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I nEALTi term begins August 31, 1B80, Vnc. home for the recejitloii oihi Special vES!- - Thorough training. sXtenhob. lren to young piipils. Terms m lnuftl. Your pntrousge so ilelted. r 8n i -- pptfiuitlMrwrilttll ir ukliir Xlvia KIWU-uto- sops ornciAL organ or the j. ' '" ia-. nm m tbe mis u comoressiokai. jisteic:, Tht Chtnj" diet, vu AWdicin Parttt nJ lint frail m niiiOT.ti.v.s nvMPK.r.iiA. in ins Tiviiw. HOUR ' trrif W. . ' . HABTFOBD, KY., FRIDAT JANUAKY29, 1897. Highest of all NO. b Leavening Power. &7. llmtHmrn, tc Trill ntlllod ttm4y I wrtnid not to cooula a ilnirlt partitla of Wmeuuv, or anjr mlntial (btUtrae, but U cont.lnloc the. Southern RMI aiKt whim an .11. y, Ua iVSTldtnea ha AlMn M consult whtr Llrar Dlae wiott It will cur all DlitM earned by D.rant rotnt ! th l.ltr and Illel. Th 8YMPT0MS ol Llttr ComoUInt f bltttr or bail Ujta In the motiihi Vln 10 th. U.ck, Bide "f Joint, often mlitaktn for Uhet Ixn ol Appetite Sour Stomach) Htndacit, , DWiUallernattlruxUvaandlait el Vl.morr. with a painful .tnwtlen ' bating failed to do aoinethlng rhlrh ought k hat been done, Dtblilty) Low Spirit, a UH. yellow appearand of Ilia Hkln and lijrM, a an Confth often tn'.iaktn lot ( omumptlon. attend aymptom Sometime manjr ol tti thdle.iie,toibera rerr few; But th I.lvm j (jtn.f.lir the teat of ttia dlwac, and If in tjm. (rtoat ufleritift wrelched-nea- e and DUATII will entue, Th following highly e.teemtd perton attest to tho virtue ol Simmon I.lror W. 8. Holt, Pre. Oa. B. W. H. R. Co. Rtv I. H. Pelder, Perry, Oa- - Col.E. ICMnark, Al- Oa.i lion. Aleiandtr H. Stephen. "W hat teitid It vlltue,MronalIy,ad know that lor Dyipeptla, IlUlouiBtaa and Throbbing Headache It I. thebett roedlcloe the world ever w. W tried forty other remedle befor Simmon Liter Regnlator.butnone gavo more than ttmcorary r.ll.fl but the Kegu but cured u." ED. later not only rellt-red- , int, llfeADACllit Celle, 8T0HI.4I. PURELY VKGE'TAMLIJ, "3S5 THE FAKMER BOY. The Futurj3'' Government WIIIResUUpon His Latest U.S. Gov't Report pr!' llf" : Tor fsTeetrly-- - LjXJ J OBNTTTET DELKERS VEHICKLE 3E3CjaL.-7,:E3 Shoulders. v"k Reared In close, conlact with niinrj and drinking 'Inspiration from the freshness and freedpm of the country, the farmer boy enjiys an Infinite wisdom over the city cousin. Freed from the temptations and training evils that surrounded; the footsteps of the city youththe farmer boy lays the foundation, of hts character, 3ur rounded by strong physical and moral Influences that often prove Ilia bulwark of safety in the battle of life. The youth reared, on the farm has the advantage of ' tlig- vjgorous physical Royal th king I am reminded of the King of Heaven, which Is God Almighty. W'en I see the queen, I am reminded-the Queen of Shcba, for he was as ABSOLUTELY IS PURE Iv9 X J - T iMi, It j w 4W m. iMHpr I iftY . price ofa book or newspaper eontin ues until the full amount is paid. Notice to the publisher that papers ore no longer wanted and wilt not be wire a woman as Soloraen was a man. paid for,does not relieve the subscribSlit brought with her fifty boy and er from the responsibility until the Tklioraph aro UcaiENOER, Macon, Oa. OXl.Y BY MANUrACTUHID h y girls, all dressed in boys apparel, full amount of theyeatly subscription J. II. ZCIUN & CO., PhlUdtlphla, Pa. fo iing Solomon to tell which were is paid. 0 Failure to receive a copy of a news, besand which were girls. King PROFESSIONAL CARD. S omon sent for water for them to paper, without fault of publisher, Is J.H.H. Wcttfllug washed to their elbows no ground for refusing payment of Jnw.H.OIenu, the girls training that --'strengthens both his ( aii I the boys to the wrists, so King subscription The liability runs to GLENN & WEDDING. Capacity, and added St' omon told by mental and moral the end of the subscription. that." 4o this is the, nafiwaJVopd that fol 'Well" said the mayor, you have EXTRACTS FROM TUB TOSTAr. lows n closecontlct wlthnalure In all given a goodTtlescrlptlon HAUTFORD, KY. ol'nll the ' ScVy5s6. Postmaster, shall notify (Office, oter Andenon' Baiaar.) her moods, It is because of the ca ds expept one." m the publisher of any newspaper or Will practlco their profmioir In ah stronger nature and more vigorous What Is that?" other periodical, when any subscriber the courts of Ohio and adjoining counmanhood of the country reared man ' The knave, the mayor. shall refuse to take the same from the ties, and court of Appeals, Special that he so often outstrips the city Also 'I will ?ive your honor a CD office, or neglect to call tor It for the attention given collections. youth even In his own field of labor, Notary Public for Ohio county. of that too, If you will u.ot be an- period of one month. 33 Our cities are filled with successful gry." Sec. 557. Notice will be given OTam.es -business men who went 'rom the farm "I will not." said the mayor, if you when a newspaper or periodical Is unto take their place in the army of city do not term mc to be the knave." called for, or refused, or when the breadwinners. Bfinglugto the (strug"Well," said the soldier, "the subscriber changes his address withKWRITE FOB CA TALOG gle a physical and mental v'gor ac- g, "atest knave that I know Is the out notifying the publisher or order, HABTI-flHnfi? KT. quired from their early training they ing his matter forwarded t upon the t, brought me here." that Will practice his profession in Ohf 'soon show their superiority and take for that pur- uuu I do not know," said thewayor blank form furnished deal-- i nujuiuiugcuunues, ana court 0 their places In the front ranks. The that he is the greatest knave, but I pose, which can be procured by ap- Appeals. Special attention given t country boy can, if he. will, take such know he is the greatest plication to the First Assistant Post- collections. Office east side of paHf fool." advantage of his opportunities as will "When I count how many spots master General, Division of Post Of squaro. fit him for any position in life Dar th' re in a pack of cards, I find three fice Supplies. II the first notification M. L. Hravrin. UKT,BY TAYLOr ing the winter months 'he can find hundred and sixty-fiv- e, as many days be disregarded, a second may be sent, .HEAVRIR ILQR. ample time for that class of reading as there are in a year." calling attention also to the fact of j - . and study that will broaden his mind a?.h"AasVm On counting the number1 of catds previous notice. The notice is to be e with useful in .i pack, find and fill his , HA KY. the number given to publishrrs in Canada and I knowledge. An education acquired of weeks in a year, and I find four Mexico as well as lit this country. byselfefloit Is more enduring and su ts, the number of' weeks in a First There is nothing in the postal Fsrrv WflfftGrfiald.. more helpful than the perfunctory month, 1 find there are twelve plc-tu-ie laws or regulations concerning the of the youth who goes to it- cards, representing the number liability of a subscriber for 'the subJjeavek Dam, Ky. school only because his parents send of pionths in a year, and on counting scription price of a newspaper or peR. R. wsmnTTvia him and never take a thought of his tl v number of tricks I find thirteen, riodical. Second If a postmaster preparation for the future. The tht number of weeks in a quarter." should cause loss to a publisher befarmer boy, by setting lor himself a 'So you see, sir, a pack of cards cause of a failure to comply with a HaetfoiuJ, Ky. Illinois ,. f?,. SELSOBAPET, PE1TKA1ISBIP, ETC. high standard and working towards se WJirpractice his profession in all iet for a Bible, an almanac and a plain provision of" law, his liability Id connection with the Southern Pa- It, cansccomplishwondersin the way would have, to be deteimiced in the the courts of Ohior-anadjoining coi .mon prayer book." cific Co , will, on ard after the night the shouldof advancement Also Notary Public. courts, and not by the Post Office De- counties. of Kovemher 7, 1896", run lrom CinOffice, in Cqmmercial Hotel. ers ol such men .Will rest the lutcre 8100 Htwnril 9100, cinnati and Louisville a Pullman partment. Third Postmasters should v. i j s J J 1 he readers of this paper will be make record for their own protecEx. BUFFET SLEEPER EVhRY TUES- weltare of the government. , n Who desire to better hi or her condition in life, should writo for pleased to learn that there Is at least DAY AND SATURDAY tho Catalogue er mo one dreaded disease that science has tion when a publisher is notified of night to connect direct at New Orleans II lit Tou ever 3 oT'JC9A',r,r,fcM OOXOj33 OHEJ. with the Southern Pacific's fast, sol- Try Electric Bttters ss a remedy for been able to cure in all Its stages and the non delivery of his paper ton rcrm &&n b ub w wsw id vestibule train, the "Sunset LimiKo. 400 Tmnn sthbbt. iooibviipIiB. This record should show nARTFQED, KY. you troubles? If not, get a bottle .that Is Catarrh. Hall's Cararth Cure subscriber. ted,', lor la, Angeles and San Fran now and get relief. This Medicine Is the only positive cure now known the name of the publication, city or Will practice hie profession in all th to the medical fraternity. Catarrh cisco On these cars for town in which It published, name of courts of Ohio and adjoinipg counties i.3 has been found to bepeculiarly adapt- - being a constitutional disease, CALIFORNIA VIA NRWORLEANS Carelul bo a constitutional treatment, the subscriber and the date when the business attention willhis given to pll Female Throuph reservations Cincinnati and to the relief and cine of care. Cc. l's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- notice was settt. If the first notifica- lections aentrusted to Oiliceovcr Ohio LonUville to the. Pacific Coast can be CompUitSjiierliajj a wpud.ejful di- lis specialty. Qntitom-taadGarments Fits Guarantood. made. In addition to the Ballet rect influeucejln giving streugtS aid ly .acting directly njHin the blood and tion is disregarded, a second one County Bank. Also Notary Public. mucous surfaces of the system, there should be sent and a record also made Steeping Car service, connection will be made at Memphis by train leavintr tone to the organs. If you hste Losn by destroying the foundation of the of it. . -t, 1 ..i.:ii .m;iuuuiii m z.au it ... ' anu v uuis'n of AppetitejClipitioji, HeadaftliJvLd'tSise, . and, giving the patient iu. C.."uji TK.T;,v. has. f ' - Jjmnly slfforjy ville 6:55 p ni. every Wednesday, 1'aiaiing apcn or aic xiccvoui; a" IlK-- I". uuiiujtig uu 1l,S,;2iil4.,si ""TSacrssS.'Alter-notificati- tm luc wuDkiiu llJ tion assisting nature in with ' , Sleeiea. Lxbitable, Meluncholyor j&oik.andThe proprietors have, doing its been given, as required in the previ, so much PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING ' t.oi'uled witlCD'y sPe51,, Electric fa't in its curative powens, that they ous section, the postmaster will hold MHARTFORD, KY. CAR refused matter for thirty days, Will practico bis profession in the leaving: Chicago every Wednesday Biite.'s Is thCmedHne you need. offfr One Hundred Dollars for any the . r and running through without change Health and Sjteogtn are guaranteed ca- ' that it fails to core. Send for after which the same, and all copies Courts of Ohio aod adjoining ppnn-tie- s. Address, should be subsequently arriving, from Chicago. to Sao Francisco, via by its m.e. ' jty;;ceels and,$r,oo,at list it Testimonials. Special attention given to ejl ' J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.. placed In the waste paper. New Orleans by the same roufe. W..Vnis &lKlPs:.D rg Sto'e. lections. Office in Courthouse. old hy Druggists, 75c. Comfortable, Free Reclining Clialr Car , ?rfJ Tails Family Pills are the best, on this train between Cincinnati,, Point. JNO. B. WILSON InnV&Vrnjrr nook mulRibla Louisville and Memphis. Through' I'nck ol The following points on advertisA pnvatesoldnfaamcd R?chr5. Lee A Person la b Avoianl. rale but ' $5 50 from doubleibettli There is one thing that every blcyi ing we clip from au exchange: "Gen Memphis This . is.The Only True was taken belorecmagistrtteforpiay. HARTFORD, KY. Winter Route to California, owing to Ing caids durln'grrvce. nKpp'eoiii cler needs to look out for more than eral advertising operates on a comgiven to eel low altitudes and the absence of snow a munity in a general way; but the SPECIAL; attention abstracts, to., yc making seigeant coinmanded theisbiciiers at for anything else, and that Is the and severe cold iveftUicr.. Also good directs the steps of the nlso Notary Publio ior Ohio County. e thief. There is no denying that feature that chuich, and whenJtJie'parsoii had connection to the purchaser straight to your store is, Oflioe North side of public square. CITY OF MEXICO read the prayers UeSiook the text. he springs up everywhere, and his via New Orleans, by the Illinois Cenuities is something to marvel at. the fact 01 the published price aim Those who had aBiBTer tok It qui, Time-wa- s of the eoods. tral and lhe Southern PuclG""Rail-rcad- k but this soldier hnd.nc-'lhe- r S. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, B hie nor Tht latest device of these people Is Ticltet when the great conseivalive stores ot common prayer book, but putl)ng out somewhat amusingly shown in a stoRATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHignored this power of th e a pack of caids be spread them before ry 'hich comes to us lrom over the New York ER ROUTE HAitTroio), Ky. printed price; they sternly refused to Vslc for special California Folder of him. He just looked at one card and seo It seems that a tendenWill practice his profession in nil tho I 0 R. R. They, as well as tickets Tpe sergeantvOl the gu rds Colonel wss exhibiting to an yield to such a degenerating then at another. Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining eouiitiea , yg. . and full Information as to rates and admiring group ot ladies in Battersea cy; the traditions of these establishsawlilm, and said: specific train time can be had of agents Collections carefully and proMptlr at- - ,7tHv the excel!, ments were ogalnst it, and it wad tended to. Office with i.ad- - connecting "Richard, put up the cards, this is no Park, the other morning, o the Central Route Sr Qo. .cpresqnteij T.J. Smith tik magnificent bicycle, rumor- frowned down; although, unfortuV. A. Kell-onencesofa lints, ot by addressing place for themA & Co., Market Street. K nately for them, It refused, to be A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. sx "Never pind that," said Richard, ed to have cost an immense-suto any great extent; frowned down A. II. Hanson, Louisville Dental VIOKERg, When the service was ovei the con- when he was couiteously accosted by tthe practice grew, and us friends, to Gen.l Pass'r Agent, Chicago. stianger, who day are legion. One by one thegteat stable took R(chnrd before the niny-o- r. name by a ventured toadmiie the wonderful ma- stores have fallen into line. The latIlHRTfORB, Ky., "Well, says the mayor, "what have chine, lhe strauger Inquired us to est convert to the Idea is Tiffany, the cost, and addresi of the makers, New York'd great jeweler. Tiffany's Will practice his prpiHeion w Ohle you brought the soldier here for?" witb and adjoining counties. Speoutl atand asked li he might mention the prices. "For playlqg cards in church." The great American maxim tention given to nil business esWMd Cojonel's name when ordering a sim 'Suit your goods to your customers' For Infant and Childrort "Well, eoldtej;,. what have yon (0 his care. Oftieo 1q ilar machine, a request to which the taste and fit your pilce to their pock building. fov yoursejl" ets,' has won out." Colonel, who thought that the Strang ' bit llmll. "Much sir, fbope " ItUIUI, vtjnrJ H "Very goodj' lj not I will punish er might be an acquaintance whose AEHI8TE AD JON EC, jou uioe tjina'miyt wpb eyer punish- far., he fiad forgotton, immediptety ed," 1 hive been," said the soldier, sctvded. Then the stranger wanted f'about'slx. mtks on 'the match. I to fy the bicycle, aud the Colpncl, How lp Hill n Nruinirr, HARTFORD, KY., i.J n t I. --. The lollowing receipt for bJinging, "have neither Bible nor common pray- pinud tnat his machine ihould have WiH praciiee in alUhe Courts ot (IAWM about the demise of a local newspaper er booit. I llifve nothing Jmt a pack ctetted such an Impif.jsion, agreed uttffiKS Contagions B'ood Polsou has been no- - And adjninuie cu hties. 3ISB8Laflmll OB m' "liinioniy Isofleredby the editor of t western of ca. ds, ansl L'lJ satlblyyonr woishlp to tnt pjopoiition-tin- v OHil atclv called the curse of mankiu ia tention given to collections. County Aitoruey. a novice, yon kuow,' the stranger q( the purity of my Intentions." t is the one disease Uiatphysicitna cand paper: Tij old.Crpw . . , . . $5tofcr as be treadled feebly along not care; their mercurial aud potan "lust let the siil2r!oti0n co It's And spreading the cards before the v. ,. 3 to s rweeUlpi .Crowns in 1 serpentine course, and then he the system; to surely break forth Jn a WaiaalUe.k only n dollar Jjjjwtfie. ..publisher mnyor. he begat) wUhthe ice; Bet t t o) teeth (no better mad fill WWUCU All lUfSa form, on witter how much you pjy) . 9S doesn't uecajt. . "When I see. the pee it reminds me in 'texiously qirckened his pace and more, virulent system. resuhine in a total ty; wreck ol the up Oold IUwifl iiia .ps theje' U but one God. When I see the b, u to tide straight. He was ont JJi."nit S. (C 'IS&jVSsw "If he Mr. Prank 13. Mattin. a prominent Mf. .IbrcrJlfinL' 75J of 'ght in a minute, and the Colonel Jeweler at oj6 Peusyivanls Ave., Wak " you ran, and ifduilrntn stop thevpa tjtuce it reminds me of Father and Ki?tM!i.'-pe- J . tooth JC ington,D.C.,sajr: aaj-per you nevrf read It anyhow. ,Thfg: iSo(). When I tee lh Jra? t reminds is till waiting for him to return. FtMek oittradlffur with Vitalitert . Quit coughing Isifssy 'eiHiugU t 1 was tor a loag ' ' ' 1 r: go and borrow your neighbor's,' time under treat you know how to do It. 1ia tier' me ol ralhoa, Son and Holy Gicst. tl'jom Ilaipcr'a Round Table. Battractinr free when Artlfiolal ment of two of way to quit is to take one de of Dr. "When the reporter cqrnes, alwayo When I see lhe foiif spot, ftituiliida are ordered. Officf permanent- the best physi- Bell's Pine Tur Honey. 3wihj Postal Laws. be busy. Make him feel as jf he wete we of tho four evaogelUU that ' cians of this city, coughs, lung coughs, wintar'fctiglit ted V II It is common law existing in every Bu 18.IU3T AS COODlOH ADULTS. for a severe case bronchial conghs orsny otherltind intruding. When thf advertising pieached. Matthew, Mark, tukc and i tfit- -' vHiuhIT of blood poison, any person or persons re- WARRANTED. PRICE 60 cts. and job man. cornea, tell him you State that coMgtx or cold ts speedily rurtd bJohn When J meet the five, It but my condition e G4I.ATU, ILUI, KOT. W, M, ceiviqjr any article, and making usrt don't need to advertise everybody PriiMSIolDOCoflt LouK.Mo, WO grew worse ell the Ufeot this Tt medj . Ctofhtu hn , me of the five wUe virgins Fair View Herd l4tljiom-- W lutiur, bouiva cf of same. Is liable lor payment. f the while, not- It. Old jieoplc like it. iJhft le TAftTiSLBMJ CTlirj, VOflia oiwl mil knows yqn, that you will try and get that trimmed thelrlamps there were In all our SiiudtH tbnt iitw withstanding the Z Wayne Gtilliu & r t Subscribers who do not give express Ua7UjhW7.Dii.iimm. Imi along without any printed stationery le'n, la Att Mriwie st ll sacar but five weie wl,e and five were ,'!'. Miliar fact that they ,0P talc uclTrl ..tit-OTr Mkl hi .rijla Ibtt notice to the contrary aie considered eT charged me tmm It is too expensive; you must econ- Joo'ish and weia ity ont. When I waj-tfin I: Ishing to continue their subscrias hundred dollar. omize, see the six, it leminds me (hat In six Por wle by Williams Si Bell. My month W "Never drop In and see the editor days God made heaven and rnith, ption from year to pear. eating sores; wy tonga wa t, Wswtbwiwl . . filled Louisville I' subscribers change (heir address almostwith sway, 10 that r mree unlesu yon want a free complimentaeaten When I sec lheven, It remluds me Come and . jmi ia fU not akin. . ry notice or a Jungthy obituary for a on the seventh thy hertted from the without notice to publisher or post months I was unable to taste ny oHd L BwndVaUiiK . IrviHgtott rapWIy. it f If your wota. master, and the papers are sent to the food. My hair was coming outhad and X was in a horrible fix. 'OJniirinr- - l,e'ovd ttl&wve. Never reoomraend great woik h had cieated and haU fot'ucr address, trey ire held respon vartotw treatments, and w Inearlytrj4 tatethwiport .. 10 "-. o yo LCkrverseH ' thtpiftero'snybwly. IfWhen lowed it The eight lcmlndt me of tibUi. when friend rcowmnd trtawHrVtlk . 11 is i.44 J. U; WJHjLH, persons that were the eight righteous After had taken ' u subscribers piy in advance, they S.S.S. to got better, and four botll, J nr, Ky, llttll sheet, but it doesn't amountto esved when God destroyed the world, Uus t&trUM botthM, when I had Ar Hawfiatrwi . W sh uld notice to the publisher at the . No No. 44 vlx: Noah and his wile, wiib thice en' ol their subscription peijPWii sonad Mrd ,!, my skia wm wlthowt a , twp, and you m "Keep It tp a sily .i mm 4t ni flj tons and thiee wives. When I see tht do not wish the paper ctiB UtHtUk, anat I hv bad mi return M S..S,imad mttftotualifti Uttdta'- - a.ft.8. (gtmnokM n 'f aWaFTfTwtaww . , .IMI'D J3 thenlje, itieaiiads weoftlje aire 1 Ut'i. B olwlawry" jp 5U t of HrxehaHia nf4 )WtA town." leperfUhit were olMiiAed by our Sa. Local notice 10c per Ifhj 4 S 9 jmyMt, iis The law dees noc recognliwwt-Uf;llo- VigHU) will cure any csm of bloeo Com- tiolsos. Book on thedisease LOovMaawt 9subseqnenl'ivllftfwi mtloa and 5c vlour, there wvre nine ont of Ua who as mi excuse foi analnL. tret. . 10 11 Men, Large costra5ts P:ial ltpTBfr'atpWm wlf-never returned tluults. Whea I uv ttt of the subscription Kfi $1 iaiH on onndWates end iiolitlcal fclinittto" . ih the ten it lemlntU me of the ten eom- 13 iff k jwKwr roc per him, Kor L Bsandontmrf M$tl r K I umndtuU wblb wittwndd down 10 sssHaHaaVK1 & fnreiur At toUwini" lV9onMUy 'Wff Moms or Ubitij ot iowi. Wk I tm I - IZ131L.t) THE IES A ID. - V LAWYERS, 6u.SnaltH, 0 1 loo 2P3C Cent, taa Handsomest. - V- HTmnnr p j law con-sttb- le lL"v.r Sold by authorized ers or direct from W Mantel a, MANUFACTURES, stoie-bous- fifty-two- I attorn tLt fi HsndorsoiajKy Central Attorney at Law - Attorney at Law, BMS-SMHH- B30BX-2AW- nnvtur a ore fU0! r. ryjxmmM kt. aud-upo- aaTrsxjJij Attorney at Law, -- ti.n.i u -' Atlorn ey et JCtw 'ir - v Attorney et Law bi-c- in-g- et Attorney at Iaw well-kno- .&. bv afson d, GRDVE5 well-dress- - Attorney at Lajif, J.E. CASTORIA to-sa- RwmJlN , Blood Poison. Aitorneycxtla xlk UanpH Ji r .1 ... J1 ttae! OhBlHi -- ' CHILL TONIC U1 TASTELESS ns.V a, Mmmm m , J r t : -- aj &&'"$, E$? iTsvrr"1:' eh folamd (runtx. ?. W M t Inl.lllt,Htr..J4rtttttoil. -- A u The RnpublicUn fi'rwlfJ'thn 3th J Mitt t J74 rst 84 t Y"V irwd Republican The pr. and Louiivilte moi'oial bo'th one hx $1.20. yr fiMd twucf4 LOftor,. $ i n yor & OiMWOIMA. 05r ac -n vm Pr BiBnfjd "'" sss i mm 'S ttk 51 i. , Wi 1 1 ,a V Mr mi -- l Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1897. We bave had tbe coldest spoil this week oi tho season. The Republican party now has an WASHINGTON. Great Men as Seen From tho Galleries. Washington, Jan. 25. Editor Republican! Men may be great because of the positions they occupy, or they may be great because of some special talent they possess". Grover Cleveland occupies an exalted He is a great man in position. that he attained that position. The position of President ol these United States reflects honor upon a man who occupies so exalted a position. Abraham Lincoln was a great man because of the intellect that conceived and executed great and arduous things. The position ot President could in no way add to him greatness or glory save as a means by way of which he accomplished the work he had set to do. So, comparatively, men are great in the several positions they occupy In the House., One man's executive ability rmy place him iu the lead of other members He is always on the qui vivk of expectancy, never caught napping, measures ate never slipped through the House without his knowledge, unless he is "unavoidably absent" n contingency thatdoes not often occur. An observer from the galleries soon learns to recognize him. This peculiar characteristic of the man makes him a great and useful member. Joknson, of California; McClelland, of New York) Boutelle, of Maine; Dailey, of Texas, ate a few leaders in this line. Then we observe the indefatigahte workers. Evans, of Kentucky, Is one of the most industrious men In the House, and his executory ability is remarkable Mr. Evans is an astute lawyer, while he bears the appearance of an unapproachable man, method!