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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL :.t "Nothing else like it:" The moat refreshfnp and pleasant Soap for the skin. .taBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWate am a a to smooth these rugged placos All effort should be made SISTRICT. m NO. 3j. la presses to her bosom her babe. VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., on this subject. Who has any ob Jectlons to anyone thus loving God? What lintm can there come of It? Methodism also teaches that "whosoever Is born'of God does not com- FRIDi, MA11CH 20, 1897. QUESTION OP BRANCH DANKS. KUTANEOUS MOTHER'S FRIEND allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes forward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipationsshe passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the Friend," and uso of "Mother the. time of recovery shortened. of three children1, who suffered greatly In tho. tilrtli of enoh, who obtained a bottle tjf 'Mother's Friend' of me before her DROPPED. Scott Jackson Alonzo Walling ATE AOLOOK. QueerTaste of a Louis-villefpo- JSoafL ffJSAmnmc TfflLtr Himuay-SDAT- tun mi t liiprrlenee I.amrl and Hung For tho Murder of Pearl Bryan. mit Sin," John 1: 3; 8. Butwedonot propose writing a paper on this subject, but we wint to set the writer A aright upon Mr. Wesley's views. But let us notice the writer's views: "Justification "I know ono lady, tho mother fourth confinement, and was relieved qufelcly and easily . All agree Hint their labor win shorter and lot painful." Joiik Q. I'omuix, Macon, Ga. ConUlnlnc IntalniMo Information ef Interwt to nil women, will bo afnt to miy addrnta ukq application, bj 01.00 PEK HOTTLB at all Dm Store, or cent by mall on receipt of price. 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SLY UliOllfUItS, M Warrta St., New Tort cttr. - TASTELESS EI 18 H ILL- GOOD FOR ADULTS. TDNIC Oil .iti. Iuj., Hot 10, ism. Parle Medietas Co., bt touli, Mo. llentlMnem We eoW Imi yew, 000 bolUee et OUOflft) TAOTBUaM C1IIM. WN10 end una bought three jtruae elreedy thu rear In ell our ex verlenca ef II jare. In the druii ttmlneu. here article Out lere eueh ualrereel VARRANTED. PRICE JUST AG 50 eta. For talc by Williams i.Oana .00. , Hell. find sanctificatlon are Inseparable." That which is Inseparable cannot be separated, then If justification cannot be separated, If logic Newport, March so. It was 11.30 proves nnj thing, it proves that he n. in. when Jackson and Walling that is justified is also sanctified. mounted the scaffold. The big crowd This is sanctificatlon in regeneration. was silent and motionless for the first But ' justification precedes sanctificatime since early tills morning. Wall tlon. " Then n man is sanctified alIng stood to the right, Jackson to the ter he is converted. Another theory, left. again: "So a sinner who remains in "Scott Jackson," said Sherlfljulc rebellion against God will nevcf dePlummer.altef reading the death war- velop Into sanctlfication." (Here the rant, "I am commanded by the law "sinner" gets it by development, and to excute an unpleasant duty. What so they nre inseparable; he Is regens crated by developments! have you to say?" This is a "Only this," responded Jackson, new doctrine to most people. Then ' 'I am not guilty ol the crime." 1st Cor. On Is quoted to prove that "Have you, Alonzo Walling, any- wc are sanctified by the Spirit, but In thing to say?" next ask the Sheriff. the lost paragraph it is affirmed that Nothing, but that you ore taking we canuot be sanctified until death. an innocent life." Then as justification and sanctificas "Rev. Mr Lee, will you please con tlon "are inseparable" one cannot be duct the services?" then said the justified until death and so any man Sheriff in a solemn tone that professes such nn attainment is At this Rev. I.ce sang "Ob, Come evidently deceived no religion this Then he read from side oi the tomb. "A sinner is to deto the Savior." Isaiah, xlv.. 48; John, hi., 16, and velop Into that high Hie which be can Revelations, xxvii., 17. not have until death!" So when Paul The rope was then adjusted and said: "Ye are washed, sanctified," be With downcast was talking to dead men. the straps fastened. head Rev. I.ce made an eloquent The writer also states that the eviprayer, closing with the words: dences (or masks) of this sanctificaAlonzo tlon (which no one can get until "Scott Jackson, good-by" Walling, death) are "communion with god, InThe prisoners both stood with bow creasing hatred to sin, patient subed heads. Waiting's eyes were closed mission, delight in God's word and injprajer, Jackson's open. When earnest prayer." Then the best of Dr. Uc finished the prayer Jackson men have no communion with God, l. bid farevtcll. Walling also bid they love sin, are insincere in prayer Walling whispered "go, go, etc. Now if this is Bible sanctificago." Doth were nervy up to the tlon and all the writer's members I have drop. it it I am not surprised at there Then the bolt was shot promptly at being a loud call for peace in his church. 11:40 and both men dashed downward. The means of sanctificatlon seems As the bodies swayed to and fro, the silence and solemnity of the occasion to mean that they are not means, for if they were theGod appointed means were terrible. Bjth died in great agony. Jackson and we use them, the result would But the means raised his feit and dropped dead. be our sanctificatlon. Walling drew up his feet and hisbody seem to be no means. The passage contracted several times in awful tor of scripture quoted against sanctificas ture. Physicians pronounced both tiou apply equally to justification, dead and thesnnounccment was made lor if every man is of the devil for but the crowds still lingered about He that committeth sin is of the dead in six 1 devil, and if every man is of the devli the jail. no man will escape the pit. minutes. Walling died first. They do not oppose cither when Just be lot e the bodies were taken Now will the down the crowd rushed up, but was properly understood. ordered back by Sheriff Plummer. writer please tell us what he means Docs one get it Jackson's ftce, with the exception of by sanctificatlon? Do regenerated his open mouth and blue lips, jsas w'aen converted? not disfigured. His neck was not people get it as nn act ol the spirit? Do The rope made a deep furs Do sinners "develop" Into it? broken we get it in death, if so where is the row on the neck under the chin If out how When Jackson's body was placed in soul in the body or out? the coffin the iace was very pale. long does it need to be out before it It not out how soon before The lid was placed over him and the gets it? May it get It in a sec curious crowd not allotted to view the it goes out? Job is b xly- - The remains will be taken to ond, minute, week or year? quoted that, "It I say I am perfect I Wiscosset, Me., for Inttr.uenl. When the black cap was removed shall also prove myself perverse." If one should obtain sanctificatlon from Wnlling his tongue protruded, his lipi fell nn I were discolored, pre- by the first blessing, gtowth, develsenting a hotrlble sight. Neither ol opments, or as a work ot the spirit, subsequently to regeneration, iu anthe prisoners' necks was broken. Waiting's body was placed In a swer to the prayer of faith, and upon casket and taken away from the jail being interogated at to whether he possessed it or not must he deny it, lor removal to Hamilton If The iuneral ol Jackson will be held or else prove himself pet verse? here and that ol Walling nt Hamilton. they are "inseparable" then one Pastor Iee was overcome after his must deny on the same conditions prayer at the final scene on the soafK justification. This proves too much. U.S. Tabor. old and had to be carried away. (See Mark 8:38 ) The above was sent to the Hartford SANCTIFICATION. Herald, but it seems be on religious topics as it has some times been An at tide appeared under the above intimated to be on political caption in the Hartford Herald of the ones "n one sided paper, that will issue ol the 9th, December, from one publish nothing but what suits it." J. P Hicks, in which he claims to Any paper that will publish an artiidea ol Sanctifica-- . give Mr. Wesley's and decline cle ot missrepresentatlon tlon, as against Bible Sanctificatlon, to publish a reply whether on social, "v which he attempts to define. religious or political topics, the Wc say "attempts," for his state- public minds donoml nates unworthy ments do not appear to be lucid, and we do not think the views ol Mr Por anything In the tonsorlal line Hicks are presented upon tbls subject, but what the writer thinks be call on I, L, Bullington. taught, for more who have read his HOW TO FIND OUT. works, especially "Christian Perfection," would surely affirm that he Pill a bottle or oomtuorf water glass tiught "Sinless" perfection, unless perfection one means that state where Althutine andlct it stand twenty-fou- r hours; n sendiment nt settling inditbejblood of Jestts Christ cleanses cates a diseased condition ol the kidall sin from neys. When urine stains Itnen it is Mr Hicks said: "I never ure the positive evidence ol kidney tiouble term 'sinless per'cctlont' " because Too frequent daslre to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof he considered the term misleading, that the Kidneys and bladder ore out for some might think you meant an of order. Adtmic pcrlcctiou, which was doubt-le.s- s WHAT TO DO. There is comfort in the knowledge free Irani ever infirmities, etc. A ptraon to live Adatnlc perfection so olten expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy in which every thing is done exactly fulfills every wish in relieving pain at the right ttiue. the right plsce and in the back, kidneys liver, bladder 1 1 tl e right tu timer a life on which and every part ol the urinary pasthere could not be any Improvement sages. It corrects inability to hold scalding pain in passing it, here being no Imperfection. That mine and or bad rfieets following use of liquor, necessarlally would person wine or bear, and overcomes that tins have to have t perfect mind, or else pleasant necessity of being compelled he could not understand peilectly the to ,et up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the will ot God, n.nd if he did not underextraordinary eflectof Swamp Root is perfectly as is our case-t- hen ruon realized stand it It stands the highest to be sure he could not keep it tor its wonderful cutea of the most distressing coses. If you need a perfectly. But the perfection taught hy Meth- medicine you should have the best by druggists price fifty cents and odists is uot this kind of perfection, Said dollar one For a sample bottle and Wesley sajs, vol. vl, p. pamphlet, botU seut tree by mall, but as Mr 500, "It is Is the loving God with mention TiirIIartfokd Rhpojiuqan addies. all our heat ta, mind and strength. nud send your lull post-offiHe held all objectors to this defini- to Dr Kilmer & Co , Uinghamton, N. tion, and this is the sum and sub- Y Tlie proprietors of this piper r stance of what has been and now Is guarantee the genuineness of this 27 yr, being taught by the Methodist Church 1 good-bye.fate-welI Jacl-son-w-ce of-le- Boy's Story Sounded Fishy the 811- verJMUones .tl ior. Of tho TlmoSMoo Woro Hoard From tticTCbw's Inter 9 o'clockjyesterday morning when a servants In the residence of Mr. George A.'ewman, 17a! Phlrd street, was sitting tm the kitchen steps cleaning a small silver clock, says the Louisville Post. The clock, which soon afterward was to nudergo a most remarkable experience, is a very valuable timepiece. It was never known to keep any other than correct time, and the town clock even did not have the same confidence reposed in it by the Newman family as this small eight-da- y. Therefore the servant was always very careful with it. To lose it would be a great misfortune and a source of bad luck. She polished it and tubbed until its surface shone as blight dollar fresh from as a sixtcen-to-o- It was ne the mint. Someone called the maid. She left in a hurry and placed the clock on the steps. In five minutes she returned. The clock was gone. Then it was that the housemaid experienced palpitation of the heart In a most disagreeable form. She made a hasty search. No one was near. She ran to the front yard, but could sec no tramp getting away with the clcck. The family was notified--. If small national banks arc to lie en couraged tu the more eptimflv nettled portions of the country, the question arises whether they should be purely local organizations or branches of tho great metropolitan bunks. , The old United States bank had branches'whlch, by virtue, of their connection with a large central Institution, had some advantages over tho local banks, with which they coinpeUd, but wero In more than ono tnstanco the objects of adverse state legislation. This spirit of local hostility to a bonk located in another city, and perhaps another state, left memories which still survlvo and which account In part for the opposition to branch Imtikn. But the experience of England and Scotland, Canada and Australia, la strongly and uniformly in favor of lurjte central banks with many branches. The banks of Cnntlda are able to maintain a singular uniformity in tho rnlcsof Interest In tho grcatcommcrolal renters and In tho remote ugrlcul-turregions because the banks of Montreal and Toronto have their branches In Manitoba and the Pacific-regioard can transfer the surplus onelocnllty to meet the deficiency In another na It cannot be done by wholly Independent banks. The conditions In Canada are very much like those of IhpUnlted Blatcs.ond the success of the Canadian banks In doing what wo the Importance of having done is entitled to great weight In our considerations. In Scotland it Is well known tllnt the branch system has greatly favored those agricultural Interests which tn our own country nre so much In need of llnoncinl accommodation. The preponderance of financial testimony ta decidedly la favor of the brunch sytm, most of the opposition to which comes, or would come, from local financial interests, jealous of strong outside competition. There is u feeling of distrust of all banks which It Increases y Is born of Ignorance with the Increase of a, bank's capital und the extension of Its operations, which aro supposed to prove the bnhlc to be a monopoly. Iron Age. cap-italre rop-Idl- ol Ollirr Countrle In I'm or ol 'ilirm. ,TPmcE I 25i? It lasts twice as long as others. A trial wilt convince you of Ita great merit. Will pleaae the moat faitidlsua. CHARLES F.MILLER, Mir. ol " PRCNC1I MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PBRFUA1CRY, Lancaster, Perm. SSaUaaSslBaSlMtiaaSBQe HAS NO FEAR OF EBTAT3I.lsimn, 1849. PROFESSIONAL -- SNAKES. VARD Maryland Man Who Allows tho Most Polsonons Roptllos toBltoHlm. The only man in the world who docs not fear a snake bite, nnd upon whom the venom of serpents apparently has no effect, Is William F. Witmer, whose home is in Wolfsvllle, Md. Ills peifonnances with copperheads, rattlers and vipers are a constant source of wonder and amazement to all who know him, and even to his lifelong friends there a large element of mystery about the man and his strange power over snakes, says the New York Herald. He takes great piide in this rei spect, and when among strangers it is a favotite form of amusement with him to hunt up some ugly specimen oi the serpent family the more deadly the better It fits his purpose and to let the reptile sink its venomous fangs into his bare arm or hand. Recently, while on a visit in the mountains of ttestsrn Pennsylvania, spotted vipers were found a in a bunch under a stone. Boiling up the sleeve of his coat until his arm was bare to the elbow, Whitmcr proceeded with his other hand to take the largast and ugliest looking viper by the tail and, shaking him apart from the rest oi the snakes, swnng him about until he was thoroughly enraged. He then allowed the viper to sink its teeth in his arm. Then one by oue the other vipers were picked up nnd allowed to seize the arm, until there were a full half t dozed of the spotted, writhing things hanging from Witmer's flesh and writhing themselves about the arm in a very lrenzy of rage. When the spectators were sufficiently horrified, the man took the suakes one by one by the tail, and, shaking them loose from his arm, killed them by snapping them like the lash of a whip. Por the rest of the day no one have been surprised to see the man drop dead at any moment, but, on the contrary, he seemed among the li reliest of the party. There was no swelling of the arm, nor auy numbness of the flesh, the only trace of the exhibition being a number oi tiny red spots on the arm, which looked as if a needle had punctured the flesh. Those were the marks of the snakes' fangs. Witmer himself says of the strange peculiarity which he possesses that it is somethinglnherited from his ancestors, one in each generation back as far as he knows having had this same immunity from the poison of venomous reptiles. "I do not try to explain it," said he; "all I know is that I have no fear ot snake bcs, and although I have been bitten hundreds of times I never felt the slightest from any of them. "It is onlya pastime for me to hunt and catch the most deadly seipents, and a peculiar feature ot it is that once a snake has bitten me I have no difficulty in taming it. In fact, at home I have a number of pet rattlers and copperheads, which know me and will come when I call them, just like a dog. I seem to have tbesame power over animals, and have yet to meet the fust wild animal I can not half-doz- piiY square. M. I,. IIBAVRIN. Tetaaaes A..Srraitli, T ky. AW HAiiTFwnn, Vili practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, ami court of Anneals. Special attention given t" collections. Office cast side of put.'n SHKI.BY TAYLOR. Attorneys af Law HARTFORD, KY, HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. R- - Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Oflico, in Commercial Hotel. H. