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JJt (. til , V- - WiJWJiii 'iHOL' '! iiww , or- - . pHtf!!iT"f ' V 0, Jhii TamfaM aam rtM-.-a- . . .., lT p lejiAafc-efcam- MANY THINK! when tho Creator snld to woman, "In sorrow almlt tliou bring forth children," that n curse was pronounced ngninst the human race, but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe, proves the contrary. Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Lxpcctant Mother, and should be avoided, that she may roach the hour when the hope of her heart is lobe realized, in full vigor and strength. The Habteobf Republican. " !. pleasant Soap for the sldn "Nothing: else like it:" The mort rcfrcshlnc and il o . a a,.. OFFICIAL OECAN OF TEE PARTY IK THE FOUETa'COKGRESSIOKAL DISTRICT. f stu ivy si VOL. IX. HARTFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, MARCH with the express ssseitgets, ndls-- , trldutton ot weapons nutf then, Dick having been set loose to find his way home, the train s tinted ojt. When it stopped in answer to the signal at the station, ftvajtnen appeared at express doors audi .engine cab, and with drawn revolvers started to call "hands up!" But each of the five found one or more revolvers so roxlmity to suddenly held in close his own head, that tit: own hands were the ones that went up -- and without loss of time. J ' Then the train men Hastened into the office, and found Tom lying still bound, sick from the effects of the blow and from the s'inoke. They took him aboard, with Henry nnd the next few days the brothers spent fn a hospital, getting over the effects oi the terrible! nfght. Wheu once morcjime work, Tom was given a far tter iposltion at 12, 1897. dear letters. I.lfe must nt all cventa be ' ved. One day, looking over the ma'l which had arrlvet-- it wi part ol her duty- - carefully setting aside all the matter that must com under the personal eye of her emptoydf, she was glancing Idly through the leaves ol an elegant sample bjok of fine stationary and engraving, whose ar tistic coverings had attracted her eyes There were finely engraved visiting cards, lnvatatlons to balls and suppers and wedding cards in profusion She looked at these last, musing idly the while on other days, and building 1 NO. 33. the Republican party, hecmse they were the only tw Itnpirtivit meis-utos- tf his administration upon which he was right, and therefore the Re- iUTANEOUa JSoap. Toiitt. HOW NO. 49 WAS WARNED. get his had on the Instrument ior an instantl" Hopeless he turned away his head, his glance falling from the cords that bound him to the heel plates on his shoes put on to help him in slippery weather. Unconsciously he struck them together, for his feet were not tightly fastened, and as he did so an inspiration came to him. But would he dare do it? It would be dangerous to the brother he loved so well the men might even kill them both il the trick were discovered. For a long moment he hesitated, then with a groan under his breath, he let his sense of duty win the day. He gazed straight Into Henry's face ness. It was a gloomy prospect, could he as the lad sat looking down at him, have seen it a desolate landscape of and then directed his glance toward Henry's eyes uncon scrub and yonng trees. There was his shoes. no house nearer than the ranch where sciously folio Ted. Then Tom clicked his heel plates he boarded, 'and that was anilldls-tan- t. ciicic softly togctuer cucic cucic-cuc"nor did the No visitors came by the little frame but Henry never noticed, building, save at loug intervals, no men as they clustered about the passengers ever boarded the train stove. Again and again Tom gave the there. Indeed, the trains never stopped unless for telegraph orders, or to sign as before an uneasy movement take the siding for some other train lrom the chair told that It was noticed Once more the heel plates softly to pass, on the single mala track. W. R. R. had needed the clicked out the word "Henry," The S. & siding at just this point on the long sounding the telegraph alphabet. There was ait instant of silence bedesolate strece of prairie between Ralfore Henry slipped down his fo(5t( ston and Winfield, and necessity had driven Tom to accept the lonly post against the table leg with the toe of his shoe clicked out the answer nd ol operator, in order to support his brother Henry, when "Yes." The men were talking in low tones they had been suddenly left alone in and heard nothing; indeed the steady the world. The door opened now, and Henry rattle of the telegraph sounder concame in, bringing a breath oi cold air cealed thesllght noise that Tom made with him. In his hand he carried a as he slowly clicked out his message, basket containing his brother's sups using the shortost words he could oil per. He was a lad of four teen years, think "Break lamp 49 at looking small for his agr, even when cut." mo filed up as he was. Henry started. The cut was half a "I hoped you wouldn't try to come said Tom, as he helped re- mile away, a terrible distance in the storm and darkness. Besides, the move the wet wraps. "Oh, It's nothing! Dick knows ev- men had threatened to kill him ii he ery step ol the way. I just wrapped moved. How could he go? But up and left the reins loose. But I brave for his brother's sake, he tell you, it's slippery. Trains will crushed down the fear in his heart and tapped on the table leg: "How?" be late Get match- - -- burn coat Dick-hur- ry," "Yes. No 49 won'treaeh here uncame slowly the answer. til 7:30, and No. 64 is three hours Henry quietly moved his hand to a late. We'll have to bunk here to night. I'llgoandsee to the ponies." box on the table and soon a few Snatching up a lantern, he hurried matches were in his possession. But out while Henry sat down by the ins how should he start a fire to make the stiuments, and fingered an unused confusion necessary for his escape? 1 be olhcc lamp was high on a sounder. His brother had taught bracket over his head and the only him how to telegraph. Tom soon returned, and they sat other light was in n lantern on the affair with a down to their meal, warming their table, and small movable lamp inside. coffee over the little ' office stove. "Here, youl Put out that lanThey were in the midst ofthisoccu tern!" called out one of the men, pation, when the sound of the door opening caused them to start to their seeing the boy's gaze fixed on it. feet, in surprise that any human be- 'We don't want any extra lights ing should cross their track on such a about, in case we have to run for it later," he murmured to the others. night Henry saw his chance and bravely There stepped into the room a tall broad shouldered man, whose features took it. Opeuing the lanteru clumsl were almost hidden by the heavy ly, he let the lamp slip straight through his hand iuto a pile of waste beard he wore. A smaller man followed and stood in the background, paper, beside the wood box, uttering while Tom telt, rather than saw, a cry ot pain as though nc had burnt that another stood outside by the himself. Then in a pretended effort to put window. "When will the Winfield express out the blaze he scattered the burning arrive?" the tall man asked, in a paper in several directions before the men realized what had happened. gruff voice. Muttering oaths at the boy's care"In about forty minutes; it's late lessness, the five sprang to their feet. Tom answered, his uneasifor the It would never do to have the signal ness increasing suddenly, side, as light outside burn down before the man's board looked from the if it were fastened on. Somehow he train arrived. BesiJes, the express would never stop for a burning shed wished he hadn't told the time so exSo they it the signal was not shown actly. "Good! We're on time then. We fell to with a will, shoving HeUry want you to signal that train to stop, roughly aside, nnd giving him just for it's absolutely necessary for its to the chance he needed. Slipping, unseen, out the door, he reach Winfield said the stanger, turning his eyes away from rushed to the little horse shed, nnd hurriedly briddllUg the youug operator's steady gaze. "I can't sir. It's against the tules. Dick, urged the surprised pony down No passenger ever boards here, and the narrow gutter that ran beside the that express never stops. I'm sorry, track. The wind in gusts nearly blew the but - " lad lrom the horse's back, lor be had "We'll payor it." broke In the man sharply. "If It's against orders for no saddle to cling to. The gutter was you to do it, will you 'telegraph Su- lull ol icy water that benumbed his perintendent Hastings at Winfield for legs as it spattered over them, and besides, mado Dick incline to balk. instructions!"' But he stumbled on under his mas"Certainly," 6aid Tom, with a breath of relief, glad to consult his ter's urging, slipping on the hard superior about the matter, and he ground, and breaking through the ice that already covered some of stretched out his hand to the instru- thin the pools. It seemed to the lad 03 ii ment to call up headquarters. every waving brancli were a giant The next instant he found himself tp at full length ou the II 10 r, dized by a arm crush him, and every crackliug limb a pursuing, robber. The sleet blow on the head, while the tall man frozen in hisbalr hebad nocapnnd bound and gaged him. The stranger's wet him to the skin, for he had taken seized 4Itnry, jammed companion off and rolled up his coat. him into a chair and threatened to Twice Dick went down on his kill him if lie moved from it. Three men now made their appear- knees, once sending Henry off into ance, the upper parts of their laces the icy water, jet on the lad strugbeing concealed by white masks. gled, until finally they reached the The leader and his companion like cut; none too soon, for the headlight wise donned these articles, the former of No. 49 could already be seen around detaching his laUe whiskers with a the curve. Reining in the exhausted pony, laught at Tom's expense. Altera few whispered instructions, Henry tnmbled off and, kneeling beone man went out, and the young side the track, tried to strike a match operator, all his factultlts again on on the rail. But some were wet and. the alert caught the sound nof the his numbed hands could not hold othtrack signal lantern being turned to ers, and nearer and nearer came the "stop," and like a flash he realized train. Itt was almost upon him when what would happen, There had at last the match blazed out and been a train robbety on aneighboring caught the llninl oi his coat. Raising the blazing signal, the lad road a lew weeks before, and now wave it up his these men intended to stop the njsjht exerted all untilstrength tothe answerand down he heard express, with its heavy shipment ol ing whistle, nnd then he fell beside gold from the mines. the track with Just breath enough left In an agony ot dread he looked to whiaper his warning, when they over to where tliV sounder was telling took him up nnd cm led him into the that in thirty minutes warning would baesage car. come too late. "Oh il he could only I There was a hasty cousulation The wind whistled and shrieked about the small frame building beside the railroad track, whirling dead leaver in tiny drilts against door and windows, and sending gusts of rain and Bleet that rattled the panes, fore telling winter's return. It was only a little niter six, but night had already fallen, black and forbidden. Young Tom Henderson shivered as be opened the door and looked out, then lustily closing it, he went and stirred the fire for the twentieth time. Restless and uneasy, however, he soon wandered back to the window and stood gazing out into the blackhlra-selfaruu--war- n1 Kumars Bath ros m MOTHER'S FRIEND so relaxes the system and as- lHU,2BVn It lasts twice as long; as others. A trial will conrlnce you or He great merit. Will pteaee the moet f.ltldlout. sists Nature, Isr" lSffjy that f. vW I the nec essary change JiwWill(ljr fill . jSrjm I )il Str", XiirH without takes place Nau $$( 'fi YnfJ InW trvintr hour is robbed of its pain and suffering, as so many happy mothers have experienced. Nothing but "Mother's Friend" docs this. Don't be deceived or persuaded to use anything else. "Mother's Friend" li the greatr-a-t remedy erer on t beraarket, anil All our enntomeri pralne it lrJ7."-r.- H Kixo A Co . WMtwtlgnt,Tex. Or drnrgltt at 11.00, oreni pf mill onmelpt of prloe Write for hook cnnulnlnr Tatua- ble Information for all Mother, nailed free. The Drald.il Co., A tlaaU, Oa. 'bodingof dan- rrcr. and the sea, Headache, Nervous or rGIoomy Forc- - li JUiltr Wlnfield-bo- th brotlilSwylag refus- Fair View Hord -- Poland -- of (Jhinas, ed to receive a money reward from R R, Bxprcss Co. The robbers, who proved to be the same that had "held up" the train on the other road, made not a few re- , I Pigs in pairs not akio. Gome end we my 8tock, or write your wants. Prices reasonable. 