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IX. -- ' B AETEOBD RHPTTkTIP.AN Jul &&& .tifft r.r r ifMrl.l i? . 1 i.nt. hw tt c rao in- Hilt I r "l .'ri'- i"- (In.. n. w K iit1t;thftV D V1R 196, ? y Bv1 feriWnmutioo ol pu- Special lorouga trsfdiejg. kjtM Horn mea to Tounc pupil. wm m usual. Your natrunaea so- 0 6m IWted. a mmi oimx it m rnntm mn mmmn. mm, HAKTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUAHY22, 1897. MOVEMBOTI OF THE 8TARS, Htghsst of all in Leavening Power. A Haw TelesMfM at t clifiSBraiB8l beprvMloti nrartDUTD, "mm P.mlly BPAT10N, NO. 26. Latest U. S. Gov't Report warranted not ta MSbcurv, or n which .liaii irau'BWviir lTtl l tB STOMACH. r.m.ily U l loicl tabifentp, um ADACHS,l )" fl";r pearly. HZ-fftuXST for Qrnwich, Eng-lan- d, Spsctro-Photograph- y. ontatalaf Uiom Bosfhrnn Rwi. ru1 p MM It Irivldoc. eountrl.. vhv. tAvmt Utltta... mom ky It will car all DImmm Mat ol Um Llv.r aae rVrw.la. Tho SYMPTOMS of Uvmr tnmi nl r. lie Wtter or bod U.t. In tli nionth, i PURELY UBfAIII. A. CEaTrrTTSr-T- l DELKERS 3Bt.-r3B3 VEHICKLE T3BC3SS 3.3E!-au- I- 3E3CH3IJX Flamsteed, 'royal I During Um past three or four yearn the observatory build ins at Greenwich and their equipment hove undergone a very considorabta change. That is, speaking inter nally. VlwA from the outside the visitor appreabblnff it from the rail, way aeea a? ohange. It la only when the steep ascent has been climbed and the entrance gate hae been reached that an extra dome or two can be, aoticed of that green tint peculiar to the plaoe. But onoe inside the high Inclosing wall it Is seen that them is little la common with the bufldlng that was ereoted over two tamturlee ago for John ihe first astronomer The oUfafldlng hat not been In. tetrfevad in the ground to !' linn r Bock, Sides rr Jolnltottmmllil.lifn m.tltin; Aovr Stom.chi lx. it Api.n.. Bow.laalternotcl c.tlvonl la tl' lahe, Lon. of Mfmory with a petnful tn'M.!i I Klu-- and h. I I I AmMLVtmx PURE 4t Frankfort, February 18 ai. A very attractive program has been arranged Among the speakers are Rev Carter Helm Jones, D. D., and Prol Win. H Msrqness, D. D., ot Louisville; lion Richard P. Ernst, oi Covington, snd others equally well know. The railroads have granted one fare for the round trip The Frankfort Association expects to en- tMtt.lt, v. fttanataa Va...... .hau from towns having no Aa.oci.Uon Hn uunorary ueie gates if they bring credentials from their pastors Iurther particulars, credentials, pingrarut, etc., may be obtained of any Association Secretary in the State or from Henry E Rose-veState Secretaty, Fourth and Broadway, LouisAille. Iii times such as we are passing through it is ol great importance that all moial forces be sustained and supported, and it is gratifying to know that the Young Men's Chrintian Ass (eolation movement in Kentucky has experienced a healt.iy growth snd de velopment under the adverse circumstances tithe past yer. - m 1 MoraelltlRS to Knew. may be worth something to know It that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters This medicine is purely vegetable, Hcta by giving tone to the nerve centres in the stomache, gently stlmu-'at- es the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organs in throwing off impurities in the blood Electric Bitters improves the aj.petite, aids digestion, and is pronounced by those who have lnei it as the very best blood purlfk er and nerve tonic Try it Sold for r,nc or Si 00 per bottle at Williams ft Bell's Drag Store. . 0ti -gar-row- h.vinir fulleu to !" Himiblii; whli h out lit t i. ihu h.v. Ixm don., Mbllttyl Law plrl n s drjr nnf.BrAnie of t.llow often mutuktr. tlie tifclrtord Kh for (,oflotmptl n Som.tfmc. mnv of iheno tymptoni. oltenrl ihedlftea- -, Mt oil r. vrry fow, lutt tlm tlk.R la generally the Mot of tho dlMane nml if not Mfforlns, wretihed-lu- i Rogulated In tlm.. ((r and DEATH win n.u. Tho following highly itrrm.d periHiit to the rlitue. of Flminom LiT.r Regulator! Oon 1 flafut the right anew JJ , ' wri - C 'n y w. .baa been ereoted. A small but handsome red brick building is first seen in which is a new altazimuth, which has only seoentiv been ereoted and haa not yet been got into working order. Under the largest dome is the h refractor, which hos been in working order now for about two yean. The next smallest domn covers the new building, which has been prepared for the new telescope present!' by Sir Henry Thompson now being placed WRITE FOR CATALOGUEin position. This new building lathe initial portion of what will be, when completed a very handsome block. That which in being got ready for use is a handsome red brick building, to which wings will be added when funds are forthcoming. The observatory being in the hands of the admiralty department, the money requisite for. improvements Is not readily obtainable. The needs of our first Hue of defense are so great that the admiralty has not much interest in the observatory beyond depending upon it for its supply of duly attested chronometers for the navy. Tho telescope which was added three years ago was not provided until it was absolutely necessary And then no building was forthcoming to put It in. Determined not to lose the Illinois . s, i humu?st, iwkajwb, sM&cnnm, orAt-iAxtelescope, which was too big for the In connection with the Southern Pabuilding, Mr. Christie devised a new cific Co , will, on ard after the eight dome, which gave the extra space of November 7, 1896. run from Cin required. This liberated the old eisneti and LouUville a Pullman of the obdome, so long a ta 1Mb, shoal writ fcr BUFPHT SLEEPER EVrRY TUES- servatory, and feature now to be W- -a daefeaa to fcattar eoadiUoa that is DAY AND SATURDAY night toeonnect direct at New Orleans used (or the new telescope with the Southern Padics latt sol- just acquired. It is rea'ly small for 40S TKIXD 8TBUT. LOOU7IU.S. XT. id veatibuie train, the "Sunset L!ini that, but the best will have to be X. ted,', lor Lot Angeles and San Iran mode of it clsco On these cars for The telescope which Sir Howard CALIFORNIA VIA NEWORLEANS Grubb has now completed is tor Through reservations Cincinnati and The spectrum, Louisville to the Pacific Coast can be as everybody knows, Is a scattering Garments Fits Guaranteed. made. In addition to the Bufiet Sleepier Car service, Connection will of the different colors of light Th be made at Memphis by train leaving examination of these gives much inimcinnam at 2 30 p m snd Louis formation as to the body that la beville 6 55 p. m. every Wednesday, ing looked at; and it can be done by viewing through an with But PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING it is far more convenient to take a CAR photograph, which can bo examined leaving Chicago every Wednesday at leisure. When the teleand running through without haage scope was fixed a spectroscope was y i m i from Chicago to Sap Praneisco via was attached; but work with that New Orleans by the sauna route Comfortable Free RecliningCbair Car was given up about 18 mouths ago, when Sir Henry Thompson promon this train between Cincinnati , a mCssT MMavMlMMnMMMMaonWMiHnawws jA Louisville and Memphis. Through ised o,000 for a special telescope double-bert- h rate but $5 50 from for this work. The new telescope Memphis This is The Only True will take some 12 months to get Into Winter Route to California, owing to working order. When it is ready it low altitudes and the absence ot snow will be assigned a special duty. and severe cold weather. . Also good There are, .pf course, several connection to the which branches of spectro-analysCITY OF MEXICO can be taken up. One is to examine via New Orleans, by the Illinois Centhe chemistry of objects by the tral and ihe Southern Pacific Rail analysis of its light. What will be roads Ticket taken up here is uu examination of RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTH the spectrum as a means of deFR ROUTE Ask forsteria! California Folder ol termining the rate of motion of the I C R. R Thev.as well as tickets body looked at in the lino of sight and full information aa to rates and how fast it is approaching or recedspecific train time can be had of agents ing. This is the work which Mr. H. Ot tie Central Route ind connecting F. Newall haa bees carrying on at Qcxr&on & Qo. lints 01 by addressing W A Kell- - Cambridge with a h telescope. ond, A G P A , Louisville, Ky St. James' Gasette. i - of building i..itUmW ffpZS'liLX ar. loo E!? Oont. taa THsixxdMOixamt. Sold .- by authorized deal ers or direct from TIGEUELKER CO., MANTJFACTiniES, Henderson,K:y Central an old weaving village. 1 ne bony Felder. tJerry, Ua ..! o m a.urk. Al in. , V' Maitersoo, Bq.Sarm utoo ta, via jP spot wbero his hut was pitched comG. Hon AlexanderIt H KttpoABO 'Wb h.v rttna,: manded a magnificent view of the know that tefttad for i7Tii it in thftfeftit Vale of Athotl, with the Tay windThrob bins world ing through Its fertile haughs It beforeaver saw I Wr tried fft oth Iver Refftitotor. Vm Simmon bct was a rnagalfleeu panorama of dark hi mora than temporar t rHtf ouxi Mitor not oniv reiieo, dh wood and golden cornfield, with the TBLEORAPH AND MEftSrKOKK. Mb "tslKi '.' i OftLY HANUrACTUHKD Grampians wrapped in mist towerJ. K. ZlilLIN A CO.. PfcilUdph., Pa. ing on the skyline. The writer of the article tells a 4 PROFESSIONAL CARD. little aneodote whioh illustrates the Mil- - Jim.H. dleau, painter's qulok eye for offeots. S.lt.U. Woaotlne GLENN & WEDDING, AwaV." and ha Uad to walk ud dally through Birnara Glen. The HARTFORD, tL attendant wsa there before him (Offloo, over And.raonnaaaa.) with the picture, and one morning Will practice their profeatioi in al when the artist he the courts of Ohio arrived and adjoining conn-tie- s, told him how he bad seen a rat and court of Appeals, (special swimming across the pool. given rolfentloits. Also was most eager to see the attention Notary Public for Ohio county . same sight, and was sorry he yj';--t- z -had missed it Next time the pic.A.. Srolt2a., ture was seen there was the rat among the rushes. "And you I AW wouldn't believe the difference It mode," added the delighted 00-- II L. II server. It gavo a touch of sollUri- haotmrd, ness which nothing else could have Will practice his profession in Ohio dona Mlllais bad no thought for and adjoining counties, and oesrt ot anything but his art while he was Appeals. Special attention girea painting. "I work harder than any collections. Office east side of puVfft plowman," he would say sometimes, square. He read a little, but wrote many MShkiby Tayws. letters, and smoked Incessantly. HAT.Ir- In fact, It was said more than onoe by iltAVniN & TAYtl s t-those wbo knew Millais In the High- At Lfflwff:-;- i lands that they believed the begin- HARTFORD, KY. ning of his throat trouble was dua to his heavy smoking. He was for Perry Wester-field- , ever pulling at the short black pipe. N. Y. Post. , m& s if LAWYERS, Barnes -- MU-la- is (ii 8TT01M JT kt. , ' - i uulC:Oai Beavfr Dam, fn;c h Attorney at La Kt. R. R. WEDDING Tamable Deer. The ji ym rs miMeM 'imh c? BRYANT & 8TRATTON aKW? Muriw Oatonmada uu ymx&g&5a&m. h spoctro-photograph- eye-piec- e. 28-in- vMwslBRXEKavr old settlers living in the' mountain parks of Colorado will tell you that deer can be tamed as easily Uartfoko, Kt. as any other animal, and sometimes Will practice his profesrioi mtjimm they are bound to be tamed whether wanted or not. A settler in Sgeria ice courts' ot Unto snd wmSSngsi Park says: "A few years ago a young counties. Also Notary Publ Office, in Commercial Hotel. deer came out with our cattle and OLATON grated around with them and came fp Mr Bob McDantel and sister, Miss up to the corral at night It did not Kate, returned Saturday from a visit seem a bit frightened, and I gave it T tlmA .... Jul. . wuii v, .aJ u.wum .u...llla. wm4 to friends near Fordsville w.uv .!ll IT Tl 'B. rt l. bft 1 Miss Sinda Harris returned Friday ,next day wanted some more. profewion in al! practice -- n ,M o.n .a t.A. it from a visit to friends nnd relatives " ,!J0.illiDK IcouldaUmb. It stayed around ffi'nl in Grayson county. 6 gUtU with our oattie for several weeks, "f WtiSmii buaiuess entrusted to hie care. .... .. u Miss Joaie Daniel, of near here, is visiting ,hr state us. a 8ST. tiwimBM FifwSpring Lick. tor keeping the deer and feeoing it ... k... .. T . 4la tw JU- -. la Mrs. Mery Hoover is still improvnvw ie t. nav "IE "" 7 rVriT" k. T 7,.,11,,f"lj ing. Rev F. M, Farrts is some bet- - long time it would keep ooming back , , terat this writing. Mr T M Bond, w our piaco, In tha winter whole ol deer and elk come to the J OL! JL was called to his home in Louisville droves ranches and cannot be kept away HART Form kv loot fiflttlrflaw iaaailr Kit ta.la.M f. .nv. ww.vwj nw tfj niVIBUl from the haystacks. They are par- ,,. L.:,i"t?jLr Will v am t. '' " o.wj the bedside ol his son, who has ty- tloularly fond of alfalfa hay.'.' Den Courts of Ohio atui AJ in t i!, um aiijoimug 4MB phoid fever. ver Field and Farm. ties. opeciantttention given to '&& The dark angel of death has sgain lections. Office in Courthouse. A Wonderful Discovery, Attorney at Law, 1 " ' Attorney A a. at. jBL-iensrETr- r. "' "f r"f. at a Law, l j jUV ", 1, -- aj -ss - ? ; -- .,r,,d At OmeV - -', 1 ,.. a r ..'