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FALL term begin August 31, 1890, at her home fur the reception ol l. Thorough training, Special attmhou given to young pupils. Twun ai usual. Your patronage so-- . hleind. 5 flm pu-pil- The Haeteobb Kepublican. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARTY IN TES F0URT3 COHQSESSIONAL DISTRICT, tvu rartmSslfS iiorts y "2.T " pp.llt.Ithey wllltfl tor Lklnr SIM KIQD XlVER n4 VOL. IX. GROUND-HOG HARTFOED, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, DAY a certain extent. Immigrantscoming here of their own accord and without special inducement come for the purpose of bettering their condition, of geting better wages, and they are not willing to work for the wages they got at home. There is not a workulan In the country who would fijht the repeal of the contract labor law. there is not a citizen who would date openly to urge it repeal. And yet thousands upon thousands ot workmen ate willing that we should hire these foreigners in their own country at their pauper wage to do our work. There Is no difference between bringingover foreign workmen by contract to work in this, country atJtheir home wages' and contracting to bring over and import free into this country the goods produced at their homes by those workmen at their pauper wages; except that in the former case the little pittance which those workmen earned would be spent in this country while in the e latter case I e. under it would be spent in their own countries. The intelligent workmen of the country are fast coming to realize e this vital truth. The cause of is on the down grade. Ex. Free-TradFree-Trad- 1897v f"3. NO. 29. I fli.aicift in in world For DYSPI PSIA, CON8T1PATIQN. Juan Ice. BUIouiauickLSlLKIIGADACili:. Colic Depreulon o( Splrlli, SOUR 8T0MALII Heartburn, etc Thl anrmil.il rimed? i w.rrmnt.d fiot la contain o. .in.la canter, of Mercury, or nj mineral ubstaoc, bni I. Tbt Chtipttt. Purnt Dot P.mllj rf In connection with the Southern Co , will; on aril after the night ol November 7, 1896 run Irora Cincinnati and Louisville a Pullman BUPFET SLBUPBR 11V RY TUBS-DA- Y AND SATURDAY night tocounectdirrct at New Orleans With the Southern Pacific's last, solid vestibule train, the "Sunset Limited,', lor Los Anvreleaand San Francisco On these cars for CALIFORNIA VIA NKWORLEANS Through reservations Cincinnati and Louisville to the PaclGc Coait can be mide. In addition to the Pullet Sleeping Car service, connection will be made at Memphis by train leaving Cincinnati! at 2:30 p m. and Louis aville6:j5p. tn. every Wednesday, Pa-cl- Illmoie Central f. f&. ONLY A MEMORY. Tho Old Blaok Mammy of Anto Bollum Days. n A Story That spoils All tho FunnyThlngs Said About tho 2d Inst. Owensboro Press of Feburary 2: If anybody tells you this is ground hog day tell hlra you know better. Pelf' ruary 14 Is the day on which the animal emerges from his hole. When the early settlers of this country arrived on it shores they r with TOURIST SLEEPING CAR leaving Chicago every Wednesday and running through without change from Chicago to San Francisco via New Orleans by the same route. Comfortable Frie RecllnlngChalr Car on this train between Cincinnati. Louisville and Memphis. Through double berth rate but $5 50 flora Memphis This is The Only True Winter Route to Calilornia, owing to low altitudes and the absence of snow and severe cold weather.. Also good connection to the CITY OP MEXICO ,xia New Orleans, by the Illinois Cen-tiand Ibe Southern Paclfk Rail-rra- of scientific calendars. Ticket An early New England writer, in RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHmaking an entry in his diary, wrote: ER ROUTE Ask for special California Folder of "Thlslsthedaye In which the lltel I C R. R. They, as well as tickets birdes doe chuse their mates, and it andiull information as to rates and Is told the elders and the mandra specific train time can be had of agents ol ttc Central Route hnd connecting goons put forth the buttones of their liuis, 01 by addressing W. A. Kell-ou- rootes. It is also the day In which A G. P A., Louisville, Ky. the ground hogge or marmount A. II Hanson, cometh forth from his den. It is the Gen.l Pass'r Agent, Chicago. day in which the younger sort send one another little mysteries ot their Louisville Dental Co., love and name them valentines, which is but a sad popish custom and not tending withol to godliness." That waa February 2, old $tyle. Every country girl and boy can tell you with perfect faith that the birds "doe chuse ther mates" on Valentine's day, and everybody knows that Valentine's day is February 14. It is pure ignorance regarding one of our most firmly cherished superstl-thnit is ignorance ot histoiy and even of the almanac to maintain or believe thit February 2 is ground hog TH !1 14 W.M.J, t. day. al da d, s; PULLMAN brought many of their native tradi tions along with them and they also found many among the Indians, of which they had heard nothing before, and one ot these waa that on a certain day in the) ear tbe groundhog Mine out ol his den to look for his shadow. That day, in the almanacs then in use, was noted of February 2 and was called ground-ho- g day and its conditions observed. One hundred and twenty-fiv- e years later the calendar was changed, and the day that had been the ad of February be-- , came the 14th. But the people who paid most attention to the groundhog knew little of almanacs and less The older generation of negro worn-ewho were brought up before the war had theadvantageof close association with gentle and refined ladles. Essentially linltated'as the colored race is they copied the manners nnd grace ol the people they served, and tnany.an old black- mammy has the manners of a grande dame, many au old Uhcle has the manners ot a Chesterfield' The ouusr negroes have had no such opportunities and would not have Used tnepi if they bad. They have chosen to initiate clasa of whites, am' it is as if one saw a vulgar picture ineffably seasoned by belqg reproduced irt glaring colors that emphathized in every unlovely detail. They believe liberty is license, and do not know that reverence and respect are attributes that .the-wors- t 3U OWENSBORO,KY. Honnil Money V Gold Crowns 15 to $? . Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Seat set ol tettb (no better made no matter bow much ou pay) Gold fillings $1 up Silver fitting 75c Bxtinctlng. pet tooth 35c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanent ly located Wanted-- An thr Idea may briii job wottth. Prolool owr IdMtj WrtU JOHN WKUDKKUU11N ft CxCVUt Alt Uir wntU4. wri. WMMMton, IX or taTwUona Uuo una M4 ml c two hnndml - VTbs eaa tkeak C Mima atmbla tblaf I P.UBIJ jtr HOW TO FIND OUT. cates a diseased condition t tire kid neys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidenceof kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain iii the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out 'Fill a bottle or common witrr glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours: a sendiment ol settling indi- ofordqr. WHAT TO DO. The editor who penned the following tiutbful lints h'd evidently been thrre in person: ' It takes windfall ecintilating acrobatic ' Imagination, a railroad pass and a couble of white shirts to run a newspaper, but no mention Tub If artford Republican money. Keep that for sordid trades address and send your full to Dt. Kilmer-- Co,, BInghamton, N. people who charge for their wares. Y. The proprietors of this paper The Lord loves a cheerful giver. He'll guarantee the genuineness of this of- take care of the editor. He has a charfer, 27 xyr. ter from the State to act aa a door mat for the community He will get the paper out somehow, and stai'd up for the town, and whoop it up lor you when you run for office, and lie about your pigeon toed daughter's tacky wedding, and blow about your big footed son when he geti a $4a week job, and weep over jour shriveled soul when it is released frnm your gasping body, nnd smile at jrur piddy writ's second marriage Don't worry about the editor, he II get along- The Lotd only knows how but somehow " post-offi- There la comfort in the knowledge so olten expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, thegreat kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys liver, bladder and every part of the utinary pas sages, It corrects Inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, orbad effects following use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraordinary eflect of "Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need d medicine you should have the beft Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, Notwithstanding the boast of the itlverites that the sound money men would t'come back" like whipped curs when their votes were needed, the sound money democrats of Bowl ing Green seem to be acting in harmony with their expressed views of last fall and are not "coming back" as rapidly as the silverltes expected. The following social from this place to the Lousville Post is a straw. "Major Wells Covington. Chairman of the Sound Money Democratic Coram itte, of this county, called the committee together yesterday afternoon to consider the practical situation, and to determine what recommendations the committee should olTer to the Palmer and Buckner cVrrrocratj in regard to the partlc-ipit'In the free silver primary to candidates for city offices, called or March 9 The situation was discussed at length, and, the course the silver men are persuing was commented upon by every member present. It was unanin? non-'aate ly nrinoerm. mously decided tocjlt ajothertneel-ing- of t'jeconrrattee within the next ten days to prepare nn address urging all sound money democrats to refrain from voting in the silver primary ana to cuaru careiuuy against com mitting any act that might compro-m- is their cause." Third District Republican. GROVE j - to t.nbr AilUp itch Irorn Calif nia n sh irt time sirce ripor ed that a body ol workmen in that SUte had taken wPB some Japanese workmen nnd had strung them up to trees, nenrlv strangling them When cut down, they were told to "get out" or woie would follow. The reason lor this was that the Japs worked so cheaply that the other workmen cruld not compete axuitist them. There is probably not a workman in this coun try who does not consider it a tremenIS JUY AieeOB FORAUULTS. dous evil and a direct injurv to bim WARRANTED. PRICE SOots. OiLim, ILLS., Mov, 14,1). that foreign workmen come here who wilting to work for starvation wageu tASTKLKBiJ C1IIU, TON10 iU Sift and who, by so doing, are the means aUVlCkiDdhl lhr. .1nw. eiraa inw T.r- - la .11 pur m lruuc. or it rni, la lb ami buinw, Sit Mt.fwM.nanMir.iluiui.ntcri aulxri.l Mli of cutting down wages. The object SkUumiwIUiKi. ItOMInilT, CUUicACO, of the Contract Labor law was to lesUxr sen this evil, and it has lessened it t Vor ale by WillUws & Bell. A I.ia.ii mVsMmMWeB CHILL TDNIC - TASTELESS , adorn the highest station. One of the saddest pictures of the passing away of the old fashioned negroes is the loss of that negro mammy. In every southern home she was a figure unique In the peculiar love and tenderness that surround her. In her strong arms every while baby was first laid, with the certainty that nothing amiss could befall it there. On her broad breast childish sorrows sobbed themselves out, and broken hearts were mended by the f niton ARcreemenl Nnmnhrd MorganSeld, Ky., Feb. 4 magic of mammy's touch. Her hands The fusion in this county agreed to guided the first faltering step, her by the silverite and Populist com- tongue first opened the doors ot ro- COULD NOTAGREE. mittees has been knocked into smithmance and marvels; her deep, soft, ereens. Mr John S. Lamb, the Pop- mellow nnd sweet as the voice of love Popullst-SllverltAttomptAt ulist nominee for Representative, will crooned the lullabies that lie on the Fusion In Daviess a Failwithdraw in a card in the local papers thresheold of hush The ure, to morrw morning. This means that passing years but strengthen the ties the Popnlists will not vote with the that bound the black mammyand her Owensboro, Ky.. Feb. 3. The sit 8llverites in this county. white children. It was her province to watch, over their growth and veirte and Populist subcommittees ' l'oor Prospect. "mint' you manners!" was a stern of reven members each, recently appointed to eflect fusion arrangements. The prospect for fusion are poor. The admonition no southern tart at the court house this morning two sub committees ol the Democratic child dared disregard. She packed for joint conference. The silverite and Populist parties met yesterday, the trunk of the boy about to start to committeemen announced that they and alter a heated session of four college; she Inspected the suiters who had no proposition to offer. hour adjourned without accomand passed judgment; often Popnlist Chairman T. S. Pettlt plishing anything. The meeting of as shrewd as unconventional, upon offered a fusion resolution for a both the committees next Wednesday them, shepinned the vail over the tluu division ot the offices and providing will hardly do more. face of the biide, and gave sage adthat he device on the ballot should be The Populists do not ask much. vice on the best way to manage her a rooster, a blow and a hammer. They want the Democratic party to husband to her "baby" about to emsurrender the traditional rooster and bark upon the uncertain sea of matri- Capt. Sam Jones ofiered a resolution favprjng tbe silver dollar aa devic:. say they will not vote under that mony. In every-eveoMiferjoy and Thfe silverltes moved to adopt the time honored emblem. sorrow, mammy's faithful heart beat rooster only as a ballot device. This They want the office of county like the echo of her white folks. was lost on a tie vote sevenDemocrats judge; will Penn Taylor be asked to Did sickness come, what hand so for, seven Populists against. The get out of the way? tendet on the aching btow, what Populists then moved to adopt the They want the office of circuit clerk watching so unwearied as mammy's? Pet it device and also to adopt the How will the friendsof John Lyddane, Who so wise in the knowledge ol Jamrs device. Both motions were lost Tom Alexander and Ida Robertson herbs and simples? What breath has by a party tie vote. The conference receive the suggestion. They demand the olfice of assessor. ever such a flavoras that made by her adjourned, after debating nearly all There are some Democrats who would skillful bands? And when death kiss- day, without taking further action. like to have that oflice and they have ed the eyelids down it was mammy's The commltte wilt meet again Thurs- loving hands that did the last sad of- ,daj, February 11. some friends who would like a chance fices for the dead and robed them for to vote for them. burial. She folded litlies In the , REALIBTIO FBA0TI0E, They want the county represent-pulseless hand and she and her mislive and state senator, the only politAccount of Recent Trial of Military ical offices for which an election occurs tress, whrte mother and black mamManeuvers in Austria. my, who had both known the passion this year. The Austrian fortress maneuvers and pain of motherhood who had They would like to have the office of Przemvsl in Grvlicln wre of nn of county school superintendent, but both lost the child that had lain upon exceedingly reallstla character, fully breasts, walked hand In hand charged field ammunition being emBob Lancaster's friends will have their behind the tiny coffin to the little ployed. Tho works of dofenso and something to say about that. There is no reason for a fusion. graveyard in the corner of the garden attack were commenced on Septom-,bo- r 11 in tho emporor's presence. There is not a doubt In the world as Afterwards when the sweet ground myrtle had hidden the mound with Tho work was pushed on during tho to the success ot the Democratic tic-e- f night, in spite of heavy rain, and with it. If nothing is to be gained living green, it was mammy who tho boslogors successfully repulsed would go in the quiet dusk of sumby It why make it? It the offices were a sortie. Notwithstanding these obstacles, tho construction ot batat state fusion would still be bad poli- mer evenings hnd bring her mistress teries was completed early on tho ties and ot questionable moral nature. away from that hallowed spot. True, loyalty, devotion, knlhgtly 12th, with tho guns in position and There is no basis lor fusion. A surrenderor the Democratic name or de- qualities were stamped in every line ready for opening fire. The assailants then evacuated their works, vice would raise a revolt among the in mammy's fine old face and made it and tho defenso opened a real fire oa Sometimes misfortune tho works erected. At noon tho Democracy that not a candidate would beautiful. befell her whltepeople, but mammy's signal to "cease flro" was given, and1 be elected, yet the Populists plainly tell us they will listen to nothing love neveflalled. The war came and it was found that tho firo of tho doset her free Mammy stayed on. She fenso had been very offoctfvc. Durelse. The idea of forcing the candidates forauy office off the track for scorned new people, nnd would not ing its progress, moreover, the efShrined in the un- fects wore observed from a balloon. sucli a purpose is preposterous. If leave her own. A further bombardment ot the those who take to themselves the run- written history of a thousand sonth works of tho assailants In tho presning of the party machinery desired homes if tbe story of the faithful ence) of tho emperor was put a stop of some old negro woman who to work a game like this they should to by pouring rain. have commenced sooner They might remained and