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. Attorney High and low, from cellar to garret, they searched, but no clock appeared. The servants maintained their innocence and were believed, and the Newman family had to go without their inlallble time piece, and as a result had dinner twenty minutes late. In the yard at the time the maid servant left the clock on the steps was a cow, of purest Jersey stock, that had endeared itself by giving fresh milk and butter twice a day. While the search was being maid, even in the very neighborhood of the cow, the intelligent bovine calmly chewed its cud and one towel thfit h td b en hung out to dry, and ate grass in a calm and peaceful manner. In the afternoon nothing had been seen ot the clock, so it was registered among the lost and the search was given up. Later in the evening the small boy ol the 'Newman household was In the yard. Suddenly a silvery chime floated ou his ear He listened. Another and another, until five times the chime had sounded, and he recognized it as coming from thelost clock, Bnt wheie was the clock. There was nothing near but the cow. The boy searched all around the ward and then concluded, as it alter ward proved correctly, that the clock was in the cow. He rushed to his father with the news ot hisdiscovcry, "The cow's swallowed theclockl the cow's swallowed the clock!" he Aren't Brj an and Jils friends making a great mtstako by continuing tho discussion of the slher question at thta time? It Is nearly our years until the next presidential election, and the people can learn a whole lot about sliver and the effect of cheap money upon wages and savings In four years. They learned muoh that Bryan didn't want them to know during; the four short mouths of the last campaign. It Is noticeable that tn the states where the question was most discussed the majorities against Bryan were heavy or were unexpectedly hifl majorltlM If the allverltes will thtnk of the groat amount of work done In the statts west of Pennsylvania, eastot Colorado and north, of Tennessee and upon the result of the eleotlon, they will, If they are wise and want to win In 1800, conclude to drop educational work and to proceed on some less dangerous line. If Bryan and his friends would stop talking about silver for three years. It would be difficult ior the "goldbugs" to get people to listen, to their convincing argument. If our hard ttmea should unfortunately continue, Bryan might step out a few days before the 1000 election and sayt the "I told you so," and a majority ofmatvoters, without having given the ter much thought, might conclude that perhaps tho "crime of 1873" woa responsible for the lack of prosperity. But if they study the question for four whole years they will be certain that neither silver nor any kind of cheap money ever brought prosperity to any country, though they have often brought hard times. The wage earners will understand that sixteen to one la an underhanded scheme to lower wages and the farmers that they cannot; hy Juggling with cheap money, get any advantage of the rest of the world In the matter of prices of farm products. This educational work must bo slopped short, or the cause of free silver ts lost. t The Onlr Gaod Paper Carreney- All propositions for the retirement of the legal tenders and the abolition of the treasury reserve aa a feature of our currency system are coupled with the demand for a banking system that vroald afford a large note circulation, one mora responsive to the fluctuating 'demands of business and one whose reserve would be maintained by banks which would be compelled by the conditions) of their existence and by law to protect their notes, and which, through their discount business, have the necessary machinery for increasing their reserves or decreasing their liabilities. Such a banking system would provide the paper currency whloh the American people would rather handlo tn their doily transactions and carry about aa pocket money than specie. Iron Age. ot Dritn'i MlalalUea Poller. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in nil th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Caroful attention will be given to n business entrusted to bis care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Rank. Also Notary Public o. aye. B.is2srE,x"i,r at Law, 33. DP- - Attorney ai jCaw, Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lectionB. Olfice in Courthouse. (Gonnty Attorney) SHEIJLm. KY. . HARTFORD, (unnll Attorney at Lav? HARTFORD, KY. SPECIAL attention making also Notary-Publi- JNO. B. WILSON, given to Oflico abstracts, &c, for Ohio County. Norig'side of public square. Attorney at Iaw Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at tended to, Oflico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAW, Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all businesi entrusted Office in Repumjaw tohiscaro. building. J.B. VICKERS, shouted. Mr. Newman did not believe the boy. The latter fnslsted. So at 5:55 Mr. Newman went out into the yard and took his position a few feet from the cow, which was still cropping grass in reflective fashion. In five minutes a silvery chime floated again on the still air. Another and another and this time six. chimes sounded. While they were sounding the cow lift up her head in that inquiring style peculiar to cows and listened. When the sounds had ceased she resumed her browsing, satisfied that she was keeping right time and did not have to be wound up. Mr. Newman decided that his son was correct. Dr. Rlsenman was sent for. He said that probably the cow had swallowed the, clock, and that it had uot gone farther than her first stomach It would uot change position until it came time for the cow to chew its cud, when the bovine would be placed In a painful position of having to chew a hard bit of bilveiware and steel springs A powerful emetic did the work. The clock was a little discolored, but was btlll ticking uvvay. This morning the maid servant resumed the cleaning when the cow was not about, and the clock Is agalu doing duty. Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice In all tho Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Ofltce with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, Tho and Semi-weekl- y the Republican St. Louis Globe-Democrat one year for $1.75. HOT! OK. I want otery man an J woman la the United Slates Intersited In tha Opium and Wblikjr bablti to haro oca ot mr boots on the.e dla aiti. Addreit It. M. wooller, Atlanta, Ua.. Bos SS7, and one mil b aent 70a tree. tane." Rheumat 1 sin Is a blood dlseaieand onlya blood remedy can cure it. So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best are only tonics and cannot possiNo I'ree Sliver Ulmelilllin. bly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith, The free and unlimited coinage of silver, when It does not preserve Its parity Greencastle, Indiana, says: "Por years a, condition in true with gold, cannot be I have suffered with Sciatic Rheumabimetallism because in Its effect It is tism, which the best physicians were unsystem. directly antagonists to the able to relieve. I took many patent Whenever practiced It always results medicines but they did not seem to In Y.vv..tAllfiiim nnd allvil- - nt tnnt. Rnnh la Ui pnan now n nil silver coun- - ' reach my trouble. I gradually grew worse until I was untries, a Mexico and China, and such able to take my food was the cose In the United States In the or bandlc myself iu 40 years prior to 1834. any way; I was absoLarge Oorrenor. KtilleiiKfr-Uounliu- c liitlHla. lutely helpless. Three Bneak Thief Bom Pity 'twuz erbout About the first of April Mr. James bottles of S.S.S. reJimmy. He wuz making big money, V, Sullenger and Miss Bridget A lieved me so that I and the perllce broke htm all up, Donohue, both of this city, will be was soon able to move 1'ootpid 81m Big money, wuz he? V7T TaSSKaTSV my right arm; before inarriea. The wedding will probably What wuz his lay 7 Sneak Thief 6am Coining silver dollong I could walk occur at the parsonage of St Paul's across the room, and Catholic church, Rev. B S FJtzgerald lars. when I had finished one dozen bottles performing the ceremony, Mr. Sullof Dr. Bell's PlneTar Hon-e- y was cured completely and am as well as A bottle enger Is a salesman In the dry goods should be on the medicine shelf of ever. I now weigh 170." department at Anderson's Bazaar, and every home. In a sudden attack of Is a highly esteemed young man. croup it is Invaluable, allaying the He was formerly of Ohio county, near irritation and ending the danger in S.S.S. eurrs Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema, Donshue is also Beaver Dam. Miss less time than it would take to go for and any form of blood troubles. It you disease, take u blood mediemployed at Anderson's Baziar and a doctor. as a have a blood (guatantttd futrly vegtttt-tabl- e It stands is an attractlvo and most worthy remedy for coughs, colds, nnd all cine S.S.S. is exclusively for the blood and young lady. The young people will kindred diseases. Por sale by Z. is recommended for nothing else. It forces out the poison matter permanentgo to house keeping at once. Wayne Griffin & Dro. ly. We will Otvertsboro Messenger. send to anyone our valuable We have just received n large lot of books. Address Tit fit- type Give us your orders Swift Specific new lob It It timllt Co.. Atlanta, I llrutaM for Job Printing. -- I.oilUvlllc.llriHlerxmi ANt I.onlaHiill-wwCo' III I'llrrl Jnuo 1. No. 41. No. 43 dairy West bound daily . . 7 55 a m 6 30 pm L Louisville L, Dtandcnburg . . 9 22 7 55 8 so I, Irvington . . 9 49 1, Stephen port . . 10 28 858 . . 10 47 L Cloverport 918 I, Hawcsville . . n 12 944 I, Owensboro . . 12 15 p mio 48 11 55 Ar Henderson . . 15 No. 44. No 42. daily daily Hast bound m 2 55 pm . . L Henntrson 7 20 a 1, Owensboro . 8 25 . 3 55 L Ilaneeville . . 9 5 4 53 Cloverport . . 9 50 I 5 '7 LStenkenport . 10 n 5 3s 6 16 1, Irvington 1051 639 h Brandonhurg ,1118 12 45 P m 800 Ar Louisville 1 y ... TIMH TA11I.K I. (I. II. II. 1ILA1KU DA KY. 00INO RAST. Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mail A Real Blood Remedy. coinq wnsT No. 201 a 7 17 a. nt. No. 22t a 12 25 p in. Mall Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p m. Past Mall II. MflHRlCK. Agt. The and Republican OASTOXIXA.. 1?7&A ,""' sss tho Courier-Journ- al for ono year for SL0O. rtmdmmt 4 v Hartford Republican. 1'KIUAY, MARCH 16, 1897- - Ematb on spring nre now If iti 8 j-- are aver In onlr. In order TRYING TO BEAT IT. Local Populists Looking ward the Ohio County To- li Mi Merit talks" tho a lntrlnste valo ot 3 1 Hood's Bamrarllla. C41 kfl.9 A well known Populist floated into Merit in medicine means SAM A. ANDBHSON the power to t'i ffice of the livening Tress this euro. Hood's BareaparllU possesses actual is growing, buds aro Subscription, $1.25 per yoar The grass and OQoqualled curative power and there-tor- s morning and without a word of birds It hu truo merit. When 70a bay at Hartford bursting, flowers aro blooming, mid, "We want you to go Hutered at the Hood 'a BarwpnrllU,and take it according are singing and spring Is come. to Ohio as second class mail matter. and bust up that to directions, to parity yoar blood, or Along with all this, "tho young man's You can do it like you did here. oaro any ot tho many blood diseases, you fancy lightly turns to thoughts of What we want is a straight ticktt or aro morally certain to receive benefit. love." none at all. The loaders up thetc Tho power to care Is there. Yon aro not have betrayed the pirty, aud their trying an experiment. It will mako your The wide spread interest in tho re- sell out ought to be broken up." He blood pure, tleh and nourishing, and thru cent prize fight leflecled no orcditon was a stranger, but when he told his drive oat tho germs ot disease, strengthen corvee and build up tho whole system. our boasted civilization. It oan be name he was remembered as a good the said now as Shakespoaro said: "0, old middle of the 'roader. He was judgment thou art fled tobrutUh beasts told that he was in the wrong place, CWTIHNO UHl'AKTMIWr. STArLEDRY GOODS. nnd mon havo lost their reason." and that he was evidently hunting Good chllco . No where In the county will you 4c Thl9 detriment In full of bargains Mr James, who has gotten to the top Yard wide blrach . ,- 5c The Court ot Appeals has reversed of find a line of clothing to compare REPULIOAN TICKET. M ,cfe Heavy domestic the. stack in running his party. 4c Lndle, heavy black hose .toe wllh ours in prices nnd quality. tho decision of tho lower courts on Is the best, la tact the One True Dlood rurtaer. Sea Island domestic sc He said it made no difference. He 5 cotton socks Prepared only by a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Diess gingham Chlldiens si.its 6 to 13 j ears . .65c the Bank Tax Cases, and by that deEloctlonNov. 2, 1897. Sc did not regret what he had said, and Apron Rlngham 6 to 13 yrs bettor grade j3c sc ?h'dren r,lb "".I I fV Y '. '- '. '. CC cision Banks will have to pay the would say it to anybody. or He conHood's Pills gyrlifg&SK ISC County Judge, Jos. A. Park. 1' ft 75 to $3 50 same lax as individuals. inc Youths suits from Minpenders The caso cluded his remarks by saying that ft Mens County Clerk, M. S. England. '. Mens nnd boya ties from . . scto4oc Youths all wool suits . $3 00 to $8 00 will bo taken to the Supremo Court. the more the Populists thought about Mack aaUnee!C! .' '. ." '. '. .' im Tlie Nlnte ol Trntlr. Circuit Clerk, Bam A. Anderson, ' Mens black wonted $5 00 pe,',. ., ,a 4c fusion the lesi they wanted it, and ' It is the old story of slowly climb- Plaidcotton cottonade '' "'c for ' J County Attorney, M. L. Ileavrin. " cassimere (extra fine) . $S 00 Good blue :oc term of Marshall Blackburn that they were going to get out a ing The 5C 8. T. Stevens. R00'1 worlc shlrt8 very steep hill. ' 'Through Bedtlcklne Sheriff, a '. This means full ticket and get the largest vote steadty Increasing," says Dun's Re Best ticking (hold feather.) . . " drU'iiic drawers . . . . oc Mens nil wool pants. . . . $1 50 School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. exp'res on April 13th. .150 " white nlundrrf shirts . . 35c Mens jeans pants Black. 90c that tho aspirants for his shoes will this yearthey had ever hid Jailor, Thoe. II. Owens-bor- u view, "business still is much below Red table linen 15c for . . . 5c Good cottonade pants 48c AssoMor, G. D. Royal. V5c ? handkerchief let no grass grow under their feet bo Press. Us volume in former years of pros- Bleach table linen Laci'M good lid gloVW . . . . $ t 00 Canton flannel We simply ask you to oome nud Coroner, L. Vf. Hunt. tr Ladles tween now and that time. Those perity." In 1892 we were upon a Cotton esnq (heavy) inc b!ts Surveyor, N. Moxley. give us a look and we are sure to sell wanting the office. excuse us, we 15c CANE it UN. pinnacle whence we surveyed the All wool jeans . ace Ladles leather bells MAGISTRATE. Cuttaln polls braw fixtures . . I7is yon. Last Tuesday Mr. J. H. Wright and world and counted the greater part as White carpet chain mean those who would servo their 15c " wood 48e Hartford Diet Christopher Allen. country in that capacity if called up- Miss Nannie Jamison were married at tributary to our prosperity. We Colored carpet chain 17c DBPART-MEN'We can and will sive you money SHOE AND SMI-PUWilson. Cromwell DistJontB. the home of the bride's father, Rev. made one stupendous blunder, and Curtain draperys from. . . 5c to lijfc on this line. on to do so are H, K. Hampton, We can not mention every article the ceremony. almost Instantly fell into a slough oi In this department, but it is full of Capt. J. C. Bryant, L. P. Tarlton, Acton performing Mens fine shoes $tpo Announcements. Leslie Combs, Speaker Charlej Stan- Mr. Wright is a higgly respected gen- despondency and adversity. It will bargains, and you can save money DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. Mens Creole Congress . , . . . $1 15 For Keprcsentnllve. ford and W. J. Deboe. We can show you n full line of Ladies fine shoes Who can tleman while his bride is a winsome take time and labor and favorable on your spring purchase. We are authorized to announce 50c young lady, possessing all the traits cfrcumsnee to regain our former Drees Goods nt prices that will suit Childrens shoes Irom . . . 25 to $t 00 name the man? HAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT. R. A. BYERS of true womanhood and will make a position of supremacy. But we are Mens wool hats tec the timed, Infants shoes 35c As a candidate for Representative ac48c Fancy plaids for children . . . . sc Ladies slippers The general conduct of tho new goodwife for tae man of her choice. climbing upward, slowly, it is true Mens fine wool hats from Ohio county, subject to the 48c Mens iur haU May happiness be theirs. so inch henrietta party. 50c 36 but nevertheless perceptibly. tion of the Rtpublican administration is quite an improveMens tourist shape hats. . . ,75c 40 " novelty suitings from . 35 to 50c Chocolate nnd ox blood slippsrs Rev. J, D. Duncan filled his regular It Is a good sign that men again Boys hacs from ment on the old, as far as tho transfrom soc to 75c 4a inch nil wool henrlettn . . . . 40c For Mafllrte. 75 to $1 50 appointment here Saturday and Sun- are borrowing money for use in in- Boys caps from . . . . xoc to action of business is concerned. 