. rrai JR U visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. B b Daniel and claimed his mother, Mrs Minnie Daniel. Aunt Minnie, as she was familiarly called, wss about 92 years old and leaves a host of sorrotving ftiends and relatives. Her remains weie interred in the Smith burying ground near Olaton on the 10th. How sad were the words r me on last Saturday morning week that Aunt Minnie was dead, but she ii at rest. Gold v. Represented bv PtnUl Co., (.ititfyilto the Rani's t nickel-platesays that a country remitter in Regent street ww a American clock "fastened to the flffijsL Of vHpfMp, JsaVKsHKflM aiu locality took permanent l 1 W breast of his overcoat He was leave of his congregation in the fol quickly surrounded by large crowd, fit lowing pathetic manner' and in a very &mit time he was "Brothers and sister, I come to s.ay stopped by a police officer, who good-byI don't think On! loves drew his attention to the fact that this church very mch. becau.e none he was creating an obstruction. Artei' pointing out to the officer of you never die I don't think " 9yi ht to wMi love each ether very much, because I jlaDRMO. ImdmmTft dock as Some hi uevtr laarw any ol you I don't passiuir had watches consptouoi ibs mmmr T" wsl'i ,JB3"r m.'f. .fSVEa m ..UAali ftfvrflW Alw . think seaUaaalaKfc eon use yuii nave aispiayeu, no removed the tune not PSa'wi&PflfiP lar your dona- - amid roars of luughter. anil jtJK.4 !fBMSKfflffl Weetrnfns T tlorHMHMU ftts and woiiuv np oroi"d dupeivad. ttoHCroyiM ItSSHaSU S.MV . - .! .BnTAVnJ r fruits ye shall Oaiette. Mf Ml -W S ." "W rsretUia Crowns MM MM MM MMMMMiem ' Ml others. Iain iroinir lgn of Inoanltf, , Af lett set ol tsetk (so better made you to a better place I S o Matter lnHT ainch yott pay) . Dr. Burton Ward, aooordlng to called to be chaplain of a $1 up Gold filial penitential y Where I go e.nepaxt the Medical Age, declares that there IHt ItHaf 73c WImWi I come but I Ko to rrpmpUJk'r "is one infallible symptom Indicating attracting, pt tooth 35c ou anil mm the l.oidQjWS lj whether one Is sane or not, Let a Falalsss extracting with Vitalized on 5 our soul Cood tyjTSf , perton speak ever so rationally and Air 50c Extracting tree when Artificial act ever so sedately, if his or her V Telh are ordered. OSc petui inent thumbs remain inavtlvo there ib no ty orated doubt of insanity. Lunatics teklora ISJUSTASOOODrORAOULTa, make use of their thumbs when WARHANTID. PHICII EOota. writing, drawing or saluting." for Infants and Children. .BbBJSbbuL . 4f JIBPhi ERQVE5 fie.. WUktom.JKWbLWr A H Gen.l Pass'r Agent, Chicago Hanson, Imitating (tie Ladlsa. On Saturday aitprnoon a gentleman was observed walking down d trAhr' correspondent A Ferewoll. of The secret of a speedy cure in sick nrss lies in selecting the proper rem erfy and this is difficult to do unless one is sure what the ailment is. But one thing is sure, had the liver been Hctively at work sickness could not have come. It is then always ssie to MOTHERS. GIVE HEED! lake Simmons Liver Regulator which keeps the liver well regulated and all poison expelled from the system. A word ol OounaelFrom Dr. JNO. B. WILSON. A friend of mine, says Mr. La-bouchere, learned In all coanaoted OlI ..."Va with electricity, tells me that a 7. . V HAKIUMKU, KL primary battery has been discovered of such potency that to use his SPECIAL attention given to eel words big ship will be able to go O Jections, making abctrsots, Ac, to America with Its motive power also Notary Public icr Ohio County. Inclosed in a jam pot The discovery vmce norm siae ot public square "WO'riaSPM-V-was made accidentally by two LEEBIMMERMAfif Scotch boys, and has been taken up 8IP1""' by several Scotchmen of large means and of considerable business experience. London Truth. Hartfoku, Ky Will practice his in sll the Oil Lamps. Courts of Ohio ami adjoining counting When Vamps have not been used Collections carefully and promptly atcjm. for a week or more, the oil should tended to. Office with T. J. Bmit be poured out, or the stale oil will A Co. , Market Street cause aa unpleasant smell when neat it !s lighted. Hardware. AttOmeV J ii I w feSi dlJL . Attorney, at proft-auio- RE Iaw riJEfiP? :: a JrajL l IDr.. 4. umaer IND. SPECIALTY: fl IN TadTHKHILANDa Whore Mlllais Drew Inspiration for Many ot His Finest Pictures. The late Sir i hn Mlllais was, as everybody knows, exceedingly fond the l'ortushiro highlands, and or drew inspiration for of his finest pictures there. iter to the Dundee Adver- - Hartman, whose Name Has Become Known to Thousands of Mothers. Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat, hVANSVILLU, Office 416 Upp. mJHHH. First st. e. r - rwnasd 1 OWCTTOORO, .ZZ. T TA3TELE a.... IHmruA, jPaf , .m-B- .... C HI L -r M"BBv'om . TDNIC of I Ml. tol4 artlnli jour Tmto -- CASTOWA GCZ3Uc Fair Vi'wHerd OF oaoW.Sv2' In, a- IK mBK i1 f olamd PlgB-- Qhinaft, t0te4n For sale by Williams ft Bell. tfu m tbt aftre aueu ualTen.l br rmir. rv)r oo. AlV,('i -t- otl vu buelseae.onr tum s mr i3aqu7p"rrtent. fii w I r$ IT v mHU l: Jriet ' VI Come anid pairs uot akia. ea my Hwck, or write your wahla reasonable. 11 m The and $1.76. ! Kepublican i? the Courier-Journ- al i 11 WMi.ia Beatsr Dam, Ky. A lor one year Tho Republican and Louisville Commercial both one year for $1.25. MI IKu Hrv M MBT 1 ' Hfiy-- ; M tf 'JtfM 4E t1 FAITH- to travel 'or rMauMMm established house in Kce- payable $15 'o,4luo tscp, flUiary $7e. 1 Fustttou per- urn wtnaMuM psniM ncioert snr- J tuft , ,4f .aSWitwa wVfl nce -- -.JSn envelope In " laKnf, (Akago V V ; Wt 8D-HtB- RAL '"4 IV I atea or wosae mSS.Bm Tho Uloeover; SavoiI 111- - I. Iff. Mr G Catllouelte, DrugK1. Rav srsville, 111 says "To Dr King's New Discover ' 1 owe my lile Was taken with a Guppe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Hartag Dr King's New Discovery in my store I seat (or a bottle and began Its was and from the fiist doss began to get better, and alter uaing three bottles wan up and about again it is wurth jits weight We won't ke-in gold aore or aouar without it." Oet sfreV, trial at Willi .ins & Bell's Drug Store, , , Xeisoii'a Ums Wlu l'lijCPM)fr Io' llMa-loeaa large one mjm in ttm A too!) stttfH mti'm&tm Dntish M.ayHWtlWf Y. M. I a. itiaiked charactensticof the prcs-eu- t day is a multiplicity of organ ua An impoilant, indeed, an es tiotis seutial factor in the growth ot a groat organization Is its periotical confer-onc- e for fellowship, inspiration, reports of work, accomplished, comparison of methods, and laying of plans Among th tuauy for futiiei work conventions ol the veui, none prow l.ses to be ot gieuttr interest and alg iiinouicc ttiui the Annual Meeting ol tht Kentucky Young Men's Chria tia'i Assoctitlionj wh'ch is to be lieltl Hrnlurkr . A. l.nvHIu Midwinter is here. The nights are long and cold The days are short and changeable in temperatuie Cold limn ford, Ky , creep in at every crevice and draughts Will pruiUcb his proteatrion in Okie Hppcial at- occur in spite of the utmost vigilance. aad adiuiniOK counties. iZmm' atTtllilkha!?afilif- - The pMlsaco and fMgsotty off Ustiou giw to all buaitajMs eorut4ki wtathers tStor keep the bevwe-- huildiog. tsOs that too ftnsi dotal hapowted in Perthshire was "Tha bold safe from cliruittir dlsesses. Fringe of the Moor." The painter Colds soon develop into chrpnic cawas then 11 ring at St. Mary's Tower. tarrh. A cough rapidly becomes conARMI8TJEAD JONWL kM ' The soene o the picture was oa the sumption. Lagrippe undermines the f bill behind Kennaooll, a bold gray system daageroruuy. Influenza leaves 'rook which rises abruptly on the HABTJ-ORD- , KY.. injuries to bead and throat, hard to north side ot Strathbrean, unme remove. All these things the mother Will practice iu all the Courts of Ohio ,diately over the Rumbling bridge. Hpe-jiat- sod adjoin ing eounbiea. houseThere the painter directed his hut strives in vein to guard her Office to oolleeiioas. How cm iibc best do teutiou gien to be ereutttd, a substantial wooden hold against with County Attorney structure with a large skylight in it' First get some leiu n.i Seca Drun Man the oof open to the west. Millais' ond, send to The rV-rV, b ta think k4 sons aiatibl big pictures usually occupied six ufaoturing Company, Columbu'-- , O'no Wanted-- An fhlfef topAMCIL He always for a free copy of weeks to u tluy or two latest &?Un:Lr JftKlJrWii"-- ". Wi", you wfwns came duiing the first woek of W. iwu twaairi f ut tbir book on the climatic diwahcs nl wiu amjo, lint utblue too, O O luvaunatui $ w an4 inul went away about the -ter This biok, 111 jiIhiu nd inect . -middle of November informs, tht utothti caattl) n a Hi 5 ttmm T!..., was of course tl t'.rai' of languaKC lOOjJr 00 It. awittrOM . Ju. Bo. nu 41 ytur Uiat the autumn tiuts were la what to do in all oi tilt lialulitien und emergencies resulting from wmlry elaalt Wwt bomul iiii) their glory, and the painter grudged 7 ss a tit 6 30 pm Not only will she be able I, lAMllkVllla-I- , to lose uu hour, so evanescent were weather ' she knows 7 M UianilentiuJn their hues This was probably one to prevent distuned but y 41, so In cas.e I. Irvingtoii of the reasons why ho painted on exactly how to cure them 8 58 iu Ifi any point, if the 1. SlrphatijM rt Sunday, a fact which rather soan- - she la doubtful on to 47 9 18 book does not fully explain it. she 1, Clovatpoit tUluiwt the Bcoti countryfolk. 11 ii at L llswebvillv: 944 has only to write a letter to Dr Onoe the man aMMMfatnser rying bis J 15 p mio 4 any, time, and ohe will receive L Ooojiialxirt) tared to a fit answer ss quickly as possible. Ai Hsodemoa . palnuug pi (15 ye not What untold miser, this would save remonstrate No 4. No. 44, r ma tht world Jf every mother would hood daily daily think It's sinful, KT-Seat bovutd 1 30 a m S5 pni a to carry pictam aMTihiags on thiaMrfsMMa P cures a cold L Honuaaooa . 8 . i Vi aOtV Tli artist .aWMi3ili.q any medicine in the L Owsdsbato Sabbath th y i t, Uaweevtlte . 4 U uain ssuie cough laughed BUI ikisuumI lmn puiuiptly y 3 5 7 I, Oovport e beat, if not the only that sflBfewr iruilt iitUifluvl t' tlii 10 ii 1, SSWjkeuiH.it S Ml drvin vnkd on bis own shoul- awiW remedy fonatarrh ;tand act r. . H ,1 I, livlngton U yiippe iu the Hills ami "'ISmsmHT II OJS A book of te.timunlals sent L Bnndonbnig r v' A inted on tlm um Ar IntSviHe ' 45 V m UiaUi l'' iu t iIhv$ WNsmH itted J.B. VICKEBg, Attorney at Law, flf "; A t2B 1 fit trls es, Attorney At law al tarn ir ($&&&& MBMffW 8Bra5SHI !- 4"" m u 11 Idea i - , 1 3t' 4. SJ 4 Hatt-msn- "Si yr MWo tu-n- . hdHI '''ittT'-'ipSMi- u tt Jn' ''.. , 1 Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, IANUYRY 23, 1897. RMeMBMMeHOM Republican Convention on February 13. Bo nt your voting place. KRMBsinEit tho ol policy without recognizing that it Offloo on Fox Stroot. Iisunl Ki try frlilant Hnrlforit, Ity. SAM A. ANDERSON Subscription, $1.25 pot yoar Entered tit the at Hartford as second class mail matter. post-oITi- ce TnnitE aro good mon in tho Republican party to fill all tha offices and every Republican should attend Mi Editor. precinct convention on February 13. Announcements Dentpcratio Ticket. ty announce ELI II. DROWN As a candidate for Circuit Judge ol the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. V; are HUilto'rutd We are authorized to announce W. T. OWEN as Cirwis a candidate lot cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce For County Attorney J. B. VICKERS As a candidate for the office of Couns ka ty Attorney 01 Ohio county, subject Vo the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce F. L. FELIX As a candidate lor the office oi County Attorney oi Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Republicans of Ohio county ielcct their candidates on February 13th. Every Republican in tlio county should boat bis voting place and assist in naming the ticket. ' l Fusion in Henderson county has been given a hard Wow by the announcement of Mr. Hawkins, a silver 1(0, who says ho is going to mako the race for Sheriff, having been shut out Jby the agreement. f Tun banquet nt the Louisville Hotel last Thursday night in honor of Sam J. Roberta, lato Chairman of the Campaign Committee, was a success in every particular. Plates were laid for ono hundred, and tho list, included, besides tho Louisville Republicans who provided tho entertainment, Congressman and defeated candidates for Congrrss, members of State Central Committee and members of State Executive Committee. Hon. Clias. Ballard presided as toastmoster, and at his right sat Hon. Sam J Roborts, the guest of the ovoning, and on his Tbo Ion Hon. C. M. Barnett. speakers of the eveuing wero Hon. Sam J. Roberts, Hon, John W. Yerkcs, Hon. A. E. Willson, Hon. E. T. Franks, Hon. Cbas. Richie and Mr. Barnett Hon. CM. Barnett. responded to tho sentiment, "Great principles and thorough organization always win; in times of peace preTho Louisville papare for war." per's reports of the speakers', speak in highest terras ot all the speeches. Mr. Barnett's effort, which was a plea for continued 'compact organization aod party harmony, was cspci The best of feelcially commended. ing prevailed nt the meeting, and it will have a good effect hereafter. Ilnril Tlnira nre Going The Ram's Horn says: Hard times ate vanishing as fast na damp and heavy clouds dissolve in the path of the rising sun. Furnaces are beginning to roar again in full blast, ocean steamships are furrowing the seas with cargoes of grain, going eastward, and with gold, coming westward. Men smile, women sing, and all but universal anthem of praise and thanksgiving is swelling heavenward to the throne ol bounty and of grace. But alter all, times have not been so hard as they once were. A great deal of the panic has been in our brains, and not in our business. The great majority of people have lived about the same. The fact is, few of us know what "HardTimes" means. As a friend recently said: "We talk about 'hard times,' while we eat beef steak at 20 cents a pound; oysters, at 50 cents adozen, and three kinds of bread at the same meal; we groan it as we lead our morning and evening papers, our plentiful magazines and our costly libraries; we dream of it In our soft and springy beds, while ourcoaWed furnace keeps the whole house warm; we maunder offices, about it in our shout it through our telephones, ring the changes on it as we send telegrams and take expensive summer outings. We meet in our political, social, literary and business conven tions, and ring the changes ou while we are spending fortunes with railroads, hotels, restaurants and places of amusement." Some howling silvercrat organs continue to contribute tho bank fail, ures to tho McKinley Administration months before McKinley is inauguUnsound business Bryan-israted. Ac.,- - in banking is as disaster-ou- s Bad banking as it is in politics. caused these failures. The Republicans of Breckinridge county will .hold a primary election February 27, to nominate candidates for the various county offices to be