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I There is no word no full BHKrVSI 0 II&.DBB of meaning and about whfclt such tender and holy recollections clutter as that of '' MOthbr "she who wntchad over our lialpleM.lnfn.icy andgulil-c- d our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all of- tort snouiu be made to avoid it. so assists nature in the change taking place that the Expectant Mother is ena bled to look imthfr. . Tee jMteobd! republican. 0fcs OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARTT IN THE FOURTH "Nothing else like if." The most refrcshln? and pleasant ooap lor the skin. C.N&mSIQM DISTRICT. Mother's VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL be one thousand five hundred dollars. DEMOCRATIC Sec. 11. That the annnal salary of the Superintendent of Public InstrucAs Adopted tion shall be two thousand five hundred dollnis. vention Sec. 12. 1, 1897. NO. 38. EUTANEOUS Friend for-wa- rd dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings,'' to the hour when she experiences the ioy of Molherhood. Its use insures safety to the livos of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but without LOYAL Are the Republicans of the State of Kentucky. They Have Kept Their Word. By RESOLUTIONS ty affairs the Republican not come up to the ityot has an JSOAP. able to create something out of nothing. But white such theories flourish, for n time, they fail and then fide nway. Our country is a Democratic coun try; our government has its powers clearly defined in the constitution. These restraints canmot be set aside without inviting pollitlcal disaster. What the people want is a reaffi rma-tliof these traditional principles. The country needs n paity strong enough, brave enough nnd intelligent enough to say to all tbe dreamers and spendthrifts, to nil the State socialists and Federalists ot every kind and degree, "Hitherto shalt thou come and no further, and here shall thy proud waves be stayed." Populism has waxed proud and insists on a surender or on a separation from its recent allies. The Democratic party will not surrender to Populism, and it should be glad to seperate Louisville Post. n at Tholr lastWook. Con- MOTHER'S FRIEND r "My wife Buffered moro In ten minutes with either of her other two children than sho did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of Mother's Friend.' It Is a Mr. Greer presented a petition from blessing to any ona expecting to become a MOTI1EK," says a customer, the citizens of Johnson county, asking IIkhderson Dalk, Oarml, Illinois.' that a physician, who has been engaged in the proctlceof his profession Of nniggltti at II on, or Kent tijr mall en nnlnt of price. Write fnrbonk containing teatlmonlali lor ten years prior to 1896, be entiana raluable Information for all Alotberi, f re. tled to practice me iclne without a The BradOilt Btpilaier Co Atlaata, Ia. diploma. The petition was referred think Wanted-- An of tome Idea Who can alrnple to the Committee on Public Health. it fhfn The bill reducing the salaries ct Protect Tour ldai tttrj brlnf jrou weeita,. Writ JOHN WXbDEnubllN CO. Patent Alto WaaMaiun, 11 Cfor tblr l.RU lrlee offer State officers came up as the special Mrt.lUt ct lino bundred lnTtntlon. vested. and order ol the day. The House of Representatives, regardless of politics, is REWARD! determined to reduce the expenses ot Tbe abort reward will be teld for proof of tmt-Un- PaaslngaBill Roduolngthu Salarlosof thoStato Officials. That the annual salary of the Chief Clerk of Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be one thousand three hundred dollars. Sec. 13 That the annual salaty of the first Clerk ot the Superintends ent of Public Instruction shall be one thousand dollars. Sec. 14. That the annual salary or the second Clerk of the Superintendent of Public Inotruction shall be $800. Sec. 15 the Register That the annual salary of of the Land office shall be $1,500, Sec. 16. That the annual salary of the. Adjutant Genoral-ftsbalbe $1,200. Sec. 17. That the annual salary of the Ordance Sergeant shall be $600 and no more from any source. l. SI, 000 too exletenee of a Utter UNIMMT CARailRQ Oil. or a better Worm Itemed than MtRtHART'S WORM TAIIETS. Sold enrjwhera. Merthast'a Gargling Oil Co. the State and after a number of Udrport,N.T.,U&A. Our orrtci la oppoerrt U.S. Orrict ure patent w Icaa Una than laote aud ve cao remnla Inn Walhinrton. $ bend model, drawiac or photo, irlth detain- 1 lion. We advUr. If patrnuble or nut, fret of JUiarfe. Our fte not doe v natrct teeviured. A PaatpMUT. " now to vbtain ratenu, h eel of ease in ibe u. S and foreign conntxict obtained and alt Fat- Cartata, and Trade-Marlcot bualaeat conducted for MoocitaTK rcia. ptit jkb free. AtMreet, I Crr. V.