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Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature SOOTHE is no f There 10 full word The Haeteoed Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARTY IK TEE FODRTfl 318ss lOTJJ'P"r, tlttOtt -- AStChr.cnv.'.d id Mother 8 tfsfiarffi VOL. IX. HAHTFOED, KY., FRIDAY, MAltCH 5, 1897. BRAWL. mi. COKGRESSIOKAL TXSr tt v am t ip.rtu ni good tr.fywilt.il trttt. Lainc kroa by Livm KIO0- v ...-ra- p.tl.nt wnrNI LATOR. in.rottr '' rtun m '' t 1 .1 ll. .,.1 tit DISTRICT. dice, nilloutatrtrka. 8ICK UBADACJtB.Collo. Spirits, SOUK STOMACH, U.prtiilen Htartbttrn, to Thlt tmrlTIlJ f.tntay I. Far OYSPRrSIA, CONSTIPATION, Th. Ch.aptil, Pnrnt and Dc)t I P. mil ftl.dlcln.la tb. World la. N0.32. Na-ti'- warrant.d not to contain a tingle partlela ef Mikcuby. ir any mineral tnbttance, but It containing then Sotilh.rn Root, ami Herb e whteh ao ProrMenee hat placed hi eenntrlee where Liver Dleeaeei moat prevail It tolll cure all Dlfae caused by Derange-mi- nt of the Liver and ItoMcll. The tJVMrrroMS o( Llv.r Complaint are a . In the moethi Pain In the bitter or bad Book, Side, or Joint, often mletaken tot Rhco-natliSour Stoaiathi Lou el Appetite; IleMacbej llou.lt alternnt.lv coetlve and Loea of Memory, with a painful eeoeetlon of having- failed to do something which ought to have be.n don.; Debtlltyi Low Spirits, a thick eppearanoe of Byte, dry Iellow often ml.i eken the Skin aadpUifl. for Contain Font. times many ot these eymptoats attend the disease, at others very few; bat the Liven It generally the teat of the disease, and If not Regulated In time, great suffering, wretehed-aet- e and DEATH will ensue. The 'ollowlng highly esteemed persons SUeit to the vtrtvca of Bltnmont Liver Regulator) ben. u 19 rioii, rres. ua. b. w. k. jvwo.i kit. I- II. Pelder, Perry, Oa.t Col. B K. Sparks, Al-any, Ua. I Matterton,nsq .Bherln Bibb Co., ti. lion, Al.s.nd.rItsII. Btenh.nL "We have tctted virtues, personally, and knoir that for llytpepsla, Biliousneiis and Throbbing Headache It le the best medicine the world ever saw. We tried forty other remedies before Slmtnona Liver Regulator, but none gavo ut more than temporary relief j but tho Kegu lator not only r.ll.ved, but cured us." Ed. TlLtORiril AND MEsiEitoIR, Macon, Oa. MAMjrACTURED ONLY IT J. II. ZGlLIN CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PURELY VKGBTAULII, Friend cJrcnd, guffcr' or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but Expectant Mother is enabled to look forward without the MOTHER'S FRIEND "My wlfo suffered more In ten minutes with either of Iter other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of 'Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to nny on exporting to a MOTIIKU," soys ft customer. IUndehson Dalk, Cartnl, Illinois. be-co- Or Druggist! t II 00, or sent hj mill on receipt of title. Write for book conululne tef llmonlali ana Taluablo Information fur all Motuors, Xrto. Th BrsJfUU Etmlilor Co., Atlanta, G. . Poland WW of m Fair View Herd (Jhinas, Pigs In pairs not akin. Como and seo ray Stock, or write your wants. Prices reasonable. 11 Cm J. O. WELJA Beaver Dam, Ky. m Louisville Dsntal Co.. m ' '" tJ A 1 OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $ 5 to f 7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 llest set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . JS Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c extracting, pet tooth 25c PaIiiUm extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting (ree when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanent , ly located 4W.M.at. Subscribe for The Republican mid get all the news. .Wanted-- An my triDijw .Protect yor CO Writ ifilJN WEUDEltUUUN oH m;, wiiituton, I. o- - for tblr il.8u rritaAttor mU ml ct two handrw utouUoiu wuiCod, Wi thr Idea SS wnu Ptot - HOW TO FIND OUT. l'ill n bottle or common water glass with mine and let it stand tweiy-foti- f hours; a sendtment ol settling indicates a diseased condition ot the kid neys. When mine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney tiouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of otder. WHAT TO DO. proprietors ol this paper gTJ&TO atee the genuineness ol this of- lcr. 37 iyr. lie There Is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys liver, bladder and every part of the urinary pas sages. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in parsing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up runny times during the night to urinate. The mild and the extraordinary eflect of Swamp Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent Iree by mall, mention ThbIIarti'ord RurunucAN nd your full address "JCilmer & Co., Biiichamton, N. post-offi- TASTELESS two hi three iroM ,a " druf b"'"8"v hare peruhee of ll n artiele th.i KT.r sold jour Toaic is. sutn universal .sue Yours tnilr, XMUaa as jLBHir.OAU A Co. (Uiatu, iixs., Not. m, IMS. rarliMedlelneCo., Bt Urals, Mo. Wo miM lui jeer, toulea at (lentleoieni 10 uj bare miurira TiSTKLiisa emu ton In .11 ovr ex. already this year. COO WARRANTED. PRICE .rs, tonic: ISJU8TA8 GOOD FOR ADULT3. GO eta. For sale by Williams & Bell. burned to travel along in the middle of the road, even In the rear, without snapping nnd snarling. Butler, Roulle, Rosenheimer, PadGets gett, Fernaudez, Rankin, etc , have His all become suddenly mluMIc-oMli- e road Pops again. They want another In by chance to deliver the goods, no doubt. It is evident that fusion having (ailed thereis little respect among the der TAMtiNM iionsi:, or covrmn. feated for fusion leaders. This same Counorgan, in speaking ot Popocratlc The Owensboro Press sayst A Chairman Jones, says that he "t taking a hand against the Populists in gentleman who lives in Western Kentucky informs tfaeHvenlng Press of an Idaho. The Democrats should take Interesting incident that does not In the Jackass Tones or have his 11 seem to have gotten into the papets, clipped. He defeated Bryan by I An Artlcl Cornalthough the prominence ol the par- tomfoolery nnd han't sene ciioit VT ties would f eem to have assused a to ruu n cane mill, much less a fta different result. ty." Times. A lew days ago Jo Dlackburn was Itenfrira. Onnnol be t'nrcd Evorym Froo Silvomo in Chamberlain's, a famons Washing-hostelerby local applications as they cannot That and was up pretty lively. reach the diseased portion oi the oar. Shotwi Road. There was a gay arowd with him in There is onlv one wav to cure desif pliilatlty, and, as ncss, nnd that Is by coniUtutlorJW'j'' ,. , various stages of r nsuai,JowflsjpfngTiAlllhetoIkJng. Tearanosv ueanium is'ibusou oy on Com parti liiitrj-With' Dy and by Henry B. Dlxey, known inflamed condition Of the inucnus Iiu theater-goe- rs as Ing of the Eustachian Tube. When to Owensboro tho Froo Silver "Adonis," and Nat Goodwin, another this tube is inflamed you have a tumCountries. actor, dropped In. bling sound or imperfect hearing, and Jo's subject was horse and their when it is entirely closed, Deafness is breeding, which he assumed to know the result, and unless the inflammar. PARALLEL. "Lexington," tion can be taken out and this tube A 'DEADLY all, same as he said, "the greatest horse that ever restored to its normal condition, put a hooi on the earth, was by Bos- hearing will be destroyed forever; Some interesting facts have come ton, out of Alice Corneal." nine cases out of ten are cauied by to the surface in Washington within mistaken, Senator." said Catarrh, which is nothing but an "You arc the past few dsys relating to the alDixey, with a sly smile. "Leglng-to- n condition of the mucous surleged prosperity of the silver-nsinwas by Boston and out of Confaces countries. The arcument so often cord or Bunker Hill, I forget which." We will give One Hundred Dollars "You are a damned fool," retorted for any case of Deafness (caused by presented during the campaign by the the irate Senator. "You don't know catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's friends of the free and unlimited any more about horses than you do Catarrh Cure. 'Send for circulars; coinage of silver, to the eflect that there was greater prosperity In the acting, and that ain't a dammed free. silver using countries than elsewhere thing." F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. is being repeated with variations. An then they mixed up. The senSold by Druggists, 75c. e There is nothing, however, like atorial mug was pounded to a Hall's Family Pills are the best. practical experience and the study of poultice in no time, and Adonis Liberty r Death. these things from theclose standpoint punches got two or three right-han- d The Populist party is like the brave of personal investigation snd examithat left marks under his eye, Goodcolor bearer and the Democratic party nation. win attempted to Interfere, but just' is like the cowardly colonel in the Senator Galinger has just presented as he did so a couple of glasses in the war story now going the rounds of in Congress a letter bearing upon hands of the furious fighters smashed this The Union array was subject, from a gentleman who has together and his band was caught be- the press. storming Ft. McAlister nnd Billy, the traveled extensively all over tween them A terrible wound was the color bearer, held the flag far in ad- world, Including Asia, South Amerimade In the palm of his hand, which vance right under the enemy's guns, ca, Central America, as well may possibly leave him a cripple. as Euwhile the rest of the regiment had rope, and has studies there subjects. About this time two or three ol the wavered and fallen back a hungred Thst letter, written by a practical, Senator's iriends put in their oar and yards or more. intelligent American who has visited the fight was stopped. A cab was "Bring back the colors of the regi- these silver-usin- g called ami Jo was supported to it and countries and the colonel. "Bring people, is of more practical value to taken home. A doctor came and ment!" shouted the your regiment up to the flag!" bravedressed Goodwin's band, Oixey sent the American workingmen nnd the ly answered the boy amidst the crash out and got a bottle of arnica for his farmer than acres of flowery speeches and roar ol the guns. bruises and asked for a bill of the or able editorials from people urging This is the brave reply the Popudaraaces. The manager figured that the free coinage of silver from selfilsh are making to their Democratic reasons and not from conviction about $160 would cover it, and Adonis lists allys in the recent campaign who founded wrote bis check for that amount. upon personal observation. nawere too cowardly to storm the The matter was suppressed in the The letter is as follows: tional bank stronghold, and are now Washington papers, nnd Jo kept close I herewith inclose you a memorrUreating toward the gold wing of for a day or two under application of andum of the population of the South Democracy. Democrats, bring your beefsteak and oysters, and no one America States seventeen in all. tanks up to the Populist banner and knew about the memorable scrapt exThere is a population of about forty Free Republic. let us have liberty. cept those who witnessed or took part millions in these countries. Their Ml Rimr.vi:. in it. currency is Mexican silver, and every The largest Republican convention one of those countries are bankrupt Dr. Bell's Pluc Tar Honey acts as a ever held at this place was held here They have no credit In Eubalm to the lungs, cutting the mucus, last Saturday week and was called to rope or America. You could not sell allaying the lufUmation, healing and order by Dr. Meador The Repubthe bonds of many of them for 12 strengthening. It is sure to do you licans seem to be very welt pleased cents on the dollar. The exchange good oinnotdo you harm. Thous with the gentleman that have been for gold In some of the places ijfeoo been benefitted by its use. nominated to the different offices. ands have to 400 per cent. I invested about For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Now, brother Republicans, we must $70,000 in Santo Dominyo some eight all take a part and do what we cin to years ago; Orl Hid ol II Now. it is not worth The greatest foe to the People's elect them in November. $10,000. When my investments earn Mrs. Christian Grant and Mattie $2 Party is this Silver Dem30 in Mexican silver I only get $1 ocratic party. Bverybody knows that Sharp, of near Hartford, have been In gold for it. I received last month visiting relatives in this part this $350 Rnld draft on New York nnd my the reform element cannot unite under tne name Democrat, and the soon- week. agent paid $775 (Mexican) for it. The Born to the wife of M. S. Grant n Argentine Republic is brankrupt; er we can sweep it out of existnnce To the wife of John Stone a Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Costhe better it will be lor the reform girl. movement. Defeat in the coming boy. To the wile ot Rosco Stone a ta Rica, Ecuator, Guatemala, are all election would surely wreck it and girl. A RaruBMCAN. bankrupt; Haytl Is beyond bankiupt. Democracy wonld be a thing of the Honduras Nicarague, Paraguy, Peru, Slnlilna; Lincoln I'resciilnble. past. All Silver men would then In narrating "When Lincoln was Santo Domingo, San Salvador, Uruunite under the bannerol the People's First Inaugurated," in the March guay, Venezuela, are all in a state of Patty or come together under a new Indies, Home Journal, Stephen Fiske bankruptcy. Now, with these forty nameauddevice. The reform element writes interestingly of the memorable millions of inhabitants, if they were will never get together nny other way. Journey Irom Springfield Illinois, to to send five millions dollars of bonds IgHPIduty of the People's Party to the National Capital, and tells of Mrs. to the United States or Europe they Vr 'ly and all parties that stand Lincoln's efforts to have her husband could not net 10 cents on the dollar .Ay or prevent the