40c 36 inch henrietta in all shades . . aoc Mens ox blood shots It day. ft 50 We are authorized' to announce Anderson. We hove full line ol silks, braids, Mens choccolate .shoes . dustrial enterprises. Nothing can be Boys straw hats 5c took the Democratic party four years $1 jo JOHN M. GRAHAM Mens straw hats Remember 10 jets fte tor trimming. more Indicative oi a revival of conin the in which do worse than nothing. Tho We are not blowing but can acCall nnd see us when you want lhat our goods ore all new nnd if yon As a candidate for Magistrate fidence. There is quite an increase anything in this line, we Fordsvllle Maglsterla District, now administration will do moro durate sure to will give us n call we are sure to tually save you money on this line. Itet action of the Republican ing titir ol activity in the dry goods and iron please yon. please you. Get our prices before buying. of an extra session the short term trades, and these are sure barometers party. than Mr. Cleveland's administration of commerce. The wool trade is more did in four disastrous years, in that it give-yo- u brisk than at any period since the JPopnllnU Demrind. Ticket. AnnouncementsDemocratic will pass a tariff law, which will iai j Washington, March 22. The Pops repeal ofthe McKinley tariff, and fuse renewed life into all tbo channels ultst members of the House have heM brices tend upward. We are authorized to announce Wheat too has ELI H. BROWN ot trade and revive our business inter- a caucus to discuss the policy of the advanced In price, though the defor Circuit Jwlgeoi ests generally. As a candidate party in this Congress, and as a res mand has not been unusually great. subject to the Sixth Judicial District, paity. suit have sent to Speaker Reed a let- There is quite a notable decrease in oi the Democratic the action No colored voter . should pay any ter requesting that they be recogniz- the number of failures. The stock We are authorized to announce market has been irregular, but the heed to the efforts of our esteemed ed in the debate and through com W. T. OWEN lt as contemporary, to create dissension in mittee appointments as a distinct week's average does not indicate a -a-- J. a candidate for As was decline of confidence. We lactor cf the minority. There Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss the ranks of the colored voters. ol the much dissatisfaction among the few Chicago has had its share of the subject to the action are all used to that sort of thing. Our Populists in the last Congress be gains otthe week. Dun's Review Democratic patty. esteemed contemporary is expected to cause they were, as a party organizastates that "contracts for several For Commonwealth's Attorney. take "spells" over this matter from tion. Ignored, and they are planning great buildings are pending, and for are authorized to announce We time to time, but it is fully understood to wage a campaign for position in material ior a good many bridges and EDWARD E. KELLY that they are harmless, unless it He to Congress The letter to Mr. Reed other railway works. The record is As a candidate for. Commonwealth's Diss tho JJerald itself. We have always states that the Populist party is well encouraging, Attorney of the Sixth Judicial HAVE OPENED THEIR if not satisfactory. ol the had a faint suspicion that tho Irict, subject to the action Herald established in every State in the EntexvOcean. Democratic party. is a little worse after than before Union, based upon clearly enunciated Sly Neighbor Told Me taking. Tor Counly AHorny principles, dillerent in many essenAbout hood's Sarsaparilla and advised We are authorized to announce "Alas how oit does goodness wound tials from any other political organ me to try it This Is the king of aditself, J. B. VICKERS ization; that at the last election they vertising which gives Hood's Sarsaof Couns And sweet affection (prove the source Asia candidate for the office subject cast about 2.000,000 votes, or more parilla the largest sales in the world, of woe." ty Attorney of Ohio county, than of that of the United Friend tells friend that Hood's Sarto the Democratic party. States; that they elected Governors in saparilla cures; that gives strength, it CIVIL SERVICE. We are authorized to announce of Kansas, Nebraska, South health, vitality and vigor, nnd whole What we say on this subject will be the States F. L. FELIX Dakota, Montana and Washington; ceighborboodsuse Counit as a family medconfined to civil servico as applies to As a candidate for the office ol have eight Senators, namely. Allen, icine. ty Attorney ol Ohio county, subject the Internal Revenue service. As Stewart, Jones of Nevada, Butler, to the action of the Democratic party. some Republicans, may be expecting Hood's Pills act easily and promptHarris of Kansas, Kyle and Heitfeld; For llfprenmifillio. a placo in the Revenue service under have between twenty none and twenty-seve- n ly on the liver and bowels. Cures We are authorized to announce sick headache the new administration, it might bo Conmembers of the Fifty-fiftJOHN J. McIIENRY represent Ohio well for them to know what is neces- gress, namely, Howard, BartOAV, "What is home without a newspaAs a candidate to county In the lower branch of the sary to obtain such a place. It would simpson, Castle. Botkin, Stark, Pe- per?" asked an exchange. It Is a ol Kentucky, be well also, lor the people at large, ters, Sutherland, Ridgely, Greene, next General Assembly, place where old hats are stuffed into subject to the action of the Democrat-i- t to have some knowledge on this subVincent, McCormick, Skinner, Mar- broken windows, where the wife party. ject, which is not known by the ma- tin, Stroud. Fowler, Kelley, Shuford, looks like n bag of wool with a string jority of our citizens. Applicants for Knowles, Gunn and Bell. around the center, where the husband Rout. Fitzsimmons fought n good places in the Internal Revenue serThey also, claim Raker of Illinois, has a basket panorama painted on his also fought. fight; John J. Corbett vice must be citizens of the United Jones of Washington, Maxwell of Ne- shirt front and the neglected children braska, Todd of Michigan and one wipe their noses on their jacket term "lost States; for position of Deputy CollecTue full meaning of the member from Indiana. sleeves. out," is clearly understood when we tor, guager, storekeeper and ,Ta.aL JPxrdTctOL combined, tho applN alias view the freo Bilver Democratic, When you are suffering from CaOne Hundred Doses One Dollar Is cant must bo over 21 years ot age; An eigant vehicle and good horses flue new OMNIBUS will meet all day trains at Heavor Dam. A Popocratic party. to aud true only ol Hood's tarrh or Cold ip the head you want must be peculiar applicants for clerkships All order promptly attended to. Lavo order at Field's Llvory Stable, guarantees a comtortabla ride. relief righ away. Only 10 cents is Sarsaparllla. It is economy to buy Harmony in tho Democratic party over 18. required to test It Ask jour drugs orner Market and Uniou Streets, Hartford, Hood's. is growing beautifully less as the days emptoyes in th6 Internal Rov All gist for the trial size of Ely's Cream go by. The sound nioucy Democrats enue services must give bond, with BrIui, or buy the 50c. size. We mall Ilrtlrr Ilnry Your Jlonry. have laid down the law, to tho free the exceptions of clerks and messenThe Daily Dispatch, ot Louisville, it. ,. DIRECT rnOiM MILL TO WEARER, silver ebouters, and the free silverites gers. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. Ky., which is to be founded to suphas Through Passencer Trains and ' Wlilcli Saves you 4 Blfj Profits. bad way. Afflicted with catarrh last aro in a very I was Before an appointment can be seFast Efficient Double Dally Pervice ' Th Commission lloun, Th$ Whtlttaltr, port a principle that nine tcenth cenTia Jobber end Stort Kitptr. autumn. During the month of Octo- from Cincinnati and Ixiulsvillc to cured the applicant must pass an exe. i02Bd sl, NEW YORK CITY. We understand there is a big kick amination on tho following subjects: tury enlightment rejects as not only ber I could neither taste nor smell E. ROSENBURGER & CO. 202-2- 04 i & KeV7 false but absolutely foolish, Is doomed from all parties over the fusion arOrthography, penmanship, copying, to failure, utter failure. It is an en- and could hear but little. Ely's in connection with the B & O S W. ' A CUSTOM UtOS TO OROCR likerangements in Grayson county; and special arithmetic. terprise that purpo3B3 to pand er to Cream Balm cured it Marsus Geo. to Louisville, reaching direct or innk I wuits ran I wise in Hardin thero is war and ruconnection!) for pri icipal inc close Bop's ildenls Suits, Slzts An averago per cent of seventy and prey upon the ignorance and pre- Sbautz P.ahway. N J to 15, points mors of war in tho free silverite camp, Guaranteed to te made from All Wool, will) Extra pair of pants. f2.98 must be obtained by tho applicant, judice of tho well meaning but poorly I a 600 acre farm as "Why haven't Yiuy Browo, Gray. Clack, oe Blue SOUTH & WEST Thnt Sulli r GUAR AN! EVD lot madt from Import and altogether tho silver wing of the Worsted CordeJ Cheviot, r.ule In latest Wool Uicvbt, In BUk. Blw, Grey, and brown, In aim from who has been honorunless he be ono style, lined with Imported F.rmee Satin, informed portion of tho people. It well as tlint man riding by in his car- on its own and connecting lnoa.in Meaa up Democratic party jieeents a pretty 1109 years of a with Sailor trimmed end finished In the best or Custom CoUarCotUr fancy f mtroUarea lintd wllh Black .Ibcrl ably discharged from the Militiary or presumes upon tho lack of inf orraa-tioriage?" yelled a anarchist eluding Vicksburg nnd Jackson. Tailor manner. You cannot duptkata It tn Twill Satran and I'alciM Walat (lands. Trimming and Work"kettlo ot fish." , BatonRouge and N.itclitz La , Samajn sizes for etcs u to 11 years. your town for 16.00. Sites 14 to 41. manship lha vary best, Naval service by reason of disability the blind partizauship of its sup- -' orator as he glanced at the crowd. Miss Rock nnd Hot bprlngii, Aik , Trie ssnve goods made for Youth's, nff fie without Sailor Mar. I.e Pallera'a Belaw. Little to 18. In long rants, Coat and Vest, V.iO Mr. J. 0. S. Blackdurv announc resulting from wounds or sickness in proters.ind encourages the schemes of "Because he saved $600 and bought Waco, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston co-& 0 laJflh TWsStyla ,iVtx J CO" How to rri ed that he would not be a candidate currcd in the line of duty; the latter j tho practical politicians with their his farm' when' it t him $1 an acre and San Antonio, Tex , and points on j m.ssurt for "Wll O and you poured your $60 down your the Pact lie coast, it also mis rnrouirn JJ a223" u, for Governor if Governor Bradley being required to obtain a grade ot G5 faces turned resolutely and persistent Men's and CYouths Suits S(vl throat," responded n man on the passenger trains and fist efficient should chanco to be elected Senator, per cent. Mtasure "v"' C--l CJ ly toward tho publio crib. It is an back seat, and the " around orator asked no double daily scr ice from New the examinations are attempt to cuioign tho Democratic which shows that Mr. Blackburn is a Memphis llreest and ,Xa2m& more conundrums. Chiwgo Tribune. South JackRon, on its ownand poln.s Waist ovsr iaWCPaiLsHtS and con. and West foresight. held in oich Revenue District on the party, its traditions,, principles and man ot good judgment and the Vest, ami iMkaia?K9r Msua?sjaUBBflRlr from Crotc) nwtlng lines to third Saturday of Match nnd Sep- purposes to the deadly enemies of No Democrat could be elected Govto Heel fsr iWmiBSSUSIA Remember we do the very best Job Pants. LOUISVILLE, ffSttWcBVVS ernor of Kentucky this year, much tember in each year. 8 American imitations, and rivet upon printing at the lowest living prlcts CINCINNATI, After an examination tho names of it tho stigma ot one of the most colosW Pay El. CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS MBHESMW lew Mr. J. 0. B. Blackburn. press won I 1 0' Mlchlfriiu to Xcxhr. tboso obtaining the required average sal folliosand n making direct connections with palpable frauds, the ig should you is unequaled as a through trams for all points That WaCMjlfilLHak. '"'ill IT f n3l ' not iMisaiu Ex -- Senator David B. Hill says aro placed on the list as eligiblos, in noraucoor ingenuity ot man over con' . VI'IINailf,! I. I B 'B tied spring medicine is testified by a great will & BAST tho order of their grades. This list is ceived. Silverism. NORTH refund th "Ho is a of President McKinley: anarchy, socia many people every spring. When money. Louis, Chicago, liuflrflo, including strong man, of force and clear ideas. kept at headquarters in Washington. lism, revolution in nearly overy branch one is run down, listless and tired, Pittsburg, it. Cleveland, Boston, New He i3 a strong partbau, and I see that Iu tho oveut a Collector wishes to of government nfiairs and privato re depressed with that peculiarly dis York. Philadelphia, Baltimore nnd "flH tjQH f ! t&fO W - letter t RcB?iiij:r onsi 1.11v 1 been criticising make an appointment ho signifies his lotions, aro to be turned loose on tbo tressing trouble popularly known as Richmond. some people have 1 J g& Vol buy A Comd.reet frcn He al- intention to the Civil Service him for it. That is foolish. people, like a cage tf noxious birds Spring Fever, Pe ru na should always Solid vestibule trains through one 0' the When ordering send Post Office, F.i press Wj JS Kg ways has been aggrossivo aud no one mission at Washington nnd tho names to corrupt, poison and destroy. But be taken, ns it Is sure to give prompt Honey Order or Registered letters, larre.r Clo bullet sleeping cats through free see st tan birthday, and If larte or mall thlrg Menu KF ttj X: reclining chair cars can expect him to change now. He of thoso who stand the hignest on the it i too late lor The DNpafoli to do and permanent relief. for h's se Money cheerfu,ly refunded ir fif& m, oj facturers In acna sc stamps ror not Bamtsciory America. list nte sent to him by tho CommisvJ C3 jste H is a man of lipe experience, and his pies, tape measure ir.ceurln Iena L. Stoll, Adriau, Mich., writes Harkl much damage. Its lime has pasted. Particulars ol your local railroad cjr Wl"- as foilows; "It aflords me much ticket agent. knowledge of men and aflulrs will sioners; irom thoso three tho apIt will be born out ot season, and unpointment must be made. In apply, ites Its stockholders present or pros- pleasure to testify to the merits of S 0. HATCH. Dlv Pass. Agent, Cin- taMWaaaa wain wwmaiam-sjisvstand hlra in good stoad uow." ing for a placo in the Internal Reve- pective want to contribute their mite your Pe I can tpeak in the cinnntl. Niitler, Ifyounrcowlrguson eubscrlptlon Dlv, Pass, Agent, highest terms of it, haying used it 'Jno A. Scott, All patties indebted to the estate ol ' we will appreciate It Mit. M. A.IIanna, the uowly elect- nue servico it is useloja to obtain tbo to the cause through charitable Memphis, if you will drop for five yearn as a spring medicine deceased, by n and p.ty up Dr. J. E. Fenuielon, ed Senator from Ohio, and who was endorsement of some prominont Rei they had better bury their o. p a., Chicago. note, account, or otherwise, are here great benefit to myself and I A. II Hanson, with unceasingly abused by freo silver ora-to- ra publioins, because tho, appointment ooln in a hola In tho ground. Unloes recommend It to my friends with like W. A. Kblwnd, a p a LmiisviHe by notified to call on ine and nuke and organs, has recently shown h raadu on tho merit ot tbo appli- so mo thotf appropriate it, it will ba results." J. R. Stu.vt. Eastland, the beet settlement they can It will cant's examination. bo a large hearted, honorhimsilf to worth moro in ready oaih, one year Aurora Buletini iDon't net rllly or be impossible for me to call on all Tex., the opposite end of the conti To besuro homuit be recommended He gives thewholo able geutloman. hence, than the rame amount invested nent, corroborates her statement as owly if a bill Is presented to you. Compatties indebted to the est nte in per of his salary as Senator to his privato ns to his honesty aud physical ability in the metropolitan free silver Daily follows: "I purchased a bottle of Remember that tht favor wa from son, nnd unless this notice Is hctded the position for 'which he as His whole conduct since tofil f Daily Press. Dispatch. and It was used by by niyeelt your creditor,' and that you are the within a reasonable time I shall be A? long as the civil service ho oome under tho lire ot fice silver plros. and wife ns a spring medlclpc. I party under obligations. He gave compelled, In the discharge of my duIlurltlcii'n riiieii finlve. mud battenoa has beou such as to con lulos are enforced recommendations consider It the best dollars's worth I you goods that he had to pay money ties as executor of Dr Pendleton's esThe 1W Salve in the world for vince all reasonable ineu that ho is go for naught. your word that you tate, to place his claims In the hands Cut, bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ever bought. My wife hns used yout lor and took tho essencoand quintesenco of courtos ' President M0KI11W has shown a wou'd repay hlin. Therefore becourte-ou- of an officer for collection in older to Fever Sorea, Tetter, Chapped remedies with gratlj'ylng results," deposition to adhere to the civil eervIf you can't settle said estate within the time reand frank withhlui sy and gentlemanly bearing, Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all One of Dr. Harlman'a latest books, BUn Eruptions, nnd positively cures treating 011 the catarrhal diseases peioe ruled, and already many pay tell him squarely and hjuwitly quired by law Thrii-e-a-weeW fl KhNiutK, Piles, or no pay required. It is havo been dlsappoiotod. culiar to spring, will be Bent free to why you cau't do so and be sure that guaranteed to give perfectfatisfactlon IJxecutor of J R Perdleton, ikc'd If a Drug your reason Is truthful nnd valed Price 25 cents any address by The Pe or money refunded t Oemo. Hjrup. 'rutuOunL Usr7l ir At McIIenry. At the office ol I' Suit, h all, piy n part, bu in The I'lofltl'1 wtuili. is ui you can't pay Ml IntlKe. Scad brdriuwUli. x.r lu.x. For sale by Williams & Manulacturirg Company. Columbus, l!XHirT13tIl;Jhrif?r?BMa 29 if Bell, yr. 0. 13 any event don'tbe a chump aud kick Office on Fox Street. Tub olvil service k n Mumbling ofof- Inrt Kxrrj frlilnynl post-office blook, over which many patriotic llnrllnril, Ky. fice seekers, destined to fall out of Editor. fice, or the chance for an office. Fusion. Merit ip J Come to Hartford and buy your Spring Goods from the New Cash Store of C CJ, E. F COiJ lus-io- Js riooo Sarsaparilla - all in and open ready for inspection. Wo aro simply asking for business that will save buyers monoy. The prices aro right .on every article in our entire stock. We will please you iu this direction as you wore never please before. Below we give you a few of our many bargains: We wish to say to tho public that our now Spring Goods are va .. ........ ..,.,', H JJ 7c NOTION-DUPARTMBN- ... " ... ifl I2c T. 11 OASTOIUA. ... ,e isassf I We want to do business with you and are willing to all the bargains we can get. Our goods are all now and bought with the cash. So visit us at once and we will show you the nicest and cheapest line of goods in Ohio county. Yours Respectfully, We want your Eggs, Feathers, Wool and Ginseng. Cir-cu- E. FOGLE&CO. -- h x,t To Beav er Xct.ca.. Illinois (Jen. Memphis Orleans letter-writin- g Vvswv i I6.E1M37.00 ', d n, (l s, Semi-annu- w,j6lv - 3Lt opln rjH'l 1 If IX-JLd- na tir t3 Char-ff- a ,1 sitj' JJ 'naraiaH ,- i. pull-ma- n 1 ru-n- a. I I So.-rctar- Tho Republican and Louisville mercial both ono year fur 81.25. s Rht-uu- i, The and Kopublionn k ru-n- Cur-rdlto- . Y, World N, $A,65 per year, ior I ' .,.. ,4 m iiiiiIWWIWI .'ewsw iiwjt' t"pmw"," "'ijmijf i, )W'- "?w ''!''"' - fr.rf...wu.. at. s. - fn . w-- i .