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Digital page images are linked to the text file. &iwwunMftimmf suyn..,J-HyKillJiJi- ,' r wmi Aiss A&rgtxret Jail, HMO TBAGHER pu-pu- The Haetdbj) Republican. & OFFICIAL A jaMMIca, W.rOHtlal naarara, vtii and ASKtkare-nv-- r ti ! 1 fTt s . twttl.sL appuUl'l,,",'1 ONI UVKR lint ralrlt ardaainv and ot dUr.it hw thev t" f- I HitiTPonu, Kektuokv, FALL terra btfins August 31, 1300, t her homo for the reception ot Special Thorough training. attention given to young pupils. Termi at uiual. Your patronngo D mi amiKtOU- - OMAN OF THE PARTY IK IEE:F0DF,I2 CONQRESSIOKAL 3IS1I.I,., Gin VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY pie patriots, thwHpyrotecnlc-perform-in- g 2G, 1897. ft a, for ladies nut of their own ' NO. 31. The Cn.tp.tt, Pnr.it and But Family Mtalcfaaln ID W.rldl For DYSPSrilA. CONSTIPATJOM. . 810K IIK ADACjlK.Coli die., nilloat alia. fttartuloa t Spirit!, SOUK STOMACH. llaartbnriK at. TM. narivatl.il riway warranted a. I la annuls a .Injl. titrHfl f)l MsKCURT, t aor mia.ral bat ia Ia Baby Mine! Every mother of the pain and danger attend MAROHjJOTH. Waiting's Execu- -, tion. Gov. Bradley Names that feels an indescribable dread as the Day of Jackson most critical period of her life. Thoy Havo Just Thirty-Tw- o Becoming a Mora Days to Bronth tho mother should be Air of Earth. a source of joy to all, but the suffering and Frankfort, Ky. Feb. 16. Jackson danger of the ordeal make and Walling, the murderers of Pearl its anticipation one of misery. Bryan, will get their just punishment at last. They tun it die on the galMOTHER'S FRIEND lows. Kvery eflort to save their necks has been exausted and they are is the remedy which relieves doomed women of the great pain and sufGov. Bradley acted upon the case fering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's yesterday and the suspense is over for he has fixed March 20, as sevcrost, trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is re- the date of the two murderers' execus moved by its use. Those who use tion. this remedy arc no longer deThe news was telegraphed at once spondent or gloomy; nervousness to the Newport jail, where Jackson nausea and other distressing conditions arc avoided, the system is nnd Walling were waiting in fear and made ready for the coming event, trembling. The action of Gov. Bradley will and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour arc give the two fiends what many perobviated by the use of Mother's sons think they should have had Friend. is a blessing to woman. long since. Death warrants were issued this 91.00 KEOl DOTTLE at all Sniff Stores, or aent by mall on receipt or price. morning, and the final preparations BOOKS Containing Inraloable Information ol for the hanging of Jackson and Wallto all will be rccc lntenat eddreii, women, application,lent ing will commence at once. It is unupon trritt to any int MUDmLD BMtJLUOB C0.,ltliiiU,Gi. derstood Sheriff Plummcr has already secured a gallows on which to jerk' Louisville Dental Co., the two brutes to eternity. Judge DuRelle's response in the Jackson and Walling cases overruling f$Tdt8&& the petition for a rehearing was mislaid in the court of appeals office. It is believed to have been stolen. Should it not be recovered another to-d- ay Petsrbusltrs are dallv constructing ths most charming volume of per dleut history that was ever perfected at th cost ol an honest people and the everlasting shame of a great commonwealth. This most wise brlgRde of Coxey catowalters, this of lawd er sweet galaxy of makers, this undimmed conltellAtlon of human evergreens is n fitting finale fiasco ol Demto the frazzle-edgeocracy's rule and damnation's rulu In Tennessee. They come na a feeble farewell finish to the inglorious reign of nn Ignoble pirty that is dead with its own dastard doing and damned gory-gran- DU'ESTftQW caps, JjlAJNUim His Money Could Not Save F4jrp From ant upon the Merited Pun- ishment. Hanged at N'oon Tuesday Week. Throo Yoars Ago in a Drunkon Fit Ho MurdorodHls Wito andiChild. Trlod to gohbifVort tho - n. with Its own debauchery, stuped in the blood of conscience and lost in a sea of sin the last harsh nqte to break the sweet, enchanting spell of melody, the dying echo of a poor old played-ou- t song. Their days of -box kleptomania are numbered, their epoch ol film- - flam surirtinsey is done, their era of party bosslstn and election hoodlumism is one of the fast fading memories of n bygone age, where political honesty was n thing unknowu and public ''decency was allifat att. This they know, and well dolhey know it. Yes, and they know more than this. They know that Tennessee today is as solidly and as salely Republican as hell is Democratic; they know that if the. voice of the people as honesty expressed at the polls had prevailed in Tennessee their miserable body would be today made up of Republicans, honest men and intelligent and that instead of a second class fiddler a first-clastatesman would occupy the executive ballotss all hours " "Reward; Of ten dollars will be paH for the arrest and dctentiou of one of the most desirable residences in town. When last heard from was working on a steamboat in Alabama." "Get your meals nt the Snide House. Fresh Bteak and hash every thirty days, made of the finest corrugated steal and warranted to last a skin." "Go to Smith's for fresh Jirsy butter. Guaranteed to be strictly all wool." "Wanted to exchange n fine short horned piano, perfectly upright cow In good fie- tic for an tune." "Stubbs & Tubbs, dealers In green hides, rags, scrap iron, etc. Meals at dun-color- OBJE0TLESS0N. 1 The Chemical Composition of tho Human Body. An Interesting and In- structive Exhlbltin eonulalGf tfc.i. Soath.rn noU ami'IIttka t. whloli an l'rorld.Bea bat ptaMd renntrlta wbtra DIicmm moats'" D.raaf-m- at It will cur. all Dltu... caut.d el th. i.lttr and Daw.lt. SYUFTOMS cf LlT.r Computet art a The bltur or tad Lit. la the raeatht Fain la la Ua.lr. Sld.l or Joint, oft.n mUiatm rw lues natltni Sour sumach) Lou of Apf.tH.t mUaati.: liow.u all.rnat.l7 co.tlTa and iXMt oc autnory, wun a rainiui voiMouon et kavlnr fall.d t do .om.tMnff which eagktto Dtallltyi Low Spirit!, a tnlck bun don.i of th. Skin and Bru, T.llow uouga ouvn miii.a.n lor w.n.uraptivni ,. m th.a v,Mi,Ml. .ItMin Ct.m.,l,.ikA ofti.r. T.rr f.wg bnt the LtTfilt tba dlaeaio. at U ctnar.ll th. .cat ot ike dilute, and II not antTetliva;, wr.labta- It.lialat.d In time, DDAtll will .atua. The tollowltif Vitity erte.ra.d a.ruai att.it I thf vtrrutt at alHim.nl Mv.r Rigulatcn O.n. W. 8. Holt, Pru. Oa. S. W. R. R. Co.l R.r. PUKBLY VEGKTAm.K, ..(i., li ht. ptrni. dj unlit the National Museum. lifetime." "Some very artistic fresco work has just been done on the interior of ., JttiSje.Hamp Rollins,-- , .who. was again, ory Tarn. elected Justice of the Peace last week. The last is a copy of an inscrip-tiopainted on a board which adorns Dr. AtthurDuestrow, the St. Louis millionaire wife and child murderer, a fence in Kent: "Notice; If any man's or woman's was hanged Tuesday week for the crime he committed three years ago. cows gets into these here oats, his ot On the 13th day ofFebtuary 1894, her tall will be cut off, as the case while in a dtunken fit, Dr. Duestrow msy be," entered his handsome residence and The best regulator to regulate a shot to death his wife and child. The people, is Simmons Liver Regulator. crime was witnessed by a servant. It regulates the liver and the liver After the killing Duestrow surrenregulates the person. If the liver is dered himself to the authorities and regular then health is good, but if claimed that the killing was accidental. He told many different stories sluggish or diseased then there is Indigestion, as to how it happened. The people constant Biliousness, and all the disorders of the were enraged over the matter and deot. Try Sfm-- . termined that justice, should be done stomach that one hears mons Liver Regulator and prove was a man of wealth. though he The fight to save Ducstrow's life this. has been a notable one. The case is To say something is one thing, to the most celebrated on record of the prove it is another. We can't prove Missouri Criramlnal Court. Four that Drr. Bell's is the times it has been gone over. Due- best cough remedy on earth unless strow employed the finest array of you will try it. If you do this and agree with us you get your lawyers in the State. They summon- don't back from any druggist. For mcuey ed to their aid medical science and sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tried to show, by minutely tracing the family history, that the prisoner An Atlanta Enterprise of Croat was insane. The stand taken was Merit. e It affords us pleasure to call especx that he was a victim of hallucintory paranoia. Medical ex- ial attention to the advertisement of perts and lawyers wrangled for days thp "Mother's Friend," appearing in s before wearied juries this issue. in The Bradfield Regulator Co., of Atover the scientific aspects of the case, and every inch of ground, legal or lanta, Ga., have at great expense isscientific, was stubbornly ' fonght. sued a most attractive and meritorEloquence, skill, learning, wealth, ious book, which they mail free, conalt were brought to the aid of Arthur taining information ot the greatest Duestrow. But his crime had so value and importance to all ladies exwrought the public mind against him pecting to become mothers. That the "Mother's Friend" is a that all these have been of no avail and though possessed of a million remedy wonderful in its effects, and dollar., he has paid the penalty of relieves the expectant mother of incredible suffering and robs the final his crime. His property after death goes to hour of confinement of its dread, pain his sister, Hulda Duestrow. Since and terror, is fully attested by the exhis crime she has not only refused to perience of happy mothers all over go to see him, but has refused to ad- this continent. A perusal of the book will convince vance any money. Duestrow's attorneys have been able so far to spend any lady, and the use of "Mother's Friend" cause her become Its enthuonly the interest, and not the principal of his estate, and may now find it siastic friend, blessing the hour when first she heard1 of it and was induced impossible to collect their fees. to use it. Send your name and address to The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga , and receive in return, free, this Somoof tho Peculiar Things excellent book, "To Expectant Mothers," containing information of value London Popplo Want. to all ladles. tt sub-acutcourt-room- In the room of the National Muse um devoted to Materia Medlca there has been placed a series of preparations which attract a very great deal of interest from those who stop to read the printed notices. It illustrates very clearly the analytical and scientific tendencies of the .present rage, 1 man is five feet eight 'inches high, and r weighs one hundred and pounds, H Scientists determined to analyze all parts of the human body, find out what were Its constituent elements and how much of each was present. They have finally demonstrated that the following elements are presfifty-fou- 1. K. P.ld.r, P.frr, 0. Col. E K. Sjuria, c! Mai.rign,Vtq.,UhrltrEllli Co Oaf lion. Al.iaud.r It. kl.ph.na. 'W ttrt tetttd It. Ylrtinu, prrtonAllr, and and know that tor nxtn.pila, BiHouiih. Throbklng Hudacti. It fi lha but ra.JI.lne th world aver .aw. W. trie, fortjr oth.r r.ai.dl.a before&tmnioniLlrRznlator.kutneneKT aa more than tempor.rTrell.lt but the Keen-latnot onlr i.II.t.J, but cuud m." F.D. Tilxorapii and Mititrtom, Macon, Oa. lUrttirACTURED O.ILY CO., Philadelphia, Pa. S. II. ZBIUN It PROFESSIONAL OAJW. Tames A.Smi.th, PBIY nAltTFORD.-Ifr'- T . if f and adjoining counties, and court ot Appeals. Special attention given collections. Offlco east sido of puVXi square. M. h. Will prsctico his prof eesion in Ohio Heavrin. HEAVRIN Shrldy Ta.yi.or. & TAyLOpF ent: office; they know that if justice had copy will be furnished from Stenographer Brown's notes. Carroll Walcutt has been appointed special messenger to take the death warrant to Sheriff Fluramer. OWENSBORO, ICY. Cold Crotrns f 5 to $7 Porcelain Crowrs 3 to 5 Bent act ol teeth (no better made , no matter bow much you pay) . $S 4W.M.t. Extracting, pet tooth 25c Patnlww extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting tree when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located Stiver filling Sold fillings $t up 75c Subscribe for The Republican and get m j all the news. fer tbir of btfL W Mb twotoo. zx x, InTfcUonj l3 prt off hcxtjtffxi wmt4. ud lb l of Idea ln Protect your tdit thr mur brio yon wrui. Writ J6UX WIUDKlUiUIUt ft - r(wit AMor. Wanted-fCO- && HOW TO FIND OUT. Kill a bottle or common water glas withutlne and let it stand twenty-fou- r honrs; a sendlment of settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence ol kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pnin in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder otc out of order. WHAT TO DO. in comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Or. Kilmer's There Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy .fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to bold mine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that un pleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and the is extraordinary effect of Swamp-Roo- t soon realized. It stands the highest for its wouderful'Cutes of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention Tim Hartford RuruuucAN address and send your full to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinghamton, N. Y,- - The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness ol this post-office of-le37-iy- V CHILL TUNIC 18 TASTELESS 0 1LATU. IliS., Hot. 18, 1KB. Co., 81. IaoU, Mo. . uw wui Wtl U1U IM. vt QUOVK'S TABTBLBrta IUIIU. TWI 10 and bare IbU arc, already Uie drug in all ourai. bouibl tbr.. 14 bu.ln.ia. bat. Ton. In Ierince I1of article tb.l ucn uclfeml wll in n.t.i Iarli Medicine li.nll.Q10ni WARRANTED. PRICE i.u, JU8TAS GOOD FOR ADULTS. 00 cts. IKm'a Tim? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. CHUNKY & CO . Toledo. O. Wc the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to cary out any obligations made by thrlr firm. West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c, let them understand that their jig is per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. up, their goose is cooked, their cake Hall's Family Pills are the best. is dough, and their coffin is ready to To Cnro l.nmniMn. receive its worthless deposit of politiA subscriber at Trenton, Ky., asks cal stiffs, for when this poor session the lollowlng: been horse that of the Legislature shall have "I have a goes lame periodically; can detect no fritted away in their own artistic tender or heated spot about body or fashion they must go home and 1'is limbs; no swelling. After traveling appear in the cornfields ot obscurity a mile or two the lameness almost forever, to seek in vain the fleeting disappears. What is the remedy?" shadow of their lost consciences and It is impossible to diagnose the murdered hopes. Nashville Repubtrouble with certainty on this meager lican. description. Indeed a personal examination would be necessary to accuraDi. Bell's Pire Tar Honey is an imcy. The symptoms given indicate portant addition to the list of the what is known as "Navicular dis- world's most valuable medicines. Harmless in its nature, yet almost ineases," (sometimes called grogginess) fallible in its action, it lsundoubtedly bone the most efficacious means known toAn inflamation ol the Navicular or of the cartilegc on its inferior sur- day ot cuitug coughs, colds and kinFor sale by Z. Wayne face. It is probably one of the most dred diseases Griffin & Bro. fertile causes of lamenes, and also the most difficult to treat or control. lUrclrlc lllltt-r- . Klectrlc Bitters is n medicine suited Concussion and rheumettc predisposition are said to be the chief causes for any season, but perhaps more of the disease, though improper shoe- generally needed, when the languid exhausted feeling prevails, when the ing may largely contribute. The remedy suggested is: Remove liver is torpid and sluggish and the the shoe and allow the frog to come to need of a tonic and alterative is felt. Stand in cold water or A prompt use of this medicine has the ground. apply cold, wet swabs for several oltcn averted long and perhaps latal If, bilious fevers. No medicine will act hours dally. Poultice at night. after two or three weeks, the disease more surely in coudteractlng and is not conquered, blister the coronet freeing the system from the malarial slightly, and if this does not bring poison. Headache, Indigestion, ConSome sellef stipation. Dizziness yield to Electric relief, seton the frog. has been obtained by using a hoof or- Bitters. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at nament composed of equal parts of Williams & Bell's Drug Store. . tar, Burbundy pitch and mutton suet. Everybody has a cold sometimes Farmer's Home Journal. your turn will come. Keep a bottle ot Dr. Doll's Pire Tar Honey at hand Most druggists sell you what you and be piepared for ami emergency. ask for. Some will ask you to take This famous remedy will cure a cola something which they claim Is "just beforo it gets fairly started or after it as good." Some times a little more has MrUItiu. The sooner you take it profit induces them to do this. Dr the soourr you get well. For s.ile by is the best Z, Wayne Griffin & Uro. Bell's cough, cold and grip cure. After you Ex State Senator Carroll, heretofore try It once you v'H like it too well to ncoept any substitute. For sale by Z. a lending-fresllyer politician ol the Wayne Griffin & Uro blue grass section, h.is come' out in nn interview unJ soya he has changed Jliijorlly. Tlint lienincrnllo his views, und will hereafter favor a Of all the asslmlne forces yet conHe qualifies it by protective tarifi. jured up by politics and inspired by protection the working vinegar ol hell we beg saying he is satisfied that to that maudlitn is a good thiug for fanners, he wants to be commeuded After the aggregation ol fat headed freaks and farm products protected. of Republicanism begins to fin peselcle bamboozlers knowu to half dose him, he will betoolkiller as the Democratic majority get Its work in with gin to have patriotic vision, and see ol the Tennessee Legislature. This conglomerated menagerie ol sweet- - his way clear to take the balance of the do; and become a full fleged Rescented, silver tougued, silence-slaypresent, alto- publican, financier and tariff question ing, seraphic solons He will also understand gether the fiuest spectacle of jib lot altogether nincompoops that has ever yet ben that the fanner not only needs progotten together in this State outside tection, but that directly or Indirect- -' the asylum and penitentiary, nnd ly. he always gets the benefits of a their photographs shouldby all means protective tarlfl, because it makes be preserved, alter the lobby shall fewer farmers and more hone conhave finished with them, as curios sumers of the farmer's products. Let while the doors for posterity nnd an impressive warn- others follow him, ing to the youth ol a generation yet are open. ld I - succeeded to her owu two years ago II. Clay Evans would have been Governor of this proud State instead of tne imbecile who poor old had just retired without credit and without honor; they know that bad the Republican party been in power herehrough all these years Tennes. see would now be enjoying the high-noo- n zenith of a rich prosperity, instead of being held up to the scorn and pity of the world by their own beloved chairman as the vorst governed State in the Union; they know too, that if the devil had his dues purgatory would this minute be crowded with Tennessee Democrats. All these things they know, and all these things the voters of this State know and this gang of political mountebanks are right now enjoying the last spoils that will come down their side of the pike in Tennessee. Let them make the most of it, and booze-fightln- HARTFORD, KY. Gases, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, chlorine and fluorine. Perry Wcstorfield, Solids, Metal, iron, potassium, calcium, sodium and magnesium. Solids, carbon, phosphorBeaveb Dam, Ky. ous and sulphur. R. R. WEEDING In this exhibit these thirteen elements Are shown in glas3 jars arranged in a row upon a shelf, each Hartfokd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all jar bearing a label containing a statetho courts of Ohio ment of the name of the element, and counties. Also Notary and adjoining Public. amount of the same to be found In an Office, in Commercial Hotel. ' ' average human body. For the gases, of course, only a Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, a aaa a. proportionate amount of the elements is shown, for example, of oxygen. The amount of carbon i3 represented by a cube about 8 inches square; calctum by a cube 4 in. square; and sulphur by a piece about the size of a hen's egg. In ajar of water are to be seen about twenty slicks of phosphorous a half inch in diameter, and three inches long. They are kept under water to prevent their igniting, as this element very easily takes fire when exposed to the air an ordinary summer temperature. The potassium and sodium are preserved under naphtha for the same reason. If either one of these elements should come into contact with water they would Instantly take fire, so great is the affinity for thess two elements when in their pure state for the oxygen contained in the water. The iron is represented by a few pieces of wire in a small phial. The following table is given to show the amount of each element in pounds and fractions to be found in a human being welug 154 pounds: Oxygen 97.30 Carbon Attorney Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and ndjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. OfBco over Ohio County Dank. Alao Notary rublie. HARTFORD, atKYLaw, 3E3. Attorney at JC&w, Will pructjee his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining1 conn-tic- s. Special attention given to Office in Courthouse. HARTFORD, KY. 3. rESaLlj, (County .dttoroey) Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to eel" making &., also Notary Public tor Ohio County. Office North side of public Equare. JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney at Iaw Hartford, Ky. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAM, FUNNY "ADS." Hydrogen, Nitrogen Calcium Will practice his profession in all (ke Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties 3'.'o Collections carefully and promptly at15.20 tended to. Office with T. J. Baiita & Co., Market tjlreet. 3 80 3 80 1.75 25 22 22 18 16 Phosphorous Chlorine Attorney at Lavr, HaweroRD, Ky., Will practieo his professita in Otis and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business ebtcMtes! Olico in RHrUMAir le his care. building. J.B. VIOKERS, Curiously worded advertisements, which are tunny without intent, are common in London papers, it would seem. An English perlodtcald offered a prize lor the best collection of such announcements, and the follow- Fluorine Sulphur Potassium Sodium Magnesium ing is the sesult: Wonted Good boysor punchln g," "Respectable widow wants washing for Tuesday." "Wanted Experienced nurse for bottled baby." "A boy who can open oysters with reference." unborn. fakamTonto. nn J2'iC4,mikC For sale by Williams & Bell. Idea With the mugs of monkeys, the Wanted-- An your tbf brains of builbats, the bray of jack- rroUciJOHN WJCDDIUUUII m? Writ r.i.Bi a,nor jSrUa o3r a.ra, WMhlaitoa, D. Ih.lr asses and the principle of professional wautwi. uillit e( twtf kisUr4 IT.BIWU. tlM ldl Whs cm think tit Mtn. .uupM thin toutentr trios oo WM.Ha. "Wanted An organist and n boy to blow the same." ' "Bull Dog for Sale Will eat any. thing, very fond of children " "Furnished apartments, suitable for gentleman with folding doors." "Wanted A boy to bs partly outside aud partly behind the counter." "For Sale A piano forte the property of n musician with carved legs." "Widow in comfortable circumstances wishes to marry two sons." "Wanted; For the summer, a cottage for a small family with good drainage." "Annual Sale Now 9af Don't go elsewhere to be cheated; come in here." "A lady wants to sell her piano, as she is going nbioad in a strong frame." 'Wanted; A room by two gentlemen about thirty feet long nnd twenty feet broad." "Wonted; By respectable girl her passage to New York: willing to take care of children nnd a good sailor." "Lost; A collie dog by a man on Saturday answering to Jim, with a brass collaraiouud his neck and muzzle." "To be disposed of, a small phaeton, the property ol a gentleman wit11 a moveable headpiece as good as new." "Lost; Near Hlghgatc Archway, an umbrella belonging to a gentleman with a bent rib and a bone ban-die- Slnrvrlona Uraulta. From n letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we arc peetnitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. Whill I was pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. paroxysms of coughing Terrible would last hours with littte interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles Iree at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1.00. n 01 154. Iron The Republican and Louisville Commercial both one year for $1.25. Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice ia all the Courts oi Okie and adjoining counties. Kicsiel attention given to collection. with County Attornojr. ARMISTEAD JONHC, 0c Republican Tho and the St. Louis Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democrat Mare Of Mercury) one year for $1.75. jtimtm. Tho C-- ta eity dally West bourd pm fix" he I. Louisville , . . 7 55 n nt 6 7 55 aaja, "and the L Dtandcnbure; . . 9 8 o more treat- L Irvingtoit . . 9 AO ment I receivS LSteplienport . . 10 20 ed, the worse I L Cloverport . . 10 47 91. teemed to get. . . 944 A New York LHansaTllle . . n ia p is 15 mio 4 ipccUUst said LOnentboro 11 SS IS be could cure Ar IUndetson . . No. 4.1. No A. me, but his daRy daily treatment did Bast boaad m no ffood L Hennarecn . . . ao a m a 55 p in whatever. I was stiff andfutlof L OtMttkbsto . . .Szs 3 96 palm, my left arm was uoeless so I. UsweeviH . . . 9 aj 4 S3 that I was unabts to do ereu the L Ctovsrpo.tr . . . 9 5 5 7 lightest work. This was my condition LStepaenpott . . JO 11 5 & when I began to take 8. U. 8., and a 6 . . . 10 51 few bottles convinced roe that I was I. Irvlntton 6 39 I continued the . s .... uA r... ivitl. belnr benefitted. ...... medicine, and one dosen bottles cured I, Dntndonbare- . .1118 m Ar LdttUvlMeia 45 appouunicma iu uura. cv ,,' is unique me sound and well. My system was the President nt Ills Desk" under the effects of mercury, and I in being the first time that the daily would soon have been a complete TIMi: TAUI.J1 I. V. II. II. linAVIill d IA KY. life of the President has been wreck bnt for 8. 8. B." OOINO KAST. a. 0. B., (fruoraud purdy ttgtiaou) by one who has filled the exLocal Freight No. 392 a 6 oo a. tn. is toe oniy cms alted office. Articles upon the social fnr real blood dis No. aia a 1 o p. m. Mail by eases. The mer No. aoa a 7 5 p. m. and domestic life ot the President Past Mall treatment curial OOINO WSST. General Harrison will follow in sucof the doctors al- mnr. HMHwa AtMm No. aoi a 7 17 a. rn .. ww cessive Issues of the Journal. Past Mall No. 331 a 13 35 p. tu. harm than good. Beware of mercury! Mall Books on the disease and its treat- Local Freight No. 391 a 3 35 p. tn. Remember we do the very best Job ment mailed free to any address by Mr Brown, furrier, begs toan-- i II MliKRlCK, Agt, nouuee that he will make up gowns, p.inttngatthelowest living prices, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. "Iwasinahor-rlble office-ieekerbur-flea1 I Harrison has written of ' A Day With the President at His Desk,, for the March Ladies, Home Journal. The article is said to be singularly interesting In the detail with which it describes the wearisome routine of the President It is said tint General Hudson, in thisattlele. lias delivered himself with great dliectuess and vigor, relative to the aouoyance that are vlsitrd upon a Chief Executive by persistent nnd he suggests a unique s plan, by which the President's In that direction could be greatly lightened, nnd he beenabled to devote more attention to more important matters. A feature of the article that will have a timely interest to those ambitious to serve the country under the Incoming admlnstratlon. describes verv fully how the Presldeut makes President's Daily Routine I Wlirr orcrr man and woman In Ike Unltr Mr. Henry Roth, of 1548 South 9th EUtei Intereiled In the Opium and Wb.uk bare d. was given the usual hebiii toAdilr.uone of aj beokt on thete Uo. Street, St. Louis, II. M. Wooller, Atlanta, iwi, mercurial treatment for contagious Sox 181, and one will be lent 700 (re. blood poison. He was twice pronounced cured, but the disease returned each r time, he wu aelzed with rheumatic Lelavlll,Ilanlarneu A- HI Ixtails to' Ih KiretlJau L paint, and red lumps and aorea cot- No, No. ItaHI-wa- 41. 43. ""; ." ni sss MM PALL ;vi66 yvVargaret JsFoill, TEACHER f iAttrpoRD, KmrruoKY. s. The HaeteoeD Eepubligm. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN IBB A!KI1ltlrlnJ' djjMftlCvi 1x1 atreMal Artm, r.Ttf sad rt I ' rtlnt,hw cMMLMIlh,ch" lot .Birlt rJ R i pp.UtlkTWllftaU res br ukMc M.JAY tb kOHl ki - - in Hiav- term begins August 31, 1800, t liar homo for tho reception ol Special Thorough training. attention given to young pupils. Terms i uiual. Your patronngo solicited. 0 Gin JQURM CONGRESSIONAL 3ISIF.ICI, 4M$- - VOL. IX. MAROHJJOTH. HAIITFOBD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUAKY pie patriots, theatpyrotecnle-perform-in- g Peterbusters are dallv constructing the most charming volume of per diem history that was ever perfected at the cost of an honest people and the everlasting shame of a great This most wile commonwealth. brigade of Coxey catowalters, this of lawcr sweet galaxy of gory-grnmakers, this u ml I m mod conitellation of human evergreens is a fitting finale fiasco of Demto the frazzle-edgeocracy's rule and damnation's ruin In Tennessee. They come as a feeble farewell finish to the inglorious reign of an ignoble pirty that is dead with its own dastard doing and damned with its own debauchery, stuped in the blood of conscience and lost in a sea of sin the last harsh note to break the sweet, enchanting spell of melody, the dying echo of a poor old played-ou- t song. Their days kleptomania are numbered, supremacy Is their epoch of flim-fladone, their era of party bossism and election hoodlumism is one of the fast fading memories of a age, whete political honesty was a thing unknown nnd publlo "decency was ajoit art. This they know, and well dTthey know it. Yes, and they know more than this. They know that Tennessee today is as solidly and as salcly Republican as hell is Democratic; they know that if the. voice of the people as honesty expressed at the polls had prevailed in Tennessee their miserable body would be today made up of Republicans, honest men and intelligent and that instead of a second class fiddler a first-clastatesman would occupy the executive office; they know that if justice had succeeded to her own two years ' ago H. Clay Itvans would have been Governor of this proud State Instead of the imbecile who poor old had just retired without credit and without honor; they know that had the Republican party been in power herethrough all these years Tennes sec would now be enjoying the high-noo- n zenith cf a rich prosperity, in stead of being held up to the scorn nnd pity of the world by their own beloved chairman as the rorst governed State in the Union; they know too, that if the devil had his dues purgatory would this minute be crowded with Tennessee Democrats. All these things they know, and all these things the voters of this State know and this gang of political mountebanks are right now enjoying the last spoils that will come down their side of the pike in Tennessee. Let them make the most of it, and let them understand that their jig is up, their goose is cooked, their cake is dough, and their coffin is ready to receive its worthless deposit of political stiffs, for when this poor session of the Legislature shall have been fritted away in their own artistic fashion they must go home aud rHs appear in the cornfields ol obscurity forever, to seek iu vain the fleeting shadow ol their lost consciences and Nashville Repubmurdered hopes. lican. nd ofbal-lot-box e ss booze-fightin- 2G, 189T. NO. 31. Th. CBMiMit, Pumt and DntI P.mll Al.tflcln.ln in. World Tor DYBI'STSJA, CONRTIPAT: nilloal ttliekl. SIl-I- It K ADA Fl.ircln r.. -i- v.-r-. CntTIt STclHAC a f Ri.bilL :i:--TzrrMMtnunrp, .Iff nnriT.u.u r.tnmr (" warranted a.t ta im. nta!a .Intl. pttMcl. of any mistral bat li Utucvnr, lie rvjz Baby Mine! Every mother DU'ESTROW caps, etc., for ladies out of their own jlt ' Gov. Bradley Names that feels an indescribable dread as the Day of Jackson of the pain and IANGED. His Money Could Not Save Hm From Merited! Pun- 4 ish merit. Hanged atNoon Tuesday Week. Throo Years Ago In a Drunk- on Fit Ho Murdorod His Wifo andt Child. Trlod to most critical period of her life. Thoy Havo Just Thirty-Tw- o wfciSHi Becoming a Moro Days to Broath tho mother should be Air of Earth. a source of joy to all, but the suffering and Prank fort, Ky. Feb. iG. Jackson danger of the ordeal make nnd Walling, the murderers of Pearl its anticipation one of misery. Bryan, will get their just punishment at last. They mutt die on the galMOTHER'S FRIEND lows, livery eflort to save their necks hns becu exausted and they are is the remedy which relieves doomed women of the great pain and sufGov. Bradley acted upon the case fering incident to maternity; tin's hour which is dreaded as woman's yesterday and the suspense is over for he lias fixed March 30, as severest, trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is re- the date of the two murderers' execumoved by its use. Those who use tion. this remedy arc no longer The news was telegraphed at once or gloomy; nervousness to the Newport jail, where Jackson nausea and other distressing conditions arc avoided, the system is and Walling were waiting in fear and made ready for the coming event, trembling. The action of Gov. Bradley will and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour arc give the two fiends what many perobviated by the use of Mother's sons think they should have had is a Messing to woman. long since. Friend. Death warrants were issued this 91.00 PElt XSOTTZJ3 at nil Drair Storeo, or sent tor mall on receipt of price. morning, and the final preparations BOOKS Containing Invaluable Information ol for the hanging of Jackson and Wallto all will b core Interrat eddrtu, women,application,tent ing will commence at once. It is unupon tntt to any bj Tie MUprmD BEGDLlTOa CO., itltnta. Ga. derstood Sheriff Plunimer has already secured a gallows on which to jerk Louisville Dental Co. the two brutes to eternity. Judge DuRelle's response in the Jackson and Walling cases overruling the petition for a rehearing was mislaid In the court of appeals office. It is believed to have been stolen. Should it not be recovered another to-d- ay danger attendant upon the Walling's Execu- -, tion. skin." "Go to Smith's for fresh Jsrsy butter. Guaranteed to be strictly all wool." "Wanted to exchange n fine dun colored, short horned piano, perfectly getle for an upright cow In good tune." "Stubbs & Tubbs, dealers In green hides, rags, scrap iron, etc. Meals at nil hours " "Reward; Of ten dollars will be paid for the arrest and detention of one of the most desirable residences in town. When last heard from was working on a steamboat in Alabama." "Get your meals at the Snide House. Fresh steak nnd hash every thirty days, made of the finest steal and warranted to last a d OBJECT LESSON. The Chemical Composition of the Human Body. An Interesting- and Instructive Exhibltin - the National Museum. lifetime." copy will be furnished from Stenographer Brown's notes. Carroll Walcutt has been appointed special messenger to take the death warrant to Sheriff Pluramer. OWENSBORO, KY. GoldCrotrns ?5 to rcrrcelnln Crowrs 3 to Debt set ol teeth (no better made , no matter how much you pay) . $7 5 $S 4W.M.t. Ilow'a Tim? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. old fillings $1 up Stiver filling 75c rtxtrftcting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air joe Rxtroctlni; tree when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. Wanted-- An protect your Mmi i may bring ott worth. CO- - KlMl Atims Writ JOHN WXDUKniiURN th-- lr My. WtabtBftoa, I. $I.ao pnw PJH' tad lilt ot two httjd'toTtntlooj I'. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo. 0. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last rs years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to enry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Waldlng, 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. To Cura I.itnirur.e. A subscriber at Trenton, Ky., asks the following: thr afor Idea Sisss Sr HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common wntrr glas with utlne and let it stand twenty-tou- t honrs; a sendlment of settling Indicates a diseased condition ol the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence ol kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ote out of order. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root,thcgrcat kidney remedy .fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the bock, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold mine and scalding palu in passing 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 extraordinary eflect of Swamp-Roo- t is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful 'cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention Tim Hartford Rbpubucan address and send your full to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinghamton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper post-office horse that goes lame periodically; can detect no tender or heated spot about body or limbs; no swelling After traveling a mile or two the lameness almost disappears. What is the remedy?" It is impossible to diagnose the trouble with certainty on this meager ld "I have a what to no. guarantee the genuineness of this fer. 27-iy- of- Indeed a personal examdescription. ination would be necessary to accuracy. The symptoms Riven indicate what Is known as "Navicular diseases," (sometimes called grogglness) An inflamatlon of the Navicular bone or of the cartilege on its inferior surface. It is probably one of the most fertile causes of lamenes, and also the most difficult to treat or control. Concussion and rheutnetic predisposition are said to be the chief causes of the disease, though improper sjioe-in- g may largely contribute. The remedy suggested is: Remove the shoe and allow tue frog to come to the ground. Stand in cold water or apply cold, wet swabs for several If, hours daily. Poultice at night. after two or three weeks, the disease Is not conquered, blister the coronet slightly, and if this does not bring Some selief relief, seton the frog. has been obtained by using a hoof ornament composed of equal parts of tar, Burbundy pitch nnd mutton suet. Partner's Home Journal. Most druggists sell you what you ask for. Some will ask you to take something which they claim is "just as Rood." Some times a little more profit induces them to do this. Dr is the best Bell's Pine cough, cold and grip cure. After you try it once you vill like it too well to accept ony substitute. For sale by Z. y Wayne Griffin & Bro Tlml llemorrntie Jlnjorlty. Of all the nssimine forces yet con jured up by politics and inspired by the working vinegar ol hell we beg to be commended to that maudllm aggregation of fat headed freak a and fin peseicle bamboozlers knowu to ioolklller as the Democratic majority This of the Tennessee Legislature. conglomerated menagerie ol sweet- scented, silver tougued, silence slay- inc. seraphic solons present, alto gether the finest spectacle of j ib lot nincompoops that has ever yet been gotten together In this State outside the asylum and penitentiary, and their photographsshouldby all means be preserved, alter the lobby shall 18 JUST AS COODFOn ADULTS. have finished with them, as curios WARRANTED. PRICE DO OALATT1. IU4., Nor. IS, ISM. for posterity nnd an impiesslve warnrwuuiicinro.,st.uiii.,Mo. ml bbUlet et ing to the U laat year, We tlentlemem youth ol a generation yet rABSaUemi CIIIU. TONIO enj hata OHOVB'B bought tor., arou already tbla year. In all gar ax unborn. pertooee ot It yeare. In tbe dro buelneet. aava eva eucli uulv.real haver kI4 an artiele that Your, truly With the mugs of monkeys, the u igu Tonto. biains of bullbats, the bray of jack asses and the principle of professional l'or sale by Williams St Dell. CHILL TDNIC ctt. TASTELESS "Some very artistic fresco work hu just been done on the interior of - ., Judge. Harap Rollins,, .who was again ory Turn. elected Justice of the Peace last week. The last is a copy of an inscripDr. Aittiur Duestrow, the St. Louis tion painted on a board which adorns millionaire wife and child murderer, a fence in Kent: "Notice; If any man's o woman's was hanged Tuesday week for the crime he committed three years ago. cows gets Into these here oats, his or On the 13th day of February 1894, her tall will be cut off, as the case while in a dtunken fit, Dr. Duestrow msy be." entered his handsome residence and The best regulator to regulate a shot to death his wife and child. The people, is Simmons Liver Regulator. crime was witnessed by a servant. It regulates the liver nnd the liver After the killing Duestrow surrenregulates the person. If the liver is dered himself to the authorities and repular then health is good, but If claimed that the killing was accidenis tal. He told many different stories sluggish or diseased then there Indigestion, as to how it happened. The people constant Biliousness, He tdache and all the disorders of the were enraged over the matter and deSimtermined that justice, should be done stomach that one hears ot. Try mons Liver Regulator and prove though he was a man of wealth. The fight to save Duestrow's life this. has been a notable one. The case is To say something is one thing, to the most celebrated on