reform look presentable when receiving a on them. movement from uniting. II we can delegation that was to greet them They have beeu made poor, first, power of both upon reaching New York City. secure the because they manufacture nothing but county nnd stateand at the same "The train stopped," writes Mr1 what grows on the top of the ground; time sweep away our stumbling block, Fiske," and through the windows second, because they have no currenfor the sake of the reform movement, immense crowds could be seen; the cy which the world has any confiwe should do it nnd do it now. cheering drowned the blowing off dence In. It is Mexican Mlver, and farmers Journal. steam of the locomotive. Then Mrs. it Is almost impossible for a man to Lincoln opened her hand bag and do business in these countries on acThere is nothing so good for the Bald: count ot the depreciation of the curcoughs and colds f the ahildred and You buy a barrel ol flour in ' "Abniham, I must fix you up a rency. babies 03 Dr Bull's New York for 3.50, nnd ship it out bit for these city folks,' It cures croup, whooping cough, cold "Mr. Lincoln gently lifted her upon there to Santo Domingo, for instance in the head and gives sweet, refreshand it sells for $18.00 Mexican. the sent btlore htm; she Parted coming sleep Chlldrun love, it old peo- bed aud brushed his hair aqd nrmug-d- e I here quote the prices of some of ple like it Good druggists sell it. the goods on which they live there bis black necktie For sle b 7. Wayne Griffin & Bro. '"Do I look nice now, mother?, he Tho computation Is In Mexican silver: affectionately asked. m.iiti.vo. ' "Well, you'll do, Abraham,' re- - ' Salt pork, 30 cents per pound. Health is good in this community. One pound C sugar (made there), to So he God has clnimwl five people in our plied Mrs Lincoln critically. cents. vicinity as his own in the pant two kissed her and lifted her down from One barrel flour, $18 the seat, nnd turned to meet Mayor ' One pound salt beef, 50. oents. months, 35 Wool, courtly and suave,' and to une pouna 11am, 50 cenjs. There was n s.ile at Mrs D.uilel One pound cheese. 50 cents. Maddox's last Saturday wnefc. Prop have his hand shaken by the other One pound potatoes, 12 i cents New York oliioiois." erty sold at a fair price One pound rice, 10 cents. Mr J. T. Roe, of near Center-towOne pound on lorn, 20 cents. Thousands suffer from Catarrh or Is vliitinu Mrs It R. Cuksbler cold One box (5 pounds) herriugs, socts. in head and have never tried the this week. One pound codfUh, 15 to so cents. leinedy There is no longer popular Miss Nora Moore was thrown Irom nny excuse; as a 10 ceut trial size of One tin ooal oil can (5 gal ) $3. a horse and badly hutt. The workingmen earns from 8octs niy's Cream Oalin can be had of your Rev Dunks preached i Union druggist or we null it for 10 cents. to $1 a day; that Is what I pay then. Grove last Sunday. A man could only buy two pounds ot Full size 50 cents MUI.K Drivrk. BLYBR03.,56WarreuSt.,N Y.CIty. cheese for n day's work ,or two pounds "Mutton Butler," says the PopuIt would take him eighteen A friend advised me to try Bly's or ham list organ, the free Reputillc, spits Cream Balm and alter using it six and a half days to earn a barrel of out a vicious thrust Tom Watson, weeks I believe mysell cured of ca- flour, if he got$t a day nnd if we had charging that Watson preferred the tarrh It is a most valuable remedy. free silver In the United States we Stewart, 614 Graud Avenue, election of McKlnley to Br) an, which Brooklyn, N. Y. would be just as badly off as they are. is a lie. The fusion cat's paws are Every man would have to pay twice becomlug dssptrate. They can't deas much lor bis goods and get the ! n same wages lie docs now, and there liver the goods they sold and their llmlti turr ffUtU.( arc too sore nnd badly would be nothing left but starvation, 'cat's H BAR-ROO- FRJ51' SILVER. Senator Blackburn Face Punched an Actor Washington. Some Facts Showing the Wages and Bnices In Free If "Silver tnies. - eSFu of Sense - Jk - 1 'oiirg6 well-kno- free-silve- ed g beef-stak- C.i"tuaek for a scat in Congress for tl 10th district of Tecnnesec, shows how elections arc conducted in the Both of these men arc 8 tth. or at least claim to be; Col Patterson being a sound money Demr ocrat, and Cnrmack one of t!je tree silver variety. The proof taken by Patterson, shows conclusively that tli' must flagrant frauds were perpetrated. At many precincts more votes were counted for Cnrmack than theie wtc legal votes in the election pre-ci- 'tt t. At other places were Patterson received majorities, his vote was counted and returued for Carmack. No denial of these charges is made by Cannnck,, He says that the recent election was no more fraudulent than any since 1874, and that Patterson lu , in the past been elected over Res publicans by the very same fraudulent methods, and Jhat he ought not to complain now. This evidence has bun brought out by the contest between two Democrats and Republicans have nothing to do with it, Democrats in some states ate elected not by votes but by the counting process, and when Democrats fall out among themselves the people find out the truth. The crime against a free bel-land a fair count, is a very grave one, ns it strikes at the very foundation of a Democratic form of govern-m- e nt. The laws can not be too rigid on this point, and they should be enforced to the letter. Good citizenship everywhere should condemn most severely any crime against snfferage. llardinspurg Leader. Dem-o--At- Wt do not know whit p iverty is In two parties as wp do, we need no one this country at alt Wt- - pw our peo- to dictate to us ns to how we should ple more wages than any other vote. in the world, and tliav are better As for Mr. Baltzell not getting the oil than any other N itlnn in the nomination for Jailer, that don't lessworld. en his loyalty to the Republican party In the lona.t. For he is aware of The evidence taken In the contest the fact that there were eight or ten Of fosiah Patterson against E' W. white men who were aspiring for the same nomination ho dl I not carry a single precinct Must they nnd thtir friends renounce the Republican party because some other man was the choice of the party? Nay, verily! Mr. f Baltzell will not lor he is too wise nod conservative for t'lAt. The Democrats think there are a few Republicans in the partv who can be scared to death by their howling negro domination, and had Mr. Baltzell been nominated they hoped to have run them from the party in that way. Since he was not nominated they are trying to decoy the negro from the party by calling for negro equality But we see tht? clovejiojJpoj li PROFESSIONAL CARD. in.A n, OASTOniA. 2 mz& The llernld Cnlirtl Down, In the last week's Herald our friend, Mr. Jack Shultz, of Prentis, seemed to have been confused as to the position oi the Republicans toward Mr. Baltzell. I alike him was born a slave, but was not old enough to It in all its horrows; unlike him however, I did not spend all my young and best days laboring and toiling for a cruel and exacting task master, hence I fail to see the similarity of those days and what he terms political slavery oi and cannot agree with him tnat we shouted too soon for having been liberated from that dreadful incubus human slavery. My friend's theory is that we have only been really free a few years slncn immanclpation and they were the yvm when we were not allowed the right of franchise. Says he: "We have been held as political slaves.and for thirty years have been driven to the polls under party lash and voted as other men dictates." If this is a fact unfortunately It is largely our own fault, for we should be able to exercise our franchise according to the diet .tes of our own conscience. For if we are not capable of governing ourselves lu that time we will be dictate 1 to by some party, and if not by the Republicans it will be the Democrats; so we should not censure the Republican party for doing what we plainly conceive to be their duty. When we place the good deeds of the Democratic party, as a party, by tin- - side ol those of the Republicans. Tl' deeds of the Democrats dwindle away into insignificance nnd we are forced to ask where they ate. Every measure the Republicans have ever enacted for the good of the they had to combat with the Democrats for every inch of grouna they gained. They have opposed every good and progressive measure proposed by the Republican years. paty for the last thirty-si- x When the Republicans declared that tb- - Union must and should be pre-s- eed, the Democratic party opposed it. When the Republican party men and money to crush the Rf ' ellion, the Democratic party opposed it. When the Republican party proposed the amendments which turned slavery to freedom and chattels to manhood, the Democratic party pposed them. When the Republican party proposed to pay tvery dollar ol the debt contracted in honest money, the Democratic barty it. When the Republican party proposed to protect every American citizen in the untrameled exercise ol nis political rights aud franchise, the Democratic party opposed it. But there was n time when they did not oppose making man catchers of fellowman. '.Vheu n poor woman with her child r f n her bteast, should escape from fe of drugery, toll nnd degradation ti In Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee or Kentucky with no guide ns she 01 ised marshes and rivers, hills and tn untains, but the stars that shone above her, and finally when she stood ii sight of Canada, the land of I lee-d- o ai, with her eyes turned heaveward, raining down tears upon her emaciated bosom, the Democratic party did not fail to declare that any white man should have the right to snatch hir from the sight of freedom and drag her and her helpless babe back to the chains of slavery and despair. The Democratic party practiced and sane-- ti ued this inhumanity. Then knowing the history of the wit-ne- rs y, pro-po-x- xl IIARTFOrti), KY. Will practice his profession in uGh' same old Demraies they were in '60, and adjoining counties, and conrt of Anneals. when the devil turns preacher we colfections. Special attention given t" Offico cast side of pur); will cease to be religious, we don't square. propose to follow him So in order Shklby Taylor to be on the safe side we will do what M. L. Heavrin. HEAVRIN & TAYLQB, the Democrats tells us not to do My friend Mr. Shultz may not have been approached with those things, but if HARTFORD, KY. he has not there are not as shrewd politicians in Prentis as we have In Perry Westerfield, Hartford. I claim that Mr. Baltzell's candidacy was allttle premature while Beater Dam, Ky. I shall never admit t lint was not com petent In every way to fill the posiIt. R. WEDDING tion for I cannot leave the path of ins tegrity to the extent of asserting any Haktfobd, Ky. thing that Is not true, in fact nor theWill practico bis profession in all ory, opportunities develop geniuses tho courts of Ohio and adjoining that otherwise would never be heard counties. Also Notary Public Office, iu Commercial Hotel. of. Alexander swayed the world because he had the opportunity. And 2&. a negro will hold office iu Ohio county when he has an opportunity, but that time has not not come yet. So HARTFORD, KY. brother Shultz let us not try to be Will practice his profession in all th Iconoclasts and attempt to destroy the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties grand old party, but let us put our Careful attention will bo given to a business shoulder to the wheel and do alt we lections entrusted to his care. Col a specialty. Office over Ohio P- A. Gary. can for its success. County Bank. Alto Notary Public. S.- - The Herald pubrefused to P E3., 3E?- lish this article without curtailing it (Connty Attorney) "to two sticks," and allowing them to say what should go in it. Thus they try to suppress everything that HARTFORD, KY. will give light on the subject. Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn P. A. G. ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courtho e' protruding' ' frWu - sder--lhthe cover, and know they are the piiY t m Kttorneys at Law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, a. BisasrEia?, Attorney at Law, - PJEIjaLX Attorney at jCslW. JNO. B. WILSON, Republican The and Louisville Commercial both one year Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col" making &., also Notary Publto lor Ohio County. Offico North side of public square. for $1.25. Wanted-- An brtuyou wv<a. Protect your Idea: they Writ JOHN WEDliEKliURX ts CO- - Patent Attorney.. Wtuhlrurton, D. Cn for the It tl,a priw offer uufuit ot two tuuulreU lsrsntlou waul 1 idea ny 11 Who eta think of tome mlmpla tMiur to Mtentr Damon and Pythias at Court Hall tomorrow night. See them. MAOAN. IlAnTFoitD, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offico wilh T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at Jaw R. E. LEESIMMEHMAN, Mr. F. W. Moseley will returned to Lexington to school the 34th. Mr. Jnraes Shively and Miss Agnes Crisp were married March and at St. Mary's Catholic Church at Whites. ville. tittle Mike Hagan is just recovering from very dangerous attack of brain fever and pneumonia. Mr. D. Russelberger, from Union county, is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. Caleb Brarman, Irom Daviess county, has moved Into our midst. Messrs. Novel Moseley and Caleb Boarman went to Owensboro last Wednesday. Back Woods Maw. Attorney at Law, HnRTPonD, Ky., protession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business onrrasted Oflico in RBcauQVAnr to his care. building. WU1 practice his J.B. VICKERS, Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all tho Courts oi Ohto aud adjoiniug counties. Speekl atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attornoy. ARMISTEAD JONES, Republican Tho and the St. .Louis Scmi-weekl- y Globe-Democrat Beware Of Mercury! Mr. Henry Roth, of 1848 South 9th Street, St. Couis, was given the usual mercurial treatment for contagious blood poison. He was twice pronounced cured, but the disease returned each time, he was seized with rheumatic nains. ' and red luruna and. gores1 cot- -- u. 1.1. crvu 111a wu;. "Iwas in a horrible flr" he ays, "and the 1 one year for $1.75. KISIIVB. I wakt every man and woman In the UnltM States Interested In the OpIBiu and Whisky habltl to have one ot 07 books on these Address 11. M. Woollcy, Atlanta, Oa., ilox B83, and one will be tent joa free. IVuiilavllle.llatitlerMHii o'ls duBKy. vl more treat- tl'r A New York specialist said he could cure me, but his treatment did KViWvlI'ljf me no irood ol whatever. I was stiff and lull so my left arm was useless pains, that I was unable to do even the lightest work. This was my condition when I began to take S. 8. 