-- t s." j.m : L. See CarWd & Co's ad. Awarded ou, & PRING GOOD FAIR & COMPANY Wish to say to thoir friends that thoir entire lino of Spring Goods are in and ready No where in the county for inspection. can you find a line I alt It Co's ad will interest See our new hU Carson C. t Honors World's Pair. PL; We are Kow e&dy FOR THE Lot ol new slices at Carson & Co's. Dr. J. S Coleman was in Louisville this week. A nice Umbrella for 50c at J. E. v Fogle & Co'a. Big Bargains Fogle & Co's. uWflfo aftsftiW SPBIHe TRADE We have just stocked up on CREAM. at J. It. 48c Men's Cottonade Pants for B. Fogle & Co's. at J. o EQUAL IN QUALITY AND PRICE t v Romemberwe carry nothing but goods and can guarantee to our customers entire satisfaction in first-clas- s Style, Qcialily-- Call on E. L. Bullington for a good Celebrated for its great leavening strength and henltlif'ilness Assures shave or hair trim, the lood against alum and all forms of 35c buys a White Unlaundred Shirt adulteration common to the cheap brands. RovalDakinoPoworrCo., at J.E. Fogle &Co's. Nnw YonK. Men's good Drilling Drawers for 20c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Read J. E. Fogle & Co's ad. J. E. Fogle & Co. want your Eggs, Trade with J. E Fogle & Co Feathers and Ginseng. Subscribe lor Tub RurunLiCAN. Bring your chickens, eggs, feathSee the New Shoes at Schapmire's. ers and wool to Carson & Co. See our show goods. Absolutely Puro. Mr. M. L. Heavrlu this week. was iu Owens-bor- BAKING POWDffl MOST PERFECT MADE. P'irs Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free 'ram Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A IN OUR LINE And Binglo 36 inch 3G inch 30 inch it order to make tilings Width worsted sells ono half Henrietta worth all wool eergo worth all wool cashmere worth wool move we give you a few prices: ,. i... 10c our price ; Carson &Co Hats 25c; AND PRICE Good calico Apron checked glngatns Dress style Ginghams Finest grade ginghams Good shirting Heavy domestic Best bed ticking Good cotton jeans Turkey red table llneu The very beet garden seeds at A.D shoes $1 Cash shirts 25c; men's fine at Schapmire's. ' White's. Yard wide Bleach for sc at J. & Co's. Good Bedtlcking for at J. rf. 4c Fogle & Co's. Two handkerchiefs lor 5c at J. E. 50 5c Fogle & Co's. 8c 5c Mr. J. A. Newcome, representing the Louisville Commercial, was in town this week. We will close onf winter Underwear at 25 per cent discount. Carson & Co. We will not make any more tickets or keep books alter this date. Don't Carson & Co. ask for credit. We are going to quit the clothing Now is the time to buy a business. suit at Carsoii & Co's. Note Our Prices: ' 7c D. M. Ferry's standard garden seeds at Pate Bros, See our prices on wool goods. Carson & Co. Big line of Ladles' Fogle & Co's. Belts at J. E 5c Sc '. 4 county. We want than any house in , your feathers, etc. -- tr Miss Catha Craig, who has been spending the winter with her sister, Plaid Cottons for 4c per yard at J. 13. Mrs. T. L. Griffin, left Monday for 15c Best white carpet chain her home at Ensor, Ky. Best colored carpet chain 17c Fogle & Co's. Mrs. C. M. Barnett left this morn65c buys h Suit lor your boy at J.E. 5 Lidics black hose ing for Frankfort, where she will join Fogle & Co's. Lid lea heavy gray hose her husband, Hon. C. M. Barnett, NARROWN. We sell for cash only from this '. Good corsets 39c Rev. Oldham filled his regular apand spend a few days at the State's date. Carson & Co. 48c Good double (rant overalls pointment at Dufi's creek on SaturCapital. day and Sunday. Turkey Red Table Li neu at 15c at J. Mens heavy sox 5c All wool serge 25c, all wool cash Mr. E. H. Cooper, of Rockvale, Ladles Cnehandkerchlefs . . '. 5c E. Fogle & Co's. wool cashmere 16c, all mere 25c, and Mrs. Mollle Duncan, of near this , New York State early seed potatoes percalsoc, good calico 4c, cotton warp Great big bordered handkerchlcls 5c matting 20, food matting 12c, best place, were quietly married at the 10c at A. D. White's. Ladles belts home of the bride's fatherouthe 18th, frerich ginghams 7c, apron gingGood Suits of Clothes for $3 50 at J. Mens good shirts 25c Rev. Fentress officiating. They will ham 5c, Hoosier cotton 4c. 65c E. Fogle & Co's. make their home in Butler county. Boys suits Carson & Co. The contest in the Magisterial race $2 00 Dress nnd Apron Ginghams for 5c Youths suits long pants The following named persons have for the nomination ended on the 20th T. Mens all wool pants 50c at J. M. Fogle & Co's. paid their subscription tu Tnn and Mr. Chancelor was the man $4 00 Men's Work Shirts from 25c to 50c Mens all wool suits since our last Issue: W.F. cho?en to battle with Popocrat Evans. Bet- at J. E. Fogle & Co's. us Wright, S. E. Wallace, S. E. Bennett, Miss Nettie Wilson, Olaton, was Mr. J. S. Field, of Louisville, vlsl Chas. Parks, Hartford; J. L. Taylor, J visiting the Misses Truman this ted relatives in Hartford this week. Nash, Tex,; C. K. Reneer, Center-tow- n; week. Louis XIV. Jno. Nix, Sulphur Springs; H. Sam Casebiei, the 'bus driver, will Ohio C. Shaver, F A. Shaver, L. D. Bentake you all the way, day or night. Dr G.B Slack.Louisville.is in town. nett, Mrs. Mildred Bennett, Beda; egss, Shoes, Shirts. Ties, Collars, Cuflj, D. A Woman' Worn. J. Rhoads, Beaver Dam; Rhea Pants .Socks.and Hats at Schapmire's. A forlorn looking girl with a short Armstrong, Louisville; O. R. Scott, Hartford gemple of fashions. A. D. White has a full line of hard-war- PrentIs;J. S. Bartlett, Henderson; G. brown dress nnd scanty skimpy garstoveware, &c. Give him a W. Long, Frankfort. You ought to ments straggled into the court house this afternoon and told a tale pathetic call. have your name on this list enough to make wooden Indian sob Buy a Birdsell wagon irom J. H. convulsively. At her heels lagged a Asalnat ruslou Patton. Corn 'taken In exchange at Westbrpibld, Ky., March 22, '97. little fat boy clad in ragged garments naaaiHiiMamaHiHHi market prices. The time is close at hand for the and looking hungry and tired. There will the were traces of tears on the faces of Remember my grocery stock is Democratic convention, complete and my prices are the very remnant of the Populist party be side- both ' tracked by the leaders of that party, "Say, mister," she said pleadingly A D.Wihtk last July wo arc still headquarters lor all lowest. Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t as a Populist I am not willing to have to Clint Griffith, "will you please tell Mr. W.-Fair, ol Fair &Co., left kinds of our Plow and Hammer disgraced by the ca ounty jedge ter come out here Monday for the Eastern Cities to pur that old Rooster, Populist are you a bit?" chase a line ol spring goods for his not aware that this proposed fusion Is She was directed to the office of the firm. very uncredltable, there is nothing judge, but the gentleman was absent Best quality of Steel and Chilled Plows. Both Walking and Riding Brakers. Mr J C Woodward, who has honorable about It. at the time. Then she seated herself Tlauters, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and Corn Drill, Check-robeen at Morgantown for the past few The Populist as a party should be ou a bench to wait. The little boy Wire plain and barbed. All nbovo without tongues, Disc Harrows, Fencing months, Is quite sick at his home independent of every other party, let sat beside her, and together they First-clas- s repairing near Beda Implements are guaranteed to bo of tho best quality. its action be controled by its own made a most abject picture of misery n specialty, also a full lino of of all kinds done promptly. To borrow $600.00 on sentiments. The Populist party re- and want. Every heart was touched. Wantrd "My name's Addle Young," she fertlliwrs for oats, corn, tobacco and wheat. You will find us at tur old property wotth 4 times the amount. minds me of the floating votes, it is in the Call on or address A. B , care Tub hard to tell what we are going to do. said, "an' I came from in and see m. stand on First and Railroad St. Como I nse this expression solely for the country. I'm nintcen j cars old nn' Republican. Hartford, Ky. purpose of letting my fellow Populist this air my boy. He's past five. Mr. Rhea Armstrong the popular know what public sentiment says. No, I ain't got no home, no friends, BEAVER DAM, KY. traveling salesman for W. B. Bel- As a party let us act In the coming no kin, no nothin'." knap & Co., of Louisville, was in convention as one who expects to live Then she covered her face with her We are looking for a new lot of tovtu Sunday and Monday. and be known in the coming history hands and wept bitterly for a few "Wo Soil Goods Too." sell at short lengths of good calico to Mr. A. D. White has just received ns an honorable party. minutes. When she was somewhat K. II. M. 22 pounds utandard granulated sugar 4c at Carson & Co's. composed she sold: the most complete cooking stove that 6 and 7 pounds good green l 00, 5, New Prohibition Newapnper. was ever brought to Hartford, "Mam died when I was a baby, an' It coffee $1 00, Arbuckles :5c. good can A meeting ol Prohibitionists interpap dldn'tdietelll was most thirteen. burns coal oil, is perfectly harmless, Clarks O. N. T. 2 spools Jor ttilucom 5C lin USUI of weekSc, best colored carpet watp 17c. ffi&&&K w nnd will cost only about 3 cents a day ested in the establishment this a will I married BUI Young an' we worked city on a farm an' got 'long all right tell to do the cooking for n family. No ly Prohibition papers In white JSC good calico at 2c, 3 at Odd Fellows' Hall-Mr- . he died. Then nie'n little Bill didn't OI.ATON. dust, no dirt, no black. It is com- be held Best Columbia and 4, Fancy at 5c, Mr. John Allen- went to Horse plete luc7ery particular, and every W. M. Likens, of Beaver Dam, have no home, an' they drive us out. shirting 6c. apron check ginghams Branch Thursday. family ought to have one for summer Ohio county, editor of "The Gleaner, I alters hcerd 'at a judge war a mighdomestic 4c, lancy table oil cloth 5c, Mr. G W. Bond who has been in use. a weekly paper devoted to the inter- ty good man, an' I Jes' know he ain't Furniture 17c, zinc truuks $1 50 Louisville for some time returned last ests of Prohibition, is lu the city and er goin' back ou me'n little Bill." chairs lots of 'em , tables Bof is and Sunday. and The revival meeting at the Baptist will make a proposition It was clear she hod never been to stoves $4 5i fine rockeri. No 7 step Mr John McDanlel, ol near Spring Church began Monday night under looking to the establishment of a a city before nnd that she had no idea a fine double ovenfS 25, best washing Lick, Is vising bis son the leadership of Dr. John H. Boyct, State-edit- or of the Gleaner in this she was going to do or expected machines f 75, best sewing machines The interest has been city. The ladles of the W. T. C U. wht Mrs. Mollis Taylor, of Reaver Dam, of Lexington. the judge to do for her. It is a woron the market 10, clothing at your is visiting in tho neighborhood. and congood from the first sermon have agreed to use a pape lu this thy catc lor charity, however, and own price. We have lamous Oliver Dr. edition and many leading probibN Mr. O S. Bond accompanied by R. tinues to widen and deepen. the woman is voung. strong and willAlso Plows and other kinds cheap. E McDulel, left Vhursdty night for Boyet la a favorite with our people, tlonists have already agreed to take ing to work. It is expected the good big lot clover and Gmss seeds Write New York with many of whom remember the great Courier-Journa- l. 3,500 chickens. stock. pople will do something fur her. for samples and prices. Mr. John Dugon nnd Miss Lizzie revival in which he labored here in O'vensboro Press. Moumii'AD, Josns & Co. His sermons are clear cut, 1890. The followinganouncemeut of Rev. Ceutretown, Ky. Cooper were married at ir o'clock convincing and powerful. It is to be Sam Jones tor a- - collection in an At POINT PI.IMNAXT. Golda. last Sunday. Green river Is slowly leaving us greatly desired that the meeting may lanta church meetlttfe has au air of UNION. have the united and faithful support culture and an odpr of refinement nn I many saw logs are pasting out " Rev. A. J. Williams preached two of the Christian people generally similar to that which we suppose for the Evansville log market Interesting sermons at this place SatIt was Mr. Elmer Brown and Miss aud that It may result in building contributed to the. education nnd Rftlle Whit-tkeurday and Sunday. that were married at up the moral and spiritual welfare ol pleasure of the mob "The Misses Fleners, of Giaham, Services that attended the late prize fight. Mr. Harding, instead of Drown and tiie town nud community. were the guests of Miss Nettle Rogers 2 and 7 p. m. The Reverend Samuel would consult Whltlnghil. Sunday, W. K. James is visiting his brothgood taste by vaulting from the puli;KAf.v. er Ed 11. Jumss, of Cromwell. Miss Mary Taylor, of Horton. vispit into the prize ring; The farmer are greatly bshlnd vlth K. O. CofTiiinn hns moved from ited here Sunday, which This Is the trade-mar- k "Now, brethern," Slid Mr. Jones, their work on account of the heavy ' T.n.Hrmnrihnrlr tn tits farm ninr Tiprp. Miss Siddle Davldsoii, who has Is on the wrapper (salmon-co- l inevitable "comes that ubiquitous, rains and high water. been visiting relatives In Louisville Mrs J. W. Ticbenor has gone on a ored) of every The prospects for wheat are better collection. It must be taken up, for Alafor some time, returntd home last some of you fellows seem to prelcr tp viMt to relatives and friends lu bottle of the than was anticipated notwithstanding week, give in doses. You seem to be deal- bama. SCOTT'S the light snow protection.Mr, J. L. Rogers and wife, who Mrs. Scott Everly, of McLean Mr. Win. McConnel and wife, Deav-e- r ing in homeopathy, iustead of allopaEMULSION. Is on a visit to friends here. have been visiting friends audrela-- ' thy. Some of you fellows give a county, Dam, visited relatives here last Be sure this Is on tlvea at this place, returned to their Will nnd Deu Edwards, of Livers penny and have your whole family tfeek. the package, and home In Greenville last week. more, spent a short time with us this Mr. Charlie Stergeon has the posi- sitting by you, you old hound. that nothing: else Reid Is ou the sick lUt Mrs. Joe Wk ck. tion of mate on the Steamer Gayoso. Some ol you'possumeared rascals pay Mrs, Pulton Is sick. Mrs M.igdolen is palmed off on Mr. Nat Lindtey, of near here, and G hns bought, fenced a quarter to go into the peanut galDr. Rogers, who has been sick for several Ashby, of near Rock-pur- t, you when you theater, and won't give a Miss Maggie nnd Is preparing to build a nice lery at the days, Is Imptoylng. Mr. T. M Mor were married at the home of the ask for it. nickle to this cause. If you haven't dwelling house on Cedar street. S.BF. ton Ts Improving. brides parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Nothing' has been made that Mr V. B. Morton returned from any money, give us a lock of your Thursday evening. We equals It to give strength and hair. If you are baldheaded, spit in AJiby, last Grceuvllle Saturday, extend our best wishes to them, even I.o.l, Nlrnyrd orHlolen solid flesh to those who are the hat." Mr. James Eudaley's broken leg itowe are not an optimist. One Jeisey milch cow, 7 ycars-old- , run down or emaciated. has been worse this week than for Mr. Frank Hackct contemplates brown oa sides and back, has short Your doctor will tell you some time past. leaving his farm and moving back to horns, long, heavy tall, unmasked, Rev J. N Richardson preached at that It is the one food for all Livermoie and aid in the management In good condition low, heavy-set- , the church Sunday night. those whose weight Is below ol his fithers mill at that place. She kit home ou when last seen. Sunday School was organized hete the standard of health. For Infants and Children. Mr. L. H. Condit has returned the 16th of last month and when last Sunday, and will begin the the firtt Put up la 50 cU. and $1.00 tixa, Louis from his trip to Evansville. Anyone TWfuseen was In Beaver Dam. . .fa ol the quarter, April 4th. itm Unlli and told by ail druggUts. finding her will be ewarded by Geo. litutiri 7.j New Hats for men at Carson's & Mr Vig Morton went to llvansvllle SCOTT A BOWNE, HiwYork. W 3jtf W. Thompson. Beaver Dam. Co's. Saturday night. Louis. 10c 15c ' 7c UltAllAM. Mr. and Mrs.Lum Martin and little son spent Sunday with Mrs. Leona Stewart. Miss I.cotha Flencr has been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Martin, the past few weeks. Misses Eva Taylor and Hortense Rogers, Beaver Dam, visited friends in this neighborhood recently. School at this place is progressing nicely. Great Interest Is manifested by both pupils and patrons. The ladles especially deserve great praise for their zeal and energy in the cause of education. Their visits to the school are a source of encouragement to both teacher and pupils. Martin Flener and Enos Ennis were absent a few days on account of sickness. Those entering the examination at the close of the first term received grades as follows: Lunie Leach 87, Columbus Flener 92, Clarence James 86, Martin Flener 87, Oacar Flener 75, Mert Smith 73, Roscoe Wilson 80, R. James 92, R. Leach 82, Harrison Flener 92, Finis James 75, Stone Martin 95, Harry Flencr 90,iHattle Leach 86, Gerty Leach 96. R. 7c 25c our price lGc 35c our price 25o 50c our price 25c 15c 30c Challies all wool ono way Cballicsall 3G inch novelty drees goods worth 30 inch percale, best quality, worth 30 inch Hoosier cotton, by the bolt, worth 30 inch Sea Island cotton worth Good calico worth Men suits. Boys suits , .C0o our price 25c 12Jc'our price Oo .5c our priro 4c Gc our price 82 Co 5c our price 4c CO GOo , Whito carpet warp Colored carpet warp Cotton warp matting worth Qood matting worth .' I40 10c 35c our price 20o 18c our price 12c These prices are for CASH or good (Jocmiry frodciQe And no other proposition will be considered. ..... e And quit We have t We are going to close out our O 5 fi that'part I N of the business Don't fail to visit this spring. ter selection, bigger stock lower prices ,If Xpu need a suit this is your chance. cut the price on everything and you will find it to your interest to come with your cash to see us. ! m Horso-shneiug e, GABSQN Onrnnboro Produce Blnrket. Cash prices paid by Owensboro mer- k Bottom Out. 1 Attention Farmers. Farming Implements, Below we give a few of our many chants: Bacon-H- ams bargains. country Shoulders Sides Lard Country Eggs 45c 55Kc tter 89c 1000 yds. good calicofsbort " 1000 yds. 2500 yds. best calico, length)2c 3cc 4 6c produce-Bu- 45C 3334 2022c WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, New feathers Beeswax Tallow Ginseng per lb Honey Tub washed wool Greased wool Burry wool Dried fruit-Ap- ples Peaches, unpealed Poultry-Chick- lonc ioi6 ft soa 75 8&10C 3c 2022c I4I5C ioi2c 2C 4c ens, live per lb Rooster OABTORIA, - Turkeys, live per Grain-Clo- lb 68 . $i 2c 1 5c Hoosier Inctory cotton (any length)4 c " Good Bleached 4 c " 6 c Hope " Best Cheviot Shirting, Best Fancy Table Oil Cloth 17MC 1 y,c Tobacco Cotton, Best White Carper Chain 15 c " c "Colored 17 All our Checked Ginghams 5 c Good fancy Dress Ginghams, 5 c " India Linen, 5 c filllngCashmere, 10 c Silk fiinlsh Henrietta, only 20 c Mens' Good Work Pants, " 45 c Chllds' " Suits, 75c and f 1. 