Among the filled next November. list of announced candidates we see tho name of Mr, Jesso R. Eskridge Mr. Est for County Attorney. ridge is one of tho foremost young lawyers of the Stale and if given the nomination for County Attorney he will be a sure winner. EvEYwnEitE all over Kentucky element in where tho both tht Democratic and Populist parties have attempted to fuse for county offices there has been a great The Popukick from both parties. lists have about converted the Democratic party and should always demand that their device bo used on the ballots. The Populists cannot afford to give up their principles in order to accommodate a few officeseekers in the Democratic party. office-seeking would cause an lmraenseand disaster-ot- u disturbance of business. The silver craz; would never have Wrltouof lila SouthornTrlp amounted to anything, the problem School Facilities, &o. of a single or double standard would linve been gradually brought toward CAM1U.A, Ga., Jan. 14, 1897. a settlement without a panic, if it had Kind Editor: We shall Indeed be not been for the reckless effort to grateful to you for a permit to have overthrow, in a day, a system to insetted in the columns of your newwhich the business cf the country had sy sheet a few lines from the pen ol adjusted itself for 100 years, and un- one who has not forgotten the ties der the fullest development of which that bind men together as friends it had, for thirty years, proposed to a and brothers. degree uncqualcd in the history of We do not desire to consume much the world. These are facts to be ret ' of your valuable space in your paper membered in talking about tariffs. and would be unkind to ask it, but There was never a more unbusiness- - merely desire to note somethings that like, unstatesmanllke and destructive will make known our whereabouts policy emanated by a party than the and be of interest to those who may declaration in the Chicago platform chance to read them. al, that all protective duties are After spending a few days in Floriand pledging itself to wipe da, we decided to make the "Buz-zard- " them lrom the statute book, utterly State a visit and so we came to and at once, and disaster was as sure this beautiful little city of twelve to follow the success of a party.pledg-e- d hundred inhabitants, the county seat to such a policy as day is to follow of Mitchell county. was not simply the annight. It We do not mean that there are nouncement of a theory that cause! twelve hundred white people id the the trouble, but the declaration of a place, for we are assured that three purpose, and the exhibition of power fourths are black to. carry the purpose into effect. This is the case throughout the We do not believe that any intelliSouth and one can readily see why gent and unbiased student ol the this is true. The weather Is warm campaigns of 1890 or 1892, after a full during the entire year and the colored consideration ol all the elements enrace, admire and appreciate that kind tering into them, will decide that of climate, very much. j a either was meant as a verdict against Camilla is a business town and the McKinley bill or protection. and while there are six or seven Anybody who does, th nk so must churches there is also a fine school admit that the verdict was reconsidbuilding. The people are " ered and reversed in the election of people and while they do not Commercial. 1893, '94 and '95 fail to look after their business interests and the general interest of the nidslm town they spare no pains and means UBila trtrr to make strangers feel perfectly at X Tir? home. The Indirect Effect or Protection. Here we find Kentucky hoipitallty The Secretary of the Treasury in and we are forcibly reminded of the his last annual repott undertook to fact that Southern peoptearethe same show that tariff" protection could not wherever yoa meet them. be ery important because only a few This State Is somewhat behind in million of the workingmen engaged school work, but is fast coming to in protective industries were directly the front and ere long Georgia will helped by protective dntirs favoring rank among the foremost In educathe industries in which they were en tional interests. gaged, while more were employed in There are but eight branches in the industries not protected. Increasing common school curriculum and white the advantages of even a few million the examinations are easier, in some of our workingmen is something respects, than in other States, tEey wotth considering, but the Secretary are more rigid In others. Mr. J. H. like most doctrinaire free traders, ig- Powell is Superintendent of this nored the indirect effects of protec- county and while he is growing In I uncon-stution- BUB the unrestricted competition or cheap tabor, the Chinaman would come out ahead every time He is the ono who would survive. It would be the sur-- 1 vival of the one fittest to endure the ' most evil conditions. This is just what Free Trade means It means literally unrestricted competition be- tween the labor of American workmen and the labor otthe mm who represent the lowest civilization on earth, What the result would be is obvious The American people want none of It Economist. Is oisontUl to health. Ererjr nook and corner ot the system Is reached by tha blood, and on Its quality the condition ot every organ Good blood means strong nerve, good digestion, robnat health. Impnre blood means scrofula, dyspepsia, h or other dUeaice. Thesurett way to have good blood it to take Hood's BarupailUa. This medicine purifies, and enriches tho blood, and send (the elements ot health and strength to VANE IttlW. every nerve, organ and tisane. It creates Kev. J. D.Duncan filled hts regular a good appetite, glyog refraining sleep appointment here last Saturday and and euros that tired fooling. Remember, Sunday. Rev. Jirnagln wilt preach here next Sunday, Mr. Verg Stewart is on the sick Good ( ATTENTION HEPUtJ t'onntr Convention to tlillF lor C'onntjr ol !! Blood rheoma-.tlm,cUrr- C'tlll lo Heel Ml Hal Hominy, "b, IS, III VRKCincr convention' 1 list Mr. J. O. Wilson and wile visited in the neighborhood teceutlv. Mr J. W. Craig and daughter, of White Run, visited relatives in this vicinity last week. Miss Emma Llles. near Mt. Pleasant, visited the family ol J.G Wilson last week. Anderson. ruin who stopped his paper through the postofEce, without setn tllng came to town last week, and after catching the measles dropped in onus, and said "It was the most cowardly and contemptable thing a man can be guilty of, and don't say anything about it for I have been ashamed to look .1 mm iu the face since, here 1 ymir money and I want the paper for another year." There is hope for this man, but he was nearly torn past patchlnsr. Plalndealer. A OA8TOHIA. Do not allow your system to get weak and debilitated It Is easy to keep well and strong by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. years, he is quite enthusiastic and A large manufacturer of leather re- good results are the products of his cently wrote this in reply to a ques- zeal. tion about the effect of duties on his We cannot say more for our friends business: "We are not directlv afin old Kentucky at this time, but foreign shall write again before we go importation of fected by to goods, but are indirectly very much Cuba. Bun. affected by it, as it lessens the sale of our produce to a great many of our to-M customers who Suffer directly from ill llBlll mr tSrutui impottatlons of foreign goods in their wn K tion. OAOTOIIXA. GZa&ffl&5&4( it line." That is the way carpenters and blacksmiths and street car drivers and thousands of other men who are engaged in industries not subject to foreign competition are affected by the tariff People with whom they deal, peop'e who furnish them custom, people on whose prosperity the activity and prosperity of their busi- Mn Wbo Mop" III Paper. Speaking of the fellow who "stops" his paper because of something or other it says or thinks that doesn't happen to suit him, the Danville Advocate draws a pretty good picture. It says: Watch him as he prepares for the The tragedy. He feets red In the face, prances up and down his room for an hour, swells up until he resembles a ness depends, are helped by protection and injured by fiee trade, and they Our Milliinl Impendence. Here lathis country we are depend- are affected, beneficially or injuriousent upon each other, no matter what ly, according as their customers fate. our occupation may be. All of ns Business ties reach out in all direcwant good times, good wages, good tions and one prosperous protected Wm. Industry helps the business ol thousprices, and good markets. ands whose connection with it cannot McKinley. Ex. are forever; and be shown on tariff schedules The eternally, trying to stir up class feelPlenri-j- r mm Abcees. ing. They tell Jhe workmen that the "1 was taken with pleurisy in my Tariff hurts them and helps right side and bad an abscess in my Protective the manufacturers. They tell the stomach at the same time. Icongbed farmers that the Protective Tariff badly and suffered very severely. I hurts them and helps the industrial did obtain relief from physicians, and classes. They tell everybody that the seeing so much about Hood's Sarsa Protective Tariff hurts them and helps pariila I began taking it. I soon beeverybody else; that it hurts the con gan to improve and when I had taksumers and helps the producers. It en four battles I was completely The majority of tho free silver pas is quite inconsistent with the utter cured." M. E Mann, Demossvilte, of the for ev- Ky. pers of Kentucky are continuously disregard erything but theoiies for them to see crying hard times and charging it all Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. every one in this country is a to the McKinley administration be- that consumer and every one a producer; Obltnnry. fore the administration begins. In On the night of January I, 1897, that the entire industrial system Is a lluil-te- r regard to such the Madisonville great enterprise. The the angel of death visited the home says: of Mr. and Mrs Marion Williams and farmer produces food for the manu"Don't sit down and wait lor pros- facturer to consume and the manufac- claimed from them their darlln; boy, perity to rotue by legislature, but ro to work and bring as much of it as turer produces goods for the farmer to little Marlon, end wafttd his gentle possible by individual effort. While consume. The manufacturer of boots spirit to a land unknown How shojk it is true that times are hasd, vet it and shoes consumes the products of ed and grieved were the hearts of his will make then none the easier by many friends and relatives when the eternally complaining of these same the manufacturer of clothing, and vice sad news was told. Little did think I versa. The workman gets woik when times." the manufacturer has a market for his as 1 listened to that prattling tongue TneOwcnsboro Evening Prat is products and gets good wages when bnt a few weeks ago that it would be But the opposed to fusion with other parties the manufacturer gets good prices. the last time on eaith. for tho sake- of office. In a recent In Major McKinley's words. "We brightest flowers are the first to fade, are dependent upon each other." and we must bow in submission to issue the Preu say Of all thincs a lti Hard rimes are felt everywhere and the will of Gol who doeth all things f or any other prosperity touches every one. We well. He is gone( but we'll never JJaum, by which ' traction ol the ollices are bartered have had enough of Free-Tra- de hard forget (bat smiling faee. He will be away is the worst. It is even cor- times and are ready to go back to In our dreams, fioatiugo'erour minds rupt When a known Democrat like like shadows on the moonlit waters, Econo-misJohu Hawkins, ot Henderson, who Protection and Prosperity. We rejoice that we have a hope of has served his party always, faithfulmeeting little Marion in that beautily giving up his own wishes for the Thing f be Remembered . sake oi harmony and success, desires ful beyond where no sorrow comes, It must not be forgotten that the and where pitting is no more Dear to run tor an office for wiiich he Is in the camlull? qualified, and which a majority demand pi the of his party and the people would like paign of 1892 was for a reduction of parents and little sit tew, while there Is ono less at hume there is one mo're stite-me- nt to see him fill, is met with the from his committee when he revenue, the then existing laws hav- in Heaven, one who in stinding at desires to announce his candidacy, ing the eflect cf producing a surplus. that beautiful gate beckoning you to that he cannot run as a Democrat, The McKinley bill was a bill for the right hand of God. Alien. that the office has been sold and the the revenue. No measure evnomination delivered to a member of er passed, by Congress was more Ulvn It n Trnl another party to be paid for In votes On receipt of It was tot cents, cash or which he is supposed to be able to grossly misrepresented, "V .control, the time has come when par- an excessively high tariff measure; it stamps, a grnerour sample will be ti? allegiance seems to be a virtue. had the largest free list of any tariff mailed of I he most popular Cat mh This Is what happened to Hawkins, bill ever passed, and it was the most and Hay P.ver.Cui (Ely's Cream and he shows his manhood by refuslogical and fairly balancBalm) mulcirnt to demonstrate its ing to accept the result of this cor systematic, great merit. Pull size 503 rupt deal, and announces tor office as ed ever enacted. an independent candidate. The EveELY BROTHERS, It leduced the revenues, but it pro-- J ning Press Is willing to surrender a duced sufficient revenues until the 56 Warren St., New York City. good many things to party orgnlzi-- . election of Mr. Cleveland on a plat-fir- m My son was (filleted with catarrh tlon, but it will not agree to a surren-pledging him and his party to Liuduced him to try Bly'a Cream. der of manhood and honor for the Txi&kt of office. If it can be of any repeal it and wipe out every