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With what cdre, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and now groat the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy. THE HAETFOKDj REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL "Notliiiis:cIlikeit:,,1 T-- pfeasant Soap for the skin. iIA r.i.. . x 4. ,.. f1 iv Jsit A iic inusr, reiresnintr ana throutrh... all the 0RBAN OF THE PARI? IN THE FQtMH CONGRESSIONAL ir - filMICI. r ATD1CA1EPl UN 1 - rrfr- - VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MKCH lower prices. When the mercury of prices Is falling, the scale of civilization Is rising The luxuries of the few of yesterday have become the common heritage ol the many today. The poor of today will become the well-to-and the rich of tomorrow. The laborer of today becomes the employer of a few years hence. The farmer who hauls his wheat to market and gets less In price for It now, as expressed in dollars, than he formerly did, gets correspondingly ruoreof and better others things, for the purpose ol getting which he sells his wheat, than he formely did. He does not sell his wheat because he wants money With It he cannot satisly his hunger, shelter himself, clothe himself, fenCe his farm, or produce heat in the fireplace; but he can and does, with its ready power of conversion iuto groceries, shingles, clothes, wire, and coal, accomplish all these things, Whenhe sejls hjs wheat for moaeyETe merely exchanges his wheat for f other commodities which he needs; and the owners of such other commodities exchange them for his wheat, which they need. The owners of the commodities which the farmer needs, when prices have fallen, get more wheat for them than formely; and the farmer, on the other hand, gets more oi the commodities he needs for his wheat than he formerly did. The advantage to each Is mutual. It takes less labor to produce the same wheat, or more wheat is produced with the same labor; and ao, also, with other commodities Dean which the wheat purchases. Gordon, In the March Arena. J 9, 1897. dlsvilutcncss, sight kind of flagrant of NO. 34. the pallid cheek and brow sends a spasm of pain of deep sorrow to a yearning heart. It is not until we arc robbed of a gladsome smile or a cherry voice (ith, the bitter tears that its memory brings back, to us) that we look back at the home as It was not long since, and distinctly remember that we did not thoroughly realize what happiness the unbroken circle ohould bring. .It is not the vacant chair that tells It's own sad story of the wanderer from home that causes us to stop and reflect on the past and bring back fond recollections of the one that was ever ready to share our every grief and mingle in our every joy, It Is then we remember that we had even Jorgotto be happy and content. But Is 11 human nature to be content? No; some of us ate never so. Instead of thanking our Great Creator for the dally blessings that are bestowed upon us. and Instead. O bringing sunshine and gladness Into every day life, we are eagerly grasping out for broader means and the wanted desires of our fancies. Many famitles would be much happier if each ol it's members would do their part, If ever so small, In making up of what constitutes of a happy, peaceful home. iUIANEQUSl MOTHER'S FRIEND allays all rel- HOLMES' Record of Murders is Rivaled in Miss' issippi. . Mon of To-d- ay mfSKSiPJUL JIBfcjSjWP system that Childbirth is made easy A Dozen Men Were and trie time ot recovery shorby tenedmany say " stronger after than before confinement. It inFiends. sures safety to life of both mother and child. All who have used " Mother's Friend " say they will never be without it again. No other BARTERIN HUMAN LIFE. remedy robs confinement of its pain "A cottonser vhoaa wlfa and 'Mother! rriand Mjithst If aha hall to ko ihrraeb. th ordaul A Woman was Selected amln, and thora war but funr --ottlaa to be obtain, and tba ooat ml SIOO.00 nsr bottlfl, ha as the Next Victim. sea, and so fully a? pares prethe Cramps, Kland Nau- ievos the Headache Poisoned the would iuToUum.'1 OkJo.LArrox.IUy ion, Ohio tVnt by Mull, on receipt of prlca. ItjM PER HOT-TIJ- t. Book to "jIxrEOTAMT MOTHIMIS" upon application, oontalntnjr rat. mailed uablloIarsuueiuaiid rolanttry testimonials, na TMC MAOnitB RtaULATOR CO., Atlanta, qv i ar au. oauaaiara. Inaurod Tholr Lives Without TholY Knqyvlodgd. . 4 t SOMEPROMINENTCITIZENS. Meridian. Miss., March 13- - A. op poisoning case, which promises to rival, it not eclipse, the record 01 tne famous H. H. Holmes, has been unPjr in pain not akin. Como and earthed In Kemper county, this State. too ray Stock, or writo your wants. For lour years the citizens of that Prices reasonable. county have been startled every few 11 6m , J. O. WELL8, weeks by the sudden death of neighBeaver Dam, Ky. bors. The deaths became so frequent and were surrounded by so many sus Louisville Dental Co., picious circumstances that foul play was more than once suspected, but the authorities were baffled In their efforts to run down and punish the guilty parties. The latter part ol last December a farmer named Davis, liv Inir near Scoba. died wfth unmlstaka- ble signs ol poisoning. An Investi gation was ordered, and it was Jound -- 'tfiflfe' Fair View Herd folandt (Jhinas, that DAVIS' LIFE WAS INSURED. In the the Equitable nnd the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Insurance Companies of New York, and the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, N. 1 OWENSBORO, KY. $5 to $7 GoldCrowns Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best act oi teeth (no better made no matter how ranch you pay) . $S Gold fillings f I up Silver filling t 75c Extracting, pe tootn S5C extracting with Vitalized Painless 14 W.M.st J., for $15,000. Before Air joe Extracting lree when Artificial are ordered. Office permanentTeeth ly located. i Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. Wanted-- An M-- "t Idea Wotct year tbf mar brine joa for th.lr fa crla tort, WMMntun. D a. InT.nUou. IIwanfei. caw ot two tutnarl aoitUit SsSS wtik. HOW TO FIND OUT. Pill a bottle or common water glass with mine and let it stand twenty-fou- r hours; a sendlment of settling indicates a diseased condition ol the kid neys. When mine stains tlnen it is positive evidence ol kidney tiouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain In the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order. There la comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, thegrent kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pafn in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passages". It corrects inability to hold urin'e and scalding pain In passing it, itppad effects lollowlng use ol liquor, wjue.pr bear, and overcomes that necessity of being compelled to get up many times' during the night to urinate The mild and the Is extraordinary effect ol Swamp-Roo- t It stands the highest soon realized for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mall, mention Tnn Hartford Republican address and 'send your foil tq.Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this of 7 iyr- fer, post-office WHAT TO DO. the authorities had finished investigating the death of Davis the com-- , tnunlty was shocked by the announcement ol the death ot S. T. Stuart, another " farmer, under circumstances similar to that of Davis. The authorities vent to work on this case, and discovered that Stuart had died of the eflects ol a dose of strychnine, administered by W. H. Lipscomb, a physician who has heretofore stood high In Kemper county. The New York Life, the Equitable and the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Insurance Companies of New York, and the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Comptny, who had Insured policies on Stuart's lifeaggregatlng over $20,-00In favor of Guy Jsck, a prominent meichant ofScooby, refused payment, and employed Lonergan's Detective Agency of New York, to aid the authorities in ferreting out the criminals. The investigation proceeded quietly until the grand jury met at DeKalb this week and return cd indictments against Dr. V. H. Lipscomb and Guy Jack, charging them with murder In the first degree The cases wet e called before Judge Huddleston yesterday, a jury Impaneled and the taking of testimony beFrom facts gan this morning. by the authorities there it is believed by them that there is an organized gang in Kemper countv composed oi prominent and wealthy peo0, ple who have been trafficking in human life. Fositive evidence has been discovered, It Is claimed, showing that the lives of more than a dozen farmers, mostly poor people, have been Insured without their knowledge for large amounts In favor ol Guy Jack, Dr Lipscomb and others. The insurance companies have already discovered twelve cases where there was undoubtedly murder committed for the Insurance money, and they are GHDVES hardly half through with the Investigation. A case was brought to light showinir that the villains would have added a poor widow to their list ol victims had it not been for an accident. Mrs. Hardin, a widow, residing at Scooba, filed an affidavit before the Circuit Coutt, charging Guy Jack and Pr. Lipscomb with conspiracy to affidavit The murder. commit charges that Jack lusured her llle In the Equitable Company, ol New York, knowledge or for $5,000 without consent. Dr Lipscomb, she alleges, forged her name to the application for the policy and fuolc was made the beneficiary. By an accident the mailed her a notice that her pre mium was due. instea'd of sending it to Jack. Upon receipt of the notice she deuundcid that the policy he canceled, which was done. hr coin-nan- v If 18 TASTELESS TUNIC WARRANTED. PRICE OO cto. on An, ULa., Mot, W, UU. ParlaMadloloara., Bt. Loui., Uu. .old laaf, 00 boUlaa ot rotiio ana b.T. oiwtW tWklbhj ciiiu.rr. Id all oar ax bontat tbrM kivm alraadr IliU "a lucb unlranal aUa cariKica o U ", nia Urifi Wioau. tara MTor aoM an artiola that tour, truly, lactioa aa your I'onlo. 1 4 H I LL. JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. Falling prices Is the result of the Increasing and rising pnwar of labor to create with the same labor better and more of the useful things ot Hie, or the same amount of s.uch things As wll correspondingly less hbor we all exchange the fruits of our toil jor the fruits of the toll of others, we shall all share In the blessings of this increasing creative and earning power of labor alike It means that It takes less and less labr r to provide ourselves with the necmlUefl and luxuries of llle, and becomes easier and easier to live and accumulate capital everyday that we go forward In the direction ol tHllluir rrlrra. For "ile by Williams & Dell. It lasts twice as long: as others. Are Htiitretne. A trial will convince you or Ita craat m.rit. win picaie tna most laatiaioua. Combinations are forming in some CHARLES F. MILLER, of the counties between so called DeMO. ot FRENCH MILLED TOILET mo, rats, by which are meant those SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, "" who deserted Democracy, and Pops Lancaster, Penn. ullrts, for the purpose of capturing 189. the county offices. For example, on nomMi 'day fusion candidates were inated In Cray son and Breckiuridge PROFESSIONAL VAUD. conuties. The only strictly political office in the list was that of Repre-se- n JTaoaaes J&.. Ative in the Legislature, and in each oase this office was given to a ForwHst. To avoid misunderstanding, we will irAUTCOKD. KY. Will nractico bin profession in Ohio exp aln what we mean by a political nnd adjoining counties, and court ol office. A County Judge may be chosUpccial attention given t Appeals. en on a partisan ticket, but he Is collections. Office east side of puHi bound by his oath to do justice to square. people of all parties. A County Clerk tEeackTlooftWdlfoTany'omgardedi works for all alike, without respect M, L, HkaVrik. Shelby TAvlor. Hence while laV is set for the Master, to parties, and so of other officers. IIEAVRIN & TAYLOflr unhappily and unfortunately, preju- But a State Legislator has power to dice and passion becomes Mistress, aid In making laws, and so is bound HARTFORD, KY. and" therefore, the numerous violato carry out the party policy so far as tions of law indexed by the dockets it affects State legislation. He also Perry Westerfield; oi our criminal courts. has a vote lor United States Senator, Throughout the land there is a which involves national politics in a widespread tendency to evade legal high degree. It Is, therefore, a strictAron Rbujm Beater Dam, Ky. enactment, a?" though statutes were ly political position, Involving the Tnke the World Emy. R. R. WEDDING e made for the public at large, but not of judgmemt upon partisan Take the world easy, and smile If Business Itself, questions. for the individual. you can; be of good cheer, 'tis the Hajitfoud, Ky. the success of which depends on sysThe leading Populists have declar- bettermost plan; meet this life's Will practice his profession In all tem and accuracy, has also fallen into ed against fusion with Democrats, trials with courage and grace, they the courts of Ohio moral confusion and derangement. meaning popocrats, hereafter. They will all flee from the light in your counties. Also Notaryand adjoining Public. Very many contracts are not observed state that the silver Democrats failed face; turn from the fears and th e Office, iu