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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897040901 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. E2EEZ1 up Baby Mine! Every mother feels un indescribable dread of the pntn and danger attend ant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the The VOL. IX. I.I7.A, rVJI ANIT1IK WIIKEI.. HaetdrdEepubucm. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of TEE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONQRESSIONAL "Nothing else like it." J The tnml rsfreshlno" nnd pleasant Soap for the skin. 9aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaaHn dMTrWff'Tiiil KBTRi... -- .trftCATED ' HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897. EDDIE MERRICK. NO. 37. Cutaneous1 JSOAI II one of misery. Yes sar, boss, f war born out dar, Jus' n little to de lef of de hill-A- n' tight ou down in de holler FRIEND Is de ncs' of de "wbippetwills." us niggers $&ts the remedy which relieves Now dais what dey called mc fight An' It mos' .wpmcn of the great pain and suf- - To hyar dctnused to make 'sinuatloua ' faring incident to maternity; this Bout gtttin our "grub" nt night. hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made Yo' could not ride a wheel fro den, paimoss, uut an mc uangcr is re- It war lo' dey made dls pike, moved by its use. Those who,use Yo'd bus' yo' sides er'laughin ;,this remedy arc no longer de- Ef I tole you when I fus seed a 'bike.' spondent or gloomy; nervousness Now me an1 I.lza, dats my wife, nausea and other distressing con- Twar one day ya'r lo' las'! ditions arc avoided, the system is We strolled down dls berry road, made ready for the coming event, An' war joggln' erlong sorte las. nndjtiic scrjous accidents so common to the critical hour arc Liza, she war moughty fat, Wide out as slid wuz high; obviated by the use of Mother's An' me, de niggers call me ttlim, is a blessing to woman, Dey said I scraped de sky. Friend. 91.00 PEETJOTTI.E at all Drutr Stores, We war' walking dowii tils terry road or cent by mall on receipt of prion. De sun wuzpoutin' down; BOOKS Containing Inraluabl Information of When Liza, she looked way a head, trier interest to all women, will be tent rlltC. to any tddrwj, upon application, hj Seed a dus' dat siz from de groun'. Ik. BBlDriCLD HECCUTOn CO.,iUlaU.Ga. Den she looked at me wld her eyes its anticipation suffering and danger of the ordeal make 'MOTHER'S Wanted-- An toot larnii nmj mj vrtna mi weana rrewciJOHN WKUI)UUUHN AltorWrit CO uojri. Washington, I) n for lblr tl.ftn prtitt offrr ww uunurvu uitmuwbi wauivo. uu iu Idea Wha tin thick of torn nlmpa thin tnnlntf Itnt bulGed out, Said: "Tom, lo, de Ian, what's dat? Dar's suuifin er'comin' down de road, Looks like a gteas big bat." So on it cum an' closer got I clar I dun cot cold, . I knowil it sho' Wuz'structlon; So ob Liza I took hold Liza nebber turned her head, I thot dat she war dun, I said dat am de debit; An' Liza so' mus' run. So Liza put out down de road, As hard as she could tar; Her dress, it warn't a bit too long; Her feet, yer dey wuz bar. SI, 000 REWARD! The abor. reward win ba paid for proof of 'S ciUtenca of a belter MUMUT Un OAailllO Oil. or a belter Worm Homed than MERCHAHT'S WORM TAHITI. Bold ererjwhera. Merchant'. Gargling Oil Co. Ikport,N.T.,r A. th. a .aaKAaaaBEiaBaanBaaanBaaBBiaaaakM ,.n. WMM.MiunuiM..... .v. MDDHATK Ilia oun orricc it Oppoairc O. s. PATiHTOrri and wa canaccure patent ia Jcaa tuna than thi rtnwxa trow wattune ton. Seed moJ.l, drawinx or photo with deacrlp- don, Wa attrlu, l( paicntabl. or not, Irea ol wn tiua uti paivnc uacevrvo. i cmtjcc hk A P.MfMltT, " Hjw !? Waam I'ataoB," ami ol aam. to tba U. & aod foreign leuauie eat free. Addreu, Careau, and Trade-Mar- obtained and all Fat- - But boss I know yon'd died, Ef yo'd 6eed that 'onian "git." I mos' I jrgot er'bout dat thing, When I see her "hit de gait." ' vr ' OPP. PATf NT OrflCr. WASHINGTON. D. C. ltVVVVVnVVVVVAVAMrVwVVVVVVi -- C.A.SLMOW&CO. 5H I looked once mo' an' on it cum, My feellns I can't scribe; But I kuowtU it war de debll Or a member ob his ttioe. Well, suh, yo' orter see me move, As down dis road I struck, An' Lizi too but she look like Well 'bout like a big fat duck. As a shot past her like a 6treak She looked ready mos' to faint; I ax de Lawd to help yo' But Liza now I can't. Yo' see dat picket fence down dar, I headed straight for dat, An' Wis I went rlpllt Iro' it jus' like n hunted rat. Cose Liza she mus' fallow mc. An for de fence she made, I hollered don' yo' cunie fro' dar, Don't fo' goodness sake. But She So She boss she paid no tentlon, forgot dat I wuz slim, he got las'nd in de crack; did as "sho' as Jim." AUSTIN 531 HOTEL B0' P. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., West Market Stroot twnon 5th and Oth, Louisville, Ky. R I, BAKI5R &.KRKS AND T O. BAKER. She hollered, "marstah sabe me: An' I alius will be good; I'll fetch back all dem chickens, I'll quit dat slealin' wood." I seed dat she wus sposin' AH de family fairs; So I rushed back to help her, For dat wuz wus' I 'cla'rs. Liza she war half way Iro', fas.nd pood an' tight, Sho's yo baun her kinky head Had dun turned alinos' white. Git Louisville Dental Co., Jus' ns got my Liza io's Up cum dat lellow on de wheel, An' boss I felt right foolish, As I snenlccd on fro' de fiel'. Den Liza she played moughty brave, Ax me what I feared; An' said Jus' cos' one hollered, Taint no sign she got skeared. Earllngton, Ky. Jesse Phillips. LIGHTNING KM .aaaaJaiaBiaaiaaMsaaaaBaaaailaaaaBBaaaaBsa 14 W.M.st. SPEED Made by an L. & N. Train With Jack Keough at the OWENSBOKO.KY. $7 $5 GoldCrowns Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 llest set oi teeth (no better uiiule no matter how much you pay) . $& Gold fillings ft up 75c Silver filling Extracting, pet tooth 35c extracting with Vitalized Painless Air 50c Extracting iree when Artificial Teeth nre ordered. Office permanently located Throttle. The FastestTimeon ord. ' Rec- Wanted-- An thr llt bring ralth. Protact Twr CO .Patent Allpr-DJ- , Writ JOHN wiwJlMlOllN Wa.lilniuin, D. O. for tb.lr 1.HJ wire offor of two biuulred tnrenllou. wanfriL and Idea gS i E. v by Jack Keough. In the year iS63 the gteat South, eastern railroad w.is to be sold at auction, from the court house door in The L & N, road was Nashville. very dsitous to pain control of that important line, as it opened up an outlet to St. Louis and the Wost. There were several other roads oiler it and the bidding promised to be lively. The date of sale was ret nt 10 a. m sharp, Nov. 13. The Presi dent ol the L & N then was Mr Meek, Iho founder of Meek City, Tennessee. Mr. Meek and u number ol stocks holders stattet from Louisville in ample time to teach Nashville for the sale, hut a freight wreck, at Kowlctta station detained the fpecial train ol twoconchw, containing Mr. Meek, and p.uty. twelve hours. They arrived in Dowltug Gieenat 8:35 o'clock on the morning 01 the itih Only 18 JUOT A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. fi minutes beWARRANTED. PHICS OOcttJ. one hour and thlity fore the sale commenced at Nishville QiLATta. iixs., Mot. US, 1M3. rarUMadl)ooCo.,m i,quu, llo. Mr Meek had. however, already Cllltl- - tONIOaiid bar OlJOTKB nstHl.l ro. alraadrUthlar aar. In all our ei. wired the master mechanic, at Bow bouulic t& I' t T f a'u( ulnM. naya i.n MM unIt engine artlala init nn iucb unl ranal aatla. ling Greeu, to have (lie ntn tvur.truir. Aiir.twi0o. and the best and most reliable engineer ready to couple ou to their train "for sale by Williams 8c Bell. t The btatement having, been published giving an nccount of the fastest tun ever made on the L. & N. R. R awarding Engineer "Pap" Russell the uouor, hits cnlied fotth a correct tion, as a much faster run was made , "TASTELE TDNIC ;". Hkiw.,.. fnttt Tiir.HAiiK ot'ri.orii. without delay. The bwtt engine on so small and scattered that I cannot Ifi2rainirnie rait THI I roiitr Jiuiwtjiy-- Bath the division at that time was No. 61, get around nnd collect it fast enough Guilty, Judge, nnd I own the crime which was build in England and was to pay expenses." So he posted up a TheYoungost Tologrnph OprfftncEasfapi I slipped nwny with n sick n of fl mt; public notice and askrd all those who considered the fastest piece of maThey ttnbbtd tne just in the nick ol erator In Kontuoky. But few owed him to pay quickly. chinery on the road time It lasts twice as long; as others. 0 I'd have had it home In hall rn Jack Keough was sent for, as he came. The rest saidl "Mine is only a A trial wilt convlncs you of Ita great There are not three more energetic nurlt. Will pliata tha moit ftitldlout. hour had the best record for fast running small matter and I will go nnd pay or more worthy boys in the state than Only, the constable on the hill, CHARLES F.MILLER, of any man ou the division. Jack one of these days," forgetting that Ray, Eddie and Charles Merrick, of Knew that I must have lumped FRENCH MILLED TOILET Atfr.ot was in his ptime and there was noths though each account was very smalt Beaver Dam bill; the They are sons of Mr. SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, " log too last for him to run, but long when nil were put together they and Mrs. Harlen Merrick, agents of Knew as well as he could that I Lancaster, Perm. wild meant a largesumtotheman. Things Hadn't the money with which to years of servile has tamed the ESTADLI8HED, 1B49. the Illinois Central road at Beaver buy, spitlt within him, and he is now ns went on thus; the man got to feeling Dam; and are all born hustlers and steadyogoing as a clock. The engine so badly and rolled and tossed about gentlemen. Charles, the 'oldest, is "Larceny 1" that's the proper word; There's never a crime but Law can was run out of the round house and so much in his efforts to collect that agent for the Louisville Post In his PROFESSIONAL CARD. name. an extra tank of water was attachc3 he fell out of bed and awoke, and home town, and he sells more papers Only, I wonder if law has heatd as to do running to his ginnery found his to the rear of the tender, so than the th fee other Louisville paThat anyone but the thief's to away with necessity of taking water 1,800 bushels of Wheat still safe pers combined, blame? Ray, the youngest, He had only been dteamlng is a I. rmer there Say; did the constable on the hill Nashville between here and Jtck and sheep raiser. He cats Tell you the wheels ot trade were got his engine ready and as sdfcn as and hadn't sold hi? wbat at all. no Hie bread, and has a pretty nice still? jlAKTroMIl. KY. Moral: The next day the man bank account. the special came, the 61 was coupled But Eddie, who is Tell you when work was dull or dead Will practice his profession in Ohio to the publisher of his paperand on in a few mlnntos. While Jack went The wife nnd the child might go now nearly thirteen years old, is the and adjoining counties, nnd court of and the conductorwee in the tele- said; "Herei sir, is tbfl pay for your marvel of the family. unfed? , . Appeals. Special attontion. given t graph office getting orders, Mr. Meek paper, anil when uext year's subOver two years ago this bare bit of Gnllty, Judge let the law be paid; collections. Office east Bide 0? puHf hurried in nnd said: "Jack, we want scription is due you can depend upon a boy was telegraphing successfully. But if you had children four of five, square. you to take us to Nashville ns fast as me to pay it promptly. I stood in In the absence of his father one day, As pretty as God has ever made, And lacked the food to keep them M. L. IlBAVRIN. steam can carry us; every train on the position of an editor last night caused by illness, Eddie, when about SllBtBY TaVWR. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, the toad is side Hacked, so get there and I know how it feels to have one's ten years old, assumed charge of the Lackednlive,method but the not the will, honestly earned money scattered all Illinois Central, and not a dot or dash by ten o'clock if possible " Their cr.es of hunger to stop and "All right." said Jack, "get on; over the country in small amounts." went amiss Still He was nt that time, HARTFORD, KY. Franklin (tnd.) Democrat. we are ready to gr." Climbing on and is probably now, the youngest And then saw oceans of food in view For God's 6ake tell me, what would the engine he pulled the throttle opHe has aloperator in the South. Perry Westertleld, you do? How many deaths can be traced to en and they were ofT. They crossed most constantly since then acted as a "slight cold? ' The record of morSay? il you had a wife whose heart the main street crossing at 8.46 train dispatcher and general commerHad led your own for a score oi Beaveb Dam, K.t. o'clock, and around the curve and tality would be greatly reduced it ev- cial operator at that point, and has years, seconds they ery home was subplied vith a bottle done his work so well as to receive And never moment out ol sight in a lew a walked apart R. R. WEDDING The went. Four and. a half minutes later of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. From all your griefs and hopes and the unstinted praise of those who are fears, they whistled lor Memphis Junction, great exterminator of coughs, colds, in positions to know of hfs capacity. For And now in that faithful bosom had Hahtford, Ky. which is four miles from Bowling croup nnd kidney affections. Post. Will practico his profession in all grown Green. From the Junction there is a sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. A little life that was part your own the courts of Ohio and adjoining long straight piece ol track, and as HOW TO FIND OUT. And hunger harrowed them through counties. Also Notary Public ftnm Jour ou Divorce. and through, the old 61 settled down to her work, Office, in Commercial Hotel. "The Bible tells us that 'whosoever For God's sake tell me, what would they fairly flew. The telegraph the Lord hath joined together, let no Fill a bottle or common water glass you do? poles looked like the teeth on a fine man put asunder.' with urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r I don't believe comb, and thev went through the there ever was a marriage that God hours; a sendiment of settling indi- Dollars by thousands stacked away Harvests rotting in barn and sheds, small town like a whirl wind, leaving had made and blessed that was fols cates a diseased condition oi the kidHARTFORD, KY. neys. When urine stains linen it Is ribbons a long string of smoke and dust bc lowed by an infernal divorce. A positive evidence of kidney trouble. Silk and children and fine display of Will practico bis profession in all th And crying for lack hing them. Twenty one minutes match that God makes is not unmade Too frequent desire to urinate or pain courts of Ohio and nclioiniDg counties bread; Careful be given gone and they passed through Prank "It's the devil's gang that's gets in the back, is also convincing proof Wealth and Famine areofhand in hand, business attention willhis care. to a entrusted to Col Making the tour a heart-siclin like a flash, down Sharpe's Branch ting the divorces, (Amens.) When a that the kidneys and bladder ore out lections a specialty. Office over Ohio land, they flew faster and faster. The j'oung man and a young woman love of order. WHAT TO DO. County Bank. Also Notary Public. Half of a country's future weal sneed then was something terrific. each other and go to the minister and There is comfort in the knowledge Crushed by the present's selfish The engine rocked from side to side are joined together by him with God's so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's heel! and looked every moment as if she blessings, when these two lives are Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy Guilty, Judge and I own the crime; fulfills every wish in relieving pain would jump the track. joined together in this sacred way, in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder Put me in prison without, delay JC&.W, Mr. Meek and party, with faces I they become one; and I say the most aod every part of the urinary pas- Only please work me double time, And send ray family half the pay; blanched with fear, held on to the unpardonable sin in this world is to sages. It corrects inability to hold Will nrnptirn Iiih nrnHpnainn in llt coach seats with both hands. Reach. I deliberately tear asunder a match urine and scalding pain In passing it, And tell my children, if ever they ask, Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn That I wa3 working my glooming ties. lollowing use of liquor, or bad eflects ing South Tunnel, the top of the like that Sneciiil attention riven tn nnl task, winr or bear, and overcomes that lections. Office in Courthouse. heaviest grade on the road, they ran necessity of being compelled Not for pleasure or money or gem legislatures of nearly every "The But for the love I had for them. the five miles dowra hill with open state are diggingand cutting at God's to get up many times during the JNO. B. WILSON, Will Carleton. distance in three laws on' marriage, and if they keep night to urinate. The mild and the throttle, making the Swamp-Roo- t is minutes and forty seconds. Leaving passing their laws the whole structure extraordinary efiect of Heqnlrea (firing soon realized. It stands the highest Gallatin in their rearthey soon reach- of our society will fall. Every iMvorce lor HARTFORD, KY. its wonderful cures of the inost The impurities which have accumued Edgefield Junction, only ten miles obtained is a direct blow at the foundistressing cases. If you need a lated in your blood during the winter SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, Ac, Down four miles dations of society. medicine you should have the best shall be promptly and thoroughly exfrom Nashville. also Notary Public for Ohio Sold by druggists price fifty cents and hill they went with Nashville in the wants one dollar. For a sample bottle and pelled if good health is expected. Offico North side of public County. a man pkk&puta girl-h"If square. distance, and with a long whistle of from the 40,000,000 in this world in pamphlet, both sent free by mail, When the warmer weather comes tore through Edge- this country and then in twelve mention Tub Hartford Rkiubi,ican these impurities are liable to manifest warning, they R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, ce address themselves in vatious ways and often field. A watchman had been station- months is running up to the judge and send your full ed at each street crossing ol the road and telling him that he has a direct to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. lead to tenons illness Unless the Y, The proprietors of this paper to prevent accidents. Hartford, Ky. case of incontpatabllity, say there's guarantee the genuineness of this of- blood is rich and pure that tired feelI The never slackened speed until something wrong with our social fer. ing will afflict you, your appetite will Will practice his profession in all the 27-ifail and you will find yourself "all Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties they crossed Curabeiland river bridge fabric, and I feel like saying to such Tim Sound Montr and rolled into the College sticet stas" a man, 'You ought to be killed you run down." Hood's Sarsaparllla Collections carofully and promptly atThe decision of the silver men to contended to. Office with T. J. Smith tion. They reached the depot at exditty dog you.' I don'tbelieve there's tinue their fight for tlio dollar, tones and strengthens the system, & Co., Market Blrcet. actly 9:55 o'clock making the run of a dirty dog in Atlanta who gets a dls dcslto the emphatic verdict of tho peo- drives out all impurities and makes Tmin. vorce butl that the devil will get him. ple In November, Is appropriately fol- pure, rich, healthy blood. Hood's seventy one miles in sixty-ninVICKERS, "lowed by the organization In New York Sarsapmilla is the one true blood puutes. Mr. Meek reached the court I mean what I say, let the chips fall of n sound money league, which uttobn house in ample time to in the bight where they will. It's the devil's national in. Its character and in the rifier and the best spring medicine. Southern road; work this divorce business, Hiirtford, Ky., est bid for the great God scoiie of its work. From this time on Be fure to get ouly Hood's Will practico his profession . in Ohio till the next presidential election the thus securing the paying blanch of save the world when it becomes fashdissemination of money facU and corand adjoining counties. Special atth L- & N. The United States govs ionable to get a divorce. Vht'.lf tin tention given to all business