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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896122501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . re AifiB 1M0 Aargaret Ho.ll, TEACHER The Hmteobj) Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF ISC FART? IK TIE FQ.RIB bilious uifirtr, ikJRAiAii5iM mtr and. vlcllmt ( situ, i ASK th reeevtreJ djryitptlct, 1 ib3 rotreurlil dUeaied p.tl.nt, now tn.y r cor.r. J ncniin. che fnl anlfit. and ir (1 MOSS XIVIR LATOR. you entltettheyiflll DT ' II K INTUCK Y, PALL term begun August 31, 1806, at liw home for tho reception ol pu Special1 putt. Thorough training. alrnrioii given to young pupils. jfTjrms as usual. Your patronage 5 6m (1 ARTTOIIp, M. sou- - 81 1. .OM.IQM DISTRICT, VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1896. TWO CHRISTMAS EVES. Highest of all in Leavening Power. An ArmonlariMaldon's Eeoapo nnd Its Happy Sequel. Christinas amid the mountains of Armenia. The scene of our slnry Is n little oriental village, In 180, nestled amid the rugged clIITs at the head of a smiting valley. The nltc of the hamlet was a ravine running up the mountain tide Into a rocky pans, as though the great valley oponlng beyond hnd been whittled to a narrow point thel It might penetrate the hllla. Great precipices yawned on either side, nnd lowering cliffs which seemed to haw grown gray with age, even as the snow nn the higher peaks of the mountains Mcmed the hoary locks of those nncients, whloh there had for centuries watched over the old world. Near by Mount Am rot? where rested the rrh after tho flood. It was here Noah tilled his vineyards and the buronn race be- - NO. 22. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Th. Chc.p.it, Purett and Rett Family Mtdlcln.ln th. Worldl Por DYfirnrSIA, CONSTIPATION, ami. dlc,mlou.atUckt,SlCKlIKADACllK.toll , Ilepreulon of Spfrltt, SOUR bTOMAtil, Heartburn, cto. Thla unrivalled remedy la warranted cot to contain a tingle panicle or Mercury, or any mineral iubttancc, but fa eotlLlnlng thoae Southern Roott and llcrln which an all.wUe Ilrorldenca hat placed m countries where Liver Dleeatee mot prerr L It will cur all Dlieaes cauned by Derangement ol tho Liver and Howell. Tha BYMPTOMS of. Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad tasto In tha mouth) rain In tho Back, Bidet or Jolnta, often tnlitaken for khei i matUmi sour Stomach) Loit ot Appet Dowela alternately costive and lax Ilcadail , Loet ot Memory, with a painful eensatlon ( bavlnjr failed to do eometnlng which ough o have been done) Debilltyi Low Spirits, a tli ellow appearance of the Skin and Kyea, a , ough often mletaken for Contumptlon. Sometlmeamany of thee eymptomt attrr J tha dlte.ie, at othere very few; but the Lit it to generally th (eat of the dlieaie, and If i t Rgulatd In tlm, (treat suffering, wretched. neit and DEATH will ensue. The following- - highly eiteemed pcreoni attut to tha virtue of lllmmon Liver Regulal n Oen.W. 8 Holt, Pre. 0a. H W.K.R Co I Rev. I. K. j'eiaer, lerry, ua, tou a n. nperae, C.Maaierion,Gq .Sheriff Bibb Co, Oa i Hob. Aleiander 11. Utephrna. "we have tested Its virtues, personally, and know that for Dyspepila, biliousness and Throbbing Headache It Is the ben medicine the worfdeversaw. We tried forty oth.r remedial k Deioraaimmons laver Regulator, ueinoosRegu-o more than temporary rellefl bat the lator not only relieved, but cured us." LU PUniiLY VKGETAUMi, tt J?or fear-ly-- 3:.x-,HOWIES DELKE ' j&. CEisTTTrxs p HtuKLE D Baking RoYal Powder AB&OWTEI.Y PURE V3e$3 OHCE!l-.a- TDEIBLBiSLD. 9 A ! I f (II t ! lOO OEex" oexrt., U33. 0 CO pt Hfvxica.sOiia.or3t WRITE FOR CATALOGUE- .- ilch mil a short time before smiled iiiipptness nnd home. But beautiful Zlllah was not dead. Rlio had fallen nn ho soft bodies of the slain, had mm.li her surprise found herrelf but little l nit, and had crawled off Into the nnr-iiwooded paths which threaded the mountain fnsteneMes nenr, all familiar lo her. She sought refuge In a mountain shepherd's cave, who at morn visited the tillage In search for survivors, but found none. The fierce Kurds had made sure work of their bloody task. A few weeks Inter Zlllah, through many hardnhlps. found her way to the seaside, and thence to America, coming to a great western metropolis with other Armenian refugees, where thi found shelter with the Armenian colony, which did what it could for thcao nufortunntcs. human remnants sated from tho fumnces of nffllctlan which consumed so mnny noble lives In darkened Armenia. Mourning for thoxeshn lotcd, almost despairing, she struggled bravely with her lot, nnd the sweet-face- d girl found friends nnd fator among the free people who pitied her woes and appreciated her faithful work. Patiently she tolled, but her pillow rcrugees. out the stories hnd a tragic Interest ever new, while thqy recounted renewed horrors nnd the constantly recurring tragedies which added lo the list of the lost, and the grand army ol sorrowing survivors. As the coming of tne visitors was announced the music ceaaed and all arose to receive them, TSLSOSAril AND MEStCNoEH, Macon, Oa. OSLY BY MANUrACTURED the hum of the great city without faintJ. II. ZCILIN A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. ly heart In the hush of expeotancy within, and the Christmas chimes from an PROFESSIONAL American church near by ringing cheerCARD. ily, though soft and subdued, through Jna, H.Glenn, J.N.R. Vteilillnii the frosty air. The door opened nnd there marched GLENN oTWEDDING, In the little band who came from the Talley of Ihe shadow of death, and first among them Abannzar and Akthar, U10 HARTFORD, KY. father and lover so Ion;r listed among (Office, over Anderson's Baaaar.) tho dead. You should have seen Will practico their profession in beautiful face, transfigured, the courts of Ohio and adjoining cour-tielove-ligIn her large brown eyes, and and court of Appeals. Special heard tho musically glad little cry with Also which she sprang Into their arms, snug- attention given collections. gling close at last with her plump arms Notary Public for Ohio county. about Aktfaar's neck and hls.stnlwsrt arm enclrcllrg her shapely waltt. What la ordinary Christmas happiness to AW such joy as hers, measureless as Infinity deep as the sea? Docs not love fill even llio vast suacea pf Heateji?, And the; IIABTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohir I I LAWYERS Tames .SnaltH, 's r-tho s, pi'EY Hbavrin. JT Sold by authorized dealers or direct from GHR LEAPED FROM TUB PRECIPICE. and adjoining counties, and conrt Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of pur square. M. L. HEAVRIN & TAYLQJ.. KY. 11 1MUEUEI QUA CD., MANUFACTURES, HonderaonSy SI05T-HAJU), TELIOBAPBT, XTNKANSHir, ETC. Illirfois Central 0 Wb iettrt to bettor his or her condition in life, should writo for the Catalogue of tho 03XTXXiTXlSfi DDV4UT Jb W " SUPr I II IM Ho. Ofl TIUBD BTHXET. LODI8VILLK. KY. eTDATTnil ril -- COT Custonwnado Garmonts Pits Guaranteed. In connection with the Southern Co , will, on nrrt after the night ol November 7, 1896. run Irom Cin cinnati and Louisville n Pullman BUFFKT vLREPKR BVl-RTUESDAY AND SATURD Y niirlit toconnect direct at New Orleans with the Southern Pacific's fast solid vtstliiule train, the "Sunset Limited,', lor Los Angeles and San Fran Cisco On these cars for CALIFORNIA VIA NEWORLEANS Through reservations Cincinnati and Louisville to the Pacific Coast can be made. In addition to the Bullet Sleeping Car service, connection will be made at Memphis by train leaving Ctncinnattl at 2:30 p m. and Louis ville 6:55 p. m. every Wednesday, Pa-clf- f. ft. with PULLMAN TOPRIST SLEEPING CAR Christians, the Kurds arc comlngl" But there was no time. Close upon his tracks came hundreds of swathy horsemen, turbancd and fierce, with maledlctinns Mohummedan loud d shouted In 'hat, and eyes which gleamed like live coals from beetling brows. In a moment pandemonium seemed to have broken loose, the guns spoke sharply, sclrae-tar- a Dental Co., ... Louisville flashed In alitor and turned crimson, und soon tho Annua from burning buildings iast their lurid glare over nn f earthly hell wherein fiends held high carnival In shedding Innocent blood. Absnaxurand his family, with others, gained the church whleh stood on the edge of a precipice, nnd there made a brine stand, bnt It was useless. Breaches were made In the walls, tho place carried by storm,1 and hundreds thatmeanscoiisumptionHiidconsump slain before the altar dedicated to pcaco tion and consumption means death. ond decorated with Christmas symbols Dr. Bell s Pine-Ta- r Honey cures In rvudliiMiH for the morrow. The floor coughs, colds, and throat and client literal! ran In blood, nnd Zlllah In troubles ot all descriptions. It neuer speechless ungulsh beheld the men of fails tier family and her lover cut down, nnd Druggists sell It For sale by Z women subjected to tortures which Wayne Griffin & llro chilled her to the soul. With oilier women and glrli she fought heroically, but fln'illy found herself breathlcsd and $Sto$7 Gel J Crowns One thing will be very noticeable, disarmed' In the embrace of Iluitcm, - Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 that is, the mitt who advertises his the huge leader of the Kurds, who had Beit set ol teeth (no better made goods, will be "rushed," while those often In das of peuee paid ner attenno matter how much you pay) . $i who do not will have"tlme to upare " tion 'is often repelled, $' J Gold fillings Hiiddenly she drew the steel bodkin 75 Silrer filling: If the people are not reminded thtt from her hair, plungrd it with unerrlrg Extracting, jei tooth 25a you are in business nnd hive baraim "ind the strength born of desperaPaliiNtB extracting with Vitatlacd gains, they'll never know it. This tion Into the giant's henrt, nnd as he S , Air suggestion is for jour benefit II you sank to the floor she bounded to tho Extracting Iree when Artificial want to take advantage of it we can Hide of th iliiirch, seized n lighted Teeth are ordered. Office permanentper, opened it trap door In the floor, ly located accommodate you. hurled the light Into a supply of powder stored there, and springing through a There is mote Cnlairh in this sec slik' door liiiied from the precipice ts of the country than all other dis. scores of other women had done within tion Fair Virw Herd eases put together, and until the last the horrible half hour pretedlng, There lew years was supposed to be incuia-- ' hiii n Hindi. thunderous roar, and ths nbtc, Foro gitnt many jears d iliureh seemed lo I heated high tors pronounced it n local disease and solid while In the lurid light of n lu nlr, ptewTlned local rcmedies.and by con(tend lindlea of men and women stantly jlailure to cure with local treatcould bo seen Among the flying frags ment, pronouncid tt incurable. Sci18 JUST AS GOOD FOR ADULTS. menta, and with them scores of live I'igi in pair pot akin. Come and WARRANTED. PRICE 60 ots. ence has proven catarrh to be a con Kurds struggling as they arose, , my Stock, or write your wsrnt stitational diseafe, and therefore reOALATtA, ILLS., Hot. IS, UM. ' Pru'f reasonable. PaHsWedlolneCo.. Bl Loull.Ho. quires constitutional treatment. scoruhed and Winkeoed, toward tho wi unu.mnii mum CHILI, TOM 10 wmn.