Commercial Hotel. unless they are enlorced by the dread to comply with their contract last trouble that come, welcome them not of penalties; obligations are not often year, and betrayed the Populists, and and the battle is won. :m:. ?, honored If they can safely be broken; that henceforward those who wish to m 11. Take the world easy, don't worry bfl Cared Rtnlncaw Cnnnol pledges given to a confiding people, operate with Populists must come nor fret, groanings ne'er bullded a by local applications as they cannot are rarely redeemed; and vows as- co HARTFORD, KY, Into the party. Still Populist office happy lot yet; men may deceive you Will practice his profession in all th reach the diseased portion ot the car. sumed, of the most sacred Import, are seekers are willing to fuse, If they and friends may betray you, let them courts of Ohio and adjoining counties There is only one way to cure deaf- treated as a matter of course, as a can thereby get office nnd especially all go there's One Who will stay; Careful attention will be given to a ness, and that Is by constitutional form, not strictly binding on any when they get the lion's share of the God will be true, and from Him you business entrusted to his care. Col remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Office over Ohio one. Adulterations, (muds, cheating, booty. may draw love that Is constant a lections a specialty. lininflamed condition of the mucous County Bank. Also Notary Public. "foxy" haggling and chafierlng, are The mass of the people are not love without fiav; naught can disturb ing of the Eustachian Tube. When the commonplaces of commerce; and Their Interest is in good when the Father is near, life is serene this tube Is Inflamed yon have a rum- so shameless have even prominent DR. 3XT3ES 1, government They attach themselves and Its purpose is clear. (Cbnnty Attorney) bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and capitalists become, that, having sold to parties foi the purpose of carrying world easy and help it Take the when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is valuable properties to foreigners at out certain measures, and not for the along, greet It with gladness and the result, and unless the inflamma- absurdly exorbitant rates, they have HARTFORD, KY. purpose of giving offices to particu- greet It with song; measure it not by tion can be taken out and tills tube openly schemed and combined to strip Will lar men, and especially not to men your measuring line, just as you find Courts practico his profession in the condition, restored to its normal of Ohio and adjoining conn what they have sold of Its worth by who are willing to advocate anything it in letter and sign; read it with leis- ties. Special attention givou to col hearing will be destroyed forever; organizing an opposition business of and everything that they believe will I ure, correct if you may, fill the dark lections. Office in Courtubusc. nine cases out of ten are caused by the same nature. This is plundering enhance oftheir chances forgetting places with full lighted day. Catarrh, which la nothing but an Inthe Egyptians with a vengeance; this fice. It is to the Interest of the peoJNO. B. WILSON, Take the world easy and hold out flamed condition of the mucous surgetting even with the Britishers in a ple that all such men should be kept your hand, clasp all the other hands faces manner not creditable to our Integ- out of office. We have constant com-- . you may command. We will give One Hundred Dollars K. X. m rity, compelling them to buy us off plaint3 from the people that their will FECIAL attention given to col for any case of Deafness (caused by that their original investment nay Is not carried out by legislator and lections, making abstracts. Ac. Chess and Cupid. catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's not be entirely sacrificed. I am not others in official position. How can also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars1, "Duobus lltlgantlbus, fortius gau- Office North side of public square. saying that the English are immacuthey expect faithful service trom men Avory pretty modern Instance free. late, for I know they are not; but If 'who have no convictions and who dot" of this anclont saw baa ooourred at F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, they are as heartless In their trade will profess allegiance to any cause Charkofl. Two mombors of the Sold by Druggists, 75c transactions as wchre, What a com- for the sake of office? CharlrofI Chess club fell In lovo with Hall's Family Fills are the best. ment this conscienceless dealing Is These fusions for office only are tbo same lady. They agreed to sot-ti- e Haiitfokd, Ky. and the dispute for her hand In a Will practice his profession in all the A bottle ol Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon-e- y on our Chrlbtian civilization, espe- manipulated by chess-boarshould be on the medicine shelf of cially as church members are as their henchmen, the latter being near- tournament upon the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties everv home. In a sudden attack of prominent in these questioning af- ly all men who are looking forward the loser binding himself to dopart Collections carefully and promptly at from tho town and leave the mnldon tended to. Office with T. J. Smith croup It Is invaluable, allaying the fairs as others. to somethings for themselves. They to be wooed by tho winner. Thoy irritation and ending the danger in A religious profession is no securi- arc made almost in utter disregard of fought for two long dnys, nnd the & Co., Market Htreet. less time than It would take to go for ty against dishonesty, trickery, and everj thing like principle, and with a result was a drown game. So thoy VICKER8, as a faithlessness to engagements; neither a doctor. It stands defiant indifference to the Interests of fought again, and tbo flftht lasted remedy for coughs, colds, and all is it an Insurance that debts will be the people or the competency of the for throo days, but It ended again kindred diseases. For sale by Z. paid, or that measure will be given. nominees. The voters are expected In on lndecl8lvo romls. There was IIllRTFORD, KY., Wayne Griffin & Bro. Lack of principle Is the crying curse to go to the polls, like dumb driven no choice left but to enter the lists Will practice his profession in Ohio a third time. But while thoy woro and adjoining counties. of the times in the church and out of cattle, and register the will of what Special atGeorge A.' Benham will contribute In tho hoat of tho fight thoy wore it; and everywhere the individual ap- the have done In their arrested by the woofm news that a tention given to all business entrusted Harper's Bazar of March 20 a to Offico Jn RepUdusan to his care. pears to feel as an imperator or dicown interests. "Tortlus" hod nrrlvod, had pro- building. thoughtful paper on "The Disparity tator, endued with Irresponsible powfusposed to the aueen of tho tournaIt is needless to say that these of Wages Between Men and Women." a..er, who is justified in having his own ion nominations, bind nobody. Howment, and baa been accepted by There will be also several other ar- way at any cost of others and In car- ever strenuous a Democrat may be her. Westminster Oarotto. ARMISTEAD JONES, ticles of particular Interest to women, high hand if be for party discipline, he can not be but A Fine "Qame" Record. Including timely suggestions with rying things with a can, without regard to the Interest of under any obligation to support a regatd to the new fashions, and the Efrl do Grey has kept a record ot HARTFORD, KY.: fellows. A facile, pliant, sleek, Populist for office except by his own illustrations will Include many early his the "game" ho has killivl In 28 Will practice in all the Courts ot Ohio and shuffling generation is this that express promise. However ardent a years; It amounts to 310,699 head, spring costumes. Special atcares strict standards of duty, rigidly Populist a man may be, he is under his average for tho lost twonty years nnd adjoining counties. Office Your Hoy Wont Live n Month. Interpreted, except as they serve to the weightiest obligations to vote a- - being about 10,000, while In 1893 his tention given to collections. with County Attornoy. So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 34 Mill check some rascals from acting up to , . a Popocrat, In spite of any record was 19,135. He has put to" galnst St., South Gardner, Mass., was told the lull measure of poisible rascality. spurious Indorsement given him by death 200,000 and pheasants by the doctors. His son had Lung It Is not then surprising, where such treacherous members of his party. partridges, 47,000 grouse, 0,000 othtrouble, following Typhoid Malaria, looseness prevails, that young people er game birds, 500 deer and 9,000 T.ie lime has come to Inquire it the Including animals, miscellaneous and he spent three hundred and sev in America should fall to realize the is supreme, and if the Digs, capercailzie, sumb'ur, a dozen ' enty-fidollars with doctors, who necessity of imposing rational bonds Globe-Democr- at Semi-weekl- y are bound by party fealty to buffaloes and tigers and two rhinopeople finally gave hliu up, saying: "Your on their Impulses, desires and appesupport him, whether he represents ceroses. On one day recently 3,000 boy wont live a month." He tried tites, and that they .should become the party or not whether he repre- birds were shot on one ot tho Dr. King s New Discovery and a few weak and sents the voter's views or not. whet- marquis ot Rlpoa's prosorvos, tho bottle restored him to health nnd enTheir headlness and Insubordina- her he Is fit for the place or not. The largest bag being Earl do Grey's. abled him to no to work a perfectly, tion have passed tjnto proverb, ana. Jefltrsonlan test Is this. "Is he hon HOT1CB. well man. He says he owes bis pres- their disregard of parental authority TTnltea est? Is he capable? Is he faithful to I wurr erer man and woman In th Wblikr Oulnm and ent good health to use of Dr. Kink's is the common talk of the world. A the Constitution?" The IntarsaUd rs Statea to bara oaaIn the books on tbau of tar It to be book with a "bad boy' in It Is one of New Discovery, and knows Addra.s B. M. Woollar, Atlanta, OK, teat is: "Has he received the nomDox 531, awl oaa Hill la loot 70a res. the best In the world Jor Lung troub. the most popular and profitable forms ination of our party, or of some other le. Trial Bottles Free at Williams & of modern literature. Heads of famiI,oillllllleiiitroiifcMJune 1. parly, or a conscienceless coallitlon wnj Co' lu nrrel Bell's Drug Store. No, 41. No. 43 lies read it and joke about It, and not of two or three parties? Will he be dally dally WestDound unnaturally their preclou3 offsprings certain to betray alt the parties in JIlKAl.Vtf.' a m 6 30 p m 7 55 L Louisville Andrew Williams preached at consider the hero a model to be copRev. If he be chosen?" If these 7 55 Mrs. Laura E. Mlms,of SmlthvlUe.aa., L, Brandenbutg . . 9' 22 ied. We have. In almost every Uniou Grove Sunday. 8 o questions are answered In the affirms-tlv- - says; "A small pimple of h strawberry L Irvington , . 9 49 Ms.'j. W Baker, ol precocious smokers, color appeared on my cheek; it soon LStephenpoit . . ioa8 858 Mr. and the people are expected to come began to grow rapidly, notwithstand. . 10 47 L Cloverport 9 18 drinkers, and precocious county, visited" In the neighand vote blindly for him. ing all efforts to check It. My L Hawesville . . n is 944 the penitentlay and the borhood Sunday. eye occumc iciriuiy voted for Bryau Mtny Democrats inflamed, and was so L Owensboro . . is 15 p niio 48 Mr. George Maddox, of this place, gallows. A pungent writer has re last year because they thought he 11 55 swollen thstforqulte Ar Henderson . . t 15 No. 44- No 43. has moved to his home In Rockport. cently Inquired: "Do you want to was the regular nominee. Bnt how a while I could not dally dally see. The doctors East bottnd Mr D W Kfmruel visited in Cens know where a boy usually begins to ' can It be regular for Democrats and aid I had Cancer of L Hunuerson 7 so a m a 55 pm It Is his Pounllsts to unite to give the Popu be fast? With a cigarette. tral City this week. the most malignant L Owensboro . 8 25 3 55 type, and after Rev W II lenklns preached here first Btop in bravado, resistance of list the political office? Does that 4 53 9 5 their efforts L Uaweavllle . dissober morality, and a bold step in Monday night 5 17 9 50 bind a Democrat who does not without doing me L Cloverport obedience. The first step Is rapidly 5 35 Mr. W A Casebier and wife visitany good, they gave L Stephenpott . 10 XI In Populism? Of course not. 616 When In L Irvlngton . . 