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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY "lnL MflfTTOrTfSrTt! pmrttotF?&m dyjfMptic, ASK !h Tmt t.t, urnrm, v (Inn ( vtr and fi.n. th. rmvind billom lhy r eoftredfiMiUkeb mi .uriu m K00.1 apMOUi thtyfritlt.il ptttlcflt. how term begins August 31, 1800, t her borne for tbo reception ul pu puli. Thorough training. Special attention given to young pupils. Terras as uiual. Your patronage 6 Cm FALL br Lkhr Sim iioitr uvta keou- uToa. in IHNE FOURTH C.N.RESSIOM iHTBICT . vol. ix. TOLD LYMAN GAGE. HARTFORD, KY., FR tDAY, FEBRtJAKY 19, 1897. BOOTHfeSTILL So NO. 30. Pprnt anil Beft family Th Cht Mtalcia In th W.rld I For DY8PBP8IA, CONSTIPATION, p.pr.Mloa at Spirits, SOUK STOMA Vl, Heartburn, .M This anrlvall.4 r.medr ia warrant.il not to com. la a .is'" particle o( MincuRY, or anr raln.ral tutiitane, hut la containing tk.u 8auth.ro Roeta and Herbs whl.li an Proridcni. hat pfaaari In amuitrl.f wh.re I tv.r I)u.a..t moat era. .11 It will cure all Dli.atr. cauod by Dras-aim- t of the Llv.r and flow. If. Th SYMPTOMS of Llr.r Comofalnt are a bitter or bad tan In th mouthi rain In tha luck, Sides or Joint., olt.n mlital.n far Khtu m.llimi Sour St.m.chi Lou ol Appetite, centl.e and 1. lleadaclie. Eowtla alternately with a painful1 tenaatlon et Memory, hayinjr tailed to do ornethroe wbl.h Oeght tn have keen deeei D.hltltyt tlrlt, a thick yellow .pp.ir.fi.. of the Skin aad Byta, a dry Ceugh eften nUtaken (or CoMumntton. Sometime, tnaay ol theeo aymptorna attend the dl.ea.e, at others very few, but the Liver la rtnerally fhe teat el the dlHi.e, and If not K.ffnl.ted ifi time, great kaffiring wretchee-.aad DEATH wlU eane. The Kllowier highly eiteem.daeraont atlett la the virtues of Blmmona Liver Kerulator Den. W. B Moll, Pr.e. Oa. S W R. It Co.) Rev Cel, J. R. Pelder, Perry, Oa U . E. K. Sparks, C Matter.en, Sheriff Bibb Co., Ua.i Ron. Aleianderll Vtepliens. penonally, "we have te.ted it vlrtu.a, Unionism, ani" know that (or Dyipep.la, and Throbbing It.adache It li thebe.t rnedlelne Ike world ever saw. We tried forty other remedlea be (or. Simmon. LI ver Regulator, but none gavo u. more than temporary relief) hut tha Regulator not only relieved, hut cured ua," E. TlLXORAril itiv siESSCtoltrt, Heron, Oa. 1URBLY VECETADLE, In connection with the Southern Pa cific Co , will, on flfil after the night of November 7, 1896, tun Iroul CIn clnnatl and Louisville a Pullman BUPPBT SLERPltR KVhRY TUHS- DAy iVND SATURDAY night tocounectillrect at New Orleans with the Southern Pacific s fast, sol-- " ''eatlbule train, the ' Sunset 1,1ml-,tflor Los Aneeles'Mid San Fran Cisco On these cats for CALIFORNIA VIA NKWORLEANS Through icservntlonit Cincinnati and Louisville to the Pacific Coast can be made. In addition to the Bullet Sleeping Car aervice connection will be made at Memphis by train leaving Cinciunalti at 2:30 p tu. and Louis vllle 6:55 p ui. every Wednesday, witii PULLMAN TOURIST SLEEPING CAR leaving Chicago evrry Wednesday and running through without change from Chicago to San Prancico via New Orleans by the aauie ronte Comfortable Fne Reclining Chair Car on this train between Cincinnati Through Louisville and Memphis double-bertrate hut $5 50 from Memphis This is The Only True Winter Route to Callloinla, owing to low altitudes nnd the absence of snow and severe cold weather.. Also good connection to the CITY OP MEXICO via New Orleans, by the HlinnlB Central aud Ibc Southern PaciG-- . Ratl-rral,', ds Illinois Central l. f?,. business year, the bank over which Mr. Gage presides, thePlrst National of Chicago, wipe off ita credits n list of bad debts which aggregated nn amount nwny up in the hundreds ot BY thousands of dollars. And yet the great institution carries a surplus equal to its capital stock, and is a dividend earner of healthy performance. BankThe fact is, Mr. Gage practices what ing. he preaches. He has applied to his business the snggestlons which his Tho Stingy Bankor's Punlsh-lnon- t. stories carry. He keeps his money moving. He takes some tisks. He accumulates some bad accounts. He more than offsets these with the inBottor to Risk Lossos Than creased earnings which results from LIVES. Suys.ma of His Bosom FrlonSpoh his Doath ft Bod. Three Stories of Right and Wrong OI.II IMl'IIUHAIIl.t: NTOIIY IlEVlVr.ll Ticket RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHER ROUTE Ask for special California Polder of I C R. R. They, as well as tickets and full information as to rates nnd Kjjtclfic train time can be had of agents ot tie Central RoUle fetid connecting Jlnrs 01 by addiessing W. A Kell-onA. O. P. A , Louisville, Ky. A II Hanson, Gcn,l Pass'r Agent, Chicago. d, Louisville Dental Co., if 1 OWESBORO,KY. $$ to $7 Porcelain Crowns . v. . . 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made ab matter how much you puy) . $1 Gold tilings f 1 up Silver filling 75c Eztracling, pet tooth . 35c Painlecs extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth arc ordered. Office permanently located 4W.M.ft. GoldCrowis ... WantedHSiTldea thr may brine Protect roar Iduij wwitfc. CO- - PtUDt Atlr Writ JOlIM WAttDUtDURIt B4?a. ft tab I as too. D. CUor Malr $1 Ju pHi effff 2S5S5 J HOW TO FIND OUT. Pill a bottle or common water glass with uiine and let it staud twenty-fou- r hours; a sendiment of settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order. WHAT TO DO. ' mWV ' sjMfir.C There i comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Or Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder nnd every part of the utinary pas sages. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in parsing it, or bad 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 extreordiuary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need n 'medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar Porn sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by wall, mention TjikHaiitfobd Repum-ica- n address and send your full to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Olnghamton, N Y. The proprietors of this piper -. et.. tu.. CUUlMCUC3a illi .ui.. utr IUIB KUaiVUJlCC IUC post-offi- 27iyr. CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE fail Medietas (J.ntl.m.lll-- TASTELESS I8JUSTA8 000D FOR ADULTS. CO CULATI.ILU.,tfOr cts. i , 10, UM. toJwMlwlMM' Co., hi LouH.Mo. COO W. boUI.. el eokt tut OllOTBH TA8TKLIW8 CII1LI. TON 10 art! have boueui three e row already ihia rear. In .11 our ex. perMnco ol II roar., la Iba drug biwlne... nave artiele that save .ncli valvereal .aUe. Mid llr. JSr.CAwj.co. For ale b) Williams & Bell. activity of his capital. If the bankers of the Uultcd Statrs were all Lyman J. Gages these wouldn't be hard HOW Mil JAi: DO EH IIVNinCSH. times. Rather than hoard unnrcess sarily he prefers to take the chances Dispstch to the St. of some losses. There are bankers Washington Louis Olobe Democrat who shake their bends and say Mr. Lyman J. Cage Is a banker with a Gage isn't conservative. Mr. Gage complement ol flesh and blood. He is human Talking of bankers as a told two or three stories not long ago class not long ago, he said; from his personal experience to illus"We represent what is known as trate the right nnd and the wrong way the middle class, the to do banking business. The first of We stand between those who produce his stoties he put Into the mouth of a and those who consume. We are the friend of his in Western New Yotk. result of a long period of evolution. In the country where I live," said And, as nature is ttue to herself, it is the New Yorker, "there came at the probable that the present arrange most critical time ol the yearn killing ment, by which the thing that one frost. It swept the values from cvtry produces is transferred to the one farm The community was a prosper- who consumes is the best device ous one generally. The farmers own- which nature is capable of. I know ed their lands, and most of them had that were are looked upon with con" money in bank, and, were quite free tempt in many quarters. They say from debt. Seeing the loss which we toil not, neither do we spin. had fallen upon the community, it They call us parasites and drones. occurred to me that it was my duty The functions that we fill are useful; to proceed immediately to collect all In fact, they are indispensable factors of the claims I had, and to reluse to in the living of man upon this earth. lend to my customers, no matter how But the world dosn't know it. It is pressing their necessities or how great for us to exemplify, as well as we their ultimate responsibility. I in- can, the office that we perform, and augurated this course with a good show society that we do It as a gendeal of vigor. I soon discovered that uine and indispensable service." my deposits were falling rapidly. The coming Secretary of the TreasMine was the only bank In the comury is broad gauge. C munity, I found that oil ol the claims The lUtnl I'Aiincen which I held, and which were paid, James L. Francis, Alderman, Chi- were paid with checks on myself. cogu. says: I regard Dr. King's New They were obtained by my debtors Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for from members of the community who Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, had funds with me. In short, I dis having used it in my family for the covered that I was putting my affairs last five years, to the exclusion of into a course of rapid liquidation. I immediately reversed my line of ac- physician's prescriptions or other tion, Things came to n rest. I won preprrstions." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, back the confidence oi'the community, and was able to make my usual writes: "I have been a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church for dividends " years or more, and have never A "hard times" story Mr. Gage 50 found anything so beneficial, or that fastened on a Wisconsin banker, speedy relief as Dr. whom he described as "a man of iron gave me such King's New Discovery." Try this firmness." "Hearing of bank troubles in many Ideal Cough Remedy now. Ttral localities," said Mr. Gage, "this Wis- - Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. consin banker determined that he would not lend a dollar, but would ThoJIs.t Momlcrlul Doc In America. passenger train As the collect every claim due him. He enjoyed the entile confidence of the came in yesterday morning at the decommunity, being a man of undoubt- pot the mall car was the source of When thedoora Soon after the much attraction. ed responsibility. banker had determined upon this pol- were opened for theexchange of mails icy, a man of substance applied to that most wonderful dog of all dogs him for a loan of $100, The banker made his appearance loaded down refused, on the ground that he could with medals of every description. He Is known to every one ot "Uncle not spare the money. The would-b- e borrower, from whose mind the illus- Sam's" employes as "Oney," and ion had not yet been dissipated that probably there is not a person in the a bank was a fountain from which world that has traveled over this wealth flowed, was shocked and pain- country and abroad as much as Oney. ed. He went ubout among other Oney hails from Buffalo, and is getmembers of the community expressting along in years. It is said that ing his grief that his banker was in when on reaching a city of any note such a distressed situation. Certain Oney would at once jump into the depositors put their own construction mail wagon and go to the upon the meaning of all this. With- but he is getting so old now, he has in a week the banker himself was a to be llrted into them. He reached humble borrower in Chicago, having Louisville Monday evening from Inpaid In hard cash 25 per cent, of his dianapolis and is now on his way Breckinridge News. liabilities to the community which South. had lost faith in him." Everybody has a cold sometimes Mr Gage'sthlrdstory carried as good your turn will come. Keep a bottle was told to n moral as the otheis. It ol Dr. Bell's Pire Tar Honey at hand Illustrate the application of confidence and be prepared for and emergency. in a small but wonderfully effective This famous remedy will cure a cold way. before it gets fairly started or after it "After the panic of 1873," said Mr. has settled. The sooner you take it Gage, "I visited a town of moderate the sooner you get well. For sale by size not for distant from Chicago. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. The most iraoortant merchant of the Treasury statistics ot circulation place told me this: 'For a week or ten days duiing the panic business show a net iucrease ot $15,754,288 for here came to a standstill. We did the month of January. The items absolutely nothing. One day we res of Increase were $4,680,733 In sliver ceived a $oo hill by express ftom a certificates. $7,118 478 lu United Sta-te- s notes, and $15,020,000 in currency distant town, with directions to credit it ubon the open account of the certificates. The items of decrease sender. We looked at the $100 bill were $3,275,100 in gold coin, $2,220,-68- 3 in standard sllverdoilars,$t,2i2,-61- 6 with tntelett aud curiosity. Afler conferring together, we concluded to in subsldhry silver.$300j8io In send it to Mr. A , whom we owed a gold certificated. $1,437,839 In treassmall amount, knowing that he was ury notes of 1890, nnd $3,617,875 In in need. About 3 o'clock In the national bank notes. A net increase in the town amounting to $7 254,683 in the money a wagon-m.ike- r came into our office with a broad and bullion in the treasury. As smile on his face and said: "lam compared with the corresponding date glad to pay jou $100 ou account. It last year, the money in circulatiou ou, is thefmt money I have seen in a February 1 showed on increase of over good while " We took the money, $76,200,000, the total on the 1st inst. and discovert d it to be the same note being $1,665,977,688. The ciicula-tio- n per oapita based upon the eat we had received by express in the morning. We asked him where he mated population of 72,288,000, is got it, expecting that he would reply put by the treasury expert at $13,05 that he got it from Mr. A , to whom This represents an Increase of 18 we had paid it. He told us that he cents for the month, and ol .set cents had got it from Mr. B. We then foK as compared with the corresponding Bx lowed the history of he note back, date last year. and found ibat it had liquidated nix Most druggists sell you what you other debts of $100 each during the ask for. Some will ask you to take day, and in the afternoon it had come something which they claim is "just back to us, liquidating another debt as good," Some times a little more ot $100. We still bad the note for profit induces them to do this. Dr. fresh operations the next day." is the best Oell'n commented Mr. cough, cold nnd "These stories." grip cure, Alteryon Gage, as be finished) "carry their try it once you will like It too well Ip own suggestions." accept any mihstitute For Bale by Z. Not lomjcgo, at the close of it Wayne Orlffin & Bro Hoard Enormous Funds. ChtistopheC. Ritter, on his death bed in the holtal at Andeison, tells a story to the fleet that Jno, Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Lincoln, is not dead, as the wrld has supposed, but is an actor itSoUth America going under the name of Signor Enes, Ritter and Booth were bosom friends and joined the Knights oi the Golden Circle at the same time in Washington, D. P, Rllter was in the rooms where the Knights were meeting, the night of the murder, when Booth suddenly rushed in and and said: "Men I Wive killed Lincoln. I have this nlgti't Uiiue a great deed for hu manity." Then.'turnlng Ritter, he l' , said: "Will yjitay Ritter replied that he would, and at once rushed to the Kolb & Fox livery barn and got three horses. To make a long Story short. Booth and Ritter discarded their own clothes and put on clothes which plasterers bad been using. Edward Fox put on the clothes which Booth had cast off, in older to carry certain valuable papers in them safely to Booth. Fox looked much like Booth. Ritter says that Fox wasburied for Booth. Aftermak- inggood their escape. Ritter and Booth went to South America. There they met a German named Enoth, who had fled from Germany some years ago, and whom Booth and Ritter both knew in the farthcrland. The two men married Unoth's daughters. While living in Washington Ritter became acquainted with Lewis I. Weichman, who lived at the Sur-ra- tt with-m.e?