served for love tbe peoTho next day, Sunday, was a day Some have forestalled the situation but they ple too poor pay her wageo of rest, and on tho 14th the emtimes she turned to account her talent peror witnessed a bombardment by cannot charge it. The prospects for tunslon are very for cooking or nurslqg, and with the the besiegers with live sholl of a money thus made she educated the 'permanent fortification, In front of bad Owensboro Press. children of her former mistress, and which wero advanced batteries and entrenchments. After tho. signal guve them a start in life. II any A DISGUISED ENEMY, thing could justify slavery it was this "ceaso firo" was given, at noon an inspection demonstrated tho mutual love nud tenderness that exofTccts ot modern artillery oa Cbionic Cftarth otien makes it ap- isted between the black mammy and (pr tlflcatlons. At night, as soon as1 proacn in msiiUise iieioie a peson it ivUa dark, the assailants proceedtheir white "chillun." knows it, he may become a victim of of approach. So few so few.of the whjfe children ed to oxcouta works chronic catauli. Its onset mny be Several infantry engagements took gtadu.il, its development insidious, now who at privileged to know the 'place, and various processes of Illuand at last the victim finds himself iu spoiling and correcting and chiding mination wero experimented with. the clutches ol a tenacious disease. ot it black mammy, who listen to the Early next morning tho works of ' and the "tar tho boslogors wore sbolled by the) A slight cold, a tendency to sneeze, a tales "Bretr Rabbit baby" from the inspired lips that dofonse, who used both tholr posis puiTintss in the nose and head, The1 or crackling in the ears, stringy embroider thetale to KUit the occasion tion guns and their flold pieces. Dureffects wero then ascertained. mucus in the throat, slight cough or who miss the delicious terror ol having tho following night operations wheeziness, snoring during sleep, ing their soul.s scared out of them by woro continued on both sides, and In Unforot witches and haunti. any one ol these symptoms should be tales tho morniug, tho besiegers having legatded as a warning. What can be tunate little people, who kuowr nothing succeeded In destroying the advanced works of the dofense and cuted in the bejinning in a weekjor ol a colored nurse except somebody allowed to who jet ks the little arms out ol the silencing tho firo of tho guns entp, by using filading tho foreground of tho work become chronic, may lcqujre months ocket and stands the baby perambu' of iaithlul treatment Youlrnd better lator in tbe glating sun, whilj; She chosen for an assault, thoy oxploded which they had lbtd, and, Peru-D- a now, forbynnd by examines millinery in a shop window tho mines take proceeded to rStorm the fortification. jou may be obliged' to take ita long or fl'tts with a "cullud gemmum" In Tills terminated the maneuvers,, clothes, t.mt in oidtt to get well. Pe-r- u no tan shoes and hand which woro highly instruotlve, nl- -l is the temid) for catarrh. Almost wh, too has embraced the profession though of courso tbey wero not an everybody knows that by he say and ol loafing for a llvetyhood. UIUUIUI4J ,Uftvuuul.uta ut tu wiyui. tho assailants dial thousauds know it by blessed expe Soon the last bandana headdress flrcv-Ra-vua do rnnce wilt be gone from the street. The not work under The Vi ru na Dru Manufacturing no more cause to vergiowuitu.ro. merchants will have Company of Co'iimbus, Ohio, are display genuine blue calicof for ImiQUITE A FEAT. sending Dr Hartmsn'a latest book tation French millinery will crown An Iritorsjtlng PIocj of Rapid Struct every colored woman's head, and on chronic catarrh and cllnntlc distural Englnaerlna; Work, eases of winter tree ol charge 64 rugged finery ctothe her body. Dinah An interesting niece ot raplcb no longer will wheel the baby carriage structural, enginoorlnjt noct waa, pages Instructively Illustrated, Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. S - has taken a step forward, or nccomplished on tho areat eastern railway oyotom during tho early backward, In the process of evolution. hours ono morplng. Tho railway Tl c house is unswept the food uu brldgo over tho rlvor Ouso on tho coo'ccd.the dusty pick it In ly spraw a London and Norwich main lino near ur heeded acros's thecibin door, fir Ely was cOmplotcly removed and a th new colored woman has got a now wroufrht-iro- n bridge of ono of somo 300 tons of dead and is taking a spin up the span, weight and 130 fcot long, erected ia avenue instead of spinning at home But we know wlnt it was to be its place Tho night was extremely dark and tho work was rendered roi ifed to sleep in the loving arms of somdvrhat difficult by tho prevailing n ick mammy, look back sorrows high wind and hoavy gusts of rain. ful ) and mourn the vanished grace .About 1:30 a. m. operations Were of a day that is dead, and regret the begun by removing tho rails and ev jiutton that (tyitinging to the front upper Half an hour th colord New later tho first of tho Iron alrdors. new woman. 'which numbered 20 In all nnd 0 ans Picayune. weighed about six tons each, was A nong the bills introduced in the lifted out by powerful stoam cranes Tho Leflisjajtureare one to send inebriates and sbuntod on to trucks. to n gold'cure at the expense" ol the work was completed by 7:30 a. m. Preparations wero now made for county; one "to stop any train at any 'placing tho new brldgo, which had where any passenger desires station been previously 0 roc tod on staging to get oil;" one to force corporation alongside tho old brldgo, into posito completely disclose their liutsnesi tion. This was effected by slowly an I surrender to the municipality all hauling tho entire structuro by ptofits over 6 per cent ; one for the means of poworful wlnchos fixod oa both river banks. Tho brldgo itself confiscation of the plants of corpoon trolleys running on rails rations, and one- to regulate "any rested laid along tho abutments. Tho next, minister, priest, or any person having business was to relieve tho trolleys charge of a church," when he tails to of their 300 tons of dead weight and prrctice what he preaches. Did we to lower tho brldgo, by poworful omit the name of this Legislature? Is hydraulic jacks on to Its permanent it necessary to say that it Is the Kan- supports. This done, rolls were laid, tho permanent way was mado sas Leglslature? Ee good, and tho main lino connection, Croup, the great enemy of childcompletely restored, with a dolay to hood, succumbs at once to the sooth-- Ir only ono train of the ordinary Suninfluence ol Dr. Bell's Tar Honey. day service London Times. Bronchial affections lose their danger when this great remedy is at hand. Professors' 8alarles. Nn home should be without it. For sale by Z 'Wayne Griffin & Bro. When tho University of Chicago was started it was thought good' policy to securo eight or ton of tbol best men in tho country by offering1 cross'-tlmber- s, ' os thou Southern Root, and Her! which an Provldenc. haa ttlee.il ii countries where Mrer Dliea.c meat prernl It will curt all Dlieasee catued by Dcrang;.- m.nt ol th Liter and Howell. Th SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint r a titter orbad tait In tha mouth) Pain In li. Back, Side, or Joints, often mistaken for Khet 5our Stomach) Loss ot Appetite, Eatlsmr alternately costlra and tax) Headach Memory, with a palnut sensation c t haTlngr tailed to do something: whlrh ought i hat been done) Debllltjri Low Spirits, a till. ellow appearance ot th bkln and Kyes, a drjr ough often mistaken for Consumption. Sometimes many ot thes symptoms attend thsBlse.se, at olhera Terr f.wj but tho l.lv f Is generally th seat of tho disease, and If i t Regulated In tlm. (treat suffering1, wretched aess and DUATII will ensue Th following highly esteemed personsatte' to th virtues ot blmmons Liver Regulator Oen. YT, S Holt, I'ret. Oa. H W.lt. R Cat Rv J. R. Pelder, Perry, 0- - CoLBK. Sparks, Albany, Oa.C Masterson.nsq.fiherUTUIbbCa Oaillon Aleiander II. Htephens. "Wo hav tested Us virtues, personally, and know that for Dyspepsia, biliousness an4 Throbbing Headache ft is thabestraedicin tl world ever saw. W tried forty other remedies b.for.StmmonsLlv.r Regulator, but none gavo as mora than temporary relief) but th Regit tutor not only relieved, but cured us." Ed, TlUORirn AND McutrroiR, Macon, Oa, containing' MAKUrACTURtD OifLY BT PtmULY VKGETABLC, J. H. ZC1LIN ft CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PHuFJiSSWNAL CARD. Jna.H. Qlenn, J.N. It. Metldlng LAWYERS, (Office, over Anderson's Dea or.) GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice their profession in as thocourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. CTaaaa.es &.. Snaltlr, JTTBBiY JT AH1 HARTFORD, U.T. Vili practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and conrt of Appeals. Special attention given t Office east side of puKf collections. square. M. L. Hkavrin. HEAVRIN & Shelby Tayxor TAYLOR, KY. - well-bre- d them the unprecedented salary off But asido from tho few men thus favored for a special reason at, tho beginning, other salaries havo! been fixed upon about tho scale that obtains at Yale, Harvard and half a dozen other first-clainstitutions. In other words, $5,000 is tho maximum that any instructor may hope to reach, while tho rank and filo of tbo mon arc-- paid from $1,500 to 97,000. ss RiiorneysatLaw HARTFORD, Attorney at Law Beavfh Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, $2,600. A Hartford, Ky. ' Truthful Advertiser. Will practice his profession in all A Nowark hardwarcman is ad- -' tho courts of Ohio and adjoining vortislng thoro is a great drivo in counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. nails, a sharp competition In razors and a rapid movement in knives and forks. Ttiht- I1K1H Attorney at Law, H. R. WEDDING OASTORXA. nfutwt &k vunt tin tirr Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. and Tho Republican the St. Louis Globe-Democrat Will practice his profession in nil th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Semi-weekl- y one year for $1.75. Tr.v.T- - lirrln n Kqn ill. A good stoiy is told of the late Captain U. B Foibes, who was lnterestt 1 'n soivc seventy sail of fine vessels, and who built many clippers for the Indid and China ti?de before the general npp'icilrnu of sleam. It seems that while testing the .'.,'iling i, qualities of a she was sliucl: by a squnll in Boston Haibor, fell on her side, fillid with water, nnd went down. Fc .unalely she had a boat iu to v, which baved all hands. He would not stilt a fthc:t nor lufl he, into tbe wiud to prevent ; her berdg he was deteimind to know what rhe could do in nhquall, even at the isk of bis life and the lives ol select paityof nautical luends he had with him; and nltbough th s experiment may have been ol interest 10 Captain Forbes, it is doubtful whether his invited guests relished their position. Later she was la Led without much trouble and had her spare reduced. For yean afterwards she was famous along the coast of China for her speed, Fromllarpei's Round Table. clinpei-ichooirecaps-zee'- All orney ai JCaw. HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining .conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col lections. Oflice in Courthouse. . .." 1" " "' I." umaam .i : (Vonnty Attorney) KY. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public Bfiuare. KY: given SPECIAL attentionabstracts,to Ac., making R. B. LEESIMMEBMAN, Attorney at Lavs HARTFORD, JNO. B. WILSON, Hartfokd, Ky. Will practico his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. 8mlth & Co., Market Street. Attorney at IeiW Attorney at Law, HURTFORD, KY., J.B. VIOKERS, -- Will practice and adjoining tention given lo his care. building. bis profession in Ohio counties. Special atto all business entrusted Office in Repuultdin n Too Much Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all tho Courts of Ohio nud adjoiniUg counties. Special at Office tentiou given '0 collcctir 11s. with County Attorney. JJOT1UB. ARMISTEAD JONES, ter-rlb- to Me! It grerr rapldly,and shooting paluaraa in every direction. I became alarmed The use of tbe surgeon's knife is becoming' stf general, resulting fatally In such a large number of cases, as to occasion general alarm. Mr. William Watpole.of Walshtown, South Dakota, writes) "About three years ago, there came under my left eye a little blotch about the size of a smalt pea. I WiHT every man and woman la 1st TTslte States Interested In the Opium end Whl.l, habits to bsva oua ot my books on these iln eases. Allres It. M. Woollev, Atlanta, O. Hoi Ml, ana one will b sent 70a tree. Loiilavlile,llvnelrau t HI I.ouU llal iu l.llecJ Juue 1. No. 41. No. 4" dpi.' doily West honrd a m 6 30 p m L Louisv lie , . 7 55 ,j ,'' , lull-nes- .'is 1 . ,1047 L Clovetport 9 18 L Hawosvllle . 9 44 It I good doctor, who L Owent-bor. U 15 PIUI048 pronounced It can(15 55 I' Nr, cer, and said that It Ar Henderson . No 42. 44. must be cut out. dittiy dally Xast boand not This I would consent to, having L Henntrson . , . 7 20 a tn 2 55 p iu vi Miv little faith In the L OwentbMo 3 55 8J5 Indiscriminate use of the Imlf e. Read- L Uaweavillp . 4 53 B. 8. ing ot the many cures made by ICloverport . 5 17 9 5 determined to give that medicine L StephenporJ 8., I 10 11 5 35 a trial, and after I had taken It a few Llrvlngton . . 1051 616 days, tbe cancer became irritated and 11 18 6 39 began to discharge. This after awhile L OmndonburgI 45 p tn I 00 ceased, leaving a small scab, which Ar LtfuUvlllsffinally dropped off, and only a healthy TIMK TAUS.K I. V, II. It. IIK.VI.K little scar remained to mark tbe place UA UV. where the destroyer had held full sway. LSlepheupott L Brandcuntirg L Irvlngton . . . 9 9 49 10 iB 7 55 8 20 8 .s and consulted a iJEmbW A 95 COING EAST. A Real Blood .RctTlcdy . ,. .. .... . . . disease of tho btood. Ilnoki mailed frcet clfla Man tV ,aaccr ia su wn w ': leznect an operation to cure It. S.B.a. furtfy vtgitatU) is a real (juaranttJ Fast Mall remeoy xor every Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a, m. No, 322 a 1 03 p. m, Mall No, 202 a 7 25 p, ra. Past Mall COINO addrcit Swift X--t 8pe- AUaBt&i sss WEST. No. 201 a 7 17 a. tn, No. 221 a 12 25 p. ci. Mail local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. H. MKRRtCK, Agt, '"$ M Vf" U1 ' TEitE'ri l ' H AnrroiiD, Kbntuoicy. , PALL term begins August 31, 1800, at lirr homo fur the reception oi pu pull. Thorough training, Special attinhnu given to young pupils. Tonus as usual. Your patronage 5 Cm The Haetdbii Eepublican. Th. Chetx,t. Purnt OFFICIAL ORCAK OF THE PART? IN TEE FODETH ASIC lb. reeav.r.4 djrppUci, blllou. 01 iHQirtr, Ticiimi (ho t.rer ml .But, mtrcurLI dl.eai.ii patl.nt.liow they r coT.rru With, cn.tr ful plrlt nnd you toy Mkfnr 8ih MOM XlVEX KKOO- - COmESHOm DISTRICT, . For DYSrrrSIA, CONSTIPATION, tasn aice, innom.uickn,si.JiiiiiAUAi,iiis, Colicl STOMAL of Pffu mcaicin. in in. and Dm! P.mlly wonu i VOL. IX. GROUND-HOA Story G HAKTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUAKY 12, 1897--. DAY a certain extent. Iinmigrantscoming here of their own accotd and without come for the special inducement purpose of bettering their condition, ol geting better wages, and they are not willing to work lor the wages they got at home. There is not a workuian iu the country who would fight the repeal of the contract larjor law. there is not n citizen who xould dare openly to urge it repeal. And yet thousands upon thousands ol workmen are willing that we should hire these foreigners in their own country at their pauper wage to dd our work. There is no difference between brlngingover foreign workmen by contract to work in this, country at.their home wages' and contacting to bring over and import free into this country the goods produced at their homes by those workmen at their pauper wages; except that In the former case the little pittance which those workmen earned would be spent in this country while in the e latter case I e. nnder it would be spent in their own countries. The intelligent workmen of the country are fast coming to realize this vital truth. The cause of Free-Trais on the down grade. Ex. Free-Trad- NO. 29. oreat eastern Snlrlla. SOUR n.nr.Mlon Heartburn, cto Tbls uBtiyall.il remedy Is warranted not to contain a tlnglo particle of any mineral aubitanc, but I. IIxrcury, or containing tho. Southern Hoota and llcrti which an all.wl. Providence hat placed " conntrle. where Lly.r Dli.aie. moil prevm It will cur. all Dltcaw. caun.d by Derangement ol th. Liver and Howel. The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a bitter or bad tax. In tho mouth) Vain (n Ihe Back, Sldee or Jolnti, often mistaken for Uhn matlimi Sour Stotnachi Loee of Appetite. Bowf.lt alternately co.tlvo and lai) lleadacbt, Loit of Memory, with a painful tentatlon c i having failed to do .omethlng which ought t have been done Dcbllltyi Low Spirit., a tlili Ryea, a dry appearance ot Eellow often mistaken the bkln and for Consumption. many ot these symptoms ettrr Sometime he Qlse.se, at others very few) but tho I.l f ! s generally tho seat of the disease, and If n. t legutated In time, (Treat suffering, wretched Bess and DGATII will ensue Th. following highly esteemed personsatte-- t. th. virtue, of blinmons Liver Regulator Oen.W. 8 Holt, 're.U.H.V,lt. R Cat Key. 1. R. Felder, Perry, Oa.i CoLeK. Sparks. Albany. O a. C Maslersen, Esq. Sheriff lllbb Co., Oa Hon Aletander II. Stephens. "Wo have tested Its virtues, personally, and know that for Dyspepsia, lllllousnes. an4 Throbbing Headache It is thebest medicine tr -world ever saw. Wo tried forty other remedies before Simmon. Liver Regulator, but none gave us more than temporary