1051 tin tfiA c&ae a lioDeleas. ed relatives in Frentis Saturday and followed by the second. A highly The real Democrats of this State Brandonburg 639 had died from tl 18 cultivated and welMnlormed lady, meu who love Democracy so well formed that my father said I must die, L Louisville Sbmlay I 45 p ra 8 00 Ar the same disease, they Mr F M Allen, of Sumllhouse, Is who spends much ol her time In the to make sacrifi as hereditary Cancer was incurable. are C country, assured me that, to her cer- that they will willing visiting friends here this week crisis, I was advised to try TIMti TAU1.K I. I). It. II. IILAYKII "At never consent to n Pop 8.S.S., this In a short while the Cancer cos for it m .i 11V. 1IA and tain knowledge, mere lads, In aulet ullst coalition. These fusions with began to discharge and continued to do COINO RAST. A distinction without a difference nmong "the Vermont Populists are disgraceful bargains to so for three months, then it began to Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m jural retreats amounts to nothing, There is a heal. I continued the medicine a while Mail No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. a real dlflerenea a vast dif- hills, often combine their earnings or get positions, and the people In their longer until the Cancer disappeared No. 20a a 7 35 p in. inpiUerlugs and Import a keg of own should refuse to This was several years ago and Fast Mail ference between Dr. Bell s Pine Tar their disease." OOINO WRST. of any other cough, cold or titer, and drink uutll they arc stupe- dorse them. The offices 'do not be- there has been no return the Honey and No. 201 a 7 17 a. m. Fast Mall lung remedy, To see' it 'or taste it fied Nor Is this the Bum of their re. long to the office seekers, and men No. 221 a 14 25 p in. Mall They are some who desert the principles of their but the nuleir misdoings Cancer Is a blood disease, and only a Local Freight No. 291 a 3 35 p. in. proves this immediately, cure, It greatest difference is to be found in times discovered In bands, plotting to party ahduld be tetlred to private blood remedy will vrsetabU) IsS.a S. S. IL MmintCK. Agt real iguarvnUJ purtly Courler-Journhuses: and where this Is not life the results coming from its use, Be remedy, and never falls to perblood manently cure Cancer, Scrofuls, Eczema, sldajtontting the phlegm and curing tne case, tney are irequemiy rounu to morality In Rheumatism or any other disease of the our Hvium. the couah or cold at once, It soothes offend against public blood. Send for our book Courier-Journ- al Do we appreciate our homes? Some oa Cancer ana- - 11100a uncases, heals the lungs and ways too heinous for description in the Irritation I do not thlnkwe do, until the mailed free to these pages times bpinchlals. It tottlfiw the system ogalnt cold from the use of which no ' Next week we will show how this lamp is burning low by tho Invalid's any address. Is sinking beSwift Specific evil niter effects can arise. For sale uugovernableness.gr unded In seltlsh bed, and a loved one vanity must culminate In graceless- - neath all hopes of recovery, and the Co. Atlanta, Ga. by 7, Wayne Grlllln & Bro, oiflce-aerUera self-contr-ol, ), sef-contr- In our last of this serfo, we demonstrated the practical refult, of neglecting tne proper control and government of children Id 'the family nursery, nnd 'now we want to advance a bfep. nnd say tfiat parental government Is the i'atiIbr of No man ever possessed who was not first controled himself, or rather we learn how to control ourselves, by having been controled. (here cannot Without be, either a well governed or well Ills Is a poor, formed character. weak, trail, fragile and uncertain character, who has no He Is lflce a ship at sea without rope or rudder, chart qr compass his own driven by the Impulses-o- l passions or the passions oi others; while reason, judgment, common sense'and discretes atfMcked out of to tBo Mori of ness, vlceousness, 4. knavery and every pn fllgacy. JSOAI loiiti.NuMcnr& Dajh litiitknmmc tut nit C. (To be continued) Itf fcniCEf25fr g if Smith, T flTTOBlY ffl Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law exe-efs- Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, a. BuSl-IaqETa- ES. AT Attorney at XglW, Attorney at lavs S Attorney at Iaw office-seeke- d, Attorney at Law, J.B. office-seeke- W Attorney at law ( i,1 The office-seek- and Republican the St. Loui& one year ve for $1.75. office-seeke- Cancer at Oi the Face. ... Mnh-lenbur- g preco-coclb- ... fSjfct?5 ,111 m n fer self-defen-se A Real Blood Remedy J p1e al. sss The Republican and the for one year for $1,50. fPWIW fci sli sfflll Uli iaiiiaisiOi " u,rtbiMf- jftJw Yhimi I kLM " isitt Uln -- ml 'TtfV " - 4 Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1897. Offloo on FoxStroot. Iiiirl litrrjr t'rlilny nl Hnrlfnrit, Kjr, SAM A. ANDERSON Editor. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar at Hartford Entered at the as second class mall matter. post-office f3jk REPULIOAN TICKET. Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1867. County Judge, Jas. A. Park. Coanty Clerk, M. 8. Rngland. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Cojnty Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. ShcrifT, S. T. Stovcns. ScLool Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Tbos. H. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Survoyor, N. Moxley. MAGISTRATE. r i Hartford Dist Cromwell Dist Christopher Allen. Jonl B Wilson. Announcomonts. For neprenrnlnllvr. We are authorized R. A. As a candidate from Ohio county, to announce BYERS for Representative subject to the ac- tion of the Rtpubllcan party. u For Slniclsirnte. We are authorized to announce JOHN M. GRAHAM As a candidate for Magistrate in the Fordsvllle Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. Announcement Democratic Ticket. l;v We are authorized to announce EU H. DROWN A3 a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. T. OWEN lt as As a candidate lor Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Clr-cu- i We are authorized to announce EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's i(,n.i.f,f tin. Sixth Judicial Dis-trict, subject to the action of the Democratic parcy. For lomily Attorney We are authorized to announce J. B. VICKERS Asia candidate for the office of Conns ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject to the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce F. L. FELIX As a candidate for the office of County Attorney ot Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Commonwealth's Attorney. I ' We are authorized to announce As a candidate to represent Ohio county In the lower branch of tue next General Assembly, of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democrat-i- t For ltepraieiMnllvi-- . john j. Mchenry patty. aro full ot harmony that does not harmonize. Silveu Democrats and hogs are in good demand at good prices, and that too under the "gold standard fastened upon us by Eguland." Cattle Farmers may shortly expect a better price for their wool. Tho increase in pricp will be due to the wise tarifl laws of the Republican parly. On last Tuesday a bill was introduced in the Legislature creating tho 31et Judicial District, composed of the count'es of Hancock, Ohio and Muhlenberg. plicant to Crumbaugh Is the first aplor the in this Revenue District. Verilyl verily, I say unto you, the first shall be last and tho last first, etc. file hia papers Major iFayoungman meets with aro' verse In his courtship, (and all en gago in courting to a greater of less extent,) ho can attibuto it to our pres-efinancial system and "cum" tho gold standard. nt The adversities of political life havo retired to private life at tho same time, tho Hon. J. G. Carlisle and the Hon. J. C S. Blackburn. In all probabilities neither will over again appear in publio life, as servants of tho people. Male Quartets aro growing in popular favor, and with n little patient training foui or moro young men can Every town the make good music. size of this ought to havo enough musical talent in It to furnish ono or more good malo quartctu. Ir a ship strikes the rock, thero is a critical time. When It relief doos not come bIio is beat to pieces by the fury ot the waters and wind. Tho Derao-cnat- lc party has strunded on tho rock On the other and noielief la near. hand the storms grow more eovero Utter despair about tho old ship. and completo destruction glares the wretched party in tho face. It is fast going to pieces on the rock of its own folly. KtHJHiEKd!I;liM;TI WHlkk USt (kjugll Tuleiuoud. H la tlmfl. Bjluu. br druifilMi ftuud CURLS AIL I AILS. DOM "To be or not to be," sold Hamlet. your votes and .those offices to the Silver Democrats these days find Peoples party, while to the Peoples themselves In the same frame of mind party votors they my you shall not An election lias beon called to fill tlio the prophet ilamlot to make tho nominato any candidato for Circuit s'nlommt counted. Indications point Clerk, County Clerk, County Attor-novacancy caused by his dcatn. Jailor, School Superintendent or ttrongly to the fact that silver DemoThe roads of this State- aro bad. crats ro not to be. Representative's wo havo traded you, Their dcplorablo condition is doubt-Ic- es your votes and those offices to the cs Tun Republican lloueo of duo to the "crirao of 1878" which freo silver Democrats and wo will not at Frankfort elected a col- - allow anyone In your party to becomo "struck down silvor," thereby "cutting our circulating medium in too." I orod man cloak mom keeper over sov- -' a candidato for either of tho offices oral white candidates, and yet our named and to the 2,000 voter in cannot deny 'English Contemporary Is harping HiLvrn Democrats tho two parties, thoy say you folks do that tliov havo deserted overr ttrlnc- l- I about tho Republican party not rccog-- I just as wo say about this and ask no plo thoy onco ondoncd, and havo nlzlng tho colored man. Our own questions. You freo silver Democrats mado nil unholy allinnco with a party Jas. P. Thomas was a crndidato for shall voto for tho Peoples party canthey onco despised and hold up to tho placo and was defeated on the last didates and you Peoples party voters ridiculo and scorn. ballot. Mr. Lanson, of Louisville, shall voto for tho free silver Democratio candidates. We forty odd votDniocitATS raako much comment was elected. regarding, tho hustling of Republicans Tug Lexington Artjcraut has al- ers havo decided you shall do this, so thero is no uso In kick!ng,as wo aro for pie. The character of this comways been an ardent advocato of freo ment is such as to warrant tho con a and unlimited coinagoof silver. Tbo awful hungry for olfico and toaccure elusion that Democrats regret that editor of that worthy Journal has same havo already decided that you they can havo nono for themselves. shall do ns wo d'rect. benu studying tho subject recently Tho foregoing It is this feature which pains them and has come out on tho Bido of good exactly explains tho situation In Ohio county. most. Freo government, honest and a staple cursilver Democrats aro ordered to cast It is gratifying to Republicans to rency against repudiation, freo silver their votes for Peoples party candiand a depreciated currency. It says: know that President McKinley's ad"Free and unlimited coinage of siK dates for Judge, Sheriff, Assessor, ministration will use all its power to vcr, when it does not preset ve Its par- Surveyor and Coroner, who will bo rcstoro to us a protective tariff. It ity with gold, cannot be a condition nominated without a Democratic is a want of wholcsomo tarifTlaws, vote, and Peoples party voters aro and not the financial question, that lects it is directly antagonistic to the ordered to voto for free silver Demoalwuenever practiced, system, has placed us in such a bad way finan- ways result in monometallism, it and cratio candidates for county offices cially and commercially. silver at that. Such is the case now who will bo nominated without any in all silver countries, as Mexico and It is true that Republicans aro China, and such was the case In the Peoples partyjvotee. This is n "funny business" nnd tho United States in the foity years prior showing considerable interest regardto 1843." bosses declaie it go, but is it? to office by tho ing appointments w m new administration. But when tho Tun Populist committco of Ohio A Correction The Hartford Herald of last week matter is rightfully and candidly con- county met at tho Court House last sidered, it can bo clearly seen that Saturday and talked over the fusion says: "Preacher Gary, of color, who tho good, easy jobs to bo disposed of arrangements in Ohio county. There has taken it upon himself to instruct are enough to mako the average citi was considerable diseffection in their tho colored people how to vote, has cens' mouth water. ranks; some of them objected to giv succeeded in getting bis article pubThe Herald knows very ing up their device of tho 'Tlow and lished." Tug continued rains are delaying Hammer," while others agreed to woll that I am nqt a prcachjsr and if farmers in their preparations ' for this give it up, and go into the Democrats I was a preacher I would endeavor to year's crop. If tho delay is such as ic party. Some of the Democratic bo truthful; they know I am a teachto mako a short crop, freo eilverites wire pullers got into the meeting and er, and had heard it said that nil will attribute tho hard times arising convinced the Populists that they preachers were teachers and they from the failure, to the present "gold would havo to vote under the rooster aimed to deduce from that tho logical standard which has been fastened upand that a county could not chango a conclusion that all teachers were on us, resulting in a striking down of device, and, oh, the Democrats wero preachers, but that is not so, half of our circulating medium.' They want to mako the article apawful sweet on the Populist Committee. The Populists aro fast realizing pear insignificant by inapplying that Wonder how W. Godfrey