record of the prove it is another. We can't prove Missouri Crimmlnal Court. Four that Dr". Bell's is the best cough remedy on earth unless times it has been gone over. you will try It. If you do this and employed the finest array of don't agree with us you get your lawyers in the State. They summonmoney back from any druggist. For ed to their aid medical science and sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ttied to show, by minutely tracing the family history, that the prisoner An Atlanta Entorpriso of Groat was Insane. The stand taken was Merit. It affords us pleasure to call cspecx that he was a victim of hallucintory paranoia. Medical ex- ial attention to the advertisement of perts and lawyers wrangled for days the "Mother's Friend," appearing In s before wearied juries this issue. in The Bradfield Regulator Co., of Atover the scientific aspects of the case, and every Inch of ground, legal or lanta, Ga., have at great expense isscientific, was stubbornly ' fonght. sued a most attractive and meritorEloquence, skill, learning, wealth, ious book, which they mall free, conall were brought to the aid of Arthur taining information ot the greatest Duestrow. But his crime had so value and Importance to all ladies exwrought the public mind against him pecting to become mothers. That the "Mother's Friend" is a that all these have been of no avail and though possessed of a million remedy wonderful in its effects, and dollars, he has paid the penalty of relieves the expectant mother of incredible suffering and robs the final his crime. His property after death goes to hour of confinement of its dread, pain his sister, Hulda Duestrow. Since nnd terror, is fully attested by the exhis crime she has not only refused to perience of happy mothers all over go to sec him, but has refused to ad- this continent A perusal of the book will convince vance any money. Duestrow's attorneys have been able so far to spend any lady, and the use of "Mother's Friend" cause her become its enthuonly the interest, and not the principal of his estate, and may now find it siastic friend, blessing the hour when first she heard1 ofit and was induced impossible to collect their fees. to use it. Send your name and address to The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga , and receive In return, free, this Di. Bell's Pire Tar Honey Is an Important addition to the list of the Somoof tho Pocullar Things excellent book, "To Expectant Mothers," containing information of value world's most valuable medicines. London PooploWant. Harmless in its nature, yet almost Into all ladles. fallible in its action, it is undoubtedly tothe most efficacious means known Curiously worded advertisements, Alarvrloua Itraulla. day ot cut lug coughs, colds and kin- which are funny without Intent, are From a letter written by Rev. J. dred diseases For sale by Z, Wayne common in London papers, it would Gunderman, of DImondale, Mich., we Griffin & Bro. seem. An English periodicald off- are peemitted to make this extract: Llrclrlo ISItft-ra- . ered a prize for the best collection of "I have no hesitation in recommendElectric Bitters is a medicine suited such announcements, and the follow- ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as for any season, but perhaps more ing is the sesult: the results were almost marvelous in generally needed, when the languid Wanted Good boys for punchin g," the case of my wife. Whill I was feeling prevails, when the exhausted "Respectable widow wants washing pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives ljver is torpid and sluggish and the Junction she was brought down with need of a tonic and alterative Is felt. for Tuesday." "Wanted Experienced nnrse for Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. A prompt use of this medicine has paroxysms of coughing Terrible often averted long and perhaps fatal bottled baby." would last hours with little interrupbilious fevers. No medicine vtill act "A boy who can open oysters with tion and it seemed as if she could not more surely in coudteracting and reference." survive them. A friend recommendfreeing the system from the malarial "Wanted An organist and a boy ed Dr. King's New Discovery; was poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con- to blow the same." ' " quick in its work and highly satisfacstipation. Dizziness yield to Electric "Bull Dog for Sale Will eat any. tory in results." Trial bottles free at Bitters. 50c. and $:,oo per bottle at thing, very fond of children " Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Reg. Williams & Bell's Drug Store. "Furnished apartments, suitable ular size 50c. aud $r.oo. Everybody has a cold sometimes for gentlemau with folding doors," your turn will come. Keep a bottle "Wanted A boy to bs partly out- Tho Prosldont's Dally Routlno of Dr. Bell's Pire Tar Honey at hand side aud partly behind the counter." Harrison has written and be prepared for ami emergency. "For Sale A piano forte tho prop- of' A Day With tbe President at His This famous remedy will cure a cola before it gets fairly started or after it erty of n musician with curved legs." Desk,, for the March Ladies, Home has ettlud. The sooner you take it "Widow in comfortable circum- Journal. The article is said to be sintbe sooner you get well. For sale by stances wishes to marry two sons." gularly interesting In the detail with Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. "Wanted; For the summer, n cottage which it describes the wearisome - - - Ex State Senator Carroll, heretofore for n small family with good drain- routine of the President It Is said a lending free silyer pollticjnu of the age." ' tint General H irrlson, in this ai Hole, blue grtss section, has conic out in an "Annual Sale Nop On; Don't go has delivered himself with great Interview and says he has changed elsewhere to be cheated: come iu directness nnd vigor, relative to the his views, and will hereafter favor n here." aouoyance that are visited upon a He qualifies it by "A lady wants to sell her piano, as Chief Executive by persistent protective tariff. and he suggests a unique saying he is satisfied that protection she is going abtoad in n strong s is a good thing for fanners, he wants frame." plan, by which tbe President's After the in that dltectlon could be greatly 'Wanted; A room by two gentlefarm products protected. half dose of Republicanism begins to men about thirty leet long and twen- lightened, and he beeuabled to devote more attention to more important get its work in with him, he will be- ty feet broad," "Wanted; By respectable girl her matters. A feature ot the article that gin to have patriotic vision, and see his way clear to take the balance of passage to New York; willing to take will have a timely interest to those ambitious to serve the country under the dose and become n full fleged Re- care of children and a good sailor." "Lost; A collie dog by a man on the Incniulnir aduilnstratlon. describes publican, financier aud tariff question He will also understand Saturday answering to Jim, with a verv fully how the President makes altogether ujy mm that tbe farmer not only needs pro- brass collaratound his neck aud muz- apjouiimenis 10 ouicc. the President at His Desk" is unique tection, but that directly or indirect- -' zle." "To be disposed of, a small phae- in being the first time that the dally ly. he always gets the benefits of a protective tariff, because it makes ton, the property ot n gentleman with life of tbe President has been desa moveable headpiece as good as cribed by one who has filled the exfewer farmers and more hone conalted office. Articles upon the social of the farmer's products, sumers Let new." "Lost; Near Highgate Archway, and domestic life ot the President by others follow him, while the doors an umbrella belonging to a gentle- General Harrison will follow In sucare open. man with n bent rib and a bone han- cessive issues ol the Journal. getiQiitri tho lnsan- -' IDodgggjodt.Ey- ey Dne-stro- w , sub-acut- e court-room- In the room of the National Museum devoted to Materia Medica there has been placed a series of preparations which attract a very great deal of interest from those who stop to read the printed notices. It illustrates very clearly the analytical and scientific tendencies of the .present .age. - 1 man is five feet eight inches high, and weighs one hundred und r pounds. Scientists determined to analyze all parts of the human body, find out what were its constituent elements and how much of each was present. They have finally demonstrated thnt the following elements are present: Gases, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, chlorine and fluorine. Solids, Metal, iron, potassium, calcium, sodium and magnesium, Solids, carbon, phosphorous and sulphur. In this exhibit these thirteen elements Are shown in glass jars arranged In a row upon a shelf, each jar bearing a label containing a statement of the name of the element, and amount of the same to be found in an average human body. For the gases, of course, only a proportionate amount of the elements is shown, for example, of oxygen. The amount of carbon is represented by a cube about 8 inches square; calctum by a cube 4 in. square; and sulphur by a piece about the size of a hen's egg. In ajar of water are to be seen about twenty sticks ol phosphorous a half inch in diameter, and three inches long. They are kept under water to prevent their igniting, as this element very easily takes fire when exposed to the air an ordinary rage fifty-foU- Sottth.nt HoU amlllifV. eontalntof t. ulitcd an Prolidase, baa ptwl In eeanlrlea wbr. Llr.r DLeattt matt prevail It will cura all )! eaua a 0raai-m.u- t at tha l.lftr anil Dow. It. Tti. SYMPTOMS et LU.r Conslabit ar a bitter or US tana la th. month Pain In tha Data, SWl or tolnta, oft.n ml.taaaa for llbta-matltSour St.mtch) Lou ol ApB.tltti naadaeh.: Ilow.la alt.rnattlr coatlv. and Lo ot Mttnorr, with a palaritl Mnaation el kavlnr fall.4 to do ..mathlng which oaght to donti Dtallltyt La Splrlta, a tlilck har. a at J ytllow appaarast. ol th. Skin and Coura ortan xnlitakan for Can.umptlon. Sora.tluM raajir ot thai, vyniptama (ttead tho dlte.se, at ofti.ra vtrr fewi bat tho Liter arid II not u ceo. rally tha teat ot tVo diuate, wreloaea-usjaa- S Koiulated In time, irraat aoBerlnj, DUATII will eattia. The iailowln(klahly eitetra.ap.rtoatati.il la in. virraaa at imsi.ni I.lT.r R.gulatori Oen. w. 8. Holt, Pr.a. Oa. 8. W. 11. R. Co.J K.r. J. K. Peld.r, I'.frr, Oa. Col. B K. Snarie, Al. Wy,(;. C MaIarion,Btq . Sh.rlfl Dibit Co., Oai Hon. Al. lander 11. St.ph.nl. -we nave letiea iib Tiriuai, pertormuy, iwiu know that for Dytptpila, Blliouiceia and ThrobklniC Headache It ft the best nedialno tha world aver taw. Wa trie, forty other reaiedlet before Sluimont Liver Regulator, kut none Rate at moro than temporary rail.!; bnt tho Hesu-latnot only tailored, but cured til" ED. PURELY VKGKTAIIMI. iaaii., ti. bn Br, TIIXORAPII AND MattcMOXR, Macon, Oa, MaNUrACTURED O.t LV BT J. tl. 2GIUN St CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PHUFE881UNAL OARD. 0"a,m.es JTTBBiY T fiW f square. M. h. irAirrroju). u.Tt. Will practico his profession la Ohio and adjoining counties, and conrt of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Offico east sldo of puVX Heavrin. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. & TAVLl Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law BeavebDam, Ky. Perry Wcstorfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartfobd, Ky. Attorney Will nractico Inn nrnfoiuinn In all HARTFORD, Law, atKY., (1. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties varerut attention will bo given to a business mitriintpd In h!a ran rvi lections a specialty. Offico over Ohio County Rank. Also Notary Publis. (UMinty .dMoniey) Attorney at JC&W, Will practice his profession in tie Courts ot Ohio and adjoining' conn-tic- s. Special attention given to Office in Courthouse. HARTFORD, KY. summer temperature. The potassium and sodium are preserved under naphtha for the same reason. If either one of these elements should come into contact with water they would Instantly take fire, so great is the affinity for these two elements when iu their pure state for the oxygen contained in the water. The Iron is represented by a few pieces of wire in a small phial. The following table ts given to show the amount of each element in pounds and fractions to be found in a human being weing 154 pounds: Oxygen 97.20 Carbon Attorney atKY7 Law HARTFORD, also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,te &.., making JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney at Law Ky. Harmoud, R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, FUNNY "ADS." Hydrogen Nitrogen Calcium Will practice his profession in all tire Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties 31.10 Collections carefully and promptly at15.20 tended to. Office with T. J. Swita & Co., Market Street. 3 80 3 80 1.75 25 22 22 18 16 Phosphorous Chlorine Attorney at Lavr, Hmrcpokd, Ky., Will practico and adjoining tention given lo his care. building. his professiam is Okie counties. Special atto all business entcMteil OIIco in EnrUiSatAir J.B. VICKERS, Fluorine Sulphur Potassium Sodium Magnesium n 01 154. Iron Republican Tho and Louisville Commercial both one year Attorney at ,aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice ia all the Courts of Okie and Htljoiniug counties, roseata! attention given to collection. OHce witli County Attornoy. ARMISTEAD JONB8, for $1.25. The and the Semi-weekl- y Republican St. Louis Globe-Democrat Beware Of Mercury! j one year for $1.75. XOTIUS. - office-seeker- bur-dej- Wanted-t- a Frotaot your Ideaei they may bring fou w.aiui. Writ JOim WKUDEitUUItN OO K.Kinl altar. D.yi. Wublatton, 1). v., tut th.lr I.SJ0 prlia offar ao4 Uit v( tao kitsdraj UTMIIona waatsj. idea SSSaSl curial treatment GOING WRST, of the doctors at-wav An No. 201 a 7 17 a. ni, mnft Fast Mall No. 221 a is 25 p. tu. harm than good. Beware of mercury Mall dle " Books on the disease and it treat- Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. Remember we do the very best Job ment mailed free to any address by Mr Brown, furrier, begs to anII Miirrick, Act. nounce that he will make up gowns, punting at the lowest living prices. Swift bpeciUc Co.. Atlauta, Ga. 1 I wakt every nan and woman In tko Unllot Mr. Henry Roth, of 1848 Bouth 9th fititel Interotled In the Opium and Wbltkjr nave one was glveo the usuU nauui toAil.lreil 11. or my vooae on locio Oa., Street, St. LouU, Id. Woollej, mercurial treatment for contagious Box tn, and one trill ba lent vonAtlanta, Int. blood poison, lie wu twice pronounced cured, but the dlieaae relumed each t I.uala llirtl. time, he was seized with rheumatic .OHlavllU.IIenU.rae-u.tn-KKrvt nay wu' m palm, and red lumps and ore cor- No, 41. No. 43. crou ui isiiuj. ialfy daily West bowrd "I was in a horrible fix" he L Louisville . . . 7 55 n m 6 j pui 7 55 iajf , "and the I. Diandenbure; . . 9 8 20 more treat- L Irvinjjtoti . . 9 40 receivment I 8 5I I. Stepbenpott . . 10 26 ed, the worse I L Cloverport . . 10 47 91 seemed to get. L Hanesvllle . . 944 it ia A New York apecUlitt said L Oweuiboio . . is 15 p 01104! 1,5 b could curt Ar Iltndetsoat . . Ni. 44. No 4me, but his dsfly dally Hast treatment did me no irood h Hennoreoa . . . 7' ao a w 3 55 p m I was stiff and full of 1, Omwkbwo . . . 8 zt whatever. 3 95 useleaa so I, UawteviU . . . 9 arm 4 SI fiains,I my left ai was unable to do even the I Clovoa-pca- t 517 95 lightest work. Tula w my condition LSttpaaapott . . 10 11 SXL when I began to take 8. B. 8., and a. 6 li to 51 few bottles convinced me that I was I, Irvineton 6 J3 I contlnnad the L Dpandoabirg . 11 i3 being benefitted. . is 45 medicine, and one doxen bottles cured Ar LcuU-Uef :m I ?t sound and well. My system was me under tbe effects of mercury, and I TIME TAULK I. V. II. It. IIBAVIIIt would soon have been a complete UT, HA wreck bnt for 8. 8. 8." GOINO KAST. 8. 8. 8., (puoranfMd purely ttgtwbU) Local Freight No. 391 a 6 00 a. ni. Is the only cure No. 212 a 1 02 p. m. for real blood disMall mereases. The No. 202 a 7 25 p. tn. Fast Mall JtttL "Si - bod vu ... ... e -- sss Ai6s Aargarer hlall, HilO FALL I I AIlTFOrll), TSAOHM Khktuoky. pu-pu- ll. The VOL. IX. MARCH 20TH. Gov. Bradley Names Harmkd Republkm. OFFICIAL MJmmra .drjKwi.i. ASKtdararm.r i 11 l taaOVira. raTtf sail i, troarlal d i Mum. turn imi - r- -eav.fMbatlth.cl Jul aalflta and apeadiai tWy will (all roa or utarar SIM- OKI UVKR kiau- - torm bsgins August 31, 1800, at her home fur the reoeptiou of Special Thorough training. attention given to young pupils. Terms at usual. Your patronngo solicited. 5 Gm (MAN OF THE PARTY IN TSB FOURTH COKORESSIOKAL SISTRICT, HA11TFOBD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY pie patriots, thsMpyrotecnlc-perforra-In- g 2G, 1897. I NO. 31. Tba ChMp.it, Pur.it and Bnt Family M.dlclna In lha Warldl For DYSPEPSIA, CONST1PAT Ilea, miloaialtlekl. SILTC 1IR ADA af finfr.t.. CnUlt IT :.-n..Hlna r.-i - -- 1 i.7 -1; ,i ,. jj ni. nnnvaii.u i.pmr Of Iiranun.11, warranted a. I la cnatata ilntla partial llaucVKr, aojr atinaral aufeaaaM, bat la ''j." Baby Mine! iLiC ' Every mother feels an indescribable dread of the pain and danger attend ant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the that U as the Day of Jackson Waiting's Execution. Thoy Havo Just Thirty-Tw- o wratJH Moro Days to Broath tho Air of Earth. Frankfort, Ky. Feb. 16. Jackson nnd Walling, the murderers of Pearl Bryan, will get their just punishment at last. They mint die on the gallows, livery eflort to save their necks has been exausted and they arc its anticipation one of misery. suffering and danger of the ordeal make MOTHER'S is FRIEND the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suffering incident to maternity; this m b, trembling. The action of Gov. Bradley will give the two fiends what many persons think they should have had long since. Death warrants were issued this BOTTT.E at aUDnurBtorea, 91.00 PEn or sent tr mail on receipt of pilot. morning, nnd the final preparations BOOKS Containing Invalnabla Information of for the hanging of Jackson and Wallto all women, will be lent rcrr later I ntt to any addrtu, upon application, bj ing will commence nt once. It is unThe BUlOmLD BECCUTOB CO., itlaita, Ga. derstood Sheriff Plummer has already secured a gallows on which to jerk Louisville Dental Co. the two brutes to eternity. Judge DuRelle's response in the Jackson and Walling cases overruling the petition for a rehearing was mis laid In the court of appeals office. It is believed to have been stolen. Should it not be recovered another made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour arc obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. It is a blessing ta woman. copy will be furnished from Stenographer Brown's notes. Carroll Walcutt has been appointed special messenger to take the death warrant to Sheriff Plummer. doomed Gov. Bradley acted upon the case hour which is dreaded as woman's yesterday and the suspense is over for be has fixed March so, ns severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is re- the date of the two murderers' execu moved by its use. Those who use Hon. this remedy arc no longer deThe news was telegraphed at once spondent or gloomy; nervousness to the Newport jail, where Jackson nausea and other distressing conditions arc avoided, the system is and Walling were waiting in fear and to-d- ay Petsrbusters are dallv constructing tht most charming volume of per dlewi history that was ever perfected at tilt cost of an honest people nnd the everlasting shame of a great commonwealth. This moat wile brigade of Coxey catowalters, this of lawd er sweet galaxy of makers, this undlmmed conltellatlon of human evergreens Is a fitting finale fiasco ol Demto the fruzzle-edgeocracy's rule and damnation's ruin In Tennessee. They come as a feeble farewell finish to the inglorious reign of an Ignoble puty that Is dead with its own dastard doing and damned with its own debauchery, stuped in the blood of conscience and lost in a sea ol sin the last harsh note to break the sweet, enchanting spell of melody, the dying echo of a poor old played-ou- t song. Tbelr days kleptomania are nutuberod, supremacy fs their epoch ot fiim-fladone, their era of party boSslsin and election hoodlumlsm is one of the fast fading memories of n age, where political honesty was a thing unknown and public '"decency was allSU ntt. This thy know, and well dBtheykuow it. Yes, and they know more than this. They know that Tennessee today is as solidly and as salely Republican as hell Is Democratic; they know that If the. voice of the people as honesty expressed al the polls had prevailed in Tennessee their miserable body would be today made up of Republicans, honest men and intelligent and that Instead of a second class fiddler a first-clastatesman would occupy the executive office; they know that if justice had succeeded to her own two years ago It. Clay Evans would have been Governor of this proud State instead of the gory-grnnofbal-lot-box e ss DUESTROW JANGED. His Money Could Not Save Him From Merited Pun- caps, f tc, for ladlea out of their own si. In." "Go to Smith's for fresh Itrsy