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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897040201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '' v f7 VTTWf lerarr tMrMwlauit mnlli luui a trying ordeal to face. If slie does not The Haeteoed Republics. OFFICIAL , A itiAnA A,.afclAl..A,.r-hrfi,-twa- ., "Nothing else like The most refreshlnp' and pleasant Soap for the skin. it'! OROiN Of TBC PARTY IK THSTODRTH C.NBRES.IOM 8I5.RICT, ACOICATtrt VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APKIL & nnd then finds out that he has signed a note tor $200. A sucker is a youth who sticks his money on the pasteboards when he doesn't know a bobtail flush from a boiled owl. A sucker Is a farmer who buys his goods from the traveling peddler when he can buy them of his home merchant for 25 percent, less. The sueker is a wind bag Who slls around in the stores and abuses everybody behind their backs and imagines people don't hear ol it. A sucker is a business man who sends his job work to some snide house out of town, and expects his home paper to blow up the towu and benefit him as his enterprising neighbors. A sucker is a kicker who opposes every Improvement nnd rails nt every hustler in town, until some other town springs Up near him and tits propetty depreciates 75 per cent. In value and can't sell it at that or get out ot debt until the Sheriff helps him out. A sucker is a small Alexander at twenty, who knows more than his grandfather did at eighty. The world and water arc lull of suckers, and the shore is lined with sharks. The current is principally down stream and the suckers must swim against the current if they don't want to get hooked. 1897. Coupany afialrs. until mirh accounts have been paid in full ARTICLE X ItxciMK I NO. 30. the lifelong leiders and worke'sof the sllverlte fiction. The whale nutter is denouueed as n er KlTTANEOUa Natura Mother's Friend la tho best help you can two at this time It id a Hulment, and when regularly several months beforo baby comes, f" h REVEALED By BYjSvWS. AF$rafrt geo.1. Tli, tlJi Compatij' Guards." ART i. jSbAPS; Jeii.rT.riuniirrS turn ' tCtlxfiarvc rot. xrx get ready for It, there U no telling what may happen. Child-birtIs full of uncertAintlos If not given proper anetstanco. h aPRICE)250 Court Records. nctive name ol be 'Rough River 4 Story of a Negro Who Foil a Victim to Partisan Politicians. Tho Trick AttomptorJ to Boat H r It makes tho advent easy and nearly pain McKlnloy Out of a Voto. less. It relieves and prevents " morning BtoknoNS," relaxes tho overstrained musCOllKl-INl'lllKXT cles, relieves tho distended fooling, short- JEHflAHINi: ens labor, makes recovery rapid and certain without any dangerous ARrTICL Nlcliolasvlllc, Ky., Match 19. HI. Mother's friend Is good for only dno During the few cays preceding the CUSTODIAL Of nOW.RBCORDI & PONDS. purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of late Presidential election the RepubliSec. I. Thert&fiSergeant shall keep danger and pain. Democrats cans and sound-mone- y records oftfierneeTlngs, have charge . ltiWIMtllttl8ntndrtJirtflrc, nrDt I oj counhere charged that the lifids, collect all dues, JheCJoujQan , VnJW BOKS,5lfi5! Valatble InfAr1IA. flea isr wemeg, wiIU be rant to nr address ty officials turned their offices and the fines and assessments; keep a correct ujwu stsflealtoa to court-housroll of the Company, and by order of into mere political maTilt DRAUFICLI) RBaULATOR CO., chines, and that they would stop at Atlanta, Oa. the Commanding officer, issue orders nothing to gain a vote for Bryan or for drills, parades and meetings. In Who ton think defraud McKinley out ot one so long absence of the First Sergeant, the WantBd-- An of eoraa almple IMotf to patent! as thrir acts vcre protected by the duties of the First Sergeant shall be Tour Idftii thr mar tmtrtJOHN WMJUKHDlmN tirinr CO- - faUn frll offices which they held. The principerformed by the second Sergeant, WMhtovton, I). r for their $I.nui price otter o4 list ol tvtu liuntlrej InTentlou wut4. pal feat ol tnese officials was in and in his absence by the Third Sertrumping up charges against negroes geant, and so on to the next in rank. REWARD! or arresting them on old charges durSec. 2. Bach Sergeant shall have in Tb aboee reward will be !!! for proof of ing the two days and nights before his possession at every parade, meet the eiUteoee of better UHMUT Hen election day and refusing them bail . log or drill, a copy of the roll of the OARQllll Oil, or a better Worm Heater than MtRCHANI'l WORM TAIlETg. The ofieredby couipetentbondsmen. uorapany, to be inrntsned tnem by BoM ertrrotiere. Htrcfcanl'a OtrgUsc Oil Co. object wis twofold; it, of course, prethe First Sergeant. Any Sergeant Uckiatt,tf.r.,V a A. vented those who wete put in jail appearing at the parade, meeting or Iroru voting and frightened others indrill without a copy of the roll of the TJ. fu- ll n to tunning for the ignorant neCompany shall be fined 50 cents. mrf YTiffra gro never knew what strange humor ARTICLE IV. the "law" hould thkc about that Sec. I. All moneys held by the Tile Idenl l'nnncen. time snd cause him to be put in jail. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chica- First Sergeant shall be accounted lor The last chapter in the case of one go, says; "I regard Dr. King's New to the Company, whenever called lor Cantata, and obtained tod all rtt-- J of the negroes so arrested came to a cat bulncu conducted (or mooihate fun. J officer. No Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for by the Commanding JounOmcrtaOrroaiTrU. s. parciirOrrictT close last week and the story is taken and we ran Kcura patent uleaa Hint than UUK Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, money shall be paid out by the First S reeaote froea WMafnrUia. records. Th i8gt from the court Send eodeL diamer or photo with deeerip--t used it in my family for the Sergeant, except by orders of the Washington and William having ao. adviic, il patmublt or not, free olj Samuel five years, to the exclusion, ot Commanding officer. dunre- - Oerf.tiiotdutuil ratt.nt l c ur. Lilly, negroes, the former a quite, last A PAMrtii IT, "How to I'.t.oti," kk Sec. 2 The Captain shill reportto mt of unc.la the U. S. And fararn ruaAtri.f7 peaceable darky, and the latter bear- physician's prescriptions or other . tmt fr. . the Company, quarterly, all orders ing a rcputation.Botsogood, engaged preparations." Rev. John Rurgus, Keokuk, Iowa, made on the First Sergeant, and the in a fight. Lilly was slightly Opt. rriNT Orriet. waihinqton, o. c writes: "Ihave been a Minister of purpose for which such orders weie y l il ll wounded. Doth "skipped" out nnd Methodist Episcopal Church for made. at the following term of the Circuit the 50 years or mote, and have never AHTJCLE V. Court (February, 189 ) Washington found anything so beneficial, or that ADMISStQpf MrtMI)ERS. was Indicted by the grand jury for gave me such speedy relief as Dr. unlawful ehootljg and woundlug Sec. I. AlCnames of applicants for New DUcovery." Try this with intent to kill. Now of coutse King's membership shall be placedron bulIdeal Cough Remedy now. Trial and indictment returned against a letin board one week, dndjfbe voted het demonstrated ten than.and Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's times that It U almoit lnfalllul man does not always mean that he is on by secret ballot,- - and ' any one reDtug Store. FOR WOMAN'S guilty, and lion. C. J. flronhton, who ceiving Five black balls shall be de. was then Commonwealth's Attorney PECULIAR Whether It's n stubborn cold or just clared not elected. and teconnized as a bitter prosecutor, Sec. 2. Every member present when a snlflle, you can cure it lor good WEAKNESSES. seemed to thing that this was the a vote is taken shall be required to with Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. This Irrernlarltlea and derangement. case of the indictment ngalngt Washvote. famous remedy taken in time will It baa become tho leading remedr ington, for no effott was made to forlhlaela.a of troubles Itexcrta ARTICTE VI. progress of consumption and wood.rlully healing, elrtnrtben-Ini- r capture him, and at the very next stop the nd .oothloir inauenc upon btiug the color of health to the palBusiness Mhf.tings. the reen.trnal ornni, It cures term of the court it was filed away on whltee' and falling; of tho woab. lid cheek. Sec. I. Business meetings may be It stops flooding sod relieve, sup-Rronston's own motion. In 1893 held whenever the Commanding ofHon. B. A. Crutcher became ComThe editor of a Kansas contempora- ficers may deem it necessary. monwealth's Attorney. In March ry thus breaks out: Sec. 2. Fifteen .members shall con1894, Washington, who was in I.ez "Man that is bom of woman is stitute a quorum at all business meetIngton was arrested by the officers few ot days and full of microbes. The ings. there, a negro who had n spite against moment he bits the earth he starts ARTICLE VII. him and kuew he had been indicted for the grave, aud the longer he travhere, having told the police that he Drills. His visible els the faster he goes. Sec. I. There shall be at least one was wanted, in Nlcliolasvlllc. The reward for long days of labor and regular drill each week. Lexington police telephoned to the nights or walking the floor with a Sec 2. Tlie Commanding officer officers here that Washington had teething baby is an epitaph he can't may order pelnfnl a drill or parade at any been arrested and was held subject to 5relied end ot Ufa raenitraatlon. or Change It It the b.it read and a tombstone he doesn't medtclso mide. It It benerUlal time. their orders. daring pregnaney, tnd help, to want. In the first of the seven ages onng cnuorfD liuo nuroet utrren Word immediately went back that ARTICLE VIII. for 7tart. It lnilrornle., ol men he's licked, in the last he is ttrenjtthent tlit whole the cae against Washington had neglected, and in all the others he's a Ofi'enses and Fines. Thtt treat remedy la ottered been filed away, and that he was not Why will to all tllllcted women Sec I. Any member absenting target for the lying, meddlesome tnr woman antler another ralnuto wanted here. The Lexington police with certain relief within reaeht a woman .who won't himself from regular drill or special Vflno of Cardul only roiu 1.00 per thereupan released him, telling him bottle at your drug .tore. tend to her own business. II he does drill, for three 'consecutive times, e that the caso against him at JVf titUt, in tHutrtna nfttal not marry his first love he'll always without a sufficient excuse therefor, aanrt, rtimg tvmitoins. tht "Larfki has been filed away. AJrUon lrprtmml." Tkt aulldnwed .Vl-it- 4 wish he had, nnd if he does he'll wish shall be fined r.oo for the same. Oftn Oaatfnoivo. lin. This was in March, 1894, and he Sec. 2 Any unsoldlerly conduct Yet no young man ever hadn't. Rie.l.W SUITM, Ctmden. S. C, llli Washington Immediately came home, "Mi ll. ul.d Wlnt el Cardul at hems follows freedtuon's flag for patriotism while in .rank, 'such as talking, chewlilllft el the womb and It entirely Itr where he has been since. lie statted curea n.r. ing, s pitting, or changing position, (and a pension) with half the enthua barber shop and supported an aged siasm that be will trail the rod, white shall be subject the offender to a fine mother, who had become a widow, and blue that constitutes the banner of not less than ten cents nor more October 3 1 last, Circuit Coutt being of female beauty. He will brave the than twenty five cents for each ofin session, th Commonwealth's At lion in his den, lace the booming fense. torney made a motion to restore the cannon, tread the ocean foam beneath Sec. 3. Any member who shall be charge against Samuel Washington his feet, and yet will tremble like a found guilty of the offense of smokNo grounds were givto the docket halMrozen egg sucking dog when ing in the Armony shall be fined en lor the restoration, but Sam, not called to account by his wife for his twenty five cents for each oQense. even dreaming of anything like this, Lcussedness. He goes forth in the Sec. 4. Any member using nnothers nor had an was not in the court-roomorning to plow corn with a cross- arms or equipments without the con7t3 in tBaaalp flBBaaTifiaaa3BKQaV& attorney to object to the motion; so, eyed mule and n roan steer, works sent of the Commanding officer shall after five years, the case was redock hard all day and comeshome at night be fined twenty five cents for each negro knew nothing oj eted, but the and finds his seven half clothe! chil- offense, zjmE-- a it uctil an hour aftetward, when he dren hungry as bears aud no bread was antstcd and taken to jail Sec. 5. Any member coming to Who c&n thlnt in the house, and his wife over to Imps Wanted-- An Idea cf iorx stttoDtr Washington remained iu jail Irom of the neighbors to borrow a hatone drill or parade under the influence of tblng it to thfT tTtT brlWI VO Prnteet TAUP the 31st day of October until the nth liquor shall be fined $t.oo for each CO., I'.Uit Alter, Writ JOHN WKUDKltUURN WeeiblOBton, IX Cfot hmt no.liit ot two bniulrfel iarentloiu )1.0 prit 0 offtr day ot March, when, altera biief trial wear to a church social. offense. wruU tvoJ in the Circuit Coutt his case was Sec 6. Any member moving guns MOW TO FIND OUT. giten to the jury, and in just five or equipments from their place in the minutes only time to take oue baconsent of the llothe was declared not guilty, and Fill a bottle or common water glass Armory, without the shall be fined officer, Commanding with urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r was then released Irom custody. Not Fifty-cenfor each offense. long after he was lodged in jail what hours; a sendiment of settling indicates a diseased condition ol the kidmoney he possessed was all conSec 7 For any disobedience of prolittle neys. When urine stains linen it is sumed, nnd tils old mother, whom he positive evidence of kidney trouble. per and autbotized orders of his su had so faithfully loved and supported, Too frequent desire tn urinate or pain perlor officer, member shall be subject would have died of hunger and cold In the back, is also convincing proof J t0 a ttlal by the Company Court Mar had it not been lor the charity of ',ial nnd Rned n6tU" than F,,ly of order. some generous white people. cents nor more than $5 00 for each what To do. There Is comfort in the knowledge offense. Sim Washington's Incarceration of 133 to keep him from votlug meuut so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's