- and everything pissed fl pleasantly, until the hout for prtiking of the sumptuous top-m- t lind arrive I. He cniyed all the different c mrsw until thr- last one was reached, "Jrlch was coffee He hesitated, but thinking that his wooden tooth had gone Yesth otigh so far, without giving any trouble he would tackle it. After drinking the coffee his tooth began to swell and anoyed him considerably I'd HI finally, ho was compelled to Killed His take one of his lady ftiends into his Son His confidence nnd asked her to perform the fact of extractiug It She failed Sisanr1 it grew 80 bad that he had to go and get n colored helper tq secure n parr of pullers and pull the tooth out. He has never attempted the like Ho Than Slashed His Throat ae In. With a Razor and Blow TRIPLETRAGEDY - Terrible Deed of an Insane Father at Lexington lw terday. John Marrs and Shot Daughter and ter. MANUrACTURID ONLY BY J. II. ZCIUN A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. I.loeoln jtntl Hie (Jontn. On the occasion of a visit to New Y t it, either returning from the north or going, being accompanied by Tad. Mrs, Lincoln announced her artival Out His Brains. Jna.H. Otenn, iiaii once net.! in Tiir. abyi.um. Lexington, Ky., Feb hisfBry-'-orie- 13 The LAWYERS, HAItTEORD, KY. PROFESSIONAL OARD. J. 8.11. Wedding GLENN & WEDDING. -- home and whose evidence was important in the trial. Weichman is now at Anderson running a normal college. Ritter recognized him last' week and the two men had a private talk about the affair. Weichman called Ritter "Bitterspur," the name under which he used to pass. Ritter wears a glass watch charm covered with Greek letters which he says Booth gave him. Ritter appears to be sane and tells a story corroborated Indianop-li- s by many circumstanceds. Sun. Di. Bell's Pire Tar Honey is an important addition to the list of the world's most valuable medicines. Harmless in its nature, yet almost Infallible in its action, it Isundoubtedly the most efficacious means known today of cnting coughs, colds and kindred diseases For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Dr. KnUMii'M Hook. One of the things that a modern e3tplorer,alwny3 takes with him is a ramera. Dr Nansen, of course, had one, and with It took more than a thousand photographs, from which the illustrations have been made which from anexceedingly interesting feature of his book. There are about 250 of them, 130 full page, and 16 colored plates made from colored drawing done by the explorer on the spot; for though Dr. Nansen does not assume to be an artist, he can draw and use colors effectively. The publication of the book in England has been hastened by hhe Messrs. Constable, the English publishers, so that it might come out while Dr. Nansen was in England. He visited Lond&n ou the 2d of Feb ruary, and has been energetically lionized ever since. His wife, a daughter of the late Professor Sara, a zoologist, is with him, and s'aares his honors. She is a singer o reputation, and the Queen has asked her to sing at Windsor. forth-comin- g well-known Beml-annu- west-boun- d post-offic- e, ' Ilow'a TbikT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh P. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions aud financially able (o cary out any obligations made by thrir firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, KInnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free Price 75c, per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Nlury ol i nooilru Too III. Au interesting and laughable story is told on one of Cloverport's young men It seems that a noUble wedding was to take place and this young man would without question receive au Invitation. Two or three days belore the wedding came off, he had the misfortune to lose one of his frost teeth and the affair being so near at hand, it didn't give him time to go to a dentist. This placed him in quite a quandary. He would occasionally go before the tuiror and smile to see If his misfortune could easily be detected. It disfigured him so that he almost gave out the idea of going. Then the thought occurred to him to get a piece of pine and cut it down as near like a tooth as possible, be did so, and Insetted it nnd covered it with wh'te wpx, which proved to answer the purpose. He attended the wedding nt Cure "wortt tlrageuy fffWe New York City, ApiU 28, '64. ington occurred at 8 o.clock this Hon. A. Lincoln, President United morning on South Limestone street. States: John Marrs, family had just gotten We reached here In safety. Hope up. The wife waspreparingbreakfast, you are well. Please send me by and Marts and his little boy were mall a check for $50 directed alone. A pistol shot was heard and to me, care Mr. Warren Leland, Me- - i his daughter ran into the room. tropolltan hotel, N Y. Tad says are HetJittle biother was gasping on the floor with a razor cut on his throat the goats well? Mrs. Lincoln. and bullet hole through his head. ) Executive Mansion. Washington, April 28, '64. J As his little daughter entered the The dralt will go to you. Tell Tad door the father fired at her, the bullet the father and goats are very well.e-s- striking her in the neck. A. Lincoln. His sister, Ida Marrs, teacher in pei tally the goats. There are stores of persons still the city schools lived next door. living in Washington who remember Hearing shots she rushed to the distiuctly this pair of "White House house and was shot by Marrs as she goats." Lincoln, as well as Tad, entered the door, though not fatally was very fond of them. On warm, wounded. Marrs then slashed himself with bright days the father and son would play with these pets an hour at a the razor and blew his brains out To Mrs. Kechley the father time. John Marrs was head clerk and one day said: "Come here aud look partner in the large stote of the company. at my two goats. See how they sniff, Kaufman-Wilso- n He was the clear air and skip and play in the well known and prominent in city afsunshine. Whew, what a jump!" as fairs, being the son of the late City one of them made a lofty spring. Treasurer. A temporary fit of Insanity is sup"He feeds on my bounty and jumps for joy," continued the President. posed to have led to this tragic deed. "I'O you think we could call him a Fifteen years ago he was for a time He has rebounty jumper? My goat is far above confined in the asylum. him; the man wno enlists into the cently talked of committing suicide. service for,n consideration and deserts He was passionately fond of his the moment be receives his money brother. bat to repeat the play is bad enough. See, my pets recognize me," as the two goats advanced and gazed up into the window, shaking their heads. Globe-Democr- at "There they go again. What jolly Semi-weekl- y fui " And he laughed outright as the goats went skipping across the green. The goats certainly appear to have occupied a considerable place in Mr. The flower ot prosperity will soon Lincoln's affections, for in the follow- be blooming if and ing telegram, later the same year, he grumblers do not pull back too evermentioned them again: lastingly much. We must not fail to remember that to succeed in the War Department, Washington, Sept. 8, 1864 J nation, there must be harmony and Mrs A. Lincoln, Manchester, Vt.: good will among all men and all All well, including Tad's pony and classes We must go' together it the. goats. Mrs. Colonel Dimmick success crowns. died night before last. Bob Jeft Sunday afternoon. Said he did not know Wbcr sre itie Democrat? A lew years ago and Democracy whether she should see yon. stood tor a principle and represented A Lincoln. While the central figure in the a party, today it represents a dead Wtute House was occasionally in- past; a reeking stench to the nostril dulging in such Innocent diversions of decency. The true democracy had he was deeply engrossed with the a principle upon which they could vast preparations for the the spring stand, but the new conglomeration campaign then going forward. The is a treacherous etucture and built armies of Grant, Sherman and the upon the sand of deception, which others began their concerted forward are gradually, batsurely slipping out movement on the 4th of May, 1894, from under it. Without principle, about a week after the interchange of without aim, drifting which ever way the ' goat" telegrams quoted above. the most spoils are to be had. A The enemies of the Union, by sneers political pirate that has seized upon at Lincoln's so called "buffoonery," the principles ol another and weaker enieavoring to convince the North party and are now attempting to enthat he not only lacked dignity, sta slave the followers of populism, and bility of 'character and capacity, but forever bind them to their worthless had no appreciation of the trials oi old hulk, that is eovered outside with the nation nor the hardships of the slime and upon the inside a reeking soldiers. Doubtless many good peomass of political filth and treachery. ple were convinced that Lincoln was ...Ex. deficient in feeling, but it is quite cer tain that there never was a day when he did not have the affections of tht soldiers. Mr. Stoddard relates that on one of Lincoln's visits to the theater, after blood disease which Is a the audience had risen und cheered all the mineral mixtures in the world cannot cure. S.S.S. guaranteed purely hi i, a harsh voice near the center vegetable ) is a real blood remedy for e croaked out: He hasn't any. blood diseases and has no equal. Mrs. Y.T. Buck, of Delaney, Ark., had business here! That's all he cares years and most Scrofula for twenty-fiv- e fur his poor soldiers!" Instantly of the time was uuder the care of the him out!" resounded doctors who could not relieve her. A yt'laof"Put specialist said ne ftotu all quarters The ruffian, could cure her, but quickly identified, was not a soldier he filled her with arsenic and potash ai all, and he was incontinently bus-tk- d which almost ruined through the door into the street her constitution. She by a paity of ical soldiers amid a nearly then took blood every clang of pattiottc music opportunely medicine and drank stiuek uy by the orchestra. Lincoln them by the wholesale, at peared not to notice the incident. bat they did not reach trouble. l'rom Lincoln's Home Life in WashJVA &S .(A. ,her suviseu ucr Some 10 iiy one ington," by Leslie J Peny, In HorS.S.S. and she very soon found that she had a real blood net's Magazine for February. remedy at last. She says: "After taking one dozen bottles of 8.S.S. I am Ouly Womnn I'lIM perfectly well, my skin is clear Mrs. Callie French, who bears the and healthy and I would not be in distinction of being the only woman my former condition for two thousand dollars. Instead of drying uptho poison pilot on the Mississippi, and is a naiu my system, like the potash and arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease out tive of Kentucky, Is dying at Carroll-tothrough the skin, and I was permaMiss. The Society of Masters nently rid of it." aud pilots licensed her about four years ago. She came from a family of S.S.S. never fails to cure Scrofula. river captains, and when a young Kczema. Rheumatism Contagious Blood father, says the Poison, or any disorder of the blood. girls assisted her Paducah News. A severe cold Is said Do not tely upon a simple tonia to cure blood disease, but take a to have broughton the present illness. real blood remedy. Our books Mrs. French Is well known in Owensfree ttpou appliboro. cation. Swift .. Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ot. The Floating Studio Is ntRockpott. thus: ties, and court of Appeals. Special attention civin A1. Notary Public for Ohio county. r (Oace,oyprAndrrson'aBauar.) ' Will practice their profession in nt. thocouru of Ohio and adjoining coun- y CTarraos u&..Smlth, T AW flTTDlEY Will nractirn his nrnfoSHinn i CiLi 11.1 .illntntnM j.a..ui! uu a.jju.uiug tuuuura, unuf conn. OI A ppeais. Special attention given t CO illections. uuice ca side orpuHii IIAIITFOltn. KT. square M. I,. IlBAVRlN. SUHLBY TAYLOR. HEAVRfN & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. TJ. "R WTnTiTYTKlri Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohm nnd n,l,v;;.. counties. Also Not&rv Pnhh'n. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Hartfokd, Ky. Tho Eepublican St. Louis one year Attorney at Law, hartfokd, ky, p. 2&m BufiL.DEeN-E'ra?- , and the Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Publit. for $1.75. E3. Will practice his professioa ix tic Courts of Ohio and adjoining comities. Special attention given t col. lections. Office in Courthouso. Attorney aijOw, HARTFORD, KT. aa. 1ST3E3JSLX., ' (Connty Attorney) 7 Attorney ai Lav? HARTFORD, given to abstracts, &., also Notary Pubiio lor Ohid County. Office North sido of public square. " JNO. B. WILSON, KY: SPECIAL attention making .. Attorney ai taw Ky. Haiitpoiid, Will practice his profession in all tssa Courts of Ohio aud adjoiniug counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offic with T; J. Suita & Co., Market Hlreet. B. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, flvir Attorney at Law, Hsrtford, Ky., Will uractice his rrofewio la OkU and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all bueines onttusteil tohiscaro. Ofieo iu Repusmvak buirdiog. J. B. VICEERa, SoroMa Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts ol Okie and adjoining counties. Spesisl at tentlou given to collestioni. OUe with County Attorney. I want every men ami woman la the United Elates InUretted In the Opium and Whl.k habits to have one of inv books on the.a die. Addreas II. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ua? Box US, and ono will be tebt joa tree. AHMISTEAD JONHS, deep-seate- d ai-l- nemos. .! :,-, LubIs I.autlllv,lleneUrMi .V SI '.f I. nj Co' lu 1 iri Juno ui - r .", i; IImJI. Wait boned No 4i I. Louisville . . L rtiantlenbutg . . 9 22 7 55 8 20 L Irvington . 9 40 I, Stephen port . . 10 38 h Clovetpott . . 10 47 918 L, Harre.iville . . II 12 944 h Owensboro . . ia 15 p mio 48 daily dsily 7 ss a m 6 3 piu No, 43 88 No, 44 2 55 3 55 4. W" Ar Henderson. I No 42 daily Vast bouad L Henutrson . . . 7 aa a m L Owoosbaro . . . 8 25 L UawcslDa . . . 9 aj 15 11 SS dally pm LCtoTtrport 53 . , . n, I, StMihsnpoit I, Itvlntton L Rrandonbnrg A? ... lttbyUltr 9 5B . 10 11 10 51 . 11 18 M 4$ P m 517 5 6 as Vi) 6 39 8 A Real Blood Remedy. aeeD-seaie- TIME TAIU.K I. '. 11. II, UHAVIUI DA KY. GOING JtAST. Local Freight No. 292 a fj 00 a. in. No. 222 a t oa p. in. Mail No. 202 a 7 5 P- - rn. Fast Mail OQIKG WEST. Fast Mall b 2l & No 201 a 7 17 a tu. No. 221 a 12 25 p m. Mall Local Pjeight No 291 a j 25 p m, II MltHHlCK. Agt. Hartford Republican. VR1DAY, PBDKUARY 19, 1807. Office on Fox Street. Iaenert Rvery Friday nt llnrllnnl, )(j. SAM A. ANDBRBON Gov. Lowntlw, of Maryland, Bay he is a failure as a farmer, because of That is his Ignoranoo of farming. what makes m many failure in a! mutt every biwinees. Editor. "Subscription, $1.25 per yoac Hntered at the at Hartford as second class mall matter. post-office The Democratic committer in at most every oouiily in tho State are shutting out tho truo Democrats from their conventions, and aro ohasing falso gods. t r t The Republicans aro now in good working order nod stand united for tho ticket nominated Monday. The Republican party is a party of pripi cipal and prepared to maintain those principles. . of tho Bardstown Record writes to that paper as follows: "I havo just heard of a novel way in which one of our esteemed citizens who lives but a The Bloomfield correspondent f REPULIOAN TICKET. Election Nov. 2, 897. 