- have Hall's Catanh Cure, manufactured sky. The fnigmeffts, human and otherand QKOTB8 TASTHLUSa J. O.WELLR, UOin bout hi threa (toes already this y.ar. la all or e by F J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, wise, cams down again and dorknesti U bo.lneae. Mrienra ot It iwn, In gave drua universal Save tuck sold an article that Beaver Dam, Ky. im Is the only constitutional cure 011 the succeeded. The surviving Kurds butchk.T.r truly, Yours villagers, laollou u lout Toole. It is taken internally In ered all who survived, ot tbooft as capAatr,Ctta AC. maiket except the women they bore dote;, fiom 10 drops to a tcasponnful For sale by Williams & Bell. AL WANTED-SEVERtives, hut at the foot of Ute cliff Ihoy It iicts directly on the blond nnd muor women to travel (or found but the mangled remains of A new theory In the treatment ol cous surfaces ol the system They responsible established house in scores of brave women who had preStlary $780, payable $15 coughs, luncr and bronchial nflecttnnn nflei one hundred dollars lor any cate ferred death to slow torture and devilSend lor citculurs weekly and expenses, Portion per- has been advanced by the manufac it Mis to cure. ish Indignities. manent. Kelerence. Rnclosed self- - tmers ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey and testimonials, Address, An hour laUr all waa strangely still, F. J, CllKNF.V & Co , Toledo O sridr)Mel stamped envelope Jhe It is truely a wonderful remedy. All burning rnlns smoldering with the dull Sold hy all druggists y,: dealers sell It on a positive gu iran Ice 19 1 glow of expiring embers marked the Kr onal. Stir Buildlnj, Chicago. Hall's family pills are thebest, For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin & liro graves of hundreds, and the spot on deep-voice- Represented bv ifiri from Chicago to Sap Francisco via New Orleins by the same route Comfortable Free Reclining Chair Car nn this Cincinnati Louisville and Memphis. Through double berth rate but $550 from Memphis This li The Only Tiue Winter Koute to California, owing to low attitudes and the absence of snow and severe cold weather.. Also good connection to the CITY OF MEXICO via New Orleans, by the Illinois Central and lbe Southern Pacific Railroads Ticket RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTH ER ROUTE Ask for special California Folder ol I C R. R. They, as well as tickets and full information as to rates and specific train time can be had ol agents ot the Central Route Mid connecting Carson & o. lines, or by addtessing W. A Kell-onA G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. A. H Hansom, There Is nothing so good lor the Gen,l Pass'r Agent, Chicago. coughs nnd colds ot the children and babits as Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. While there's still time is the tight It cures croup, whooping cough, cold In the head nnd givts sweet, refreshtime to get rid o' a cough or cold, or ing sleep. It is pleasantly sweet to a thtoat or chest trouble. These are the taste. Any child will take it and easiest ol all disorders to neglect and ask for more. Good druggist sell it. the most serious lu their results For sale by Z Wayne Griffin St Bro. The lungs are the most important and delicate organs ol the human body; If harassed by a continuous hacking cough they will soon break down; train-betwed, leaving Chicago every Wednesday and running through without change gun anew after the floods subsided, for Armenia Is one of the oldest lands and Its people trace their lineage direct to that Biblical emigrant ship which colonized It when the world uoi young. dwellProm many a quaint, ing arose Chrutmas carols to which ecpocH sang respons!e choruses among the cliffs, and at least one church bell tried braely, singly and slone, to supply an Imitation of Christmas chimes. It was a peaceful picture, upon which the stars twinkled approvingly as they bespangled tho slopes with and coated countless sparkles from the pallid snow. The Armenians are a devout people, and make much or the Christmas festival. This little hamlet was In many respects not unlike Bethlehem, and near It were many shepherds who guarded their flocks by night, as did thoso of Judea when the angels sang of peace on earth, good will to men. At the home of Abanaxar, the bead man of the village, there were quiet festivities, decorations of holly and other ecrgreenB, songs of praise and stories which for generations had banded down cherished traditions and legends of Armenia. There were the aged grandfather and grandmother, Abnnozer und his good wife, three little girls ranging from six to twelve jears d daughold, and ZllUb, the ; ter, with her afllanced lover Akthar, the stalwart jraiitig herdsrann. She was a beautiful maiden, with regular features, lurge ejea aglow with Ion, the small but symmetrical form of so many women of her race. In her picturesque costume she was mancllously handsome, and her tones were as musical as the tinkle of silvery bells or the low notes of flute, to which sbe sometimes hang a soft accompaniment. The pleasant tcene In this home was duplicated In many others that starlit Christmas ete. Suddenly the scene changed. The church bell ranJn sharp, short strok, a spirited alarm, tonfuslon succeeded culm, and there were excited exclamations and hurrying In hot haste as a rldcrduHhedmadl) down the one central flat-roofsoft-voice- d frost-diamon16-ear-olc Siihlby Taylo KttorneysatLavv' HARTFORD, Attorney at Law Beaveb Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will nractice his nrnfriuinn in H the courts of Ohio and adjoin'ro," counties, aiso notary 1'ublio. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Kt. aa Attorney at Law, ky. r- -i tvt -- p-tvT- -r .i i i Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given t n business entrusted to his care. Csl lections a specialty. Office over Oh'o County Bank. Also Notary Public. (Oonnfy Attorney) &-- f a&ainuHU, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio aad adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to eel- lections. Offico in Courthouse. Aiiorney JC&w, 553 was wet with tho tears of sorrow ond her heart bled under the stabs of pierc Irg grief. Brave and noble girl! How ninny like her, pieces of driftwood from the wrecks wrought by Turkish cruelty mid fanaticism, hate been stranded upon our kindlier shores. Zlllah turned In prnjer toward the Oqd of her fathers, and sought at Ills feet the earth denied. Even prayer cannot hcnl a broken heart; It can but console and slightly assuage tuch grlcf as hers. Christmas eve in the little Armenian colony occupying a corner of a foreign AeM.., Attorney at Tav HARTFORD, KY. SPECIAL R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, JNO. B. WILSON, THE SUMMER GIRL WHO STAYED tJNTIL CHRISTMAS TIME, men were as dooply moved for they hnd been as certain of her attention given to col making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Offico North sido of public square. as the maid, street, shouting; "Sae yoursches. GROVE 4WM.t. QWE.VSBORO, KY. ..... Till: k'-- REUNION IN AMERICA. ... M5rAipifeiyteer TASTELESS 1 11 of Poland (Jhinaa, CHILL TONIC ., 11 tberx-plosio- Ken-tac- i tion of the great western city. Tho hall was decorated for theoccaslon with the uMiuletcrgrcens, nnd oriental to recall In this modern land lie familiar belongings of.lost homes rt'iniig the Armenian mountains. There vax a Htihdued cheerfulness among tho people present a tribute to Christ-- " ia, but thpy could not rejotco loudly with aching tolds In so msny strlckeg hearts and the Moslems still opprehsiuo Arthe Chrlstluna umong the They sarur, howeter, menian hills. Christmas enrols strangely sweet which recalled pictures of unforgotten home und hymns In which sad minor chord seemed lo vibrate with upshwl tears What wonder that rcotssrs welled ur from tortured hearts, snd that thej sparkled In pretty Zlllah's mournful ejea? (lood will to men these exllet inuld know und feel, but peace on earth was not for them, rten at Christmas, while Turklth aclmetars still flashed forth the lightnings of fanatlo hates, and Innocent blood reddened the soil ol far Armenia, There was to be a new and they arrltal of Armenians w ere to recite at this gathering of their lompntrlots the story of their adventures and their wrongs. Similar talei had been often romated bv similar bang-Inscrtfar-ol- T death as she of theirs. Precious Indeed ai- - these gifts which fate, stem and at times, seems to snatch 'torn the dctd to reward the love of tho .ivlng. Never slnco angels sang at Bethlehem had Christmas seemed gladder to any human soul, than was thii memorable Christmas eve to the beautiful Armenian maiden. After the storm tho catm. Akthar and Zlllah were wed soon after, and Abanazar became an Inmate of their happy home. Under the starry flag which, thank Ood, tolerates 10 religious persecution, they live In security, doing their duty as Christian nitlrcns, loving their adopted land with passionate oriental fertor, and contributing as they can toward the needs of those still suffering In the beloved home tountry. They are loyal to the oore, but hope the land of thetrndoptlon my do something to stay tho hate whio't crimsoned the land of their birth. Ood grant that their hope be not In tain. A simple story, the annals of liter touched tvth sorrows deeper than those most of us in these hnppler lands have known. Remembering our mercies at Christmas time, let us not forget the griefs which have burdened nnd oppressed sucb as these, but apply to them iu fullest measure all that Is meant by 'good will to men." To quote from tb'e good old book, which was theirs etei before It became ours: "These are they i ho came out of gieat tribulation, ar'd thoy waahed their robes and made them white in the blood of thn Lamb. Kor the Lamb which Is In the mldstof the throne shall be their shepherd, and shall guide them unto fountains of thn water of life; and (lod shiill wipe away every tear from their eyes." 1 Attorney at w Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho Courts of 'Ohio and adjoining counties ' Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Btartn & Co., Market Street. IDr.. Ji. cimaer SPECIALTY: Eye, Ear, Nose and Thrtwit, EVANSVILLU, IND. Office 4i6Upp. First at. Attorney at Law, HlIRTFOFtD, KY., J. B. VT.CKERB, Will practice and adjoining tention given lo his care. his prolenion ia Ohio counties. Special atto all business eatrsstrd Oflioo in Repubuoax building. Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice ia all tho Courts of Ohio nud adjoining counties. Speoitl atOSiea tention given to collectioas. with County Attorney. Who can think; of eomo elrapia thlaz to Daten.tr tdeaat they Proud your WKDDEHUURMmay brlogyou wealtn CO .Patent Atlor Writ JOHN nays. Washing ton, D. for th.lr Si au prlao otrwr aad list o( two hundred laveutloua wanted. ARMISTEAD JONB0, BDOAIt JONKR On Christmas Morning. I "Ouch I" The beautiful maiden withdrew her foot) hastily. Plunging her arm Into the silken depths she took from the toe of her stocking n box of candies that she had overlooked, Need It be added thut this happened d Wanted-- An Idea c In CMcago?-- N. Y. Truth. What He Pot Op. Cbeckly Did ) ou hang up your stocking on Christmas eve? Harduppe No, not quite as bad as that; but I hung up my overcoat and watch. Brooklyn Life. liar lima of Joy. Do you enjoy Christmas, ma'am? Landlady Very much, Indeed. All my boarders get Invited out to dine, you know. Chicago Record. New Boarder fofitaill rt M 43 dnilv L Louisville . . . 7 55 a m 6 30 pm L Brandenburg . . 9 22 7 55 8 ao L Irvington . . 9 49 8 58 L 3tephcxort . . 10 28 LClovecposV . . 1047 918 West l.oaallla,llsuderMai A ftl Lowta Halt, war (Jo rat Barrel Jmii1. PTo. bond No. 41. dally LHsweeville Ar Hwdefsott boas L Hennetsou Dmst el L Owemfcoro . . . . 