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' begins August 31, 1806, at her home for the reception of pu pull. Thorough training. Special to young pupils. trenhon given Tsrmi m uiual. Your patronage solicited. 5 Gm patl.nt, how they t eover.d heaUh.cne. Inl .pirn, and kooi app.tlt.ith.Twi; tall you by tailnr SIX- LITER K1UU- MU IN TEE FOURTH C0KSRES3K0KAL DISTRICT. VOL. IX. HARTFORD, K Y., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1897. NO. 28. Latest U. S. Gov't Report The Chrentit, Par.it and Paaillf Medicine In the World I For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. ln- dice. Illllotii attack.. SICK iin.AUAVtir.,,oiin, D.preulon et Spirit., SOUK Heartburn, ate. Thla unrivalled r.mcdf In warranted not to contain a alnitte particle ot MtHCuny, or any mineral aub.tanie, but la containing thoi. Southern Roeta and llerrn which an Providence haa placed In countries where I.Ivor Dlieait! moat prevail It will cure all Diseases caused by Derange-m.- nl ol the Llv.r and l!oll. The BYUPTOMS ol Llv.r Complaint are a bitter or bad taste In tlu mouth) rain In Ihe liaok. Bid., or Joints, olttn mistaken lor Kheu-m.tliSour Stom.chi Loss ol Appetite! Bowels alternately costive and lax; Headache: Loss of Memory, with a painful sensation of having failed to do something which ought to have b..n don.i D.bllltyi Low Spirits, a thick y.llow appearance of tho Skin and Uvea, a dry Cough often mistaken for Consumption. Sometime, many et these avmptoms attend thadls.a.e, atoth.ra vary f.wj but the LIVER I. generally the aeat of tno disease, and If not Regulated In time, great suffering, wretched- and DDATII will ensue. The following highly eiteemed persons atte at te the vlrtaes of Simmons Liver Rtgulatori O.n. W. S. llolt, Pr.s. Oa. . W. K. R. Co. Key. 1. k. r.ia.r. I'.rry, ua. ioi. a. ji. opart, oi. bany.Oa.1 C. Maiterson, Esq., Sheriff Slbb Co., va. Al.xanqer ll. Bicpn.na. Ita vlrtu.s. nerlonallv. and have te.t.d know that for Dvsneosla. Ililjousn.ss and 'Throbbing Headache ft la the best m.dlolne the world ever saw. Wattled forty other remedies before Simmons Liver Regulator, but none gave as more than temporary relief! but the Reru lator not only relieved, but cured us." So. Bt I'UnniVY VF.GETAULE, Tor ? .a. cei TTXiErs DELKERS VEHICKLE DECSlV3ES SCHSllilD fearly- - SUFFERING. Capt. Server Tells His Highest of all in Leavening Power. Story. For Hours. A I In the Barge in the Cold Roy! might be be had an old saying to fit He would rip out an antique statement and then look wlie, so that in the end many people believed him a deep thinker. But in the end he s Vled, One day his wife came into h's presence bearing in her hand two it. Absolutely pure THE X-ES-Jl- ID. 0 Situation that Would Causo that be aid in the conversation, to these expressions instead of tho Strongost Hearts to laboiiously hunting up words for Fool tho Icy Touches hlmsell. Whatever the occa&ion of Dospalr. HJ OH 0 U 0 0 u bin o C9 ? like the'd ought to." "Well, my dear," replied the Idiot, "you know the old sayin': "Ef you 3Eo3cr want a thing well done do it yours self.' " At the trial the widow was greatly -affected. In fact, it affected her so much that she spent the nest 14 years ter. away from her friends. But she said "Upon further investigation I discovered that theboat had struck a she though maybe it was worth it. large log in the middle of the stream How's TlilkT era We offer One Hundred Dollars Re and everyone on board was told to be on the lookout. The boat soon began ward for any case of Catarrh thnt cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh to leak. I told the pilot, Ben Hud- Cure. son, to blow the distress whistle. He F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known did not do as was ordered, but at once began preparations to save himself. I F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, saw that we wete fast sinking and and believe him perlectly honorable in nil business transactions and fisomething had to be done. I yelled nancially able to cary out any obligato the crew and passengers to get on tions made by thrlr firm. the barge, which was in front of the West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldlng, Rinnan & boat Mntvln, Wholesale Druggists, Tole- "Clarence, the old son of 00, u. my brother; Henry, wasin the engine Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interbhcbt-eao- t, Illinois Central ffc. (?,. teleobapht, penmanship, etc. room with the engineer, John Orr, at nally, acting directly upon the blood ntul raucous of In connection with the Southern Pa- this time. Orr was engaged at the testimonials surfacesfree. the system, Price 75c, tent cific Co , will, on ard after the night pump and Clarence was watching . the per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. of November 7, 1896, run from Cinas was his hpbit, He nomachinery, Hall's Family Pills are the best. cinnati and Louisville a Pullman Who desires to better bit or ber condition In life, should write for BUFFET SLEEPER EVERY TUES- ticed the water 'coming up over the ""he funds of the Kentucky Divis DAY AND SATURDAY floor of the engine room, screamed to uo catalogue or tno v night tocounectdlrect at New Orleans Orr and ran for the door. Orr was ion, League of American Wheelmen, with the Southern Pacific's fast. sol-I- d slightly deaf and may not have heard something like $900, are tied up in der of the Chairmanof tbe State ComNo. 400 THIRD STREET. LOUISVILLE. KY. vestibule train,, the "Sunset Limi tli German National .Bank closed at mittee, excluded Go'd Bugs from the ted,', for Los Angeles and San Fran- Clarence's warning, Clarence got out Louisville by order ot Bank Exami- councils of the party, were only cisco. On these cars for of the engine room and reached the as a joke. There was no seThis will probably be CALIFORNIA VIA NEWORLEANS barge just in time, for as he stepped ner Escott. Through reservations Cincinnati and on the boat went down In The paid in full but the iiiconven'ence is rious purpose in these things. 20 feet of Louisville to the Pacific Coast can be Cnst'onvmado Qarmonta Pita Guarantood. water. The pilot on the steamer Gay serious to th'S straggling organiza- Silver men always meant to be kind made. In addition to the Bufiet to their eiting brethren, and now that Sleeping Car service, connection will oso witnessed thesinkingof the steam- tion. the time, is approaching when the be made at Memphis by train leaving er and undoubtedly would have resFree Pills. votes of these ening brethren will be Cinclnnatti at 2:30 p m. and Louis- cued us ii it had been possble. Send your address to H. E. Buck-le- u needed badly, they are more kindly ville 6:55 p. m. every Wednesday, "When I though every one was on with & Co., Chicago, and get a fue disposed than ever. PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING the barge I secured a hatchet and cat sample box of Dr. King's New Life The latest letter ot tbe Popocratlc CAR the ropes and we were set adrift. We leaving Chicago every .Wednesday soon disco veied that Orr was missing Pills. A tri?l will convince you of Chairman means that the Silver men and running through without change but it wrs impossible to Bavehim. On their merits. These pills are easy in are willing to forgive their Gold from Chicago to San Francisco, vii action and are particularly effective friends for being kicked outofth? New Orleans, by the same route. the barge were my two brothers, Hen in the cure of Constipation and Sick paityand It they will come up like my nephew, Clarence, Headache. Comfortable Free Reclining Chair Car ry and Fred, For Malaria and Liver men and vote forthe gentlemen of the on this train between Cincinnati, Ben Hudson, the pilot; John Hancock, Silver persuasion, who always run lor Louisville, and Memphis. Thfouch the fireman; three passengers, a col troubles they have been proved double-bert- h They are guaranteed to be office, In their time of need, all their rate but $5 so from Memphis. This is The Only True ored female cook and six deckhands, perlectly free fiom evety deleterious sins may yet be forgiven them. We soou left the scene Winter Route to California, owing to nil colored. substance and te be purely jregetable. Walk up to tbe rack, gentleman. low altitudes and the absence of snow ofthewieck and floated down the They do not weakea by tbelrbctiou, Lexington Leader. and severe cold weather.. Also good river atthe rate of perhaps three miles bet by givm? tone to stompclte and connection to the an hour, The night was cold and bowels giestly Invigorate the system. CITY OF MEXICO Honey comDr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r We Regular size 33c. per box. Sold by bines new and valuable medical agendark and we suffered much. via New.Orleans, by the Illinois CenWilliams & Eell Druggist. tral and lhc Southern Pacific Rail- could not build a fire on the barge for cies. It advances a new theory in m m roads. Ticket fear, ot burning It up. The only thing Incipient consumption is cured with the treatment ot coughs, colds, lung RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTH-Eaflectlons. It cures we could do to keep alive was to walk Di. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Infloma- - and bronchial ROUTE tlon is allayed and the clogging of and cures quickly. If affords immedMy nephew suffered more Ask for special California Folder of around. the lungs is stopped When this is iate relief to consumptives and many I. C R, R. They, ns well as tickets than the rest of us, as his clothes were accomplished the road to health is a who were thought to have consumpand full information as to rates and wet. He wanted to go to sleep, hav- straight one. Get a bottle today. tion have been cured by its use. For specific train timq can behad of agents ing become numbed by the severe For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. aw of the Central Route and connecting represented bv Qarson & Qo. 28 at .cold, and we had a hatd time to save llns, 01 by addressing W. A. KelU Goveror Bradley has decided to his life. ond, A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. There were 255,574 liquor licenses hear no more verbal statements in par- -' A. H. Hanson, Loulsvilfo Dental Co., "When we passed the encllne we issued in the United States. Ken- don rases. The law Is clear that ap NUMM Gen,l Pass'r Agent, Chicago. "T thought someoncon'the large transfer tucky btands fifteenth lu number of pi cations for pardons shall be made boat would see us and make an at- llscenses with 4 In writing accompanied by written 790 Issued ond Intempt to save us, but such was not dian Teitltory is last on the list with statement of the reasons for granting HOW TO FIND OUT. the ca&e. When we got to Evans-vil- le 121 liseuces. It is bald thnt the Pres. pardon, and the Governor finds that we crhri for help, but it did not ident will sign the bill to prohibit these personal Interviews consume Fill a bottle or common water glass withurine andlet it stand twenty, four come to us. I yelled until Twas com- the sale of Hqar to Indian. This is much time, and seriously interferes hours; a sendiraent of settling Indi-- . pletely exansted. When we past In- the s.u'M end of the How with the administration of public ducates n diseased conditiou oi the kid on Keutucklans? ties, neys. When Urine stains linen It Is gle coal mine and got beyond the would positive evidence ot kidney trouble - .bend we gave up in dispair and Croup,' the gteat enemy of childToo frequent desire to urinate or pain thought we were doomed to a horrihood, succumbs at ouce to the soothin the bndk, Is also convincing proof ble death. ing influence ot Dr, Bell's Tar Honey. that the kidneys and bladder ore out "We were as cold as one could get Bronchial affections lose their danger of order. without freezing to death. About when this great remedy is at hand. WHAT- - to no. IIAWM three miles below the city we were No home should be without it. For There la comfort In the knowledge saved, A bend in the river was the sale by Z Wayne Griffin $S Bro so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's, Swamp Root, thegreat kidney remedy means of our rescue. The current in WeMBrS ji(fe Tlify Lave Hie Golil Hen. S&qrqwjis,, ,. .... ii.. $ta$7, fulfills every wish in relieving pain river carried our boat closer to the The desire for office has had its rweeutn crowns 3 to 5 Mr. E. D. Jenklnt, of LlthonU, Ga., in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder shore, and with Jest net ot teeth (no.better made eficct upon the members oltlie says that his daughter, Ida, inherited a the help of two boards and every part of the urinary pas- which no matter bow much you pay) . $8 we had torn from the side of si.'vei wing of the Demociacy. They severe cane of Eciemi, which the usual sages. It corrects inability to hold Cold fillings . , remedies failed to $r up uripe and scalding pain in passing it, the barge we soon came within a few olc uo longer bieathiug fire from their mercury and potash (Mlver filling ., . . . . 