11 Om J. O. WELLR, Beaver Dam, Ky. marks uncomplimentary to themselves when they found how easily they had been caught, One of them confessed that no time was left them, after the fire was put out, to think of Henry, the train come so soon. American Agriculturist Mnrcli April Mny Are the months in which to give especial attention to the conditlrn of your physical health. If you pass safely through these months and find yourself strong and vigorous, on the arrival of warmer weather, you may reasonably expect that you will be well in summer. Now is the time to take Hood's Sarcaparilla, because now is the time when the blood must be purified, enriched and vitalized, and because Hood's Sarsaparilla is the only tiue blood purified prominently Hood's in the public eye Sarsaparilla has power to make yon healthy and guard your system against disease. tc-d- Louisville Dental Co., IW7 OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5 to 7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Uest set ol teeth (no better made no matter bow much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Sliver filling 75c ttxtrncting, pet tooth 25c extracting with Vitalized Palaless Air 50c Hxtractlnj: free when Artificial Teelh are ordered. Office permanently located l!4W.IUt. Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. H Wanted-- An JYoUet yoor 14 tbtr nr WHU rltnt Ww hi ton, D. cfor ny.llaiJOHNokWUJDEltBUllN tblr iiJUQ priw oTr ot two wtatod. Idea Who cca think of torn tlmpt uuo(Mrienir bring yon wenh. CO- Attor. No sensible man should or ever does get angry becauso a man duns him for his money. A dun is not an impeachment of a subscriber's integrity, but it is Bimply an outpouring of a publisher's necessity. For instance, 1,000 men owe a man from $1 to 810; ho has to dun them in order to par his expenses. Instead of getting angry and stopping his paper because the publisher asks for what is due, tho subscriber should thank the editor for waiting so patiently, and pay up like a man. ContlenaeU Tcetlinonj-- . Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manu" tbl Luair4 larftratlou HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common water glass vvllhurlne audlet it Btnnd twenty-foi- l hours; a sendiraent ol settling indicates a diseased condition ot the kid ncys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence Ol klducy tiouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order. 1 WHAT TO DO. There is cotufortln the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, thegreat kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the uiinary pas sages. It corrects inability to bold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use ol liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and the extraordinary eflect of Swamp Root is soon realized. It stands the highest tor 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 For a sample bottle and one dollar pamphlet, both sent tree by mall, mention Tiir Hajitford RcrunucAN address and send your lull to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinglmmton, N Y, The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness ol this of post-otti- lacturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has' no equal as a Cough remedy. J. D. Browrj J?rop. St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind , testifies that he was cured of a Cough of two years standing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. Kiug's New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, BaldwinsviUe, Mass.r says that he has used and recommended it and never knew it to tail and would rather have Itthananydocter, because it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 B. 25th St., Chicago, always keeps it at hand nnd has no fear of Croup, be-Free cause it instantly relieves. Trials Bottles at Williams & Bell's Drug store. , It is an old but foolish practico to plant tho seeds of cucumbers, melons and vegetables of this clasi upon hills. Better plant them in furrows below tboeurfaco than above. They will retain moisturo better and caa be irrigated if desirod. Indiana Farmer. ter. 27 jyr. CHILL TONIC WARRANTED. PRICE IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. UAMTtA. 1144., Not. 19, KM, Parle MedMM Co., St. Lout., alo. OenUemem We eolrt lut Tear, Hk) boulea el ?ABT1CMM CHILI. TON 10 end bare 0 HOY KB bouehl three aruee already thie rear. In all oer ex pert.oc ot U rear, to lb dnia builoeu. bare men snlrenal safer eult an article that lour, irulr, ua loute. 2jt Tftritta-rS- s TASTELESS 60 eta. in For sale by Williams & Bell. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey acts as a balm to the lungs, cutting the mucus, allaying the inflamation, healing and strengthening. It is sure to do you good cannot do you harm. Thousands have been benefitted by its use. walking the gangplank, and alter For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro, trying to get his deck crew to coax, shove, lead or carry the mule aboard, I.ove Ami True! he got mad, rung the bell, backed out Tiiey were young, That must be and lit out for Ararat, leaving the their excuse. They had solved the mule a lonly, friendless beast until riddle ot life's Phiux; and it was very he was discovered by a negro The simple when all was said aud done. two have been fast friends ever Just two small words love and trust. since. Louisville Courier-Journa- l, They knew each other's mind and' There isn't a newspaper of any acheart, and when he had prepared a home for her In that golden West count in this country that does not wither he was going, why he would oflend somebody every week. An come baok to her, and then-a- hl then editor can please part of the people sthesuu would dawn upon life's all tho time, but when in comes to morning, and they two, throughout pluuaing all the people all the time he the heart and turmoil of the day, makes a dismal failure of it. It is would journey together, hand In hand something that no man baa ever sucto the shores of evening. ceeded in doing and we gave it up But they were young, and had loug ago. For that reason tho man solved the riddle. Time passed on who swears about newspapers attracts bringing grief nnd sorrow in its wake about as much attentiou as ho would tothefondbeatt ol the girl. With if ho wasn't on earth at all. her mother's death had gone the little annuity, aud she must go battle lor TI10 Entl ol ft Failure. The administration ot Grover her bread. Jack must not know the sore straits to which she Is put. After Cleveland ends today, and forever. many cays she secured a position We s'aall never again have Instilled with a bookseller and stationer, nnd Into us Mugwump sermons about his bravely went about the drudgery. houeaty, his purity, his greatness Jack's letter told her of his struggle, nor be tempted by promises of the but painted glowing pictures oi the richness ol the clover upon which we iutrue. Thede, though, later on, shall feed by electing him to the of the Republic, came less often and seemed less fer- Chiel MagUtracy administration of affairs, both vent: and then ceased coming altotils gether. Still she did not hope, but domestic and loreUn, has been a failure, whispered to herself those two magic dreary, dismal and words-lo- ve and trustand make duty unrelieved, except by two successes, in a measure take the place of those for both of which he was indebted to dest-uctlv- e publicans sustained him Each of theje rusasiiros wts, however, ofauih vlttl ImoortuiM th t his position upji tniiu sseurel greit results, and entitled lit it to high crellt. Tits on wat ths rental of thepurchaslng clause of the Sher man bill; the other, the assertion ol the Monro: doctrine In respect to the dispute over the Venezuelan boundary. In repealing the castles-al- ry nothingsbased upon law the Democrats endeavored to pass the fabric of the things that were. an act for free silver coinage. To Something strangely familiar in one prevent this ReptfiUJawns compromisof those wedding invitations made ed upon the Shermatrblll, ol which her scan It more closely. There, In they were never satisfied, and which, that catalogue, was a fac simile ol a during the Harrison administration, cord-ii- t invitation xrora General Senator Sherman denounced in the Senate as fraught with the gravest g Geerge G. Marston to attend the of his daughter, Mary Alice to dangers. The financial panic necessarily folah! love and trust to her Jack. Was it one of life's Ironies that she lowing the triumphs of a party should find this in a book of samples? pledged to revolutionize the economic She did not die, although the por- policy of the Government for a gens tals opened. She may have lost her cratlon was blindly Interpreted by the love, but not her trust and to day she President to be the result of the pur. Is bravely living her own life in doing chasing clause of the Sherman law, the good her hands find for her to do, and he early called a special session and men are better lor it; she has of Congress for the purpose ofltsre-pea-l, which would have been imposbowed to them, and women love her for that; in their trouble and grief she sible except (or the active aid and Influence of Republican Senators and has bowed with them - Ex. Represetatlves. Denfne Cnnnot bo Cnretl It certainly would have been imposby local applications as they cannot sible for a Republican administration reach the diseased portion ol the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf- to have secured this repeal, because upon every financial or economic ness, and that Is by constitutional measure proposed by Republicans the remedies. Deafness is caused by an Democrats arrayed themselves in inflamed condition of the mucous linunanimous opposition, without regard ing of the Eustachian Tube. When to Its mentor its emergency. In spite this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and of violent resistance by several Democratic leaders, President Cleveland when it Is entirely closed, Deafness is obtained enough votes lrom his party the result, and unless the Inflammain Congress to secure, with the aid of tion can be taken out and this tube the Republicans the repeal of the restored to its uornial condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; law. As his position in regard to nine cases out of ten are caused by free silver coinage displayed during contest served to irreconcilably Catarrh, which is nothing but an In- this open a breach between the silver and flamed condition of the mucous sursound money wings of the Democratic faces give One Hundred Dollars party, It may be assumed that, In We will of the losses cause by his free for iny case of Deafness (caused by spite catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's trade experiments, the country will be to a great extent indemnified by Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars: the death of the Democratic party. free. n The President unfolded the CO , Toledo, O. F. J. CHENEY & incident upon us in some what Sold by Druggists, 75c. of a hysterical manner, but as he had Hall's Family Pills are the best a Republican Congress to deal with, I'rofllnble Advertiklna;. the affair was taken up promptly in There was a man in our town, and a business-lik- e manner, and has been he was wonderous wise; for when he conducted with dignity to a successmarked his prices down he then did ful close. We must frankly add that advertise. in treating the Chicago riot the PresiAnd when he saw his trade Increase, dent acted with the decision and with all his might and main, he promptness necessary, without dismarked still lower everything, and play of weakness in counsel or action, advertised again. Commercial. And when he advertised again, his DM Yon Kvrr rivals cursed and swore, to see folks Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for go with mighty rush, to patronize his store. And while they sat in solitude your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and saw him custon win, that man and get relief. This medicine has behind the counter stood and raked been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Female the nickels in. And when he raked the nickels in, Complaints, exerting a wonderful and saw his fortune rising, he took a direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have goodly lot ol ink, and kept on adverLoss of Appetite, Constipation, Headtising. ache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous Each day a generous sum he'd sink, and demonstrated plain, the more one Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or pays for printer's ink, the greater is troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. his gain. Fx. Health and Strength are guaranteed 'oncemlng SIiiIm. by its use. Fifty cents and $1 00 at A correspondent asks, "To decide a Williams & Bell's Drug Store. bet. will you please, state In the river column, whether there was a mule on The Floating Studio is at R ockpott the ark or not? No, sir; nary a mule. Wheu Capt. Noah built the ark as a The following lines are inscribed high water packet In the Ararat trade upon a tombstone of an East Tenner and went into the menagarie busisee woman; ness, he found that he was a "mule "She lived a life of virtue, and out" just as he got ready to leave on died of cholera morbus, caused by his maiden trip. He went ashore and after looking around found a mule eating green fruit, in hope of a blessed of 21 nnd would have made his animal immortality, at tho early age show complete If he had been able to yean, 7 months and 10 days. Heaget him aboard the boat. Not being der, 'Go thou and do likewise."' able to find a negro who would twist his tail and make htm get aboard by Bland-Allisowed-ddlnYene-zudlai CHARLES F.MILLER, Mir. of " FHUNCII MILLED TOILtlT SOAPS ANU PL'KPUAIDRY, ESTADU8HBD, V V V Lancaster, Penn. 1R39. V V w PROFESSIONAL OAJiD. Tames .A., flTTfifJEY JT M JIAUTFOlm, KY. Will practico his profession la Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. (Special attention given t" collections. Offico east sido of" publli square. M. L. Hkavrin. SiiEtBY Taylor. ,ei Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfiold, Hartfobd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Offico, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING Will practice his profession in all th Courts of Ohio and nflinininpnmintfoa Careful attention will bo given to a uusincss entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTFOBD, KY. lections. KY. Will practico his profession is the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn tics. Special attention given to eel Offico in Courthouse. Attorney at Caw, HARTFORD, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. (Umnty Attorney) JNO. B. WILSON, given SPECIAL attentionabstracts,to col making &c, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. Hajiwoud, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co.