11 12 12 15 1 . . 15 944 p tnio 48 OAMTOXtXeV. alfutut &J3& L L L L L rr ... 2j Hswatvllle ... Clovsrport Stenhtnpott ... LBrandonburg .1118 Owetiiboco , . . 8 IrvlO0tott 9 . . . 9 . . 10 10 . 12 No 4a. 55 it No, 2 55 3 55 4 53 5 7 5 35 6 16 daily 7 20 a m 25 5 11 dally 44. pm 51 Ar LoatavMIc 45 p m 639 S 00 ': imhii.im 11 ij.nrj-- i Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, DKiUMUhK as. H. FINSBURG. Attontlon Voters. Dec. 23, '96 To the Republicans of Ohio County You are doubtless, aware of the fact that I have announced myself ns a candidate for the office of County As sessor ot Ohio county, subject to the action tf the tepubllcnn patty In their convention February 15 1897, sonnd in o doing I would e.trne-tllicit your suppott nt the precinct con ventions February 13. 1897 Having been horn nnd reated in this county nnd have lived here all my Hie, nnd nn nrdent supporter ol the Republican principles since I have been old enough to vote. I leel myself competent to perform the duties ol the office to which I aspire. I)ut 1 realize the importance of the party making no mistakes in its nominations nnd if you think either of my opponents nre better qualified for the office do not hesitate to give them vcur support, ns the man who heads the ticket should have no clogs to his heels, but should be nble to carry the binner to success in the fiI am doing nil I can, nal election.. honorable, to srcuie the nomination nud if I succeed no one will be more grateful to you than you humble servant, but If on the other hand you decide to give your suppoit to another, I will submit to your dicision nnd do nil in my power to secure the election ol the whole ticket whotver they may I may not be able to see you all be before the convention, but hope my friends will go the district meetings and cast their votes so as to tec u re my nomination. Thanking my friends f..r their FORDXVItUt, , y . .f Rv It-il- nl loo Offioo on Fox Stroot. I'.vrr.T Frli,ynt llnrirnril, Kf ...Editor. SAM A.ANDKItSON Subscription, $1.25 por yoar Kntcred (is nt Hertford second chifs mull matter 1 1 the post-offic- e ltiLi.Y STiitittrr is o candidalo for Senator lit Ills district, onipisod o( Hancock, Drcckinririga nud Mcailo counties, Lkaiumi i'opullstsof Henderson county nro kicking nut of tho fusion Agreement nnd will nonilnato i'opu-licandidates for county ofliccs. for tho Hartford questions wo oeked them juU before tbo election or else quit spouting free silver. st It is now in order Herald to answer those, 7? 196 Dec. The Republican Counlj Committee nl thin county .has ordered thnt n primary election shall be held on Febittary atli, to nomliintc county candidates. It will be the first Republican primaiy ever held in this county. Judge Ahl is n candidate for reMr. election nnd hns no opponent. Owen Cunningham, our ounty Clerk Is also n candidate for re election and has no opponent. Messrs. R. N. Miller and Jesse R, Kskridgc want to be County Attorney. There nre three enttie.8 for Circnlt Cleik, viz: Messrs. Rlon Jolly, Sherman Hall nud Robt Weathcthold. Messrs. S W. Pate nnd Andtew Drlskelt, the present In cumbent, nre pitted ngainst each other for ' Superintendent comnnn ol schools. Hon. V It. Button is the only announced candid ite for Sheriff For Jailer Gus D Shellman nnd fas Cures " Cures talk" In fsvor LWAYNEGRIFFIN&BRO HAVE THE BIGGEST STOCK OE- - t 4 c! Hood's Barssparllls, it for no other modi- cine. Its great cures recorded in truthful, convincing Ungnago ol grateful men nnd women, constitute its moat effective advertising. Many of these euros aro marvelous. They have wc-- the confidence ot tho people; havo given Hood's Bsrsapa rills the largest sales In the world, and have made necessary (or Its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood'a Baruparllla Is known by the cures It has made cures ol scrofula, salt rheum and eczema, curat ot rheumatism, neuralgia And weak nerves, cures of dyspepsia, liver troubles, catarrh cures which prove. I QIK Holiday AN Hoods Sarsaparilla Is tho best-- In Goods Jit 1. OF t'ft;;f t . EVER BROUGHT TO HAR TEO W. TiiBltr.runi.tcAN greets its many readers this morning nnd wishes for each nnd oveiy one of them n merry Christmas nnd a prosperous Now Year. Wn hnvo received the prospectus of tho Owensboro Evening Prta. Tho paper will be strictly Democratic nnd Mr. C. T. Sutton will bo nt the OwciiBboro is much helm as editor. in need of n good daily paper. Jilt. W. It. SrECK has tnken eito rial charge of tho Third District Jtepublican and will keep the paper up to the high standard which it has Mr. Speck is an already reached. accomplished gentlemnu and is n newspaper man. notice of contest on Jno. S. Rhea, of the Third District, who was given the certificate of election on the face of William N. Day nre announced'. Hawkins nnd Richard Cnrnnti nre Mr. C. Royprospective cnndldutes alty is announced for Surveyor. He is now holding that office. For As sessor no one has yet announced, hut there are several who would like to have that office. Neither has nnyone announced for Representative. Mr J P Haswell, Jr., is spoken of in con ncction with that office. At the meeting of the committee Hon. Jno. V Lewis was endorsed for Collector of the Louisville Revenue District nnd Hon. Chas Dlanlord was endorsed for United States Msrshal. The idea of an early extra session of the Legislature was endorsed earnest solicitations, Hood's Pills WHY fact the Ono True Mood rurtner. cure Mrer lilt t easy to take, ettsjrtooiwrate.se, ENDLESS VARIETY PRESENTS EVERYBODY! '. For Both Old and Young. CHRISTMAS GOODS TO THEY LAUGHED. Her Largs It was past noon on Christmas day, and Mr. Busybce litul just consulted his watch for the liftccntli time In an lidur, Iwonderlng how he was to get through 'the day without one peep at tho of- ,flce. How Mrs. Ilusyliee Afttonl.hrd Circle or friends. PLEASE wa ,. liir' rupted by the appearance of his wife, who dashed Into the room, seated her-self violently upon n chair nnd burst Into tears. "I believe the pcopla of totvn arc the most specimens on the faco of the globe I" she sobbed. "Hut, my love, what has caused you to change your mind so suddenly? Only yesterday " "Look here, Ignatius Busy bee, I want to know If there is anything humorous o th-tli- li d of.'hu-huinnnity Ills .thoughts were suddenly Inter- I Robin Hood. remain, li Hedden. A flood lnvriiiii-iil- . On receipt of ten cents', cash or stamps, a gitierous sample will be mailed of the most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure (Ely's Cream I3alm) sufficient to demonstrate its great merit. Full size 50c. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St , New York City. I suffered from Catarrh three years; it got so bad I could not work: I used two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm and am entirely well; I would not be without it. A. C. Clarke, 341 Shaw-mAve., Boston. ut Eskridgoa Candldato. says: Jesse The Cloverport Cskridge is nlsoa candidate. He wants to be the Republican nominee for He was a candiCounty Attorney. date two years ago nud was beaten by his present competitor, R. N Miller k race then and It was a neck it seems that the same ground will be Mr. Eskridge is fought over again. one of the nicest young men in the county, n good- young lawyer, able, competent and worthy the office to which he aspires. The News takes pleasure in placing his name in it; announcement column nnd commends bim to its many Republican readers. Go in Jessie and beat Reuben if you s and-nec- . . rC Dr. W. G. Hu.NTr.ti served "J DOO.; - V the returns. Dr. Hunter charges irregularities and claims that he was legally elected to Congress. "The toper makes the bottle fly, the clyclone makes tho house fly, the carpenter makes the saw fly, the boarders makes the butter fly, tho dancer makes the heel fly, tbo jockey makes the horse fly, the Cubans make tho Spanish fly, nnd the tin makes can. the dog fly." Ex. Kentucky. Editor NaH Soils Out. Populists are beginning to realize Col. I. B. Nail, who has been edN that they have been badly treated in tor of the Farmers' Home Journal lor election they In the last were forced to give up their device and vote under the rooster in order to get their vote counted for anything. Now to can the climax the bosses of the Democratic and Populist parties have been trying to agree to support mixed tickets for county offices. Whenever thin is done the Populists give up their organization and are being forced into the Democratic party. The voters of both the Democratic and Populist parties aro opposed to fusion, and go upon tho idea that only one party can bo right. twenty-one one-third years, has sold the past his interest in that paper to Messrs. M. V. Neal and John W. Recently Vreeland, his associates. he has been troubled with his eyes and this induced bim to accept' n handsome offer for his interest in the paper, the capital stock of which is lA. Hdlidays-ff- o $20,000. Mr. Neal will become editor, and Mr. Vreeland business manager. guph-a-splendfc j t id Col. Nail is one of the best posted agricultural editors in the country ; and has served nearly all his businei b life in that capacity, having been.on the dailies of this city "prior to to his purchase of the Farmers' Home Jotir-- ?. Tun Democratic State Central nal. He is cousidering'twofine- T?3E3:E3 to go into another clafs'of Committee has issued its auathemn busiuess, whete he, will not be con,!' n,'ainst the gold bug Louisville papers, which "have, by their policy, fined. Courier-Journal- '. disgraced tho name of Democracy, ' ' '.'..:." .;. Vor Mn.Biisj'beebnd turned, lookHnfr :' nud shamefully abused the privileges in-'There!- free frotji ' full ntlher. ; of'journalisra, and continuosly prosin is' "I have ' the"sac?(ue; tituted themselves upun the alter of used and ..tnntS.nll'ripht.-.OnlIn'J'ourliaste lb For Infants and Children. -- ne'e yourself 'In Hj'you forgot to p'ut op and Mammon.'' The revenge, greed Coustipition, and also found it gives v , . J I Msys ' ' si I H""i hi .! -fun aiii oue;reHei"lroin a touch of Rhcuina-Tism- .v ;nny bonnett"- -' committee appeals to the ll lies r:j... ;.' , t. 'AnilBTnONa. irirr r ft." Hughes, LordsBurg, N Kcntuckiaus to renounce all allegi- npttut (f .TOJPW. -- " .. Tho VVaj, with, All of. C J M. :" " these wicked papers, and ance to .., "ChrIs(iria.comfs but once; t year, unite with it to establish a Democrat.XOIVJiPDW,"'. chirruped ,: i Colored je!initl nl Mrlleiiry. frs,,Lufkn. There is another entry in the race of .Mr, I.ufkln .6pked earrcsUy. Iptp the ic daily newspaper in the city fortlie benefitof those I wish ' for Assessor in the person of Mr; fi.. holfow, depths .of.hls pocl(otbpok. ' B.cq'nceriied. tjiat our "school just closed. Louisville that will stop the disgrac"I'lii.'glnd; of,tbat."l'..be,sald, .'in, a Hedden, of Fordsv'tlle. ' Jfr. Hedden with Miss Hattie, .Field?, of Green; gloomy ttone, N. Y. Jlecordcr. , . ing, abusing and prostituting busi- has always been n trite Republican' ville, os teacher, has been- up-t- o date ness, and devote itself to free silver, and of ' An couise he submits his claims and managed with the greatest cdre. ' Hereafter, If your hose yoUM see' free trade, free turnpikes and n to r to the Republican convention. He is So VS'etJ.illleil at. Christmas dawn,.! far'ns our tfache'r. .has bet;n. con Court a good man nud would ganization of the Supremo why, .take thts Blmpls hint froin me. make n good SIcp'wlth"your StdcWrig on.' cerned she stands, up on.pirrit nnd , which will make rioting a pastime in' ' official. ' W. Bulletin. her manner of 'training, nlnng with stead of a crime. ' '' A ' Now is a good'tnye to buy ngood' hertnetho-- l of tenehtng1. renders Iter ' ':'' 'tho fa'tliro Chrliiiuan Fact. lias a golden t'lnce, , Worthy of much praise. AVjjile it is " ' The" past, too; may seem pleasant? , Hon. Tiios. E. Watson, Into Pop. uvercoat or n aiclntosli, cai.son & inour-l- m l Christmas tld further claimed that upon her greit ., , There" about .the llko the present, i. ; . them. " . oU.