75c relieve. Year by year she was treated or bad effects following use of liquor, feet of the shore. It was almost im- nostiils and shouting defiance nt the Itxtracting, pei tooth 35c wine or bear, and overcomes that cations and internal remedies, wituoui . possible for us to walk lrom the boat toe. The protest of pat. y conventions f aiulecs extractlng-wltb-,,.. . ,Vitalized necessity of being compelled result. Her sufferings were Interne, ... 5w ;.AIr., tn fvAr tin mntiv Hmn Htirltifr tli. to the land, and some ot the party am! elections coming on is bringing and her condition grew steadily worse. itxtracting, , Iree when Artificial blood remedies did not tbe Popocrats to their seu&eiaud they All the night to urinate. The mild and the , fell into the shore water, Teeth are ordered, 0Bce permanentseem it reacn toe ' extraordinary eflectofSwanip-Roo- t is . ' "After we got to shore we at once will penult the gold raeu to vote for J ' ly located1 at all until S. toon realized It stands the highest went' to an unocennted frame Louse tli mi candidates and may eveu conseut 1QJU3TA0OOOD FOR ADULTS. S.S. was given, when for its wonderful cures of the most near by, where we built a fire. ' .My an improvement WARRANTED. PRICE 60 ots. to let them have a few of the minor distressing cases, tf you need a was at once noticed. si. was rull Uttllolnt fin., M.ltlIxHit., Mo. 600 UtUlol ftt medicine you should have the best brother, Henry, Mr. Wood and my offices. .Fair View Herd s 9 The medicine favlux Tar, U.ntl.m.m We contlnuecd with Ofco'iiTienll the gold men will now TASTUI.KMi Cllirx TOMO ml bare Sold by druggists price fifty cents and" self left the party In tfie bouse and flHOVK'rt bouaht Lbr. vro.. alrtldr IhU rear. In .11 air x orable results, and ssaa. CjCisH one dollar For a sample bottle and started for Henderson. We were in rush to tlic Popocratlc camp cojfess of 14 y..re. la tta tirup bu.lnbM. bar now she U cured uaT.r ki14 on article that ffa.a .ucn nolTaraal aaiia pamphlet, both sent Ireo by mall, I no fit condition to walk, and bow we their siusand helpkeep the old ''court a. yew J owa, vuur. iruir, sound and well, her ' liouuo mention Tiirt Hartford RrsK'nucAN ABair.Cina Co. skin is perfectly It took house ring" In power. These geut'e-tueand tend your lull post --office address survived no one knows, Tor sale by Williams & Bell. clear and pure ana who made a sad mistake and to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binehamton. N. nearly three .hours to reach Hender- : she has been saved Y. The .proprietors of this paper son." from what threat flopped at the wrtjiig Jfoie, should not Pigs ia pairs not akin. Come and forever. guarantee the genuineness pi this of- -, 'JThpJ , Capt Server will buy another boat on that account be depiived of the of. ened to blight her life purtly ugtlaiu) or'wrile your want, Me 8.8.0. (guarantttd 7 yr. teU , as soon as he can make the necessary fices which they have held fiom time enres Kciemi, 8crofuls, Cancer, Rheu' nnfl ' PrlcM:rqnaWe'. arrangements, which will take the immoital and hope to hold durlngthe matism, or any other blood trouble. It Is a real blocd remedy and always '. place ot the Peanklshaw in the Hartremainder of their natural lives, cures even after all else falls. for ono: - Beaver Dam, 'Ky. ford tiade. They (have managed public afialrs ibi-SLTThrice-a-wee- k with nuch extreme wisdom, and have Real Blood Remedy. . . ! . produced so pure, a political atmosAHTKDrrSKYBRAL FAITH He Nllpprd Up. Take a Hood rtrtitJv for a blood disease; N. Y, fitst tilt MftatH t9 WAMtH t( There was once an Idiot who had phere in Lexington that the GV.d toqio won't cure it. tM)MMe established house in Ke- away in the place, mcu will uudobtedly hsiten to their collected and stored $1.65 Our books JjJcVy. ftalarjr $780. payable $15 Com-morci- al rescue and help them to bold on to on blood and where his Intelligence should have ryamn prj wwevij .tan. diseases skin a large number oi old sayings. thcii precious offices and to continue mailed free to mMst- - xeitrcnce wnciosea self-IWka can Mat one 4 Mima WW Wanted-- An address. Idea tUai U paUatr Being totally without deals of his th" aal Jtiry political conditions that any Specific dJr"d stamped envelope, Swift National,. Star BuiUlny, Oilcag th.y may brtoi i ou waawa own, ho was accustomed, when tlje ' now surrouud us. istlilfe-rlaauaiKBURN OO . Co., Atlanta, $1.25. j. (- fo th.lr II.MJ I It any number of Republicans or exigencies of the situation dcttfcd4 atuuufl fctTealieai wanted. tad XOo cent, tlie Handsomest. white for catalogue or direct from - Capt William Server glved the fol lowing Interesting awountpfthelpss oi the Peanklshaw, and. the icuuftta-b- le escape of all but tjie engineer from death: "We ate supper on the boat about I was the fast to eat 6:30 o'clock. supper. While I was seated at the table I heard a heavy jolt like the boat had struck something I did not think it was anything serious, however. After 1 had finished supper I went up to the pilot house and asked it anything was wrong. I agaiu went down stairs and asked the watchman to make an investigation. He said there was nothing wrong with the boat. I wanted to make sure of it, and at once set the syphon going, which threw considerable was Ebeneztr," she said, "whatever do jou a' pose is the matter with them hens? Mary Ann's been fer nests fer more'n thiee hours, an' these two eggs is all she found. Them hens can't be a'layln efs. Sold by authorized deal THEGEB.DELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, Honderson.Ky i6-ye- ar 0j0a z3b yl wan Co. m BRYANT & STRATTON "'gSSi&an. Gold Democrats should happen to be elected to office, what would become of the poor fellows who live on poll- - I tics and manage so skilfully to con- trole elections? And what would tbe bummer, tbe repealer and the "honTgLgoXArit AMD Meuihoisj, Macon, Oa. est, efficient and incorruptible" elecMSKUraCTURtD O.fLY BT J. H. ZBILIN CO., FhUad.lphle.-rtion officers do? In view ofthe approacbingelection, PROFESSIONAL CARD. it is Indeed necessary that the rank and file of the Gold party should be Jns.H.UIenn, J.N.H. Wrririlnu placated Their votes will be exceedGLENN & WEDDING, ingly convenient and any little unpleasant feeling can be settled alter HAKTFORD, RY. eltcfo J. Just now the Silver people (Office, over And.raon'aBasaar.) love the Gold men with a love "surWill practice their profession in ah passing that of woman," the courts of Ohio and adjoining counIt is true that only a few months ties, and court of Appeals. Hpecial ago the Chairman of the Popocratlc attention given collections. Alio Sta'e Committee issued an order vir- Notary Public for Ohio county. tually prohibiting Gold men from OTaaaaes .A.. taking patt in primaries; it is also trre that dm log the Presidential campaign the National Democrats were unceremoniously kicked out ofthe HARTFORD, KT. Silveiciatic councils but bless their WiU practice his profession in Ohio souls that was only in a Pickwickian and adjoining counties, and cosrt of sense. It didn't mean anything. It Appeals. Special attention given was smply a mcthod.the Silver peo-- . collections. Offico east side of pubJi. pie had of expressing the depth of square. thtir devotion to their Gold fi lends. Shelby Taylor. They loved them so much that they M.L. Heavrin. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, didn't caie to bu.den them with tbe trouble of assisting in running a campa'gr.nnd that love burns row as HARTFORD, KY. bright as it did then. Perry Wester-field- , Fuitfaei.nore, in case of Bryan's election they were averse to putting the cares and responsibilities of office Beaveb Dam, Ky. on the shoulders of the people they adore so devoutly. willR. H. WEDDING They weie ing 10 assume all such burdens them selves. Hartford, Ky. To mtra up the whole matter the Will practice his profession in all li'tle otders issued by the Popocratlc tbe courts of Ohio and. adjoining Committee during the campaign, by counties. Also Notary Public. Offico, iu Commercial Hotel. which the Gold people were gently lifted fiom the county and district committees, and the or- s a. LAWYERS, Sraltb., D JTT0H1Y JT f KtforneysatLaw Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, post-electi- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, ICY. , ."SdsurcL ZESose d& Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adioiniDg counties Careful attention will be given to n business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public.' (Oonnty Attorney) Attorney at law, Will practice his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining coin-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Offico in Courthouse. HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Offico North side of public square. R- - JNO. B. WILSON, given SPECIAL attention abstracts, making &., R Attorney E. LEESIMMERMAN, Hartford, Ky. at Iaw Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T, J. Smith & Co., Market Street. GRDVE Attorney at Law, HlIRTFORD, J.B. VICKERS, Ky., Will practice and adjoining tention given to his care. building. his profession in Ohio counties, Special at to all business entrusted Office in RErUDw'AN 4 this-wor- Eczema Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Office with County Attorney. KOTfOX. I Wirtr every man and woman In the Trait States Interested In the Optnm and Wni.kj habits to have one of utv books on these diseases. Address II. M. Woolley, Atlanta, US. Xiox BSa and one will b sent you free. ARMISTEAD JONES, ENSgOR6, KY. All Her Life. TASTELESS Ldi ., TUNIC Republican ".-.Tlli- n n I IhLb .. uia-ea- te , s, ,.0,. I.J111,ullr,ll,,,u.r.on vn wo' luJKiieeiJimei. No. 41. No. 43. dally West bound dallr L Louisville , L Brandenburg L Irvington . , mm f I LStephenport . v L Cloverport . I, Hawesvllle . L Owensboro . Ar Henderson , 7 55 a m 6 30 7 55 9 . 9 49 8 20 8 58 0 a8 9 I 1047 1 pui 13 15 p WI0 4.8 1 II 55 15 is 944 sf oland life (Jnirias, u, L Hennersou East bound . . No 43. 3S 9 S 9 5 10 11 dally No. 44 . . . '.L. wlia, tf'aoa-Ai- Jotiimal o. Courier year The and Republican' L Owensboro . L Hawesvllle . L Cloverport . L Stephinport . L Irvington . L Brandonburg Ar Lovlsville OA 720am 8 a 55 p eu 3 55 4 5Jr dally AMI 6 1 1051 11 18 13 45 V. p m 639 too y W ca-ii- he lt. The Rqpublican and Louisville both year for World per year. lor A TINE TAUS.K I. OOINO EAST, H. M. HKAVKR KY. 1- cr a,-- . sss Local Freight No. 393 n 6 00 a. tu. No. 333 a 1 03 p. m, Mall No, 303 a 7 25 p. rn, Fast Mall C01KQ WEST. Fast Mall No. 201 a 7 17 a, m, No. 33i a is 25 p m. Mall Local Prelght No. 391 a 3 35 p. rn. II Mkrkicc Agt. y i HXiii Mil J '? Subscription, $1.25 por yoar Entered nt the ce at Hnrtford as second class mail matter. post-offi- thing o it gnlneti votes. Houco tho molly crowd ol oranka and demaFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1897 gogues that constituted tbo Chicago convention; licnco the silliness of Of flco on Fox Stroot. their nominations, tho wild outgivings iMiiert l:rry Friday nl Ilnrirnnl, Ky, of their platform, nnd tho wretched SAM A. ANDERSON Editor. imbecility of their campuign management. Hartford Republican. Protootlon Is Right. The Commercial is In favor of protection for protection's sake it be lieves that the regulation ol our com merce with foreigu nations should be made In such away as to favor Auier icau industries, and that our revenue should Be collected in a way to give not only incidental, but direct to Aerlcau Interests. The Atlanta Constitution has been a free trade and a free silver paper, but it Is honestly in favor ol the development of the southern states, which embracel the most magnificent territory on the face of the known world. The Constitution has the frank ness to say that "there was not a democratte platform down to the day of James Buchanan that did not make some plea for protection in some shape." Tbete will be no settlement of the tarifl question which does not recognize the protection of American industries as an essential feature, Louisvllll Commercial. pro-tecti- Announcements Democratic Ticket. We are authorized to announce ELI H. DROWN As a candidate for Circuit Judge ol the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action ol the Democratic patty. Weoie authorized to announce W. T. OWEN As a candidate lot as Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Dls ttict, subject to the .action ol the Democratic party. Tor Commonwealth's Attorney. We are authorized to announce EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial DIs trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party. To tho IlepaMMnti of Ohm tniiiily The Republican convention vjtll ineetnt your voting precinct ufcxt Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. I wish you woutd all be in attendance and look after my interests In your convention. If my efforts in behalf of the patty merit recognition I will nppicciatc the support of every precinct In the county. Betwetn now and the convention I wish my Iriends would agitate the matter and speak to all the Republicans In their sec tion and urge them to give tue their support