butter. Guaranteed to be strictly all OBJECT LESSON. The Chemical Composition of the Human Body. An Interesting wool." to exohauge a fine short horned piano, perfectly ge lie for an upright cow in good tune." "Stubbs & Tubbs, dealers in green hides, rags, scrap Iron, etc. Meals at all hours " "Reward; Of ten dollars will be paid for the arrest and detention of one of the most desirable residences in town. When last heard from was working on a steamboat in Alabama." "Get your meats nt the Snide House. Fresh steak and bash every r thirty days, made of the finest ted steal and warranted to last a lifetime." "Some very artistic fresco work has just been done on the interior of Jttre;Harap Rollins, .who was again elected Justice of the Peace last week. The last is a copy of an Inscrip"Wanted cor-ruj- ishment. Hanged at Noon Tuesday Week. Throo Years Ago In a Drunken Fit Ho Murdorod His Wifo and. Child. u and Instructive Exhibitln the National Museum. Trlod to goLPut'ori tho Insan-or- y Turn. Dr AithurDuestrow, the St. Louis millionaire wile and child murderer, was hanged Tuesday week for the crime he committed three years ago. On the 13th day of February irf94, while in a dtunken fit, Dr. Duestrow entered his handsome residence and shot to death his wife and child. The crime was witnessed by a servant. After the killing Duestrow surrendered himself to the authorities and claimed that the killing was accidental. He told many different stories as to how it happened. The people were enraged over the matter and determined that justice, should be done though he was a man of wealth. The fight to save Ducstrow's life has been a notable one. The case; is the most celebrated on record of the Missouri Crlmmlnal Court. Four times it has been gone over. employed the finest array of lawyers in the State. They summoned to their nld medical science and tried to show, by minutely tracing the family history, that the prisoner was Insane. The stand taken was that he was a victim of hallucintory paranoia. Medical experts and lawyers wrangled for days s in before wearied juries over the scientific aspects of the case, and every inch of ground, legal or scientific, was stubbornly ' fonght. Eloquence, skill, learning, wealth, all were brought to the aid of Arthur Dnestrow. But his crime had so wrought the public mind against him that all these have been of no avail and though possessed of a million dollar.", he has paid the penalty of .. his crime. His property after death goes to his sister, Hutda Duestrow. Since his crime she has not only refused to go to sec him, but has refused to advance any money. Duestiow's attorneys have been able so far to spend only the interest, and not the principal of his estate, and may now find it impossible to collect their fees. Due-strosub-acut- e court-room- In the room of the National Museum devoted to Materia Medica there has been placed a series of preparations which attract a very great deal of interest from those who stop to read the printed notices. It illustrates very clearly the analytical and scientific tendencies of the .present age. 1 he average- man is five feet eight 'inches high, and weighs one hundred and fifty-foh- r tion painted on a board which adorns pounds, . a fence in Kent: Scientists determined to analyze all "Notice; If any man's or woman's parts of the human body, find out cows gets into these here odts, his 01 what were its constituent elements her tail will be cut off, as the case and how much of each was present. may be." They have finally demonstrated that the following elements are presThe best regulator to regulate a ent: people, is Simmons Liver Regulator. Gases, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, It regulates the liver and the liver chlorine and fluorine. regulates the person If the liver is Solids, Metal, iron, potassium, calregular then health is good, but if cium, sodium and magnesium. sluggish or diseased then there is Solids, carbon, phosphorIndigestion, ous and sulphur. constant Biliousness, Heidache and all the disorders of the In this exhibit these thirteen elestomach that one hears ot. Try Sim- ments Are shown in glass jars armons Liver Regulator and prove ranged in a row upon a shelf, each -non-metal- Itaota and Herat ! South. it 1TotM.dc. baa ptatad In aenntrt.a whtr Llvar Dlteai.i moat prevail will ura all eau.ad r Derange-i- ut It ot the l.lTtr and Dow. I.. Tbe SYMPTOMS at LlT.r Coaplatet are a bitter or bad Lite la th monthj Tain la the Data, Sld.i or Joint, oflea mlil.Sm tor Rhea-m.tlisour gtemtth) Lou ot Apr. tit. Iloweie alternately ceetlve and lx Itaadaeho. Loaa ol Memorr, with a painful aeneetlon ot haTlnr failed ta do eomethlns which oai;ht to bar. been docei Dtellltyi Law Spirit, a thick yellow appearance 01 the Shin and Byte, a dry Coach often miitaaen for Ceneumptlon. Sometime many of thee aymptetaa (ttna the dlaease, at oniera Terr fewi bat the Lircit tf treserally the eeat af the riiteai, arid If not Kezalated In time, great eaflerlnx, wrethd aananS DI1A1II wlljeaiua. The rollawlnf alahiyeiteemed yertaaeatteit ta th Tlrruee f Simaiene l.W.r Regulator! Oen. W. 8. Holt, Pr.e. Oa S W. rt. R. Co.) R.t. J. H. Pelder, Perry, Qa. CoL E K. Ua. C Manterion, Kiq . Sheriff Blub Ca, Oat lion. Aleiauderll. fct.phena. "We have teeted It vlrtuat, cerionally, and know that for flrininilL nlliou.fi.ta and ThrobVInK Headache It It thebe.t ra.dlalno the world trtrMw We trie forty oth.rrtaiedlea beforeSlmmontLlverRegnlator.butnoeeKava at moro than temporary rellefi bnt the Kcgu-latnot only tellered, but cured ca" BO. eofltalnlBf which an PURIiLY VKGBTAW.K, t .,..j t)lt Sftr. AND MKllENOXIt, Macon, TELXORAPII ONLY Of UANUrACTURED Ua. i. II. ZCIUN CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PROFESSIONAL OARD. CTam.es .A.. Smith., (TTflfilY iiAnxronn, iiy. ("AW 7ill practice his profession la Ohio and niiioining counties, and conrt oi Appeals. Hpeclal attention given f collections. OlCco cast sido of pu VM square. M. L. HEAVRIN. HEAVRIN Attorneys at U&w HARTFORD, KY. SlIElDY TAVI.OR. & TAYLORF Attorney at Law Beaveb Dam, Ky. Perry Wcstorfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession In ell the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. . . . . ,j !.. B. H. WEDDING this. jar bearing A Hartford, Ky. poor old booze-fightin- Imbecile who OWENSBORO, KY. GoldCrouas ?5 to $7 Porcelain Crowrs 3 to 5 Best set ot teeth (no better made , no matter bow much you pay) . $t old fillings $1 up Stiver Oiling Palnlces extracting with Vitalized Teeth are ordered. ly located 4W.M.t. rUtrnctlttg, jvei tooth 75c 25c Air Rxtractlnc Iree when 50c Artificial Office permanent- I Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. Wanted-- An Proteftct lion TliliT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. CHR.NRY & CO . Toledo. O. We the undersigned, have known F. J Cheney for the last is years, and believe him perfectly honorable in alt business transactions and financially able (o airy out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Walding, Klnnan & 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. To euro I.xiiiflirna. A subscriber at Trenton, Ky.asks the tollowing: old horse that "I have a four-yegoes lame periodically; can detect no tender or heated spot about body or limbs; no swelling After traveling a mile or two the lameness almost disappears. What is the remedy?" It is impossible to diagnose the trouble with certainty on this meager description. Indeed n personal examination would be necessary to accuracy. The symptoms given indicate what is known as "Navicular diseases," (sometimes called grogglness) An inflamatlon of the Navicular bone or of the cartllege on its inferior surface. It is probably one of the most fertile causes of lamencs, and also the most difficult to treat or control. Concussion and rheumetlc predisposition are said to be the chief causes of the disease, though improper shoeing may largely contribute. The remedy suggested is: Remove the shoe and allow the frog to come to the ground. Stand in cold water or apply cold, wet swabs for several II, hours daily. Poultice at night. after two or three weeks, the disease Is not conquered, blister the coronet slightly, and if this does not bring Some sellef relief, seton the frog. has been obtained by using a hoof ornament composed of equal parts of tar, Burbundy pitch nnd mutton suet. Farmer's Home Journal. ar wruDKnuun.N a corut tub ;. ftjamtattoo. r a for thtlr ll.J pri auot. offr u6 list of two Mcairfl"tnTiUoia nti. Writ your Id Mil thr Idea itht fgs& yt wutttu HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common water glass withutlne and let It stand twenty-lou- t lionrs; n sendiment of settling indicates a diseased condition ol the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is hadjust retired without credit and without honor; they know that had the Republican party been in power herehrough all these years Tennes see would now be enjoying the high-noo- n zenith if a rich prosperity, instead of being held up to the scorn and pity of the world by their own beloved chairman as the Torst governed State in the Union; they know too, that if the devil had his dues purgatory would this minute be crowded with Tennessee Democrats. All these things they know, and all these things the voters of this State know and this gang of political mountebanks arc right now enjoying the last spoils that will come down their side of the pike in Tennessee. Let them make the most of it, and let them understand that their jig is up, their goose is cooked, their cake is dough, and their coffin is ready to receive its worthless deposit of political stiffs, for when this poor session of the Legislature shall have been fritted away in their own artistic fashion they must go home and dis appear in the cornfields ol obscurity forever, to seek iu vain the fleeting shadow of their lost consciences and murdered hopes. lican. Nashville Repub- To say something is one thing, to prove it is another. We can't prove is the that Dir. Bell's best cough remedy ou earth unless you will try it. If you do this and don't agree with us you get yonr mc ney back from any druggist, For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ey An Atlanta Entorprlso of Groat Merit. positive evidence ot kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ote out of order. WHAT TO DO. FUNNY "ADS." Everybody has a cold sometimes your turn will come Keep a bottle of Dr. Bell's Plre Tar Honey at hand Most druggists sell you what you and be prepared for ami emergency. ask for. Some will ask you to take This fanlous remedy will cure a coin something which they claim Is "Just before it gets fairly started or after it as good." Some times a little more has kettlud. The soouer you take it profit induces them to do this Dr the soouer you get well. For Bale by is the best Z. Wayne Griffin St Oro. Bell's Pine cough, cold and grip cure. Alter you Ex State Senator Carroll, heretofore try it once you vill like it too well to accept any substitute. For sale by Z. a leading I re nilyer politician ol the Wayne Griffin & Uro blue grtss section, has come out in on interview unj says he has changed Tlmt liemorrnlio Majority. his views, und will hereafter favor a Of all the asslmlne forces yet con Ht qualifies it by jured up by politics and inspired by protective tariff. of hell we beg saying he is tatiafied that protection the working vinegar Is a good tiling for farmers, he wants to be commended to that maudlim After the aggregation ol fat headed freaks and far Ji products protected. half dose of Republicanism begins to fin peselcle bamboozlers knowu to betoolkiller as the Democratic majority get Its work in with him, he will gin to have patriotic vision, and see This ol the Tennessee Legislature. his way clear to take the balance of conglomorated iueuacrle ol the dos and become n full fleged Retougued, silence slaysilver ing, seraphic solons present, alto- publican, financier and tariff question He will also understand gether the fiueit spectacle of jib lot altogether nincompoops that has ever jet bem that the farmer not only needs progotten together in this State outside tection, but that directly or Indirect- -' the asylum and penitentiary, and y he always gets the benefits of a their photographs should by all means protective tariff, because it makes be preserved, alter the lobby shall fewer farmers and more hone conIS JU8TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. sumers of the farmer's products. Let WARRANTED. PRICE OO ots. have finished with them, as curios Oinm, nia. Not. 14, UM. for posterity and an impressive warn- others follow him, while the doors rMUUaic!Dara.,St.Ixml.,Ua. We eold Imi year, tCtt boulaa al ing to the youth ol a generation yet are open. tlentlemem OUOVK S TABT!.5ea CHILI. TONIC an4 have aruee already thta year, la all ear ax unborn. bouantUuee 14 Who can think yeare. Iii tba drug buelneee. har perienc of almpla Idea or aoma rjAtonll thlQ2 la With the mugs of monkeys, the Wanted-- An bav.r old an article thai vara eucn unlrereal talla Your, truly. tvMoa, aa your Toulo. tou itouwi your ia.ui m.r in.7 brains of bullbats, the bray ol jack wrlla juiin WKUuunuuun onovrai.aiwuiui Attoriw1 &.7L waablDglon, l. cjror lb.ir f l.autl pru oaor asses and the principle of professional For sale by Williams & Dell. auOUtt eC Iwg JuuulraJ laT.ullou. waiiUU. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, thereat kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relteving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary It corrects inability to hold mine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that un pleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and the is extrsordi nary effect of Swamp-Roo- t soon realized. It stands the highest tor its wonderful cuies of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention ThbHaktfobd Rbfuumcan address and send your full to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulnghamton, N. Y,- The proprietors of this paper post-offi- Di. Bell's Fire Tar Honey is an important addition to the list of the Somoof tho Peculiar Things world's most valuable medicines. London Pooplo Want. Harmless in its nature, yet almost infallible in its action, it isundoubtedly the most efficacious means known toCuriously worded advertisements, day ot cunng coughs, colds and kin- which are tunny without intent, are dred diseases For Bale by Z. Wayne common in London papers, it would Griffin & Bro. seem. An English perlodicald offl'.lrclrlo lllltrra. ered a prize for the best collection of Electric Bitters Is a medicine suited such announcements, and the followfor any season, but perhaps more ing is the sesult: generally needed, when the languid Wanted Good boysor punchln g," exhausted feeling prevails, when the "Respectable widow wants washing Is torpid and sluggish and the liver need of a tonic and alterative is felt for Tuesday." "Wanted Experienced nurse for A prompt use of this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bottled baby." bilious fevers. No medlclue will act "A boy who can open oysters with more Burely in coudteractlng and reference." freeing the system from the malarial "Wanted An organist and n boy poison. Headache, Indigestion, Conto blow the Baiue." " stipation. Dizziness yield to Electric "Bull Dog for Sale Will eat anyBitters. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at thing, very fond of children " Williams & Dell's Drug Store. It affords us pleasure to call especial attention to the advertisement of the "Mother's Friend," appearing In this issue. The Bradficld Regulator Co., of Ga., have at great expense issued a most attractive and meritorious book, which they mail free, containing information ot the greatest summer temperature. value and Importance to all ladies exThe potassium and sodium are prepecting to become mothers. served under naphtha for the same That the "Mother's Friend" Is a reason. If either one of these eleremedy wonderful in its effects, and ments should come into contact with relieves the expectant mother of in- water they would Instantly take fire, credible suffering and robs the final so great is the affinity for these two hour of confinement of its dread, pain elements when in their pure state for and terror, is fully attested by the ex- the oxygen contained in the water. perience of happy mothers all over The Iron is represented by a few this continent. pieces of wire in a small phial. A perusal of the book will convince The following table is given to any lady, and the use of "Mother's show the amount of each clement in Friend" cause her become its enthu- pounds and fractions to be found in a siastic friend, blessing the hour when human being weing 154 pounds: first she heaul of it and was induced Oxygen 97.20 to use it. Carbon 31.10 Send your name and address to The Hydrogen. 15.20 Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Nitrogen 2 So Ga , and receive in return, free, this Calcium 3 80 excellent book, "To Expectant Moth- Phosphorous 1.75 ers," containing information of value Chlorine 25 to all ladles. 22 Fluorine 22 Sulphur At-lart- a, label containing a statement of the name of the element, and amount of the same to be found in an average human body. For the gases, of course, only a proportionat'; amount of the elements is shown, for example, of oxygen. The amount of carbon is represented by a cube about 8 inches square; calctum by a cube 4 In. square; and sulphur by a piece about the size of a hen's egg. In a jar of water are to be seen about twenty sticks of phosphorous a half inch in diameter, and three inches long. They arc kept under water to prevent their igniting, as this element very easily takes fire when exposed to the air an ordinary Attorney courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to n business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Publi. Will practice lus profession in all th HARTFORD, atKY.Law, 353. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice Lis profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining" conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. AH orney at JC&w, 3. JST&SJSlJLm, (Cminfy Attorney) Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to making &., also Notary Pubiio for Ohio County. Office North sido of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, Habtfoud, Ky. Will practice his profession in all fko Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Seuitn & Co., Market tjlreet. Attorney at aw K. E. LEE SIMMEItMAN, Attorney at Law, J. B. VTCKERS, "Furnished apartments, Slnrvr-lonlieatilt. Potassium From a letter written by Rev. J. Sodium Guuderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we Magnesium are peemltted to make this extract: Iron "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous In the case of my wife. Whill I was pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. paroxysms of coughing Terrible would last. hours with little interruption nnd it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; was quick in its work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles free at Williams & Dell's Drug Store. Regsuitable ular size 50c. and $t.oo. 01 154. HatricroRD, Ky., Will practice bis proie&sisa in Okl 18 and adjoining counties. Special at16 tention given to all business entcMted Olico in SBrUaatvAV 11 to his care. building. The Republican and Louisville Commercial both one year for S1.25. HARTFORD, KY.. Win practice ia all the Courts oi Okl Attorney at law ARMISTEAD JONBS, nnd adjoining counties. Hsesuil attention given to sollectiois. Oflc with County Attorney. The and Semi-weekl- y guarantee the genuineness of this 27-iy- of-le- y for gentleman with folding doors." "Wanted A boy to be partly outside and partly behind the counter." "For Sale A piano forte the prop erty of n musician with carved legs." "Widow in comfortable circumstances wishes to marry two sons." "Wanted; For the summer, a cottage fora small family with good drain- teare Republican the St. Louis Globe-Democrat one year for $1.75. I WAirr every man and woman la t ITnlfct State Interacted In the Opium and Wbleky baliiU to bav on of mv book, on theia die-at11. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ua.. AdUrei Sox 881. and ouo will be tent you tree. Lolavlll,IIaiiderKai Vo' In Mrra Jeiiee 1. No. 43. No. 41. .1 HI CHILL TONIC TASTELESS sweet-scente- d, Harrisou has written of ' A Day With the President at His Desk,, for the March Ladles, Home Journal. The article Is said to be Interesting in the detail with which It describes the wearisome routine of the President It is said age." ' tint General Hirrlson, iu thlsatuVle. "Annual Sale Now Ql Don't go lias delivered himself with great elsewhere to be cheated; come in directness and vigor, relative to the aouoyance that are visited upon a here." "A lady wants to sell her piano, as Chief Executive by persistent and he suggests a unique she is going obioad in a strong s plan, by which the President's frame." 