-al- , concise and reserved, he is, I am told, one of the most genial of gen- opportunity to perpctualo its record Iaaneil livery rrlilnj- nt llnrirord, Hy, as a party of progress and power, and it will certainly tako advantsgo of . Editor. SAM A. ANDERSON tho opportunity. - Off Ico on Fox Streot. Ovnn 0110 million hpvo been given at Hattford employment since tho election of Mc rta second class mall matter. Kinley at good wages and many ol Announcements Democratic Ticket. the mills and fautorles bave given increase iu the wages to tho laboring We are authorized to announce As booh as Congress convenes men. ELI II. DROWN As a candidate for Circuit "Judge ol niter inauguration and wo have some the Sixth Judicial District, subject to tariff legislation we will bavo n genuthe action oi the Democratic party. ine wave ot prosperity We ate authorized to announce Entered at the post-office Subaorlptlon, $1.25 por yoar '"IBS' W. T. OWEN Let us be dono with humbuggery As a candidate ior reelection as Cir- in American politics. The money cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dls question is settled so far as the broad trlct, subject to the action of the and general poiioy oi this country Is Democratic party, concerned. The pooplo havo settled For Commonwealth' Alt rue v. it as effectually as tho arbitrament of We are authorized to announce arms settled the construction of the EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's Constitution in 1801. There will bo no Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Diss middle ground to stand upon in tho trlct, subject to the actiou ol the future; there will be no vague and Democratic party. meaningless platforms to reassure the For County Attorney prudent and conciliate tho foolish; We are authorized to announce there will be truckling with demaB. VICKERS J. gogues and no temporizing with fa As a candidate for the office of Couns The Republican party bos ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject nntics. to the Democratic party. won tho niost important and emphatic victory in its biitory. It has woo We are authorized to announce that victory by honesty, courage and F. FELIX As a candidate for the office of Coun- faithful adherenco to its best princity Attorney ol Ohio county, subject ples. In the National Convention at to the action of the Democratic party. St. Louis, the Bepub'icau party, beMn. McKinley will have the set by every temptation to pacify strongest Cabinet formed einco the threatening bolters and keep intact tho ranks of the organization, refused war. to compromise with dishonor, and deFree silver had put up in packs clared in unmistakable and unequivages may now be had at tho rate of ocal terms its position on tbe supremo three cents a package. It declared issue of the campaign. this nation About 850,000,000 deficit will its high conviction that for with her vast agricultural interests, Lave to be raised, and tbe McKinley hor manufacturing industries, her administration will raise it. domestic and foreign trade, and her If tbe Democratic party fails to millions of workingmen, the present learn a lesson from its experience with gold standard was essential to progBryan and the Chicago platform its ress and prosperity. friends and supporters bad as well Hare Curative Power givnup hono of teaching it even Is contained in a bottle of Hood's common sense. Sarsaparilla than in any other similar preparation. It costs the proprieHon. "Fish" Hook, a well known tor and manufacturer more. It costs Warren county silver man, writing to the jobber more and it Is worth more the Elkton Progress, says: "We to the consumer. It has a record of must concede this: Ii tbe position cures unknown to any other preparathat the Democratic party occupied tion. It is the best to buy because it for more than ten years previous to is the One True Blood Purifier. 189G was tho cdrrect position, then Hood's Pills are the best family tbe present position held by the sin cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, gle gold standard or National Demo reliable, sure. cratic party is the correct one, and FreeTrnde IruHfl. they are entitled to tho name of Dem Secondtthoughts are beginning to ocrats." exercise a disturbing influence over has become of tbe good men the people ol New South Wales in "What in tbe Democratic party who have their adhesion t6 Free Trade. A few to bo County months' experience of the conseheretofore wanted of a policy which has sacrifJudge? What is tho mattor with quences &C? These iced local production to the interests Glenn, Kowan, Stewart, of importers has had a disillusioning men bave all aspired to that office in The eflect upon the public mind. the post. Can it be that they are not glamor oi glowing promises which tbeir committee show no signs of being recognized is qualified or has "fused" them out? Something seems iading-awaand If the issue of Proto be the matter with tbe proud De tection and Free Trade were put to mocracy of Ohio county. the vote to morrow is by no means certain that the country would return Tw VAnarrl in f li Pnnldlftt nflrtv Unci the same answer as that given at the its doctrines Jhe Owensboro JPrtis The farmers last general election eayi: were told that they would receive an "There is a serious split In the immediate benefit in the cheapening ranks of the Populist press association of the They are cost! of production. which embraces all the papers of that peculiar political faith in the country. unable to discover any tendency in Pnnnllsm drips tint remesent a slticle that direction, and the assurance givtangible or practicle application of en oi wider markets has not been ful politics ana It is no wonaer mai u filled in a manner sufficient to over exponents are not agreed. A political party must have distinct doctrines, come the sacrifice entailed by the adand must lollow them without waver- mission of competition into the home ing or drawing back, else defeat and market. They see the Victorian fardisruption are certain. Where every mer compensated in some degree for man is a leader and every originator of vain ideas must have an equal the partial failure of his crops by the higher price obtained tor his wheat hearing the end must be as beginning, in the depths of folly." They have received no similar solas Hum. On the contrary, their prodIn The Behuiilican this morning ucts have been injured by the introappears the announcement of Hon. duction of large cargoes ot California Edward E, Kelly, of Hancock coun flour. Nor has the public gained by ty.aa a candidate for Commonwealth's any reduction of the pi ice of bread Attorney for the Sixth Judicial DisNo wonder that the agricultural intrict, Bubject to the action of the dustry is dissatisfied and is fast comDemocratic party. Mr. Kelly is well ing to the conclusion "that the fiscal known to the people of this District policy best suited to the interests ot as a tireless worker for bis party, a the farmers and settlers is Protection." The injury to industrial enterprise painstaking official, having served Feeling tho people of his county as County has been equally marked. Attorney lor one term in which be on this point has been strongly exmade a record to be proud of. He is a pressed by the President ot New young man of brainB and ability, South Wales Chamber of ManufactAlthough to short a time has thoroughly versed iu the laws of bis ures, country and is well qualified to fill tbe elapsed, sufficient evidence, he de Should elates, has been'given, and is accuui to which he aspires. in party nominato him and should ulatlng every day, to show tbe disas-tioube be elected he will make a good ofeffect this policy is having upon ficial. . Hancock county has never the manufacturing and producing inbeen represented in tbia Judicial District with Commonwealth's Attorney terests ol the colony. The numbers ml her citizens will push Mr. Kelly's of the unemployed hare been increass claims. ed by the shuttingdown of industries. From various districts) reports the The Democratic party hates the President, "they have received and old soldier, tho men who stood brave were still receiving reports of reducly by our country's (lag when it was tions in wages, workmen discharged, in dinger, the men who slept on the work closed and industries abandonbattle field many a cold night, the ed which had taken the expenditure men who offered their lives ior their of many years of effort and much cap. country's sake, and the widows of the ital to establish " These are the The policy Is men who laid down their lives fight- fruits of Free Trade. is eplgrammatlcally described as delibIt ing for tbeir beloved country. tampering on the one hand strange how a man can draw a pen. erately with prosperity of the people, and ; ' eion and then vole with his worst enc with the other Instituting relief works wy the Democratic party. Hero is to mitigate the at vast expenditure what tho Louisville Times eays about dlbtress caused tnereuy. iuc it, roldlers, and er, Melbourne, September s, 1896 tbe pensioner; read then resolve to forsake that party o Led to the Fnlt ol Home. the loaves and fishes But how Is I am not, at present, going to enter fusion to be brought about? Tbe democrats have candidates for every again Into the Tariff discussion, ns office On the ticket There are from there are more important questions one to a J6zen tuea after each office. that demand the serious attention oi In nearly every case some of these those who take an interest In the fuhave gone to the expense of announc- ture welfate of the country. At the same time, I would recoming their candidacy in the newspamend those who are Interested in Ute pers, which is no Inconaldetab'e item. Alt have spoken to their question to study the causes that led to the fall of Rome, the greatest Refriends, and as on record in various and later Empire, the world In the event of fusion, what Is to be public, ever knew, up to the period oi the done with these gentlemen? Will they offer themselves up for sacrifice establishment of the United States Rome iell through the influences of on an altar before which they would Trade, and the catze for providscorn to worship? Will they pocket Free ing the masses with cheap things. the afl ronted offered them in lieu of The conquest ol Sicily, and later oi the cash they have spent. Will Egypt, enabled her to Import her certhose who are kicked out feel kindly toward those who are left in? Will eals, produced by the slave labot of their personal and particular friends those countries, at a far lower figure enlist themselves in the fight with than she could raise them on her own that devotion that they would have fertile plains. What was the result? manllested under other conditions? The Roman small farmer and land Members of political parties ate but human lu spite of the effottsof the owner, the strength and sinew of the bosses who have tried to drill them to people and of the army, was gradually action s of which their consciences reduced to bankruptcy and servitude. He became a member of the prolenot could Owensboro approve. tariat The land he had once, tilled Press. became the property ol some rich paTho Country Editor. trician, who turned it into pasturage Verily the life of a country editor or hunting fields, or if be cultivated is a path of thorns. It, did so by slave labor, which was Free-Trad- of the poapla In Ilood'g BorupullU, I f mlleln onrci you when s!ck It It mtkee Mde and Merit Maintains theoonfldsneo Merit ATTENTION REPUBLICANS. lotintr t'onveiillou to NomliiMa Can illdnte lor toantjr Of fleer U Vnlled 10 Meet llnrttord, tfl, 1SB7. Mnitliy, rb. I: His bread is promises and his meat is disappointment. Ills creditor chase him by day, and the devlf'griuneth 'nt him in his v dreams by night? fc He sendeth the paper to a subscriber on credit nti'duhe subscriber payeth hlra not. '. s Then he stoppeth the delinquent's paper, and the delinquent slngeth tra la! and borroweth it of a neighbor. One subscriber payeth hissubrcrip-i- n wood, and behold it is rotton and soggy and oi short measure. He whoopeth up the township politician, and the politician gets elected and knoweth him no more. He puffeth the church filrgrati and v tlemen. Almost opposite him, across the House, sits his colleague, Hon. Jno. W. Lewis, in appearance and manner entirely diffeient from Mr. Evans. He impresses you as an aggressive Southern gentleman. He makes the interest of his constituents a personal matter and is always in his seat to watch their interest. It is claimed by Mr. Lewis' friends thathe has accompli shed more in the way of procuring appropriations for his constituents than any other or all of his predecessors in recent years. Judge iewis has a far seeing, well balanced mind, and has been one of thehard- est worked men on the important of the Judiciary, where he was at oneed recognized by the very eminent lawyers on that great Committee as a lawyer of the s ability. He is a polished s:holar and may be considered one of the gteat and useiul members of the House. Family quarrels have their advantages to come young men, it develops their self poise and combitlveness, fits them lor life, as it were; po I thought as I observed the handsome young member from the nth Kentucky Hon. David G. n The fitjht for the nomination in his district, which being obtained is equivalent to au election, was one of those unfortunate family afliirs itr the Republican party that is to be regretted, but which adds dignity, prudence and alertness to the victor. Mr Colson is a self made man He is one of the most brilliant and promising young men of his stite. It was with lively curiosity that I observed Hon. W G Hunter, or Dr. Hunter, who in 1895 manipulated the pulse of Kentucky politics so scientifically. In appearance, Dr. Hunter Is unassuming. He is evenly balanced both physically and mentally. He has a large body and comprehensive mind. He has the appearance of a man of great reserve force. "Obfirst-clasDu-tricCol-so- then attendeth it and payeth his quarter and receiveth two oysters. He boometh the town and things therein, yet receiveth no support and is a man without honor in his own country. Two young yeople marry, and he gtveth them a great puff, and they go to housekeeping and take not his paper. Yes, he is bound down with woe and his days are full of grief and trouble and vexatiou of spirit. But sorrow endureth only for a night and joy comcth in the morning. He ploddeth along and endureth in patience, and it Is written that he will receive his reward at