vestige Balm and the disagreeable catarrhal ( service to Mr. Hawkins he has only of protection from our statute books. smell nil kit him. He appears as . to say how or when or where, and it There had not been a tariff, from the well a any one J C. Olrastead, l at his service." '" r foundation ol the Government, that Areola. III. . . did not give some protection, and for thirty years previous to 1892 tbeie Thotnt Tal?fnnl Leslie Ifnes, of rmre wnnre 111 rtn iaikl had been high proteitlvr dutlf 8, and color, were ai tested Tuesday charged I Bt IXnigfc firrup. Tutaouri. UMl It was mere imbecility to propose such vvjtl) having toleu a bedstead off the laiinitt. rota prnrm'' an BDsoiuic,raqicaianuao'iipt cirnnge premises of Mrs Gregory. break in tho Democratic party is widening every day, and since the eilverites have shown a disposition To into an alliance with their hated true Dem enemy the Poptilists-rth-e ocrats are keeping aloft from them. They claim that thcro "can bo no medium grounds,'' and if Democracy is right Populiatism is wrong or vice versa. The Louisville Tiwet says: "Congressman Owen expresses the opinion that there will be no union oi the silverits and the Democrats in Kentucky, because the silver men are not willing to give up the issue even ia local contests. Mr. Owens is The! Democratic party will right. never be uaited until the ten lost tribes return to the true faith." The hotairbalooa at the bursting point, grabs his pen and does the bloody deed He seldom goes in person to the editor. Perhaps he fa at raid that he might kill the editor if hedil, or that the editor might die of fright at his Ineorreel. Depnty Jailer John M. Asyby has f R. I BAKER returned f rom Wickliffe, Ky , where AND Clerks: i ke has been to secure affidavits of bis T. O. BAKER. whereabouts on the night the mob No greater calamity can befall a attempted to break into the Hender son jail. He filed the affidavits in person than ill health. Coughs and colds in themselves are not serious the Henderson court and moved that maladies. The more trival coneh or the indictment be dismissed, but cold if neglected, may lead to asthma, Judge Givens refused to dismiss it, I bronchitis, or consumption. The saying it would do no harm to wait right time to treat a cough or cold is right away. Delay means danger. awhile. It is thought, however, that Dr. Bell's Is a quick lie will shortly dismiss the indictmsnt cure, a sure cure and a safe cure. against Mr. Ashby. Druggista sell it Fcr sale by Z. Some of the Henderson papers Wayne Griffin & Bro stated that Mr. Ashby had gone to Henderson to bring suit against the county for indictiug him He says, however, that he never thought of such a thing, and that he has no in- Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democr- at tention of doing so in the future He says that what he dislikes most about the indictment is it might injure his 81.76. father, who is a candidate for te election as jailer, and that that is the rea Most druggists sell you what you son he is in a hurry to have the case ask for. Some will ask you to take dismissed. He says he feels confisomething which tbey claim is "just dent that Judge Givens will soon clear as good." Sometimes a little more proGit Induces them to do this. Dr. him of all connection with the case. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the best Owccsboro Messenger. cough, cold and grip cure. After you try it once you will like it to well to Villi Itcettiuo Jnnnnry 31. The Reynolds Coal Company will accept any substitute. For sale by resume operations Januiry 31. a't Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. m 11 Reynolds' Station. The Reynolds Notice coat is regarded by many as mines At a call meeting of the County the cleanest and best ever put on the Republican Executive Committee last market Monday at the Court House It was agreed that the convention to nomi- At a meeting of tho Ropn Committee of Ohio county held TTartforJ, Ky., on Saturday, Nov. 28tb, 1800, it was ordered that tho Republican voters of Ohio county bo called to meet in Convention at tho Court House In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Fob. 15, 1897, at 10:80 o'clock a. m. to nominate candidate for tho various county aud Justices district ofticea fo bo olected Nov.. 2, 1897, i It was also ordered that tho Kepub lican voters ot Ohio county be.callod: ; It the belt In tut the One True Blood rurlHer. to meet at their reipectivo voting precincts on Saturday, Feb, 13,1897, HOOd S FillS lake, to operate, ssa. at 1:30 o'olock p. m. to select dele- -' .J gates to represent and cast tho voto of tor Bute A scholarship in the Lexington their precincts in tho aforesaid Coun- Business College. A scholarship in ty aud Justicoa diitriot conventions. Bryant and Stratton Business College. It was furthermore ordered that i A scholraship in King's Commercial the basis of representation ' allowed College. A scholarship in Kenyon j each precinct In said County and College. i Apply at this office and we will save Justices Conventions shall bo ono you big money. J vote for every 25 and fraction over 12 cast by said precinct for Samuel Kasb, the first named Republican on tho ticket voted fur at the election Novembers, 1890, provided thatntt- - P' precinct be deprived ol having at ) least two delegates and votes. This F. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., will allow precincts to name delegates j 531Wo8t Markot Stroot Bo as follows; J 6 East Hartford twnon 5th and 6th, . . . , , 5 WestHartlord . Beda ,5 . . , 5Sulphur Springs ! Magan 6 ,' Cromwell ,6 Hoods Sarsaparilla tij I -- 1 ri s 5H AUSTIN HOTEL ... Louisville. Ky, ,t ...... . ..... .' '. . . - Cool Springs Rockport Select Horse Branch Roslne Beaver Dam McIIenry Centeitown Smallhoua '2 .5 8 6 7 4 '1. ' i ,6 7 5 3 ; East Fordsvllle . . WestFordsvllle Aetnaville Shreve Olaton Bulord , , ..... . ... ....3 .3 ,.3 . . 6 2 i v ( Republican Tho and the St. Louis one year for '. 4 HefHn a Making total 10S NecesMry to nominate . . . . 55 At precinct conventions, known '. party affiliation and a pledgO'fo'sup- - " port and voto for AM. nominee of . . tbo aforesaid county and justices ditV trict conventions, will bo rcquired.ot,., . alt voters proposing to take" jiart J; therein. Youngmen who havo never voted and tboso who will be ,21 yeair of ago before November 2, 1897, with: qualifications above stated, may alto participate and voto in their respective precinct convention!. All precinct delegates are- - urged to,, bo ot County Convention on time as, convention will bo called to order promptly at 10:30 o'clock a. m, Y.A.GiB80if,Chm,n Co.Rep.Com. Jko.P. Morrroic.Sec'y Barlletts ........ y WEAK ME9i MADE VHQR8IS. figgySf Free-Trade- rs Free-Trade- approach. And after he "stops" his paper, and the paper does not shrivel up and die he wonders at its hold on life afttr he has withdrawn his support. In fact, as time goes on, the paper appears to grow larger, while he gets smaller and smaller In truth, so curious does he become at this strange result madness, that be gets In the habit of borrowing and reading his neighbor's copy of the paper just to see how it is getting' along since he quit. If he will jump into a pool of water filty feet deep and get a photograph of the hole that is left affer he disappears beneath the surface, he will obtain something of an idea of the impress ion he made upon the paper's posper-itKeep lie. Mlddle-oMibe-Koa- d. nate a Republican icandidate for Representative from Ohio county, would be called nt the time of the Convention to nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth a Attorney and Clerk of the Court of Appeals, &c, and not at the Convention called to nominate.coun-tofficers on February 15. W A. GibsoM, Ch'm'n. Jno. P Morton, Sec'y. y If ftJI : ftlifrl 21&M. qtiV&r. in MY. I ecu powfnllr wd CiTm! M Yonns bin KnlalMt tuir.hood! M oUnri mp r9oTrycaiMulfljrar. .AtotsuiT uoar-- . i;arifg-Tva- . Rmt Vitality. enter ;, ViUimt MmrrVWuilif l2 " ol nit bM or IUOM Ml ni a't tfKttelf Intafeltr d4 eoftnmrtloa. &U tret lorn. Ward Uont Ut droijlol ImpoM m woruitM ntwtittie on M.q roaNn.aJt,71il0;rreitlrirnau InulnUfi tIr.!,., Jt . O' tor mS, mikJL lVrlttenUnantatM (OarasrlteniMi tha Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bio, TIMS TADI.K I. V. St. R. DAM, KY. GOING BAST. DRAY ' - y. 11 The Free Republic, the official organ of the Populist pirty, intheState, says: - one-hal- Out in Idaho the silver Democrats in the Legislature deserted their Populist ajlles, and joined with the Republicans to organize the House. ' Goodl Now let the Idaho Populists .sue for a complete divorce an the ground of desertion, and hereafter let the Democratic politicians tote their own skillet, '" 1 9100 newnril 100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that isCatarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catanh Cnreis taken internally acting directly Uxn the blood and- raucous surlaces ot tne system, thereby destroying the foundation ofthe disease, and giving 'the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powens, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure Send for Address, list of Testimonials. F. J CHENEY & CO , Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Halls Family Pills are the best. ER Local Freight No 392 a 6 00 a. m. No. ,222 a 1 02 pvm, ., Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mall ' i GOING WBST. 1 No. 201 a 7 Mail No. 32 1 a 12 25 p. m. J Local Freight No. 391 a 3 25 p m. , Fast Mail H. MaaRicc, Act. tny Toor Idoui ts FraiidJOIIW WZUDKMiURH OOTFltaalwwltta. WHW AMm, MTt, Wubllttno. D. O,. tot Uulf jT.HO urtn fcf fto4 Uf I Iwo fcwdrM ol mtmUou viomA. Ufnnfnrl InI Irlnn WVW nrlllir?ll""MI llinrl n wow hbm iiuiituu mi iuuu ttlt loriU'Mtt J ; triui t, 1 s If the Populists hadnot furnished the votes, there would have been no Democrats in the Legislature to'speak of. The Democrats always betray thelr allies. Better keep in the middle of the road and let me Dummies noc their own 'latere. The SturTlvnl of Hie rilleel. tell us that under The e there would be the free working of nature's law and that it would be the "survival ofthe attesti" If they knew a little more about Pree-Tiade- rs Free-Trad- flnrlilen'a trnlca Balve. The Best Salve in the wotld for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is Isuaranteed to trlve oerfect satisfaction V..J .A"' Price as cents - refunded. by Williama & y .. '"Vlijf Cor sale 131 yr. l- Rlpana Itlpans Rlpans Ulpans Hlpans Tabules, Illnani Tabules cure nausea. Tabules: at drumtsta. Tabules cure- diislnesi, Tabule? cure headatke. Tttbulea curp flawtf nst, - ; Ulparfs TftBuloa IUpani. Tabula Iilpans Itlpans Illpana Mpans ettn'Iytpht.- Rlpansrabu!;i . "m: FLO RIDA. liRBNANDO COUNTY, Tabules cura blllousnau. one tire rllof a Tabules euro Indigestion . . Tabules euro torpid liver, , Tabules ; gentle cathartic. ., Tabules cure constipation. . ntpans Tabules; for sour atomaoh. Rlpans Tabules; pleasant lasnklve'.' itlpans TaDuies.curo liver troubles. a!tbcdltloa. cure braoti. - ' .a ' .if tn Hernando, Hotel. Winter Health Report The place for any who are affected with pulmonary, lung, throat or chest troubles. Write for booklet: also for list of valuable lands and homes for settlers; land growiug corn, tobacco, sugar cane, oranges aud all fruits, oats, etc. Propetty at remarkably lowpriceu. AddtCSS, J. WATKIH3 LXK, Brooksyilu?, Btooksvllle, Fla. FAITH " ful mea or women to travel for responsible established house In Kentucky. Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent. Reference, Enclosed self--, envelope. The addressed stamped National, Star Building, Chicago. X ANTET-SEVERAL r ,wa 5it, Frbb , - & ' nwum r I nrewm what "survival of the attest" means, they would not tak eo much about" it. Jt means the survival ofthe one who best fits Into exiting conditions, not Hie one fittest to turvive because The Chinaman 01 superior qualities who eats rats and mice and lives In filth and rqunlor can turvive under conditions which wpuld kill an American, who is the product ol a higher civlllzttlon and who requires comfort and cleanliness tor his body and food for his mind s well. It is evident that a Chinaman could live more cheaply than an American. And i OuftOrriet Is tad Wf cOKCur MUnlia Ut Us4 I rtMofA fraai Wauhfnrtoa Sad V odL dr twinjr or pfoto with duotp II MttftUbU o sac In alt tlon. . t(l .L.A f.. tM. w uw wit uumk L m wmi V ui nt 2Kms ,lAl..i mA JIMH Wlll uu 4 J. Ul.l. IMIUIKU UH1 4tMtraiacMCOA4acU4(or Modcmatc .... rriscc u.. patentfit, 9 ..i eftU tl M 11.1 X'crttnnl. medical reference book to any person filleted with.aay special, chronic or delicate, dlseas ' peculiar to their sex. Address jthb leading physicians aad sursjeopf of the United States, Dr. IUtbawav Jc Co., 70 Dearborn Stret,-Cblt;- f 4 e ' & ir. i A Jcwt vi if J. FMrMllT."HMfMObulPtu,"llliJ ol florid(lTF2.lPrH, '' THE FARM, MID NO nSlfl CMtf. mu In the U. 8. and JWM MW. IUWIIM, hntf ntuMimt O.A.SNOW&CO. n. a. Orr. ftimt Arriot. WteMmsToa. commusKy la hippy, the most delightful part ol the State, Send forcopy of A prosperous ftttrr,H4m i ;,, i1F nllowing I (pto rw. L ft W&- s rjmw-si?- E -- r -a KiiJ iJ -- v i LJJL.LJ Bring your eggs and feathers Carson & Co. a to The newest thing in ladies Shoesifs an Ox Dlood. Ask Cnrson & Co , to show them to you a. 5; Awarded tfrgheefc Honors World' Fair. rj;:y I;1;'; !,j;i ; ',y tw;i y ;.;;:i , V Misb Marga: M-TliI- TFoynro .11 ir Bros. & Co. Vat a nfce hair trim or shave call on flulllngtoj: T i V, jlcan 1 v"kJpuk? at lir,hopv " BARGAINS COME AT ONCE. t last long. lot of bed comforts sold for 75c. now 59c. 6 dozen French woven corsots, sold for 50c now 39cts. One lot of colored rick-raobraid sold for 20c per bunch, now 5c. One lot children gossamers sold for $1.00 now 25c. 50 doz. ladies bordered hemstitched handkerchiefs were 10c now 5c. 1 lot bed blajikets, all wool, sold fprr$3.00 and $3.50' now $2.50 and $3.00. 1 lot of men shoes sold for $3, now $2. 1 lot overcoats sold for $3.50 now $2.50. 