UtaB0aHB BKaiL Sec. 8. Any member using unbeRoot.tbegreatkidneyremedy sumetging more than the sufferings Swamp every wish in relieving pain coming language while in the ranks fulfills of himself and mother. The 133 in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder shall be fined not more than $1.00 days spent in jitl cost the county ot and evcryjiart of the urinary pasfor each offense. Jessamine just 79 80; his trial in the sages. It corrects inability to hold Sec. 9. All laws provided for the urine and scalding pain in passing it, least $50 more, makCircuit Coutt at or bad effects following use ol liquor, regulation of the Kentucky State ing (tap 80 that was paid by the Malltia nnd the United States Army ot the State of Kentucky to wine or bear, and overcomes that necessity of being compelled are adopted and made a part of these beat McKinley out ot one vote. to get up many times during the s as far as applicable. . M. D W. nigllt to urinate. The mild and the ARTICLE 9'. extraordinary effect of Swamp-Roo- t is A Murker Well lined- It stands the highest DrjBrS, toon realized A sucker Is a little fish that Is not lor its wonderful cures of the most Sec. I. DuessbaUbe Twenty five distressing cases. If you need a wottb the little worm It takes to medicine you should have tho beat cents quarterly. Due the first week catch him. but the human suoUer is Sold by druggists price fifty cents and of each quarter. First quarter to iu laJUSTASCOODPORADULTS, generally caught on an ontpty hook, one dollar For a sample bottle and Jan. 1st 1897. VARRANTED. PniCliCOcts. and hooked at the gills at that. pamphlet, both sent tree by mail, Sec. 2. Any member failing to pay qaiATii, lixs.. Nor. l, 1MJ. TiliSllAirn'ORi) KErunLIQAN A maker Is a "hoodo" who buys mention due shall be fined five cents lor Parte Medltlnt Co., 81 Icul, Jlo. e, full address when (tuUMBoni-Wtlift Tear, KtO botllea et packagen of soap with $10 bills in and rend your & Uinghsmton, N. every week he so fails. to Dr. Kilmer Co.. (hreeRieta alretdr ihu roar. In all our M uanBt . f !i nan. In Ua oiiu btulaou. aara them for $5VI.,, Y The proprietors of title paper Sec. 3 Any member In arrears of aava taw unlrw Ml aUt bev rai)M n iiiiii'leu VuuF.lrulii, A sucker is a fellow who signs a guarantee the gvuuinenesi of this of- dues and fines shall not, be entitled to 2a,Uun w lour Tumi, ASXSV.CAUR 4 CO. 27 jyr. subject pertaining to I a vote on any Tcceipt for a carload of giind stoned fer. Wllliniu lfor ofter-oiTeGfree-silv- er e LB II. . , Pnnsimif OPFicrm. Sec. I. The, Captain is the presid Ing officer ofallneetlngs, or in his absence the I'itstVLIeutenant; and so on to the next tn command. The Commanding officer present may appoint or pcrutttf the election of a Chairman, wholauall preside at that meeting, Idea Aitor-ixiy- SI, 000 )nA Trade-Mtr- 'i!f. OASTOnZA.. f I UiM.onuvvrxuui mV mSEM ttlrau-ltto- tyt-te- a. dint-turn- s, Nlcho-lasvill- ts I TA STELESH y LdB O I HmILr lf be-g- wld post-offic- , - proceeding. Ste. I. A sufficient ex U4 fur nonThis is probably the first commits It lasts twice as long as others. tec in the State bold rnough to for A trial will convince you of lit great performance ol ditties or tor absence merit. Will pleaae the met faatldlout. froi parade or drill, mutt be an mulate a ticket, put it out without CHARLES F.MILLER, notice, nnd attempt to ram it down lable one. Any member havlntr FRENCH MILLDD TOILET Mir. ol sum excuse, failing to report it with the throats of the voters whether ""- SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, in oue week afterwards, shall be sub-jethey like it or not. It is perhaps the Lancaster. Perm. to the same fines as those withonly committee which ever nominatKSTADLiaHISD, 1859. ed its own chairman by Its own vote out an excuse. for an important office without givARTICLE XII. ing the people a cbancctosay whethPROFESSIONAL 'CARD. Printing. er they wanted him or not In the Src I. One hundred copies of these shall be printed after they Jailer's race, ' John Cronibs, an old hav been approved by the GovenorJ Democrat an a Federal soldier; HarAW and each member furnished with a rison Coursey, one of the leading workers of the party, and Bill Fox, copy of the same. iiAitTFonrr. ky. the very butt cut ol Democracy, were ARTICLE XIII. Will practice his profession in Ohio all turned down to give plade io John Amendment. Ford, a loudmouthed and yelping and adjoining counties, and court of s Appeals. Sec. I. These Special attention given may be alterPopulist. collections. ed or amended at any time, npon moUthco east side ol purl now looks like there will be n square It tion, provided t'ae proposed amend-mer.i- s lively time in Muhlenber, as this is have been presented to the M. L. Hbavrin. y Shelby Taylor. the second ticket out, and the Cowpany In wnttlng, at least, one HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, or true Democrats will surely week before their adoption. have a ticket in the field, and will ARTICLE XIV. make a fight that will be long reHARTFORD, KY. Adoption. membered. Sec I. These shall take Perry Westerfield, effect after they have been adopted ADOPTS THE GOLD STANDARD. by a majority of the members of the Beaver Dam, Ky. members of this Company, upon the After I'unr Yean toof Inve.llaatlou, Japan Decide Dl.cnrd Silver. date of the approval of the Govenor, On March 1 It was cabled from YokoR. H. WEDDING so far as they shall be approved by hama that Japan had decided to adopt tho gold standard at a ratio of 32 3 him. to 1. the new standard to go Into operaHaktford, Ky. Approved, Feb 12. 1S97. tion in October. Will practice his profession in all W. O. Bradluv, Gov. This act, on top of many previous tho courts of Ohio r . m. and adjoining once, moves Japan completely out of McClarea aingnalne- Also Notary Public. and Into counties. tho ranks of the Bcgining with the April number thoeo of civilized and progressive naOffice, in Commercial Hotel. McClure's Magazine will hereafter be tions. It was not taken hastily, but ' published on the Grst day of each after two years consideration of an B.A.iRiisnE'xa?, exhaustive report made- by the Japanese month. April 1st the April number currency commission appointed In will be on sale on all news stands 1803. HARTFORD, KY. and delivered to all subscribers, from This commission found that, while Will practice bis profession in all th certain capitalists, especially those em- courts of Ohio and adjoining counties the Ulantic to the Pacific; and thereafter exactly on the first day of each ploying many laborers, were bneflted Careful attention will bo given to a by the falling sliver standard the wage justness emruBiea to his care. J1 month a new number will be pubearners were injured from the fact that lections a specialty. Office over Ohio lished. Heretofore publication hss their wnpea idid not rise oe dki County Bank. Also Notary Public, been made on the iSth ofeachmonih; the prices of what they had to buy. The but it is believed that the change to report pointed out wkat every rational trader ought to know that a silver (Oitintv Attorneul the 1st will be to the general constandard country can trade and cotn- venience. with gold standard countries only ' tjLT 1 6LVi7 Among the contributors to the after paying the lots on exchange in T4 A T?TI?oi?n trv foreign trade. However, as the greater . April number of McClure's will be "ill practice his profession in tho part of Japan's trade was with China Wll' H. Low, Robert Louis Stevenand India, the two countries of Asia Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn son, the Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge, Special attention given to col still using the silver standard, the dls- - ties. Umce in Courthouse. Hamlin Garland. Rudyard Kipling, advantage on tnia account was not con- - lecuons. Octave Thanet, Cy Warman, and Ian sldercd great. The sllverites have lost with Japan JNO. B. WILSON, Mnclaren, A remarkably fine numtomo of their best capital Of course ber 13 promised, with a special Easthey will tell us how "British gold" was used to bribe the government Into ter cover. HARTFORD, KY. betraying Its people into the ksjuls of howSPECIAL attention given to col" the money power. They cannot, making abstracts, &c, I heard of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar ever, much, longer tell us that we ore Honey, and seeing many recommen-- . unable to compete with Japan bec&use also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. dations itom different persons, of its die uses the stiver standard. The truth is that Japan got tired of wonderful valuable merits, I thought H. E. LEE SIMMEKMAN, being a second rate nation and of workI would try a bottle. I have been se- ing with second rate tools, and, after riously effected for twenty five years careful Investigation, concluded to get with a cough and pains in my side rid of free coinage nt ordinary ratios, Hartford, Ky. and breast that were causing me a which drives gold out ot the country as Will practice his profession in all tho fast as it can be coined and which remiserable Use. I spent hundreds of sults in the single silver standard, and Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties dollars with doctors and for medi- to adopt the gold standard at a ratio Collections carefully and promptly at Office with T. J. Smith cine, but every thing failed until I with silver which will permit the use of tended to. both metals in her trade. It Is a wise & Co., Market Street. found this wonderful remedy. It step. Japan Is ouly ono of four or five beats the world and has save! my nations which have adopted the gold VICKERS, life. I recommend Dr. Bell's Pine standard during the last IS months. Tar Honey to everybody with weak Bryan tn tho Esat. HprrrroRD, Ky., lungs It is a great success. J. B. Mr. WlJliam Jennings Bryan is going Will 111. practico his profession in Ohio Rossell, GranUburg, For sale by about the country preaching the same Special atZ. Wayne Griffin & Bro. doctrine that he preached during ho and adjoining counties. tention given to all business entrusted campaign In whloh he figured as a nomOffico in RGfunuoAN inee for tho presidency of the United to his care. t'ntion. States. The activity of the tree silver building. Greenville, Ky,, March 20 (speci..uat.MiiiiMi ,1.. forces is not to be winked at. They are .III. al.) Under the following call the good and persistent fighters. They reCommittee met here to day: AHMISTEAD JONES, alize the fact that new men are entering into citizenship every year and that ''Notice to Democrats: The members of the County Democratic Excu-tiv- e some of them may be won over to their sldo of the currency question. They HARTFORD, KY.. Committee are hereby notified propose to held the ground they have will be a meeting of the and to secure more if they can. The Will practice in all the Courts ol Ohio that there Special atcommittee, 'in Greeuville, Ky , on free sliver advocates should be met and adjoining counties. Office Saturday, March 20, 1897. Business more than half way in this fight that did tention given to collections. not end with the victory won by the with County Attorney. of importance is to be transacted, sound money forces last November. and a lull attendance ofcommiteemen Trenton Gazette. is desired. All persons intending to Japan's Proarretelve Step. be candidates for the Democratic Japan shows both its progressive-nes- s and Its financial honesty and sense nominations tor the various county and -Somi-Weck- ! are requsted to be present and in V uw o u , v t w a, V v -- ... 4l.I ' .lt. iuc umiumici; .. u. .wi ujnm cummci.i r.tIo enforeed hv Jefler- - ' : j- iu j, occasion. auu uuu nuugiib uy cvorjr nuiacuiug Q I Ht ulmtntatraUan until tho Elindltea tiled Geo W. Townes, Chairman. ' Tho committee met and culled into to moke a dollar out of 60 cents. N. Y. consultation with it, the Populist World. KOTlOffi. County Committee, the silver! te and I wakt everr nan end women In the Tnitea State Intereited In the Opium and whisk' Populist candidates, and some ol the babiU to bare one ot my boot, on the.e die 11111. AdilreM II. M, Woollej, Atlanta, Oa. leading sllverites nnd Populists of the iloz SHI, snd one will be ent joa tree. county, but there was no invitation given to any sound money Democrat, . Whether in the form of pill powder I.oiiUTllln.IlriiUrr.nn .t'KI I.onle Hull, wny IV In Kireei June 1. No. 41. No. 43. or liquid, the doctor's prescription for nor was there one present. daily . dally West bound To the Intense surprise of every- - , m.urv or ash. Tueie dru, bol.ie L LouUville . . . 7 55 a m 6 30 pni and dry it up in the L, Urnndtnburg . . 9 22 body except the committee and to the up the poison 7 55 also dry up the 8 o dUgust of everybody except the nom- system, but theyme same time. marrow h Itvington . . 0 49 tn tue Done at 858 inees the result of this call which, on The suppleness and elasticity of the I, Stephenport . .1028 9 8 its iice was for consultation only, was joints give way to a stiffness, the rack- LCloverpott .. .. 1047 n 12 ing pains of rheumatism. The form I. Ilawesvllle 944 a 'usiou between the sllverites and bends, the bones ache, while I. Oweeitbnro . . 12 15 p mio 48 Populists and the nomination by the ecrepltudc and helplessness prema- ArHendetton . n 55 15 turely take possession of the body, and No, 44. No 42 co.'imittee of the lollowiug ticket! it is but a short step to a pair of daily dally East bound Representative, S, M. Uaton, Pop crutches. Then conies falling of L Honnersou . 720am 2 ss p m u'ist County ludge, George W. the hair and decay of the bones, a con- L Owonsboro . 3 55 82$ dition truly horrible. Townes, sllverlte. - 9 25 4 53 I Contagious Blood L Hawrsville . nPOTASHiy Cuunty Attorney, Will J. Cox, sllvite. 