1 r itl short distanco from town catches all tho rabbits ho wants. In a woods County Judge, Jas. A. Fark. posturo near his homo lies a hollow County Clerk, M. S. Ragland. log, and he noticed how quick the Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Ileavrin. cottontails made for this log whou his dog got after them. A bright idea BbcrifT, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fun Rogers. struck htm, as it was a deal of trouble to get tnem, tho log being soma twen Jailer, Thos. H. Black. ty feet long and hollow nearly all tho Assessor, G. D. Royal. way. lie rolled the log away Coroner, L. W. Hunt. aad put instead a solid one, with n Surveyor, N. Moxley. largo black spot painted on tho end, AnnoQrvEements Democratic Ticket. and all he had to do was to take bis We are authorized to announce dogB out, when the rabbits would ELI II. BROWN mako for the log, and taking the black A3 a candidate for Circuit Judge ol spot for tho hollow, would but his the Sixth Judicial District, subject to brains against it. Then all ho would the action of the Democratic party. have to do was to shovo the dead ono We ate authorized to announce aside and start tho dogs again and W. T. OWUN again until he had enough.' as As a candidate for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss Poi'ULiSTS throughout tho country trict, subject to the action of the are becoming thoroughly disgusted Democratic party. with the Democratic party and are For Commonwealth's Attorney. standing boldly up for their princiWe are authorized to announce ples and shunning their enemies KDWARD E. KELLY Democrats on every hand the As a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dish About all tho Populist papers are optrict, subject to the action ot the posed fusion for spoils and to aro loud Democratic party. in their denunciation of such methods. For Comity Allornry Tho rank and file of the Populist par We are authorized to announce ty have como to tho conclusion that J. B. VICKERS Asta candidate for the office of Couns they are being traded off like slaves ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject and they are kicking out of the fusion to the Democratic party. Bryan has gone entirely business. back on tho Populists who supported We are authorized to announce F. L. FELIX him in the last campaign, and the As a candidate for the office ot Coun- Free Republic, ono of the leading ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject Populist papers of the United States, to the action of the Democratic party. says: "Bryan's new book is dedicated to There is no partisanship in Fretcc-- . R. P. Bland and Jas. B, Weaver and tion. It is truly an American sys- Henry M. Teller. The Hon T..m tem, and nothing more. It benefits Watson and the true blue Populists who supported Bryan and Watson are the poor man. thus again Insulted by this great We should Democratic hero Bryan. The yoke of pondage will bo think that Bryan himself for decenfremthe people the 4th ot next cy's sake would have shown his apmonth and everybody knows what preciation of Populistsenoughto have dedicated his book to his recent run this meanB prosperity. nine mate. He should know that it TnE average wages of workingmen is Watson and not Weaver who rep resents t'ae element that nominated of all classes in Mexico is 35 cents per Bryan at St. Louis. Bryan's book us from such prosperity bids fair to fall as flat as his lecture day. Deliver fake. In fact there was no occasion in Free Silver countries. The people for his writing a book. Dn. AirniuH Duestrow, the St. don't care to read a book written by a defeated candidate whose, party was who killed his too cowardly to assert the whole Louis millionaire, wife and child on February 13, 1894, truth on the money qnestion, alter twenty years of silence and having was hanged in that city Tuesday. had full political power to right the 'silvei' wrongs they howled about, Miss Alice Castleman, of LouisBryan is a policy Democrat and the ville, was crowned queen of the chars people repudiated him because of that ity ball in New York City last week. fact and the fact that they knew bis Who says Kentucky cannot boast of party is no reform party " Cir-cu- it vsd The mere suiiauncement that Col Clint O. Ford will lelnour midst next week is a guarantee that he will have crowded house easji night Hi home people are proud-- ol him, and prou I Gj his achievements in the theatrical world and are waiting anxiously for his coming to show their npprcclatl m of htm. He has a strong Company, and Dhows in all the largest cities of the United Ptatoa He is on his way South an J could not pass Hnttloid. his home people, without stalng over with them, a few duys. hence he has aeciuea 10 remain licre oneneei: next Monday night Ills these Pree.Trade suppliants think scenery is the best that 8 pain edind the average Republican carries that his plays are the best that are pro he can take it out and regulate it to duced on,the American stage the direction ol every wind of expedCol. Ford is a pleasing actor and ience that btows? How long is it has a world'wide reputation. Come since ''most ample Protection" and out next week, and jou will surely "moderate Protection" came to be go away satisfied. expressions? By interchangeable The Philadelphia Item sasofhls what sort of verbal juglingcan a Tar- play, "An American Hero." iff which falls short of lull Protection "An American Hero," a production be called a Protective Tariff? And of unusual magnitude was given at who dares to say that the Republican the Standard Theatre last evening, party did not promise full Protection? headed by the popular actor, Clint G. The long and the short of it Is that Gord. The play gives Mr. Ford the having wrecked opportunity to take several protean the their own party by getting goods un- disguised, of which opportunity he der false pretenses, want to destroy avails himself to the delight of his the power ot the Republican party to audience. His conception of the dif by wheedling It ferent characters heraosumes proves combat Free-Trainto a violation of its pledges and at- him to be a versatile and finished actaching to it the same matodorour re- tor. The play runs through five ex putation for bid faith which a long citing acts, in which the interest Is career of misdeeds has permanently kept up to the very end. The comfastened upon the party of pany carries fine special scenery for But Republicanism and idio- every net. cy have not yet conic to be synonymous terms. Ex. "Look Horo Good Pooplol" I 11 Free-Traderde Free-Trade. horses which they thetnsclve had Trade cart lias h t tied to the tntde them so insignificant in their own utrenglh that they are resorting to supplication inatead of threats and are suggestion that Republicans prac adopt the fraudulent lice ot putting a ptpmise In their platform and a breach of the promise tii their laws. It Is nothing to them that the Republicans, nearly 1,000 strong, rep resenting Republicanism in all quarters of the United States, assembled at St. Louis and made a contract with ' the voters ol the country in which j they solemnly agreed to secure "moat ample" Protection to every form of American industry, and bound themselves the m st emphatic lauguage to enact laws which would serve this end. What kind of a conscience do lltt OLINT FORD COMING. Tho Popular Actor will bo in Hartford Noxt Wook. Sales With a Firm Free-Trad- With Hood's IMm pa rllla," Sales Talk," and show that this medl olno has enjoyed public eenBdatiee and patronage to a greater exteiittbanaecortl. Thto ad any other proprietory medtalne greater Is altnply because It potsesses merit and produces greater cures than any other. It Is not what wo nay, but what Hood's Barsaparllla does, that tells the story. Atl advertisements o( Hood' Saraaparllla, like Hood's Sarsaparllla Itself, aro honest. Wo have never deceived tho public, and this with Its superlativo medicinal merit, Is why tho peoplo havo abiding confidence In It, and buy Talk BE nm OF THE of AND A IPEilTY Revival of Business" ..'V d '""4"'- - Hood's Sarsaparilla Almost to the exclusion ot alt others. Try It Prepared only by C I Hood & Co., Lovull, Man. -r-.i ...' i.T.: Wo arc making great for a big HOOU S PUIS with Howl's Barsapartlla. Uootl Tlmea Coining A recent advertisment ot a Cleveland merchant published in The Leas her beautiful women? Hon. Jno. D. Carroll, ex Chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee, has declared for protection to American industry and says Thus the Tariff reform is wrong. Democratic party is getting right and coming over on the side of Proteccoming. tion, Sound Money and good government. A few years ago the Hartford Jferald was too proud to notice the Fordsville Erprees, and was also too proud to let the name of the Hartford Rni'UULicAN be mentioned in its columns. It has again taken on its aristocratic airs. Watch it fuso and fuss and as it has already about shot its "wad" we will ask that it reprint its editorials in regard to Messrs. Pirtle, Crowoand Miller and other Populists of Ohio county. who once was a rich man but now almost penniless, is in Lon don writing an account of his lee ture trip around the world, which was not a financial success, and hopes by the profits of his new book to get oven with the world once more. He lost all and became heavily involved when the publishing firm of Webster & Co. failed. The thoueauds who have enjoyed his literary works of ot former days, wish him success in bis latest endeavor, Prosperity Awaits Prnlrellon. There are some complaints by the doubting Thomases that the election of M cKinley has not transported us back at once tu such prosperity ns we had in 1891 and 1892, under the law. That is about as reasoua-bl- e as to expect roses to bloom out of doors in December because June id Because we know June der began with this announcement: "There's a good time coming just as snre as you are a foot high." There is a merchant who believes in assisting the return of prosperity, and he has adopted the best possible way to do it. There is a good time coming. That Is certain. Prosperity is on the wav. Some ot it is here already, and the merchants are begins niug to feel it. They will feel it more with the revival of industrial activity in the spring. Now is the time to take advantage of the Improvtd condition of affairs The merchant must do it by letting the public know what he has to sell. He can do that by advertising. Times are perhaps better than the people realize Many workmen who have been idle during the greater part of the past two or three years are; regaining lost employment. Many of them are paying debts that have accumulated, but they are rapidly getting on their feet and will soon be in a position tosharewith the merchants the renewed prosperity they are enjoying. It was not to have been expected that prosperity would return at a bound. Three years of enforced economy must have had a depressing effect. It took months to reduce the people to the condition in which they found themselves alter the recent election. It must necessarily take time to bring them back to prosperity again. Men and women who have been economizing are not inclined to change their habits all at once. But there is a good time coming, and the people will not have long to wait for it either. The future is full of hope for e verybody, and the more that hopefulness finds expression the better it will be for all. -- Clevelanl 0-3k.3- Our buyer, Mr. Jones, is now in St. Louis buying a largo stock of general merchandise including every- thing kept in a general store. Remember wo buy with six largo cash stores and get the very bottom prices We now have in stock a big lot of rasa and clover seed, also tho celebrated Oliver chilled plows and repairs for same. Morehi'ad, Jones & Co. Centretown, Ky, Feb. 3, 1897. Oppoalua; Fnalnn. of fusion yesterday in conference of the Democratic Commute and the Popnlist Committee was for the party's good. There can can be no doubt of that fact, whatever may be the opinion of those who had the incongruous mixture so much at heart, Owensboro Press. The Hustler would respectfully suggest to the persons interested in urging Mr. Cooke, the Chairman of the Democratic County Committee, to call the committee together again for the purpose of still trying to arrange a fusion with the Populists upon the basis of assigning to that party the selection of candidates for certain county offices, that they are, In our humble opinion doing that which is not for the best interests of the party. Madlsonviile Hustler: "There are hundreds of Democrats in Owensboro and Daxlcss county who will never put their X mark anywhere save right under the rooster's feet. They want no fusion under Owensbastard political device." boro Inquirer. "The Sun was the only paper In the county that fonght the surrender of the Democracy to the Populists; and it is the only paper in the county that stands at all times on the watcV tower to warn the party of approachMorganfield Sun. ing danger." 1 . , The failure Protection (liMiprn Before the Ways and Means Committee on January 11. Mr. W. Colder of Chicago, n manufacturer ol "moss peat,'' when asking for Protection for his industry, stated thatbefore domestic competition began under a Protective Tariff the foreign prire of mofs peat was $jo per ton, but when the home supply appeared the price dropped to $ta per ton This is only one in a long list f timlhy instances Such cases could bo multiplied a hundred times where the price of a has taken a sudden drop as toon ns a Protective Tariff" has been put upon it and a domestic industry has been established Under Free Trade the foreign manutactmer, with his cheap labor, has a monopoly, and he makes the most of hU opportunity to line his pocket well. A Protective Tariff puts and end to his monopoly by permitting the Amerlcin producer I to compete, and competition inevitably results in cutting down cxoibl taut profits and in fixing a fair price for products The ultimate result, in every case, ul the imposition of a Protective Tariff and the consequent sptinging up of a domestic industry and of domestic competition has been a lowering of prices, as experience And yet Mr. Cleveland has shown and those of his ilk still insist that the amount o' the Tar ill is added to the price of n foreign product. But, as every one knows, facts cnt little Ice with Free Traders. Fortunately, facts carry more weight' with the vot ers Ex. 1 pio-du- l'rli'. SPBING TRADE. In order to do this wo havo fixed a price on everything that will make them go. It is not nocossa- ry for us to give prices on every . : article in the house, but will give you a tew and you can comg anck. Xrc-- : . see for yourselves. . -- Best Calico Heavy Factory Cotton A Pair of Joaus Pants ikraP , AMau'sSuitolClnthM A Good Overoont Alloy'sSult SIou's BootftTiAll lot lOj anil Hi only) - A Nioa Wardrobo .jfcf7 -- THESE PHEOES COME AND SECURE SOME will only last about three weeks. ', ' t ii Truth In H Impure blood is the natural result ! IMil-lirll. - ISO BARGAINS. ,1 of close confinement in house, school room or shop. Blood Is purified by Hood's and all the disagreeable results of impure blond disappear with the use Of this medicine. If you wish to feel well, kewp your blood pure with Hood's Siisipiti'la Hood's Pills are reliable, sure. JlUfcloiinry lfrm. India has now about 90 lotelgn missionaries nt work. The China Inland Mission has over 600 missionaries in the field. The Moravians eive on an average $13 perliead yearly to foreign mis-sior- "BLTST. i.ivi: KIN. Rev. J D Duoktn will fill his regular appoiutmeut here next Sunday. Rev" John Jarnagiu will preach here the fourth Sunday Mrs l'nny Patton's baby died at Mr.J I) Millers rrccctly, this is three out ol her fimlly she has lost in the past four months Mr Henry O veng will begin woik at Mr S M. Wilson next Monday. Mr L'gmi Ponl, ol Louisville, is visiting HiemU and relatives in this community nt this writing. Mr J Bradley. f Tonetee, is visiting In thia vldnitr. Amikrson. receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps, a generous sample will be mailed ol the moat popular Catarrh and Ha Fever Cute (Bly's Cicnm Balm) mfHrient tn demonstrate Its great merit Hull mae 51c Just Bocolvod 75 bushels the best family Gentle, cathartic and liver medicine grass and timothy seed and lots of seed oits that will be sold at lowest clover seed. 200 J171 cash prices. Big stock of Oliver v.niuea piows ana repairs. Two car loads ot furniture, chairs, cookstoves, etc etc., just coming in. Watch for our spring advertisement. Something is - uuiuc to urop. Jones is Leader. Mark Twain, coming, we may order rose trees but we don't expect the roses to bloom until the December snow is gone. bill is the While the Wilson-Gormlaw of the land we caunot expect any great measure of prosperity. The most that we can hope for is that we may be spared from further disaster. Merchants have the same inducements to buy abroad that they have had from the beginning of the law. It is true that many mills which were closed have started up, and that many others which would have shut down In cate of McKinley's