8., and a few bottles convinced me that I was I continued the being benefitted. medicine, and one doien bottles cured well. My system was me sound and under the effects of mercury, and I would soon have been a complete wreck but for B. 8. 8." 8. S. 8., (guarantetd purtl'j vegttablt) u tne oniy cure for real blood diseases. The mer- ment I received, the worse I seemed to get. West bout d L Louisville L Dinndcnlruiir . . 9 7 55 8 20 . 9 40 L Irvlngton . I, Stephenuott . . 10 m 85J 918 I. Cloverport . jo 47 I, HatTMville . . 11 12 9 44 L Owmsboro . . is 15 p mio 48 1 15 S3 Ar Henderson . . No. .u, No 43. daily daily Host bound ... . V HI Louie Hull. Kirrel JuneL No. 4 No. 41. daily tUily 7 55 a m 6 30 pm " 1 i, Heniiaou L, Onwboro h Uuwrwrille L h h L Mrandonburg .1118 639 Ar LtnrtavlHe- -. . U4jpm&w 1. J, II. II. IIBAVI.'ll OA KY. 0OIHO RAST. Local Freight No. sga n 6 00 a. m. No. 22s a 1 02 p. m. Mail No. 20a a 7 35 p. m Fast Mall OOINO WBBT . . , . . 8 . . . 9 Z6 Clompoit . . . S5 iHMilisnpott . . to 11 Irvlnston . . . to 51 . 730am 355 pm 3 35 sj 4 5 17 5 35 ii f 6U tisci: taiim; curial treatmentat- of the doctors wnva doea more harm than good. Beware of mercury I Books on the disease and Its treatment mailed free to any address by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ua. sss Fast Mall No. aoi a 7 17 a m No. 221 a 12 is p m. Mali I,ocnl Freight No. 291 a 3 as p m. II. Muurick, Agt. MtoMMWMMWM shows that the whole South banBY DISCOVERIES, ning to turn toward Protection and FORTUNES FRIDAY, MARCU 5, 1897. the day is not far distant when Somo That WirS Mad Entirely by Dof Grids Kontuaky and South- that O aiee. North nnd South will unite in upholern Ropubllonna In an hag set itfolf Offloo on Fox Stroot. Titrt Loulsvillo BinvARii ot falso prophecy; whloli Quicksilver was dlsoovorod by a ding the American system of Protecablo Spooch. Carnl-olharmonizer of tho lost tion to American Industries, and thus luoky olmnoe. A eoopsr, In iMiiert I'.trrjr frliliiy M llnrironl, Ky. can bo construed to mean: bownroof up a great having one evening placed a take the Tariff "out of politics" by free sllveritcs, both being ono and tho tribes of the Democratic party, and In addition to the untiring energy ..Editor. SAM A. ANDERSON now tub under a dropping spring, In and Ills nwHiming to read its tirnilo 8irao. Hon. John W. Lewis has displayed making it the settled policy ol the order to try If It would hold water, against both clomontso' the party and in behall ot his Subscription, $1.25 por yoar constituents, and the country.H:t. whon ha onmo In the morning found A characteristic of Mr. JJryan that it never fails to throw n broadsldo work he has accomplished for his It so heavy he could harJly movo 1L at llatttord Entered at the IS ON THE WAY. is to bo commended nud which ho lick for tho Populists. The Pott district, we find irom the Congrossl n as second class mail matter. At first he thought that the tub was did not possess threo months ago, is says: bewitched, but at last, perceiving a nl Record that he is also a ready and his silence "Itnch day separates more and more fearless defender of Kentucky on the Alroady Tho Busy Hum of shining fluid nt tho bottom, ho wont to Lnuboch nnd showed it to an the Democrats front their temporary floor of the Whools Is Hoard In against auy aud all npothoonry, who hnmodlatoly disIr will be the object and aim of tho allies, the Populists. Populism bas ImputationsHouse anyone may be rash Tho Land, that missed him with a small gratuity, to build done much to intimidate Democrats Republican administration enough to let escape him against it. in Kentucky. bidding him bring somo moro of tho up and repair what a Democratic "Populism is paternalism. Providence. R I , March I . Tl e same stuff whenever ho could meet The manuer in which lie forced a administration has torn down or de"Populism believes the government disclaimer fiom Mr. McCall, of Silver Soring Dteichcry began runwith it. This tho poor coopor frecan crate something out ol nothing. stroyed. alter he had let fall Irom ning on lull time toddy F01 the past quently did, bolng highly ploasod wants government rail"Populism with his good fortune till, nt ticket of this roads, government saving bank, gov his lofty position as a member from cljht months the plant his been run The Republican telrgraphs: it wants not a that State some unpleasant and unjust ning etitht hours a day. About 550 length, tho affair being mado pub- a county is composed of good men, eminent of limited power, but of lic, several persons formed republic remarks about Southern Republican., hands ate employed The Greene & into a fiocloty In ordor to qualified for the positions to which oligarchy, such as William, the War ItEPULlOAN TICKET. Mr. McCall disclaiming any iutention Daniels yarn mills, nt Central Fulls, search farthor Into tho quicksilver they aspire. There is no reason why Lord, has established in Germany. of applying them to Kentucky, is began on a sixty houts a week c!ied-uldeposits thus so unexpectedly dis"But the other iorcc in public any citizen should not voto for them. EloctlonNov. 2, 1897. today, after being on r has from Jefferson's time to worth reproducing from the Record. covered, and which woro destined to Cleveland's time been centered in the The contested election case of Yo- -t schedule since last summer. The become tho rlcliMt of tholr kind In is a good long time until No- Democratic patty. leffetson relied on County Judge, Job. A. Park. Kuropo. va. Tucker being under considera- company employs over a thousand vember; but becauso tho timo is long, these influence, relied on the opposiCounty Clerk, M. B. Kagland. Another important dlscovory is tion of the people to a strong govtrn-men- t, tion on the 2tst of January, Mr. Mc- persons. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Republicans should not wait to begin recorded to havo resulted from tho The mills of the Farwell Worsted to establish the republic, not Call, while addressing the House, County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. active work. unintentional application ot Intonso Now is the time to in. as a despotism, but as a true form of Company, employing 500 hinds, reused this language: "Now, Mr SpeakSherilT, 8. T. Stevens. heat Charles Goodyear had for Novor put ofTtill modern Democracy. Fon Rogers. School Superintendent, er, I think we ought at this late day sumed operations today, alter a long years oxporlmontcd in vain, hoping "On these same influences must to do justiceby thepeopleof Virginia. period of what can be done to day Jailer, Tbos. H. Black. curtailment. to doprlvo India rubber of its suswe rely for the of Assessor G. 1). Royal. The Kent Woolen Company, f ceptibility to tho action of heat and Cuban question is now a the republic on the Jeffersonlan prin- We have for years here attempted to The Coroner, L. W. Hunt. ciples; a free man, n free press, a free bnitd up the Republican party in the Centeivllle, and a number ol sinnlltr coM. Conversing with a friend on source of much concern to the AmerSurveyor, N. Moxlcy. church; peace at houie.resoect abroad; South by seating this man and that plants are making preparations to tho subject, ho emphasizod nu asican people. Fortunately lor Ameri- the utmost liberty ot the individual, sertion by throwing a pleco oTf sulman and by patronage, and the result start their machinery. phured rubbor across tho room. It ca, Thursday, ushered in aa adminis- consistent with order; stable laws and Announcomonts. is that they display their chid vitaliWork fur 1,300 lighted upon the stove, and when ho Tor HrprcucnIMIrc. tration that will uphold and protect free commerce with all natlors; en- ty and strength in our National Retangled alliances with none. New Haven. Conn , March 1 -- The picked It up a fow days nfterward We are authorized to announce tho flag both at homo and abroad, on principles are a ontagon publican Conveutlons, rwere they L, Candee Company, manufacturers ho found tho Intense heat to which R. A. BYERS , istic to Populism as to Republican-tho land, on the sea. generally appear with as many differ- of rubber footwear, today resumed it had beon subjected hod eonforrcd There can be no mote kinship ism. As a candidate for Representative operations in their big plnut. alter an upon tho India rubber just tho Democracy and Populism ent delegationns as there nre candiOhio county, subject to the acfrom There is much difference between between than between Democracy and Repub-licls- dates for the Preslaency. I say what idleness of about twj months. By quality he had so long striven to tion of the Republican party. tho free silverites of and three to the Republicans of the South now Wednesday the full complement of impart ideait of using gas as bolng To-dWe are authorized to announce months ago. he is a quiet Tho "Last year, In Natioual and State need is to be treated upon robust prin- 1,200 hands will probably be at work. lighter than air for balloons is Bald W. B. KISSINGER which of course ho was affairs, the Democrats nt Chicago gentleman to hnvo beon suggested to Jacques Nlnrlnl n lull Tlmr. Asa canidate lor Representative of a gentleman three months ago but made a direct appeal for the support ciples. They have beeu coddled to of Populism. They wrote in the the point of destruction." These Montgolfler by a work of Prlostly's. Pawtucket, R. I , Match 1 -- The reOhio county, subject to the action ol then he does not own the earth now, Chicago platform ideas and principles words were carefully noted by Mr. the Republican party. pair shops of the Consolidated road It Is also narrated that ono day, politically speaking, as he did thrco against which the party had for a Lewis, and he was determined that whllo boiling water In a coffoo pot, For JlnRlMrntr. century, protested, and which will they should not be passed by unotic- - at Valley Falls staited up today on tho top of which was covered with months ago. full time of sixty hours a week. The We are authorized to announce never appear again in a National paper, folded In a spherical form, cd, and he bided his time to repel the Democratic platform. JOHN M. GRAHAM James Whitcomii Riley, tho crat and Sound MoneySilver Demo- unjust fling at Southern Republicans; shops, which nie among the most Montgolfibr saw tho paper swell and Democrats the important of the Consolidated system, Asa candidate for Magistrate insub- sweet singer of Hocsierdom, winds up alike agree about this. rise, aud that hence ho took tho idea it came on the,id day of February, Fordsville Magisterial District, 'Yet it Is the opinion of the Popu- when the contesteJ election case ol wereinrun on short lime last winter, of a light macblno made buoyant by Republican a little poem entitled, "A few ot tho ject to the action of the the spring went on full time inflation, and traversing tho nlr. Bird Family," with the following lists that they own the Democratic Cornett vs. Swanson was under dis but party. party. The fusion ol 1806 thev hold and ran $0 until August. Since then Ascertaining that a balloon and car verse: I to be a surrender of Democracy to the cussion. Mr. Lewis asked if Mr, Mc- they have been running forty hours could be kept suspended by a supply "Tho Jay-bir- d and the Blue-birerratic principles of the Impossible Call would yield for a question, and a week. About of hoatod air, after somo experiDemocratic Ticket. Announcements 500 hands are em Tho k and the Wren Populist. ments Montgolfier nud his brother upon that gentleman assenting, he ployed. We are authorized to announce "Populism Is merely the gospel of asked The Cock bird, made a successful ascent at Verhim, after leading the lang' discontent. Some of its leaders arc And our old settin hen!" l.HOO JI.11 Work ELI H. BROWN sailles, In tho presence of the royal uage above quoted Irom Mr. McCall's honest; others are mere demagogues, Patkersburg, W. Va., March family and numerous spectators. As a candidate for Circuit Judge ot subject to Boys and girls usually read a book playing on popular distress, for pub- speech of January 21, to the Home, Riverside Steel works, an Anothor important dlscovory was the Sixth Judicial District, lic position. Populism has no en if be intended by that language to patty. the action ot the Democratic known as "The Arabian Night's during quality. this State, resumed work this mado by puroly accidental circums going the way embrace the Republicans of the State Cornelius Drobbel placed We are authorized to announce Entertainment." Wonderful stories of all its predecessors. It lacks sta- of Kentucky? Mr. McCall said: "Mr. morning. Fifteen, to eighteen hun- stances. window somo extract ot in hla W. T. OWEN dred men went to work after an exare told in it. Some of tho tales bility, because it lacks intelligence' it lacks power because It is narrow, Speaker, I do not intend that langu- tended idleness. Many repairs have cochineal, with which he Intended to as Cir- therein ore about aa illusive As a candidate ior and un- bigoted and unpatriotic.' fill a thormomoter; Into this somo age to embrace the Republicans