-- , Market Htrcet. Attorney at Iaw R. B. LEE SIMMERMAN, J,B. VICKERS, SSaa Attorney at Law, HlIRTFORD, KY., Will practice his profeasisB- - ia Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted Office in RErCBUtUN tohiscaro. building. Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all the Courts of Obit and adjoining counties. Speoial atOffico tention given to collections. with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, Tho Republican and the St. Louis Semi-weekl- y Globe-Domocrat one year for $1.75. KUTIOS. and woman ia th TTaltei Steles Interetted la the Oplom and Wtalesr habile to bare one of mj book, oa tbeee die eaiei. Addreie II. M, Wooller, Atlanta, Oa., Do an, and on will be tent jou tree. c Beware 01 the Knife. Mr. LlncolnNelson, of Marshfield.Mo., writes: "For sir years I base been a sufferer from a scrofulous affection ol the glands of my neck, and all efforts of physicians lu Washington, I). C., SprlngGeld, 111., and St. Louis tilled to reduce the enlargement. Alter six months' constant treatment here, my .1.vl-letirired me to submit to a re moval of the eland. At this critical mo ment a (nend recommended S.S.S., prejud and laying aside a bedice against all patent medicines, 1 botgan its use. Before I had used one disappear, tle the enlargement began to and now It Is entirely gone, though I am not through with my second bottle yet. Had I only used yourS.S.S. long ago, I would have escaped years 01 misery and saved over iso." This experience Is like that of all who blood troubles. d suffer with The doctors can do no good, and even to the knife prove either their resorts fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only real blood remedy; it gets at the root ofthe disease and forces it out permadeep-rootedeep-seate- I WANT ercrr mtn y I.OMUvlllc.llrmlomuii .VM l.i.ula Co' In i:ilf ( Jnae 1. No. 41. No. daily bound daily . . . 7 5 a m 6 3 pin L Louisville L Brandenburg . . 9 22 7 55 8 20 L Irvingtou . . 9 49 LStephennort . . 1028 858 LCloveiport . . 1047 9 it LHnwesville . . 11 1? 944 . . 12 15 p iuio 48 L 11 55 Ar Henderson . . ( 15 No, No 42. daily bound dally L Hennerson . . . 7 20 a tn 2 55 pm 3 55 L Oweusboro . . . 8 sj L Hawesvill 4 53 9 25 5 17 L Cloverport 9 50 ItMll-nrn- ... ... LStepbenport LBrandonburg Ar Louisville L Irviiigton . . . 10 . . . 10 51 n .1118 i2 45Pn8o 61 639 5 35 una taiii.k 1. ma v. it. it. KY. iii;avi:r QOINO BAST. Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. rn. No. 222 a 1 02 p. tti. Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. ru. Fast Mail CS.S.S. (guaranteed purely ves'tabU) A Real Blood Remedy. Fast Mail it cures the most obstinate cases ol Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, Rheumatism, blood remeetc., which other dies fall to touch. S.S.S. gets at the disease and forces it out root of the Valuable books will be sent free to any address by the Swift Specific Co., At lauta, Lio. Is a blood remedy for real blood troubles: No. 201 a 7 17 a. n. No. 221 a is 25 p rn. Mall Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. H, Muurick. Agt. oomo wissr. sss The Republican and the Courier-Journfor one year al for $1.50. u Yt f I r Hon. A. T. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, should le enforced to the letter, and eight in number, making their es Men of To-da- y A Itonat lor Menincrney. to the Men of Ky., has Un appointed 2 Tne address United 11 t overridden and rendered more or cape. Only three ol them, however, No. 3. FRIDAY, MARCH la, 1897. Insubordination to government is ol Piiil Vn.lervoort President of the States Senator by Gov. Dradly to suc- lcs ol a nullity oy the astute loreig thought it wotth while to embrace inherited in tho mural nature ol hu- R.firin piess Association, before thai ceed Senator Ulaokburn, whoso term tier, with iita evasive uilthods, by the opportunity to get away, the reOffice on Fox Stroot. Is essential which the United States Trenitury has maining five who were serving light manity, and interwoven into ovoy b'Hly yesterday will attract consideraexpired tbo 4th of this month. H health. Rvery nook 1 Iktiinl lltery Frlilny nt llnrllnrit, Hy, been defrauded and our manufacturers ble attention iu Populist and Irec silsentences returning to the jail. Wni. of mail's diversified being, so that and corner of the BvH GovnitNon Bradly bos issued lits bundle ipped lor years past. Among other things he system U reached by tho blood, Daniel, who was awaiting trial on subjoctlon to control, necessariaHy ver circles SAM A. ANDERSON ..Editor. and on i Don't like to have us prate of Ua quality thecondltlon o( every organ deproclamation calling tbo Kentucky the charge oi attempting to outrage boomnos tho first lesson to every wild Subaorlptlon, $1.25 por yoar Legislature to meet in extra session pends. Good blood means strong; nerves, valuations, eh? Prhapj It Is his own daughter; James Rowe and member of tho human rnco as they "All our pnprs have suffered on Kood digestion, robuat health. Impure unpleasant just nt this time, Jack Wlllard, notorious characters, each eator upon lilo. Entered et the post-offiat Hartford Starch 13th to pass some much needRebellion necnuut of fie mistake we made at St. lood means scrotals, dyapepsla, rhenma-tlawhen there Is a prospect of putting a whose present trouble was the carryas second class mail matter. Loulu, ny hive sunpended, and ed Legislation regarding the finances against tho government of the Unicatarrh or othor diaoasca. Theanreat top to the wholesale robbery by ing concealed and deadly weapon, are our great campaign of education was ,way to have good blood la to take Hood's of tbo Slate. verse is tho predominating disposimentis of a Judicious revision ol the the three men who made good their sidetracked and our literature useless. BaraapmllU. This medietas purines, tion; henco tho necessity of early pa and enrloho the blood, and aenda I'nizn fighting is bad enough of it- Taillluudthe imposition ol specific of cape. Jailer Clark was awakened II the Democratic party had won the 001nr.il over the livi and ao the elements ot health and strength to self. fight there would have been no reThe most alarming featuro, duties. The unscrupulous ones who about a o'clock this morning by Jack routul OTery nerve, organ and tlaane. It creates tlonsot their ofidpring. forms enacUd. not even liee sliver, howovor, connected with this brutal have lattened on this country and Willard, one of the prisoners, who Unfortunately fur many ol the and all the power of its machlnerv a good appetite, glrea refreshing stop r crippled Its silk manufacturers for so informed the jailer that his boarders .wmtVmnai .lTfuixi JrnrfcMnrMf custom, is the great, and prevalent and cares that tired fooling. Remember, . interest taken in it by tbo American long do not take kindly to the move-- had nil le't him. This is the second cm.urcii 01 our agn.ims neorflsay is uoi nitd all 6fmft holders, high or low, tnent on foot, which may render their time within the pant month that nil always appreciate.! ny parents. 'L he would have ton wielded to absorb people Interest in tho commercial piracy impossible, for, as the prisoners have gotten out of jail. lack ol proper home training will soon nurp.tty. We should take nn new y light is greater, or Hudlbras very aptly ptits it: bo discovered in tho manuors and departuie. We will not allow our One day recently Jailer Clark return so great, at any rate, as was No rogue e'er felt the halter draw ed ftom a short absence and found conduct of children. Tho character of name or plntfonu to be rtolen by nny tho interest in tho inauguration of BEPULIOAN TICKET. With good opinion of the law. the prisoners sitting on. the fence parental government will iuvaribly bind ot bandits on the face of the President McKinley. But we should not expect nn honawaiting his return, singing and hav- crop out in tho lives of children enrlh For in 1900 we will hold the la the best In fact tho One True Stood rorlfler. Election Nov. 2, 1897. To be President ot tho United orable merchant, who is supposed to ing a good time. They had, howev- as a general rule, while thore may bo firi--t convention il we have to meet cnr mil,-- Uke,euy to Ilia eatyta S States is considered tho highest honor do a square and honest business asan er, placed Daniels in a cell and lock- somo few exceptions. Indifferenco 'Janury operate. County Judge, Jos. A. Park. I hope we will make a chasm so Journal" ed it, in order that he might notes-capto this fact is a great fault nmoug tbo that can be bestowed upon a citizen importer, to berate County Clerk, M. S. England. The Matlon county jail evU paroats of this ago, many of thorn not wide and deep between our pirty and Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, of tho United States. But while tho like an old fiiUwife simply because it novo Good Pooplol'' Dmocracy that the separation of "Look insists upon a ilgid collection of the dently requires stie. gthenlng. County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. honor is great, the responsibility seeming to excrcite any rnoro watch-car- e is duties Our buyer, Mr. Jones, is now in sheep from the goats will at once imposed by law. He should Sbwiir, S. T. Stevens. A llnrrowliiB over the oonductoi their chi'dren correspondingly great. Wo bavo no Title. St. Louis buying n largo stock of School Superintendent, Fun Rogers. commence. Choose between the be as deeply interested ns any other The Henderson Gleaner than they do over tho actions of tho doubt that Mr. Cleveland in quitting Jailer, Thos. H. Black. treacherous, lalse, coirupt, general merchandise including ovcry in having this done, to insure fair Thomas, of the O V Ry, dumb beasts that bolong to them, and tho White House felt much happier Assessor, 0. D. Royal. ballot box stuffing, Democracy, or thing kept in a general store. Re and honest competition in the import upon his arrival in the city yesterday Coroner, L. W. Hunt. uot oven as much, and lighter headed than President trade, unless- - and this is possible the true faith, on whose principals member wo buy with six large caih reported that he had witnessed a harSurveyor, N. Moxley. McKinley in entering it. "Uneasy - he is himself an evader of customs "Indulgence to the boy, is ruin to we have converted a half of the n stores aud got tho very b iltorn prices rowing sight while en route. As the the Suffer tbo boy to do as rests tho head that wear a crown." man.'' and scared the balance out ol Wo now ha vain stock a big lot of duties, which would make everything story goes he was coming from Announcomonts. ho pleases, and uiuoty-niu- o cases in their wits. quite plain and comprehensible, as It rasa nnd clover seed, also the celeon his train when nt a point Conckrnino the Senatorial ques- would acquit him For ItepreaenlnllTe. "More than f ol being inconsist- fifteen miles' this sideoi Hopklnsvllle a hundred will go wroug, siuco' wrong the vote for brated O'ivcr clllled plows and reWe are authorized to announce tion in this State, it appears that tho doing is the prevailing deposition ot the Democratic patty did not careons pairs for ent and merely leave the edges of his R. A. BYERS wimo. thing ot first and moat vital impor-tnac- o reputation as a merchant a trifle a farm house was observed on fire human nature To secure right coniotn for Iree silver. Thex-erleaders, which