defeat have continued. So much substantial good has come from the mere prospect of Protection in the near future. But these mills have gone on with work In expectation of future orders, an 2UCA. Ilea Until sSrutu M ffi&C&M W when Protection to American industries will once more be established, rather than to meet present demands. Confidence has been restored, and further disaster prevented by the as. sutance ct the re establishment of the 01 hell; goahead " only midAmerican system; but real or wideand co atetd they did with their spread prosperity cannot come until name. Protection to American Industries is a reality ol the present and not a proDit, J, S. Coleman will reach his There have appeared in the columns Economist. mise of the future. of this paper for aiveril yeir the adthree ecoio and ten birthday next vertisements of Ely'h Creim bUlm, a Tuesday, having been born and I'romlnd Hliiiiilil tin Kent. A lot of people have bobbed up in remedy for Cntarib, Cold in the Head reared in this county, never having resided out of the county but two evidence during the recant Tariff and lor Hay Fiver. It is with much years and a half and now resides hearings who seem tojhlnk that Re- pleasure that we can cull the partial within four miles and a half ot his publicans have such short memories lnr attention of our readers to the fact Few men of the 19th that they have forgotton their pledges that thin nrtie'e stands vcrv high birthplace, remedies, and particularly hirjh Contury have left their imp row ruoro of last June. They argue that those. as a catarrh medicine lt'y Brothers, indslabto upon the ago in which they Democrats who bolted their regular party nomination, and took rcluge we are informed, hive had long exlived, or who have loft behind thera under the McKinley umbrella, have perience asdrugglstsaud pharmacists stronger evidence ot great uselull-iibof a Tariff and a remedy coming from such a He bus been 44 years oontlnu. rights in the framing measure which Republicans should source should have the confidence of ously ia the ministry, during whioh those desiring a reliable preparation time he has baptized 4,712 persons, respect, and that the last Republicans inspire confidence can do is to frame a "moderate" bill, One fact that organized 43 churches, ordained 41 Is to la thejr cntarrh cure ( Bly's Cream-Btln- i) ministers, dedicated O4 churches, Of course this means that there is that thev ate willing to have married 2,000 peo pie, Presided as be as little Protection as is consiitent Moderator ovor District Association with the necessity ol raising revenue it put to the test, and in order that since 1857, and us President of the by every on may try it they are n w , the new mrasme General Association of Kentucky These peop'eare the old Free Tr de offering a generous trial size through kince 1859, with a few short inter the druggists, or will uiail it on reinasqucraders in a new costume vals and now holds that office. From their gleelul threats tp murder ceipt pi 10 cents. The full size is 50 Y u need net our Protected industries' and "plant cents per pickage ' their recent hesitate to send to (hem for the remCUMS MMtRi Ail Hit A11&. flowers on their gra-e- ; rtOougta Hjrup. Tut UouO. Tlwr address is 56 Warien Id tint. fcuM br experience is being clean run owav edy wild Street. N..- York City. w.tU by the unmanageable m. ! , , , Jacknon null WHlllujr. Covington, Ky , Feb. 17. The death warrants for Jackson and Walling were delivered to Sheriff Plums ruer at noon by Special Messenger C. M. Walcutt. Thirty-fivmillions of these people It is impossible to avoid the belief pass annuallv into Christlcss craves. that Jackson and Walling still have a a Cmvllin tev Dr. Robnt-ionhope, which they think well groundminuter of note, states that in the ed, that they will never die on the Canadiin church $20,003 are now gallows. If not, they are beyond the given nnnnally to foreign missions pale of human feelings and the emoby congregations that ware founded tions which characterize, in greater 29 tf as home mission stitioic within 'flic or lesidegree, thechildren ol the Caulast twenty year. It is a striking casian race Thrir ays are spent in illustration of the truth that "the gaming of on; sott or other. Today very best way to help foreign missions the two were placing checkers when Every expectant mother has to establish li"nie missions. a trying ordeal to faco. If aho does not ii the news of the action ol Gov Bradley, fixing March 20 ns the day for Hood's Suaoparilla In known to their execution, was told them. Jackbe an honest medicine, and It acunlly son; who nevtr Incs his politeness cntes whan all others fall. Take it smiled ami mid: "Thank you." now. Walling, v ho never losts his btutlsh-nris- . e All patties indebted to the estate ol deceased, by Dr. J. E Pendleton, note, account, or otherwise, are hereby notified to call on me and make the best settlement they can. It will be impossible for me to call on all parties indebted to the estate in per son, and unless this notice is heeded within a reasonable time I shall be compelled, In thedlschuge of my duties as executor of Dr Pendleton's estate, to place his claims In the bands of an officer for collection in order to settle said estate within the time reW. B Render, quired by law. Executor ol J. E. Pendleton, dee'd. At the office of Taylor & Mcllenry .toiler. All the inhabitants of Bethleham. the town ol the nativity are now said tn be ChrUtiin Probably one third of the tt 000 000 souls estimated to inhabit the Congobasin nre canibils Mlsslomrid on tile foreign fiW bring on three times as many con vett each ear as nil the missionaries here nt horae.nided by Christian in finer ce workers and literature Reliable estimates shoar that d'ir. ing the present century four million of people have been btptised Irom among the heathen, but during Unit time the heathen peoples have increased two hundred millions There are eight hundred millions on earth today who have never heard of Christ hA.-- .... Pr.KASA.ST & Yours for trade, UlDUB, KY. i Morehead, Oi Thousands Ara Trying It. C.riu, aad obulatd aad all fat- tatbutiee.troiidaet.4 toe m...... ouaOrnccieOmtiTtu.B. ParciiTOrriei 1 . imumTo tat Trada-Mul- a ; a '1 If oara.i.Ll. . chart. Our ( not dot bit Mt.nt aWnH, A PAMrxLtr. " Obula Piium," kk U. S. femca toutriM Miit Aildma, mm &aa "" Jo.ut. npeuiniriMi. rlrl baa :i tkrO, Wat New York City. It is the medicine above all others IS!i5IrS"vW"L-'AT.D.C- . lVVajW f - "-'- " wwwwwwi rt for catarrh, and ia worth its weight in t naW aftaisli.at.iOi ifcuJr ' - " ii rt gold I can use Ely's Cream Balm with safety and it does all that Is "Nothing else claimed for it. B. W. Sperry, Hartford, Conn. The most refreshlnc and , rlv BRornijRs. t,6 Warren St . C.A.SNOW&CO w uwlntbi lit. i4 like it:" tic skin. pleasant Soap for ft i Illinois (Jen. Direct to the &. AA.&rdi AT r&s I The Worih Atlantic Squadron TO ew Orleans IN f Hrt CPJ.BB TION Soap, m Q9X PRTtCrlTK rwlHt I Toner NuauarDMH Reduced rates (lrrliUnrctalin from pointMon the Il'inota Central It iiroad particulars of lnph cm he nbtn'tied of ticket aeenta rf the Central" and con ncctltie lines Lf Price 2JJW TOIUrr fjjg It lasts twice as i Mr. W. M. Liblna lectured mti.vo. here n moat get ready for It, thero is no telling what may happen. Cldld-blrtla full of uncertainties if Nature Is not given proper assistance. h Wb"i Mother's Friend at this time--It is a liniment, and when regularly applied boy end months before baby comes, It makea tho advent easy and nearly pain, lees. It relievos and proventa " morning sickness," relaxes tho overstrained muscles, rolievos tho distended fooling, shortens labor, makes recovery rapid and certain without any dangerous aftereffects. Mother's friend Is good for only one purpose, viz t to relieve motherhood of dangor and pain. St dollar per bottle at all drug (tores, or sent U tho beet help you can uso by mall on receipt ot price. rata UooKS, containing valaabU Information for women, will bo sent to any addreaa upon application to TUB URADPILLD RROULATOR CO., AtUali. rja, ' In addition labile mining l Rex excellent sermon Sunday morning ot and to the Pr"tena wne nn billon the church Marrh lat and to. the Hex Phunny Mr C E Smith opened school here flintty Phellowa and Cmttua rwades on Mardi(iraAtav, Mreh 7 1, on the second Monday. Prospects anil are flattering for a pood school WHITE SHPIS OF THE NAVY Mr M P. Kiutbley baa a position will take part In ill tast'vlHes n the occasion, the Maw of New Orleans on the iteamer Uvmsville m Mrs Lucy I'tiikersnn who hia bien bavins; receive! mlvice from lite of the Navt lint ships of North la dangerously scV lor so mo tune Atlantic Squadron will b cent to the better at thiswriiting Crescent Ctty Aitilng the Mardi Cms A rare opportunity for Mrs William Bretchcr died at her celebration Inland people tn are some ul the finest home near here Peb 10th of pneuAtivan typtfi ol our moder: navv monia She leaves a h unhand mid tags may also be taken of this neeas. five children to mourn her fep.tr1 ure ion by those desiring to attend the Mrs Sjlvester Tilfotd, Hoc!. port, Catholta SoUool Wintor died very suddenly Ptb tth and was at New Orleans whoseanutialsraalnn She was lor tor 1897 will be Irom Mtrch 4 th to burled hue the istli many ears a re dent of th s place 20th S'ic was ugool christian Hdj and Particulars ol our locil railroad will be Rieatly misted Iolh t l et. S O Hatch. Dlv Pass Agent, Saturday nieht. RtV loslun Miller piewbed Double Daily Train Servlca to New nrlaans, Fast Time and Solid VoiVbule long-- as others. Atrial win convince yon or Ita treat omit. Will plsase the most raaUdlsus, Mir. ol ( CHARLES F.MILLER, I'RliNCM MILLED SOAPS AND Trains. 'e''e itaTAnuiBHicp. taig. e i Lancaster. Perm. v u i' f lll Sec-r.t- To any pemou Interacted In humane matters, 01 who loves animals, we will send free, upon application, a copycf he "AI.UANCB," the organ ot this Society In addition to its Jn tensely intaiestlng reading, it con tallica Hit of the valuable and unu-tuptcintums glvno by the paper. Address TJIHNVTIOVAN 410 7 8t HWMAMt Sent Free! 1 A$UANC8, . 1 4, 4tiUnltelChatttle9Dulld'lHgtNrY 1 itirarsnrnnraraisinci wmiiAMtmmAmiiki H' Subscribe for Tho Republican and got all the nows. liticUldi'n irnlcn holvo. The Best" Solve in Uie wojld flrutsea, Sqrea, Ulcers, Salt Khcuin, FeVerSoree, Tttttr, Chapped Ilamla, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin ilrtipUons.'Bnd positively cura or no pay rqilted. l Pl!f Jno A ScoTr, Div Pass Agent, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Mem pin-- , or money refunded Pilce as cents A II Hanson, o v a , Chicago. per box Por sale by Williams & Dell. , Jmisville, 13.1 yr. W A Kblund, lor-CutCin-ctnit'- ti. aopa v liKKs SSBSSSSHkSKSSK JL" CUNT Ill 3. COURT One Weei HAKTF ORD, KY. A New Play Each Night & (Jommeneing Can you uso the following . goods at prices that Mrs G is sick. Bros. & Popular Prices. Jteservo Seats on sale atZ. Wuyno Griffin Drug Store. $t buys a $tp cloak at Fair . Bro's BE PUBLICANS MEET Largest Crowd Ever at a vention in Hartford. Con- Awarded (Ighest Honors World' Fair DHL - -- are quoting. Fair Bros. & Co. They ara Nice style prints. & Co's. BARGAINS And can't last long. Jeans Pants Qbr. per pair at Carson &Co's. 1' Our Cloaks'atybur own price. , a Carson & Co. -- "'-- rst up" 3c at Fair Bros. CREAHf Give" us a crifwhe Printing. neeu jou . . - - Good tobacco canvass,, Bros & Co. iic at Fair THE The MEETING En- WAS HARMONIOUS. n COME AT ONCE. Absolutely Puro. Mr. R. O. Neel, town this week. Fonisvllle, was In It lot of bed comforts sold for 75c. now 59c. 6 dozen French woven corsots, sold for 50c 1 now 39cts. liraid sold for One lot of colored rick-rac20c per bunch, now 5c. One lot children gossamers sold for $1.00 now 25c. 50 doz. ladies bordered hemstitchtid handkerchiefs were 10c now 5c. 1 lot bed blankets, all wool, sold for $3.00 and $3.50 now 2.50 and $3.00. 1 lot of men shoes sold for $3, now $2. 1 lot overcoats sold for 83.50 now $2.50. 1 lot Beaver overcoats sold for $5, 7 8.50 now $3.50, 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 Heavy yard wide domestic 5c at Celebrated for its great leavening strength and health fulness. Assures Fair Bros. & Co's. j the food against alum and all tortus ol 1 lot oi mens suspenders was 35c to the cheap adulteration 'common brands. Royal Baking 1'owdbr Co., now 150 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Nrw York. Mrs. Hacket, Livermore, Is the Remember Ford's show next; week. Good plow fthoes $1 at Pair Bros.& Co's. Bargains in overcoats at Pair Bros. Meeting Large and Was thusiastic. Every Frecinctwas Represented by Dele- guest ot her sister, Mrs. J. P. Hicks. Mr. Tom Baitlett, Daviess county, will visit friends in Hartford next week. Bring us your butter and eggs. We pay the highest market prices. gates. Eobublicans in Good Working Order. Good Mon Woro Boforo tho Convontlon for Evory Office. VICTORY IN NOVESIIinn. &Co's. Choice of Fair Bros. ties for 38c - & Co's 50c Car-so- Path Bros. Two spools thread for 5c. at & Co's. n Remember Bulllngton, the barber is the place to get your hair trimmed ON TO up in nice style. We expect one case of Calico, good stout goods 3,400 yards to sell aF4 Carson & Co. Mrs. Jno. J. McHenry has returned cents. from Louisville. Now is the time to buy a new suit, 5c at as we are anxious to reduce our stock. 50 doz. loc handkerchiefs Carson & Co. Pair Bros. & Co's. We want to close out,, our Cloaks, Newspring ginghams and embroidcome get one at your own price and eries at Pair Bros. & Co. Overcoats half price. ' Carson & Co. $1.30 buys a pair ol mens good Miss Mercedes Guffy, Frankfort, boots at Pair Bros. & Co's. arrived in Hartford yesterday to visit 3 pieces heavy black or gray cotton her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. for 15c at Fair Pros, & Co's. B. Allen. Miss Sallic Crawford, Millwood, is Bring your egg3 and feathers Carson &Co. to The Republicans of Ohio county met In delegated convention at the Court House Monday. It was the largest convention every assembled in Hartford, and clearly showed the interest taken by the Republicans In nominating their ticket. On last Saturday the various precincts held conventions and selected their candidates and sent delegates to Hartlord to finish up the business Monday. The Convention was called to order by County Chairman W A. Gibson, who stated the object of the meeting, and Dr. J. W. Meador was elected Chairman to preside over the meeting. The Doctor accepted the honor and entered upon the discharge of his duties In an able manner and his rulings throughout the meeting were fair and impartial. Mr. S.C Stevens was elected Secretary, and Mr. E. L. Myers Assistant Secretary and the conventiou proceeded to business. One member from each precinct delegation was appointed on the Committee on Credentials and reported every precinct represented and uo contest on hand. Committee on Resolutions reported as follows: We, the Republicans ol Ohio conn-- . ty, in convention assembled, our allegiance to the time honored principles of the Republican party. RBsotvBD.Thatweheartily endorse the platform of the Republican party adopted at the St Louis convention. 2. We commend tne Aamtnistra- I tion of Gov. W. O Bradlev as Durelv American and patriotic. Thnt we pjace tj,e banner of of Ohio county uoon ( RqmbHcanisra nd the platform of the party, viz : tect:on to Amrican industry, Money aud true patriotism. 