the judgment. Spencer Cooper. UAMI.Ilf CnAPtL. A protracted meeting has been going on for tbe past week at Hamlin Chapel and will continue through this week. Servces conducted by Rev. O, M. Wilson. Mrs. Wm. Brown is on tbo sick list. Miss Rilla Ludacoots is visiting Mr. Lonnio B ack's family. Miss Mary Likens is visiting her sister, Mrs. Riley Black, a Mirs Ruth Hunt, ot Marvan Chapel, is visiting Miss Etta Fulkerson this week. Mr. T. J, Small is visiting friends in this neighborhood. I. At a meeting of tbe Uopublioan Commlttoo of Ohio county k,old'!n Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, Ho v. 2Stb, 169(3, it was ordered that tho Tint Is Just tho troth about Hood's Bw Kepubllcan voters of Ohio county be at tho Btparllla. Wo know It possesses tnirlt called to meet in Convention because it earn, not once or twloe or Court House in Hartford, Ky., on hundred times, but In thouBtndj and Monday, Fob. 15, 1897, at 10:80 thousands of cttei. V know It enrea, absolutely, permanently, when alt othern o'clock a, m, to nominate candidates fail to do any good whatever. We repeat for the various county nnd Juitjoes district offices fo be elected Nov, 2, 1807, J It was also ordered that tho Republican voters of Ohio county be called to meet at their respeotivo voting Ii Uie tet In fact the Oaa True Blood Purifier. precinct on Saturday, Feb, 13,1807, eure nautca, Indigestion, nt 1:30 o'clock p, ra. to select delellOOd S PUIS biliousness, M penis. gates to represent and cast tho voto of tor Nnle their precincts in tbe aforesaid CounA scholarship in the Lexington and Justices distriot conventions. Business College. A scholarship in ty It was furthermore orderad that Bryant nnd Strattou Business College. A ncholrashlp in King's Commercial the basis ol representation allowed College, A scholarship in Kenyon each precinct iu said County and College. Justices Conventions shall be one Apply at this office and we will save voto for every 25 and fraction orer cheaper. you big money. 12 cast by said prccincl for Samuel Had the Romans then introduced manufactures they might still hive Kasb, the first rjsrried, Republican &r4Gi prospered, but this then dlsdaned to on the ticket voted 'for nt Ute election do It was so much eisler and November 3, 180G. provided that no "cheaper" to import the products ot precinct be deprived ol having at the East. least two dolegatea and votes. This What was the result? will nllow prccinels to narao dclsgates P. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., In spite of the vast treasures ac, j m follows; J quired by conquest and robbery, this C3I WoBt M&rkot Stroot Do ',,", . 6 East Hartford treasure was being continually ex, . . S WestHartford twnon 5th and Oth, ported to pay for imports The balBeda .' ," $ Sulphur Springs ance of trade was continually against 5 . 6 Magan Rome. ' Cromwell 6 This in turn produced a contrac, . 1 Cool Springs tion, which, In turn, produce) a Rock port 7 R 1 BAKER debasement oi the currency. Had Select . 4 f &.KHKS r AND Horse Branch S Rome protected the opportunity of T. O. BAKER. Rosine 8 her people, had she protected her agBeaver Dam t'. . 6 riculturists, and she later seen the No greater calamity can befall a McIIeury . .". ,6 importance of developiitgdomestic in- perron than ill health. Coughs and Centertown 6 colds in themselves arc not serious Smallhous 3 dustries, who would have prevented maladies The more trlval couch or East Fordsvllle, 7 the accumulation of the land and of cold If neglected, may lead lo asthma, WestFordsvllie $ her wealth in a few hands, she would bronchitis, or consumption. The Aetnavllle . . 3 have prevented the impoverishment right time to treat a cough or cold is Shreve 3 right away. Delay means danger. Olaton . , . . . . . . . 3 of the mass of the people, an impovis a quick Butord Dr Bell's a , . erishment so great that the majority cure, n sure cure and a safe cure. . . . . . . 4 to be fed at the expense ol the Druggists sell it. Por sale by Z. Bartletts had Heflin State, and thus she" would not have Weyne Griffin & Bro. Making total uo3 fallen into that decay which lelt her Necessary to nomtnate . . . ', 55 an easy victim to the victorious barn .Voile At rrecinr.t conventions, kuowri At a call meeting of the County party afllltatiaa and' a pledge to supbarians that swept over her. Republican Executive Coram'ttee last Music Trades. port and vote for AM. nominees of Monday at the Court House it was f tbe aforesaid county and justices disNotlco. agreed that the convention to nomitrict conventions, will bo required of To Whom It May Concbrn; I nate a Republican candidate for learn that it has been reported Representative from Ohio county, all voters proposing to take part throughout the county, that I am to would be called at the time ol the therein. Youngmanwh'o have never be a deputy, is case Mr.S. T. Barnett Convention to nominate a candidate voted and those who will be 21 years who is a candidate lor the Republican of age before November 2,' 1807, with for Circuit Judge and Commonnomination for Sheriff", should be wealth s Attorney nnd Clerk of the qualifications above stated,; may alto elected. I desire to say that this reCourt oi Appeals, &c, and not at tbe participate and vole in their respectport is false in every particular. I Convention called to nominate coun- ive precinct conventions. am a Democrat. Mr. Barnett. who is ty officers on February r$. All precinct deiegatos are urgedto" my brother w is a Republican W A. Gibson, Ch'm'n. be at County Uonvcntioa on ; time- as and has never suggested, or hinted Jno P Mortom, Seo'y. conveution will bo called to order v any such thing to me, and I won Id promptly al 10:30 o'clock a. ra. not accept it II tendered me. W.A.GmsoN.Ch'm'n Co.Rep.Oom. C. B SUIAEKGER. Iita " tttfy Jno. P. MoRTO.f.Bec'y Theabove statement was subscribed vnitav m andsworn to before me by C.B. Sullen-ger- , To the Itrpiibllmn rlhlu i'annty January 37. 1897 Royal-tansYon are all doubtless aware wonderfat onrt ever;wliero,then beyond all question t hut tnedlelneponcsacs merit. PHKciner coNVEMTion rsit. is, Made H la. s SarsapariLa tii7l V ' fl AUSTIN HOTEL Louisville, Ky. '-- .... ... .... ...... ... .... .... ... ...... - in-la- - ? OABTOIUA. &08sr M. L. Heavrih, of the Notary Public. nniiF.Tr. s laa tor-ove- r: second administration ol Cleveland has worked a reduction in thepenslou roll oJ something like iii.aoo.ooQ per vear It nothing else had been done this accomplishment would be wortiiy the gratitude of the entire country. The pension outrage is one that needs coircction badly, but one which the majority ol cheap politicians are alraid to tackle " "The Populists Will Not Fuao. Farmers Journal sns: From the reports that Teach us (torn the county at large, we candidly believe that 90 per cent, of the Populists ol Daviess county will never again vote tbe Democratic ticket B. P. Cox, tbe pioneer of Populism nt St. Jo, called on us last Mond iv. Mr. Cox gave it as his opinion that there Is not R Pop-ut- iit within his kntMr'tdje whom lie liasnot heard declare that never ngoln would they vote thcDemocratlc tfcVe't. j H In lliao. fo'il bf druf ijisis. Wig Rev. J. T. Taylor filled his regular Ringing noises' in the ears, snap- appointment at Pleasant Grove Saturping., buzzing, .roariiig. caused by day and Sunday, alt disappear with the use of Chas Davidson and P. A. Moxley Hood's Sarsaparilla, left Tuesday with a large lot oi logs for Evansvllle, NpenktBff. Rev. II, Truman, of Owensboro, afI will speak at the following places at the times Indicated. Subject; "Did ter on extended visit to friends and Christ Come to the Election?" The relatives here, has returned home.. E. Coppage has moved onto the appointments, is not otherwise specfarm lately occupied by Henry Butified, are at night. Central Grove school house, Friday, ler. Mr.Butler has moved to BreckFeb 5. Centertown school house, inridge couu'y. Humphrey Carden, who has been Saturday. Feb 6 Stony Point school very low of typhoid lever, Is improvTtiesday, house, Feb 9. Walton serving but silent." Creek school house, Wednesday, Feb. ing slowly. Dingley, of Maine, and McMillin, ro. West Point church, Thursday, Rev. II. D. Burch is in Madison-vlll- e of Tennessee, conteud for the honors having his ees treated by Pr, Feb. 11. Equality church; Friday, as leaders of the House. Dingley is Feb. 12 Ceralvo school house, Sat- Baker. a thin, dark, medium sized man, and urday, Feb. 13 Cool Rev. Green is carrying- - on a meetSprings school yourhands. t has the appearance of being highly house, Ttiesday, Feb. 16 Preutice ing at Pleasant Walk bchool house, ,l( nominated, I will use alt honoranervous. He is somewhat at a disad- school house, Wednesday, Feb. A school has been organized at this ij. vantage with his opponent because of Cromwell school house, Thursday, place under the supervision of h 'V. ble means to carry jour banner to victory In the final election, a weak voice, but he has tenactity Feb. 18. Oak Grove school house, Godsey, which promises to be a Again thanking my friends for of purpose, and a quick comprehen- Friday, Feb. 19. Select school house, splendid success and accomplishing thrir assurance of support, and solicsive mind Hint takes in situations Saturday, Feb, 20. Flint Springs lasting good. This is the third school iting n contiuance of same, I remain, readily, and lays his plans and fol- school house, Tuesday, Feb, in succession which Mr. Godsey has 23. Yours truly, lows then acconngly. conducted here all of which have met W. M. Likins. Sam A. Andkbson. Mr. Keed is the great commander of the people Quite the approbation of men in the House, The recognia number ot young men and ladies Ilnrklrn'ft irnlen Hnlre, tion qf this prcnl'at characteristic, Siilis- of which contemThe lor UVlli tin are attending some coming fall. The Ctitsi Best Salve in the wotld Salt peculiarly Hroitg iu him, ai quired HfUlUl swj Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, plate teaching the r for htm th of Speiker His people here seem to be p with the Khcnm, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Handx, Chilblains. Corns, and all good common fen-tact, ready wit times from an edncition standpoint. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures and steady ne er tails hi 11 He has HOW TO FIND OUT. Quite a deplorable affair occurred nt Piles, or no pay required, It is the appearance of a rugged New Asktns Station on the L . St L & T. guaranteed to,give perfect ratlsfaction indifferent alike to the smiles Price as cents Fill a battle or common water glass R. R., near here on January 9th orr money refunded box, For sale by Williams & and frowns nt the members He en with nt hie and let it Stnnd twentv.frmr Harve Byers, a very respectable oiti-r-Bell." ij.i yf. forces the rules, in the House, with hours; a sendtradnl of settling indibecame involvrd in a difficulty the same comp'isceticy that he drinks cates a diseased condition ot the kid with one Dellaven, during the prog neys, When utine stains linen it Is his glass of milk nt the Speaker's nosltive evidence of kidney trouble ress ol which he was struck on The world "tipy w.tg ns it Too frequent desire to urinate or piin bead with a clnb in the hands of Ivy desk. HCUNANDO COUNTY, will" Reel will pursue the even teu. in the bick, is also convincing ptoof Basham, a sixteen year old boy. Mr. IlROOKSVILLB, IIltRNANDO, HOTltL. that tbe kidneys and bladder ore out or ol his way. Onsn vhr. Byers remained In an unconscious of order. Winter Health Resort The place condition until Monday the i8tb, WHAT TO DO. Will Fusion Work? Ftom what can be for any who are affected with pulrao-rary- . knowledge when he died There is comfort in the Th county committee yesterday lung throat or chest troubles. expressed, that Dr Kilmer's learned the killing was entirely unappointed a Mih committee to con so often Koot utegreat money reateuy Write for booklet: also for list of valSwamp called for and has caued considerable uable lands and homes for settlers; sult wltn tne ropitusis an4 see what fulfills every wish in relieving pain indignation. A warrant has been island growing corn, tobacco, Mtgar made for a fusarrangements can in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder sued for Dasham'a arrett, but he has cane, orauges and all hults, oats, etc. ion. Tbe appointed and every part of the urinary pas riot yet been found. Although n boy Property at remarkably low prices. sub sub committee to meet the sages. It corrects Inability to bold a J Watkins Lkb, urine and scalding pain in passing it, he will, without doubt, terve a loujr Address. Brooksville, Pla. cliairm in ot the PopulUt committee or bad effects following use of liquor, term in the penitentiary. and see what he ban to say. The wine or bear, and overcomes that unr Agbicola. iVvyVVVWVAVA.4w4vvV4VVV sub-su- b committee, will, in turn, re pleasant necessityof being compelled port to tbe county committee, and to get up many times during the night to urinate The nuld and the this body will accept xr reject any extraordinary eflect pf Swamp Root is overtures made by the party ol the soon realized U stands the highest