Hunter stands on the money that the Democrats are usiug them it is nothing; having beon written by question now? Here is the pledge to as tools in this fight and ere many a negro preacher., But would tiko I which he signed his name a year ago, in order to secure two Populist more days are passed they will awake to inform them that wo havo preachHartford Herald March 17, to a complete realization of that ers of our race who are as intelligent votes. '97. and as truthful as those of any race. fact. In Daviess county, the DemoAnd I am a teacher of my race crats will not countenance the PopuWonder how the JJerald stands on lists in any particular; tbey have and I claim to be one in all that the the Populist platforn. Let's see in its always cussed the Populists and now name implies. My raco to issue of September, 27, 1893, it says: do not propoeo to go intc a coalition some extent, has come up out of the "Ben Birkhead and Tom Pettlt, valley of desolation and degradawho two years ago were upholding with tbem, while on tho other hand all the absurdities of the Populist tbo Populists know that the Demo- tion. It stands at the entrancoofa platform, are now tunning over in crats have mistreated them on every great plain. Various are the plans Daviess county as "Independent." occasion and they don't proposo to laid before it, and numerous aro the Bahl And are the people of Daviess county so vciy stupid as not to bo hoodwinked in this matter. Ev- advisors presenting themselves as see through the gauzy covering of eryday thero are new developments guides, among those we find some of hypcirisy which so scantily conceals in the fusion business. tho Democratic leaders. Tbo right schemes of that pair the direction to choose is now, the suof arttul dodgers? Tiuly, a people so AN ABLE ALLY. preme question of the hour. easily hoodwinked must preler to be l5o Republican would havo dreamed fooled. Why not elect some honoraWe, in common with the other citble men to office, rather than that two years ago that the Ciimjr.ourneu izens of our country, are passing combination, neither of whose histoty would ever be nu able and powerful through a great revolution. in politics contains anything worthy 0 d poally of the Republican party. of a man?" litical issues are passing away into Mr. Such however is the case. Of course such gigantic minds as their quiet graves, and new ones are those that put up the "gray'' matter Henry Watterson and the ablo edit- coming into being which we hope for tho aforesaid sheet are not respon- ors of that paper, arc now holding up willmuify the country nnd accord to sible. What is the difference in the as an object of public scorn, the ar- every man that equal justico to which Populist party now and the Populist ticles of bargain and sale, better the laws of nature and naturo'sgood party in 1893? "Vhy don't you cry know as fusion, now being entered entitles him. Great economic quesout now to elect some honorable men into, in the various counties of the tions aro being presented for adjustState, by and between the Populists to office, as you say, instead of the And into this ment and solution. poor, measly course you are pursuing? and Popocrata. active contest I have thrown myself It 13 plainly shown that neither of because I read and keep in right ot If the Populists were artful dodgers in 1893, what are they now, when they these two parties are actuated by the current issues, and a majority of hold to the same teachings that tbey honorable motives, nor by a love of my race don't do It, and when I atThe emolument Do you mean to call party or principles. did in 1893? tempt to set my race a right on an Ohio county ttupid and of office is what they want; the prime issue I am branded preacher and the people ol AH these object being to get into office, no filled .with hypocracy? by a Democratic paper, which Tho Cburf r Journal to things aro being investigated and the matter bow. represents a party who has always is not a Republican organ; it bo sure truth will be told. been an enemy to tho race and has is Democratic as strongly as in the never done anything lor the good of REPUBLICAN POPULIST3. days gone by. tho race except when they wero comBy Republican Populists we mean It has no love for tho Republican pelled to do In aubeervance of their those who were once Republicans, part'. But wjicn it comes to making own good. but who are now Populists, and aro tho offices of the State a matter of Now as to what the Herald man being deliveiod by the Populist party bargain and eale it protests loudly said about publishing my article. I into the free silver wing of tho Demoand strongly. can say fearless ot successful contraWe cratic party, body and breeches. The Cturitr calls attention to the diction that thero was nothing said have a word a friendly word to proceedings of tho Populists aud about eliminating ' misstatements or in Grayson and Breckenridge say to these people. f, untruths, nor curtailing it Tho Populist party was organized comities, In these two counties, as and I will bo frank enough to say on tho idea that the two "old parties in other counties, the Pppulista get that thero was nothing said about wero corrupt and wcro no longer cap the offico of Representative. Tho two sticks. But if I had have (aid 1 able of giving us a clean, efficient ofilco of Representative tho on'y is sold a peck of corn and the Herald ..Every effort was political one to be filled by county government." had said it was a fourth ot a bushel made to show to voters that tho Re- elections, because the Representatives would have entered against It, beparties of the counties are called upon to I publican and Democratic cause it would have only been n difto the core. elect a U. S Senator. wero corrupt and rotten of expression and not In A largo quantity of ink was recklessThis shows plainly that no heed Is ference quantity. He requested that tho 'e aud long paid to principle ly expended to this end, The time bonoied be curtailed to two pages, which winded orators screamed and hollowed foundation stones ot tho Democratio He said was equal to two sticks. about it on the stump. Bearing these parly have been torn from their also tho reason ho would not publish facts in mind, those Populists who places, aud there is nothing left for because it contained too wero conscientious in their views, tho party to rest upon, It is now the article was strcncously objected lo fusion with built upou saud and this parable in many glaring untruths and misstatements'. If ho had havo pointed out either of the old parties which they holy writ concerning tho man who bad condemned, and urged that it built a house upon sand, will .apply the untruths and misstatements I could nrguo tho question with him, was the duty of good Populists to keep to the free silver wing of the Demobut oa ho failed to do that, feel by it y. middle of the road. in the cratic party of as though a mule bad kicked but bad The advice of those Populists who P. A. Gary. hit nothing, "BOS3ISM." wero true to their party, rejecting all ' nm About 45 voters divided between oflersof fusion, has been rejected and Stop diugging yourself with quack The party is tbo freo sliver Democratic parly and nostrums or "cntes." Get a well trampled under foot. now in the bauds of politicians and the Peoples Party ot Ohio county known pharmaceutical remedy that tricksters who aro willing to barter havo taken It upon themselves to dicwill do the work. Catarrh and Cold tate exactly what the other 2, GOO vot- in 'the head will npt cause suffering if away all tho principles tlioy over ers of their respective parties shall do Ely's Cream Balm js used. --.Druggist for the sake ot office. candidates will supply toe. trial slz or 50c full of in regard to nominating This if not all; tho organization This size. We mail it. the Bopuliellat party is being destroy, for the varloua cuuuty olficoa. ELY DUOS., 56 Warren St., N. Y ed and tho wholo outfit Is gradually presumption upon their part seems to Rev John Reld.Jr. of Great Falls,, being grafted Into the silver wing of us to be the grandest display u( the Deniocratlo party. Wo ask those "Bowism" over perpetrated or over Mou. recommended Ely's Cream Balm lo me. I can emphasize Ills Populists who prefer the'Republican proposed to be perpetrated upon an statement, 'It is a positive cure for clasj of citlzsns. to the Democratio party to consider intelligent catarrh is used as dlrected."-UeWill our voters allow themselves Francis W, Poole. Pastor Central this matter. Why should a Populist Pies. Church, Helena, Mont. vote for a Democrat rather than n Re- to bo pulled and bossed around and dictated to as Is now proposed by publican? I.lntlley-tahlfIt h truo that tboso Populist who tbeso "wire pulling office seeking, Mr. Nat Llndley and: Miss Maggie aro out for ofllco merely, will vote would be hossai?" To explain, tbey Ashley were inirrled at the home of for Democrats on the idea that "I'll say to men of the free silver Demothe brides parents, Mr.'.nnd Mrs.W.T. tlcklo you if vou'H tickle mo." But cratio party you shall not become a Ashley, near Roekpprt yesterday it is to those Poptilis'a who havo tbo candidate for County Judge, Hberifl, evening. These are two of the most good of their country lit heart, thnt Asssor or Coroner as wo will not popular young people ol Ohio county manhood' we appeal. Assort yu Refute to be driven around like cit iiorniiiHto any candidates for thoo and have many frlends who join in oiflces this year, m we havo sold both wishing them n long and happy life. tit! Vote pur wutimeut. Senator Juo. P. Balyer, of Morgan county, member ol the Kentucky Senate died at bis home Sunday morning. y, - 11 Repres-nnfa'iv- gum-elast- ic g un-tr- Mr L S Ttuman turned looe 45 los for Uvnnsvllle last Sunday aud alttr one day's run was obliged to tie up for five days owing to the high watsr. The high water has washed under a false tier nt the south end ol the bridge at this plice, though it is not seriously In luted; crossing Is prevent ed until repairs nrc made. Roads arc washed so badly thaT it is almost impossible to travel over thctn with a wagon or bungy. It will taite wotic almost beyond estimation to put them in order again Mr. Clulle Catter'a little girl died The Friday night ol scarlet lever. remains were lutcrred in the family buiylng grounds Stturdty nlternoon. Mrs. Hiram Powers, who has been very low ol pneumonia, is now able to be out again.. Ford & Bond, the stock traders In this part, still heap up their business. Milch cows are worth from $10 to $40 and horses can hardly be given away. JtAUAX. Hogs nrc going up. but owing to the Editor Republican: I noticed In cholera being so prevalent some time last week's Issue ofthe Rkpuulican ago peoole shipped every thing posan aiticle from We&tetfield, Ky., sible and are not prepared lor the signed "K. H. M." In regard to the rise in the market. John Jay. fusion deal gotten up by the DemoAN0TH8R CORnKSrONDBNT. cratic and Populists committees ot News is scarce, rain nnd mud plenOhio county. I have never been con- tiful. The approach to the bridge at matter and I want It this place has giveu way, so crossing sulted on the distinctly understood that I am a is stopped for .1 while Populist, but formerly voted the Next Saturday ends the contest for Democratic ticket, nnd I wish to say the Republican nomination tor Magfuthermore that I do not propose to be istrate in this, the Fordsvllle Migls-tcritraded off like I was a dumb beast, district. Four contestants:' and before I will vote any lusion deal Messrs Graham, Doling, Pollard and will stay nt home or else I will go Clmncclor I and every Republican fn tltr11n anrt vntf. th RnnMimn should turn out and select the best ticket. It Is surprising to me that man to down T . A. Evour ropuusis paper wouia go into ans, which will be done if we get such a wholesale trade of principles the right man. as It has. When we lelt the DemoBorn to the wife of II. P. Foreman cratic patty It was corrupt and it is n the loth, a girl. the same patty now that it was then, Death Is brotd in our land at and I cannot see how nny Populist o'clock a. m the 13th it claimed4:25 for can vote that ticket. I agree with its victim Altha, the should profit bv "K. H. M." that we daughter of Charlie and Liura D. past experience with the Democrats Caitcr, after nn illness of several days nnd should shun them and go it of scarlet fever. On the 14th her realone, even if we lose. Oar princimains were conveyed to the Smith ples are at stake and by going it burying ground and laid to rest. alone we will not have to compromise Louis XIV our principles and then be defeated. Populists In the county should Every I.ork ilie Door attend the County Convention and Before the horse is stolen. Purify, nominate a full ticket for county of- enrich and vitalize your blood and fices, If not I will do all I can to defeat build up jour physical system before disease attacks jou nrd serious sickthe fusion deal. J. II. ness comes. Itood'sSarsaparllla wjll make you strong and vigorous and Won til n't I'nue Willi l'ipnlll. Owensboro, Ky., March 16. The will expel from jour blood all impurDemocratic Pritnaty Committee met ities nnd germs of ill teste. Take and ordered the primary election to Hood's Sarsflpsri'Iu now. held May I, and adopted the followHood's PHI are the favorite family ing resolution: cathartic. Esy to tale, gentle, "Resolved, That all