4. We commend the Hon. C. M. Barnett's course in the late Legisl- ..y - -- . i i .m MissZella May Nail gave a dance to her young friends' last Saturday McHenry. night at the home o her parents on HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHIONS We have just received a large lot of Market street. All present report a Give us your orders pleasant evening. . new Job type. ' for Job Printing. i We want a correspondent at every on subscription If you are owingus in the county. Send us the we will appreciate It If jou will drop postoffice news from your locality, and help in and pay up. make Tub REPUnycAN the leading SES2 Don't go around with your face paper of the 4th Congressional DisLand Mala far I'nxrs. Gencontagious. eral glow that was By virtue ol Tuxes due the State o(. erous, kind and full 'of tenderous lookiug so bd, but go to Bulllngton trict. Kentucky aud county ol Ohio for the sympathies for alt human kind, she and have him to fix you up Mr. Hosea Shown, Beda, and Miss year 1896,1 or one of my deputies, will endeared hersell to all with whom she Col. Clint G. Ford was in town LulaHicky, Adaburg, were married 1897, between on Monday, March 1. came in contact and bound them to Wednesday making preparations for at the home ol th bride yesterday hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock her, not by hooks of hteel, but by the Company here next week. Both are popular young evening. p. m. at the Couit House door in strongest bonds of love that keeps his many friends who Hartford, Ohio county, Ky., expose her memory in fitni, fond embrace Mrs. Owens and Miss Glenn Bibb, people and have sale to the highest bidder when her form has been laid in the oiStandlord, Ky., will arrive in Hart- Join in extending congratulations. to public for cosh in hand the lollowing prop-ert- y, grave. ford next week to visit their sister, The editor and proprietor of Chica(or so much thereof ns may be Mrs. Tilford was certainly a nohle Mrs. Mac Fair. dally has been go's only of (ax necessary to satisfy amount woman in all that constitutes true sent to the penitentiary for two Beaver Dam, McHenty, Cromwell, , nnu cosuj wwii. womanhood. She was ever ready, years, the Supreme Court affirming Tax & cost waiting and watching to lend a help- - Centertown, Beda and all the surAcres. Name. the judgement of the Jower tribunal, $ 19 ing hand to those that needed help. rounding towns should not miss which found Brown E W $1 him guilty 6f circulating Ford's show at the Court House Mon- obscene matter through the mail. 3 9 She was a light setting on a hill. pre Brown James M S 5 33 pared to leave this world in peace and day night. Carter RI Here is another reason on the part of 3 Musk, W J FS4t go home to glory. She often s lor Allgeld and his Notice. 4 S 16. Matlock Wm said; ''I'm not bothered about ray One thorougbred Jersey bull for sale, denouncing our court of last resort. 809 own soul salvation, I feel that all is "Montgomery,! G 100 "No thief 'er felt the halter draw. R. B, PRNDwrTON, iSliet&enlVR D 100 "39 well with me, but I'm bothered about cheap. 3t With good opinion of tne law." Hattford. Ky. 30 6 40 the salvation ol my children." STooIey, 8usaMh 93 Courier-Journa4 36 lisnop, Thompson 53 She leaves a husband, six children TALK. Richardson. XaF 7 5 41 and asister,beeidesa legion ol friends 4 Growbarger,W L 40 to mourn her loss. Ve Will Soon be Con5 41 Thomas, WiuW 29 . . . Weep not dear husband, children, McDanlel, Lindsay 350 . . . sister, relatives and Iriends for it has nected With the for both 1895 and 1896. . tSO 55 been taid to her: Well done thou World. TOWN MTS FOR 1896 good and faithful servant, come up a James, Mrs S J 1 lot . . . . . f4o little higher, thou hast been faithful 1 " . . . 489 over a lew things I will make you Tho Lino will bo run From Tinsley, ML r.. " While earth has Horo to Island via . 484 ruler over many . . . 1 " Baker, Jesse You and wc may differ as to lost a diamond Heaven has gained a Vaughu.G'W Adra'r 1 tot . . . 53 great prize. " money standards and out of Hull, J J t for years 189596 f 10 75 The telephone talk has "again reour very dlffetcnccs good may New Llry Nlnlilr. C. P. KEOWN. Sheriff. vived in Hartford and subscription come But we won't differ as I nave opened a new stable in Hartwill soon begin to be taken up for to the merits of one .taodard ford aud am prepared to feed and take ,Jt. Tlllerd. The subbuilding1 of said line. oil. emulsion of Mrs. Sylvester Tilford, a good evcaie of yourhoiscs in fust class style. the donatipn SCOTT'S EMULSION ha eryday christian, and probably the Special attention given to all stock scription will not be as a will be issued good for beat and most accommodating woman entrusted to my oarc. Give me a but tickets won and held Its way for their face value anywhere in theUnlt-ein town, fell dead on the street near call when iu Hartlord. I will apprenearly 25 years In the world of States over that individual line. her residence in Rockport, Ky., at ix ciate your patronage. Yours truly, It U almedicine until y There is not a town in Kentucky the Henry Pim,d. o'clock last Thursday, February it, standard in most as much the size of Hattford that is not connected The life and history oi Mrs. 1897. all cases of lungr trouble, and Here we are situatwith telephone Tillord Is a complete and most beau The following named persons have every condition of wajtlnf ed without eonoection with the world tjfiil object lesson to the young and paid their subscription to Tun whether In child or adult a How long" must we remain this inexperienced christian. She was since nur last issue; Jno. way? Subscriptions will be taken up quinine is in malarial fevers. born In Muhlenberg, county, Ky., Phlpps, Riley Felix, Hartlord; H. C. J in a day or two among our people to Differ on the money quesA. B. StanJanuary 8, 1847- She had oue sister, McCracken, Greenville! build the line, and remember when tion if you will, but when it who, together with hersell were left ley, J. W. Davenport', Rochester, J. comes to a question of health, At O. Blnok, Sam Rone, Render; S. II. you subscribe that you do not have orphans when young children. age of 34 she was war del to Mr Phillips. Shrevrj Dr. J. W. Meador, to give the money away, but will get perhaps of life and death, get the To Sylvetter Tilfprd, of Ceralvo. tickets good any where lor their face the standard. C. T Whlttinghlll.Trlaler; J B this wedding were bomjsix children, Owansboio and Itvmisvllle I. S Lee. Sulphur Springs; Dr value Your druggitt kU Scott's EmwWoa. all ol whom are yet living to mourn have agreed to subscribe Two rtui, 50 eta, and $1.00 Her friends were legions R I Langford. Select. Scott Leach, merchants ber loss Let the work be DOWNR, M.w Ywk SCOTT J N. Leach J M. Moore, H D Hunt, hhnully to the line and wutra Iriendi lleover Dam. D. Penman, McIIenry. pustdat once. There was ab jut her nature n gen will sell you goods for the next 60 days at prices that will cause you to wonder how we can do it. Come to Hartford where you can get what you want. We play second "Fiddle' to no one. TVo the guest ol Miss Maimee Ross. II you want the latest thing iu a ladles shoe see Carson & Co. Remember we do the very best Job printing at the lowest living prices. we have every thing Remember Grocery store. kept in a first-claPatb Bros. We would be glad to have our friends coll and renew their subscription. ss White and Red Oak Wantbd. heading, bolts or timber. Spot cash. For specifications see E D Gillen, Beaver Dam, m A moderate sized crowd beardCom-- . - between Mr. Rogers and Mr. Jama-giwas in favor of Mr Rogers and Mr. Jarnagin made a happy little speech that completely captivated the conventiou and withdrew and Mr. Rogers wis declared the nominee. For Jailer there were twelve candidates and upon a call of the precincts Mr. Thos. II. Black received the nomination, His opponents were all nice men and had good strength all over the county. Mr. G. D, Royal having received the largest vote for Assessor, his opponents, Messrs. Wilson, Sanderfur, Petty and Hedden withdrew and be was nominated by acclamation. For Coroner Mr. L. W. Hunt had no opposition and was declared the nominee. For Surveyor Mr. N. Moxley had no opposition and he was declared the nominee. The ticket is made up as follows: County Judge, J. A. Park. County Clerk, M. S. Rngland. Circuit Clerk, Sam A, Anderson. County Attorney, M. L Heavrin. , Sheriff, S. T Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. NOTES. BAKING P0WDII1 MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Nlrli ol What wc want in this countrv is a policy that will give to every American workingman full 'work at American wages, a policy that will put enough money into the treasury of the United States to run the governWilliam McKinley. ment President Cleveland and 5iis followers shoald meditate upon these words of Major McKinley, then Ihey will know a little more about the meaning of the result of the election than they seem to appreciate now. The American people were sick of the policy of ftee trade, which gives to foreigners work while American workmen sit in idleness. Thev were sick of seeing wages in approach nearer and nearer to the foreign standard. They were sick of seeing the national credit so weakened that it needed to bo "upheld." They were utterly sick of the entire policy of free trade. That is the mtsiage they sent to Dictator Cleveland and Boy Orator Bryan on November 3, and if these two worthiescannot understand it they must be more stupid than we have given them credit for being. an lnioernry. monwealth's Attorney J. E. Rowe lecture on Crimes and Criminals at night. the Court Wijitams and wife, of Mr W. H. in Hartford atrived Louisville, Wednesday night. Mr. Williams will likely go into business in Hartford soon. y We can sell you a full size Bedstead also one good Wardrobe for i $7.50, one Bedroom suit for $15.00. Dick Jarnagin completely captivatEverything else in proportion. ed the large convention with his Cabson & Co. , speech. Dr. Meador makes an ideal presidofficer. ing at $!-35- It was a jolly crowd and everybody enjoyed the day. Len Sandelur made friends by the score In his withdrawal speech. It was a good natured crowd of candidates and all enjoyed the campaign. Judge Wedding came in two votes of being the nominee, but that's the way Esqr. Park lost out in 1890. Col. Wedding made a happy hit when he said for the Republicans to kick and keep kicking until they kicked the Demy's all out. It was a family fight and there are no hard feelings among the defeated candidates. Onward to victory and we'll elect ss Mrs. Horace W. Rolph, Louisville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs Jennie FAIti BROS, 00., proprietors, For JllnaWiruir. We are authorized to announce H. H. DAVIS As a candidate for Magistrate of the Rosine Magisterial District, subjectto the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce JONT B.WILSON As a candidate for re election to the office ot Magistrate in the Cromwell Magisterial District, subject to the action ot the Republican party. Wc are authorized to announce JOHN M. GRAHAM As a candidate for Magistrate iu the Fordsvilte Magisterial District, subject to the action of the ' Republican party. the entire ticket. optics R. C. Sutphin is a first-claion, and can fit your eyes up in good shape. Give him a call , We are authorized to announce JNO. M. HUDSON As a candidate for Magistrate in the Rosine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. Pro-Sou- free-silv- ator. 5. We heartily endorse the efficient distinguished services of our the Hon. John W. Congressman, Lewis, While In Congress. 6. We hail with great joy thq incoming administration, and predict that peace, plenty and prosperity will once more reign supreme throughout this ailghty Republic. ' The report of the Committee was adppted amid much enthusiasm. The (convention proceeded to the ot candidates. The nomination Ccunty Judge's race was taken up fitl and the race was very close between Judge R. R. Wedding and Esqr. I. A. Park, but on about the 4th ballot Bqr Park rtcelved a majority of the votes was declared the nominee for Count Judge. Balloting began in the race lor County Clerk aud upon a call of the prrdncts Mr M S Ragland received a majority of the votes and he was declared the nominee over Messrs. Hocker and Tichenor. For Cirauit Court Clerk Mr. P. LSfnderfur received 49 delegated Votes and Mr. Anderson received 59, and Mr. Sandc'ur in a neat little talk withdrew and ihe nomination of Mr. Atiderson was made by acclamation, I'ur County Attorney Mr. E P. In'i al withdrew his 'name from before tie convention and Mr. M. L. Heavrin was declared the nominee by ac-imation For Sherlfi Mr. Stevens was in the lead and Mr. R. B, Martin withdrew hn name and moved that Mr.Stevena bt uguiluated by acclamation, which was seconcd by Mr Sam T lU'nett, Uf other opponent in the race The race fur School Superintendent cl ... fellow-anarchist- l. , TELEPHONE . Only(?ne Standard cod-liv- CQn-tertow- . ForConstUble. We are authorized to announce JAMES B. DENNIS Tho MesacDger eays the Democrats offered the Populists a fair Fusion. As a cancidate for Constable In the Cromwell Magisterial District, sub The only proposition offered was, that ject to the action oi the Republican the people's party should vote tho party. Democratic) ticket and say nothing, For nrprenentnllve, "Will you walk into my parlor? said We are authorized to announce the spider to the fly." Because tho R. A. BYERS People's Party objected to beiog As a candidate for Representative swallowed up, the Messenger de- from Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Wo want nounces us as Republicans. to say now, thero is no difiereuco between Doruocratio and Republican Seven Months With Feyer. parties. Tbey are practically euo. Wonderful llecovorr of Health. and the same, us their record will Mr. Balrd'a rapid and marvelous rrom a mero show. We made a proposition to ITO poana with the Democratic party on tnftJlclaa tret produced, namely : an independent ticket. Tho Den Dr. Miles' Restorative Nenine.-ocralle replied: "You vote the Donv ocritlo ticket, under our device, or you don't co operate with up, or. in others words, if the People's party will abandon their party and device, and consent to be swallowed up by tho Democratic party, DemocraU will allow the People's Party to name the Will you Walk Into our Parlor? Coronorand Surveyor." The People's Party will not with any party except on an independent ticket If the populists surrender their name and device, the with, must do party we the same. Do you bear? Farmers d Journal. Mr. Jno. Klne has moved to the CartWnter house onWatdiingtonstreet and Mr. Jo B. Viqkers has moved to the house vacated by Mr King. lx-l- ac to-da- "antleBa- j II IUIBD. -I with to exnroMtq jrouniy - tho terer 1 wa thu. nTu nd tljed. Ford Austin was tried in the Cour. cad did not rslu lay fo treth. I d iMjTtral piMpttutary mtxUulow, ty Court yesterday charged with ?'!li the father of Alice Dougherty's H!tei5fc"25? WJHfoWSlffi oaoabeK illegitmate child and the verdict of PWW. BUH todiii.f WU My 1 UtTSt 0 ... . ... lira ami wniim w trvWiit. the jury was that he pay $60 a year rut li all normalhlht-Bout- h a 1 inT I Xtet H mcU lu to malnUln the child for 14 years. J II. BAIKP. Dead. Ind. or Wal-lac- e. R C- Sutphiu. the Jeweler, has filled up his stote in first class style and Is prepated to d all kinds of re-- p - T). Mllo' NerrlnA Is told on a. poltlT Iwmi naranteo that the firaktatUa will for fc. Ml droiKUU noil It a M. bottle too. &WVmiL2ffllSSJFKrwmiM irt' if Dr. Miles Nervine .. iiiiiwiiitwjuai' 11 1 I I lT?iiIilUiI liliilililAASI ACURIOUS RELIC In the National Museum At IaePHy frm of llood'a eta em contained m grrat Washington. o Mptfl sp&ee. They are Much in Little nils, lor nn omtl wratur iowrr la medietas tvliota lienoral Directory STATU mmmvoaiammMsmWmmm IV- OITICIAIS William O lbailloy. Oovsruiir Lieut. Governor W; .1. Worth-ingto- - r"" - - inn EE IS IP CHANCE! Get. An Education. To the young man or woman, who will get us 25 new cash fa Riihsfirihfirs to the JR.6mihlia.il and Louisville Weekly Commercial $1.25 for the two, lor one year. We will give a Free Scholarship BRYANT & STRAT-TOBusiness College at Louisville. This is one of the best Schools in theSouth. 