for Circuit Cletk. My time has been spent every since I became a voter for the upbuilding of the Republican party in Ohio county. Owing to the limited tlmebetween now and the convention it will be Impossible forme to see many more of the oter8. Trusting that my ltlends.wlll leave nothing undone that wllfsecurc me the nomination in an honorable manner, I remain, Yours truly, Sam A Andkrson. CANE llU.it. " t'i - V Just Lancaster, O. T. Smith and Emmet Smith returned to their home in Meade county SaturFor t'onntjr Atlornty day alter a two week's visit to friends We are authorized to announce and relatives In this vicinity. J. B. VICKERS Mr. R L. Cooper is very low with' Asia candidate for the office of Couns ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject consumption. to the Democratic party. Mr. R. L. Cooper and Miss Tula We are authorized to announce Daniel were married at the residence The candy patty given last TuesF. L. FEUX of Mr. M Hoover last Thursday. day night by Sirs W.E. Reid in honAs a candidate for the office of CounBorn to the wife of S. A. White a ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject or of Miss Lucy Jones, was well at- gitl. & to the action of the Democratic party. tended. Rev. Johu Jarnagin preached here Mr. J. W. Neel, State ogent Last Tuesday was ground hog of the United States Building and last fourth Sunday. We are Informed that Mr. S. A. day. Loan Association, was in town a few White and R. H Raley will start In days last and organized quite n strong .6! a short time with a magic lantern The United States last week suf- local board. show. fered a loss of $4(000,000 on account Anderson Mr. W. W. Stone, whom we made of fire. mention in our letter last week as Bryan Still Ignores Populists. V.IOIUWCI1 ., Only a short time from now until having disappeared from home, has I It Is slniDlv wonderful how nfml. Coot Springs . '. . .' lously Bryan Ignores name of the a returned. tho convention, meantino tho candiRockport . . ,y. 7 Never before In the history of Ohio populist party and populist press, who dates are seeing the people. Select . . . . '. Vv. 4 county has there teen such an inter- so gallantly supported him during ...-.,Horse Branch . , 5 Rnslne Tins is the shortest month in tho est manifested In the nearing of a the recent campaign, At the Jackson 8 convention to select candidates for club, Chicago, he had an excellent Beaver Dam '. . 4 6 year and thanks to kind providence Mcuenty . . .' v . . 6 it is the last of the Democratic ad- the Republican ticket. A large num- opportunity to say a good word for Centettown 6 ber ol citizens have expressed their populist papers, especially, but te ministration. Smallhous . (. . ; 7 to be present on the day of didn't intention East Pordsvllle 7 WestFordsvllle.?'. 5 It is an easy matter to namo the the convention, February 13, which He said: "Let me call attention to Aetna ville 3 first political party in the country,but is called for this purpose, than ever anotherwork which the clubs can do; Shreve . . . . . . 3 And we might they can encourage the support of you would have to get out a search was known before. Olaton . .. say here that never before have they those newspapers which are opposing Butord warrant to find the second. a had such a good field to select from. the gold standard. No newspaper BartletU . . 4 Heflln x The fienato's confirmation of an This together with the harmony now can long exist without readers, and Maklntr total "108 Illinois gold Democrat by 4l to 15 existing In the ranks ot the patty and unless the advocates of free silver Necessary to nominate . t- . . 55I vastating City, Town and ing when Polk and Lincoln were rerepresents the waning of tho Chicago with the knowledgeof the importance are willing to-- support newspapers cheting," of 64 pages, over 50 origispectively inaugurated, but only one At rralnct conventions, ' known Country Ahko. of maintaining it should aid us to a which represent their ideas they nal designs Illustrated, beautiful lace platform. It is dead, and Fopocrats when Hayes came into office, his party affiliation end a pledge to suppatterns, shawls, hoods Jackets, etc., of perception closer the im- must expect to be without newsdo not care to be reminded of it. companion, Gen. Grant, and not port and vote for all nominees ,of has been published by The Home, 14 1 portance of selecting the men papers," Nothing equal to it has ever been more man two at any Milk St., Boston Mass , and will be time since. Rethe aforesaid county and justices'-tho who will with the greatest credit and One week from The democratic fice sliver patty We have had la grippe be known. congratulatory telesrrams trict conventions, will be rcqiiircil of publicans of Ohio county will meet most vigor uphold those principles and flip flop goldbug paper like the sent with a subscription to that paper. fore fn this country In several well reached Mnj McKInley last Friday . a .,-- , Vb ntrt nimoAnu in oonvention at their respective pre- that are sacred to every true Repubs Schoals News and the Washington The Home is a aopage monthly filled defined epidemics, but not as we are aud it was doubtless gratifying to therein. Young with original stories, literary and domen who havb new cincts to select delegates to the coun- lican, and that can best aid in carry- Democrats, and hundreds of others now, Evcrbody, every- him to dine in the evening as he did .topics and fashions. Its de- having It voted and tkoso who will bo 21 years ty convention, which meets at Hart- ing our banner and pushing our democratic papers have gained official mestic with his venerable mother, now neatpartment of Fancy Work Is a special where, has It, has had it ot Is expectWe have men patronage of! the work of populist cause to success. ford the Monday following to nomiing to have it In every paper we ly 83. a pleasure that has only been of age bctoro November 2, 1897, with y field the who papers and speakers. De3 Mr Bryan feature, nqwand original designs each read of it. Every one we meet speaks qualifications aboro stated, may alto, nate candidates for the various couu-t- y in have proven their ability and compethink these populist pipers thus issue. The price of subscription Is of it. Perhaps the worst featnte xouebsafed, tinder similar circumparticipate and vote in their respectoffices to be filled next November. stances, to two of the Presidents. cents per year and will include one tency, some by their work of three robbed and snubbed, which he does 50 ' , ive precinct conventions, about la grippe Is that it is almost Leader. The convention is an important one As a special induce. even mention, will support him ot these books years m All precinct delegates are" urged! to and every Republican should attend rreer ago, some by their official ca not to trial subscribers, a copy of this sure to leave consequences behind it and same by their valuable serv and his cohort ot pla'form thieves.' Rosolutlons. be at County Convention on timers his precinct meeting and help book will be given with a 6 months' which are far worse than the original ices iu the late Presidential campaign Bryan will hear from the populist At a meeting of the Masonic Lodge select the candidates. Select good subscription. The price of book Is disease. But it could not have been last Monday night, the following res- convention will be failed to ordir as recognized by the official head of national press on February 22. otherwise than that some things have promptly at 10:30 o'clock a. m, men tor each office and victory will party. And 25 cents, but a 6 months' subscription now is the time to demolutions were adopted; Free Republic- Co.IUp.Com. and the book combined will be sent been learned, during these sieges surely crown the Republicans of Ohio onstrate to those men our recognition WiirtRRAS. death, the telentless foe with la grippe. Untold thousands for only 15 cents. Their " Dr. Pondleton. Jno.P. MoKTOJf.Boc'y county next fall. same by giving1 them our hearty of the human race, has removed from of Dr. John E Pendleton Is dead. The ilst for 15397 will be sent free have learned these things but a still our midst our beloved brotherand endorsement for the small reward greater multitude perhaps have these The Democratic party at present announcement was not unexpected, on application. Dr. John E. Pendleton, who Ttin. OAMTOnXA. they ask. So we would urge every things yet to learn. m is in bad shape, but no intelligent but nevertheless painful to many of Urn iBllt Republican, white or black, to be 9 ttttr Mr W. M Likens, one of the edthat, Pe ru na taken before after a painful and lingering illness ffuun Pltst, his warm friends. person expects it to fade away into His friends were Wit K departed this life on Janusry 31st, present on the day of the convention and all warm friends. No sensiblo ReThere itors ol the Beaver Dam Glciner, a each meal and at bedtime will protect 1897. and utter disruption. in their respective precincts and aid legiou Sfatlee Prohibition paper at Beaver Dam. is any one from having la grippe. Secpublican desires it. Two parties are in the selection ol those men who are was about his nature a genial glow WitrtRBAS. that in the death of Dr. At a call meeting of the Coqnty that was contagious. Generous, kind an applicant for the position of State ond that Pe ru na taken every hour Pendleton, a necessity, and it is better that both to be our standard-bearer- s the craft has lost a wor- Republican Executive Committee last in the next , Organizer for hia party in Kentucky, during the acute stage ol la grippe have age and ancestry, precedants campaign, realizlng.as we should, that full of tenderoussympathyforallman-kindthy and zealous brother, the com- Monday at the Court House "it was he endeared himself to all with Mr. Likens has been a prohibition will shorten its duration and prevent munity nn honorable, and traditions, and a record to be we must have the strongest men for uptight and agreed that the convention to nomiworker ever since he was old enough the long train of disagreeable conse whom he came in contact and bound judge by. Though the party by tho the ticket in the final election. candidate-- for worthy citlzn; the bereaved family a nate a Republican theni to him, not by hooks of steel, to do anything and has been quite quences which follow the actfte attack. kind, indulgent nnd afiectlonate bus-ba- Representative from Ohio county, name of Democrat has suflered a KnuEur. He was nominated by Third, that in case where but the strongest bands of love that successful. would be called at . the time of ;the nnd father, woeful defeat, it is not defeated so keen his memorv in firm, fond cm- - his party for Representative from has not been used during the ncutc bad but what it can come again. The "Look Horo Good People!" brace Alien his form has been laid in Ohio county in 1895 and in 1896 he stage aud the victim finds himself Rrsolvrh that we extend to his Convention to nominate a candidate Circuit Judge and Commonparty represented by Bryan and bis Our buyer, Mr. Jones, is now in the grave. Dr. Pendleton was cer- was the nomiueeof his party for Con- dragging out a miserable equlstance bereaved, widow, children and grand- lor children our heartfelt sympathy In wealth s Attorney and Clerk of the followers is as unliko the Democracy St. Louis buying a large stock of tainly a noble man in all that consti- gress in the 4th District He is a from the damage to his system accomCourt ol Appeals, &c, and not at the of Jefferson as darkness is different general merchandise including every- tutes true nobility. A perfect gentle- young man, full of energy, and should plished by la grippe, he has only to this their sad bereavement Resolved that these resolutions Convention called to nominate counfrom daylight, but still holds tbo thing kept in a general storo. Ren man, generous, kind, skilled in his Executive Committee of the Prohibiaccording to the directake ty officers cm February 1 j. namo of Democrat. Its teachings are member we buy with six large cash profession whch he loved because it tion patty select him to do their field tions on the bottle to realize a speedy spread upon the records of the lodge W. A. Gibson, Ch'm'tt. and a copy furnished the Masonic dangerous, its record on all public stores and get the very bottom priced enabled him to more effectually help work they will have a young man and complete cure. The explanation Jno P Morton, Sec'y. Home Journal. The Hartford HeralJ who is capable in every particular, of this ft that la grippe is epidemic questions shows that it stands without Wo now have in stock a big lot of his fellowman and Hartford Rrpoblican for pubwill cure catarrh! Ambition beckoned him to fairer, and one who will attend to every part catarrh. Pe ru-a principle in the United States. Its grass and clover seed, also the celeNo greater calamity can befall a s wherever located. It will cure ca- lication, and a copy f cnt to the family person than ill health. Cougbsjand manner. members are like the caste brated Oliver chilled plows and re- brighter