relief) but the Keg" lator not only relieved, but cured us " Ed. Macon, Ua. TIIXORAPH AMD 11E33E-IOIMAHUrACTURtD O.ILY T J. H. ZGIL1N & CO., Philadelphia, Fa, PURELY VEGETABLE, with In connection with the Southern Pa ciCc Co , will; on nrd after the night of November 7, 1896. run Irom Cincinnati and Louisville n Pullman BUFFET SLEEPER EV RY TUESDAY AND SATURDAY night toconnectdirect at New Orleans with the Southern Pacific's fast, solid vestibule train, the "Sunset Limited,', (or Loii Aneelrs and San Francisco On these earn for CALIFORNIA VIA NEW ORLEANS Through reservations Cincinnati and Louisville to the Pacific Coait can be nude. In addition to the Bullet Sleeping Car service, connection will be made at Memphis by train leaving Cincinnati! at 2:30 p m. and Louis ville 6:55 p, tu. every Wednesday, PULLMAN Illinois Qeniml & . ONLYAMiEMORY. Tho Old Black Mammy of Anto Bollum DayB. That spoils All tho FunnyThlng8 Said About tho 2d Inot. Owensbiro Press of Peburary a: If anybody tells you this is ground hog day tell him you know better. PelT ruary 14 is the day on which the animal emerges from his hole. When the early settlers of this country arrived on it shores thty brought many of their native traditions along with them and they also found many among the Indians, oi which they had heard nothing before, and one ol these was that on a certain day in the ear the groundhog Tame out ol his den to look for his shadow. That day, In the almanacs then in use, was noted of February 2 day and and was called ground-ho- g ils conditions observed. One hund years later the red and twenty-fiv- e calendar was changed, and the day that had been the 2d of February be-- , came the 14th. But the people who paid most attention to the ground hog knew little of almanacs and less of bcienttfic calendars. TOURIST SLEEPING CAR leaving Chicago every Wednesday and running through without change from Chicago to San Francisco via New Orleans by the same route. Comfortable Prte RecllningCbair Car on this train between Cincinnati. Louisville and Memphis. Through double berth rate but $5 50 fiom Memphis This Is The Only True Winter Route to California, owing to low Altitudes and the absence of snow and severe cold weather,. Also good connection to the CITY OF MEXICO x,ia New Orleans, by the Illinois Cen tial and he Southern Pacifk Railroads Ticket RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE Ask for special California Folder of I C R. R. They, as well as tickets andiull information as to rates and eclfic train time can be had of agents ol the Central Route and connecting lini a, ot by addressing W. A. Kell-on- d, A G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. A. H Hansom, Gen.l Pasa'r Agent, Chicago. Louisville Dental Co., An early New England writer, In making an entry in his diary, wrote: "Thislsthedaye In which the Htel birdes doe chuse their mates, and It Is told the elders and the mandra. goons put forth the buttones of their rootes. It is also the day in which the ground hogge or marmount cometh forth from his den. It is the day in which the younger sort send one another little mysteries ot their love and name them valentines, which is but a sad popish custom Ji V V4W.M.i.t. OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5to& Pervclain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set of tetth (no better made no matter bow much ou pay) ,,$t Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 35c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Office permanent Teeth are ordered. ly located and not tending withol togodllness." That was February 2, old style. Every country girl and boy can tell you with perfect faith that the birds "doe chuse tber mates" on Valenn tine's day, and everybody knows that Valentine's day is February 14. It is pure ignorance regarding one of our most firmly cherished superstitions; it is ignorance ot histoty and even of the almanac to maintain or believe thit February 2 is ground hog day". Hound Bluur neuioerata. Notwithstanding the boast of the silverites that the sound money men would 1'come back" like whipped curs when their votes were needed, the sound money democrats of Bowl, ing Green seem to be acting in harmony with tbeir expressed views of last fall and are not "coming back" as rapidly as the sllverites expected. The following spcial from this place to the Lousvllle Post is a straw. "Major Wells Covington. ChairProUet Toar tdvur thr mar briifjci WMttfc. man of the Sound Money Democratic Writ JOHN W&LtDlKUURN ft CO- - Ktttat Atts Vubln(OB IX. cJfat thitr $IJM uttf C Uf.UU o( two hnodjd laTUoa wmtoj Comraitte, of this county, called the m4 committee together yesterday afterHOW TO FIND OUT. noon to consider the practical and to determine what rec'Pill a bottle or common water glass witburlne and let it staodtwenty (out ommendations the committee should hours; a sendiment ol settling indi- offer to the Palmer and Buckner cates a diseased condition el the kid iiioeratj in regard to the partic-Ipit'ueys. When utine stains linen it is it in the free silver primary to positive evidence of kidney ttouble candidates for city offices, Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back. Is also convincing proof called (or March 9. The situation was that the kidneys and bladder ore out discussed at length, and, the course of ordtjr. " the silver men are persuing was tit-uati- on, ag non-'aate ly iF5i I r ; upon by every There is so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's member present. It was unaniSwamp Root, the great kidney remedy mously decided to call a jothermeel-ingo- f t'jecomtnltee within the next fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys liver, bladder ten days to ptepare nn address urging and every part of tue miliary pas sages. It corrects inability to hold all sound money democrats to refrain urine and scalding pain lu passing it, from voting in the silver primary orbed effects following use ol ltquor, and to guard carefully against wine or bear, and, overcomes that un any act that might corapro-m- ls pleasant necessity of being compelled Third District their cause." to get up many Unit during the night to urinate The mild and the Republican. extraordinary effect of "Swamp Root is soon realized The editor who penned the fo"ow It stands the highest for its wonderful cutes of the most ing tiutbful lines hul evident-- beea distressing cases. If you need a there in person: ' It takes wind, gall medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and sclntilating acrobatic imagination, one dollar For a sample bottle and a railroad pass and a couble of white pamphlet, both sent free by mail, shirts to run a newspaper, but no mention Tun Hartford Republican money. Keep that for sordid trades address and send your full toPf. Klfmer&CoUinghamton, N. people who charge for their wares. Y, Tbe proprietors of this paper The Lord loves a cheerful giver. He'll guarantee the genuineness ol this of take care ol the editor. He has a charfer. vj tyr. ter Irom the State to act as a door mat for the community He will get the paper out somehow, and stand up for the town, and whoop It up lor you when you tun for office, and lie about your pigeon toed daughter's tacky wedding, and blow nbout your big footed sou when he get1, a $4a week job, andweep over jour shtiveled soul when it is released fronvyourgasping body, and smile at jrur piddy wife's second marrugc Don't worry about the editor, be II get along- The Lord only Lnows how but somehow " com--milli- ng post-office WHAT TO DO. comfort In the knowledge commented GROVE - A A'dUpitch Irom Cillf t'nia a sh irt time slrce repor ed that a body ol workmen in that State had taken li'iiuii lu l.iibor q ?; j workmen and had strung them up to trees, nearly strangling them When cut down, they were told to "get out" or wop-for this would follow. The reuf-otwas that the Japs worked so cheaply that the other workmen cruld not compete agulnst them. There is probably not a workman In this couu try whodoes not consider It a tremen1 1 J UST AS COOO FOII AD U LT. dous evil and a direct injurv to him WARRANTED. PRICE OOots. that foreign workmen come here who Oi.Li.TU, IU4k, Nor. It, ISM. rHlMltlnCo..BUlirlUH9. rear, BM boUle. willing to wotk for starvation wages .1 soldi... J.nllmenl-- W TABTKUttia Cilia, TONIC ut h.T. and who, by so doing, are tbe means OftOVK-fcvnifcl Hum me. eliefdr iburwr. la all our la the. flruif builn.u. but Mti.uc. of II wages, The object mm tolil an eriiol. tkt un HtE aalT.'ial CndU of cutting down Swtigu u ruur Tool Tfwsiral, of the Contract Labor law was to lea CO, 4r.r,CAua 4 sen this evil, and it has lessened It t ForlebyWUl$tns&BH. some Japanese CHILL TDNIE .. f TASTELESS e i Toe older generation of negro worn en who were brought up before tbe war had the advantage of close association with gentle and refined ladies. Essentially imitated'!!-- ) the colored race is they copied the manners and grace of the people they served, and many.an old black- - mammy has the manners of a grande dame, many an old Uncle has thermanners ot a Chesterfield' The 'young negroes have had no such 'opportunities and would not have (Tsedtnpm if they had. They have chosen to Initiate class of whites, and it is as if one saw a vulgar picture ineffably seasoned by being reproduced iil glaring colors that emphatbized in every unlovely detail. They believe liberty is license, and do not know that reverence and respect are attributes that adorn the highest station. One of the saddest pictures of the passing away oi the old fashioned negroes is the loss of that negro mammy. In every southern home she was a figure unique in the peculiar j love and tenderness that surround her. In her strong arms every while baby was first laid, with the certainty that nothing amiss could befall it there. On her broad breast childish sorrows sobbed themselves out, and broken hearts were mended by the Cnalon Agrtrecmenl Mmnnhed magic of mammy's touch. Her bauds Morganfield, Ky., Feb. 4 The fusion in this county agreed to guided tbe first falteiing step, her by the sllverite and Populist com- tongue first opened the doors ot romittees has been knocked into smith- mance and marvels; her deep, soft, ereens. Mr John S. Lamb, the Pop- mellow and sweet as the voice of love ulist nominee for Representative, will crooned the lullabies that lie on the withdraw in a card in the local papers thresheold of hush aby-lan- d. The to morrw morning. This means that passing years but strengthen the ties the Populists will not vote with the that bound the black mammy and her sllverites in this county. white children. It was her province to watch over their growth and ' "mine1 you manners!" was a stern Poor I'ro.pecla. The prospect for fusion are poor. The admonition no southern two sub committees of the Democratic child dared disregard. She packed and Populist parties met yesterday, the trunk of the boy about to start to and alter a heated session of four college; she inspected the suiters who hour adjourned without accom and passed judgment; often plishing anything. The meeting of as shrewd as unconventional, upon both the committees next Wednesday tbem, sliepinned tbe vail over the will hardly do more. face of the bride, and gave sage adThe Populists do not ask much. vice on the best way to manage her They want the Democratic party to husband to her "baby" about to emsurrender the traditional rooster and bark upon the uncertain sea of matrisay they will .not vote under that mony,- In every-eveoHiie-,-joand time honored emblem. sorrow, mammy's faithful heartbeat They want the office of county like the echo of her white folks. judge; will Penn Taylor be asked to Did sickness come, what hand so get out of the way? tender on the aching brow, what They want tbe office of circuit clerk watching so unwearied as mammy's? How will the friends of John Lyddane, Who so wise in the knowledge of Tom Alexander and Ida Robertson herbs nnd simples? What breath has receive the suggestion. ever such a flavor oa that made by her They demand tbe office ol assessor. skillful bands? And when death kissThere are some Democrats who would ed the eyelids down it was mammy's like to have that office and they have loving bands that did the last sad ofsome friends who would like a chance fices for the dead and robed them tor vote for them. to burial. She folded Hilles in the They want the county represent;!-- , pulseless hand and she and her misand state senator, the only politlive tress, white mother and black mamical offices for which an election occurs my, who had both known the passion this year. and pain of motherhood who had They would like to have the office bath lost the child that had lain upon of county school superintendent, but their breasts, walked hand in hand Bob Lancaster's friends will have behind the tiny coffin to the little something to say about that. There is no reason for a fusion. graveyard in the corner of the garden There is not a doubt In tbe world as Afterwards when tbe sweet ground to the success oi the Democratic tic-e- f myrtle had hidden the mound with with it. If nothing is to be gained living green, it was mammy who by it why make it? II the offices were would go in the quiet dusk of sumat state fusion would still bebad poli- mer evenings ond bring her mistress ties and ol questionable moral nature. away fiom that hallowed spot. True, loyalty, devotion, knihgtly There is no basis for fusion. A surrender of the Democratic name or de- qualities were stamped in every Hue vice would raise a revolt among the in mammy's fine old face and made it Sometimes misfortune Democracy that not a candidate would beautiful. be elected, yet the Populists plainly befell her white people, but mammy's tell us they will listen to nothing love ueveflailed. The war came and set her free Mammy stayed on. She else. The idea of forcing the candidates for any office off the track for scorned new people, and would not Shrined in the unIf leave her own. such a purpose is preposterous. those who take to themselves the run- written history of a thousand south ning oi the parly machinery desired homes if tbe story of tbe faithful deto work a game like this they should votion of some old negro woman who have commenced sooner They might remained and served for love the peoSome have forestalled the situation butthey ple too poor pay her wages times she turned to account her talent cannot charge It. The prospects for runslon are very for cooking or nursing, and with the money thus made stye educated the bad Owensboro Press. children of her former mistress, and gave them a start in life. It anyA DISGUISED ENEMY, thing could justify slavery it was this mutual love and tenderness that exClnonic ctairhollen makes it isted between tbe black mammy and iu disguise Bdoie a pe.son their white "chlllun." knows it, he may become a victim of So few so few,oi the white children chronic catawh, Its onset my be giadu.-l- , its development insidious, now who atf privileged to ki,ow the and at last the victim finds himself lu spoiling and correcting and chiding the clutches ol a tenacious disease. ot a black mammy, wbo listen to tbe ' and the "tar A slight cold, a ttndeury to sneeze, a tales "Bretr Rabbit head, lull baby" fiom the inspired lips that puffiness in the nose and ness or crackling in tbe ears, stringy embroider the tale to huit the occasion mucus In the throat, slight cough or who miss the delicious terrpr of havwbeezlness, snoring during sleep, ing their souls scared out oi them by any one ol these symptoms should be tales ot witches and haunts. Unforlegatded as a warning. What can be tunate tittle people, who know nothing cuted In the beginning In a weekjor of a colored nurse except somebody two, by using allowed to who jeiks the little arms out ol the become chronic, may iequ.lre months tocket and stands the baby perambuof faithful treatment You had better lator in the glaring nun, while she now, lor by ud by examine millinery in a (.hop window take l'e tu-c- a may be obliged' to take it a long or flirts with a "cullud genimum" Iu jou tmn in older to get well. Pe-r- u na tan shoes and hand medown clothes, is the lemid) for catarrh. Almost wln, too has embraced the profession evetybody knows that by heorsay and ol loafing for a livelyhood. thausauds know it by blessed expe Soon the last bandana headdress The runce will be gone from the street. The Vj ru na Dtuj Manufacturing merchants will have; no more cause to Company of Co'Umbus, Ohio, are display genuine blue calico, for imisending Dr Uartimu'a latest book tation French millinery will crown every colored woman'a head, and on chronic catarrh and ellmUicdU. eases of winter tree ot , charge 64 ragged finery clothe her body. Dinah no longer will wheel thebaby carriage gtruQturj.1. englngorlWit, w,orJc pages Instructively illustrated, tlie-wor- Subscribe for The Republican and get - . all the news. well-bre- d nt y -- railway system during tho early hours ono morping. Tho railway brldgo over tho rlvor Ouso on tho London and Norwich main line near Ely was completely removed and a now wrought-iro- n bridge of ono span, of somo 300 tons of dead , weight and 130 feet long, erected la its place. Tho night was extremely dark and tho work was rendered eomowhat difficult by the prevailing high wind and heavy gusts of raid. .About 1:30 a. m. operations were begun by removing tho rails and 'upper Half an hour later tho first of tho Iron glrdors, 'which numbered 20 ia all and weighed about six tons each, was A nong the bills introduced In the lifted out by powerful steam cranes Tho Legislature are one to send, inebriates and shunted on to trucks. work was completed by 7:30 a. m. to a goidcure at the expense' of the Preparations were now mado for county; one "to stop any train at any placing tho new brldgo, which had where any passenger desires station been previously eroctcd on staging to get off;" one to force corporation alongside the old brldgo, into posito completely disclose their butsnesi tion. This was effected by Blowly an'! surrender to the municipality all hauling the entire structure by profits over 6 per cent ; one for the means of powerful winches flxod on both river banks. The bridge itself confiscation of the plants of corporested on trolleys running on rails rations, and one-- to regulate "any laid along the abutments. Tho next, minister, priest, or any person having business was to relieve tho trolleys charge ol a church," when he tails to of their 300 tons of dead weight and prrctice what he preaches. Did we to lower the bridge, by powerful omit the name of this Legislature? Is hydraulic jacks oa to Its permanent This done, rails wore it necessary to say that it is the Kan- supports. laid, tho permanent way was mado sas Legislature? Ee good, and tho mala line connection completely restored, with a delay to Croup, the great enemy of childhood, succumbs at once to the sooth -- only ono trala of the ordinary Sunin ( Influence ot Dr. Bell's Tar Honey. day service. London Times. Bronchial affections lose their danger when this great remedy is at hand. Professors' Salaries. Nn home should be without it. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. When tho University of Chlcogoj good' was started it was COULD NOT AGREE. policy to seouro olght thought of thol or ten best men in the country by offering of theta Popullst-SlivoritAttomptAt $7,000. the unprecedented salarymen But asido from tho few Fusion In Davioos a Failthus favored for a special reason at. tho beginning, other salaries have ure. beer fixed upon about tho scale that obtains at Yale, Harvard and half a, Owensboro, Ky.. Feb. 3. The sll dozen other s institutions. vente and Populist subcommittees In othor words, $5,000 is tho maxiof reven me rubers each, recently apmum that any instructor may hope pointed to effect fusion arrangements, to reach, while tho rank and fllo of met at the court house this morning the mou aro paid from $1,000 to for joint conference. The sllverite $2,600. ' A Truthful Advsrtlser. committeemen announced that they had no proposition to offer. A Newark hardwaroman is ad-- 1 Populist Chairman T. S. Pettit vcrtlsing thero is a great drivo in then offered a fusion resolution for a sails, a sharp competition ia razors division ot the offices and providing and a rapid movement in knives and that he device on the ballot should be forks. a rooster, a blow and a hammer. Capt. Sam Jones offered a resolution favpring tbe silver dollar as devici. The sllverites nfoved to adopt the rooster only as a ballot device. This wa&loston a tie vote sevenDemocrats for. seven Populists against. The Populists then moved to adopt the Globe-Democr- at Pel f it device and also to adopt the Semi-weekl- y device. Both motions were lost James by a party tie vote. The conference $1.75. adjourned, alter debatiug nearly all day, without taking further action. The commltte will meet again ThursTr.v.l- - hrrln .1 Kqn tit. day,, February 11. A good stoiy m told of the late Captain R. B Foibes, who was BEALISTIO PBA0TI0E, lntereslcl 'n &oi'e seventy sail of fine Account of Recent Trial of Military vesiels, and who built many clippers for the India and China ti?de befoie Maneuvers in Austria. The Austrian fortress maneuvers the general npp'iciliou of steam. It of Przemysl In Galicia were of an seems that while testing the wiling exceedingly realistic character, fully qualities of a i, .she charged field ammunition being em- was sll ltd: by a squnll in Boston ployed. Tho works of dofenso and Harbor, fell on her side, lilltd with attack were commenced on Septem-,bc- r water, and went down. Fc .uualely 11 in tho emperor's presonce. she had a boat iu to v, wh'ch b.iveJ Tho work was pushed oa during tho night, In spite of heavy rain, and all hands. He would not stilt a shc:t tho beslogors successfully repulsed nor luff he, into the wiud to prevent a sortie. Notwithstanding these her being caps'zet'; he was dete.mlnd obstacles, tho construction ot bat- to know what hhe could do inahquall, teries was complotod early oa tho even at the isk of his life and tbe 12th, with tho guns in positloa and lives ol select paityof nautcalfiiends ready for opening fire. The assail- he had with him; and although th s ants then evacuated their works, experiment may have been ol Inteiest and the defonso opened a real fire oa Forbes, it is doubtful tho works erected. At noon tho 10 Captain signal to "cease flro" was given, and' whether his invited guests relished It was found that tho flro of tho do- their position. Later she was roi.ed fenso had been very effective. Dur- without much trouble and had her ing its progress, moreover, tho ef- spare reduced. For years afterwards fects were observed from a balloon. ! she was famous along the coast of A further bombardment ot this China for her speed, From Harpei's works ot tho assailants ia tho presRound Table. ence of the emperor was put a stop to by pouring rain. The next day, Sunday, was a day of rest, and on tho 14th the emperor witnessed a bombardment by the besiegers with live shell ot a 'permanent fortification, ia front of which wore advanced batteries and ontrenchments. After tho, signal ! "ceaso flro" was given, at noon an inspection demonstrated tho terrible effects of modora ortll.Qryoo fortifications. At night, as soon as! The use of the iturgeon' knife la beit was dark, tho assailants proceed- coming aar general, resulting fatally lu audi large number of cases, as to ed to oxecuto works of approach. occasion general alarm. Several infantry engagements tooki Mr. William Walpole.of WaUhtown, 'place, nnd various processes of illuSouth Dakota, writes) "About mination were experimented with. three years ago, there came tinder blotch about tho Early next morning the works of my left eye a little lze of a small pea. boslogcrs were sbolled by the) the Itgrewrapldly,and shooting palua ran defense, who used both their posl- in every direction tlou guns and their flold pieces. The1 I became alarmed TV Asif effects were then ascertained. Durand consulted a ing tho following night operations good doctor, wbo pronounced it canwore continued on both sides, and la cer, and said that it tho morning, tho besiegers having, must be cut out. succeeded in destroying tbe adThla I would not vanced works of tbe defense and consent to, having silencing tho flro of tho guns enlittle faith in tbe filading tho foreground of tho work Indiscriminate use of the knife. Read-luof the manv cures made by 8. 8. rihMnn frti nn nqHAlllt. thftv ftlrillfMlfld a., I determined to give that medicine tho mines which thoy hod laid, and, a trial, and after I had taken it a few proceeded td storm the fortification. days, tbe cancer became Irritated and 'Tills terminated the maneuvers,, began to discbarge. This after awhile which wore highly Instructive, nl-- J ceased, leaving a small scab, which only droppedoff, though of courso they were not aoj finallyscar remained andmark a healthy to the place little accurato reproduction of an actual: where tbe destroyer had held full away. siege, in bo far as the assailants dldl nqt work under flro. Rovua doj Real Blood Remedy. Cerclo MlHtalro. Cancer 1 la the blood and It 1 folly toexrct an operation tocurelt. 8.8.8. QUITE A FEAT, ituarantud Jnrly vtettaW la a real An Interesting Piece of Rapid Strucreuicoy iur ctci disease of the blood tural Engineering Work, Tlonha jnallcd free I An interesting piece of rapid attdrei Swift Spe crosS-tlmber- s. I os first-clas- S - has taken a step forward, or backward, in the process of evolution. Tl house is unswept the food dusty plcknin ly spraw's ut heeded across the c.ibtn door, f ir tli-- . new colored woman has got a bicycle and is taking a spin up the avenue Instead of spinning at home But we know whit it was to he roi bed to sleej) in the loving arms of a ick mammy, look back sorrows fill y and mourn the vanished grace of a day that is dead, and regret the cv lution that isbrlnging to the front cotord New new woman. th O dns Picayune. accomplished on tfio PKuFEUSWflAL Jna.H. Ulenti, CARD. J.N. It. Wedding LAWYERS, (Office, oier Anderson'. Buj.or ) Will practice their profession in at the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. mmIT square. M. I,. James .. SmalttL, IT I IK HARTFORD, KT. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adt'owing counties, and coart of Appeals. Special attention given t collections. Office east side of pur!f Heavrin. Shelby Taymjr RitorneysalLaw HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beavkk Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, ;i 4 ! Attorney at Law, Will practice his nrofesainn in nil tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also .Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Haktfokd, Ky. OA0TOHIA. $c&te Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. The Republican and the St. Louis for Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. DE3. one year Alt orney at X,&w, HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. 3E. 3XTJESAl.1Lm, (tbnnty Attorney) KY. clippei-ichcoiie- HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to making &o.t also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. . Attorney JNO. B. WILSON, &t Law Attorney ai Law Ky. Hahtfobd, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Oflir-f-l with T. .1. HmitB & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Attorney at Law, Hurtford, Ky., Will practice and adjoining tention given to his care. building. his profession in Ohio counties. Special atto all business entrusted Office in Renjbihuh J.B. VIOKERS, Too Attorney at t,aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all the Courts oi Ohio Special nt and adjoining counties. Office tention given o c'ollcctlr ns. with County Aitumey. HOTIOJS, ARMISTEAD JONES, Much Knife I W1KT CTCrr man and woman in the TTnlt' States Interested la the Oiilam and Wbl.li hablta to nave one pf my books oa these di eases. Address II. SI. Wooller. Atlanta, Ua Dox SSI, and pua will be tent 70a tree. lu J.llew June I. No. 4t- No. 4 dtn. deily West bonrd L Louisv lie 7 55 ii m 6 30 p ii. Co L, I,olilvllU,l!t.ii-tero- nt) n ANt I.unla 11a I vl 1 1 Biandnnuvrg ... . . ' M h Irvington itikmk I, Stephen poit h Clovetpott . L Hawgsvlllc . . I, Owent-borAr Hendereon . ..922 .. .. . 11 12 . ia ( 9 49 10 2B to 47 15 8 20 8 9 it. 7 55 a A l5puilo.j8 - 944 No. 44. dan. 2 55 3 55 4 33 S 17 pn-I- 11 55 , WW rr No 4daily Bast boand L Hennerson . . . 7 20 n m . . 8 25 Owctltboca L UawesviUp 9 25 ICtoverpoit . . . 9 S I, Stephsnpori . . 10 11 1051 LlrvloRton L Bmndouburg . tl 18 Ar IttUvlllsf- . 12 45 p m J Jf 3 "1 m .... ... nx 6 ill SM oo T7TT-- 639 1 TIWI2 TAM.K I. 1'. It. H. IIHAVKK - : I OOINQ BAST. KY. A Local Freight No. sea a 6 oo a. m. No. 322 a I pj p. iu. Mall No, 201 a 7 25 p. ru. Fast Mall GOIKO. was. all.' cific Go- - " ai-Mf- Ii ,YJk,-iUi- , sss WKST. Fast Mail No. 201 a 7 17 a. in. No. 221 a 12 25 p. m. Mall Local Freight No. 291 03 25 p. m. It. MSttRICK, Ajt, isfw-wwr- . .mm. i ii'mih' !) done, and that people of this district came forth, it was hooted at by the Will rebukfe tttCcowardly and undersame Democratio party. It was held FRIDAY, FEBRUARY $, 1897. We take the. following letter from hand attacks on Judge Owen In n deTho up to ridicule and scorn. mighty, however, have fallen. They the Louisville Commercial regarding cisive manner. Offloo on Fox Stroot. M "Curntl'k" In favor BJBHi have been relieved of tho burdens ol Circuit Judge W. T. Owen; What Will Thoy Do? In Kentucky we have borrowed our Every Friday nl Ilnrlfonl, Ky. governing tho ot Hood's Brsp4riUa, 1 1 tho last What are the gold democrats going Slate, and la m tnedt- M lor no oth circuit coutt system directly from the 8AM A. ANDERSON. Editor. election twelve of tho electoral Votes English, and Indirectly from the Jews; to dorWe. herehlsquestlon put forth elne. Its great euros recorded In truthful, Major Mcmore than, of)c,q, nut as yet no de- convincing Ungutge ot grateful men and tho we have had this system ever since Subscription, $1.26 por yoar of State were cast for finite answer has been given. Itseems woman, coiutltato IU moat effective adKinley. The' most Interesting feature Kentucky was admitted as a state. vertising. Many ot thoM cures are Entered at the at Hartford of this stato of affairs, is, that tho that they are "keeping perfect They hivo won the oonOdenco ot Some ot the ablest Jurist of the as second class mail matter. the'oTd colored man said, tho peoptt) bva given Hood's Bartapa Democratio party, once securo in its Kentucky coutt of appeals were cirattdnd6ne can tell what action they rill the Wgeit stlca In the world, and bupposedBtrength is now tho weakest, cuit court judges before their elevaAnnouncements DemotnUc Ticket tor IU manufacture have md8 will take njhture elections, most abject party in tho Stato. It tion to the bench ol the highest trib- -' We are authorized to announce late war the the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's , Alter the" close ot the has been soundly beaten by the ReBanapaxlUt la known by the euro It has unal in this state.- - Among this cate- rebel, ELI H. BROWN democrat who had gone out made cures ot Scrofula, salt rheum and As a candidate for Circuit Judge 61 publicans, and it now presents to the gory may be Included Benjamin Mills, "gajnat their, coutry, honestly conecxema, "enrn ol rheumatism, neuralgia the Sixth Judicial District, Subject to oyes'ol the people this pitiable scene: Alvin Duvall and Wlllam S. Fryor. re- and wetik nerves, cures ol dyspepsia, llvar the action o( the Democratic party. . It is on its knees beforo tho once der The pteseut chief Justice oi the Ken- victed .;thougb they were. turhcdllrpuf the" war and began or- troubles, catarrh cures which prove We ate authoiizcd to announce tucky coutt oi appeals, before his ganizing theff spisod Populists crying out In its agopatty with an eye to W. T. OWEN ny: "Save us'Pops or wc perish." election to the bench of that tribunal, gaining political power, but this was As a candidate ior as Clr. .IV hen wo say Democratio party, wo was a circuit Judge. The late Hon. upntu work Until 'the plan or comcult Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss Henry J. Stites had a very high regard trict, subject to the action ol the refer to that smashing aggregation fo the circuit Judiciary of this state; bining with Ufcrrfocrats who wore r who were going to elect V. J. Bryan Union unforms, ctmeihtothelrtnlnds. Democratic party. In fact, so high, that he felt honored and give us "freo silver nr bUBt." And .this piattx worked effectively For Commonwealth's Attorney. la the beit-- ln (act the One True Blood IiuUer. when the people elected him a circuit as history Union democrats, We are authorized to announce e c,,re ner Illsi raiy to Judge, although he had been chief though'vlctorsrjn, freo silver pa. Some EDWARD E. KELLY a fierce contest, HOOfJ 8 PHIS tke,eytoopra'.sec Justice of the Kentucky court of apwere absorbed, by .the vety men who As a candidate for Commonwealth's pers in this State are disposed to Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dis make capital out of the state of af- peals. fjinilSnle for Tnxrn. had fought them and the result was The circuit Judge In my district thatln-mcat'bi- ' trict, subject to the action ol the fairs By vlttue ot Taxes due the State ol Kentucky's counties now existing at Eddy ville peniDemocratic party. (Sixth judicial district oi Kentucky), theylield pov&fHIntu a year or two Kentucky and county ol Ohio for the tentiary and the Uppkinsville Asy- composing the counties of Daviess, For I'onuly Attorn ago when a revolution came and they year 1896,1 or one of my deputles.wlll lum. Tbeso matters while seemingly mcLean, Ohio and Hancock, Is the We are authorized to announce wereotedOutHti'ritany places. Now, on Monday, March r, 1897, between unforU'nate are not bo, but when Hon. W. T. Owen. J. B. VICKERS we see the sifvSf ' democracy which hours of 10 o'clock n m. and 4 o'clock Inthelnerestof Judge Owen, who reared, Asia candidate for the office of Couns given caroful thought will give good against .the coun p. nt. at the Coutt House door; In ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject citizens reason to congratulate them-- is & candidate for desire try Jast year, eijdeiyqring to. make Hartford. Ohio county, Ky., 'expose to the Democratic party. solves because .of tho fact that wo I (with, your pcrtnjsslc-- Mr. Editor) to peace, ihat they may get together and to public sate, to the highest bidder have a set of official who will cxanw call the attention ol the people of the We are authorized to announce th,e,rejjy secure, hp arlQua,, offices lor cash in hand the lollowlng propP. L. FELIX ine into matters and. who will hew to district to the personal and profession;wilUhfactionavgeJ; togttherl Will erty, (or so much therenl ns may be As a candidate ior the office ol Coun- the line let the chips fall wberq they al career of Judge Owen. money oemocrrat go with necessary to satisfy amount ol tax ty Attorney ol Ohio county, subject may. The hue and cy raised at Judge Owen is a native of Breckeu-- t jthe sound . . those men who have, abused and chas- and costs) to the action of the Democratic patty. these institutions is clearly the result ridge county, Ky., and abont fotty. tised tbeni Name. Acres. Tax & cost outrageously and ? FoOR years of clover, but notot of one or two things or both: Either years ago he began the practice ol law Will trfedo1 as" did the Union Brown E W J ft .9 Calhoon. After practicing there for Q rover. inefficiency and mismanagement or at democrats', give? tEelr votes and get Brown James M 3 3 .9 fifteen years; he removed to his. preCarter R L political spite and meanness. This So .naught in return?1 -Fanagraph. 