persons who mild. 25 cents. have attained their majority before the next November election, and all known Democrats, nnd all other per. . sons who voted for W. J.Bryan at the has Through Passenger Trains and last November election, who will sup-po- Fast Efficient Double Daily Service the nominees'at the next Novem- from Cincinnati and Louisville to ber election, shall be entitled to vote & jVew in the primary " In connection with the B St O S W. This Is the same call, with slight to Louisville, reaching direct or makfor principal changes, as the Judicial Cornmttue ing close connections points made. The committee Is now in seSOUTH & WEST cret session. public conference ot the on its own nnd connecting lines, inIn the joint cluding Vicksburg and Jackiou, lvo committees, Populist and Demo Miss , BatonRouge and Natchez, La , crats, there was a hinh old tune, with Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark , much yelling and intense exeiti ment Waco, Fort Worth. Dallas, Houston and interest The meeting adjourned and San Antonio, Tex , and points on with the Democrats refusing or agree- the Pac'fic Coast. It also has through ing to the Populist scheme, amid passenger traius and fast efficient great applause. The Pops, it is said, double daily ser ice from New Or will now try to fuse with sound mon- le ins, Jackson, Memphis and points ey Democrats or Republicans. South aud West on its own and connecting lines to March, April, May. Almost every one has come to believe that March, April and May is n season that brings derangements of the body dependent 011 blood Impurities. This bell el is nn old one, is neatly unlvcral, nnd litis nriseu, not ns the result of the teachings ol the medical fraternity, but has been learned In the bitter school of experience. Depression of tho nervous system at the approach of spring U a fertile source of blood Impurities, general lassitude, dull, heavy sena- tlons. contlnuit tired feelings, with irregular appetite, and sometimes loss of sleep. j Pe ru na meets every Indication nnd proves itself to be perfectly ndaptedtoall tfrelr varied peculiarities. Pe tu na Invigorates the system, rejuvenates the feelings, restores the normal appetite, and procure reg- ular sleep. That tired feeling which is the natural result of the depressing egect of warm weather Immediately after thclnvlgoratlng cold of winter, quickly disappears when Pe ru na is taken. Thousands are daily" testifying to Its priceless benefit: All who desire Dr. Hartraan's latest book on this interesting subject can obtain one for a short time free by addressing The Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, O ' na NAKIIOUN. this locality Is progressing slowly owing to tin continued henvy rains But my few oats nr Many haVft plant beds to sowed. burn and much other work that should have been completcd-som- e time ago. Rough river was htplter at this point than it has bean for several In Farming Made end Merit Maintains thocontldcnoe BaresparllU. 1 1 a ol tho people In Hood's cures you when slckj Hit roskes medlolne wondetlul cures etcry where, then beyond mcdlolnepoBSCssc merit. .llquMtlon SVIerit tht la yetrs. siw ' Tht Juit the truth about Ilood'i Wo know it possesses msrll boesuM It cures, not onco or twloo or hundred Umc. but In thousands and know enrol, thoumnds ot cawi. Wt when It Others 11 buolutely, permincntly, any good whatever. Wo repeat to do Made Sarsaparilia Ui8 r Hoods Hthebct-latct- HOOU S PHIS One True Illood rurlfler. cure nausea, IndlfeiUon, LlDousncu. SSctnU. "Look Horo Good Pooplol" Our buyer, Mr. Jones, is now In St. Louis buying a largo stock of general morchaudiao Including everything kept in a gsueral storo. wo buy with six largo cajh stores and get tho vory b'lttom prices Wo now have in stock a big lot of rnssand oloverwed, also the celebrated Oliver chillrn plows and re. pairs for sains. MORHll! AD. JOKKS & Co. - . Centretovwi, Ky, Fob. 3, 1807. .Mnllrr. al three-year-ql- All patties indebted to the estate of Dr. J. It Pendleton, deceased, by note, account, or otherwise, ore hereby notified to call on me and make the best settlement they can. It vlll be impossible for me to call on all patties indebted to the estate in per son, nnd unless this notice Is heeded within a tcasotiable time I shall be compelled, In the discharge of my duties as executor of Dr Pendleton's ol tate, to place his claims In the hands of nn officer for collection in order to settle said estate within the time reW. B. Rbndhm, quired by law. Executor of J. It Pendleton, dee'd. At the office of Taylor & McIIeniy. 29 Slihj- K tf OASTOIUA. nam Crutut The Best Solve in the wotld for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, PeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Itruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give pcrfectsatlsfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Williams &. Bell. 13. 1 yr. llilrMru'a trnlMMiltr, &l Trade-Mar- is -- V Illinois (Jen. tt Memphis JCimu, tad ofctilaxl ud all Pit- - m . .. fit rmuna nuiliftM ounorncKiaOMoviTu. a.PATtMTOrriec ju4 cad tri urt puat u km tin lout uom VhirvS ,1 AAA twt Orleans tiCXL remott inm Muhlnttoa. Sct4 modtL dm ag er pVrx, Hfa dcrfp- Wsl UTiM. If MlfttUhll rw mat. It wJ . L. On fa ka! An till A ' P4MMWT."HoOMlarlu,"wKli . La If w t . bma I ya vK MiSStUMI V M SUM a WTflCq COWKIMt iC.A.SLMOW&CO. ... a T IVJI"" nwAft-MW- .... .. v "' ""TOW, D. C VVM A Locai. Disease A CATARRH CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. To nnv person Interested In humane matters, or who loves animals, we will scud free, upon application, a copy of the "ALLIANCB," the organ ot this Society In addition to its Inga tensely Interesting leading. It list of the valuable and unu sual premiums givan by the paper. Address eon-tam- Sent Free! ' Affection cal Climatic Pop-ocra- ts one-hal- a lo remedy 01 change ol climntt will cure it Gel well know! a m Nothing but Mutlrs llepiibtlrnui. The Republicans of Fordsvllle Magisterial District are hereby called to meet at the various voting places In pharmaceutica1 temedy, said precinct at I o'clock p. 111. SatSolid vestibule trains through n 'ly't'rrnni buflet sleeping cats through free urday, March 20, 1897, to select it qu.cuv "" COLD N HEAD to the District Convention to reclining chair cars sorbed. Gives Keliel at once. Opens Particulars of our local railroad be held at Fordsvllle Saturday, aud cleanses the Nasal Passages. March 27, i97, at 3 o'clock p. m, to agent. Allays Inflim mation. Heales and ticket nominate a candidate for Magistrate Restores the S G Hatch, Dlv. Pass. Agent, CinProtects the Membrane. W. S. Gains, Ch'm'n. tl Senses of Taste and Smell. No Co cinnati. No Injurious Jno A Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, No Merruiy, caine. Memphis, Who Ulnk drug. Full Size 50c: Trial Size 10c. Wanted-- An Idea of himJ fbnpW IblBtflopatontr' or bv mall at Diuggists A. II Hanson, o r a , Chicago QTUfwi tbrr tnky bites- you woaltA, Protect JOHN Wl ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. W A Kbixond, a o p a , Louisville WMbinttou, U Wo lblr dji Uft of tno lmailri TtDllOU l.8u) priw orT and HUM. u' Boston, New Yrk, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Richmond. pull-ma- Prl CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS making direct connections with through trains for all points Thk Natiovan Humank Aiuanck, 410 4tiUnlted Chanties Rullding.N Y 7 8t NORTH & EAST including St Louis, Chicago, BufUlo, Pilthburg, Cleveland, ", "-,- ' Li ca -- HAVE OPENED THEIR ed 1 f v. r. , ifcTe-w- j arsunTfaEi ZLxnriE cxx3.F'iroria.33ot'xrQyXct33a.. N j - - A fine new OMNIBUS will meet all day trains at Beaver Dam. All ordow promptly attended to. guarantees a comlnrfnl lit ride. UtmScrjati, jri, oirner Mtrk-Hnu- Left a lif An e'gant vehicle nnd good hows rrd-at Fie d's L'very I ttblu, r I B. y k riaiWiii4. i(4 9i , flghest Honors The Davies County Confederate New Neck ware at CanwtifrCo'B. Association held its regular quarterly I.jt8 of ii?w ulioei at Cattffty& Co's. meeting yesteiday alteration at the fc New llotM lor mm nt Carson's & couithouse, the ptincipit buslnew CoV transacted being the adoption ot resI ThePloailugStudlols at South Car- olutions in memoriam on the late Dr. J It Pendleton, of Unit ford, and Char1 rollton. . enles Elder, of this alty. Big bargains In underware at J. It. The resolutions in each instance Fogle &(ys. were somewhat long, and paid touchD. M. Ffcrfy'a standard garden seeds ing tributos to the mem iry of the dead veterans. nt Pate U06. The resolutions on Dr Pendleton's If you eetin neW Machine see Car death were ns follows: C5 i. son & The undersigned appointed by the ter $t. 00 nt J. B. MOST PERFECT MADE. 20 yards ajfirtl. Daviess County Confederate AssociaAbsolutely Fogle & O a tion to prepare resolutions touching A pure Gripe Cteam of TUr Powder. Pr; from AmmonlJ, Alum or any otheradulttrant. Celebrated for Its great leavening the death of Dr J. E Pendleton, reGood corsets for 35 cents 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. strength and hcalthfulness. Assures port that they feel their utter Inabilithe food ngnlnst alum and all forms of Fogle & Co's. ty to do justice to the life otid chanc- A HemiH-rHt,- , adulteration common to the cheap Oplnlmi ol I tie Viipit-lUtNew sbi 9 for men and women at Ohio Cun Tlilril. brands. RoYALBAKiNoPoWDnuCo., er of their dead comrade. Carson & o's. Trof J. C. Norwood, State inspecNbw York. C It Sugg, of Henderson, who Mr. John Edward Pendleton died in first-clas- s D. M. Fduy's standard garden tor of mines, will soon make his re- Hartford, Ky., on the 31st ofjanuaty subccrlbcs himtclf ".Member Stnte C. port for the past year. During that '897i aged sixty-si- x i Subscribe for Tub Rrpoducan. seeds at Pate Ijros'. years. He was C. P. P.' Compound Cathartic Popperiod there were mined in the state descended from Philip Pendleton, a ulists Pills, or whatever it may mean CM man & Co's. fine shoe at Mens' new lints at 00 cents will buy a'ladies of Kentucky, 3,128,818 tons ot coal. younger son, who came to Virginia writes to the daily Populist organ Carson & J. n. Fogle & Co'j. New Clothing for boys Of this amount Hopkins county rain- from the city of Norwich in England, in Owcnsdoro, nnd cites the unaniCo's ed 777,181 tons, or nearly See J. E. Fogle& Co's line ot emmity with which fusion was agreed more than two hundred years ago. the coal of the State. Whitley county YUarly Rose Beed potatoes nt broidery nnd laces. f He was born in Washington coun- - on in Henderson county. Tlmt it rained 422,837 tons. Ohio county I tV Kentucky.and graduated from the certainly news to the public. The Jfos. Big line of jeansjnnd overall pants was third, with 368,094 tons. Laurel University of Louisville in 1854, and representatives ol the Populist and For anything in the tonsoiial line at I. E. Fogle & fto's. fouttb, with 288,493 toils, and Muh- also from the Jefferson Medical Col- Democratic committees iu Henderson call on B. L Bullington. See J. E. Fogle & Co's line of per lenberg filth, with 25668 tons. lege, Philadelphia, ' practicing his county had. the manliness to submit , lioosier cottoityone yard wlde-bcals for shirt waist. Our coal interests are of vast impor- profession in Hartford until the com the question, by a divided vote, to the bolt 4c. yer yard. Call on E. L. Bullington for a good tance, hot only to us but to the whole mencement of the clval war, he then I the people, and both Populists and Cajjjon & Co. State. raised a company of Infantry and Democrats held precinct meetings, or shave or hair trim. . 4C Good calico New Dress goods, new umbrellas Vrmlilock on IiIn Return lo Mexico. joined the 6th 'Kentucky Infantry, rather, tried to hold ihem. In some and leathBring you chickohg, egijs . . sc and new Laces at Carson. &Co's. ' CoL Craddock, the veteran editor Confederate Army. Apron checked gingnms Soon made sur- precincts no meetings were held, aud - ;' . ers o Carson & Co. in others the Democrats voted almost . . 5C of the Palis Kcntuckian, says of his geon of the regiment and then Dress style Ginghams Wide Hoosier cotton I yard 4c. 20 yarddress gingham for $1 at J. recent trip to Mexico in company . .8c by he served as such until Solidly against fusion. There was so . . . . . Finest grade ginghams the bolt onlyit Carson & Co's, E. Fogle Co's ,' witht'ae National Jouraalists: appointed on Gen Breckinridge's little unanimity of sentiment about . . sc . Good shirting ; , Co. will treat you H. I'atton J. "When the bill of fair on our train staff, with whom he remained until the matter, and so much dissension, See J. E. Fogle1 & Co Hue of wash . . . 5c Heavy domestic and your hors.g right. Call on them. good in corded on lace efiect. was handed around after crossing into after the battle of Stune River. Theu that committeemen openly protested . . . Sc and declined to act, and only a small bed ticking ' Remember we do the very best Job domestic for Mexico, we were shocked at prices Chief Surgeon of Maj Gen Martin's 20 yards . . IOC until we realized that it doubled iu Division of Gen Wheeler's Corps, he percentage of the people took part in G iod cotton jeans lowest living prices ji.oont J. E. Fogle& Co's. printing at the It is said that many price because of money being wroth was with it in every battle until the the proceedings. . . 