-tu-ulist candidate for Vice Preeident, 19 Co s , is the place nothing ' i. ' j 'qualifications and' generkC'deportl '' !' ngainst nny kind ol fusion with the The Januarv number of De'n)orcst's ment, she conies and easy first unioug Portrait of a Ijtd. Democratic party, nud in his paper Magpzine mstains the te'priUtion that WEAK Wm MADE VIQOHOUS. sister teachers of the county itf . .., ,, IV?r, Mabrsiytryslevcr; nt Atlanta he pours hot shots into the 'periodical has f,ir leading. all otheis her 6he coaxed awoy mypelf, , ,, ( , the present sclio ii ysr, bit the want And bought me all' the glmcraclcs " Among other things he in the practical, helpful character of Deinocrncy. 'Sh harikertd for'hersclf. renpons me estsiiiisuen iiptsse in Ken- of fuel, liouse repairing ami attention JIliUVANno COttNTV, ' , Chicago rttcord. itsdepattnients. "Household" treats of our board of trustees the rchool lvc 'DhoOci-vai.t'- , UKRNANDO, IIOTKl, weekly niraeipensesT Fl?', d 'We suggest that the N itinnnl Ex of "The Weekly Mending," givinc 'otltlon an lnriEsisTini.ii ArriAi-- . lost some days. Ohmirvkh Tl.- - .,L Ifn.,1il. U..n. e. nianent Kernce T.'HP ecutive Committee be called to togeth- excellent suggestion."? lor. fine mendTho er nt the e.rliest poisib'e moment. What PEFFER'S HERVIGOR OId!M.ayho nrs 6jiitc-- i with 0imo. RfldftBH i rtarii irsa iVnV Your Hoy Vtoiu l.lyx li Jtoillll Xf a r m Mtr "We suggest that a resolution be ing; "San!taria'n"hasn practical talk y niHUinir, y Kicago. ll.&rtfl ' wwkb nuiiii So Mr G liuan Urown, 0134 Mill it vnuno lnn' mnln jirtt mtnlnuJ, ili iinnrv . nnn iiirmr i....r cben: tronhUfi. .swi c oxneri rail, adopted condemning the policy f fu. concerning tho teeth;'1-nn"Home ' MTcMouuifai vuof. Abiutivcjnitr;'V,rHr"fijf:b6okVtt!nl irt. lu, .r..Ail i aiitrei sioti with either of the old patties Art'' gives 'designs and, ii)t'ruc.tion St., 'S'outb.;.Gardnri Ma?s , was told racy,Nll.tlyral..Iont.l.ottI"owr;! lan'lS And 1101 lies for M.ttlet; tiaoie l WUOlHBMr old Tiiio. by the doctor? and that the Committee pledge His pnn had Lung iei. rniiinu uimorv. or txttut in the making.nf. reveral.deeorative rnUi. and an efett 5T. W ebuii ivniiinn nn land crnwipR corn, tohcco to recognize none but I'opulUts Ifiannlt anrt nnatimnHAM '.nttlscrttl.fi. Wards Oil ""-"trouble,,' follow inj; Tjptioid Malaria, wc 'jn to tell the gocnti popje o .n. i vr uDiuipin CD CArie, otanfjes ninl nil It nits ni,t, ta. rrr.ir-"lJbn'LlL'draffftlit iiupwuo n wuriu Middle of the Road Populists belt-alte-r articles. iqiiftniiHAUviriotninBterrmat. Ink stonhtT nnd he spent three' 'hundred. nnd f Pfopeity nt lejniarVably low prices. this cahiiirV wffiCOT"jrf3"goliIgr r6do ' 2l ' CaabecarrloJ inreaiKirkeU ITcfuiJ puiowrap ArirtiebB, .1 4A(1. lMM.t dpllars with who Vatki's i.hh,' imnt I). NowLookat-This- l "We suggest thnt a new Chairunu por. t per bar, or M$t vith A lottlv tar ' . cr t j ii rxrh-j- r 3 Hiool.svi)le..iJl4 VrltlD4iaarautee to Ciirn or It run a m The Conner fonrrinl'liujlis'it th's finally geve l(im lip csyng'; ' "Voui be chosen for the Natwinl .PtV,',:t,ooJ)lovtrt9!rl(ltcIfaa(R' Unf. Pamr hlot Irikrt.Rrtlil tiAmttat iri.iNiu AIJ'.UICAI. ASd'.V, CklcHio, UU tee. He sbou d not be the holder nl ilvritcs who pose as! the real Demos boy wont live a tnonth,'-- Jle tried cajidy at lbi large-rttc- kat ,se lb; T Til" Vnlrri '"l llil Sold by Z. WaynftGnfTin & Bro. any nfEce, nor n randi'hite for any crats. A recent ' I am a candidate lor the office of I'Sc l;,cood mixel that'gteat Dp .King's New Discovery nnd a lew lie should be a miuwlw is .1 .stiiiiht eierlr.f tjie Ohio. Circuit Court, nuh best neurit .cflrjny. at;'XctlP,nV5i5l Populist, nnd win cm give his at j 'urnal contained tilt lollowlng bit of bottles restoied him to health nud enVTto tu Ulsk jeet to.thf hctl p ol the Hrpn'i lan able! hit;i to go lo work a perfectly to tin interest nl the prtv, sarcasm: 'rjuts isc;n. be't N. V')rfpple.-75Bipetot lorn, lml uiiiiini Wanted-f- ln wtimtoiMioil unbiased by I1I3 o vn p Iticil interbeen lilbritifird uiiaiiei; nmwr Ins presii)frti"ir of jbe. I'ajste well man. He mys he ProtACt Your IdMlt thmr mi 'Ajt. hrlfiv fou wUta. isrc ornnge3"ic rncifj Writs JOHN WKUDEHUURN CO., Patant AU.r, ests and necessities as 111 ofiice.'hoUU rfryaV.Metnlie Clu'i 'ihete was a gen ent good health In .list-o- l Dr. King's "lartfe'coooanul!) ee; Wuhlnatoa, O. Cm lor U.lr )&! urtM att with the Uepnhlirai. pirty'. nnd. Inve u.. D7l,Hal er, or office seeker. vt two bundrta lav.nUom WujiVj. sail New Discoveiy, nnd krnw it tote given .my tint? a'tpl what talent Tnay' crackerHci rnuinfl,7J$c t' rxo rl ernl.tlviu.th inl irim' discussion as to the be't 1,1 thew-irumc 1111. nl 'hl in bit l.mi tumble. JtnedolN, toys, lancy- - lamps, mugs, stu id, the propr etv of alliwinsr the gold Tnnl Hottlm I'iu hi WiIIi.hiih havef'rtie itphniVitn!., of thoe wire thlnielMv how widely unreasonable, it wsni stincl.rril me.t) " c opemte with the Uell's Ding Mmc both.lfi i tnri l ftnd'l wal 'poN &c Ve aitf(Slosinr oitf Wur"W3ter AtrnxfiU MAVI'ir.in, Utc. ai Tim Sti.;e, Hies ,Idjnt roije,'elore the people gHoa.; faTbo.iW'aiid ie ..VIS III lit .L.tllli I ill "I say, mister, raise ycr .vender a hit, ; sijyerjtesin.the mattrr of local contheliVy'spdfs-- iifttt r P'tmlists that vp nirr evrvl 1. ns tLTArihgj. won't yer, so as r kin g a, smell o" de colored, who assaulted Mr,s, J, t 'lilt I.V . . rU.you know and lioys overcoats and Mcfntbshes', 1'ianks,. Allowing n gold thing to the silver mine o.n.rs d est-..' ',iuilOn' whan it comes pnjde )nhle," Mr. lanief Dnno n lus s Green, lihsp'nv la&t month, whs me and know jnjv iiiaHfiMti(?g'.f'or: ladies cloaks and hats, leans eudrjeans '...",-tueir suitrle suium purpose, j e D moor .t in vot. f ir n silver Demo- iy City Chat. a mnh lltb.ittiirn- - tne j M taken :fr . v I'tMkjir t I'.tiU was strnnded, ';nuit hcr'at for n tocal office is n" inagti'nni- - farm to Mr 15 n V.wl aspire, posuiori 10 wpici " ' SfiVr'y In'g shoiity after tuldrtljillr lanili Born to the wife of (ieoe,l)iiuiiit. . 1 Rndty nylc ;iuy.Ttiends putel ami I shii s, nt the insU'',c'.M mniis to l.-a-t will please you. ' ' Hut don't trouble Of tie iitHt xMet." "i (Vj'li'vt! finJrtnt lynched.' ire 'was .npt-i- silver I) niocr.ti s w'u won't b'lotight Irntit their reroeetlve'Votliig places 'on Feb. 6ys,.to come niter those December 6.h, n girl .yourselves, Morhhi ad, Jones & Co. ' (Iimk),' vote HMit the sin-rleven .Vft-,latnoi li)lifs.vi)fe ViV' iil,"', and when the m ve I curts Ht'.cojiiji'ithe.dliy Mr. James Jiuda'ey.i.'wa' 1897, and n'sslst" me V jli.ill be glad to see jou, standard vln-- ihev net the ch nice, to ,v. Centretown, K,j, itoliUi Ifc (purifies '.iV,i ). ecame Iti'-.U: lie wns here. poiulnjillon, nnd it nonijiint- do so In the State Leg Matures." hnwtver, whenever you wnnt toco- - home n shoit time' fince and' Rrd tniii'ljt life 'Mm!,-- ' (mies1 the It wa'ceitril tli 'be' ed slowinc. rrrHml, Uororanle means to operate on .matters ,oi uemocrntic 'VloriiAchy Hli'rt K'ivt's'rtWrlg'thBtiil vife- - lynched tb-- 'i ' ' Fkhi'. 64 page medical reference Jit.' Mr V. D Kulkerson i bnll'Mng i:r . ,.,a, , t)e,.;iepti, principle, instead oi locul oflice." I vilify life jWrtti person jflllcLed .with'kay Imok to any "oV.", I)'i.eieTiiri, Send your addiess toll II ntflj-- 1 the moli'V'e'gin forming' at, 12 '30' Thanking-ontheir tud all winning 'to open dwelling house in the nnithein purl The sprcinl, chronic pr rlellca'te dlseasa I'jritttfirirfji ,lli l"') J.lf l..','Ji'j!?frj' :u.( Chi '.'in", nnd iet a tree sample! their I remain, mpp-nt.o'cjocic; gnji tni moereu pernapi two but it 13 rather late, we ol town. ejes peculiar to their sex.. Address ,tbe box ot nr Kind's New Lite PUN trtUtpK,,Uood''!i Sirfpatill Some were ormrd, Jiutvdred'.rnen, Mr T. R. Ilarnard and Miss' Ma e(ines,by Yottr Trnlf, ieaiiing arid'' surgeoiti of trial will convince yjuol their merit- -. thn!i, to hid for suppott of the sound Morton were married at 1 o'clock', Sau-- . was no dliir-der'- ih Andrhsoh. the United, .States, 'Dr. Hath.ny pills, are fsy 111 nctiu si d nn money Deiioor rv Gold Democrats J'ljIs.cufB'.Jwe, jsfqk but only a few. There These Co., jo Dearborn Street, Chlcaga. the crowd, but determlnalbit ttfrcttvc in tliHcureo' are not di.pts now, nor will they be n Wednesday at. the home of the bride's lipa.lnrlii--. inilipvkllim' lilllotUtlfSS. I mttuularly lllirltrii' Arui1 f'.iiihtipatlon -Sic'r Heidiili-F0and wris. on the face of evetybody, and it " y have 'prim ip'es of father. Mr. Sm Morton, Rev. l ,.-,.- . year hnce. A diV flest Salve In the woild lor The ' Malaria nnd I.iver tr'iib!e th-- y '" was evident to all that notlilup was Cuts, Rrnipes, 'Sores Ulcers, Salt -'' -: -J Jthtni nnd that M. Morion peildtmini; the ceremony, I'hrv their own to ptit-'licivt been proved inv.i'ufile ; ''-- ' groom Ji o popular younji bul-- ' nllowcd to Hand in the way nt Khcutn, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped to be r .ttininitnl to tie prfectly fre they will stand by tboic principles Is The ,iiinbleiiHJnce In town the mob arid its work, Hindu. Chilblains, Corn., nnd all highly re- - lh ness man of Smallhouse. pretty certain linn every riileleriout jniticolaia rf- S. K. Cox. 'SVin Urtiptlo'us, and positively cures ItjjiE'rARrt, field Ami nRESiotiOLOHiv vegetable. Thev.d.'LjU"t Thebildels sptcted and esteemed. ! t purely j PlUs, or no pay required, It is - I. n hv tlieirnttl'in.hnt by giving . " oneel the Jtioat worthy nnd popuUr mi-iukto give perfect ratlsfactlon guaranteed A lmppy, prospeforiscbnmunlty,iJA , stomach and bnwils greatly tTnlttt Pilce a cents the mist'deltghtlul part'bl the State'; IwiirreTrTmn or money refunded m Hot UUHtS WHlBt AlltlblitltS. Vm fa young ladle? of til's nut of the COU'l EtsUs Intereited in snd womsn In tho WMsky nifu-and tel l.'ouiU Hrruu. Tute. Uii li '),; Wiethe system Regular sue M tv, May happiness nnd fticresaat- - httilU to bars ons o(lbs Opium on tbeta dls- - ilmlli ' il w sale by Williams 8t Fend forcopy'of '"", "T t per box. I'or Kj Inllmo. HtKlhirdruggltti. my books box. Sold by Williams & S ttirf sfutus Bell, JJiyr, TU I f J.ouis (Ui 0D, ui b im ;ou (res. tend them, Uox 5 itll Kil'ggitt. ' ls-- o -propf-ositions CASTORIA && A Populist has the lollowlng to say regarding fusion to the Hardinsburg NO WONDER THET LAUGHED. correspondent to the Breckinridge in lhe fact that you gave mc n sealskin news: "Mr. Thomas Cannon, of itncque for my Christmas present?" "Nothing humorous at nil, my dear. was in the city one day last " week nnd to a court house official he I On the contrary "Then Is thereanythingvery peculiar, said he was opposed to a fusion with the .thermometer being nenr zero, In the Democrats unlesstheticket would my wenritfg the sacque to church tohave placed over it the plow and day?" "Why, dear, the peculiar fact would Mr. Cannon is a hammer device, lliave been your not wearing It to church leading Populist in the McDaniels' y 1" precinct and tikes considerable inter"Very well, then, will you explain est in polifical.maTters. Some years the behavior of people The conago he ran for sheriff 'at the bead of ductor laughed In my face as ha took my farp, a woman whom 1 never saw People's party ticket and was defeat before wanted to talk to .me in.the-taed. In his precinct there is n large. nnut. ns 1 walked up the church aisle, Populist element, "who at one time , everybody was In abroad grin t" voted with ,the Democratic party. 