9 50 roison the curse h Cloverport . IWEWURW 10 II 5 35 of mankind is the I, Stepheupott Ci.tultClerk, Dr J.'M. Stuart, sllverlte AZlu2SSSnsB most horrible of all I. Irvington 616 10 51 Ci Jnty Clerk, Chas. Taylor, sllverlte. diseases, aud has si-- 1, Brandonburg 6 39 11 18 8h:tiff, J. II Plttman, sllverlte. wy " Ar Imsville 12 45 P m 8 00 doctors. Their pot - ' Ford, Populist. Jailer. John I.. Kill vtY Jii ash and mercury TIME TAIII.r. I. t'. II. II. IIKAVISH Assessor, R. E Bridges, Populist. bottle up the poison, DA KY. but it always breaks Surveyor, W. A. Mohon, Popnllst. OOINO XAST. UflsHAuiSiisB 1 forth again attack Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 .1. tn. County School Superintendent, Miss ing some delicate No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. organ, frequently Mail Dlrtle Nunau. No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. the mouth and Fast Mail Coroner, I.. J. Bethel, silverite. throat, filling them ooiNO wBtrr. ' So it would appear that the "busN with eating sores. No. 201 ij a in. 8.S.S., is the only Fast Mail new of importance" which caused I No. 221 a 12 25 p m. known cure for this Mail Chaliman George W. Townes to call Local Freight No. 291 03.25 p. m. disease. It is oarelv vege the committee together was to nomiII. MBRftlCK, Agt. table, and one thousand dollars reward Is nate Dr. George W. Townes as Counoffered for proof to the contrary. It ty Judge. The nomination of Coun- never falls to cure Contagious Blood ty Attorney was first oflered to M. K. Poison, Scrofula, IJciema, Rheumatism, of the any other Courier-Journ- al Yonts. an eloquent young lawyer of Cancer, or you have a disease disease, blood blood. If Master Morton, seeing lake n retried v which will not lulure VOU. this place, but Beware of mercury; don't do violence breakers ahead, said "nay, nay." your system. Don't get bottled up There is some gtound and lofty to Our books sent free to any address, among some of Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, C. kicking and cussing j un-avct s pflBIY jT f sound-mone- Kttorneys at Law Attorney at Law By-la- Attorney at Law, . semi-clvlltz- - 3r. Attorney at Law, c. wtat m. Ito I .XX0m6V Attorney at Law Attorney at jaw Attorney at Law, J.B. .I.MIII Sit-ve- I Attorney at Xaw Tho oft, -. ..: I jlOliwor r jM Mla and Republican the St. Louis Globe- l,Hv,.,. sLvuititji fni one year 1 Bottled Up! J ' 1 1 57 t? "" J , mvi rJi vlf! mil rail r aj gnar-sntee- d 1 The Republican and tho ior ono year ior S1.50. uiL ? dt'&Mtto. .w4 JKkdkv i.. . I llWM"llEtftsV.,..rrt -- y!' ffiffiMNyifllitf! A"1 t Sfri-- j 'U- -.i j.V-iJ- 1 mixw-uim-ni imuiiv-u-tjui- ui UK -- It " "ipibli' lo escape the choice ' narrator of incidents anil events One FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1897 may rnshollin the midst of bl nar ratnrs, but he la certain lo onloli li! Office on Fox Street. victim again nndoummenco where he Inntil Hiery r'rlilnynt llnrlfnril, Ity. left ofl. . Editor. SAM A. ANDBRSON Tiikiii: is n morbid curiosity among Subsorlptlon, $1.25 por yoar thourandsofmir peoplo that is patni This was strikingly ilat Hartford Ail lo see. Itntcred nt the ns second class mail matter. lustrated by tho conduct of the multitude that congregated about tho placo when Jackson and Walling I were hung by the ncok until tbey were dead, dead! post-office Hartford Republican. j Our churches during the month of April will have n lttriHv iiicieaed midii-iice- . Tho Indies will turn nut I their new Easter bonnets to mo II ml be Men. nM Wx have to remind the nnd Fnril&vllla Kriraw that their nt- Inrk on the editor of this paper is very much uncalled for nnd is mighty In regard to tho lirj"uriialisin. notice we published of tho Populist Cummilieo, it was given to us as a matter of news, and was furnished by a Democrat, whom wo understand belongs to the Democratic Committee. We were told that thero was disefl'ec-tio- n in tho oommittco meeting and as we publish tho nows wo wcro glad to If people don't want get that item. things published in Tub Republican they must keep them very quiet. L. HEPDL1CAN TICKET. Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1807. County County Circuit County Judge, Jos. A. Park. Clerk, M. 8. Ragland. fc I f Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Attornoy, M. L. Hcavrin. ShcrifT, 8. T. Slovens. School (Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxloy. MACISTRATIt. Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. Cromwell Dist Jonl B Wilson. Announcements. For IteprenetilirtUe. We are authorized to announce R. A. BYERS As a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the action of the Rtpublican party. Announcements Damocratie Ticket u J i We are authorized to announce ELI II. BROWN As a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. T. OWEN as CirAs a candidate for cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixfh Judicial Dls trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Tor Comity Attorney We are authorized to announce J. B. VICKERS As'a candidate for the office of Couns ty Attorney of Ohio county, subject to theDemocratic party. We are authorized to announce For Commonwealth's Attorney. If tho Democrats nnd Peoplo'a party voters propose to get up a fusion ticket why don't thoy do it by select ing n now devico? If thoy do this it will prevent one party from gobbling up tho other and all candidates would bo considered and voted for In almost overy county whero the as belonging to the same party. Thoy might call tbelr ticket tho "Citizens free silver Democrats nnd Populists Ticket" and uso "10 to 1" as a do- - lmvo iusod, they havo taken n new vice. device. It will bo determined at Hartford next Monday whether thoy In tho great political upheaval that will all voto und'r tho rooster or landed Kentucky In the Republican whether they will select a new dovice. ranks, a great many fellows were If they all vuto under tbo rooster it cast to tho surface, and floated Into will kill tho Populist party, and wit office, who aro not of sufficient calibre show clearly that tbo Populists have fill tho oflicos Into which tbey bavo to been sold out to the Domccrats been suddenly and unexpectedly Tho Populists who have principles placed. This of course will work will object to tho wholesale trade of some disadvantage to tho party. But their principles, but the bosses will as matters adjust themselves, our best crack the whip and say: "Fall in, men will bo put forward and further boys, you belong to us." embarrassment along this line will be A striking peculiarity ot the fusion avoided. idea now being endorsed by Populists The silver Democratic party must and free silver Democrats is this: go. It is not entitled to do business In counties where Democrats cannot on our platform, and must not. The elect straight ticket the assistance of a aim and object of tho Democratic Populists is eagerly sought. In counparty is to destroy tho Peoples party, ties where there is a largo free diver but wc havo it in our jiower tore-ver- Democratic majority, the Populists tho order of things by electing aro refused by tho Democrat, that a new set of county officials this year they (the Democrats) can elect their and thus drive our would-b- e masters ticket without tho aid or consent of from the field. Let us take tho Ken- j tho Populists, nnd tho Populists are tucky 8late motto: "United we aaviseu to Keep in tno middle ot the stand, divided, we fall," for our mot- road. If Populists do not heed this ' to and watchword, and victory will .advice they are nnceremon'ously poarch on our banner. Farmer's kicked in the middle ot the road Journal. (Pop.) any how. so "Cure talk "In favor tug ot Hood's Banwparllla, B 58 1 for no other mod & cine. Its great cure recorded in truthful, convincing language of gratef at men and women, constitute Its most effective advertising. Manj ot those euros are marvelous. They have won the oonfldenoo ol the peoples hvo given Hood's Barsapa-rlll- a the largest salos In tbo world, and have made necessary (or Its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's BanaparlUals known by tho cures It has made euros ot scrofula, salt rheum and eocema, euros of rheumatism, neuralgia and weak nerves, euros of dyspepsia, llvor Itroublos, catarrh euros which prove Cures I Come to Hartford and NmvCashotore 'iy our Spring Ooods from tho ol ' I I Ji vT .W.,i,COri Ei r Is the Hood's Sarsaparilla kest-- ln 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 monoy. The prices aro right on every articlo in our entire stock. We will please you in this direction as you wore never please before. Below we give you a few of our many bargains: STAPLE DRY GOODS. . ! ! ! u nOOCrS 11 Pills fact the One True Blood rurtfler. clre Hvcr 111); easy to take, easy t opnte. 2So. To Wrock tho Pooplo's Party. The gigantic scheme to wreck the Plaldcotton Peoples party, by a lew of our leaders and the Democratic patty, failed last year. The Democrats at the St.Louis Convention agreed to withdraw Sew all if we would nominate Bryan. Jones the chairman of the National Democratic committee was on the stage at our convention, but alter our conven tion, as you know,'" Sewalf was not withdrawn, and even in the States ot Kansas, Colorado and Idabo.although the People's party won in those states there was not a Watson delegate on the ticket in either state. A mote gigantic scheme to wreck the People's party could not have been hatchc'. Mr. Butler, our national chairman, is now kicking at our noble leader, Tom Watson, because Tom phows up the treachery of Butler, 'tor not demanding the withdrawal of Sewall as per contract, and not allowing Watson delegates in Kansas, Colorado and Idaho, three People's party states. "; "u aaicmc is King wuucu m this stale' A few leaders who want Heavy domestic Sen Island domestic Diess gingham Apron gingham uoou percais . . Yaid wide pcrcnt Mack s (tine ..!!!.'!!! Good blue cottonade Bed ticking Dest ticking (hold feather-- ) Red table linen Dlcach table linen Canton flannel Cotton leans (heavy) All wool jeans WHlf paln.l rlinlft Colored carpet chain .'.'.'.'.'. ':'.'. ...... CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. NOHON DEPARTMENT. Nowhere in the county will you This depigment is full of batgoins Hue ol clothing to compare ho,e Sc And E '. .10c with otin In prices nnd quality. LidiM henvy black hose '.'..' cc Mem rntton socks 5 chthlicns suits 6 to 13 jears . . (15c c ' ' ',"' " " 5c '3 ' better grade oK V.r '. '. '. '. -- Be "" y- .10c Youths suits from . . . $t 75 to $3 50 Jens suspenders . 10c boj-ties from . . sc to 40c Youths all wool suits . $3 00 to $8 00 10c Mens nnd " percal $ $ 00 '.'. 4c " ncst !' shirts worth 50 for . 35c Mens black worsted Sc " " cassimerc (extra fine) . $8 00 ". .".'. ?5C far roc 23c sinus jjic " goou wont drawers fl 50 oc Mens all wool pants drilling 15c " white unlaundred shirts . . 35c Mens jeans pants 90c 15c a handkerchief) for 5c Good cottonade pants 48c 25c 4C IWack K. !l s ... ... iaK- Lndios good kid gloves . . Ladies belts Ladies leather lelts 25c . pm Cuttalu polls bra's fixtures 5c - . . ft 00 . 17c w,e,cft,n nml wm Curtalu draperysftom . . sctoi2c We can not mention every article on lhis "ne In this department, but it is full of " " wood " . . ve',m . . . 48e I7Jc 10c give us n look and we are 15c We simply ask jouto come and sure to sell DHPART-MUS- you. moaey SHOW AND SLH'I'KR bargains, and you can save money "" ""' "'"'" ""-'"""-- HAT A ND CAP DEPARTMENT. Mens wool lints 35c Mens fine wool hats 48c Mens lur hats 50c Mens tourist shape hats . 75c Bojs hats from 20c to 75c Boys caps from 10c to 4"c Hoys straw hats 5c Mens straw hats 10 see us when jou want Call and anything in this line, we are sure to please you. ... Mens fine sluxrs ft 00 DRUSS GOODS DUPARTMKNT. . $1 15 Mens Creole Congress . . . We can show you n full line of Ladies fine shoos 90c Dress Goods at prices that will suit rhildrens shoes trout . . . 25 toll 00 the timea Infants shoes 25c fancy plaida for children . . . . sc Ladies slippers 48c 20 36 inch henrietta Chocolate and ox blood slippers 40 " novelty suitings from . 35 to 50c from 75 to $1 50 42 inch all wool henrietta 40C 36 Inch henrietta In nil shades . . 20c Mens ox blood shoss $1 So We have n full line of silks, braids, Mens choccolate shoes . ft 50 jets &c tor trimming. Remember We are not blowing but can acthat our goods are all new and if you will give us a call we are sure to tually save you money on this line. please you. Get our prices before buying. t .... ......... ... Our will Republican administration it y lit m I- - i r A 4 A favorite remedy for many of the ills of this life is Simmons Liver Regulator, the most popular medicine yet discovered. It is a searching cleanser, and by its action frees the -- HAVE OPENED THEIR system ol all impurities, produciug a sound, healthy liver. It it the standard household remedy for liver nnd stomach troubles, and has the unqualified endorsement of thousands of our best citizens throughout the For HeireNeutnlle. There is a difference of opinion be-- , country. Having been before the to announce We are authorized twen silver and gold Democrats, as people for many years, its long and john j. Mchenry Nut-heTrlilli In n to what is now the issue between DeAs a candidate to represent Ohio Impure blood is the natural result honorable career is a sufficient guarThe antee of purity and reliability. Simin the lower branch of the mocracy and Republicanism. county of close confinement in house, school the finan-cia- l next General Assembly, of Kentucky, free silver people argut-ltba- t mons Liver Regulator, is manufactur room or shop. subject to the action of the Democrat-i- t question is the issue, whilst the ed by J. H. Zeilin & Co , PhiladelBlood is purified by Hood's Sarsaparty. gold standard men hold that the tariff" parilla, and all the disagreeable re- phia, and is readily distinguished by is tho issue. It is immaterial what sults of impure blood disappear with the red Z on each package. can be truthfully said that a flf m the issue is. The majority of the the use of this medicine. JlXJrt. cigarette when in use has a fire at one people, and a very large majority M. T. Likens has moved. If you wish to feel well keep your. end and a fool at the other. too, indorse- the principles of the Rei blood pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Misses Tula Phillips and Cora Allen are on the sick list. Watch the free silver Democratic publican party. They believe that Hood's Pills are the best family Mr Logan Combes and Miss Lucy paity swallow the People's party at the prosperity and best interests of cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, York were quietly married at the Monday. tho country demand that the reins of their convention hero next government be placed in the hands reliable, sure. home ot the bride reir Concord on It's about time for Republican of the Republicans and kept there. the 17th, Rev. W. D Cox officiating. A Democratic Hcheme to Itcniroy the Populists to come back if they don't Born to the wife of T. C Shroader People's 1'nrly. The Democratic party stands topropose to be sold out by their office day before tho American people comIt is a concocted arrangement for on the 29th a girl. w Miss Susie Allen visited in the seeking leaders to tho Democratic mitted to a policy that, if put into op- every Democratic candidate to throw Washington neighborhood Saturday party. eration, would wreck the United his arms around the Populists when they come to town and ytll in their and Sunday. A fino new OMNIBUS will meet nil day trains nt Reaver Dam. An olgant vohiclo nnd good horses Ir Ohio county People's party States inside of two months. Tho ears "Principle," and inform them John Duke is on the sick list. guarantees r comtorlable ride. All orders promptly attended to. Leave order nt Field's Livery Stable, voters mean to turn their party or- party stands committed to the free that Democrats and Populists advoWe have an Interesting Bible class orner Market and Union Streets, Hartford, ganization soul and body over to tho and unlimited coinage of silver, and cate nearly the same "principles" nnd at Concord which meets on Saturday free silver Democratic party for sake the history of every nation that bos that Populists should unite with the night. Miss Susie Duke has returned home of naming candidates for three or four ever tried the experiment, shows that Democrats for the sake ot "princiWntnon on Fnalon rilllora .tot lee. To further convince ple." Everyone knows that at the from Narrows offices they can do so by voting the it is disasterous. "Fusion editors must revise their All patties indebted to the estate ol fc. . the peoplo that tho Democratic party sound of the word "principle," the R W.Hagerman and Leslie Comb.