madeai bright light for some As a candidate for Representative Momkiii ad Jimus&Co. is tho election of some good Rep- - frappe American Silk Journal. from Ohio county, subject to the acdistance AroUnd and that in pissing duct and actions on the part of chil- who controlled their convention and , .Ctniietown, Ky, publican at tho earliest possible time; tion of the Republican party. Fob. 3, 1807. he observed a negro canylng a white dren, requires right teaching aud ours, had demonstrated time after I.nlo Literary Ktm as to whom he shall be is a matter of woman in his arms and- - that he saw government in the nursery, heuco tho time that they were false in their The most intensely interesting peo For StnKlatrnle. secondary importance. That we have principles It was n shrcwed move ple of the world just at this moment him attempt to climb a fence with wisdom of the proverb, "bring up a We are authorized to announce Kollre. to save the Democratic patty nnd a Republican majority in tho Senate Alt psitics indebted to the estate ot M. GRAHAM the millions of famine and plaguo his burden. He knew it was a white child in the way ho should go and are JOHN control of the Solid South, and Dr. J. It. Pendleton, of the United States, is of far more deceased, by As a candidate tor Magistrate in the stricken India. But little is known woman from the fact that her hair when ho is oid ho will not depart its object is two fold, to tesuirect the note, account, or otherwise, was streaming in the wind. At Fordsville Magisterial Distilct, sub- importance than the gratifying of of this region by the peoplo of from it.' Sometimes wo nro not a are hcre the corpse and bnry our party in place of by notified to ject to the action of the Republican tho ambition of somo Kentucky Res the conductor is reported to littlo disgusted with those bands of call on me nnd make United States. Such reports as como party. Its putrid remains. have wired to Hopklnsvllle concernpublican. the beat settlement they eon. It will little hoodlums, that nro permitted to ua arc the things seen through "We will never consent to make ing tne matter which caused a posse to infest our streets nt night, often another campaign with the sliver be Impossible for me to call on all British glasses. What has been the to be Among tho many interesting farai organized and bloodhounds to patties Indebted to the estate in perDemocratic Ticket. Announcements lies of young men that Ohio county effect of British rule in India? Why be unchained to hunt for the party making tho town hideous, with their question as a vital issue. II we conx son, and unless this notice is heeded We are authorized to announce eavago yoll, far after the hour they tinue to retain silver as one of our has produced, that of Mrs. Calantha these terrible famines? Why plagues? supposed to have criminally assaulted within n reasonable time I shall be ELI H. BROWN Rogers, of near Cromwell, certainly Julian Hawthroue has beeu sent by the woman. Exact details ivere un- - should be safely domiciled tinder tho cardlnnl doctrines we should declare compelled, in the discharge of my duAs n candidate for Circuit Judge oi eyo of parental control. No marvel in favor of the true and normal ratio ties By the The Cosmopolitan Magazino to India obtainable, deserves special mention. as executor of Dr Pendleton's the Sixth Judicial District, subject to that we are frequently almost run held by of the nations on to obtain answers to these questions at ueatu ot tneir iatner, when tney wero to place his claims in the hands the action of the Democratic party, Hydrophobia. over, by a troop of half grown strip-ling- s, earth, filteen and a half to one. of an officer for collection in quite young, they wero left on their first band nnd depict the situation as older to We are authorized to announce Beaver Dam, Ky., March 9. W. swearing like old tars, puffing Other nations employ their idlejlabor, settle said estate within the own resources, but they have forged it appears to an American. The M. Ayles, Huntsviile, Butler county, W. T. OWEN time rethis Nation cannot afford to let her quired by law. cigarettes liko locomotives, and stinkW. B. Rsndhr, as Cir- their way into the world with a will March Cosmopolitan contains the first secured from C. R. Martin, of this As n candidate for place, a madstone, to be used on a ing like mash lubj. When you see people starve or want of work. It is Kxecutor ol J. H Tendlelnn, dee'd. cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss of determination and courage, born of what is probably tho most impor child each ol Martin Arnold and Sect this don't let trict, subject to the action of the only in the fertile mind of necessity tant scries of articles over presented in At the office or Taylor & McIIeniy. your contempt vout cheaper to employ them than old CarapBeld, pf Huntsviile, who were by charily contributions. PubDemocratic party. ao tf itself upon those poor, untaught them one of them is County this magazine. Nothing has been bitten by a dog with bydrophobii until lic works should be paid for by issuFor Commonwealth's Attornoy. Court Clerk of Grayson county, and published which gives an adequate last Saturday evening Several heid brats, but let your censure rest upon ing money until the per capita is Itiirhlrn'M irulrn hnlrr. We are authorized to announce the of cattle were bitten by the dog before the parents where it justly and propidea of the large operations of business is the Republican nominee- for The Best Selve in the world for same as at the close of the war. The it died with spasms Great exciteEDWARD E. KELLY erly belongs. Cuts, Bruises, SorM, Ulcers. Salt Two ot them are successful at least nothing by tho class of men ment prevails and every precaution great obstacle to our success is the As a candidate for Commonwealth's Rbeum, I'everSores. Tetter, Chapped onow me a noy putting n cigar or Democratic paity. We were Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dis lawyers in Muhlcnburg county, one fitted for such work by thorough fam-- . is being taken to prevent a fnrther all de cigarette on the streetss nnd we will luged by the siren song ot nn honoras Hands, Chilblains. Corns, nnd nil trict, subject to the action of the of whom is the Republican nominee iliarity with the subjects of which they spread of trouble. Skin llruptions, and positively cures . Democratic party. show you a boy who is not properly ble union nnd led through for County Attornoy. Another, Fon write. The articlo in the March CosThe Olil noil Hi .tw. Piles, or no pay rtnuired. It la a slaughThe nation has a new chief execu- governed nt homo. For Comily Attorney Rogers, is tho Republican nominee mopolitan on "The Methods of Bankter house to the brink of an open guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Price a cents We are authorized to announce Society is, and is going lo be, just grave, by our most trusted leaders. or money refunded of Ohio ing," by the President of one of the tive. The solemn oath has been takfor School superintendent peroox. For sale by Williams & en and now we are standing upon the what the family government J. B. VICKERS largest banks of New York it man county, having recently in conven"I recomiueil that this associa- Bell. makes 13 1 yr. threshold of a new era, peering into it. Asia candidate for the office of Couns tion defeated for the nomination tion demand the ol Mathat of widest business experience-form- er ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject the mysterious future wondering James is one which gallant gentleman and stalwart Re- Postmaster-Cenera- l If you want your bny to be ruined rion Uutlcr, the N.tinal Chairman, to the Democratic party. what it contains. While we stand -1- ! e2S5 publican, R. C. Jarnagin. There every person, however humble his upon the shore of expectancy, hope in this life and eternally in the next and J. A Hdgertion, the National are authorized to announce We Secretary, .and il they do not immeare seven brothers ot them all nf clerkship or high his place in tho fin- springs into our bosoms as we think turn him loose on your streets day F. L. FELIX diately lespond that this association ancial world, will find intciestingand even of As a candidate for the office ol Coun- whom are staunch Republicans, adthe probability of the return nnd night, without any proper or and members of the gvnrml conferThis serios will constitute of that prosperity so long enjoyed by laudable business, subject to the inAttorney ot Ohio county, subject hering strictlyto the McKinley idea instrustive. ence depose theui and elect new ty to the action of the Democratic party. of protection and sound money. a very complete course ot business the citizens of our great country. We fluence that circulates in and around officer Rnd call on ell our people to obuln and an PttA framing, and every young man just have lived in suspense a long time; the drinking places and the gambling recognize them. Il we lure not the CtTtati, and For Jlepreiientntlve. to protect ourselves we ha Ilred In The Hone. entering bustuesj lite ana every old so long We are authorized to announce urroaiTliaV. B. Um that we dread auy additional hells, and you will soon resell tho better disband ml """ Washington special to the New man will ahko find it of immense t ua wrura runt tail PATIJIT OrriM tW Una rtraota Iron Wnhhrtoa- JOHN J. MCHENRY Il you want the pleas'iro of pressure which might apply to our end. York World: Mr. and Mrs. William value S.od raod.IL .dramas- p.Vo, M, As a candidate to represent Ohio Wa adriM.ll txtt uU c tot, fm financial and business condition. In- signing bail bonds, and paying fines 1UW.K- -. county in the lower branch of the Tennings Bryan and their wmnnnuHUllMIMiaHnrH The Inauguration Number ot Har deed, we are already at a point when in the near future, let loose your luy, A MurHirr, " Hr to Obula Pauata." wh . . daughter, Grace, lelt here Tuesnext General Assembly, of Kentucky, mm rna. Addrcai. subject to the action of the Democrai-i- t day morning for Dover. While they pea's Weekly, to appear on March 13 slight reverses would ruin us. Time without bit or brid'o, giving him up has Through Passenger Trains and party. is up. Wc must have this confront- to his own sweet will, to run riot Past Efficient Donble Dly Service were awaiting their train at the sta- promises lo be a notable achievement from Cincinnati and Louisville to We are ready for adlibitura, nnd you will mion have j auff. rmjwnr urncc. wumiaTAki n tion Abner McKinJey, the brother of in periodical literature as well as a fit ing us no longer. Memphis & Kev? Orleans fcrrVA4ai,,.;i a TrtE infant Navy ot this country the President-elect- , ting record of a great historic event. the inauguration of a policy which achieved yrur purpose approached the Tbo iml is amply sufficient to attend to Spain. patty and cordially shook Mr. Bryan's It will consist of 41 pages, with an stimulated, preserved nnd maintained profane language that we have heard in connection with the B & O S. W. to Louisville, reaching by George the business and commercial func- upon our streets has been from the ing close connections direct or makhand. He was presented to Mrs. ornamental cover-dosi- gn for principal Many persons who attended the Bryan. Then Mr. Bryan said: To nny person Interested in hu"This Wharton Edwards, and it will contain tions of our government for years nnd littlo uro'iim, who slnuld ba at points McKinley, is my daughter Grace. inauguration of President mane matters, or who loves animals, a detailed description of the Inaugura- years. We are ready to begin anew, home holding to their mama's apron & we will send free, upon application, a were all but mashed to death by tho Air. McKinley held out his Jiaud tion by tho editor, Henry Loomis the work so well begun by Lincoln on its own and connecting lines, Instrings. copy of the "ALLIANCB." organ more than thirty years ago. terrific jam of humanity thaf atiend with a pleasant smile. Grace looked Nelson; a We are ciuuing vicusburg end Jnck.on. ol this Society. In addition the its inreview of former maugra- What a shame to all decency, good Miss , BatonRouge and Natchez, to with a frownon her pretty tions, by Col. Archibald Hopkins; ready to go out on the American ed it. La., tensely interesting reading, it conup at him In vain our Little Rock nnd Hot Springs. Ark., tains a list of the valuable plan; a plan as broad and expansive order and civilization. face. She put her tiny bands behind nnd and unuan account of the inauguration Worth, Dallas, Houston sual ptem'.ums glvan hy Waco. The Kentucky Legislature has an her back and shook her head, as nil creation. We are ready to reach couits, many attempt to enforce tho and San Fort the paper. Antonio, Tex , nnd points on balls of the past by Gaillard Hunt. Address opportunity to distinguish itself, and "Won't you shake hands with me? There will also bo numerous drawings and clasp the hand of the angel of lawj, and our chuicbos and preacbers the Pacific Coast. It also has through Tun