4 ''IVrhaps' they were pleased to see. What effect Mr. Cannon'ihvtews may; .you In jItsealskin.". "Yes, likely thntSarah Snaggs have "upon the action f his party can" .YVmild be pleased at thatr andy yet, not be exactly defined'.- but he js evU Klie was. ono of the worst:ones! .And dently .not in accord, "with several' .here 1 I thought I'd be perfectly , had aaeajsklnt". other prominent men in his party.' '. .'II. ton. had hoped tobehappier.'then, ' The'cureof Rheumatism has oltenl my love!." i r.'.tAUllhrough service it waj tho samel; Lot. it's preventaxed medical skill, ..MyMieiui.acneu irpm the cold; anyhow. tion has been, very Xjiyiy .an occas l matter? You ae ns J ..bad. ns tho rest! What' Is wrong-witional uicof Simmons IJv'er'Regulator. " ' It. keeps Uieliytr wtHjegylVted. and ' I y 1 r 33&S. -- HE DQUARTERS FOR- 1 OLD foei SANTA GLAUS: j ? fiotlorh frizes on verytftJtS$. You cannot afford to lot Christmas and tho omebody rhen by without buying a nice pros n Don't deIfiy,wtfu.t crtn.6 opportunity is offered you. .now, before the stock is picked over. itESILdEIJMCDeDESDFl. ,' : AVhy,-.ivha- Is-'t- . y, PLACE 'r "Zi. Way lie. Griffin 8jBro..,; IIaVtfotd9 -;.: also dealers jbjQ' an( Medicines and Qraggis'tSv'.Sciyidfies. . ii fair-mind- ..is .- , '' , . ' '""'' , Prpscnptipns Accurately Freshest and Purest Drugs. '$': - All leading $1 brands Patent Medicines ,(,75c bdftle. Best brands Coal Oil 'at reduced Quinine 20c per ounce. Above priceijbr prices. "Whl.l Paper at 3c and 5c prr roll. ' CAS3E,,,, .. x -- sssism compounded ;ib:il( hours from;. A- ' . ' pm-iun- Call and see us'andgafc lowest Prices on Everything l.J J . '. ta: ' Ft O ll..i. 1 R D A. W'ipgsj.i 'lW'Q' 1 per-cixeelf-etip- J'5 UJJMkkL i"" 1.' . - ,, iti-r'- Iowlbrl r "i. ir i , ' l'iiiir &$.$y$$ r 11 os Idea hv il-- i pttn-cip'- , no'-nil- ld-li- i . ,,'... L- il cupft-K'inn- - e iJ. n . to'se-rure;th- e. -- lht iU t 11 MU't-rtisnie-b , phyf-lciin- s IIo-mI'- ,,, . .,. J-i- ' e ""f .irMi . fc -- ' 1 id .. fiorid&rj OASTOIUjl iT Zk eKTrltr,ri - ''- - ' Come lo DON'T FAIL ,Jli m- linery gtfods, hc Carson & Co., lor mil- Awarded 'Ugliest Honors World' Fair. HERE'S YOUR PORTUNITY. A New Eight-volu-me I OP- Hun. C .M. Jl mieit (tout Iv uUvlllc. Mr J. II. Roberta, ol v.ns in town tills week. Jus relumed Fordsville, - '' no '"' TO READ THIS! A new stuck ol lurntture ccived nt Cnrson & Co' a. just re En- Mr. But I). Hingo, ot Bowling Gieen was in town this week. CREAM cyclopaedia At About Your Own Price. Kverj ona irho has. had oecailon to Fair Bros. & Co. Yuu enn't do better than to nee Carson & Co , for n jjclat or cape. WILL COMMENCE MONDAY If ou need n wedding suit jou can't do better tlinn to see Carson & Co . BAKING IMIHDfR A rrmtilt the cumbersome old encjclo-piedl- . 7iPi 9 ,A v't. U 0 A niccnssottmeiit ot umbrellas, nnd now Is the time to buy Capsom & Co. 0 Free Tom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Don't fall to get prices on our nnd fine suits over--coa- ts The Floating Studio Is at Rochester. Mrs. C. S. McHlroy, WhiteM lite is for soma needed Information, erTectuallyconcMled In lome long article, will bo glad to know of the appearand) of n new general referencs work built along different llnei, 10 that any child who can read raay succaiifully consult It. Olliily Jnttgr tc authorized to nnm mice J. A. PARK IWe n randldi.ie the c tlkr of Judge Ohio count Coiitf, nil ject to me acuon nepuunenn party. We are authorized to announce A.S.AUI.L As n enndidntefor Jtidgeof Ohio conn-t- v Cot tt, mhjectto the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce C. L. WOODWARD As a candidate for luHge of the Ohio Ccunty Court, suljccl to Ihc action of the Republican paity. t jjsnsi tiir ;i fur Jul Weateaulhoi ml tr 1 1 r . tiuitce 1 1 JNO D FIN. I 'As n candidnlp or t' e IT. ol 'bik r of Ohio tinti , m 1.. tti nci 01 lie-- Kf nd inii oil We me Aillbt nrnl to nut itrr K T 'IVMH'.DI.Kl.l. As n cnididalf I r lulu rf Ohio countv, Mil jtel in the nib ol the Republican imt), We nte nulhorizid in anni nrre T1IOS H BLACK As a candidate l( r le election tn lb office ol ol Ohitm unty ruljirt to the i clion ot ihc Re lib lean paity We ae anlhorized to announce We are authorized in announce R R WIJDDING JNO T KING As a cAMlnlfti lor luil.e ol the Ohio Cuunt Cunt, sutij.ct to Ihenctiun Aa n candiilnie lor the Dice ol Jatlo ol Oh o county, Mihjcct to the ailion of the Rt publican patty. 11 of To close out their entire line of you n luery at cost. This means Vgreat saving. Hats that sold for $5.00 go at about half price, and so or 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 miili-t- o Mr. C Mr Owen Willtams.Bojvllng Green, ton, lost his house and barn by fire is tn Hattlorl to sp:nd the holidays last Saturday. He had insurance Bananas 15 cents Der dozen and all amounting to $500, kinds of fruits and candies in proporWe have the best house in town to tion. Carson & Co. buy a bill of goods from, as we carMrs. Czarena McKey, ot Frankfort, ry everything a housekeeper needs. is visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. J. S Cole Carson & Co. man. Don't lorget when jou start out on We aredeterm ned to sell our cloaks a look for Chrristmas presents that regardless ol cost Come and get our nothing is nicer than n new rrcker. prices. Carson & Co Come to Carson cV Co , for them. Now is a good time to buy a good Photographer Taj lor is now at 0 erccat or a Mcintosh. Carson & Beaver Dam, leady to do all kinds ol Co's is the pi ice to buy them. Photo work He will be in his gals We sell cloaks regardless ol cost. lery every day except Monday 8 tf. We have a good selection. Come nrd The Floating Studio has left Hart gtt fust choice. Carson & Co, ford. While here Mr. Kchrnptr mnHi Carson & Co T Autin, living neir Mor- visiting Mrs. J. S. Coleman. ComQ v Early en- I '",' And SeC What WC have in StOie for Besides this, we have opened our yOU niany warm ' tire . .. - friends who will gladly welcome him back to Haitlord when h "turns ImO Of Christmas Goods Containing Toys for the children and -- . y . .'more siiusuuiuui Iftirgums r ones. , t 1 k'i " mu muur All Lines During the entire month. Htr1farGj5emDle of "fashion. i 1 When out looking for Xmas pres. ents don't lorget thct nothing would be nicer than a nice rocking chair or I a suit. A boxof nice hand kershiefs, a pair ol kid gloves or any thing of that kind would be O K Carbon &Co The first candidate to announce for Surveyor is Mr. Nathaniel Motley of Shreve He has txeisu'veyl .g lor 20 years and is n worthy, capable gentleman, and would make the county a good official should he be nominated. He Is thoroughly familiar with the duties ol the office bed-roo- We are going to sell our Clothing regardless of cost. Come in and ge. a new suil 01 ovcroat. Carson & Co. Rev Adams, of Tennessee, clostd a very successful revival at Beda last week. There were several convjr-ston- s. Prof. Win Uniersity, Princeton, parents. Foster, ol Frinciton N. J.,tsat home to spend the ho'Unys with his W Sanderlur and Miss Bennett, both of the Beda neighborhood, weteunited in marriage yesterday evening at the home ol the Mr. Jno Stelli bride, Rev I. A Bennett Mr. San-derf- IFs la: 'Bros. , . 3s Co., I? t. R is a prospeious young fanner nnd has many friends who join In wishing lor him and Tils fair bride a long and posperour life, The Beaver Dam Seminary and Commercial Institute JvUl enter, upon the New Year with bright prenccts for. p. successful .tejpv The faculty is strong, me moral inlluences cannot A$FPSlh-'d,naltogether the school is so located nnd conducted that par tnUjtca'npotVninkeVany mis'ake by Sending their children there, '.. " JA-'oj'd.l We have a big stoct ot .boots and shots, also overshoes. Prices to suit the times. Come to ee us when in need. Carson & Co. The three Sunday Schools ol Hartford had a Christmas tree at the Court Houe last night. It was loaded wi h presents for both old and young. Messrs S P. Render, Fort Worth, Texas; K. D. Render, Kennedall, Texas; and L, M. Render, Louisville, Ky., are visiting their father Mr. W. B Render. I & Jl j :ErJo-c:r:JLG02s- KENY0N COLLEGE H I fPSyiMiE, KY. Libia-rHealth- a 3 - wasin town this week en route to his Bufbr'd. old tiome-uea- r fudee. Bbvll is'otie' ohhfe ongYnal"Ffepublica of 'Texisauti-w'a- s el'etU'd County Judge oyiU coantyn the (ast'election, ,,He. Wiiue. n Lniq county about two Editing a country newspaper has its wr eksi and wljl return to Ran cipiiiu Mr. J. W Ford has an ear of corn trials and tribulations ns well as any ty, Tex.,jti time, to other business, lor all it looks such Pf court on January 4th. I19I J his first "which has an independent shuck on .., , ' each grain. an ' "easy job.' ' If we publish a joke, It is the first and only r7 , , corn that was ever brought to Ht-for- d people say we are rattle brained and Th5 Olilo County, JMfed'iCartjciety ol the kind. Some enterprising malicious; if we publish original mat3 iscllred to meet at the' ou7(ffeot Di' farmer should get seed (torn it and A vffHlMUmiilln ter, they say we ought to give them Wchtnnt'U E. "W. Ford.. Hartjord, Ky.l at U uWVIH'JifH.'fii:" "'J1 """ J selections; if we give them selections; start that kind of corn. o'clock n. m. on Wednesday, January if to write; we are too lazy f .1 U". A.P Dr and Mrs. J S. Colem in receividth, 1897, foi the 'purpose of reorwe don't print all the news ed from their son, Prof J. D. Cole, Issue. ganizing for future uselufnejs". giving they say we ate net all come nnd makeljjisjigciety what man, Frankfort, a nice box containthem the worth of their money; if we ing a slumering robe, with 24 differs ' it shoulp be. ' ' do print all the news, we are bouud CATARRH ent colors, artis'icallyblended togethJ D Mapdox, Pies. a to tramp on somebody's toes, and er, one exquisite piir of clipping LocalisDlEoaso -AND' then there's agreat howl raised; if we Now Jor a Smashing Holiday scissors and a beautiful mallet, which an! is the result give a man a puff, we are partial; if was very highly apprechtcd, not so of colds and sud Trade. den we don't compliment tbe ladles we climatic Wc wsh to say in the beginning much f r value hut as a keepsake. changes. This are printing a paper not fit to make a we have made great preparations that remedy does not Christmas Wedding's. bustle: if we don't say something nice lor this coming Xmas ;nnd further-mot- e Mr Hirrv Waddle and Miss Mas contain mercury about the old maids, we are soured; if that we are determined to have belle Sweatte, were married at Rock-po- tt or any other injuwe remain in the office, we are too rious drucr. our stiare,of the trade if quality nnd last Fri lay common . . prices Will bring it. Listen! Stock 'N HEAD proud to mingle with the Mr. W. S. Huff nnd Miss Nettie Cream Balm COLD teaQhors mid Jwn kctures. - t.AULil- STUOilO FAQUli-TVifliJivcrowd; if we are on the streets, we are eluidy 5e per lb common mixed i5 Shultz were married at Hayuesville Op us and cleans tbe Nasal Passages, TIESSUl'KniORfiJ.'jichoolHii tlijo M'ctlnnENVIKOlfiUiN'P in Allays Pain and InflamaliorJ, Heals not attending to business; if we wear per rb broken, taffy candy lut Sunday. Vtiu?iia,irBj.trn,ng ami interesting, unlbjeotiutv5!ft vfcl-ASErry way and Protects the Membrane from poorclolhes, business is dull; If we lb! California rii.ins7ic Mr. R. P. and Miss Julia M Co'ds, Restorez the Sensia of Taste wear good clothes, we don't pay for I'JtiVAt-nyiw-iwim- u, MOST PKOjH'lJllUyofftY'ln'flrttiMnirjr, v.,. .. .ft w.lJ?ffiS&hjCUlt B6AlJb"at', vhiiMivn tribe? 