'Wanted; A room by two gentlein that ditectlon could be greatly men about thirty feet Jong and twen- lightened, and he beeuabjed to devote ty feet broad." more attention to more important "Wanted; By respectable girl her matters. A feature of the article that passage to New York; willing to take will have a timely interest to those care of children and a good sailor." ambitious to serve the country under "Lost; A collie dog by a man on ' the inconiint' ndmlnstratlon. describes Saturday answering to Jim, with a veri- - fully how the Presldeut makes . c- n1... ... brass collaraiound his neck and muz- apoiiunicDia- iu uuile. ItA Tl.. IVI1 zle." the Piesldent at His Desk" is unique "To be disposed of, a small phae- in being the first time that the daily d ton, the property ol a gentleman wit& life of the President has been by one who has filled the exa moveable headpiece as good as alted office. Articles upon the social new." "Lost; Near Ulghgate Archway, and domestic life ot the President by an umbrella belonging' to a gentle- Gsneral Harrisou will follow In sucman with a bent rib aud a bone ban-di- e cessive Issues ol the Journal. y office-icekerbur-deaI .- Tho ProBldont'a Dally Routlno Of Mercury! Mr. Henry Roth, of 148 South 9th Street, St. Louis, was given the usual mercurial treatment tor contagious blood poison. He was twlse pronounc-e- d cured, bat the disease returned each time, he was seized with rheumatic pains, and red lumps and aorea cor- crou Mia wu, "I was In a horrible fix" he Ktrrius. I.ola lla.l-wa- y laity dally West boaird L Louisville . . . 7 55 a in 6 3 pm 7 55 aayi, "and the L IJiandctibutt . . 9 8 20 more treat- I. Irvinjrtotl . .9 4D Jgysv v") ment I receiv8 51 . .io I. Stephenpott ed, the worse I L Cloverport . . 10 47 91 to get. seemed . . n 12 944 A New York L Hanasville . . 12 p uno 4I Owefltboro 15 apoclalitt said L 11 Si 15 Ar Handettoa . . h could cure No. 41, No 42. me, but hi dsily daily Bast treatment did me no crood L Hennawoa . . . ao a ni 2 55 p w f waa allff anil full of I, Omatbtio . . . 8 Z6 3 95 pains, ray left anu was useless so I, UaTfesviH . . . 9 2i 4 S3 was unable to do even the I. Ctowpoit . . . that I 5 17 95 lightest work. This was my condition L . . to 11 5JS when I began to take 8. b. 8., and a o 10 5 few bottles convinced me that I was I. Irvltitton 635 I continued the I. Dmndonhursr .1118 belnr benefitted. medicine, and one dozen bottles cured Ar ZttitrUle . 12 45 p m roe sound and well. My system was under tbe effects of mercury, and I TIMK TAUI.I1 I. I). II. It. IIBAVUU would soon hare been a complete DA KY. wreck bnt for 8. 8. 8." aoma hast. 8. 8. 8., iguarcmUtd pwety vtQ stable) Local Freight No. 29 a 6 00 a. m. IS lue oniy euro No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. for real blood dis Mail eases. The merNo. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Post Mail 1 bod A Mf,i.vf 9tfnpott... curial treatment of the doctors al- - " Mr Brown, furrier, begs to announce that he will make up gowns, Remember we do the very best Job punting at the lowest living prices, harm than good. Beware of mercuryl Books on the disease and Its treatment mailed free to any address by Swift Sreflc Co., Atlanta, Ga. && QOINO WKST Past Mall No. 201 a 7 17 a m No. 221 a 12 25 p. iu. Mall Local Freight No. agi a 3 25 p. tu. II MliRRICK. Act, gj wmmm$mfam&m gri fP MM Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, l'RDRUARY at, 1897- .- Of floo on Pox Street. laanol I'terjr Prliltiy nt llnrtroiil, ICj, SAM A. ANDERSON -- Editor. Subscription, $1.26 por yonr at Hartford Kntered nt the ns second class mail matter. post-office REPULIOAN TICKET. EloctlonNov. 2, 1807. County Judge, Jos. A. Park. County Clerk, M. 8. England. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Ilcavrin. ShcriiT, 8. T. Slovens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxloy. Announcements Democratic Ticket We are authorized to announce EU H. BROWN As a candidate for Circuit Judge ol the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action o( the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. T. OWBN as CirAs a candidate ior cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Commonwealth's Attorney. for Comity Attorney We are authorized to announce J. B. VICKERS As'a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce F. L. FELIX As a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. "All's well that ends well." This true in politics, although some politicians would try to prove to the contrary. Statements are sometimes is also THE TICKET. made with more regard for effect than veracity. The intelligent citizen is never deceived by any statements that bear faleehood on their faces. It is better in the long rua to tell tho truth, and along this line we want to say a few words in regard to the Republican ticket recently nominated in Ohio county. The ticket is one which can afford to have the truth told about; it is a ticket that can stand unharmed by any kind of criticism. Esqr. Jas. A. Park, tho candidate for County Judge, lives on his farm, about six miles north of Hartford, and is an intelligent gentleman and was several years ago a member of tho Fiscal Court of Ohio county. He is a man in which his homo people place confidence, nnd has a wide circle of friends nnd relatives throughout tho county. Mr. M, S. Ragland, the candidate e for County clerk, hails from tho where he has lived alprecinct, most all of his life. Ho has been enRo-sin- merchandising and nt both ho has always been found to be honest, upright and obliging to everybody who has had dealings with him. He is very popular, not only with his home people, but all over the county. For Circuit Clerk Sam A. Ander-so- n He is a is before the people. young man who has worked bis way along in life. He was born and reared on n farm and nt the nge of about sixteen ho entered n printing office, since which timo he has been connect ed with both the Hartford papers and for tho past two years has been proprietor of the Haktfouu Mr, M. L. Hcavriu, who was chosen to make tho race for County Attorney, passod his boyhood days upon a farm, where ho learned how to work which lesson ho has never forgotten. Ho is a good lawyer and is full of energy and his friends are numbered by the score. He is n worthy young gentleman and will make tho peopion good official if elected. Mr, Fon Rogers, tho candidate fur School Superintendent, was reared on n farm betwea Beaver Dam and Cromwell, and grew to manhood with a determination to get an education and to do tho best he could lor tho He is thorcduoational interests. oughly embued with hU calling as a teacher and has been teaching successfully for several yoars. Mr. S. T. Stevens lor Sheriff ootues from Cromwell prcclnot, mid la a farmer. When Sheriff Keown Was into olllco ho choso Tim Stevens as Deputy, since whioh time he has been performing his duties lo "tho entire satisfaction of his chief and the people with whom he his Ho is well qualified to fill dealing. the office and will make a good of ficer should the people choose him. Upon the death of Mr. Juo. W, Black.who was elided Juiler in 189 J, Judgo Mortou very wisoly appointed gaged in farming and Rei-uiiuca- Clint G. Ford was born in Hartford and his father, Col. Josh Ford, is well known by our older people; he was associated with Dr. Coleman as publisher of the Green River Baptist. After leaving Hartford Col. Ford went to Owcnsboro with his family where young Ford first took up his present occupation. He had his ambition aroused by plxylrg in a church conccrt.and from that he studied hard and at an early age went on the stage in earnest. Ills father had moved to Lacon, III., nnd from that place he made his debut into the theatrical world in 1832, starting with his own company, but he landed at Dwight, III., with more experience than money, but he was full ol pluck nnd energy and with a determination to succeed he went to Chicago where he Wrm an insatiable desire for office was engaged by the leading paper , regardless of principles, the men who there to write up theatrical perfrom-anceand in this way he became acof mixcompose tbo conglomeration tures of various sorts, parading under quainted with the best actors who entho name of Democrat, are now visited that city. He enteted an gagement with "Lyceum Stock Co." each other in a ferocious at fighting for n season. and he played with such tempt to swallow the Populist party well known persons ns Buffalo Bill, whole soul and of Ohio county Donnel , McKay and Texas Jack. "britches.'' The Republicans are During his stay in Chicago he played sitting contently by nnd watching tho with Jo Jefferson, Clara Morris, and fur fly. Some, the best clement of during his stage career he has played tho Democratic party, and the masses with most all of the celebrated actors of the Populist party, aro opposed to in the United States. He closed the fu3ion in every shape, form or fash- season at Chicago and then played ion, preferring to be defeated rather Comedy with Florence Herbert, nnd than to compromise their principles was then engaged with the Wallace for the sako of giving a few hungry Sisters and made a tour of the coast men a chance to run for office. This and went to Australia with them. He organized Ford's Dramatic Co. is the condition of Democratic politiin Chicago in the veir i3$6and startcians in the county at present. ed for a Western trip, and was very Tug free silveritcs are loud in de- successful on the trip. White on this considerable nouncing the Sound Money men who trip he accumulated refused to follow Bryan and his mining stock and now is in posses crowd. They are fast driving tbem sion of stock in most nf the leading entirely out of the Democratic party. mines of the West, which are drawing Since that The Sound Money men of that party him good dividends. represent the best element of the western trip he has traveled nearly In the year men who have always voted that all over the couatry. ticket. It seems that the Sound 1887 he was especially engaged to go to England with Grace Hawthorne, Money Democrats are entitled to the English actress the celebrated dovice, which Las heretofore belonged When he returned from this trip he to the Democrats. again organized Ford's Dramatic Co., around and started from New York City with bosses Tnfi Democratic Hartford get off into squads and great success, since wlch time he has boast of how they have hoodwinked been constantly on the road, playing select audiences in the large cities the Populiats by giving them a few to occasionally taking trips to offices for their principles which and little He has been very country towns. they have been fighting for so long. successful in his career and has plenOne Democrat was heard to remark ty of this world's foods about him to the other day tbat they had bought give him a comfortable living. tho Populists for a few offices. GenHartford is proud to have once been tlemen, of tbo Populist party, how do the home of a man who has achieved Are you going to eell so much success in the theatrical yon like this? your principles so cheap? world, and to have gained a National fame in bis profession. His plays past Durino the heavy rains of the this week in Halt lord have been few days the people ot Kentucky, highly appreciated by our people. especially Eastern Kentucky, have suffered much from high waters. Aitulteranry ol the Order ol It. of I. Last Friday marked the anniverSomo lives have been lost and n great sary of the order of K. of P., nnd for done to property damago has been the benefit of our many readers we Rough along tho banks of rivers. below publish infotmation concerning River is now on a boom, being higher the origin of the order: than it has beon for several years. The Order of Knights of Pythias possesses just claims to be ranked as Major P. P- Johnson, one of the foremost of the several Silver Campaign Combenevolent institutions whose comWashington in mittee, has gone to mon object is the elevation and adVerily, vancement ol the interests of brothertho interest of protection. tho Democratic party is getting rignt hood, and benefit to-common huand is getting onto the old ship of manity, through unity of effort well - bis son, Thos. II. Blaok, Jailer to fill out the unexpired term, nnd lit i ow a candidate to suoeetd his father. Upon tho death of his father ho has to tako care of his mother and Htllo brothers and sisters. Ho is an upright, honornblo young man and is worthy tho support of tho people. For Assessor, Magau precinct is woll represented In tho person of Mr. G. D. Royal. Davis, as ho is goue- rnlly called, is n young man, full of enprgy, go along, and Is Ho was a hustler from nwny back. defeated for tho nomination in 1804 by n small vote, and tho vote he in the recont ronvention thoroughly tested bis popularity in Ohio county. Ho is n deserving young man and will make a good official if elected. For Surveyor Shrove precinct comes up with the candidato in the person of Mr. Nathaniel Moxley, an old an experienced He Surveyor. is engaged in farming nnd Surveying which occupations ho has been following for n number of years. When Q. (j. Westcrficld left Ohio county he was Coroner and to fill the vacancy Judgo Morton , appointed Mr. L. W. Hunt, of the Sulphur Springs precinct. He only served n short time and is now a candidate to succeed himself. Nearly everybody knows Luke Hunt, and know him to be a perfect gentleman without a blemish upon his chnraeter. From end to end the ticket is a good one and one we believe will win in tho November election. It is worthy the enthusiastic support of overy Republican and can but be admired by men of all parties. CLINT G.FORD. SomothlngAbout This Popular Theatrical Manager and Actor. that he might bid a last farewell to tlnte he loved. The denial ot this request wag followed by the most striking exemplification of pure friendship that has ever Illuminated the pages ol history. Pj filns oflen d himself as n hostage for Damon while he should visit his wife and child once more belorc his execution. The chains were taken Irom the limbs ol Dumon nnd placed upon those of Pythias Damon was soon at his home; he bade his weeping wife nnd little one n tender nnd affectionate farewell, nnd called for his horse, In order to return in time to redeem his pledge to Pj thlas. He finds that his horse lias been killed by his servant In order to prevent his return, but he secures nuother horse and hastens to Syracuse. In the meantime Pythias has Pcen tempted to escape the doom which seems to threaten hitu; but no; he Insists upon the terms ol the hostage being carried out to the Utter. He exclaims: "It is sweet lo die lor those we love." The time is fust passing and still Damon does not ap pear. The block is elected, the crowds nre gathered iu the squat e, the luneral procession is formed, and Pj thlas is led forth to seal his friendship with his blood Does he shrink? No. Does he falter? No With soldiery courage and Irou nerve he wends his way, cheerfully to die lor his friend. Iu that nwful moment the clatter of a horse's hoofs is heard in the distance, and soon Damon falls exhausted at the fee.of his lriend. This display of manhood and true courage led captive the hetiitof the tyrant, who, remitting thedeath sentence of Damon, sought admission to tin WIIIrou Inr Natrmnr. His irietids in Umlsville have already beituu to Inflate his boom for Governer In 1899. The Frankfort Capital pays I1I111 this tribute: "With-In-tli- c pent few wcks the tnlk about Mr WillHon has been tnking definite shape, nnd his high character nnd his superb ontory naturally commend him as a suitable candidate lo dov the shrewd polltcian, Sonst r Ooe'w I, ol Covington, who Is already rcttii. his pogn lor the Democratic nomination. Mr. Willson Is nmbltinu. and be Is one of the few Rrpub1ic.tni row In politics vuo it known nil over th" State, and who has been lor venrs h reentfiiiMd putty lender. ' It is too oooti, of course, to make any I0recn.1t ot thcsitunllun two jours hence, but lite race'lor the timiiimitinn will be made up during this Vur and the wotk of organizing will be vigorously pushed by the various cmdi" dates. Mr. Willson's fi lends eeni tn be the first to enter the field The other Republicans who are most talked of ns gubernatorhl timber arc John W Yerkes, Jude W H Holt and fudge Rollins Bum tin 11 rlwnril.Vlklti.nn'n.SlHll-lir-- . their friendship. This bright spot on the pages of the past was the corner stone upon which Brother Rathbone "bail Jed stronger than he knew." For years the fire burned low upon the altars of the young and struggling brotherhood; but in the present high noon, when from every hill top the shields of brave and gallant Knights make bright the day of promise, the Founder of the Order may rest assured that its ascendant star will neverwacc. Lincoln's Innugnrnttnn. The contrast in the condition of the country between the time of Lincoln's first inauguration nnd tbat of President-elect McKinley is said to be vividly portrayed iu an article by Stephen Flske for the March Ladles, Home Journal. In telling of "When Lincoln was First Inaugurated , Mr. Fiske graphically describes Mr. Washington, and the incidents of the-- inauguration and the attendant festivities. There were grave fears that Lincoln would be assassinated as he rode In the Inaugural procession to the Capitol, and every possible precaution was taken for his safety. Mr. Ffske will recall the safeguards placed around the President Special officers and detectives in citizens, clothes were stationed in numbers among the crowds that lined the sidewalks, and sharpshooters occupied positions of vantage on housetops, etc along the route of parade. The military escort of the President elect was heavily armed, ready to promptly meet any hostile demonstrations, and the crowds were kept a distance from the President's carriage so far tint they could not distinguish Mr. Lin.: coin from Mr. Buchanan, who rode beside him. The police wete instructed to arrest all persons making opprobrious threats against Mr. Lincoln, or uttering disloyal sentiments. Tbe tension was great and the whole country was iu a state of suppressed Ill 1895 tho traffic of tho Punsylva-ni- a Railroad had reached tho enormous volume ol 37,129,747 tons, hut I observe that while it was enabled to employ 873,000 operators in 1893, it had but 749,000 at work in 1895. You know, better than lean tell you, that it was poor liiHiiies that earned tbts nrmy of 124,000 men to bo no longer employed, nnd that It wns poor bmiufftj that caused n reduction rather than an advance of wage From Major McKiuley's speech to 'onnsy'vniila Railroad men, .September 12, 1890.. This is n coucrelc instance of the workings of partial Freo Trade. Mtjko worst ol it it that it is only one nmong hundreds of tho samokind. It illustrates, too, tho fact thnt tho blight nf Free Trade spares nobody. Mr. Edward Atkiuson, who, we understand, professes to be a statistician, ninrio the statement in tho course of the last campaign, that only G per cent, ot tho people of this country were benefited by tho Tnrid. Such a statement from a statistician called to our mind tho story of tbe man who said that there were three kinds of lies; firt, lies; second, damn lies; and third, statistic. This man was paobably thinking of such Btatistioins those which Mr. Atkinson puts forth. besides Mr. Other Atkinson have made equally almird statements. They have harped long ou one string. They have cried long and loudly that the Tariff help tho few and robs the many; that it has benefited only those engaged in manuAnd they have tragically facture. aiked if those few should prey upon seventy millininof consumers. and again they have been answered that every one ol those seventy millions, of consumers was also a producer, and that tbe prosperity of every oil isen of this great republic depeaded on the prosperity of every other oitizeu. But still they have gone on in the same old strain. In 1892, the shnrt sighted were deceived; but the actual e have proved workings of to thorn that there is not an American citizen who does not foe! (he evil cflecta of whether employe in a business which come into direct competition with foreign industries or not. Tho railioad men found it nut and were solid for McKinley nnd Protection. Economist Free-Traders A-aiFree-TradFree-Trade, Tn tmlntlry i Nrnlwl round money Democratic farmer, I ft .hi dv rate of fiee trade nrntarilT fur revenue only, ptiU Ibis question-MIn rmers who advocate sound money, but free trede or n tariff for revenue only, can see tbat theAmerl can mills and factories or industries may reed protection in infancy, but now in it poseltile that protection i needed by r ' tnb1llicd Industries? In Infancy die is In danger, but thete I, a ec.iti I ehildhood, nud the linn tt is in the l.i.iir is fi el S" it i" " "h the industries ol protect ion im the nation. I ptief. dnnti, mi .1 the (lengei tn the im'ti tiles t the danger cl leiry forcfrt t'T mf titi'nct lire ami sell t cofi 1 he rlMipt-- is proetent, not In infancy but uhiti ldlx.i Is the cheapest, or CMiijetltlou Is (tentrst, or when the number of factories nnd mills 'id the supplv of mentifsctmed rtlc!e ltlif Itrentt't and tbe demand is crushed or decictred Nt tbe same time, or when uveipibduction occurs nnd th mills and Isctorles become old estab lished Ifrllistrleu But Itlmii round money Democratic fanner h who tdvocntb Ire trade or n tar'iffor rtverue only, never lorgct that he ord all farrorsntein precisely the snme dauftr, or the danger of bcinsr forwd to wise corn, potatoes, utinp. tobacco, cottMi nnd all pro-I- t cts ol the Utm at cost The donticr is greatest not in infancy, but when they become old esteblished farmers, or in plin ImjuARc, when the number ol funns is greatest and the sup plj ef l.iim products is greatest, or when compel ion is greatest, or over pioductlon ociiis, or the demand for farm products is ctuahed nnd the supp'y incieesed at the same time to the littlest extent All agree that tho price ol farm products Is governed by the law of demand and supply. No firmer iu either paity can truthfully deny that the crush in the demand nnd the increase in the supply to the mllet.t extent forces the price to cost. 1 lie instant the old established industries are f.irced to sell at cost rulu follows Hundreds ol mills and factories are closed, which crushes the demand for hemp, tobacco nnd all product of the firm, since tens of thousands of worklngmen nre thrown cut of employment nnd reduced to want, nnd this heavily decrease the supply of money in netive circulation Nor is this nil As these worklngmen nre forced to work on the farm, the supply of farm products is increased to the fullest the price is necessarily tore-e- d to cost Thus thournnds of farmers aud mill and factory owners are ruined. Since 1S12 the protective tariff has been repealed four times and duties lor levenue only imposed, to wit! in 1816 1831. 