00 Mens' " only $4 00 ' Step Stove3, Complete $625 2 Spools O. N. T. Thread for 5 c Ladles Good Fast Black Hose 5 c All-wo- ver, ht per bushel Timothy, per bushel Rek Top, per bushel ... oo3 Ji 75 75 ( Vests,- 5 and 10 XXXX and Arblckle Coffee 15 Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for $1 00 c c ssc 40 18Q20C pair, Good Trace Chains, 25 c " Recleancd CloverSced, $4.25 ht Orchard gross Oats, per bushel Corn Wheat . Vegetables Potatoes, new, per bashel Cabbage, per head Live stock Hogs Sheep Jones & Pleasant Ridor, Ky. Morehead, .... f2 $2 Remember that we buy butter, bacon and eggs, hams, chickens, 3cc laid; in fact all kinds of country 6c produce for which we pay the highest market prices. Pats Bros. 7503 00 20c 80c 300 Cattle Calves Green hides Dry flint Dry salted oo3 ioI2C ti 56c 50c co 00 Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. A Conrlneluc Testimonial. Sheepskins Coonskins Foxskln3 Opossum I53c 20 50c! $3 8nc 00 10c See that it is there! gen-nui- Ml It v V&Sfi w5 BE? St W U VI r bullet-heade- Otlor skins skins oo6 00 256sc Mink .siring if W l ne About ,iilvrlUlnar. An ad is never too long when it is all Interesting. Each ad shouldlbe different but not IndlOerent. Good advertising will keep a business man on his leet. Truth in advertising may be stronger than fiction, but its much better. The ad that is too briefly written cannot have a too brief rxlsteace. If the right ad is in the right place the results are certain to be right. It is better to say too much In your ad thau not enough to be understood. The ad that is followed by a string of customers will do to tie to. A spring tonic in the of a liberal dose of advertising, is timely just now. One ol Geo P. Oram's New Unl- versa! At'a. It is the very beat aud finest Atlas that is made Will sell cl cap for cish Apply at th office. Mum Euji Kcnn. "For 19 jeM I luffertd from heart trouble Darlnc that time I M treated br flvo different pbytleltni. All ot thm elUmed that I eouU not U cwL I wn greatly troubled with abortneM ot breath, e palpitation and pain In the aide. If excited, or oierted uyvelf In the laost. the pain tnmy aide becamo rtry aexere. At time It aeemed aa though tutdUt vxn Mooting Uinuj my rid. Sometime In the month ot Notember laat. I commenced taklnr DR. PULES' HEART CURE for Nnl. and since then I bare Improiod iteadily. I can now aleep on mr left aide, something I had never been able to do before. I (an walk without being fatlgutd, and am la I would mwh UUtr hcoUA (ton vr btfQr recommend all autrerera from heart trouble Invaluable remedy without to try Pr. Mils' MIBS ELLA KUUTZ, delay." US Wright Bt, Milwaukee, Wta, Dr. Mllea Tteart Onre la sold on n pofdtlrp 1 Gm& Dr. Miles1 Heart Cure "fSB 'ilfiSii J',! H " .V . Hartford Republican. 1KIDAY, MARCH a6, 1897. Essay on spring art now in order if they are aver in order. Tiik civil service i TRYING TO BEAT IT. Looal Populists Looking ward the Ohio County To- blook, over winch many patriotic Inntieil Krrf I'rldny nt llnrtforil, fice seekers, destined to fall out of SAM A. ANDBRSON Editor. fice, or the chance for nn office. Offloe on Fox Street. a stumbling ofof- j. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar post-office Tiik grow is growing, builsaro birds nt Ilattlord buMing, flowers aro blooming, Bntered at the aro singing and spring is conic. as seconu class mall matter. Along with all this, "tbo young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." The wide spread interest in tho re- i urn r K - JBRipl REPULIOAN TICKET. EloctlonNov. 2, 1807. Clerk, M. S. Ragland. Clerk, Bam A. Anderson, Attorney, M. L. Hcavnn. BherifT, S. T. Stovcns. Kchool Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Asecesor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxloy. County County Circuit County cent prize fight tefleelcd no oredlton our boasted civilization. It oan be judgment thou art said now as Bhakespoaro said: "0, fled to brutish beasts and men hnvo lost their reason." pi- Judge, Jos. A. Park. Tim Court of Appeals has reversed tbo decision of tho lower courts on the Rank Tax Cases, and by that decision Banks will have to pay the samo tax as individuals. Tho caso will bo taken to tho Supremo Court. ti s lv t.. Good blue cottonade Marshall Blackburn Bed ticking This means exp'res on April 13th. Elest ticking (hold feather-- ) that tho aspirants for his shoes will Bed table linen Bleach table linen let no grass grow under their feet beCanton flannel tween now and that time. Those Cotton jeans (heavy) wanting the office excuse us, we All wxr1 lanna MAGISTRATE. fitturM i7jc you.. mean thoeo who would servo their White cat pet chain'. .' .' '. . .' '. tec Cu,talu POb" wood 48c Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. country in that capacity if called upcarpet cunin 17c We can and will snve you money SHOB AND SI.H'PIJR DBPART-Mli.SCromwell Dist JonlB. Wilson. Cuttain draperys froni . . sc to li),c on to do so are II. K. Hampton, We can not mention every article on this line. Copt. J. C. Bryant, L. P. Tarlton, in this department, but it is full of Mens fine shoes Announcomonts. ft 60 bargains, and you can save money Leslio Combs, Speaker Charlej Blan-for- d DRB3S GOODS DKPARTMBNT. Mens Creole Congress $1 15 ItejircscnlnllTe. For on your spring purchase. nnd W. J. Deboe. We can show you n full line of Ladles fine shoes Who can We are authorized to announce 90c Drcos Goods at prices that will suit Childrens shoes lrom . . . 25 to $1 00 name the man? HAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT. R. A. BYERS Mens wool hats 35c the times. Infants shoes As a candidate for Representative 25c acMens fine wool hats 48c Fancy plaids for children . . . . 5c Ladies slippers . Tnc general conduct of tbo new from Ohio county, subject to the 48c Mens fur hats 20 50c 36 inch henriettn of the Republican party. administration is quite an improvetion Chocolate and ox blood slippers Mens tourist shape hats 75c 40 " novelty sul tines from . 35 to 50c ment on the old, as far as tho transfrom Hoys hats from 20c to 75c 42 inch all wool henriettn For Jlnjitntrntc. 75 to $1 50 40c Boys caps from . . . . toe to 40c 36 inch henrirtta in all shade action of business is concerned. 20c Mens ox blood shoes It Jit 50 We are authorized' to announce Boys straw hats We have it full line ot silks, braids, Mens choccotatc .shoes . . . . $1 sc took tho Democratic party four years JOHN M. GRAHAM 50 Mens straw hats 10 jes &c tor trimming. Remember In the in which do worse than nothing. Tho We are uot blowing but can acCall nnd see us when you waut that our goods are all new nnd if yon As n candidate for Magistratelet, Fordsville Magisteria Dist. now administration will do more duranything In this line, we aie sure to will give us a call we are sure to tually save you money on this line. action of the Republican please you. please you. Get our prices before buying. ing the short term of an extra session party. than Mr. Cleveland's administration did in four disastrous years, in that it Democratic Ticket. Announcements will pass a tariff law, which will in-- , fuse renewed life into all tbo channels We are authorized to announce ELI H. BROWN of trade nnd revive our business interJudge of As a candidate for Circuitsubject to ests generally. the Sixth Judicial District, patty. the action of the Democratic No colored voter . should pay any We are authorized to announce heed to the efforts of our esteemed W. T. OWEN as Cir-- ! contemporary, to create dissension in -As a candidate lor the Sixth Judicial Diss tho ranks of the colored voters. We Set, subject to the action of the are all used to that sort of thing. Our Democratic party. esteemed contemporary is expected to For Commonwealth's Attornoy. take "spells" over this matter from to announce We are authorized time to time, but it is fully understood EDWARD E. KELLY ."ST that they are harmless, unless it 5a to candidate for Commonwealth's As a We have always of the Sixth Judicial Dis the Jerald itself. -- HAVE OPENED THEIK Attorney Irict, subject to the action of the had a faint suspicion that the Herald party. Democratic is a little worse after than before taking. For Comity Attorney We are authorized to announce "Alas how ott does goodness wound Itself, J. B. VICKERS office Asia candidate for thecounty, ofCouns And sweet affection (prove the source subject of woe." ty Attorney of Ohio to the Democratic party. CIVIL SERVICE. We are authorized to announce What we ear on this subject will be F. L. FELIX Counconfined to civil service as applies to As a candidate lor the office of ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject the Internal Revenue service. As to the action of the Democratic party. some Republican may be expecting For IteprenenlMUP. a placo in the Revenue service under We are authorized to announce the now administration, it might bo McHENRY JOHN J. well for them to know what is necesAs a candidate to represent ymu county In the lower branch of the sary to obtain such a place. It would next General Assembly, ol Kentucky, be well also, for the people at large, subject to the action of the Democrat-i-t to have some knowledge on this subparty. ject, which is not known by the majority of our citizens. Applicants for Roirr. FitzSimmons fought a good places in the Internal Revenue ser--- e " !"l 'y-. J fought. fight; John J. Corbett also vice must be citizens of the United The full meaning of the term "lost States; for position of Daputy Collecout," is clearly understood when we tor, guager, storekeeper and combined, the appliview the f reo silver Democratic, alias When you are suffering from CaOne Hundred Doses One Dollar is cant must bo over 21 years of age; An elgant vobiolo and good horses Popocratic party, A fine new OMNIBUS will meet all day trains at Beaver Dam. peculiar to and ttuc only ol Hcod's tarrh or Cold ip the head you want mmt bo applicants for clerkships All ordern promptly attendod to. Leavo order at Field's Livery Stable, guarantees a comfortable ride. Sarsaparllla. It is economy to buy relief righ away. Only 10 cents is Harmony in tho Democratic party over 18. required to test it Ask jour drugs orner Market and Uniou Streets, Hartford, Hood's. is growing beautifully less as the days All employes in the Internal Rev gist for the trial size of Ely's Cream go by. Tho sound money Democrats enue services must give bond, with Balm, or buy the 50c. size. We mail Ilrtlrr Ilnry Your .Money. have laid down the law, to tho free the exceptions of clerks and messenThe Daily Dispatch, of Louisville, it. DIRECT fROM MILL TO WEARER, silver shouters, and the frco silverites gers. ' ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. Ky., which is to be founded to suphas Through Passenger Trains and Wltlcti Saves you J Bin Profits. are in a very bad way. Before an appointment can bo seI was nullcted with catarrh last Fast Efficient Double Daily Service port a principlo that nine teenth cenTl Commission Homi, UtWhclttaltr, Tie Jobbtr and Stert Kttptr. autumn. During the month of Octo from Cincinnati and (xmiavillc to tho applicant must pass nn excured We understand there is a big kick amination on tho following subjects: tury enlightment rejects as not only ber I could neither taite nor smell E. ROSENBURCER & CO. 202-2- 01 1 102nd st, NEW YORK CITY. i & false but absolutely foolish, is doomed from all parties over tho fusion arOrthography, penmanship, copying, to failure, utter failure. It is an en. and could hear but little. Ely's in connection with the B & O S W. I A CUSTOM UADS TO ORDER rangements in Grayson county; likeand special arithmetic. terprise that purpose to pand cr to Cream Balm cured it. Marsus Geo. to Louisville, reaching direct or mak is war and ruwise in Hardin there in? close connections for pnicip.il An averago per cent of seventy and prey upon tho ignorance and pre- Sbautz P.ahway. N J Dop's ildcnU Suits, Sizes to 15, points mors of war in tbo free silverite camp, toltb Extra pair of pants, $2.98 CuaranlMd to U midt from AU Wool, must be obtaiued by the applicant, judice of tho well meaning "Why haven't I a 600 acre farm as Fancy but poorly silver wing of the SOUTH & WEST and altogether tho Thtu Sulll irt GUA RANI E t D to t nu4 from Imperttd Wocitnl Brown, Cray. PLick, of Bit Cord! Chatbt. unless he bo ono who has been honor informed portion lain! Wool Uvkt. In 01ik. Bltu, Guy. tni Blown, In ilit, from well as that man riding by in his car- on its own nnd conneclitiij bnes.in of tho people. It ll, linad flnUliad In the F.rnurIn Salui. Democratic party poeents a pretty I to 9 you of in. M4, up with Siilor trimmed and with Importedbeat ol Cutom ably discharged from the Militiary or presumes upon the lack of informa- riage?" yelled a CoUir ColLr fjtuy c mt U, ltd lintd with bil DIji k lfe,t anarchist eluding Vlcksburg nnd Jack-oTailor manner You cannot duplicate II In "kettle of fiah." Twill S.tftn and I'ltci Wittt binds. Trlmminj anj Work, Naval service by reason of disability tion, the blind partizatiship of its orator as he glanced at the crowd. Miss , Baton Roupe and N.itchcz La , rvwwwaiir.iage, 3Utf)4l0 4,J, mimhlp ih vrry bnl. Sim, in Mm for aits u to 11 ytui. .. H.it.r. t B.l ,w. wkho.t Sailer ciuar. ThaurnodaraaJfor Youth's, ) nc "Because he saved $600 and bought Little Rock and Hot boring. Alk , wounds or sickuess in to IS, In l.ong rente, Coat and Veil, " Mr. J. 0. 8. Blackuurs announc resulting from encourages the schemes of Waco, Foit Worth. Dallas, Houkton feOTa ThliSiyW .rttjv to 0 ed that he would uot be a candidate curred in the line of duty; the latter tho practical politicians with their his farm' when' it co-- t him $1 an acre and San Antonio, Tex , and points on ,, I dCfe. O How to O) meaiuM for Iflll fUt-- b l<Sl ffk r?fcT?Tl I!tesit4 IX) 4 wl'h '""a IfSfS C3 for Governor if Governor Bradley being required to obtain a grado of G5 faces turned rosolutely nnd persistent- and you poured your $60 down your the Pacific Coast. It alio has through 2 Mtn'a and iX J throat," responded n man on the passenger trains and fist efficient Senator, per cent. should ohanco to be elected ly toward tho public crib. It is an daily ice from New Orexaminations Semi annual are attempt tn oiiblgn the Democratic back seat, and the orator asked no double Jackson, ser which shows that Mr. Blackburn is a Memphis and poin.g leans, more conundrums. ChlcsgoTribune. South and West on its own ami conman of good judgment and foresight. held in each Reve'nue District on the party, its traditions,, principles and necting lines to third Saturday of Match and Sep- purposes to the deadly enemies of No Democrat could bo elected GovRemember we do the very best Job LOUISVILLE, ernor of Kentucky this yoar, much tember in each year. American inntutions, and rivet upon printing at the lowest living prices CINCINNATI, After an examination (ho names of it tho Mr. J. 0. B. Blackburn. & ST. LOUIS CHICAGO less stigma ot one of the most colosSllcliliiuu lo TrXHK. thoso obtaining the required averago sal fulliosand making direct connections with palpable frauds, the igIs unrqualed as a That Ex -- Senator David B. Hill says aro placed on tho list as eligibles, in norance or ingenuity ot man over con" spring medicine testified by a great through trains for all points is NORTH & EAST "Ho is a tho order of their grades. This list is ceived. Silveriim. anarchy, sociaof President McKinloy: many people every spring. When including St. Louis, Chicago, llufljlo, ideas. kept at headquarters in Washington. strong man, of force and clear lism, revolution in nearly every branch one is run down, listless and tired, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Boston, New He is a strong partisan, and I see that In the event a Collector wishes to ot government affairs and private re- depressed with that peculiarly dis- York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and some peoplo have been criticising make au appointment be signifies his lations, aro to bo turned loose on tho tressing trouble popularly known as Richmond. V v.. . ' J reel blraforit. That is foolish. He al. intention to the Civil Service Com- people, iikcaoagecf noxious birds Spring Fever, Pe ru na should always WttNUft vestibule trains through Solid When ordering lend I'oat Office, Bspreit Mk (On 5 wfM V? one o' the S mission nt Washington nnd tho names ways has been aggrowivo nnd no one Honey Ordef of Kcitlelered lettera, elao buOet sleeping cats through tree to corrupt, poison nnd do troy. But be taken, ns it Is sure to give prompt If large or email age at ta.t birthday, IgJ W, t? W 54; IhlrgManu- In- I reclining chair cars can expect blm to change now. He ot thoso who stand the hignest on the it i ton la's for The Dispatch to do and permanent relief. Money checrrutly refunVrd If for h'e ae 'aciurera flftfc Wl . wl ? Sendlc eiamnafof tam JBmRa net aatUfactory Commis" America. JaX S S M is a mau of tipe experience, and his list aio sent to him by tho Lena I,. Stoll, Adrian, Mich., writes measure rr.ea.unne War k plea le much damage. Its tinio has pasted. Particulars ol your local railroad " L.J knowledge of men and affairs will sioners; from thoeo three tho apIt will be born out ot season, and un- ns follows: "It affords me much , ticket scent In apply, pointment must be made. pleasure to testify to the merits of 8 G. Hatch, Div. Pass. Agent, Cin stand him in good stead now." less lis stockholders present or prosing for a place in the Internal Rove-nu- e I can sneak in the ' cinnati .Nollcr. pective waut to contribute their mite .vour Pe . . . . ... If you are owlrgus on rubsctlptlon Div. Pass. Agent, sorvice it is uselou to obtain the nignesi terms 01 it, uaving usca it 'Jno A. Scott, All paitles Indebted to the estate ol we will Mr. M. A.Hanna, the uowly elect-oi- l to the cause through charitable Memphis, appreciate It If you will drop for five years as a spring medicine endorsement of some prominent ReDr. J. B. Pendleton, deceased, by n and p up Senator from Ohio, and who was they had better bury their ly p a.. Chicago, note, account, or otherwise, are herewith great benefit to myself and I A. II Hanson, o. unceasingly abused by free silverora-to- ra publloins, because the, appointment ooin in a holo in the ground. Unloes recommend it to my friends with like W. A. Kbllond, a o p a., Louisville is made on tho merit ot tho applito call on me nnd make by notified and organs, Inn recently shown some thuif appropriates it, it will be rranlta ' I H. jitll.irt. .. Hasttflnrl., ........... cant's examination. the best settlement they can It will j. ... himsilf to be a larije hearted, honorworth more in revly cam, one year Aurora Bulctins iDon't act filly tn be impossible for me to call on all Tex., the opposite end of the contl- To besuio hotnuit be recommended He gives tho whole able geutleraau. hence, than the fame amount invented nenti cor,0borotcs her statement as owly If a bill Is presented to you. parties indebted to the estate in per Comas to his honesty aud physical ability of bis salary as Senator to hii private in the metropolitan free silver Daily follows: "I purchased a bottle of Remember that the (tvor wan from son, and unless this notice is lictdtd Scretary. His wholo oonduct slnco to f! 1 the podium for 'which ho as. Disiiatrh. f Daily Tress. and it was used by by my 1 elf your creditor, and that you ate the within a reasonable time I shall be As long as tho civil service he 00 mo under tho fire of free rilvor piros. He gave compelled, In the discharge cf my duand wife ns a spring medicine. I party under obligations. IIiiiI.Icii'h