1 327.60 ,per1fcfPrencb mixed oane loc per Galtber were married at the residence nt d Is quickly absorbed. Gives re- them. Now, what shall we do? We mixed nutsor4Uln.ds lJCper lb; of the bride at McIIenry lact Sunday. lief at once. 50 cents at Druggists or lulifon fort pi nf .f tcn wpA-- j EQUAL- lajge oranges 4cecu; are going to print the news.irrespect-ivelv- , in advancn r&rs iVBe!.cocoanuis Mr. Chas Richards and Miss Sarah In mail; S'inirlefl 10c. by mail. York rfpples jrsc and let those kick who wish. AjQlesnt::5ceacH ADVANTAGES cauinnwhfre bo lound at EQUAL COST. ELY BRO. 56 Warren St New York. A, Murphy were married at the resi TJer EuslreJ; fire crackeriC.aieper . m vVOKt ?. )1 Some may say we stole this from an cataloiiKelr.rr-parOeof the bride a. Jones Station VroU Wilbur II. Mnllli, Lexington, Ky lience PUlt llnuclrtjS. iu exchange which we did and that m s vases, raug.v lamps, water t.ets &c. B.,PA,f fffWWrt J in.0, TA bQR Is the person last Saturday. i 'in ni.ii ii .wm.wii-i.iIiii.iMiifii.a.iww. We aTccloslngiQut our winter Hue for joung men exchange stole it from another and Mr, C. B, SoDer nnd Mifs Malissie l Roods wishing to be so on, ad infinitum. Come ft hd see us. Stidum were married at Fordsville qualified for a & ytsteiday. gocd position to Neuralgia is the ptayer of the PlkSsAnV Rvcj', Kvv write. Piolessor Mr. W. R. Olesby and Miss Era-m- a nerves for puic blood. Hood's Smlthsecuresthe Thlnes were married at the Bip is the One True Blool Purl-fu- r crTjnrr'f best paying situatist Church in Heaver Dim yestetdjy. e and nerve builder. tions nnd bis Mr. Harry B. Dauiel and Miss M uy is endorsed H. Wilioii will be married at Cromt,y State officials, I mnkem. business We ate authorized to nt nouncs All well to day, WirtfV ' . v. pi .or Wiltu R. Smith, W. F. SANDERFUR llien.CtC. AtllOng-UiotoMr. W. T TlUord nnd Miss Susau ' " '. IJMUI, . V 1) t t M. Uarrttt will be married at Cromf ilionmmljiit i;rmuntcs in business Aa n candidate for Asscisor olObio towri itt Hsavtr Dam of the county, Mibject to the octi-imm n.Yimii:i:r.'tl IHIII. .iit.the lheieololshult be "We ani the ail over America, as merchants, bank-ciwell to day. OnioCouity Omit, regular teun', nrtnm feaver Republican party. y officials, nre neatly 2,000 in Mr P. R Liuustin nnd Miss MinDmu " Decembei I 1 8S)1 The essence of life js force. Hon. P. H, Gray, National ,' ," nie Evans were nnrried nt DianfieM Umk Examiner of Tesas, nnd J. E. And all that of the present Beaer appeatllvr t6e,4,ftvti('1ic'tonAriJ Everybreathyou breathe,cvery It District Republican The Thir-- t yesterday, frock ot a St Vmis bank, leceiving heart beat, every motion of the conit tlljlt the)were' tijoje than-thre- Dam voting precinct ling nnith and $ roo a tenr. are both Kentucky says; "Republicans of Ohio county Mr. John Smith and Miss Florence your hand, takes force. The east of brfid division line shall constihundr & auut'yV'bteit'cabl' boys, and like 100 other graduates of select their candidates for county ofmeasure of force we call vitalA hlc d ere married nt the home of Beaver Damvoting precinct at tjie. tute iiuolhir voting precinct, and the Tiof. Smith, occupying lncrntive bank ficers February 15,1897, by convenity. If this Is lacklncr, there is the biide ft Roslne Inst Tuesday, risltloos, fonnd their Business Course tion Mr. Sam A. Anderson, editor last ceneralsftection, Nov. jw8o.6VJtvotuig pl.ee therein shall be in the loss of flesh, lack of resistive Mr Mailan Conpaireand Miss Liu Mid Diploma from hiaCollegeto have oting piecwct' town ol Braver Dam and the name ia ordered tbyt aaid ra TnimHii were u.anied at Narrows power, a tendency'to catch diI ten a passport their positions. Hon. of the Hartford RnFiroucAtf, will be thwcol shall be "15 st Beaver Dam." tendi errJiyJiyi'tfil into Jwo be and it yestettay, sease easily, especially a 1 M. Samuels says: "Pro! Wilbur nominated nnd elected Circuit Court A copy. Att-t- : Mr. WiilieNencotultand Mhs Mats K Smith is a gentleman of character ency to Consumption. For low voting prrcujeta byra HHfciuurjing-KSi- t Clerk, There are lour candidates for 1) M Hocxkb C. O C C. tie Leisure weie married at the home ' nt d nbility, evinced by the d flerenc vitality riothingr h bette than Mlowa: County Judge, one for County Attorof the htie'e at Beda Wednesday B'isuop, D. C. It supplies I sllions ol honor and trmt to which, Scott's Emulsion. By Oscs boundary llo'pfi4it;lnctcr,ses Mr. W M, Douglas and MUs Artie hi has been called. For over 3$ ney, two for County Coutt Clerk, the nourishforcebyfurnishlngf the Coilien Mil BtikVti' 'Dam fdtd M. Mewntt wete m.uried ytsteday at aia lie has tcenn mtccesstul Busi-- ti three for Sherifl, two for School ing, strengthening elements of the liumi ol the bride at Rosine. near Oeorg(JMrues, U'ncc wliji sid UNION. Gducator an year ns President and only nine for Jailer." food In an easily digested form; Mr. J P McCoy and Miss Ada A Mr Henryfohnson Is, sick. Mrs. Ooshen and Beaver Dalatpadi to tue v.omruercini i.ouegc 01 iven . enriches the blood, and builds Taylor were married at the home of tncky University, of which I am a i I Muttir Non the sick lint where it irtteWr4bbHla'rttofd;Bnd system. the br de at Beaver Dam Wednesday. l rtduate. He was a 'World's Fair ' This week Mr. W. P. Sanderfur I , . JJ 7. inteayn jjaiiinence r Jtyrn to the' wife of Mr. Bud Fulton up theIs of no When ordinary avail, Scott's KocneKer ravi food Mr. T C Field and Miss Mollle (. mmlssioner from Kentucky; also J icu9 uie people that he is a candilale with 8Id fartford"ainI Rochester a boy. hown were man ltd at the home ot 1 resident of tbe Chamber of Com. Emulsion will supply the body A 'C bride at of a ' Assesror. He has been a lire toad throuflhTBe$r-rl7iiij;To- ' whf ?undiyat Sfeve"ii I) and fimllv fpent with all the vttalelements of life. thiMr T W Beda and Miss Smile n erce. andand a M ol G.clien. Shttllz Hofi Account-Bank, years the boundsry'ilinc.cf.eald toting prei Afl otix Republican andhasbcett Deputy Two U, 50 eta. and ,M;l'irtje.nnd fanjvly es weie marrtd at Narrows yester! jclntt cfOtef! Mid t "road1 near" Kills' ttrda fn,m a and ,s wel1 fluaUGed t0 CU ""j i wi a Pnslness Education. day, , vit to his son near Ckapmau'a yand all of the preheat Snnth Carrnllinn r 11 R. Bentittt and Miss Mag. or a knowledge ot Phonography, ) the oCce, He will make a strong race. If you will aik for it vrt wlU nd r ie Ashby . mairiednt the btide's 1' pe witting or Telegraphy nt the Reaver Darnf iMtoji F.ffieCoxho his bcen"vls- - you a book UlUag you all about Scott' -iiome yesterday Hon total cost, vitn uipioma iroin tMrprTtTA. south and wet orwtil JlVWorrllrit ltliic finiin 'nd relatives, ha return- EmuUoa. Ttte. Mr J W Snnderlur ntir1 Miss . n,iftru VT.lv.,-l.... h. ..... ..".., - I. , ....v.,, w.i,...iotj.. .1.. ...aitunllnn bh . WW shall constitute pms votyig- piflnct led to her'houie near Cool Spr'mri SCOTT ft BOWNE, Vr York. lt li Bennett were married ut the 'ureMoinv not. v, k. aiuiiu, i,rx- " 52L P4 tne voting piae tncreiu tnau t ( S H f bride a home near Beda yesterday. inornn K t II7itianna M I ii'F,wt V'",,l"i,"61 .! CO Oilers BcVl8ijil avaritiifcr to young ladies and g;ntIe- - I'm defir1r?e acbfirtlet? ifScntioii atmall c6.it. New- n IWflding, Sttpnff.FultYr Cheap Boaidi Referent Location, Refined and Intellectual Commu-m- V. m1 SuttAJaL&Ji&qboufse,'? aj' J .1." b 'QK I'RFPARATION OF Al'HCIAJ,,KACJUT.WS r Teacher Review wndiNcroiai Trniqiugclasses in session 1 HtJII time, besides ixJ'olher,,eihnasrlve Hiid complete Send lor a We court invest! vation cAjrfejVMmly wfcloirfiKulcfo'ryoutAfr1- where tiS can b cihtained lor the LUAST MONJiY, Address 3. al omiiiuoitiuu.Uj rt- - If I..: 2 Jutfe Embryrfex , ,..,. - r This week we announce W. M. Ballzell, of color, as a candidate lor Jailer ol Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican pirty. Mr. Ballzell is a representative colored man and is a substantial farmer. The following named persons have p lid their subscription to Tan Republican since our last issue: S. K. Cox, C. P. Keown, W. W. Cook, Hertford; Edwin Forbes, Fordsville Mr Herman T. Caiter. son of Mr. John S Carter, ol Spring Lick, passed through Hartford yesterday n route to Newville to visit his aunts", Mrs J S. Fielden and Mrs R. W. Smith. . rBS!iBSi jGbllese. evxtY.ermofthe K rf- - It Such work Is Th New Standard American Encyclopedia tn eight large quarto volume, and which embrace! the lubiUnce ot all tho other encyclopedias, beildei a very large amount of new matter none ot thorn contain. It Introduces a rait number of new werdi, names, facte, Ideaa, Inventions, methods and derelopmenta. It treats, In all, over 80,000 toplcn, nhloh la from 8,000 to 10,000 more than any other work. The publlihera of the "Standard American" have alio lavishly ombelltahed the new work. There are orer 3,600 illustrations, which cover erory conceivable subject, lending new intoroit to the descriptions, and forming asuccesslon of pleasing surprises. 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Another feature In which the new work stands absolutely alone, Is In its very full appendixes, which embrace oi er 100 subdivisions, Including a Biographical Dictionary, a Dictionary of Te Imlcal Terms, a Gazeteer of tin I nlted States, Presidential Elections In the United States, Religious Summaries, Stito and Territorial Election Statistics, fatatUticj ot the population of the world, and a veritable mine ot Information on thousands of snbjects of universal intcr-ec- t and Importance. But It Is In Its treatment of recent subjects that the Standard American will be found of paramount value. All other encyclopedias are from five to ton vears old, and are silent regarding hundreds of topics that every reference work should contain. Such, for instance, as "The "Argon," "Horseless Carriages," "The Atlanta Exposition," "Color Photography," etc., etc. It also gives biographies of hundreds of people who have lately become famous, such as Trot. Roeatgen, discoverer ot the Ian MacLaren, Dr. Hansen, the explorer, Budyard Kipling, etc., etc., On account ot Its lateness In all these matters, aa well as Its aoenracy, It has become ike standard In Schools, Colleges, Courts, Publlo Libraries, and wherever Important qeestlons some up tor dlscnsslon. It would therefore Mem that no artisan, mechanic, teacher, pupil, or farmer, can well afford to be without tkls most useful, practical and latest ot all encyclopaedias, especially as Its price has been so arranged as to mke the work a great bargain, and render its possestlon possible to almost any one who earaestlr desires to own It. Detailed particulars regarding the work and how to secure It at practically your own prlcoi, may be found in an advertisement on another page of this We arc authorized to announce E P. NEAL As n candidate fur leeltttion to the efficeof County Attorney of Ohio county, eul ject to