15c Turkey red table linen umbrellas We have n big A nice line ot fties and negligee half of ours. Think of 30 cents for close of the war. Returning home, Democrats and Populists will decline . . 15c now is a good time to Buy. & Co's. Beit white cat pet chain shirts atT Henderson county under two eggs, which only cost in United he was met with a universal welcome to vote-I- n Cakvoh & Co. . . 17c Bjit colored carpet chain Good double fror!t,bveralls for 48 States same as in Mexico. It's strange Republicans vying with Democrats the fusion arrangements, nnd altoDon't torget that we buy chickens, cents at J. E Fogle1 & Co's. . . . SC that eggs which cost one cent and In testifying their respect and esteem. gether the political situation there, Lidles black hose . i, hams and feathers at Carson & only a quarter of a cent to boll, should From that time until his last illness like that in McLean county, is said to 7fc L idles heavy gray hose See J. E. Fogle &jbo's line of shoes command fifteen cents or thirty cents he was extensively engaged in his be In a decidedly chaotic state. 39C , Good corseM and slippers before buying. when cooked. Said a lady; 'These practice gaining a reputation for skill Owensboro Inquirer. Mrs Mrs, F. W. Yeiser is in .. . 48c Gwd double front overalls You can buy a sujt for your boy for eggs I have bard boiled in my valise and ability that extended far beyond BniHlrliir-MIr- . . . 5c Vaught's boarding house and is pre' 65 ceqts at J. E. Fpglc & Co'a. cost less than one cent each,' still the borders of Kentucky. heavy box Mns Wednesday evening at 3 o'clock at pared to entertain the public. Courts . . .SC The celebrated Dr. Yandell is quot- the home Ladles finchandkerchiefa We will close out winterUnderwear most of the ladles preferred adding to of the bride's parents, Mr. boarders solicited. their lunch basket from the restau- ed as saying that If he had an ex- and Mrs. Robt. Liles, of near Rosine, . . 5c . ' at 251 per cent discount, Great big bordered handkerchjels Collins, Carson & Co's orMiss Sara ceedingly difficult surgical operation Mr, F. Leonard rant on cars to paying $1 for the . . 10c Carson & Co. Sandefur was united Ladles belts Wato perform there was no man west of in the holy stands. popular milliner, has returned from meals bonds of matrimony to , . 25c Thi cheapest and best line of cloth-Ohi- o dinary cents, at eating Mexican) for the Mens good shirts . ter, 10 Cincinnati where she purchased a whom he Miss (20 cents Alleghany mountains Jennie B. Liles, Rev. O. M.Wil. . 650 handsome line of mill(nery goods. IngiA connty at J. E. Fogle & coffee, or 30 cents sbup. They were would prefer as an assistant to Dr. Boys suits son performing the ceremony. Both Co's.' . $200 not as bad in the soup as the Pendleton. Youths suits long pants If youXotvt your horse taken care the young people are very popular iu set by the Chinese at dinFortune had dealt with a lavish their neighborhood and Mr. Sandefur . . 50c of call aS Henry Fields & Co. They Bethel,,of Henderson, was Mens all wool pants Df. J.T. . $4 00 wlllgite him the best treatment. thed uest of Mr. R. M. Walkerjs fam- - ner stands, which had become cold hand her choicest gift to him. To a is well known over the county havMens all wool suits After strong intellect, to a thirst for knowby our train being delayed. uesday night. ing made the race for the Republican Bot- - Dont forget the place, on Williams paying for supper, a dollar, I came ledge never satisfied, to stainless nomination for Circuit Court Clerk Rein ember that you have a bran back into the car to pay 20 cents for honor and dauntless courage, was and was only defeated by a few votes. Henry Ifleld & Co. have the nicest new 1 tocloto select from at J. E. Fog- - a glass of milk, as that at the meal added the most attractive manners and He is a progressive teacher of the livery stalls' in Ohio county and are le&poaf After crossing a person so striking that an old sol stand was sour. ' county and stands high in his profesprepard to lake care of your horses. for dier said that on the battle field of stopped we A big line of Ladles, Misses and Into Mexico Monday when you children shoes and slippers at J. E. breakfast, and there was such a rush Murfreesboro John E Pendleton was sion. His bride is a winsome young Give tbeuy n call lady, possessing all the traits of tiue come to cojurt. Fogle &JCo' for the regular stand that I called at the handsomest man his eyes ever womanhood and will make a noble a number of beheld. where of Rev. Jo. B. Rogers preached two wife for the excellent young man of J. E Fdgle& Co's are headquar a restaurant In my The wonder was often expressed her choice. interesting sermons at the Baptist ters for ariy thing In dry goods, cloths bright ladles were waiters. The Rrpoducan joins best Spanish I told them that I was that he confined his unsurpassed in with their many friends in wishAt the close of his ing. hatsT cars, notloas, etc Church Sunday. an American soldier in the City of talents to so narrow an arena, when discourse Sunday night the ordinance Take you feathers, eggs, etc. to J. Mexico nearly fifty years ago, and in a greater one wealth and national ing for them a long and happy life. of baptism was administered to Col. E. Fogle si Co's they will sell you J. S. R. Wedding. There was a large goods cheaper than any 'other house was an old bachelor true to a Mexi- fame had Inevitably been his reward. Resolved, That this Association can senorita, who had sent me word crowd in attendance. I in the county.' rTHE FARM, FIELD AND PRESIDE COLONY. I could have hergrauddaughter. This cherishes with melancholy pride memt According to the Postmaste- GenRemember that Ae buy butter, pleased the ladies so they tried to be ory of onrdead comrade who posA happy, prosperous community in all postmasters will eral's tullng that chidcerfa, "ibacon and especially courteous iu giving' me an sessed in so eminent a degree all the the most delightful part oi the State. to hold their office four eggs, hams, lout July we arc still headquarters lor all be allowed qualities that attract the good and bend lorcopy of Nolwitbttamllug our burnt-ou- t all kinds of country extra meal." years, there will be a change in the laid; in facj The CovNiirliir,FI the brave. the highkinds of produce for which we I m m Hartford postoffice early next month, o!l alnnUnrtl the Nnlest. Resolved, That we tender to his Bros. Another has been added to the gold Bottom Out. as Mr.Gnlun was appointed tue intra est market prices. Below we give a few of our many standard nations of the world, Japan family our slncerest and most respectof April 1893, for four years. Dr. J. II. Boyet will begin a series Brokers. Riding has just decided to drop silver and ful sympathy, and that the Secretaty bargains. of Steel and Chilled Plows. ltotli Walking and JJest quality Dr. V S. Williams returned last ol meetings at the Baptist Church gold standard. From time be directed to forward them a copy, 1000 yds. good callco(short length c Dr. Boyet Is adopt the Planters, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and week from Baltimore, Md., where he next Monday night. Corn Drill, Chcck-roimmemorial silver has been the stand- of these proceedings. " 1000 yds. above he had been attending Dental Col-- , very pleasantly remembered by Hartbarbed. All C. N. Pendleton, of without tongues, Dio Harrows, Fencing Wire plain and ard money of Japan as it is Com. 4 c 2500 yds. best calico, Joe. Haycraft, repairing lege for the past five months. This ford people, having conducted a sue China, but after October next the .guaranteed to bo of the best quality. First-clas- s c Hoosier factory cotton (any length) second term in school cessful revival at this place, a tew is the Doctor's M1IICVE. g standard will be gold and the ratio Good Bleached a specialty, nlso a full lino of 4 c promptly. greeti,t all kinds dono and he was quite successful in 'the ex- years ago. He will no doubt be Miss Dicie Beutler, of Now York, Hope " 6 c fixed betweeu gold and silver is 32 M " will find us at our old aminations. He will remain in Halt-for- d ed by large audiences each night. fcrllluers for oats, corn, tobacco and wheat. You has been visiting her father, Mr.Allon Best Cheviot Shirting, commercial ratio. to 1, about the 6tfc. until about the first of next The following named persons have Thin conclusion has been reached pur Dalton. for the past two weeks. She Best Fancy Table Oil Cloth stand on First and Railroad St. Como In and seo us. J7tfc month, at which time be will go be- paid their subscription to Tnn Re suant to action of Parliament taken hasbeon absent for three years in Tobacco Cotton, fore the State Board of Examiners publican since our last issue: four years ago. A commission 01 15 her eastern home and was gladly wel- Best White Carper Chain 15 c ana will then seek a location until he J. D. Render, Morgantown; Anthony BFA.VER DAM, KY. bankers, and comed by her many friends. " "Colored eminent statesmen, 17 school probably this fall. returns to Walker, J. E. Fogle, S S. May, Dr. professors was appointed to make a ae 5 Mr. Alva Johnson,' of Reynolds, All our Checked Ginghams . VEIIAI.VO. Hartford; Isaac study of the question and report their has entered sbool hero. Below we nkfe you a few of our W. S. Williams, Good fancy Dress Gingham3, We are looking dor a new lot of 5 and Miss No" 8,lort ,engUl8 of Mr. Silas Brown Daniel, Wester'field; L. T. Barnard, conclusions on the following three t0 sell at many bargains: " India Linen, 5 Miss Maggie Tanner, of Hopowell 35c Beaver Dam; Dr. S. J. Wedding, filling Cashmere, 10 5 caii3 peas for c at Carson & Cf auctions: First, the causes and ef neighborhood, has also matriculated 'S ..... onue s uorac iuuisuuj. 25c" Sulphur Springs; Dr. W. P. Wester-fielS cans corn for 20 fects of the recent change in ratio be- in Mr. L. W. Godtey's select school. Silk fiinish Henrietta, only Is a nice young man and well respect-e- l Rochester; S, W. Rowe, 5c Wantkdv Good white girl to do 2 pounds soda for . . '. Mens' Good Work Pants, " 45 tween gold and silver. Second, the Fords-vill- e Mr. W. W. Whalen went to by all who know him and his bride lighthouse work for small family. 15 cakes soap for . . . . 25c Childs' " Suits, 75c and $1.00 eflects of the change on Japan. Third, Saturday. is a fair young lady, wejl worthy the Address "C." care Tun RaronuCAN, pounds green dofiee for . . . fi 00 " only $4.00 change necessitated thq Mens' " 7 It is now an assured fact that we whether such During the absooce of Mr. P. A. Step Stoves, Complete " one of her choice. 6 Its xxxx and Arbuckle coOee , I 00 $625 reform of the currency ofJapan, and, will have another boat iu Rough rivRev. W. H.Jenkins preached here When vou come to Circuit Court new standard Moxloy on March 1, burglars entered 2 Spools O. N. T. Thread for Pate Bros , Hartford. 5 er in a ahott time and the subscript if so, to determine what his storo and divested him of about Ladies Good Fast Black Hose Thursday night. have your stock cared for by J. H. 5 a long of currency should be adopted aud Hon has been completed for The dollars in cash. twenty-fiv- e J. O. Klmbley vilitel friends in Patton8t Co., successors to Field & Ilnvlrmi County Iliiptlat Aoclnllon. ' Vests, " sand ro to connect at how it should be done. Aftr r an ex Is the program ot the distant telephone The following Muhlenberg county Thursday. Holbr&)k. XXXX and Arblckle Coffee is hnustlve study of the subject covering boldness ot the enterprise was particministers' and deacons' meeting, to be Owensbqro. Hartford is now putting ing four years or thereabout, the com. ularly noticeable as it occurred at 2 Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for Jr. 00 Mr.'J. T. Rowe, Centeitown, was pair, W. Ktmmel SunGood Trace Chains, with the BaptUt church nt ou metropolitan airs and, the! next held 25 the guest of Mr. D. aud ac- o'clock in the afternoon iu easy view I.out, NtrnyrilorNlolen 11 thing to happen will be a railroad mission has made its repot t Recleaned CloverSced, $4,25 day. One Jeisey milch cow, 7 years old, Whltesvlllc, Ky., beginning on TuesTwo young tion has been taken as stated. The cf fouK dwelling houses ' toEv. brown on sides and back, has short day after the second Sunday in April, 1 uuning into our midst. There will & Mr. L. P. Downs will are so few and unim men were seen lurking about and be two new brick business houses silver countries FLBA8ANT RlUGR, KY. onsvllle this week with eight ratts. horns, long, heavy tall, unmasked, 1897: portant as to render it the height of also making mischievous pretentions. Mur,nDRivim. Sermon for Criticism J. B. Rogers; erected iu the early spring, in good condition low, heavy-set- , folly for any country to return to the Circumstantial evidence was so strong county Democrats will silver standard without conceited ac Hancock She left home ou A. B. Smith, Alternate. when last seen. that they were arrested and brought "GREATEST ON EARTH." Demonstrate that the organization have no chance to put their cross-ma- rk the 1 6th of last month and when last tion of the nations with which its b'efore Esqr. Bowling March 9th, but Dr. iaUe' HeortlTO Nervine. under the rooster. The fusion. commerce is carried on. The action tin seen was in Beaver Dam. Auyone nnd government of Baptists are acowing to a trifling error in tho writ iTtir In Mr. B.T Caldwell. U Presiby Geo. cording to the.Apotollc model J- - T Ists have taken down the