tli l"l put The whole business ior its wonderful cures of tbe most for Infants sail Ckilirea. seems to be left in the hands of the distressing cases. If you need a ?,- kut TMi4l.f iika (vktilaaJ la all lal. you should have the best. HttulwutonductMlfw kUociUTi feta. Populist chairman, w'io can dictate medicine druggists price fifty cents and Mshs- roaiY(U,aifTtMTOidt by mm ot la lua tut uiu uwm whatever he pleases, Por a sample bottle and one dollar , rraoulnmwsritatoa. Etui MI, drswlnt; or puto with draolf- Will' ftHon fuse' Th- - Populists pamphlet, both seut free by mall, flan. Wm mAvlia. it nftttntAttla ttf not. IVm hi Oar U not da till mum U Mcunit. to rilspos of their vote mention TiiBlUnTFQRD Rbfuducan jdurt. are not going a narKitr, TJ address send your full iu," eual oi umi la tfiaJJ. SL and lotus. coufitriAa for the lqve they hear to the rooster. andDr. Kllniftr & Co.. Dlmrhaillton. N. tn I ur Meal-Ti- l hoi in. Addreu, would be gl H to see that noble . Y The proprietors of this pper They e uipst deglrablereatdeoce in town bird plucked wingless, headless and guarantee the genuineness o( this r. or. PATiitT Ornec, wMiMTOH,f For particulate see S. K; Cox, 27'iyr. tailless. They- - must have tome of 'WT Wv yyvvvv f' 11 fact that I am a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the Republican party, in convention February 13, 1807. I have been over most parts ol the county, and would have been glad to have seen every Republican personally before the convention, but I find that to be 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 each precinct willx look after my interests and urge that tbe Republic ans attend the convention and give me t,nc euaorsement wmen l asic at y ZUCfTDISCOTKBT. ffYTKXfaUUk A Mv. KUfcUa aAi aaiti rautWlar PTwi, tsMwir Ma9r or Dtlatol pills boiK. .TT". MJti m vi . ,Hi.impHv(.iw- InuOi J - nlw tut -- r v t Sold by Z. Wayne Griffin JtOTMXH. ft Bro, IwurranrTiaan and woman In lbs TTalto fiuttt inUmUd la 1st Oplom and Wkltiy my bocks on tbsse babiu to bar on of AoVtrtts U. I. Wooll?, Atlaau, will b aaat joe tre. Uoi MJ, and dia-tas- u Ga TIME TABLE I, V. R. K. IIBATRB BA. XT GOING BAST. , Local Freight No. 392 a 6 00 a. tn. Mall No. 222 a 1 02 p. ra. No. 202 a 7 25 p. tri Fast Mail COIKO WEST. FASt Mail No. 20t H. Mall MJcai rrergui No. 221 a 1235 p. xp. no. 391 jt 3 25 p. m. 8717 a. tn, is MRKlcr, KlXW Wanted-- An Idea sLr-issJa- aadbst ol two haadTwfUTMoa VuMjat' Rlpans Tabulet. Hlpans TAbuleB Rlpans Tabules; at drurtlsis. Rlpans Tabules cure d(tzlacaa. Rlpana Tabules cure headacks, Rlpans Tabulea euro flatulence. Rlpans Tkbules euro dyspepsia. Rlpans Tibulea assist dlcestloa. Rlpans Tabules cure bad brsatlv Rlpans Tabules cure bilSonsnesr, Rlpans Tabuleai one Klvea relief. Rlpans Tabulet cure indigostlou) Rlpans Tabules euro torpid Hvcr. Rlpaus Tabules: gentle cathartic, Rlpana TabulM cure constipation, Rlpans Tabules! for sour stomach. Rlpans Tabules: plfeasftnt laxstlTe, Rlpans Tabules cure liver troOblsA- - OAttTOnXA, e, Eng-lande- r, p-- n, te f LO RED A. Wanted-- Hn nut HMJ&ega Ftt .lttor vuii nawitjAuunn aim. 1 ,60 prim ttit-Mul 111 ot two ttnndifei taTMUoutl wmUkL or women to travel for responsible established house (n y Salary f7&tf,. payable1 $15 weekly and expenbfw'fwJHol permanent Refetence, Enclosed self, nddrcssed stamped envelope, . The National, Star Building, Chicago. Kea-luck- WANTET-SEVRR- AIr ,S'lt, . ' t , oV CASTORIA J 1:0 I'eraonnl. rufdlcal nejfertce bpoV to.any person JiaiatetLwQh. air special, chronic ot !'jLkatKwes peculiar to theif" (h, f phlc(ns aad surteoat ot the United States. Dr Ilathawar ft PMut64'pace H S-l- .r--oiF loriddjtfnbe for The i; T 70 pestoorn litres, - i CrUMgis. ,. n, .m post-offi- ce "' ttlktffiublican and get, VntV of-le- C.A.SNOW&CO w r. . n! ' tin v.v 4 I OW8. ..- - . y I V -- ,M r. . ' M .f, y I ' "" TH ; --- . ) :l . f o i fo fV in these We are authorized to ntir Bring your eggs and feathers to columns are as follows Cush in ad JNO. I) FIN I S " Carson & Co, vance in every can. I ailcr As a candidate lor the . il . ... . fti State offices or Corgreis . . . $20.00 of Ohio county, nit)jrv 1. iltsctit.il Mr. 1. C. Stevens, of Su'phur For a nice hSirtiuor shave call . . I Circuit judge or Attorney 10.00 olthe Republican j.nm . Springs, is announced this morning on Dqlllugton. Offices 500 We are 4. County mi nullic.iiuri to rr tirce as a. candidate for Magistrate in the , Ydu can buy a $15 cloak for' font j rorConnly J llO fa. R T. 1U:fUHHl.L Hartford Magisterial District subject . We are authorized to announce As a cnrdldste for 1st tr ol Ohio Carson & Co'a. to the action of the Republican par. ounty, subjtct to the nctlin ol the J. A. PARK Mrs. S. K Cox vhlted relatives in ty. Mr. Stevens is one of the rising As a candidate for the office ot Judge Kepubiican parly of the Ohio county Court, subject to We Owcnsboro this week. young men of Ohio county, is a nice ate au,noml(1 to unnrunce the action Republican party. THOS H. BLACK If you want the latest thing in a gentleman and it nominated and elecAs a candidate lor te election to the We are authorized to announce ted will make a good official. ladies shoe see Carson & Co. office ot Jailer ol Ohio county .subject A.S.AULI. For Constable In the Cromwell Born, to the wife of Mr. C. M. As a candldoteior Judge of Ohlocoun-t- y to the action ol the Republican paity. Magisterial District wc announce Mr. Court, subject to the action ofthe We are authorized to announce MOST PERFECT MADE. of Point Pleasant, a fine boy. "Buck," as he is A pi'- - Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Republican party. Jas. B, Dennis. S. G. RIIOADS v n, Hon. Jno. J. McHeniy has returned better known, Is one of the best frorr. Ammonia, Alumorany olhiridulUrant. As a candidate lor the office ol Jailer We are authorized to announce from a trip to Louisville and other of Ohio county, subject to the action in Ohio county. He is an 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. C. L. WOODWARD points. As a candidate for fudge ot the Ohio of the Republican party. upright, honorable gentleman, and a 11 r.. nr.it. County Court, subject to the action We are authorized to announce Miss Sallie Coleman, whohoa been man who is respected and liked by Mr. Daniel Francis ard Jcin 26 Republican paity. BRUNO FREY teaching at Masonville, has returned everyone. If nominated and elected Miss Ella McDowell were married at ofthe As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio We are anthorized to announce he will make one of the best officials the residence ot the bride's lather, home. county, subject to the action of the R. R. WEDDING Ohio county ever had. e Mr. M. McDowell, Wednesday As a candidate for Judge of the Ohio Republican party. Now Is the time to buy a new suit, January aoth, Rev. E. T. Rowe County Coutt, subject to the action We are authorized to announce The protracted meeting which has as we are anxious to reduce our stock. been in progress at the Methodist perl nmed the ceremony which was of the Republican party. LOYD POOL Carson & Co. Aa a candidate for Jallerof Ohio counfor the past two weeks closed very beautiful. Dr. II. B. Innes act- We are authorized to announce , Bring us your butler and eggs. Church , ty, subject to the action Of the Re P. M. HAVEN Dr. Brlggs, of ed in the capacity of best man and Wednesday night. publican party. We pay the highest market prices. Misri Hannah Kud that of maid oi As a candidate for county Judge, of Owensboro, did nearly all the preachPate Bros, will Ohio county, subject to the action of We are authorized to announce hor - r. Mr. and Mrs Francis ing. His discourses each night were R. F. COPPAGE Remember Bullington, the barber among the best that have been heard Immediately take up their abode with the Republican party. As a candidatefor Jailer 01 Ohio counis the place to get your hair trimmed in Hartford for several years. the parents of Mr, Francis. A Much For County Attorney. ty, subject to the actioaof the Repub-- . lican party. Interest was taken in, the meeting prosperous and happy life is the wish We are authorized to announce - up in nice style. E. P. NEAL oft eir friends. We are authorized to announce Remember we have everything kept Just closed. to the Miss Mollle Coleman, who has been As a candidate for SYLVESTER WHITE in a Grocery store. visiting her sister, Mrs. C. P. WatAs Jallerof Ohio Pate Bros, county, subject to the action ol the , a candidateforaction of the coun subject to the son, tor the past month, returned to Renublican narlv-mec- lnct conven- - 7 We are offering some big bargains lican party, her 'torue at Vine Grove, Saturday. tion, Saturday, Feb. 13, 1897. ' in odds and ends to close them out. We are authorized to announce Mr. S II. Duke and son are visitWe are authorized to announce t Carson & Co. OSCAR MIDKIFF ing Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Mercer at M. L. IIEAVRIN counAs a candidatefor Jailer of Ohio Don't go around with your face As a candidate for County Attorney ty, subject to the action ofthe RepubMessrs. John Pollock and B. V, of Ohio county, subject to the action lican party. looking so bad, but go to Bullington Island, are visiting friends of the Republican party. and have him to fix you up. We are authorized to announce and relatives In this city. W. M. BALTZELL We expect one case of Calico,' good For foamy Cierh. Mrs. Kate Cambell. who has just We are authorized to announce Of color, as a candidate for the office stout goods 3,400 yards to sell at 4 returned from an extended visit to her D. M. HOCKER of Jailer, of Ohio county, subject to cents. Carson & Co. son in Iowa, is confined to .her room Ana candidate for to the the action of the Republican party. omce 01 cieric 01 tne unio county " with la grippe. Rev. A. J. Williams will preach at We are authorized to announce Union Scboolhouse Miss Martha Lauden, who has been Court, subject to the action oi the night Crew O.P.WILLIS , Republican party. engaged in teaching in Butler county and Sunday. As a cannldate for Jailer of Ohio on for the past two years, but who is Wc are authorized to announce county, subject to the action of the The newest thing in ladles Shoes is M. S. RAGLAND , Rdpubllcan patty. now visiting her parents at this place An ' an Ox Blood. Ask Carson & Co., to n rnnrtMnti fnr Plitk nf OMn in tow. is confined to her room with la grippe. County Court, subject to the action of We are authorized to announce show them to you. Mr, W. W. Stone, who so suddenly the Republican party. J. M. WADE Wc have a lovely oxsblood shoe I6r All But ODO Of Thorn disi ppeared from his home Sunday We are authorized to anuounce As a candidatefor Jallerof Ohio coun"We a lady. Send for a pair and try Savod. ty, subject to the action of the Repubnight, has not yet been heard from. JNO. W. TICHENOR them. Carson & Co.' V Mr. Stone has been engaged in the As a candidate for Clerk oi Ohio lican party. News reached Hartford yesterday retail and delivery department of the County Court, subject to the action Mrs. A, J Bell has been quite sick for several days, but was thought to that the steamer, the Peankishaw, Central Coal and Iron Co's store at rl the Republican party. FerAMesnor. . which has been making regular trips this, place for the last six months and We are authorized to announce be somewhat better yesterday. For Circuit t'Irrk. to Hartford was sunk in the Ohio was considered by all who knew him We B. P. PETTY are authorized to announce We still have a few pair ofAndep. near Evansville Wednesday evening as t very quiet and steady gentleman AS n F. LEONARD SANDERFUR r Shoes that we will' son's t0 lhe ac' and that the crew had hard work to and his hasty exit was quite a shock as a candidate for the office of Circuit f.or f0.5IotJcouHtX' ""W close out at $1.00. Carson & Co. Republican party. save themselves. A dispatch from to his mother and a great surpise to Court Clerk of Ohio connty, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authbrized to announce Mrs. Dr. A. B. Balrd has been conHenderson to. the Courier-Journ- al his many friends. . fined to her room at the home of her sayss I am a candidate for the office, ot G. D. ROYAL Mr. E. H. Patterson, who has been OF FASHIONS HARTFORD Henderson-- , Ky., Jan. 27. On in- in the employ of the Central Coal & Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County, As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Duke, subject to the action of the Re- - county, subject to the action of the formation received from Evansville a Iron Co. telegiaph operator and check with the grip. publican party and respectfully so- - Republican party. lookout is being kept for the mem- cletv at this place and Central City jitii .On account of the cold weather the juui pujuut iuui uiuy, We are authorized to announce, Sam A, Andf.bson. excursion Which was to have been bers of the PeankisKaw's crew who foi 'he past fourteen months, has J. G. WILSON leaped to a barge when the boat was sev-tehis connection with the com-- , given over the Peankishaw last SunFor MaKlMrntr. As a candidate for Assessor. of Ohio sunk by the ice. Capt W. W. Server panyand will begin anew lifeaa day was postoned. county, subject to the action" of the We are authorized to announce p win is a brother of Neal Server, the Louis- fan vt and stockdealer. "in if Republican party. H. H. DAVIS Do WlttTalmago Thinks Rev. R. D.. Bennett Is expected to ville and Nashville wharfmaster here. What WoWiBh Everybody Mr. E. H. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, of Womon. preach at the Methodist Church Sun Our holiday An attempt will be made to rescue was in town on business Monday, n As a candidate for Magistrate pf the We are authorized to announce A happy New Year. Rosine Magisterial District, subject to In my mind, the fact that a woman day and Sunday night, if not, there the men ou the barge if it floats close E. HEDDEN ttade was Immense and exceeded our E. L. M. tne action 01 the Kepubiican paity. is out in the world earning her own will be preaching by the' regular pas- enough to shore, but the ice is so As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio expectations. A great ruh from " We are authorized to announce living should not lessen In any degree tor. county, subject to the action of the heavy small boats can not ventture morning until night People actual.. tnJONT B. WILSON Republican party. the deference which should be paid out'. The barge has not been sighted ly coms from 20 miles in wagon loads a As a candidate for Rev Jo. B. Rogere.left Tuesday to the We are authorized to announce yoa blame us lor feeling goo? her by men. If anything, her efforts morning for Mawequa, Ill.;.,whera he.- at i.a. 45 a. m. Can office l Magistrate in the Cromwell Increasethe respect and court ' ' W. F. SANDERFUR , The PeankishawNo. 108 Is a small Magisterial District, subject to'tke Oor buyers are going to market the should e.y of men A chivalrous attitude had been Invited to hold: aweet's stern-wheAs a candidate for Assessor of Ohio action ot the Republican party. first of February to bay spring goods. steamer ofonly 53, 18 tons Republican Writos. ills' many'' friends 'wish county, subject to the action of the woman, no matter what her meeting, ' It la with a great deal of satisfaction We are authorized to announce Prom now until then we propose hav toward a 'register and wasjbullt at Russellville, ! '' ' Republican party. position In life may be, is not a mat-ta- r him success. that I notice the announcement of log one. of the greatest bargain, sales III., in 1891. Her home port i3 THOS. F. JOHNSTON ; It is of principle with gentlemen The following On for Circuit As a a candidate for Magistrate of the She" is 86.9 Jeet long and Mr. Sam A. Anderson ever offered in this country. lor Reboot Hnprrimmdrnt. of instinct. We ennnqt for pild their subscription to',Tnii Re- 30.2 feet wide, wjth 3 6 feet depth of Clerk, subject to the Republican Par- Hartford Magisterial District, subject We are authorized to announce men and boysovercoata, Mclntoshes a matter were women,, publican since our last issde: G. , v6tX ROGERS and boots; ladles cloaks, capes, hats, get that our mothers hold. The steamer navigated Green ty in Convention on February 13, to the action of the Republican party. As "a candidate for School Superin- shawls, Mclntoshes and facinators, and we cannot overlook a certain D, Royal, Fprdsvillej'L.'B-- . Loneyf river front Evansville and carried a 1897. I have known the young man We are authorized to announce tendent of Ohio county, subject to the we will give so per'cent from regular fineness in the character of women Mellcnry; Geo. Hunt, BarrettsBerry. ,crew of about twenty men, JOHN M. GRAHAM since his childhood; I knew him 8ClloD of the RPuMIca ? in the all are gone. Win-te- r which men, as a rule, do not possess. selling ptlceauntil Details at the affair are hard to whrn he worked on the farm; I knew As a candidate for Magistrate Master Coleman Field was scalded announce goods will be slaughtered all over The woman is cast in the finer mold, learn. Another boat will no doubt ihlu when he worked as a printer on Fordsville Magisterial District, sub- - We are authorized io Republican R. C. JARNAGIN house. Get in your guesses, the and it la natural that she shoud be pretty badly Wednesday evening. be put in' Rough River at once and the old Kentucky Progress and I have jecttothe action of the the paity. As a aandidate for Superintendent of pumpkin will be cut January 30, '97 treated accordingly. I believe that He was near the, cook stove and bur people will still .have the advan- watched his life all along the line. Common Schools ol Ohio county, to announce women, speaking generally, are more overturned a kettle of boiling waboat services. Every since he has been old enough We are authorized tage subject to the action of the RepublicCHRISTOPHER ALLEN ter, which fell over his legs and feet. conscientious, more moral, more spirihe has taken an active part in poliThe Owensboro Messenger says; an party. PusasAxt Rime, Ky. As a candidate for Magistrate in the He .is getting alon vary well considtual, than men; and they bring into The little steamer,- Peankishaw, in tico, always battling for the principles Hartford Magisterial District, subject Vor Khtrtar. Hvaasvllje and Hartford racket any sphere which they enter desira. ering the. painful wounds.. charge, ot Henry and Will Server, uf Republicanism, ever ready to det to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce titeamcr Peankishaw leaves Evansville ble qualities which did not exist which ha,i been running from Evans vole his time and attention to further Mr, Allen, if nominated and elected, Mr. Lem,McIIenry,who went West SAM T. BARNETT for Hartford every Wednesday and there when it was occupied by men ville up Greeri rive'r and Rough creek the cause for his country's good. He promises to hold his regular terms of for Sheriff of Ohio Saturday at 4 o'clock p. m. Return-leave- s alone. In a business office they have a few weeks ago has accepted a posi- to Hartford was lost in the ice six is a worthy yound man in every par- court at Sulphur Spriugs, as has been As a candidate to the action of the county, subject tion as Car Clerk .at Demlng, New the custom for several years. "Hartford, for Evausvilfevery an elevating and refining influence. Republican party. Mexico. The position is a nice one miles above Evansville between 7 ticular. His efforts in behalf of his We are authorized to announce Friday and Monday at 8 o'clock a. m, I bid them Godspeed iu their paity makes him dear to the hearts and 8 o'clock last night. ' His many and payn a good salary, We are authorized to announca JNO. M. HUDSON and will orii7e at Evansville every invasion of tho business world. WoThe fate of her crew and patsengers ofthe Republicans oi Ohio county, be. glad to learn his locaR. B. MARTIN As a candidate for Magistrate in the Tuesday end Saturday at .11 o'clock men arernqre h el pies? than men friends will The Peankishaw was who honor and respect him for what is getting along is unknow. Rosine Magisterial District, subject As a candidate for Sheriff of Ohio '::& xa, and will give at least fifteen, when thrown upon thtir own re- - tions and that he towing the covered ""excursion barge, he has done for us, and to show our to the action of the Republican party. county, subject to the action of. the well. ' "business hours at Evausvllle on Mon .sources, for the reason tbaf there sen Republican pat ty . "Fair Play," upon which a portion oi appreciation oi his work for ns, let We aie authorized to announce ? A.. trip. For cheap rates or1 freight sibilities nre greater arjd their Mr, Arthur Busklll, the stenograer carjo was carried, and was fols every Republican be at his voting We are authorized to announce C. STEVENS I. 1 ;'nuuHHsage.pplyAO is leS4 therefore they pher, who offices with Heavrin & lowing in the wake of the John S. place on February 13th, and give him boat or to fas. S. T.STEVENS As a candidate tor Magistrate in the F; CalKjn.agsut. Ypur. patronage Is. should be given ever opportunity.! iTayhiryisaivexpertinhis Ohio line. He Hoskins and Rose Illte, which were the unanimous vote of Ohio county Hartloid Macisterial District, subject As a candidate for Sheriff : Vajrilcltety;-- . 58HVKH1DBS9., and encouragement-ithe theirSorts to it' ready td do all kinds of copying, towing on Evansville. wharfboat to for Circuit Clerk. He deserves it, to the actioanof the Republican party county, subject to the actio Republican party. Managers, -- . help themselves. If I had. aj posfitlon ouiuiuiaiciiug uaiuB, occ. no is a Green river, all going there to es- and by giving it to him it will better . -v rorConatttblo. ..,,, which a wpman 'was jcjjmpetent to. nice young mail and will appreciate cape, the heavy ice. but the Ice floes enable him to do effective work for For Surveyor, We are authorized to announce l :: fcMoBt druggists sell you what you We are authorized to announce Give him a call circled around behind ajik for. Some, Willi risk you' to talcs u(i, anu a :nsii anua woman appuea your patronage. I the larger the party. Let every Republican JAMES B. DENNIS NATHANIEL MOXLEY 'something whtch they ..claim is "just for it, I would most certainly give U ,when ygu need anything In his line- - steamboats and crushed the little take up his case and agitate it from Asacancldate for Constable in the J ait good." From .JIalChlvalry. Sonietlmesa Jlltle more Uo the woman, . Cromwell Magisterial District, sub As a candidate for County Surveyor . Peankishaw and she went to the bot sow until the Convention. ' rirotJlt induces' theiri to do this. Dr. Dead?" In, Demwest's !MyglrieJpr. ...I . Trial of Mrs. Cato. ject to the action of the Republican ol Ohio county, subject to the action A Republican. tom in a tew minutes. ! "'Bell'a Pine of the Republican party. Tar Honey 14 the best ' 1 patty. i .w uThc examining trial of .Mrs Eliza The crew and passenger's", thirteen 3 fcWh, cold and" ferlpcuie. v Alter you Febtuary. For Itepmenlnllre. J - iy Cato for assault and battery by in number, escaped t.o n barge, which For Coroner. it onco you .wilUlkelt to well to We are authorized to announce ' 'ofcept any substitute. For sale by a bucket ot hot water ou floated down the river helpless in the "GREATEST ON EARTH." We are authorized to announce V- D. D. Stevens, of;Kirijy'-boo- k, 'throwing Mr. R. A. BYERS" Z-- Wayne Griffin & Bro L. W. HUNT r. Miles' Jtor.tlTO Nervine. T lost a valuable mare this freek 'ounjr! Cato Foreman, hitting him ice. ' j met fiiwpiiia m"wr As a candidate lor Coroner oi Ohio As a candidate for Representative The barge passed Evansville about ; by snagging herself so badly that she with the bucket, mention of which ! In county, subject to the action oi the from Ohio county, subject to the ac Mr. K. T O&ldveM. tion, of the Republican party. we have made- from time to time, oe. 9 p. m., with the men on It crying tha Ftrtt NiUoml Dank ot Fulton.- Kr- - Republican party. f hid to be shot My nerve completely I Thrice-a-wco- k curred at' tho Court Houbo before his for aid, but those on, shore were una- became to unstrung run down,Ions of sleep through aro I would to comworry that I iRrlorm ortlie Blalu UiiHrd. honor; "Judge Morton, Tuesday. A ble to go to them o,n Recount of the, and to kIto up felt position. I wonlit lie ,Wantod tny pelled heavy ice. ' As the barwent-aroundavtke allnlgnt long, and It took but little Frankfort Capital says: The State Your good country lard, corn shucked largo crowd from the Bulphur Springs Guard will hereafter be required to and picked, dried apples, good new ncighborhbhd where it. took place and the bend of the river it drifted very conform very strictly to the law. sorghum, furs, chickens, geete, turall tho parties live, was in attend- close to the shore nd It was hoped it J t Wevhavejust received a boat load The examination of officers at the ex. keys, eggs, ftathers, Bacon, sides, &c. would get near enough to be caught, ance.' Added to this were many othCoCfirst clM Plodri also ' complete . plration of ninety days from their Best market prices pafd lor above in but it was not. At tiat point the er people drawn by unusual Interest, line of.'Grbceries, Tlnware.'etc, all of election will have to be certified to merchandise at cash prices, men on board described, to some minpacking the Court House, uotwith. MommrAn, Jonks & Co. which' we propose to sell cheap for the Adjutant General before they.sre' ers on shore the accident. ( Centretown, Ky, standing the great cold of the day, cash, or produce. So give us a call. will be Captains commissioned. The barge "Fair Play" landed m . m like a dog's batk, ix . sign tltAt you rock bottom prices Mr. Cale, accompanied by lier about three miles above' Henderson We w.ljt quote Dr. Ilell'a I'mc Tar Uouey. to give bonds and to receipt there Is something forelg-husband, Webster Cato, appeared iri on the Kentucky Fide ofthe river. on everything and insuie you to be for all arms, equipments and supplies Advances a New Theory In the Treat ment of All Cough, Lung and well pleased tefote leaving the house. around which shouldn't be court, Sho was represented by Messrs W R Wood, a passenger, Capt. Will issued to them, and reports will have Bronchial Troubles