of been made in all the departments. Sixth Judicial Diss cuit Judge of the real as aro tho hope ol the young man oqua-regl- a dropped from a broken Kentucky, as .t has been quoted and trict, subject to the action ol the phial standing just above It, and who would like to be a progressive Democratic party. misapplied to the people of the whole Prof J. C. Hosklnson, of Buffalo, Drebbol's purplo liquid was conCfevelnml, "Conrnffeont" politician. Some Protectionists have been South. For that matter, I had no Ky., in a private letter to Tiir Rin verted Into a beautiful scarlot ono. For Commonwealth's Attorney. to announce We are authorized giving extravagant praise to Presi- thought of Kentucky."Notwithstand-lu- g publican says: How this camo to pass puzzled him Major McKinley, a short timo EDWARD E. KELLY this disclaimer, Mr. Lewis was dent Cleveland for "courageously" "We had a Democratic Primary last not a little, but ho ascertained that since, was confined to bis room by As a candidate for Commonwealth's had dissolved some of sustaining the national credit. What very justly a little wrought up over Saturday nnd although the Bryanits the aqua-regl- a Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dis- reaion of illness. It was not given ground is there for this praise? When the matter, and said: tho tin of tho window frame on its are continually crying "Hard times subject to the action of the out what ailed our President-elec- t, trict, was President Cleveland ever "courI simply desire to say, Mr. Speak- and no money in circulation" yet way to tho cochineal. Tolling this Democratic party. KufTelar, a dyer to his son but it can reasonably be supposed ageous?,. When he had no money to er, with the peimis&ion of the gentle- there was plenty ol Democratic monat Loyden, the latter turned the inFor Counljr Attorney that he was suffering from an attack pay the Government expenses be bor- man from Massachusetts, that I know ey and whisky too in circulation." formation to such good account that We are authorized to announce of that tired feeling caused by conrowed it on the credit of Government of no contesfby Kentucky RepublicThat Hood's Sarfnparilla purifies "Kuffelar's color," as It was called, J. B. VICKERS stant contact with bonds. This seems to be the sum ans in any Republican national conthe blood and relieves a vist amount proved a little gold mine to its godAs'a candidate for the office of Coun and substance ol his ' courageous" vention except in one district in 1SS0. father. ol Ohio county, subject ty Attorney of suffering is not a theory but a well The immigration ot Major McKins staud. Ono of tho principal causes ot I am the only Republican who ever to the Democratic party. known fact. ley yesterday eclipsed in magnitude prosperity of tho Staffordshire potI now have There is anolher aspect of the ques- represented the to announce We are authorized tery manufacture was tho discovery and splendor all the past events of tion, which has been too much ignor- the honor to represent on this floor, P. L. FELIX of a cheap, durablo glaze, nppllcablo THE STATISTICS FIEND. that character at Washington. The ed by these Protectionists, and that nnd I want to say this is the only allko to brown ware and white ware, As a candidate ior the office ol County Attorney ot Ohio county, subject brilliant opening of tho new Repub- is, "Why did the national credit need office I ever held, and I state further Has Been Studying the Rhythmical and greatly Increasing their usoful-nosaction of the Democratic party. lican administration will be equaled sustaining?" And the answer i3 that I was not assisted to this office Output for the Year. to the by making the surface Imif not excelled by the brilliant suc- slmble, viz., because the revenue deby any patronage or by any 'coddling I have taken soma pains to gathor pervious to water. The dlscovory, For ltrprcsriilnllvo. I was sent here by the certain pootlcnl statistics during according to Shaw, the historian of whatever. n cess cf Major McKimcy's policy durrived Irom the Free-TiaWe are authorized to announce ing the next four years. lw, and others sources, was people of that district, and I have tho past yoar. Thoro havo been that county, was due purely to acjohn j. Mchenry not sufficient to meet the expenses of tried to do my duty as their represen- written during tho poetical yonr cident As a candidate to represent Ohio ending December 31, 1803, In tho At Stanley farm, situated a few Last Monday in his speech at tho the Government. For this state ol tative. county In the lower branch ol the miles Burslcm (now the very 8,637 next General Assembly, ol Kentucky, Court House Judge S. D. Morgan, affairs President Cleveland is tespon-slbl- e. "Mr. Speaker, I have seen a dis- stato of Maine, pooms; pooms; in center from the potteries district), of in MassaVermont, 5,231 a subject to the action of the Democrat-i-t Democratio candidate for Represenis to the pirtial trial of his position on this floor to assume that chusetts, 8,998, exclusive of Suffolk maid sorvant was ono day heating a It party. tative, vigorously attacked the Batiks, pet theory ot Free-Trathat we owe Southern Republicans are inferior in county; Inclusive of Suffolk county, strong solution of common salt, to Coroparations, Ac,, nud almost si- the defict in the Natioual Treasury. respectability or in social standing to 80,082; in Now York, 40,837; In bo used In curing pork. During hor Japan Government has adopt-- , The My ancestors before me, Rhodo Island, whoro tho poetry temporary absence from tho kitchen multaneously a gentleman announc- But thi is not all he has done to ruin Democrats, ed the gold standard, after experienced on that ticket for Representative the National credit When the deficit sir, were Virginians, but they have area is small, thoro havo boon tho liquid boiled over. Doing In aa ing the fallacy of free silver. unglazod earthen vessel tho solution, who represents all that Mr. Morgan occurred, he would not acknowledge always been lojal (Applause ) And if written only 3,632. Other statos have yielded in about spreading over tho outsldo, prothe men in Kentucky, who fought condemned. The party ought to the lact, as common honesty demandthosamo proportion, according to duced a chemical action which sho Dr. W. T. GARDNnn, of Madison-vill- e, collect Itself. ed. He issued bonds to make good the battles of the country when the tho number of pooplo they llttlo understood, and which did not will likely bo appointed the gold reserve and, by circuitous country needed their support; if the Tho sum total is finally compensate her for tho scolding sho Hopkinsville Asyof the received. now methods, he endeavored to deceive men in Kentucky, who in 18O1 decidarc Silver Democrats footed up as 2,833,95-- i proms. lum instead of Dr. Letcher, who will amusing In the themselves by speakof tha Tho following subjects have beon ' Somo of tho elements the people into thinking that thebond ed that Kentucky should resign. ing sarcastically of tho return of pros- issues were made necessary because Union and not go out of it and my treated and mistreated during tho liquid, combined with somo of those folperity. McKinley is elected thoy ol our financial sj stem and to blind people were among them--i- f those rhythmical year just onded, the 8C4 of tho highly heated brown clay surface to produco a vitreous coating lowing number of times: Hopo, "He has ever been a staunch Dora say, the good times promised up- them to the leal truth that the bond men are not as good nnd as respectabut or enamel, which did not peel oil tlmos; Dospair, 90,371 tlmos; ocrat" pipes our contemporary on ble and as honest nnd as much entitlon his election have not yet c mo. issues were solely due to the deficit G; Discontent, 10,804; Spring, when tho vessel was cold. The tho corner, and yet he will submit to consideration by the nation as My Soul nnd I, 121,321; humblo brown waro vessel acquired There bas been no radical change it in the National Treasury, which Was ed to Ofa combine with another party. by the adoption of the system any other people in Kentucky or else- Your Soul and You, 3; Your Dutv, historical celebrity. A Burslcm is true: however there is confidence caused fice first and then principle with our where, I have never been conscious 354.000; My Duty, 1. potter, learning what had taken where there was a lack of it a few of partial silver plated friends, but they are on Tho following miscellaneous sub- place, saw that glazed waro might If the National credit has been of it, or never will be. (pplausc) months since, and many factories and a cold trail. shaken, Mr. Cleveland is alone to And I want to say to the gentleman jects havo beon afillcted with from possibly hit tho taste of tho publio; manufacturing establishments which further, that ono to 10.000 pooms: "Hor Eyos," ho Introduced tho system ot glazing from Massachusetts, of partial Free Oun English contemporary says in wero awaiting tho result of the elc 0 blame. His policy they are the men who never have been "Thoso Tresses of Gold," "Those by moans ot common salt, a system first made a delict in the TreasLocks of Sliver," "That's What's at onco ohoop, oasy and durablo; "writing up" a candidate, that "ho tion havo begun operation, giving Tiade ury, and his false statements as to coddled by the people of Massachutho Matter with Ilanna." . "When and Staffordshire has mado many Simon-pur- e Now, employment to thousands of unemDemocrat." is a setts or by auy other people They Bryan Lectured at Atlanta," "How million storllng by tho discovery. a the ciasc of the bond issues created The general tone of distrust of our financial system. The have never asked to be coddled, and Bragg Tried to Get Wollopod," London the question arises, can a man be a ployed men. Simon-pur- o Democrat (whatever business is better nud firmer; tho out- people are beginning to see through they can take careof themselves with"Thomas Watson's Personal AmbiThs Mlhr-ln-UJtko Afcaln. This the sophistries into which Mr. Cleve- out coddling." (Laughter and applau- tion," "David Hill's Last Roost," that means) and go into a combino look is fur moro encouraging. 'ol the House "Sharkey und tho Referee," "Tho with another party? Why, certainly much is tho result ot Republican land has immeshed the matter and se ) M.iny members Mrs. Bsnham Do you think it When Mr. McKinley shall nreditcovering the bald, bare lact gathered around Mr. Lewis while he Wllos of Woylor," "Tho Wreck of would ba wrong, Henry, If wo did a ho cannot, "TI1010 can bo no medi tho Texas," "Turkoy Crushed on llttlo business in Boston havo become President and a Repub- that, if there had been no deficit was making this spirited defense of u m grounds." Paper," "Oh, Whoro Is Former thoro to attend raothor's when wo go funorul? shall havo given us through lack of revenue there would Kentucky, and entered into a hearty 1 Bland?" lican Congress "MoKinloy, Send That Bonham Don't you know, my ENCOUiuaiKO reports from all much needed tariff legislation then have been no need lor bond Issues. sj rapathy with the speaker and his Business Boom," "Tho Joy of a dear, that I novor combine buslnoss over the United States are coiuiug the chango from bad to batter wiU bo It is time fbrTill Protectionists to rec- views It lias alteady yielded its Potent Livor-Pndand "Ten Llttlo Town Topics. fruit, as witness the p'endid victory Girls Wont Out to Play, All with ploasuro?" in showing that tho business of tho clearly seen and felt by our people. ognize in Mr Cleveland an uuyleld-in- sr Tho four o'clock takes its popucouutry is fast gottlng in a settled and unscrupulous opponent, who for Kentucky Republicans in the Scrubbed with Hornblcndo Soap." Hopkins-Kenda- ll case, under the In tho matter of sontimant, I find lar namo from condition, ready to open up auow The Hartford Herald this week act will use any other policy as a catspaw splendid leadership ol tint bnllnnt that tho groat majority of tho On unclouded its timo ot opening. days this flower opens under the new administration of Ma- cuses tho editor ol The Rrpuumcan with which to pull his Fiee Trade pootlcal output of tho yoar lias beon with tolorablo regularity at about lawyer and magnificent parti lot, Hon jor MoKinley, Tho failures are with meddling with the affairs of oth- chestnuts out of the file "Courage- L. W, Koyse, ol our close sister State of a melancholy character or lack of four In tho afternoon. a -- ; . .. ltconemlst. much less now than they wero this er people and other political parties. ous" he never w.is, character; that thero was In fact a Indiana. Commercial. lira. Ilncrri CuHiplliiiftiilMl. gloom large acreage tirao last year which is beginniugto We have nevor attempted to lueddlo Rev Jo n. Rogers bus ttturned from all over tha country. Despair has show a healthy condition in tho busirimrlrw II. Ilolir rtnii Demi. with tho affairs of anyone and havo During the discussion befoie the unshoathod his daggor and rushed Mowccqua, III , where he has been Charlie Robersnn was a traveling Ways and Mams Committee, Mr W. ness world. been telling tho plain truth and it is amongst tho Musas, engaged in n pmtrscttd meeting carolossly opening thousands of abysses at tlio The Mowcqua Ca'l Mail says of Bro. tho truth that hurts our narrow-minde- d man for n long timo in till part of R. Craig ol Mississippi, appeared beCommittee of this, The Judicial feet of poets; and tho thundercloud Rogets: friends on the corner, hence Ky., aud was often seen 011 our s'reels fore the committee to urw the imtho Gth District, met last week and is of grief has lowered over the valley There-i- s no cessation in ih interest tbey Login to kiok see who's but ho pawed from time to that great position of a duty in RgvptUu cotton Let's sued their freeBilver call for a Prima of noarly every metrical effort manifested by the public In the Bapmeddling. The Hrall of Novem-bo- rl, beyond on