entrusted lmllt rect views as to money la to be contintrtrr eminent cntne very nearbrlnging suit atfutsrf not far ued. "I understand that in a city Offico in Republican lo his care. at againgt the L & N , company on ncs from here they are issuing marriage The moot efficient agency of the hut building. as the sound currency compacket thirty licenses with divorce coupons attachcampaign Don'l do II. count ol holding a mail Bill Nye once said: "Do not atminutes at Cumberland river bridge, ed. If you marry a girl on one ot mittee of tho New York Reform club, and its publications, each given to Home ARMISTEAD JONES, the watchman relusing to turn the those licenses and get tired of her all one phase of the currency question, tempt tocheatanedltoroutof aytar's "draw" until the special had passed you have to do is to fill out the di- weio invaluable to speakers and writ- subscription to his paper, or any oth. currency reform ersum. Cheat the minister, cheat Bowling Green Times. over. vorce coupon, tear it off and hand it ers. A found basis for HARTFORD, KY.. was thus laid in the minds of thousands to a justice of the peace and you'll be who were groping' after the .truth. anybody and everybody, but if you Will practico in all tho Courts oi Ohio I heard of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar ' S have any regard for future consedivorced. These publications, It U stated, &ro to and adjoining counties. Special atHoney, and seeing many recommen "Take the marriage that's heaven continue. An effort ia to be made to quences, don't fool the editor. You tention given to collections. Oflico dationsftom diflerent persons, of its by a clasa blessed. The man marries the girl ot widen the field of operations character. will be put up for office sometime, or with County Attorney. woudetlul valuable merits, I thought of writings of a more popular want some public favor for yourself his choice and they go to live in a In the Bouth and weet particularly honI would try a bottle. I have been ma- or vour friends, and when your luck twentysfive years little cottage that the man has bought est thlnliera are to be supplied with eflected lor The man is a mechanic and makes a terial for progressive thought toward Is a thing of beauty, a joy forever, with a cough and pains in my side money ques- the editor will open on you, and knock good salary. Day by day he adds nound conclusions on the and breast that wete causing me a tion. your castles into a cocked hat at the comfort to his home and buys Much was dono In six months of 1S0S Globe-Democr- at miserable Use J spent hundreds ol that his little wife wants. things then Semi-weekl- y In the to unroot the erroneous ideas planted first fire. He'll subdue you, and dollars with doctors and lor mediEryou'll cuss your stupidity for a dri In lire .yearn of populist agitation. course of years, God has blessed that cine, but every thing failed uutll I rors had flourished simply because they idiot, go hire some man to It home with children it's one ot the- had not been confronted with fact. knock you down and kick you for found this wonderful remedy. counbrightest, happiest home in the Now monetary truth Is to be aa sysbeats the world and has saved my tematically Inculcated aa fallacy wm, falling." life. I recommend Dr. Bell's Pine ty. and the result cannot but be most nirrtCK. .llnrveloua Rraiilla, Tar Honey to everybody with weak wholesome. Baltimore San. I wairr erery roan and woman is the tTnltM Btatet Interetted In tha Oplam and Whist From a letter written by Rev. J. lungs It is a great success. J. B. uablll to hare one ot mi bonkl on theaa dla Sir. Ilrrn on Rowell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by Gunderman, ol Dimondale, Mich., we mil. Addreia II. M. Woolley. Atlanta, (ia. iloz 882, and ona will ba lent 70a tree. In his speech at New York on Februare permitted to make this extract: Z Wayne Grifflu & Bro 20 Mr. Bryan saldt "If any person ary I.iiilNtlili-,lliiilrAM I.oiiUIIhII-wuj"I have no hesltutlod In recommendbelieves a government snoiuu unifio In t'llfti Jnutt 1. David Shott ing Dr. King's New Discovery., as out a few people and give them advanRev No. 4 j No. 4t. It is related nf IniH' dully West bound that when he was pastor of the Penu the results wete almost marvelous in tages over others, he doe not understand equality under thelaw." a m 6 30 pm I, Louisville 7 55 Avenue Baptist Church at Scranton the case vof my wife While I was t This Is ery true. But, In demandlng-thaIlinndenbutg . . 9 22 7 55 158 Kerr St., I. Mr. A. Pa., he was zalous in the work of te- pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives H 20 sllier mine owners be permitted to Memphis, H. Crausby, of that his wife L Irvingtoti . , 9 49 Tenn., says eming new members. One man, Junction she was brought down with tal.e SO cents' worth of bullion to the paid no attention to n small lump which L Stephenpott . .1048 858 . . 10 47 Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. treasury nnd have It stamped as one dol- appeared In her breast, but It soon de- L Cloverpott 9 iS with whom he nad labored exhauslar Is not Mr. Bryon advocating the veloped Into a cancer of the wont type, LUancille . . rt 12 944 tively was finally persuaded as to his Terrible paroxysms oi coughing would ery inequality under tho law which he and notwithstanding the treatment of It Ouetiebnro . . 12 15 p mio 48 Christian duty, but could not make last hours with little interruption and rebukes? Would not free coinage of the best physicians, It continued to Ar Hemic i son . , 11 55 15 up hjs mind whithir to beomc a it seemed as if the could not survive sll r at a fictitious ratio bo to "single spread and grow rapidly, eating two No, 44 No 42 ad-- a holes In her breast. The doctors A friend recommended Dr. out a few people and give them Methodist, or n Baptist. I'ltully he them soon pronounced L Bast bound . . . 7 duly m 2 daily of The owners outages over 20 a Henntrson 55 pm A her incurable. hit upon a compromise and ivrote to King's New Discovery; it was quick Bihar bullion others?"country are very In this 3 as celebrated New York h Oweuaboro . . 8 25 the doctor that he had decided to In its work and highly sattsfactoty few Indeed. specialist then treat- L Hawcevtte . . . 9 25 4 S3 savs: "NolustSTOV- Arrnln Mr. unite with the Methodists, but would in results." Trial bottles free at ed her, but she con- ICloverport 5 17 9 50 grow worse L Stephenpott . . 10 11 enable or permit one tinued to eminent ought to like to be biptiztd m the Baptist Williams & Bell's Drug store. 5 35 and when informed h Irvlngton to Injure another citizen." citizen 616 10 51 This so exas- church by immersion that both her auut L Drandonburg . ti 18 would not the governTrue. Hut The frlritlioue WorUrtl 639 peraled the good doctor that he sent and grandmother boa 12 45 P m 8 00 According to n. Kentucky paper, ment do tills If It enabled one class of died from cancer he Ar Lotrisvlrle the following teply; 'I regret I can- - when the telephone was first intro cillxens, the debtors, to discharge their irave the case UD as obligations to another class, the credIIJIK TAIll.K I. '. It. II. tlK.Wr.lt not accommodate you, but this church boneless. D,V duced iu that state an old lanuer who itors, la dollars worth only half aa UV. Someone then re- doee not take in wishing " OOIKQ BAST. did not exactly understand the workmuch as wero the dollars loaned? If were ing of the Invention bought a new the government liuro.1 to make warnpura- and though little hope remained, she Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. A fnrnifr'a Drenm. IDAS HfV. tender for the Dav- begun it, ami n No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. n. nfinnh alinlla Mail Once it fanner had 1 800 bushels of pair of boots for his son who lived heal onJ No. 202 a 7 25 p. in. nieut of debt, would It not enable ana tlced. The cancer commenced tobottles it Fast Mall r wheat, which he sold, not to n single down in Texas. He hung the several class ot citizens to injure another class? when she had taken OOlNtt WB8T. disappeared entirely, and although across the wire at sundown one And would It not do tho same lu depregrain mercharlt, but to t 800 diflerent No. 201 a 7 17 a. in. have elapsed, not a sign of Fast Mall dealers, a bushel ouch A lew ot them evening. During the night some one ciating the currency of the country to I the disease has ever returned. No. 221 a 12 25 p ru. Mail basis? a pnld htm in cash, but far the greater took the boots and placed a pair of Local Fteight No. 291 03 25 p ni. The people so decided last November. IL Mkkuick. Agt. number said it was not conveuleut old ones across the wire. Next ) Ono Fire. Afraid of Slataen A few morning the old gentleman went out then, hut would pay later (guaranld purtly vegtlable) S.S.S. The democrats ot Rhode Island will, uiDiilh pas nl and the man's bank and to his delight he saw the old it a real blood remedy, and never falls It Is sold, Ignore the currency question to cure Cancer, Bciema, Rheumatism low. "How lathis?'' he boots. He hastened into the house, In their comlngstateconveatlon. account tan They blood disease. My i8oi'Ushels ol grain exclaiming to his wi( "8y, Sal. will Ignore It for the same reason thot Scrofula, or any other Riil uur DOOKB tliuUi hive kept lie initllucuce until this here telephone is the best thing burnt child stops playing with Are. It will be mailed la to be hoped that the democrats will free to any ,n other nop is raised, but I have yet John got hu boot last night and Swift profit by past mistakes. It would be Co., parted with the grain und have I'm blasted if he didn't send the old pity not to have tho two great old par Specific Atlanta On, only a vast uuinber of accounts, tins home'" ties In the tleia in ivvu. jjTTUIil I T W Kttorneys at Law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, k E3. IE. 3ME.ja.Xji, Attorney at Attorney at L&vtf e post-offi- Attorney at Iaw e Attorney at Law, J.B. - &&X vfu. . Attorney at aw J Tho and Republican the St. Louis one year for $1.75. Eilltr. Cancer 0? the Breast. '' ... r I n ffaM nW ... ... i W irajutuu 1 loot-wea- ' A Real Blood Remedy. ' The Republican I 1 s. sss and tho CourierJournal lor Qnaycar ior $1.50. "JN Baby Mine! Iivory mother feels an indes- cribable drond of the pain and danger attendant upon the The Haeteobi) Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE FOU&TB CONGRESSIONAL A.a, mfk - - . .a.-l - h fk I "Nothing else like ifc''J The most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. 'MOTHER'S one of misery. Yes sar, boas, I war born out dar, Jus' a little to de lef of de hill,. An tight on down in de holler FRIEND Is de nes' of de "whippcrwllls." fs the remedy which relieves Now data what dey called us niggers of the great pain and suf- An' it nios used to make mc fight 'slnuatlous fering incident to maternity; this To hyar dem our "grub" at night. flout glttin hour which is dreaded as woman's scverost trial is not only made Yo' could not ride a wheel fro' den, painless, but an the danger is re- It war lo' dey madedls pike, moved by its use. Those vho,usc Yo'd bus' yo' sides er'laughin' ;,this remedy arc no longer de- Ef I tole you when I lus seed a 'bike.' spondent or gloomy; nervousness Now me an1 I.lza, data my wife, nausea and other distressing con- Twar one day ya'r lo' las'; ditions arc avoided, the system is We strolled down dis berry road, made ready for the coming event, An war joggln' crlong sorte las'. aritjtjthc scrjous accidents so common to the critical hour arc Liza, she war mougtity fat, Wide out as slid wuz high; obviated by the use of Mother's An' me, de niggers call me slim, is a blessing to woman. Dey said I scraped de sky. Friend. 91.00 PEnX0TTt.B at nil Drugstores, We war'w'alklog down Uis berry road or coot by mall on receipt or prion. De sun wuz poutln' down; its anticipation ' suffering and danger of the ordeal make most critical pe rlod of her life. Bccominc a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the E.J.RIC.. i j ' , VOL. IX. i.ijsa, HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APKIL 9, 1897. without delay. The bent engine on the division nt that time was No. 6t, whleh was build in England nnd was considered the fastest piece ol machinery on the road Jack Keough was sent for, as he had the best record lor last running ofnny man on the division. Jack was In his prime and there was noths ing too last for him to run, but long years of service has tamed the wild spitlt within him, and he Is now as steadygoing as n clock. The engine was run out of the round house and an extra tank of water was attached to the rear ol the tender, so as to do away with necessity of taking water Jick between lisre and Nashville got his engine ready and as scn as the special came, the 6t was coupled While Jack on In a few minutes. nnd the conductorwore in the telegraph office getting orders, Mr. Meek hurried in and said: "Jack, we want you to take us to Nashville as last as steam can carry us; every train on the toad is side ttacked, so get there by ten o'clock 11 possible." "All right." said Jack, "get on; we are ready to gc." Climbing on the engine he pulled the throttle open and they were off. They crossed the' main street crossing at 8.46 o'clock, aud around the curve and out ol sight In n lew seconds they so small and scattered that I cannot get around and collect it fast enough to pay expensed." So he posted up a public notice and nskrd all those who Dut few owed him to pay quickly. came. The rest saidi "Mine Is only a small matter and I will go and pay one of these days," lorgcttlng that though each account was very small when all were put together they meant a large sum to thetnan. Things went on thus; the man got to feeling so badly and rolled and tissed about so uiacli in his efforts to collect that he felt out of bed and awoke, and running to his granery found his 1,800 bushels of Wheat still sale He had only been dreaming there nnd hadn't sold hfs wbat at all. Morav The next day the man went to the publisher 0II1I3 paper and said; "Herei sir, islkn pay for your paper, and when next year's sub scrlption is due you can depend upon me to pay it promptly. I stood in the position of an editor last night and I know how it feels to have one's honestly earned money scattered all over the country in small amounts." Franklin (Ind.) Democrat. NO. 37. Tin: NAtiu or ri.orn. ky. KUTANEQUS Sa I in:ivsiuus AED'lCATEO ' m run andtiik wiir.rx. EDDIE MERRICK. The Youngost Toldgrnph orator In Guilty, Judg, and I own the crime I sHppednway wlthasickn olfluir; They iwbbtd ine just In the nick ol time wAKiuwne ros LtT.MURSCItB rfEnifo25feimar u, A - Den she looked at me wld her eyes bulfied out, Said: "Tom, fo, de Ian, what's dat? thlBgtOpAUQtf Protect ytwr Idfti. thtr m hrlaj you wettm. Dar's sunifiaer'cotnln' down de road, tint rfv'in tikuubituunn n. at toy i. Tfublmion, D O .for tlw.r l.fluuaieut aodt Looks like a gteas big bat." prlio otlrr au4 ibt oC two bundr! InTontlont w&aU4 -m - Containing Invaluable Information at When Liza, she looked way a head, lolorctt to HI women, will bo sent to any address, upon application, b; Sied a dus' dat siz from de groun. The BBlDriCLD BIGCUTOB CO., ItUaU, da, nnnXS Ultt - Wanled-- An Idea TTho tan think 3 1,000 REWARD I AUSTIN n you had a wife whose heart own lor a score of Beaver Dam, Ky. years, Liza nebber turned her head, Aud never a moment walked apart R. B. WEDDING I thot dat she war dun, Prom all your griefs and hopes and I said dat nra de debil; lears, An' Liza so' mus' run. And now in that faithful bosom had Hartford, Ky. V1fcVsai,fc,aV. So Liza put out down de road, Will practico his profession in all crown Junction as she could tar; As hard A little life that was part your own the courts of Ohio and adjoining Her dress, it warn't a bit too long; long straight piece ol track, and as HOW TO FIND OUT. And hunger harrowed them through counties. Also Notary Public. Nnui Jnum on Divorce. Her iect, yer dey wuz bar. and through, the old 61 settled down to her work, Office, in Commercial Hotel. "The Bible tells us that 'whosoever Pot God's sake tell me, what would they fairly flew. The telegraph the Lord hath joined together, let no But boss I know you'd died, Fill a bottle or common water glass you do? :m:. Ef yo'd seed that 'onian "git." poles looked like the teeth on a fine man put asunder.' I don't believe with urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r urn!, vn a rwwwrn ooiunca maa &u I mos' i'jrgot er'bout dat thlug, catbwMucoftductedfor Moderate Fit. comb, and thev went through the there ever was a marriage that God hours; a sendiment of settling indi- Dollars by thousands stacked away u, s. pATKNTOmcc Oun Of net it OrioiTE When I see her "hit de gait." Harvests rotting in barn and sheds, 4 co uri mtcut u leu Una lata loo small town like a whirl wind, leaving had made and blessed that was fol- cates a diseased condition ol the kidHARTFORD, KY. neys. When urine stains linen it Is Silk and ribbons and fine display rttt from Wuhlacton. or photo wtth der!p- - I looked once mo' an' on it cum, Scod model, drawinr a long string of smoke and dust be A positive evidence ol kidney trouble. lowed by an infernal divorce. And children crying for lack of Will practico his profession in nil th V Han. if tainubl or not. frc o( ailnw. My lectins I can't scribe; courts of Ohio and adjoining counties hing them. Twenty one minutes match that God makes is not unmade Too frequent desire to urinate or pain bread; cbrfi (Hrf not du till itnt lufcurti But I kuowed it war de debll A HiMPMirT."llnwiOUMinl't.t."WH?l in the back, is also convincing proof Wealth and Famine are hand in hand, Careful attention will be given to a gone and they pushed through Prank eec ol Mmela th U. S. tutd lorctcn ooumriu Or a member ob his ttibe. 'It's the devil's gang that's gets business entrusted to his care. ftte. AtMrcu, Col Making the tour of a heatt-siclin like a flash, downSharpe's Branch ting the divorces, (Aniens.) When a that the kidneys and bladder ore out lections a specialty. Office over Ohio land, Well, suh, yo' otter see me move, they flew faster and foster. The young man and a young woman love of order. County Bank. Also Notary Public. WHAT TO DO. Half of a country's future weal As down dis road I struck, J Orr. Patcnt Orncc, Washington. D.C. speed then was something terrific. , each other and go to the minister and There is comfort in the knowledge Crushed by the present's selfish An' Lizi too but she look like me engine rocnea irom swe 10 siae heel! 3E3. Well 'bout like a big fat duck. JSTESjBlILm, jo;n togetherbyhim with God's so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's great kidney remedy Root, (Gonnly Attorney) blessings, when these two lives are Swamp every the relieving pain Guilty, Judge and I own the crime; past her like a streak wish in As a shot fulfills would jump the track. Joined together in this sacred wav. in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder Put me in prison without delay-O- nly She looked ready mos' to faiut; Mr, Meek and party, with faces I please work me double time, I ax de Lawd to help yo' ond j. say the most and every part of the urinary pasthey become one; HARTFORD, KY. And send my family half the pay; blanched with fear, held on to the unpardonable sin in this world is to sages. It corrects inability to hold But Liza now I can't. Will practice Ins profession in the I urine and scalding pain in passing it, And tell ray children, if ever they ask, Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn coach seats with both bands. Reach deliberately tear asunder a match F. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., Yo' see dat picket fence down dar, That I was working my glooming ties. or bad effects iollowing use of liquor, Special attention given to col ine South Tunnel, the top of the like that I headed straight lor dat, task, win' or bear, and overcomes that 531 Wost Markot Stroot Be An' boss I went tieht Iro it lections. Office in Courthouse. road, they ran heaviest grade on the necessity of being compelled Not for pleasure or money or gem-- But "The legislatures of nearly every jus' like n hunted rat. for the love I had for them. twnon 5th and Oth, the five miles dowm hill with open state arc digglngand cutting at God's to get up many times during the JNO. B. WILSON, Will Carleton. throttle, making the distance in three laws on marriage, and if they keep night to urinate. The mild and the Cose Liza she mus' follow mc, Swamp-Roo- t is minutes and forty seconds. Leaving passing their laws the whole structure extraordinary eilect of An' lor de lence she made, lteftilre Nirlnff soon realized. It stands the highest I hollered don' yo' cume fro'dar, Gallatin in their rearthey soon reach- of our society will fall. Every rMvorce lor its wonderful cures of the most The impurities which have accumuHARTFORD, KY. Don't fo' goodness sake. miles obtained is a direct blow at the foun- distressing cases. If you need a lated in your blood during the winter R I.. DAKKR ed Edgefield Junction, only ten given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col AND Clerks making Down lour miles dations ot society. medicine you should have the best shall be promptly and thoroughly ex&c, from Nashville. But boss she paid no tention, T. O. BAKER. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Sold by druggists price fifty cents and She lorgot dat I wuz slim, hill they went with Nashville in the "If a man picks,puta girl-h- wants one dollar. For a sample bottle and pelled if good health is expected. Office- North sido of public square. So rhe got (as'nd in de crack; distance, and with a long whistle ol from the 40,000,000 in this world in pamphlet, both sent free by mail, When the warmer weather comes She did as "sho" as Jim." warning, they tore through Edge- this country and then In twelve mention Tub Hartford RnronucAN these impurities are liable to manifest B. E. LEE SIMMEBMAN, She hollered, "marstah sabe me: address themselves in vatious ways and often field. A watchman had been station- months is running up to the judge and send your full will be good; An' I alius ed at each street crossing of the road and telling him that he has a direct to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghsmton, N. lead to renous illness Unless the I'll (etch back all dem chickens, Y. The proprietors of this paper Hartpord, Ky. to prevent accidents. case of Incompatibility, I say there's guarantee the genuineness of this r. blood is rich and pure that tired feelstealiu' wood." I'll quit dat The never slackened speed until something wrong with our social ing will afflict you, your appetite will Will practico his profession in all the I seed dat she wus sposin' fail and you will find yourself "all Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties they crossed Cumbeiland river bridge fabric, and I feel like saying to such Ail de family fairs; Th Sound Money rropaarand. and rolled into the College street stas' a man, 'You ought to be killed you run down." Hood's Sarsaparilla Collections carofully and promptly atSo I ruhel back to help her, Office with T. J. Smith The decision of the silver men to contended to. Hon. They reached the depot at ex- ditty dog you.' I don'tbelieve there's tinue their fight for U10 For Jat wuz wus" I 'cla'rs. dollar, tones and strengthens the system, & Co., Markot Street. actly 9:55 o'clock making the tun of a dirty dog in Atlanta who gets a didespite the emphatic verdict of tha peo- drives out all impurities and innkes Liza she war half way Iro', folminseventy one miles in sixty-ninVICKEBS, vorce butt that the devil will get blm. ple In November, Is appropriately York pure, tlch, healthy blood. Hood's , Git las.nd good an' tight, Sarsapntllla is the one true blood puutes. Mr. Meek reachtd the court I mean what I say, let the chips fall low et by the organization ln New to Sbo's yo' baun her kinky head bo ot n sound money league, which , Had dun turned alums' white. house in nmple time to In the high-where they will. It's the devil's national la Ite character and In the rifier and the best spring medicine. LouisvlHa Dental Co., HmiTFORD, Ky., est bid for the great Southern road; work this divorce business. God eco(je of Its work. From this time on Be mre to get ouly Hood's Jus' as got my Liza lo's ( Will practico his profession . in Ohio till the next presidential election the thus securing the paying branch of save the world when it becomes fashUp cum dat lcllow on de wheel, nnd adjoining counties. dissemination of money facti and corSpecial atAn' boss I felt right foolish, Vailu- tua L. & N. The United States gov ionable to get a divorce. tin tention given to all business entrusted rect views as to money la to bo continllEllt As I snenked on fro' de fiel'. inrr eminent came very near bringing suit airutm, understand that in a city not far ued. "I Office in Yiipju. lo his care. H The moat efficient agency of the lost Den Liza she played moughty brave, againgt the L & N , company on ac- from here they are issuing marriage building. Don't do II. me what I feared; campaign was the sound currency comol holding a mall packet thirty licenses with divorce coupons attachAx count club, An' sold jus cos' she hollered, Bill Nye once said: "Do not minutes at Cumberland river bridge, ed. If you marry a girl on one ot mittee of the New York Reform some and Its publications, each given to Taint no sign she got skeared. ABMISTEAD JONES, to cheat an editor out of nyiar's watchman relusing to turn the those licenses and get tired of her all ono phase of the currency question, the Jesse Phillips. "draw" until the special had passed you have to do is to fill out the di- weio invaluable to speakers ond writ- srbscription to his paper, or any othEnrllngton, Ky. currency reform er sum. Cheat the minister, .cheat Bowling Green Times. over. vot ce coupon, tear it oil and hand It ers. A sound basis for HARTFORD, KY.. man a ix " woa thna laid in the minds of thousands to a jnstice of the peace and you'll be who were groping1 after the .truth. anybody nnd everybody, but it you Will practice in all tho Courts ot Ohio I heard of Dr. Hell's Pine Tar divorced. ' have any regard for future conseThese publications, it la stated, arc to and adjoining counties, Special atHoney, and seeing many recommen"Take the marriage that's heaven continue. An effort la to bo raodo to quences, don't fool the editor. You tention given to collections. Office dations Itom difiereut persons, of its operations by a clasa will be put up for office sometime, or with widen, the field of County Attorney. 4W.M.st. I thought blessed. The man marries the clrl ot of writlnirs of a more popular character. want some pnbllc favor for yourself wonderful valuable merits, his choice and they go to live in a In the Bouth and west particularly hou- I would try a bottle. I have been se oryour friends and when your luck years little cottage that the man has bought riously effected lor twenty-fiv- e L. & $5 to $7- for profrressive thought toward is a thing of beauty, a joy forever. Gold Crowns The man is a mechanic and makes a texlal with a cough and pains in my side money ques- the editor will open on yon, aud knock 3 to s Porcelain Crowns good salary. Day by day he adds sound conclusions on tha and breast that wcte causing roe a tion. (no better made lJest set ol teeth your castles into a cocked hat at the comfort to his home and buys thlnps Much was dona ln six months of 19S Globe-Democr- at no matter how much you pay) . $3 miserable Use J spent hundreds ol that his little wife then Semi-weekl- y wants. In the to uproot the erroneous Idea planted fitst fire. He'll subdue you, and fillings $i up Gold dollars with doctors and lor medifor a dri filling of years, God has blessed that In flve.yeara of populist agitation. Er- you'll cuss your stupidity 75c course Silver ' cine, but every thing tilled uutll I idiot, go hire some man to rors had flourished simply because they Extracting, pel tooth 25c It home with children It's one ol the had not been confronted with fact. knock you down and kick you lor iound this wonderlul remedy. Painless extracting with Vitalized brightest, happiest home in the coun- Now monetary truth la to be as sysAir 5oc beats the world and has save1 my tematically Inculcated aa fallaoy was, falling." Bxtractlng Iree when Artificial Rec- life. I recommend Dr. Bell's Pine try. and the result cannot but be most KOT1UK. Teeth are ordered. Office permanent"InrveloiK Itraiilln, Tar Honey to everybody with weak wholesome. Baltimore Sun. I WiMT every man and woman ln the TnltcS ly located Btatea Interested In the Opium and whlat' From a letter written by Rev. J. B, lungs. It is a great success. J. hablu to hare oae ot uit book! on theae ilia Mr. Itrrain on Bqaalltr. aaica. Addrttt II. SI. Woollej, Atlanta, Uc Roaiell, Grantsburg, 111. Por sale by Gunderman, ol Dlmondale, Mich., we isox SSI, and one will te lent jou tree. pub- his speech at New York on FebruIn The statement havlnz been are permitted to make this extract: Z Wayne Griffiu & Bro JrWwOlhsnfimSHt OOritMlt Alton Wrtt ary 20 Mr. Bryan eaidi "If any person I Mjt, WMhloitnn, V. o.,or tb.lr I.fu prln oCTor llshcd giving an account of the fastI.uillKVtllr,llriiilir.nn I.onla IIhII- I have no hesitatioa In recommendbelieves a government should single andltil ot two hundred InTcntlona vrajitrOL way vu' lit r.urci jiiiih i. est tun ever made on the L. & N. R. o, 4 J no. 41. Is related of Rev. David Shott ing Dr. King's New Discovery., ns out a few people and giro them adTan-tnge- a It R .awarding Engineer "Pap" Russell that when he was pastor of the Pen daily over others, be does not under-atan- d doily West bour.d the results wete almost marvelous in equality under the law." L Louisville . . 7 ss o m 6 to pm the honor, has cnlied loith a cotrec Avenue Baptist Church nt Scranton the case of my wife While I was This is ery true. But, ln demanding Biaudetibutg . . 9 22 7 55 tlnu, as a much faster run was made Pa., he was zealous in the work of se- pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives 158 Kerr St., L Mr. A. U 20 that illver mlno owners bo parmitted to Memphis, H. Crausby, of that his wile L Irvingtoti . . 9 49 Tenn., says by lack Keough. curing new members. One man, Junction she was brought down with lal.c SO oenU' worth, ot bullion to the paid no 058 to a small lump which LSiephenpott . .1028 In the year IS63 the great South with whom he nad labored exhaus- Pneumonia succeeding Ln Grippe. treasury and have It stamped aa ono dol- appearedattention breast, but it soon de- V, Clovcrport . . 10 47 9 iS in her eastern railroad w.is to be sold at auc- tively was finally persuaded 03 to his Terrible paroxysms ol coughing would lar Is not Mr. Bryan advocating the veloped Into a cancer of the worst type, LUaweaville . . 11 12 944 try Inequality under tho law which ho and notwithstanding the treatment ol I, Owe nboro . . 12 15 p into 48 tion, Irora the court house door in Christian duty, but could nut make last hours with little interruption and best physicians, it continued to Ar Henderson . . Would not free coinage of 15 55 The L & N, road was up hjs mind wluthtr to become n it seemed ns If the could not ourvlve rebukes? a fictitious ratio be to"slnglo the Nashville. spread and grow rapidly, eating two No, 44 No 42 ller at very dsiious to gain control of that Methodist, or a llipttit. I'liully be them A friend recommended Dr. out a few people and give them ad- - holes in her breast. Tho doctors d uly dally Hast bound soon pronounced Important line, as it opened up an lilt upon a compromise and tvrote to King's New Discovery; It was quick antages over others V The ownera of 7 20 a m 2 55 pm her incurable. A h Henntteon this country are very slher bullion ln 3 55 nutlet fr St. Louis and the Wost. celebrated New York I. Owoiibboto . . 8 25 the doctor that h had decided to in its work and highly satlsfactoty few Indeed. specialist then treat- L HawecvlBe . . 9 5 4 S3 There were several other roads after unite with tha Methodists, but would in results." Trial bottles Iree at conMr. Bryan saysi "No Just Again ed her, but she ICloverpott 5 17 9 So it nnd the bidding promised to be like to be baptizad in the Baptist Williams & Bell's Drug store. ought to enable or permit ono tinued to grow worse I, Stephenpott . . 10 ir 535 and when informed h Irvlngton lively. Tie date ol sale WdS ret at church by immersion cllUen to Injure another citizen." 6 6 This so ,fa that both her annt I, Brandonburg 10 51 True. But would not the govern6 39 .1118 The ri'l'ltoiia Worked xo a. tn sharp. Nov. 13. The Presiand grandmother naa the good doctor that he sent ment do this If It enabled one class of i 8 00 12 45 P According to n Kentucky paper, dent ol the L & N . thi-- was Mr the (allowing leply; 'I regret I can- died from cancer he Ar LonUviHe citizens, the debtors, to discharge their gave the case up as Meek, (he founder of Meek City, not accommodate you, but this church when the telephone was first Intro11. obligations to another class, the cred'linn TAiii.t; 1. .KY. 11. iiii.wr.K hopeless. duced iu that state an old farmer who itor!. In dollars worth only holt aa DA ' Tennessee. Someone then redoes not take in wishing " OOINO HAST. did not exactly understand the work- - much as wero the dollars loaned 7 If commended S.S.S. Mr. Meek and u number ol stock wampum a. a nr-nMk ol tne invention Dougut a new the government were to make the pay- - and though little hope remained, sbo Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 p tn. a iitriiK-r'holders stattet from Louisville In m. No. 222 1 02 improvement was no- Mail ' or conch shells legal Under for It. Oncen fatmer had t Roo bushels of pair of boots for his son who lived Ma.. m ,l.Ut ai,M If nnf MitlA nna begun Theand an commenced to heal and Fast Mall ample time to teach Nashville for the No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. cancer ticed. taken several bottle It Kowlctts wheat, which he sold, not to a single down tn Texas. He hung the sale, but a freight wreck, at olosa of cltliens to Injure another claea7 when she had OOINO whst. altiiough merchant, but to i Soo different wear across the wire nt sundown one And would It not do the soma ln depre- - disappeared entirely and not a signevstation detained the ppeclal train ol No. 201 n 7 17 n. m. ol Fast Mall .. eral tears have elapsed, vf ts MBntn to -i..i No. 221 a 12 25 p. m. retnrnea. two conches, containing Mr. Meek, dalra, a busliel each A few ol them evening. During the night some one Mail I the disease has ever Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p nt. and p.uty. twelve hours. They ar- paid htm in cash, but far the greater took the boots and placed a pair of The people so decided last November. H. MnnHiCK.'Agt. rived in Bowling Gieenot 8:35 o'clock number said it was not convenient old ones across the wire. Next t Afraid of Sixteen ta Ono fire. ' A few morning the old gentleman went out on the morning ol the 1M1. Only then, hut would pav inter S.S.S. fguarontttd purtlv ...i,i.i. . nf T.W. Wand will. I8JUSTASCOODFORADULT0. fi minutes be- timntln pas d ntul the man's bank and to his delight he saw the old it Is said, Ignore tho currency question Is a real blood remedy, and never falls WARRANTED. PRICE 00 ots. one hour and thlity IJciema, Rheumatism ran low. "How Is thin?'1 he boots. He hastened into the house, In their coming state conveatlon. They to cure Caucer, other blood disease. fore the sale commenced at Nashville scrouut im,, .Q.tiTU, Mo. Not. id, ism. or any Courier-Journ- al .hi. tout. roar, WO wlf,it "Say, Sal, will Ignore It for the same reason that a Scrofula, 'My 1,8 o tiushels of grain exclaiming to his already su't bottle ol Mr Meek had, however Our books tl,Wo aald lut . r.UrtTBti T4TMiw rail".-tliuuM h ive kept nc ini fllueure until this here telephone is the best thing burnt child stops playing with Are. It wilt bo mailed master mechanic, at Bow . ... .,.""-.. wired the bmiuuc ii.r.o are- - ini.w;i."H. botlnou. bar cmo 1 to bo hoped that the democrats will free to any adtone in .. I li jwm. In Uw dm ual engine .iiuitbr crop is raised, but I have yet John got hU boot last night and .Jut. ll.a(uaa uuil - " Ulll. ling Green, to have the t -.". )GT profit by past mistake. It would be a dress. Swift T9UJ VUW ""J:" iwiu.vwii WM Aar.r,i;4ui aw. and the best and most reliable engi- parted with the grain und have in- I'm blasted if he didn't sand the old jilty not to have tho two great old par Specific Co., Atlanta Ci. ties In the Held in iwu. neer ready to couple on to their train stead only n vast number of accounts, una home'" "Por .tle by Williams & Bell. Say? 11 The abota reward will be paid for front ol th. eilaltnee of better UIIMHT than OACSUIO Oil, or a better Worm lteoedr than MUCHAIIT'S WORM TABIETS. Sold emjrwbcre. Mcttha&rs OarjUng' 03 Co. So on it cum an' closer got I clar I dun cot cold, , I knowd it sbo' wuz'structlon; So ob Liza I took hold. gV.V. There ore pot three more energetic or more worthy boys in the state than Ray, Rddie and Charles Merrick, ol Beaver Dam They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Hnrlen Merrick, agents of the Illinois Central road at Beaver Dam, and arc all born hustlers and gentlemen. Charles, the oldest, is agent for the Louisville Post In his home town, and he sells more papers than the three other Louisville papers combined, Ray, the youngest, is a i rmer and sheep raiser. He cats no Hie bread, and has a pretty nice But Eddie, who is bank account. now nearly thirteen years old, is the , marvel ol the family. Over two years ago this bare bit of a boy was telegraphing successfully. In the absence ol his father one day, caused by illness, Eddie, when about ten years old, cssumed charge of the Illinois Central, and not a dot or dash He was at that time, went amiss nnd Is probably now, the youngest He has aloperator in the South. How many deaths can be traced to ' The record of mor- most constantly since then acted as a "slight cold? commertality would be greatly reduced it ev- train dispatcher and general ery home was subplied with a bottle cial operator at that point, and has done his work so well as to receive The went. Pour and a hall minutes later of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. great exterminator of coughs, colds, the uustlntcd praise of those who arc they whistled lor Memphis Junction, positions to know of hfs capacity. For in which is four miles from Bowling croup and kidney affections. Post. sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. O there Is a Green. Prom the I'd have had it home In hnllrn hour Only, the constable on the hill, Knew that I must have jumped the bill; Knew as well as he could that I Hadn't the money with which to buy. It lasts twice as long: as others. trial will convince you of It great win pieais in moii itsuaioui. TRENCH MILLED TOILDT SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, CHARLES F.MILLER, Mff.ot Lancaster, Penn. nSTADLISHBD, 1819. V V V V V V .ii PROFESSIONAL CARD. name. Only, I wonder if law has heard That anyone but the thief's to blame? AW Say; did the constable on the hill Tell you the wheels ol trade were still? JIAIlTFOItll. KT. Tell you when work was dull or dead Will practice his profession in Ohio The wife nnd the child might go and adjoining counties, nnd court oi unfed? v Appeals. Special attention given t Guilty, Judge let the law be paid; Office cast side of puH( collections. But if you had children four ol five, square. As pretty as God has ever made, And lacked the food to keep them M. L. IlBAVRIK. SlIBtBY TAYLOR. alive, HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Lacked the method but not the will, Their cr.es of hunger to stop and still HARTFORD, KY. And then saw oceans of food in view Por God's sake tell mc, what would Perry Westerfield, you do? "Larceny!" that's the proper word; There's never a crime but Law can flTTflfflEY (T Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law ilad fed your Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, o. nA&Nnw..rnj! -- k 5K HOTEL Attorney ai JCaw, E. Louisville, Ky. Attorney at Law e post-offi- ce Attorney at w of-ie- -iyr. e 1 Attorney at Law, Rki-ududa- n J.B. OASTORIA. ZA pt Attorney at Iaw Lightning speed '. OWENSBORO.KY. N. Made by an Train With Jack Keough at the Tho and Republican the St. Louis Throttle. one year for $1.75. The Fastest Timeon ord. WantetHlnldea&f Cancer E 11 01 the Breast. 1 " exas-operat- I )gr ... ... ... CHILL TDNIT liui . Wasteless mm J i J loot-grai- i I .. ' . JJ gj Rgjnedy. The Republican .I far-te- sss and tho for for $1.50. year . u : mi nwumy iujitfi .:" FAILURE. OF BIMETALLISM. lliprrlenp tII!i Ilia l'rr CnlnnK of Hllrrr. Tim ft4(inpt of .iftimn to iMlMlaln n mint ratio tlmt mw illrTerant from Urn market rntlnwwiR fftllurvntHl mmlled IniloniKlliig tharirauhitbHioffold. 