1846 and 1892 The foreign, labor was the cheapest; this made competition the greatest, the supply of Mticles the greatest, and manufacturing at coat followed, nnd this forced our farmers to sell at cost until they were ruined. The protective duty was needed to protect both the farmer and the industries against this danger in 1816, 1832 and 1846 or in infancy. It was needed In 1891 not to protect the old established industries alone, butlhe fanners also, who advocated h "tariff (or levenue only." against the 'nngcr of being forced to raise and ll hemp tobacco and others pmdn-t- s of the Uira nt or below cost. Se? Consumkk, In Commercial. I'roK-rlloi- t A ays or MTWMt trial and test prore Inragardto Howfi Bariapwtll Merit 1st, GreatestCambtav a Btetired by peculiar tlon, rroporUon and to others unknown which naturally and actually produces rroeeis jjietr 2d, Greatest Cures by tboimandi ot honest,' whleh voluntary tesUmonlaU naturally and actually produce r 3d, Greatest Sales to the luitement ot druralsta all orer tha country. In these three points Ilood'a BanaparlUa Is peculiar to ltteli. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the v; bt It Is the Ona Tnio Blood runner. llOOUS PUIS mtlilloodtSatiapartlla. the only rills to take Ilerlprnclly ,1 Nrrrlly. The Inter Ocean volets thousands of patriots when It says reciprocity is Spcakir.g at length that a necessity . excitement. THIS AHD THAT. tho At tho point whoro Mississippi river flows out of Lako Itasca It is only ten feet wido and eighteen incbos doop. A three-poupotato and six llttlo potatoes attached to it, grown nt Council Bluffs; la., havo beon dubbed Iho Murphy family by tho owner. While attempting to chop somo wood in hla back yard, the secretary of a Toronto loan association allowed his ox to got foul of a clothes lino, and his head was split Instead of tho wood. of Mlschlovous schoolboys Mltcholl, Ind., distributed crackors, on which tbey had dropped a bit of Croton oil, among their fellows, and now threo of their victims aro so ill tbat His thought tho sickness may nd Just Rocolvod 75 excellent journal says: always a desirable "Reciprocity, concomitant of tat 1(1 legislation, is made n necessity by the projected action of Gerniiiiy, in which empire H double schedule, one fir goods imetwecn which ported from e limnr nnd Oermauy tlu ir arc commeiclal treaties ml agreements, the other for the world at large, is to be in force. In point of fact, Germany has stolen or borrowed the thunder of Blaine and McKinley, and is about to nvail hetsell of thst weapon of commercial icUllation which was so well used by the United States between iSyt and 1894, and 'which the democratic patty so foolishly thtew away. The Uaiman idea is to compel foreign countries to admit Its exports duty Irec or at low duties, under pain of tbe imposition of high or prohibitive duties on their expoit to Germany. It is fottunale and'evldent that it is iu the power of the United States-tsecure the best of the bargain. Por the chief export ol Gettnany to 'the United State is beet sugar. The chiet exports of the United States to' Germauy sre meats and grain. We u have not discriminated agalett sugar; Germany has discriminated against American meats. We can in a few yeais become independent of German sugar; the oounty system that has created the manufacture of sngar in Germany soon can increase the Uuited State production by ten fold. It did double it in the first year of its operation. Its abrogation was one of tbe many crimes of the democratic administration ol aflairs, But Germany cannot supply its people with food and grain from its own soil It must import food or it must . TJIU8- J itciii lta cease to develop its manufactures. . .? It now becemes a matter of necessity to let Germany ltnowv that If Its "Look Horo Good People!" sugar is to come Into the Uuited Our buyer, Mr. Jones, is now in States our farm products must enter St. Louts buying u Inrge ttuok of its ports a freely, orns slightly bnr dened, as its sngar enters ours." general merchandise iaoluding everything pt in a general store. ReIllicit Irn'ii Irnleu 8nlvr. member we buy with six largo cash Thellcst Salve in the wotld for stores nnd get the very bottom prices Cuts, Bruises, Sorea. Ulcers. Salt Wo now have in stock a big lot of Rheum, PeverSores, Tetter, Chapped grass nnd clover toed, also tbo cele- Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Iiruptions, and positively cures brated O'iver chilled plows and re- Plies, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction pairs for same. or money refunded. Price 25 cents MoRnm ad, J onus & Co. Centtetown, Ky, per box. Por sale by Williams & Bell. 13.1 yr. Feb. 3, 1807. Ger-ma- OASTOIUA. st? y7 r k-- bushels ic cleaned clover seed. 200 Xmlrr. All peiliee indebted to the ettate of grass and timothy seed and lots ol deceased, by seed oats that will be sold nt lowest Dr. J. B Pendleton, Big ttock ol Oliver note, account, or otherwise, are herecash prices. Chilled plows and repairs. Two car loads ot furniture, chaire, cookstoves, etc. etc., just coming in. Watch lor our spring advertisement Something is "Guine to drop " Yours for trade, by notified to call Illinois (Jen. Direct to the -- AT- . ,. Protection. Tun Third DistricT llfptihliean, of Bowling Greon, has been converted iutoa daily and has changed its name It is a neat, to "The Daily Press " attractive paper and bids fair to be n successful venture in tho nowspnper field. The grand o'd principles of the Republican pally stand uppermost In the mluds of tho American pcop'o. Protection, Sound Money and good government against free silver, frco riot nnd English labor. A political party is a diftiuct organization. A Populist is a Populist, a Democrat is a Democrat, and n ReA man publican is a Republionn. ounnnt bo n Democrat und a Populist at the tamo timo. Ir the Democratic and Populist parties go into a fusion arrangement tins year tliuro will bo no more Populist party. It will be swallowed up by thoDemmy's. directed. The societj first took shape on the evening of February 16 1864, when its founder, Jii.tus H. Rath-bon- e (now deceased), gathered about htm, iu the City of Washington, D, C , a number "f gentlemen, aud to them the foundation principles of the propned Order of Knights of Pythias the obj cts of which were stated to be Friendship, Benevolence, The proposal, ueeting and Charity. with the unanimous approval of those present, they subscribed to an obligation of secrecy, nud proceeded to name the Society, elect officers, nnd adopt a Ritunl. The society thus organized, took as ilsantitypeof friendship and mutual confidence, the historical incident cf the unexcelled and almoituncqtn'led friendship existing between Dsmon and Pythia, who lived in the teign of King Dionysius, nwrly 400 years btfore the birth of Christ, uhertiu Pythias pledged his life that Daiuo.i would not forfeit his honor, and gave liuuw'f as a pledge that. Drfiuon woul'l if turn for execution nt the time appointed by the King I bn l?niMS3KX3iJili?lill cunts whim au t ii S Baet iW Ujriip. Ta Dm I The iclgu of Dlonytius, the'BIder. Mil. J! hn D. Rimio has Bold his interests in tho Park City Tinut, of marked an era of selfuliuaas in the Following the exBowiug Green, nnd has returned to world's history. ample nt n tyrant, his adherents In law, Uartfoid to practice the Idle of Sicily vied in obliterating Ircnii the tablets of their memory Unhkii Hepublican Adiniulstriimii undtir eveiy vifitiaoef the noblest principle we had n prosperous country Democratic ru'e we have had diilreM, ot brotherhood which neegnizesman's fealty to his It I low. D.imon, a Senawant nnd dire iliatter.i tor at Syracuse, by hi apportion to God Republican tlmiM will Im Din'njyiiH In his nletiipted usurp-ntl'paof poter, was placed under .t ttlll lil'l. here when Collar Pythias, of iuimedUte death Irienc) il Dtmon, be MtilviNLBY and priority utter lilt Uine-tin- d I he I'll ol uexl month. t) grmt a respite, sought the m fen-tene- e t)tnl hypnotized subject. coffin Ho was rather shy with her salary and nluo failed to feed her properly. Sho thoreforo "struok" beforo an audl-- d lance, jumped out of tho coffin and proclaimed hor employor a humbug. Tho oxporlmont of making pn-pstockings and glovoa has been going on tor some timo, and stockings to soil at threo cants a pair aro proposed. Solidity and durability aro 'glvon tho toxturo by a sizing bath of potato starch and tallow, nnd when finished Its nppoaranco is similar to fabric goods. A Calais man, who has been drinking n glass of cold water beforo each meal for threo months, his physician said It would mako htm thin, mot a thin man tho othor morning, who has boon trying o tho eamo plan six months on tho of nnothor physician, who told him it would mako him fat a ad-vlc- terminato fatally. Somobody put poison into tho Some Democratic uoivspapsrs nre lnclosuro whore Frank Wolls of Sholden, Vt, kept pot skunks, nnd claiming that if Abraham Lincoln when tho ownor was skinning thoso were living today he would be a Dem that died ho becamo poisoned ocrat. As he lived over half a century through an abrasion of tho skin of his hand. Gangreno resulted, nnd without voting tbo Democratic tiokul; illness followed. wai au enthusiastic supporter of Henry A narrow escape was rccontly Clay and his American policy of prr experienced by 0 man in Augusta, tectiou; was also for sound money nnd Mo. Whllo crossing Q railroad tho restoration of tbo Union by lorco track his shoo was caught in a frog, of arms, it is difficult to onnceivo how and bo had just time onougb to rap-Idl- y he would get a Democratic tnste in the uatlo his shoo and withdraw lib foot when an oncoming train mouth ntthis nlme. Hew'a, howover, dashed over tho spot. of n forgiving disporition, nnd ns, A hypnotist in Andorson, Ind., during 1801-0the Democratic engaged a young lady to Ho in a poured an unMaiing newspapers as-0, on me and make It will be impossible for me to call on all paitieti indebted to the estate in per son, and unlets thin notice is heeded within a reasonable time I slwll be & compelled, in the discharge of my duKy. Plrasant Ridgr, ties as exreutor of Dr Pendleton's estate, to place his claims lo the hands ol an officer for collection in order to To any person interested in Im settle sal I estate within the time remane matters, or who loves animals, quired by law W. II Rrutnan, we will send free, upon application, a Kxecutor ol J R Pendleton, dee'd copy of the "ALLIANCR." the organ At the office of Taylor & Mellenry. In addition to its inol this Society. tensely interesting reading, it 39 tr a list of the valuab'e und unugivan by the pper. sual premiums Address LA GRIPPE. ThsNatiowan Humanb Ai.uncr. United Charities Building N Y 410 41 7 8t Sonio Rocoiit Boports Con- the lieat settlement they can Jones Morehead, Tha North Atlantic Squadron TO PART1CIPATK IN THK CULHHRATION. ew Orleans Sent Free! Reduced rates forthisnccaslon from polntann the Illinois Central Railroad, particulars of which can he obtained of ticket apents of the "Central" and connecting lines con-tai- ng Double Daily Train Service to New Orlaans, Fast Time and Solid Vestibule Trains. In addition to the coming of Rex nnd to the Proteus parade nnd ball on March tst. nnd to the Rex, Phunny Phorty Phellows, and Comus parades and ball on MardiGrasday, March 2d, WHITE SHPIS OF THE NAVY will take part in the festivities of the occasion, the Mayor of New Orleans having received advice from Ihe Secretary of the Nivy thst ships of North Atlantic Sotiftdron will be sent to the Creecent City during the Mardl Gras A rare opportunity for celebration. inland, people to seesomeol the finest types ol our rnoders navy. Ad van tage may also be taken of this occasion by those detnring to attend the 1 cerning tho Ravages ot this ProvaJont DJEonses. Dr. Hurt man i eonatantly receiv- ing letters from all parts of the United States from peop'e who hnvesuf-fete- d (rant In grippe or are suflatiutf from it. . The Doctor's remedy. -no, is found to be of great value In the treatment of this distne N N II., Monmouth, Conni, write: ' Last lull I was was taken with la grrnpe and ws unable to do my wotk. I consulted several of our bet doctor but found v ry little rellel. I i.v one ol your i'1veitleiuents and conclude t tefve your Pe ru nn a trial. I bougH two bottle nud was surputed at the iiood It did m. I used it alt nn I bought six more bottle and was soon able tn go hark to a Is my wotk. "7 th nk jour Pe and I have tec an excellent onnnn,d it lo riheis " Geo W. ft Noimnn 331 Ncill-- i Ml .n , was nlo cti'tdoili jjripif with IV iu m Manv caM"ol run a of la grippe ate recorded iu Dr llr Hoitiiun's 'atest .ok on elm nice lurh and ctUirhal Peruru-ne .i II A' Cathollo 20th. at New Orleans, whose nnnnnl session tor 1807 wilt be from March 4th to Particulars ticket. ol your Wintor Softool ' local railroad' stroam of vilification upon him, denouncing him as a baboon, tyrant and murderer, powlhly tho Great Emaneiator might have joined their party, had ho lived until now, to illustrate his mugiiflnimily, nr mure Irom the lots of te'feoutroi, caused by tho weakness of oxtremo Commercial old age pro-bnb- ly Map-Uter- S G Uatcii. Dlv Pass. Agent, Cincinnati. Jno A. Scott, Dlv. Pesa. Agent, MemphU, A. II Hanson, o p. a., Chicago, W A. Krllond, a o.P.A., Louisville, r" . Nollrr ItrpubllraiiK. The Htrpublieana of Potdsville IHflBHiHHMBHBIMlSBaiMai DUtrict ate hereby called lo Careiu, wd cbulocd aad all Pt-n- t buiineM conducted (oe Modciutc fcea. meet et the various vating places in ouaorricaiaopeoiiTcu.a. pATtaTOpnai nil w CQ to ut pnuut U KM UlM Uuut UWM Satsaid piccinct at 1 o'clock p. rcnols Irom Waihiaitoo. Sn4 moJL drtWlnf of pkota, srllk duatp- urday, March 20 1894 tofelesrtdtl-uijatetloa. Wa advlia. If daSUiaU t frA tj to the DUtrict Cinverti. n to ihi.hH Dip IhI. contalrs 64 cbiri. Our IctDotdM till paint bui. Mcvud. A ,'llJwtaObulratm,,'wHa illntttoled It i cct pamphict, tha u. S, tad iortlfa acuatiisi he htld at Putdsville .SatunU), pi, is, iiiKtinctiveiv t urn In a tlni" by Stent in. Addreu, will he- t"t f.te March 17, ICJ97. ot 3 o'clock p. m t U.iu Manufacturing noraluete a candidate, lor Mi. istrate. The P- - H J OPF. PATCNT Office WA8HIN0TON. D. O. W. 3 Gains Chm'n. Ccmpary, Columbus, Ohio. tt Tred-Mr111 1 - v, Mimie-mmli- lr tu-ii- C.A.SNOW&GO. . aktfai ' wmi.'WW"1 ,iwiyi)Mpijin pwn rwlni"iwr'H IMfAJfJ ""WPSflP' eerj-T- " '"WW"1',' HS"1" W"P w y kiwp " ttt:? FACTS AND FIGURES Aro indisputable unci fUm mmm Absolutely (Jarry (Jonvieiions MOKE THAN u wLjht, honorable an I Inflexible Re-- p oilcan and gentleiiivi whom his tK.' hbors, regardless of party arailla ti ns with tncli otlitr l.i harmony. N ,i)!llical recognition or distinct! n Men's li.it s 5jc, negligee shirts 51?, u d lie unmerited by Jllln. Now In boys caps ioc at Schapuilre's. thee enlng of a great aud good life Col. W. II. Moore, . Sulphur he stands first ntnong the long list of Oblo county's distinguished sons and Springs, was In town this week. deserves thcestcrem of all her citizens. J. II. Patton & Co, will treat you IIampax and your horse right Call on them, to-v- Mr. M.D L Bennett, Greenville, was in this week. Mr U S Carson ban returned from a busiucss trip to Ccntrrtown A 1VAM, THAT HO!IK Ml t'ANBKU' AI.K. lov-wl- Awarded lights! Honors World' Pair th 'A woman itinvlalltn uma-i- , But then she cmt tell him so; There Is an lit, vrltten Uiv that says you must wa.t, For the minis the one tossy 'go" Could you stun them all up side by side in a row) Women could then speak of choice, As it is you must v.ilt tilt he knocks at your door. Then only then havt you a Vkilee 1 DR' CREAM COLUMNS of TYPE. HERE ABE THE FACTS During next Court week wo propose to offer goods at a price that will convince you of the fact that wo really sell the cheapest at all times. Winter is with us yet and spring is closo at hand and we have a few more clothing and other winter goods to close out at greatly reduced prices. Prices will tell and a man will see these BARGAINS for him-sway-fairin- Pure g e f. for lta great leavening ias. strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and alt forms of When you come to Circuit Court adulteration 'common to the cheap for by J. II, brands. RoyalBakinoPowdrrCo., have your stock cared Patton & Co., successors to Field & Nkw York. Holbrook. Mrs. It. L. Herring Is visiting reU Mrs, V. W. Yeiser is in Mrs. atlvrs at Beaver Dam. Vaught's boarding house and is preDorn to the wife of Rev. J. P. pared to entertain the public. Couit Hicks Monday, a boy. boarders solicited. Circuit Court begins next Monday Learn what "friendship" is, by and a large crowd will be in town. seeing Damon and Pythias, as played Miss Annie Crahan, of Horse by Ford's troupe at the Court Hall tomorrow night. Branch, istbe guest of the Misses Thirty-threyears ogo last Friday Born to the wife of Mr. Jo B. Vick-e- rs the first step toward organization of lost Friday morning, a girl .Vir- the now famouse order of Knights of Pythias was taken. ginia Vickers. Celebrated e New line ol shots and gents furnishing goods, cheap for cash, at Schapnilre's, The Knights of Pythias order was founded on the great "friendship" existing between Damon and Pyth- Damon and Pythias at Court Hall tomorrow night. See thorn. Rev. John Jarnagin willpreach here next Sunday Rev. I. L Dunken filled his here Saturday, but failed to fill the appointment Sunday on account ot the bad weather. Mr. Haynes, of Henderson City, is visiting in the community. Mr. James Stogner, of Daviess county, is visiting relatives in this neighborhood at this writing. Mr. John Daniel, from Owensboro, is visiting his father near here this week. Mr. John St. Clair has moved to his fathers farm near Olaton, and Mr. G, W. Wilson has moved to the place vacated by Mr. St. Clair and Mr. John Jamison will move to the farm vacated by Mr. Wilson. Rosine has lost another one of her old men Mr. J, A. Bennett died at his Mr. Campbell last Sunson day morning. Little Josie Wilson daughter of Mr. J. G. Wilson is on the sick list this week. Andbrson. Prit-char- Suppose yon know one whom you Would you dare to be the first to say so? Your licit t might say yes, there can not be wrong But the worldl why, the world would soy no So the choice in life nre all for the men, And the women too play second Jove and refptct, MtWG POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder, Pit? 'torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterer t 40 VDARS THB STANDARD. A UN:ilN. Messages of Men of to-dw. ay to the part. She the refused, but he has the choice Iu the race 'tis mm liath the start. The man whom you love may never-comnear, Ol woman, where is your choice? He dreams not of you or else he would come; You must wait salth the great social voice. How different with men is the mating e HERE ARE THE EWURESJ A good $10 overcoat for A. good nil wool suit for A. good pair oi boots for A. pood plow oboe ior 10 yards of good calico for 20 yards of heavy domestic KO yards good shirting lor Good aproo checked gingham. Full doublo front overalls For ladles cood cloak 50o Neckwear 7Gc Woven cornets Good jeans 50 doz, lOo handkerchif j for Men's cood hats 4.00 1.00 1 00 35c 1.00 1.00 6c 50c 2.38 38c 31V 15c Gci 48c 0DR ENTIRE LINE calicoes, Laces and in- Of spring Ginghams, Embroideries are now in and ready for spection. They are very pretty and up to m date. All we ask is a look at our goods and the rest we will do. Pr wt Our BUY and SELL for cash plans will prove to you that we are doing the business. Soliciting your trade, Resp'y. We are, ek M 1 f & Mnrrlrtl. Hli Tbo'ruarriago of Miss Leaty Nail By viftne ol Taxes due the State Kentucky and county ol Ohio for the aud Sir. Harry Thompson Shanks year 1896,1 or one of rav deputies. will was solemnized last evening at 0 on Monday, March I, 1S07. between o'clock at Christ Church Cathedral, hour a of 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock the RevTChos Evroll Craig officiating m. at the Couit House door In ?. lartford. Ohio countv. Ky , cxpow: aud Dr. W. Horatio Browne presidto public sale to the hiphe-- t bidder ing at the organ The chancel was lor cash in hand the tol'o injr propbeautifully decorated iu pink flowers erty, (or so much thereof as moj be necessary to satisfy amount of tax and palms. The bridal party ontercd tbo church promptly at 9 o'clock in and costs) Tax & cost the following order. Misi LouisShall Acres. Name. La ml Kate for Tnxra. of t: !ll Brown EW Brown James M 16 Matlock 'Vm Montgomery,! O 100 100 Shepherd. ItiD Tooley, Susanah 93 Bishop, Thompson S3 Richardson. T J 27 Growbarger, WL 40 Thomas, Wm W 29 . McDaniel, Lindsay 250 for both 1893 and 1896 . Carter RL Husk, W J 3 32 S ti 3 9 3 '9 5 33 5 4 4 5 "39 640 4 5 41 4 88 5 41 . . . 