1 lot Beaver overcoats sold for $5, 7, 8.50 now $3.50, 4.75 and 6.00. L lot ladies Jackets sold for $5 now $3.75. New line men shoes $1, 1.25 and 1.50. k " Y u aaa buy n J: J cloak lor $5 Carsou & Cn's. ii We expect one case of Calico, good II you want the latest thing In n stout goods 2,400 yards to sell at 4 ladies shoe sec Carson & Co. cents. Carson & Co. i.i lA.hi Remember Bulllngton, the barber shoe lor We have a lovely is the place to get your hair trimmed a lady. Send for a pair and try up in nice style. Carson & Co them. Remember wehave everything kept Esqr. J. A. Park is confined to his In a first class Grocery store. room at his home on account of a Path Duos severe attack of rheumatism. We are offering some big bargains The pupils of Central Grove school in odds and ends to close them out. will give an exhibition at the school-hous- e Carson & Co. next Tdursday and Friday M od - Don't go around with your face Jookiugso bid, but go to Bullington nt and have Dim to fix you up DR si 1 ;i ,1:.4;., '' ,;; ; urn. ' : v;: tit: mis CREAM CLOTHING, CLGTB! IMhING POWDHt MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Cr pe Cream of Tsrtir Powder. Frei from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A Now is the time to buy a new suit, as we are anxious to reduce our stock, Carson & Co. We still have a few pair ol Anders son's Ware forever Shoes that we will close out at $1 00. Carson & Co. nights. Judge Eli II. Drown, of Owensboro, Democratic candidate lor Circuit Judge in this Judicial Disttlct, was with his many friends in Hattford this week. Wo can sell you a lull size Bedstead We will sell you goods for the next 60 days at prices that will cause you to wonder how we can do it. Come to Hartford where you can get what you want. We play second "Fiddle" to no one. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHIONS FAIR BROS, & CO., Proprietors, TKe Next Term of the Beaver Dam Seminary i and Hattford Packet Evansvllle steamer Peanklshaw leaves Evansvllle for Hartford every Wednesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock p. m. Return-leave- s Hartford for Evansville every Friday and Monday at 8 o'clock a. m. , and will arrl ?e at Evansville every Tuesday and Saturday at 1 1 o'clock a. m, and will give at least fifteen business hours at Evansville on MonMrs. Webster Cate, for scalding Mr. day's trip. For cheap rates or freight Foreman at Sulphur Springs, came and passage apply on boat or to J as up last Saturday for trial, but owing F. Carson, agent. Your patronage is to the condition of Mr. Foreman the solicited. Srrvbr Bros., case was postponed until the 26th, Managers, and she washeld under aft.ooo bond, ' JIKOO and her husband, Mr. Webster Cate, Rev. A. W. Dodson has moved to signed the bond. the Concord neighborhood and owing Mr. R. R. Wedding has been invlt-e- d the absence of the pastor preached at ' by Mr. J. C Hohelmer to .deliver that place Sunday. an address on education at Magan, Tom Coghlll who had a scrap'with January 26. Mr. Hohelmer is teach- some boys in Owensboro, was ing the public school at Magan and not hurt as bad as reported. his school willclose on thatday. Mr. Henry Allen is staying with his Wedding has accepted the invi- grand father in the Washington neigh tation and will deliver the address on borhood who is quite sick. that day. The church at Concord has called Rev W. D. Cox for their pastor this The revival is still In progress at the Methodist Church, and a great year. Dyer Lowe has bought the ChArlts deal of Interest is being manifested by both saint and sinner. Large crowds Winsatt land near this place rnd will Plow Boy. greet the minister oa every coming move onto same. at (1.35, also one good Wardrobe for $7.50, one Bedroom suit lor $15.00. Everything else in proportion. Cahson & Co. The person who took my duster from the Methodist Church one night this week will please be as honest to return it as he was dishonest to take it and he will not be exposed as I R. A. Crows. have his name. Mr, Jno. M. Hudson, of Beaver Dam, is announced this morning as a candidate for Magistrate in the Ko sine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party in Mr, Hudson is a lifeconvention. long Republican, n good man, and if nominated and elected he will make a good official. The case of the Commonwealth va. The infant child of Mr. Steve WillMr. A. C, Taylor, a former student of Hartford College, has gone to iams died Thursday of whooping Green Castle, Ind , where he will at cough and was buried Friday. Miss Georgie Mllner returned last tend Depaw University. Thursday from an extended visit to The following named persons have relatives in Ashbvvllle. paid their subscription to Tub Mr. C E Smith closed his term of since our last Issue: T, five months at Hickory Hill Friday. J. Smith, L. F. Woerncr, Hartford; Rev. J. II. Richardson returned Tno. C Barnard, Plattaburg, N. Y.J home Sunday from Est Providence Ike Kinder, Beda; Jno. II. Barnes, where he has been holding a very Hartford; Beaver Dam; U. C Barnett, successful treeting. Jno. M. Bishop, Centertown; J. H. Our school taught by Mr. J. II. Everly, Point PlcasanU Wood will close the 22nd. He has We have just received a boat load taught a very successful school. Mr. V. B Morton went to Evans Flour, also a complete of line of Groceries, Tinware, etc, all of vllle Satuiday. Mr. Wm. Burr and wife, Cadiz, which we propose to selucheap for cash or produce. " So give us a call. Trigg county, are visiting the family We will quote you rock bottom prices ot Rev. J, H Richardson. Mis3 Ella Tilford, Rockport, visiton evctything and insute you to be well pleased before leaving the house. ed lriends here last Sunday. Louis. Resp'y. Patb Bros. first-class vnrAi.io. Now is the time to buy a suit, Wo have decided to sell our Clothing regardless of the cost. Notice prices on suits, A child's suit from 5 to 13 at 85c. A splendid Chiviot suit 7 to 15 for $2. Youths suits from $2 to 88. Mens suits from $2 to $15. Men's overcoats from $2 to 810. Tho time has just come to use these goods. We have them and they must bo all-wool It' i i sold. CARSON & CO. Hartford, T.y Ummwmmmmmmmwmmmwimwi aim. rAND- - COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE Tuesday, January 19, f897. A TIESjSUnimORtoMr "MS FACILE and two lectures. ENVIRONMENT in school In this section. CLASSES unusually strong and interesting. everyway unobjectionable. MOST PROSPEROUS year in our history. PRIVATE BOARD, Room, S27.&0 ULTJB BOARD at your own price. Fuel, ett., per week, J2.00 in advance pays board, room and tuition tor teim ot ten weeks. EQUAL An elegant ADVANTAGES can nowhere bo found at EQUAL COST. catalouge free to all interested parties E. R. RAY, Fresieeut; J. B. TAYLOR, Vice President. 8THONO FACULTY of five teachers V WoWl8h Everybody morntng until nlghtHfe, actually come from sorallraQQPm loads Can you blame us for feeling goot"? Our buyers are golug to market the first ot February to buy spring goods. Prom now until then we propose having one of the greatest bargain sales ever, offered in this country. On rueu'and boys overcoats, Mclntoshes and boots; ladles cloaks, capes, hats, shawls,' Mclntoshes and iacluators, we w)U give 20 per cent from regular selling pHceauntll all are gpne. Winter goods will be slaughtered all over the house. Get in your guesses, the pumpkin will be cut January 30, '97. A happy New Vear. Our holiday trade was Immense and Receded our from expectations. A graL-us- WOTICB. I win every tain and woman la th United Bute IntuetMd In the Opinta and Whl.ky hablti to have one of mv bookl on theae die- ea.ra. Addreta II. M. Woolley, Atlanta. Qa., iioz 8J, and one will be lent 70a tree. To Young Mm for five $3000 pays expenses months at the Beaver Dam Seminary II you furnish provisions, bedding, etc , from home. We must know at once if you desire to enter this club. E. R. Ray, Pres. r A. D, White has just received a boat load of all grades of flour which be will sell cheap lor cosh, also a good stock of all kinds of groceries, hardware, stoves, ate., etc. Mv terms are strictly cash or produce. No tickets or" books kept, so please don't say, "Ticket this for a few days," as I am full of days and don't want any more. & For the best red coal oil on earth call j Plbasant Ridge, Kv. at A. D. White's. Thanking you for your past favors, and hoping to share i my patt of your cash patronage in s la now at Photographer Taylor the future, I remain yours. Beaver Dam, ready to do alt kinds of A D. Wurra. Fhotbwo'rV. He will be In ulgal lery 'every day except Monday, 8 if. Jqnds Morehead, together. Dr. Briggs is preaching HHALi.iiouae serMiss Willie Robertson,' who has some eloquent and mons, and there has been a general been visiting her aunt, Mrs. John revival among the christians of every Ticheuor, Point Plessant, is expected to return home Saturday. denomination. Mr Ellis Miller, near Beaver Dam, "Mr. Marvin Bean and Miss Eva and'Mlss Malmee Tteld' were quietly Morton were married at the C P. married at the bride's home Sunday Church Wednesday at 10:30 a in. A at 2 p. m., Rev. G J. Bean performlarge number of the friends of the ing the ceremony. Mr. Miller Is a young people were in attendance. young man of rare intellect, Is one of Revs. Chandler and Hicks performed Ohio county's best teachers, has also the ceremony. Misses Stella Thomas, attended the Louisville Medical ColElla Cox, Edna Griffin and Mabelle lege for some months. He Is to be Hubbard were the brides maids. The congratulated for Winning the hand Church was darkened and as the of such an accomplished young lady. bridal couple with attendants marchWhile his bride is a popular young ed down the aisles to tbe'ajter, keeplady and also a successful teacher and ing time with the wedding march has many friends who wish her life's played by Miss MaimeeRoss, it made choices blessings. Lora. a beautiful and impressive sight. Colored voter Messrs. Chas. Rogers, Tno T. Moore, The colored voters of Ohio county R. T. Collins and R. D. Walker were met in mass convention last Monday the ushets. Immediately after tne and elected AiUhony Walker Chairceremony the bridal party left for a man and P. A. Gary, Secretary- - The Southern tour chirman stated the object ol the meetIn Jlemory ing. Speeches were made by Geo, Of little Flossie Williams, infant Nail, Crit Park, Dan Hines, P. A.Ga-ry- , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve WillWm. Baltzell, Stant Baltzeil.Gray iams, who passed from earth to glory Parks, Cary Burch. After which P. January 14. How sad it was to fiiends A. Gary offered the following resoluand relatives wheq tbey heard Flossie tion: was dead. Her form lies beneath the Resolved, That we, the colored cold and icy ground, but she is rest- Voters of Ohio county, Jogree to vote ing in Jesus' arms, but when we for whatever candidate In the precinct think of that beautllul crown that convention that we may think best she will have and joyful harp, how and that we pledge ourselves to sup-- , sweet' it will be to think of that port the nominees In the November home above the skies where she is election whoever they may be, and resting. Jesus thought it best, but that we will do all in our power to parents weep not for Flossie, but elect the Republican ticket Which think of that time when you bhall was adopted P. A. Gary, Sec'y. meet her in that bright beyondwhere parting Is no more, Monoy for tho Teachers. f Eiiiur. Hcn'tkr, SraiikJort; Ky Jan. 20. While soul-stirrin- g ., therejlfsTujtT'eiiough To Iho llrpiilillrmiaoroiiio Cannfjr Yon are ult doubtless aware of the fact that I am a candidate for Circuit county, subject Court Clerk of to the Republican patty, in convention February 13, 1697, I have been over most paris .of the county, and would Iiavt Tcn glad to have seen every Republican personally before the convention, but I find tMttobe impossible, hence I address you with this card, I have always officiated with the Republican party and have supported those principles at all times, and have devoted my entire time and at tention to further the cause as editor of your county paper, and this is the first time I have come before my party asking for an endorsement for any office. I trust that my friends in eaclfpiecluct will look after my Interests and urge that the Republicans attend the convention and give me the endotsement .whicb I ask at one-fifth rnouey tt thjs ireasury or the School Fund to'paj-al- l payment due the the last public schools on January r, it has been dlscoveted that there is half enough, and the Auditor, with the co operation of Superintendent Davmailed checksaggregat-in- g idson, one-haof this final 'payment, h of all the This leaves about money due the teacher yet to be paid and it is tjoubtful if they get it before all the schools have closed. This is lowing to the fact that there will be cemparitivety little revenue, out of which the f chool fund get a shate, coming (n before July 1. y one-tent- The Floating Studfols at Rochester To, Are You Os. the Republicans of Ohio County I understand that" a repott has been circulated far and wide, In the county that I shot holes through the large picture of McKinley, in front of Reone night publican Headquarters, during the late cam paign. I take this method of stating that said report is entirely false, as I hadrothing whatever to d- - with the shooting, and knew' jiothlug concerning it, ' , T. IL Bi,ack To V110u xt May Cohcron. heard nil the testimony in the trial of Oitei of the young men, charged with lischarglng fire arms in the town of Irttbrd, on tlie night tne McKiniey flUrC w& uitiMatcd, and there was tb slightest evidence connecting Mr. T, H Black with shooting at the pWtuV, I atajnpt championing the i?iiue ol nay of the gentleman who IN caadldatta far tue Republican . . plnatlon fgr JallT and make; this I t at the request of Mr Black, i justice, to him. Resp, C. M. Thin? Look about you! See for yourself I Who suffer most from sleeplesiness, nervousness, nervous dyspepsia, neuralgia, despondency, general weakness? Who are on the edge of nervous prostration all the time? Those who are thin, Opium, chloral, bromides, headache powders, only make matters worse. Iron and bitters are only stimulants. To be cured, and cured for good, food. you need a You want new blood, rich g' blood 1 and a strong- - nerve-tonl- e. Cod-Uv- er -- J tiwMf, makes rich Mood, and strengthens the nerYM. Beefc about It I.0O. j SCOTT'S EMULSION of Oil wtth HYPopkot-phlt- c k all t!iU. It feeeh the vmtliir - " ;. ForSceyl! dmUU ta fordMsaUsf. 