4ind railed In JopMi as Indebted l the rulnlr All den ssed, lv Dr. J. K Pi mllMnii, nnte, account, or othciwlM, si hereby uiitlDi-- tn rail nu ins And nick the best settlement thty cnu, It will be linpnaitll.lt lor tut to call 1111 all ai ties Indebted to (lit twlnls In per sen. nnd unless thlH notice Is lietilwl wlllllll R frawittsllln tllllC I shall be compelled, lu UteUlKlmrjie nf my duties as executor of Dr Pendleton's entitle, tn pliict tils olmlms In the hands of an ofllccr fur collection In older to settle asl I estate within the time reI 'HtW '4lim V I rr the rattling of flying cars; the catching ol the human voice, ami the FRIDAY, ArRIL 9. i97 strains of sweet mutc and their reproduction, all remind us of tho powOffice on Fox Street. erful jmrt electricity m playing lu our Iktnril IStvrj 'rlilr llnrlloril, liy. ninelHHitli eeutury civilization. Rut while eleetricrlty is being used Editor. SAMA.ANDBflBON for legitimate purposes, for purposes Subscription, $1.25 por year calculated to need tho gnawing wants at Hartford of man, it is also roado the means by Hntered at the as second claM malt matter. which the prowling burglar move easily and effectually drills his way through steel vaults and safes. The Government has lately been with eleotriolty and experimenting has discovered that in a few minutes a hole can bo drilled through plates of the hardest steel. Hcncoitisthatln Chicago, "Tho Chicago Elcctrio Protcctivo Co. has been organized." This Company has REPUL10AN TICKET. built a largo plant, wbcro electricity is generated. Persons wishing the proElection Nov. 2, 18D7. tection of this company, have their safes or vaults or offices, as tho case County Judge, Jai. A. Park. may bo, connected by wires with an County Olofk, M. S. Kagland. Tho festive burglar or alarm bell. Circuit Clork, Sam A. Anderson, County Attornoy, M. L. Hcavrin. anyono else attempting to break ioto Shorifr, 8. T. Stevens. tho department thus protected, is sure School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. disturb somo wiro which will set of! Jailer, Thos. H. Itlack. tho alarm. Assessor, 0. 1). Boyal. It is said that about 400 business Coronor, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. firms in Chicago havo placed them-solv- e under tho protection of this MAGISTRATE. Thus wo see that this is Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. company. Cromwell Put JontB, Wilson. is a very; fast ago in which wef, live; and it further appears that it requires Announcomonts. the inventions of our wisest men toFor llrprmnilnllio. gether with the greatest precaution We are authorized to announce nt on tho part of business men to R. A. BVIJRS tho burglar and other wretched As n candidate for Representative from stealing and destroying from Ohio county, subject to the ac- men the property and money of good citition of the Republican party. zens. poat-office pro-ve- Hartford Republican. it will not be many yean till there will be scarcity ol luel and material for houses and furniture. Many men cut down a tree that has required filty or bundled years to attain Its growth with no more eon nitration than they cut down a clump of Iron weed that sprang up in n mouth. Rallmftd managers are business men, but they art great consumers ol timber, nnd do not seem to be taking thought fur the future needs of their roads. I'or the 165,000 tnilct ol track In this country, last year, eighty million ties were required, which consumed the timber of over 400,000 acres Other demands for cars, depots, fence posts, etc , consumed nearly as much more. In the last number ol the Railway Age, Mr. D. C Burson, of Columbus, O , suggests that railroad companies raise their own ties along their right of way. He recommends the catalpa speclosit, which Is of quick growth, very durable, and Irequcntly has a trunk of filty feet belore n limb is reached, and he calculates that on three acres to the mile the catalpa, after allowing for all casualties, will, in from twelve to fourteen years, furnish all the ties needed, Another advantage of the catalpa Is that when n young tree is cut down, sprouts will spring up from the roots, and by allowing one to grow there will soon le another tree to supply the place of the one cut down. Mr. Bnrson's suggestion Is woith the attention of railroad men. The wire fence has saved much tim ber, but the destruction still goes on, and someting must be done In the way of restoration, as well as of saving, or we will suffer for wood before Commercial. many years mm mm jrrt, but a more probable tepoit has it hut the Chicago parties wnnted to jet in and coatd not. Be that as It niitv, tliroonstiuolion of such a build-in- , shows that mutters arc picking up An elevator of steel is something of and experiment. If It works well It will be a revolution In the grain storage business. Chicago will Japan' V! piitl" ill NiHiro. 11 11 li'i I" DM ele-wlier- a. Sales Talk rlll,"HliTslk,"rMl .1.1.M 11I110 With HimmIsM. rasp- - n.tti tlil Mta tna.ll enjoyed pabllo eoundenee and with Interest. n'vnit developments Tho first cost of steel warehouse Is not so very much more than that of a wooden elevator. Stone or brick arc not available for the purpose. SUel can be made strong enough, nnd it only the grain keeps well the days of wooden elcvatoiB will soon be numbered. There is a revolution in the nlr for grain storage, Buffalo will give the system fair trial on a large enough scale to be decisive. The other Buflalo item relates to a suburb of that city, Depcw, named In honor of ''Our Chauncey" Depcw Is, for the most part, a town on paper. It had only got lalrly stHrttd when the hard times en inc. and put n stop to growth. I'or four years the lnei-torIn that teal estate project ha re peen sweating blood. But now arrangements are being made for the erection of a great cotton factory, the power to be furnished by electricity generated by the utilization of Niagara Falls The cloud is lilting. The charm of all this is that these arc not isolated cases, but Instances in point showing the way the current of events is setting. It takes time to accomplish great results, but evidently the promise of better times is in a fair way to be fulChicago Inter Ocean. filled. n ' AnnoHnscments Demwratie Tirttl. We are authorized to announce ELI H. BROWN As a candidate for Circuit Judge ol the Sixth Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce V. T. OWEN as As a candidate for Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss trict, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. For Commonwoalth'B Attornoy. We are authorized to announce EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. Clr-cu- it MOB LAW. Gov.Bradley is to be commended in urging so strongly the enactment of laws to suppress tbo spirit of lawlessness now prevalent in this State. Wo speak of mob law, but this Mob term is in reality 'a misnomer. law is no law. It is the opposite of law. Law is order; mob rulo is disorIn law thcro is security ami der. peace; in mob violonco there is con stant danger and unrest. Mob violenco in this State is now, almost, if not quite, of daily occur- rence. At first it It will now bo in order lor the Hartford Jferald to tako back all it ever said about the Populists. gjgBggaaaaaBasaaaaaaaaaaaMawai who adhere to principles will b.ivo no chance to vote this fall only for Clerk of tho Court of Tuosk Populists bang ing of men, somotimes guilty and of times not guilty of oflcnse punishable by death; and this too without a trial by jury. The time honored right of a trial by a jury is a constitutional onejturth crmoro it was a right given our ancestors in Magna Cbarta. was confined to tho Appeals. It has been handed down to us by m m our forefathers and is made sacred by Tun Populists on tho Democratic A course of Hood's Strsaparilla To arhundred behind the blood of our ancestors. tickctwill run several the humblest citi- taken now will build up the system The Demo-cra- ts gue, however, that the Domocrats this fall. prevent serious illness later on. zen is entitled to this right is folly; and say thoy will scratch them. Get only Hood's. becauEn every man worthy the name , HOSI.-VEThe Democratic party of Ohio of citizen must admit it. The farmers are greatly behind principle and The growing disposition of some county is for pie, not there is no inducement for any young people to override tho law and tram-pl- with their work on the account of the heavy rains. under, foot our most sacred instiman to join that party, and the only Mr. Perry White, of near Horse place or them is among tho Repub tutions, is a matter of gravo imporcitizens. It Branch, and Miss Dean Goodwin, of tance to all licans a party of principles. smackB of revolution and treason. Ho this place, were untried at the home R. Homirook nominated all the who does not respect tho low, will of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Goodwin, last WeJnesdiy evePopulist candidates in tho Democratnot respect its Bourco which is the ic convention and they were declared government. It is not honorable to ning. Health in this community Is good. Democrats and accepted the nomina-tiobe a member of a mob; there is no Miss Clara Foster and brothers as Democrats, hence tho PopuA visited in Hamlin neighborhood last It is cowardly. bravery in it. swallowed. list paity was completely mob, liko a thief, generally does its Saturday and Sunday. darkness; Rev. Morton, of FordsviHe. preachTun Domocrats of Ohio county work under cover of tho "by the struggling moonbeams misty ed dt this place Frldty, Saturday and turned down Editor Felix last Satur lights, or tho lantern dimly burning," Sunday nights. He is a good Chrisday, nnd thereby showed their apprethe tian preacher. As a natural consequence ciation of hispaperas n county organ. and The Sunday School at this place Tho ticket will now ask the support spirit of mobism grows worse Scat. moro violent with the pawing of time. fs progressing nicely. of that paper after telling the editor To such an extent has it grown in to step atide. "With Lake Michigan in its doorKentucky that tho rights of property alTin: Democrat Senato of Ken are no longer secure; and the rights of way, Chicago has been cnt off for Bands of most forty years from many ol the tuck prevented tho passago of meas- property is also sacred. which cities usually deore now, and for some advantages ures to relievo the State last spring Extending rive from a water front, been, engaged in and now that same body of men stand timo past havo from the mouth of the rivet southward ready to do tho samo thing again and destroying private property in Ken' St. nearly seventy miles to Fifty-firNot only is property being to lay the blamo on the Republican tucky. a great railroad coroperation has Tho Republican administration. destroyed, but citizens who own it maintained a barrier of tracks, spiked House has passed some good bills nro threatened with their lives, and in fences, nnd stoue walls which cflectu-nllealong the linos of economy, and if somo instances murderously assault-c- d. prevented the public from ap tho Democratic Senate will pass those This is high handed and out- proaching the lake." From this bebills it will savo several thousands of rageous. ginning the article on ".Chicago Lalce dollars to the State. It is tho imperative duty of our law Front Parks,"contributed to Harper's makers to put a stop to this utter Waekly of April 3, proceeds to out Tin: Populist party of tho State and reckless disregard of law and line the development of public spirit g met nt Louisville Wednesday and property rights. Tho whole structure In Chicago which has led Jo nominated Jo A. Parker as their can of our government is being shaken, of the lake front, and to the didato for Clerk of the Court of Ap- from turret to foundation stone. This present colossil undertaking, superMr. D. H. Burnbam, directpeals to go under tho Plow and Hamis no timo for trilling or dolay; tho vised by They made a ringing appeal law must bo supremo, or wo will bo or of the workes at the World's Fair mer. which is to convert it into one of the against fusion and the Committeo 011 forovor undone. Tho furies ot the of the most beautiful of the park sysfolParty Organization repotted as mob will undo the boasted results of tems ot any city in the world. It is lows: our civilization. fully illustrated, one of the drawings, "Wc advocate prompt organization Tho reign of terror in France, with giving on extended view ol Chicago on strict line In conformity with the its rivers of' blood, its want, woe and water fiont as it will nppsar when well known principles of the People's party as enuunclated at Omaha and wretchedness, remind us of mob rulo the work Is completed. St. I Oil Is and advise nil members of and its result. Tho time fur concert-oi- l tht mtty by their best efforts to orand vigorous actions upon the part Minn ol Holler TIiiim. ganize by precincts, districts and The slate factory Insnectoi of Penn of good citizens and our legislators is regardless of thenrgnnlzntion counties of any patty other than our own. now at hnnd.. Let mobs, and tho sylviiitia, Mr Campbell, reports that Thiscoiunilttee also recommends that spirit of the mob, be completely and loo.ooo more persons are in worn in cordiality of feeling that all true that state now than there wer six outside our party linen should cflectually upprowed. months ago. This is a very remark be expressed by bringing about the statement. able and encouraging A I'oliU l llrineiiilor. co operation of all reformers nud reform elements under the party device If you wish to purify jour blood But it is by no means lorelga to the of the I'low ana Hammer, or else unyou should take n medicine which general chnracter of the industrial der a citizen's dev ce seixrate and cures blood disease The record ol news of the dny On every hand are apart from any National dtvice." The report was received with great euros by Hood's S.iraprllh proves evidences of Improvement. that this is the test medicine for the npplause But the ni'tst significant news in Hood's Sarsi-patil- la this general Hue Is outside of that blood ever produced. 130RQLAR ALARMS. cures the most stubborn cases state. Dispatches from Duflalo furnTho disoovonas made in the olco-tri- o and It Is the medicine for you to take ish two tctmrkable Indications of if jour blood Is Impure. fild of late yoara havo been better times in the near future. One and astonishing. Tho HutelaUs In grain ruceived at that port, Hood's Pills are the best of the lake ports, morous discoveries and inventions of pill; nsstst digestion, cure head- the most and the other t.i the minttf icture of ISdisou, some of which are all but ache. 25 cents. cotton. The two are perfectly miraculous, havo revolutionized moL but converge upon the same llnllrunil unit Timber. Tho flashing of mesthoughts. ern, We are wasting our timber supply point. sages nil over the onuntry; tho dazin the most reckless way, and faking An ilcvHtor wlilin capacity of zling glare of powerful search light; bushels is to be put up in i.o--i - no stepi to re pi.ice it. in many of MMMaCXKaEiaM&ifliHMi-s- the best puritans of tho South the Buflalo thW summer, and it is to be evil tiflVcU of stripping tht land top eanstruettil o' steel The report th- -t rertulu Chicago elevator thoroughly ofiti trees arc already fdt. If we keep oi pb we are going inttrcsip ore connected with thepr o g , rs st y there-claimin- Protection nnd Prosperity arc synonymous terms, just as Free-Traand Failure seem to accord with each other. This nation has adopted Protection for its land industries and they have prospered beyond those of any other nation. We have turned our ships on the sea over to the free competition of foreign ship, and they have been sold ofl or laid up until they nre almost unknown in the ports of the world. But once we Protected our ships, just as we do our land Industries, and by the same instrument the Tariff Protection caused Proshas perity then, just as caused Failure now. How much e longer shall we suffer to perpetuate a monopoly in carrying our foreign commerce for foreign ships? When the Tariff does for! American ships afloat what it does for our industries on the land, as it did In our earlier history, then everything American will prosper. Prosperity will not stop at the seaboard Economist. as It does now. de Free-Trade Free-Trad- l'rnprrlijr or Failure? Why Nil miM Thrjr Womlrr. A Washington bootblack lifted his Jiat to President McKlnley, and the chief executive lifted his hat to the bootblack, nnd all the Washington correspondents wonder. And yet it was a simple and harmless courtesy. There is no such wall between people and president as would preclude and exchange of conventional salutes. A bootblack is as much one of the people as a curled and perfumed aristocrat. In saluting him President McKlnley may have unwittingly saluted a future president. Besides, the Cincinnati bootblack bowed first. Post. AilTrrll-i- I.pliem. Letters remaining in Postoffice nt Hartford over thirty days will be sent to the dead letter office at Washing ton, D. C: Donnie M. Seat en- when Pleased say "advertised" W. II. Griffin, P.M. called for. A The deellno In Uj mine of money ltflil In Japan the offoat it allrnys linn hod of robbAig U10 laborer nnd enrlaalnff tliu cnpltnllnt. The mlsernblo pittance paid to U10 wretahed operaUrM mutt nt no dlMaiit ktIo1 ktvd to a noelnl rerolutlAn unlrns the. raUi of wriffws bo ommkWw nbly Improted. In 187t n family owmlitlng of (tie. memlwi-of the lower middle elana could ubaUton TOycunyenr. In 1801 the eimt of living hod risen to 180 yen n year. During n period of tt yenra Uic allrer In it yon declined very nearly ll power (told value, aliouttwo-llftlialto buy merchandise and about In Ha power to buy labor. Tho gold th no of tho exiwrta from tho Unlh-- State and Hngland to Jnpan wan over $18,000,000 In IBM and nearly $31,000,000 la 1800, whllo M10 Imports of tho two from Jnpnn wro over In tlio first year and lean tbnn Fred Per$31,000,000 In the Inat ry Poworw, lu Boumt Currency for March 1. MONEY IN TEXAa XVhr lntrf.tt la lllali and Loanabl Kami Contracted. Tho (ialveaton Dolly Newn rcmliuh ItaTexoa reulernof UiedMTrencoln ratca In tho nortlienntern atntoo and In noino of tho western nnd aoiith-er- n tntw nod glre them a fow clcmcn-Wr- y lessons on Uie rcnona for tills difference. "IntcrMt Ifl noTer no low," It mys, "In commnnltlc given oier to auspicious ftroa, ijwntJonatilo ruulgiv mentfl, f miuluU-n- t fnllurcn or to legislation with ft decided turn offiUiwt the creditor awl In furor of tho debtor." Much of tho market rnto of lntcjvat U liinumnce against rUU, nnd af courao dlmlnlslies aa tho risk decmuwa. "Where mn are required by law topny tlwlr debts arid aro not sheltered' nnd encouraged In tricky oouraca by unreasonable exemption laws and by a public prejudice against creditors aa n clans the risk la naturally lean serious." Making Its amplication to Texas, tho Now nays: "Wo June n right to lenvoa fraudulent debtor n resident worth all U10 banlc stock or botida ho con carry nud an extraordinary collection ot tbo tools of his trade or profession and to defy his creditors to crook a fmger at him. We can do thta If we prefer, but It U going to coat us something." It nsks why the "goodly majority of ike people of Terns," wko"re Dot disposed to Ilia hlffh to-hide behind tho exemption tar, tho assignment law oraoroooUier low taMno.r-rowshould bo forced by the discredit ot bod taws nnd a few dishonest meu "to pay two prioes for every dollar they borrow." ItbelleveBtlierateof Interest and the would come down loanable fund would double It the honest men of tho state wouM demand the enactment of laws under which a creditor could collect what is due him. ono-hn- jf n one-four- th W. II Khnhhr. quired by Inw ltxccutor ol J It. Pendleton, dee'd. At the office of Taylor 9c Mellenry. lea greater eitenttlMnieeord. any other proprlutary medicine This Is simply lieesuio It possesses greatei merit and produces greater cures than any other. It I not what we say, but what Hood's Harniparlll does, that tells the story. All advertisements of Hood's HarMparllla, Ilko Hood's BanwparllU It self, ro honeat. We have never deceived tho puMIe, and this with its taperlatlio medicinal merit, Is why tho people havo abiding confidence In It, and bay lrousKe cxl at pou nd atnndatd granulated angnr ft 00, J, 6 and 7 pounds good grten codec $1 ix.', A buckles 15c, good can spools lor corn 5C Claiks O N. T. 5c, best colored carpet warp 17c, white 15c, giM. ctHcn nt atfc, $H Columbia nnd 4, I'niicy at $c. " shirting Gc. nprou check ginghams 5C domestic 4c, laney table oil cloth l'tirnlture 17c, xlnc trunks $1 50 nnd chalts lots of 'em, tables softs nnd fine rockets. No 7 step stoves $4 50, n fine double ovenf8 2), best washing machines fa 75, best sewing machines on the market fro, clothing at your own price. We have (anions Oliver Plows nnd other kinds cheap. Also big lot clover and Grass seeds. Write for samples and prices MoumiiAl). JONtts & Co. Ccntretown, Ky, 1 $tf "Wo Soil Goods Too."' Hood's Sarsaparilla AlnKMt to the eieliiJlen of all otlwri. Try It. I. llaol & Co.. Iwell, Mm. by lTHHUwl o'y a yu . T. HOOU S PUIS are the only jllli to Uks with Hood's BatuparllU. llurklen'a 4nile Snlve. The Det Salve lu the wotld for Cuts, Urnlses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, I'everSores, Tetter, Chapped Corns, nnd oil Hands, Chilblains, Skin Itruptlons, and positively cures It is Piles, or no pny required. guaranteed to give perfect latisfaclton or money refunded. Piiee 35 cents per box. Por sale by Williams & Dell. tyiyt. wlltia nil vxxxoiX.er-vo m m $S0,-00- 0, Stcphentowii.N Y , April . Kind Udltor Riu'Uhlican: Wc cannot exist In New York without Tiir Wc rtnh for the mail on Monday morning nnd when we get Tiir RitrtmucAN wc feel as though we had our friends with us, PIcae continue my time to Tiir Rnruntic-Aand Commercial. This is a beautiful country, but Its beauty does not make up to me for my "Old Kentucky Home " With best wishes, Yours, Mrs. J. A. Wrddino Rnrun-MCAN- 'Ilia llriiibllrnii Abroad. has Through Passenger Trains and Past Hfficient Double Dally Service from Cincinnati and Louisville to Illinois (Jen. 1. & ,. Memphis points (tfew Orleans in connection with the It & O S W. to Louisville, reaching direct or making close connections for principal on Its own and connecting lines, - SOUrH&WE8T Vicksburg in- cluding Miss , " ," one-ha- lf The House Uallded on the Ssnda. Cnll. Iilrtlm-l- l Ititiconi;. Blrdsell Wagons are the cheapest because they are the the best. For sale by J. H. Patton & Co. Corn taken same as cash. In view of the tact that the liquor traffic Is the greatest evil to be contended with and that it cannot be "legalized without sin," I, as Chairman of the Prohibition Committee of Ohio county, hereby call a County Convention to meet at Beaver Dura on the 16th day of May lor the purpose of nominating a full county ticket Other very important buiness will be transacted, and it is supremely Important that every well wisher of good government and friend to7ur cause should be present. Do not allow anything outside of Providence llepabllcqn Saas'i'tlona. to keep you away. The rotireinont from circulation ot W. M. Likiws, Ch'm'n. United Btates notes la a step to bo taken tn our progress toward n safo and stable ourrency which should bo accepted as the policy and duty of tho government and the Intereetnnd security of the people. President IL B. llnyos, in Ills Annual Message to Congress DecembarO, 1B50. Health ol this community Is gen enerally good except a few cases of measles. Owing to so much rain farmers ate getting badly behind with their work. Mr. Perry White and a Miss Goodwin were quietly married at the home of the bride last week. Mr T. Daird has bought n track nl laud from Mr. Hill Pierce and will move onto same soon. Mrs. Ida Daniel, rf near Livermore, visited here rectnlly. Several from tht ovumunlty were in town Monday. Asi)itnsof. per week easv. You work right around home. A brand new thing Write to us quick! You wlll.be surprise" I at how easy it can be done. Send us your address anyway. It will be to your interest to investigate, Write Address, "People's" 3941 Market cam: run. Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark , Waco, Pott Worth, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Tex , and points on the Pacific Coast It alto has through passenger trains and fsst efficient double dally service from New Or leans, Jackson, Memphis nnd points South and West on its own and con netting lines to CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS making direct connections with through trains for all points NORTH & EAST Including St. Louis, Chicago, nuflnln, Pittsburg, Cleveland. Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Richmond. Solid vestibule trains through pull-ma- n bullet sleeping cats through ftee reclining chair cars BdtonRouge and Natchez, La , and Jackson, Aornts: $s to fs Particulars of )our local railroad ticket agent. S G. Hatch, DIv. Pass. Agent, Cincinnati. Jno A. Scott, Div. Pom. Agent, Memphis, A. II Hanson, r. r. a., Chicago. W A. Krllomd, a o.p.a., Louisville. St., Philadelphia. ThePloating Studio Is at South Car rollton. H ERE'S YOUR BOYS AND $100 Thec OPPORTUNITY stSSnE A GIRLS WALTHAM "COMET" MODEL A, 1097 BICYCLE, Tho several forms of out paper The following little notice appeared money offer, tn my Judgment, a conIn yesterday's Louisville Commercial stant embarrafcsnionf to the governIn tho treasconcerning a family who once lived ment and to a safe balance it necessary ury. Therefore I believe in Hartford: will to devise a system which C. II. Hoover, of Henderson, Ky., 'present a remedy for thoeo to tbelrnature, wrote to the police yesterday asking well In theyenrsof our prosperity them to keep a lookout for his sn. mightbeen displaced by v Iser provisions. hove The Hoover boy is fourteen jears ol President William McKlnley, In Ills age, and has been missing from home Inaugural Address March 4, 1897. for n week. He is thought to be in this city. l'OINT l'l.IIANANT, Not that we desire to advertise any work or thlngv'but only to tell yon what Is happening around here and under a Republican administration too. The Jamestown coal company has struck tolerably good coal and have very nearly hall of the coal track complete between the bank and Green river and it will be only a short time until our boats can be supplied with fine coal. Mr. L M. Patterson has met with the very best of luck and has disposed of most of his brick and tiling and is now preparing to burn another Urge 2&&9&&S? OASTOniA. TUffO. titr n three-tal- l whceli hare nd curry full guarante? of (He Ainerirati Waltbare Co , Waltham, Mat , Wcten S4 1m room f$ MaJltnuMrcct. Chicago, 111 (where the wheels may be eiaiulocUai anytime j To the five persons Kittling the fWelotigirt llttaof lfNOMHH wonls. lorraeJ from the mx letter in the uame of the popular mapnxitie "TIIR OWI.," by MAY 15. 1097t The Owl I'ublUhlnrCo will fend one otthramu pet b bicycles. Useuolctler twice In ihe Mine wutd mid omit proper names and abbreviations To entrr content you must subscribe fur" TliK OWI," for one vwr I tier v cents Remit bvP O Monev Order nrtwo-cm- i itmnui Be Mre and mention this paper tihould there be more than ttve person I Mmllnf the same number of words the set ect ton will be made according to the date HU are mailed Address, TH E OWL, Union Square, New Yori. City. THE OWL 18 FOR SALC ON ALL N EW8TAN03. PRICE 5 CENTS. For FIFTY CENTS twArinn, popular the patent (jfcQ.fPanbr J)C4t Board and Tuitiou JJverj thing for the special Summer Term of8 weeks Hai rP-j- r-i 11 18U7. - m "' it n in n n r All our students will have the opportunity of nttending - n 3 WhttJi beiiM June 8 lot, Everly has Frank Hacket firm Bob Which raeots in Bowling Green Juue 29 30 and July 1, '07. It you want a bettor education, propsro yourself for teaching, get n better certificate, or to lake a thorough Commercial Courso, it will pay you to wrilo to ue. Bpecial emphasis put oh tho State Toaohora' Courso. You can cuter now and find "clawoa to suit you. Mention Courao wanted. now. CI1ERUY BROS., Proprietor, Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Buiiuesa Col'cge, B iwling Green, Ky. "3?ho lESLontucky S3tato', Toaohors' .Association moved on the .., The family of D. S. Myers have ' measles. ' " W, F, Coridlt has moved from the Davis farm to his farm on the banks of Rough river. Tom and Alex Cox, of McLean county, are visiting their brother, John Cox, of this place. ' Farmers nre about done sowing oats and burning tobaorobeds, but ground la tbo wet for plowing vet. Miss Bell Condltis visiting her sister Airs, Rufus Williams; over the creek; tI. C The following nnmed persons have paid their subscription to Tim J. since our last Issue: S.'Lelslire. Beds; O M. ShuUz.Swth Carrotltou; T D Royal, Magan: E. W. Smith, Ceralvoi S, T. Brown, Centrrtown; Sam M. Wilson, Roslne; W. T. Ashby, Rockportl T II. Bean, Sulphur Springs: J P D.inlel, Owens-horB. C. Raley, Roslne; J Him Miller, Beaver Dam: II. J C L'nd-le- y. Point 1'le.mnt; Oiv W. 0 Dud-Icy- . Frankfort; Mrs. J, II. Patton, Hartford; D. M Stevens, Colfix, 111. HENRY FIELD r HAVE OPENED THEIR & SON r IsTe-w- - after-dinn- er dls-tlu- ct, 00 rep-rtn- nt If you nre owlugui on oubscrlptlon we will appreciate U If jou will drop n end pay up, A tine new OMNIUUS will meet nil day traliu at leaver m. All order promptly attonded to. guarantee a comfortable rids, pruer MstrksUqJ Uuion lj;rBti, lartflird, Wo and.3?rom Etonvr ei IDelim. An e'gant Leave TnSZEIEIES a XuZlsTEl vehicle and goo I lior.e at Fie'U's Stable, Loy Now is the Time to Strike 1 mm POWDER Absolutely Puro. corsets 39c at Hair & o's. Aim whitr shiretjsc at Pair & Cos li'ggcst stock of millinery at Pair & Co's c,v 11 rri "' " -- Awarded ". glMSt Honors-Wo- rld' 'Dlt tKEAMl Pair. we are jnow jVLeauy FOR THE Correct st ten in millinery at Fair Co's. Ladies id Inch pirasols 50c at Ualr ' ' & Co's. 48c for double front overalls at Fair & Go's. hi , SPR BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A BARGAIN m t E nv m b Kb t Arte HI abb t&0 X B ma AT FAIR & COMPANY'S. ir fc Rob Roy and Persian Fair & Co's. belts 10c at Wo have just Men drawers aoc or 3 pair for 50c ' Wo have our entire stock of Spring Goods in and arranged for your inspection Our All aro fresh and the very latest. lino of Millinery, Woolen dress goods, wash A fabrics wore never more beautiful. look at these lines will be appreciated. 45 inch Marabout Lawns 30 inch Rojauo Dimity 37 inch Crctdcn Dimity 30 inch Quipurl laco effects 30 inch Percales 30 inch Gramto cloth 30 inch Shepherds plaid duck at Fair & Co's. White carpet chain at Fair & Co's. 1501 mmm . stocked up on A JA "...8 Jo 12 pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Celebrated for Its great leavening rrom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. strength and healthfulness. Assures 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. the lood against alum and all forms of Prettiest line of pattern to be seen adulteration common to the cheap arc at Hair & Co's. brands. RoyalBakinoPowdbrCo., DEM-POPULIS- T Get your Sweet and .Irish Potato Nnw York. Pate Bro's. seed at CONVENTION. See Carson & Co's ad. Pretty line ladies and gentlemen neckwear $c at Fair & Co's, Fair & Co's ad will interest you, A Large Crowd on Hand You need spring underwear now Buy Fertilizer from Carson & Co. to Witness the Burial 10o such as J. E Fogle & Co. have. Lots of new shoes at Carson & Co's. of the Populist 12Jo 35c buys a white shirt worth 50c at Bargains in Clothing nt Carson & 8Jc Co's. Party. J. E. Fogle & Co's Cash Store. colored 17c IN OUR LINE And it order to make things move we give you a lew prices: Binglo 36 inch 36 inch 36 inch Width woraled (ells ono half Henrietta worth alt wool sergo worth all wool cashmere worth EUEBWTI CWlClil lOootir price 7c our price 16c .85c our prico 25o 50c our prico 25c 2flc 15o 8c Mr. J. C Rudd, town this week. Owcnsboro, is In 1 With this line we h ave the fancy trimming to match which are in vogue this season. t D. M. Ferry's standard garden 12J seeds at Pate Bros. Big line of men and boys straw hats at J. K Fogle& Co's. Miss Florence Dellaven is visiting relatives at Horlon. 80c buys 20 It was Caught In bad Com pa- panynnd Sufforod tho 20c buys a pair ol good drilling fato of Jonah. drawers at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Miss Walsh, Fair & Co's milliner, is ready to show you her goods. You will save money every time Monday the Democrats and Popu lists met In Hartford to finish their arrangements by which the Populist party should be turned into the Dem There was a large ocratic party. crowd of Democrats present, but there was only about 75 or 80 Populists who voted In their Mass Convention, which showed that the Populists were not struck on the idea of being turned into another party, and they would not attend. The Democrats intended to take charge of the" Populist Convention and was on hand to do so, but the Chairman asked them to stay out. The Populists are kicking considerably about the fusion, but they will have to vote under the rooster all the same or else vote the Republican ticket or stay at home. The Populists nominated their pirt of the ticket as follows: County Judge, J. P. Miller; Sheriff, Wm. Assessor, J. D. Spurrier; Surveyor, J. W. Petty; Coroner, J. J. Hoover. Mr. Miller was very persuasive in his opening speech, telling the Populists that they would lose nothing by Ladies seamless black hose 15c or two pair lor asc at Fair & Co's. Challies all wool one way Cballics all wool 36 inch novelty dress goods worth 36 iuch percalo, best quality, worth...... , 36 Inch Booster cotton, by the bolt, worth 36 inch Sea Island cotton worth Good calico worth Men suits Boys suits. White carpet warp Colored carpet warp Cotton warp matting worth. Good matting worth I 30o COc our prico 25o prico 0c 12oour 5c our price 4c 0c our prico 5o 5o our prico 4c .82 50 COc .... , yards ot good domestic at J. E Fogle & Co's. you buy good ol J. E. Fogle & Co. Mens seamless black or tan hose 15c or 2 p.lr tor 25c at Fair & Co's. Our "1897" buggy beats theln all. See it. J. H. Patton & Co. Remember we do the very best Job printing at the lowest living prices Big line ot straw matting Irom 12 to 30c per yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's Umbrellas that will keep the rain , and sunshine off at J. E. Fogle & I Co's. Mrs. Holmes Cummins, of Memphis, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ida Fendleton. Mrs. Dr. J. T. Bethel.ol Henderson, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. M. Walker, last week. Mrs. Judge Jno. P. Morton is visiting her sister, Mrs Warren Baker, nt Render this week. We are going to close out our stock of clothing, now is the chance to buy. Carson & Co. For Salk. A good secondhand Hall's fireproof sale and a good d-hand buggy. Apply to the Rs- secon- I40 16c 35c our prico 20c 18c our price 12c f4?-g- 'Alport " - i"r y ff yo9 f ' pg t hjMj(Mx For anything In the tonsorial line call on E. L Bullington. 90c buys a ladles fine shoe at J E. Fogle & Co's Cash Store These prices are for CASH or good If you miss visiting this department Wo have the largest you will regret it. Jino and the prettiest styles in Hartford. Can furnish you a hat from 50c to well any price you want it. Come to see them anyway if you are not ready to purchase. It will be alright. Always glad to show our goods. O-UL- X Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bean have re- turned from Cincinnati. Mrs. Jos A. Thomas is visiting relatives in Louisville this week. You can buy 20 yards shirting cots ton for 80c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. We want chickens, feathers and eggs. Carson & Co. Sam Casebiei, the 'bus driver, will take you all the way, day or night. Wanted to buy 200 bushels of good corn. Carson & Co. Young roan if you want o nobby buggy call on J. H. Patton & Co. Buy your hat while the styles are fresh. J. E. Fogle & Co's hats are nobby. Mr. Jno. II. Barnes, Beaver Dam, went to Louisville Wednesday on business. Buy a Birdsell wagon Irom J. II. Patton. Corn taken in exchange at market prices. Wash goods in all styles at prices not found elsewhere are 1 shown at J. E. Fogle & Co's We shall quit theclothlng business. If you want a bargain come to see Carson & Co. See Carson & Co. for Millinery Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and fancy Dress Goods. (Joantry frodciee And no other proposition will be considered. We are going to close out our e X, O And quit 5 pi that part 1 N of the business Clot.ln-i.ri.g- 1 - Department should not be forgotten. $1 00 Mens good wool suits GOO Mens better wool suits t Mens extra wool suits... f8 00 to $10 00 Boys wool suits f2 50 to $5 00 00c to $3 00 Child wool suits With every boys suit of clothes we give you a ball and bat. And with Wo every $2 00 purchaeo or over a handsome picturo in n neat frame. want yuur trado and shall endeavor by all fair means to obtain it. Writo f for samples. Wo will gladly scad them. Hartford gemple of fashions. Money Notwithstanding our burut-ou- t last July wo are still headquarters lor all kinds of Saed, Doou want a Disc Cultivator or Harrow? J. II. Patton & Co. have the best on earth for the money. at 25 We will close out winter Underwear per cent discount. Carson & Co. Boat quality of Steel andChillod Plows. Both Walking and Ridiug Brakers. Plantors, Riding and Walking Cultivators "with and CornDrill, Check-rowithout tongues, Duo Harrows, Foncing Wird plain and barbed. Osbarno Mowers and Bindeir.IIuber Thrsbing Machlne.Traction engines. All above Implements aro guaranteed to be of the best quality. First class repairing of all kimb done promptly. Horseshoeing a specialty, also n full lino of Farming Implements. ! .You will find us fertilizers for tobacco. Railroad 8U Come in and see us. at our old'staud on First and f , WILLIAMS-IliulnrM Improving-- . Mr. Jsnies S. Ciane, a member of the Executive Committee of the National Cash Register Company, of Dayton, O., is In the city, having lately come from' a tour ol inspection or the company's business, which embraced nearly nil th .principal cities WILLIAMS, JlNtitT - BEAVER DAM, KY. Married at the residence olj. A. Howard by Rev. G. J. Bean, Robert Vance to Miss Sallle Pate. Wui Yonng is very sick with measlesnot expected .to live, The residence of Leslie Combs was 'consumed by fire Sunday -- with alt bf its contents no insurance. and towns of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Rev V. D. Cox will baptize n uum-h;- r Missouri, New Michigan. Nebraska, t( Converts on the 3d Suuday in Yxrk, Pennsylvania, Ohio and other thl&t'nionth. near Concord, and West. States oT the North. Kast Concord church will be dedicated JMf.'CraneUino position to know the 3d Sunday in May, dinner on the stands how the business situation ground. Everybody invited. Plqw Boy. country at large, and the cheerful wordshe spoke to a reporter for the Eyening'Post this morning have the weight of nutWltv behinir them. 