--s rooster of Populist Congressmen. rooster ticket. Dr. J. 15 Pendleton, deceased, by has Through Passeuger Trains and is fast passing ofl the stage we may ears of a Populist stand up like those have gone to Evansville with logs. Some of the members we have been note, account, or otherwise, are here-b- y Fast Bfficient Double Dally Service Tuosn Republicans who agreed to confine ourselves to tho political com- of a rabbit; why, because the People's Plow Boy. jubilating oyer, could not see their notified to call on me nnd make from Cincinnati and Louisville to try to make timos better by joining plexions of Ohio county. A few party is founded on "princeple." But way clear to support the Populist the host settlement they can. It will & vfeVv-the People's party can now no doubt years ago that party stood up before the Daviess county Populists took nominee for the Speakership in the be impossible for me to call on all in connection with the B & 0 S. W. see that their plans nro being thwart- the people with their boasted majorithe Democrats by surprise, they present House parties indebted to the estate in per to Louisville, reaching direct Or tuak. ed and they aro about to bo sold out ty, but the intelligent young men rushed to the Democratic committee Ing close connections for principal A Populist Congressmen who cansou, nnd unless this notice is heeded For Infants and Children. by their party bosses to tho Demo have joined tho Republican party, and said: "We are for "principle," not vote for the Populist candidate within a reasonable time I shall be points SOUTH & WEST Come back home boys, and becauso it is right, because it is strict we will forsake our name, we will Tltht- crats. for Speaker, is the queer cut legiti- compelled, in the discharge of my dutall. on its own and connecting lines, ln fin I mate oflspring of the fusion Populism ties as executor of Dr Pendleton's don't be trapped in this way. ly American, and because tho best forsake our device, you do the same, lliWUI mrr eluding Vlckshurg and Jackson, w of the campaign of 1896, which was with you on a to place his claims In the hands Miss , BatonRouge and Natchez, ot the people can be secured and we will La If you belonged to ouo church how interest Populist in matters of talk, but of an officer for collection in order to Little Rock and Hot Springs. Ark.., through the party. During tbo as- Citizen's Ticket, with n device sepawould you like lor your preacher to Democratic in matters cf vote rate and apitt from n national device, I'roliBbly JtnrrlrO nir. settle said estate within the time re- Waco, Fott Worth. Dallas, Houston cendency of the Democratic party change you over into another conand Sau Antonio, Tex , and points on A Mr. Cooper ami Miss Barr started for "principle." "And yet these fusion fellows do quired by law. W. B. Rrnber, tbey were loud in denouncing the just the Pacific Coast. It also has thrsugk gregation without When Mr Woodson, the publisher to the Baptist church near Beaver not like for you to refer to their jour consent? Populists, both in their papers and nxccntorofl B Pendleton, dee'd passenger trains and fast efficient Dam, Ky , last night, but soon of the Messenger and the National This is just what tho Chairmen of It angers them immoderately. daily on tho stump. Tho Populist party At the office of Taylor & Mc Henry, double Jackson,service from New Orfor this State, who changed their minds and concluded The humble writer of these lines has committeemen leans, the Democratic and Populist commitMemphis and points holds to the same teachings now that acted as county 29 tf South and West on its own and concommitteemen by they would give the old folks the slip just received a long and threatening Does the rank tees havo attempted. did in 1893, yet we find from the proxy, said that the Deinccrats could and come into this city to get marnecting lines to llnckleii'N trnlcii hiilvc. letter from one of these conscience-stricke- n and file of the voters belong to these it Herald that it was composed of An- not give up their device, as it would ried. They drove through in a buggy The Dest Salve in the woild for CINCINNATI, men vaguely hinting the LOUISVILLE, Do they nttompttosay two men? archists, nnd everything el so bad at debtroy the Democratic organization. and arrived heie this morning at 5:30 drcadlul things he will do to us if we Cuts, Uruises, Sores. Ulcers. Salt CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS that thev own the two parties? Tile Tho Hartford fltraldia Now we ask every true populist, if it o'clock and took breakfast nt the Roby allude to the record of his paper any KUcum, l'eversores, Tetter, Chopped that time. Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all making direct voters will answer. connections with tho bitterest enemy that the Populist will destroy the Democratic party house on Prederica strce, near Third. more. We trust said editor will Skin Uruptions, and positively cures through trains for all points After breakfast they made several calm himself and indulge in more Piles, or no pay required. It is in tho State. In its organlzition to go half way over the NORTH & EAST Tub Popocratio Bo3sos have decid- party ever had Inquiries about the license and were "knee practice." Let him repent guaranteed to give perfectsatUfaction Including , ed on the following ticket, which issue ot November 1, 1893, we fiud fence and vote a citizen's ticket, what or money refunded Price 25 cents Pittsburg, St. Louis, Chicago, will it do for the People's party or told that "Col." Josh Griffith, the his disloyalty and pray for pinion. per box. For sale by Cleveland. Doston, New Williams Ht York. tbey say will bo nominated at their tho following: Philadelphia, Baltimore and "As a subsidizerof the press Broth- ganization if they go entirely over county clerk, would require the nec- There is no sense in threatening us. Dell. conventions to morrow: For County '3 1 yr. Richmond. essary permission from the young We didn't do anything to an) body. er Pirtle is a decided amateur. When nnd vote the Democratic ticket? II, T. Thompson; for Circuit he 'procures' a newspaper nnd then Clerk, "Wo Soil Goods Too.1' Solid vestibule trains throuzh Where is the Democratic principle lady's parents. Not having same, it We answer attacks when they nre n Clerk, Chns. E Ford; for County At- 'procures' some talent (?) Iroui abroad they yawp so much? Can you huflet sleeping cais through free not was all over, so far as getting mar- made on us, but we do not hunt up 22 pounds standard granulated sugar to come heie to teach our people how 11. Vickew; for Jailer, torney, Jo was concerned. They trouble with these fusion fellows. ft 00, 5. 6 and 7 pounds good green reclining chair cars to vote, he ought to 'procure' his see that the rcbeme is to give a few ried here Wnrreu Taylor; for School Superinhirelings to say nothing about each Populist leaders n few crumbs of pie crossed the river at 7 o'clock and left We take it for granted that they are coffee $l 00, Atbuckles 15c, good can Particulars ol jour "local railroad They have other. tendent, Chns. II, Ellis. His brother Lanklord says and that would be an inducement for for Rockport, saying they would be feeling just as mean ns men ought to corn sc Clarka O N. T. 2 spools lor uciiet pgent. gono into a trade with the Populists, Mr. Pirtle gave $60 to the organ the Populists to vote the Democratic married by noon and return in time ftel already, and that the severest 5c, best colored carpet warp 17c, S G Hatch. Div, Pass. Agent, Cln- which ho to advocate his whero thoy buy their votes and will election. 'procured' says yyi clnnntl punishment they can receive Is the while 15c good culiw at Mr. Pirtle this is not ticket, and by so doing the People's for supper Owensboro Inquirer A Scott, Div, Pass, Agent, and 4, Fancy at sc Best Columbia Jwo allow them to namo the balance of true, and the organ aforesaid says he party would be swallowed up by the lashing of their own consciences Memphis, The Populists aro kick- - only paid 'his prorata.' A fine kettle Democratic party? tho ticket. Ask your "It is only when one of these oat- - shirting Ge. apron check ginghams A. H Hanson, 0 v a., Chicago, DrUBB13t ing on thesaioof their principles, but ol fiah truly for a 'reform movement riots goes out ot his way tobenpatter 5c, domestic 4c, fancy table oil cloth Don't be humbugged, Populists, to become.1' W A. Khlmwd, a o.r.A,, Louisville, for a generous u take the Davies ouuty plan. the man they betrayed, that we make '7 c, zinc trunks $1 jo Furniture their bosses say, "keep still," wo At that timo tho Jferald says the cent trial size nnd chairs lots of 'em, tables snfts nnd a gentle reply, Tho old lino If the People's pirlyls to forsake KIjt'm t'renm tin I in havo bought you, ThePloatlngStudlois at South Car. Populist party is a "liuo kettle of its device, the pttty you cooperate contains no co will cons fine rockets. No 7 step stoves $4 50, rollton "And these gentle-replie- s Domoorats now say that they will not full." Well the same fish are in tho mercury noi with mii't co the same, otherwise, caln, tlnue to be ready whenever these fu- a fine double ovenfS 25, best washing vote for the Populists, but will stamp any other inju kottlo now and the Herald man is stny 111 the middle e Thos, machines ft 73, best sewing machines road sion fellows shoot onr way in the square opposite the names of Ityou are owing us Qti subscription rious drug. on the matket $ to, clotning at your we will appreciate It If you will "drop their owu men and lot the Populists down on his knees with tbo balance R. Watsou. Pnimtr's Journal. It is qulekl) go, tho Populists say tbey will retali of his party begging the Populists to own price. We have famatu Oliver n and psy up Absorbed. Glvcf ate by doiiik' their men tb 0 sanio way, come to thoir rescue. Wo leave it to !5-- ',l Plows and other kinds cheap. Also Ilnw many deaths ran he traced to Relief at once It SUBT . The Rev Dr. J S. Coleman, who if the Demncintio bosses don't let tho people to say whether n pjrty can opens nnd clean,.C0LD,NHEAD was visiting lu Louisville la&t week, big lot clover and Grass seeds. Write a "slight cold? ' The record of morfull liokot. The fits-- , thorn put out a for samples and prices, have any principles that will dnas tality would be grwily reduced If rv esthe Nasal Pa? sa ges. Allays iuiUui ion muddle is on. has been n minister for forty four j Monum AD, JONBS Si Co. nnd Protects th the Democratic party is now d ing home was btiliplkd with a bottle matlon. Heals years, nnd has baptized 4 7(2 persons; Centretown, Ky, Membrane. Restored the Senses of Com- in Ohio county. When tho Popuof Dr. Hall's P.ne Tar Honey. The Taste and Smell. Pull Size 5c.; dedicated alxtjMonr housei of worlist party goes into a fusion with that gteat exterminator of coughs, colds. Trial Size 10c at Druggist) or by ship; ordained torty-fopreachers, Vniivniul .r.m. Ue.t Uncti Syrup. i'- Tttfit- 0w' Cm Ml party tliey glv up ihuir party and fTl latlBA. Hold bv diwufUl. tlmll. ti n Por mail crii in d kijuey aflsctious and organized forty time rhu'ehes DMIUtl sale by Z Wayne Gritlin & Uro. ULY BROS , 56 Warren St , N. Y. . becino slaee to their cuemUi Courier Journal. K and beneficial tarifl laws, without the aid or consent of any other nation on earth. In fact foreign nations view with open displeasure the enactment of patriotic tarifl laws by Congress, because it aids America, commercially and financially, and nt the same time injures tho trade of other nations. This however is to be expected when we remember that wo are now living unF. L- - FELIX der an administration that is wholly As a candidate for the office of Coun- American m its nature. Thanks for of Ohio county, subject ty Attorney of the Democratic party. this are duo the Repulican party. to the action enact wholesome The following did not originate in this office, but it is appropriate: "Newspaper men are blamed for a lot ot things they cannot help; such as using partiality in mentioning visitors, giving news about some folks and leaving out others, etc. They simply print the news they can find. An editor should not be expected to know the names and residences of your uncles, aunts and cousins, even if he should see thcinuffon the train. Tell him about it. It's news that makes a newspaper, and every man, woman and child in the neighbothood could be associate editors if they would." ll. are "Eyeing with the Demo- to deliver the People's party to the Democrats by inducing them to vote the Democratic ticket at the coming election, and make the people's party wreck complete. The question is: Can a few Leaders Dictate what the Patty Shall do In a County? Nol Farmers Journal. office crats We want to do business with you and arc willing to giro you all the bargains we can get. Our goods arc all new and bought with tho 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. SENRY FIELD & SOUT i4. It 3Te-- TISTSZF'IKIIES To tu.a.3g,x'Ora. ZLiXHTE Boav oir 33ara.. Illinois (Jen. CASTORIA Memphis Orleans m &u tec-or- ' Dufl-ilo- pull-ma- 2i, CATARRH r of-th- I ev-e- I 3 rj ur OASTOniil. The Republican and Louisville for $1.25. j.n jllllll.lll uwuillllU JUU tit "- - " k" ,,..