50c jU V SS fk j y- - w SCQTT & BOWME, HnrYork. Bakhrtt. ." BKIOSf. ,,, Miss 8lXi&.Jaidspn andjjschool t gave a, this place Mr. L T.Barnar's Sciwpr atdWon closed Friday, t ', Mr. J. W. Ticbenp'r-d- f West Point spent a few days in our midst last week. your hands. Mr George Tinsley, ofCentfrtownj If nominated, I will use all honorawas the guest of T, Daman) one ble means to carry jour banner to night last week. C Mr L T. Barnard victory In the final election, was the guest ot his sister Mrp A C Again thanking my friend: for Stevens tbe 51I1. Mr. T, JL Morton and wife attended the thtlr assurance of support, and solic at this placo Wednesday.entertainment iting a cobtiuance of same, I remain, We learn that Mrs. C. II Stevens Yours truly, Is very sick of gtlpge and pneumonia. Sam A. Andiskson, 8, B. V. .riiggiiMW-rtoirfmtnjia- WS$j8algtft'Jf A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well Rates and Terms. ror watered, a good otched, two hundred are authorized to announce lxsil notices 10c per line first in bearing trees, good buildings.and la sertlon and 5c each subsequent inser- - We jjjq jj FINLBY good tommunity. For further par- Uon. Large contracts special rates. ? J Calls on candidates and yolltical rffcS f,FeVfJ$er ticulars call at this office at once, tf matter 10c per line. ofthe Republican ""H1 party. NOTICE. TllfM- We are authorized to announce lies ilall. Rates for announcements In these R T. TWEEDDEII (Ifutiit In ad- - As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio at n columns are as follows1 Cash vancefn every case. county, subject to the action ofthe Strayed State offices or Congress . . . $20.00 Republican party. From my home at Baizetowu one wuLUHjuuswmu.Ky IU.UU w. flr nl.,j.Ar,rKl A 5 00 red and white spotted 2 year old County Offices THOS. H. BLACK heifer. No ear marks. Information As a candidate for r'orConnljr Jmige, to the office of Jailer of Ohiocounty.subject We are authorized to announce of her whereabouts will be rewarded. to the action ot the Republican party. J. A. PARK Malissa James 23 st As a candidate for the office of Judge We are authorized to announce of S. G. RHOAPS Quit coughing is easy enough if ruethe Ohio county Court, subject to anion itepuDucan party. As a candidate for the office of Jailer von know how to do it. The best of Ohio county, subject to the action wny to quit is to take one dose of Dr. We are authorized to announce ofthe Republlean party. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Summer A.S.AULL coughs, lung coughs, wluter coughs, As a candidate for Judge of Ohio coun We are authorized to announce bronchial coughs or any other kind of ty Court, subject to the action ofthe BRUNO FREY a cough or cold is speedily cured by Republican party. As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio theuseol this remedy. Children love We are county, subject to the action ofthe authorized to announce it. Old people like It. For sale by Kepubllcau party. C. L. WOODWARD Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. As a candidate for ludtre ol the Ohio We ate AutWiMfl fn at,nn,ir. m County Court, subject to the action Wanted LOYD POOL Your good country lard, corn shucked of tbe Republican party. A candidate lor Ja,ierf ohlocoun- ty, subject to the action ol the Re-- . and picked, dried apples, good new We are anthorized to announce publican party. R. R. WEDDING sorghum, furs, chickens, geese, tur keys, eggs, feathers, Bacon, sides, &c As a candidate for fudge ofthe Ohio We are authorized to announce County Coutt, subject to the action Best market prices paid lor above In of the Republican party. Aa a candfdatVfor Ohio conn- merchandise at cash prices. ty, subject to the actloa ol the Repub We are authorized to announce & Co. Morbiu'ad, Jones Ucan party. P.M. HAVEN Centretown, Ky, As a candidate for county Judge, of We are authorized to announce m Ohio county, subject to the action of Dr. Dell' PineTnr Honry. SYLVESTER WHITE the Republican party. n New Theory in the TreatAs a candidate for Jallerof Ohio coun- Advances Cough, Lung and ty, subject to the action of the Repub ment of All ForCounty AUorney. Bronchial Troubles It Cures, and lican parry, We are authorized to announce Cures Quickly, Wc arc authorized to announce E. P. NEAL Absolutely harmless and to take. OSCAR MIDKIFF to the It cuts loose the mucous without ex- As a candidate for ertion or straining and stops the cough office of County Attorney of Ohio f SV!f'tfor Jlero,f0,h,coun .i at once by healing the inflamed parts; county, subject to the action of the jfc party, party precinct conven gives vigor and vitality to the respirWe are authorized to announce atory organs and produces a condition uon, baiuniay, 1'eb 13, 1B97, in which all the tuuctlons or exerted We are authorized to announce W. M. BALTZELL with regulanty and harmony. For Of color, as a candidate for the n2fce M. L. HEAVR1N sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. t0 As a candidate for County Attorney mm of Ohio ccunty, subject to the action theactin of the Republican party. of the Republican party, We are authorized to aunounce Thrice-a-wee- k O. P. WILLIS 'Far County Clerk. As a cannldate for Jailer of Ohio We are authorized to announce county, subject to the action of the D. M. HOCKER Rdpublican party. Aa A candidal Inr ro.plivtlnn trt th authorized to announce office ol Clerk of the Ohio County We Court, subject to the action ol the J. M. WADE For Coroner. Republican party. As n candidate for Jallerof Ohio conn- announce We are authotized to We are authorized to announce ? subject to theaction of the Repub- L. W. HUNT lican Patty- M. S. As a candidate for Coroner ol Ohio As a candidate RAGLAND for of Ohio' county, subject to. the action ot the County Court, subject Clerk action of to the Republican party. for Ao,or, the Republican party. Wc are autnorized t0 announce For Nurvejor. We are authorized to announce b, p, pp,TTY We are authorized to announce JNO. W. TICHENOR As a candidate for the office of Asses- NATHANIEL MOXLEY As a candidate for Clerk ol Ohio sor of Ohio county, subject to the Court, subject to the action Uon of the Republican party. As a candidate for County Surveyor ol Ohio county, subject to the action rl the Republican party. We are authorized to announce of the Republican party, ror Circuit Clerk. Q, Q. ROYAL For HeprenenUlivr. We are authorized to apnounce As a canaidate for Assessor of Ohio Wc are authorized to announce F. LEONARD SANDERFUR county, subject to the action or the R. A. BYERS as a candidate for the office of Circuit Republican party. An a candidate for Representative Court Clerk of Ohio county, subject , from Ohio county, subject to the ac- to theaction of the Republican party. We are n0orfw to announce Republican party. tion of the J'G- - WILSON I am a candidate for the office ot Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County, Asa candidate for Assessor of Ohio HER LTFE TRULT SAVED. subject to the action of the Re- - county, subject to the action ofthe Republican party. respectfully fiubllcan party and Your Uuly, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Does It. support, We are authorized to announce La Point, Sam A. Anderson. otuenver, prsisoa this wondetrnl remedy. E. HEDDEN all as to tho Her tostlmon; ahould convince worth ot tho Mew Heart Core and Uoatora-tlr- n As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio For Magistrate. Nurrlnn. Her letter dated B0Dt.Ulh. - " : j county, subject to the action of the xoiluwai jov, roaa "Mt We are authotized to announce Republican patty. mtr candfdste for Magistrate 'of tbe We,are authorized Aa announce As a W W. iV SANDERFUR Rosine Magisterial District, subject to tbe liclion of the Republican party. As a candidate for Assegf or of Ohio county, subject to tbe gction of the We are authorized to announce Republican party, JONT B. WILSON to the As a candidate for forStlieol Niipcrlulrudrnt. office ! Magistrate in tbe Cromwell We are authorized to announce Meelsterial District, subject totke FON ROGERS actloa t tbe Republican party. As a candidate for School SuperinWe are authorized to announce tendent of Ohio county, subject to tbe THOS. F. JOHNSTON action of the Republican party, As a a candidate for Magistrate ol tbe We are authorized io announce Hartfoid Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. Ag a of We are authorized to annouuee Common Schools ot Ohio county, subject to tbe action of the Republic JOHN M. GRAHAM As a candidate for Magistrate in the Magisterial District, sub'- Has. IiX POHfTi '1ST Humboldt Bt. "Typhoid ferer left roo with heart trouble jecttothc action ofthe Republican , rwjrwiir. tfie moat aerloaa nature. Nothing U10 "-Sf ' "" octora garo had anr effect. I bid mmm party, In ho heart, and wa unable to lie on y lolt side tor more than throe nlnutoe a We are authorized to announce JARNBTT As ft time. Mr heartaeernad to rnlai beat, and CHRISTOPHER ALLEN In I Lad amotberlos apelU,my which It aeemed county( sxihitct to the actlon 0j the lata, Wo accN every breath would be As a candidate for Magistrate in the Republican party. dtmtly saw an advertisement ot Hartford Magisterial District, Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure to the action of the Republican subject We are authorize Af announce party. and Restorative Nervine, and parchaaed a R, B. MARTIN Mr. Allen, if nominated and elected, bottle p each. After taking the reraedlea be lifted in a chair and alt up promises to hold his regular terms of As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio wocicfeould time waa an hour, and In a abortahall beIever able ta graufyl court at Sulphur Sprlugs, as has been county, subject to the action ol the. do hsht houaowork. I to you tor your wonderful medicinal. Truly the custom for several years. Republican patty. , , . . they aaved jay .lire. We are authorized to aunounce We. are authorized to announce Irr.Hllet tH WM miArautee t rUata.11 UatAaU tX)MM W1U KMBCM. NO. M. HUDSON s. T. STEVENS fU? iMleMM As a candidate for Magistrate lu the As a candidate for Sheriff l Ohio ' the Cosine MacWterlal District, subject county, subject to the. actio yr n ur. jnuci', to el the Republican party. Republican patty. For Kale i.,.jj.,'r',. OASTOIUA. ffla&UK i .. , JaK " RP-ktu.Ja- '' 'St. "ft 'SBbF" BIHr y Republican The and N. Y. World for $1.65 per year, M .;. - m .H.H.DAVJS SitTupfrndent Pty-Fordavil- " ".- JT. &. mm ma nam ym asm T3t. iltctw XA :i - J4 ..'-- . riml mm 0" tns - . A sV ' to ana oven 610th of bar iron at tlio rato of rivo miles a larger majority limn buy Other forrit tho openings, Interior and wallooverlng tho man In It, an hour. Through tho Inventive paper to brighten things up and FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1897 Many of tho old farmers have inako tho talent of Qeorgo Stephenson, tho llttlo American house altowwfftlBMHitiwfflWW day. I initiTTiJ groat roveronco for election Stockton & Darlington railway in is In gether Amc,rioan-teverythl- ng 4 m ri 80 years of 11821 was tho first railway In which peculiar to Ilood's rills. Small In mot ono this year, n man Soatllo Are features readiness. ipasscngers travolcd In carriages, yot, lite, tasteless, efflcleot, thorough. At one man ago, who showed mo with great enthusiasm a pair of boots which had lovon with this measure of nssurod suooass, tho locomotlvo was still an been uowly greased and blackened THE LATE M, PAUL MASS0N, ' for the occasion. Ho told mo theso jlmporfcot machine, for Its oxtrcmo iiiyliUN''ii:?T' i ispced was but llttlo faster than tho woro his "oleotlon boots" which ho Franc Loses Her Most Distinguished Practical Joksis woro iwalk of a horso. Tho means of had worn tor 28 yours. There said " You ncrer know you a i m s, speed had yot to bo The gnyoty of Franco may. llttlo holes In thorn at dilToront hsrs taken a pill till It Is all FAC-SiM- OS In rosponso to a premium orer." SSe. a I. Hood A Co., places to nccommodato thom to tho for a momont bo eclipsed by -'offered by tho projectors of tho rrovrtetors, Lowell, Mass. corns of tho wearer. Ho romarkod the doatn, at Strasbourg, of a man jfafMWr m It Isjiet reasonable to expect to b Tho only pills to take with Hood's SarsaparlUa. that four years ngo his feet wero so famous only for hoaxing, If, Indeed, SIGN? AN'cgclaUePrcparallonrorAs- cured xf any disease, no matter how Liverpool & Manchester railway for tho bost locomotive, a trial of soro ho could not put them on, and tho report of his death Is not an m conslaut and persevering- the treatslmiUtlnglhcToodfltulRcfiula "milium morion nave also coino down I undoubtedly what oc- additional hoax. M. Paul Mosson, ment, when that treatment which was fixed for Ootobor, 1829, to was OP- ling the Stomflchs nndDowcbof tit of ancient demonstrations of that and oan not This alias "Lo Mystorloux," after being tho Rocket, constructed by Stephen1ms played casioned tho loss of tho ticket mnglo In which asbostos & Booth, was most successful. year they woro all right and ho folt a judge In Algeria and Ohandama-gar- , Till explains why those afflicted son tho loading part, but tho real Ind locomotlvo, This, tho first came back to Paris to fill a post meet with so much diswith catarrh terest in asbestos centers In tho groat confidence In tho result couragement, Though they faithfully wolghed four and a halt tons, 'averPromote3Dic5tlon.Chcciful-nc3snwincst.Conlalpresent It Is of moro Importance Somolimcs theso farmersof havo a at tho National library, and ho betake the usual treatment consisting of aged a speed of 14 miles an hour, neither than It has very homoly but clear way putting guiled his spare tlmo by hoaxing. sprays, washes, etc , and pass through with a gross load of 17 