Vtlffll. finding her will be rewarded ot Congress in empowering the tbe case was dismissed to tho surprise tho Vint National Bank of Fulton, Ky. Democratic emblem, and substi33tf Barrow, J. N. Jamagln. W. Thompson. Beaver Dam. My nerroe dent to appoint a commission to act ot all those who desired the clearage "I waa completely run down. The "Higher Criticise'' as applied tuted another device. Owensboro in concert wlthlike commissions from became BO unstruni through tone of alcep ' Tim I'roitlftnt IIMnrnr. euro 1 would I of the mattor and the punishment of and worry thatup felt position. I would lie to the Scrlptues Pred D. Hale, E. Inquirer. my Young Foster Upward, who lelt the principal nations of Europe in an its perpetrators, t ,if awake alfclght loue. and It took but little ! t mi H.' Maddox. home to sec the wor'd the first of last The editor of one of our esteemed effort to effect an agreement by which convention Sinco the Republican Has the Romish Church ever been week.' saw all he wanted without gosays he stepped into the restoration ol silver to its former the Potomac" a true Churchof Christ? R. T, Btuns contemporaries ing faithcr than Henderson, and reposition may be safely eflected, and "all is quiet along the store of a business man wno did er, L. C, Tfchenor. restless pacing turned home yesterday morning surprfscfl to the expressed acquiescence of the save now and then the Systematic Giving J. II. Parrisb, not advertise, and was The Henderson papers yesterday President in the movement gives hope "up and down" ol a Domocratio senfind him busy. The storekeeper had C. W. Gordon. routed and terrircare had great big Waterbury watch, that something in that direction uiay tinel, seeking his Needs of the Young Preacher W. the itch; likewise a FosThot an earliest fied partisans, led W, J. B to the heads and column accounts of be accomplished. himand when he was not scratching P. Bennetc, Jo. B Rogers When a horse Is poor In flesh, Waterloo catastropho last Novomber. efiort will be made we may rest ter's troubles over $1.25 boaid bill, watch. . Should the Lord's Day or the Jew- self he was winding his a new harness won't give him on bond. Senator Wolcott, Just return- The Republicans havn't tho leat to and his arrest aud release strength. If a house is cold ish Sabbath be observed as a day of The matter was given a very much Dr. J. S. Coleman is 70 years old. ed from his European trip, Is of the fear when their ticket is made up of new- - furniture won't warm it. rest and Religious Worship? J. S. He has been in the ministry 44 years, opiulon that the prospect is good lot tinge than the tacts more sensational such men as the matchless M. 8. strength U easily exIf your Coleman, L P. Drake. Ileav-rln- , justified, and it did not take long for has baptlred 4,712 persons, organized such an agreement. By this means Ragland, Fon Rogers, M. hausted; work a burden; Baptist Churehes In ihelr OriAre a Mr. Kinch Howard, Porter's father, nerves weak; digestion poor; 43 churches, aided lu ordaining 44 free coinage of silver may become Sam A. Anderson, G. D. Royal, gin, Organization, History, Practice to straighten things out when hp murlirra nnd dedicated 6l houses oi sale and desitable measure. Without Ac, aud they are opposed by ao muscles soft; If you are pale and Doctiine, entitled to be recog and worn out, the trouble is Teachel Henderson. worship. He has always lived jn the Paducah Sun. adulterated acrimonious compound nized at) the only true Churches of bly prove disastrous. with the blood. It Is not so He brought his son home yesterday Green River section aud took charge U. T. OiunEU. of fractions, frivolous Detuocrats.Ac. Christ? W. II. Dawson, A. O. Davis. blood as much IMPURE morning. l'OINT 1'l.tANANT. of his present putorate is 1806. upeo taa Flavius to.htVemo ray btulnesa Icouldno - ppj"r a I eUould. What is Biblical Family GovernPOOR blood. Pills won't attend to Is a blight boy, and his Mr. W. F. Condict is on the sick Foster Baptist Recorder. connection with till I bad lleo- tnhU. make this blood rich; nor will ment? I. T. Casebier, T. M. Mortou. itomacn, sod nalna HIloollllK nt Fordnvllle. beavlneu about the body. Xwanabomuehlp Wandeiing Willie expe'lense has list. different parts of my bitters, nor Iron tonics, any The Scriptural Law of Divorce B. Fordsville, March 13 This mow reduced In Ueah. I waa perauaded to try Hjce and Sherman Coudlct left doubtless doie him a world of good Humors, pimples, bolls, are very more than a new harness will II. Maddox. B V. Jenkins. Ing about g.y o'clock. Capt. J. W. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. on a raft for Evansville. Qwensboro Inquirer. strength to the horse, or annoying. They quickly disappear Monday five Review the progress ol modern I Ant procured a. trial bottle from a local Mr. John Cox, of McLiau county, Farrell andThos. II. Osborn had a orugglHandRCKHlrMultaqulcklyfollowed.I by Hood's will make a new furniture when the blocd is purified Missions, ami date their present quarrell at Matthews' drug store, on iheuprocuredadollarbotUe.anabythetlaie 1 If you.afeowingus on subscription has recently moved into our midst. ' house warm. For poor blood up I waa a different man. W. Coakley, .W, H. Bell. Sarsaparllla. we will appreciate it if you will drop East Main street, which ended by ihadutedthU third bottle and atuableto .mnnwnn m E L. Mycrr, Esqr., of Render, you want something that will and eat renulatly, eomethlnf ball eleep not poMlbly do twfoto takliic Tour Osborne shooting at Farrell, the in and pay up make rich blood. his father's fatally last week. I cou We give you DBAn Bkutiibkn; JfifTirM. tamnowAdivrwM'nvd.andaoiiot 'i , SCOTT'S EMULSION of Mr. Elmer Brown and Miss Belle going through the lapels of Farrell'B bulla te onounce i'f wue wraww". this timely notice of the meeting of Cod-livmuMft nervine on or(A." Oil with Hypophos-phltc- s Wbittlnghill were mauled at the. res- overcoat and lodging in the coat linthis time honored'body, praying you It T. OALDWKLL. Falton. Ky. Is the best remedy In the of Mr. Will Hardin's lost Sat- ing. They are both old soldiers aud idence to neither make conflicting arrange Dr. Mile Nerrlne U aold For Infanta and. Children. world for enriching the blood. JLtoniBvillo ComlienaSL In the habit of quarreling evety urday evening, Rev. Tom Morton are that the flnt bottle ments nor fall to be present at the apfor Savor 1ldrufsUUMllUatll.ttboi 7 hxvt prepared a book Ulllng you time they meet. Osbojne was arrest performing the ceremony. pointed time and place. more about btuHt. StntFrc. bs-fFMMUbVaJldni;gbtjat50c&$JX0. Messrs. James Hudso.t ami Lfe ed and put under bond to appear J. S C human, Mod. bownp, NwYk. scorr a Judge Key Tuesday, March 15th. Dr. Miles' Nervine U.C, Bennett recently visited us. V. EADPS. Sec'y. C New Clothing at Carson Stjlo'a. SPRING FAIR I 1tt ) Wish to say to thoir friends that their tire line of Spring Goods are in and ready No where in the county lor inspection. can you find a line & COMPANY EQUAL IN QUALITY PQWOiEi Pure y J . f Remember we crrry nothing but goods and can guarantee to our customers entire satisfaction in II 11 t illlfE Vi - JtoslNr:. Health In this community is very goo I. Tarnier are huw preparing for another crop Singing ot Mr John UT.ion'B FtK day night last, also one at Mrs. Camps Sunday night. Mr Vett Stewyard has Jmt recovs ered from a Very severe spell of sicks new. Dr. Linch attending. Mr. B. Reeks and wife nnd Mrs. Orr were the guest of Mr. John Goodwin's family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Spurgeon and Ckra Foster are on the sick list this week? Mrs. Daniel, of Olaton, taken the train at Roslne Monday lor Island Station to see her son. Mr. Willie Sanders has gone to Fvansvile on a rait of logs. Scat. 11 HetolilllniM on Hie llmtth nt renttlelon. lr. Avrardad Da World' Pair. CREAM MfflNG POWDIH n. gfyle, Quality- one-fout- Note Our Prices: AND PRI fits i Bt sea-isla- lott P i y mlsera-ble,tue- als ter selection, bigger stock, lower prices than any house in Ohio county. We want your egss, feathers, etc. gemple Don't fail to visit us this spring. llyt fashions. Attention Fanners. Farming Implements. Horse-shoein- mmammm. FloridaIFreeR.R.Faro py I.tb y 3c T.in,.. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, ""7 T" Z"J. Tr, n.n All-wo- ...... ... ." d, Cen-terto- st.. Jones Morehead, OASTOIUA. C i T i time-honore- d book-keep- er f i ,.. id Poo? Blood iifir? rd. I. U vis-ite- . The ;' Republican er CASTOR IA ' kx- - and mercial both one year for $1.25. s&zCafsasrsr. oie fofeftM $ II iffiffi IDE by torpid liter, whfch prareitts dlge. tten ml permits rood to ferment vut pulrltjr In the itomach. Then follow illuloeM, beacUchc II cted Biliousness 1 T IS CHANCE! . lniomln, nerrousnesi, and, M If nM retlercd, bilious fern BF"b fl blood polsonlnf. Hood'. T" g 1 or niU stlmutoH the itonuch, rouse the llrer, cure hd-eh- e, dirtiness, tta. 93 cents. Bold br nil ilnmliU. The only rub to take with lloodi SmspartU. ' Hood's Prolcelton t'tienptn Price. An Education. ) Ed man or woman, who will get us 25 new cash subscribers to the Republian and Louisville Weekly Commercial $1.25 Tor the two, for one year. We will give a To the young Fr ee 1 Scholarship BRYANT & STRAT-TOBusiness College at Louisville. This is one of the best Schools in the South. You can take any branch of study taught in the College as you may select. Go to work and get us 25 new paid up subscribers for the two papers and N To the I I You Can Get It! If you should get some names and fail to get 25 we will pay m 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 Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Business Cards, Note Heads, If you do, Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, & i Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Jack Bills. In fact everything thafyou want printed. All work first-clas- s and at lowest prices. for estim alee. Write or call found. Springs. The credit of the Government, the N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartintegrity of Its currency and the inviolability of its obligations must be ford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur preserved. The value of silver already coined Springs. FOR C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse and 01 that which may hereafter be Keeper, Hartford. EVEBY member of coined must be kept constantly at par JUSTICES COURTS. JJVEKY family on with gold by every resource at our A. 8. Aull March 3, June 1, SepEVERY farm, in command tember 1, December 1. JontB. Wilson March C. Jane 5. EVEItY village, in Reforms in the Civil Service must go on, but the changes should be real September 4. December 4. EVEUY State and Territory. 0. L. Woodward March and genuine, not perfunctory or Juno 11, September 10, December 12, 10. prompted by a zeal in behalf ol any FOBEduefttioit, Jab. A. Bowliq March 20, June party simply because it happens to be 19, September 18, December 18. FOR Noble Manhood, in power B. F. GitAVEs March 25, Juno FOR True Womanhood. It will be our aim to pursue a. firm 20, September 23, December, and dignified foreign policy, which IT gives all important new of tho Nation. Good Old Granny Metcalf now 83 An efficacious remedy for lung af- shall be just, impartial! ever watchful IT gives a important news of tho World. years old living at 1005 S. Fourth InIT gives the most reliable market reports. fections, throat disorders and all bron- of our national honor nnd always street, Paducab, Ky., still says that. IT gives brilliant and instructive editorials. chial troubles is found in Dr. Bell's sisting upon the enforcement, of the Pine-THoney is the best Dr. Bell's IT gives fascinating short storirs v This medicine has lawful rights of Americans everygrip care, cough, lnng and bronchial IT gives au unexcelled agricultuial department. made many marvelous cures and is where. remedy that has been sold during her It gives eolentilit and mechanical information. If Congress in its wisdom shall justly ranked among the most im IT gives illustrated fashion articles. life, For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & portant remedies of the age. For sale deem it expedient to create a commls Bro. IT gives humorous illustrations. slon to take under early consideration by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. IT gives entertainment to young and old. the revlsien of our coinage, banking IT gives tatisfaction everywhere to everybody. Four years from the peo- and currency laws, and give them We furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY ple, grown more than tired of an ads that exhaustive, careful and dlspas TRIUUNE, both papers hernando county, ministration in the interest of the lew sionatc examination that their imas against the many, will inaugurate' portance demands, I shall cordially Brooksvillb, Hbrnando, Hotbu From Presia free silver Democrat whose every concur in such action. Winter Health Resort. The place rra-aa-oo dent McKiuley's Inaugural Address. for any who are aflected with pulmo-d-eflort will be used In the interest of A llreea all orders to the nary, lung, throat or chest troubles. the masses. Then and not till then Write for booklet: also for list of valwill confidence be restored, prosperity SV!- tin uable lands and homes for settlers; isnt my will return and the country will bios-- , ttrutut 422U& niyitt. land growiug corn, tobacco, sugar DEELy- som as a rose. Hartford Herald. cane, oranges and all fruits, oats, e(c. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bea Remember Bu'llngton, the bather Property nt .remarkably low prices. Now this might sound well in a Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy olTHK J. Watkiss Lbb, cave or ont on the water. But or- Is the place to get your hair trimmed Address, NHW YORK WBBKLY TRIBUNR will be mailed to you. Brooltsville, Fla. dinarily, to a person of average in- up in nice style. telligence, it sounds tame Indeed. CD We may not be able to understand the 3- bases upon which thi3 seer and projwTrH" as phet figures, but If "Iree silver" !l3 (SI CD HODQENVILLE, KY. should have the edict, that free trade REaULATK THC has had on our country's business in O Offers exceptional advantages to young ladles and gentletfl STOMACH, UVER AND BOWELS F. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., general, for the past four yeaw, don't New o men desiring a comnletc education at small cost Si AND PUniFY THE BLOOD. you think that sirae blossom" would 531 Wost Markot Streot Bo Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Libia-ro BirJLNS TABCLEB mn tk ktat XaJI. Do wear a withered expression in Healthlul ! kBw tmt IadUtatta. HIUmmim. twnon 5th and 6tli, n nity, SupportsLocation, Refined and Intellectual CommuUtadaaa,ca,iiaatia, Mr. Henld about the cons you worry a Lecture Course m LlTarTraalta, UUilaraBaaCaaf alalia , ltyMfttaT. OffttulT JlraatL, aa4 all dl. dltlou of thini four vain hence. 3 SPBCIAL FACILITIES FOR PRRPARATION OF rdtra t ta Llir and IIwU. Rlpani TataUl eocUla noUilB Iniorlou to The present aJminlstratl in is golnjj ro Teachers Review and Noimal Tialnlng classas in cession the. mo delleata eonautcttoa. At platMat to -1 taka. aaf e,effBetaal, and iTa Inmaduta TtlUt to steer "old ship ol state ' so sue-- , at all times, besides six other exhaustive nnd complete lrloa M cvdU pr box. Kay ba ottfmd through neirnt druejUt, or If mall. Sample cessfnliy. for four years that she will ItaUlScaetJ We couit investivatlon, Addraaa course of study. Send for a f R. L. BAKRR THC HIKfllia CHEMICAL CO., i continue in the situs channel the , 19 8PRCCS 8TBZET, SZWTOaE CTTT. catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST educaAND p Clurks: t following four year3. Blizaoejhs t Ti o. BAKRR. 3 tion can be obtained for the LKAST MONRY. Address BTTB" BnfnrfTf11newwwwoaT1IH WPMIWrMTintTTBMPy ifl ffWBffpT,?My?wl'TrWWHiWI town Leader. II Iff all comtnunltions to Free-Trader- s 2-j. 1 or y ma mm Whon tho McKinley bill was pas sod, tho Tarid had not received a thorough revision for thirty years. Tho people were unprepared for tho radical changes which had been mado necessary by the changed conditions during thoso thirty years. Comparatively low of tho people in general realize yet how tho McKinley bill cn largod tho free list or know tn how many cases it lowered Tariff rates. These thing1! the FreeiTradors, for their own purposes, passed by. They dwelt on thocasos where an increase ot duty had been found necessary. People, in general, wore deceived into thinking that the McKinley bill and advanced rates without reason or con eideration. They did not understand tho necessity lor the increased rates whero they were made and they feared result'). This etato of affairs does not exist to day, and will not work the destruction of the new Tariff law. However tho peoplejnay lack knowledge still of tho specific provisions of tho McKinley law, they lack no appreciation of its beneficent results. They have come to understand tho scientific and statesmanlike methods which underlay that measure. Thoy have come to real no tho changed industrial conditions, and to know that Tariff changes are made to meet changed conditions and not merely to express tho whims of tho framers of the bill. Moreover, they will not be afraid of high duties per so. There were plenty of instances under the McKinley law where the duty on an article was materially raised, but still the price of tho article did not advance. Take the cose of tin plate, for instance. The duty was materially and yet the retail price of tin plate did not advance. The only result of the increased duty was the establishment of many mills for the manufacture of tin plate, and the giving of employment to many thousands of hands. Tho people can stand as many results of that kind as me new lanu law cuooses to give. : will have tc do The something more than cry "high Tarifl," it they want to have any efiect in the future. The people arc not going to give the attention to that empty charge that they did before their experience under the McKinley law taught them that "high Tarifl "and low prices often go hand in hand. Economist. got an irfen that it would help Goncral Directory. him If each one of these ministers would put a one hundred dollar bill STATU OPFICIAU. In his coffin when he died. So at the Governor William 0. Bradloy. funeral the Unlversaltst stepped up Liout. Governor V. J. Worth-inptoto the coffin and put his hand in the Secrotaryof Stato Charles Finley. shroud. The Methodist followed his Attornoy Gonoral W, 8. Taylor. example and the Rabbi stepped up ud!tor Samuel H. Stone. last, and the rich man was burled Treasurer Geo. W. Long. When the ministers met afterwards, Commimioncr of Agriculture, Hor the Universalist said: 'I fulfilled the tiaulture Statietics Luoas and last request of our beloved citizen.' Moore. Superintendent Public Iustruction-Ge- o 'And so did I,' said the Methodist. M. OavUon. And so did I, said the Rabbi, 'but I ReelMer Land Office Uhau. O. not exactly; Hint is, I took out the j Reynold. two hunnred dollar bills and I put in Itmuranco Bureau Coramisioiio-ruiy cheek for three hundred dollars " D. W. Comitigoro. Pew people realize what a great Adji.taut General 1). R. Collier. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown strain a hustling traveling man Ms under to get business enough to sat- Day. ItAlLltOAl) COUMI86IOKBI18. isfy himself and his employer. But Juo C Wood, chairman; J. F. the stotlcs a drummer tells reveals Dempsev. H. S. Irwin, Secretary much ol their real life a life that requires wit, wisdom and eternal push, Samuel F. Brown. CONORR8MOKAL. with lots of pluck and perseverance Senators Hon. William C. LimK Let us hope that the spring will bring business enough togladden thchcaits 8a v, TInn. J. C. S. Blackburn. "Representative Fourth District of the' whole tribe. Fibre and FabHon. John W. Lewis. MUM mm ntmmwwi't iiiTJ SEE THAT THE fac-simI- le AVceclaulcPrcnaratlonrorAs- slmttatlng ihcroodnndltcguui-Unthe Stomachs ondDoweb of g signature op? ILLllLlHfnHM Promolca'DiScsllon.Clicctful-nc33 dLy0Z I 1 IS ON THE Not NAiic otic. tmtvajo-xmaajts- nndltest.Contolns neither qpium.Morplilne nor Mineral. Jo7Jlm SnJ- - W IvAlr rtilv. OF EYEEY J!juU.SJf tKXirmvm ric. BTATK LF.OISLATUHE. BOTTLE OF Worms .Convulsions Apcrfccl Remedy for Constipation, Sour Stonwh.Diarrhoca, Xcvcrish-qcs- land. ' A HUlnmnn'ii Nnylnga. Illiteracy must be banished Irom the Hon. A, D. James. Representative Oblo County Hon. 0. M. Burnett. Senator s The best way for the Government to maintain its credit is to pay as it goes. Wc should have mote revenue, aud that without delay i hindrance or postponement. Our faith teac'aei us that there is no safer reliance .than upon the God of our fathers. Our financial system should be put on an enduring basis not subject to easy attacks. Lynthings must not be tolerated in a great and civilized country like the United States. Equality of rights must prevail, and our laws be always and everywhere respected qud obeyed. Arbitration is the true method ol settlement of International as well as local or other individual diOerences. I shall deem it my duty as President to convene Congress in extraordinary session on Monday, March 15, 1897. "OHIO COUNTY, cincurr court. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge tmdlOSS OF SLEEP. Owons-bor- T0R1A ll OutoiU ti pat p la ennlit fottlM Jy. II not lold fa loll. Xlot't alio unjrea U nil uytUsg tin ea ut pl u jremlM tut It 1 "jut u good" til "wlU auver nrrpir. -& pott." tilt o facsimile Signature cf o. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owonsborn. T. n. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. ' G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartlord. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Funtl MtefrfHWimlPW!7rTlf nev Yonic. Hartford. 1 KXACT COPVOr WRAPPER. till can jn ibutvi TTSfflr. Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joo Roberts. Fordsville: Tbos. R. Bishop, Centcrtownj 8. T. Stevens, Uromwoil. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continuesthrce weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COUNT. Klf.CS G0MMERG1AL S. E, Cor. COLLEGE John P Morton. Judge Hartlord. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlord. E. P. Neal. Attornov-Hartfor- d. Court convenes each month. first Monday in qUAnTEHLY COURT. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE 5th and Market Sts, JSxa.tr'.EtJCLco on gtla. St- - Louisvillo, Ky. - Immunity should be granted to Begins on the third Monday in none who violate the laws, whether January, April, July and October. individuals, corporations or commu COURT OF CLAIMS. Cot) Yeucs first Monday in January, nities. The severest economy must be ob- and Tuesday after the secind Monday served In all public expenditures, and in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. extravagance stopped whenever it Is G. S. Fitxhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Affords the best facilities for thoiough practical training In SHORTSuccess nsurcd in HAND. TVPB WRITING aud Terms moderate. Pupils agisted to POSITIONS THRER MONTHS. wheu competent Business men furnished Stenographers l'REK OF CHARGI5 B0OK-KBRP1N- 3"3NTO. 1j tt,T.TSr3c, 3FX"l23L. 1 1 1SI lit iiiiiii. F LO RBDA. 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For further pa. liculars call at hl office st once, if 1 For Nitls A scholarship In the Lexington Business College. A scholarship in Bryotjt and Stratton Business College. A scholrashlp In King's Commercial OASTOIUA, ' Segd your address II 15 Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr King's.New Llle Pills, A trial will convince you of their merits. Thete pillsaieeasy In fiction and FOR FOR; are particularly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Hatdache. For Malatia and Liver troubles they They have been proped invaluable. are guranteed (o be perfectly free Irom The regular subscription puce of : We will send all "Dcnorest's Magazine." three to you for one every deeterious nubstrice and 10 be I " fudge's Library " and year for $2 00, or 6 mo. lor $t. vegetable. They do not weak purely "Funny Pictures" is $$ 30. en by their action, but by giving tone DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE Is by far the best family raagauioo pubto stomach au 1 bowel greatly inviglished; there is none otnur monthlies in which tho beautiful nnd the useful, orate the system. RorfiiUr pleasure and profit, fashion and 'ilcratur ureeo fully presented as in pwrlo.x. Sold by Wl'luui & Bell There is, 111 fact,' no publication pretending to a similar scupo and t Diurti'-purple which can compare with it. Every numer contains a frco pattern coujwn. Tim Tmv.lliiK sirn. "JUDGE'S LIBRARY" is a raontby magazine of fun, filled with II The utht-- rveting I Wis taking in ca'rioature and replete with wit nnd humor. Its contributors are lunch with' two innocent hustling the bwt of Anjerlcan wtls and illustrators. There were two Boston diuiiituera "FUNN Y PlOtUREd" is another humorous montby,r there is a 'augU ladies at u iittlu (!1ulc from us. in every llun ot It. All tureo 01 mesa magazines ore handsomely gotten One of them turned to the other and up. 1 ou sliouluI not miss this chance to secure theru. said: "Notice that kind old gentle"Cut hero and return Coupon properly-fille- d out. man with thole' two sports ',' Itathoc Oomorest Publishing Co.. 110 Fifth Ave,, New York. hard on trie drummers, hut not new. One ol them by the way, told the folFor the enclosed, 82 00 p'easa Bond Demoret's Family Magazine, Judgo's lowing story, the truth of which I Library (a magazine of fun) nnd Funny Picture for one year as. per your will not voueh for. "There was a oiler. , rleli but pood old man who lived in a ,, Name Western , town in which there were churches, to each of which he three Poetrofllce made a large donation annually. State One was a Uuiversallst, one Meth-1st and One a yuagogue, The rlc I'lll. A GREAT MAGAZINE, OFFER. IKLoaay 02a. Hodgenvillo, S525fU 3 COllogo, Kentucky. 1; 3 n ETQ. PfSKBy SHOnT-IIAN- TELE0IUPH7, JE1WAKSHIP, - 1 I 1UV&WC4 tU6n Ts . I SJ S Who desires to botter hfa or her condition In life, should writo for tho Oataloguo of tho M1d&&' gsp7m at BRYANT & STRATTON "ggESf&in. No. 400 TniRD BTIIBBT, LOUIBVILLB, KY. OCOOO( SIZ-2S- Dera-urt-s- i's. r ;WH0 IS YOUR TAILOR? W A.tZi , Do You Get a CORRECT FIT? the YEARS Access ' you ncceivc benefits 20 IN HIGH GRADE TAILORING v ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS Dute,,,,,,.,..,.........fK .'.,.,,.,., ,,,, m m l 7k OF M. BORN & Co. THE CHEAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. We guarantee to fit and please you, and me yon saw, uuu new AT r r- m j' r m, IJ HAMPi.cs to scllect FROM .THOMAS', r- -'