8 09 & $ 50 55 $4 4 4 . . 5 2 James, Mrs S J Tinsley. ML Hail, J J 1 TOWN LOTS TOR I lot 1 896 89 84 3 I " Baker. Jesse Vaughn.G W Adui'r i I lot forycirs 189596 $10.75 C P, KEOWN, Sheriff Nullce. One thorougbred Jersey bull for sale, K B. Phndlbton, cheap. Haitford. Ky. 30 at - Caril ol riinnfca. Please allow me space in your paper to extend thanks lor the hearty endorsement I received from the voters ol Ohio county convention as second cholcefor Assessor. I sub-- , mltiny defeat to Mr. G D. Royil, whorae 1 deem worthy as the nominee of our party nnd I feel he will meet with success In November 2, 1897, In my canvass I met many triends wh iue I Iel gratefut tor their Youts, kindness, J. G. Wilson. Ohio enmity WrdUloR. Misa Lulie E. Hiokey, daughter of Mr. Tom Hicicoy, a welltodu farmer of Adaburg, Ohio county, was married February 18th. at the home of her parents to Mr. H, Shown, ot Beda, Ohio county. This was one of the prettiest home country weddiug that has taken place for some time. The homewai deccated In plants and ferns fir the occasion. After the ceremony tbo bride and groom left for tho home oi Itlio groom's parents, whoro thoy enjoyed a wedding supper. T e young couple aro both otpipular Ohio county families. They will make tbtlr home with the groom's parents Tup bride it a niece of Mn. 1) A. Oweus-bor- o Ford, 1105 Walnut street. Messenger. We want a correspondent at every postofBce in the county Send us the uewa from your locality, and help make Tint RrunucN the leading paper of the 4th Congressional Dls- IM the maid of honor, camo first, followed by tbo bridesmaid nnd groomsmen, Misses Flora and Mary Nail, Sara Wolfe and Grace Shanks, and Messes, Harry Shallcross, A. W. Thompson, Will K.Thomas and Char-leMcFerrao. The bride, leaning on the arm ol her father, camo last, and was met at the altar by the groom and his best man, Mr. L. Z. Shall-cros- s. Tbo brido is a daughter of Col. and Mrs. I. B. Nail, and is ono at Louisville's most attractive daughters. She woro a beautiful grown of white brocaded silk, which was ono of her grandmother's dresses. TI10 maid ot honor woro white organdie over whito satin, and the other bridesmaids were gnvuediii pink and carried pink roses. After tho ceremony the bridal party were entertained at tho bride's home, 213 East Breckinrodgo street, after whioh Mr. and Mrs. Shanks left tor New Orleans. Mr. Shanks is a resident of Montgomery, Ala., where ho isaccountaut ot tho Western Railroad of Alabama. The young couple will be at homo in Montgomery after Louisa visit to the Cresoent City, ville Post. cro63, a Ihe Gun Goes Off instantly when you pull the trigger. So sickness may come on suddenly. But it takes time to load the gun, and it takes time to get ready for those Coughs, colds, V (1 j the subject be, often meant preceding weakness and poor blood. Are you getting thin? Is your appetite poor? Are you losing that snap, energy and vigor that make Do one thing 1 build up your whole system with SCOTT'S EMULSION of Cod-livOil. It is the essence of nourishment. It does not nauseate, does not trouble the stomach. And it replaces all that disease robs you of. A book kUlng mors about It scot "clear-headed-acser any "attack," whatever ITM. SCOTT & DOWNS, WiwYwk, AlKlof 11 I inet If you want your horse taken care Remember Bulllngton, the barber ia the place to' get your hair trimmed of call on Henry Fields & Co. They will give him the bestAtrcatment. up in nice style. Dont forget the place, 6n Williams If you arc owlngus on subscription corner. we will appreciate it if you will drop iu nnd pay up. The following named persons have paid their subscription to Tim ReMr. Henry Oskridgc, Louisville, W. was the guest of his sister, Mrs. G.B. publican since our last issue: E. Bennett, Fort Thomas; Miss MarWilliams this week. garet Nail, Hartford; B. F. Adkins, Representative Skinner of North Don't go around with your face McKenry. Carolina, in speaking of Senator looking so bad, but go to Bulllngton Henry Field & Co. have the nicest stated that the and have him to fix you up. livery stable in Ohio county and are Populists gave him tbeir support with Mr. J. II, B.Carson left Tuesday prepanl to take care of your horses. the full understanding that ho was to for the Hast to purchase his spring Give them n call Monday when you support a Protective Tariff measure. stock of goods. He was accompanied come to court. He said that the Populists recognized by his wife. Work has begun on getting that the election of Major KcKinloy for the hdephone line, meaut that the majority of tbe voters Call at Tim Republican office next Monday when you come to court and which was mentioned in our last is- believed that the euro for bard times see how your subscription account sue. The work will no doubt be tak- lay in a return to the Protective polistands. We will appreciate your call. en up at once ancL pnsbed to comple- cy. We hops that the rs Mr. A D. White has returned from tion. who think that tho extra session of Evansvlllle, where be had been toj' 1 Clint G. Ford and other members Co ogress should devote its attention look after some goods which, our mer- of his Company being Knights of to other questions than the Tarifl will chants had on the barge when the Pythias, know exactly how to pre- ponder upon thia. Boy Orator Peankishaw sunk a few days since. sent Damon and Pythias to the pub- Bryan, also, may find food for reflecWhile in Evansvllle Mr. White look- lic. See them at Court Hall tion in it to help Lira in making his night ed into the probably of having anplans for the campaign of 1000. Mr. other boat put in Rough River right The appeal of fair Calanthe could Cleveland and bis Secretary of the away. He saw several of the boat induce her lover, Pythias, to de- Treasury might perhaps find it profimen. around Rvansville and reports not sert his friend or sacrifice his honor, table, too, or, at least, suggestive. that we will soon have nnother boat Ex. which to him was more than life. See In our stream. Seiver Bros, will put them to morrow night at Court Hall. another boat on tle line or elf e someTo say something is one thing, to one else will be ready to go to work. Mose Price, colored deck hand on prove it is another. We can't prove Dr. Bell's is the was killed by Jno. thst cough remedy best Mr. McDowell Fair has sold his in- the Steamer Keir, on earth unless Mor you will try If you do this and terest in the firm of Fair Bros. & Co , Johnson about two miles above gantown last Saturday. Drs. Cherry don't agree with us you get your to his partners and will in a few days were summoned to dress money back from any druggist. For open up a complete line of goods in and Gardner sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. hjs wounds, but to no avail. the house formerly occupied by the The Evlla of Cheep Labor. above mentioned firm The firm will Mr. Lonnle Twcddell has built a I cannot fail to remember that one be J. E. Fogle & Co., and with the bicycle boat, which he uses to ride in thlog which stands between your experience and business ability of Rough River. It Is a very easy boat labor and the labor of Europe the predict ior them a to handle and he can make good time each member we one thing that stands between your successful business carter Mr. Fo on it. Mr. A. I. Nail was skimming gle was in business in Hartford for the surface of the water a lew days workshops and those of theold world several years and is a polite, affable ago on it when he became tangled in is a wise, patriotic, American Pro. gentleman, while Mr. Fair is thor some drift, and the boat sunk with tectlve policy. From Major Mckln. oughly acquainted with the trade of htm. Some boys near by in n skiff ley's Veranda Speeches. iMs remark of Major McKinlcy's the Green River Country. It will be rescued him after he was tbouroughly was greeted with cries of "Right you a strong firm. soaked lu water. are. And right he Is, even the system is fortified Howl's If the have to admit. They claim It is Indeed beldom that a town the Sarsaparllla, which makes rich, red size of Hart lord is treated to a week of that tbe American laborer does not blood, there Is little danger of sick- - genuine enjoyment by so large a need anything to stand between hira troupe as the one ol Col. Clint G. and the foreign workman. But the Fotd, but such has been the case this laborer himself, who knows more VOI.NT I'l.KAM.VNT. week. Beginning Monday night the fact1), If less about theory, has a difMr. Dennis Myers is veny sick. Company played "Risen from the ferent idea. He has been thrown in Claude and Ellsworth Myers Ashes," thegreat sensational Comedy contact with the cheap labor of Europe returned from their raft trip Sunday. Drama in five acts, which was de- which has come to this country to Mr. Perry Tichcnor, ofOwensboro, pleted in its most thrilling manner, better its condition, and he sees how paid a visit to frlendi here this wrek. Tuesday night the Company played thfy nre willing to live even here, Mis. Rufus Williams is visiting "Rip Van Winkle," which was per-fe- and for what miserable wagesthey are he: father's family. willing to work. He knows that he in rendition and all the characMr. J. B. CofTiuan is improving. ters were brought out In the most can not meet such conditions and A grand religious work is in progkeep his self.respect, or even keep ' Lonress across the river. The work is soul stirring manner. Lot iu don" for Wednesday night was wor- body and soul together. This much conducted by Revs. Sbacklett and thy the attention of everybody. "An he knows: That these cheap laborers Henderson. are just as dangerous to hira in their ' A little daughter of Wil le and American Hero" was played last own countries as they are in this Sallle Coftman was buried in Point night, and Saturday night he will present the great play, "Damon and country, unless some barrier is placed Cernttery last Saturday. bctvveen him and them, he has begun Born to the wife ol G L Overly on Pythias." to realize since partial Free-Tra16th iust,, n fine girl. Mother the I)iolnlion Notice. has made that a fact, too. As Major nnd infant doing well. We have bought out the interest of McKlnley said, the only barrier We do not intend to tell you about McDowell Fair In the firm of Fair the weather, but since the Republican Bros. & Co , assuming all liabilities which can efiectually stand between him and tbe panper labor of Europe, candidates have quit visiting us and of said firm. Thanking the public is a Protective Tariff. The American the convention has passed. We have for all favors shown us and asking workman has come to realize that had some very rainy weather and their patronage in the future, we are, fact, too.and facts ure right in his line of mud. Can you let a fellow plenty Resp'y, Fair & Company. All these facts give rise to one more yell for his man now. We have two e. I have sold my Interest in the firm tact, v.z, the passing of men, ttue blue Republicans from way of Fair Bros. & Co. and am now wjth -- Rx bick, and we would be glad to see forone of the two nominated and elected J. E Fogle & Co., at the stand The sil verite oligarchy of Tennessee merly occupied by Fair Bros. & Co ns our Representative. The gentle So thanking the public (or past fa has got drunk on fraud to vomit one man spoken of are Esqr W I Rowe, of the blackest crimes against of Centettown, n good honest farmer vors and asking a liberal share of government that this century whose mind is filled with thoughts of their patronage In the future, 1 am, goodness for his countrymen nnd the has seen. Napoleon was never more Yours respectfully, Republican party. And the other of i dictator than Tennessee's chief McDowell Fair. man is II II. Davis, ot Point Pleasexecutive will be tinder tbe iu famous ant, a school teacher by profession. Tennessee election law. It nukes Nil It EVE, Either ot these mem we think would tin- - Siate a distinctively one man Mr. Shelt Key who has been visimake an excellent representative, but we do not know that either will an- ting his brother nt Fordsvllle. has re- affair. General Bob can now say with nounce, or make the race We are turned home. at. much propriety as the French ready to roll our sleeves up high end Mr. Wade Monroe has returned Mi unreel "Tbe State, wny I am the work lor thesuccessof theentire tickfltU." But what better could we et placed in the field by our conven- from a trip down the river. tion. And if rolling our sleeves up, Mr. John Smith, of Fordsvllle, has expect ol Governor Bob? He may will not suffice, then we will take n entered school at this place, practice and preach open nnd untuck or two 011- our trowsers. Let us Bm Burch has returned from Mad-l- u blushing corruption at the ballot box leave no gaps open, nor leave anysonvlllc. until his eloquent voice Is hushed, thing out of shape, but make a suie, L. DeWeese and family are visiting and be could uever, with all the fersteady fire all along the hue and the U. S. victory is ouis. Claud Miles aud family, at Horse tility ol his resources and vast exBranch, periences, conceive and commit a I'ur jour Protection Catarrh"cures" Mr. James DeWeese. C. T. Whlt- - graver fraud than the one to which In liquid lorm to be taken iuternally, tlnghlll and Dr. J. W. Meador attend- he owes his present term of office. usually contalu Mercury or Iodide ot ed the Republican convention. The But good men may rest easy; this can Potassa, or both, which are injurious Republicans ot Shrcve precinct ac- not last for aye. The calf Is already If too long taketi Catarrrh Is a local, knowledged the honor shown them tangled iu the baiter; give him a little not a blood disease, caused by cold In the choosing of Dr. to pre- more rope and he will hang himself. aud damp weather It starts In the side over the convention, He is one It is only a question of time, and np- Cold in the head, it ot our primitive nnd most orlgional parently a short time, when disgust nasal passages repeatedly neglected, results In cawho championed and Hnd loathing, righteous indignation Republicans tarrh Ely's Crenu Halm is the ac promulgated Republican principles and a regard for decency will bury knowledge! cure for these troubles in the early morning of the party's tbe genial gentlemen and his party and contains no mercury any In- existence. Through many political In the pit they have digged for themvicissitudes, be has stood as the same selves. jurious drug. Ex. Free-Trade- choose. They have the world before them lor choice, But woman accepts or refuses. Jessb PiiiLLirs. Earlingtou, Ky. ofhearts; Their rights come first nnd they To tho Prlmltlvo or Sound Monoy Domocrats of Ohio County. Gentlemen: By reason of the political revolution - through which tho country has passed in tho .ast year wo have been sena- separated from both of the parties of the country, and yet holding, as wo do, most sac redly to tho faith of thooncinal Democracy, as being both unalterably and immutably truo, and being fixed by our Constitutions, convic- Honsinf ncrhf TnThft fnttVi tF llialm. mortality ot our principles, and con-- 1 fidently believing, as wo do,that these principles must and will ultimately prevail, aud that they embody the future hope of our beloved country, seems to suggest that we should have a meeting at an early date to consult as to our duty in tho matter of selecting local officers at the approaching November election. Organization is absolutely neepjanrv ifwn tvntilil n. joy harmony and have conceit of action of what we may conceive to be our duty as citizens and truo Demos crats. While it may be true, that it will be beyond our power to elect a ticket composed of our own party, there are two things wo can do: We can adhere to our principles like the honest men that we are, and we can, by orgnnizatipn, determine what individuals of tbo contending parties shall hold the offices of the county for tho next ensuing terms. Hence wesugRtstthat we tret tocether and determine what course we shall pursue. Let us hear from you forthwith. ' it A Sound Money Democrat. OASTORXfl.. dpitut K aS lias Free-Trad- ers et Cromwell Maglmerliil District. Met in Convention at Cromwell Ohio county Ky., on Eeb. 20, 1897, and elected W. M. Fleaner chairman, and G. W. Martin Secretary motion and second was put before the house to appoint a committee on Rules which was accepted and then the Chairman declared nomination in order for Justice of tbe Peace. Mr. Jont B. Wilson was placed in nomination and he receiving all the votest was declared elected by this convention. Next in order was to nominate n candidate for Constable Mr. J B. Dennis was put in nomination, he receiving all the votes was declared elected, then a motion and second to adjourn of which was unanimous, the Chairman declared this convention adjourned. W. M Flbanrr, Ch'm'n. by G. W. Martin, Sec'y. de A l'oliit To Iletnember. If you wish to purity your blood you should take a medicine which . m cures blood diseases. The record of Prof. Z II. Shultz visited friends at cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla proves that this is the best medicine for the South Cartollton this week. blood ever produced. Hood's SarsaCURED AT 73 YEARS. parllla cures the most stubborn cases and it is the medicine for you to take Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Victorious. a Ignoble, suroly, trie ambition that centers in parade, splashes, splurges aud show. But oven tbo lnvo ot flip. pcry and pagentry, had as it is, cau not compare 111 disaiterous results with tho spirit of lawlessness which sometimes rules despot, .ally over tho minds of tho young. To not n few of tlioso who shall bo tho men of tho chief ot good, tho good for which thoy thirst, is simply indepcudenco and irresponsibility. They would haVo no scepter over them, no governing prinniplo in them nothing, indeed, that can be recognized as endued with sovereign authority, Thoy desiro to lire for their own gratification, unanswerable to any one, aud from tho first aro impressions, and reckless. All restraint they denounce, all wholesome regulations they despise, and they constantly fret nnd chafe against every moral or social hinder, anco to their sclMndulgencc. They desire to be free. This is their ambition,All bonds they would break. They would assert themselves; would be uncontrlled and unhampered by conventionalities or by courts. Their ignoble ambition is to bo outlaws in broadcloth, cared for and ministered unto by civilization. It should not be overlooked that the disposition to break through tbe settled order by which the individual is ruled in his own interest, and to set at naught that divino something in him called "conscience' can only lead to an anarchical career and to blighted hopes. This was realized at an opportune moment by a friend of Dr. Paley, who became the great Di vine and Scientist, when a careless, tippling student at Christ Church Col lege, Cambridge. About three o'clock in tbe morning whou the future author and philosophor was preparing to retire, after nn evening wasted, a knock disturbed him, and a youth entered and began to talk in an excited manner: "Paley Ihav come to talk with you; I could not sleep; because I am forced to think about you. You know who I am, I have plenty of money, and it does not matter what I do at college. I can aflbrd a lite of indolence, but you cannot, and you have a good head and I have not. Now, I have come to tell you that if you waste your time with us worthless fellows, I'll cut you, and will call you triend no more." The reproof Jcame like a thunder belt. All poor Paley could do was in a dazed kind of way to answer, "Thapk you," but that moment terminated hii recklessness and waywardness. He bent his neck to the yoke, submitted to discipline and became a star of tho first magnitudo in tho literary and religious worlds, glorifying God with his marvelous intellect. In further illustrating our subject, next week we will introduce Admiral David Farragut, whoalco narrowly escaped total wreckage by indulganco iu vicious habits in early life. If we can gam the car of tbo "mon and womon of who read this firH number, of what is designed to be a series, of short articles in this paper for several weeks. We will try to make tho observations and experiences of a long life, profitable to those who will tako time to read and think. C. Hartfoid, Ky., Feb. 22, '07. 4 ' Free-Trad- if you blood is Impure. er Hood's Pills are the best pill; assist digestion, cure headache. 