-..- .i ww i PaxiNT Orricc, WaaHixaTOn. , WW. o. C. Gi& AUSTIN 631 HOTEL P. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., Wost Harkot Stroot Bo twnpnCth aud 6th, Louisville, Ky. R. le IlAKIiR. AND Clrkks (TO BAKKR. f(2oflaamfcySSlXjlv liilrUaWii mM eWaBveiral ijUCMiUtUafM HirS2dKtSa?Tre!C23a3j2 SbTimS I ,vX$ Louisville Djntal Co., W1 OWENSBORO, KY. $ 5 to $7 Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Uest set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . f 8 , . $ 1 up Gold fillings Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c rainless extracting with Vitalized amendments had been oflered, passed the bill. The bill as passed reads as follows: An act to reduce and regulate the s.ilm ics of certain officers and appoint- $3,000. ees of this Commonwealth. Sec. 20 That the annual salary of Be it enacted by the General Asthe Inspecton of Mines shall be $1,800 sembly of the Commonwealth of Ken- nnd necessary traveling expenses tucky: when in the actual discharge of his Section 1. That from nnd after duty, which expenses shall be payathe expiration ol the present terms of ble monthly, and shall be itemized the various State offices and appoint- and verified by said Inspector, which ees herein named, such officers and account shall be preserved by the Auappointees shall have and receive for ditor in the office. their annual salaries the amount set Sec. 21. That the annual salaty of out and provided in the following sec- the Assistant Inspector of Mines shall tions of this act, which shall be due bc$f,ooo. and payable to uch officers nnd apSec. 22. That the annual salary of pointees in monthly installments, out the Railroad Commissioners shall be of the Treasury, for which monthly $1,500 and necessary traveling exinstallments the Auditor of Public penses. Accounts shall dm it his warrant on Sec 23. That this act shall in no the Treasurer in favor of such officers wise apply to or efiect any State ofand appointees. ficer now serving by virtue of an elec Sec. 2. That the annual salary of tion herein named. .lie Governor shall be five thous-in- d Sec. 24. That all acts or parts of dollars. The Governor shall acts relating to the salaries of any of In addition, be entitled to the use and the officers or appointees mentioned occupancy ol the Governor's mansion, in any of the foregoing sections of and the lots and grounds thereto at- this act be, and they are hereby, retached now belonging to the State, pealed, so far as the, or any part Itce ot rent, together with all the thereof, conflict with any part of the furniture nnd fixtures now therein, provisions of this act, and no further. luring his term of office; but shall reOuly nine membeis voted against ceive no other Incidentals at the ex the bill. They were Messrs. Foree,. Napier, pense of the State. Glllispie, J. W. Morgan. Stc 3 That the annual salary of Pence, Speight, Andrew Thompson, he Auditor of Public Accounts shall Violett and Carroll, three sound monit thiee thousand dolUrs. which ey Democrats, three Republicans and shall be paid out of lite Treasury upthree free silver Democrats. on the retiuikitiou of the Governor. After the joint session several bills Sec 4. That the nnnutl salary of were advanced to their second reading the Assistant Auditor shall be one and the House then adjourned. thousand eight hundred dollars. There shall also be allowed and paid HOW TO FIND OUT. for clerical assistance for the Auditor fourteen thousand five hundred dolPill a bottle or common water glass lars per annum, which shall be paid with urine andlct it stand twenty-fou- r also In monthly installments. hours; a sendiment oi settling indiSec. 