fields, but love and duty of the work in a individual ol the deceased, and that we wear the colds in themselves are not serious tarrh of every variety and stage. held him fast to the friends of former of a vessel shipwrecked far from pairs for same. Mr., Berry Rial is In Louisville un- , Therefore it will cure la grippe, usual badge of mourning for thirty maladies. The more trlval cough or He might have gained Na der medical treatment. days. land, they aro catching atoverything, cold If neglected, may lead to asthma, Morrhiad, Jones & Co, which is simply the epidemic variety days, bronchitis, or consumption. tThc laying all principles Centretown, Ky, tional fame. Heseemed only to have and former E P. Thomas, ) right time to treat a cough or cold Is Mf. Jno. M. Shullz, of Sulphur of acue catarrh During such a winreachedjorth and plucked the honK. W. Forp. Feb. 3, 1897. Committee t cachings aside and making n mad right away. Delay' means danger. ors, but his Jrlendshlp held him fast. Springs, is announced this morning ter as this no one should be without J. P. Sandkfur. J rush for A Dr. Bell's is a quick "Thy people dull be my people and as a candidate for Magistrate in the a copy of Dr. Hattman's latest book CEUAI.VO. cure, a sure cure and a safe cure. Democratic party, it seems, that we Otlcklrn'K trnlcn Nxlre. Hartford Magisterial District, subject which treats fully of la grippe, acute Mrs. Dye Drown, South CarrpHton, thy God my God, where thou diest. The Best Salve in the wotld for Druggists sell it. For sale by Z. must have, and it seems now that wo will I die, and there willl be bulled," to the action of the Republican party. catarrh, chronic catarrh, cou?hs, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Wayne Griffin & Bro. have a Democratic party without is visiting friends and relatives here. Hartford Mr. Shultzis a good man, a. good Re- colds, qrnnchitis, consumption and Rheum, FeverSnres, Tetter, Chapped Born to the wile of Mr. J. W. was truly bis shibboleth. principle, without any of its teachings and if nominated and elected all other climatic d If eases of winter. Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all nnd Ohio county was better for his publican be will make a good official. and absolutely without any Demo Garrett, January 10th, a boy. Skin Eruptions, and poMtlvely cures Sent free to any address by The living there, and may it not be said, m m Mrs. Margaret Fulkerson has been It is cwitic ideas whatever. Drug Manulacturing Company, Piles, or no pay required. Messrs. C. M. Pendleton, CIncin that the world is better because he gutranteed to give perfect satisfaction quite siok, but is better now. lived in it? I loved bint for his many nati; Jno. E. Pendleton, Kansas; Col. Columbus, Ohio. or money refundert. Price cents Just now the Democratic party is The infant child of Mr. Monroo noble qualities. He wore the gray, I. B. Nail, Louisville, were in town per box. For sale by Williams & Farmers in Woodford county (Ky.) Bell. undergoing the process of dieintergas Bratcber died January 28th of I wore the blue, but with many oth- this week. 131 yr. cays The Capital, hold, of last yen's ' F.O. AUSTIN, .Mfg'rr,. , ' tion, which, curiously enough, it whooping cough. ers of my comrades I djop n tear of wheat a qaantlty, estimated at from I.bikI Hnlfi for tnxrm, Rev. J. H. Richardson is conduct531Woat Market ' Street Be passes through at what might almost Z O Kino, .love to hisTTiemorv They al-fly virtue ot Taxes due the State of 50,001 to 61,000 bushels. bo called stated periods and regular ing a scries of meetings at Hopewell. Pewee Valley, Ky., Feb 3 '97. twoon5thand6th, v hold this wheat for $1 to per bushKentucky nnd coun'y ol Ohio for the To any person interested iu huMrs. Elvira Calbcrt, South Car intervals. Whoever reviews its hisi aui year 1896,1 or one of my deputies, wltl el In money equivalent tn gold, and mane matters, ot who loves animals, Commlttoo Mooting. relatlvc3 near tory will observe not only the regular- rollton, is visiting on Monday, March I, 1897, between reasonably expectded to, secure that we will send free, upon application, a . Every member of the County Comity of the recurrence, but tho opera- here of the "ALLIANCtJ," the organ mittee is hereby urge 1 to be present hours of 10 o'clock a ni. and 4 o'clock price very soon. Silver is quoted in On the account ot tho ice the boats tion of the same antecedent condition at their respective precinct conven- p. in. at the Court House door in New York yesteday at 65 66 cents ot this Society. In addition to its and compelling causes. It has al- aro not running. ga interesting reading, it tions on the 3 111 lust and to be pies-- , Hartford.' Ohio county, Ky., expose per ounce; Mexican dollars at $oi f R, I. iliin.4H. Mr. M. P. Kimbley returned from ways quibbled and pettifogged to AND . '. list of the valuable and nu Clerks r J ' cnt nt the county convention here on to public sale ' to the highest bidder cents blJ. St4 cents asked. It seems win; always been ,ready to saenfico Evaosville Monday. l.T. O. BAKER. slipped" somewhere sual premiums givan by the papcrr'"1 the 15th inst for purpose of attending for cash iu Jiand the following propthat a 'cog-hato any business that deiusu.ls their erty,, (or so much thereof as may be in that free silver machinery that Is principle for votes, and tho cud of it Address attention, keep .the prices of wheat TlIK NATKtttAif HUHANU ALLIANCE, supposed has always been practical dieintergal-tio- n llaj-a- , Vim lor Itie , 1 W. A. Chm'nlOhlo Co necessary to satisfy amount of tax and silverto at parity. Who Is he the first initial' letlerftf and collapse from incompatible 4!0 4liUnltedChanticAUulldiiig,N.Y JKO. P Morton; Scc'y. J Rep Com and costs) THE FARM, nOO AND FIRESIDE B0LiTax & cost Acres Name' ty of the discordant elements, and his name is the Initial letter- - ol one 7 8t or Nnle A happy, ptoaperous community'! ' "To the victors belong the spoils," Brown then a new departure. That was the of God's prophets who fled from fjie 3 $i 19 A scholarship fn the Lexlnpton the must delightful part ot tbeSate. but are newapiptM men often . . . 3 19 Business College. A scholarship in I 'janies'M 3 story of its fatal weakness before wmth ot a vile and sinfnl woman' counted among the victor?? Itatoa and Terms Send forcopy of ' ' 50 Y, and the second initial letter Is the in. I Carter Lo.il notices too per line first In The 5 33 Bryant and StrattonBuattiesf College, jit.Orn raavria,ria ' aggression, which end- . . 85 4 Husk, yr J Callod to Ohio County. ed iu such disaster. Since that tirao itial letter of God's serv.tnt who was, Aocholrashlp In King's Commercial settion and 5c each subsequent inservery poor and greatly nfillcted. snd The Rev D. Whlttlnghill lelt Suo-da- y Mat!ocle"VitJ 16 . ' "450 College. A scholarship in Kenyon tion. Large contracts special rates. the party has coddled every folly in Calls on candidates and political I College. the third letter Is the Initial letter is in Answer to a telegram, calling Montgomery, T G loo . . . . 809 fiaance, from flat money to frco silHERNANDO COUHTV, Apply and we will save matter 10c per line. the initial letter of one of God's hint to Ohio county to ste a brother, Shepherd. R D 100 . . . U39 UftoopmLUt, Hrrnando, Horsr,, , ver; has cultivated tho favor of every you big money, prophets who viewed the beauties of whoissupposetltobe'lyiug at the Tooleir, 'Sttsanali ". . . 6 40 .,., crauk who had a constituency or a God's Uaretage on the earth renowned point of death. fAfadlaiivl'.le Winter Health Resort. The.place . Ilusts Bishop, Thompson 53 i . . , . 4 6 Rheumatism ts caused by lactic add hobby; has, in short, baited its hooks for his faithful serwntd. nnd the Jen " frrapy who are affected wlthJMt!nio. Richanls9tt1TJ 37 541 in the blood. Hood's Sarsanarilla and spread its nets for every sort of three initial letters make the name ol aary. lung throat or chest ttitubles. Growb'arger. W Jt 40 . .. , . . 4 88 neutralizes lbs odd and cure rheu ! JI.MJU, Write for booVUt! also for list cfvaU of political fish that swims, from jel- o HnU inJ . . . 541 . , ) (table lauds and homes or 'fKrttlersf autism. GMnl, Mlllo r.uV. J. W. ftrler, Thomas, Win W In its hunger for are Initial letters ot a nice young ly fob to shark. ' . . . . McDanlel, Lindsay Otmw, and Tntt-Vit-- taiitVy ami was b.irjed etule4 a4 all Ft- - land jrowjug corn tobacco, sugar1' at office and eagerness for votes it man who ia corresponding roi-A'- t with trie- for both 1895 and '1896, . $jo 55 . cane, manges jind all fruits oats, jrtc.4 atisinaii w,,"k Cemetery..! uwhy. du arnem sbrauk from sacrifice, refused no conPronely at remarKsory low prices.-,- , aq ww uti The most desirnblejresidence In town Kni'Unucur from Render. fowtOTs for- 1896 rtrtoti frtftt J. W ATKINS Lkk, f .. May Gl bless I Sohnnl ejojed at tbt,s place weok cession, but was ready to profons any- - Answer on paper. James, MnvS J 1 lot . . ,' . , $i so For particular see S. K. Cox, S tJ mod am, BrooksvlU, 9U, . ,. W oC If M pHf (UOU. 'UwVrtdiM till !! a UfMctirW. Rwt'iii.ic.vx nnd jfbe tilcVouurr 'or wt. Tlnsley. ML' 489 Jctrn. Our ttft . I A Pulton a.sd Ym Qfyhll u , , , , 4 84 , Rev. SamJP 'Jtmti .,wll lecture at I cost iyuirv LfcaIsles ttObtAl 1'iIhH." sat4 1 Baker, Jesse. I J Mm in U S. amA AuMtatMT Tmaf&smsniiMzanmm man. uaaS1 ua Boat uuntj nniKt All tut 1119. CM utM M'P News nnd cvindlftates an roe and 111 went t Owjrli rn a lew ti.ijs tinea Vaughu,G W Adm'r't lot'. . . 5 13 Sebiee. Ky , ou February 16 Several Wanted-- An Idea hi1 I'oum Syrup. Tuictuuud. IlaM r in tliue. Solil by drugyuu. JH a few days the conpyvtil be full with their tobacco; Hull, J j r for yers 1835 9 $o.7S of cur' citizens ore ' talking flbont goZ2L??tf Op. Fatint Orrier. wahimyoib. b. e. C. P. KEOWN. Sheriff. ing An oji Ho in Dims R'V.J. V Nolsiq Ii holding u p'o. Messrs. Floid -- I Miss Ltllio Barnard is visiting her Rough flvei'. , lister Mrs. Annio L. Joygo of Bremen. Deo Luce, Hartford, was in this Mr. F, M Allen roturnod Friday neighborhood this week. from EvansvWe. Rov. W. D Cox is with his many MTltUlki"tha MM H Miss Atlco Rowo returned Sunday ' friends here this this week. fe lotrlntlo valno of from a visit to her grandfather, Mr. Hood'iBamptrllla. IV Mr, John Dodson and Miss Myrtle Rowe of Mineral Sprngr, Merit tn medicine moms the power to Ambroso were married at Marvin's Goo. Mrs. JakoEverly and little daughcut. Hood's Barsaparllla pceessa actual Chapel Wednesday night. Tho atter Grace, are visiting relatives at and unequalled enrattve power and theretendants wero Vivian Ferguson and for it has true inerlt. When jrou boy Hood's Sanapaillla, and take It according Miss Floy Duko, A. A. Carter and West Mr. II. F. Addiugton loft Monday to direction, to purify roar blood, or Miss Ora Duko. Rov. Rowland per cure any of tba many blood dleaees,you to attend school at Beaver Dam. formed tho ceremony, PoW Buy. ar morally certain to receive benefit. Mr. M. D. Maddnx is going to The power to euro Is there. You are not InlM-ra- t Ol To Trnehtra. sohoal at South Carrollton. trying an experiment. It will make your Superintendend of Public InstrucSeveral near this place, havo meas blood pore, rich and nourishing-- , and thus tion W.J. Davidson, has decided a los. drive ont the norma of dlncase, itrengthen Lora point of Interest to teachers The questbo nerves and build up tho whole syttem. Notwithstanding all the efforts that tion was referred tolilm on front Fayette county, where trustees Senanor Jones, ol Arkansas, nnd his had employed teachers by the cal. National Committee could make in endar month He says that under the h la behalf the free sliver Democrats, statute, twenty school days, and not Populists ol Idaho turned down Sent all the school days in a calendar ator Fred Dubois who bolted the ReJi tbo best, In fact the One Tree Blood PorUcr. month constitute a school month, publican convention at St Louis, and Prepared only by C, I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mast. and that teachers should be employed elected a Itee sliver Democratic Popu or liRa&JSg, see. list The Popocrats seem to have lit- Hood's Pills and payed accordingly. tle use for lrec silver Repubticnns Arm or Prrnlilenla. Bocoivod , President-ele- ct They did in Washington as thev did McKinley was 54 clover seed, too in Idaho, beat all the free silver Re75 bushels years old Ftiday, January 39, and is grass and timothy seed and lots of publican candidates and elected a consequently somewhat younger than seed oats that will be sold at lowest Populist free silver Democrats. the average of Presidents at the time am cash prices. Big stock of Oliver of their inauguration Fourteen were Tronble Iu 3felan. Chilledplows and repairs. Two car Owensboro, Ky., Jan. 28 Word older than he is and nine younger loads ot furniture, chairs, cookstoves, comes from McLean county that the William Henry Harrison was 63, etc. etc, just coming In. Watch for fusion agreement has resulted in Buchanan 65, Taylor 64, John Adams our spring advertisement. Something trouble. Bytherecentdeal the