'Business la picking up every-- ! wnete," said 'fie, "not only in one llnfr, but in nil branches of trade. This'is more noticeable In the North and Northwest at present than it Is fn other pattaof the tountry. When Ii there a tickllnsr In the throat? Do you cough a great business la depressed and affairs ate deal," especially when lying in a condition bordering on panic, rtmvn Are vou hoarse at the1 first distress is felt in the great times? Does nearly every coM pi the.Noith, Hke New money centers you take settle in your tnroatr York, BwSton. and Philadelphia, and These "throat coughs" are naturallyjyheu improvement begins very deceptive. Don't neglect Is the first sign returning Rood times tUm "TmrUrt. nr couch feltlljere, too. fflit Die Improvement syrups won't touch the spot. Is surely cumin? this woy and within XPO must take remedies that will enrich the blood, tone up the next two yeUrs I look f 'r a big the nerves and heal the in-business boom lor the entire country Trfts is due to the return of confidence SCOTT'S EMULSION of and of the stinting up of idle factoCod-livOil with Hypophos- Post ries." contains such remedies, Jihltes wonderful nourishing: 1 In-th- e 4 k Throat Coughs er P Willie, little son of W. T. Oiler, was shot yesterday by his little broth, er, The boys made n toy pistol and wanted to see ' If It would shoot through the hd'mvj and it did, hitting the boy on h'e other side. The shot struck the boy in the head. He is In and healing power. The cause of the cough is removed the whole system Is given new life and vigors and the danger from,' threatening lung trouble is swept away. Book stout It fry. For uU by jfl dVjigguti at 50c. and $1.00. SCOTT A BOWNS, Kiw York. Sell quickly is J. E. Fogle & Co's Editor Republican: I attended motto. Our prices are placed to ac- the Democratic convention Monday complished our purpose. last, as I always do, having been a You must .wear clothes if times are Democrat ard having always taken close. Fit your clothes to the times an active part in my party affairs. I never scratched my t!cket,have voted and buy bf J. E. Fogle & Co. straight out irom the shoulder. We will not make any more tickets in my convictions, believor keep books alter this date. Don't ing In the ever lasting principles of ask fpr credit. Carson & Co. Democracy. I am now nearing the Less politics and more prosperity, fiftieth mile stone in life and have less high pieces and more bargains voted the Democratic ticket since like J. E. Fogle & Co. offer. reaching my majority. During all j ,Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Keown went to these years the many county commitLoutsvill? Tuesday to spend a. tew tees and the hundreds of Democratic aspirants to office have lought the days with friends and relatives. battles of the party for the sake of We are going to quit the clothing principles, not office, but in the good business. Come you can't fail to year A. D , 1897, I find my party has get a bargain. - Carson & Co. laid down principles,bargained,traded and sold for the consideration of six Prof! Cox and M. Bean Orchestra hundred votes five offices to one J. P. will furnish music for the Beaver Miller, which itcannot deliver to said Dam Dramatic club Friday and SatMiller neither can Mr. Miller deliver urday night. the votes. Thanks be to God there M,r. and, . Mrs.'jas. Lyons, of is not a freer country on the globe This being true I shall Haynesvllle, were the guests of the than ours. family of Judge J. F. Carson the first reserve the right to myself to place my vote where and for whom I please. of the week. I deny any man or set of men the Henrietta jf wool 17c, all wool right to say for whom I shall vote, caslnner 26c, all wool serge 25c, oil unless they name Democrats. The W09J chajlies 30c, wool challles 15c call or the Convention was. made by & Co's. the Democratic committee for the purpose of naming Democratic candiThe man that earns his daily bread dates to fill the various pfiices to be by his daily toil can save his hard voted for next November. Was this trading at the cash eirned dollars by done? I think not. During the prostore ol J. E Fogle & Co. ceedings the Chairman of said ComMessrs. los. L. Carson and John C mittee put in nomination the names Chamberlain, of Post No. 4, G. A. R , of five men for the Democrats to vote Hari ford, will go to Cromwell April for In November, who have no more 1797, to metfwlth Cromwell Post G. interest in the success of the Demo cratic party than a bog in Ash A. R. Meu who have fought Wednesday. Mr. Rolllni Shultz. living near the Democratic party in season and Prentls, was killed by a team of mules out of season. Snail I vote for running away with him Monday. We such men? I think not. failed to lean purtlculars. Mr. Shultz A sad thought presents itself to me was one of Ohio county's beet citia man whom the Democracy of Ohio zens. county has honored in the past, comThe Beaver Dam Dramatic Club ing before the Iparty in convention, in nomination will give two entertainments In Hart-fol- d and placing men this week. On Friday night who bad fought Uie principles which will be presented "Bioken Links" he claimed to hold, the principles and Saturday night "After Ten which he has claimed were the only salvation of the country. I fear this Years." gentleman hardly realizes the great All wool scree 25c, all wool cash- blow he struck the Democracy of mere 25c, )i wool cashmere 16c, nil Ohio county. We shall see what we percalsoc, good calico 4c, cotton warp what we shall see. jBellcvlng as I do matting ao, good matting 12c, best that ae almost struck the death knell french ginghams 7Ke. apron gingof the party and that It will be years ham 5c Uooalet cotton 4c- befote we can get over our blunder. CASBOtt & CO. giving up their party and going into the Democrat party; said it was just like tA'o men dividing up a farm, it didn't make any dlfienncc about principles, but they just wanted to beat the Republicans, &c. Mr. Albert rUBUCAN. Helm was nominated for Assessor and Remember our grocery line is corns he told the Chairman that he would plete and we would be glad to have not go into that fusion business unyou call and get prices before buying der the rooster and then they turned him down. elsewhere. Pate Bros. The Democrats met afternoon and Mrs. E. P. Neal visited her uncle, put up their part of the Mr. T. Morton, near Cromwell U1I3 ticket as follows: County Clerk, H. week. Mr. Morton Is quite sick, but T. Thompson; Circuit Clerk, G. B. at last accounts was thought to be Likens; Jailer, Warren Taylor; Representative, G. D. Black; County Atsomewhat better torney, Jo B Vickers; School SuperMr. Jas. Sullenger happened to a intendent, J. D. Hocker. Several of very painful accident Wednesday. the defeated candidates are chatging He was assisting in driving fencing fraud and one of them has grne so far posts and his hand was on top of the as to be outspoken and says he will post when it was struck by the maul. do anything he possibly can to defeat His hand badly bruised and It will be Ills xuccesslul opponent, otherwise several weeks before he will be able the convention Monday was reasonas to use it. hly harmonious. The resolutions adopted were the most savage we From n Mlver Deitioernt. 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. If you need CARSON Tlinl Rome Row. From what I have heard. I think it is proper that I should explain why I signed that document for Mr. Rowe. In the first place, the grand jury had reported that they found upon examination of the witnesses that Mr. Rowe was from the discharge of the duties of his office, by reason of having been tbrofrn from a horse, and and not from the use of intoxicating liquors. I thought of nothing else but that the jury had made an honest report, as they were acting under oath, and therefore, thought they had done the proper thing. Mr. Rowe said to me. that the Oweusboro Messenger had published that there was great Indignation In Hartford over. the disposition that bad been made of the case. I had not heard a word said, expressive of any indignation or dissatisfaction over the matter. I thought as several prominent Republicans had signed It, it could not be a political affair, and taking It all together, I felt like I conld do Mr. Rowe a kindness and that no one could be Injured by It. True, there are some things in the document that my mind failed to take hold of until I saw it in print I did not read the document. Mr. Rowe, however, read it to me, and I would not intimate that he did not read it just as It in print. He commented particularly on the report in the Messenger and I simply lost sight of the other statements. I am sure I did not sign it with any thought of influencing any man to vote for him. I think Mr. Rowe understood at the time that I take no part in conventions or primary elections, and therefore be does not expect me to vote for him. Notice if you please, the paper I signed does not say that he was not drunk at any time during the November term .ol court. He does not deny it. The Gleaner, of Beaver Dam, has some very bard things to say, but I attribute that to the fact that the editor permitted his zeal to over balance his Vnow ledge. He Is to be pitied rather than censured. He has tevlled When me, but I will not revile him Jesus was reviled, He reviled not again. In conclusion I will just say, II I have committed an error, it is one ot the.head and not of the heart. I will also say, if I have injured any man in and way, I am sorry of it and humbly ask his pardon. With the kindest feelings toward every body, t am very truly, J. S. Chandler, Pis Are Vou (Innllllctl. Mr. Editor: free have ever heard and was filledrlth the most glaiing lies that have ever been'out on paper in regard to the management of State and county affairs. We will publish them next week to show our readers the calibre of the Democratic party, and to what desperate straights they will go to too win a point. Republicans are well satisfied with the Convention Monday which makes It most certain for Republican success this fall. See our new hats. The Owensboro Inquirer says: One of the qualifications of voters at the Henderson Democratic primary election to be held April 27, is a pledge to support the Populist candidates, conceded certain offices under the fusion deal. In McLean county no Populist was allowed to vote lor the Populist fusion candidates, (to be sandwiched Into the Democratic tick et) unless he would pledge himself to affiliate with the Populist parts in the futuie. The strange political conglomeration in various parts ot Kentucky, effected by the fusionlsts, will breed dissensions, troubles and tribulations that it will rrqnire years to efface. Carson & Co. POPULIST CAPTURED A Mombor of ty Saya Thoy HaveiBoon Mlstroatod. tho Populist par- After using a 10 cent trial size of Ely'3 Cream Balm you will be sure to buy the 50 cent size. Cream Balm hus no equal in curing catarrh and cold In head. Ask you druggist for it or send to cents to us. ELY BROS , 56 Warren St.. N. Y. I suffered from Catarrh three years; it got so bad I could not word; I utcd two bottles ot Ely's Cream Balm and am entirely well; I would not be without it. A. C. Clark, 341 Shawinut Ave., Boston. Remember that we buy butter, eggs, hams, chickens, (bacon and laid; in fact all kinds ol country produce for which we pay the highest market prices. Path Bros. Wtsterficld, many patriotic Ky., April 7 How Populists are there From all appearin Ohio count? ances Monday at the Hartford Court House, there was but lew and that few of a very timid nature. J. ws one to stand by and see the party tied hand and foot without an efiort to prevent it It is not too late yet, thank God; there is a remnant of the Populist patty who never sanctioned toe proceedings ol the convention and will never support the uomina tion. You may call us Populists, kickers or anything you like, but all you can do will not make the true Populist party forget its abuse by the Democratic Let IC be frankly party in the past. understood that there is a Populist part yet living and will etliveon who ore not for fusion of any kind, and will never submit to any party leader who advocates such actions. This is not a State oflLir, but Is purely an action that the county nhoi' Id make without any dictations Our party from State Commute. corui iittee 80 s that this luslon will settled by State Committee; supi use then it is ordered for Popu-Hsti.d Democrats to vote under the Why if there is rooster, then what? ever another aPopulIst Jparty in Ohio coui .y it will have to be born acaln. K. II. Martin. middle-of-the-ro- ad bus-incs- x Mrs. Kate Etter OF MI88OURI, ! Ourtd of Haart Dltaaio by Dr. Miles Hw Haart Our. sT mm ' ftlnlil-ait- l. r serious conditio, Fubr SII.VHR Drmociiat. Attention I'oinrnitni. Comrade Chamberlain and Comrade J, L. Carson of Preston Morton Post will be with us at our next regular meting, 3d Saturday April, 17th. Al comrades are especially requested to ' pickeut on that ocoaslou, Jont B Wilson, Cora N C. Damn., Ad'gt. Mr John Stahl snd Miss Llllle Gist were uulted in matrimony last night at 8 o'clock, at the residence of Mr. Tom Cotton, on Dreckenrldge street Mr. Stahl is the son of Mr. Samuel Stahl, who formerly conducted the St. Frances hotel. He Is about nineteen years of age. Mrs. Stahl was originally from Utility, but has been living with Mr. and Mrs, Cotton for some tlra"ei--MeR- KATE ETTEB wroto from In March lut. "Two years ago 1 wai tererely troubled with my atomach and kidneys, and a groat affliction ao nnnerred me tuat my condition beoamo alarming. The telegraph brought a prominent phjalclan In a eonauliatlan which reiulted In no benefit. I wont to Wyoming (or change ot climate without benefit, waa brought back to Atchbon whore nurse worked with me x m night and day to keep J me allro to reach my friend here. My heart became ao bad that my gave up all friend hope. I begin taking Dr. Mile' Heart Care and Nervine- alternately and w restored to health, it U now month alnce and I am perfootly well " Uemedlee are told by all drug- Dr. Mile glits under a positive guarantee, flnlhottle benefiti or money refutdeJ. Book oh lletrt Nooatio.Mo., ki ind None teat tree to sll applicant, pit, M1U58 HKDtOAL CO,, Rlk&srt, lad. tji Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897. CREDIT BANKS. Oon Bo Mado to Qroatly Donoat Agrloultur! Communities. trim American Aarlrnllnrlat Hiptnln J How l'rmriiAre".UIIUril,,brUro. rniU ttlnrm Cuiilil llurrnnr Ml I.otr llnlra of Inttrcil. ' Tho American Agriculturist, ono of 'ilie leading farm Journals of thin conn .try, hua been running a series of excel-'lenlltorluls ou tho subject of credit Hxuiks for tho benefit of furuinn. Ono of tho first. In the tasuo of Noirtnliar 21, 1I8OO, 1Iscuimh1 the ntfrlciiltiiral credit Ibankn of KiiKlnnd. It attracted considerable attention, and theOruuKuund JTnrmcrs' tUllanee In setcrnl mImIoh uro seriously consMrrlnjr u trial of the system thero outlined. A recent edltorlnl showed some of tho benefits of the Scotch credit tiankn which loan small amounts to borrowers Without collulcral, but who eun Rbe at least two irood sureties. Ity thin inenns a capable and trustworthy "'" muji icon obtain a few hundred dollars, iitu imoderate rate of Interest, with which Ito stock a farm which ho hun Just bought. lie does not lint p. to pny Intor-e- st on a dollar more tlinn he luitiuilly uses and nt nny time can return nny mnrt of what Is borrowed and stop on tho part returner!. Dunning Jfocleod, a Trent authority upon banking, says 1hnt. this system. Introduce lycars ojjo, gave Scottish iiflrlctilliir n. torodljrlous stimulus, wbllr to It iiIho ho (attributes the marvelous development of manufactures rind other Industries In Scotland In the fnce of adverse natural conditions. Munlcod declares that tlio use of this fonn of credit has been more helpful to Seotlmid than the richest? gold or silver mines would lime nt I. (been. The Agriculturist then described tho epeclnl benefits of the branch banks of (Scotland and Canada. Teu Scotch banks liuvo 1,000 branches. Bach little town where there Isnn agent of one of theso ten bonks litis practically the same bonking privileges as though the headquarters of the bank were in tbe town, Kvhereas the American town's fncllltlra Wire confined to tho little bank located Jn Its mldit, or. more likely. In n larger (town. Tillage or city ten or twenty miles Inwny, for It la often 50 and sometlmea U00 miles from points In tbe south and nearest bunk. rest to the the following from one of quote (the more recent editorials In the S st: if h "The agricultural credit bank In our previous article, or our (own very successful cooperative building nnd loan ns.oclatjons, might ulso establish branches or agencies. Thns one society could huve a representative in every town or hamlet In county or group of counties, bringing Its home to depositors and bor- Affwcrs ercry w here. In this way, even dn a sparsely settled farming country, get j cooperative banking society couldsucenough business to be soundly cessful. "Tho agricultural credit banks dc- scribed In the editorial referred to tho honest poor to cooperate In lother matters. The testimony of hundreds of similar Institutions In Europe; Alums beyond all question thnt thesa credit societies have 'encouraged cooperation in all Its forms, stimulated nnd Improved the thrift and whole moral and material condition of their members.' The need Is certainp ly urgent for similar effort at jln very many farming communities In this country as well as among workers in other occupations. In those times, fwhen the margin of profit Is so oloso In Iformlng, as la other business. It Is all the moro necessary for farmers to be Able to conduct their affairs with tbe utmost economy, for which purpose capital at reasonable rates of Interest is an Imperative necessity. "Whatever opinions ore entertained concerning tho standard of values, thcro ahould be unanimity In an effort to perfect a sound plan of cooperative banking that will enable farmers to help themselves. How great this need Is can Taking tho hardly bo exaggerated. United States as a whole, we doubt It of our farmers use banks or are within convenient reach of banking accommodation. Without It they can- Jiot employ credit In the true sense. of the volume of busiYet ness transacted by other people Is done with credit instruments. Dirt the average farmer is able to uso only the credit offered by the crossroads store, which 'milks' him to the tune of 15 to 40 per cent, by taking his stuff In trade at far below market price, charging big prof-It-s on what the farmer bujs, and on top of this exacting exorbitant inle self-hel- p self-helone-tent- h nine-tent- Two llnrrllile TrftKctlle. tbe far wewtorn HMtm ami tbe souta ami mnthwaatarn sttitaa that It was not When n boy in Cincinnati, O , dur-- I silver that tin lite stimiuir of 1848, ninny ol the Mr. Dryati oml It was not they were In favor or, but they neeueu some change to bring relief from tho then cltlE ns.pj thnt city spoke with terrible condition of poierty andseonj-lt- y horror ol one ol the most terrible of money under which they labored. porpetmted In Hint city "They felt that their condition was so tint eilinpi lind ever disgraced nny extreme and so painful that any ohango c vi ia- -l cotiiitry.liut allor the relnpc would be of value, and when I came to cls'iinny jents I cannot recollict look Into the matter and talk In a kindly and friendly way with them they all 11.1 "es and d ttts and but n few of confirmed the same feeling, whleh I the main circumstances ol the bloody had found at a long conversation In the crime What I do recollect Is this: treasury department, In Washington, (hat the circulation of the country Is Som Urn- - during the thirties there quite out of Joint, nnd the lungs and lived i'i the city of Clnclunntl n brute heart are congested and that the ex- ofn man v, ho In a beastly state of In tremities of the country are absolutely toxication nnd fiendish mge, with an without any blood. nx, horribly murdered and chopped to "I found that there were great of the nouthern nnd western pieces his entire lamity, consisting ol country where there was absolutely no an invalid wile and several suintl money at all, where the most primitive ' children. forms of barter obtained, where every- This crime was considered nt that Ono ithlng was most disorganized. gentleman told me that in his county, ' time so revolting that wn: figures which was quite a rich agricultural were made of the scene (which reprecountry, by some happy accident a J50 sented the wietch crushing the skull bank bill had come down Into the coun- ty, nnd that he had token a horse and ol his helpless wile with the nxe, buggy nnd spent four days In visiting while she was pleading for mercy on all the towns In the county striving to her knees ut his feet.whith Lcr frightget It changed into smaller bills, but ened children screaming around her. had been unable to do so, and finally was obliged to send It to Illchmond. There I I was told that these figutes could were senators who told mo that their be then seen at the city museum on constituents never saw a dollar of inon- - ' the southwest corner of Fourth nnd cy from the beglnnlngottheyeartotho ' Main streets. Being nt thnt time a end, with tho result that they had consmall bo I did not visit the museum stantly to go Into debt to the local storekeepers. The local storekeepers but heard many that did toil my parreceived their pay In kind. In fact, ' ents that It chilled their blood with everything was drifting back to the horror to look on this bloody scene, old times before money won Invented. And this was not In one stloUohof the though It was com mil tea yenrs ago and in talking nbout litis tragedy country only, but In large sections. "We can quite easily understand that they had little to say nbaut it nnd where there is not sufficient money to waividtheronversation I wnsshown-c- d establish u national bank under the ' the spot where the fien ! expiated-thivery onerous laws at present In force It was crime on the gallons. there is nothing else to take the place. The samedlfllculty has come up in other near same tret 3 in the upper environ parts of the world. In Austria and Hun- ofihecity and about half way be gary, In southern Germany and In southern France these difficulties were tween the city and the then town of understood nnd appreciated years ago, Fulton now all the city of Cincinna and agricultural banks hme been ti. The place ol execution was near founded there, nnd they have doubled the Ohio river. I passed it olten durthe value of real estate, nnd they have fall 1S48. made the peasantry and the farmers ing the summer and From what I can learn of the diarich and prosperous. "The samo thing has taken place in grams published in the papers. Foit Scotland, as many of our friends know, Thomas, where poor Pearl Bryan was livery town In Scotland with over 1,000 so cruelly murdered, is in plain view people hasabranohbnnkof someoneof of the site where the Cincinnati dethe great banks of Edinburgh or Glasgow. A man of good character who mon was launched into eternity. wants to fit out a fishing smack or buy