It Cures, and Ueap'y. Pats Bros. there. Youcnuietthano!, Glenn & Weddiog and Taylor & to be made regulatly. and Henry Server walked Server Cures Quickly. but the dinger may be thcr County. Companies that do not drill reguAttornoy Neal down to Henderson, The others went Absolutely harmless and to take. luit the same. SCOTT'S conducted tho prosecution, assisted to a nearby farm house. ' There were larly will be mustered out ofthe ser- It cuts loose the mucous without ex ;"To- - any person Interested In hu-vice and only such companies wlU be ertion or straining and stops thecougb JEMULHON of Gxl-l- lf er CXI 1 by Hon. O. M. Ikruett. seventeen in all on the boat. once by healing the Inflamed partb. retained as will be a credit to the at tq'sie '"masters, or who loves animals, The engineer, John Orr, of Evans. is not ft cough specula) It docs injured roan testified to the , The gives vigor and vitality to the resplr Guard. Strict discipline will be OAU1WIU. B.T we will send free, upon application, a facts of tho caxo. A number ot other ville, who was in the englncroom at not merely aJUy th symptoms atory organs and produces a condition toihakeme npeo that IcouMnot poeelbly rTipapyof the .'ALLIANCE,'' the organ throughout the Guard, and a in which all the (unctions or ezcrtco witnesses followed in corroboration of the time of tne wrccit, weR drowned. attend to my biulneia I .fhould;, U but It does give such strength with thta I had liwr with icgulartty and harmony, For close attention to all the the require6) this Society. In addition to its in- that it It able to him. Tho defense declined. to Intro to the MilneM about the etomach. and Dalai la gtrayed different paru otux body. Iwaeabomaofc ments of the lav; and the orders. sale by Z. Wayne Griffiu & Bro. "tensely Interesting .reading, it con- duce the defendant or submit any throw off the From ray hotrieat Balzttown one reduced In Been. 1 wae, pereutded to uy No legiment or company wilt be talngalhit ofthe valuable, and unu Why Attempt to Cure Dr. Mflcs' Restorative Nerrtac You know the oil pcrfttk proof, After' a lively lift butween red and while spotted shown any favors and nothing "br.t year old blood saal pie'mlnnia glvnn by the paper. trial ulckly Messrs. Taylor and Neal as to the heifer. No ear mat ka. Information I nntproenrod a retulU bottle ,trora a leealI merit will be recognized. Gov Brad, catarrh by the use of so called ol " th ounce of fYeatloa? a St utilit and food followed. is not caused Address dolUr bottle, and by the cough. A many ' atures ofthe case, the sex of of her whereabouts will be rewarded. I bonjprocured a up I wae adUTereutmaa.time tey Is determined that the Guard shall remedies? That catarrh Don't neglect your I be made as efficient aa possible, and hitfueedthU when THJTA.TfOfAM IIUMANR AU,UNC, by btood troubles Is Kmnnfiii in thiM twittla ana am able to MALIS9A Jaurs. lha rrloierand the nraount of bail .. book whick wUt teVyou at 23 5t UmnaounaiT ana eat rrcuiarjr. eomeuuna- that good sqldlers shall be encouragyou reflect that at tacts are always due 410 4MUnlteil Chanties Dulldhig N Y ' I coald not uoMlblr do belore taklnc your fixed-he- r every way possible. ed in the court bond at 4f,000.00 oh so on & mJtci sent and aa now fvMv fftrnn. tr nnlnnniiM I)r. Mlleartutorat not to sudden climatic changes or exposfor Hal ,.!.& lam to answer the charge at the March f A desirable farm of one hundred I!. S.Mlno the orwJt novfii 0t ure, and occur most frequently during Wnnltdi , JUtMknd Terms fulton, Ky terra Of the Circuit Courtj Mr. Tay- acres, situated near Hartford, well SMH't laud-One copy of the Hartford Rbpob-UCA- the winter and spring, though the notices loeper Hue pnwtlTj Dr. Mllee Kerrln to ola on lor asked, tbattho bond be fixed at watered, a good oicbed, two hundred ,' Local aid each subsequent first P PutvfkW of February at, 189$. "Will blood is as pure then us in summer or inser 5c srtlo eW. mi f 0 titm. not leai than $300 nor more, than bearing trees, good billdngs,and in be very thajikful to anyone who can fall. A remedy which quickly tkm. eotraet special tatM. For further par KOTT BOWNB, NwYrt. ,500 to i?bioh Mr. Neal objected, io good community. Call oh furnish it. and will pay lor the troub- - lleves and cures the catarrhal attacks niJWtM and political Him, 4Ur toe tlculars call at this office at once, tf Df , Nervine 3SiW, 1. Brlop or send it to this office, tf ha been found lb Ely's Cittrn Balra. eUUrjg upop a much higher bond. MI , HMM-aVM- Cian'you use tho following goods at prices that -- Next Monday Is County Court. The Floating Studiois at Ruckpott. at Fair Bros. They & Co. We can sU, you a full size Bedstead Wardrobe for ft js, also d $7 50, one Bedrdom suit lor $15.00. Uverythlng else fn proportion. Carson & Co. one-.goo- Awarded f beat Honors World' Pair. NOTICE. Rates for announcements I'r Jnllir I . are quoting. an it BARGAINS CREAM And can't last long. COME AT ONCE. Ev-crl- BAKING POWDffi . lot of bod comforts sold for 75c. riow 59c. 6 dozen French woven corsots, sold for 50c 1 . now 39cts. One lot of colored rick'rack braid sold for 'i ,20c per bunch, nowrp., One lot children gossamers sold for $1,00 f;- now 25c. 50 doz. ladies bordered hemstitched handkerchiefs wore 10c now 5c. ;1 lot bed blankets, all wool, sold for 3.00 and $3:50 now $2.50 and $3.00. 1 lot of men shoes sold for 83, now $2. 1 lot overcoats sold for 83.50 now $2.50. 1 lot Beaver overcoats sold for $5, 7, 8.50 ilow $3.50, 4.75 and 6.00. I lot ladiea Jackets sold for $5 now $3.75. New lino men shoes $1, 1.25 and 1.50. eve-nin- 'ed first-clas- s CAUGHT Little IN THE ICE Steamer ti, The PeankishaW Crushed and Goes to the Bottom. v 0. and Passengers a Take Refuge Barge thas was . will sell you goods for the next 60 days at prices that will cause you to wonder how wo can do it. Come to Hartford where you can get what you want. We play second "Fiddle" to no one. TEMPLE - Ware-foreve- ?aaale ""7" " FAIR BROS, ft proprietors, CO., V . :i -- - . 3rV2s083TJ OAaToniA. -- H'- - IA . Jones & Mor'ehead, d . - t "1 -- ' - .-- , , '' . - i, ,1 ' and The Republican World book-keep- er - - " $1,65 :per year. 'Yr ii for Your Cough, '. . Mo-ertr- y, ; Sent Free! . tatf din. j nt - 7t .pi pf fm ltg Yr hf IC4lhOi Mile' ftwdMl'l '; 1 T) dloam, tho mnfn lntcntlou 4s io sup- tlon aud cannot be ntt i'mted to the ply light and beat, tho supply ot election of William McKtnley as pres-- i powor being only subsidiary. Evon lent and it is folly for men to lay Causes fully lialf the sloknMS In lh wotM. It tho compressed nlr supply in Paris, these fallutes lit business circles reWnaBWWttWtlWwMiHIl retains the digested food too long In the bowels And produces biliousness, torpid liver, Indt- - which Is tho nearest in idea to the calls tlie opinion of a close observer hydraulic supply in London, Is de- who says that assignments witl, alUr pendent largely upon its lighting all, piove beneficial to the country business. Hydraullo powor in London and Thev take away the ragged cdije, o 5JIu3fc-l- - raLriLlJ.jVlti gestlon, bad taste, coated other cities is also interesting in to speak, and give n more healthful &m tongue, tick ucadacho, In- repulse to trarte. Many assignments nnothor way, in so much that It omnia, etc. Hood's tills I not only exclusively or main- and failures of 1 vtc date will be the cure consUpaUon and all IU 1 FAC-SIMI- LE rtiulu.eajllyand thoroughly SSe. AllriniggUts. ly on the supply of powor nlono, but means of leplaclug slow buslnesi "or In& Co., Lowell, Mass. rrepared by 0. I. Itood that tho supply was originally a sate, steady trade with h will be ill nffllMM rnflCrewlILJi out nils to take with Hood's Barsaparlua. Tbo tended to sorvo and Is in faot almost AVcetlAulcl'rcparaflonror Asentirely used for ono special class of beneficial to the country at large similating IhcToodnnd Puntagiaph. CARRIAGE DOGS. business, vlr,, that of ll(tlng. UngthcSlomndaondUowbof Tho lowest rato charged for hy Keep Pace- with the Horse with Women WIllRei lilrito litre draulio powor in London is Is. Od. Machlne-LIk- o Regularity. Every woman has natural curiosity V7 fWjjf per 1,000 gallons. Tho pressure is A London coachman, who for 750 pounds per squaro inch, so that to see how other women furnish their Promote3T)Irc8llon,Chcctful-rcss&ndncstConlalyears had chargo ot a largo nnd each 1,000 gallons contains 8,738 homes. To satisfy thU the Ladies' Iboautlful stoblo of superb carrlojro-'horsoneither r hours ot energy; Is. Od. Home Journal will publish during told tho writer that n Opium.Morphlne nor Mineral. per 1,000 gallons Is, therefore, equiv the year interior photginphlc views IB ON ownod by his mastor alent to, say, 2d. per horso-powof a. hundred of the most artistic, tho polo chains hour. ran beneath It Is only tho largest hyjtbo moment tho carrlngo started, draullo plants, pumping 20,000,000 cheerful and -- comfoittblc home. In jkafttfotdorssfcarnosa These will show in detail .and would mako tho circuit ot tho quarter, which America. 'park scvoral times without moving or moro gallons por the construction, fitting and furnish aro capable ot pumping at this cost, ,moro than a fow inches from his if to tho actual pumping oxponses ing of parlor, drawing rooms, halls, OF EYEBT two horses jplaeo, tho threo animals aro added tho interest and deprecia- reception, music, sitting, dlninz. bid and tho dog moving llko a tion on tho capital value ot tho and bath rooms.klthens, porches, piCuriously enough, tho dog plant and the valuo ot tho spaco oc- azzas, etc. This unique scries will be 'choso his particular borso to llvo cupied by it. full of excellent ideas tor ever hoiifr bud sleep with In tho stablo; when Abcrfeel Remedy rorConslloa- private pumping keeper or home maker. It will pre The largest Itravellng and In Inn stables It tion.SourStortuch.Diorrhdca, plants existing In London aro at the .mounted guard over this horso's railway goods depots, and at one of sent views ol the inter! ns ul hotm.t worrrtt,uriVuisions.tcvcri5iv Sleep. box, and would allow no strango ncss andLoss the principal and most modern of of moderate cost, which 'are fitted anO Ihostler or groom to approach It. thoso depots, at which ovor 100,000,-00- 0 furnished with conspicuous good tistr facsimile Signature of Greyhounds also learn to run with gallons per year are pumped, '.and at coniptntively small expense traps. It was tho custom for sport- tho pumping cost, exclusive of inn.afA.1& U fiat MAffl llAlilM ftaW. Tl ing farmers In cast Anglla to drivo terest and othor charges, is Od. per NEW VOHK. Is ant wU la tin. Soi't alltv aajou U wll to market with a pair of thoso dogs, 1,009 gallons, and tho total cost Comlenel Trllm..lM m mrumj n us fwa or paw mi 11'cither running with their heads just would bo very little, If nt all, below Chas n. Hood. i.i I M "ti,.4 Muuin niA "wfll ATtrr mtjbencath tho or ono on Is. Gd. per 1,003 gallons. E. B. firturer's Agent. C,unibu. Ohio, o il-lpois." ttat jw rt icithor sido of the cart Their paco Ellington, in Cassicr's. certifies that Dr King's New Dlsviv "was a trot, step for step with tho IXACT COPT OF WRAPPER. ery has no equal ns a Cough remedy. "horse. The uso of carts and car"soliloquy. -- . J D Brown Prop St James Hotel riages for locomotion is much moro readily learned by dogs than tho art Suppose Our Earth Was as Large as Ft Wayne, tnd., testifies that he was the Sun. cured of a Cough ol two jears stand of keeping safo among traffic. Sport-in-g As we sit and think about man ing, caused by Li Grippe, by Dr. dogs soon learn to like being driven to tho shooting-grounand his Importance wo cannot help King's New Discovery. D F MerWhen accustomed to this they will but let our mind stray to other rill. Baldwinsville, Mass., says that d worlds and wonder if thoy have jump up the moment tho he has used and recommended it and is lowered, and curl up under tho anything'so important thoro. STRAT-TO- N Wo will for tho sako of compar- never knew it to lail ard would rath seat, and show great discontent if not offered a place. But nearly all ison imaglno this world expanded to er have it than any dectnr, because it atLouis-yille- . arc singularly dull at devising any tho slzo ot the sun and man left tho always cures. Mrs. Hemjtiing. 212 means for safe descent whon tho samo as ho is. E. 25th St Cuicigo. always kreps it Louisville, Ky. Wo find him a lost creature, withdrive is ovor. Thoy usually mako at hand and has no fear of Croup, be- S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sis, Violent spring to the ground, often out any need of proteotlvo tariff or cause It instantly relieves. Free rwhon tho cart has scarcely stopped, free coinage law, for if wo were to Trial Pottles nt Williams & Bellas .and fractured fore legs nro a fretake a train from Boston and travel .Adopts tlte bo-- t facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTnight and day at tho rato of 35 Drug Store. quent rosult. Siicccm nwured in HAND TYPE WRITING nnd BOOK KHI5PINO. seTrains present far less difficulty to miles por hour, it would take over TvrniA moderate Pupils assisted to POSITIONS T1IRRIJ MONTHS. 