- - - ' .,.,.. wi """- - TBTH 1 ssasHnHw vm.wmii'mwifmww Mwmu mhmim$9fflmm11 - mt&M mw wwWWimiWHMW Vi"VM-'-" rtt.- - h f i4 nr'sirr f ill WH! flrfjw , ft .., -- x., shirting, scat Pair Su oumtriw goida 40 Inch wliltw scrim & Co's Awarded (kso&CO scat Fair & & tlighMt Honors World' Pair. We are iow m m leauy FOR THE Co's Wish FAIR & COMPANY to say to their friends that their New Hat Co'fl. tor men Ht Canton's en- Buy your clothing' from J E. Fogle tire lino of Spring Goods aro in and ready for inspection. No where in the county can you find a line &Co. Good calicoes fiir 4c. at I. E. Fogle mm Jlf U if CREAM m 10c our price 7o 26o our prico 10c H5c our prico 25c 50c our price 25c 15c 80c 50a our prico 25c 12Jc our price 0c 5o our Gc &Co'a. 50c for nn elegant unibitlla at Fair & Co's. The very best garden seeds at A.D EQUAL IN QUALITY Absolutely Puro. White's. Apron check Fair & Co's. BAKING POWBItt MOST PERFECT MADE. pui e Cnpe Cream of Tirtar Powder. Frer from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A We have just stocked up on iimi - Remember we carry nothing but goods and can guarantee to our customers entire satisfaction in first-clas- s Style, Quality Celebrated for lti great leavening J& strength and health fulness Assures Boys, you sh6u!3$ce Fair & Co's the food against alum and all forms ol adulteration common to the cheap neckwear. brands Rovai.BakinoPowdbrCo., Opening of Millinery next week at Nrw York. Fair & Co's. See Carson & Co's ad. Heavy black and gray hose jyic at Fair & Co's. Fair & Co's ad will interest you, See our new hats. Carson & Co. Red table linen for 15c per yard at Lots of new shoes at Carson & Co's. J. E. Fogle & Co's. New York State, early seed potatoes New mattings 10c to 25c at Fair & ginghams . 4c at IN OUR LINE Singlo Width worsted tells inch one half Henrietta worth 3G inch all wool serge worth 3G inch nil wool cathmero worth SG Emimm And it order to make tilings niovo wo give you a few prices: y' AND Good calico Apron checked gingaras Dress style Ginghams Finest grade ginghams Good shirting Heavy domestic Best bed ticking Good cotton jeans . . . s Turkey red table linen Best white carpet chain Best colored carpet chain Ladies black hose Lidiea heavy gray hose Good corsets Good double Iront overalls Mens heavy box Ladles finehandkerchlefs Great big bordered handkerchiefs Ladles belts Mens good shirts Boys suits Youths suits long pants Mens all wool pants Mens all wool suits Co's. nt A. D. White's.' 'in 19 IB rw H9 9B WB B' H Note Our Prices: , , . &Co's. White carpet chain at Fair & Co's. Good Domestic for 4c at J E. Fogie Percales yard wide, worth Fair & Co'a for 8 tf c. xoc, at D. M. Fcrryro ' standard garden 15c, colored 17c seeds nt Pate Bros", White table linen for 20c per yard ' ntJ.E. Fogle wsA. A nice Umbrella for jjoc at J. E. 4c , c Fogle & Co's. Big Bargains in Underwear at J. E. 5c 8c Fogle & Co's. Visit J. il. Fogle & Co. They have goods at the right prices. Good grade calicoes 3c, dark 90c buys a Indies fine Slide at J E. jc styles, at Fair & Cq'b. Fogle & Co's. 5c For anything in the tonsorial line Two liandkercblels for 5c. at J. E. 5c call on E. L. Bullington. Fogle & Co's. 10c 15c 15c 3 cakes of good toilet soap 10c at Yard wide bleached cotton, clear of Fair& Co's. starch, 5c at Fair & Co's. ". . ... 17c 7c 39c Hoosler brown cotton, one yard Look at J. E. Fogle & Co's 65c suits wide, 3Jfc at Fair & Co's. for your boys. 5c Mrs. G. T. Westerfield is visiting Men and boys ties lrom 5 to 40c at her parents at Central City. J. E. Fogle & Co's. ... - 1 Don't fail to visit us this spring. Bet- Prof. A. C. Foster, Louisville, is Call on E. L. Bullington for a good 48c the guest 01 his parents here. shnve or hair trim. , . 5c Shirting and cottons for 4c. per 35c buys a White Unlaundred Shirt 5c yard at J. E. Fogle & Co. at J. E. Fogle & Co's. 5c Men's good Drilling Drawers for J. Y Fogle & Co's. is the place to 10c 20c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. buy your goods everything new. 35c J. E. Fogle & Co. want your Eggs, 65c See our prices on wool goods. Feathers and Ginseng. Carson & Co. $200 Bring your chickens, eggs, feath50c ers and wool to Carson & Co. We sell for cash only from this $4 00 Carson & Co. buys an elegant shirt, 1 pair ol date. 50c cuffs and 2 collars at Fair & Co's. ter selection, bigger stock owcr prices than any house in Ohio county. We want your egss, feathers, etc. plartford gemple of fashions, Sam Casebiei, the 'bus driver, will take you all the way, day or night. Big line of cottonades for boy's and men's pants nt J. E. Fogle & Co's. Remember we do the very best Job printing at the lowest living prices A. D. White has a lull line of hardware, stoveware, &c. Give him a call. Hon. R. P Hocker, Beaver Dam, gave us a pleasant call Tuesday while In town. 65c buys your boy a suit with a ball and bat thrown in at Fair & Co's We are going to quit the clothing Now is the time to buy a business. suit at Carson & Co's. Lalies seamless black or fan, fast color, ootton hose, actual worth 25c, Fair & Co's price 15c. r Oolorrn Votcrn. Render, Ky., March 30 In connection with what has already been written in regard to the late Republican convention, I wish to say that the colored voters are satisfied with the work done by that convention. We only had one man on the track and we are well satisfied with the race he made. I talked to Mr, Baltzell and he told me he was satisfied and was going to vote the straight Republican ticket Our people met at Hay-t- i before the convention and we agreed to support the nominees of the convention and we will do it to a man. I have been a silent reader about the letter so often commented upon by the Herald, which it says his Un cle Jtck wrote, and I will add that Unc'ejock Shultz talked straight to the boys at Taylor Mines last Saturday night. He said he was with us for the entire Republican ticket and not only In the next election but for all time to come. He said: "Why boys, Uncle Jack you know am too old now to change. I've been voting the Republican ticket too long to change now. Where could I better myself? No, I am going to vote that way as long as I live." We all took Uncle Jack by the hand hnd had n good laugh. Now a great many colored voters at the Mines, are about all Republicans, but in speaking of the colored voters at the Mines you must not understand me to say that there are colored voters at the Williams Mines who vote Republican. You remember that when Judge Morton was a candidate for the management of that Mines said all the boys' had to vote the Democratic ticket. The boys didn't fuse, you know, but they lost ther jobs, and that order stands good nntil J. D. Waikbr. Prof. John W, Brewster, teacher of stenography in the city high school, having resigned to take a position as court stenographer in a Western city, as stated recently in the Messenger, the position has been filled by the appointment ol Prof. R. P. Miller, who, with his brother, has been engaged in a school of shorthand. Prof. Miller will give his school into the hands of his brother, Mr. Mnrvin Miller, and teach the entire session, excepting for one "hour, as formerly. The schools are fortunate iu thus securing the services of Prof. Miller, he having been the iustructor under whom stenography was so successfully introduced in the high school. He will take charge of the class on Wednesday, Prof. Brewster teaching until that time. Prof. Brewster leaves the schools with the confidence and esteem of the boatd of education and the best wishes ol all with whom he has come in contact No one stands higher in his prolession, and Owensboro lose3 a good man in him. The employment of Prof. Miller, aside from his especial fitness for the work in stenography, is advantageous in this regard, that the change is made in the middle of the term, when a new man would be at a serious disadvautage, wVUe now the classes will not suffer Messenger. lirthe least Cballics nil wool ono way ' Cballies all wool 3G inch novelty drees goods worth 3G Inch percale, best quality, worth SGlnch Eloosier cotton, by the bolt, worth 3G ( prires'c inch Sea Island cotton worth our prico 5c $2 50 GOc Good calico worth Men suits Boys suits White carpet warp Colored carpet warp Cotton warp matting worth Good matting worth , 5c our prico 4c 14c ? ISc 35c our price 20c 18c our price 12c These prices are for CASH or good (Joantry fYodciee And no other proposition will be considered. We are going to close out our e And quit that part of the business a suit this is your chance. We have cut the price on everything and you will find it to your interest to come with your cash to see us. C 0 5 H 1 N If you need l'rnl. II, 1 lllllcr. at We will close out winter Underwear 25 per cent discount. Carson & Co. yAtiUHsl One at Our AMtnl Men- The Hartford (Ky ) Republican has this to say of a prominent Ohio county minister: Dr J. S. Coleman will reach his three score and tenth birthday next Tuesday, having been born and reared in this county, never having resided out of the county but two years and a half, and resides within four miles Few and a half of his birth-placmen of the Nineteenth century have left their impress more indelibly upon the age in which they lived, or who have left behind them stronger evidence of great usefulness. He has been forty four years continuously in the ministry, during which time he e. J!& rn- - Notwithslnndingour burnt-ou- t last July wo nro still Mr. and Mrs. Jus Sullenger, headquarters tor all Owensboro, will visit the family of Mr R. M. Walker Sunday. Judge Jno P. Morton, Messrs. E.L. Bullington, R D. "Walker and Henry Nail were in Oweusboro this week. Mrs. Kir by, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. M. Hocker.has returned to her home near Narrows Bottom Out. Below we give a few of our many bargains. 4 Hooslerfactory cotton (any lcngth)4 " Good Bleached 4 " 6 " Hope Best Cheviot Shirting, Best Fancy Table Oil Cloth Tobacco Cotton, Best White Carper Chain 15 " "Colored 17 Alt our Checked Ginghams 5 Good fancy Dress Ginghams, 5 " India Linen, 5 filllngCashmere, 10 Silk filnish Henrietta, only 20 Mens' Good Work Pants, " 45 Chllds' " Suits, 75c nud $1.00 Mens' " only $4 00 Step Stoves, Complete " $ 6 25 2 Spools O N. T. Thread for 5 Ladles Good Fast Black Hose 5 " " Vesfs, 5 and 10 XXXX and Arblckle CofTee 15 Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for $1 00 pair, Good Trace Chains, 25 " Recleaned CloverSeed, $4.25 All-wo- .t Buy a Birdsell wagon lrom J. H. Fatton. Corn taken in exchange at We will not make any more tickets market prices. or keep books alter this date. Don't Steel and Chilled Plows. Moth Walking and Riding Brokers. Uest quality of Carson & Co. Remember my grocery stock is ask for credit. Planters, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and Corn Drill, Check-rocomplete and my prices are the very Mr. Henry Taylor, living below without tongues, Dic Harrow?, Fencing Wire plain and barbed. All above lowest. A D.Wiiitb town, was kicked by a horse last SunFirst class repairing Implements are guaranteed to be of the beat quality. Remember Fair & Co. sell the R, day morning and his leg was broken. n specialty, also n full line of & G corsets for 85c. of aU kind done promptly. French woven The Beaver Dam Dramatic Company tobacco and wheat. You will find us at our old 39"- have postponed their coming to Hart-thi- s fertilizers for oat, corn, week on account of the protractRemember you can buy a good pair stand on First and Railroad St. Como in and see us. of cottonade pants for 43 cents nt I.E. ed meeting. Fogle & Go's. There are three contractors In HartBEAVER DAM, KY. Miss Hettic Reynolds, of Fords-vilt- e, ford this week making estimations on Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. the proposed new brick buildings of Lout, NlrnycU orNlolm Thomas Bros, and T. J. Smith. A Itrplj . old, E. Monison. One Jeisey milch cow, 7 jcars In last Friday's issue or Tiib Mrs. W. M. Mercer died at her brown on sides and back, has short A nice suit of clothes at Fair & there appeared a communihorns, long, heavy tail, unmasked, Co's for lees money than any house home in Paducah last U S. Tabor denouncing cation from Sunday. She was the grandmother low, heavy set, in good condition in the county. In reply my views on sanctificatlon. of Mrs G. T. Westerfield, of "this She left home ou We are looking for a new lot of city. to his nncB I only have this to say. when last seen. term the I6th of last month and wheu last short lengths of good calico to sell at I never said, "I never use the seen was in Beaver Dam. Anyone All wool serge 35c, all wool cashsinless perfection," your own Mr. 4c at Carson & Co's. remark, finding herwill be rewarded by Geo. mere 25c, Wesley is the author of that wool cashmere 16c, all Mrs. Dr. E. W. Ford and little W. Thompson. Beaver Dam. 33t with whose doctrine you claim to be daughter are visiting the family of percals9c, good calico 4c, cotton warp For answer to perfectly familiar, Cob W. II. Moore, Sulphur Springs, matting 20, good matting 12c, best Subscribe for Tin: Republican. french ginghams 7jtf c, apron gingyour long lfst of quistions, I refer this week. Don't ItrrU Tliem, ham jc, Hoosler cotton 4c. you to the article that you attempted Have the Democrats proposed a fuMr. C. H. Hughes and Miss Lulu to set aside. Study it, and then come Carson & Co. sion or division of county officers in Miller, of Taylor Mines, were married Very truly yours, etc., again. Union county? No. They do not at the Commercial Hotel Mondy by The following named persons have I. P. Hicks. need Populists to elect in that county Rev. G. J. Bean. paid their subscription to Tub Mr. Abe Kahn died at his home in They love the Populists in counties since our last issue: Jo Mr. A. D. White has just received He was one of where it is necessayy to have the Cromwell last week. the most complete cooking stove that Eskridge, Fordsville; T. II. Aull, Authe oldest citizens in Ohio county, Populist vote to elect them to office. D. C. Black, Jno. Sutton, J. F. was ever brought to Hartford. It burn; and had a large circle ol friends and You can Fee the Democrats will do burns coal oil, is perfectly harmless, Felix, Alex Barnett, Hartford; A. S. fie anything that will enable them t6 acnualntauces