From what I know and can learn anything for his farm Is able to go there, and if his credit Is good he Is the two tragedies were committed, able to borrow money os cheaply as any but for the no v lofty buildings of merchant could. It has a double effect. Cincinnati nnd Newport Barracks, in It is not only giving to those neighborsight ol each other and in two states, hoods the money that they actually, need, but It Is educating the people In the two perpetrators were incarceratthrift and promptness. I have talked ed in sight ol each others prisons, with a great many of my banking, tried in sight of each otheis place of friends, who say that tho whole thing, tribunal and paid the penalty ol their depends upon the oharacter of the peo and i' bloody crimes on scaffolds with only pie; that the people a river between them. that nothing can be done for them. "Sly Impression Is that If somol For btutality in all its bloody thoughtful plan could bo suggested Itl perhaps the States of Ohio would be quite possible to educate all tragetho agrlcultura.1 people of the country-t- o and Kentucky never had two understand that n man who Is thrifty' dies on their soil that rivn'ed the nnd honest and sober nnd prompt can Cincinnati and Fort Thomas murder, always in some way get some money. and strange to say.nll ol the sceres in Itlsaveryhard thing we do not underperpetratstand It at all here because we have se these terrible dramas. w,tre much money moving among us but If ed and endei so reirrrli other. every time we went to a store we were Siuce the execution of Scott Jackunabletobuyanything except on credit, ' son and Alonzo at Newport, If we had no money to pay down to enMarch 20th, many noted criminal able us to reap the advantages of cash payments, we should begin to bo fret- case3 of bs gone days as the Webster, ful. I do hope, sir, that the thoughtful Parkmin murder cise, etc , have been and good men of the north and east will rehearsed by the papers, all of which bo willing to take up this subject, "It was brought out at the Indtanap-pit- s contained more or less f j uiptthy for convention that after the first sad, the cor.deiur.el men, but in the Cins serious mistake made necessary by tho cinunti murder case ol the thitties and exigencies of the civil war we had gone the Fort Thomas murder case ol Janon with makeshifts ever since. Ono bit of legislation necessary to bridge us uary 31 1S96. no men have paid the over a particular crisis has been met penalty ol death more xatislactory to with another. With every Issue of bonds tbe will ol tbe Ameiicarj people than and of greenbacks, and with every other the ptrpetrators of these fiendish form of currency, legislative enactEdwin Forbes. ments have been made, and they con- crimes. tradict and overlap each other, and the business of the treasury Is exceedingly hard and difficult. "I come away from Indiana polls with this very firm Impression, and I have For Infants and Children. only ventured to submit it because I feci it so deeply that unless those of us in the more faored parts of the country Itts understand the condition of our brothniri 44 ers nnd our fellow citizens In the other ' parts of tho country, unless we wisely instruct and educate them and bring about some wise methods for their reFair View Herd lief, when the yeur 1000 comes wo shall be swamped with an Infinitely moro pon erful otc against us than dur ing this lost election." trRlM Llka biliousness, djircpal, headache, constipation, sour stomach, Indigestion are promptly cored by Hood's rills. Tlifjr do their work Liver Ills Fh Jl I I General Directory. STATU Governor Wllllntn O. Btadloy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-inglorlocrolaryof State Charles Finloy. Atlornoy Qonoral W. S, Taylor. Auditor Samuol H. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W, Lone. Commissioner oi Agriculture, Ilor- -' Lucas Statistics ticulturo and Superintendent Public Iuttruotiou- Ueo M. uavitnn. Hogister Land Offlco Cbas. O. Unvnold. Mooro. OFFICIALS. PygffWBm wrtiiil! mi limWHW 'ti'ti "' eaallr and thoroughly. Best after dinner pllli. H W SS cents. All druggists. M Frep&red by G. I. Itood A Co., Lowell, Mass Tho only nil to take with Hood's SarsaparltlA. Hood's ui'idjnb;li ... J ASTORIA AVctfclablcPrcparalionrorAs-slmilallnglhcroodnnilHcgtila THAT THE IFAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE sec-lio- I . s I ss, ' -- 4'nnlliiK I lie Tirol Nlnne. The following pretty little serracn is from the pen of Ruth Ashmorc in the February number ol the Ladies' Home Journal: "You remember the story? To you 1 seems very dreadful that there was anyone willing, ciuelly willing, to cast n stone nt a miserably sinner. But you think of the story as one ears old, nnd that Is many hundred you feel certain thnt it you hail been in that group yon would not have raised jour voice in judgment of one And who bad been so very weak. yet every day some sinner stands before you and do you not olten throw the first stont? That the stone does not take a material form makes the hurt that much less. The chilling expression, the word, the positive judgment, or the expressive silence, each causes n hurt; and etouate certain that you would be the very very Inst one to imitate these whom , Crist censured. How can nny of us afford to throw a stone? How many of us lead lives that permit us to judge our neighbors? How often nre we without sin? And how very seldom can any ol us, e with honesty, throw even n one whose sin is known to at y all the wotld? sin is veneered. Many are covered by a varnish that makes them seem less black in the sight ol Ike world, but God Himself looks at every sin as it is and not as the world chooses to regard it. What is our own Hie? Is it free from all smalt as well ns from all grent sins? Are you absolutely pure? And is all yourlife so permented with goodness and sweetness that yon stand out ns a perfectly gool woman with all your neighbors ns n contrast? I do not believe that I doubt this. there is one among us thnt nflord to thtow the first stone nt any poor sinner. Suppose you nnd I think over tbe phrase of tile, conclude how, under cettnin '.circumstances, we would have done, or how we would have acted, and then we can decide whether we have a right to judgeour neighbor. My friend, you cannot ailotd to throw even the smalles pebble, because always there is stnrlng j ou in the face that question: "What is your own record?" Not one of us is without sin, consequently not of us can throw n stone; and if the day eer comes when there is again one who is absolutely pirlect, be very sure that that one, because of her sinlesc-nes- s, will never raise her hand or her voice against another woman. tiny-pebblTo-da- Insurance Buroau W. Coniingoro. lliigtIicSloiiuTiJanndUowcLsof Commissiouer-D. op It Collier. Adji.lnnt General-- 1) 8lnto Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. IUILK0AD COJJMISeinNBKS. Jno C. Wood, chnlrmnn; J. P. Dcmpsey, IT. 8. Irwin. Secretnry Snmurl P. Brown. C0XGHF3HONAL. Not Naii c o tio. xuvfoijn-swvztjmx- s XTomote9Digesllon.Clrfiil-ncsand Itost.Conuilns ncIUicr Oprum.MorpWnC nor Mineral. T ,S &&. IS ON THE OF EVERY WRAPPER n, Senators Hon. William 0. say, Hon. J. J. S. Blackburn. 'Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATE Lind- ttxjmnm fiAtlUSJttIlirmJ.iJ.- LEOISLATUItn. BOTTXiE OF of Sleei'. Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. 0. M. Barnett. Senator Apcrfcct Remedy forConstlnj-tioSour Stomach.Diarrhoca, WormSrConvulsions Fcvcnsti-ucs- s OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens-boro. andLosa Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo TacSimil Signature of Ciitarls Is vst to la ecMln Ixttki ralr. It Is Mt sold la silt. Imn't silo anion to mII tits 01 prtmlw tint It roa ujtUsg slit Is as good" aid "will snivtr cwr purBf Uit you (tt port." Hon J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Owonfboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Rlngo, Master Commissioner new vomc. sxact copy or wrapper StWBTT. .. "jut n fls Hnrttonl. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Koown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Kcown Hartford Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues thrco weeks, nud third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTV COURT. 'swUGsXj5r7&Sfr - " 11 tails" XIV s1Ts'sZrm tsra Tiipjir. .tiir KING'S CDIIHL gtlX BOOK-KKHPIN- COLLEGE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE John P .Morton, Judge Hartford. S. E, Cor. 5th and Market Sis, Louisville, Ky. V. M. Ilockcr, Ulcrk mrthird. 3ZJ3JLtY&,-XXCtJESt- 030L . K. P. Neal, Court convenes first Monday In Adonis the best facilities for thorough practical trainlug in SHORTeach month. Success assured in HAND. TYPIJ WRITING and COURT. QUAnTEULY Terms moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Begins nn tho third Monday in THRBIt MONTHS. Business men furuinhed Stenographers PRE It OI' when competent January, April, July nnd October. AUonie-r-Hsrlfurd- COURT OF CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October- OTHER COUNTY CIIARGR OFFICERS. G. 8. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. ('. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. ShuIU, School Supt. Hartford. P L. W. Hunt, Coronor Sulphur Springs. Poorhoute C R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. 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A scholarship lu Kenyon College. Apply nt this office and we will swe you big money. or Hitte IT gives entertainment to voting ami old. IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everybody. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN nod NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIIliJNE, both papers l.SS ONE Addreea nil orders to the izn. YEAR .AdvaiiCQ UAUTPOIUJ REPUBLICAN, TELEOEAPHY, PENMANSHIP, (Jhinas, Statu op Ohio City op J terest, Lucas Couvrv, Tolrdo, 1 J ss Piss in pairs not ukin. "Xo legitimate business can stand this sort of 'accommodation,' certainly not agriculture. The evil exists whether prices ore high or low, currency plenty or scarce. The deeper ono delves into this matter tho plainer It appears that, whatover Is done about monetary standards, bettor banking accommodationsthat Is, better facilities for the use of credit Instruments, such as oheclts, drafts, etc are vital to tho farmer's welfare. Nor can he, need he or will he pay more for these facilities than do those In other business." A Good ISxaiuiilo. In deciding to make the money Issue paramount sets a good example to tho Cheney makes 01th that he is thesnlnr partner of the (inn ol F I Cheney St. Co , doing business in the City ol Toledo, Countv and State aft r sitd, nnd that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor inch and everv cale ol Cntnrih thnt cannot be cured by the use ol Hall's Catarrh Cure PRANK I CflRNliY. Sworn to before me pnd subscribed day ol De iii my picsence. this cember, A. D 1886 A. V GLRASON Prank see my Stuck, or write Prices reasonable. 11 Cm .1. G. WELLS, Heaver Dam, Ky, Come and your wants. Who desires to hotter bis or her condition in life, should write for the Catalogue of tho & STRATTON BRYANT 400 TIIIItD 8TBEET. LOUISVILLE. No. Do you want nny The action of the slher republicans M gold democrats. The Baltimore News (dem.) says: "Thoy must keep them-fiehin readiness toiupport,notmere-l- y by assenting vote, but by active work and friendly counsel, any effort which may bo honestly put forw ard by the Incoming administration to place tho finances of tho country upon a sound basis. They would stultify their course in the contest of last year if they allowed party considerations to have to much as a feather's weight In comparison with their duty upon this Issue of transcendent moment," SCAIOTYM MONEY. and llo- - Many Parts of tho South Woat Havo No Money. Dullness Conducted by Hurler A nmrkable Siirecli ly W. K. Dutloe Wlial Cliuned llrj-n'a IIIk Vote, - Mr. W. K. Dodge, ono of New York's and philauthroplo HMMt cntwprlalng .business men, was a delegate from tbe New York chamber of ooinuxrce to tho busluees men's sound money contention whlah mat reeuutly ut Indianapolis. Ha was a member of the executive committee of the Indianapolis eomnntion. A sliort time after lie was chairman of the arbitration ooinuilttce at Washington, In both oapaeltlM he had for meeting opportunlUw rcproentutltsa from different states. The following Is a part of his somewhat remarkable speeoh before thy tlinmlxr of ooiiuuerce when submit-tilt- s' bis lepart of the Indianapolis monetary convention; "I us kurprUid, sir, lo llud the muJe constantly by men from litst-rUo- Your IiilvlllKrme Your intelligence is quebtioned by the druggist who tries to influence you to let him bottle anything for ou when ou ask lor Dr Bell's No druggUt cin put this up for you he cannot put up anything like i- t- it is not to be had in bulk- -it SKA!. and $1 is to be had only in 25c., ' Notary Public r Hall's Cntarrh Cure is tnken inter bottles. There is nothing ' just as rally, and acts directlj on the blood ood" as I)r Bell's Pins-TIlouey. nnd mucous Mlifices of the syftem. Avoid those substitute with similar Send lor testimonials, free. When you buy Dr. f ou..ding names J. P. Ciiknkv & Co , Toledo O. Bell s see thnt the Sold by druggists, 75c Hall's family Pills nte the best bottle has never been opened nnd that it benrs the picture nnd testimony of I'.lrclrli- - Hitter. "Giod Old Granny Metcnlf," nnd the Klecttic Hitter is a medicine tuited nnme f the 15. I. Sutherhnd Medl for any sess 'it, but peihapsmore gen- cine cuipaiiy, Fountain Park, Padu-cal- l. erally needed, when the languid exKy. hausted leeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and stupgish and the need ofn tonic and alterative is felt. Thriec-a-woe- k A prompt use ot this medicine his often averted loag and pethaps fttal bilious fevers No medicine will act iV. more surely in counteracting and freeing tbe systtm from the malarial poison. Headache, Iudig'Stion, Contor Nitle A desirable farm of one hundred stipation, Dizziness j ield to Itltctric Bitturs 50c and $1.00 per bottle at acres, nltuited near Hartford, well watered, n good oiched, two hundred Williams & Bell's DiU Store. bearing trees, good buildings, and in good community. For lurther parThe editor of n paper it) n neighticulars call at this office nt onco. tf Rented in his office, boring town wm studying the problem of ho.v t piy his printers whon his i ireuiin came i nnd lo'd of t'icil.'nth of an old subscriber Tilt editor turned t hit TTTnrl vr subscription book, and ifier acer tuning that lludwenswl wa 4 ie rs In the nrrears, he said 1 hU lorem in : "WVII, I wish theold rseal hud c me In and paid his ulMctiptioii helore lie n p l went down." Th'n and a piece ol pMr he wmte Hit l I KLY'S CIIKAH IUT.U Is lKiitlrecure. low nn obituary uolice a d lu.id d it Applj Into ths nostrils. limjalikij-jbwrbKlto or j mull unpin 10c tr mill, cnU si "Gone to Howl)."- - Hx JtLY 111101 ItKllS, M Warren 8t, Mw York til 6-- fe2 ola ETC. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to into v Ilea Room a, Tribune Iluildlng, New York City, and sample copy olTIIB NEW YORK WHEKLY TRIHUNK will be mailed to you. Hartiord, !E3Ly- Th DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER, Which beves you J Birr Profits. Th Commission Nojs. Tht Wholstalir, E.R0SENDURGER&CQ.2Q2-2QiE.i02nJs- t, Jotbtr and Stor Ktiptr. NEW YORK CITY. A KY. fi s. PRINTING? I nro ready tore- - If ceivo your orders for at y thing in that lino. Wc print Mm OXW fcMf miIi.U kM Su xm Trlununj i.i Tia boa Mly MX Wl In lui1 th. T.r bt. S.m. hli t9t itt i lu is yiara. Site Tkum.dimJ.forYciith,i. Sm fnuin Eti jw. wlihout Sillor Collar to is. 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Do You Get a CORRECT FIT? YOU RECEIVE THC 1 ra 1 3 m jK$ ..." xo;-So I I w ORDERING YOUn SUITS AND OVERCOATS OF bENEf.ts 20 YEARS SUCCESS im uinu r.nsnp taii nniMA .... BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. 10 We guarantee to tit and please ycu, and save you . Drat-ab- !;in;IIiin;in;i;i;i:i;i.i:i:i;ia:i;i.i.i;i;i;i;i;i;i;i.i;i.i;i;i;i;i;i.i;i;i;.i wTrnTfv.M'wra'UAffiwvKC g sljP. aims, uuu new none. SAMPLES TO SELLECT FROM a.i mmv, r J"L5 Hartford Republican. I'RIDAY, Al'RII, 9, 1897. CIIEDIT BANKS. Can Mads to Qrontly Bonoflt Agricultural Communities. Do (lloir l'armrrAr"'.MIIUrI,byOro.. romU Storrn Ounlil llurratr nt Lorr tlntra off Interest Tlio American Agriculturist, ono of Jthe leading farm Journals of this eoi.iv .try, liiw been running a series of excellent nllUirluls on tho subject of credit (banks for the benefit of furuinrs. One of ktbo flrst, In the Issuo of iNoifinuar 21, 'The Anirrlcmi Itxplnln fe I i W; 1I8OO, (IIbciiummI the agricultural credit Ibankn of Hnlnm). It attrootocl considerable attention, and MieGruuiru und tiro (Farmers' nlllnnce In secrid seriously considering a trial of the outlined. there A recent editorial allowed sonic of tlio benefits of the Scotch credit hanks which loan small amounts to borrowers without coltutcral, but nhooin give at least two (food sureties, lly IJiIm menus a capable nml trustworthy young man icon obtain a few hundred dollum, nt imoderote rate of Interest, with which Ito stock a farm which he hun Just bought. He does not lime to pay Intor-leon a dollar more thrin he actually puses and at any time can rut urn nuy mart of what Is liorrowed and stop interest on tho part returned. Dunning Mscleod, n jjreat authority upon banking, says Hint this system, Introduced years ago, gave Scottish agriculture n prodigious stimulus, while lo it ulno he attributes the marTelous developnirnt of manufactures nnd other Industries In Scotland In the face of nderso natural conditions. MacJcod declares that U10 use of this form of credit has been more helpful to Scotland than the richest gold or silver mines would Jino been. The Agriculturist then described tho .special benefits of the brunch brink of Scotland nnd Canada. Teu Scolch banks hare 1.000 brandies. Koch little town where there Is nn agent of one of theso ten banks has practically the same banking privileges as though the headquarters of the bank were In tJie town, rwhereas the American town's facilities lore confined to the little bouk located dn Its midst, or. more likely. In a larger town, village or city ten or twenty miles jnwny, for It Is often 80 nnd sonietlmra UOO miles from points In the south and rwe&t to the nearest bank. We quote tlio following from one of (the more recent editorials In theAgri-Icnlturls- t: sttn ays-Ite- m 11 st (Li. ft lTh nfFrteiiltiirn.1 credit bank de scribed In our previous article, or our lown very successful cooperative bulld-jln- g nnd loan nsoclaHoiis, might also .establish branches or ngencles. Thus 'one society could have n representative county Jn every town or hamlet In or group of counties, bringing Its home to depositors and bor- -. jiwers everywhere. In this way, even in a sparsely settled farming country, n cooperative bunking society could got enough business to be soundly successful. "Tho agricultural credit banks described In the editorial referred to tho honest poor to cooperate In lother matters. Tho testimony of hundreds of similar Institutions In Europe ishows beyond all question Hint thesa credit societies have 'encouraged cooperation in all Its forms, stimulated p and Improved tho thrift and rtvhole moral and material condition of their members.' Tho need Is certnln-3- y p urgent for similar effort at in very many fanning communities In this country as well as among workers in other occupations. In those times, when the margin of profit Is bo eloso la Iformlng, as In. other business, It Is all the mora necessary for formers to be able to conduct their affairs with tho nitmost economy, for which purpose capital at reasonable rates of interest is an imperative necessity. "Whatever opinions are entertained concerning the standard of values, thero should be unanimity In an effort to perfect a sound plan? of cooperative banking that will enablo formers to help (themselves. IIow great tils need Is can Talcing U10 hardly bo exaggerated. United States as a. whole, wo doubt It of our farmers use banks or are within convenient reach of banking accommodation. Without it they can-jiemploy credit in tie true sense. of tie volume of business transacted by other people is done with credit Instruments. Dirt tie aver-ag- o farmer Is able to use only the credit offered by the crossroads store, which 'mllka' him to the tune of 18 to 40 per cent, by taking his stuff In trado at for below market price, charging big profits on what tho farmer buys, and on top of this exacting exorbitant In11 le self-helself-helone-tent- h ot Two Horrible Trust"!!. the far wemern states niHl the rtdutfl nnd Muthwttrn state that It wm not When n boy in Cincinnati, O , durMr. Ilrymi oml It was not silver that ing tile summer or 1848, tunny ol the they were In faror of, but they needed then cltlz najl tint city spoke with Like biliousness, djipepsla, headache. eoosU- twine change to bring relief from tho paiion, sour terrible condition of poverty andsearo-it- y honor ol one of the most terrible cured by swrnncn, inuigcsuon uro prompuy Hood'i rills. Iber do their work of money uuder which thoy labored. tntR tH perpetrated in Hint city "They felt that thclrcondltlon was so thit piilmpi lind ever disgraced nuy extreme and so painful that any ohango Ir.