35 cents. after-dinn- No other medicine can ahonsueu record. Hero la a veritable patriarch, 73 ToaraoK ago, with strong prajudlco tpoTeroomc, wlu hui Heart DtitdiiUvtart. Ho took tbo Now Heart Uuro and la now sound and noil. - Won. The I'ar-o- u By a vote of 197 to 91 the house decided that the Rev. N. T. Hopkins is entitled to the seat in congress from the tenth Kentucky district now occupied by Joe M Kendall, Mr. Kendal has drawn all of his salary this session save t(ro weeks, and i by the house's decision Mr. Hopkins will have to be paid $11,800. This case has been well decided, and above all. the good salary goes to a worthy man. Mr. Hopkins fought his case hard and be Is to be congratulated upon his victory. That miserable Clark county muss was sufficient to give it to him ii nothing more. fTW u For ilnljirm. We arc authorized to announce JOHN M. GRAHAM As a candidate for Magistrate in the Fordsvllle Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican fUmin, O. Broun. Grew Lako. Mich . Dec X. ISM. been troubled with heart d.UwM U I hire Tear or more, nan 01 me wuo a. wu u bad It was pot afefortnetpiooutalone. dluy pella would cauao falling. I had eerero palpitation, abortneu of breath and uilden pains that rendered me helploea. All nhrslciana did for too waa to adrlM keeping qolev. In August last 1 commenced taking Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, r party, We are authorized to announce Far ItrpreeenlMlve. We are authorized to announce nr R. A. BYERS As a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the actio-) of the Republican party. the and before I bad finished God-sen- first bottle I I bare found tbe medicine wu a now uted tour bottle In alt and am feeling T3 rear of age and havo entirely well 1 am held a grudge against patent medicines all my life, but I will not allow this to preient giving my testimony to the great cure your valuable remedy haa wrought In me. "1 do this to show my appreciation ot Dr Wiles' O. 8TONE. Wew Heart Cure. Dr. Mllea lieart un re is som ooh -.. I Dr. Miles Heart Cure R32X2t. HffHimtmrn , HERE IS YOUR CHlNfiE Get An Education. man or woman, who will get us 25 new cash subscribers to the Republian and Louisville Weekly Commercial S1.25 for the two, for one year. We will give a To the young tergoodtand see him. lie can tell Goneral Directory. you all about Abe He Is a very bright old man, and II he had had nry statu orriciALs. opportunity would have made his Like blUouineu, djspcp'U. headiche, Governor William O. llrnrilay. lour ttomtch, IndlgetUon are promptly mark In tin world. When Robert Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtocured tr Hood's rills. They do their work Lincoln visited Louisville I went to Charles Flitter. 8ecrelaryof8late see him. I cut a cane on the farm Attornoy Gonoral W. 8. Tnylor. where his father was born and taking A udUnr Sninuol II. Stone. It with me I presented It to him nt Treasurer Goo. W. Long. the Gait House. He received me very Comtnltetoner of Aertoiiltiiie, Horeailly and thoroughly. coolly, accepted tho can very ginger ticulture, Best after dinner rllU. Statistics and I. tics menu. AH droggliti, lv. liflrl verv HtH tn mv ntid with n Monro. Prepared by a I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Man. Superintendent Public lnetruotlon-Gc- o of embarassment I was 8od The only rill to take with Kood'i Bamparllla. S. DitvUon. i to dc usnercu out ol ins apartments ' llogintor Land Office-- Obas. O. eonstl-paUo- Liver Ills !MlWflfiHliwtlltHWtMWW ifffliaWiwri'itrMWfB Hood's Pills LINCOLN FARM. Chat In Courlor-Journ- al (BOB IHSV? 1 SEE THAT THE LE .., ... tH su.-?- " a." WavUt E'BajraM an h sav li I'NflB S FAC-SIMI. n S at V. A DYING SOLDIER. Carrlos Wator to his Enomy- An Inoldontof thoDattlo of Richmond, Ky. Itcrnnld. Insurance Iluroau D. W. Corniiigorc. Adjutant General Comm!s!oner D. 11. Outlier. Mrs. Mary Brown AMrBctaWi' Prcpnrafion tor Assimilating ftcroodarulHcthila ling the SluMflUo nndUowu of A Llttlo Corrospondont. by a Staff Sunday's i Promotes Dlgcstlon.CJicctful-TtcssandRcst.Contnlns w Slate Librarian Day. A. W. Dennett, the New York man who purchased the Lincoln birthplace near Hodgenvllle, Ky., is anxious to sell It to the Government, and an effort has been made to secure a congressional appropriation of $f 0,000 lor this purpose. Mr Dennett paid 53,ooo for the farm of tia acres, but has spent several thousand more in improving the land, parking the ravines and in fencing. The recent revival ol interest in the life and martyrdom of the great war President has caused hundreds of people to journey to Hodgenvllle the past year In search of Lincoln relics, and IlAILIIOAl) COMMISSIONERS. neither OpiunT.MorphlnC Free To the ' ' .vv"-Scholarshi- BRYANT & STRAT-TOBusiness College at Louisville. This is one of the bejst. Schools in the South. You can take any branch of study taught in the College as you may select. Go to work and get us 25 new paid up subscribers for the two papers and N as a natural result many spurious ones have-beepalmed off by the thrifty farmers living In the vicinity of the farm. I am told an old spin ding wheel that was never even on the Lincoln place was cut into a thousand small piece and sold for twenty-Gvcents each. There are no real Lincoln relies about Hodgenvllle I found a rudely made iron candlestick that had been plowed up near the Lincoln cabin, and might have been made by the President's father, who was a sort of tinker and had a small blacksmith's forge in his yard, The nearest approach to genuine relies that can be or have been ob tained are articles owned by the Greal rainily,who occupied the Lincoln e . G. S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. Richard Greal, wh.i probably took N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. up his residence on the tract of land he said: Z. H. ShulU, School Sujit. Hnrt-for- d. '"Hold out a little longer, Yank, some time after the Llncolns left or and I'll try to come to you ' Then possibly earlier, was a stndy, intelliL. W. Hunt. Coroner Sulnhur FOR gent pioneer of some means. He the brave fellow, by digging his fin- Springs. gers In the ground and catching hold C. II. Campbell, spent all of his lite on the farm, Poorbouso EVERY member of of the corn stalks, painfully dragged Keeper, Hartford. dying there twelve years ago. He EVERY family on himself to the Federal's side, the was well acquainted with Thos. Lin JUSTICES' COURTS. EVERY farm, in blood from his maneled legs making coin, and it is n local tradition that Fordsville. J. A. Bowling EVERY village, in a red trail the entire distance. The Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, he often assisted the struggling EVERY Sute ami Territory. tears ran down ray cheeks like rain, September 10, December 1.9 family. Thos. Lincoln was away and out of sympathy for him I groan-eBuforo. Ben F. Graves March from home at the time little Abe was Decemevery time he movad, but was so 26, Juno 25, September , FORIiducnli.ni, born, and it is related that the family FOR Noble Manhood, lost to everything except the fellow's ber 24. was In dire distress, with little or Hartford. A S, Aull March 5, heroism that I did not once think of FOR True Womanhood. , June 4, September 3, December 3. nothing in the house to eat. Neigh helping him. Woodward-Ma- rch Rosine. C. L. bors at once came to the assistance of IT gives alt important news of tbo Nation. "When the painful journey was fin 13, Juno 12, September 11, the young mother and one old man ished he offered IT gives ail important news of the World. his canteen to the December 11. told me that it wa3 the G reals who IT gives the most reliable market reports. Federal, who took itand drank eager Cromweli,. Jont B. Wilson sent the sack of flour and others nec- ly, IT gives brilliant Rod instructive editorials. March 7, June 7, Septerabor 5, Dethe water seeming to sizzle as it IT gives fascinating short stories essities to help out the little family passed down , his parched throat. cember 5. IT gives an unexcelled agricultural department. until the father's return. A daugh- Then with deep sih of relief, he a It ives scientific and ineohiuiical information. Henter of Richard Greal. the wife ol reached oat to the Coufcderate, and it IT gives illustrated fashion articles. ry J. Cissell, lives on the adjoining was plain to see as they claped hands IT (fives iiuumruu illustrations. recent visit to and looked into each other's eyes that farm, and during a IT gives entertainment to young and old. Hodgenvllle, I paid her a visit to see whatever hate may have rankled IT gives satisfaction everywhere lo everybody. For Infants and Children. once in the what she remembered of the Lincoln. now given hearts of these men had place to natural sympithy TPiimvi,niW.THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY I found her a very intelligent, middle-age- and love. ea Even while I watched IKIiiUMi., papers IfITT woman of easy manners and a them I saw the Confederate's body irr good conversationalist, and she told quiver as If in a spasm ol pain, and -,tome that she was born and that she when his head dropped to the jmund atBltfgMgto of her life on the Lin- I knew that a hero had crowed the fTSjtetii&-w- i had spent all dark river. The Federal kissed the Address ail orders to the Fair View Herd coln farm. She said that her father dead hero's hand repeatedly, and cried knew the Llncolns well, but she did like a child until I had him removed not remember the m. She said tbat to the hospital, where he, too, died ssia-rtfo- r ,,,,, L, DESLy. most of the things written about Lin the next day." a Geo. W. Bea coln's early life In Kentucky were rw.. 2, 2uUr "m??11 dt,r' York City, card, send It toconv olTIIIt Building. New and samnle Pigs in pairs not akin. Come and N8WY0RK WEEKLY purely fictitious, and that all ot the NEW PUNOTOATION MARK TRIDUNE will l,uaHed toou seo ray Lincoln relies taken from LaRue Badly Neoded Invention Suggested Prices Stock, or write your wanU. rereasonable. by the Copy Reader. county were spurious The Llncolns 11 Cm J. G. WELLS, C?ll! were very, very poor people, ordinary I shall bo famous. I have an Cffl -Beaver Darn, Ky, Idea that will sond ray narao thunsettlers, they lived only a lew years O.; in Kentucky, they owned littte or dering down through tho ages," re(D HODQENVILLE, KY. nothing and consequently, when they marked tho copy reader. Note Heads, Letter Heads, 3 "Ilumph," ropllod the humorist. lo Oflfeta exceptional advantages to young Indies and gntlc-me- n f 03 Thrice-a-wee- k moved away they practically left nor "It will bo tho first idea you ever 1a Bill Heads, Statements, log cabin had. You spend thing but the little desiring n comolete education nt small cost. i New Y most of your tlmo in which Abe was born, and which destroying the good ideas of others." Bulldlugs.trong Faculty, Cheap Board; Keferenre Libra-r- j Circulars, Business Cards, lv. , lleHlthlul Ucatlon, Refined and stands to day practically as it was In "Woll, that may bo; although you Intellectual CommuDodgers, Visiting Cards, 1809, when the child was born. A never havo any ldoa to destroy, see. nity, Supiorts a Lecture Course. m Wedding- Invitations, Horse Dills, son of Richard Cieal is the County Ing as you get thoso which you havo SPKCIAI. FACILlTIRS FOR PRHPARATION ?i OF from Joo Miner's joko book nnd tho Judge of LaRue. Teachers Review and Normal Training classes in session Prescription Blanks, Jack Bills. roi old almanacs." 0 n HI t all times, besides six other exhaustive and complete Mr. Hayes, the venerable owner of THE FASH, FIELD AND FIRESIDE COLONY. "Oh, well, let's have your idea." course 0 study. the comfortable little hotel in Hod We court Investlvatlon. P!l "To tell the truth, ft was sug. A happy, prosperous community In Send lorn caialojue and judge far yourself where the IlItST educa-tlo- n gevllle, told me th it his uneedors coated tome bv vou." the must delightlul part vl the State first-clas- s can be obtained for the LItAST MONItY. knew the Lincolns very well. In aw l thought as much, and yet fend forcopy of 3 Address " all comiuunitious to speaking of them he said: "When you say " TheNnb.Trnil.Clrrrn CiMcrlinlii;,Vla "Don't bo In too big a hurry. the Llncolns lived here they spelled 3 their name 'Linkhorn,' and my aunt, You haven't heard my Idea." (D "What is It?" Hodgonvillo, Kentucky. who was eighty-luti- r years of age Courier-Journ- al "I havo invented a punctuation when site died, ulways referred to mark for humor. It is Intended to Mrs. Thomas Lincoln as 'Nancy show the reader whero to laugh. In iaKanaixastsitvxjtmaiictraaaeiset Linkhorn.' She knew her very well olden times, you know, the point of T3LSQBAPH7, PEHUAlfSEIP, ETO. There seems to bs m public record tho joko usod' to bo printed In italics. Nowadays thore Is no way to show that Thomas Lincoln owned the place where he lied. People seems to tho point, and as many of the jokes, think they were poar movers or quat- - such as yours, havo no Doint It la HKKNANDO COUNTV, irapossioio 10 Who doslros to better his or hor condition in life, shonld wrlto for ters, but I have been told that Lin 1ffilra Vim T print the nolnt In OHOOKSVltLE, IlQRNANDO, IfOTRt, onAn4 U tho Catalogno of tho ,oo for lh. coin did agree to pay X Winter Health Resort Thejlie Tbo Republican and tho Louisville Commercial..,. 61. 25 mm, uui wrti BO ,,u0. mil e cuuiu ginning and nt tlio end of every. T " . Ann fTTTTT.n nmnm.nm VM... .to tmuu uuuxuviljliB, KY. .. uuii iui9c nic iuuuc iiiiu rvcimjdity thlnff supposed to bo funnv. so that f for an' who nre nrctt'' wl"' F''nin " anil HemIWeekly 1.50 .. " ' left for Knob creek. For yeari the trio roaclor mav bo Drerjarod to nary, lung throat or client troubled " and Serai. Weekly . . . 1.75 people about here had foigotlcn llmt laugh wbon ho bogins to read nnd write for booklet: al.o inr livt of valuable lands and liiiuus for wtiitin " and New York Tribuno 1.25 know when ho has rooched RI.P.AN-- S Lincoln was born In their tuli'st. toU-cc-o nnd it is time to laugh. It would land growing corn. f " Louisvillo Daily Tost and 2 75 CHtif. mange aril all nits ott, "When he was President he Imp bo usod llko Quotation marks. I Propeity nt remarkably low prices pened to say in an interview tl at he would suggest that tho mark bo two Addicts, J. Watkin'8 I.kk, P'l'fal was born In a log cabin in I.aRne llttlo squaroa placed abovo the lino, REQUUTC THC ffVVT'i Ilrmiksville, Hi. filtittrit connty, and this ci'led to mini the nnd I shall call it by my name. STOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. fact that the Llncolns who lived here What do you think of that for an Hurry Sommers, who v is chairfor Nnle were the parents ol the President. I Idon? It was suggested by your TAIlL'Lr. mn U. VM man of the state campiign com ml lie, as A scholarship in the Ixlngton BUI....M, f" "a think almotec jbody had 'ogolten stuff, thoI told you." J,,,"4k,,V?,u",-B,"'.e'- ii"M i Dut is opposed to fusion with the Popu- Business College. A scholarship Jn U..rTrklM, DLMl.m, II .4 V.a.UlUa, humorist had given tho When the President was shot I copy It 4,7 l)...l.rr, llrt., reader n look of ecorn and had lists in Hardin county, and pelitious Bryant and Stratton Business College. rJ.r. r ill. Ilaaut, Um ..4 U.w'oU. ( , . remember my old aunt nljing that vanished. Chicago Times-Heralttfnn. T.l. A...... H.v, . ju,ra CIIEAM HAT.M i.i.o.ltlTocnro. are being circulated asking the com- A cholraship In King's Commercial Ihjmoiji.llo.Uooii.uH;Uii, j,ili i AppIlBtoth. nsjttlli. IIUqalcklr.bMrtxd. to F.O AUSTIN. M'g'r, she knew Nancy Linkhorn when her oent. Drcrgl.U or (if mU IwrTwi. W.jrV. mittee, which was dominated by Soiu. College, A scholarship in Kenyon unplti 10c. br tHnl "What was 531 West Mnrkot Stroot Uc- KLV .1 Grst baby was born. There Is just' . Usclossnt Home. W.rri Bt, Ww Tort mill. lmoTIlBllS, College. all tho rumpus In tho noxt dat?" tuers, to meet again and consider the THE RIPAN8 CHEMICAL CO.. Apply at thisoQIceand we will save one soul living around here who u arnecs sntcrr, mwiouc crrr. "It was that football rusher's wlfo vote by which the Populists were you big money, twnon5thnndOth, Wo would be girt. I tn hive out played with little Ab: when he livrd trying to got him to wa',1. tho baby given the bounce. Summers will in Kentucky. Tlut in uncle Austin to sleep. "Detroit Proo Press. f lend, cnlt and rinew their Fnf Nnle . resign from the county committee ' o.A.o-roxi.x.vA drsitable farm of one bundled GoliaUer, who lives some mi tlou. out and light the fusion if It is made. Dad milk Is bad beoauso It irrfg Mtvtntcd near Hartford, well from Hodgenvllle on Knob creek. This thing ol a (union is not what it an unduo proportloa of a gotxl oielied, two hundred He Is ninety-onyears old, Islpoisess-cWo how ju.'t n i Ived lirge lot f f wttrtd trees, good is cracked up to be, and somebody casolno; whllo tho allowanco of sugar bearing kKRR bulldlngs.and In of all bis serines and I 'mlclity and butter la gets hurt every time It is fooled with new lob t) 1. u jmr orders good community. i AND For lutther parCmnKS: disproportionately Tbe Floating Studiois at :tock,.oit -- Owtnaborow Press, T can tel you V u had bet I T. 0 IAKUR. ivrjub Printing, imalL , ticulars call at this office at once, tf father. pain-distort- ed You Can Get It! f farm for alcentury. A Chicago gentleman who visited the farm with me purchased a beautiful old-tit of intricate design made by a member ot the Greal family on the Lincoln place years ago. I was quite content to negotiate for the old candlesticks and snuffers that were supposedly made by Lincoln's bed-quil- '"I have some water in my carteeu. You are welcome to drink If you'll come here,' said the Confederate, who had leedly raised his head from the ground to look at his late enemy when he heard his pitiful cry for water. "'I couldn't move to save my life," groaned the Federal os he dropped his head to the ground, while his whole bod quivered with agony. "Then I beheld an act of heroism which held me spellbound until it was too late for me to give the asslt-anc- e 1 should have rendered. The Confederate lilted his head again and took another look at his wounded foe and saw an expression of tender pity come over his face, as Jno 0. Wood, chairman; .T. V. William Wilkerson, who was for many years Jailer ol Payette county Dompsey, II. 8. Irwin. Secretary-Sam- uel F, lirown. related to a Lexington Leader contriCONOltES'IO.VAL. butor the following pathetic incident Senators Hon. William 0. LiniN of heroism vhich he witnessed shortly after the battle nt Richmond, Ky., say, linn. J. (J. S. Blackburn. Jirpreeoutatlvo Fourth District in 1862: Hon. John W. Lewis. "A son of my friend, Hon. Cassius STATE lXdISr.ATUHB. M. Clay was killed in the fight at Senator Hon. A, D. James. Richmond, and it was made my duty Representative Ohio County Hon. to visit the battlefield to identity the 0. M. Barnett. body and take it to his father's home. While riding slowly over the scene of OHIO COUNTY. the battle I heard groans, which I cihcuit' couirr. was sure came from a cornfield near Hon, W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens- at hand. Looking down the corn boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney rows I soon discovered two wounded soldiers lying about forty jards apart Owensboro. T. II. Bleok, Jailer -t- lurtlord. One was a Federal nnd the other a G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. Confederate. A Cannon ball had brokB. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner en and terribly mangled both of the Harllord. Confederate's legs, while the Federal (.. is Likens, IrusteoJurr Fund I was shot through the body and thigh Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, Shoriff Harlfonl. "Iani dying lor water,' I heard the Federal say just as I discoverd Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joo Roberts, Fordsnlle; Thos. R. them. His words sounded as If they Bishop, Ccntortown; S. T. Slovens, came from a parched mouth. Cromwell. I IsotN.Vucotisi. JUivt Sal- - norlfincfal. (&I OF SIGNATURE IS ON THE jiatfttfadOrSCfcnxnxMa WRAPPER OF EVEBY v BOTTTiE ADCifcctncmcdv-forConsIlivi- OE1 llon, Sour Slonwch.Diorrhocn, WonTB,Connilstons.tcvcnsiv noes cndLoss of Sleep. Onitotli li sit is la il IctllM tmlr. It li net 1J la balk. Iioa't Uot tajest to nil Tot tnjUlng tlM ea tt .let tr prcrmli. tut II 11 jmt li good" ana vlU taivu wy tar- Be pon." 701 gt Tlifu- - Tac Simile Signature ot NEW "YORK. tit SXACT COPT Of VR A PPCn . ' i!rutui( II nmUi 'J&c&U HUT VTIfllf. tin Court convenes first Monday in March and Augustnnd continues three weeks. nd third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COURT. KING'S M1EHL 033. SlO. h DOOK-KUHl'IK- COLLEGE A SHORTHAND INSTITUTE John P. Morton, Judgo Harttord! S. E, Cor. 5th and Karkot Sts, Louisvillo, K. D. M. Hocker. Clerk Hartford. lEl2CLf3CtJOLOG J3t- E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday In ABonla the ber-- t facilities for thoiouj-practical tralnluff In SHORT. each month. HAND, TYPEWRITING and Success njaured In COURT. QUARTEIILY Terms moderate. THREB MONTHS. 1'uplls assisted to I'OWTJONB iSORins on tho third Monday in when competent. 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