the action ol the Republican parlj prtclnct convention, Saturday, Feb. 13, 1897 We are authorized to announce D. M HOCKER As n candidate for re election for the office of Clerk of the Ohio Ciunty Couit, niljfct to the action ol the Republican patty. We arc autboiized to annour.ee M. S. RAGLAND As a candidate lor Clerk of Ohio Count) Con it, subject to the action of the Republican paily. We ate authorized to announce JNO. W. TICHENOR As a lutididate lor Clcik ci Ohio County Couit, subject lo the action ci the Republican paity. For County Attorney. the Kepuhlicin pnty. tor tonnly Clrtk. te for C'lrrml lrrk. We are authorized to announce F. LEONARD SANDERFUR as a candidate for the office of Circuit Coutt Cletk ol Ohio county, subject to the action ol the Republican patty I am a candidate for the office ot Circuit Court Clerk ol Ohio County, subject to the action cf the Republican party and respectfully soYour tiuly, licit jour support, Sam A. Andkb son. We lican party. We are authorized to announce W. M. BALTZELL We are authorized to aniintince S G RHOADS Aib candidate lor ihc ffice of Jailer of Ohio county, Mitjtct to the action of the Republican parly. We are authorized to announce BRUNO FRF.Y Ar a candidate lor Jailer ol Ohio county, suljectto the action of the Republican patty. We nre authorized to announce LOYD POOL As a candidate lor Jailer ol Ohio county, fubject to the action ot the Republican party. We nre authorized to announce R. F COPPAGE As a candidate for Jailer ot Ohio county, sut ject to the nctio.io! the Republican party. We are author zed to announce SYLVESTER WHITE As a candidate for Jmlerol Ohio coun ty, subject to the action ol the Repub lican patty. We are authorized to announce OSCAR MIDKIFF As n candidate lor Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action of tbe Repub-- " Of color, as a candidate for the offict of Jailer, of Ohio county, subject to the action ot the Republican party. For AMnxor. We are authorized to announce E P. PETTY As a candidate (or thi "ffice of Assej spr "f Ohio county, subject to the ne tion of the Republican party. We nte lo announce G D. ROYAL As a candid ite for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce J. G WILSON As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the action ot the Republican party. We arc authorized to announce E HEDDEN As a candidate lor Assessor ol Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. nutt-otize- ForMurlir. are authorized to announce SAM T. BARNETT As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio county, subject to the action ol the Republican party. We are authorized to announce R. B. MARTIN As a candidate for Shetiff of Ohio countv. subject to the action ol the Republican party. We are authorized to announce S. T. STEVENS As a candidate lor She 1 iff oi Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce FON ROGERS As "a candiaute lor hebool Superintendent of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized io announce R. C. JARNAG1N As a candidate for Superintendent of Common Schools ot Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican parly, lorHrhool Nnperlnlenilrul. ," "X-Hy- ," We are authorized to announce II. H. DAVIS As a candidate for Magistrate of the Rosine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. Hurvryor. We are authorized to announce for We are authorized to announce JONT B WILSON NATHANIEL MOXLEY As a candidate for re cleetinn to the As a candidate lor County Surveyor office ot Magistrate in the Cromwell ol Ohio county, subject to the action Magisterial Distiict, subject to the of the Republican party. action ol tbe Republican party. rr MaglatraK-- . BeaveP.am Seminary cdMteRCIAL INSTITUTE Tusdyi"Vanuaryw 19, 1897. .,. , . -e c CATARRH v Itemrii or Proaperltjr. Those who are complaining that the prosperity promised by tbe success I ul candidates has not come to them, should remember that the large cities of the country were the first to experience tbe panic, that in these cities soup houses were opened lor the unemployed, while theic were every evidence of prosperity on tbe farms and in the smaller towns. This being true we must expect a return of prosperity in the cities first. It is in evidence already in these places and ne have only to wait for the benificent influence to reach the agricultural districts. There has never been as much improvement in the business of the United States in six weeks as has been shown since the election of Good times are coming deBowling Green spite the croakers. y. can-Jy7- Republican. Mr. Lem II, McHenry has accepted a position as claim agent on tbe Southern Pacific Railroad with headquarters at Tuscon, Arizona. He went west on account ol his health. 4C-p- k bnfrftt,'id . 5 w " larg-Ne- '- pJ NPnmh Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. A Convincing: TeitlmonUl Jor&ler and wotk Piit'an teed ' ' JCSUTPBTO, t - Qpftwea i": "Jbnes n Morehed, Sar-sapa- Col-'eg- give satisfaction.' Yotu Vitality? ml wfesj 9C P lVt n ", l Ken-tu.k- f e - f Utss ble. C Ella Euan. fel; ''" VHlnir'-prtclnct-lVftt- euffcred from heart trouthat time I was treated by All ot them physicians. Ave different claimed that I eou!4 not U cured. I wo,' greatly troubled with ehortneie ot breath, palpitation ana pain ta the side. It I became excited, or exerted myeelt In the least, the pain tn my side became very severe. At tlmoe It seemed as though nudtu were rtoot-- "Jot tt year t Coring- K s Sometime In Ut month bt November last, I commenced taking; Uiroua my U. 1 1 DR. MILES' HEART CURE Hu-de- y 1 and since then I hare improved steadily I can now sleep on my lett elde, something I had never been able to do before. I " walk without being faUgutd, and am lu nt V-0- 'v 1 Ar wt-r- I f ji a . Mudt hetUr lualth Vum wr heore. I would recommend all sufferers from hoarttroubki to try Dr. Mllea" Invaluable remedy without MISS JXLA KUBTJ. delay." tla Wright Bt., uuwauxec, nw. itelm Dr. Kilea ITe,rt Cure U sold on a IGm iflre. bottle win or of WIS K ' 1 &0Zfa hVRStttiSiiSFi: relit tythelKMUeS CilceJOo., Slkhart, Miles' Heart Cure lad. 'lr. R3E3 4- H" "V Hartford Republican, Hi County FN &T?. Gonoral Directory. Governor William 0. Btatlloy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iugtoSccrolnryof Slate Charles Finloy. Attoruoy General W. 8. Taylor. Audi tor -- Samuel II. Stono. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Conimiteioncr oi Agriculture, Htr Statistics Lucas nntl ticulturo Moore. H. STATU "'Joe oh Fox Stroot. - OcfcTft - B' lVf U i. Hartfor x! SppV!!C-'-0as, 1896. Cc- 1, - KING'S COHCIM. - COLLEGE l'RIDAY, DKCKMMiR OFPICIALS. i THE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE LWRI cH JISL "ex A .:sh:t -- w &ST0RIA JSNfegctoWclrcparaflonrorAs- THAT THE FAC-S1MILE E. Cor. 5th and Markot Sts, Superintendent Publlo lustructtonGco M. Duvkon. Register Land Reynold. W. Comlngoro. Office Chas. 0. D. slmtlnglhcToodnniinctfulaUngthcStaJBAthsundDowmof - 9 SIGNATURE -- Ualnlug In SHORT. Afior 's the bet fncllltu-- f.r tlioiouKh practical Success iuted in HAND. TYt'K WRITING nnd Pupils aislitn o rOflTWHW Terms moderate. TIlRlili MONTHS. lluslncss men furnished Stenographer HRHB OP vrhen competent HOOK-KRUPiN- Kntranoe on gtu. eitx deslitjcs-- , Leuisvllle, Ky, - r 4 op CHARGK arjsro. t.l inxL. wfa Insuranco Bureau Coramissioner-- nntl nomc-iovin- fond happiness are the UNfflil features of the Christ any tnrougn-ou- t the metes nml bounds o. riirUtpiulnin. Cations Is the henrt. mml dead to all Impressions of light nntl fr;lndncs. which Is not quickened to 'pentlcncss nnd unselfishness upon tlio natal dny of Him wliotniiRlittlicbronrt-w- t humanity nntl the most disinterested loic. Had Dickens written only of (Christmas, ho should occupy n place In the nfTectlon of because of the cheery scenes he pictured nml the cheery bnlos he cost about this dny of nil days In the year. iTlic very pathos, which nt times seemed a port of himself, when he wrote, quickened and brightened under the light of tthnt day until It was nearly divested of nil Its sadness. The tragedy of Calvary uns years after the birth secno nt Ilethlchem. had need to grow up to 'The man's estate nnd wrap nbout Illm the mantlo of Innnlte deity before He became n man of sorrows acquainted with n tells of the grief. The Christ-da- y mother nnd her glad smile of Joy ns she looked upon the face of her orn child. It recalls the cherubic luong of the nngcls that startled th shepherds of Salem nnd the effulgent istar that guided the wise men to the manger In which lie lay. Hbrlngsout ,ot the post the hnppy circumstances of ithosc who were led Into the Divine Iprcsence, bringing with them gifts of Igold and frankincense nnd myrrh. So, 'too, clearer than when first uttered, because now better understood, Is heardy 'after the lapse of 2,000 years the promise of peace, good will to men. Comes also tho teaching of mercy, forgiveness nnd charity as substitute for .the older law of eye for eye and tooth Ifor tooth. When He enmo the clarK night of cruelty and wrong and oppression rolled nway, ushering In the gray dawn of an endless dny of love for enemies nnd prayers for those that use 'their neighbors despltefully. The example of the sages who came ns Is unhersnlly followed, nnd meet Is it tlmt It should be so, because the heart that gives In :loto has a sure promise of n blessing from the Lord. The Inspiring mot he of donatives Is the love that thinks no cll against the recipient of the fnvor, nnd loe is the dominant ,rulcr of the heart that Is good. The Christ taught nothing if He did not teach tho Infinite beauty of home lift that is budded upon loc. The heart that lotcs nnd Is cheerful gives freely, thus communicating pleasure toothers in the reflection that they nre not forgotten, nnd happiness to the donor In that ho perceives he hns communlcnted happiness. Loe Is contagious, as happiness is contagious, and blessed and thrice blessed is that household which welcomes Christians with ringing of bolls nnd singing of glad songs, with laughter and merry voices, and that makes memorable the day by tokens of e nfTectlon, whose value rests In the which prompted the giving of them. Did He sorrow? Not for Ills sins or Did lie sweat follies did He grieve. great drops of blood in Ills agony? Then was It that men might be freed from sin and be capable of appreciating nnd commemorating nnd Imitating the Infinite good of His nature. The face that was marred Is now tit with the lneffablo joy that comes of man's redemption, nnd from Ills great throne He regards nil earth's children In love nnd smiles responsive to the gladness of those homes which make merry nnd Christmas. bright the Chrlst-lny- , liomo ff I God-chil- d vlr-glnewly-bIlea-enlgift-bearmo-th- Adjutant General U. R Collier. Slnto Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. creased the thing seemed to curl up around the edge, like the tail of n dried herring, and the larger It grew tho more It curled up, until It got to bo the shape of a chinn wash basin. I don't know what was wronj with It, for I am not an expert in that line, but before the lamp mat wos complete Slater Mary decided to call Itabagof some sort or other, nnd put ribbons on It for handles and n tnssel on the bottom. You sec, when n Vamp matmnkce up Its mind to bo n pudding bag you Just have to let It have lt own way. 80, ns I said, she put long ribbons on It, pink ones, and some bows, and I took It over and gave It to the. doctor, with her compliments nnd n "Merry Christmas." She was engaged to him then. That was all right, but what do you think that doctor did? Why, ho sat right down and wrote hern note thanking her for her kindness in sending him such a "tasty and comfortable nightcap" and assuring her thnt It would bring him pleasant dreams. Yes, sir! And I don't wonder Sister Mary got mad and broke tho engagement. But you can bet she hasn't tried to make any lomp mats since. ELLIS PAriKEn BUTLER. bald-head- PromotesDigcslion,CIwrful-TK9- 9 Ttm nocrron looked puzzled. itAir.noAl) Jno C. Wood, couMtsai'iNKiis. cliflirmati; J. Secretary-Sam- F. uel MotNAmooti'c. JUqim SmJ' and Itest.Conlflltu neither Otnuin.Morphinc nor Mineral. &&? IS ON THE Dcmpsey, H. S. Irwin. "F. Brown. COMirtFS'lONAb. jofOdOrSMfClLanMa WRAPPER OF EYEBT wntm market and onti It tb txat bouw to ablp to. rr w Thlt li tho j Ttnrca on ctinilitumcnU. IWldci.wa bar batur fact.tUaa than -- tbar kocuM w " tyy inany Unte lactones to auppir. ""ire jdu ..