Friday evening last, at his in order to Protect the "Umr staple" Tho stylo of verso Iras ry Election to be held in tho Distriot home in Kuttawu, Ky., where ho has cotton of his State, with which the 1803, soys: predominated. In this cult, the tist revivals. Rev Rogers continues on May 1, 1807, to nominate CandiHe based griofs of others aro complained of been engaged, very successfully, in Egyptian cotton compeloH. in popularity, and he finds willing 'The rank fiauds that have sprung da ten for tho oflloM of Ciroult Judgo up in Kentucky these last years and buiinasi durinu the nait thrse voars. his request on the fict. which is at principally beoauso thoy havo pro- pupils almot nightly in the large nu and Commonwealth's Attornoy. The who have posed as 'reformers' are Deooatcd wa3 a son ol Talbsrt Rob. the basis of all Tariff Prntcotln. th it duced an unpleasant speolflo otTeot dience who nre learning the lesson of meaning of the onll h very plain, as enough to make every honest man erson ot Ruokport, und u brother of "pauper labor" was employed in tfce upon tho roethotlc aonsibllltles of christian love. The reverend gentle sick Your Uucle Pen! Pirtle hag had stylo of man is being asilstcd by Revs. Grifthe Committee excluded all Sound much to foreign product. tho author. Tho slung-sho- t hay, like many ot his ilk. Mrs. A. D Taylor ol this city. A production of the Money Democrats pod all who He stated further that '.he raisers cf poem is still with us, and tha own-thi- fith and Thomas. about the 'nubaidized press,' meaning wife mid tbreo uhildreu remain to to- - bo- - truo- - now- thereby that the honorable newspaTuesday night twenty five converts to vote for llryaa. The resoluloss Funeral was held at that particular brand of cotton all lyric, ulso though sub per editors of the country receive mouru his by Rev joined with him in requesting Protection is as follows: Beaver Dam Biding Eomowhat slnco tho doollno- - were baptized at the church Sunday. Kuttawa mouey lor their championship of! tion. It Is fortunate lor the cotton and fall off of that dUtlnguUhod ntlie presence o! an immense Rrsolvrd That all persons who men or measures It is left for Re have attained their majority since the former Pirtle to stt the first example Gleanor, growers of Mississippi that that un H author John Lawrence Sullivan. audience We arc inlorraedthat with last November election and nil known of subsidizing any newspaper in Ohio Boy Or compromising Thero nre a great many moro charl-tabl- the services this evening the meetings Democrats and all ther perrons who touiity, lor he in acknowledged to poems than efforts. The world will end. At theclotc of Clint G. l'ord's piny a'or Bryan, for whom the electoral voted lor W J Bryan nt the last have bought with in on ay end Id Monday and the people of The Call-Mniht he mad the announce- - vote of Mississippi was gait, wu net Is still mlalstored to with spondees election, shull be entitled to the csih lor the 'Inllooence' olpi the rathor than with spondulicks. Moweaqua would be pleased, to see v ite in said primary." first newspaper ever enlnblibhed In nient tint Thomas Uioi., were likely the choice of the rest of the nation Every Where. Rev. Rogers regularly installed fs this county whose opinions arc lor to build an Opera House here. The In that case, the needs of their induspastor of the Baptist church here. e Mr. Pittlels a sale people of Hartford and surrounding try would never have receive any Vrho n Ihlnk ud he reople know it " TfcjI Ut CUUS Btllil Alt IISCAIIS. Um IJJ country ure glad to hear of it. nn we attention This plea of the Miss ssip-p- i Wanted-- An cf torn ilmplo Ml Wh Bjrup. Tuu (loud. tiling la twlMtf luHow does this stiikoyou? il.alii v- -a Ills truit that It will be elected in the cotton giower is n'y one more ProtMt Your IdMut thv fntv hrlnir you WMllh. im ll Writ. Willi WlDDEltEUri.Ta CO.. Piwnt xuor el ways tho hit dog wlo howls. wuklntioii, euly spring. link in tb rb nn of tvideoce which Mil.1111 01 tivw 1. - for ttnlr $I.Buu djIui vSrt 7&&JUK r B4 iM'nona urtniiout wuw, 1 mmYmm Hartford Republican. It k neld that nothing succeeds like success; which Is truer In a political than any othor sense. Ilkun Prof. Oatj't nrtlolc In an- - OUR CONGRESSMAN. Oilier oolutnn of this Issue. '( Can't This Is tho complaint ot thousands tt this seaion. n, post-offi- ce Tha haTnnnnnDctltol food does not rol!h. They need tbotonlnjrupof tho stomach anu aiReeuTo uiuim, nu.u n oouno of Hood's Barsnparllla will give them. It also purifies and onrlchce tho blood, cures that dlstrces eftcr eating and interns! misery only a dyspeptlo can know, creates an appetite, OTorcomee that tired feeling and builds up and sustains tho whole- phylcal s jstem. It so promptly and efficiently relieve djipeptlosymp-tom- s and cures nervous heodschca, that It seems to have almost " magle touch." Eat s, them-selvo- Hood's Sarsaparilla Hood S PUIS wo the best slterKllnner tIUs, M irs e forty-hou- It dlceiUon. sea. "Look Horo Good Pooplo!" Our buyer, Mr. Janrf. is now in St. Louts buying a large stock of gcnorul merchandise including everything kept in a general store. ltd member wo buy with six Inrgo cash stores ami get tho very b ittom prices Wo now havo in Mock a big lot of , grass and clovor n'fo tho cole bratcd Oiver cliiMid p nws and repairs for same. Mokkiii ad. Jonrs ft Co. Ccntictowu, Ky, Fob. 3, 1807. iM-d- bo-g- y ay Sap-suc- lr 1.-- Pen-woo- It-i- Mailer. All pit ties indebted to the estate of Dr. J. R. Pendleton, deceased, by note, account, or otherwise, are hereby notlGed to call on me and make the bet--t settlement they 0111. It will be impossible for me to call on all patties indebted to the estate in per son, and unless this notice is heeded within a icAsonabte time I shall be compelled, in the discharge of ray duties as executor of Dr. Pendleton's estate, to place his claims in the hands ol nn officer for collection in order to settle said estate within the time reW. B. Rbnuhr, quired by law Rxccutor ot J. It. Pendleton, dee'd. At the office of Taylor & McIIunty. ao if 4 llncklrn'a irnlrn Kulrr. The Best Salve in the wottd for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. I'everSoree, Tetter, Chapptd Ilandt, Chilblains. Corns, and nil Skin Iiruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give pel feet satisfaction or money refunded Puce s$ cents per box Por sale by Williams & Bell. 131 yr. in-la- P'.V', Trmde-Mu- ,, i r. Cw u, tad obuld ad all ru- uttuuicM contacted for MoomtTt ret. ouorncciiOrrosiTcu,s.PATiiiTOrrit ind w UIH ut tuUbUA KU liSM UMA Uqm ,rcmou Iron ltll doKHpSudnabL drawn or w p'tubl. or , fr.. ol Our Ihim due till mimi bMarnd. cort oi lUiltOt U. S. ul knit mauw mu lit. Addrtw, ti0- chirre. 'Vuhforloa. s, !. pi, -' de Wilson-Gorma- C.A.SNOW&CO. ow. Ornct. o. c. PATtftT urAHHiPtaTo-, v; To sny person interested in humane matters, or who loves animals, we will send free, upon application, a copy of the "ALUANCIt," the organ ot this Society In addition to Its intensely interesting reading, it a list of the valuable and unu sual premiums givan by the paper. Address con-taing Sent Free! Super-intende- d. nt 410 41 1 United 7 Tun Nationan Huhank Almancb. Chanties Bulldlng.N.Y 8t st-i- o, Free-Trad- Notlro llrpiilillenim. The Republicans of Potdsvillo Mag. Isienal District nre hereby called to meet nt the various voting places in said precinct at I o'clock p. m. Sat. urday, March 20, 1897, to select delegates to the District Convention to be hrld at Fi.rdsvllle Saturday, M .rch 27, 1197, at 3 o'clock p. ni. to nrmln ite a candidate for Magistrate. U W. S. Gains, Ch'm'n. til :"J,t. OASTOliXfi.. Tit-Bit- s. w fasss Illinois Qen. Memphis & ,. ttrr vkum. suo-ces- . has Through Pasucer Trains and Fast Iifficieut Double D illy Service from Cincinnati and I.ouhville to in connection with the B & O S. W, to Louisville, reaching direct or making close connections for principal points ," Kew Orleans SOUTH St WEST on Its own and connecting lines, cluding Vicksburg Misa , BatonRouge in- - . Ah-m- o nnd Jackson, and NUtcmz, La Liltle Rock and Hot Spring', Ark., Waco, Pott Worth. Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Tex , nnd poinls on the Pacific Coast. It alo bas through passenger trains and fast efficient double dally service from New Or leans, Jackson, Memphis and points South and West on its own and cons" ntctiug lines to CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS making direct connections with hrough trains for all points NORTH & EAST including St. Louis, Chicago. Ihilhiio, I'itisbnig, Clevelind, Bostoni' New Yirk. l'lilladelph .1, Baltimore and Richmond. pull--wa- '1 i RB. Frce-Tiad- o 1 , ail t n Solid vvtitiDulv tuiins through Im lift sleeping cnia through fro tl rurtltM4n.. Al.l. wain viuw); vuaii .local railroad! reticulars ol jour 'icket agent. S G Hatch. Dlv Pas Agent, Clu- - rankd.-mngngu- i'inu''ti. I 1 1 Idea no A. Scott, Men. puis, A. . Dlv. Pass. Agent. ' .3 - O- 1 ""& II Hanson, a v a . Chicazo A. Kbuond, a.u p a , Louisvide. I'TMrnt.a -- n,iiira. - ' FACTS AND FIG iM v ; CIRCUIT COURT. Not Muoli Going Wook. on ThlB " w dothtng at Fair & Compiny's & Corns HARDINSBURG. Aro indisputable and f , (Jjarry (Jonvietions t --. MOJIE THAN COLUMNS of TYPE. HERE ARE THE FACTS During next Court week wo propose to offer goods at a price that will convince you of the lact that wo really sell the cheapest at all times. Winter is with us yet and spring is close at hand and wo have a few more clothing and other winter goods to close out at greatly reduced g prices. Prices will tell and a man will see these BARGAINS for him-sway-fairino mwm Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for its great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration "common to the cheap brands. Royal Baking To wdkk Co., Nrtw York. Miss Leta Ragland, Rosinc. was in town this week, visiting relatives. Mrs. S. C Walker, Deaver Dam, visited relatives in town this week. J. II. Patton & Co. will treat vou and your horse right. Cnltybn them. Mis. CM. Harnett and children are visiting her patents at J3eda this week. m. $ f. HERE ARE THIS FIGURES.: good 110 overcoat for A, good all wool suit for A good pair 01 boots for A good plow shoo (or 10 yards of good calico for 20 yards of heavy domestic 20 yards good shirting for Good apron checked gingham Full double front overalls For ladies cood cloak A. 84-7- 6 4.00 1.00 1 00 The' Sandusky House at Central City, was destroyed by fire last Monday night. Born to the wife of Mr. Jno.-Barnes,! Beaver Dam, last Tuesday night, a boy. r ... 35c 1.00 1.00 6c Mr. Clifton Morrison, of Haynes-ville- , is the guest of his brother, Marshal Morrison. Mr. S. S May and family have moved to the Taylor property in the Western part of town. Miss Olive Carson lelt last Saturday lor Vine Hill, where she will teach a spring school. 50o Neckwear 76o Woven corsets. 60c 2,38 38c 39c 15c , Del Good jeans JwJ uoz. Ilw tiandkcrcml Men's good hats for 48c the guest Mrs. E. D Guffy, Frankfort, was of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Allen this week. OUR ENTIRE LINE Of spring Ginghams, calicoes, Laces and Embroideries are now in and ready for inThey are very protty and up to spection. date. All we ask is a look at our goods and the rest we will do. and SELL for cash plans will prove to you that we are doing the business. Soliciting your trade, W e aro, Resp'y, When you ccAne to 'Circuit Court b'aveyoufvstoclf cared for by J. II. Patton & Co., successors to Field & HolbrofSk. Mrs, F. W. Yeiser is In Mrs. Vaught'a boarding house and Is prepared to entertain the public. Court boarders solicited. A Mr. Char.es was killed Mines Tuesday by coming with an electric mortor. was broken and he was mangled, at Render In contact His neck otherwise Our I5TJY If you Want your horse taken care ofcallbff Henry (elds & Co. They will Rive him tub best treatment. Dont foreet the place, on Williams M corner. I s Henry Field & Co. have the nicest livery stable In Ohio county and are prepard toXake care of your horses. Give then a call M onday when you come tofcourt. Dr. E. B. Pendleton has built a piivate telephone from his office over Griffin's drug store to his residence, all which will be a gieat convenience to loft July wo aro still headquarters lor Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t bis patients. kinds of The new firm of J. E Fogle & Co., I will be under the direct supervision of Mr. McDowell Fair, who is now In Best quality of Steel and Chilled PIos- - Both Walking and Riding Brakcrs I the Eastern cities buying goods for Planter, Riding and Walking Cultivators whh and the firm. Mr. Fogle will continue to Corn Drill, Cbcck-oI without tongues, Dins Harrows, Fencing Wire plain and barbed. All above practice law First-clasrepairing Rev. J. S Taylor died at Keynold Imp'cmcBU aro guaranteed to bo of the best quality. g a specialty, u1o a full line of Station Tuesday. He was at one time (.fall kind done promptly. a prominent man iu Ohio county polfertilizers for oats, corn, tobacco and wheat. You will find us at our old itics having repiesented this county stand on First and Railroad St. Come In and see ui. He leaves a large in the Legislature. citcleof friends and relatives to mourn his loss. DEAVER DAM. KY. Hon, C. M. Barnett left Monday night I lor Washington to be present HOttHi: IIKANOll. If you are owing us on subscription McKin-ley- . Health Is generally good In this part we will appreciate It if you will drop at the inauguration rf Maj. Mr. Barnett la nn applicant for of the county. in nnd pay up. the position ol Internal Revenue ColMr George Wilson's wile Is on the Remember Bulllngton, the barber lector for this District, and will no sick list at this writing. We are all proud up here of the is the place to get your hair trimmed doubt be successful. ticket that Is before us waiting for up in nice style. The following named persons have November. Let ever good Republipaid