Natiovan Humans AtMANCR, light nnd prosperity to go down in history as tho most asked Mr. McKinley in a grave voice. when proclaim "peace, on earth and good passenger trains and ist efficient 41041 United Charities Building.N.Y Rogers and he conies, and go forth and sing a will to raon," whilo home ami fami- double daily service from New Or"No, I won't," said Grace. "I by Thulstrup, Hitchcock, useful body ever assembled in Frank37 8t n artists, of scenes as- new focg whose tcne shall reverber other ly government is ignored and urgi leans, Jackson, Memphis and points fort. The opportunity to disgrace itself nebber shttkc bands vlth n 'Kin ley South and West on its own and consociated with the inauguration, in. ate throughot this entire land and fill lectcd. No wonder, that our tails necting lines to and become an objtct of derision and man." Nolleo Krptilillenu, e illuatraa the world with cheer. Time is up are too small, nur Asylums over CINCINNATI. Mr. McKinley looked hutt, until it eluding several contempt is equally as good. The Republicans of Fordsville 5fag. LOUISVILLE, was explained to him that Grace had tioop; the front page repicentiug We want a new policy; a policy that crowded and our Penitentiaries over isterial District are hereby called to CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS McKinley taking the oath stands lor home and hunmanity. We flowed, when our men of toThe high hat theater ordinanco no special dislike for him, but treated President making direct connections with meet nt the various voting places in picturing want adopted, those methods which morrow nro permitted to grow into every "'Kinley man" with the same of office, the double-pag- e said precinct at 1 o'clock p. m. which was introduced in the Louis-villthrough trains for all points the inauguration ball, nnd two pages are full of promise. We want to go manhood ungovcrned aud uncon-trole- d. March ao. 1897. to select delCouncil has' been vetoed by disdain. City NORTH & EAST devoted to the members of the Cabi on record as being able to live down C- A Kllk Importer' Mayor Todd on the high grounds of Kick. including St. Louis, Chicago, Buffalo, egates to the District Convention to "Your journal is constantly advo- net, and to the evolution of the Capi- this crisis, the most trying since the Pittsburg, Cleveland, Boston, New be held at Putdsvllle Saturday, (To be continued.) Would it also unconstitutionality. York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and March 27, 1897, at 3 o'clock p. m. to cating the cause of the American tol. In addition to these special War. We want to inaugurate n oolN bo unconstitutional to pass a law pre features, there wiil bo tho usual conPeoplebuy Hood's Sarsaparilla year Richmond. cy which shall defy the world and nominate a candidate for Magistrate, manufactures, discouraging the Imventing spitting in public places? tributions in prnso nnd verse, which show to all comers that wc have a after year because it does them go id. portation of foreign silk and prating have mado Harper's Weekly one tt W. S. Gains, Ch'm'n. Solid vestibule trains through pull-ma- n of glorious Republic, know its strength It will do you good to take It now. bullet sleeping cats through free about undervaluationsI don't ap- tho periodic 1 Is nf the time. alA discussion of tho weather is and appreciate its true woith reclining chair cars prove of your course," sternly reThere is nothing so good for the ways in order, especially amongst With as much respect for Mr Cltvc tltfu- - OABTOIIXA. Spring Catarrh. marked a well known Importer the Particulars lmllt liu ticket agent. of your local rnilroad coughs and colds f the childred .and young folks who aro lovingly enclin othel day. Again spring is here. The long, land as we can possibly benr, his adtlfUttft, babies ns Dr Bell's war ed. We do not know that such a reS O Hatch. Div. Pass. Agent, CinWe plead non vult contendre to the cold winter with its bluster and chill, ministration just closed has not been It cures croup, whooping cough, cold mark has ever been made, but wo do indictment, which, in the malu, is a has parsed, and has left in its train fruitful of much goo 1. From a busicinnati. A Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, in the head and gives sweet, iefrh-in- g Wbo em think Jno know that a couplo of spooners could true bill. And why should not the innumerable victims ol chronic ca- ness standpoint it feas a failuie of Wanied-- An ut him almpia Memphis, Idea tuisff U, patent. sleep. Children love it old peo-pi- e well say during this March weather: "AmericanSilkjournal"prefer;tohave tarrh. They have taken a great greatest magnitude, and he showed Protact roar Idaaat thr tnar brtnf rnu wealth. JOHN WBUmUtUURN CO, Fatanl like it. Good druggLts sell it. himself a poor master of situations Wnta Waihlntton, D. A. II Hanson, o p a , Chicago. "It is quite damp the American market supplied and many remedies during the winter Cor tbalr I.Bu) prtaa o(Xar W A Kiato.ND, a o p a , Loulsvi'le. Por sale b Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. and lUl ol two ti'iodrad laTeniloua wastad. American woram growneJ with silks with perhaps t mporary relief, but a But he is gone, so let him rest In TnE great cflorts boing made by from American looms rather than fresh cold has brought on the old peace. The hosts of America are gathered all of our metropolitan newspapers to from those of Lyons, Crefeld. or symptoms, nnd. heartsick and weary outdo eachother in reporting tho Cor Zurich? To favor our own manufac- of trying, they have concluded that in our capltol city in honor of their They are there This new chief executive. scientific exhibition turers Is not only natural and patrio- there can be no relief for them HAVE OPENED THEIR is a great mistake; and now is the by the Potomac to see a citizen whoe' in Nevada, shows the great demand tic, but it Is business. statute has grown colossal. Theyare If we read our foreign exchanges time to rectify it. of our pooplo for nows of that sort. there to show their jealous love for The spring time Is the most favoraUnfortunately also .it shows an aright, the press, the various commercial bodies, such as Chambers of ble time of the year to treat catairh. him and to show that none other alarming prevalence of depravity Commerce, &c, and also the govern-- , There is so much less liability to take stands as a rival in his claim to our among our citizens. devotion. His lights shines iu the inents of England, France and Ger-- . fresh cold that the treatment is undark day ns one of the stars that many strongly advoute and actively impeded. All old cases ol chronicca-tan- h means hope They are there to tec It might be well to Biiggeet to our promote and loster the virioua indusshould begin immediately a his steadfastness which helps to keen Republican Legislators that the tries of their respective countries, course of Pe ru na as directed in Dr. away despair; bis genius and serenity course which thoy pursuo in the and are right in so doing. Our own Hartman's books nn this disease. 'his faith and his courage inspires and strengthens those who are fighting coming special session of the Legislaland is always nearer to us than any There are so many different phases the great tight. And while political the result other land, nnd its prosperity Is the and stages ol catarrh that one hardly ture will have au efleot on enemies cast darts nf criticism at him. of iututo elections iu this State. We first to be considered. know? when he has it A great the serenity of his soul lemalns unHe looks beyond the call their attention to tho fact that Importation there always will be, many people think they are suffering disturbed. the Republican party is expected lo ; and tint, too, Is right; but we will from something else and have tried trials and perplexities ol the day, and sees the vision others seem blind to mako reforms iu our titato ullairs, gladly hail the dawn of that day, il it many medicines in v.iln, wheu If enjoy. Now the d ty is come when n which if it does not, the party will bo ever comes, when we shall supply the they could reillzi that It U catarrh new child seems to have beeu born; held responsible for tho failure, and home market with the goods we c in and take Peru nn tor it they would when dreams become reality; when trials and cares are being overcome the result will be disastrous to tho fabricate, with profit to ourselves and improve promptly and soon recover and the Nation Is a giant, strong satisfactions to the consumer. To do entirely. cause- oi Ropublioanisrn In this State enough to tear no enemy, no matter All who desire to learn more of cai how terible or vicious. iu the future. It is to be hoped that this we require merely to have a tarrh should rend for a free copy of We have Indeed, manv great names our Republican lawmakers wilt ap- Tariff sufficient to offset the greater Dr. Halt man's latest book, which in our national gallerry; names of (ho situation sod will get to cost of production here, resulting preciate men, who. during the snort history from the higher wages pild to the will be sent free by The JZTg-vot a century, carved their names on work when thoy meet. Drug Manufacturing operatives. Company, Co-- 1 the world's story; men who built lumbus. O. Give us Just that measure ot Pro- wisely and well for the country's & Efxr good, but none rise uigner titan tint tcction and we can take care nf nur Jml Delivery nt l.tliiinoii. A fine new OMNIIIUS will meet all day trains at Reaver Dun An olgant vehicle nnd good horses kUHta WntHl All till tills. I seves II will not do. ll0vev,r to Lebanon. March 8.- -A jail delivery Uat Court Bj run. T UU Ootid, Um I AU urdor guarantees a comtnriii'di ride. attended to. Ltave order at Fioid'i Livery Stable, I til llw&Muld bf drugplftU. have it on the statute books only; took place here last nlgb, all the will be well with Atneriou, nil will be corner Market and Union EkroJli, Hartford, K thr Lw providing such Protect!. prisoners confined in the county jail, well- - Pantagroph. To-morr- Hartford Republican. Good loMi ie ff VlULi un-dt- 1 ce 111 1 Corbet-Fitzsimm- ons scorn-ingl- Hoods Sarsaparilla ur 1 - un,ii the-'oli- e. -- Na-tio- one-hal- e, two-thir- y renL-natio- n j-- .ilOTIM(lIiria Tnde-Muk Illinois (Jen. m C.A.SNOW&OO. e,.. yy, Sent Free! sourn west - 1 full-pag- e Sat-urda- y, tr Attor-MT- t, HENRY FIELD & SOIST r: J j a t : I 'tiXuT&Wl .yff aiaHMttEyiMM To tn.L JF'.r o m. IQ pro-npil- TaSE ILZnTE er 33 gyro.. I i JMAAjfa)dgMJAjytjfUiai wmmmfmtmmmmmmmm-mm-imi-i- m vliH ffiJm.mMmmTfmSSK6r . lWB-4v SZwSY5!5mmKr"vwfWy:rr' M , - , , , i Mt'wMiiiiii'nr' rft K.' i rf jir v mtrnn-- ' - tt"tmA 4- -s P!W!W'fllV ' - Trade at Fair & Co. FACTS iINO FIGURES Are indisputable and ftf"4l, SubwtHw; for lire Republican. CIRCUIT COURT. Proooodlngsof tho Court up to Yesterday. Persian Bosom shirts 73c at Fair & Co's. 48c for n nlct ptteil shirt at Fair & Co's. (2&rry (Jonvieiioiis MORE THAN COLUMNS of TYPE. HEBE ARE THE FACTS During next Court week we propose to offer goods at a price that will convince you of the fact that we really sell the cheapest at all times, Winter is with us yet and spring is closo at hand and wo have a few more clothing and other winter goods to closo out at greatly reduced g prices. Prices will tell and a man will see these BARGAINS for him-sway-fairin- FOWOER Absolutely Puro. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. RoyalDakinoPowdkrCo., Nrw York. Mens' new hats at Carson & Co's. New spring clothing at. Fair & Co'a. Heavy tobacco cotton 1 &Co. Co. tfc at Fair Double frontoveralls 48c at Fair & New madras cloth for waist at Fair & Co's. D. M. o f. Ferry's standard garden seeds Bros. at Pate HJSUE ARE THIS FIGURES. A good $10 overcoat for New shoes for men and women at Carson & Co's. Best cheviot shirting 7c good plaid cottons sc at Fair & Co. ' 84-7- 6 good all wool suit for A good pair oi boots for , A good plow Hboe for 10 yards of good calico for 20 yard of heavy domestic... 20 yards good shirting for Good apron checked gingham Full double front overalls. Fo r ladies good 0o Neckwear ; j7(ic Woven corsets A, 4.00 1.00 100 35c '. 