- -I eoiintrr.liut alter the relnpc would bo of value, nnd whenleameto c vi ol s ni.iity years I cannot recollect In n kindlook into the matter and talk ly and friendly ny with them they all r.t lies and ditts and but a few of Hk JJ I Confirmed tlio same feellug, wiieh I Hie in.ilrt circumstances ot the bloody easily and thoroughly. Best utter dinner pill. ? had found at a long conversation In the crime I I kV What I do recollect is this: IS cents. Alt druggist. treasury department, In Washington, Prepared by a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mssi. the circulation of the country is Som Urn- - during the thirties there The only rill to take with Hood's Sarsap.irtll.i. that quite out of Joint, nnd the lungs and lived ii the city of Cincinnati n brute heart are congested nnd that the ex of a man who in a beastly state of int'nmliiK the I'JrM Nlone. tremltles of the country arc absolutely toxication nnd fiendish rnge, with an The following pretty little serracn without any blood. horribly murdered nnd chopped to is from "I found that tiere were great sec- ax, the pen of Ruth Ashmore in tions of the nouthern and western pieces his entire laruily, consisting ol the Febtuary number ol the Ladies' country where there was absolutely no an invalid wile and several small Home Journal: money at all, where the most primitive children. "You remember the story? To you forms of barter obtained, where everyThis crime was considered nt that 1 seems very dreadful that there was Ono thing was most disorganized. figures gentleman told me that In his county, time so revolting that wx anyone willing, ciuelly willing, to which was quite a rich agricultural were made of the scene (which repre- cast a stone at a miserably sinner. country, by some happy accident a $80 sented Ibe wietcli crushing the kkull But you think ol the story ns one bank bill hod come down Into the county, nnd that ho hod taken n horse and ot his helpless wile with the axe, that is tunny hundred years old, and buggy nnd spent four days In visiting while she was pleading for mercy on you leel ccttnin that it you bad been all the towns in the county striving to her knees otitis feet,wliith Ler frightget it changed into smaller bills, but ened children screaming around her. in that group you would not have raised your voice iu judgment of one had been unable to do no, nnd fjnally was I was told that these figutes could who bad been so very weak. obliged to send it to Richmond. There And were senators who told mo that their be then seen at the city museum on yet every day some sinntr stands be constituents never saw a dollar of mon- the southwest corner ol Fourth and fore you nnd do you not olten threw ey from the bcglnnlngof theyenrtothe Main streets. Dcing nt that time a the first stone? That the stone does end, with the result that they had constantly to go Into debt to tie local small boy I did not visit the museum not take a material form makes the storekeepers. The local storekeepers but heard many that did tell ray par- hurt that muck less. The chilling received their pay In kind. In fact, ents that It chilled their blood with expression, the word, the positive everything was drifting back to the horror to look on this bloody scene, judgment, or the expressive silence, old times before money was Invented. And tils was not in one section of tho though it was committed years ago each csuses a hurt; and yetjouaie and in talking about this tragedy certain that you would be the very country only, but In large sections. "We can quite cosily understand that they had little to say about it nnd very last one to imitate these horn where thero is not sufllclent money to waivtdtheconversation I wasshown-e- d Crist censured. establish a national bonk under the fien I expiated the spot where the How can any ol us afford to throw very onerous laws at present In force It was a stone? How many of us lead lives there is nothing else to take the place. this crime, on the patio The samedlfflculty has come up In other near same trees in the upper environ that permit us to judge our neighparts of the world. In Austria and Hun- ofiliecity and about half way bebors? How often arc we without sin? gary, in southern Germany and in and the then town of And how very seldom can any ol us, southern France these difficulties were tween the city understood and appreciated years ago, Fulton now all the city of Cincinna- with honesty, throw even n tiny and agricultural banks have been ti. The place ol execution was near pebble at one whose sin is known to founded there, and they have doubled the Ohio river. I passed it olten dury alt the wotld? sin is veneerthe value of real estate, and they have (all 1848. ed. Many are covered by a varnish made the peasantry and the farmers ing the summer and From what I can learn ol the diarich and prosperous. that makes them seem less black in "The same thing has taken place In grams published in the papers. Foit the sight ol the world, but God Him Scotland, as many of our friends know. Thomas, where poor Pearl Bryan was self looks at every sin as it is and Every town In Scotland with over 1,000 so cruelly murdered, is in plain view not as the world chooses to regard it. people hosabranohbankof someoneof of the site where the Cincinnati de- What is your own Hie? the great banks of Edinburgh or GlasIs it free gow. A man of good character who mon was launched into eternity. from all small as well as from all wants to fit out a fishing smack or buy From what I know and can learn anything for his farm la able to go the two tragedies were committed, great sins? Are you absolutely pure? And is all your life so permeated with there, and If his credit Is good he Is able to borrow money ns cheaply as any' but for the no lofty buildings of goodness and sweetness that yon merchant could. It has a double effect-I- t Cincinnati and Newport Barracks, in stand out as a perfectly goo I woman is not only giving to those neighborsight ol each other and in two states, with all your neighbors as n contrast? hoods the money that they actually, were incarcerat- I doubt this. I do not believe that need, but it Is educating the people in, the two perpetrators thrift and promptness. I have talked, ed in sight ot each others prisons, there is one among us that afford to with a great many of my banking, tried in sight of each otheis place of thtow the first stone at any poor sinfriends, who say that tho whole thing, tribunal and paid the penalty ol their ner. Suppose you and I think over depends upon the ohnracter of the peo- only the phrase of life, conclude how, unpie; taiatthe people aro speculative and bloody crimes on scaffolds with a river betwten them. der certain '.circumstances, we would that nothing can bo dono for them. "My impression is that if somo! For btutality in all its bloody sav have done, or how we would have bo suggested itl ageness, perhaps the States of Ohio thoughtful plan could acted, and then we can decide whethwould be quite possible to educate all trageer we have a right to judgeour neighagricultural people of the country and Kentucky never had two tho to understand that a man who Is thrifty' dies on their soil that rivaled the bor. and honest and sober and prompt can Cincianati and Fort Thomas murder, My friend, you cannot afford to always in some way get some money. and strange to'say.nll of the sceres in throw even the stnalles pebble, beIt Is a very hard thing we do not under- these terrible dramas, were peipctrat-e- d cause always there is staring you in stand it nt all here because we have se nnd endel so rteareprh other. the face that question: "What is your much money moving among us but if every time we went to a store we were Siuce the execution ol Scott Jackown record?" Not one of us is withunable tobuy anything except on credit. son and Alonzo Walling at Newport, out sin, conseq-ntl- y not of us can If we had no money to pay down to ennoted criminal throw a stone; and if the day ever able us to reap the advantages of cash March 20th, many payments, we should begin to be fret- cases of bj gone days ns the Webster, comes when there is again one who ful. I do hope, sir, that the thoughtful Parkuian murder c ise. etc , have been is absolutely perfect, be very sure and good men of the north and east will rehearsed by the papers, all of which that that one, because of her sinlese-nes- s, be willing to take up this subject. for will never raise her hand or htr "It was brought out at the Indianap-pll- s contained more or less ryinpitbyCinv voice against another woman. convention that after the first sad, the cor.demcel men, but in the serious mistake made necessary by tho cinnati murder case ol the thirties and exigencies of the civil war we had gone the Fort Thomas murder case of JanThe longer you neglect" a cold the on with makeshifts ever since. One bit have paid the h irder it is to get rid ol it. The very of legislation necessary to bridge us uary 31 1S96, n men over n particular crisis has been met penalty ol death more .satisfactory to first simptoms should be met with a with another. With every issue of bonds the will ot the Arueiican people than dose of Dr. Be'l's Pine Tar Honey. and of greenbacks, and with every other the ptrpetrators ol these fiendish This famous remedy will cure it form of currency, legislative enactEdwin Foriies. whether ol short or long duration. ments have been made, and they con- crimes. Liver Ills General Directory. Oovornor William 0. Brndloy. Liout. Oovornor W. J. Worth-ingtoHccrotnryof Statu Clinrlos Finloy. Attorney Qonoral W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuel II. Slone. Trcasuror Geo. W. Long, Commissioner oi Agriculture, llor ami ticulturo Statistics Lucas Mooro. nMBp 11 gf3gtKBBfKiKKttBKKMN)SSIBEKKftiKE3IUtEKBKSKKBIiQ&i mmm'W itititumm statu ofi'tciAts. IfydHwttMH'ittii'HHuninwi i"" tTTOwjji Hood's IlIC Superintendent Public M, Davi'nn. Register Land Oflleo Reynold. Instruction-Qe- o mrAr., IKE l. 1 AYctfclaUcPrcparatlonibrAs-slmttalli- THAT THE FAC-S1MI- LE "? rf! :ir,TarTri.1l,i?iS,l ,. .. .. n SIGNATURE Clias. O. D. lusurnuco Bureau thcFoodnrulIlceiila ling the Stomachs and Bowls of Corumisalotier-- W. Coruingoro. Adji.tnntQenoral-- 1). It Collier. Slnto Librarian Mrs. Mary llrnwn mmmmm Not NAitc otic. JSmkMtUtl' Day. ItAILItOAD COMMISSIONERS. nnd Rcst.eontolns ncilhcr Oprurn.MorpWnC nor Mineral. Promotes Digeslion,Clicctfiil-ncs- s L4T "S op r chairman; J. F. Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Sccrotnry Samuel F. Brown. Jno C. Wood, CONOItESHOVAU Bay, IS ON THE jaurajurxmmniEVi jfmHi; IS WRAPPER OF Hon. William 0. Lind (J. S. Blnckburn. 'Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. Senators Hnn, J. EVIEY JliiiMSU J.U- - STATB l.EOISLATUUn. ffT swrwi n. BOTTTJ2 OF1 Hon. A, D. James. Senator Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Harnett. Apcrfcel Remedy forConatlpa-tioSour Stomach.Dtarrndca, Worms jConvtilsions.rcvcnsn-tica- s t 1ic Simile Signature of OHIO COUNTY. CIHCWT COUNT. andLosa or SlEEP. Hon. W. T. Owpn, Judge Owens boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Oivciisboro. T. n. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. O. K. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner ii' new vomc. EPffwcHgj txAer copr or wrapper. tattle only. It Cutorls Is pit tp la eat-ilIl sot sold la btli. Ioa't tlio snyou to nil It toi northing sin on tio pits or promlw h "Jmt si good" nd "will sbiwm ewj pr- last job gt IP0' tlt Hartford. O. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Koown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. Deputies Samuel Kcown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsvillej Thos. R. Bishop, Centertown; 8. T. 8tcvcns, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and two weeks. November ui. - ' SesZ - rne ton J.VE. ""f To-da- (IICS Collin BOOK-KIiHPlN- COLLEGE Juhn P. Morton, Judge Hartford. S. E. Cor. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Htrthird. K. P. Neal, Attoniey-Hsrlfiir- d. Court convenes each month. first Monday in QUAttTEnLY county court. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE S3ja.t3r3a.oe o:o. gt;3a. J3t- 5th and Market Sis, Louisville, Ky. Begins on tho third Monday in January, April, July and October. COURT OV CLAIMS. court. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY Affords the best facilities for thorough practical trainlug in SHORTSuccess assured In HAND. TYPli WRITING and I'upils assisted to POSITIONS Terms moderate. TIIREIt MONTHS. flusiness men furnished Stenographers l'RIilt OI' when competent CHARGB !-- . 35LI3Xrca-- . JPrln. OFFICERS. ' G. 8. Fiuhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. ('. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Sbultr, School Supt. Hartford. L. W. Hunt, Coronor Sulphur Springs. Poorhonse C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. !i -- 1. fc 1 fiift! f EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY lift FOR A L' ' -- A. S. Aui.l March 3, Juno 1, September I, December 1. JontB. Wilson March 0, June 5, September 4. December 4. March 12, C. L. Woodward June II, September 10, December 10 Jab. A. Bowtio March 20. June 19. September 18, December 18. B. F. Graves March 25, Juno 20, September 23, December, 24. member ol family 011 larm, in village, in State and Tcrrltiry.. FOR Kduonti.m, FOR Nid1 Manhood, FOR Trim Womnnliood. IT givos all important news it the Nation. a important news of tho World. lTgivoa tho most reliable market reports. IT gives brilliant and instructive editorial?. IT gives fascinating short stories IT gives an unexcelled agricultural department. IT gives 1 Whether it's a stubborn cold or just a sniffle, you can cure it for good with Dr. i3tll'sPine Tar Honey. This famous remedy taken in time will stop the progros of consumption and bring the color ol health to the pallid cheek. A scholarship iu the Lexington Business College. A scholarship in Bryant and Strattou DusInessCollegc. A 'cholraship in King's Commercial College. A scholarship in Kenyon College. Apply nt this office and wewill sive you big money. . ( . , 4 " tradict and overlap each other, and the business of the treasury Is exceedingly hard and difficult. "I came away from Indianapolis with tils ycry Arm Impression, aid I have only ventured to submit It because I feel it bo deeply that unless those of us In the more favored parts of the country understand the condition of our brothers and our fellow citizens in the other parts of tho country, unless wo wisely instruct and educate them and bring about some wise methods for their relief, when the year 1000 comes we shall be swamped with an Infinitely more powerful vote ngalnst us thandur-in- g tills Inst election." For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Subscribe for The Republican and get lor Knit) , pives fcientifil and meohariioaliiilounaliiiii. IT gives illustrated lashion articles. IT gives humorous illustrations. IT gives cnlortuininont to young and obi. IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everybody. We luriiish THE REPUBLICAN nod NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIUUNE, both papers It ... .,, ONE YEAR 3E3:o,:rt ti .Haiti fie- - ynV 7 s1T . ,,a ail the news. . Address all orders to tlio Remember Bullington, the barber is the place to get your hair triinuud up in nice style. HALtTFORD REPUBLICAN, . Fair Vinw Herd Statu terest. J :. "2io legitimate business can stand this sort of 'accommodation,' certainly not agriculture. The evil exists whether prices aro high or low, currency plenty or scarce. The deeper one delves into tils matter tie plainer it appears that, whatever Is done about monetary standards, better banking accommodations that Is, better facilities for tho use of credit Instruments, suoh as ohecks, drafts, etc are vital to tho farmer's welfare. Nor can he, need he or will he pay more for theso facilities than do tho&e In other business." A Gooit Exnnuile. The nctlon of tho silver republicans in deciding to make the money issue paramount sets a good example to the gold democrats. The Baltimore News (dem.) says: "They must keep readiness to tupport,notraere-l- y by assenting voto, but by active work and friendly counsel, any ollort which may bo honestly put forward by the administration to place tho finances of tho country upon a sound basis. They would stultify their cour60 in the contest of last year If they allowed party considerations to have so much as n feather's weight in comparison with their duty upon tils Issue of transesndent moment." them-sehes- H ln t.- - SCAlimTOJV MONEY. and A llo- - Many Parts of tho South Woat Havo No Monoy. Ilaalness Conducted br niarUafale Speech liy W, 19, Doilse What Caused llrr- an's lllir Vote, Ilrter Mr. W. K. Dodge, ono of New York's most enterprising and philanthropic business men, wuu a dvlegute from the New York chamber of eonuimree to tho business men's sound money convention whluluuet reoeutlyutlndlunapolU. He was a member of the exeouthe committee of the Indiunupolls contention. A short time after ho was chairman of the arbitration committee at Wash- Ington, In both osimcltlM he iitui excellent opportunities for meeting from different states. riprtwwtutlM The following Is a part of his some wlint remarkable sjiMtih before the uttaiuber of commerce when submitting his teport of the ludlananolU monetary convention: "I una MirprlfceU, sir. to find the j uksertlou mude constantly by men from ' Come and Pigs in pairs not nkin. Lucas County, sou my Stock, or write your wants. Frank J Cheney makes oath that Prices reasonable. he is the senior partner of the film of .1. G. WELLS, 11 Orn F I Cheney & Co , doing business Heaver Dam, Ky, in the City of Toledo, Countv and State aft r sdd, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONI? HUNDRED Your IiilelltKetiee DOLLARS lor tach and every ca'e ol Your intelligence is questioned by Cntanh that cannot be cured by the the druggist who tries to influence use ol Halt's Catarrh Cure FRANK I CHKNUY. you to let him bottle anything forou Sworn to before me nd subscribed when ou ask lor Dr Bell's iu my ptesenre. this 6'.h day ol De No druggist aw put this up cember, A. D 1886 lor you he cannot put up anything a. V GLRASON like i- t- it is not to be had in bulk- -it SKAt. is to be had only in 25c, 50. and $1 Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter bottles. There is nothing just as nally, and acts directly on the blood jjood" as Dr Hell's Pins-THoney. nnd mucous nnfices of the Bycteiu. Avoid those substitute! with similar Send lor testimonials, free. When you buy Dr, J. F. ClIHNRY & Co , Toledo 0. Founding names see that the Bell 8 Sold by druggists, 75c Hall's family Pills are the best bottle has never been opened and that it bears the picture nnd testimony of Dlerlrle lllllem. "Giod Old Granny Metcalf," and the Hltctiic Uittersjsn medicine tuited name f the P.. R. Sutherland Medifor any sess ti, but pethapsmore gen cine ciupfliiy, Fountain Park, Padu-cal- l. erally needed, when the languid exKy. hausted feellug prevails, when the and the liver is torpid and need of a tonic and alterative is felt. Tliricc-a-woe- k A promit use ol this medicine Ins often averted ioag and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine wilt act more surely in counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Confor Hitle A desirable farm of one hundred stipation, Dizziness yield to Klcctric bottle at acres, situated near Hartford, well Bitters 50c. and $1.00 watered, n good oiclied, two hundred Williams & Bell's Dm Store. bearing trees, good buildings, and in For lutther par good community. The editor of a paper iu n nelgh ticulars cull lit this office nt once, tf office, boring town win seated in his studying the problem of hov to y bib prlnteia whan hi f reunu came of an eld H and to'd ot the tl subscriber. 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