-- and term prodiu rt.T..'-' to dWN No trarellni aaonta. Bhlp all jour wool trJa. HERNDON-CARTE- R tOOUVIUl; ST. 110 Third fltraat, or 813 to BIB JCorraU Court, WOOL. WOOL. "" CO. Senators Hon. William C. Lindsay, Hon. J U. S Blackburn. "Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE IXGISbATUIin. BOTTin3 OF anftfretnemedv forConslipa- rion, Sour Stoirach.Diarrhoca, Worms AvonvuisionsjcvcriBii-rtcs- s fn Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. 0. M. Barnctt. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COUItT Owens-boro. and LOSS OF SLEEK CASTORIA Son Outdiia li vit tp la cnniit lottUt ctJr. It 111 sot toll la bsUu Iftn't allv ujmt U Mil un injtMnj IM on Ui pw or promlt lui II pgooa" ua wm unw Jan I Ifwot iiii. -F- OR Farmore nnd Villager. -- I'OG TSicSimllo Signature of Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge FniltcrB nnd Mothers, Hon J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney OtvonMiorn. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. Hartford. G. B Likens, Clerk B. D. Ringo, .Muster Corumuaioner NEW 11 (I "YORK. - ior ons nnd Dauglitors, -F- OR Ail tbo Family. T FT TlTr MiMMHHI j." "r Tiitw- - u txw Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartfoid. Cal. P. Keown, Sherif!" Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Tho. R. Bishop, Ccntertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER. I tennt. tain S'n . ssT-- t a. iaisa(XJVZ&2JbA a j9 tsit JOT gn " - , TttHt. ' TIMELY l'KECAUTION. Court couvenes first Monday in March and August and continues threo weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY , COURT. John P Alorton, Judge Harttord. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Harttord. E. P. Neal. Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court couvenes first Monday each month. Becins on the fbird Monday January, April, July and October. COURT OF CLAIMS. BjwI IPltf 1 IXXMitilffl I'lllillftPW. I III il ' QUARIKRLY COURT. BaXjJy JT'' Don't be afraid, doggie, I I just want to tell you something if you hear any noise Just keep perfectly still, for It'll be Santa Clnus, and we don't want blra scared awny. St. Louis Republic. Tommy Convenes first Monday in in October. OTHER COUNTY January, KTADJ MARK With tlieclnfo nf the I'resiilenlial campaign The TRIBUNE rfcoy, niie. tho lact that the American people are now anxiout to give their atten" T meet this condition, politic m Hon to homo nnd huMtien. interests. liavo lar less pace and pniminence. until nnmher State or National otea-M- n demands renewal of the liht for the principle for which the TRIBUNE linn labored from its inception to the present day, and won it greatMends Punctured Tires est victories. Every possible effort will bo put forth, and money freely spent, to niillpyuu Utile nml a NATIONAL FAMILY, make the W EEKLY TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER, interesting, instructive, cntertaiuing and itidiipennblo to each meniber nf the lamity. . No wallcinc home. No taltinc; out ol and NEW YORK WERKLT Wo iiituiih THE REPUBLICAN yaWes. Guaranteed not to itjure TRIBUNE, both papers tiren. One treatment insuics your tites against leaks for a year. Can contain .enough puncturoid For sale by Bicycle for two ttres. Address all orders to the Dealers, or fent postpaid, to any on receipt ol PRICE. $1 00 Keeps Them Mended. ONEYEAR ,s IIAIITFOM) KKPUBLICAN, won't hurt you and Tuesday after the secDud Monday OFFICER3. ZE'OHSrO'TTTIFl.OIiD TkL'JP'G: Wo Necil Money. It takes money to run a newspaper, and we must get it from somewhere, and where can we get it but from those who owe us? We have several thousand dollars owing us on subscription accounts, scattered over the county in small debts, which would only mean a few dollars to yon, but would mean lots to us it we can get it. Printers will not work for nothing, paper has to be paid for, ink has to be bought, type is costly, and altogether it is a big expense to run a paper. We dislike to ask anyone for money, but of necessity we ate forced to do it or else we cannot conduct the paper. Examine the label on your paper to day and you can tell whether or not jou ate behind on your subscription. If you owe us, please send the amount in or if not all send part of it. Right here wewish to sty that if you have paid your subscription, we do not mean you, but if you havn't paid we will be glad to heat Tmcc-n-Wce- G. S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. U. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Hart Z. H. Shultz, School Sunt Olieisea, !,&& OO Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Be Room 2, Tribune Building. New York City, and sample copy olTHE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Harttord, TSLar, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur bprtngs. ..ll luuiuuuoo .it. l, T 11 aiuiueu, t ... Keeper, Hartford. A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good otched, two hundred bearing trees, good buildings, and in For further parood oomtnunity. ticulars call nt this office at once, tf ford. I HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY! Positively the Greatest Bargain Ever Offered ! For Dafly Use in Your Home or Office work in the world equals that matchless Reference Library, the New For Slnl &&. ' SjE Offensive STANDARD AMERICAN ENCYCLOPEDIA Prepared under editorial lOpetrUloft of Catarrh. Oreraeo LARGE vf fttarlj 4,000 Rages. and Diagrams. Colored Maps, Charts VOLUMES Every Yolame Neebanically Perfect. John Clark Rldpatfa, LL.D. sulhorof " Rtdptth'i HUtorieOttc.iulitrf br a Urge corpt of cditon anil oter 100 emU nent KhoUn and tptcUllttt. WILLIAM CHRISTMAS rtOSSER COBBD. EYE WARNING. jfTT" ,- A' si Clara (In bed) Come Into bed, quick, Sally! Santy Claus ain't no fool. If aroun' with them ho sees you legs, he'll know that stockln' dow't belong to you Truth. Ilml ft ti Mmlt. lis could sprint a wondrous distance without stopping: Hut his triumphs found a check; He came out a total wreck When he finished up a tour of Christmas shopping. Washington Star. Ho couM lift three hundred pounds. Box for ten or twenty rounds; in The Mun for ttie Hour. "The lorllfkt fellow Is going tut Isit He's absolutely me this Christmas. wilor blind." "Is thnt why he Is no lou'ly?" "To he tune, .lust think of It, he tell the dlHVrence between holly nml nnd the I' in mistletoe berries Iioiim.' Is full of holly." Truth. I llenny llloouuinper. "I "I'upn," want big li.iBsdriuu for Christinas." "I'liMifrnid you cie't iinw thnt," returned Mr. Illoolimnricr, "hut you tuny lime big turkey drumstick." Detroit Free Press. A nameless" G?FT. 11 11 Tim Heat He C'onhl I'romUe. Er V m,' """ ,t ultli the Duitor. It she InWhen Sister Mary tended It to be lump unit, nnd the was to Ik' uij Cousin S.iruli. Sister Mury Is rutlier touchy about some things, but I neterknewnnytlilng to ntTeet her so secrely ns the mero mention of th.it lump mat doe now. In fuet, I studiously refrain from nil mention of It unless I piirtlculurly wish to rile her. Cousin Sarah nnd Sister Mnry nre shall not mennbout the same nge, tion Sister Mary's nge, as she is still unmarried (lmlng broken with the doctor that Christmas), hut I think I 111:1 allowed to slate that Cousin Sarah wiih 41 Inst August, for, since she Is married, she Is not so particular about her years. (If course Sister Mnry would never lime attempted making a lump mat (for slip hud never crocheted one before) If Cousin Sarah had not bought the Dresden lamp, so I blame the whole trouble on the Dresden lump. The lamp mat begun ull right, with a little round flat center Sister Mnry t'ul tlmt finely, Hut iu (he size In- 11 1 g Why Sinter .Mnry llnilie Her Iigugvnient Catarrh is seemingly one of the most complicated of ailments, and one which the doctors are absolutely unable to cure. The reasons for you. from this are easily explained. Catarrh is a blood disease, and only a blood ('iiiirlvr.Jniiriinl. k remedy can effect It. The various Beginning the first of the new year, sprays, douches and washes which are employed as a local treatment, of Louisthe Weekly Courier-Journa- l, may, alleviate ville, Ky , will be changed to the trouble,for a notime, ever knew the of one but Courterjourml. It such treatment producing a cure. k They can not reach the scat of tho diswill be published Wednesday and Satease, as the experience of many urday mornings. The paper will be sufferers will prove j nothing can do six pages, or twelve pages a week, so except a real blood remedy. of Catarrh, S. S. instead of ten pages weekly, as at 8. In the treatment tho fact that It has demonstrated diseases, which present, an increase of 832 colnmns reaches the year. The other remedies can not touch. of matter during Mr. Chas. A. I'arr, the leading wall Wednesday issue will be devoted ex- paper dealer, of Athens, Ga., writes : " For months I suffered from a severe clusively to news and politics, while Tho many offensive the Saturday is? tie will be strictly a case of catarrh. filled with stories, misfamily piper cellany, piitures, poctty, shctches, etc. The politics of the paper will not be changed, nnd the battle lor pure Democracy and true Democratic principles will he continued successfully in the futute as in the past. In spite ol the expense involved in the improvements noted, the price til the Coutier Journal will reTwice main the same, one doll.tr a year, to agents or with liberal old tubscrlbets who Fend in ne-- ones. A feature duttng the coming year wtllle the edltorUls of Mr. Henry Wattetsou on political and other topics oi the day. Tl Mr. Chas. A. Park. A hppy man is tdw.iys a healthy accompanied by symptoms one. 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There We hnveinic'e nnptigenicnts by whichsubstitute for most of them, for Is a which we can lurnUh the Louisville they are all alike contain the same In the same Kveiunu Pust hikI the Hartford Ingredients, and are made substitute Dut there is no This manner. 8., as It is In every way difear. Rhri'iu.icx lor ?2 75 for 8. 8. ferent from every other blood remedy ik tunlmthtedn the greatest t.fler ever to the public. It Is nature's own Y u will yet 365 offered p i' to the peop'e. remedy, being made from roots and .;i r" t vin eir f ir ihe biuall nun herbs gathered from the forests, and contains not a particle of mercury, v ? 75 T.1 m'ui.tnne oftheol-potash or other drug. It Is not a drugt ,t ce store remedy, and not a slnglengredl-cu- t can be obtained from a chemist's shop. S. 8. 8. 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