5 That the annual salary of cates a diseased condition ot the kidis the Treasurer shall be three thousand neys. When urine stains linen it positive evidenced kidney tiouble. dollars, and no more from any source, Too frequent desire to urinate or pain except his salary as Sinking Fund in the back, Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out Commlsioner. Sec 6. That the annual salary of of order. -- Sec 18. That tbeannual salary of the Stale Inspector and Examiner shall be $1,200 and necessary traveling expenses when the actual discharge of his official duties, which expenses shall be payable monthly, and shall be Itemized and verified by said Inspector, which accounts shall be preserved by the Auditor in his office. Sec 19. That the annual salary of the Insurance Commissioner shall be the Assistant Treasurer shall be one thousand two hundred dollars. Stc 7. That the annual salary of 4W.M.ft. Air Kxtracting free when Teeth are ordered. ly located Artificial Office permanent- 50c the Attorney General shall be three thousand five hundred dollars, which shall be paid in lieu of all other fees. Sec. 8. That thr annual salary oi the Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics shall be one thous" and dollars. Sec. 9. That the annual salary of the Secretary of State shall be two thousand five hundred dollars.. Sec io. That the annual salary of the Assistant Secretary of State shall Wanted-- An Idea otor i.. PratMt your Idfaij ther mar bring yon Ttlb Writ JOHN WKUDEKlJUUN ft CO . TftUttt Attor-nejWawblnttton, D. thir $ijsm prlao oflr au4 Hit t ivto bendrfci lnveDtloas wanted &gg Wiiieffirfui baa dernonrtrated ten thcmitnd timea that it la almoit infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. Irrtfularltlea and daranfementa. It baa become th leading remedy for Ihla data of trouble. It cxerta a wonderfully healing, .lengthening and toothing Influence upon U curea tho menetrual organa. white." am! falling of the womb. It atopa flooding and rellerca iup- - G fv ni There Is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish iu relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder nnd every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold utine nnd scalding pain In passing It, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that necessity of bfing compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and the is extraordinary efiect of Swamp-Roo- t soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent iree by mall, mention Tim HARTFORD Rbpoducam address and send your full to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Iilnghamtou, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of'this of7 yr- fer. post-office WHAT TO BO. mf iM. rm fp1 JisB lJ3foldter a rMw j tsi 3HirSry3'to-iSS- CHILL TDNI 18 TASTELESS r' ' I I preiaed and painful raenatruetlon. For Cbange if Life It la tbe beat medicine made. It la beneficial during pregnancy, aud belpa to bring children Into homea barren for yeare. It lnylgoratea, ttlmu-late- e, etrengthena iue whole eye-teThle great reined le offered Why will tu all mulcted women any woman eutfer another minute with certain relief within reeibt Wlno of Cardul ouljrcotta 11.00 per bottle at your drug atore. Tw a&vUi, in tat4 rroutrinff tpeeUl dine-- t ion, adJrtu, etvtnj tywt j Iwii. lai "lolli dHjurviiNirimml." Tat CkaiUnooqa it 4 WARRANTED. PRICE BOots. JUST AS OOOD FOR ADULTS. ' r 01tiTH.lUA.NOV UUN3. Parle Medicine Co., B. Loult, Mo. COO boulee ol Uentlemeni We euM laat rear, TASTKUSMS CHILI. TON (0 end have OllOYlTB bouabt Inree groat already Ihie year. In all uar of li yeara. In Ino drug buelneee. bare never told an article that gate lunu onlrenal Voura truly. aa jour Toulo. Auaav.Cauu ACo. For sale by W Mams & QUI Tim Printer, Everybody looks after the printer. If a newspaper man goes into a store, he buys his goods' like others When he wants a new shirt he does not go from stoie to sturr and take bids. It he gets n doctnr oro lawyer he pays the bill He never thinks oi asking the giocer to put In another pound ot When he gets sugar lor a dollar shaved out goes ten cents It he buys a cord ol w.hkI or a