ill the county. and will cost only about 3 cents a day Bennett, Bedat D$S. Smith, Pleasant leaves a wile and seven chlldien to hld their seats at the , r to do the cooking fbr t lamily. No Ridge. mourn his Joss. Parmer's Journal. no black. It is comdust, no dirt, That tired feellrtjr is due to impovplete in e rory particular, and every erished blood. Eft rich full tamily llchet. the blood with family ought to have one for summer Hood's Sarsaparltla and be strong March so The Greenville. Ky use. 5'' County Executive Committee ol the and vigorous. National Democratic party met here The Fordsville Express says: to day for the pnrpose of fixing a Special low rates from Beaver Dam "While Mr. J. J. Tilford was having time, place and manner in which a number of teeth extracted by Dr. to State Convention of Peoples party nominations for the various county Hiynes, he sjddenly became unnerv- at Louisville April 7, 1897, one tare Quite a numoffices should be made ed and was taken with the cramp ($3 10) for toundrlp, on sale April 6 The family circle ber of prominent Democrats were He was in a very serious condition and 7th. Good tf)l April 10 to return, is never to happy present fn cousultotlon wl'h the comTo convention of Baptfst Young Wednesday night, and is still very after the chain Is mittee, and the universal sentiment sick. The number extracted were Peoples Association of Kentucky, at broken and a link Ira w was to put out a lull ticket, and make twenty-thre- e. taken. Some family Ills many friends Louisville April 6,7 and 8th, fare 1 & 1 strong and vigorous fight In the a chains are strong, waited on him and ministered to his thinl on ceitificate plan. ($4 15 ) others weak. Have coming campaign. To Southern Baptist Convention at wants, and it will not be long before you a good family The committee autboilzed Its chair-ma- n Wilmington, N. C-- , May one Jerry will be out again. historv? Ur is to rail n massMneeting to be fare for the round trip, 35) on (here a tendency to coughs, here ou Mon held at the court-houA Inliinblo l'rcrlillnn. sale May 3 to 7, good for return 15 throat or bronchial troubles, Editor Morrison of Worth Ingtou, days lrom date ol sale. II Merpick. day, May 31, when thesvund-mon-e- y weak lungs? Has a brother, Ind., "Sun." writes: "You haven m ,1 Democrats will put in the field a sister, parent or near relative valuable prescription in Electric Bitall county offices, and Brooklyn, N. Y.Dec. 19, 1896. full ticket for had consumption? Then your ters, and I can cheerfully recommend Messrs. Ely Bros : I have used they will be such men as command family chain is weak. it for Constipation and Sick Head Ely's Qreani Balm a number of years Strengthen It. TakeScOTTS the full confidence of the people, and OU ache, and as a general system tonic it and find it works like a charm. It EMULSION of Cod-livwill poll such a vote as will surprise with Hypophosphitcs. It has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, has cured me of the most obstinate fusionlsts and show them that the makes rich blood, gives strength 2625 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, case of.cold tn the head in less than people will not indorse the star chamand vigor to weak lungs and was all run down, could not cat nor 48 hours fiom the time I felt the cold ber proceedings resoited to by them, n constitutions. With digest food, had a backache which coming' on. I would not be without nor support candidates nominated by its aid the system throws off never left herand felt tired and wqaty ft. Respectfully yours, them Many Democrats who supacute coughs and colds. It prebut six bottles of Electric Blttera reported, Bryan have denounced the PRisn'K Friks, 283 Hart St, vents the chain from breaking. stored her health and renewed her Shall w uod you a book about this, ticket and unhesitatingly fusion Cream Balm is kept by all drugstrength Price 50 cents and $1 00 gists Pull size 50c Trial size 10 pledge themselves to support the by ill ilnifgbu at e nj$ij For Get a Bottle at Williams & Dell's cents We mail it SCOTT & BOWNE, Nw Ywk. ticket put in the field by the Notional Drug Store. Democracy. ELY BRO?, 56 Warren St , N Y kinds of Farming Implements. Horse-shooi- 1000 yds. good ca1ico(short " 1000 yds. 2500 yds. best calico, length)! Kc 3ic c c c i7c 6c c ic WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, ." Broken Chain se (6 er run-dow- fff ! The Daviess county Democrats wet Tuesday to consider the proposition of the Populists to divide up the pie, butthe Demmies indignantly refused. Democrats are no longer calling themselves Democrats: They are the "silver paity," "reform forces" and like the horse apples floating along with real apples, they would exclaim, "How we apples do swim!" Beware of any Populist paper who, since the election Is willing to call the rot ton pemocracy "refornvforces." The reform part ol the silver forces Is now doing business on its own account and under its own name of viuich It is not ashamed. Populism will make great strides in eastern Kentucky this year, but the boys in the trenches must keep tli. fiyht up in western Kentucky, f( r the seducer is among our ranks with them, t'ere trying to lead the innocent A great theological ricbile. 14 anastray, nounced to take place In Columbia Owen county Popnllsts met at county the coming summer between Owenton not loup since, and after Dr. J. F. Hall and Dr. It. W. Alder car vassingthe situation resolved that son and while Dr. Hall will, cf If e keep on fusing there won't be course, make his own 1 election oi enough left of us to bury decently, moderator lor that occatlon, Ihoje There will be a populist ticket in he may ask Dr. Coleman to seive in "Sweet Owen." that capacity, as no man could do it Democratic bosses are making grcit better, and none deserves the compliefforts in western Kentucky to get ment more. The Lord willing, I Populists into their primaries. Pop- shall hope to be one of the many ulists should not go into the prima- brethren at that great debate. A.B. ries for they will be expected to sups Miller in Arkansas Baptist. port Democratic noiuineett The aim oi the Democratic politicians is to deTor Hftlc. stroy the peoples party and there is One ol Geo P. Cram's New UnN ' no better way to destroy it than byfi versal Atlas, It Is the very best and getting populists into their convenfinest Atlas that is made. Will sell tions and primaries. Keep out and cheap for cash. Apply at this office. maintain your self respect. Wanted To barrow JS00.00 on property worth 4 times the amount TW.Itire Call on or address A B , care The Until npiivi RBruBMCAN Haitford, Ky it Pop-nlis- ts ! I t'opnll.t llinlrmmil'nrkcr on Fmlon has baptized 4,712 persons, organized forty three churches, ordained forty-foministers, dedicated sixty four churches, married 2,000 people and presided as moderator over the district associations since 1857, and as president of the General Association of Kentucky since 1859, with a few shoit Intervals, and now holds that office." This clipping from a paper in the town where Dr. Coleman lives shows him to be one of the most remarkable and useful men in the denomination, and having known him from my childhood, being raised in seven miles of his home in dear old Kentucky, and he having befriended me, when a young man struggling for and education, I find pleasure in bearing testimony to his great ability and usefulness. He was elected sheriff ot his county when, barely old enough (or the position, and before his term expired he refused the nomination for congress by the Democratic party, which would have been equivalent to an election, believing he had been called to preach the gospel. And the statement above shows how faithfully and well he has seived In the highest oi callings. Dr. Coleman would like to visit and preach for the brethren in Arkansas, and I am sure the brethren would greatly enjiy having him ur c c c c c c c c c c c c c Jones & Pleasant Ridoe, Morehead, Ky. Remember that we buy butter, eggs, hams, chickens, (bacon and laid; in fact all kinds of country produce for which we pay the highest market prices. Patii Bros. Seven Months With Feyer. Wonderful nceoverr of Mr. Datrd's rapid and marreloua f rom a mere kcleton to his normal weljht, 270 poandi. mi surelrtlieuUnittator the and balldlBf-u- p grandest strenKtb-fmnmvuiciav over pruuucou, uauivij t IItk. recorery Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine. A a iHsHft. vA OASTOIIIA. ffi&&U ,""" 3 n dakd "Gentlemen -- I wish to express to yon mj gratitude for the great food tbat lr. as lor ue. AervlK il!t, afck withbaa done rarer .and II lata tjpbold taken In bed for aeren months. Alter BCtUnx orer tbo feror I was thin, uerroua and,I tired, tried and did not retrain mi lost strength. several proprietary xuedtclnee, and Anally, after harlng been reduced in weight tout t pounds, I began trying youriVnM, once began to improve. Was II nally tntu ihl eurul, and today I can say I never felt betpounds ter inIs all my life, and weigh TO measure aty normal weight, as I This t feet 6H Inches In height." J. U. IIAIUD. Bouth Bend, Ind. Dr. Miles' Nerrlno Is old On poaitly ad Dr. Miles' Nervine SEf, nIPMfelw ? Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, Al'KIL a, 1897 Much m Little Is Mpwldlljf true or Itood rilln for no mulletr tontalotd o great -- urMivc owtr In to imall jacfl. Ibey are it whole innlklm ein DEMON In Gentleman's Guise Apologized to the Ladles After a Sickening Murderin Their Presence. Foroclty chest, always ready, at mm. m m n ways tfflclent, always tat- H B 1 Istactoryi preterit a cold H orlew, euro all liter Ills, alek headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc Xc The only rills to tako with Hood's Sarsaparllla, Hood's " lOj nlL'M 3 al L of Two War-tlm- o Guerillas Rocallod By Fid dling John's Doath. that it will grow and thoroughly establish itself until again overthrown by some such wild upheaval of pot-Itin auity as that through which we have recently passed, Tne growth of prosperity is in no sense due to the election and inauguration of Mc- Kinley, except se far as his administration gives promise of placing our financial system upon a sure and sensible basis, but it follows upon the gradual subsidence of the spirit of business alarm that shook every enterprise to its foundation at the mpending danger of the free silver threat The man who will not see better times at hand because he does not want to open his eyes to a diss greeble fact has placed himself in the legendary attitude of the ostrich who buries its head in the sand rather than face the situation It is the duty of every fair minded man as it will be the put pose of every sensible one, to refrain fiom crying calamity from mere consideration of anerv partisanship, and to cheerfully recognize and advertise the exlstance of better conditions if a fair and unprejudiced judgment of the matter con vinces him of their exlstance The Harrodsburg Democrat. Lnwrenceburg, Ky., March 26 The recent mention In a dispatch irom Middlesborougb, Ky,, oi "Fid Turner's terrible revengekilling the sixteen men at different times who brutally murdered his brother Sara, years before the wild carcet of Tom Coulter and Bill Magruder, two of the most and altogethercruel men that followed the black flag of the guerillas during and shortly nftcr the war in this section. Coulter was a fine specimen of physical manhood, beingover six feet in height and faultHe was hand, lessly proportioned. tome, graceful and courageous, but he was thoroughly reckless and desdllng John" ls blood-thirsty U I- - i I f I The Rhode Island State election taKen placa April 7. The Republican and Democrats have full tickets npHPffc in the field. The Democratic platWTrtQ II -. -- I .malln ll form 'Snorea National isiue confinin5 -- I.. w 1IMJI1.MCI. tAkbllilll. Pnnitr. if such a itself to State affairs. The Repusli thing were possible, in his inhuman cans indorsed the St. Louis platform acts. 1864, and the prospects are that the Stato Some time in December, Long's division of Federal troops, will go several thousand Republican. It is usually very close, sometime 10,000 strong, was passing southward through Bardstown. With the divis- only a few hundred votes being the ion were two young officers Dr. majority. These Shuck and Capt.McCormick. How many deaths can be traced to young men, on a previous campaign through Nelson county, had become a "slight cold? ' The record of morvery friendly with the family of Hon. tality would be greatly reduced if every home was subplied with a bottle Wm. R. Grisby, who was a promiThe nent lawyer and staunch Union man, of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. and his family being exceedingly in- great exterminator of coughs, colds, teresting, the young officers spent croup and kidney affections. For many pleasant hours in their society, sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. The Grisby residence was situated on Better Tlmm Atienil. the summit of a high hill, a little ovBusiness is better,there is no doubt er a mile east oi town. On their re- of it says the old reliable Courier turn with Gen. Long, Shuck and Journal. Increased activity is noted rode out tothe Grisby farm to in many lines outside of the stock pay their respects to their former markets, which, after a long period daughter filends. Mrs. Gtisby, her of inaction, seem near the developand the two officers were seated in ment of a "boom." The railroad Grisby had just the parlor. Mrs. business is the largest interest in the finished singing the "Star Spangled county, and that has undergone a and all were in highest Banner," very perceptible improvement. Gros spirits. At this juncture, without earnings for February on 130 roads the door was previous warning, show a loss of less than 1 per cent, thrown violently open, and Bill Maas compared with the sime month a gruder, followed by Tom Coultet enyear ago, although there was one day tered the room and commenced firing less in the month and receipts last at the soldiers. The women screamyear showed a great increase over the ed and fainted, and Dr. Shuck fell same period for the two preceding dead with a bullet in his heart. Capt. is very satisfactory esMcCormick, severely wounded, fled to years. This pecially as earnings for the first week an adjoining loom and sought safety of March show a decided gain, both under a bed. Magruder followed, helpless on the preceding week and on thesame and creeping close to the week one year ago. It is plain if our man, placed a pistol