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 To the N You .Can Get It! If you should get some names and fail to get 25 we will pay you 10 per cent, for what you get, so you see it will be good pay any way you &4 Take it. THE REPUBLICANS AND In tli- - vast collection of relics gathered by the Goverment from every quarter of the world and deposited in the National Museum, there are few so chest, always ready, alinteresting as the celebrated feather ways efficient, alwsyi prewnt a col J cloalr, once the prldeof Kelcnasknlanl, or tart, cura all llrrr lit.. one of the mightiest war chiefs of tbe ilek headache, jafendlet, constipation, etc. 58c Tbe only rill to take with Hood's SaraaparlUo. Sandwich Islands. y, In 1819, after the abolition of tbat cblel rebelled against the ithey'prosonted tbolr alliiotlo flpooiai-rtreigning king, and attempted to reto which tbo tragedy of tho establish the ancient religious cusovonlng was merely preliminary. toms of the islands. He was stain, Detroit Tribune. and upon his shoulders was n cloak A MattoV for tbo Future. made of red, black and yellow feath- I "Yea," romarkod the proud father ers, arranged in a curions design. It 'whoso tastes aro musical, "bo's tbo ffinoat baby iho neighborhood has was lour feet long, twenty-threlover Been, I don't rely on ray own Inches wide nt the top, and eleven prejudiced opinion In making tho and one half feet at the bottom. statement My wlfo says tho samo The yellow feathers were taken jthlng-."Me you going to rnako a from an exceedingly rare bird, called tausiclan of him?" "Oh, It's altothe 00 (Molioa nobllis) This bird gether too early to decido that Ills must be captured alive, and after the hair hasn't begun to growyot" 'Washington Star. on found two yellow feathers, under each wing, were removed, the THE PROBLEM MOT HEW. bird was given its freedom So in England Six highly were these feathers prized Horseless Carriages Ago. Years that a piece cf nankeen, valued at It Is Interesting to remember that $1.50, was given in exchange for five .nearly 05 years ago horsoloss of them. Tbe king used to regard a showed ovory sign of being small bunch of them as a full payment 'tho common mothod of traveling In of the poll tax levied upon his Xondon and tho surrounding for although at that tlmo subjects. It is estimated tint it must have .restrictions had boon, put upon steam taken, one hundred yean to collect all ,'thoso carriages in tho country, vehicles wore quite a familiar the feathers neccsstry for this cloak, sight in tho metropolis. Tho inven-to- r and if their value be placed at $1 50 was Mr. Walter Hancock, a for each five fcatbers.the whole cloak iStratford man, wholn 1831 brought would be worth $1 000,006, or as out on omnibus of his own design, much as the purest diamond in Q en .which was both olegant and In acs. cordance with tho comfort of Victoiia's crown. Companies were very soon Thii robe of State, alter the battle, fell into the hands of the conqueror formed to work tho "now idea," tho objoot of ono being to run from Pad and became the crown property of fdlngton to Brighton, and Hancock King Kamehameha III. Icontractcd to supply tho necessary In I841, Commodore J. H. Aulick Tolling stock. visited the islands and the King, deIn a fow years coaches wero regusiring to do him honor, and to show larly running from tbo city to most his friendly feelings towards the 'of tho Important suburbs, but owing United states, presented him with 'to bad management tho concerns J!d not this ancient cloak, in some respects ijournoy last very long. In 1835 tho from London to Marl-- I the chiefest of his treasures, borough (75 miles) was performed at The grandson of Commodore Aulick jtbe average speed of seven and lf placed the cloak on exhibition at the miles an hour, and tho journey., National Museum, and there it will jto Birmingham was accomplished in' probably permanently remain under to much faster average tlmo (about ten miles). This was not tho highest tbe care of this Government could bo attained, how- -. It is kept in a large glass covered speed that tbo ver, for records state that a case in a room opening ofl of the ro Vchlclo carrying a number of pastunda, and would probably receive sengers traveled & mile along ono of but a passing glance from the vUitors London's principal thoroughfaroa at unless they should stop to read the tho rate of 21 miles an hour. It is account of Its significance and history well, perhaps, that this speed was only maintained for one mile, for posted atone corner of the case. No doubt if it were offered for sale even in 1830 It was a dangerous rate at auction in a city where nobody of traveling. No fewer than 12,700 passengers wero carried over 4,000 knew what it was it would be immiles by steam in tho last fow possible to get five dollars for it, jet months of 1838. Westminster Gait represents tbe patient efforts of a zette. large number of people, hunting the treasured yellow feathers through a period of five long dynasties. It has no intrinsic value of itself, For Infants and Children. yet among the thousands ol objects displaced in this Museum, it is doubtnatat-- " bet ions ful if any other stngle exhibit has SlfUtUS cf had so remarkable and romantic a history as this robe of state of the ancient chiefs and kings of tbe SandpreeR.R.Fare wich Islands. Hood's fiecrelaryof 8tate Charls Finley. Altornoy General W. S. Taylor. Samuel II. Stone. W. Long. Cotumltelnnor of Agriculture, L,uo Statistics and lioulturo udltor Triauroi--Qe- o. SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Iff t Pills Hr Monro. Superintendent I'tibllo luatrueiluu-Cr- n idol-tar- y, M. Davison. Register Land Office Ghos O. Reynold. Insurance Buroati Conimisinner-W. Comlngoro. D. """' ANtettnWcPrcparallonror . iXJJjlii 1 As- SIGNATURE OF similating iltcToodnmlllctf ula llngtlic Slomnxhs oiulUowcla of Adjutant General-- 1) It (VMIer Stato Librarian Day. Mm. Mary Brown Promotes Di(csl.ion,Chccifiil- - It.UI.HOAt) OOMMIWIONKItt. e Jno C. Wood, olinlrmanj J. P. Dompsey, II. 8. Irwin. Scrtrtry Samuel I' Brown. OnNCinFBMOS'AU Not Nauc oxio. ;IUSJtt- - nc3B qndlfcst.Conlalns neither Omum.Morphlne nor Mineral. CLeAftitIS ON THE - Hon. William C. LlmU Senators say, lion. J O. S. Ulnokburn. BuvmefCUOrSCICllttnMn WIm Smi- - WRAPPER OF EVEBT iieprcscnlatlvo Fourth Hon. John W. Lowis. District Jcitt Apcrfecl llcmcdy forConsllpa-tlon- . Sour Slonuch.Diarrhoca, Worms .ConvulsiortsXcvcrish-ncs- s Sleep. and Loss STATE milBLATUItli. BOTTTP. OF ! Senator Hun. A, D. James. RenresenUtlvo Ohio County Hjn. C. M. Bamctt. or GASTORA UU car-iriag- OHIO COUNTY. circuit cowrr. Hon. W. T. Owon, Judge Hon. TacStmilc Siy'nolure of Oiven-boro. neigh-(borhoo- d, NEW YORK. Oivonaboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- IUrtfonl. G. 11. Likens, Clerk tlartfnnl B. D. Ringo, Master Cotrimtnimicr Hnrlfnnl. G B Likens, TruileoJury Fund J. Etl-Ai- Rouo. Attorney Oaiteria li 19 aot 10U la ball. ! rm aaxutlag li "jut D poit." tXACT COPT Of WRAPPCn. ' tvL&tAJ&cArtC "' II lit BnOi kottUi ealr, It la eat-tli- a Iioa't tXan aajne t Mil 11 ca U. pl er jrorau ai xA" asi "will Tirjjir. t Oct ta J tit r autr . ul STX . SfTA si. .I - UN J.V TIR. Hartford. Cal. I Keown, RhorifT-Hartf- ord. Deputies Samuel Kenwn Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsvillp; Thns. R. Bisbnp, Cutitertowu; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court oonvoncs first Monday In March and August nuil continue thrco weeks, and third Mnuday in May and two weeks. 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We fiiroiah THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY TIUUUNK, Iwth papers December 11, Florida! THE FARM, FIELD Cromwelu Jont B. Wilwn March 7, June 7, September 5, December D. Louisville II Commercial Two men in Tennessee fought over a pretty widow. One was killed. A happy, prosperous community in ol This is strange. When there are so the most delightful part of the State. Send forcopy many pretty young girls in tbe counn CoicHprlnc.VIn try it seems there should be enough to go around without a scramble. TbeNnb-Trpla,are- AND FIRESIDE COLONY. w& f oland eee my Fair Viaw Herd OF V m $1.25 per year forboth. A Vnlunble I'reacrlpllrn. . Qhinas, Do you want any PRINTING? i we are ready to receive your orders for aty thing in that line. We print Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Note Heads, If you do, Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, Editor Morrison oi Worihington, Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a valuable prescription in Electric Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipation and Sick Headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie Steble, 2625 Cottage Grove Ave , Chicago, was all run down, could not eat nor digest food, had a backache which never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Bits ters restored her health and reneTed her strength Price 50 cents and Jt.oo, Get a Bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. hernando county, Brooksvillb, Hernando, Hotel. The place Winter Health Resort. for any who are affected with pulmonary, lung, throat or chest troubles. 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DES.3T. .81.25 , 1.50 " " " " ami and Bemi-Wcck- ly Courier-Journal.- .. 8emi-Weekl- y 1.75 1.25 2 75 vrrmw and New York Tribune and Louisville Daily Post rnrtvvram'tiwrrerrrsnfrrtACVTt irircinriTiflTiTiTimfx i TMTmrrnrriNTrAwnt'rrrYi There are some people who are nev- er positive lnanvthing. It is always, "I don't know," or "I guess bo." There is a world of such people, and It Is refreshing sometimes to hear n person speak as oue having convictions, like Mr. Chas. F. Snyder, oi Bangor, Pa., who wrotej "I can heartily recommend Simmons Liver Regulator to all who are troubled with Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint." Tbe rupst desirable residence in town For particulars see S. K. Cox. f arltaal M I in Detroit Tribune. "Did bo not upon my suggesBest of Calico at 4c at Catson & CVs. tion?" demanded the king In tho Tho courlor bus! to tod. (drama. A man named Lett, over in Ohio "Speokl Toll rao tho worst" "Well, county, has named bis boy Sub. He's i 'isupposo you' might call it 00 ting," got au rye stt on binding tbat boy faltered ho who boro the tidings. out Iloncock Clailou. j Stepping to tho front of tbo stage , To say something is one thing, to prove it Is another. We can't prove that Dr. Bell's is the best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it. If you do this and don't ogree with us you get your money back from any diugglst. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. she does It" Housohold Words. Wbon they told her that tho young man whoso suit she bad rejected tho previous evonlng hod Ihanged himsalf to the gatopostdi-Ireotl- y lie left hor, tho beautiful girl ishrugged hor shoulders. "It Isn't ;my fault," sbo said coldly. "I .sjwciflcolly told him he mustn't think of banging around hero any more." , "Havo you steam heat?" asked tho prospectivo tenant And tho janitor, who had been through a "revival," could only answors "We havo steam pipes." Indianapolis Journal "Wo girls aro gotting up a secret socioty of our own," said Lulu. "Indeed; what's tho object?" said George. "I don't kuow yotj but ;1'11 tell you all about It after I'm In" itiated. "Well," said tha young reporter, "you should bo vory careful about firing me." "Why so?" quoth tho city editor "Becauso I have so much penetration." Thou they gavo him charge of tho humorous pngo In tho Sunday supplement Clovoland Plnln Dcalor. The Doctor "Mrs. Brown has sent for mo to go and seo ber boy, ,nnd I must go nt once." Ills Wlfo "What is tho matter with tbo boy?" Tho Dootor "I don't know; but Mrs. Brown has a book on 'What to Do- Boforo tho Doctor Comes,' and I must hurry up beforo Tit-Bit- s. - Thrice-n-wce- k How can that be? you ask How can Dr. Hartraan visit every family in the United States? This is tbe way t This little article goes Into ev ery home. 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Blllmtiii, i, tt vu .ui, jiiun ivkk mi, ror aml u Idr.n4r.rl In I Ann waiiiduHii iuoa A desirable farm of one hundred acres, sltunted near Hartford, welt Wlmeui think watered, a good otcbed. two hundred &3WSK, ttees. 8ood bnlldlngo.and in good community, i'or tuttuerpar ticutars call nt this office at once, tf briK jr- -. '"oVje-i- '" " 1 1 - niBi HE IS I 11 II I I I I I J All UAH)! ACURIOUS RELIC In the National Museum At Washington. Much in Little laeepeeMtv trtt o Mj.Il ipace. vf General Directory. STATE OFI'IIIAIS Oovejrunr William () Hiadlcy l.ietlt. Governor -- W. J. Wurth-lugtiii- llood'i rttte, (or no -- power In rrwy are u whole medlolm tn gmtt tintlvp Lrrr- i. 1 CHANCE! Get. I Ail Education. To the young man or woman, who will got us 25 new cash B subscribers to the Republian and Louisville Weekly Commercial $1.25 for the two, for one year. We will give a Free 4 Scholarship BRYANT & STRAT-TOBusiness College at Louisville. This is one of the best Schools in the'South. You can To the N 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 You Can Get It! If you should get some names and you get, pay fail to get 25 we will pay 10 per cent, for what you so you see it will be good any way you Take it. AND ' In tli vast collection of relics gathered by the Govcrment from every quarter ol the world and deposited in the National Museum, there are few so Interesting as the celebrated leather cloalr, once the pride of Keknaskalnnl, one of the mightiest war chiefs of the Sandwich Islands. y, In t8io, after the abolition of that chief rebelled against the reigning king, nnd attempted to reestablish the ancient religious customs of the islands. He was slain, and upon his shoulders was a cloak made of red, black and yellow feathers, arranged in a curlons design. It was lour leet long, twenty-threInches wide at the top, and eleven and one half reit at the bottom. The yellow feathers were taken from an exceedingly rare bird, called the oo (Molioa nobills) This bird must be captured alive, and after the on found two yellow feathers, under each wing, were removed, the So bird was given its freedom highly were these feathers prized that a piece of nankeen, valued at $1 50, was given in exchange for five of them. The king used to regard a small bunch of them as a full payment of the poll tax levied upon his subjects. It Is estimated tint it must have taken one hundred yean to collect all the feathers necessuy for this cloak, and if their valne be placed at $1 50 for each five fcathers.the whole cloak would be worth $1 ooo.ooo.or as much as tbe purest diamond in Q. en Victoria's crown. Thio robe of State, niter the battle, fell into the hands ol the conqueror and became the crown property of King Kamehameha III. In 1841, Commodore J. H. Aulick visited the islands and the King, desiring to do him honor, and to show ' his friendly feelings towards the United states, presented him with this ancient cloak, In some respects the chiefest ol his treasures, The grandson of Commodore Aulick placed the cloak on exhibition at the National Musenm, and there it will probably permanently remain under the care of this Government. It is kept in a large glass covered case in a room opening ofl of the rotunda, and would probably receive but a passing glance Irom the visitors unless they should stop to read the account of its significance and history posted at one corner of the case. No doubt if it were oflered for sale at auction In n city where nobody knew what It was it would be impossible to get five dollars for it, jet it represents the patient efforts ol a large number of people, hunting the treasured yellow feathers through a period of five long dynasties. It has no intrinsic value of itself, yet among the thousands ol objects displaced in this Museum, it is doubtful if any other single exhibit has had so remarkable and romantic a history as this robe of state of the ancient chiefs and kings of the Sandwich Islands. Idol-tare chest, always ready, al- wT efficient, al wart tat- bfaetflpri prevent a cold Hood's nil g mam EJB W H tick headache, Jabndlee, constipation, etc ae. Tbo only rius to take with Hood'e SaruparllU. orem.euroalUlTerllU, I K " JS ithby'prosontcd tbolr nlhiotlo spooioi-ft.to which tbo tragedy of tbo evening was merely preliminary. Detroit Tribune A MattoV for tho Future l"Yeo," romarkod tho proud father 'whoso tastes are musical, "bo's tho tflnost baby Aho neighborhood has over scon. I don't ray on my own prejudiced opinion In making tbo 'statement. My wifo says the samo (thing." "iU-- you going to make a tauslclan of him?" "Oh, it's ol together too early to dccldo that. His hair hasn't begun to grow yot." Washington Star. THE PROBLEM NOT HEW. e y, W. Long. CoramlMlrtner ol Agriculture, II,r tlunlturo and Statistics Luoa Mooro. Superintendent Public lnatruoiluu-Ce- n M. Davison. Itegl.tcr Land Office UIibs 0. Hcynold. Insurance Bureau Commiiuinr-- D W. Comlngoro. It CVllier Adjutant denernl-- 1) State Librarian Mrs. Mary Hrnwn Day. ItAIMJOAO COMMlMKlNKIB. Trrasurcr-e-Geo- . eecrolnryof State Olmr'es Finley. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. udltor Samuel H. Stone. vmmm SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE lASTBRli CfflxOi- -j . 