tons, its to tho human rnco Ono day he sent out Invitations to Optutn.Morphlnc nor the summer without much discomfort, been In the whole rtngo of history. things. IS ON THE in a room his marriogo with a Dahomoy Four years ngo I spoko as soon as cold weather returns, they maximum speed bolng 29 miles. Asbestos has been found In all Not Nako ovor tho storo In a small village In find themselves more firmly In the crip Hardware. then on view at tho Jardln quurtors of tho globo. It comes of the disease than ever. Such results Tho day was Inclement, d Acollmntatlon, tho ooromony to bo from Italy, China, Japan, Australia, Indiana. A Queer Lake In QeorgU. could liartfly be expected If the proper performed at tho Musee Gulnet by v iradDrSMcmJitnBi Hungary, Ger- yot tho farmers gathered in considSpain, Portugal, treatment had been given. Thompson's lako, two miles north many, Russia, tho Capo, Central erable numbers. Ono of tho hardest M. Maurice Barros, tho "docadont" Any one who has had experience looking mon in tho audlenoo was a Another tlmo the president of tho 'With catarrh will readily admit that It of Grand Ridgo, is gradually drying ttd MtJJa-- ". OF EVERY is one of the most obstlnatcof diseases; iup or running off, an ovent that oc- Africa, Canada, Nowfoundinnd, this stout old fellow In canvas trousers cliarabor recolvod a letter purportcountry, and from Southern and It Is easy to see, therefore, that It is curs about ovory four or flvo years. Central America. Tho asbestos gen- begrimed with mud, who, In answer ing to bo tho resignation of his seat and that no remedy which BOTTIiOE OB1 When by the radical M. Mauj&n. merely reaches the surface can have Tho lako Is halt a mllo long and erally found iu tho United States, to an Inquiry regarding his health, said that ho was "afflicted considthe slightest effect upon It. The only about 200 yards wide, and has an especially In Virginia, tho Carolina! the seceding artists started a rival known cure for catarrh Is a real blood average depth of 20 feet. An old could salon at the Champs ds Mars, M. and Texas, also In Staten Island, erable with tho rheumatlz, but Apcrfccfncmcdy forConstlp-lloremedy, one which gets at the scat of Bottler declares that tho lako onco Now Jersey and Pennsylvania, Is in hardly expect anything bettor, since Molssonler received a letter, signed the disease the cause of the trouble Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca, ho was 80 years old." Turning tho 0 "Osiris," announcing a gift of and forces it from the system. Such a ran out so fast that its roar and appearanco llko fossllizod wood. Worms .Convulsions. Feverish-twa- s began to remedy is S. S.8. (Swift's Specific). whirr were heard at his house, francs. When the bricklayers Notwithstanding this wido dis- conversation to politics, he andLos3 of Sleep. mora than a mllo away, and after a tribution of asbestos, tho only va- sum up the tariff question, which laborers were on strike, a letter TacSiirala Signature of few days tho lako was roflllod from rieties which at present appear to was then ponding, as follows! "It signed "Cornusohl" offered them a a subterranean sourco almost as demand serious consideration, from seems to me that tho republicans Is subscription of 100,000 francs. Anrapidly. Whon tho lako is dry tho a commercial point of view, aro tho clalmtn' that It Is tho duty of tho other tlmo tho academy received a Mum tsli It OtiUrla ! fit tp la new ironK. of tho rich It sot toll la IsO. D't alb si 4 t mU lako bed is stockod with an abundaletter profosslng to bo from tho tho South African, tho government to toko caro Russian, U It . ta anrOlur slit tt V n tr hopes that tho rich may then Uko-car- librarian of tho sonate soliciting a nces of fish. Tlicro Is nlways good Italian and tho Canadian. Tho in ftd M1H ttn r try w-1 "Init u good" of the poor" a stutemont fishing in tho lako and now that it Is principal claim possossod by tho vacant chair. After the St Mondo p." tWtT-tOA-B-T-O-a-I., running off, hundreds of persons aro Russian fiber to a placo in this quar-tott- o which to n bellovor In tho tariff re- railway accident tho Academy of form represented by Orovor Clove-lan- d Sciences received a papor dedicated visiting tho placo. Attauta ConIs based on the enormous extent kxact copy or wrapper. Eccmcd to opltomlzo tho demostitution. "To tho manes of my beloved aunt; of tho deposits which have beon discratic argumont as wall as anything a victim of tho accident," proposing covered In East Russia, beyond tho Rainy Days In Ireland. I over heard. I afterwards learned to prevent such disasters by proUral mountains and Russian On tho eastern coast of Ireland it So far tholr specimens havo that this old follow has by frugality viding nil englno drivers with spurs. rains on an avorago of 208 days In, beon of comparatively poor quality. and good management acquired a M. Joseph Bortrnnd, tho secretary member, whoso function It Is to tbo year, in England about 150 Tho yield Is used almost entirely In farm of some 500 acros in tho neighdays, at Kazan about 90 days and in Europe, where it Is mixed with the borhood,' and that ho was one of the open lottors and state their tenor, Mr. H. P. Cook. In n 1 r trt Bitttinlnr nn ltrtrr tm wealthiest men in tho county. It glanced, as usual, at tho opening Mr. H. P. Cook, of 32 Walker street, Siberia only CO days. COLLEGE to count upon appear- - lines, and without suspecting a joke, Atlanta, Ga., suficrcd intensely from, per, and other purposes whoFo an does n,ot Somo mon aro, In regard to mak,DK nn estimate, of tho catarrh, lie says : ' M said: "This will bo referred to our buildings in Inferior grado can bo utilized. 53XT3D- "I at first thought I had only a bad ridicule, like railway committee." Aftor this Beforo tho development of tho men who attend thoso meetings. cold, and didn't give much attenregard to hall; all that hits them In City and achievement M. Mosson might fitly Dudley Foulko, tion to the obstructions in my nose bounds rattling off; not a stone goes Canadian fiolds, the Italian asbestos William , (Philadelphia). have retired on his laurels. Paris and throat. This soon became noticewas suproino in the market For State "W. Beecher. able, and began to so Inconveniences through. H. Louisville. Ky. Correspondence London Times. S. E, Cor. 5th and Market Sts, nearly 20 yoars Italy has beon looked Eton's Playgrounds. me, that I appllcd-fo- r troatmont and to for tho bost grados of tho fiber. wan given the usual local applications THE ENGLISH PREMIER. Sure to Succead. We are Indebted to tho hood- of sprays, washes, etc. The immediate But tho Italian asbestos Industry, Eton, Rev. Edmond effect of the treatment was to relieve ,H!s Power a3 tho Maker and Un. onco so important, Is already on tho master at Affords the bet facilities fur thoiough practical training In SHORT Professor What makes you think --mc, but only for a short time after apWarro, D. D., for tho following: maker of Cabinets. down grade. Tho difficulties of min Success assured In that your son Is likely to excel In HAND, TYPE WRITING and BOOK KHEPING plication, and I could easily see that "As playlng-ttold- s at Eton, tho area Tho prime minister as a rule ing aro very great, and unduly InPupils assisted to POIITIOKB Terms moderate the disease was growing worse steadTHREE MONTHS. mathematics? The for cricket is (Incluslvo of surround- ily, and seemed to grow deeper toward .makes his cabinet Ho is commls- - crease tho cost of production. Business men furnished Stenographers FRHE. OT Father Becauso ho has always when competent The my lungs; my nose and throat were isioned by tho queen to form a cabl- - asbestos.Itself, julged by the latest properly so called, figured successfully to got out of CHARGE. constantly choked up, so that I was inot becauso ho is tho man whom sho standards. Ls of inferior quality; It is playing-fields- ,' Frco work and study. Detroit all the time hawking and spitting, and 1 aro 0 little ovor 30 aoros. But i- ,considcrs to possess tho confidenoo not easy to spin, and it does not to add to it all, the disease became these, there aro about 15 acres Press. s. pulp well in tho making of paper. very offensive. I wasunable to obtain, jof a majority of tho house of which have boon added from tlmo to much sleep, being compelled to get up Zinc Plating. As a matter of fact, Canada conHe forms his cabinet by askconstantly during the night to clear ing certain members of tho two tains tho groat asbestos region of tho tlmo as tho needs of tho school remy throat and keep from choking. According to Mtnet, a small WOOL. quired. Aud now a fresh ploco of "I tried various treatments without houses to hold tho great offices of world, in tho sonso that while its ground of about 12 acres is to bo quantity of sulphide of ilno added to This it tho best market srn) oars Is tho best boau to ifclp to. Wo raaxs liberal relief, as noncof the mrdlclnesseemed state. He might do this in ono day mines aro practically unlimited in eomujnmcnU. Betides wo tisro better fielUttea than othtr homes In'hsTtc Tanret on solution of sulphate of maor Urso hctorles to saeptr. Uogel jou Iho ton prlco anJ par ipol essh not In to reach the disease. Finally, some and without consulting anyone productive capacity, tho product Is laid down for cricket Tho football the usual zino plating, will give a trade. Mo Irsrcllng agents. Ship all jour wool ana bora, prodaos direct to zinc, for one recommended 8. S. S., and before of a quality which fully moots tho grounds are numerous and scattered, As a matter of foot, what usually HERNDON-CflRTEhad finished one bottle. I felt better. compact deposit I CO. nowest and most and I can - hardly glvo you the much moro requirements of the I continued the medicine, and it cured happens is this: As soon ns the LOUISVXXAX. JC T. 110 Third Street, or 013 to 310 urrU Court, acreage. But owing to tho Lammas me permanently. I truly believe S.S.S. to form a government has exacting of the innumerable uses tenure tho greater part of the grass is the only cure for catarrh, the most Ibeen received, the primo minister that aro dally bclug found for it land round tho college cannot be abominable of all diseases." 'takes into his confidonco tho two or H. G. Guy, in N. Y. Post B. S. S. U unlike all other blood built upon, and so there Is no diffGeneral Directory remedies, because it is more than a three men who will bold tho chief UTOPIA. iculty in obtaining amplo spaco for WILLIAMM0RRI3' mere tonic, and goes directly to tho loffices, and thoy together talk over scat of all blood diseases, and cures the 'tho other names. When a man is How the Sociah Poet Came to Write nil games." STA'TK OI'FlCIAl.S t it most aggravated case s of Cancer, CaWar Dogs. Governor William O. Bradley. "News from Nowhere." tarrh, Rheumatism, Eczema, Scrofula, 'decided upon, he, as a rulo, joins the Lieut. Governor V. J. Worth-inptnContagious Dlood l'olson, etc. S. S. S. conclnvo, and helps to consult as to Mr. Walter Crane says that WilIn Gorman military maneuvers of is the only blood remedy guaranteed jmen and places, and so tho cabinet liam Morris' Utopian romance this year, dogs will be used In the FOR SecretaryorBtate Chnrlei Finley. .gradually evolves itself. No doubt, "News from Nowhere," was written ambulance department At the as generally happens in this world, as a sort of counterblast to Ucllamy's command "seek," accompanied by a Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Farmora and Villagers, Vuditor Samuel H. Stone Books on blood and skin diseases 'the primo minister's choice Is novor "Looking Backward " That was gesture indicating the direction in FOE vrill be mailed free to any address, by 'really free. Certain men must bo undoubtedly Morris' iutentlon. Treasurer Geo. W. Loup. Ho which tho search Ls to bo made, the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Commissioner of Agriculture, Horin tho cabinet whatevor happons, used to bo considerably annoyed, In trained dog goes off to tho field, Fathors and Mothers, 'and henco they may bo said not to tho courso of his socialist lecturing, finds tho wounded man, returns ticulture and Statistics Lucas FOR Moore. bo chosen by tho premier, but to bo at criticism which went upon tho with a cap, helmet or a pieco of MIXINGJVINES. 8uprintenilcnt Public Iintnicti'Mi-Ge- o 'ministers In their own right In assumption that ho desired tho es- clothing, brings this to the ambul'ifovy tho Bordeaux for Foreign Trade Sons and DaughtorB, M. Davi-o- n spite, howover, of this, tho fact that tablishment of n system of society ance men, and then returns with Is Prepared. Register Lnud Office Uias O. thoy aro asked to servo by tho preFOR cut and dried to its smallest dotails; them to the spot at which tho An American who has beon reReynold. mier makes them feel his superioriand when Bellamy's famous book apwounded man lie3. Canirals.