popu- and Jackson At, Washington, Jefferls,rGuine to drop." lists got the nomination for County son, Madison nnd Monroe, the VirYours for trade, Judge, but Judge Ltndrura, who has ginia Presidents and John Quincy held the office as a Democrat for Adams, each 57, Johnson 56, Benja-nilHarrison 55 Van Buren, Hays PtEASANT RlDQrt, KY. twelve years, objects to be lug side tracked. He will announce as an inde- and McKInley 5, Lincoln 52, Tyler rfqnlrc Ellington. his 51, Fillmore and Arthur, the New Squire Ellington, of West Liberty, pendent Others may follow York Presidents, each 50, Polk nnd course. Ky.. deserve honorable mention, nnd Garfield 49, Pierce 48, Cleveland 47 he Is going to get It right here. Notlco. and Grant 45 Squire Ellngton Isahearty youngster Whereas it has been reported that I It will be noticed that beginning of eighty, whose spechly seems to be was not qualified to fill the office of nephew.butheis not without other Assesson, and L submit the following with Lincoln the Presidents have been much younger than In antemale relative, and evidently he brings letter from Assessor N C Daniel, bellum days, Johnson at 56 and Harthem ail up In the way they should which explains my qualification. rison at 55 being the only ones older go. At the last election Squire J. G Wilson. than McKInley Ellington sent to the polls one Jan. 19. '97. Polk Is the only one of the Presi brother, thitty one cousins and Mr. J. B Wilson. Dear Sir: This dents who ever referred to his age in seventy five nephews, and the whole is to certify that the work you did for his inaugural, expressing "apprehen- collection, as well as the squire me In 1895 as Deputy Assessor come sion lest one so much younger and himself, voted for McKInley and t. up all right and entirely satisfactory. j poorly endowed as himself should not So Squire Ellington furnished Yours Truly, have the ability to dlscharge'the da 108 votes against repudiation. He N. C. Daniel ties of the exalted station that bad will be unjust to himself and to the been possessed by the more aged nnd of us if he consents to live less A SCOUflGE OP LA. GRIPPE rest experienced statesmen that had prethan 108 years. He is a man. Ex. ceded him." Is Raging Everywhere, DeA new book, "knitting and croThere were five ex Presidents llv traded meeting on tho North stdo of NMA1.I. HOWIE. ' Merit l'O I I ATTENTION REPUBLICANS. to Nominate Ox C'onmjr Convention dltlalM tar t'onntr Oineera ta Called to Heel nt llnrilor, ltenilay, Tab. 18, iat7 I'HKCINCT O CONVK.tl'lOV TKB.' IS, Hood's Sarsaparilla Jones Morehead, ne At a meeting of tho Republican Committee ofOhiooounty hold in Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, I)or. '28th, 1800, it waa ordered that the Republican voters of Ohio county bs called to meet in Convention at the Court Houso in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Fob. 15, 1807, at 10:30 o'clock a. rn. to nominato candidates (or the various county and Justices district offices foboclocted Nov. J, 1897, It was also ordurcd that tbo Republican voten of Ohio county be called to meet at tholr rcspeotivo voting precincts on Saturday, Feb. 13,1607, at 1:30 o'olock p, in. to select dele gates to represent and cast tho vote of their precincts in the aforesaid County and Justices district conventions. It was furthermore ordered tbat the bails of representation allotted each precinct In said County and Justices Conventions shall bo one vote for overy 25 and fraction over 12 cast by said precinct forSamuol Kash, tho first named Republican on tho ticket voted ftr at the election Novembers, 1890. provided that bo precinct bo deprived oi having at least two delegates and votes. This will allow precincts to namo delegates as follows: East Hartford , West Hsrtlord s lituft t 5 Sulphur Springs . , c Magan 6i ... ..J .,.,, ... .o , v ..... ....';. ..... .... J Ho-bar- ... ..'.. .3 J Oil-Ma- -- to-da- 1 annual-pre-mlu- 1 a nd a na first-clas- , V Pe-ru-- AUSTIN Hill " 4 Sent Free! Louisville, Ky. cii-p- f 1 con-taiu- Gin-ON- floridaIpreeR.R.Far. l!W-Brow- n Blavo-holdiii- g . 3. ... 1 ' F LO R!DA. , , ' lrklitn.litl ..- ! tf ip , 'mm w.-wIII A AAwMmm sa&s'vtviA4 1 , I bo-t- 'SSAlSSWSSSi 10, ?"..,., 1 C m 0.A.8N0W400. i . I "vJte v i s.t sVVVWVVVVVVVVVVVV u7VTtaWam2&JV jmmMmi r 0- - t i HP--, r vm- 1 " Can you uso tho following goods at prices that "-Fair Visit Hartford and trade Bros & Co Goodp.ilrot blanktta with Fair DR. PENDLETON Hartford Loses One of Her Best Citizens. He Was an Able Surgeon and a' Companion- f; swst ftK Awarded Honors World' 590 at Fair Bros. They nrj & Co, Bros & Co's 75c undetwear Bios. & Co's. Da Fair. rr Courtly Jni'c". We are authorized to announce J A PARK 3snar OTJTsro3Ei2MLiiiTsr'x& We are minimized ' for .filer W 11 now 49' at Fair arc quoting. Biiug jour eggs and leathers to Carson & Co. You can buy a Carson & Co's. WCfj KEAltl o I) un, ' ntf l 1 theactlon Republican party. We are authorized to announce We XpTVu 1 actiMi Jai'tr BARGAINS And can't last long. fij cloak for $5 t c per yard at 6 spools 35c 30 pieces calico at 3 'Pair Bros. & Co's: able Gentleman. DIED SUNDAY AT 10:30 A. M. COME AT ONCE. sold for 75c. now 59c. 6 dozen French woven corsots, sold for 50c ' Clark U. N. T. thread at Fair Bros. & Co's. All cloaks go regardless I lot of bod comforts now39cts. , Dr, John Edward Pendleton, the leading physician of Western Ken A good pair of mens boots for St tucky, and probably the most public at Fair Broi & Co's. spirited and accomplished man of this to the ground hog county, died at his residence in Hart According prophet winter is now a thing ol the ford, Ky., after a long and painful nt 10:30 o'clock a. m. last Sun past. of cost at Fair Bros &Cos. s, braid sold for One lot of colored rick-rac- k ,20c per bunch, now 5c. One lot children gossamers sold for 81.00 now 25c. 6Q ,doz. ladies bordered hemstitched :' were 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 $3, now $2. 1 lot overcoats sold for 3.50 now $2.50. 1 lot Beaver overcoats sold for $5, 7, 8.50 now $3.50, 4.75 and 6.00. L lot ladio3 Jackets sold for $5 now $3.75. New lino men shoes $1, 1.25 and 1.50. hand-crchie- fs . , J '."We will sell you goods for the-ne60 days at prices that will cause you to xt wonder how we can do it. Come to Hartford where you can get what you want. We play second "Fiddle" to no one. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHIONS FAIR , " i BROS, Bara.lt. & CO., Tho Boat Disaster. We have a lovely Oxsblood shoe for The life and history of Dr. Pendlea lady. Send for a pair and try ton is a complete and most beautiful them. Carson & Co. object lesson; he was born In Washs 10 overcoats left at Fair Bros. & Ington county, Ky., on Sept. 1st, Co's former price $3.50 to $10.00 now 1830, he had no brothers and but one sister, who, together with himself to?5- were left orphans when small chil6 last j ear style cloaka last year dren. Major Edward Berry, an old $8.50 to $10 00 your choice $2.49 at Revolutionary soldier and widower, Pair Bros & Co's. and their maternal grandfather, took The newest thing in ladies Shoes Is the children to his farm in Washingan Ask Carson oCo., to ton county after the loss ol their parshow them to you, ents: where the three, lived together; Mr. Thos. Small, who has been he gave them such comforts and eduw teaching at Victory, left today for his cation as his large and busy farming interests and the ordinary country home in Indiana. schools of the day would admit. W. II, Mauzy, who has been st Mr. At about nine years of age Dr. Dixon, Ky., for the past two weeks, Pendleton removed to Hartford, where has returned home. he attended, for several terms, the Bring us your butter and eggs. once famous school of Mr.Prank Grlf. fin, and afterwards when only a boy We pay the highest market prices. he returned to his uncle's farm, and Pate Bros. assisted him in his large farming We expect one case of Calico, good in this; that, he actes as stout goods 2,400 yards to sell at 4 operations his financial agent, and conducted cents. Carson & Co. his trading operations with buying, Now is the time to buy a new suit, selling and carrying horse ), mnlea as we are anxlons to reduce our stock. and other live stock from Kentucky Carson & Co. South, where he disposed of them to We still have a few pair of Ander- cotton and sugar planters. The writer of this article has frer son's Shoes that we will quently heard Dr. Pendleton tell most close out at $1.00. Carson & Co. thrilling and interesting stories of Remember we have everything kept his history and experience while goin a first class Grocery store. ing South in the days ol John Murrell Path Bros. and other highwaymen, and about We are offering some big bargains the great and burdensome load his gold and silver returns would bear in odds and ends to close them out. " down and tire his youthiul, but won Carson & Co. We are under many obligations to derful, strong and manly body, as Mr. C A. "Wilson, of Roslnc, for a well as the anxiety he bad for the copy of Tub RurunucAN of February safety of his uncle's treasure. Dr. Pendleton decended from a long ar, 1896, which we advertised for last line of surgeons and physicians ol week. $-Ware-foreye- day. 3P:rot:riet;0:rs, Roberta Defeada h-- O Lexington, Ky , Feb. i Chairman Sam Robert, of the Republican Campaign Cotnmittic, gives out the tallowing authorized interview to sight, which is self explanatory: "My attention has just ben called to a paragraph In a recent issue of the Courier-Journwhich intimated that friends of Dr Hunter, intead to prefer charges against seeral members of the Republican State Central Commttiee at the next State Convention upon the ground that they forked against the rominees of the party at the last election. In this category U included Cbalrmtin C M, Harnett; who is charged with seeking the defeat ol ,T Pranks in th"e al, " "Idon.lt believe any friend of Dr Hunter.ofun'y reputable Republican' ,ever uttered, ucb. a sentiment, and nucb "suggestion must have come fromjsomc marplot or tnlschlet mik er, bent on stirring np factional strUe. 'Chairman Bawett early tendered his services to the Campaign Committee, and at his owjt expewefisade speeches in several coUnticaonttie Secondhand Fourth districts, I am sure t?.TJaruett gave Mr. Franks as loyaltsu'pport a- - was possible, f.hftt they lived in different dlstrita, ind t fiave reason to believe same view. Mr. Franks 'limy never heard Dr. Hunter or any oilier Republican question the loyalty,of .Chalrmaa Harnett to the o party.br its nominees in the late 2 cam-palg- u ." which we propose to sell cheap for cash or produce. So give us a call. We can sell you a full size Bedstead We will quote you, rock bottom prices . at $1 35, also one good Wardrobe for on everything and insure you to be 1 fi- $7 50, one Bedroom suit lor $15 00. well pleased before leaving the house. Ton Cnn Be Well When your blood is pure, rich and Everything else in proportion. Reap'y. Patb Bros. nourishing lor tiervea'and muscles. Cahson 8c Co. The young ladies of Hattfurd gave The. bI,ood, is the vital fluid, and when a" "lunch party" at the Hartford it Is. poor, thin and impure you must House last Friday evening. Those suffer from some distressing either prerent weie Misj Corinne Cox, dfseAseSrotfwilleaslly fall n victim Edna Griffin, Mattie Sanderlur, Ida tosttdden changes exposure, or over- Render, Josle Black, Jessie and Annie worr. Keep 'your blood pure with AllenMissHoward.Owensb'iptMessrs. Hood's Barsiparilla and be welt. Chas. Rogers, Arthur Haskell, Amos r " ' JF " Carson, Jas. Sanderlur, R D. Walker, JIood.B Pills are (he best aftewlin One-thir- d Bee Heavrln, Wayne Grlfliu, Z H. ner pill, assist digestion, cure hcad- of all the children 'ft-- f cuts'. die before they are five years Shulta, T. L. Anderson and Mr. old. Most of them die of some Stewart t wasting- disease. They irow - " lUtlOX, Improvomonta. Ttry slowly 1 keep thin iu flesh 1 ctjlev. A J Williams preached at Hartford with her clack water are frdfuft food does not do this place Saturday night and Sun hat made onward strides to them much good. You can't tlay. His discourse Satunlay night say they have any disease, yet perpetual improvements along bual- -t was onCoftnfl test we haveheard for they never prosper. A slight Hess linca. We will soon have a" tele years, The subject was, "The Writ cola, or some stomach and graph lino run Into Hartford, sod frig on W Wall." bowel tootle takes them away with the opouing oi spring 'f7mmaa (? Misses Sophia and Magg'e Dav S&TTS EMULSION of Bros , will ljulid n h.atyome Iwo.stor Tdson'-v,Hlug their brother, D, Cod-livOH with Hypophos-phlt- es brick building on the corner where l,, Davidson, in Loniavllle. Is )ust the remedy for their grooery is pow located, and early of Liberty, ats Mr Hob Barnard, iu unit month two oi our best busrrowlnv children. It nukes tended the meeting here Sunday int-men will open up a large dry hard fksht sound flesh not M$a Utile Stevens Is staging with flabby fat, It makes goods and nothing store la Hartford, -' any reputable kan'ijveTfluggested the possibility of