'iuffii ANtgclnble Prcparallontbr Assimilating liic rood nmlllf Cula ling the 5 torn ichs oralUoweb of SIGNATURE -- OP- Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. V. Domp?ey, II. S. Irwin, Secretory Samuel F. Brown. NotNaiicotio. PronioSca Digc8lion,Chcctrid-ncs- s nndBcsl.Conlalns ncllher Opium.Morplilnc nor Mineral. (XfM&c IS ON THE cnsanra'iofAU Senators lion. William C. Llad say, Hon. J (J. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lonis STATS I.ECItBLATUIIH, BuvusctdnrsaimEtnma WRAPPER OF EYEBY MOrtmatJntti li&SjTwXYiirm BOTTLE OB1 ..wraoioaa la J. for - although at that tlmo Owentboro. ,rc3triollon9 had been put upon T. II. Blnok. Juller -- Hnrifnrd. steam carriages In tho country, G. B. Likens, Clark tlartford ,tboso vehicles woro qulto n familiar B. D. Ringo, Mastor ConTmlwIuuor sight in tho metropolis. Tbo inven-to- r Hartlord. was Mr. Walter Hancock, a G B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Stratford man, wholn 1831 brought Hartfnrd. ,out on omnibus of his own design, Cal. T. Ivoown, SliorilT Unrtfnnl. .which was both elegant and In acKemvn Hartlnrd cordance with tho comfort of trav-oler- s. Deputies Samuel Joo Roberts, Fordaville; Tho. R. Companies woro vory soon Cuutortowu; S. T. Stevens, formed to work tbo "new idea," tbo Bishop, Cromwell. (Object of one being to run from Court convones first Monday in to Brighton, and Hancock (contracted to supply tho necessary March and Augustnml continues three weeks, and third Mummy in Jlay and Tolling stock. ' In a, few years coaches woro regu- November two weeks. county courrr. larly running from tho city to most Johu P Morion, Juilgo Hartlnrd. of too important suburbs, but owing D. M. Hocker, Cleik Hortlord to bad management tho concerns E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. did not last very long. In 1835 tho Court convenes first Monday In rjournoy from London Marl- to each month. borough (75 mites) was performed at QUAirrunLY oouut. jibe average speed of seven and ono- Begins nn the third Monday in .nan utiles uu uuur, uuu uio journojrj and October. April, to Birmingham was accomplished In' January, COURT JulyCLAIMS. OP u much foster avorago tlmo (about Convones first Monday iu January, ten miles). This was not tho highest and Tuesday after the xoiud Monday apoed that could bo attained, how-vo- r, in October for tbo records stato that a' OTHER. COU.NTY OrTICKRB. Vchiclo carrying a number of pasG. S.Filzbugb, Surveyor Sulphur sengers traveled n milo along ono of Springs. London's principal thoroughfares at N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. tbo rato of 21 miles an hour. It Is Z. H.Sbullz, School Supt. Hartwell, perhaps, that this speed was ford. only maintained for ono mllo, for L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur even In 1630 It was a dangerous rato Springs. of traveling. No fewer than 12,700 C. R. Campbell, Poorhoute passengers wero carried over 4,000 Keeper, Hartford. miles by steam tn tho lost low justices' courts months of 1836. Westminster Ga- FonnsviLLB. J. A. Bowlin- e.Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, Hon. Kilwlu Rimo, Attorney Pad-Idlngt- Years Ago. It Interesting to remember that fnoarly 05 years 030 horseless showed ovory sign of being !tho common mothod of traveling In .London and tho surrounding car-iriag- wrrisos " Migiwiu Hon. A, D. James, Representative ObioOounty Hjn. oix- - fj4 Jl, JJamCtt. 8enator I Anrrfccl Ilcmcdv forConstlrwi- tlon. Sour Slomich.Diarrhdca. ncss nnd Loss vorm3,Convulsions.rcvi;risri TacSimilo Sijlnnlurc of OHIO COUNTY. ctncuiT courrr. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge or Sleep OutwU li sit 19 Is cm(i lottki oalr. It sot toll la lUu Iwa'i tllov njcot t Mil too ujlUnj tin ea u jl er fromiM uu II I li "jut u reed" sad "will buvw nr- Umt." n-- B WM y gtt Ovven-bor- noigh-jborhoo- d, BBWtWBfflflTtl NEW YOHIC. tfBBf'ttBffl copror WHAPPcn. ill a t7 exAcr 2r svf-5bse '(t&TF&&&ts Z I - ut TIR. m. IG'S GWIHl on - COLLEGE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE 8. E. Cor. 5th and Karket Sis, 3E3r.tirgt33.oe stla. JSt. Louisville, Ky. ' - Affords the br-- t fscilittw for thorough prctical tralninc in SHORTHAND. TYPEWRITING and BOOtCKnUPING. Success assured In Terms moderate. TUKKB MONTHS. Pupils assisted to PORTION wheu patent Duiluets mm furnished Stenographer FRWJj OP CIIAROR oil im 1. 1 wii! Hill, I'OR CASTORIA Infants and Children. ttpitui for ni bailout ba FloridaIFreeR.(R.Fare THE FARM, FIELD AND September 19, December 1.9 Bufori), Ben F. Graves March Decem26, Juno 25, September , ber 24. Hartford. A S, Anil March 6, June 4, September 3, December S. Woodward ItoeiNB. C. L. March 13, June 12, September 11, December 11. Cromwelu Jont B. Wilson-Ma- rch 7, June 7, September 5, December C. KVERY KVEKY EVERY EVERY EVERY member ol family on farm, In village m Stato and Territory. FOIi Education, FOR Noble Manhood, FOR True Wcmauhood. IT gives all important news of the Nation. IT gives a important news of tho World. rr gives tbe most reliable market reports. IT gives brilliant and iuitruoiive editorials. IT gives fascinating short utorirs IT (jives an unexoollerf agricultural department. It sires scieotint and mechanical information. IT gives illuMrrfed hwlloD articles. IT gives humorous illustrntlons. IT gives onteriaioment to young and old. lTglvee Mitufactlon everywhere lo everybody. We fnroWi THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, both papers 1 THE REPUBLICAN Louisville III Commercial Two men In Tennessee fought over a pretty widow. One was killed. This Is strange. When there are to many pretty young girls in the country it seems there should be enough to go around without a scramble aa m FIRESIDE GOLONY. A happy, prosperous Tbe8nb-Trple,Gre- community in the most delightful part ol the State. Send forcopy of n t V" Fair Viw Herd OF CoveSprlncFlo $1.25 per year forboth. Do you want any PRINTING? we are ready to receive your orders for any thing in that line. We print Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Note Heads, If you do, Statements, Circulars, v Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Dodgers, Horse Bills, Jack Bills. In fact everything that you want printed. All work first-clas- s and at lowest prices. for estimates. Write or call THE REPUBLICAN, Our Clubbing Rates. Tbo Republican aud tbo Louisville Commercial. . . .81.25 " and 1.50 " and 1.75 " and Now York Tribune 1.25 " and Louisville Daily Post 2 75 Semi-Weekly Courier-Journal.... Scral-Weckl- y There are some people who are nev-e- r positive in anything. It is always, "I don't know," or "I guess so." There is a world oi such people, and it Is refreshing sometimes to hear a person Bpcak as one having convictions, like Mr. Cbas. I'. .Snyder, ol Ta., who wrote; "I can heartily recommend Simmons Liver Regulator to all who are troubled with Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint." Bangor, To say something is one thing, to prove it is another. We can't prove that Dr. Bell's is the best cough remedy on earth unless you will try it. If you do this and don't agree with us jou get your money back from any druggist. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Best of Calico at 4c at Catson & C 's. in Ohio county, has named bis boy Sub. He's got an rye stt on binding that boy out Uoncock Clarion. A man named Ielt, over Tbe mpst desirable rcudance In town Tor particulars tec s. K. cox. l.rRl J j Pigs in pairs not akin. Come and A Valuable Ircaerlpllen. see my Stock, or write your ranU. hernando county, Editor Morrison oi Wonhington, Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a Erooksviixr, Hernando, Hotiu,. Prices reasonable. ud."V"3-3n.- C 11 Cm J. G. WELLS, valuable prescription in Electric BitWinter Health Resort. The place AdilrttaaJI orders jar the Beaver Dam, Ky. ters, and I can cheerfully recommend for any who are aflected with pulmoit.i in it for Constipation and Sick Head- nary, lung, throat or chest troubles. nipaua Tabules. ilfpatt8 Tabules cure nausea. ache, and as a general system tonic it Write for booklet; also for list of valRlpana Tabules: at druggists. DE3C,2rt;102rc3L, 33L3T. has no equal " Mrs. Annie Stehle, uable lands and homes for settlers; Write your nHme unil address on n postal card, send it to Geo. W. Be Rlpana Tabules cure dlrwineee. land growlug corn, tobacco, sugar 2625 Cottage Grove Ave , Chicago, Room 2. Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy olTHIJ Klpans Tabules cure iiMdaene. cane, oranges and all fruits, oats, etc Rlpaus Tabules cure flatulence. NBW YORK WKBKLY TRIBUNE w 111 be mailed to you. was alt run down, could not eat nor Property at remarkably low prices. Rlpani Tabules cure dyspepsia. digest food, had a backache which Address, J. Watkins Lse. RIpans Tabules assUt digestion. Brooksville, Fla. never left her and felt tired and Klpans Tabules cure bail breath. CSI RIpans Tabules cure blllouiue. weary, but six bottles of Electric Bits 9 Rlpana Tabules. one Rives relief. el a ters restored her health and reneved A DOCTOR'S VISIT, C RIpans Tabules cure Indigestion. Q- o RIpans Tabules cure torpid liver. her strength Price 50 cents and (D RIpans Tabules gentle cathartic. HODGENVILLE, KY. 1 fi.oo, Get a Bottle at Williams & RIpans Tabules cure constipation. Dr. Hartman'B Preo Visit to Offers exceptional adintaj;es to younjr ladies aud gentleBell's Drug Store. l?l RIpans Tabules' for sour stomach. RIpans Tabules: pleasant laxative. o men desiring com dete education at small cost. New Evory Family In tho Rlpana Tabules cure liver troublwi. BREVITIES OF FUN, o lluilding. Strong PncuUy, Cheap Board, Reference Librafill United States. a. ry, Healthiul IKMtlon. Rtfined and Intellectual Commu,1 "Git a mornin' yelled tho newsboy. "All 'bout tho a nity, Supports n Lecture Course. sfl a Thrice-a-wee- k SPECIAL FACILITIOS QV (battleship Toxas not slnkln ylster-dayl- " TOR PRHPARATION How can that be? you ask How Chicago Tribune. can Dr. Hartraan visit every family 3 Teachers Review and Normal Training classes in session a ? Y. World for t nil times, besides six other exhaustive and complete "Have you steam heat?" asked in the United States? This is tbe N. a the prospective tenant. And tho way: This little article goes into ev couwc of study. We court Investlvalion. Sf Send lor a $1.65 janitor, wbo had been through a cry borne. Every one has the privl 05 catalogue and Judge for yourself where the BUST educa"rovlval," could only answer: "We lege of reading it. Through this ar tion cn be obtained for the LEAST MONHY. Address havo steam pipes." Indianapolis all corn munitions to ticle Dr. Ilartman speaks to every Journal. tin family. He asks il any in this bouse llrr "Wo girls aro gottlng up a 231023.37 TIlffM. socloty of our own," said Lulu. is slclc. If so, would you not like to Hodgonvillo, Kentucky. "Indeed, what's tho object?" said consult roe as to the nature ol your George. "I don't know yot; but disease and its treatment? you If Courier-Journ- al ,1'H tell you all about It after Tra would like me to do fo, I wilt give your case careful attention. I hive TELEQBArUY, rENMAWSHIP, ETC. ono "Well," sold tho young re- a large institution and many assist porter, "you should bo vory careful ants and am inn position to detect 81.75. about firing ma" "Why so?" quoth the nature of diseases where they tho city editor "Because I havo so much penetration." Then they could not possibly be detected by the V7bo doslres to better bis or hor condition in life, should writs for It you want to gavo him chorgo of tho humorous ordinary physician, tno catalogue or wo pago In tho Sunday supplement. consult me, just write me and give a Coin- & Clovolond Plain Dcnlor. description of your caie and I will anKo. 400 THIRD BT11BBT. lOUlBVIULB, KV. Tho Doctor one "Mrs. Brown has swer you free of charge, giving you sont for mo to go and see her boy, full dlrectiong lor treatment This I 81.25. ,and I must go at onco." Ills Wlfo is tbe way Dr. Hartnnn makes a Ireo OAZAURII "What Is tho matter with tho RLPANS in n visit to every family in the United boy?" Tho Dootor "I don't know; I.noil Dl8' 38 but Mrs. Brown has a book on States. He has just call on you T n n If h '1 " rr 'What to Do Boforo tho Doctor Do you wish to to consult him? Or kmt nl n I h n RCQULATC THE Comes.' and I must hurry up before you may send Pnd V'tmA qursiinn ilen i i" at STOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS she does It." Housohold Words. cli All blank to fill out. If you 5V-r-. ll irt 5H AND PUniFY THE BLOOD. f' i'o " When they told hor that tho letters recelyeu"by him are ftttctiy C .lit III' n I' ' ,young man whoso suit she had I11PAH TAllLLL ut II tut VUU fTdve you catarrh ol confidential ! l..wn r.r I.JI...1I.S, BlIlaatHU, tho previous 'r nl- - iliu t r j evonlwr had the bead, throat, lungs, ttoiuach or ll4.ekt.V..tlpsU.a, li.r..U,CkraU ri hanged himself to tho gatopostdl-Ireotl- y U.rTr.kl(lll..lmll40wl.lUs, II..lenr, tltor.a.lr lr.l, nl all U. rjtr. f SlMaatk, Lit ar aa4 Ilawalfc ho left her, tbo Iwautlful girl any other organ of the body? II so, rrcnm !nin COLD lH HEAD (iupan. t.imiIm aooUla aoUUEjr lojqrlou U write to him at ono. He will send tshrugged hor shoulders. "It Isn't a . Ojietia nnd F.0 AUSTIN, M'K'r. 1..' N ,ml I' Uka. aka,SMHial, asj (iT.TramulUU rllW my fault," she said coldly. "I you directions (or.treatment wlthou 531 i1Uriwu won par vol H.7 aa aroaraa npl. Wost Market Street I5c aii'l -P I'ain anilli li II nil i" IimiIs tspeclfleally told him ha mustn't think charge. Alt inbrnre It, tW.lOcwU. Addrau . otritN I CHEMICAL CO IMt HlfAn of hanging around hero any more." i inate If you desire to, you cm stnd for a Col U UainM thr Sen-etwnon 5th and Oth, m arsiucj. btbkst, user roue crrr. Detroit Tribune. Ik (jtufki-- i nhgoitMd mi'l Ones free copy of Dr. Hartinau's latest bonk t once s ' rttSHt Drnigut or "Did ho not upon my suggos- - on catarrh and theothnr climatic diKor Nnlo x ))i mill lu iiitit.aam'l Jtlon?" demandod tho king In tho seases of A desirable farm of one hundred wtnter64 pages Instruct' Y.,iU Kl Y HKO 56 Warren St Nrw ldroma. Tho courlor hesitotod. acres, situnted near Hartford, well "SpoakrToll me tho worst." "Well, Ively illustrate,Pe-r- Sent free to any VdM tall watered, a good oicbed, two hundred na Drug MauWanted An Idea ol aoraa alI suppose you" might call it acting," address by The 'I nvKKR bearing trees, good buldings,and Iu tMegnpatl Columbus, r ana lirliiif you waulla. utacturlng Company, -AND faltered ho who boro tbe tidings. Ci.cn ks For further parmtfumi tHW BD fhtmt Artir. good community. I T. O. UAKUR. cr ticular, cult at this office at once, Ua'r tnraniHwa P" P Stepping to tho front of tho stage. Ohio. tf aluJIUl ( IwiiS-- b F LO R1DA. foland (Jhinas, 1.2S ONE iniu YEAR UAUTFOttl) REPUBLICAN, ''KKNY0N COLLEGE" s a s The and Kopublicnn -- per year. OASTOniA, tho for so-cr- ot 030. College. S7) The Republican and Tit-Bi- year S20BT-HAN- ! ""f'feii -- for The Kopublican and Louisville BRYAWT STRATTON mereial both year for CATARRH OASTOIIIA. 1 T 111 0wt 'wzdzxz &Vto na?i "ggm. ABULES al I I IN HOTEL 111 n Louisville, Ky. re-l.