-i.'iMT-siding in Franco, and has devoted ty. When tbo cabinet is mado, the Insurance Bureau All tho F&i.'j. peared, with Us infinite detail and some timo to studying tho wines of theory of tho unwritten constituAutomatic Steering Apparatus. W. Comlugore. precise statements as to tho mlnuto the country, says that California tion Is that tho cabinet governs. In Adjt.Unt General U H Collar Bersler, of of llfo In the It is stated that With the o oo of the I'rtsi.leinial campaign The TRIBUNE recoi-niz- e clarot i3 as good u wino as tho clarot reality it seldom docs anything of regulation tho American socioty of the French navy, Lieut invented a Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown has picture of the future, he fact.O'iW the American people are now Anxious to givo their attenof. Franco. Tho Bordeaux wines tho kind. Each cabinet minister Utopia was frequently quoted to compass which steers vessels auto- Day. Tu meet this condition, politics trill tion in home ami biiMtifM. interests. that nrp exported to Ensland and has very great power in his own COMMIPSWHERS. BAILROAI Morris as a proof of tho hardnoss matically In a course set by the have tar lees tpare tun iipimlncnce. until another Stale or National oiCa Amoricaaro not pure wines, butnro but tho cabinet as a cabl-'nchairman; .1 F un (lenmiiila renewal nfihe fight for the principlfH for which th TRIBJno C. Wood, and want of human plasticity that navigator. mixed expressly- for tho foreign can do llttlo. Since, however, Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretory would prevail under n socialist UNE lia. labored trim) lis inception to the present day, and won its (jreat-t- st The Camel. trauo. Tho French havo a great ob It knows everything, or almost regime. It was after ono of his lecSamuel F. Brown. viciiics. jection to this fact being known. It everything, that Is going on, it can p flrirl will , he put I rih, Tho camel has tho mo3t compliand ninne freely spenl. to tures, whon this criticism had been , Every ivs-ihCnKOBES IO.NAU Is said thnt a formor United States oxerciso a great deal of indirect k urged for tho hundredth tlmo or 1,0, cated system of digestlvo organs. a NATIONAL FAMILY Senators Hun. William O. Lind- matte iha EEKI.V TRIBUNE consul to Bordeaux was shot down power. Tho proyiou3 knowlodgo NEWSPAPER interesting, instructive, entertaining and indirprvtibta'to that tho poet lost his temper and ' say, Hon. J O. 8 Blackburn. In tho strcots after having described READY-MAD- E HOUSES. ' that tho majority of tho cabinet declared to a group of comrades just each member f die tnniily. Representative Fourth Diptriot tho process of mixing in a consular) would llko or dlsllko a particular afterwards: "I'll write a Utopia A Siatlle Firm Shlpi a Two Story Hon. Johu W. Lewis WetumUhTilE REPUBLICAN and NEW A'ORK WEEKLY report. The idea that a Frenchman policy has a great influence, but still myself." And "Nowa from NoTRIBUNE, both pnpers Dulldlng to Japan. STATE I.EOISr.ATUIIE. will consumo largo quantities of tho cabinet docs not rulo. where" wos tho result WestminsIV James. Evidences of tho enterprise of wlno is a mistake. lie will go to nn 8enator Hon. A. , Y 1M Tho ter Gazette. Who, then, really rules? Inn, call for a glass of wlno. and sit primo mlnistor. Seattlo buslnoss firms found a Representative Ohio Count vH..n What gives tho d.-y-SL- 3C His Choson Occupation cfcj-- L. down and play cards. If ho Is play unlquo expression upon the sailing O. M. Barnett. primo minister this powor? In tho W ing for an hour tho wlno lasts him first place, he summonses and pre"It la strange," remarked tho ob- of tho Klnshlu Maru for tho orient, Adilrof all outers In the all that tlmo. Ho takes but ono sides ovor, and so largoly controls, servant man, "but very few peoplo when tho Kerry mill shipped to OHIO COUNTY homo, In iglass. Tho French do not like a itho cabinet meeting.-!- . Japan a full CIItCUlT counT Next, if a aro content to do what thoy aro bost Ihcavy wino, and tho clarot thoy vacancy occurs, ha fills It up, and so qualified for. Painters long to bo sections, or, as tho commercial term Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Ownv "knock-down,- " would mako It, jdrlnk is quite light. Even this thin icon promoto mon from tho lower to musicians, and musicians long to bo boro. Write jour name and addrrss on a postal card, send it to Geo, W. Bet ready to be set up as soon as deiwino 13 nearly always mixed with the hlghor ofllaas. Then ho can and authors, aud so It goes." Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy oiTHE 'water, half and half. They say doss confer with his colleagues in reO wenfboro.5 "Yes," replied tho buslnoss mon, livered upon tho slto for It NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you f ,water brings out tho fruity flavor. gard to tho business of their departTho schomo was triod with signal "but there are exceptions to every T. II. Black, Jnilcr -- Hartford. !To meet tho English, American and success by tho enterprising lumber ments, and so has a liold upon tbo rule. I know n young man who has G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford -,othor foreign demand, tho French wholo maohlno of government. Sir been doing tho same tiling for yoars, and mill mon of Chicago and MinneB. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner r wlno dealers at Bordeaux tako the Robert Peel saw every mombor of and ho seems perfectly satisfied apolis during the days of tho L. phenomenal thin native wlnos and mix thorn Ihls cabinet separately every day. with it" development of tho G. B Likens, TrutceJury Fuud In a conwith tho much heavier wlnos of Again, if tlro Is a difference bepralrlo states, and (D "What has he been doing?" Hartford. HODGENIL'tlEniY. Spain and Portugal, and tho result tween two other members of tho dition of greater prosperity, thoro is "Nothing." Washington Star. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford I rr Offr rs rxcrptlpnl'B"3yantsc,s to young ladies and gentleoccasionally dropped down In Kan-sa- s Deputies 8amuel Keown Hartford is tho "Bordeaux" of commorco. .government, tho premier decides. A Machine Wrappjr. and Nebraska a "knock-down- " Tho method of mixing is wonderfully New Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Tims R. ;If there is nn Irreconcilablo men desiring n convnVtc c'uentloii at small cost S A machjjio for wrapping boxes houso that is soon sot up In a place Bishop, Centertowu; S. T. Stevens, rapid and effective. Two bins of r, botween himself and a fiff: JfufitlfuKs. Bliong Frtfultv. Cheap Boaid, Refrrenre Libia-ry- , from French wines aro placed closo to ono Coramu-ni- tj, It Is the minister, aud not tho and securing tho wrappers with glue perhaps remoto lumber-yard- the business Cromwell. Hwlthiul Locstion Utfined and Intellectual C3 The contors and iof Spanish and ono bin of Portuipremior, who rasdgus. Lastly, tho has been iuvonted by a Brooklyn Court convenes first Monday 'in Wi ' 'Mfc''. huilts a lecture Course Chicago and Minneapolis houses wero March and August and continutsthrce guese wlno. Above thorn all Is primo minister can by resigning man, 3 SPECIAL I'ACH.ITIKS FOR PRriRItTTlOW OF tho logical successors of tho "dug- weeks, and third Mondljr In May and r Harmony, Nit Contrast. another bin, empty, and ready for 'himself dlssolvo tho wholo ministry, r a rty,al Tinlni'tslsSea In session TeaclietH Ktvitw and I and "tepoo," in tho same wuy November two weeks. out" tho receipt of tho mixed wino. The 'Theso things, small In themselves, 1 In dross are moro efHarmonies work of mixing Is dono by an elecCOUNTY COCRT taken togothor inako the prime min- fective at all times, and In better that the Seattlp houso must in time 3 Ht hII Units bet.ide strffther. exlmvfstfye end complete supersede tin) constructions of T'fr..lin P Mnrlnn. JiiilireaHartford. Send for a tric onglne, to which Is attached ister's position what it U. Ho makes taito, than contracts. coume ol ttudy. J't. loiuLJjwcstivatlon bamboo In Japan, whore tho product1 four rubber suction pipes, ono plpo and can unmake n cabinet. p Ho ?D.M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford caialoLue and judgilor youtpri where the BEST rduci-tio- n REMINISCENT. of tho Kerry mill Is to find a resting going from each bin of wino Into tho presides over It, and ho has tho right 3 E. T. NeairAltorneyaHartfOKl. Address can be olUatuwMjrtlillriEAST MONEY. i. Y Court convenes ,urT"Mjniur lt 01 a (empty bin nbora Tho wjne from to adviso In regard to ovory depart- .Tho Flne-A- rr N J of Electioneering A piace. ine sonuing , w. min un ill us to ' ,JU ' house to Japan lean hardly bo called each mouth. itho four bins is thu3 sucked up and ment, though this right is, of course, I Farmer's "Election Boots." k an experiment,' its success having (discharged In equal quantities Into-'th- seldom oxerclsod, and ho has seouAirrEiiLY countmi 3 Is a With somo mon electioneering tho work was beon assured empty bin. Tho mixing Is thor- cured to him beforehand the support duo Begins on the third MjjPXJjn Hodgenville, Kentucky. art. Thoy can shake hands commenced. Jwforo Tho Yokohama agent July and OJsm.v' ough. Malaga wlno from Spain, of tho rank and fllo of any cabinet with tho mother and kiss tho baby of tlp mill ha J reported, what JaouaryrApril, fcCOUBTOF CLAIMS, port, possibly from Portugal, and if It comes to a strugglo botwoon with groat unotlnu f t and apparent overyono know, that tho timber of tho thin French claret all go into ihlm and a colleaguo, beeauio tho Convenes first Monday K&njjgrX relish. There is Judge , who was that of tho 0110 compound, "Vln Bordeaux." It rank and file know that If tho pre- will walk through the st roots at a Jnpan sorubby and small, cultivated and Tuesday after the seojnd'Mhnday unfit Tor in October forest, ,ls u good wlno, but It Is not a puro mier is beaten, ho has It In his power lor rum ho makes his speech, rally Iwfiiro "t tie in sr em shir residence In town. anything but tho roughest construcR.I.PAN-OTHER COUNTY OFP'OFUS wlno in tho sonso of being tho prod to upsot tho wholo mno'.iiin of govand sponli to ovorybody he moots. Sulphur G. 8. Fiilbugh, Surveyor (uet of ono kind of grape. Clncln ernment. IlenCO tho voloes of thoso Ho oni'u Imparted ,to inn In a low tion. This fact has appeared In tbo ) fcula" see 8. K. Cox In shlpmouts of lumber, dressed and BptURa. 'natt Enqulror. who want to keop In ollloe aro al-voice tho philosophy of his conduct undrossed, that havo been going N. C. Daniel, Ae8er Cr mwfll ways found on tho sUo of tho pre"If thoso until don't know me," ho wost as fast as steamers Ja a sailing Ha- School Supl EARLY STEAM OARRIAGESr mier. London Speotator. Z. H.Shultz, RIGULATC THB S; said, "there is 110 harm dono; If thoy vessels could movo tho quTj saw, the STOMACH, UVER AND 0vmj J oaVa'r'hh CATARRH " The First One Could Draw Ten Ton do, 1 must not full to rocogulzo mills. L. W. Hunt, Corone' Ni'ril.iir AND PURIFY THE BlOOfr H U , ASBEST03. Fivo Miles an Hour. thom." KometlinoH a man whom ho op irajWTthe Springs. Tho house that JUVm TABULES r tK. . X had boon greeting would refer to u P ir...mw T.001I Dl8 Tho merit of Inventing a self-aoUnranbell C. R Some (Jsntral Facts About Its ProShw ftr I41tiU. SIUmw4 Klnshlu Maru will 4jv$ l l lilt Tn ex- UsSAtSt,0M.tlsiitla.Xr.vrfA,CSrl piaviouh (iinvorsatlou or n lottor or ilnii stonm carriage is allowed to bo Keeper, Hartford duction and Utility. of Amorlcan ootwgo architecof cl s fli d i" UrTnaSlM.IluUM.natOanlilM somo othar awkward circumstance amplo d all Trovothlok, a olovor p.atrr, or.wlvs Brstfe sbS Bt1 C ' full, stories hlgfi 24x32 Thoro is probably no production of elf n justices' 00UIIT8 .rik. Ilwmti liimr M In ture, twp but cccontrlo English onglneor. Ho inorgunlo nature about which there which Im could, not remember. f' BtpUS TtalM Mli- -ls MtSlMT lulU M I. A There ore two BIImu chnue feet on tho sld& Fonnavn lb. tbamovlaAlUaUeaMUIaMo, ovorV rase, however, ho parried tho lr.MMUIM was the first who praotlcally ap Is so much popufnr mystery and sirt tin Ay 'of take, aaa, aAaaauat. aad Zz. iiaiaaduM nllt.M on tho ground floor, a hall- Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June '20 riba-- at tU V so skillfully that tho man left rooms Jlax Va fan4 piled it to work on roads and cnnlniP nicti brmaU. Sanpt way and nn open stairway. Tho September 10. Docemher 0 misconception ft Is stroke us asbestos, throa.hcitti!njll.t,r Tlal, iQeaau without tho slightest Idea that ho ' uppor floor has two rooms and a Ad4raai. In 1602, ho took out a patent vuguoly understood that tho prinBurouu. Ben E. Gravef Marrh or a vollir J THC R I PAN 8 CHBMIOAL OOw recognized. had not been tllO BU1UM .ll . 11 In England for a stoam carrlago, Tl. .Mn,..,, In nt 20, June 25, September 1 , Decem- rion- - ilrmr cipal ulnJni of this roinnrkabtn prod-uUUllWUjr Alio UHliiliiUjr la ui ..,.;.;..-.v.v....;....v..judgo's fuco woro a perpetual .pmlle. and this novol maohlno be exhibited terra cotta. All rooms aro provldod ber 24. to attention Is thut It cannot bo Croam Baln.COlD'NHEAD Sometimes when ho saw a rnan np-- p with olosots, and thore Is a bath,to large and astonished crowds lm consumed by fire, and not InfreA H. Aull March 6, Omni mill rlrans the Nasal lessees. llAnTFono. reaching ho would ask me that room with modern plumbing on tho Immodlatoly afterward "London. quently t)ie effect of tho mention of June 4, September 8,Dccfrnber ft Al'ny PMn and Influnation, Hrnls " ho adapted his steam carriage- - for nshofitoM In to carry the hearer back man's nnmo, but from tho meeting upper floor. Woodward-Ma- rch L. O. Thoro Is nothing RoSjne. sSnbsoribo nd 1'iottctH the M mhrmir lrom which followed, tho Inquiries nbout lacking In ituo drawing of wagons consignment 13, Juno 12, September 11, Colds. Rrstorz the Seizes rf Taste tho to tho days when tho peoplo of the news tf tho tho fumlly and tho a duty which It successfully-the December 11. IsqujcklvnluQibed. Gives rebrighten They Plmruohs wrapped their dood Iu paint to and noluhborhood one would Imaglno iooouted on tho Morthyr-Tydvllrhn Tout B. s bel nt once 50 Cents at lluij gists or CltOMtfrU' outstdo, tho varnish to finish up woven from tho tflYIIn ttyat Wfo two had been-- upon tho tho Interior, tho sashes already March 7, Juu 7, Soptemljcr 5, De- bv mill; amnlfl wa l nur. iroilway In 1801. This was the first .ordor to prosurvo thorn, tha TkkJj news. 4 railway locomotlvo, but it was far having been II rut cnibalmcA .Roy EY BRO 56 Warren St Nw York. j ,Vo judge could carry bis stato by trlaiod. tho doors shed, and flulsjioc". cember 5, porfoot. It djew only tQuJQH row Hartford Republican. Easy to Tako to Operate AteminaMe Catarrh. I Hood's Pills por-hap- mn rji3ffittl'M I1IH M' h ''lI mmrmtt high-spee- ns no-gro-ss otic. r. dUtfMz&i WRAPPER i deep-seate- n, 60,-00- GASTORIA cos-d- ri o Mj 1 Kli'S GUMUL d SHORTHAND INSTITUTE Entrance q Stlx &t - ansro s.iisrcv, ? WOOL. com-Imon- R Tit-Bit- e. iv. t-- mm '- Purely Vegetable tin i -- ':' i A-- - et - . -r-i Tr .:, U t AF gk two-sto- ry M.JiHUfl ':KEiY0i KKP1 BLH'AN. a,r,tio,a, 3y. is a , ti$m s I COHiBflB y, - mln-liste- s. -- 5 ' , renuy-maoe- p 1 siwrz BES.e.yon ooilego j S T ABULES on t- Bi-- iduoT-KIchar- '' 11 1 IPTavH j rail-Iwa- 1 F5 w, ll -- ceio-olotli- for Tho Ropublicun und get all tbo 1