their subscription to Tub RB- There is another entry in tee lace can go to the polls in November and rnnuCAM since our last issue: from Ohio connty roll up a big majority for the ticket. for Representative Geo. KHnc, Hartford; E. P. Barnard, The Democrats are howling like sav- In the person of Mr. W. B. Kissinger, Beaver Dam; L W. Hunt Sulphur age wolves now, but I think they of Pordsvllle, wbosubmlts his claims Springs; Ernest Brown, Echols;R. F, Mr. Klssin ger to the Republicans. will get defeated In November. Coppoije, Narrows; A. G.Sprowls, T. Bzell who has had a hat been Identified with the coal iu Mrs. Saraii M. Sprowls, Buffalo. terest of Ohio county for several bad case of sore cyos is Improving If you don't believe in advertising slowly. Dr. J. W. Mwdorls treating years, and has worked in the mines in the day time aud read law at night. nsk Dr. U. B. Pendleton. Week beher eyes. Mr. Calvin Wilson happened to a He was admitted to the Hartford bar fore last he inserted a little notice of Berlous but. uot fatal accident last last August, since which time he has a fine bull for sale and it wasn't but "week while digging coal. He went been digging coal and practicing law. a few days until he had a purchaser, If you want to to remove some flirt that had fallen He is a worthy young gentleman and nn'd at a good price. reach the people advertise in Tub In and struck something that scared would make a good Representative him powerlul bad and when he come should he bo nominated and elected. Republican. to find out what It was he found a column this In our announcement cowhide roped around n No. I foot week appears the name of Hon, John and the legglns laced up with a X J. Mcllenrv as a candidate to represrope and went on cheating the ground ent Ohio county in the next General as usual putting down a foot and takAssembly of Kentucky, subject to the Inches. ing up 13 action of the Democratic party. Mr. So hoping this sketch will appear Out-dolife and Scott's McIIenry Is well known throughout I will In the grand old RKFUDMCAN Oil with Emulsion of Cod-livthe county, having represented the Mi 8. Ragland, give three cheers to county in the Constitutional convenHypophojpbJtes have cured Sam A. Anderson, Tom Ulack and G tion alter thedoath ol his father. He thousands of cases of consumpaud others D. Royal Is a nice young gentleman, with good tion In the early stages. They Hau.y Hack habits, and it his party should nomcure old, advanced cases toot inate him and he should be elected he prompthut not so many, nor so Allrnllnn. will look after the iuteteitol his home To ny friend who supported me ly. When a case is so far adpeople. in the recent raw lor the nomination vanced that a cure cannot be for County Judgo of Ohio county, t All during last week Hartford peomade, even then SCOTT'S take this method to extend to you my ple were entertained oy Col Clint G, EMULSION checks the rapid sincere and heartfelt thanks for your Ford and his excellent Stock Coins ity of the disease, relieves the lupport. Onr party In their wisdom pany. An eutlie new play was pains in the chest, reduces the selected' another In the pmon of each night, und Monday night night sweats, and makes the James A. Pork whom I commend of this week the Company presented cough easier. In these cases it to yoa and feel that he is fully worthy Damon and Pythias in n manner that comforts and prolongs life. of our support and I believe him to would have done credit to any ComDon't experiment with cures I im be a ttue Republican, pany In the United States. Dr. G.M. that destroy the digestion. Pin Very resp'y, A. S Avtfc Adams, as Damon, made the bit ot your faith to the one remedy the season, on his return from a visit which has been THE STAN lo tils wife, which showed cleaily what the Lodge was founded on Over 20 Years. dard for 'Friendship " Col. Ford played the ComBook about it fre for the ailing. part ol Pythias, which was pr rfect, For sale by all drujguts at 50c and one The entire Company have the thanks $1.00. Attention Farmers. Farming Implements. s Horso-ebooin- m WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, ire Consumption er P5- &e pte-sent- ed The Republican and Louisville mercial both year for 1,25. SCOTT & BOWNB, N.w York. tfour peoplf especially lion ot that oil' piece tuc-ili- e rendU 39 for a good corset at Pair & The Republican Primary In Brtck. Company's enridge county last Siturdiy passed ofT quietly, and ngooduote was polLadies good blaok hose jc at Fair ledabout 1450 The ticket nominat& Company's. ed is as follows: Circuit Court Clerk. Good high cut plow shoe $1 at Fair Mr. W. T. S. Ball; County Jnlge. & Company's. William All!; County Attorney. R. N. Mr A.' D. White went to Loulss Miller; Connty Clerk, J. O. Cunningham; Jailer, G O. Shellman; School vllle Wednesday. Commissioner, Andrew Driskell; All wool filling dre a go U n;, nt Sheriff, Hon. V B. Burton; Surveyor, & Comnifnv's, Fair Chintz Royalty; Assessor, John H. Call on B. L. Bulllngton for n good Comer; Representative, John P, Has-we- ll, Hettel, Foreman. The following is the list of gentle- shave or hair trim. Jr The Democrats will hold precinct men who have been empanelled as Mr M. F. King and Mr. Patton, of convention Saturday and a delegate Petit Jurors for this term: SJ. Bulord, called to see us yesterday. convention Monday The Democrats Sam Bennett, John W. Rag Mr. L. S. Rains and sou, of Horse as well as Republicans are active and land, L. P.. Charlett, P. B. Taylor, Wm Delaney, J. D. Martin, J, C. Branch, called to see us yesterday. enthusiastic and there will be any Hocker, J. P. Hart. W. A. Hocker, Mr. Elvis Carson, who is attending amount of politics in the county from W. F. Wright, Tames McSherry, John school at South Carrollton, was In now until after the November elecs Chlnn, J. C. Kelly, W. R. Wright. S. town the first ot the week. tlon. Robin Hood. J. Weller, James Taylor, J. II. Loyd, Mr. T. L. Griffin and Cnpt. S. K. Bottom Out. T. S. Jett, Louis Austin, C. K. ReCox are In New Orleans this week nts Below we give a few of our many nter, C. L. Woodward, S. T. Barnett tending Mardi.Gras festivities. bargains. and A. W. Black. 1000 yds. good calico(short length)2c All Commonwealth's cases set for Grod 27 inch shirting 5c; apron " Tuesday's docket were continued ex- check, ginghams 5c; dress style ging- 1000 yds. 2500 yds. best calico, 4 c cept the following! ham 5c; good calico 3 Jc; best shirtHoosler factory cotton (any length)4 c Com' til vs. Geo. Peters, (j cases.) ing prints 4c; good bleached cotton 4 Good Bleached " 4 c " vs. F. Flelden &e. to 6r; good cotton jeans 10c; ladies' Hope ! i g c " vs. Chas. Penman, black and gray hose regular 10c ' ' " Best Cheviot Shirting, ' Silas Benpett. . quality 2 pair for 15c, and many oth- Best Fancy Table Oil Cloth Which were filed away with leave to er bargains similar at Fair & CompaTobacco Cotton, reinstate. ny's. Best White Carper Chain 15 c Com'th vs. Geo. Sullenger trial " Colored 17 verdict ol the jury guilty, and puns All our Checked Ginghams 5 ishment fixed nt lo days in county Good fancy Dress Ginghams, 5 jail and fine of $25. " India Linen. 5 Com'th vs. Albert Austin set Tlio Lino is Almost Suro to filling Cashmere, to over until Saturday. bo Built. Silk fiinish Henrietta, only 20 Visiting attorneys in attendance at Mens' Good Work Pants, " 45 court this week are: Ed E. Kelly, For the past several days our peoHawesville; Judge L. P. Little, Major ple have been conslderbly worked up Childs' " Suits, 75c and $1.00 " " only $4 00 Joseph Haycraft, Judge3 Geo. W. over a telephone line from Hartlord Mens' Step Stoves, Complete " $6 25 Swrope, C. W. Massle, Owensboro; N. to connect with the outside world. 5 c T. Howard and McLean Taylor, Mor The project, as suggested, will stait 2 Spools O N. T. Thread for Ladles Good Fast Black Hose 5 c gantown. at Hartford and go via Centertown " " Vests, 5 and 10 c Judge J. S. Glenn and Mr. H. P. and connect at Island Station. Cen15 c Taylor have been appointed to exam- tertown people are very enthuslasctic XXXX and Arblckle Coffee ine applicants for law license at this In regard to It and have made up Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for $1 00 Good Trace Chains, pair, 25 c term of court. Hart$225 00 to be taken in ticket " Recleaned CloverSeed, $4 25 Messrs. C. M. Crowe and E. T. ford people ore fast taking hold of It, & Miller, two of Ohio county's foremost and yesterday evening the subscrips PtSASANT RlDOH, KY. young men, passed the required tion had reached $160.00 and several examination Wednesday. These people had not been approached on VEBAIVO. Mr. Dan Barnes has moved on Mr. young men will bring to the bar two the subject. B, Morton's farm. of the brightest lights that have been There can be nothing lost by taks V. Mr. Sidney KIrby, Louisville, visiadmitted for a number of years. They ing up lhl3 matter, for every dollar ted Mr. E. O. Kimbley's family are both graduates ot Hartford jou put into It you get tickets, good for the amount for which they Misses Willie and Mamie Kimbly call. Let the people rally to the Dissolution Nolle. support of the line and we are sure to went to Louisville Thursday to see We have bought out the interest of their father, Mr. Bill Klmbley who have it. Is dangerously ill. McDowell Fair in the firm of Fair Bros. & Co. , assuming all liabilities Tha river is up and rising, and the Good Advice. of said firm. Thanking the public Mr. Harry GiovanolH, the busy river bottoms will be overflown. Miss Geotgie Milner returned to for all favors shown us and asking piece of humanity connected with the their patronage in the future, we are, Danville Advocate, Is a young man Ashbyburg Saturday. Born to the wife of Georee Lee Resp'y, but his age does not prevent him Fair & Company. I have sold my Interest In the. firm from giving an old man's advice. Brown February 15th a boy. Mr. George Maddox returned from of Fair Bros. & Co. and am now with Spouting of government pie and he ofiers the following Evansvllle a few days ago. Louis. J. E Fogle & Co., at the stand forANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. merly occupied by Fair Bros. & Co. rem trks which will not be heeded "a Health Is very good In this comSo thanking the public for past fa- bit taorethan a rabbit:" vors and asking a liberal share of The young man who leaves his munity. Misses Mamie and Willie trade or profession to enter the gov- Kimbley were called to the bedside of their patronage in the future, I am, ernment service makes a fatal mis- their father, Mr. W. A. J. Klmbley, Yours respecttully, McDowell Fair. take. He may succeed In getting the of Louisville, who is not expected to position which he applies for, and he live. Miss Georgia-Kimbleof Paducah, may hold it for four years, perhaps A l'rnsperons Enterprise. Ever-ly- , Perhaps no financial institution in eight, but at the expiration of that is visiting her aunt, Mrs J M. this week. time he is apt to be thrown out upon Kentucky stands In better repute or Miss Stella Ross, of Centertown, Is enjoys the confidence of the public the world just as he was when he started, but worse ofl, for he will be visiting her sister, Mrs. Marion Win more, as to its solvency and reliabiliK. ty than the commercial Building set back four or eight years in his cent, this week. i. . . protefision, out of line of promotion, Tlie People aire Convinced Trust, of this city. In five years this company has ac with new friends to make and much When they read the testimonials of fs like cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla. lost lime to recover. It he They cumulated in round numbers of a million dollars assets, the majority ofgovernment employes, are written by honest men and wonotwithstanding the stringency in he will have left the service pennl men, and are plain, straightforward statements of fact, The people have finances during theseyears. Like all less. 'Come easy, go easy.' Ills sal It freely, confidence in Hood's Sarsaparllla besimilar institutions, this company 1 ary was good and he spent nas loaned its funds on "long time,, feeling secure that pay day would cause they know It actually and perand manently cures, even when ether first mortgages at less then 50 per come around at regular Intervals cent, of the cash value of the property without any unusual exertion upon medicines fail. his part. If he remains In the servmortgaged. Hood's Pills are the only pills to The company assures The Times ice through several administrations take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Easy nnd is then given his discharge, he that it is prepared to meet all obligaand yet efficient, will In all probability be utterly tions according to law. There is abcareer Notwithstanding the cry of hard solutely no cause for any alarm among unfitted for a successful The times a hog has been sold for the walk of life. the stockholders, since the securities iu any in n large measure sum of $3,600 and a chicken rooster, held aggregate double the amount government service destroys ambition, retards Intellectual a game cock, for $1,000, all within loaned. and the past few weeks. During this developement Many of the best business men and nnd Industrial unclassified month a lew hundred thousand will financiers throughout the State own makes a man a truckling, bounty of be spent on the stock in this company, thus insuring nob idy, living upon the He is subject to bout that will against any run for withdrawals, some congressman. take place at Carson it salary to help City onthei7thof this month. This, and in fact, the laws of the State pro- assessments upon his of a campaign, and however, puts the money in circulatect all similar institutions the object bear the expenses seldom, If ever, accumulates enough tion. Madlsonvllle Hustler. of such laws being the protection ot old age. stockholders. The officers ot the money to care for him in the The "Atlanta Constitution," in a This, and more, comes to me from company entertain no fear of any persons who have had experience, or recent article, said, "The people wiltrouble resulting from recent failures, ling to surrender their dearest theoobserved the workings but are prepared for any emergency. who have the government service. If you are ries In regard to finance nnd the Tar-I- f, Some people may be foolish enough In order to see the people of tie do not give such a to become alarmed, but they will get mal iug $2 a day, place up for one that pays four. In whole country enjoying once more tbo their money promptly, and in sixty may be making more substantial benefits of prosperity. days will regret inconsiderate haste. four years you you would be making In But prosperity must lie the price of People are still showing their faith in money than service, nnd have surrender." If the "Constitution" government Us solveucy by investing ,evejy day the be truly sincere, we may hope to count - pects of a future advance In pros in the stock of the company. The priperi.y, rather than stand the chance it among the supporters of the Ameractual cash balance on hand at close dismissal through varying political ican system in the near future. of February bears a very favorable of foruues. 