1.00 1.00 6c For anything in the tonsorial line I. Bullington. OF COURSE you want groceries. You can get them at Pate Bros. caII on 12. cloak........;.. iGood jeans 50 doz. lOo haudkcrcliifs for Men's pood hats 50c 2.38 35c 39c 16c 5c 48c J. II. Patton & Co. witl treat you and your horse right. Call on them. We have just received a new and nice assortment of ladies kid gloves. Caiison & Co. WK UXPECT to win and hold your trade by fair and courteous treatment. Pats Bros. A small lot of Anderson shoes at 1 to close. wear-forev- 0DR ENTIRE LINE calicoes, Laces and Carson & Co. Mrs. M. B. Smith, Ownesboro, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Heber Mathews. We are looking fpr a new lot of short lengths of good calico to sell at 4c at Carson & Co's. Prof. E. O. Ross has returned to Lexington, nfter spending some days in jpirtford, the guest of relatives. We call especial attention to the arge display "ad" of Henry Field & Son which will be found in this is 4 lsue. Of spring Ginghams, Embroideries are now in and ready for inspection. They are very pretty and up to date. All we ask is a look at our goods and the rest wo will do. Our BUY and SELL for cash plans will prove to you that we are doing the business. Soliciting your trade, llesp'yi We are, Coru'th va J. W. Oorret. Law and facts submitted to the court and Floor oil cloth heavy grade 300 at evidence being heard, oae was disFair & Co. missed, hi Com'th vs. Ansll Wilsoo demurSec Williams & Williams, "ad" rer to the indictment sustained and iu this issue. prosecution dismissed. Mens good heavy plow shoes $t at The cases of the Commonwealth vs Fair & Co's, the following parties were continued: Robt Arbuckle, Louis Griffin, Ladles heavy gray hose a pair Robt. Dehart, Johu Willis. Jno.Tuck. at Fair & Co's er, Alvln Baker, Randall Collins, E. Call on E. L, Bullington for a good A. iichcnor, C. P. Morris, Lonnle shave or hair trim. Let. &c, Will May, Henry Nail, Miss Ada Leach Is visiting Miss Luther Duke, R. T. Taylor, (6 cases,) Seth Render, Estll Render, (2 cases,) Josic Black this week. Best bed ticking guaranteed to Aims Berry, (4 cases.) Oscar Whitle, D. A. Royal, Mrs. Eliza Cate, Rich-ar- d hold feathers 15c at Fair & Co. Hines, Hart Goff, &c, James MissAnnie Bennett Beda is visiting McGili, &c, Wes Callyhan. her sister Mrs. C. M. Barnett. In the case of the Commonwealth with A bat and ball given away with vs. Albert Austin, charged murder, committed in October 1894, each chllds suit at Fair & Co. the jury brought In a verdict fixing The little tow boat, "Lena Archer" his punishment in the penitcntiaiy landed at Hartford yesterday. The defense was reprefor 2 yens. Hoosier cotton I yard wide 4c. sented by Messrs. Heavrin & Taylor by the bolt only at Carson & Co's. and the prosecution by CommonMr. Geo. Vickers, Lyonia, is the wealth's Attorney Rowe and County Attorney Ncal. guest ot his Eont Mr. Jo B. Vickers. Com'th vs. Marvin Everly stateHon. C. M, Barnett and Mr. Jas. P. ment filed ond off. Thomas went to Frankfort yesterday. Com'th vs. S. P. Huff, &c trial Good calico for 4c no short lengths, verdict of the jury, not guilty. The following cases were filed away nor miss printed stuff at Fair & Co's. with leave to reinstate: We have a big lot of umbrellas Com'th vs. J. S. Liles, (7 cases,) now is a good time to buy. Col. Stevens, Frauk Flelden, &c, Carson & Co. Geo. Peters, (3 cases,) Geo Porter, we buy chickens, Hardin Daughctty, (6 cases,) Chas. Don't iorget that eggs, hams and feathers at Carson & Penman, Jas- Keeker, (3 cases,) Otis Cox, John Johnson. Ed Grant, (7 Co's. cases,) Wm. Harl, (6 cases,) James Best white carpet chain 15c, best Turpln, (9 cases.) colored carpet chain 17c" nt Fair & Com'th as. Wm. Angle the deCo's. fendant failing to appear In court,,the We would call especial attention to law and facts were submitted and a the article in this issue headed "Men fine of $10 was imposed. of to day to the Men of Com'th vs. F. T. Thomas, charged The Republicans of Muhlenberg with housebreaking trial verdict of met in convention at Greenville lost jury, guilty and punishment fixed at Monday and nominated candidates 18 months in the penitentiary. Continued and alias bench warrants to fill the various offices to be voted Henty Carler, (2 cases,) A good ticket awarded: for next November. Lige Render, of color, Dobin Thorpe, was nominated. Aus Bowling, (3 cases,) Thos. Berry-maS. L. Casebier, who has charge of O. F. Sanousky, Ellis Roach, J. II. Patton & Co's mail and transfer &c, Geo. Eskrldge, Hiram Stewart, line, transferred thirty passengers Idelia Atchison. Tobe Midkiff, Led over the water between Hartford and Farris, Moses Evans, (2 cases,) Ben Beaver Dam yesterday safely. Ev- Harrison, Thos. Ross, Harlan Leiserybody says hurrah for Sam for his ure, John Miller, of color, Wm. Hay-de- n, excellent work yesterday. (2 cases,) Pete Burden J. R. (s'cases.) Henry Maddox. Messrs. II. Field & Son have purs Williams, Com'th vs. J. S. Vaught demurrer chased two beautiful sorrel horses 7c - ed to order by Chalnum Jesse Whit-wortThe Hon D R Mu.raywis y made Umporaty chairman aud was made permanent chtlrs tnsn. Mr. Mutiny upon assuming the chalrmarship nd'lresced the convention in terms similar to those used by free silver orators who were supporters ol W. J. Bryan. He dished out a lot ol stuff about tho poor men and laborers being Ignored by the President-elect- , because he had chosen only millionaires to be in his Cabinet. He clearly demonstrated in his talk that the campaign this year in this county will be well on the same lines as that which ended last November. After Mr. Murray had finished the convention proceeded to business and the following nominations were made: For Circuit Clerk, K. S Sklllman; for County Judge, W. E. Minor; for County Attorney, Gus Brown; for Sheriff, Rlclmd Owen; for School Commissioner, Kimble Har-ma- n; for Jailer; John D. Beeler; for Coroner, Lee Bishop. The Populists according to bargain, nominated for County Clerk, Mr. Asia Hardin; for Surveyor, Mr. II, C. Jolly; for Assess sor, Rev. Motrls; for Representative, Rev. J H Lenuen. The Democrats endorsed the nominations ot the Populists and vice versa. The Sound Monev Democrats of this county have taken no part in these conventions and have remained neutral. It will probibly be the pols icy of the Sound Money Democrats to vote for these men, regardless ol poll-ticwhom they think will make the best officials. The county convention was fairly orderly and all went well with one trilling exception, During the call oi the precincts on nominations for Jailer, two dogs had nn al tercatlon iu the back of the house, aud proceeded to settle their difference by an old fashioned dog fight. It is needless to say that lor the time all else was forgot. During this canl ne fight the distinguished chairman immortalized himself as a humorist by shouting: "Put the Republicans out." Upon this stroke of wit such a roar went up from the uuterrifkd that the dogs forgot their differences and sneaked out of the house. suM-qH'Mitls, Awarded Ugliest Honors World' 'Pa Fait mm OWDIEt MOST PERFECT MADE. A CHEAM pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fi from Ammonia, Atumorany otheradulter.u 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A NniKlny Might Foster Howard, the t8eir-ol- d son of Mr. Kinch Howard, who runs a livery stable en Triplttt street, disappeared from home last nlpht and his patents know nothing of bis wheic-abou- t. Helms been uttending the Upper Ward sthool, but had become somewhat irregular iu both attendance and studies of late, devoting more of his time to breeding and dealing in game chickens. His mother found occasion to rep rimand him for devoting more time to feathering than literary pursuits, and he concluded Jlost night to leave home. He had no money, and tried to borrow $4 from Pearl Kitchen, who declined to aid his depatture. He then tried to sell his chickens. He was advised to return home, but replied that he did not intend to do so. While his parents are distressed, they expect him to return sion. He is large for his age, and able to take care of himself. A few days on the road will fully satisfy his yearning for freedom, Owensboro Inquirer. lllinirnrnire. n. ft ' r w-- N Wantbd: Good white girl to do light house work for small family. I Address "C." care Tub RurcnucAN. j The newest thing In shoes tan aud We have a new lot lor mm m mwht ittm Mr. Travis Maple and Miss Mary ladies, men and Misses. Ask to see H Park were married at the residence of Carson & Co. them. Mr. S. L. Baird ou the 28th of lost Bring us your butter, eggs, ham month. Immediately after the cereWe pay the highest mony the happy couple left for the and chickens market prices for all kiixjsot produce. home of the groom where an elegant last July wo aro still headquarters tor all Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t Pate Br os. supper was served. Both the con kinds of trading parties are popular young When you come to Circuit Court people and have many friends who have your stock cared for by J. II. oin in wishing them a long and hap. Patton & Co., successors to Field & py life. of Steel and Chilled Plows. Both Walking and Riding Brokers. Best quality Hoi brook. Planters, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and Corn Drill, Check-roMrs. Elizabeth Mathews died at the Mrs, F. W. Yelser is In Mrs. home of her son, Mr. Heber Mathews without tongue?, Dwo Harrows, Fencing Wire plain aud barbed. All abovo repairing Vaught's boarding house and is pre- last Friday morning of heart disease. Imp'emonU aro guaranteed to be of tho beet quality. First-clas- s pared to entertain the public. Court She was a kind mother, a chtistain irtVil kind done promptly. Horseshoeing a specialty, also a full lino of boarders solicited. lady and had so lived that she was fertilizer! for oats, corn, tobacco and wheat. You will find us at our old II you want your horse taken care an ornament to her church, a friend stand on First and Railroad St. Corao in and see u. of call on Henry Fields & Co. They to every body aud her place lu this Fuurel serwill give him the best treatment. world cannot be titled. . Dont forget the place, on Williams vices were conducted by Revs.Chand-BEAVER DAM, KY. dler and Rogers and then the remains corner. were laid to rest In Oak wood Cemetery Henry Field & Co. have the nicest to await the great resurrection morn. r The German 11 t'enonl Publication. livery stable in Ohio couuty and arc The editor of a petty newspaper In is thus described in the Electrical prepard to take care of your horses. France was extiemely sad. He sat World, Its authority being a German With the opening of J. E. Fogle & Give them a call Monday when you in his office with bowed head and tccnical paper: "News is distributed Co's new store iu a few days, Mr. A. court. come to . troubled-browLong had he fought contiuously by telephone during the R. Carson will bo-- ' found behind the Last Friday, morning one of the counter ready to see his friends and against Adversity's strides, but at whole dav, including some entertainlast they had overtaken him, aud ing matter In the evenings, among prisoners in tne Jail bet his bed on wait on them lu his usual polite way, now, with no money to bring out the which is always the overture at the fire, and for a few minutes it looked Mr. Carson Is well known to the trade whenever thete is a per. something like the building would be that comes to Hartford, having been future issues, his only alternative was opera-houto cease publishing. The once pay-Ju- iorraancedt appears from the program destroyed, but Jailer Black was on head clerk for Carson & Co for severcirculation had dwindled to a that stock quotations are given for 15 hand and prevented any damage be- al years, where he was a complete mere nothing, and the wlelder of the to jo minutes about every hour or ing done. success. He is a native oi Ohio counblue pencil and scissors racked his two; eveiy few hours there is a re ty and has a large circle of acquaintThe following named persons have ances throughout the county and his brains for nn honorable excuse for view of the principal news items that quilting. It took hours, and at last have been transmitted before; the paid their subscription to Tun Re- addition to the firm will, of Itself, since our last issue: bring a large number ot subscriptions has at press publican he Jumped up. amount of trade 40 the Buford; Sam reached 5.000, a length his printer f Jacques," he called to issue, aud entwire amounting includingmiles; It is M. F. King,C. Stevens, BeaverHlues, new firm, and having a thorough Dam; knowledge of Hartlord; A. of to 330 we wilt get out one more the business will make Dr. M, W. Duvall, Arnold; R. P. Sorthat will be the last. I will devote stated that it is now possible with rels, Cromwell; W. S. Morrison, him command a large share of the the nppaintus in use to transmit sievery page of it to the festivities oc of the trading public. Owensboro; Jno. D. Miller, Horse patronage casioned by the visit of the Czar of multaneously to 20,000 subscribers High IVnlrr. Branch; W. C Keene, Haynesville. Russia, and on the head of the sheet with sufficient loudness." Duriug the past few days Rough put In large display type this line: I.oM, HtrHjiMl orHfolen river has been continually rising One Jetsey milch cow, 7 years old, "In commemoration of his illustriuutil yesterday when it came to a brown on sides and back, hasshott ous Majesty the Czu of Russia's visit stand still. The water is higher horns, long, heavy tail, unmasked, this paper, always an exponent of the than it has been fur several years. in good condition Hartford is now alui'ast completely low, heavy-set- , nation's wellarc, will cease publlca. tion.