300 years to roach San Francisco. them. Though occasionally afraid Strayod when competent Business men fumiahed Stenographer" PRB12J OP of tho rush and nolso of the cars, The products of ono clime could not From my home at Baizetown one CHARGR they soon learn to delight in travel- be sent to any other, for the town ing by rail If allowed to accompany' of Anamosa would occupy a space aa red and white spotted 2 year old Information their masters. They rash in tho large as the United States now oc- heifer. No ear marks moment the door Is opened, and cupies and it would take four or flvo of her whereabouts will be rewarded Malissa Jambs some dogs, notably tho30 who aro days to go from ono end of the town 23 jt accustomed to comfortable drawing-room- s to the other. The penitentiary ground would and soft carpets, will always cover as much territory ns four of select a first-clas-s carriage in to n wooden-seate- d "third." tho western states. Tho Methodist 'But though thoy have learned to minister would have as far to walk reckon with tho speed of a carriage, to reach his church as from bore to .and becomes so fond ot railway trav- Chicago, and would no doubt be lato T&rmors apa .Villagers, eling that "railway dogs" who to church if ho had to walk; but tho General Directory travel by choice and alone aro quit man who attempted to go around FOU tho world would havo to llvo almost common there is a "Rydo to Portsmouth" dog too, which travels by 3,000 years. STATU OFFICIALS Fathora . and Mothers, And then If wo had a man on this boat, and beg3 pennies for buns Governor William O. Bradley. IOR earth having the relatlvo proporW. J. Worth-iDgtono dog, nnd wo believe no domesLieuL Governor ticated animal, ha? ever learned to tion to tbo sun that tho presont peoSons and Daughtors, judgo tho speed of a train. When ple have to tho earth he would bo Secretaryof State Charles Finley. FOR onco on tho line thoy seem, in this ovor four miles high. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. So if we wero transferred to somo ot .country, uditor Samuel U. Slouo. quite unconscious All tho Family-- ' Treasurer--Gco- . W. Long. danger. It tho train is moving at of tbo largest planets we would not Comrniesiorjer of Agriculture, .Hortbo rato ot from flvo to twolvo milos cut much of a figure. But the wisdom of tho Almighty ticulture Statistics Lucas Willi the closo of the Presidential campaign The TRIBUNB recog-nize- a and an hour, thoy got out of tho way; t but a pack of hounds on a railway is most beautifully shown in the fit- Moore. the fact that tho American people ore now anxioua to give lkelratren Superintendent Public Instruction line, oven if thoy aro not in full cry, ness of things, and to tho thinking tion to homo and buune interests. To meet this condition, politics will uave inr icss spaco ami pminincuco. nntil another Stale or National are always cut to pieces by tho first minds there can bo no doubt, for al eo. JM. Ltaviton. Register Laud Office Chs. O. fast train which overtakes them. turn where you will, tho evidence of ?renpwalnfll,efiKht '"or the principles for which tea TRIBUNE hai labored Irora its inception to tbo present day, and won iu omt-r- et Tho first thing which tho driver a complicated nnd perfect system are Reynold. Insurance Bureau Coramissione- rvictories. does when ho sees them is to shut bountiful and indisputable. AnaD. W. Comingore. off steam. This makes the onglno mosa (Io.) Anamosian. .Ev?.rp4),s,,i.,,,0 enrt wi" ,, Pul 'orn "Dd ranney Ocejj spent, to Adit.tant General D. R Collier. Sntiri1.!. BUNE preeminently a NATIONAL FAMILY noiseless, but tho wholo train FvLY United States Postage Stamp. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown NMVSPAPI2R, interesting, instructive, entertaining and indispeattble t rushes on, plainly visible, but with each member of the family. ' absolutely no terror for hounds, Claudo M. Johnson, director of tho Day. who seem to look on tho swift, silont bureau of engraving nnd printing IIAIUtOAD COMMISSIONERS. n,?JUr,ro.j8h THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YOWC WEEKLY thing as perfectly harmless. It it in his annual report, says that dur, . Jno O. Wood, chairman; J. F. TRIBUNE, both papers n wcro a or a puffing ing the year postago stamps were Dempsey, H. 8. Irwin. Secretary tractlon-engln- o both. they would get out delivered to postmasters in tho 8amuel F, Brown. of the way. United States in the following Whon tho short lino of railway amounts: Ordinary stamps, Senators Hon. William C. Lind Address all orders to the was mado across tho neck ot tho special delivery, 4,406,270; (J. 8. Blackburn. Turkoy, in Dobrudscha, from postago duo stamps, 19,348,714; aay, Hon. J. Fourth District Representative Kustendji to tho Danube, tho Turks nowspapcr, etc., 5,502,672; total Hon. John W. Lewis. wero almost as stupid. They seemed numbor, 3,054,802,123. A saving 3SLS74. STATE LEOISLATUHE. unablo to realize that tho train for the year 1896 Is shown of $25,124 Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Be would not stop, and would drivo in tho cost of the production of Senator Hon. A. D. James. nuiIHnE-NeYork Wy. an sample copy olTHB ?,V2,UTribu"e their sheep nlong tho line, nnd ono postago stamps. Representative Ohio County Hon. NEW YORK WIJHKLY TRinUNE will be mailed to you. C. M. Barnett. man endeavored to stop a runaway Hit Name Became Proverbial. retruck by putting his foot on tho rati. London Sectator. OHIO COUNTY. Tho word "dun" Is said to owe Us w: II rf CD origin to one Joo Dun, a famous circuit counx. Two Good Stories. lie Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borbailitr about 1500. He Is said to Ija cs Sir John Lubbock had a couple ot havo been so shrewd and doxtcrous HODGENVILLE, KY. i ' very amusing stories to toll recent- in tho collection of dues that bis Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Note Heads, Letter Heads, ha OJIers exceptional advantages to young Indies nd gentli ly in distributing tho prizos at a name became proverbial. Owensboro. Statements, Bill Heads, school In tho city road. ITo said he men aesiring a comuiete eiucation at small cost. T.'ll. Black, Jailer.-HartfMfa: Very Often the Case. wa3 only cognizant ot a single Huildlngs, Strong Faculty. Cheap Doaid, Reference rotaG. B. Llxens, Clerk Hartford. Circulars, Business Cards, where anyone dorlvod an adTho man who would bo considered ry, Healthful Lc cation. Refined and Ihtcllectual C&mu-nit- y, B. D. RiBgo, Master Commissioner Dodgers, vantage from being badly grounded wise, often turns out to bo otherVisiting Cards, Hartford." " Supports a Lecture Course. in arithmetic. That was tho caso ot wise. Ram's Horn. G. B Likens, Trusteo Jury Fund Horse Bills, Wedding Invitations, SPKCIAI, FACILITIES FOR PRPPARAtlON OF tho old lady who securod a ticket Hartford. An Old" EngilsfTCeremony. Teachers Review arid Normal Training classes in session' numbered 24 in a lottery, becauso Prescription Wanks. Jack' Bills. Cal. P. Keown. Sheriff-Hartf- ord. sbo had thrico dreamt that seven at all times, be&ldes six other exhaustive and complete Donutics Samuel Keown Hartford Each November 11, "before would bo a lucky number. Sho calcourse of study. We court investivatipn. Send for a Joe Roberts, roruavllle: i tins. it. so runs the charter, a culated that three sovoiu mado 24; quaint ceremony is performed on tho Bishop, Centerlown; 8. T. Stevens, calaloi ue and judge for yourscll where' he BEST educafirst-clas- s curiously this tickot won a big duke of Buccleuch'a Warwickshire Cromwell. tion can be obtained for the LEAST MONEY, Address prize. Tho othor Btory was ono of estate. Tho duke, by Court convenes First Monday In ancient usage, all coin itiutiiil ns to Sir John Lubbock's own nieces de demands ."wroth silver," whatever March and August nnd coatinuesthreo scribing air as consisting of that may bo, from some thirty par- weeks, aud third Mmulny in May nnd West"Oxygen and Cambridgcnl" , ishes, and tho nominal amounts aro November two weeks. Hodgonville, .Kentucky. ' III u minster Gazette. COUJJTV COURT. given by tho visitors and placod in a ' " III , Tnhn P Morton, Judge Hartlord. stono trough on Knltglow hill. Islnglasi Not a Mineral. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartlonl. 71 company go to . Most pcoplo take isinglass to be a Afterwards the 9 E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfopartly at tho duke's exI'or Nilr J mineral production, but such Is not breakfast, wait for defaulters. Tho 1 Court convenes first Monday in pense, and A dtsiruble farm of one. burdret 3E3L3T. tho case. Isinglass Is prepared from penalty for not paying tho foes is each month. acres, situated nrar Hnitfoid. well, tho air bladders of giant sturgcous, "a whlto bull QUAKTEHIir COUKT. a red nose, and' watered, n good otchert, tw hundred a species of fish which inhabit tho ears of tho with color." WestBegins on the third Monday in samo bearing trees, good l)iilWings,nn(J in Caspian sea, and Its tributary rivers. April, July and October. January, minster Oazetto. These fish averago 25 feot In length, good community. RCQULATC THK For fuithr par-- . COURT OP CI.AIM3. Rice x Oentury Old. and it is said to take the bladders of Convenes first Monday in January, ticuUni calf nt this nflj.ee STOMACH, UVEft AND BOWEL ti 17 good slzod on oa to mako threo, Tbo Republican and the Louisville Commercial.... 81. 25 gj AND PUBIFY THE BLOOB At a recent mooting of tho Paris and Tuesday after the seoud Monday ' pounds of tin glass. Hardware. in October. Idrltint ! Courier-JournalAcademy of Sclonco M. Balland premrans tahcli: ar " and .. 160 uo. Tho uiost I'esiiublertiiulciice )y town rl km rr SailtfUn, SUImnM., OTIIKK COUNTY OFFIOFIW. His Limitation. "DIJ you over sented a memoir describing an Hu4k,CUllB,Dr.HMi.CkrM " and Globe.Democrat.... 1.75 G. S.Fitzliugb, Surveyor SulpbDr Cor puticulais tee S, K. Cox UirTrnaMM,l)UluM,n40aitll.i find a will you could j't break?"' analysis of a sample ot rice ovor a UyMnUrr, OITeMlr U tit. " and New York Tribuue, "Yes, sir; my wife's," bravoly 1.25 century old. Ha found tbo rico Springs. a rdri r U atMiuk, Uf.r e4 DawaU. lUnna TkIi1. .a N. O. Daniol, Assessor Crnmwelh Mlkl.a tho famous lawyer. Detroit only slightly doficient in fat. Ui BUI dallcsU couutuUuiv itCM S " and Louisville Daily Post 2 75 M Z. II. Snultz, School Supt. HartPhotographer Taylor Is now at Free Prow. ford. Draver Dam, ready to do all kinds of The ItnFBTd Killtr. As you go forward In life nevor ' L. V. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Photo work. 'WTanrMTreraraTT.iTKririPi'.iTXjTf'rom THE HIPANB CHEMICAL CO U will be fnhliignlh It i a poor patriot and citizen who expect too much, novor hope for too TOircwroifflimiirc X l.NAVM.I.U.,Mn iuhuii, It is Springs, t :,Campbell, Tejojces at business depression Itry every day except Monday. 8 tf. Poorhouee C, R.' mtio. ur. Jowett. a partisan who exults when a bank Keeper, Hartford. HYDRADLIO TOWER, Ifyou'ie in doubt whether your Sara Jones says: "I declare that a falls or wheu nny kind of businm JUSTIOE8' COURTS. trouble is Indigestion or Dyspepsia, husband who spends the day and un- London's U (que System for Cilr sinks, and yet we. have with us alJ. A. Bawling FonnsviLLE. just take a few doses of Simmons Liv- til io o'clock nt night in the Saloon constantly Supply-Us- ed Mliily for Lifting. ways men whoore Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, will settle the whole and winds up the day's debauchery er Regulator It Tho distribution of hydraullo that they " "ew it would September 10. December 1.0 question. "I have tried Simmons by eating llinberger cheese and gar- power in London, Is tho biggest happen " No one but an inconsistBuroni). Ben F. Graves March It Is ent politician or demagogue, could, 20, Junp25, September 24, DecemLiver Regulator fy Dyspepsia and lic and then lights his dirty old pipe thing ot Its kind in existence. ber 24. find it just the thing to relieve me nnd(qines home aud pillows his head not only uniquo in tho sonso of be- or would rejolc fin ncial disasv ing tho largest distribution ot power Hartford, A 8, Aull March 6, A small dote after ratals is sure to brtheilie of his pure wife constiter, and pity 'tK that w knew a few Juue 4, September 3, December 3. prevent Indigestion." S. S Perkins, tutes an intolerable animal. If I were from central stations In any city In who seem to belong to this claw Woodward tho world, but it is, excluding Rosink. O. L. Sharon. Ga. "It is the best medicine a woman I would rather sleep with a Somi-we'cBusiness reverses ore to be ih p!or at March 13, June 12, September 11, Alter nil it is a matter of smaller Installations in other cities, J. Black, Dun. wet dog. such December 11. toaldillgrstiqri."!. dnnd not rejoiced at, but if tho only Instance of a paver disNo woman ran ove and tnleratiun. can, Arizona, . he better. ELVS OKEAH BALM ! po.ltlTur.. Cromwell. Jont 11, Wilson-Ma- rch lesptet n drunken husband in the tribution which furnishes exclusive- must come, the so ner Apply Into tb cMtrlli. ItU 7, June 7, September 5, De- ents tt Drejgl.u or by mill Quickly sUotboa, to ly a powor supply. 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