5 33 sent home, .is at Owenboro. .TV,Husk, W J It might be said of W. J. Bryan's paper not knowing the facta cannot .For sixteen whieh he was the senior "5 41 years How to. Git X Tnbllc oniee-Man- y 16, lecture tour, that it "ran in the take upon lUslt the responsibility of Matlock 'Vm 150 destrabiii offices are within partner of the law firm of Owen & Montgomery,! G 100 8 09 ground." giving an opinion In these mailers. Ellis. This Una was composed of the gift of Ihe riewf administration. Shepherd.' II D 100 "39 It can say however that there is a, More people than we think, ore striking contrast between tho action Judge Owen and Hop. W. T Ellis, Those' who .wish to know what places Tooley, Susanah g 6 41 and had a very Urge clientage, and. can be had. and hoW to get them, can Bishop, Thompson simply afflicted with a want of good oi 53 426 our Republican officials on these it existed until the election of Mr. obtain this information by sending Richardson, TJ common sense. 37 5 r matters, and that of Democratio offiEllis to congress. 75 cents to Soule"& Co, Washington, Growbarger, W L 4 88 40 Although having a lucrative prac- D. C, Jor;tKer"ti. S. 'Blue Book," Thomas, Wm W Sunday is valentines day and cials when Mr. Tate was mismanag39 541 affairs at Frankfort. Our Re tice, in 1886 the friends ofJudge Owen showing-al- l goverment offices and McDaniel, Lindsay 250 . . . will be fired ing much wasto paper publican Administration has shown desired that he become a candidate Salaries with Civil Service rules, for both 1S95 and 1S96, . $50 55 through the mail. n.u'dslibns,etc Under that it will correct abuses if there are ior circuit Judge which he did, against TOWN tOTS TOR 1896 The next four years of the Nation's any and that. our. officials will bo Hon.L. P. Little. Alter a heated but pfescht lawsTwomen stand in equal James, Mrs S J t lot . . f4 30 History will be recorded as having made to walk, straight and show not unfriendly campaign,. Judge Lit-s- ie chance wTthtnett for positions that Tinsley, ML I " 4 89 was nominated over Judge Owen insure" ft co&fortab'le income for life. Baker, Jesse I ". 484 been an era of great prosperity, good clean hand. Mr. Bradley in his first, by small majority. The "Blue Uook,0'give3 complete Vauglin.G W Adm'r'i lot . . . 5 13 race charged that rascality was being will and peace amtng men. was no friction between But there for office seekers' of both Hull, J J 1 for yews 185595 $ro.75 perpetrated at Frankfort, but there C. P. KEOWN, Sheriff. A prominent feature of what used was no investigation or attempt at the distinguished gentlemen. Judge sexes, and is besides a valuable book ' to be the Democratic party, is, that It correction and thetitato lost heavily. Little and Judge Owen, and in his pf reference much: In demand, Nonnli Like (laoil TIiiipk. ' ' Judge , '- .has loreaken its timo honored princi A Democratio administration would present race for Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 7. A revival Protection Come Flrat. Owen has no watmer Iriend than pies, and is now engaged in a wild not investigate tho charges and the The Free Trade Boston "Herald" of ludnatry is beginning up Mouoiga Judge Little. dash for county offices in this Btate. la setting up the cry that President bala valley, which is oxpected wi'l reHence' we say result is well known. In, his canvass in 18S6, a number that the people should note with pleass of people would say to Judge Owen: McKinley and his 'supporters should sult soon in placing every manufacHon. D. H. Smith was elected the fact that Republican oificials "Wait until the next time comes and hold an extra stssloh. of Congress for turing plant in full operation. from this district it 13 true, but he ure the purpose of reWrmlag our currenThe. Homestead Steel Works, of tho will, through a Republican adminiswe will elect you." In 1892 the next can not be elected, neither can other cy system aud should let the Tariff Carnegie Company, started up full Republican tration, be made to give us a good term came und Judge Owen was nomiDemocrats be elected. A wait, claiming that the Tariff was a this evening in all departments, giv public service or else step down and nated for circuit Judge without oppowill be elected from this district. suborilna'telssjieln, the late. campaign ing employment to 4,000 men. sition by the Democratic party and ant) t.hat M.rrc1y nley owed out. This is the word with the bark on it. his elecBeginning with this evening, the elected without much opposition. tion to .his financial policy. We Judge Qwen has been circuit Judge should.like.Vu A DvCcerthe Enemy. In the counties of this State where thXrst pjacto ask Wcstinghouse Electric Works nt E.vt "Half a loaf is better than no of this district for four years, and the Herald'' to,; what Major McKiu- - u"burK w'" bt'u, w ,eru,e in all and the Poputhe Silver Democrat , day and itijjbt lists have fused, the Populists have bread' is the old saying; and half neither this or any other district ever lev owed hla. nomination. It. jibs -- vj turns. Tbo WestitiRhouee Machinegotten the lion's share of the offices, Free Trade is better than no Free had a better one, He is a painstaking been acknowledged in the "Herald's" and conscientious Judge own columns many ke Works at which is another striking example of Trade at. all, according to the Free tjpes that Major Works and the .Trado and Mugwump newspapers. The scripture use the term "men McKinley? Y.rom'inimce' and his conWilrderding will go on in fuM this tho notorious fact that the tail of times Tiiey know that the Wilson law with pleasers." sequent noml'uatfon'l'were due wholly week. wags the dog. Judge Owen is not a "manpleaser" to his Tariff record.' its vicious ad valorum schedules are Tho Edgar Thomson Steel Works Next, we would There is a difference of opinion as doomed; they have read its fate in by any means, but a just Judge, who beg to say to the "Herald" that resumed last evening in fuU in all realizes his high calling, realize the to which day is ground hog's day. election ofMaJorMckldlfey'a vote came departments. returns ever since the that it is February wretched thing of "shreds and patch1-es-" purpose for which he is a Judge, and from those?" jftio (ranted a new Tariff Some maintain TbePiltaburg Wire Works at Brad fearlessly pet form his duties. enacted" at inVfir'sf opportunity. dock will resume lull in all depart2nd, while others say it is February becamo a law. But the Free in the state law There is not a lawyer 14th. This is an important matter .Traders think there 's no usq giving 10 cuusuii wc wauca 01 ments this week. Tho rod and wire ., more familiar with the deslslon and .t. is usual ,1' "' rinauy, 11 the lr we would be pleased for some of up tho old ship altogether. and They say rulings of the court of appeals of Ken- iuc majority. department will start to night and ' believes that the tbo copper wire and nail department Herald" ifeall our friends to settle this matter. to themselves, "Even a raft from the tucky than Judge Owen. His standiTariff was a subordinate issue in f he is ground hog day, and why old timbers is better than no ship at ngWhich at the Kentucky court of appeals late campaign', 'weUhould like to reso called! So rushed arc the Bradihck Wit.c all." And so they fill the papers and is very high, and as lew of his decis- fer it to speeches made by Major Mcmagazines with articles, purporting to ions are reversed as any inferior Works of the consolidated steel and Kinley during the campaign. Not a large array of small fry polThat be from the pens of Protectionists, Tudge In the state. When a case is sub- speech" which discussed the issues wire company that alt departments, iticians, who conceived the idea that similar to the one in the "Forum" on mitted to him no lawyer litigant need failed to make th'e Tariff prominent, are on full time. Major McKinley would be merely a feel any uneasiness that there will The National Tube Works at "Middle Ground on the Tariff," and almost every speech discussed the tool in the hands of Mr. Hanna, aro "moderate" duties and "free not be a thorough investigation of Tariff first and':,chiefly are operating at Over and invited to view tho men selected for capacity, but the firm expects raw materials,'' and they bring to the all the law and facts of his case, and over again) Major' "McKinley declared We were given Cabinet portfolios. all the selfish manufactures, usually the correct decision is. made, that the first thing to be done was to within a few weeks to get all departto understand in the outset, that Mr. front and uo man is who have been notorious free raw hut if Judge Owen errs, The Duquisne Steel repeal the existing TatlQ law and to ments on. McKinley is his own master and proInfallible, it is an error of the head enact Works started up in full last evening, one "vvlilch v?ould give: Protecmaterial Free Traders for tho last poses to be prudent in fact as well in And not of the heart He has. as clear tion to American'' jabor. Major Mc- The report that the buainess outlook, generation, and. bolster them up as name. In the selection of a Secretaand analytical .mind as any lawyer Kinley and'lil'sn'iipofters,. in! propos- so far as quantity and work is considcamples of the manufactures of tbo it) the state, and can grasp a legal ing to'' give ''fmm'eMiatej ry ot the Treasury tho interest of the attention to ered, is good, but that low prices still country, and say, "lo! these be man proposition very readily. people and not the masters of politii the'Tariff- - ale'only' carrying out the and Protectionists, ufactures and It Is true that his enemies say that pledges which tn'ey gave aud to carry prevail. cians seems to have been Mr. m freo and only he la too tender-heartethey want raw material but is this a out whicn the voters' elected them Thus far no man motive. i'oint ri.iMrtv.vr. 'moderate' duties on manufactured fault? 3 Mr. L. II. Cond'ct, of Hartford, can say that there is a power behind Rx. Why should" anybody else goods. t, is visiting his father, Mr W. F. A bead full Ot intellect, without a the throne. There is every reason to want Protection when these men do heart lull of kindness, is'a lamp with- Hjr MetBbYrac Titt' Ha this. week. believe that Major McKinley has the demand 'it?" Then they urge the out light; a firmament, withoutasun; About Hood's Sarsaparilla and advisThe protracted meeting at Iho resiinterest of his people and country at not to recognize the Free a curse, and not a blessing." is the kind of dence of William Hardin's closed If st ed mer to try will give us a pro. Republicans heart and that he judge Owen's judical career has advertising "which, Ogives Hood's Sar- Monday night. Trade Democrats who bolted their tective and prosperous administration. When saparilla. the: largest sales in the ticket and agree on a tariff bill that been eminently successful. Enos and Jrhn Elliott, of Oaviera Judge.Samuel laid down his Judicial world. Friend tells, triend that Hood's county, visited relatives here this a Populist wants to test the love will not offend them. If Let not the hearts of Protectionists Office he challenged scrutiny Into his Sarsaparilla scutes; - that it gives week. tho Democratic party has for them, strength, health;! 'vitality and vigor, This is the old device 1 official career in this language! fusion proposition be submitted be troubled. let a Willie, and Lewis Jones spent last "Behold; here I am. Witness and whole ueJghboYhoods''ruse It 'as 'a When they are in a county where a Democratic nom- of a beaten enemy. Saturday and Sunday with relatives family medicine.' ination is er.uivalant to an election whipped in the field they sneak into against me before thelord, and His and iriends over, the creek. . and that love will be tested at once. Vonr councils and trVtowin bv finesse annotated. Whose ox have I taken? . 'Hood'S'Pills act easily au4 prompt of whooping cough . The many-case-s Look for instance, at Daviess county, what tho' jailed to win by brute force.' Or wbbseass have I taken? Or whom ly QrfthellVM dou bowels. Cure-sicreported at tbit place are improving. op- - headache. as friends have I defrauded? Whom have I Union county, Hardin county, and But their masquerading Mr, Wade Tiehepir i tiiffiiring Jai ?a. we could name a dozen other counties. and allies will notdeceive their coni pressedftrOr,olJYhns4 hand I.icceivcd. considerably with a sore band. or , wifpl, to blind ray eyes therewith? Ufnih In these counties the Democrats ecofl querers. Their adroit trick in trying any bribe 'Mr. W. P. Condict was called to rtynod, who Dr, J pb 1 McHgrjry at the idea of a fusion and say, "d n to shift the issue away from free trade And I will restore it to you." died a Shelby.yjUe ,Ky;, Friday tho bed eido of liU sulcr, Mrs. Alney And the people with one vole testithe Populists, we don't need them. did not succeed. The great battle who .is fied: to the ptf illy and" impartiality night, was the.jnemj;w of Judge John Ticbeuor, of Ceutertown, They can go to h 11." The same was fought and won more upon tbo of his judicial careerfand their testi H. Mcjlenry. Sr jSjpjoueer,,citlzen of quite sick, condition oxista in Ohio county toissue of Protection than anything mony was Warren Brown and' wife, of Equalriot more, Hardly or unani- Owensboro, and tbejyfore acousln ol The bosses of tho Democratic else. The idle woolen mills, of New mous day. M3, Or,. Hale anil ity neighborhood, visited relatives than the testimony of the peo Mrs, Robert party sit around aud talk of how "we York aud Connecticut and tho smoko-les-s pie of this circuit should be to the Mr L S. Mcllenfjft; Harwiwd hero this week. have hoodwinked the Populists how chimneys of the Now Jersoy pot- purity and Justice ot their Julge. was SS yea"8 old. jjioSi.orns f the most Robert James, f Centcrtown, viswo have killed them of and got them teries had their say on election day. Like Samuel, no one can be 'found prominent p'tvslerans ,pf the State. ited hia lather, Sam JnmeH thh week, American all in the Democratio party' Tliofo Let not tho unweary be deceived. All to Teproach Judge Owen with having He was a membeVof f. 0. Democratic) politicians are without this twaddle about 'moderate' Proshown partiality to the ricji and pow- Medical' Assoclatmn. the Kentucky principle.tbey aro without any morals tection and "free raw materials," erful, or o( having oppressed the p or State Jjfedlcrl Socjejty, and was Prest- - j Just Hocolvod and have tried their comes from the enemy; it is a pure add weak in any of his Judgements, dent of Ills Coun,ty0 JuedicaJ, Associaor 75 bushels te cleaned clover seed, 200 ' He belonged to the .Masonic having perverted Jmtlcs in any tion, imfamous business upon the Populist Free Trade effort to save ns much as grass and timothy seed and lots ot broUier of.the Iate Itiiitftnce whatever, through rJtar, order. .lie was party, by working on a few of the possible from the November wreck. sectlo its that will be sold at. lowest through favor or thiou-j- iutereit. In Senator HarK0o4. f.rdistlngulshwl" cash pr.ces. supposed prominent Populists, and economist. Bg stock ol Oliver pilvate Hfejndgc Oweu4?JHPproi!tchV JawyerjShehyivUJenivittlrer. Two car "Chilled ptowaand repairs. expect the rank and file of the Populoads ot furniture, chairs, cookstoves, ab.lus:aeYolion.to(&trouytna list party to follow like sheep to the ptpvea the merit of etc etc., just coming-in"LookHoro Good Pooplot" .irdiil8iUivu:14wcaAadurln2 his Experience Watch for slaughter pen. Sarsapar.lfla; curea all Lour spring advertisement. Something Our buyer, Mr. Jones, . .is .now ju JongJcgal career no one bes ever Hood's diseases,' tones the is "Oulne tgnlrop." forms of ills Integrity or honesty. atomicfr, blood urfHne nerves', Some five or six years ago pet .BuLauislniTinjT .nn.largo stock of questioned Yours for trade, buitds 1 J'V t ' , .... sa'd . general raen?anui .nciuutog overy- - It can be"tuthfully of G ol, lilin; "He 'iv Un wa had hatter sav ton M m xl,'s creation Is the noblebt work store, Re. an -t- he Democratic patty of this Slate lh.lnS kePl Pluasant Ridqb, Kv. For Magistrate in the Hart lord honestjaian, ur n innm was dominant and arrogant. At that iiHniiiHr wh niiv !i I Were to criticise his character Magisterial District vjejinnounce Mr. or Bnla time it was thought that a roan could stores and get the very bottom prices I would say he was too altruistic. , J.S.Lee, of Sulphur,. Springe, a?a A scholarship iu the Lelugton hardly be respectable aud be a Ito We now have in stock a 'big lot of It has always been an nnwjltten candidate. Mr Iee is a good subgrass and clover seed, also the celelw in state to Indorse a Judge after stantial citizen, a Republican and Business College. A scholarship in publican, When the Populht party brated Olivet chilled plows anil re- hhf first ienn, provided .he .has made would make a, gcjxfoflicial It he Is llryant and Stratton Uuslness College. pairs for same. This- u1e nominated and' elected.' He was a A 'cholraship In King's Commercial even a jtepectablcufHclal. College. A scholarship in Kenyon 411 wow Morkhiatv, Jotnu &Co as iuit ui tltintuu h mid be applied In tue case or n private in the Clvl War. He will no College dutf g qsnoo p.g H-- a y, eminent Jurist as JndgeOwen, by n(l doubt have- a large following In the Cebtretown, ntffw imum turn Apply at thlsofliceand we will save Feb. 8, 1897. ypu big money. means, and I opiue that it will be conveutron. Hartford Republican. JODOE W. T. OWEN. I..nt Cures 81 With a Firm CONVICTION OF THE mar-relo- post-offi- ce qule-tridV'- neerr TURN OF eSPEStlTY AND A - Hoods Sarsaparilla ; ri" Revived of ,ttfeihe8& We aro making great preparations .teJls-vTb- two-byf- our .; SPRING TRADE, for a big ; r, fixed . In order to do tliis -- wo. have 1 ..t f - - a price on everything, thai mil '' 'M" n"f''?ii' 1 iOiii .'xtfit Kite make them go. It is not nepessa-r- y for iisto give prices on ".oyory i ? - article m the. house, but will give ';.:- sev-erly- you a lew and you can come .and --' ' 1 !'