--Fro- nt Harper's Round Table. She left home on surrounded by water. The mall conwhen last seen. the I6th of last month and when last tractors between hete and Beaver Dam Anyone have had to transfer the mails on boats, seen was In Beaver Dam, II.NIOX finding her will be rewarded by Geo. the water being over the levee until Health the iu this community is W. Thompson. Beaver Dam. 33tf it was thought dangerous to attempt good, to cross. Reports come from all over Mr Johu Hodges has built a nice One satisfaction in giving CANE IIV.N. Rev, Jarnagln failed to fill his ap- the country that a great deal of dam. house on his iarni and moved to the Scott's Emulsion to children is age has been done to the lands along same. pointment here last Sunday week. they never object to It. The Miss Slddie Davidson who has been Farmers are busy preparing for an- small streams, and the damage to the county's property, in the way of fact is. they soon become fond visiting In Butler couuty has returnother crop, will amount to a cons ed. Mr. C. T. Park visited in the neigh, bridges, &c , satisfaction is of it. Another siderable sum of money. The water Mr. Henry Stevens was the guest of borhood recently. He was accompabecause it will make them is now falling at Hartford and it will his brother A. C. Stevens yesterday. nied home by Mrs. C A. Wilson. will plump, and give them growth Mrs. C II. Stevens who has been Miss Amandy E.Jamison visited lu only be a short while until travel be resumed. and prosperity. It should be very sick is better. the neighborhood last week. Miss Le'srie Taylor who has been Mr. John Daniel and his brother, given to all children who are "Xut Kxitelly Itliilit." visiting friends in Beaver Dam has from Owensboro, are vis ting their too thin, or too pale. It does Thousands of people are in this conparents this week. returned to her home. but not make them over-fa- t; Messrs. Slade Taylor, E.E' Rogers Mr. Frank Haynes retured fo his dition. They ate not sick and yet plump. and Fon Rogers spent a few days in home in Henderson City last Monday they are by no means well. A single Muhlenberg county last week. after n short visit to relatives in this bottle of Hood's Sarsapsrilla would It strengthens the digestive do them a world of good. It would Lillle Stevens Is the guest of her vicinity. organs and the nerves, and furgrandmother Barnard this week, Mrs. ludia Miller, of Horse Branch, tone the stomach, create an appetite, nishes material for rich blood. Born to the wife ofThad Barnatd vjslted her ulster, Mrs. Maggie Chris- purify and enrich the blood and give wonderful vigor and vitality. Now March 4th a girl, Dr. Taylor attends tian, Saturday and Sunday. W hive bookMUng you mora on lug Messrs Ofcar Bond and Wm. Allen Is the the time to take it. tbt subject. Stat free for the aiMcg. Born to the wile of Win. May a will leave Olaton this week for New Huoi'd Pillscuro nausea, sick headSCOTT A 80VVNB, M.w Ycrk. ,. girl. Dr. Mi.ltr attending, York with 3.500 chickens for sale. ache, Indigestion, biliousness. All S. B. P. Andrrson. druggists. 25c mmmmmmmmmmmm t EAIH ft Pfl wr . tm iiiu wwi from Mr. Joplin, of Elizabethtown, which he will use on his new 'bus line between here and Beaver Dam. He has just received a handsome 'bus from the Elkhart Carriage Co , and will put it on the road in a few days. to indictment sustained. Com'th vs. Jams Gatrett, Lorenzo Wells and Frank Smith, statement Attention Farmers. Farming Umplemeiits. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Telepkone-.Newspape- filed and dismissed. Com'th vs. Wesley Often continued and alias bench warrant was awarded. Com'th vs. L. Ilutt demurrer to the indictment sustained and continued Com'th vs. Worth Smith, (3 cases) demurrer sustained and continued. Com'th vs. Jasper Haven state ment filed and stricken from the dochet. Com'th vs. J. E. Rowe, demurred to the indictment, which was suss tsined, and upon motion of defendant the prosecution was rereferred to the grand jury, that considered the evl denceand made report exonerating Mr. Rowe, whereupon the prosecution was dismissed. Renfrow vs. Swift on trial. Grand jn'ty completed its work aud adjourned Wednesday. 1'opullst unit Democratic Fusion n Fnllurr. Westerfield, March 8.Has the thoughtful aud reasonable voters in the Populist ranks considered! tbe propriety of the proposed fusion? II so denounce the scheme at once; it shows cowardiccand a lack of and it also shows that the party is almost without controling and will power. If the Populists have an interest in county affairs, why ask help and assistance from a party who has, in ihe past, sought our down fall aud worked to that end? We should profit by past experience and avoid being deceived again in the county election? How often has the promises of help been offered at the polls and as often back-bone se g Thin, Pale Children -- we'were deceived. How long will Popnllsts continue to Wte at that savory Democratic bait hung ou that selfsame hook? Come, fellow Populists, and stand ss men, act as men, vote as men should, have the moral courage enough to net intelligently that our' future course may not be devoid of purpose, K. II. M. HARD1NSBURG. Hie Democratic county convention held at this place Monday went oil with a great toar. Pteclnct conven- -' tii s had previously been held on Saturday the sixth. the precinct conventions were all qv t and orderly with the exceptence of neheld at the City Hall in this s place At that convention two Dem-ocat- Cunt from Mr. Nnmlrfnr. Please allow me space in your vals uable paper to return my heartfelt thanks to my Republican friends for the kindness and favors shown me in the convention of February 13th. Owing to the lateness ol the time that I announced and the inclement weather I did not get to see a large number Rodin Hood. of the Republicans and I leel highly complimented at the vote I received. Wll Unonn Here. Thursday's Louisville Commercial I desire to thank all who supported has the following to say tegatding a me and assure the Republicans of gentleman who is well known lu Ohio county that I have no 111 feelHartford, his son having married ings against anyone who voted Miss McIIenry, of this place: Yours ttuly, against me One of Louisville citizens was highW. F. Sandepor. ly honored nt the recent special meet lug of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections. Mr. W. T. Rolph, who went to New For Infants and Children. Orleans to attend the meeting as the representative of the Louisville Chars Wifie- llnll, taes . ity Organization, was made the Sec- tlruiim. nnj u retary of the meeting. At this meeting it was decided to hold the next aanual meeting at Nashville, and If you are owlngus ou subscription steps will be taken to inaugurate a we will appreciate it if you will drop better system of work among the or. in and pay up. ganized charities oi the Southern States, Mr. Rolph was appointed the Secretary and Treasurer of the NashComville conference. Mr. Rolph said that the New Or. leans meeting was well attended by the best known charity workers in .. the country. The object of the meetBottom Out. ing had been to bring the Southern Below we give a few of our many charitable organizations into line with bargains. those of the North. He said that another matter largely discussed was 1000 yds. goodcalico(short lengtb)2c 3Jic the necessity ol keeping the organiza- 1000 yds. 2500 yds. best calico, 4 c tions free from politics. Hoosier factory cotton (any length)4 c Wreck nt East Cairo. " Good Bleached 4 c Wickliffe. Ky , March 10. At 1:20 ! 6 c Hope o'clock this morning the St. Louis Best Cheviot Shirting, north-bounexpress, on the I. C Best Fancy Table Oil Cioth 170 railroad, collided with a soiitbbound Tobacco Cotton, 114c freight traiu at East Cairo, Ky., aud Best White Carper Chain . 15 c seven cars of com and the mall car " "Colored 17 c and engine of the passenger train All our Checked Ginghams 5 c were totally wrecked. The passens Good fancy Dress Ginghams, 5 c ger engine left the track and ran " India Linen, 5 c into the depot, knocking it Into the filling Cashmere, 10 c backwater, which is four feet deep. Silk fiinish Henrietta, only 20 c The operator, Godwin Bocz, came Mens' Good Work Pants, " 45 c near being killed by the timbers of Childs' " Suits, 75c and $1.00 the depot falling on Mm, aud forcing Mens' only 14 00 " " him under water. Fireman Walter Step Stoves, Complete " $625 Rogers had both legs ctushed below 2 Spools O. N. T. Thread for 5 c by being caught between Ladies Good Fast Blark Hose the knees 5 c the engine and tender and died later. " " Vests, sand 10 c No one else was hurt. XXXX and Arblckle Coffee 15 c Eireman Rogers was a Thirtys Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for $1 00 second decree Mrson. Good Trace Chains, pair, 25 c " Recleaned CloverSeed, $4.25 To my friend. I have accepted a position with J. & E. Fogle & Co., and am located lu the Pleasant Ridcr, Kv. store house formerly occupied by Fair Bros. & Co,, and would be glad HER LTFE TRULY SAVED. for all my friends to give me a call Dr. Miles' Heart Core Does It. when in need of dry goods, notions, Mr. Ohaa. L&ToInt, a velMcnownrocldont &c. as we have the best selected slock of Denver, praises tnU wonderful remedy-Ile- r testimony ulionld convince all to the ever brought to Hartlord, bought at worth of the Now Heart Cure andUettora-tir- e Nerrina. Iler lottor O&ted tiopullth, the lowest figures and will be sold the ism, reads s rouowsi same way. I would be glad for all my friends who traded with me when I was in buisness before to give me a, call. Remember the place, wlthj, E. Fogle & Co. Your friend, Amos R, Cab sou. WS7 The Republican and Louisville mercial both one year for $1.25. i "' d 0c All-wo- ol Jones Morehead, , Honlliern lncllioHiiril. Frankfort, March 10. The Attors ney General, through his assistant, Mr. J M. Todd, today file I in the local Circuit Court, the expected suits tourlu number, of the Common wealth ot Kentucky against the Southern " enthused with the undying principles of Democracy, not to speak of elder and other strong drinks, became decidedly personal )u their res marks to each other, leading one of thr parties to make a strong effort to lambaste the other with a billiard cue which for some reason unknown to the writer, he had brought to the convention. These hostile demonstration threw the convention into wild disorder and for a while there was eminent danger of a free for all fight. Oae of the belligerents was finally hustled out of the house and Into the 9tret where for several minutes he cantered around until induced to be- -i me quiet by "friends." The Convention Monday was call Pacific Company, Tho aggregate amount asked is about $150, 000. This is the amount ol fines and penalties claimed for four years' failure to report to tbe Auditor the data required by law for the assesmentofa Iranchibo tax. It was thought fur a time that the company would mike sonic, compromise with the State. It is now intimated that another attempt to repeal the chatter of the big toad will be made before the Kentucky legislature. Una T.i PnrN--r 1WlTntr.iriMt At- "Typhold ferer left toe with heart trouble tfio Dunt serious nature. Nothing tho ocuirs gave had any effect. I had overa toy left (hie for more than three minutes a My heart seemed to miss beau, ami n1l.lni,.nAll. Invhlfhuuvimail I hart vnrr hreatu wouldbe my liss. We cc- tdently saw an advertisement ot llMMfo ' w if floridaTpreeR.R.Far0 THEM, FIELD ANO nRESlOE COLONY. A happy, prosperous community in the must delightlul part ot the Stnte. Send forcopy of TlirNub-TrtiMe.llrrc- u and RestorattTO Nervine, and purchased a bottle of each. After taking the remedies a week, I could be lifted In a chair and sit uu an hour, and In a short time I was able ta do fi.bthousownrlfc I shall beaver grateful to you for your wonderful medicines. Truly tuoy save m, litis V TVYTK1' MIIac' Now TTMrt fiirft ''l Dr. Miles' Heart Cure I Dr. Mile near Onro U sold oallMSS iranteetlutt tho rlrst bottle druggists sellltatil, 8 bottlea torts, or irrn & MUIHI'I li wwmwuh iimwiMiiii mi miilil lllll II I I IHE :44 15 YDUR CHANCE! Get An Education. man or woman, who will get us 25 new cash subscribers to the Republian and Louisville Weekly Commercial 81.25 for the two, for one year. We will give a To the young Free Scholarship BKYANT & STKAT-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 1 You Can Get It! If you should get some names and fail to get 25 we will pay you 10 per cent, for what you get, so you see it will be good pay any way you Take it. THE REPUBLICAN AND Louisville 1 Commercial $1.25 per year forboth. Do you want any PRINTING? we are ready to receive your orders for ar.y thing in that line. We print If you do, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, rinnnmfliiwuuwwijimniBninlwili) ibiiii mtnmmmmmmmmmwmm &3tm&m9mamimmmimiimmmtiiutmtim ring done it, we're goln' to bIiow 'tm Genoral Directory. up, you bet we will." " "Hut, Mr. Gotten," intermpled Ja iiwr.vji Causes fully halt the tleknes In the world. It STATU OFFICIALS. retains the digested food too long In the bowels Mrs Gatten, "if the court house ring Oovornor William O. lltariley. and produces biliousness, torpid