Imleii mud batteries has beeu such as to con lulosare cu forced recommendations consider it the best dollars's worth I you goods that he bad to pay money ties as executor of Dr Pendleton's esThe Bft Salve In the wotld for vince all reasonable men that ho is go for naught. ever bought. My wife has used yout for and took your word that you tate, to place his claims In the hands ' President MoKlnley has shown a Cuts, bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt remedies with gratl.fying results." the essencoand quintesence of courtot wou'd repay him. Therefore be courteUbtum, Fever Sores, Tetttr, Chapped of au officer for collection in older to disposition to ndhore to the civil eerv- - Hands, Chilblains. If you can't settle said eetate within the time reCorns, and all By nnd gentlemanly bearing, One of Dr. Hartman's latest books, ous and frank with him loerulot, ami already many Skin Rntptlous, and positively cures treating on the catarrhal diseases pepay tell blm squarely and limtwuly Thrice-a-wee- k W B RtiNiiKK. quired by law Piles, or no pay required. It is era have been tlitxtppoiutuil, culiar to tprlng, will be sent free to why you ciu't do so and be sure that guarautF-eto give perfect ratisfaction K Perdletou, iltc'd KxecutorotJ If Drug your reason Is ttuthltil nnd vlcd Pi ire 35 cents any address by The Pe a or money refunded UertUBuaUUrrup. TnUaaUvod. Uaoffl ir St Mcllenry. At the office or The l'lcwitltijs aludii. is ui Soil' h Car-ril- l ptrtvix. I'or sale by Williams & Manutacturing Company. Columbus, you can't pay all, pay ft oatt, tm n In tlpjia. Sou hf dronrutta. HI Hell, 29 tf ton. any event don't be a chump aud kick 13 1 yr. O. The term of j "Merit talk" tho MM B lntrlnile valut of IIood'sBampirlUa. A well known Populist floated into Merit In mexllclno means the power to t'ie Sice of the Evening Press this euro. Hood's Banaparilla possesses actual morning and without fl word of ex- and UQoquallcd curative power and thereplanation said, "We want you to go fore It has trno merit. When you bay Hood's Bnnuipnjllla.snd to Ohm county and bust up that fus- - to directions, to parity take it according your blood, or jon You can do it like you did here. euro any of the many blood diaoaacs, yon What we want is a straight ticket or are morally certain to rooclro benefit. none at all. The leaders up there Tho power to core Is there. You aro not have betrayed the party, nnd their trying an experiment. It will make your blood pure, rloh and nourishing, and thns sell out ought to be broken up." He drive out the germs ot dlseoso, strengthen was a stranger, but when he told his the nerves and build upthowholoayatem. name he was remembered as a good old middle of the roader. He was told that he was In the wrong place, and that he was evidently hunting Mr. James, who has gotten to the top of the. stack In running his party. He said it made no difference. He Is the beat, In fact the One Trno Dlood rurUlor. rreparodonly by a I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. did not regret what he had said, and or would say it to anybody. He conHood's Pills SWrltlffiSkfiff, no. cluded his rematks by saying that the more the Populists thou 3 lit about The Ntnle ol fusion the les3 they wanted it, and It is the old story ol slowly climbthat they were going to get out a ing a very steep hill. ' Through full ticket nnd get the largest vote steadly increasing," says Dun's ReOwens-bor- o this yearthey had ever had view, "business still is much below Press. its volume in former years ol prosperity." In 1892 we were upon a pinnacle whence we surveyed the o.vni: nu.v. Last Tuesday Mr. J. II. Wright and world and counted, the greater part as Miss Nannie Jamison were married at tributary to our prosperity. We the home of the bride's father, Rev. made one stupendous blunder, and Acton performing the ceremony. almost Instantly fell into a slough of Mr. Wright Is a hlggly respected gen- despondency and adversity. It will tleman while his bride is a winsome take time and labor and favorable young lady, possessing all the traits clrcumsuce to regain our former of true womanhood arid will make a position of supremacy. But we are good wife for t'ae man of her choice. climbing upward, slowly, it is true May happiness be theirs. but nevertheless perceptibly. Rev. J. D. Duncan filled his regular It Is a good sign that men again appointment here Saturday and Sun- are borrowing money for use in inday. Anderson. dustrial enterprises. Nothing can be more indicative ot a revival of con. fidence. There is quite nn increase ni runout tin ol activity In the dry goods nnd iron HIT tfUtUf 2&S2&: M trades, and these ate sure barometers of commerce. The wool trade is more brisk than at any period since the I'opnllitn Dcmnnde. Washington, March 22. The Pops repeal ofthe McKinley tariff, and ulist members of the House havehe'.d brices tend upward. Wheat too has a caucus to discuss the policy of the advanced in price, though the departy In this Congress, and as a res mand has not been unusually great. suit have sent to Speaker Reed a let- There is quite a notable decrease in ter requesting that they be recogniz- the number of failures. The stock ed in the debate and through com market has been irregular, but the mittee appointments as a distinct week's average does not indicate a factor el the minority. There was decline of confidence. among the few much dissatisfaction Chicago has had its share of the Populists in the last Congress be-- , gains otthe week. Dun's Review cause they were, as a party organizastates that "contracts for several tion, ignored, and they are planning great buildings are pending, and for to wage a campaign for position in material for a good many bridges and Congress The letter to Mr. Reed other railway works. The record is states that the Populist party is well encouraging, if not satisfactory. established in every State in the EnteisOceau. Union, based upon cieatly enunciated My Ne iRhbtir Told He principles, different in many essenAbout hood's Sarsaparilla and advised tials from any other political organ me to try it This is the king of adizatlon; that at the last election they vertising which gives Hood's Sarsacast about 2.000,000 votes, or more parilla the largest sales in the world. than of that of the United Friend tells lriend that Huod's SarStates; that they elected Governors in saparilla cures; that gives it strength, the States ot Kansas, Nebraska, South health, vitality and vigor, and whole Dakota, Montana and Washington; neighborhoodsuse it as a family medhave eight Senators, namely. Allen, icine. Stewart, Jones of Nevada, Butler, Hood's Pills act easily and clompt-l- y Harris cf Kansas, Kyle and Heitfeld; on the liver and bowels. Cures have between twenty one and twenty-seve- n sick headache Conmembers of the Fifty-fiftgress, namely, Howard, Barton, "What is home without a newspasimpson, Castle, Botkin, Stark, Pe- per?" asked an exchange. It is a ters, Sutherland, Ridgely, Greene, place where old hats are stuffed into MarVincent, McCormlck, Skinner, broken windows, where the wife tin, Stroud. Fowler, Kelley, Shuford, looks like a bag of wool with a string Kuowles, Gunn and Bell. around the center, where the husband They also, claim Baker of Illinois, has a basket panorama palnt&I on bis Jones of Washington, Maxwell of Ne- shirt front and the neglected children braska, Todd of Michigan and one wipe their noses on their jacket member from Indiana. sleeves. Fusion. Merit CtllC I I Come to Hartford and buy your Spring Goods from the New Cash Store of TZ z Cltl IV9 vjJj Ei COiJ 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla Trn. Wo wish to say to tho public that our now Spring Goods aro all in and open ready for inspection. Wo aro simply asking for business that will save buyers motioy. Tho prices aro right. on every article in our cntiro stock. We will please you in this direction as you woro never plcaso before. Below we give you a few of our many bargains: STAPLG DRY GOODS. Good cMIco . HeatvVdou,esilc Sea Island domestic Diess gingham . . Apron gingham Yaid wide pcrcal Black satine NOTION-DHPARTMBN- T. ' ! ' ' .' ! ! ! .' uoon parous Plaldcotton ...7c CLOTHING DltPARTMUNI. No wheie in the county will you Th,8 ,e,mtment is full ot bargains Sc find a line ol clothing to compile Ladles bUck hose ' It Indies heavy black hose .toe wilh outs In prices and quality. sc SC .' ! Mens cotton socks childieun suits 6 to 13 ears . . 65c 50 ' ' ' ' sc " " 6 to .3 yrs better grade 95c -y c Youths suits from . . . $l 75 to $3 so MMfc 10c Youths all wool suits . f 3 00 to $8 00 10c Men9 nml lW,Ue8 from, peieal shirts worth 50 for 35 Mens black woistted fj 00 4c " Best ' 75c for . , 50c 10c " " casslmere (extra fine) . $8 00 ' goal work shirts '. . . ft 50 2UC Mens all wool pants. . " dril'iug drawers 15c " white unlaundred shirts . . 350 Mens jeans pants . . . 90c 15c hnndlcerchiefo , for 5C Good cottonade nants aRc . . . 23c 2 St OO k,u gloves . ttf- - al,Mn1, naif In nrtmn nti.1 w "" M ir Give I2)c Ladles belts i,.ii. ust look and we ate sure to sell ,ii- -, 1 . 1 r iaiiuiv.0 ikn"Vi cuaw 4c ". ... f "lre rfl.b, .V,. S ... ST ... ... T. .... .... OASTOXUA. We want to do business with you and are willing to give you all the bargains we can get. Our goods are all new and bought with the cash. So visit us at once and wo will show you the nicest and cheapest line of goods in Ohio county. Yours Respectfully, We want your Eggs, Feathers, Wool and Ginseng. J. E. FOGLE&CO. h ToandFTOmBeaverDam. Q. Illinois (Jen. Memphis few Orleans letter-writin- g i r.u-l- l. d 1 rj fgja -- na jfi J...i pull-ma- USE h.r! n frr-- ls$& i ru-n- a. ..... f '. t - ' I J I . i Snl. Tho .Republican and lefOuisvillo mercial both ono year fur 81.25. Republican s The and N, ru-n- 1" 1 World $1,65 per year, Y. for I z iiMn''-itlnmtnnnii&- - jt P5s a HE2EHl-- 2 eJEEEffl 'P" ' w- . - - See Carson & Co's ad. PRING FAIR & COMPANY Wish to say to their friends that thoir Gn-tir- !alr & Co's ad will interest bu, Carson Sc Awarded Igfettt Honors World'a Pair. We are Kow ,eo.dy FOR THE Sec our new I tats Co. 'IDR Lots ol new slices at Carson & Co's. Dr. J. S Coleman was in Louisville this week. o SPBSliO TiMBE CREAM. lino of Spring Goods are in and ready No where in the county for inspection. can you find a line A nice Umbrella for 50c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Big Bargains Fogle & Go's. ot J. E. EQUAL IN DUALITY2 mmm Absolutely Puro. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and healthfulness Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. Royal Baking Powdbr Co., Nuw York. Read J. E. Fogle & Co's ad. Trade with J. It Foglc & Co Subscribe lor Tiirt Republican. See the New Shoes at Schapmlre'a. See our show goods. Carson & Co The very best garden seeds at A.D. Men's Cottonade rants for 48c at J. E. Foglc & Co's. Mr. M. L. Ileavrln was in Ovvcns-bor- o this week. Call on E. L. Biilllngton for a good A BAKING torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. We have just stocked up on AND PRICE Romemher wo carry nothing but goods and can guarantee to our customers entire satisfaction in first-clas- s MOST PERFECT MADE. p'ire Gr ape Cream of Tirtar Powder. PMffl IN OUR LINE Free shave or hair trim, . 35c buys a White Unlaundred Shirt And it order to make things move we give you a few prices: Binglo Width wonted sells 36 inch ono half Henrietta worth 36 inch all wool eergo worth 36 inch nil wool caalimcro worth Challies all wool ono way Challics nil wool ., 36 inch novelty drets goods worth 36 Inch porcalo, best quality, worth 36 inch Iloosicr cotton, by the bolt, worth 36 inch Sen Island cotton worth Good calico worth Men suits.. Boys suits - Style, Qa&liiy-- a AND PRICE , Good calico Apron checked glngams Dress style Ginghams Finest grade ginghams Good shitting Heavy domestic Best bed ticking Good cotton jeans Turkey red table linen Best white carpet chain Best colored carpet chain White's. Yard wide Bleach for 5c at J. & Co's Good Bedtlcking for at J. E;. 4c Fogle & Co's. Two handkerchiefs tor 5c at J. E. 5c 5c Foglc & Co's. 8c 5C Note Our Prices: 7c D. M. Ferry's standard garden seeds at Fate Bros. Sec our prices on wool goods. Sc 5c Carson Big line of Ladies' Fogle & Co's. & Co. ioc ' 15c 15c 17c Belts at J. B 4 PJaH Cottons for 4c peryard at J.E. Fogle & Co's. 65c buys u Suit lor your boy at J.H. Fogle & Co's. Lidles black hose Lidles heavy gray hose '. Good corsets Good double Iron t overalls Mens heavy box Ladies finchandkerchlefs . . '. . . . . Great big bordered handkerchiefs 5c 7)c 5c 5c Wc sell 39c 48c date. 5c Ladles belts Mens good shirts Boys suits Youths suits long pants Mens all wool pants Mens all wool suits ioc 35c 650 $200 r. $A 5c 00 from this Carson & Co. Turkey RedTableLlnen at :5c at J. E. Fogle & Co'a. New York State early seed potatoes at A. D. White's. Good Suits of Clothes (or $3 50 at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Dress and Apron Ginghams for 5c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. for cash only Don't fail to visit us this spring. your eges, feathers, etc. Hariford gemple of fashions, Bet- Men's Work Shirts from 35c to 50c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Mr. J. S. Field, of Louisville, vlsN ted relatives in Hartford this week. Sam Casebiei, the 'bus driver, will take you all the way, day or night. Shoes, Shirts. Ties, Collars, Cuflj, Pnfitft.Rrtflra nnrt ITnls nt Rehnnmtre'fl. A. D. White has a lull line ol hard-warstoveware, &c. Give him a call. e, ter selection, bigger stock lower prices than any house in Ohio county. We want ! I FAIR & CO. Farming implements Horeo-shneing Buy a Blrdsell wagon lront J. H. Patton. Cora 'taken in exchange at market prices. Remember my grocery stock is complete and my prices nre the very A D.Wihtb !at July wo are still headquarters tor all lowest. ' Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t Mr. W. M. Fair, ol Fair & Co., Uft kinds of Monday for the Eastern Cities to purchase a line ot spring goods for his firm. Best quality of Steel and Chilled Plows. Both Walking and Ridiug Brokers. Mr J C Woodward, who has with and Planters, Riding and Walking Cultivators Corn Drill, Check-roabovo been nt Morgantown for the past few without tongues, Dim Harrows, Fencing Wire plain and barbed. All months, is quite sick at his home First-clas- s repairing near Beda Implements are guaranteed to bo of tho beat quality. n specialty, also a full lino of ol all kinds dono promptly. Wantrd To borrow $600.00 on lerliliiers lor oats, corn, tobacco and wheat. You will find us at our old property worth 4 times the amount. Call on or address A. B , care Tub stand on First and Railroad St. Corao In and sec us. Rbpubucan. Hartford, Ky. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, BEAVER "Wo Soil Goods Too." 22 pounds $l 00, 5, 6 cofTec $1 standard granulated sugar and 7 pounds good green k fr $ n 00, Arbuckles 15c, good can Clarks O N. T. 2 spools tor jc, best colored carpet warp 17c. white 15c, good calico at 2jc, 3 and 4. Fancy at 5c. Best Columbia shirting 6c. apron check ginghams cloth 5C domestic 4C lancy table oil zinc trunks $1 50 Furniture J7C and chairs lots of 'em, tables sof is and fine rockers. No 7 step stoves $4 50. a fine double oven$8 25, lust washing waohines (2 75. best sewing machines on the market f o, clothing at your own price. We have famous Oliver Flows and other kinds cheap. Also big lot clover and Grass seeds. Write for samples pud prices. corn sc Mouiiiu ad, Jonbs St Co. Ceutietown, Ky, U.NIO.N. Rev. A. J. Williams preached two Interesting sermons at this place Saturday and Sunday. The Misses Flencrs, of Giaham, were the guests of Miss Nettle Rogers Sunday. Miss Mary Taylor, of Horton. visited here Sunday. Miss Siddle Davidson, who has been visiting relatives In Louisville for some time, returned home last week, Mr. J. L. Rogers and wife, who have been visiting friends and relatives at this place, returned to their home In Greenville last week. Mrs. Joe Reid U ou the sick list Mrs, Fulton is sick. Mrs Magdolen Rogers, who has been sick for several Mr. T. M Mor days, la Improving. tonTs Improving. S B P. Loaf, Nimyrcl orMtolen One Jeisey milch cow, 7 years-old- , blown on sides and back, has short horns, long, heavy tail, unmasked, In good condition low, heavy-set- , She left home ou when last seen. the 16th of last month and wbeu last Anyone seen was in Beaver Dam. finding her will be rewarded by Geo. W, Thompson. Beaver Dam. 33U Mr. Rhea Armstrong the popular DAM, KY. traveling salesman for W. B. Belknap & Co., of Louisville, was in We are looking for a new lot of tovn Sunday and Monday. short lengths of good calico to sell at Mr. A. D. White has just received 4c at Carson & Co's. the most complete cooking stove that was ever brought to Hartford. It TW. VkltW tin burns coal oil, is perfectly harmless, HB11I slrutus and will cost only about 3 cents a day vf&l&J&l! to do the cooking for n family. No OI.ATO.N. dust, no dirt, no black. It is comMr. John Allen1 went to Horse plete in e7ery particular, and every Branch Thursday. family ought to have one for summer Mr. G W. Bond who has been in use. Louisville for some time returned last The revival meeting at the Baptist Sunday. Mr John McDanlel, ot near Spring Church began Monday night under the leadership of Dr. John H. Boyet, Lick, Is vising bis son Mrs. Mollle Taylor, of Beaver Dam, of Lexington. The interest has been good from the first sermon and conis visiting in tho neighborhood. Dr. Mr. O S. Bond accompanied by R. tinues to widen and deepen. McDanlel, left Thursdiy night for Boyet is a favorite with our people, E many ot whom remember the great New York with 3,500 chickens. Mr. John Dugon and Miss Lizzie revival in which he labored here In His sermons are clear cut, Cooper were married at ir o'clock 1890. convincing and powerful. It Is to be Golda. last Sunday. greatly desired that the meeting may have the united and faithful support of the Christian people generally and that it may result In building up the moral and spiritual welfare of toe town mid community. Services 3 and 7 p. m. OASTOIl See that it is there! This is the trade-mark gen-nol- flRAHAM. Fogle & Co's. Mr. and Mrs.Lum Martin and little Men's good Drilling Drawers for son spent Sunday with Mrs. Leona 20c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Stewart. Miss T.eotha Flener has been visitJ. E. Fogle & Co. want your Eggs, ing her sister,' Mrs. R. Martin, the Feathers and Ginseng. Bring your chickens, eggs, feath- past few weeks. Misses Eva Taylor and Hortense ers and wool to Carson & Co, Rogers, Beaver Dam, visited iriends Hats 35c; shirts 25c; men's fine in this neighborhood recently. shoes $1 Cash at Schapmlre'a. School at this place Is progressing nicely. Mr. J. A, Newcome, representing Great Interest Is manifested by both the Louisville Commercial, was in pupils