. . 9 see for yourselves. '-: - ( )" " f . , BcitCtjlico ' ' ' Hoavy Factory Cotton '.. 1 ' A Pair of Jeans Pants .A Man's Suit of Clothes A Good Overcoat. ..... ...... ..;.....,. ...".;.... .' ..-. - . - J .'40 .'. c oc ..COc .....'........... .. ,v .3.. . v. . v... ... t.. -- ....... . V .2.60, A Boy s Suit ,. Men's Boots(small lut 10s and. lhonly)-'.v;c.- .. ... II A Kico.Wardrobo ......; ,..., .....,,.. A '' ...?.... .. ''. n 4'S, .12,50 oc . .$7.60 THESE PRICES r will oil ly I asi about liree weeks. COME' AND SECURE .SOME' ". "7 ""''t BIG BARGAINS. ARSON & CO, 5H- i "" - hard-workin- g Air-bra- 'ATTENTION REPUBLICANS. AUSTIN HOTEL - Cnoy OoiiTnil.H C'nllKt ! itifiiie tar 1'annt to X.minal'e.Caa nine-tent- F. O. AU8T1N, M'g'r., 531 Woat Market troot Bo twnon 5th and 6ih, rb. it n.v. ...wNta in,- cV M, nnrri.lv v .cnaiuM- x ,' .j't ft;f it-- M.M m Ilarilertf,'' ' j Mondajr. IS, litT, - aitttrn t.'," n , . Louisville, Ky. Clbuks ; J. R I.. BAKRR aUd T. O. DAKER. florid! THE FARM, preeR.R.Fare F1RESI0E COLONY, three-fourt- hs FIEUUNO happy, prosperous community in the most delighilul pait ot the State. Fend forcopy of A The Snt.Trnplflrfrn Crlrlorlri lir.UNANDO OnOOKSVILtH, j i iiKnfxvr RiBA IlOTRt. d, Con-die- Winter ifeallh Resort The place for any who are aflected with pulmonary, lung, throat or chest troubles. Write for booVltt: also lor list of valuable lands and homes for settlers; land growing corn, tobacco, sugar cane, oranges and all fruits, oats, etc. Property at remarkably low prices. Address, J. Watkins Lkb. firooksville, VU. .Vollre At a call meeting ol the County Ktpublican Executive Committee last Monday at the Court House it was ogrted that the convention to nbml-n.tt- e a Republican tcaudldnte lor Representative Irom Ohio' 'county,' would be, cal!ednt"the tfrne 'ot'thf Convention to nom'Iuate a candidate tor Circuit Judge and Common. wealth s Attorney and Clerk of.tbe. Courtot Appeals, &c,, a.nd not at. the Convention called to ' nominate county oflScers on February 15. W A. GM30.V, Ch'tu'n. jNd, P Mortdh, Sec'y. k At a meeting ol ' tho nepublici'n'' Commiueo . ol Ohio' county ' hetf-l- n -- ' r Hartford, Kr., on Baturday," 28tb, 3896, ft was ordered, Republican voters of Ohio coUntyue called to'rScetlh' Convetitidn,', at tjte Court House in Hartford, Kyi. oE. 16, 1897. ..JjM o'clock a, m. to nominate candidates for, the various, county ivi'd .Justices. district pffldes (0 be elected Nov. 2...1 ' 1897; . .; It wjuitsp ordered thai thePejpuK: licaorptcn of Ohio county- - bo .called,. . tpieet aVJbelr respective voting k precincts da'aturday, Feb. 13,1897t. ' i 1;30 o'clock p, m. to re'ect 'delft ?ates to represeataad cast the vote precincts in the aforesaid County aud Justices district conventions. It was furthermore ordered that tho basis ot representation allowed ' each precinct In said County and Justices Conventions shall bo 6ao vote for every 25 and fraction oyer " 12 cast by said prefW JorBaraqcJ Kash, the first nSmed .publican" on tho ticket voted 'jfijrot the election, November 3, 180G, proylded thatuoL precinct be deprived of having aV least two delegatec nnd votes,' will aljow precln'ets to name delcgaeil2 -' as follows? , , , . O liitav uoniuiu . . , Iot. th'alW. f i . tW" :' 5 If oi M,;f . . . Beda Sulphur. Springs Magttn . ,. , wcsvJtartlord ... . ... 't' ' Cfprawcll. Cdlpflngs , M :,:'o . . . .5' v, , Cta, Ir . Rock port , V . , , . . Select Horse Branch , Rosino . . . , Beaver Dam . . , ' .4J' . '7.. S ' self-respe-ct ot0 t ft . J til! 6"! ' ii Jones &Morehead, 5 To "nny person interested in hu Aetnaville . . . 3 matters,. or who loves animals, Shreve . . . .:. . v r'3- mane ' 3 we will send free, upon application, a Qlatou Qutnrd copy of the 'ALLIANCE," the organ JlartleUs . vft'H!'' . ot this Society,. Inaddition'Jo.jts.in. .Heflln . . Making total tensely Interesting reading, it con- . . 108 .1.. mm NMadaril Ti HANilHsta tainga Ustoftho valuabte and unu I At rreclDot, convent,lQirjB( .kuonn sual premiums glvau ujMbe paper. on an4 ioiiip., 7" .. Address ......1 and vote r..- - ai.t "(imhM? nf TllBNAtlOU HbAhri AlttAtJcE. 4io4UniW5lChflri1esBuilliB.N:V rtut conventions, wlllW retifflil'o'f ' ,' B" v''8r8 PDiKisIng to take "xtsl .37 fit . , ' ' therein. '?,', Young man, who have no ver Seslf Frreel ' McKemy. , . ,. Ceutertown . . Sriiallhous , , Enst J'ordsvllle WesM'ordsvule , ...i ... 1 8 , . 6 6' 6 W W m7 . .' ,' "TZLXflWfiKXggllX nneuiV.,'; - vkmmriia - Cuts Bruises. Sorr, yj?ers, Salt qniUncattcua alKvetaied Weol- Vl' Rheum', FeKrSoiW.TXtter. Chapped 'v HnudM, htlblals. - Corps,, and all jvo precihbt conVeutronsr All!pr?cittotd6legalesrf( 6rBcd"td s Skin Eruptions, nnd jltlvely cures Piles, or uo ipiiy rrtptlred. It fa bofit Cwjnty.Cnflvfintks'flH' HffielMft guarauteeu togtve )etiecr.patisracitmi'couvcuuoalWMt u. i:iW(4 ', ' or raouey MWit, Price as cents"! prnmp'ly pt lQ;30p$ockm ra. , ' ;... per box. for sale by Williams W A OiMOCIi'ru u,Co,BeP,Ckmf Dell. MonTOif,t3ec'y thtHoA Salve i,q: .'.AriWiWe. v"'cd Die woild for of ago whAmll M 91 year. beore.Noveriiber 2. J807, w th "WWlwljfe!5jf malw - '3-Jy- jo.P. S&Z Ma'' Can you uso tho following ,gq,pds at prices that Best of Calico, 9tV bMCatson&Co's. nfa Awarded Jeans Pants 6oc per pair at Carson &Co's. Two spools thread, tor 5c, at Carson & Co's, a.''' rflshest Honors 'are quoting. IrFair BARGAINS They tiro Brps.!& Co. ' i' Dll' World'. Fair. jTffTCTTTSr03t3IMCEI3NrTD,t3 Local notices 10c per line first in scrtlon and 5c each subsequent insertion, Large contracts Bpeclal rates. Calls on candidates and political matter toe per line. . DVE. WFdrd'was' called to Rey yesterday on' professional busU tiessT noldfl Messrs.. th'ts GB)3,.p?jJRcJr)orjt, D.JjDupcan were, , and Dan w CRlAIvt WeeL.,',' u,., in tp,wn ..; BAKING And can't last long. COME AT ONCE. i; lot of bod comforts sold for 75c. now 59c. G dozen French woven corsots, sold for 50c M N ,l & now 39cts. 6no lot of colored rick-racbraid sold for 20c per bunch now 5c. dne'lot children gossamers sold ,for $1.00 now 25c, .. 0 doz. ladids bordered hemstitched hand- kerchiefs were 10c now 5c. iYotbeS'blonkete, all wool, sold for $3.00 and $3.50 now $2.50 and $3.00. lot of men shoes sold for S3, now $2. 1 lot overcoats sold for 83.50 now $2.50. lot Beaver overcoats sold for $5, 7, 8.50 now 43.50, 4.75 and 6.00. 1 lot ladies Jackets sold for $5 now $3.75. New line men shoes $1, 1.25 and 1.50. k I i r3. yr slv ill' Bp!; for the next 60 days' at prices that will cause you to wonder how we can do it. Come to Hartford Where you can get what you want. We play second "Fiddle" to no one. Ve will sell you goods EARTFOHD T&MPLE OF FASEI0JVS FAIR BROS. & 0E3,ro"KrletO3tr. Mr.Ernest Woodward's school closed, last Thursday with nice talks One whom I lro different parties. will give his name, Mr. Jackson, the photographer. Mr. Woodward taught us'one of the best schools that was ev cr taught at this place. . There was quite a number o( premiums awarded oh that day, and all of the young folks seemed to enjoy It very much, Eatll Park carried oQ one premium for missing the least number or words In spelling and another for going the moat days. Elbert and Etll Funk, Ivan Park, Clayton Park, Ida Park and Myrtle Kirk were the boys and one girl that received premiums. Mr. J. W. Tlchenor, oi the Point Pleasant neighborhood, was in thU neighborhood one day last week. I will say to the Republicans alter the 13th that that Is not the Utt f the convention, the final election comes off next fall. Kvery man had better think and do his own work, and be careful whom he puts confidence in. I don't believe I ever saw such strife as their is this time'. Mr. Herbert Park, who is attending school at Reaver Dam, Is expected home In a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Hicky called to see J, A Park's family last Monday. Mrs. J. L. Elmore and child are visiting her parents this Week. Jtw'tb Xflen of the Coueord, neighborhood, Visited hli grandparents E. P. Saturday AM feuudsy. -- CO. ) KFJiriKR. Born to the wife of R. N. Mitcbel on the sth a girl, and to the wife of Robt Doss a girl, Mrs. Win. Ilatlan, McIIenry, who died last Wednesday 'ot pneumonia, was buried in the Hamilton Cemetery We extend at this place Thursday. to the bereaved husband and infants 4T.. r K. our heartfelt sympathy. Hon. C. W. White, of Hardin conn-twas in town last Thursday on ed We are very ranch business to learn that Mr. White, who has heretofore advocated the cause of "sound money" so strongly, has at last lallcn a victim to that dreaded and loathsome disease, "free silver." Trust that he will find some cure ere November rolls around. Madam Rumor reports another weddlng'in the near future. Mr. E. H. Patterson will leave for his home near Sonoro about the 15th. Messrs. Ed Barnes and Ben Roller, sur-pr's- Beaver Dam, were-le- . tQwn Sunday, "An old Boy iaiUwi" allow me to thank you for the1 handsome compliment paid me through' the colums of last week's paper. The Hartford Herald seeds to take quite an interest in Republican politics just now, and' "tlter5 are others who do Hkcwies." Kiinelm, . New 14 KVj' AT j.ii .1. liSrlfrijr The Bea'fia' Quarterly Conference Hqnry Pirit). for HaiUbrd Circuit, will bd held at , February 17th and 18th. Hartford-We can sell you a full size Bedstead The Presiding Elder, Rev. O, H. Hays, D. p., fa expected to Is pres- at (1.35, also one good Wardrobe for ent. A lull report from the Stewards 17 5i one Bedroom suit lor $15.00. Everything else in proportion. is very. much desired. Carson & Co, Oa account of ihda'me appoint- i'airace. iwbie. I nave openedBeWjffiible in Hartford and am prepared1 RHfeed and take care of yourhoWesin fifsVctass style, Special attention given to all stock entrusted to my ire. Give jne'a call when In Hattford. I will appreciate your patronage. Yours truly, i ment I y.111 preach at Liberty, the Third 8urjday arid Sunday night, in stead pHhe foUrtht let oil concerned takedtJe notice, and govern themselves' accordingly. Very truly, etc., J. 3. Ciiandlsr, P. C. Npurish Him. That"s Use wfeok secret la We can cure no disease unktt wc can keep up the strength. And there's only one way to do that feci him. But If the system refutes fool. Then use SCOTT'S word. pa-He- g ' Bli Net Elepe. Mr. John Stahl, who has been clerk for Mr. W H. Branuon, baa long the devoted ',to;I.t!lie 'Guest a young lady Irora near Pell-vlland who is now visiting; the family of Mr, Tom Cotton, in Wett view, Mr, Stahl has been endeavor-fcfft&Ke- t been-payinle, EMULSION of STRAIGHT Cod-liv- er Oil wRhHypophojphltet. It goes TO THE BLOOD. fV f 1 V. V JLA the content pi the parents o tMryoung lady to their union, but in this has not been, snccesslul and be had fixed upon tody to bring mat ten to a climax by an elopement with tftR? jTQlC. lady to Gretua Greeo Rosiftfc Kveln this be. was foiled; fcrssj;lielf. having broken into hi prtfHb6T'a sr last night ard rob WStlM register, the cash drawer and tly ise. John, thought it best to deter tie elopement until the pur)oner of his employer's goods bad bwn discovered, when he will again lake the I saatt r of elopciMat usder consiilera- -' tlou. he lief tHUfe successfully rowensboro stcf the wasting, rekindles the vital fire, makes new flesh o4 so renders a hopeful fight possible against ANY disease. Especially Is this so In bron-M- al and lung troubles, la the MiUi and cure of which Scotfs WmuUian has wen its refftta- iwk afrout tt trsc k as mytUrfowi IVMb WaosV Ths ' Mitt y 9t--Hi"- II mttlttM, to At m nla r has out W4V- ,11111 II- I- UK T Mb at M (4s. sad SCOTT a, BOWMB, VM ly a- - '. tWYwt and came: .to this, county at tubjg.tofheactiouoipreub;, years of ngt,' studied ' ' ' jafeaielrre'wltlf Mi'tihcW 'Df? W. J. E.P.NEAL .. We are authorized to announce . candidate for to the Berry, was graduated from the MedU As a of SYLVESTER WHITE office County Attorney of Ohio cal'Depaltment oftne University of county.subject to the action of the Ap a candidate for Jailer of.Ohla conven'- -' ty, subject to the action ol'theRepub. Louisville in ' 1854,' and located in , '1 !''); ysi lican party, , Mrs. C M. Barnett is quite olck at ,Afour jear,old .chjld.pj Mr. ,and HRr((ord to practice his profession, tioo, Saturday, Feb. 13, 1897. her home on Washington Street. We are authorized to announce Mrs. Fisher Chllderf ,J(jvljig tn the ItttSsy'. 'he took a post graduate We are authorized to announce OSCAR M1DKIFP M. L. HEAVRIN" . neighborhood sucled Yhursday of conr4 of lectures at the Jefferson Beda Prof. Elmo Williams closed a s a cana waieior ja ler ot unto coun As a candidate far Countv . Attornev cessful school at No Creek last Fri- congestion pi the iowels.. .Its. remains Mrdlcal'College, Philadelphia. ty , subject to the; action of the Repub"At the beglifrllng of'lhe late Civil of Ohio ccunty. subject to the action, lican party. wilt be taken to Mtion Davlss day. entered the Confederate Ar- of the Republican party. Wnrlie Bring us your butter and eggs. county, to day lor builaU We are authorized to announce my as Captain; but later was RegiFor Contiljr Ciik. Mr ffm. Taylofajjl' Miss. Katie W. M. BALTZELL We pay the highest market prices. mental; Brigade and Division We are authorized to announce Thompson, of Hot ton, vfexe tinlted in Of color, as a candidate foftthe office Pats Bros. respectively, which positions he subject to marriage at the bonie ot the bride We expect one case of Calico, good filled with greit credit IP Himself and' AsacandldaVe forreUon to the the action of the Republican party. Wednesday evening., otijjof Jibe office of Clerk of the Ohio County ' stout goods 3,400 yards to sell at 4 the pause. Court, subject to the action ot the We are authorized to announce ,, contracting pattres.rjretwpular,'ypung Carson & Co. cents. "He was the founder and first Republican party. O. P. WILLIS people and have; many i't fjtle'ds. who President of this society, and member We are authorized to announce As a cannldate for Jailer of ,Ohlo Mr. W. D, Moorc,Sulphur Springs, join in wishing for,rj'em"a Jong and of the McDowell, Mississippi Valley county, subject to the action ofjthe xr s BAftrvn was the guest of Dr. E. W. Ford aud happy ilfe.' VJ and American Associations, also of As a candidate for Clerk o'f Ohio Rdpubllcan party. family this week. Mrs..G.B. Likens, entertained the the Cotiritv and -- State Board of County Court, subject to the action of We are authorized to announce " ' Now Is the time to buy a new suit, "Nineteenth Centwy, CHcle.at her Health." " : i? , the Republican party. j J. M. WADE. as we are anxious to reduce our stock. home TastSaturday ye,ning. Those , Whereupon the President of the We are authorized fo announce ' As a candldatefor lailerof Ohio coun Carson & Co. present were.MissesSteila-.TJioma- s, ty, subject to theaction ol the Repub- 'j Society, Dr. J. D.'Maddox, appointed JNO. W, TICHENOR Rachie committee on resolutions, which re- - As-- a candidate for Clerk ol Ohio lican party. Don't go around with your face Emma Fair, .. Countv Courts Kttbtect to the nrtlnn looking so bad, but go to Bulllngton Saaderfur, Mattie Sanderfur, .Hennje ported as follows: ri the Republican Wy. w Gunther, Ella Cox, Berdle Nail an.d WhbrBas", it has pleased an alN him to fix you up. and have ' "' B. P. PETTY Annie Gregory. wise Providence to remove from his ForClrtntt Clerk. Mr, and Mrs. T. L. Griffin went to As a candidate for the office of Asses Mr. Henry Field has opened up a labors, our much esteemed friend and We are authorized to announce Elizabethtownthls week to attend the sor of Ohio county, subject to the nc- a. T.wnNATjn cjAMnnwuTTD brother. Dr. J, E Pendleton, who was s lively stable on the Will-lafuneral of Mrs. F. M Joplln. as a candidate for the office of Circuit tion of the Republican party. corner in Hartford and has fit it a man of wonderful attainment and to announce We want to close out our Cloaks, up In good shape. lie will shot.tly Was noted for his devotion to the to theaction of the Republican ""f61 We we party. , nv.T . ., come get one at your own price and put a bus on the road, between Hartprofession of medicine, and was ever , a...- - i nu. I am a candidate for the office ol ..-,uOvercoats half price. Carson & CP. ford and Heaver Dam. , He has had a willing to lend his skill and ability Circuit Court ; Clerk of Ohio County, cottntV subect to thb. nHloa,6f the Mr. J. M. Casebier, who has been great deal pf experience in the livery to the "members of his profession aud subject to the action of tie Re- - ReDubilcfln oartv. r natltt UUV 1V0.VUUI1J O.r Musawa futvj nnrl tanrlfiiTitf room almost all the business and no doubt wilmeet with the cnus6"ol suffering humanity, and TtlhltMl confined to his to announce, We.are authorized licit your support, Your truly. wKei 'was" ever ready give encour. ,.winter, is able to be out on the streets good success. yi,, . , , agement alike (0 the to Sau a. Anderson. J. G. WILSON,4. struggling pracagain. '""' titioner and patient, therefore be it Asa candldatefor Assessor of Ohio it tnia-iMi$for HKliTBIe. county, subject to the action of the Dr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller went to Pension Agerie-G- ! WAdarnVol the RnsotVfiD. tst, That we deeply We are authorized to announce Republican party. Louisville last Saturday where the Louisville ipeision Agency;-whicIs the death of our much loved H. H. TJAVIS ' complete his medical one of the offices affected by the above and honored, Doctor will Dr. John E. Pendleton, As a candidate for Magistrate of the We are authorized to announce studies. E. HEDDEN change, was seen by a Commercial which occurred on the 31st ofjanua-ry- ,. Rosine Magisterial District, subject to As a candidate for Assessor ot Ohio reporter relative 'to the' changes ' necIS07. and that we sustained a the action of the Republican party. Miss Etta Thomas returned last county, subject to the action of the essitated 'by the ' President's order." I great loss In 'his removal from our We are authorized to announce - .'