- 1 t u wasiao. Mm nr Vl'i'i'lH'I'i'lM'ltljKfl ACURIOUS RELIC In tho National Genoral Directory mmm&HSB&MaBmiZMiMm IssapeetaMy true of Itoal'i nils, lor w mtiU etei em contained m great irttiyp owr la so flll space. Tlwx bio u wliolo medlehn STATU Museum At OFI'ICIAIS Washington. IRE William O lliadloy. Ooverunr Lieut OoTernor -- W; J. Worth-iogtoBeoretaryof 8late Attoruoy General . -- IS YOUR mt CHANCE! Get An Education. Totlio 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 Free 4 I Scholarship To the BRYANT & STRAT-TOBusiness College at LouisThis is one of the best ville. Schools in tlufSouth. You can N 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 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 Take it. AND ' In th? vast collection of relics gathered by the Goverment from every quarter of the world and deposited in the National Mttseuui.there are few so interesting ns the celebrated feather cloak, once the prldeofKcknaskalnnl, one of the mightiest war chiefs of the Sandwich Islands. y, In 1819, after the abolition of that chief rebelled against the reigning king, nnd attempted to reestablish the ancient religious customs of the islnnds. He was slain, and upon his shoulders was a cloak made of red, black nnd yellow feathers, arranged In a curious design. It wns lour leet long, twenty-threinches wide at the top, and eleven and one half feit at the bottom. The yellow feathers were taken from an exceedingly rare bird, called the 00 (Molioa nobilio) This bird must be captured alive, and after the on two yellow feithers, found under each wing, wete removed, the bird was given its freedom So highly were these feathers prized that a piece rf nankeen, valued at $1.50, was given in exchange for five ol them. The king used to regard a small bunch of (hem as a full payment of the poll tax levied upon bis subjects. It is estimated that it .must have taken one hundred yean to collect all the feathers necesstry lor this cloak, and if their value be placed at $150 for each five fcathers.the whole cloak would be worth $1,000,000, or as much as the purest diamond in Q. eu Victoria's crown. This robe of State, alter the battle, felt into the hands ol the conqueror and became the crown property of King Kamehameba III. In 1841, Commodore J. 11. Aulick visited the Islands and the King, desiring to do him honor, and to show his lrlendly feelings towards the United states, presented him with this ancient cloak, in some respects the chiefest ol his treasures, Thegrandson of Commodore Aulick placed the cloak on exhibition at the National Musenui, and there it will probably permanently remain under the care of this Government. It is kept in a large glas3 covered case in a room opening oil of the rotunda, and would probably receive but a passing glance from the visitors unless they should stop to read the account of Its significance and history posted atone corner of the case. No doubt if it were oftered for sale at auction in a city where nobody knew what It was it would be impossible to get Gve dollars for it, jet it represents the patient efforts ol a large number of people, hunting the treasured yellow feathers through a period of five long dynasties. It has no intrinsic value of itself, yet among the thousands ol objects displayed in this Museum, it is doubtful if any other single exhibit has had so remarkable and romantic a history as this robe of state ol the ancient chiefs and kings of tbe Sandwich Islands. Idol-tar- Always ready, at tj5S& R ways efficient, always sat- M B hfactgrri prerent a cold fl m . fawto 1,1 .iA all ll slek headache, Jttandlee, constipation, etc. ssc Tbe only riUs to take with Hood' SarsaparllU. chut, Hood's lp udltor-8am- uel n Q jthoy'prosonlcd lboIri.Uilot.o speciality, .to which tho tragedy of tho 'ovenlng was mcroly preliminary. Detroit Tribuno. A MattoV for tho Future. "Yea," romarkod tho proud father 'whoso tostos oro musical, "ho's tho neighborhood has baby Snostseen. Iibo don't rely on my own jprojudlced opinion ia making tho statement My wlfo says tho samo thing-.- " "Ate you going to mako a musician of hlmf' "Oh, It's too early to decide that. Ills hair hasn't begun to growyot." 'Washington Star. I alto-Roth- . CorumtMlotier of Agriculture, Hornnd ticulture Statistics Luck Moore. Superintendent I'ublto lustrueiiuii-Ge- n M. DavIsoii. Ileglstcr Land Office linns O. lleynold. Trrasurer--Geo- Charles Finley. W. S. Taylor. H. 8lone. W. Long. iPii ANtgcinblc rrcparallonrorAs-slmilaliHgihoToodnminrtftt- fiimuimss sen THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE Ininrnnco Bureau W. Comingore, CoiuniMunrr-D- . IliigllicSlomiichsorulUowbof er II Adjutant General-- U State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brawn Day. llAIMtOAt) COlMItoNKIt8. Jno O. Wood, chairman; for although at that timo .restrictions had boon put upon steam carriages la tho country, 'theso vehicles wcro qulto a familiar sight In tho metropolis. Tho Inven-to- r was Mr. Walter Hancock, a Stratford man, wholn 1831 brought (out on omnibus ot his own design, .which was both elegant and in acs. cordance with tbo comfort ot Companies were very soon formed to work tho "new idea," tbo of ono being to run from Pad E" gton to Brighton, and Hancock troctcd to supply tbo necessary trav-jelcr-- Years Age. to rcmombcr that .nearly 05 years ago horseless showed ovory sign of being tho common method of travoling In .London and tho surrounding Dcmpsey, II. S. 8ainuel P. Brown. cosartF8iOSAt. Senators lion. William C. Llnd say, linn. J U. 8. Illnokburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. Johti W. Lowis. STATE I.UdlSIrUllU. Senator Hun. A, D. James. THE PROBLEM NOT HEW. Renreeentativo OhloGounlv lljn. Horseless Carriages In England Six. ! O. M. Barnctl. J. P. Invtn, Sewtnry NotNAucotio. xaytfcun-sviatimTsma Promotes DigcslionXhccrridr ncss andlfcsl.Conlnlns neither Opium.Morphlnc nor Mineral. (A0c IS ON THE OF JWJw Sm2- - WRAPPER OF stnnJtml EVEBY 'vn vSXqnmffiln BOTTTiTT, OW 1 1 It Is Interesting (Ion, Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca, worms.uom'uisions.tcwrisn ncss andLoss or Sleep. Vac Simile Signature ot Aticrfcct Remedy forConstiro car-iriag- OHIO COUNTY. CtltCUIT COURT. Onent-bor- o. lion. W. T. Owen, Judge neigh-borhoo- d, Hon. J. Edwin Rone, Attorney Owenaboro. T. II. Illimk, Jiiller -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk tlartiiml. B. D. Ringo. Master ContmiMiuner Hartford. G. B Likens, TrmfeeJurr Fund mm fltp&i ffRflHTTiffra UirljiUK5iLfcfaftSM exact NEW YORK. li Ht H O&itttU is pit p ia cbhU lottla craly. aot oH la tall. Iioa't allor aajat t jUa tr J romUs oa anjllltj Iis ca s "iart as rood" tad "will aaiwsr 8 that jm t w tut It tinj bia wr Vtlll. It nil rar-- .. copor WHAPPCR. Ban WZfo Hartinrd. Cal. P. Kcown, Sherif- f- Hartford. Deputies Samuel Kemvn Hnrtfnrd Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Cuiitcrtowu; S. T. Steven, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday In March aud August aud continue three weeks, ami third Monday in May and two weeks. November COUNTY COURT. WWWWI1,I.III.WIW.I1W. i'S GOHtU - COLLEGE to bad management tho concerns jdld not last very long. In 1835 tho fjournoy from London to (T5 miles) was performed at jtbe avorago speed of seven and one-ha-lt miles an hour, and tho journox to Birmingham was accomplished In' to much foster avorago tlmo (about ten miles). This was not tho highest spood that could bo attained, how-vo- r, for tbo records state that a' tvcblclo carrying a number of traveled a mile along ono of London's principal thoroughfares at tho rato of 21 miles an hour. It is well, perhaps, that this speed was only maintained for ono mllo, for even in 1630 It was a dangerous rato of traveling. No fewer than 12,700 passengers wore carried over 4,000 miles by steam in tho lost fow months ot 1836. Westminster Marl-IborouGa-xett-e. trolling stock. In a fow years coaches wcro regularly running from tho city to most of the Important suburbs, but owing ' SHORTHAND INSTITUTE 3E22Z.tirM3i.ciG HAND, Jnhu P. Morton, Judgo Hnrtionl. S. E. Cor. 5th and Karket Sts, Attar's the be-- facDitim fir thorouRh practical tralninj; In SHORTSuccess asxured in TYPEWRITING and QUAirrnnuY ooukt. Terms moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITION THREE MONTHS. Begins on the third Monday in when c iniptent. Itusiueu meu furnished Stenographers i'RWJ) OF January, April, July and October. CHAROR couktop claims. jl,- - DEs.iTxrci-- , Convenes first Monday iu January, and Tuesday after the scoiml Monday tlaaiiaawaaaMiaaaM'aasiamatiaaiiiiaaii iia.WWaaTMW DOOK-KRHPIN- D. M. Hncker, Cleik Hartinrd E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d, Court convenes first Monday In each month. on 5t;li. St. Louisville, Ky. snsro. tU nriia.. A in October. OTHER COUNTY OFPIOKHB. G. S.Fitihucb, Surveyor Springs. Sulphur N. ford. Daniel, AMeeaor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. HartO. fls f 161 ill? HI111 J. I'OR .l.A L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. R. Campbell, Poorhotue Keeper, Hartford, JUSTIOES COURTS. Foiidsville. September Ferry, MaroJi 21, June 20. 19. December 1.9 J. A. Biwlingj--Barrctt- 's EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY member ol family on farm, in village, in Slate and Territory. For Infants and Children. floridaIpreeR.R.Fare THE FARM, FIELD AND Ben F. Gravos March 26, June 25, Septembor 24, December 24. Hartford. A S. ApllMareh 6, June 4, September 8, Dacamber 3. Woodward-Ma- rch RoaiNB. C. L. 13, June 12, September 11, December 11, CitOMwELL.-.ToB. Wilson-Ma- rch 7, June 7, September 5, De cember b. nt Buford, FOR Edccntioti, FOR Noble Manhood, FOR True Wemnuhood. IT gives all important new of tho Nation. IT given a importaut news of the World. IT gives the most reliable market reports. IT gives brilliant and instructive editorials. IT fiives fascinating short Ktories IT (lives an unexcelled agricultural department. It gires cienii6t and mechanical information. IT gives illuMrn'ed fashion articles. 1 THE REPUBLICAN Louisville II Commercial $1.25 per year for both. Two men in Tennessee fought over One was killed. a pretty widow. This is strange. When there are so many pretty young girls in the country it seems there should be enough to go around without a scramble. FIRESIDE COLONY. A happy, prosperous community In tbe most delightful part ot the State. Send forcopy of Green CovcSprlncFIn Tlie 8llb-Trpl- Fair Viev Herd Do you want any M PRINTING? are ready to receive your orders for any thing in that line. We print we Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Note Heads, If you do, Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, Winter Health Resort. The place for any who are affected with pulmonary, lung, throat or chest troubles. Write for booklet: also for list of valuable lands and homes for settlors; land growiug corn, tobacco, sugar 2625 Cottage Grove Ave , Chicago, cane, oranges and all fiults, oats, etc was all run down, could not eat nor Propet ty at remarkably low prices. digest food, had a backache which Address, J. Watkins LBB, Brooksville, Fla. never left her and felt tired and weary, but six bottles of Electric Bits ters restored her health and rene ved A DOCTOR'S VISIT, her strength Price 50 cents and Jr.oo, Get a Bottle at Williams & Dr. Hartman's Free Visit to Bell's Dtug Store. Valuable Prescription. Editor Morrison ol Wonhington, Ind "Sun," writes: "You haven valuable prescription in Electric Bitters, and I can cheerfully recommend it for Constipation and Sick Headache, and as a general system tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, A F LO RID A. heknando county, Brooksviu.h, f oland niwu OF (Jhin&s, Hernando, Hotei,. Como and Pigs in pairs not akin. see my Stock, or write your- - tranU. 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Bea Room , Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy oITJin NKW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNB will be mnlled to you. ea HjaartlOiraL, 3KLy. 9 31 a KENY0iT COLLEGE' HODGENVILLE, KY. Offers esctrptioual advantages to young ladies and gentlemen desiring a complete eductttion at small cost. New llulldlnge. Strong Fatuity, Cheap Doatd, Reference Libia, ry, Healthful Location Utfinod and Intellectual Community, Supports a Lecture Course. SPECIAL FACILITIOS TOR PREPARATION OF Teachers Rtvlrv and Normal Training classes In session ot nil tints, betide six other exhaustive and complete counc of tudy. We court inveetivation. Send for a catalogue aud Judge for yourself where the BEST education em be obtained for the I. HA.ST MONISY. Address all com munitions to Evory Family in tho Umtod States. BREVITIESJJF "Git a FUN. Visiting Catds, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, mornln' yelled tho newsboy. "All 'bout tho (battleship Texas not slnkln' ylster-doy- l" Chicago Tribune. Jack Bills. In fact everything that you want printed. All work first-clas- s and at lowest prices. for estimates. Write or call THE REPUBLICAN, Our Clubbing Rates. m. "Havo you steam heat?" asked tho prospectivo tenant. And tho janitor, who had boon through a "rovlval," could only answer: "We havo steam pipes. "Indianapolis Journal "Wo girls nro getting up a 00- crot socloty of our own," said Lulu. "Indeed; what's tho object?" said Georgo. "I don't kuow yet; but ;l'll tell you all about It after I'm initiated. " "Well," said the young reporter, "you should bo very careful about firing ma" "Why so?" quoth tho city editor "Becouso I havo so much penetration." Thon they Tit-Bit- s. Tho Republican and the Louisville Commercial. . . .81.25 auu i.ou ' and GlobeDemocrat.... 1.75 1.25 " and Now York Tribune " and Louisville Daily Post 2 75 oemi-wceKiy uouner-jouruai.... 8eral-Weckl- There are some people who are never positive in anything. It is always, 'I doq't know," or "I guess so." There is a world oi such people, and It is refreshing sometimes to hear n persou speak as oue having convictions, like Mr. Chas. F. .Snyder, of Bangor, Pa., who wrote) "I can heartily recommend Simmons Liver Regulator to all who are troubled with Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint." To say something is one thing, to prove it is another. We can't prove that Dr. Bell's is the best cough remedy on earth unless you will tty it. If you do this and don't agree with us you get your money back (rout any diugglst. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Best of Calico at 4c at Catson & C's. 111. Meat Toe most desirable residence in town Tor particulars cee S. K. Cox. tr , A. man named Lett, ever in Ohio county, has named bis boy Snb. He'a got an rye stt on binding that boy out Uoncock Gallon. t gavo him clmrgo of tho humorous pago In tho Sunday supplement uioveiamt nam Deaior. Tho Doctor "Mrs. Drown has sent for mo to go and seo her boy, ,andl must goat once." His Wlfo "What is tho matter with tho boy?" The Doctor "I don't know; but Mrs. Drown has a book on 'What to Da Boforo tho Doctor Comes,' and I must hurry up beforo she does It." Household Words. When they told her that tho young man who90 suit she had rejected tha previous evonlng had I hanged hlmsolf to tho gate post he loft her, tho Ixsautlful girl 'shrugged her shoulders. "It Isn't ;my fault," she said coldly. "I 531 specifically told him he mustn't think charge. iof hanging around boro any more." It you desire to, you cin scud for a Dotrolt Tribune. free copy of Dr., Hartman's latest bonk "Did ho not upon ray suggoa-ftlon- on catarrh and th? olhsr climatic didemanded the king In tho seases of wtnter 64 pages instructTho courier hesitated. (drama. any 'finnnlff Tnll mo lh umrai "WJl ively Illustrated. Sent free toManaddress by The Peru na Dtug 'i suppose you' might call It acting," Columbus, faltered ho who boro tho tldiugs. ufacturing Company, Stepping to tho front of tho stage, Ohio. , ?" Thrice-a-wec- k How can that be? you ask How can Dr. Harttnan visit every family in the United States? This is the way: This little atticlegoes into every home. Everyone has the privilege ol reading it. Through this article Dr. Hattman speaks to every' family. He asks il any in this house is sick. If so, would you not like to consult me as to the nature of your disease and its treatment? If you u Herwould like me to do fo, I will give your case careful attention. I have 0 a large institution and many assist ants and am ina position, to detect the nature of diseases where they Wt could not possibly be detected by tbe oidinary physician. It you want to Coin- consult me, just wtite me nnd give a . , . ., description ot your case and l will a'l-- 1 wjji Liu sweryoufree of charge, giving you ' full directiong for treatment. Thii is the way Dr, Hartman makes a Ireo visit to every family in the United States. He has just call on you TlttM. Ins Hall titrf Do you wish to to consult hnu? Or SlttUI find V'ttfl qursiinn you may send r. All blank to fill out'-I- you letters recelvetn.by him are rtuctly Have you cxtnrrh ol confidential. the head, throat, lungs, ttomach or any other organ of the body? If to, write to him at one?. He will send P. O AUSTIN, M'g'r. you directions for.treatiuent withou The and N. Y. Uepublicnn World for $1.65 per year. OASTOIIXA. 3EE.03Q.S7 033. The Republican Hoiigonvlllo, BSMHUrWWWIB EKOUT-HAO- Kentucky. COllegO. PElIUANSniP, tho Co Journal lor on year for 81.75. The Republican and Louisville muitUii inIll j for 81.25. sH ma. and 0fec TELEOBAFHY, ETO. sfWM.m. Who desires to better his or hor condition in life, should write for too catalogue of tno M RKJVAKH-H- " Mi CTDATTftRI aarrsac: a a tu viw - a aiwJ-- a OOX1X1XI va ria 'i. 1 No. 400 TIIIBD BTBEET, LOOIBVILLE. KV. an. OASTOXIIA. OAlAltRII I.ro!) DiS' as n i' CATARRH RI.PAN.S m&k ol I 5H" den 11 rt is h I T ABULES ' t. n ml c in rr-I al'i cli iri'i-- , m'' ni - IV. or" n fnj .t I a.aKn. 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