liter, Indl- - had supported Mr. Sypcs niul he had Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-iuctobeen nominated wouldn't you have SeorotaryofStato Charles Finloy. thought it alright?" Attorney Genoral W. 8, Taylor. "Thnre It Is ngltl, Jlst like n silly Auditor Samuel II. Stono. jMMiiJHl'MttL11 SB 11 " mlght-a-bin- s, taste, coated MBb. H woman to talk abiut the cestlon, bad Treasurer Geo. W. Long. tongue, sick beadaebe, In- m N I A g& but they wernt fer him We'te Commissioner of Agriculture, Horsomnla, etc. Hood's nils WT BfljIJa join to organize rBjrBnk m right here In Flat ticulture XaSH. cure consUpauon mhUII Its H and Statistics Lucas results,easllrand thoroughly He. AlldrugglsU. Grand precinct to fight old John Mooro. FAC-SIMI- LE rrepared by a I. Hood & Co , Lowell, Mass. Buprintondent Publio Iustruction-Ge- n We're The only mis to take with Hood's S&mpariua, Buukln tel the election day. M. DavKon. goln' to snow him under five hundred SIGNATURE AYefielaUcPrtnnrafionfor As Register Land Office Chas. O. majority, too, then next time they'll similating ihcToodurulIlcdiita Reynold. A CLEVER THICK 01 ling ihcStamada andUowcta of have sense enough to nominate Bill Insuranco Bureau Commlsaioner-- D. Sypcs, the poplarest man in the W. Coraltigoro. Of a Barron County Man Who county." Adjutant General 1). R. Collier. "But," Interrupted Mrs. Gatten, State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Turnod to Profit 100 EromotesTJicslloaClxxtful-ncssmvlUcst.Contiilnsnellh"If Mr. Bunkln is defeated so badly Day. ns that your party will be so badly COMMISSIONERS. RAtUWAD IlIltlri'.STIIAT IIAI llIltllt'ATHF.K Gmurrr.Morpliinc nor Mineral. IS ON THE demoralized that Mr. Sypes could not Jno C. Wow), chairman; J, F. Not Dcmpsey, H. S. Irwin, tjecretary win if nominated next time " I remember a little brush I had "Never mind about that Mrs. Poll- - Samuel F, Brown. with wolves in Minnesota. jBrr tfcuorxoazminma CONQRESflONAL. tician Gatten, we've golu' to organ, They were of the large timber JUvi,SmJ- Senators Hon. William 0. Lindize Bill Sypes friends i; in that ole JllW.SmVnt and it being a hard winter they JiUUSJtt- say, Hon. J. U. S. Blackburn. OF EVEEY were constantly hungry. They were scallop that cheated me out of that Representative Fourth District tierce and dangerous and would attack gray mare your father gare you, on Hon. John W. Lewis. a man, even when there were only we'll teach that court house ring a OW yntfjiytp. STATE I.IXJISLATUltE. lesson." " two or three of them together. Senator Hon. A, D. James. "Because they were nut on your One day in January '85 I was going Apcrfccl Remedy rorConstlr' Representative Ohio County Hon, tlon, Sour Stomacrt.Diarrhoca, from Sleepy Eye to Marshall, a town side," added Mrs. Gatten. 0. M. Barnett. WorTrujConvuBionsJevemh-acs- s "Bill Sypes friends," conilsncd about 25 miles west of that point, on cndLoss OF SLEEP. foot, accompanied by ray dog. Prince. farmer Gatten, "will se-- to it 'hat ole OHIO COUNTY. Bunkln never collects no taxes, J? When about fifteen miles from facsimile Signature ot CIRCUIT COURT. Marshal I noticed that Prince was be. Grundy county; h( can depend on Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens boro. oming uneasy. Five minutes later that " Otstoria li pit sp la yonic. toUks ealy. It "But if Mr. Syrvjs had bten nainl-natIs tot told la bull. Iioa't allow aajeaa ta sell Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney I observed that he was wearing the Us to Mt fit w jrotolM tlat It roa aajuJaf and Mr. PdnkltVs friends had Owencboro. hair on his back pompadour. I susIs "Inrt ai nod" and " vlU answtr sttt pit- T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. pected wolves, and I was light. They reiused to support him you would 8 that iw fri pes,." G. B. Lkene, Clerk Hartford. soon came in night, not fifty yards have called t'aem bo.tcrs, wouldn't Tiitw B, D. Ringo, Master Commissioner cant tin EXACT COPT OT WRAPPER. behind, and there was at least a hun. you?" ' liflltUI Hartford. "See here, Melissa Jane Gatten, H TTJJJM. " Tif dredofthem large, fierce, hungry G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund you are insulting my honor, espesavage wolves. Hartford. cially by sldin' in with ole John Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Their fierce howls reverberated through the startled forest like tbe Bunkin, who lied me out of that gray Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsvillo; Tbos. R. diabolical shrieks of frenzied demons mare your father give you; if you would pay more attention to pump Bishop, Centertown; 8. T. 6tevcns, in torment. Cromwell. I saw that a hand to hand contest kin piesan' less to politics you would Court convenes first Monday in please your husband better. Bill with them was out of the question. Sypes made a speech after March and August and continues threo Flight was my only hope. Picking weeks, and third Monday in May and up Prince by the nay of the neck, I they had triggered him out of the November 7two weeks. nomination, that knocked the tucked him under my arm and start COUNTY COURT. off its trotters. He told 'em Juhn P. Morton, Judge Hartford. ed. For forty minute3 I ran like a ' S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sts, Louisville, Ky. l). ai. Hocker. Ulerk Hartford, cat in a dog show. I suppose I ran that him an' his friends would be lESin.-tiE'ctxxE. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. foun' right in the front ranks of the ten miles notwithstanding that the Court convenes first Monday in battle tel the election, an' you orter snow was deep in some places, and in Affords the bet facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTheerd the convention yell. I tell you each month. others the underbrush interfered. HAND, TYPEWRITING and COURT Success nssnrsd la QUARTERLY nothln' makes a man friends as fast The wolves kept close behind and Begins on the third Monday Terms moderate. Pupils Msixte to POSlTrOXB as subtnittin' gracefully to bad trea- January, April, July and October. in THREE MONTHS. I could almost feel their teeth in my when competent Business men furnished Stenographers FRIttt OP COURT OP CLAIMS. flesh. They leaped up and nipped at tment" CHARGE. "Why don't you submit then, Mr. Convenes first Monday in January, the tail ol poor Prince, which was and Tuesday after tbe Becond Monday waving and tossing behind on the Gatten?" his wife inquired. "Thare it is agin, jist like a silly in October terrific wind, which my flight endanOTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. L gered like the plume of a Knight of woman to stan' around an' ask silly G. S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur questions an" the baby squallin' like Springs. old, going into battle. Their howls, a Comanche. Quiet that baby, N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. weird and hideous as the sinking Jane.an less gitready fer bed." Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartwall of ten thousand l)st souls, ford. J H. Thomas. shook the pine needles from the trees, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur and tore the nerves of the unfortunate Remember we do the very best Job Springs. FOR Prince in a way which was pain to printing at the lowest living prices C. R. thmpbell, Poorhouse EVERY member o see.. Keeper, Hartford. Dover, N. H , Oct. 31, 1896. EVERY family ou At the end of ten miles I began to JUSTICES COURTS. Ely Bros : The Balm Messrs. tire. A large spruce tree stood in my EVERY farm, in A. 8. Aull Marob 3. Juno 1, Sep path and I climbed it. Pearching reached me safely and in so short a tember 1, December 1. EVERY villaj.0, in myself on a lower limb same fitly time the effect is surprising. My son JontB. Wilson March C, Juno 5, EVERY State and Terrilory. September 4. December 4, leet from the ground and tying Prince says the first application gave decidC. L. Woouward March 12, in place on an other with a bit of ed relief. I have a shelf filled with FOR Education, string, I looked down on the angry "Catarrh Cures." To morrow the Juno 11, September 10, December 10. FOR N0W0 Manhood, Jas. A. Bowlici March 20. June stove shall receive them and Ely's wolve3 below. 19. September 18, December 18. FOR Truo Womanhood. I felt safe and lit my pipe and gave Cream Balm will reign supreme. B. F. Graves March 25, Juno Respectfully, Mrs Franklin Freeman my dog a ham bone which I had in 20, September 23, December, 24. IT gives all important news of the Nation. Cream Balm is kepc by all drugmy haversack, but soon to mysurprise IT gives a'l important nowsof the World. Never go way from home without wolves began most extraordinary gists. Full size 50c. Trial size 10 the IT gives the most reliable market reports. cents. We mall it. 0 bottle of Dr. Bell.s Pine Tar Honey. tactics, nothing less than gnawing IT gives brilliant ami instructive editorials. ELY BROS ,56 Warren St , N.V City Change ofcllmate, change ofnpart-ments- or IT gives fascinating short stories. down the tree. One hundred sets of exposure may bring on a cold IT jiives an unoxcellcd agricultural dopnrlmeut. ravenous fangs tore and bit the trunk- Remember Bullington, the barber It give fcientifit and meciianioal information. I saw that the tree could not stand is the place to get your hair trimmed wnicu nothing out tuts lamnus reme 1 1 gtves illastratcd 'ashiou articles. dy will cure. For sale by Z. Wayne hall an hour. I knocked the ashes up in nice style. IT gives humorous illustrations. Griffin & Bro out ot my pipe and began to look at IT gives entertainment to young and old. the situation serions. IT gives satisfaction overy whero to everybody. I noticed on tbe branches about me CtftOftiY ,Y?Ju,rni,hT,lE BBPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY chuueks of raw spruce gum, about TRIBUNE, both papers hkrnando county, tbe size of my fist. Taking my knife Brooksvillh, Hkrnndo, Hotel. I cut off one and dropped it to a wolf sever Winter Health Resort The place below. He snapped his jaws upon it ca.-Via-Ti.o -ufor any who arc aflected nith pulmowith famishing greed. Address all orders to the nary, lung throat orchest troubles. He never opened them again. Write for booklet: also for list of valThe rosinous mass held them as uable lands and homes for settlers, firm as a vice. At the end of twenty land growing corn, tobacco, sugar 3SCs.n-fcilr-axsr minutes I had the jaws of every wolf cane, oranges and all fruits, oats, etc. Write your name and address on a poatal card, send It to Geo. W. Bcs ELY'S CREAM I1ALM laapoaltlTeenre. Property at remarkably low prices. Room a, wedged together pist all hope of opTribune Building. New York City, and sample cop" otTllE Apply Into tha soaMI. It la quickly aUorbed. u J. Watkins Lee, NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. emu at DmpftjU or by mall ; auuplea 10e.br mill. Addtess, ening them. ELY UUOTHBRS, U Waneo Bt, Maw lotk City. Brooksville, Fla. I then descended with Prince who now barked savagely and attacked -CO SHS the wotves with great spirit. -RI.PANS With his assistance I drove the c ggBSWftS mmsHnmoni Constipation w Hoods SEE 1 111 IIHjBBIUBCMX'iiilTT ;. THAT THE cr W Narcotic. va-ric- WRAPPER BOTTIE ed new -- oas-tl- TTMfc y, Kli'S G(H BOOK-KEEPIN- COLLEGE rj v.: eon-veut- lon SHORTHAND INSTITUTE o 023. Stlo. St- e P 11 l Hi wtm Jqt Ls $ F LO RIDA. CoU 12q ONE 5.2m. YEAR a A. leaa HAIATFORD REPUBLICAN, tt a Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Jack Bills. f In fact everything that you want first-clas- s la printed. All work and H 'at lowest prices. Write or call for estim ates. baffled, helpless creatures to Marshall, like a flock ot sheep. There was at that time $s bounty on wolves. We rounded them up in the court house yard and I drew $500 on them from the country treasurer, alter which 1 repaired to the LtGraude Hotel and ordered supper, not forgetting a good beef steak for my dog, Prince. The following day I returned to Sleepy Eye but siw no more wolves (Mln ) Clipper. 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Ing disorders when n 25 cent bottle of will relieve Dr. Hell's the most stubborn rase, For sale by Wayne Griffin & Bro. Farmer Gatten's wife had supper on the ttble when lur lord returned from the county scat, where he had gone as a delegate from Flat Grand precinct to the county convention to assist in nominating a ticket for the county offices Mr. Gatten reated himself nt the table and proceeded, without ceremony, to help his plate. Mrs Gatten, noting the omission of the usual grace, called her husband's attention to his lack of reverence. I aint In no humor for askin grace now," Mr. Gatten exclaimed as he reached for another toll. "Whv, Mr. Gatten. what has gone wrong?" Mis Gatten Inquired. "Gone wrong, thunder an' light-i- n' the convention went an" noiuN nated ole John Bunkln fer Sheriff, over Bill Sypes, the poplarest man in Grundy county; its the same old Bunkin that cheated me out of that gray mare your father give you. 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