-week from Louisville, where she has Republican party.- - T He 3S much aittfnisbkSWthe news.' mtdsVto efernltyT JONT& WILSON been attending King's Commercial We are authorized to announce ' .and said that he hadjeceiVed. no adto the Resolved, 2nd, .that; we sympa As a candidate for College. W. F. SANDKRFUR .. . vice that such, a change, was, contemthize, with the family jn their great office el Magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District, subject to the Asa candidate for Assessor ' of Ohio M. Joplln, who has many Mrs. F. plated. '.,x.uVa ',,.;'.. and Irreparable loss, and fender our action Ot county, subject to the action of' the the Republican party. friends and relatives at this place, He said:"I have aid, qo lptlmaiipn sympathies in their bereavement-- , Republican patty. We are authorized. to announce died at her home in Elizflbethtowrt of the making pl 'sucj.an.. order. I Rfisotvab, 3rd, That we furnish a ?" THOS. F. JOHNSTON this, copy pi these 'resolutions to the fami last Sunday night. presume ftio&c yDrRtflieol SuliFrlnlrndrnf. combination do so, jnop.er"'Ute prov- ly; and one to the press and that they As a a oindidate for MaglsUate of the We are authorized to announce" Mrs. A. B. Balrd left Monday for ' " Hartfoid Magisterial District, .subject FON ROGERS her home in Oklahoma City, alter isions of the statute, "and, that an be spread with' the minutes upon the to the action of party. Aa acandidatc for School Superin- order is all that 'is necessary Co. effect record'bboknf our Society, spending several weeks with her parWe are authorized to announce tendeut of Ohio county, subject to the ' sucn a cnange. St'MORTON. ) ents. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Duke; action of the Republican party. .... JOHN M. GRAHAM The immediate ettect of such an Miller,- - V Committee". J.'T. Asa candidate for Magistrate in the We are authorized 10 announce Hon. E. E. Kelly, of Hawcsvllle, order or rather the." effect "on Septem E. W. Forp, I Fordsville Magisterial District, sub. ; r. c. JARNAGIN Democratic candidate for Commonber 3, will be to abolish this .office, For a nice hair trim or shave call jectto me action 01 we Kepumican Aa;fl ndldl,te for Suoerlntendent of wealth's Attorney, was in town this which Is made up of myself, trie agent party. Common Schools ot- - Ohio .county,. week mixing with his Democratic and fifteen clerks. My pay tolls ags on Bulllngton. subject to theaction of the Republic We are authorized to announce friends. gregite auuttally "the sum of $16,000. an party. A Ptmintit ETcnlog CHRISTOPHER ALLEN Misses Cathie Craig, Susie May, Nolle. Mvsalaivia ti. 006. ind that of my in the estate ol chief clerk 1,80b, arid .Acother sal Mnbelle Hubbard and Lettle" Marks, As a candidate for Magistrate subject rorklieriar. All parties Indebted to the Hartford Magisterial District, f We are authorized to announce Dr. J. E. Pendleton, deceared. by aries follow at various, amounts. aud' Messrs'. Wayne Giiffirf, O. J. to tne action ot the Republican party. SAM T. note, account, or otherwise, pie here"Of course, wherever the pension Tboraas, Jas. P. Thomas, C. N. Mr, Allen, if nominated and elected, As a candidate BARNETT ot 6hio for Sheriff by notlOed to call on me and make rolls are removed, )t".wHl pecessltate Marks, Ned Harper and A. R. Carson hmmfsM tn hoi.? hU Ts,iiar rrmii nf county, subject to theaction of the they can. It will more work at thct point. ,whch, in were entertained by Misses Stella and courUtSulphurSpriugs,asbasben Republican party. the best settlement the custom for several years. be impossible for me to call on all this case, will be lit Washington, and Etta Thomas last Thursday evening Wc are authorized We are authorized to announce to announce parties indebted to the estate in per- it may be that some ot the present iu & charming manner. After the jftO. M. HUDSON R. B. MARTIN heeded force at this station will be needed at gay little paity had assembled in the son, and unless this notice is As a candidate for Magistrate in the Asa candidate for Sheriff olOhio within a reasonable time I shall be Washiogtott. cocoa was served Rosine Magisterial District. - subject, county, subject to theaction otthe The Jast payment spacious parlors hot compelled, in the discharge of my du- made at this office, will be, in, August. with dainty wafers. Progressive to the action of the Republican party. Republican party. esties as executor of Dr. Pendleton's "There have" been a number of Euche and Croklnole were played. We ate authorized to announce We are authorized to announce . tate, to piece his claims lu the hauds candidates who havebeen seeking Miss Craig received the prize for I. C STEVENS s. T. STEVENS oi an officer for collection ip older to the Loulsvtllp ogcn,cy0a.t the.hands of the best player aridMlss Etta Thorn Ohio As a candidate tor Magistrate in the. Asa candidate for Sheriff the' settle said estate within the time re- the Incoming administration, . ahd I as received the booby, and. Mr. O. J. Hartford Magisterial District, subject county, subject to the actio to the actiOanot the Republican patty Republican party. W. B. Rbndbr, quired by law. can only recall twojofrthc number, Thomas received the first prize and For snrveyur. Executor ol J. E. Pendleton, dee'd. fudge, Vincent Bong,r.ot London, Mr. Wayne Griffin the booby for the We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce JNO. M. SHULTZ' At the office of Taylor & McHeory. and M,aj. Isaac N Cardwell.ot gentlemen. Alter the contest Was NATHANIEL MOXLEY; were again-serve- As a candidate for Magistrate in the 39 tf but tberaarQtiuecorJbnr ap decided refreshments consisting ot cream and cake. Halt ford Magisterial District, subject As a candidate lor County Surveyor plicants lor the place. siThey will be Tobacco Nnlra. the evening to the action of .theRepubllcan patty, ot Ohio couujy. subject to the action All present enjoyedof th" Republican party. The sale of tobacco on the O wens. theppe) most disappointed. I, of highly and werejsouy when-thhour We are authorized to announce boro brake was as follows Wednesi coune, srn a DeraoerSt, And I expect arrived for depaiture. For Rrprtetntatlvc. J,S.LEB to go when my resignation is called day: Asa candidate for Magistrate In the We are authorized to announce, ; for. This makes It at" least Hattford Magisterial District, subject J. D. "Decker , . $7 50 $7 S $ for SejitemWr t. 'My .terra ot. four Seven Months Witlt Fever. to the action of the Republican parly. As a- candidate, for Representative . . J. D. Decker . . 7 00 7 00 Wonawftd, Koovrr efHtalOu from Ohio county, subject, tq,the ac. . ycirs will not expire until ApriliS,, 6 00 L. A. Toma . . 7 20 , .ForConetUblo, Mr.IUIrd'a rapid adiuurreloniroeoTar. tion of'tbe Republican party. 1S98. It has been the custom hereto. . . . . 6 90 J. T. Wythe from ftifiarti tklton to hU normal weight, ,,,,. "'ill iii fore to let the occuplntCf the office T70 pcunda, waa unlrthsuUrttltttot th We ate authorized to announce ., rt Toraa& MontgomCoronrr. and buljdlm-- u trandeat jtrength-glTlB. DENNIS frill" teith, JAMES We are authorized to anncunce 6 70 . . serve his President Hat" medicine erer produced, namelr ery , 4 10 ' ' ' As a cancldate for Constable In the Br, Miles' Restorative Nervine; , . . . . rlson peimittGen.iffiel) 'to remain L. W. HUNT' J. T Robinson . 5 90 Cromwell Man liter ial District, subafad PiejfSeBi Cleveland I Ohio 50 his fullleim, J. H. McGarvin5 85 360 ject to the action of the Republican As a candidate tor Coroner o ol cort'iTesy to Dr.' County, subjtct to the action. the G. F. Mitchel . S 75 5 00 50 extended the same paify. ' Republican pixty.Waitoo, whomlBticced'ed.; 1 60 Miles Lancaster .5 75 50 i'As a matter of fael,'the,,''passa:je E E. Fuqua . jf to 3 05 50 ol the law of Marcrf a?, i86, did riot Committed Mooting; Decker & Wood-bur- n, A Word or Two Fveiy member of the County Com. lessen the work Ol' thibffittP'ot all. . . . to sufferers from citauhwlll not be 5 30 is hereby urged to be present While it abolishes tWertdflaV payamiss ifaqnie can be offered, Ely's mittte R. F. Story . 66 5 40 at their respective precinct convenment of checks, and took from eveiy . . Cream Balnt has become a favoi.'.e in F. H. Taylor . 5 10 1 00 tions on the 13th Inst and to be pies-all tedious of the United Sir tea. cut at the county convention here on 5" agent the power to administer the James Dutte . 5 05 4 50 oath to the pensioner, hll thp theebs Yonr cold In the heud wlU be quickly Tom Milloy . 3 5 the 15th inst lor purpose of attending had toll mailed to'br pensioner relieved by it, end the severest attack to any business that demands their 5 5 J. A Coomes . a 45 upon receipt from hitri. of h'is Voucher of catarrh wlUy.ctd to, and be per- attention. J, A. Coomes . 3 45 50 .50 from Washington. Under the preW. A. Gibson, Ch'm'n Ohio Co fectly cured by a thorough treatment Dempsey Wester-fie- ld few1 perJno. P. Mohton, Scc'y. J Rep Com 1 55 Catarrh Is not a blood disease, but sn 50 vious law tbero were vefy 1 00 S. M King . . '50 sonal deliveries of checks, as the only 3 85 inflammation of the passages of the UNIOX. T. M. Rhodes . 3 65 60 person who called were thoM who Miss Maggie Davidson has returned 100 ' nose and throat, due to climatic lived in the immediate vicinity pf 6 from Louisville, J M. Rhodes . a 65 1 00' changes. ynd,er 1896 . . Mrs. George Shultz has returned to ,50 the agency., J. T Blythe . 3 05 " whole force, is nedejjjto.inall the J. n. Dirao. E E. Fuqua . a 50 50 her home near Rochester. 50 the 'Or.tleojeii- -t bl to epr to you roy checks prornpily ot Jthc,L,p?nsilqi ers, Worthing ton & MMr. Jas, Bray and family, have re Dr. rratltnd (or the done uAe. and the work is not7jA, the ieast, MiUt' JfervJiw tu irtat nJi, I u ccarty . . f-a 30 ... 3S turned to their home near Warren ltli trphold Xerer and I JU4 Ukn tlnk " In bed for wren month. After cetUBS . . . . J D. Decker . .70 lessened." orer the f erer I u tbla.narrou uilUreC Mr. Albert Hunley. is going to cuT Wld Mid aid notrenUn my lo itnutl- , . . . 60 H S Kiucaid . Mrerml proprloUry medlelnM, B mnar, i34vtc!MgfMate Hunley's farm this ForjRfHt j', uM R. 1'. Story I 05 alter haiiar boeo reduced lq Cmm u TnAt ViAm nlil MS & The most desirable resiifeacc la town. pofn.lbesB trying Jffl tttMgtrt JMlhuiMMCMxtMior ' Booker & Heuder- ot GreenvUle, Memit Km, oocWntolmrrOTe. Wu t Cu y louTllfo.puticulars see S. K.' Cox. . '"V fw mm , mnm .....vb . w.v . uiittsxr, was tW(ti of his mother last week, . . sou 2 65 wn U. In ml my jo For and we AnmM froa WhUhim. YhUl my normal weiakt, I in MM Llllle Stevens haa returned, to ', , D. Ttcbenor . 2 50 , , . lUilHM. AWiM r 1 rwt on inCBM in KM, r oa. W eilTlM. U xeuuU ttt her home after a visit to Mra.'Ci II, - . . J.H.9LIW. . . D. Tichtnor. 3.90k iwmL f F. B S, Stevens to U m Dr. ? , Stone 40-G. W. 50 A .IiSni'tU U. S. mi tante S5Sini;aTtStffli7v5 fwaliree. Ad4, a 85 Jno. Thomas, too 50 iM tlmila . . . 8) T. E, Osbatue tfHT llfUtSN. news. Mde rjtiSHtc wrriwn UiltUIHiiekH wvnmw k urv. SBaoaBa , . . , D. Tlchenor. Dr. MUm' NervitM t 35 K sfJrtrtrVTrYpVwrwwrrtiTrtfVVHl 1830. , . abowt-twentpariy-tpreclhct . . Sur-geo- rt . "--'- Miss Ida Render1 left last Sunday Absolutely Pure. for Select where title' wilt' teach' the Celebrated for Its great leavening ' "; strength and heatthfuluess. Assures Spring school'. the food against alum and all forms of Remember. Uulingtpn,.the barber adulteration common to the cheap is the place to'rjetjjour hair trimmed brands. RoYAtBAKiNdPowDBRCo., upjnnicc.stylciKa) , Nkw York. Rollri Goody cooYr, frbtnMls-sout- t) Miss Bring your eggs ami feathers to and Miss lattfelirowu, of the Carson & Co. Victory neighborhood", are vistlng Mrs. Catherine Craig has returned Miss iosie Black thlstweeki !r to her in Daviess county. i.r ..I.." It is reported, thaj, Clint G'.Ford'r It you want the latest thing, in a show, will, . pc . In.glJ a.ryor,d In a. few rfays. This Is Mr,i,(pr4's old lome ladles shoe see Carson & Co. Mrs. A. J. Bell is quite sick at her arid out people ijjigjye him, a,roya welcome sh'pujd ji.fccqmq, home on Union Street. The followin'gwanniloperepns have Our Cloaks at your own price. paid their subsctlptten W Carson & Co. !6ai Vast Issuer "ji Mr. W. II. Renfrow, ot Sulphur Springs, was In town this week. Mclfcn'ryjWi F. SteVens.' Hattlord.'ir v- POWDER wrf'Jhave 'everything Remember kept in a fifst'.'clas.iGrocery store: ' . . Pati Bro3. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Gripe Cream of Tartu Powder. vwm Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 I. YEARS THH STANDARD. j. HCaolntloni. Adopted by the Ohio County Medical Apsoclatipn' upon the death of Dr, John E, Pendleton. , At n meeting of thp Ohio County Medical'Soclety,. to take propir action in regard to the death of our Dr John Er Pendleton; Drs. J. T. JtUJer ond made the following remnrks: , , J. E. P.eiidleton was born in Washington county, Ky., Sept I. . .'Dr. We are authorized to announce JNO. D. PINLl.Y As a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action olthe Republican patty. We are authorized to announce rorConnly Jadcc. R T. TWEHDDELL We are anthorlzed to announce As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio J. A. PARK county, subject to the action of the As a candidate for the office of Judge Republican party. of the Ohio county Court, subject to We arc authorized to announce the action Republican party, TI103. H. BLAd.K Wi are authorized to announce As a candidate tor re election to the . A.S..AUXL office ot Jailer ot Ohio county.subject As a candldatefor Judge of Ohlocoun-t- y to the action ot the Republican party. Court, subject to the action of the We ard authorized to announce Republican party. S. G. RHOADS We are authorized to announce As a candidate tor the office of Jailer C. L. WOODWARD" of Ohio county, subject to the action As a candidate for Fudge ot the Ohio of the Republican party. County Court, subject to the action We are authorized to announce pf the Republican party. BRUNO FREY We are authorized to announce As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio R. R. WEDDING county, subject to the action of the As a candidate for fudge of the Ohio Republican party. County Court, subject to the action We are authorized to announce pf the Republican party. LOYD POOL We fare authorized to announce As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action of' the Re- F. M. HAVEN As a candidate for county Judce. of publican party, Ohio county, pubject to the action of We are authorized to announce!-Republican party. p COPPAGE As a candidate for Jailer ol Ohiocoun- . Rates and Torma. I'or Jnlltr. V.JKZ. - .... Annie-AJleg,- - STZ J . first-clas- ms aized n.l -- . . , ' . j' - 1 ., r( d - e aua - 1, ' .... 1 v .... , t'japf 4 tti J .... . 1 i Subscribe for Tho Republican and get all tho - - '. Hlta-Herri- trEfrttfoKS:t fcr?Wmits.,ii2 0.A.8NOW&00. kh OJL0TORX.. 'St fai!IISi! When you tAke Hood's mH sugar-coate- No Gripe art pills, which tear you all to not lu It with Kood'f . Fasy to taka mil. Thablg.oldtasb-lons- HERE piece J, IS YOUR CHANCE and easy to operate, Is truo ot Hood'i rilU, which are tip to date In ererr respect, gate, certain and sure. All druggists, ase. 0. 1. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mais. The only l'llls to take with Hood's BaraspariUa. Hood's IIllS Kil- E921l Get, An Education. To the young man or woman, who will get us 25 new cash subscribers to the Republian and Louisville Weekly Commercial 1.25 for the two, for one year. We will give a FELLFORTYFEET A Postal Telegraph Lineman led. Jumped From a Trestle Just Beyond Reynolds, His Anklo was Broken and His Spina Injured so That Ho Dlod an Hour Lator Capt. Holloway Hurt. W. S. Frazee, a lineman, who was at work on the extension of the Postal telegraph line to this city, met with a fttal accident at the Greer trestle near Reynolds yesterday after noon. A handcar with several bales of wire and a barrel or insulators was being run over the trestle and Frazee, who wps walking the track behind the car, tried to get on. He grabbed a coll of wire and that slipped with him, and then he caught the barrel of insulators. This turned over, nnd seeing that he was going to fall he iumped to the earth below, a distance of forty-fiv- e feet. He fell on his leet and then dropped over with a cry of pain. The other men got to him as quickly as possible and found him unable to move. They placed him on the hand car and went to DcaneGeld, two miles away, as quickly as they could. The railroad physician there attended him and found that his right ankle was fractured and that the lower portion of his spine was injured so that his lower extremities were paralyzed. He lived about an hour after the acci dent and died at 4 o'clock. His remains were brought here last uight over the Illinois Central and prepared for burial. His home was at Brinton, Mich. He was about 35 years old and a widower. He had no children. Frazee's home wjs at Brenton, Mich., and telegrams were sent there last night to his relatives to how what disposition should be made of the body, but no reply has been received 2:30 o'clock this ufte'nojn. The body is at Millc's undertaking establishment, and will be buried at Elmwood if it is not claimed by the Owensbo-rre'atives of the deceased Press. o Free Scholarship To the BRYANT & STKAT-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 N Is not the agent ol deliverance. We regret to see any populist so deceived, but we cannot help it. Those who return to the democracy have never been truly converted to populism, or they could not think of linking their fortunes with on nntagonostic pirty. Wherever the democrats are in earnest for a union of reform forces for patriotic purposes they will not hesitate to join in an independent movement undera new orcomblnatlon voting device. Where they Insist that all candidates must go under the rooster on the democratic ticket it is prima fade evidence that their aim is not to defeat the gold power, but to destroy the peoples party. Let populists never consider a fusion that draws them into the fold of the de mocrary. Remember the story of the spider and the fly. Also that of Christ and satan, when Beelzebub took him to the top ol the mountain and showed himall the kln.dms of the world, which were to be his for the asking. Satan was a liar nnd did't intend to give Christ any kingdom, but he sought to destroy.hts usefulness by debauching him. The democratic politicians have.agrecd upon a wholesale plnu of debauchery as the best way to get rid of (he populist party. They will select men of influence in our ranks and work on their ambN tions by promising them offices They may even give them a few offices now, and until our power is broken, then these apostate populists will be kicked into the middle of next summer and when one pokes his head up lor nn office his populist record will be trotted out and he will be marked es a bolter one who scratches his ticket which is a mo;tal sin. And your innocent fly, being securely wrapped in the spiders web, will be safely hung up for winter for the boss democratic splde". Listen not to the siren song, el&eyou perish. - tlons and combines, PROSPERITY. Its Return Indicated By the Silk Market. A RoproB.ontatlvo of an Importing Houso Paralyzod attho Slzo of thoOrdorsQIvon Him In Chicago. IpfH AVe8clnUcIrcpara(IonforAs almUatlng ihcToodfltuincflula THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Chicago, Feb. 4. It is 'noted as a somewhat significant sign of prospective condition that the big silk jobbers and retail houpes are laying in larger stocks of dress silks than has been the rule at this season for several years past. A representative of a big New York domestic end importing silk house, who has been in the city for a wctk, and who last October went away empty-handeto fat as orders were concerned, said today that he was simply paralyzed at the success that had attended the week's explorations among the jobbers and retailers. In one single case he had sold J6o,ooj worth of a single diess pattern that nobody would have handled last fall at a figure ol 15 to ao cents per yard below that which he obtained at this time He also narrated several similar experiences. d, SIGNATURE OP- - t tlngmcStomadaarsllJowcbof BiVTiftVfiiiKBTIIlltol EromolcsDigc3lIon,CIctful-ncss &&&afa IS ON THK Not Nakc otic. JUmti,JJ' JtmUUSJ' IticwS.td- A perfect Remedy MJUmtm nndRcsLContalns neither OprurrT.Morphlne nor Mineral. jtorurcuo&iNvnimBxa WRAPPER OF EYEBY BOT3CTJ31 OE1 for . il. Wonns,Convutsions,Fcvcrish ocas mdloss or Sleep. NEW 'YOHK. ASTORIA m VetUsi nlf. la tsa-tt- n Oastnia Is ptt Is set Mil la lilX. Xfet'i aBtv utom 1 TeeSimiU Signature of Thedtess silk trade prospective generally considered as a barometer of existing or Is It & i financial conditions, retailers being very slow stocks unless they have confidence in the future based upon inside information; and the readiness of the trade to lay in large stocks at this juncture may be taken as expressing the belies ol the trade that, after the cold weather, a general business boom will make itself manifest. lnljtr?in a7tUs( iwaut last as mod" -- j Bh t&at Mtvtt ul M1H t p jtt yu frcxlM last II amy mt- - EXACT COPTOT WRAPPER. 1 A&J&Zfo' L A 4 1 S. E. Cor. m m 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 We o3er Ooe Hundred Dollars Reward for auy case of Catarrh thnt cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. I. CHENEY & CO . Toledo. 0. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe blm perfectly honorable iu all business transactions and financially able ro cary out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Klnuan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous snr'aces of the system. Testimonials sent Tree. Price 75c, per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Family Pills are the best. lloif'a Tlinr I cures Dr. Dell's 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 you like to try it? It is particularly valuable for those who can not stand the strain of coughing. Ask your druggist for it. Take no substitute. There is nothing as good as Dr Bell's Pine- Tar-Hone- MM - COLLEGE ' . SHORTHAND INSTITUTE For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. The Floating Studio is at Rockpoit. Honey comDr. Bell's Plne-Ta- r bines new and valuable medical agencies. It advances a new theory in the treatment ol coughs, colds, lung and bronchial aflcctious. It cures and enres quickly. Itafibrds immediate relief to consumptives and many who were thought to have consumption have been cured by its use. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. jar none v. uoou aruggisis sen 11. Affords the be-- t facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING and BOOKKRKPING. Success aw'umi in THREB MONTHS. Tmis moderate. Pupils ossisttd to POSITIONS Business men furnished Stenographers FRHU) OF when competent CHARGE Eiixtyftaaoe on gt3a. St. 5th and Market Sts, Louisville, Ky. H I. !. ill! illfll FOR " frgggifggsra. OAaVOZlXA. General Directory. STATU Take it. THE REPUBLICAN AND Louisville 1 Commercial $1.25 per year forboth. Do you want any PRINTING? are ready to receive your orders for acy thing in that line. We print we Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Note Heads, If you do, A good local newspaper has a Governor William O. Bindley. influence and though' the Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoin in following may appear to be "airy" it FOR Education, Secretaryof State Charles Finley. is not so long drawn after all: Attorney General W. S. Taylor. FOR Noble Manhood,-FO"What would a country tradesman Auditor Samuel H. 8tone. Truo Womanhood. say if the sale of a single barrel of Treasurer Geo. W. Long. flour sufficed for the want of twenty Comraifeioner ot Agriculture, Ilor ' ' IT gives all impoi taut news of the Nation. families? Yet this Is about the ' con ' and ticulture Statistics Lucas IT gives a'l important news of the World. dition ol things, n the newspaper Moore. IT gives the most reliable market reports. Superintendent Public Iustruction-Ge- o. field. The writer tecalls an instance Two l.lvr Nnvcil. IT gives brilliant and instructive editorials. M. Davison. wheiein a single copy of a country Mrs. Phoeby Thomas, of Junction IT cives fascinating short stories Register Land Office Chas. O. IT gives an unexcelled agricultural department. City, III , was told by her doctors she newspaper was read not only by the Reynold. It uires tcientific and mechanical information. had Consumption and that theie was inhabitants of an entire district, but Insurance Bureau Commissioncr-- D. IT gives illustrated lasbion articles. W. Coraiugore. no hope for her, but two bottles D.-- . was afterwards forwarded to relatives IT gives humorous illustrations. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. Kiug's New Discovery completely out West It is further stated that IT gives entertainment to young and old. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown cured her and .she says it saved her the man who took the paper failed to IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everybody. life. Mr. Thos. Eggers. r39 Florida pay his subsciiptlon, no one will Day. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN RAILROAD touMisaioNEna. wonder that its editor was tired.,, and NEW YORK WEEKLY St. San Francisco, suffered from a Record. Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. TRIBUNE, both papers dreadful cold, ppmo. ch'ng Consump" Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary tion, tiied wUhont everything Samuel F. Brown. else then bought one bottle of Dr. c COXCjr.l'8'ION'AL. o King's New D'scovery ena iu two Hon. William C. Lind Senators Address nil orders lo tbo weeks was cured. He is naturally say, Hon. J. (J. S. Blackburn. For Infants and Children. thankful. It is such results, of which Representative Fourth District these are samples, that provs the nru- Hoa. John W. Lewis. fatei stalls wonderful efficacy of this medicine in alfutut STATE LEGISLATURE. ST Write your name und address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bed Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles Senator Hon. A, D. James. Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample' copy oiTHB at Williams & Bell's Drug Stoie. Representative Ohio County Hon. NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. 0. M. Barnett. Regulsr size 50c and $1 00. i OPPICIAI.S. EVERY member of EVERV'famflyon EVERY farm, in EVERY village, in EVERY State and Territory. V 'erlt CASTORIA ONE 2.JZL $l-2t- YEAR Ad-van- HALSTFOllD REPUBLICAN, A! for Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, Visiting Card, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Adinlllrit 10 the llnr. The Elizabethlown News has the following to say legal ding a young man who is well known in Hartford: Prof. H. H. Montgomery the well known educator was admitted to the bar at Hodgenville and after his school closes at BufTilo will move to Elizxbttbtown and form apa.tnership with his father in law, Mr. Jas. Montgomery, in the practice ol law. Ymir I'rfnrill Nrril Is pure, lich blood, and a strong and healthy body, because with the approach ol spting and the beginning of warmer weather yourphyt iclal system will undergo radical changes. All the irupui ities which have accumulated during colder weather must now be expelled or . serious consequences will resu't. The one true blood putifiei prominently in the public eye today is Hood'n SaiPapa rllla Iti record ol cures U ur.fn.ual-le- d Its salei aie the largest in the world A lew bottles ol Hoo-I'wilt prepare uu for spring hy purilynii; pnd enriching your blood nnd toning and iuviorntlng your whole by stem lla The and Republican Thrice-a-wee- k N. Y. World $1.65 per year. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens-boro. tics 3" CD Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Hon. a CO "KENY0N COLLEGE" .. f(fl s The and the Republican Courier-Journ- al Owensboro. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. C. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riogo, Master Commissioner G. B Likens, Trustee J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney i HODGENVILLE, KY. y, II Jack Bills. In fact everything that you want printed. All work first-clas- s and at lowest prices. for estimates. Write or call for one year for$1.75. The Republican and Louisville Commercial both one year Hartford. Ofle's' exceptional advantages to young ladies and gentlemen desiring a comolete education at sinalf cost'. New, Buifding8, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Libia1-rHealthlul Location, Refined and intellectual CouMu-nlt- y, .vJ Supports a Lecture Course. II 2 m Jury Fund U for $1,251 n Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel "Kcowu Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordaville; Thos. R. Bisbop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August nnd continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and two weeks. November COUNTY Hartford. PRFPARATION OF Teachers Review and Normal Training c lasses In session at all times, besides six other 'exhaustive and complete We court investivation. course of study. Send for a catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST education can be obtained for the LEAST MONEY. Address all communltinns to SrfiCIAi, facilities' 'for 3 r ro "1 I? 3 iG DKLexxy 030. Hodrjenvlllo, ITTTI EHORT-HAltOTT ooiieere. Kentucky. PElUfAHSHIP, EXO. 3 !l COURT. THE REPUBLICAN, iscixortiorcaL, 3BLy. Our Clubbing Rates. The Republican and tbo Louisville Commercial.... 81.25 Incipient consumption Is cured with D. M. Hocker, Clerk Dr. Btll's Pine Tar Honey. Infhma-lioE. P. Neol, Attorney-Hsrlfo- rd is allayed aid the clogging of Court couvencs first Monday in When this is the lungs is stopped accomplished the road to health is a each month. QUARTERLY COURT. straight one Get a bottle today. Begins on the third Monday in For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. January, April, July and October a8 at COURT OF CLAIMS John P Morton, Judge Hartford Hartford ITTTTTICTWTiiiTrTllffTlll''iHTrir TIMQiUf HT, 5 Who dcaircs to hotter his or her condition In life, should write for tbo Catalogue " " " QlobeDemocrat. nnd New York Tribune and Louisville Daily Post Semi-Weekl- y and and Semi-Week- ly Courier-Journal..- ,, . 1.50 . . 1.75 1.25 2 75 ClinirtiiMi I'nrker AuhImM FiioIuii The Free Republic fie offii-- i l or gan of the Populist Partv in Ki ntucky, isagain't luMon. It says: The effects ol fusion are jU9t begin-n- -t g best It is the same old story and yet constantly recurring that Simmons Liver Regulator is the best fatuity medicine. "We have nsed it in our family (or eight years and find it the medicine we ever used. We Olil I'fople, rm. "Old people who require medicine to think there is no such medicine as Simmons Liver Regulator "Mrs. Adlngton, Pranllin. N. C. MRSmember "Each ol our family uses it as occasion requires " W. B. Smith, Mt Vtraon, Ky tf&08E5TSL OABTOniA. regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy In Electric Bitters. This medicine does not sttniu late and contains no whiskey nor other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the storaache and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding Nature in the performance of the function Electric Bitters is au excellent appetizer and aids digea Hon O d Ptople find it Just exactly what they nted Price fifty cents and $i oo per bottle at Williams & Ptii b Drug Store. tp be felt in Kentucky. Some prominent popullt Imve been fused into the cemocralic party so thoroughly that they h ive gone body and breeches nvjfr" to the d o p .while some would go if they "didn't hive a reputation to sustnin " the reform movement hrts been put biak some time by the unfortunate condition) which wis put npou us last yeu; but the old guard will stand firm like the did, nnd will few old greenbackers form a nucleus for the reformers of another decade to rally around. The spirit of reform is among the people; but they need a little more experience to teaoh them that the democratic party, ruled by the corpora- - G. 8. FiUliugh, Surveyor Sulphur 8prlngs. N. 0. Daniel, Aweor Cromwell Z. H. Shulti, School Supt, HartComo and Pigs in pair not nkin. ford. ae my Stock, or write your ranU. 'U.''W, Hunt, Coroner Sulphur 1'rioM reasonable. Springs. 11 em J. G. WBLL-S- , Poorbouse 0. R. Campbell, Beaver Dam, Ky, Keeper, Hartford. IUpans Tabulei. Itlpans Tabules cure nausea. Itlpans Tabules: at dructlsU. Itlpans Tabules cure dizziness, Itlpans Tabules cure headache. Itlpans Tabules cure flatulenca. Itlpans Tabules euro dyapesila. Itlpans Tabules assist digestion. Rlpans Tabules cure bad breath. Itlpans Tubules cure bllfouaneaa. Itlpans Tabules one elves rUf. Rlpans Tabules cure Indlgottlon. Itlpans Tabules cure torpid llrer. Rlpans Tabules gentle cathartic. Rlpans Tabules cure constipation, Rlpans Tabules for sour stomaoh. Rlpans Tabules pleasant Uxatlro. Rlpans Tabules enr Utt trouble. mm of oland (Jhinas, f KVT K Fair View Herd Convenes first Monday in January, and Tnnday alter the seond Monday iu October OTHER COUNTY "gESK&Ei. BRYANT 400 THIIID BTUBBT, LOUIBVlttl), KY. & STRATTON No. ofthn OFFIOniW. ftfS 1 R.I.P.AN'5' wrl STOMACH, ! REaULATS THR UYEAi'ANO AND PURIFY TH8 lOWOS BL009. Wlwwim KaM '' justices' courts FonnaviLLE. ' Ferry, March 21, June 20, EtrM TbUaini uUlu ktjatVM Kikll KLV8 CREAM VAlM la posltlretare. iU M dllkl aHMllllian, ir jUtmnmt to September 10. December 1.0 Appl Into th nostrils. It Is quickly ibMrtwL, M U).Kli.(fMI,u4ltlUlnM rHe-- S MaM Ben F. Graves March Mat at DrarfttiU or bj cull aunplaa 0i by mill. BuroHn. fr lai. Vr W IbtooitiaiaraHjInffut, triruiU, Snails KLT DllOTllHllS, M Warrra 01, Ksw Xork CUj, 20, June 26, September 24, DecemTHE HlrAN5 CHEMICAL 0OM ber . HARTroRD, A 8, Aull March 5, For Kh r Juno 4, b'epterabor 3, December 3, Strayod hundm! A dtSiuMe i.iiu nf oi Woodwar- d- scits, K'tuited near Hartlotd. well RosiNE. O, L. From my home at Balzetown one March 13, June 13, September 11, w.teicd. a good oiclnd, twi hundreal red and white spotted a year old December 11. No ear marks. Information f'ROMwRix. Jont B, Wilson-Ma- rch bi'iiuig tices, i.ood buildlugs.and in heifer whereabouts will be rewarded. For luither par. of her g'l.Kicnmmunit. De7, June 7, September 6, Maussa Jambs j j $t . tc i rui at 'tis luce at once ti cember 6, J. A. 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