chargesbeing-fileagainst him or any oCherjuembera of the State cea tralCsifimlttee " 11 and Idoubt Several of Hartford merchants lost considerable freight by the sinking of the Sseamer Feanklshaw last week. Capt Server writes that A. D. White, Gross Williams, Thomas Bros. Will fams & Bell and Pate Bros, have goods on the barge, which was saved. Among those who bad goods on the boat besides the above mentioned gentlemen, were Z Wayne Gtiffiu & Bro Carfon & Co., Fair Bros. & Co., R. T Collins, Henry Nail, George Klein The following letter from Capt. Server at Evansvllls, to Judge J. F. Carson explains the whole situation: Bvansvltle, Ind., Jan. 31, 1897 .Dear Sir: No doubt you have heard ere this the full particulars of the jrsinking of the Str. Feanklshaw and alt that part oi the cargo which was on the steamer. The baige and its cargo will jn all probability be saved as it it as securely fastened as posible about 4 miles below this city, and we are using every effort to save the cars go, but the barge is so far from the bank and the ice not strong enough to bear the weight of the freight, It is extremely haztrdous to undertake to remove the freight from it. We will do the very best we can tosac the barges cargo. We are making "arrangements for another boat to start as soon as the iiVer opens. t Sebree rnerch'atits will Ms the heaviest loosers II not insured. We hope the Hartford freight was insured. I will he in Hartford one day this week. I send you a list bf the freight for Hartford that is on the barge. VeryEesp'y, Virginia stock, and it Is not unnat-ui- al The following named persons have that he gave up the occupation paid their subscription to Tjie ol tradesman, upon the death ol his since our last issue: II unole, and before he waS scarcely B.Taylor, J. H. Scott, PrentIs;"J-W- . grown, to pursue his instinctive taste Bear, Taffe. for medicine and science. After read Wm. Garland, infant son ol Mi, and ing medicine for several years he Mrs. J. W. Carter, of the Concord graduated with (he title of M. D. neighborhood, died ol from the LouisvilteTJniversity, which Monday whoopingfough. The remains were was, at that time, regarded as one oi the most thorough institutions of the interred Cemetery Tues sort in this country. The chairs of day. the institution, were all filled with N. Smith, of near Beaver such men as Drs Mott, Wood, and Dam, "led Saturday night. He was the World Famous Surgeon. Samuel 64 years of age and leaves a large D Grow, Kls friend, whom he alter, family. The remains were interred wards followed to Philadelphia and in the Liberty burying grounds Montook a Post Graduate course at JefferMr.-Ge- day. Mr. J. W. Lewis, of Rosine, died at his home Wednesday morning of a carbuncle. He Vvas an old and highly respected gentleman, and lived in Hartford for several years. He leaver a family and a large circle oi friends. Mr. Cate Forman, through his attorneys, Messrs. K. P. Neal and C, M. Barnett, has filled suit against Webster Cate and his wile Elita A. Catc for $10,000 for scalding him at Sulphur Springs on the night of January 5th. Mr. L. F. Cond'ct has accepted a position in the Ohio County Bank. He )s acting as Cashier and is a clev' er, painstaking and accommodating gentleman.and is quite an addition to that popuiar financial institution. Capt. Cox has been sick for the past three weeks and has not hardly been able to attend to business. . We have just received a boat load of first class Flour, also a complete line of Groceries, Tinware, etc, all ol Skrvbr Bros. son College. Dr. PenAt the rtge of twenty-fiv- e dleton was marrie to Miss Margaret Nail, the daughter of John G. Nail, of Hartford, Ky. To them were born five children Mrs. Gray, of Kansas, Mrs Taylor, ol Hartford, Charles M. Pendleton, of Cincinnati, John Ed Pendleton, Jr., of Kansas, and Dr. E. B. Pendleton, of Hartford. While these children were infants, and scarcely more than able to lisp his name around the fireside; the cause of the Rebellion so stirred the patriotism of Dr. Pendleton, that after making the best provisions he could for the maintenance of his young family, he recruited a.company here, and stattcd out to share the hard of the Confederacy as a fortunes as soldier, with a commission Captain, but he was not long in the service until the Comnianders of the Confederacy saw that his greatest services could be rendered as surgeon and physician for the alleviation ol the sick and wounded belonging to the caube; therefore, he was almost at once, promoted to the office ol chief surgeon of that famous Orphan Brigade, which has bincebeen written in history ns the most gallant and accomplished military band of men known to its annals. This honor was conferred upon him at about the Republican party. Republican pailj. We are authorized to announce Wo aie authored to nnncunce THOS H. BLACK C. L.WOODWARD As a candidate for Judge ot the Ohio As a candidate lor le election to the County Court, subject to the action office ol Jailer ol Ohioenurity.f-utijtc- t to the action ol the Republican patty. of the Republican patty. MOST PERFECT MADE. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce A r Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free S G RHOADB R. R. WEDDING fron Ammonia, Alum or any olhir adulterant As a candidate for ludgc oi the Ohio As a candidate lor the office ol Jailer 40 YEARS THB STANDARD. County Court, subject to the action of Ohio county, subject to the actltn of the Republican patty. wa to start him into Hie as a free, of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce man, and one for htmtelf to begin We are authorized to announce ' V. M. HAVEN BRUNO FREY anr-the practice of medicine as a candidate for Jailer of Ohio civilian at Hartford, where he has As a candidate for county Judge, of As c,ounty., 8ubJect ,0 the acl,on ot ,he ever since resided, and blest his Ohio county, subject to the action of Republican party. the Republican party. community with, not only his ve are authorised to announce wonderful medical skill, but with the For County Attorney. r nvn pnnt good citizenship that has, at alt We are authorized to announce As a candidate for Jallerof Ohio countlnie), pluccdhlm foremost in matters E. P. NEAL ty, subject to the action oi the Re- As a candidate for re election to the oubllcan nar tv. of charity and public improvements. In 1869 his wife died: alterwards he office of County Attorney of Ohio We are authorized to announce county, subject to the action ol the married Miss Ida Nail, and to this Republican party precinct convenR. F COPPAGE As a candidate for Jaiterol Ohio coununi .1 were born two children, Tula, tion, Saturday, Feb 13, 1897 ty, subject to the actiouol the Repub now Mrs. Cummins, of Memphis, and We are authorized to announce lican party. Ion who died an infant. M. L. HEAVRIN The concourse of sorrowing friends As a candidate for Connty Attorney We are authorized to announce SYLVESTER WHITE of every degree and station that of Ohio ccunty, subject to the action As a candidate for Jallerof Ohio counDr. Pendleton to his last rest of the Republican party. ty, subject to the action of the Repub ing place stoutly attested the warm lican party, for Connly Cierh. - he had in the public heart. placWe are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce While his services as a citizen, friend D. M. HOCKER OSCAR MIDKIFF and physician were always in demand As a candidate for to the As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio coun- of Clerk of the Ohio County tv. subiect to the action of the Rennb. and made his life a busy one, no office object ofcharity was ever turned away Court, subject to the action of the lican party. Republican party. . from him without relief; it mattered We are authorized to announce w t TiATTyurT not whether they wished his services M. S. RAGLAND . t,- - m- nrnin.-- . n or Lis money they were always cared As a .candidate for Clerk of Ohio for the ktndestandgcntlest manner County Court, subject to the action of of Jailer,' of Ohio connty. subject to th ncti(;n 0, the party, known to humanity. It is indeed the Republican party. vvc arc uuiuorizcu 10 announce inconceivable that so many acts of We are authorized to announce n ., WTrrTQ mamy goodness and greatness could JNO. W, TICHENOR . a canniaaie lor jaiieroi-- unio .. t.ii v.r. have been Crowded into one life. And a. nty. subject to the action of the wit all that, Dr. Pendleton was never 'County Court, subiect to the action opuoncan party. too busy to stop to giveany intelligent ,ci the Republican party. we are authorized to announce account of current matters of public T I'orClrenit Clerk. WArTf Interest, of science, politics and latest We are authorized to announce . T.ti literature. He loved nature and ,. F. LEONARD SANDERFUR tv. Rithierf n sympathized with every thing. as a candidate for the office of Circuit lican party. While returning home from long and Fnr Asaeenor. of the Republican party. tiresome visits to distant patients to the fiction We are authorized to announce I am a candidate for the office ot gTavely stricken with diseases, or B. P. PETTY Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio Countv. where had he exerted such subject to the action of the Re As a candidate for the office of Asses- strength, care and labor in a surgical publican party and respectfully so-- sor of Ohio county, subject to the so ,tion of the Republican party. ope ition as would have exhausted licit your support, Your truly, SAU A. ANDKHSON. the average man, he was never too We ate authorized to announce tired to stop by the road side to re G. D. ROYAL For MKl.lrale. lieve a sufferer of any kind; he would As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio We are authorized to announce stop to bandage the leg or wing ol a county, subject t6 the action of the W TT nAVTQ crippled bird, to adopt a wandering " As a candidate for Marrlstratc of the kittt.it. or to give an anaesthetic or Rosine Magisterial District, subjectto We are authorized to announce nar otic to any suffering dumb brute the action of the Republican party. J. G. WILSON in the wake of his travels, and then We are authorized to announce As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio county, subjectto the action of the upon reaching home his thirst for JONTB WILSON scientific investigation and literature As a candidate for to the wo-- 'J invariably Interfere with his office ( Magistrate In the Cromwell We are authorized to announce Magisterial District, subiect to the slei n until he had fed upon all means ts TtTfnnrrM of uiprovement that had been fur- action ol the Rubllcan party. A ft for As5essor o OWo county, snblect to the action of the nished to his household during the We are authorized to announce Republican party. THOS F. JOHNSTON day. His skilled hand and cunning fing- As a a candidate for Magistrate of the We are authorized to announce Hartford Magisterial District, subject y p. SANDERFUR ers did not only turn with scientllic ,. n, nMn fnr precision the siirgeon'd knife, but at to the action of the Republican party. Aq county, subject to the action of the times would turn to poetry in such We are authorized to announce Kepubucarf party. JOHN M. GRAHAM rhyvhmetical and musical verses as As a candidate for Magistrate in the wonld havo caused a less modest tforBelieoI Superintendent, Fordsville Magisterial District, sub- master to claim the title pf poet. Cerjecttothe action of the Republican We are authorized to announce tainly so good and gifted a man as party. FON ROGERS dear Doctor Pendleton rests well. We are authorized to announce As a candidate for School Superin- tendent of Ohio county, subject to the attpm CHRISTOPHER action of the Republican party. The I'nmllilnlrs. a candidate for Magistrate in the T'ie candidates to be voted for next As Hartford Magisterial District, subject We are authorized io announce Saturday for each office are as fol- to the action of the Republican party. R. C JARNAGIN lows: Mr. Allen, if nominated and elected, As a candidate for Superintendent of Circuit Clerk F. Leonard Sande-fu- r, promises to hold his reSular terms of Common Schools ol Ohio county, court at Sulphur Spriugs, as has been subject to the action of theRepublia-th- e Sam A. Anderson. custom for several years. an party. County Judge J. A. Park, A. S. We are authorized to announce Au.l, C, L. Woodward, R. R Wed- JNO. M. .HUDSON We are authorized to announce dim;, F. M. Haven. As a candidate for Magistrate in the cjamt County Clerk D. M Hocker, M. m7 Sheriff of Ohio S.JRagland, Jno. W- -. Tichenor. to the action of the Republican party, As a countyi sobject to the action of the Connty Attorney E. P. Neal, M. We are authorized to annonnce Republican party. L. Heavrin. I C STEVENS Sheriff Sam T. Barnett, R. If. Aa a candidate lor Magistrate iu the We are B M ARJ, Hertford Magisterial District, subject Martin, S. T. Stevens. candidate for Sheriff of Ohio to the actioano! the Republican patty As School Superintendent Fob Rog tuui(ljr, OUl'jtl.1 iu iuk uv;iiuu Ul iuc We are authorized to announce era, R. C Jarnagin. Republican party. M. SHULTZ J dler Jno. D. JNO. Finley, R. T. We are authorized to announce Tweeddell, Thos. H. Black, S. G. As a candidate for Magistrate in the S. T STEVENS Rboads, Bruno Prey, Loyd Poole, R. Hartford Magisterial District, subject As a candidate for Sheriff Ohio to the action of the Republican party. P. Coppage, Sylvester White, Oscar county, subject to the actio the ForConstttble. Midkiff, W. M. Baltzwell, O. P. WU-liRepublican party. We are authorized to announce v I. M, Wade. For Surveyor. JAMES B. DENNIS Assessor B. P. Petty, G. D. RoyWe are authorized to announce al, J G.Wilson, E. Hedden, W. F. As a cancidate for Constable in the NATHANIEL MOXLEY Cromwell Magisterial - District, sub' A a ja 11 n t& lva. ffAtat C! amam Sandefur. jecttothe action of the Republican 6u0 subject To the action fcurvcyor N. Moxley. "" ottne Republican party. Corouer L W. Hunt, Fnr Coroner. And the magistrates and constables. For itrnreeeulailve. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce L. W. HUNT R. A. BYERS Heart Trouble Quickly Cortd. As a candidate for Coroner of Ohio As a candidate for Representative Coavtncru-- c Testimonial. county, subject to the action ol the frow 0hlo county, subject to the ac A Republican party. tlon of the Republican party. v BAKING SNWDffi AsacandldateforJudgeofOhlocoun- - As a candidate for m ti ol Ohio tyCotrt, subject to the action of the county, subject to the acthn ol the ie ,BlllM1M , nrrrwn KT1VII ,.., .jm.i. r 1 L 1 . ...ju.i. -- .. ..;... jt,i... ru p.,,. ' ,,,, hadniitt ""T0'6 s, 3. 1 age Dr. Pendleton's bright mind so attracted the Cbmmanderof the Confederate cause that he was from this station promoted to a still higher medical position called the Medical Board ol Appeals for the Confederate Army; this board consisted of five members, Dr Pendleton, Dr? Yandell, ot Louisville; Dr. Eustls, ot Georgia; some Doctor from Mississippi, and another This Doctor from New Orleans. board was what might be called the Supreme Court of matters touching medicine atid surgery iu the Coufed-a- te army; and, notwithstanding, Dr, Pendleton was the Junior member of this board, his friend, Dr Yandell, of Louisville, hai.beeq heard tosay,trjat he was the bilghtest and ablest mem- -, ber of it been 'been ' Growing Children - acl. , nav-igatl- Hiss Euj. Kcan. Tor It yean t lulered frorohftart trouble. During- that time I u treU4 by f a er different phyalclaa. All ot them I could not U evnd. I wm eUlzued fltU f reUjr troubled pain ahortoeM ot breath, In the tide. If Ibft-eani-s palpitation and excited, or exerted myaelt In the leut, the p!n lu piy aide became TeryeeTeie.. At tliBi It aeemed aa tho Jgh ruoilM twremoot), Sometime la the of Norember lait, I commenced taking- in tbt Telephone Line Mr. W, J. Jones, writing from Pleasant Ridge to The Ritubucan says: "Itwlll soon be Hello" Owensbo. ro, I received Cumberland and Telephone Co's. proposition to build today and have accepted same, cannot Hartford get a hustle on and have it taken on through." Yes, what is the matter with Hartford, why not have the Cumberland Telephone Company to extend the line on to Hartford. Surely if Pleasant Ridge can afford such Hartford can and should take hold of the matter at once. We need it and by all means It should be built. Let our citizens take hold of the matter and urge the building of the line. II Will HurprUe Ton. On lecelpt ol ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous sample will be mailed of the most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure (Ely'a Cream Bam) sufficient to demonstrate its great merit, Full size 50c. ELY BROTHEKS. 56 Warren St., New York City. Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured me of catarrh when everything acquaintances else failed. Mauy have used it with excellent results, Alfred W. Stevens, Caldwell, Ohio, her grandmother, Mra- C. H Stevens, .who; la,!ck, " DIedf at ljls home near Liberty of - sft k gBtjiB war J W Warl dltetfre Satunlay night, Mr. Gao Smith aged, about 64 years, and leaver a. wile and a large family to mourn his loss. 8 B. T. Attorney J, fort this wfttk. Fogle was in Frank, strong; bones, healthy nerves, changes poor chlldrea (0 children rkh k prosperity, for tk adctaf, mktituk for Scotfr &ni for the eUUrca what w ita will do EmuUoa will . G knov ScoH'i Rook aWut k sjer-N-o wnicn iiuiou r wur wwa After the fortunes ot war bad declared agalnst'the;CStifederacy, h(g ,ast professional services had iy won given to nU crippled, maimed - DR. imLES HEART CURE and and bt t4a sjuu1a SIM, Forwle by afl druM SCOTT SOWMB, t 50c. aU Vr Yotk, The Iilnolse Central Kaitnad rnertaro Utepatb of Sherman's dlsasteroui now luokiug into (he feasibility ol 1 warch to the sta, ami without money r ilroad to Hart- - or valuable made Ms way, through btiUdJiiKA branch I irl Fmm either Mo enry nr Jleaver the South, to hU Kentucky home l)nm Any ona (feklnt; a good looa- - And when here he bought two hone tl n ouM nut do bcUei than come to on credit One for his old bodyscrv-Hartfo, ant, who allowed him through the ' nl, and ainea then I ha,T laiproTed ateeditr-- I can now sleep ob. my left aide, aometfcius I had norer been able to do before. I eB walk without being fatigued, and aa la mm hour toalth tian wr Won, I wooAl recommend alt aulforera from heart trouble to try Dr. Mllee" Invaluable, remedy wllhou HISS JXLA IIUBTX, dalay." SU Wright St.. Mliwamoo, nu. tv. rit ttm4r OnM f anfS rtn " """.-- . r. - nraw w-- w t uarauion tuai. iu. 3 Lr.T.x::r--o lie for ,.oi The story comes from Greensburg that a number of white boys where skating onUreeu river, and that some ol them resented the lart that a colt ored boy began to skate about the same place aud time, as he had a per feet right to do. Some of them began to annoy aud taunt the colored boy and one of them was particularly aggressive, aud wanted the colored boy to fight, which he refused to do. Soon after this white boy, who had been most aggressive, skated over a weak place in the ice and broke through, and was about to drown bis white boy companions were scored itnd at a loss what to do, when ttv colored boy they had been persecuting plunged in, and at the risk of bis lift rescued his chief persecutor. It was a noble act, and the poloreu boy played the patt of a gentleman Christian and a hero, and it the whl'f boy he rescued aud bfs companions arc not senilis and poor white trash they will henceforth make mucii i him. The peoule of Greensburg ought to take care of him and do him honor OAHITOXtX.. -- - -- ... Dr. MMes' Heart Cure ?SU It you want the latest thing in a dies shoe see Cnrsou & Co. IHiffi HE EIS ilJill! CHANGE! or blood poisoning, llood'i "I that so," bo irritably exclaimnil stimulate the ttonuca, ed. "Now I knew that couductor routs the llrer, cun httdahe,ztlneis, eoniip&uon, pxc x ccdi. ooia or mi dnutcisu. would put me oil at tho wrong placo The only Mis to tax with Hood's Uampuula. J. abort distance nway, patiently support ing varioui parU ot tbe splintered car If caused by torpid liter, whleh prsreDts llge. arort b'ls legs, bo Inulred, tlon nd permlti food to ferment nd putrifj Iq "Is this 8peors Crossing?" the stomseh. Then follow dirtiness, headache. Ibe passenger, who was a drummer and uot altogether new to such hap ponings, replied with nsmile, although in considerable pain. Iniomln, nerrousncis, and, "No; this is catastrophe." bilious fere r It not rellered, Biliousness Pills TEl.l, IT OCT Hood's Don't sit down nnd wait for trade, 'Taint the way. Oct a hustle, make her show, Push your business make he go, Don't sit down nnd wait for trade, 'Taint tbe way, 'Taint the way, II you've got something to sell, SEE ffiffWTOHTBttimiiTiinBii. iuiii..iiinf.l...i mWnrTtT From Harper's Round Table. Tell It ab ut, Let jour neighbor see you're "fly," Get up "banrains" don t say die, If you've anything to fell, Tell it out. Tell it out. THAT THE FAO-SIMIJL-E Get. An Education. To the young man or woman, who will set us 25 now cash subscribers to the Rerjublian and Louisville Weekly Commercial 81.25 for the two, for one year. We will give a WHEN WE ARE DEAD The Stars Will Shine as Bright as Ever And the World Continue to Move. If A young Ci.istlan county farmer, who was ajudged Insane, said, as he left the court room, that he had been crazy since he voted for free silver. Couriers-Journal- . don't know you if you don't Ad vet use, Keep thlngj moving every day, Talk about it; that's the way, Folks wont know you if you don't Folks Advertise, Advertise. Owensboro Messenger. A AVceelablcrrcparaflonror Assimilating ihcToodanclRcdula-Unthc9tamac&s ondDowclj of SIGNATURE OP g I & ftcmote9THgcsllon.Ciicctful-ncssnndltesi.Contfll- nJ Fi ee Scholarship To the BRYANT & STRAT-TOBusiness College at Louisville. This is one of the best Schools in the South. You can take any branch of study taught in the College as you may select. Go to work and get us 25 new paid up subscribers for the two papers and . that he really does take more papers NOT CREATED FOR A DAY. than he reads. He is numerous in every cotnmunity and we must bear with bim patiently. The Mall. m m When then? The stars vrill shine ('anion In Union. in the sky and the world will swing in The democrat-Populifusion arib orbit. Tbe changing seasons will rangement in Union couj.y don't go t. continue to bring seed limo and The Silver Democrats Men and women will keep on any mora. discover they are strong without their marrying and be given in marriage. allies and the proposed division oi pie The mark oi trade will resound with is knocked iotoa enqued hat. tumults of contending voices the eager st bar-ves- Woaro Faithful Wo Shall Exporlonco thoSplondors and various other things that make it plain to the most casual observer of a Btossod Etornity. Every newspaper man has at some time in his business exper'ence met the man who now takes more papers than he can read. He is the man who paid twentyfivo cents for an al. manac, wiped his nose an avning, tried to blow out an electric light, put a nlckle in the postoffice expecting the post master to appear, wanted to lick he cashier because bank closed at fouro'clock, and does many neither N You Can Get It! If you should get some names and fail to get 25 we will pay you 10 per cent, for what you get, so you see it will be good pay any way you &4 and balls of revelry will echo tho strains of volupluous music. Farmers will drive their panting teams through green fieldi, aod schcl? rs will pore over curious books in great libraries. Politician! wi'1 scramble for office, and men of eciencewIU perdue tho see rets of nature. Alkbiogs will go on ea before. Our abaooco will not stop a single wheel in the vast machinery. For a little while some kind hearted f neod that was good enough to love us in spite of our faults may make an occasional vihitlo onrgraves, but even that will soon cease. The very children that we bnve held in our arms, beccming absorbed in other interests, wilt forget to name our names or res member our faces. In a few years, at most, all traces of or presence upon earth shall have vanished away. Tbeindiviual man however strong and effective he may be, leaves the faintest impression behind him. Shall, we, then, be careless as to how we depart oiirselvet while wo are here? Shall w, on aecout ot the bev ity of our probation and the narmwuess of ourspheroof action, Si'nender ourselves to tbe base notion that does not matter what oi'iie we take? Not so. We are beateis ol a iiust. Wero onr task a thousand times more eaoescsnt weshould still be under obligations to walk by the requiiemejts ot the moral law. The m.dn th'og, after all, is to do our duly in the sight of God that when we go hejee we may enter into the possibilities that lie before us in anothe" world makes a nob'e life worth living in this. We wee not, created for a day, nor for on age. It is our destiay, it we are faithful to know by experience the sp'endors of a blessed eternity. Tue gvsve question for us, then, is not how tho world will look when we are gone. In regard to that we can well afford to be But we dare uot be indiflorent. i0 what shall beoorondi-tioin that other world of hileuce and mystery, from which no traveler ever returns. He who puis all srch inquN ries aside as morbid fancies tbot have no prai.ic.sl be.iring upon the secular ven.nries that Oil bis hands aod en. gage h's thoughts, is very unwie. For a rational cieatuie the gravest and most important of subjects w'l be the consideration of those issues ot our being that rea ih into the order of sp'uit-uPythian and invhib'e things. Advocate. n al The foMowmg resolution Demoi-ali- wisadop:-edbytCom-mitt- ho co at Morganfield 16th County Saturday the which 110 on wishes What is to have and no one wishes to lose? A bald head Why is a gate post like a potato? Because they are both put Into the gronnd to propogate Why arecoats in London like towns given up to plunder? Because they are sacked and burned. What is that which is often brought to the table, always cut and never eaten? A pack oi cants. What moral lesson docs a weather cock on a church steeple continually inculate? 