against his head and brains splashed great transportation lines are recoverand fired. Blood ing their losses then the whole counon the pistol barrel, and as the inhuman monster nrose to his feet, he try mut be reviving. But other placed the revolver to his lips and kinds of business are atso making lapped the gore from the polished better showings Both Dun's and weapou. Then, with hat in hand, he Bradstreet's ogenc!e3 reportlthe spring and approached Mrs. Gtisby, and in the trade as steadily progressing, apologized for kill- failures as steadily decreasing. courtliest manner There is nothirg feverish, uncer ing the two meu in her house. Turning again to the dead officers, tain or speculative about this revival. the guerrillas stripped their bodies of The best thing ol all is that it seems everything valuable, bowed them- to have started with the farmers, who i ts selves out, mounted their horses and are making large purchases of and other supplies and who escaped, though the country was have learned in spite of the calamity-howler- s swarming with Federal troops. that, much us they have sufTrue liulretl. It is a singular metaphysical phe- fered, they ore not bankrupts, and nomenon that the average free silver are not going to be bankrupts. Matpartisan will grow white and speech- ters have mended slowly for the realess with rage at the bate suggestion son that firmers could do nothing in that the hard times are relaxing a lit- the winter, but with the thawing of II you the snows they are on the move to tle. Call him will, hurl the charge of Populism at create the wealth where wealth must him, and decry the Chicago platform always be ctcnted. They have now as a mixture of dangerous fallacies, given the impulse which evety other and perchance you may escape his line of business Is beginning to feel. T'.ie nation is inconceivably better anger, but only dare to whisper the worn "prosperity, - oniy ineeKiy sue- - ofl than it was a year ago. It would better ofl " things were at a gMt the bare possibility of "better 'or n,,e"'1 oJ s Is no populist ahead and all the vials of his , campaign no attempt to pcV peo wrath descend upon you. never pretended Ple ' mad now no fear of an ex-t- o The Democrat has say as some of our 'steemed con- - hausted gold reserve. If we only stuotl still we bUotilu doing better temporaries intimate that thecoun-(.trs now enjoying superflu- than if we were sliding back, as we ous degree ot prosperity. Wearetiot were up to last Novm'xr But we struggling tinder the accumulated are not standing still now, for we burdens of wealth nor hilaiious with have retted, and our motto once mote P. n igraph. the Intoxication of suddenly acquired is Onward. riches. The Democrat only contends that prosperity, as a gradiulnndcum-illativ- e Til fa- . perate and exceedingly dangerous unIt was told der all circumstances. that his father and brother had been killed by Federal home guards at the beginning of the war and that he had entered the field solely for purposes of revenge. It was his boast shortly before he was killed by Federal soldiers that he had murdered nineteen of the men who had assisted in killing his kindred, beating "Fiddling John," above referred to. just three in the matter of revenge. One of Coulter's most inhuman deeds was committed on water. In company with Bill Davidson, he boarded the Morning Star, a packet plying between Louisville and Owensboro, and killed, in the most atrocious manner, two discharged Union soldiers, and then robbed the passengers, of whom quite a number were on board. "Bill," or Harry, Magtuderwasa slightly built young fellow, with a handsome, though rather effeminate, face. lie was born near Boston, in Nelson county, and was said to have been the illegitimate son of a prominent citizen of that section. His manners were polished and his bearing, when he so desiied, was that of However eentleman. n thorough Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 188G. , --. , A. V. GLEAS0N I 1 Lucas County, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J CHENEY. STATB OF UIIIO.CITVOP TOLKDO, Thliilta bj-- nTtinnher. Why don't the citizens of Haitfotd vote a tax In support of a graded school as provided by the common Sj'itoI law? Why do parents allow their boys to gather on the ktteets on Sunday nt .mint's and play "keeps," spin tnpv jill, &c Instead of tending tii in to Sunday School? Why don't the People's party and i ee silver Democrats hold joint conventions to nominate thcircandldates? Why will free silver Democrats say they arc not Populists, and Populists say they are not frecsllver Democrats when both arc supporting the same set of candidates? Ate the boys bullied by the "bosses?" Why didn't J. P. Stevens announce as a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the free silver DemoWas it because thai cratic party? office had been traded by the"bosses" to the People's party? See? Why won't Hon. E D. Guffy be the right man for Circuit Judge if the new Judicial District is established? Why do some people carelessly sign petitions and certificates without knowing that statements therein are true? Why was it thatourlate grand jury did not "investigate" indictment against a certain official which was re referred to them have the metns bers of the old grand jury summoned as witnesses? They were witnesses and lormed the origual indictment, but they were not called on to testify in the late "investigation.'?) Wc tcpeat, why was it? Why is that some people take a special delight in opposing almost everything that tends to build up the moral and social natures of our common humanity? Why is it that they vote for open saloons and against a school tax. Why does the Herald go back on A German farmer of Reno County, Kansas, while delivering his wheat to Fair View Herd market last week, was continually of the wheat He eating hands-ful- l was taken sick a few days after, and the ease bj (fried the doctors. The Pips in pairs not akin. Como anil nun grew worse, and the dsatui mo my 8tock, or write your wants. fearing death, If no relief was giver, an operation was determined upon Prices reasonable. 11 Gm It was performed and over a quart ol J. G. WELLS, sprouted wheat was taken from the Beaver Dam, Ky. stomach of the German. The wheat The longer you neglect a cold the had not been cracked, nnd not passharder It Is to get rid of it. The very ing through the stomach, began to first almptonm should be met with a grow. Some of the sprouts were two dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey inches long. The man Is in bid This famous remedy will cure It condition. whether of short or long duration For sale by Z Wayiie Griffin & Hro. f oletnd of im (i miimtir tn (Jhirms, SEE THAT THE i.?FAC-SIMILE -- AVcCclable Preparation for As -- iiur" SIGNATURE slmllallng UicrooUnuiincj,nila Urglttc btomado nnd Bowls of op Your Your Intelligence is questioned by Inl(lllriir Subscribe for The Republican and get the druggist who tries to influence you to let him bottle anything for you when you ask for Dr Bell's Pine No druggist can put this up for you he cannot put up anj thing like it St is not to be h id in bulk- -it is to be had only in 25c , 50. and $1 bottles. There is nothing 'just as good" as Dr. Bell's Pins-THoney. Avoid those substitutes with similar sounding names. When you buy Dr. Bell's see that the bottle has never been opened and that it bears the picture and testimony of "Good Old Granny Metcalf," and the name of the E. E. Sutherland Medl cine company, Fountain Park, Padti-caTar-Honear h. all the news. Renumber Bullington, the barber is the place to get your hair trimmed up in nice style. scholarship in the Lexington Business College. A scholarship in Bryant and Stratton Business College. A icholrasbip in King's Commercial College. A scholarship in Keuycn A Not NAitc otic. JlmjJtUSftl' PromotcaDigcstionXIiectrul ncssnndRcst.Conlfllnsncllhcr Opiutn.Morpttlnc liorifiiicral. dLtf&Z IS ON THE JtotefCMarSMVZlMVKB WRAPPER OF EVEEY t tor Nntit HSrmfitJ- forConsllna-tlon- BOTTLE OF . A perfect Remedy Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca, College. Apply at this office and we will save you big money. mdLoss of Sleep. Tac Simla Signature of uiUBIIH i T11RSiA cst-tl- it Louisville Dental Co.. TEV YORK. tf " Ky. to t.ll not 10U la bull. Iton'l sllov nj J too tBjtUag ill m fl tr prcmln tilt it tr-- I coed" kid "U1 HUB ll pct." - Bm tint 701 g?t Citoil li vat ip la lottle relr. It Jit "jut n tl. tittj For Nnln A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good otched, two hundred bearing trees, good buildings, nnd in good community. For futther particulars call at this office at once, tf exact copror wttAPpen teSlJia&&CcA(AC II nam S7X . SlTZZr" "fL .JJW. t" KING'S AUSTIN F. HOTEL Bo-- . 1 14 - ' Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous suffices of the system. Send for testimonials, free. J. F. Ciibnby & Co , Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's family Pills are the best. SEAL the thinks it thuuk about the Populists from 1891 to 1892? It controls the same set of thinkers, (if tbey do 531 think) that it controlled then, and the simple change of name of the editor on editorial page don't mean that the owner does not dictate what it says editorially. Wonder if Candida-- , cy of publisher Felix has anything to do with this? Why did we these thunks? A TltUNKEh. 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Ferocity of Two War-tlm- o Guorlllas Rocallod By Fid- - cheat, always react?, nl- n ways efficient, always sat- - iCS) n H L tsftttoryi prerent a coM n D 1 1 orferer, euro All llrtr Ilia, alek headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. c Trie only rills to tako with Hood' Barsspatllla. Hood's A 2) dllngJohn's Doath. Lawrenceburg, Ky., March 26 i f! i The recent mention In a dispatch , irom Middlesborough, Ky., oi "Fid-dllng John" Turner's terrible re vcnge killing the sixteen men at different times who brutally murdered his brother Sam, years before recalls the wild careei of Tom Coulter and Dill Magruder, two of the most andaltogethercruel men that followed the black flag of the guerillas during and shortly after the war in this section. Coulter was a fine specimen of physical manhood, beingoversix feet in height and faultblood-thirst- J. i; He was proportioned. graceful and courageous, but he was thoroughly reckless and and exceedingly dangerous unIt was told der all circumstances. that his father and brother had been killed by Federal home guards at the beginning of the war and that he had entered the field solely for purposes of revenge. It was his boast shortly before he was killed by Federal soldiers that he had murdered nineteen of the men who had assisted in killing his kindred, beating "Fiddling John," above referred to. just three in the matter of revenge. One of Coulter's most Inhuman deeds was committed on water. In company with Dill Davidson, he boarded the Morning Star, a packet plying between Iuisville and Owensboro, and killed, in the most atrocious manner, two discharged Union soldiers, and - then robbed the passengers, of whom quite a number were on board. "Dill," or Harry, Magruder was a slightly built young fellow, with a handsome, though rather effeminate, He was born near Boston, in face. Nelson county, and was said to have been the illegitimate son of a prominent citizen of that section. His manners were polished and his bearing, when he so desiied, vas that of a thorough gentleman. However in point of cruelty he was a perlect j monster, excelling Coulter, if such a thing were possible, in his inhuman acts. Some time in December, 1864, Long's division of Federal troops, io.ooo strong, was passing southward through Bardstown. With the division were two young officers Dr. Shuck and Capt.McCormick. These young men, on a previous campaign through Nelson county, had become very friendly with the family of Hon. Wm. R. Grisby, who was a prominent lawyer and staunch Union man, and his family being exceedingly the young officers spent many pleasant hours in their society, The Grfsby residence was situated on lessly hand-tome, dea-pera- te that it will grow and thoroughly es tablish itself until again overthrown by some such wild upheaval of pol-itin nnity as that through which we ha ve recently passed , Tlie growth of prosperity is in no sense due to the election and inauguration of except se far as his administration gives promise of placing our financial system upon a sure and sensible basis, bnt it follows upon the gradual subsidence of the spirit of business alarm that shook every enterprise to its foundation at the mpendlng danger of the free silver threat- The man who will not see better times at hand because he does not want to open his eyes to a fact has placed himself in the legendary attitude of the ostrich who buries its head in the sand rather than face the situation It is the duty of every fair minded man as it will be the purpose oi every sensible one, to refrain from crjing calamity from mere consideration of angry partisanship, and to cheerfully recog- and advertise the existance of better conditions if a fair and unprejudiced judgment of the matter con vinces him of their existance The Harrodsburg Democrat. dlsa-grceb- al Lucas County, j Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS tor each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK! CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. , . A. W. GLEASON I 1 Statu op Ohio.Cityop Tolkdo, ) ThlllliK by nThntihrr. Why don't the citizens of llartfoid vote n tax In support of a graded school nt provided by the common law? Why do parents allow their boys tn gather on the streets on Sundny ni'irnitiissnnd play "keeps," spin trpv til. &c., Instead of tending to Sunday School? tu Why don't the People's patty and i ee silver Democrats hold joint conventions to nominate their Candidates? Why will free silver Democrats say they arc not Populists, and Populists say they are not free silver Democrats when both are supporting the some set of candidates? Are the boys bullied by the "bosses?" Why didn't I. P. Stevens announce as a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the action of the free silver DemoWas It because that cratic party? office hid been traded by the"bosses" to the People's party? See? Why won't Hon. E D. OulTy be the right man for Circuit Judge if the new Judicial District is established? Why do some people carelessly sign petitions and certificates without knowing that statements therein are true? Why was it thatourlate grand jury did not "investigate" indictment against a certain official which was to them have the mems bers of the old grand jury summoned They were witnesses as witnesses? and tormed the origual indictment, but they were not called on to testify in the late "investigation. "(?) We tepeat, why was it? Why is that some people take a special delight in opposing almost everything that tends to build up the moral nnd social natures ol our common humanity? Why is it that tbey vote for open saloons and against a school tax. Why does the Herald go back on s:'nl 111 A German farmer ol Reno County, Kansas, while delivering his wheat to Fair View Herd uisrket last week, was continually of the wheat citing hands-ful- l He was taken sick a few days after, nnd the case bj filled the doctors. The Pips in pairs not akin. Como nnd man grew worse, and the doctors seo my Stock, or writo your wants. fearing death, if no relief was giver, nn operation was determined upon Prices reasonable, 11 Cm It was performed nnd over a quart ol J. U. WELLS, sprouted wheat was taken from the Beaver Dam, Ky. stomach of the German. The wheat The longer you neglect a cold the had not been cracked, nnd not passharder It is to get rid of it. The very ing through the stomach, began to first simptoms should be met with a grow. Some of the sprouts were two dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey inches long. The man is in bid This famous remedy will cure It condition. whether of short or long duration. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Ilro. foland r of (Jhin&s, SEE trojro JJ THAT THE FAC-SiMILE " AYccc (able Preparation for As slmliatmg ihcrooUnmlHctf ula ling llic ijlomachs nndDowcb of SIGNATURE OF m Your Intctllitrnce Your intelligence is questioned by the druggist who tries to influence you to let him bottle anything for you when you ask for Dr Bell's Pine No druggist can put this up for you he cannot put up nn thing like it it is not to be h id in bulk- -it is to be had only iu 25c, 50. nnd $t bottles. There is nothing ' Just as good" as Dr. Bell's PinsTar Honey. Avoid those substitutes with similar sounding names. When you buy Dr. Bell's see that the bottle has never been opened and that it bears the picture and testimony of "Good Old 6ranny Metcalf," and the name of the E. E. Sutherland Medicine company, Fountain Park, Padu-caTar-Hone- all the news. Subscribe for The Republican and get X7X iTomoteaDi&cslloaCIiecrfiil-ncss - tftf-z-T - ZiAi Not N Ait c otic. Mejmnm nTulItestContalns ncllhcr Opium.MorpliInc nor MUicral. IS ON THE Renumber Bulllngton, the barber is the place to get your hair trimmed up in nice style. xawtounrXiNvnrmma WRAPPER OF EVEEY ii hir ftnlr A scholarship in the Lexington Business College, A scholarship in Bryant and Stratton Business College. A "cholraship in King's Commercial College, A scholarship in Keuyon College. Apply at this office and we will save you big money. Louisville Dental Co., lllntfitd-lli;r- ii rum tlon.SourStonuch.Dlarrhdca, Worms .Convulsions .feverish' ncss ond Loss OF SLEEP. Tac Simla Signature of BOTTXJS OF Anrrfectnemcdv forConsllM- - new Yomc. Ky. Cutoili 11 sat sn In conlit fault onlr. It t. n. Mil In tttll. TlAft't .lloV .BTflfi. t. Illl joi iBjtUiig h M tb (! er pmmlu tUt It li "Jit ti good" and "will atiww ntrj jxr. fOM." " For tUt JOB Nnln tXACT COPVor WtAPPCn ftt A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good oicbed, two hundred bearing trees, good buildings, nnd in good community. For further particulars call at this office at once, tf 5HG- - KING'S OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $& f, 1 up Gold fillings Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth arc ordered. Office permanently located TELEOBAPHT, PEHUAlTSinP, ETC. AUSTIN F. HOTEL M4W.M.M. GOIHGl UOOK-KKBPIN- COLLEGE the thinks it thuuk about the Populists irom 1891 to 1892? It controls the same set of thinkers, (If they do 531 think) that it controlled then, and the simple change of name of the editor on editorial page dou't mean that the owner does not dictate what it says editorially. Wonder if Candidas cy of publisher Felix has anything to do with this? Why did we these thunks? A Tiiunkbr. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., West Market Stroot Bo twnonSth and 6th, SHORTHAND INSTITUTE S. E, Cor. 5th and Market Sis, 35rLt:rgvxa.oe Louisville, Ky. Clrrks: f R. I.. BAKER 1 T. O. BAKER. SEOET-HAN- on Stla. St- Louisville. Ky. - Adonis the bett facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTTYPU WRITING and SucceM nwured In Tcrnm moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS TilRKR MONTHS. when competent Uminess men furnished Stenographers J'RItlt OP HAND. CHAUGB ' Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. J. F. CHKNBY & Co , Toledo. O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's family Pills are the best. The Rhode Island State election taken place April 7. The Republic can and lisrnosrats have full tickets in the field. The Democratic plat- form ignored National issue confining itself to Sta.e affairs. Tm Republi cans indorsed tbd St. Louis p'atform and the prefects are that the State will go several thousaad Republican. It is usually very close, Bometimei only a few hundred votes being the majority. SEAL AND OASTORZA, SlfUlUt w iimiii & Thrice-a-wee- k tin T7 V fM-tfkf JV&M? C44mtfZ0Lte&&rS(m . tf) K 'UZK, I. !. ffffl! -F- Bffllft. OR The Republican lor Who desires to better his or her condition tn life, should write for too catalogue or too and N. & STRATTON BXSJSSSi&D. BRYANT 406 THIRD HTBEET. LOUISVILLE. EY. No. World $1.65 per year. Goneral Directory. STATE OFFICIALS. Y. ?&jBa Do you want any a EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY member ol family nu farm, in village, in cJtate and Territory. Governor William 0. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingto- PRINTING? If you do, we are ready to receive your orders for at y thing in that line. We print ' FOR KdaeaiUm, FORNftbleMaiiliood, I'OU True Womanhood. IT give all important news of tho Nation. IT gives a'l important uewaof tlm World. IT gives the inoet reliable market reports. the summit of a high hill, a little over a mile east of town. On their with Gen. Long, Shuck and Mo Cormlck rode out tothe Grisby farm to pay their respects to their former fiiends. Mrs. Grisby, her daughter and the two officers were seated in the parlor. Mrs. Grisby had just finished singing the "Star Spangled Banner," and all were in highest spirits. At this juncture, without the door was previous warning, thrown violently open, and Bill Ma- gruder, followed by Tom Coulter entered the room and commenced firing at the soldiers. The women screamed and fainted, and Dr. Shuck fell dead with a bullet in his heart. Capt. McCormick, severely wounded, fled to an adjoining loom and sought safety under a bed. Magruder followed, and creeping close to the helpless man, placed a pistol against his head and fired. Blood and brains splashed on the pistol barrel, and as the inhuman monster arose to his feet, he placed the revolver to his lips and lapped the gore from the polished weapon. Then, with hat in hand, he approached Mrs. Grisby, and in the courtliest manner apologized for killing- the two meu in her house. Turning again to the dead officers, the guerrillas stripped their bodies of everything valuable, bowed themselves out, mounted their horses and escaped, though the country was swarming with Federal troops. True Imlrrel. It is a singular metaphysical plies nomenou that the average free silver partisan will grow white and speechless with rage at the bare suggestion that the hard times are relaxing a litit you tle. Call him will, hurl the charge of Populism at him, and decry the Chicago platform as a mixture of dangerous fallacies, and perchance you may escape his anger, but only dare to whispr the word "prosperity," only meekly sug gest the bare possibility of "better times" abtxtd and all the vials of his wratli descend upon you, The Democrat has never pretended tu say as some of our 'stcemed contemporaries Intimate that thecoun- superflu-- , Mry Is now enjoying ntidegree of prosperity. Weare not .? struggling under the accumulated liUrdens o wealth nor hllaiious with tbeTnfJ?ljtlon of suddenly acquired riches. The Democrat only contends that prosperity, as a gmdiulniiilcmii-ulativ- c growth, is beginnlnf surely hud unmistakably to h felt, and , oecretaryof State Charles Finley. How many deaths can be traced to Attorney General W. S. Taylor. a "slight cold? ' The record of morAuditor Samuel H. Stone. tality would he greatly reduced if evTreasurer Geo. W. Long. ery home was subplied with a bottle Commissioner of Agriculture, HorNote Heads, of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. nnd Statistics Lucas The ticulture Letter Heads, great exterminator of coughs, colds, Moore. Statements, Bill Heads, Superintendent Public Iustruction-Ge- o. croup and kidney afiectlons. For M. Davison. Circulars, Business Cards, sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Register Land Office Chas. 0. Dodgers, Visiting Cards, Reynold. Ilctlrr Time Atieml. Insurance Bureau Commisaioner-- D, Horse Bills, Wedding Invitations, Business is better,there is no doubt W. Comingore. of it says the old reliable Courier Prescription Blanks, Jack Bills. Adjutant General D. R. Collier. Journal. Increased activity is noted Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown in many lines outside of the stock Day. markets, which, after a long period IUILKOAD COMMISSIONERS. first-clas- s of inaction, seem near the developJno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. ment of a "boom." The railrond Detnpsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary business is the largest interest in the Samuel F, Brown. county, and that has undergone a CONGRESSIONAL. Gro.'s very perceptible improvement. Senators Hon. William C. Linds earnings for February on 130 roads say, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District show a loss of less than 1 per cent, as compared with the situs month a Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE LEGISLATURE. year ago, although there was one day Senator Hon. A, D. James. less in the month and receipts last Representative Ohio County Hon. year showed n great increase over the 0. M. Barnett. period for the two preceding same OHIO COUNTY. years. This is very satisfactory es CIRCUIT COURT. pecially as earnings for the first week Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owena of March show a decided gain, both The Republican and the Louisville Commercial ,...81 25 boro. on the preceding week and on thesame " 1.50 and Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney week one year ago. It Is plain if our Owensboro. 1.75 " and great transportation lines are recoverT. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 1.25 " nnd New York Tribune ing their losses then the whole counG. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. " and Louisville Daily Post 2 75 B. D. Riugo, MaBtcr Commissioner try uiut be reviving. But other Hartford. kinds of business are also making G. B Likens, Trusteo Jury Fuud better showings Both Dun's and 1C5S7 Hnrtfnnl. lil.I?J Bradstreet's agencies reportltbe spring Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. P. d"muji il am mi "m al trade as steadily progressing, mid Deputies Samuel Keowti Hartford failures as steadily decreasing. Joe Robert, Fordaville; Thos. R. There is nothlrg feverish, uncerBishop, Centertownj 8. T. Stevens, tain or speculative about this revival. Cromwell. The best thing of all is that it seems Court convcuos first Monday in to have started with the farmers, who March and August and continues three are raaklcg large purchases of i tuples weeks, and third Monday in May and FOR two weeks. meuts and other supplies and who November COUNT COURT. have learned in spite of the calamity-howler- s John P. Morton, Judgo Hartford. that, much ts they have sufD. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. fered, they arc not bankrupts, and E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in The regular subscription price of are not going to be bankrupts. MatWe will send all three to you for one "Demorest's Magazine." ters have mended slowly for the rea- each month. year for $2 00, or 6 mo. lor $t. "ludge's Library." and qUARrEllLY COUKT, son that firmers could do nothing in "I'unny pictures" is $3 30. j Begins on the third Monday in the wlnUr, hut with the thawing of Jnouary, April, July nnd October. DEMOltEST'S MAGAZINE is by far the bast family raairazlno pub the snows they are on the move to COURT OK CLAIMS. lished; there isnono otnur monthlies in which the beautiful and the tiwlul, create the wealth where wealth must Couvenos first Mondny in January, pleasure and profit, fashion ami litcratur are si fu lly presented as in Demalways be created. They have now and Tuesday after the seoud Monday orest's. There id, 111 fact, no publication pretending to n similar fcope and given the impulse which every other in October Every numer contains n free pattern purpose which can compare with it. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. line of business is beginning to feel. coupon. G. 8. Fitzliugh, Survoyor Sulphur ns "JUDGE'S LIBRARY" is a mnnthy magazine offun. filled wlih The nation is inconceivably better Springe. in caricature and replete with wit and humor. Its oontribti'ors aro off than it was a ytmr ago. It would N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. the best of American wils nnd illustrators. be better ofl il things were at a standZ. (I. Sluiltz, School Supt. Hart"FUNNY PICTURES' is another humorous inonthy: there is n launh still, for ahead of us is no populist ford. All three of these magazines ure handsomely gotten in ovory Hue of it. campaign no attempt to coac peoL. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur up lou should not mies this cbanco to secure tbeni. ple to madness no frarofan exs Springs. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Cut here and return Coupon properly tilled out. hausted gold reserve. If we only stood still we should b doing better Keeper, Hartford. Demorest Publishing Co.. 110 Fifth Ave,, New York. JUSTICES' COURTS. than if we were sliding bock, as we A. S. AuLLMaroh 3, June SepFor the enclosed (2 00 p'easa send Denmret's Family Magazine, Jinlgu'a Novcm'x-were up to last But we tember J, December 1. 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