nnd patrons. The ladles espetown this week. , cially deserve great praise for their We will close but' winter Underwear zeal and energy in the cause of educaat 25 per cent discount. tion. Their visits to the school are Carson & Co. a source of encouragement to both Martin Flener We will not make any more tickets teacher and pupils. or keep books alter this date. Don't and Enos Ennis were absent a few days on account of sickness. Carson & Co. ask for credit. Those entering the examination at We are going to quit the clothing the close of the first term received Now Is the time to buy a business. grades as follows: Lunle Leach 87, suit at Carson & Co's. Columbus Flener 92, Clarence James Miss Catha Craig, who has been 86, Martin Flener 87, Oicar Flener spending the winter with her sister, 75, Mert Smith 73,Roscoe Wilson 80, Mrs. T. L. Griffin, left Monday for R. James 92, R. Leach 82, Harrison her home at Ensor, Ky. Flener 92, Finis James 75, Stone Martin 95, Harry Flener oo.tHattie Leach Mrs. C. M. Barnett left this mornR. ing for Frankfort, where she wltt join 86, Gerty Leach 96. her husband, Hon. C. M. Barnett, NARROWS. Rev. Oldham filled his regular apand spend a few days at the State's pointment nt Dufl's creek on SaturCapital. All wool serge 25c, all wool cash-- , day and Sunday. Mr. E. H. Cooper, of Rockvale, wool cashmere :6c, all mere 25c, and Mrs. Mollle Duncan, of near this percalsoc, good calico 4c, cotton warp matting 20, food matting 12c, best place, were quietly married at the french ginghams apron ging- home of the bride's father on the 18th, Rev. Fentress officiating. They will ham sc, Hoosier cotton 4c. make their home in Butler county. & Co. Carson The contest in the Magisterial race The following named persons have for the nomination ended on the 20th paid their subscription to The Re- and Mr. Cbancelor was the man publican since our last issue: W.F. cho'en to battle with Popocrat Evans. Wright, S. E. Wallace, S. E. Bennett, Miss Nettie Wilson, Olaton, was Chas. Parks, Hartford; J. L. Taylor, J visiting the Misses Truman this Nash, Tcx, C. K. Reneer, Center-tow- n; week. Louis XIV. Jno. Nix, Sulphur Springs; II. C. Shaver, F A. Shaver, L. D. BenDr G.B.Slack.Loulsvllle.ls in town. nett, Mrs. Mildred Bennett, Beds; A Woinnii' Worg. D. J. Rhoads, Beaver Dam; Rhea A forlorn looking girl with a short Armstrong, Louisville; O. E. Scott, PrentlsjJ. S. Bartlett, Henderson; G. brown dress and scanty skimpy garW. Long, Frankfort. You ought to ments straggled into the court house this afternoon and told a tale pathetic have your name on this list. enough to maka wooden Indian sob convulsively. At her heels lagged a AffaliKt ruilon Westerfibu), Ky., March 22, '97. little fat boy clad in ragged garments The time is close at hand for the and looking hungryand tired. There will the were traces of teats on the faces of Democratic convention, remnant of the Populist party be side- both tracked by the leaders of that party, "Say, mister," she said pleadingly as a Populist lam not willing to have to Clint Griffith, "will you please tell our Plow and Hammer disgraced by the ca ounty jedge tei come out here that old Rooster. Populist are you a bit?" not aware that this proposed fusion is She was directed to the office of the very uncredltable, there is nothing judge, but the gentleman was absent honorable about It. at the time. Then she seated herself The Populist as a party should be ou a bench to wait. The little boy independent of every other party, let sat beside her, and together they its action be controled by its own made a most abject picture of misery sentiments. The Populist party re- and want. Every heart was touched. minds me of the floating votes, It is "My name's Addle Young," she hard to tell what we are going to do. said, "an I came from in the I nae this expression solely for the country. I'm ninteen years old nu' purpose of letting my fellow Populist this air my boy. He's past five. know what public sentiment says. No, I ain't got no home, no friends, As a patty let us act In the coming no kin, no nothln'." Then she covered her face with her convention as one who expects to live and be known lu the coming history hands and wept bitterly for a few minutes. When she was somewhat K. II. M. as an honorable party. composed she said: New Prohibition Netvner. "Mam died when I was a baby, an' A meeting ol Prohibitionists inter-este- d papdldn'tdietelll was most thirteen. in the establishment of a week- I married BUI Young an' we worked ly Prohibition papers In this city will ou h farm an' got 'long all right tell be held atOdd Fellows' Hall-Mr- . be died. Then me'n little Bill didn't W. M, Likens, of Beaver Dam, have no home, an' they drive us out. Ohio county, editor of "The Gleaner, I alters hcerd 'at a judge war a migha weekly paper devoted to the inter- ty good man, an' I jes know he ain't ests of Prohibition, Is in the city and er goln' back on me'n little Bill." will make a proposition It was clear she had never been to looking to the establishment ol a a city before and that she had no Idea State-editof the Gleaner in this whet she was going to do or expected city. The ladles of the W. T. C U. the fudge to do lor her. It Is a worhave agreed to use n pa? e in this thy case lor charity, however, and edition and many leading prohlbK the woman is young, strong and willtlonistshave already agreed to take ing to work. It is expected the good Courier-Journstock. people will do something fur her. Owensboro Press. The followinganouncemeut of Rev. VOINT ri.UANANT. Sam Jones for a- collection In an AtGreen river is slowly leaving us church tueetUfjr has an air of lanta I culture and an odor of refinement nt many saw logs are pasting out similar to that which we suppose for the Evansvllle log market It was Mr. Elmer Brown and Miss and contributed to the education mob Belle Whltnker that were married at pleasure of the that attended the late prize fight. Mr. Harding, instead of Brown and at J.E. .;... 10c our prico 7c 25c our prico 10c 35c our prico 25o 50c our price 25c 15c 30o 50o our prico 25o 12 Jo'our prico 9c ...5c our price 4c Co 6c our prico 5c our price 4c $2 50 GOo , ... .' White carpet warp. . ., Colored carpet warp Cotton warp matting worth Good matting worth I40 16c 35c our price 20c 18c our price 12o These prices are for CASH or good (Jocmiry And no other proposition will be considered. frodnee I 7c, e We are going to close out our And quit that'part of the business C O 5 H N ,If pu need a suit this is your chance. cut the price on everything and you will find it to your interest to come with your cash to see us. We have -- mMw CARSON Owrimboro Produce Market. Cash prices paid by Owensboro mer- & Bottom Out. " goo.dcalico(sbortlength)2c best calico, 41 Below we give a few of our many chants: Bacon-H- ams bargains. country Shoulders Sides Lard Country produce-Bu- tter Eggs 4iSi 55tfc 4K5 89c New feathers 33034 2O022C Beeswax Tallow .3c Ginseng per lb . . , . . $2 75 Honey Tub washed wool 2o22c Greased wool 14 15c 8&ioc Burry wool Dried fruit-Ap- ples 2,'fC ionc ioi6 so2 ioi2c Peaches, unpealed Poultry-Chick- ens, 4c live per lb Rooster Turkeys, live per Grain-Clo- lb 68 . $i 2c 1 5c ver, per bushel ht Timothy, per bushel Rek Top, per bushel Orchard grass ... oo3 75 75 55c 4 c Hoosier factory cotton (any lengtb)4 c " Good Bleached 4 c Hope " 6 c " Best Cheviot Shirting, 6;c Best Fancy Table Oil Cloth Tobacco Cotton, 1 c Best White Carper Chain .15 c " "Colored 17 c All our Checked Ginghams 5 c Good fancy Dress Ginghams, 5 c " India Linen, 5 c filling Cashmere, 10 c Silk filnish Henrietta, only 20 c Mens' Good Work Pants, " 45 c Chllds' " Suits, 75c and $1.00 " Mens' only $4 00 " ' Step Stoves, Complete J6 25 2 Spools O. N. T. Thread for 5 c Ladies Good Fast Black Hose 5 c " " Vests,- - 5 and 10 c XXXX and Arblckle Coffee 15 c Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for ft 00 Good Trace Chains, pair, 25 c " Recleaned CloverSeed, $4.25 1000 yds. 1000 yds. 2500 yds. 3c I7c All-wo- ht or al. bullet-heade- which is on the wrapper (salmon-co- l ored; 01 every bottle of the HRSraKL ne SCOTT'S EMULSION. i ?r - ' ' Be sure this Is on the package, and that nothing: else Is palmed off on you when you ask for It. Nothing-- has been made that equals It to give strength and solid flesh to those who are run down or emaciated. Your doctor will tell you that It U the one food for all those whose weight Is below the standard of health. Put up la 50 ct. and $1.00 ibex, and told by all druggist. SCOTT A BOWNE, Nw Ywk. The fanners nrejjteatly behind vith their work on account of the heavy rains and high water. The prospects for wheat are better than was anticipated notwithstanding the light snow protection.- Mr. Win. McConuel and wife, Beaver Dam, visited relatives here last rveek. txiiA'.vo. Mr. Charlie Stergeon has the position of mote on the Steamer Gayoso. Dr G L Everly has bought, fenced and Is prcpatlng to uulld a nice dwelling house on Osdar street. Mr V. B. Morton returned from Greenville Saturday. Mr. Janus Eudaley's broken leg the hat." has been worse this week than for some time past. Rev J.N Richardson preached at the church Sunday night. Sunday School was organized heie for Infants and Children. Sunday, and will begin the the firtt ol the quarter, April 4th. tmr I New Hats for men at Carson's Mr Vig Morton went to Itvsnsvllte vri;;iu Co's. Saturday night. I.oi'is. The Reverend Samuel would consult good taste by vaulting from the pulpit into the prize ring; "Now, brethcrn," said Mr. Jones, ' inevitable "comes that ubiquitous, collection. It must be taken up, for some of you fellows seem to preter tp give in doses. You seem to be dealing in homeopathy, instead of allopa thy. Some of you fellows give a penny und have your whole family sjttlng by you, you old hound. Some of you'possumeared rascals pay a quarter to go into the peanut gallery ot the theater, and won't give a nlckleto this cause. If you haven't any tuoney, give us a lock of your hair. If you are bildheaded, spit iu Whltlnghll. W. K. James is visiting his er Ed II. Juniss, of Cromwell. , $t 40 bushel Oats, i802oc 20c Corn 80c Wheat . Vegetables Potatoes, new, per bushel 30c 6c Cabbage, per head Live stock 00 Hogs $s 2 00 Sheep $2 oo3 co Cattle $3 00 Calves Green hides 5Cc Dry flint Dry salted 801 ic . IS03OC Sheepskins Coonskins 2o5oc 5OC0I 00 Foxsklns ioc Opossum skins $s oo06 00 Ottor skins Mink dicing 25065c pr Jones & Pleasant Ridob, Ky. Morehead, .... 73 Remember that we buy butter, bacon and eggs, bams, chickens, laid; in fact all kinds of country produce for which we pay the highest market priced. Pats Duos. Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. A. Convlnclnc Teettmonlal. iot2c broth- K. 0. T.ivormnri-hnr- ColTman has moved from b fn Ills firm nfir iim. CASTORIA gr Mrs J. W. Tlcbenor has gone on a vinit to relatives and friends In Alabama. Mrs. Scott Everly, of McLean county, Is on a vlilt to friends here. Will and Ben Edwards, of Live is more, spent a short time with us this wt ek. Mr. Nat Llndley, of near here, and Miss Maggie Asbby, of near Rock-por- t, were married at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. last Thursday evening. We exteud our best wishes to them, even itwe are not an optimist. Mr. Frank Hacket contemplates leaving his farm and moving bask to Livermore and aid in the management ot his fathers mill at that place. Mr. L. II. Condit has returned Louis. from his trip to Evansvllle. l About AilvrrlLlur, An ad is never too long when it is all Interesting. Each ad shouldlbe different but not indifferent. Good advertising will keep a busU ness man on his teet. Truth lu advertising may be stronger than fiction, but its much better. The ad that Is too briefly written cannot have a too brief existence. If the right ad Is in the right place the results are certain to be right. It is better to say too much In your al than not enough to be understood. The ad that Is followed by a string of customers will do to tie to. A spring tonic in the of a liberal is timely just dose of advertising, now. One ol Geo F. Oram's New UnU versa! Atlas. It is the very best and Will sail finest Atlas that is made office. Apply at cl cap for cum Muss Eixa Ectrx. t uffertd from heart trou"Voi U je treeted by ble. Daring that time I fire different pbytlolans. All ot them eouU not U evrtd. I was cltlmod that I greatly troubled with ihortneas ot breath, nd pain In the aide. It tbo-eam-e palpitation excited, or exerted uynelt In the laaat, At the pain In mj aide became rery Mrere.tAoot-(Uraea It aeemed aa though nuMtt vxn (Aroui my rtJ. Sometime In the month ot Norember last. I commenced taking M A DR. MILES' HEART CURE for Mnle. and tinea then I hare tmprojwl steadily. I can now sleep on my left side, something I had uerer been able to do before. I ean walk without being fatigued, and am tn mien MUr htaUS (Aon ever btfen, I would rocommend all sufferers from heart troublo to try Dr. Miles' lnraluable remedy without UlSd EttA KUUTZ, delay." 18 Wright st, MUwaunee, wis. Ttr. MIIm Heart Cure Is sold on ft rneltlwi 't.i & ht Dr. Miles1 Heart Cure toini'i iitltiiiiii tun trtrsthn """au" . -rfei Msrtgrttaaf' Jt . Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1897. 1 County. E of the country. It is noticeable that many of the same agencies which op pMed the Immigration bill recently When you take Hood's fill. The big, old fashpisted by Congress are now opposed pills, hkh tear jrou til to ioned, ptrecs, are not In It vtlth Hood's Ka jy to lake ti the policy of discriminating duties which was so strongly Indorsed by-tSt Iymls platform nnd cmphislz cd In Mr McKinley's letter of accept-mc- e No Gripe sugar-ecnie- Of Interest in Daviess I An Innocent Man Hung by a Vengeful Mob. better Noah Mathony.Kllls a Girl and Throws Suspicion on His y Rival Who Is Hung. Hor Father Llvod In Owonsboro. and easy to operate, Is true of Hood's rills, which Bra IT 5 1 1 4 tip to date In erery respect. B" Bite, certain and sure All druggists. Me. C I Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The only rills to Uko with Hood's Uarsaparllla. Hood's III except as such Free-Tradean he ' Without fear of contradiction from any reliable source, we aisttt that President McKinley Is just as much in fvor of the upbuilding of the American Merchant Marine by dis criminating unties to day as lie was when he said: "The policy of discriminating duties In favor of our shipping which prevailed in the early years of our history should be again promptly adopted by Congress and vigorously supported until our prestige and supremacy on the seas is fully attained." The opponents of this policy as a rule occupy surprisingly close relations with the foreign shipping interests. They are doubtless opposed to the legitimate Protection ol Amarl-cashipping by discriminating duties because they realizj that an elaborate system of subsidies will not soon be taken up the Republican Congacss. n sjgn is given by the activity of the Republican members of the Committee on Ways and Means to produce a revenue and ' t i uAsfev f $ l , ; fr I i Y The Louisville Commercial prints a xuvroua-siNaunxM- a story of a murder which occurred In warning. JUvJti, JmJ' Nelson county in the eatly part of the OF EVEBY present century, which bears some lor Snlr . features of the Tearl Bryan murder, A scholarship in the Lexlneton and which is of interest here on acOB1 Business College, A scholarship in JlijrvwV7irJ count ot the fac,'t that one oi the famiBryant and Stratton Business College lies involved tudscquently lived in A scholrashlp in King's Commercial Ancrfcct Remedy forConsllM- Daviess county. College. A scholarship in Kenyon tlon, Sour Stoipach.Diarrhoca, College. Walter Hays had a daughter, NanExchange. Woniu,Connlsions,FevcrisI Apply at tills office and we will save Sleep, tiess cndLoss cy, the belle of the neighborhood, Olil I'roplr. you big money. and she had two lovers, AmosMolloy Old people who require medicine to Tac Simile Signature of and Moan Matheny. She loved Mol-lo- y regulate the bowels and kidneys will for Hnle and avoided Matheny as much as find the true remedy in Electric Bit A desirable farm of one hundred fottlM osly, II Cuterlt It pit ip fa it. The latter was wildly jeal- possible. Sla Mt 10M ia ttli. Doa't tllcv tajn to ittl ters. This medicine does not stimuacres, situated near Hartford, well 9 ysa uthUg ! ra the ple tr piemli thai It ous and determined mat tie woum watered, a good otchert, two hundred late and contains no whishy nor oth 1 Is "Jut gocd" B& "vlU unii turj pu. bearing trees. Good buildings.and in kill the girl rather than that his rival er intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and B j pete." yra gtt good community. For luither parshould marry her. One day Molloy alterative. It acts mildly on the tbllM- ticulars call at this office at once, tf nmni and Miss Nancy quarreled, on account 2. tin EXACT COPT Or WRAPPER stomaoh and bowels, adding strength utmost to regulate the constantly ' KKtLaAy-&eJUze ""? of the Intentions of the girl to go to vuspr. u aad giving tone to the organs, there shifting relative values Practically An efficacious remedy for lung afa dance, ol which her lover disapprovthe whole Western hemisphere was fections, throat disorders and nil bronby aiding Nature in the performance ed. He told her if she went she of the functions. Electric Bitters is coining silver on the equal terms chial troubles is found in Dr Bell's would be sofry for it but she paid no and excellent appetizer and aids di- with gold for which Populists are Pine-Ta- r 1 his medicine has Honey heed to his words and went. More gestion. Old people rind it just ex- now contending. All that legislation made many marvelous cures and is than one person heard the quarrel, actly what they need. Price fifty could do was done, bnt no statutes justly ranked among the most imbut nothing was thought of it. When cents and $1.00 per bottle at Williams that man could frame were able to portant remedies of the age. For sale control the higher laws of supply and by Z Wiyne Griffin & Bro. she had returned from the dance the & Bell's Drug Store. demand, and the Latin Union at last quarrel was made up in a day or two, fell of its own weight. The United and one evening the couple went for A distinction without a differenc think of torn Idea VTho eutirapw a walk in the dusk. amounts to nothing. There is a dif- States with enormous resources and Wanted-- An thlnf to fUotf your Idtut tby mr brfnn too wt&itfc Matheny was waching them, and Writ JOHN WKDDEKUURN Fktrnl ferencea real difference a vast dif with popular prejudice In lavor of ProtectWuMncton. D. cx,for ft CO,I,J0 prls Attor S. offer thtr Louisville, Ky. E. Cor. 5th anil Markot Sts, putting a mask on his face, took an and ference between Dr. Bell's Pine Tar silver made a gigantic struggle, with Mrs.llit o( two tmndr! lnrtaUou w(uU4 ax and waylaid the road by which Honey and any other cough, cold or the disastrous lesults under which they must return. When they passlung remedy. To see it or taste it the country is now laboring. AfTords the best facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTThis is the plain lesson of history. ed back the fiend jumped out and proves this immediately, but the HAND, TYPn WRITING nud Success asunrcd in In recognition of it, not only Japan killed the girl with one blow of the greatest difference is to be found in Terms moderate. TIIRBR MONTHS. Tuplls assisted to POSITIONS ax and knocked Molloy over a cliff the results coming from its use. Be- and Russia and Chili, but even a when competent. Business men furnished Stenographers FRUR OF at the edge of the path. When the sides cutting the phlegm and cnrlng Central American State and the Unit CHARGB. F. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r.T ed States of Columbia and San Dolatter recovered consciousness he the cough or cold at once, it soothes , went to a house near by, but he could the irritation heals the lungs and mingo, have either adopted the gold 531 West Markot Stroot Bo standard or else are, trying to do so. not remember what had happened bronchials. It fortifies the system twnon5th and 6th, and did not say anything about it. against cold from the use of which no Mexico remains' a conspicuous excepi 4 tion to the rule, though Mexico is The body of the young girl was found evil after effects can arise. For sale making great progress, and the views and when the quarrel of a day or two by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. ot the sttongest men of that country before was remembered the suspicion are said now to favor a chance to gold. became strong that Molloy was the L, BAKRR It is plain that mankind is disposed I S REWARD I I murderer. He was arrested and taken to go loward and not to turn back. AND Clerks: The aboTe reward win ba paid (or proof ot I Courier-Journ-F- OR to the place where the body still lay, O. BAKBR. the existence of a beUcr IIIIMHT than 6ARQUIQ Oil, or s better Worm accused of thecrime. He could make EVEIIY member of Remedy than MERCHAHT't WORM TABLETS. no denial, not realizing the situation, Sold eTerywhcre. Good Old Granny Metcalf now 88 EVEUY family on Merchant's GargUng On Co. owing to bis dazed condition, but years old living at 1005 S. Fouith EVERY farm, iu Lockport,N.Y.,TJ.S.A. threw himself on the body with walls street, Paducah, Ky , still says that EVEUY village, in ings the most pitiful. Honey is the best Dr. Bell's Pine-TEVEUY Kuts and Territory. He was torn away and a rope placGeneral Directory. grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial ed around his neck and swung up. remedy that has been sold during her FOKEduentiou, This brought him to his senses, and life, For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & STATU OPFICIALS. rOUNoW Manhood, when he was let down he told all he Bro. Governor William O. Bradley. FOIt True Womanhood. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoknew about it, althougn he did not The Harpers ate to publish late recognize Mauheny as the murderer. re- IT gives nil importont news of the Nation. Sec re taryof State Charles Finloy. The latter was present and assisted this month "Saint Uva." astory by IT gives a I important news of the World. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. in the work oi drawing him up. The the wife of Barry Pain, author o IT gives the most reUablo market reports. Auditor Samuel H. Stone. explanation of Molloy was not suffici- "Stories and Interludes" and other IT gives brilliantand instructive editorials. Treasurer Geo. W. Long, clever ent to satisfy the mob, and they drew works. It is described as a IT gives fasoiuating short ttoriw Commissioner of Agriculture. Hor him up again and left him hanging work, with characters interesting fand ticulture IT j:ives an unexcelled agricultural deparlnmnt. and Statistics Lucas Note Heads, letter Heads, true to life, and with vivid and spri Moore. It li'tves wientifit and mechanical inlounation. until he was dead. Bill Heads, Statements, IT gives illustrated fashion articles. Superintendent Public Iuatruction- Matheny left the country, and was ghtly dialogue. A notable feature of IT gives humorous illustrations. Circulars, Business Cards, never heard from. The Hays family the book will be a frontispiece by ueo. M. Davison. IT gives entertainment to vntiuir and old. Register Land Office Chas. O. could not stand to live in the old Burnejones, the celebrated English Visiting Cards, Dodgers, Reynold. IT gives eatislaction everywhere to everybody, home, and so they sold out and came artist. Insurance Bureau Coniiflissioner-- D. Wedding Invitations, Horse Bills, to Oweusbore, where they lived and m?k&lW,.T"E REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEKKLY W. Coraingore. Denlnefl fniinol bo Curetl llllUUXvE, both papers died. Years afterward Matheny reGeneral D. R. Collier. Prescription Blanks, Adji.tant by local applications as they cannot Jack Bills. Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown turned. At the very place where the reach the diseased portion ot the ear. murder was committed his horse There is only one way to cure deaf- Day. HP-Lrtc2- vS cL"v-sl:tl-c mmnmJm RAIMIOAD COMMISSIONERS. threw him and he fell on the cliff". ness, and that is by constitutional first-clas- s AtMroM all onltra to the Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. He was so badly injured that when remedies. Deafness is caused by an he was found he was in a dying con- inflamed condition of the mucous lin- Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary dition. He asked that an old minising of the Eustachian Tube. When Samuel F, Brown. i C0N0RE8I0NAL. ter, whom he had known in his boy- this tube is inflamed you have a rumWrite your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bos Senators Hon. William C. Lindhood be sent for, and to him he made bling sound or imperfect hearing, and York ctty. 5.m,s.,JrribuneBuiWinK'New "! sample copy ofTHB n confession, saying it was he who when it is entirely closed, Deafness is say, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, NBW YORK WBBKLYTUIBONR will be mailed to you. Representative Fourth District had killed Nancy Hays and had causthe result, and unless the inflamma Hon. John W. Lewis. 9 ed the death of Amos Molloy, and tion can be taken out and this tube STATE LEGISLATURE. felt that he must tell the story in or- restored to its normal condition, 'Ol Senator Hon. A, D. James. CD der to ask forgiveness. hearing will be destroyed forever; Representative Ohio County Hon. c m nine cases out of ten arc caused by C. M. Barnett. Two MuaNnuil, ss a HODGENVILLE, KY. an inMrs, Phoebe Thomas, ot Junction Catarrh, which is nothing but OHIO COUNTY. of the mucous suro Offers exceptional advantages to young ladies and gentleCity, 111., was told by her doctors she flamed condition CIRCUIT COURT. la men desiring a complete education at small cost. New 3 had Consumption and that there was faces Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borThe Republican and the Louisville Commercial'. . . .81 26 We will give One Hundred Dollars o Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference I ibta-ry- , IP, no hope for her, but two bottles Dr .. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Healthful Location. Refined and Intellectual Commu" and 1.50 King's New Discovery completely for any case of Deafness (caused by nr be nity, Supports a Lecture Courfec. m' cured her and she says it saved her catarrh) that cannot cured by Hall's Otvensboro. " and 1.70 circulars; T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. SFHCIAL FACILITIUS FOR PRKlARATION OF life. Mr. Thos Kggers, 139 Florida Catarrh Cure. Send for " and Now Yoik Tribune 1.25 O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. Teachers Review nnd Nonnal Training classes In session St. San Francisco, suffered from a free. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner " and Louisvillo Daily Post F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. 2 76 at all times, besides six other exhaustive and cooiplete dreadful cold, approaching ConsumpHart lord. Sold by Druggists, 75c. tion, tried without result everything G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund o courte of tudy. We court inveetlvation. Send for a R Hall's Family Pills are the best. to catalogue and Judge for yourself where the BRST ctluca-Ho- n else then bought one bottle of Dr, Hartford. can be obtained for the I.HAST MONBY. Cal. P. Keowu, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. King's New Discovery and in two 3 Address McClur's Magazine for April will all com munitions to weeks was cured. He is natutally contain a series of unpublished letters, Deputies Samuel Keowu Hnrtford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. thankful. It is such rcsulty, of which wtitten by General Sherman to a -Bishop, Centertown; 8. T. Stevens, these ore samples, that prove the young lady between whom and an Cromwell. Itoilgenvills, Kentucky. wonderful efficacy of this medicine in Army officer the General undertook Court convenes Grst Monday in Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles to re establish a broken romantic reMarch and August and continues three at Williams & Dell's Drug Store. lation. The letters embody a story weeks, aud third Monday in May and FOR FOR Regular size 50c, and $1,00. two weeks. as good as any plec ol fiction, and November TSLEOBAPHY, MWHANSHIP, ETO. COUNTY COURT. exhibit Sherman in a very charming Why 1111 l,lriiNolou la Nccwmiry John P Morton, Judge Hartford. way. I). M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. President McKinley has been able - r rs mst 1 1 r jr a jr s Jt r mi Your ImelllKeiirn. E, P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfoto find in the Treasury statement for Your intelligence is questional by Court convcues first Monday in The regnlar subscription price of 1 the mouth ol February ample proof ol We will send all three to you for one Who do3iros to hotter his or her condition in life, should writo for "Demorwt'B Magazine." the necessity for an extra (session of the druggist who tries to influence each month. uiu wrtiaiuguo 01 mo Library," and COURT. QUARTERLY "ludces jrar for $2 oo, or 6 mo. for $i. Congress to devise revonue laws for you to let him bottle anything for ou Begins on the third Monday in "Funny Pictures" is $3 30. when you ask for Dr Bell's the replenishment of the nation's No. 400 TniHD BTBEET. I.OPIBVILLB. DEMOREtiT'S MAO ,NE is by far the beet family magazino KY. No druggist cm put this up January, April, July and October. treasury. "The claim of the friends COURT OP CLAIMS. there is none of our monthlies in which tho beautiful and the uef ul, u'Myi Hipiw " rYl of the present Tariff law who hive for you he cannot put up anything Convenes first Monday in January, pleasure and profit, futhioii and lilerntur aro s fu lly presented 's. as in urged with much vizor that tl.ne like i- t- it is not to be h.id in bulk- -it and Tuesday after the seoud Monday Tlioro is, iu fuel, no publication protending to a similar scope and is to be had only in 256., 50, and $1 in ucionor would correct the pist failures ot that Every nuiner contains n freo pattern purpose which ouu ootnparo with it. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. act to proJuce sufficient revenues, bottles, There Is nothing "just as coupon. G. 8, Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur good" as Dr Bell's Pins-THoney, ".lUDQE'B LIBRARY" is a mouthy magazine of Inn, filled with il will find by noting the latest statev Springs. iu caricature and ropleto with wit and humor. Its contributors are ment that the totals of the Treasury Avoid those substituted with similar N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. the beet of Americau wits and illustrators. Do You Get CORRECT FIT? deficit swell with each passing month, soukdlng names. When ou buy Dr. Z. H.Shultz, School Supt. Hart"FUNNY PICTURES" is another humorous raonthy; thero is a lough see that the ford. and the last month exhibited a short- Bell s All three of these magazines are handsomely gotten in evorv lino of ft. YOU RECEIVE THE L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur up. You should not miss this ohance to scenro them. age equal to some of the largest of bottle has never been opened and that the present fiscal ears. Duiiug the it bears the picture and testimony of Springs. 3ENEFITol YEARS or . Good Old Granny Metcalf," and the Cut hero nnd return Coupon properly filled out. 0. R. Campbell, Poorbouse SUCCESS short month of February the Tieistt Keeper, Hartford. name of the I It Sutherland Msdt .. Demorest Publishing Co.. 110 Firth Avo Now York. ry receipts were $4 259,000 below the in high r.nnnr taii ntmu JU8TICB8' COURTS. ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS expenditures of the Government At cine company, Fountain Park, I'adu-- I A. 8. Aull March 3. Juno 1. Sep Fur tho enclosed 82 00 p'caso send Domorct's Family Magazine, Judge's that rate the shoitajje for the current call. Ky. tember J, December 1. Library (a migazino of fuu) nnd Funny Picture for one year as per your OF x, fiscal year, which will be nearly at an JuntIJ. Wilson March O.Juno 5. oder. A rurniiii MiltliiK flinir. J, end before the Republican Tariff act THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. We are pleased to notice that the September 4, December 0. L. Woodwaiid March 12, , Name can be placed on the statute books, recent editorials in favor of dlscilm-iuatin,.. We guarantee to fit and please you, and save you money. June 11, (September 10, December 10. will be nearly $1o.ooo,ooo The or reciprocal duties that have Pojt-ofiiwuu BAMI-i.CJab A. Ilowuo March 20, June TO SELLECT FROM shortage for the fueal year up to this been published in the American 10 September 18, December 18, time is more than $48,003,000, and Economist have received much conII. F. Graves-Marc- h 25, June Date there is no sign ol a chiuge for tits sideration from the newspaper preji 1.0, September 23, December, 24. Protective mcansure. It will be interesting in view of the facts thus briefly "told, to hear the exrs cuses that the and Tariff frleuds of the Wilson-Gormwill be able to advance in the special session of Congress for any oppoition they may offer to the passage ol the Republican bill. Almost every reference made to the coming Protective Tariff bill by the Free Trade party men at this time is accompanied by a declaration that the work of framing And yet that bill is unnecessary. the statistics of the department prove beyond question that more revenue must be raised, and that speedily, or another issue of bonds may be necessary to meet the expenses of the The gold holdings ol Government. the Treasury now aggregate $M8,. 000, of o, or nearly $50,000,000 more than is required to meet the requirements of the gold reserve average How long will that gold, which was occumlated by the sale oi bonds, remain in a treasury that is running behind at the rate of $5,000,000 a month? The Wilson Gorman act has been in operation for two and one-ha- lf years. Its record is a sum total of deficiency to the amount of $130,000,-00Contrast that record with the years of the first two and operations of the last Republican Tarifl act the McKinley Tariff Durs ing the period the Republican Tariff act was in force there c,ame to the Treasury a surplus of $25,000,000. The receipts from customs alone under Tariff have been more the Free-Trathan $90,000,000 less than under the McKinley act for the same period. These figures tell what the Republican members of the Committee on Ways and Means have to do in the way of preparing the new Tariff bill and insuring that it will give adequate revenue. They also show why it was necessary that an extra session t. of Congress should becalled. 0. one-half de Rcon-omis- Hllrrrlem A Vnnlaliing 11 renin The progress of Japan toward the adoption or the gold standard gave another shook to the silver market laitweok. The bill which provides for the mintage of five and ten yen gold coins has passed the lower house of Parliament, and it is practically only a question of a short time until the Land of the Rising Sun shall have q currency system on a par, or nearly so, with that of the enlightened nations of the world. The example of Austria, Russia and Chili is re en forced in n very powciful quitter. Like them, Japan recognizes the impossibility of restoring silver to its old value) it .succumbs to the inevitable, and is squaring its conduct in conformity with the exigencies of the times. It is an instructive circumstance, but one which the silveritos have ignored, that no backward step has ever been taken in the progress of the gold standatd. Bimetallic countties have invariably made effotts to check the depreciation of silver by legislation, and as invariably they have failed and have had to seek the securer basis The most determined experiments of this sort were undertaken by the Latin Union and the United States The Latin Unicn entered upon the task with what seemed almost a certainty oi success, fot up to that time France, one ot the greatest commercial nations of the world, had managed to keep open its mints to both metal., though the wisdom of legislators and financiers had been taxed to the Unele Jouahthan, writing to the Btecketirldee News, says: Mr. ltd tor, we need a now political organization In these united States a party that will agitate and educate along the lines of public ownership. Such a party should never admit to its ranks compromisers, itislonlsts or b'tyers and sellers ol vote. Siirh men will render abortive, important nil the benefit efforts ot sincere re formers. Witness the death of the patty. Populist late uiilumented Fusionlsts, traders schemer, tricksters, spoilsmen, office hunters and all round traffickers In votes killed It. The late Populist party ought to have an inscription placed upon the slab over its grave something like 1 Witness the Death. SEE p1tBjffr't';Til yfct- T, l 17 Tfti i. ." THAT THE FAC-SIMILE AtgclablePrcfaivilionfor Assimilating IhcFoodfliuIRcquln ling the Stomachs mulDowcb of PromolcaDigcsllon,CIiccrrul-nc35flruincst.Conhnln- $ this: Here lies the defunct Populist party. It died of the iteh office seeking itch. All future reform patties take IvotNakcotic. ncillwr Opuim.Morphin.0 nor Mineral. (fc OF SIGNATURE IS ON THE WRAPPER BOTTXJ2 or RIA new von u-i!- it tlt jzr svt ...,- GOHEHL e COLLEGE V SIIORTIIAN ) INSTITUTE EirLtygtaa-o- on Stia. Sit. AUSTIN HOTEL BOOK-KBBPIN- arisro. dl. ieslitxtcs-- jFirt.. Louisville, Ky. 1 1,000 I f ffffi B! f al. ill. KiiiSins If you do, ar Do you want any n. PRINTING? 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