'Tis vain to aspite Why shouldn't a boy throw dust into his teacher's eye? Because it may occasion harm to the pupil. What are Ibe most unsociable things in the world? Mile stones, for you never see two of them together. What is that which Adam never saw, never possessed and yet gave two to each of his children? Par- it fnniintlrnm. that lew Not NAitc otic. JUahmtrnJ' Opmrn.MorphinO notlflnaal. IS ON THE , jbffodDrONanmactt WRAPPER OF EVEBY ifeiZLyj. ?' lJupr BOTITJE OB .flWWi A perfect Itemed f 0 r Constli Hon, Sour Stomach.Dmrrhdca, Worms onvulsionsjcvcnsh otaumdLosa ( or Sleep. GASTORIA OutoU li pit tp la fr&Mlis Will ealy. It sQ tuli. Sta'l !! asp prmiM tut it A)aUi)l I It "Jut u rooJ" sad "UI unrtr trtrf iu-Is aat soil U T0t U7tUl( TtcSitraU Signature ot I NEW "YORK. pnJ ' XT- - (U tit m nt (XAQT COrYOr WRAPPCR. tS.U 'tZiffi&&k L KM , TIJ)t. y f ir.tant. ents. Why is a restless man in bed like a lawyer? Because he lies on one side, then turns rounland lies on the Take it. "That if the nominee of tho Popt'l'st party chosen br that pat y on January 30, 1897, to repressnt th's county in the next Geneial Asecmblv comes pledgad to and does submit his claims to the Dei'ocrallo Primaiy aod all other Democratic ulings and caucuses and to act in accordance with tbe Chi. cago platform, and the populist make no other no.ni.iaiions for cjuuly offers. Tbe Democratic committee in consideration agree and will recom mend and request that the Democratic voters vote for him in 'preference to other Thiro is very little comfort in this to the Populist bul that little is swept away by the altitude of the Democrats as shown by this editorial comment in the Telegram: "We a'-- utterly unable to rnden stand why in this, a county posess'iig a Democratic should indulge id such an unprecedented absurdity as that ot srliicb they weegml;? on last Saturday wheu tbey peopled the above iea 'ed o'l'lio.i. Besides being entirely for and utterly u.inecesiiy it is 'to exfreirely douotiul whether the committee in tui's ignoring thus candidates who have submitted their c'aims to he Democratic ac.'on, will be urn held by the Deiuoc ts of Unon county. e un-cal- 5 MM other. 's is a chick pie like a shop? Because It contains fowl in pieces. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE. S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sts, .. K Why pun-smith- "Fin Dr. Bell's cure coughs for young and old. Most cough medicines simply help you y cough. Dr. Bell's Pine helps you not to cough. See the difference? Would yon like to try it? It is patticularly valuable for those who can not stand the strain ol coughing. Ask your drugjjist for it Tate no substitute. There is nothing as good as Dr Bell's Pine-Ta- r Honev. Good druggists sell it. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Tar-Hone- Affords the best facilities for thorough practical training In SHORTSuccess assured 4in HAND, TYPEWRITING and Terms moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS THRBE MONTHS. Business men furnished Stenographer PKttB OP when competent CHARGE BOOK-KBnPIN- trance on Staa jt- Liuisvillo, - arisro n.. tzzttstGt, P f rAidtfflBkv t The Floal'ng Studlois at Ro:kpoit. General Directory. STATK ii EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY aud-NE-A- srin. FOR- -? liftit. S OPFICIALS. Governor William O. Bindley. Lieut. Governor V. J. Worth-ingtoSecretaryof State Charles Finley. Attorney General W. S. Taylor. Auditor-rSarau- el H.Stone. V. 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The matters discu sed by the lecU'.er weie old aad common place, and the fre nnd vigor of oratory which hadnt one I'me chiracterzed the speaker teemed to be exlui'Sied." Frankfoit Capitol. er Superintendent Public M. Davison. Iustruction-Ge- o. im REPUBLICAN AND II! Register Reynold. Land Office Cbas. 0. D. Insurance Bureau W. Comiugore. Commissioner-- It gives scientiGt IT gives -- i Adjutant General U. R. Collier. 8late Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. TMILROAD C011MISSIONEK8. IT gives illusira'rd 'a hion articles. IT gives humorous illustrations. IT gives entertainment to young and ojd. Louisville Commercial $1.25 per year for both. Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, H, S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, Brown. CONGRESMO.VAL. satisfaction everywhere to everybody, We furnish THE REPUBLICAN TRIBUNE, both 'papeis ' YORK WEEKLY Do you want any PRINTING? we are ready to receive your orders for any thing in that line. We print Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Note Heads, Senators Hon. William 0. Linds say, Hon. J. C. 8. Blackburn. Kepresentative fourth .District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE LEGISLATURE. 1.2S iaa. ONE YEAR .ca.-v-a-Dnu-: .. Address all orders to the IIALITPOUD REPUBLICAN, Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. WBea Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, arid sample copy olTHB ' NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative C. M. Barnett. Ohio County If you do, . Hon. fM .i-- OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens-boro. CO CASTORIA For Infants and CUldrei. rtrutui limit Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge sui a KENY0N COLLEGE" 9) j CO HODGENVILLE, KY. Offers exceptional advantages to young ladiea and gentlemen desiriug a comnlete education at smalt cost. New Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Ubta-ry- , Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual Community, Supporls.a Lecture Course. SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR PREPARATION OF Teachers Review and Normal Training classes In session at alt times, besides six other exhaustivo and complete We court investlvation. course of study. Send for a catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST education can be obtained for the LEAST MONEY. .Address , all comniunftlnns to . , L hVi 'Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Liicns, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riogo, Master Commissioner G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse-Bill- Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, HprnklriF. I will speak at the following places atthetimesindicated. Subject; "Did Christ Come to the Election?" The first-clas- s appointments, is not otherwise spec ified, are at night Central Grove school house, Friday, Feb 5- Centertown school house, Satuiday, Feb 6 Stony Poiut school house, Tuesday, "Feb 9. Walton Creek school house, Wednesday, Feb. West Point church, Thursday, 10. Feb, 11. Equality church; Friday, Febi2 Ceralvo school house, Saturday, Feb. 13 Cool Springs school house, Tuesday, Feb. 16 Preutice school house, Wednesday, Feb, 17, A Cl(nlriiili. The train was roailug along about Ciomwell school bouse, Thursday, Feb. 18, Oak Grove school house, The Rfpjblican and tbe Louisville Commercial. . . .81.25 forty mile! ai hour, and the conduc' tor was busdy punching f'ukeU toll of Friday, Feb. 19 Select school house, ami SemMVeekly Courtei Journal.... 1.50 30. Flint Springs holes, when ft little thin old man who Saturday, Feb . . . 1.75 aud " sat in one of the corner seals plucked school house, Tuesday, Feb. 23. 1.25 " and New York Tribune W. M. Likins. his slee-rc- . " nod Louiivillo Dally Post 2.75 "Mister cou'U clnr, yi u bo tuio and let mo oil at Hom tjtation. You see, Wanted-- An Idea Vl mtattM ITT this is the first time 1 ever rode on rroCot jour lluii th.r mu briu ion wmIi. row; lUlillllt.litfcllUltli.llt CX) JOHN WKUOEKUUBN FkMlt stearacan,tnl I dou't know anything Write. nuBiaia. v. a,, laTWUoot jw pcinAlto.. M lor tb.lr u4 Uil tit two Landna iuM bout them. You won't forgot It, eh?" A dose that is always seasonable Is No Fusion In Hopkins. "All right, sir; I won't forget." So ft is to be a "straight Democrat- a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator, Rlpanx Tabulea. Itlpans Tabules cure nausea. Tbe old man brushod hack a stray e Demthe "King ol Liver Medicines" It ic" pilmarybetd on an Rlpans Tabules: at dnif (ists. ocratic day," tbe first Monday in keeps the llveractlve; tbe bowels rez-- ! lock of hair and, straightening him- lllpans Tabules cure dizziness. Rlpans Tabules cure headache. August And the Populists who u'ar, prevents Biliousness; and pro sell, gaied with increasing wonder at Rlpans Tabules cure flatulenoc. have been so deferred to and un of motes digestion. In fact helps keep the ilyi.ig landscape, every now and Rlpans Tabules cure djapff lift. demagogues you well, "t have watched it's ef-- then exclaiming, ter by the Rlpans Tabules assist digestion. Rlpans Tabules cure bad breath. during the late campaign, are given fects in families where I have prac- "Gracious! "Uv cuiufefo. Rlpans Tabules cure blltouanwu. an invitation to unite with the tlced, and find it admirable; both al Fudrn'v there was a crash, ami altRlpans Tabulesi one (Ireo rollsf, in "their ' piitnaiy and terative and tonic in its action." Democrats Rlpans Tabules cure Indigestion. era number of cvninatia moves that suppoit Ihc nominee. But tbj pie Dr. T. W. Mason, Mccon, Ga. Rlpans Tabules cure torpid liver, ' made him think of his school-lay- s, bo plJte lonB been heid out has lllpans Tabules: gentle cathartic Rlpans Tabulea cure constipation. withdrawn and put only sitting im the grass of found himself to them is Rlpans Tabules: for sour stomach. luupon the tabled the silver Demo-crat- t, TS mil. tbe embankment atongttdo the Hack. ll Rlpans Tabules: pleasant laxative, "their in.ett and their drink." slpiiui Feeing another passenger eitliug a Rlpans Tabults'cure llrer troubl, 7" w Ex Prescription Blanks, Jack Bills. In fact everything that you want printed. All work and at lowest prices. Write or call for estimates. THE REPUBLICAN, Our Clubbing Rates. Semi-Weekl- y Globe-Democr- Brown, ot 34 Mill St., South Gjrdner, Mass , was told by the dc:tor. His son had Lung trouble, following Tjphoid Malaria, and he spent three hundied and sevenfty-five dollars w'lth de;tor,-whinally gave him up, saying: "Your boy woiit Uvea month. " He tried Dr. King's New Discovery and a fsw bottles restored him to health and enabled bim to go to work a perfectly well man. He sajs he owes his present good health to une of Dr. King's New Dlfcovery, and knows it to be the best in the world for I.uug trouble. Trial Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. So Mr. Giltuan Your Boy Wont Llvo a Month. mtf J Hartford. Hartford. o a o or a o tn Si ! 1 - Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continuesthreo weekB. and third Monday in May and two weeks. November COUNTY (U .. p to rs " IV 7ft, 3ES.o3a3f Hodgonville, Kentucky, on college. If -- 11 ;- COURT. n old-tim- oflhe-seeUn- g fjt OASTOnXA. t &k&f!ya&&k t vt Tnr Nal ! A desirable (arm of one liundrtd Court couvenes first Monday in acres, sitttnted near Hartfoid, well each month. 5 watered, a good oiched, two hundred QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the third Monday in bearing trees, good buildiugR.and in January, April, July and October, ISKQULATC THI For fuither par good community. COURT OP CLAIMS. STOMACH, UVER AND Mwitt .ticulnrs call at this office nt once, tf Convenes first Monday in January, AHD PUBIFY THE BLOOIA and Tuesday after the second Monday lilPAXS YABCLII m IS Sm MS Strayed in October la kwa rr , UI From my home at Baizttown one U4k,CtlraUM. Diiii,Ckjala OTHER COUNTY OFTrCnilS UfrTrMklM.IUlM,II40KUit red and white f potted a year old G. 8. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur DjMaUrT, Or.ul, Bnalk, aUu. . uw u DUfc Information Springs. htilcr No e.tr marks Um blarUw 1 i .tKJ,,nf T''M N, 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. ol her whereabouts will be rewarded Vn peg. Ma fca rAua Z. fl. Shultz, School Supt, HartI .J??4 Malissa James 3i St " ttff","reM1rinw,;iiiiu. bm r. ford. THC niPANS CHtMICAL L. W. .Hunt, Coroner Sulphur U ftPHtmv w vnu v t Springs. ELY'8 Poorhouse CRAM BA-- C. RrUirapbcll, .Rcepcr, Hartford. Tho-RepubliIsquIcUlsabsori can ed. Cleanses h justices' courts. Nsal Pateagf Fordsville. J, A. Bowling Barrett's Ferry, March 21, Juno 20, AHaja Paintl nnr Inflam til n ( September 10, December 1.0 Heals and Pi Buford. Ben 1?. Graves March ticts the M u, 20, June 25, September 24, Decembrane Iroiu Cn ber 24. t Restoies 1 A S. Aull March 5, C!.Mt.fi n( Ti Hartford, June 4, September 3, December 3. and Smell t.iv. COLD 'N HEAD Woodward Roeine. O. L. . m KCri at once npu u w n tiirc. Maroh 13, June 12, September 11, lilOOQ'. Apllcle UappieU directly Into December 11. ,0 cents the nostiils Is lutresb'.e OUO Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch atpnigglsforb) malljHnuii.'eBloc. 7, June 7, September $1 Dfl' l!l I ins. 'iJJLt TK Iff RLYIlROniERS, 56 Warren St. NY , IUI letnler 6, John P Morton, Judge rHarttord. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E, P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. R.I.P.AN5 : ABULES Uils1, '' CATARRH mT 3 Subscribe for and got' !',H' a'l tho news. If and hr UqpulbHcau the St. Louis Oemi'WeeJC'V "?'?. l.r...n. yeaV 4 -- 9 ",