the Kcpubltc.xu pirty and rnve Sunday. given my time and "vlnt talent I tnny Miss Cora Felix visited friends nt Invefor the upbtflldin of those Beaver Dam list week. both in Nitifiml nnd loc.il polM ss Hellen Maple, Beaver Djiii, itics. I don't come before thjeople visited in Hamlin neighborhood lost ai a stranger, ns most of you know week. J. me and know tnv quiHGcatlon') for the position to which I nspiie. I'mnlpniol 'rciimmiy. I kindly ask my Mends to lw nt Chas. U. Hood, JJrober nnd Ohio, their respective voting places on FebAgont, Columbus. certifies that Dr. King's New Discov-- . ruary 13, 1897. nnd ns&lst me to secry has no equal as a Cough remedy. cure the nomination, nnd It nominatJ. D. Broim, Prop. St. James Hotel, ed I will use nil hoooraule menus to Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifies that he wan be elected. Thanking 0:1c and nil for their ascured of a Cough of two years standing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. surances ol support, I remain, Yours Truly, King's New Discovery. B F MerSam A AsmtKSox. rill, Baldwinsvillc, Mass , say thbt hu has used nnd recommended it nmt This is tltediv ol nnti tliK nnd never knew it to fall nnd would rather have it than any doctor, because it nntl that, but what peonle need most always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 nowadays is, the nntiliilioui mediE. 25th. St., Chicago, always keeps it cine, Simmons Liver Regulator, the nt hand nnd has no fear of Croup be- King of Llvr r Medicines, nnd Better cause it instantly relieves. Free than Pills. "I have d no other Trial "Bottles at Williams & Bell's , nntl bilious remedy for six tears nnd know from experience that for ladles Drugstore. of a constipated habit nothing equals it." Laura V. Craig, EUenbury, Constipation OHIO COUNTY. ciiicuit coutrr. Hon. V. T. Owen, Judyo nlpani Tabulo. Owona-boro, Hood's II I Ir-c- Hon. J, Edwin Howe, Attorney O'vciiflinro, T II. HlnpJc, Jailer -- Hartford. 0. li Likcjm, Clerk Hartford 11. DKingo, Muster Cotiuiilulnncr Maillnrd. O 11 'Likens, Trustee Jury Fund iumjiffims ', '.' :. SEE '' 7i Itlpana rtlpims Illpang Itlp.ins Illpans liinans Illpans lllpano in;: lil'tli'lTl l'jl 'll.'ih'JT'jnjjsiail'lr'i:.iii f rrj i'Mi,rrii,..;.ff,T THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Harilord. Tabttlcs cure hoatlnoh. Tftbulos cur flatuUno. Tnbulca ttiro tlyPNil4. Tnbulca assist dlgitlo. Tnbulon euro bad breatti. KIpauB Tnbulca euro blllouintw. Ulpnnii Tabulen ono glro Hlpang Tnbulos euro Indlgotlkjai. Itlpanii Tnbuloe euro torpid Mrer. Illpuns Tnbulca1 gcntlo etbartl. Illpans Tabulc cure con.tlptlo. Tnbule! at drumdrts. Tnbttlcs euro ilUilneii. Tftbulos euro nituteo. 1 rlf. Deputif a Samuel Kcown Hartford Jno Roborta, Fordsvllle; Thoa. It. Bishop, Ccntcrtown; 8. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Cnl P. Koown, fiherifr-IIartf- ord. (i,. fi?i,7, 11.1 1 "i.'ii..! 7Ti. tfictaUoPrtparafJoarorAB-slmllatin- g SIGNATURE OR- - Illpans Tabulcs plcanant laxntlt. IllpanB Tabt;lf cum liver troablw. UlpnnB Tabulcs- - for Bour tomah. Court convenes first Monday Id March and August and continues threo week, nnd third Monday in May and November two weeks. .COUNTY COUHT. .Tiiliii P Mortou, Judgo Hartlord. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. irtcroodomincfiula-Un- g of ihcS tamflxia nndBoVi-cl- s V 1 PrtrmotosDigcsUotiiCirctrul-ncssandncst.Contal- ns priu-ctnl- B. P. Ncal, Attornoy-Hnrtfor- d. Court convenes first Munday each month. Not Nauc otio. " J&puradO-SINUlWVW- Opium.MorpWno norHncral. nclHw &tf&U IS ON THE In i January, April, July and October. COUHT OP CLAIMS QUAItrEULY COURT. Ueu'ins on tlio I hint Monday WRAPPER OF EYEBY in AaJinrm . .. ' lrrn nnningvm, 1 &od IHMtl. orawinj w pacta,c ., "---"rJlloe, We aivtie, tl patMUblt no. . chart. OwtDMdollUtwlb-cttr- rattan," VasiPHWT, " Hi- - i Obula irM of iTratln tht V. S. aad (mips coaatriM )aaii AAArtaa. JrtniM P"?.'''?.ff.!!7.fAL,KaSV1KI .... . - )CaTfAts,aaa atbaslatMCiMdoetMlor . MCDtaaTC rata. v t's C.A.SNOW&CO. lr. Mviti-facturer- 's Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. OTIIEIt COUNTY OFFICERS. nftid tZfnnm Apafccl Remedy Worms ,Corivulsiorts,Fevcrish-os3- s BOTTXJE OF G. S. Fitrhugh, Surveyoi- - Sulphur Springs. N. 0. Diuie), Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hartford. tmdLo33 of Sleep. GASTORIA Oastaria la tnl Is OBMlra Vittlst oslr. It not sold la .ilk. Zlea't alio anyres i mU U tresaln Ual is ax von auUlu 1h Is "U.t aa roMi'and "will answer rrtrr tu- I pots." Beo Oat jrtra GRDVE TacSimilo Signature of h. V. Springs. Hunt,' , JUflTICEs' Coroner Sulphur Poorhouae Bowling Hn2 NEW YORK. C. R. Cnuijiboll, ICeepcr, Ifaitford. lit ts li a C0UIIT8 W gt Republican aud the St. Louis The Fla. A new l,,M:r Barrett's Ferry, March 21, Juno '20, September 10. Decombcrl.9 Buronn. Ben F. Graves March 26, Juno 25, September 24, Deceml ber 24. IIaiitfobd A H, Aull March 5, Juno 4, September 3, December 3. Woodward-Ma- rch Rosine. C. L. 13, Juno 12, September 11, ' Fouusville. J. A. cxactt copy a? vrappcr. rluu (J iycttZJyf-ei&JWtj- t - - -- r nx . simzsr" !,,.,. SEOBT-HAl- ), TXLEOIUPnT, PEIOJAIISEIP, ETC. TASTELESS3 . Semi-weekl- y Globe-- i fnirlia theory in the treatment OMrt l.mnMiInt i.ntlrttio of Democrat one year for $1.75. h.is been advanced 03' the manufacturers of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It is truely n wonderful remedy. All dealers sell it on a positive guarantee, For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro, December 11. CnoMwEn,' Jont B. Wilson-M- arch 7, Juno 7, September 5, De cember 5. nifu- naiu CI izJy&M7' nnvAMi" orriArarAfti nrra vni go. dkihii rxoi ix 1 0 WltZtt, d-30- j OASTOXIIA. ? Wbo desires to better his or her condition In life, shonld writ for tho Gatalogno or tho v 'tVI' c. . 1 No. 400 THinD BTnEET, LODIOVILLE. KT. slpitut tin tTwy TDNIH DlLATia, I IX.. ((ST.lt, 1SB. rarUMillelDCVsnM.IiU.Ma. IB bettlaa M UtnUrauat st HIM TAflTBI.Kyg C1IIU. TOK10 nvl OMOTHTi IxmatiSShrM arvMalraadrlbUTtar. , la lb dnii tra.iMH. kva MiwoM r IS sura uttr told an artiela taat TDUTttmlr.nolnnil uU fu.Ltn U tun, TDOw. '" will n For sale by AVllli-tus !- Im'Lm For Sole A scholarship in the Lexington Business College. A scholarship in Bryant and Stratton Business College. I1AMI.IN HAl'i:i. A r.cholraship in King's Commercial Rev. O. M. Wilson filled his reguCollege. lar appointment at this place last College. A scholarship in Kenyon. 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