'Stick to your last' Is a Though If it would, as it says, surrenmonth of previcomparison with same der theories lor prosjierlty, we do not homely but a wise proverb." ous years and Indicates that the comunderstand why it did not enter the pany will meet Its obligations in the Protection ranks long ago, in 1891 or future beyond any doubt. 1892, when, under theMcKinley law, The "Comniereial" is strictly a the country saw such prosperity as busiKentucky association does no neither it nor any other country has ness in way of loaning or otherwise For Infants and Children, ever seen before or since. But the outside of the State, and keeps all of bonds of theory are stronger than iron JSJ her stockholders within easv reach of bet , chains. There is no doubt but that its representatives in the Geld, and dlutut rtul many u ers honestly believe has never loaned money In a "boom" e would bring prosper that town. The management of this comity that "vould eclipse even the brill pany Is under Frank P. Straus, Presiiant tecord of the McKinley bill. Now, after the utter tailure of the dent, and It. M. Coleman. General Thrice-a-wco- k e policy, alter the four yeaia Manager. The public is referred to of hardship, idleness aud distress un-dLouisville Banking Company and a partial trial ol that Industrial Louisville Trust Company, as to thefallacy, perhaps the return of prosper standing and capacity of these genity under Protection may bring them into the ranks of the supporters of tlemen, and the rolldity of this in. that policy. If the only "price of stltution. surrender be prosperity we may THE FARM, FIELD AND FIRESIDE COLONY. This company has a bright future count them as good es won, and deserves the confidence of the A happy, prosperous community In part of the State. Remember we do the very beat lob Louisville the must dellglulul public It now enjoys. Send forcopy of Times, .Vln puuling ut the lowest living f rices rol1irlnf Tit m Rich-ardson, Circuit Court convened 'Monday. A large crowd was In attendance. Nothing of importance has been done in ooutt this week, but the wheels of justice will begin In earnest by Monday. The following named gentlemen compose the present grand jury: W, Robert Wilson, Wins W. Cook, fiey Holbrook, W. C. Keenc, Bugene Maddux, R. T. Duke, J. W. Thomas, J P. Bennett, Sara B. Robertson, Ben W. Taylor nnd Isham Lee. Moses $n 00 ovetcoits $475 ComnittJ's I' fkw sprlnij god at Fair Awarded Ugliest Honors World' Republicans Select Their County Ticket. ntPlr& wm CREAM 'DR' Pair BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Vim Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A nmm of w, Mossngos Mon of To-da- y to tho No. 2. 3c 6c ,i7c ic TELEPHONE TALK. All-wo- Jones Morehead, Col-leg- d. office-holdin- y, three-quarte- In concluding Aitic'e No. 1. we promised to further illustrate our subject by referring to tlo world renowned Admiral David Farrngut.who was on the very eve of blighting his brilliant career, (through irregularis ties and self reliance, pinup ing Into when he was happily delivered. He has told the stury ol liia folly and of his coming to his senses in He says: this characteristicjway. "Would you like to know how I was enabled to serve my county? It was all owing to a resolution I formed when I was ten years old. My father was sent secreted down to New Orleans with the little means we then had to look after the treason of Aartfn Burr.I accompanied him as cabin boy. I had some qualities that I thought made a man of me. I could swear like an old salt, could drink as stiff a glass of grog as II I had doubled Cape Horn, and could smoke like a Jocamotive. I was great at cards and fond of gambling in every shape. At the close ot dinner one day my father turned everybody out ot the cabin, locked the door, and said to me: 'David, what do you mean lo be?' 'I mean to fullow the sea,' was my prompt reply. 'Folio the sea,' he continued, 'yes be a poor, miserable, drunken sailor before the mast, kicked and cuffed about the world and die In some fever hospital in a foreign clime. , 'No David ; no my boy, ever trod the quarterdeck with suck principles as you have and such habits as you exhibit. You'll have to change your whole course of life if you ever become a man.' "My father left me and went out on deck. I was stunned by the rebuke nnd overwhelmed with mortification. "A poor, miserable, drunken sailor before the mast, kicked and cuffed about the world, and to die in some fever hospital.' That Is my fate is it? I'll change my life, and change It at once. I will never utter another oath; I will never drink an other drop of Intoxicating liquors; I wilt never gamble. And ns God is my witness, I have kept those three vows to this hour." As we rejoice over these Instances of rescue from the sans culottism of man's insubordinate desires and aims, and think of others who have been whirled by jtheir own unbridled appetites and passions to destructions, we can hardly fall to perceive that anachy in the life of the individual must reach beyond Itself and tend to disorganize the life o: the community. Chaotic in himself, how should it be expected of him that he reverence cosmos anywhere? Mob rule within naturally creates an affinity for mob rule without, and the uncrowned soul clamors for auruncrown-e- d commonwealth. We have touched one of the greatest evils connected with "triumpant Democracy" everywhere, particularly In America. Children in the'Unitcd States aie early taught the value of civil and rtliglous freedom; but they do not appear to be as tnoroughly instructed in the truth that personal liberty has its bounds nnd that its orbit is determined by the tight of other personalities, and hence, law is set forth as masters. C. (To be continued.) Mr jlp' ' K: Corbett-Fitzslramo- Mr. L. II. Condlct, who has been staying in Hartford for the past fiw mouths, has returned to bis home at Everybody regrets Point Pleasant. Hlce's depatture, but wish him a pleasant summer at his home. Suffered Eighteen Years. Fain Departed and Sleep Came. Mr. Julia A. Drown, ot Oorlngton. Tenn, whoso hiuband has charts ot tho electrle Ught plant at that place, has been a, great Her allmonU and speedy care nrTerer. axe beat described by heraelr, aa followat 18 yeara I auffered from nerrooaneM "For and Indliwtion. 1 tried erury remedy recommended by family and friend, but I could get no relief at all. Twoyearaago, a, while bclnir treated by three local phyal-clanDrs. Ilarret, Maloy aud Bherod, they &ffm&! Frec-Trad- Free-Trad- The and Republican Free-Trad- Ifn. Tittii A TlnMnl. Informed mo that I had become droprloal. and that there waa little hope tor me. I then decided to try si " N. Y. World $1.65 por year. for er Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine, to I waa then unable to net and aleep until during all well on toward daylight, florjdaIFreoR.n.Faro this time I had a deep, heary pain In toy left aide. I vat lf met mUcratU, indeed, bat bottle of the tluUn eftertaklng one-haIcoukl sleep altnlght lust as well aslerer did. The iftrpin I the only remedy that I tno I are and any relief whatever. Ood am now welt atroair. and I llan rrvtiir mis. JULIA A. lUtOWN. podt'je Dr. Mile' Nerrlnj la 1014 on Dr. Miles' Nervine .tlMllk rfttHtiiiMiJiiili ityiiuuuiayntUtiUtiiiu 'l'l'I'I'MEai J HER EIS I ANGEi Are features peculiar to nood's rills. Small In site, tuteleis, efficient, thorough. As on man E UNCLE asy to Take asy to Operate JOHNATHAN Takes a Whack at All "Pops" and Isms and Politicians in Gonoral Directory. STATU OMUClAfcS. j iwg dUniwti MiffltMlrtlWrfll1r1i)1tll 'HWWI William 0. Bradley. Govornor W. J. Worth-iiigtoLiout. Governor Jtlfllltlt HUM Iftt said: "You nem know you bar taken a pill till It Is all MTl B 9 OTtr." 9M. O I. nood & Co., K rroprletors, Lowell, Mass. Tbo onlj pills to take with Hood's Barsaparllls. Hood's 'II. Buslnoss In Doflanco of Raldors. Iw K ' Particu- Charles Flnley. Attornoy General W. 8, Taylor. Auditor Samuol II. Stono. Treasurer Geo. V. Long. Commissioner ol Agriculture, Horand Statistics Lucas ticulture Moore. Becrolaryof State- SEE FAC-S1MI- LE " THAT THE AYcBctollcPrcparailonror Assimilating ihcroodflmlllcgula ling llic StomadB mid Dowels of lar. Superintendent Public lustrucilon-Gc- o A WOMAN MOONSHINER. 1 1 Get. Dotsy Millions Carrlos on Sound Men With Sound Principles Is Wh&t hor We Need Now. away with orriut; ni::ki:i:n. I asked a gentleman a few days ago why the talk of money and political questions had qulted down so much since the election and he answered, "The politicians are all so cvcrlat ingly busy trying to fix their political fencesand get nomitatcd for office, that they have no time for discussing the money question now or any other public question." Mr. Uditor, there Is a pood deal of truth in this observation. If we want reform iu our government system, we will have to push everlasting educational gospel ol reform nud if lis possible at all, write all social teforms In one cam pact, solid organization of upright and incorruptible men. Last fall we heard a continual and fervent haranguing of patriotic theiniqultiesand infamy ol the British gold standard The gold bugs were dondemncd, denounced, derided and enathematized as the greatest enemies ol the country's prosperity and the weliare of the toilers. They fairly out did the calmity howling Populists themselves in the virulence and violence of their lan guage. The Populists, most ot them, were in high feathers. They imagined they had converted the majority of the Democrats from the error ol their ways. They thought they had succeeded in purging the old Democratic party of its dangerous and ungodly elements, the gold bags and btnLiug M. Davison. Register Laud Oillco Ubas. 0. llevnold. Insuranco Bureau Comruissiunor-- D W. Comiugoro. Adjutant General D. R Collier. Suite Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. ItAILIIOAD COMMlBAMNIUtS. SIGNATURE PromolcsT)i6cslion,Cliccrrul-ncssniuincst-Conlalnsncllli- cr An Education. To the young man or woman, who will get us 25 new cash subscribers to the Republian and Louisville Weekly Commercial $1.25 for the two, for one year. We will give a Free 1 Scholarship BKYANT & STRAT-TOBusiness College at LouisThis is one of the best ville. Schools in the South. You can To the N take any branch of study taught in the College as you may select. Go to work and get us 25 new paid up subscribers for the two papers and You Can Get It! If you should get some names and you get, pay fail to get 25 we will pay 10 per cent, for what you so you see it will be good any way you Take it. zs THE REPUBLICANS AND m Louisville 1 Commercial $1.25 per year for both. Do you want any PRINTING? are ready to re- m ceive your orders for ar.y thing in that line. We print If you do, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, we Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Jack Bills. In fact everything that you want printed. All work first-clas- s and at lowest prices. for estimates. Write or call THE REPUBLICAN, Our Clubbing Rates. Tho Republican and the Louisville Commercial. . . .81.25 1.60 ' aud and Berai-Wcek- ly Courier-Journal..- ., Somi-Weekl- y Gobo-Deroocr- at. . . . 1.75 " ' uuil New York Tribune and Louisville Daily Post 1.25 2 75 rli lll.rai.rr Nnvril UN I.H. Mr. G Callloustte. f)rugWt, III., sys: -- To Dr. Kind's Was New Discovery I owe my Hie. taken with I.iGrlppe and tried nil the pUy3lelns for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and froii the first dose began to get Utter, ami alter mine three bottles was up and about ugain It I woith its weight in gold We won t keep stoie r home without it " Get a free tn it At Williams & Ben s Dnip St'ne or Hill A scholarship in the Lexlugton Business College. A bcholarsbip in Bryant and Stralton Business College A "cholrashlp in King's Commercial College. A scholarship in Ken j on College. Apply at this office and we will save you big money. OABTOniA. The l'loatlngfatmiolsatRocUpoit Indeed the simple minded and trustful Populists were sucked ri?ht OTHER COUNTY OFriCKRS. into the midst of the Popocratlc parG. 8. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur ty. Springs. But lo and behold) no sooner do the N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. shrewd Popocrats succeeded in disZ. (I. Shultz, School Supt. Hartrupting the Pops with the alluring ford. bait oi a promise oi an office or two, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur FOR like the assessor's or jailer's place, Springs. KVERT member oi C. R. Campbell, Poorhouso which it does not require much abiliEVERY family on ty to fill than they proceeded to re- Keeper, Hartford. JU8TICE8' COURTS EVERY farm, in consider the decision to exclude gold FORIWILLE. J. A. Bowling EVERY village, in bngs from the primary and allow their EVERY State aud Ternteryisingle standard brethren to return to Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, September 10, Decemborl.9 the fold. Buford. Ben F. Graves March FOREdusAtiou, The old saying that "Politics 26, June 25, September 24, DecemFORNoble Manhood, makes strange bedfellows" was never ber 24. Hartford. A 8. Aull March 5, more forcibly illustnted than it is FOR True Womanhood. June 4, September 3, December 3. this year. Woodward ItosiNE. U. Li. IT gives all important news nt tho Nation. Why. look at the situation in March 13, Juno 12, September 11, IT gives a'l important news of tho World. Meade county for example. There December 11. IT gives tho most reliable market roiiorts. Wfj they have Populists running in a Cromwell. Jont B. Wileon IT gjves brilliant and instructive editorials. March 7, June 7, September 5, DeDemocratic primary for nomination IT gives fascinating short stories on the Democratic ticket Populists, cember 5. IT gives an unexcelled agricultural department. court or to jail. gold bugs, silver bug3, Democrats It gives rcieutifit and mechanical information. Her size baffled It would take and what not mixed up in a sort of IT gives illustrated Iruhion articles. IT gives humorous illustrations. half a dozen strong men to carry her free for all handicap (or office. IT gives entertainment and old. out of the house, and when the outEveu the good natured, EHsba IT gives tatisfaction everywhere to everybody, side was reached they would not be Ashcralt and several others oi the For Infants and Children. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY able to get her to the road at the bot erstwhile champions of Populism TRIHUNE, both papers tom of the ridge, as it was impossible have succumbed to tbe alluring wiles " Ilea to get a wagon to the top, where her of the Popocrats imj cabin is located. The Popocrats nre smart fellows; Fvery time the officers call at the they know how to tole the Populists honse she simply laughs and says, in. They knew what most of the Address all orders lo the Never ro way Irom home without "Take me if you can." The officers leaders of that trading a bottle of Dr. Bell.s Pine Tar Honey. cannot take her, and that is the end and fusing party were Itching for, 30 Change ofclimate, change ofapait-ments- or . of it. JESL-srHo.l?t3COa-aLthey promised them a few offices. exroiuicmay bring' ona cold Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Be3 In Mrs. Mullens will be found the The Democrats used to berate the personification oi ignorance. Her poor Populists roundly for only being which nothing but this famous reme Room 2, Tribune IJulldlng, New York City, and sample copy olTHIi NOW YORK WltttKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. 7., Wayne knowledge of the world is confined to a lot of disappointed office seekers. dy will cure. For sale by Griffin & Bro a radius of three miles of her home. But the Populists stoutly maintained She was born near the place where that they were simon-pur101 patriots ZT she lives, and has never been off the seeking only their country's good CD ridge. Never saw the little county Poor Populists, I pity them. How Thrice-a-wee- k a. CO town of Ta zewell, the county seat ot will they be able to meet their antags -H0DGENVILLT3, KY. I Tuzwell county, and has never seen a onlsts now? Are not most of them N. Offers esceptionsl advantages to young ladies and gentlerailway train, although she is at pres- actually tumbling over one another men desiring a comtilete education nt small cost. 0 New '2: $1.G5 ent nearing the 50th milestone other in their eagerness to get into a politl o Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Boatd, Referencn Librn-ry- , monotonous life. She delights in cal deal ior a little pie? CA n nity,Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual CommuI having visitors call and see her and 3 Supports a Lecture Course. Down in Mccracken county lue m o talks interestingly. o Populist were not able to sell their SPRCIAL FACILITIES FOR PRHPARATION OP 2! THE FARM, FED AND FIRESIDE COLONY. During the year that Mrs. Mullens voters to the Democrats ior what they rr Teachers Review and Normal Training classes in session (Dl has been coufiucd to her bed she has A happy, prosperous community in thought they were worth, so thev at all times, besides six other exhaustive and complete seen her thrte sons aud husbaud pass most delightful part ol tbe State. went over to the gold standard Rednb-Mean- s the course of study. We court investivation. Send for a Send forcopy of to the be) ond. She could not attend and made a trade with them Tlir KiilTrnlii,Grrrii rovcHirlncr.Vln catalogue and judge for yourself where the BRST" educathe funeral service at the little church, by means ol which they ate to get a tion can be obtained for the LEAST MONHY. Address " which Is situated several miles from few offices. P all comminutions to her home, and the tuners services, if And the Popocrats wlto last fall such they might be called, were held Courier-Journ- al in the rooms were the mother and would fly into a terrible passion if the Hotlgenvillo, Kentucky. wife lay on the bed, and their bodies words, "gold or gold bugs," were V mentioned in their presence, are now were laid to rest just outside the door even in our own state admitting these in the back yard, where she coul 1 forS1.75. same gold bugs bick Into their priTELEOnAPUT, PENMANSIIIP, ETO, witness the interment maries, not for the sake of their counThe woman takes her misfortune (m the sake of the aud says that she will try ol course, bat coutiuue the sale of whisky until her offices IIKRNANDO COONTV, In Fayette and Diviess the doots el lime to die has come, and then she, Who desires to better his or her condition in life, should writo for IIOTRI,. HnnNANDO, the Popocrat pitty have been kindly riKOOKSVILLB, too, expects to be laid to rest beside mo uaiaiouo or wo Winter Health Resort. The place the bodies of her husband and sons opened to the gold standard people, RI9YAWT ifc. - a . " jXaG-Xl- . ! van in the little p'ot In the back ynrd, and even in dear old Meade the same for any who are aflected with pulmo no. SOU TJUUU UTIIBBT, LOUISVILLE, KV. nary. lung, tluoit or chest troubles. known as the laniily bnrylng ground thing has happened of the Mullens family. Poor misguided and deluded Pops, Write for booklet: nlso for lilt ofval-lmlilands and homes for settlers; Aik jour you were not able to purgf the Dem- - litnd growing corn, tobieco. sugar RI.PANS PruagiRt Nnnrlhlnir " Kiiiiht ocratlc party of either j ourselves or ciine, oranges and all fruits outs, etc. for a xtiierotis ' It maybe worth something to know f'rJ?rlZ) Pinpetty at remarkably low prices. rei t tual xe that the very best medicine for rass the gold bug brethren. III;'. I r mil llii J. Watkins I.bk, This shown Mr. IWItor, that n pn. AddreM, toring the tired out nervous system , cotit.ttrm Pla. REGULATE THE cam, ii nun to a healthy vigor Is Itlectrlc BitUrs, lilical party to succeed in acconip'Mi-inSTOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS j an other good must have not only sound This medicine is purely vsgetable, AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. rt' in ' ug nets by giving toue to the nerve centres principles, but sound 11111 as well, It I" cpni.1. ItlPAXS TAnVLES ! U. .Ml VU-ein the stomach, gently stimulates the men of character and resolution. kin. fr Ill(Ua, HIlUaiatM,l Atitoibeil d: Ilca4lulM!,CaillaUtlrapp4la,CkKal Breckentidge Uncle Johnithnn, in I,iver and Kidneys, and aids these Ri nf ft oi ciUlrTrbl.lJU.I.u,UdCa,llU, PjMaterr, orta.lr Ilrolk, ul all alt- op " a,M "v organs In throwing off Impurities in News. iMiwu, 4Tr ""COLD 'N HEAD 1 vracr TtbulM eooUlo EothlmrIU U4WAU. Z Itlpau InliiriMi to the blood, Electric Bitters improves cKtheNaall'a sass Ail Inflam- f UumAulloftteou.utulliMn. tnUMnnli f F. 0. AUSTIN, M'gV., f Ullar.tafllilil.JHrliRIM4UUnlM to lie happy or the appetite, aids digestion, and is It is I It 0 a and I'r the mation Sunplt I UroarliiieiruldrunliLortiiiiiaU. Tll, 19 CMltl AdltMi ' pronounced by those who have tried cheerful or tiwlul when one is suHVr 531 Wost Market Stroot Bo Mrmbraue Krstoies tho Snstsof THE niPANS CHEMICAL CO., t iinl Smell. Full Sue 5.1c , it as the very best blood purifier and Ing from a discomforting cold or n it tntct'B rniKrr, tuttr roai orrr. i twnonGthandOth, Trial Mw ioc at Drug gists or by 11 is wonaeriui net ve tonic. Try it. Sold ior 50c or nasty nine cougn njr m.ii lor ftnle $1.00 per bottle at Williams & Bell's that some psoolo will goon from day! A dciirftbUr ULY DKOj latin of one hundred fOWarnuSt N. V. to day suflerlng from these distress-- 1 Drug Store. sens, wax Hartford, well Ing disorders when a 35 cent bottle of watered, u good oichcd, two hlindreil We have just received a large lot of htatini; tiers, jjcamI buildings, and in We would be glad to have our Dr. Bella Pine-T- ar Honey will relieve L BAKRR Oive us ymir orders giMiitcomnunity new lob type friends call and renew their subscrip- the most stubborn rase, For sale by For lutther par. AND CutrtKS: t.cjl ro cull At this office at once, tr O BAKBR. for Job Printlti.,' tion. 'I. Wayne Griffin & Bro. - Betsy Mullcno is the largest woman in Tennessee. She lives in a little log house on top ot Newman's Ridge, in the mountains of Hancock county, where she earns a living by the sale of illicitly distilled whiskey in open defiance oi the Goverment officers, who have time and again been sent to arrest her, but have never been successful. Her avoirdupois is about 540 pounds, and this accounts for the woman never having been arrested. It was in the tall of the year just passed that I visited the Mullens home, in company with the revenue The place officers lrora Kuoxllle. where she lives is sixteen miles lioni the railroad, and by no means easy of access. As you near the foot of the ridge where the woman lives you can see her cabin on the top. A conveyance cannot wend its way to the home, and those who wish to see the largest woman In the State, have to leave their conveyance behind and make it on foot up the steep mountain side. Approaching the house, the first thing out of the ordinary which attracted my attention were four mounds in the back yard, which, upon inquiry, I learned were the graves oi her husband and three sons, the latter having given up their lives in mountain fights and had been buried in the yard, where the mother could turn from her bed in the little house and gaze at the spots which contained beneath their grassy sod all that was mortal oi those who were so near and dear to her. For years the woman has been bed ridden. Not that she is sick, but her immense size is such that she is unable to walk or move around like other people. Her husband was for years an invalid, and the family was without visible means of support until Betsy conceived the idea oi sell-i- n e whisky. There are any number of illicit stills in the mountains near by, and jnst across the line in Kentucky, and with the operators Betsy made arrangements for her supply ot "mountain dew " It is brought to her in stone jugs, and from her bedside she can reach down and pour out any amount oi whisky which the patrons oi her place may desire. In open defiance of the law has' Mrs Mullens carried on this method of liquor selling for years. The Fed eral Grand Jury has Indicted her time after time, and officers have been sent to arrest her, but that was all. They would come to her bedside and serve the papers, but could not take her to J110 Dompsey, II. 8. Irwin. Samuel F, Brown. C Wood, chairman; Secretary J. F. nor Mineral, OTNAltCOTIG. &cvotOtanrSNVWZiTMR HC IS ON THE OF CONGRrSMONAL. WRAPPER OF EVERY Hon. William C LindSenators say, Hon, J 0. 8. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis statu LraiSLATtmn. Hon. A, D. James. Senator Representative Ohio County Hon. 0. M. Barnett. Itmfud- (iv"-yz- : mm n, .Fcvcrish-ncssflndLoss- or BOTTU2 OF Sleep. A perfect Remedy forConstlpa-tlo- Sour Stonuch.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens-b- o Toe Simile Signature of Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo ro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Oivenaboro. T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner laaKVfrfflyrTfiTTRTrnrean NEW Yonu. Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund, Hartford. Cal. P. Koown, Sheriff- "- Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsvillej Thos. R. Bishop, Centcrtown; S, T. Stevens, , , . I j EXACT COPOF WRAPPER. lottlti ralr, It OiitorU la tit up la cai-il- ii not iill la tall. Iien't allow- - tajou ta tell pie n yremU till It too aajuihg ill! ea tt 1 11 txiry pr-- 1 "Jut si good" s&i "1U 8t tint jm jet je." Ritis- tn colli ' 11'.UI III 9 uim m& j::z. 'rii Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continucsthrco weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY KIIG'S COIDiiL Sts, o BOOK-KBKPIN- COLLEGE COURT. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE John P. Morton, Judge T). M. Hockcr, Clerk Harttord. S. E. Cor. 5th and Markot E323.-t2rcixi.oHartford. Monday in E. P. Neal, . Attorney-Hartfor- d. on Stla. jst. Louisville. Kf. I j traternity. Affords the best facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTSuccess BMursd in HAND. TVPB WRITING and QUARTERLY COURT. Terms moderate. THRHB MONTHS. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS j Begins on tho ihinl Monday in Business men furnished Stenographers 1'RIHt; OP when competent. January, April, July and October. CHARGTJ COURT OP CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. Court convenes each month. first p i 1 m B! mm. CASTORIA . ONE YEAR UAUTFOlti) REPUBLICAN, , e The Republican and "KENYON COLLEGE" II Y. 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