buslinl of potatoes a little he knows he ought to more than market pnet?. When n couple gets inarritd or there is a cburcii festival lie cheerfully give a cuuple ol dullats worth of notices frer ; but when there iai filty centj'di ol printing, the printer is asked to bid Aftargulng the rounds ami getting tht: price down below livi ig rates he gets tho job, providing he donates ten per cent. Those are lacts and thete is nothing remarkable about it only that the prln. era are such blooming fopls as to alPress ond Printer. low It iy W'M in. vwfwwui ,nh Cantata, S. W. Rt, I. wife SMITH.Wlae ol CardulC. home mil at uted "Mi lor tailing el tne womb ana n enuitij cured her." I tllrilaell Wngonic. Illrdsell Wagons are thd cheapest because they are the the best for sale by J. H. Putton & Co. Com taken same as cash. The Democratic Convention last week adopted resolutions, which are the most savage and malicious we ha ve ever seen . They have no regard for the truth, nnd they fill their resolutions full ol the worst rot and lies they could make up. Read 'for yours selves: WiiitRBAS The people 6f Ohio county are groaning under the burdens of taxations imposed to support a Government wholly Republican, national, State and county; this Gov ernment in the county Is maintained at the very highest tax ralelhe constitution will permit and meager and inadequate benefits therefrom; the State Government is shamefully Inefficient and incompetent, if nothing worse. Under it our asylums for the care of the helpless unfortunates have become veritable charnelhouses Irom which death h rapidly taking away the vie tinis of ignorance and neglect; our penitentiaries are neglected until they are declared by Republicans to resemble "a widow themselves woman's farm" and they have become nauseating cess pools reeking, in filth TI10 JHeeovrrjr Nnteil HI l.lle. and breeding crimes and criminals, Mr. G. Caillouette, Dtuggist, where dicipline is reduced to a farce 111., says: "To Dr. King's and the most revolting practices are Discovery 1 owe my life. Was only permitted among convicts, New not but shared in by the Republican offi- taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians ior miles about, but of cials In charge of the prisons themno avail and was given up and told I selves. The public schools of the State could uot live. Having Dr. King's have not escaped the touch or moral New Disco 7ery in my store I sent for n distemper which the present seems to have introduc- a bottle and began its use and from dose began to get better, and The examination of papers for the first ed after using three bottles was up and the selection of teachers for the chilagain. It is worth its weight dren of the State have been peddled about in gold We won't keep store or out to those who were able to buy.and the whole school system has been per- hovse without it." Get a free trial at Williams &' Bell's Drug Store. mitted to go backward. The Treasury of the State has been A Nnd Mlalnke. The Society editor, in desciiblng emptied to pay Republican while hundreds of men from the the belle of the Thanksgiving ball, farms who hold claims against tbe concluded, saying; "And her dainty State have been forced to remain uns feet were encased in shoes that reBut he was paid, and repudiation has been prac- sembled fairy boots." the next morning on ticed when these claims have been tendered and refused in payment ot glancing down the column of his paper to see that his blundering printer taxes. The moral toneof the public service had set it up in this manner: "And has been lowered until under the dome her dainty feet were encased in shoes of the State Capitol bribery is at- that resembled ferry boats." , tempted if not in fact consummated Dr. Bell's cures in an effort to secure the election of a coughs and colds. It sooths the air Republican United States Senator. In passages. It heals the bronchial this effort more than $1,000.00 of the tubes It strengthens weak lungs. people's money is being wasted evIt builds up the tissues. It enables ery day by a Republican Legislature the blood to receive its proper supply which seems incompetent to accomof oxygen. For sale by Z Wayne plish this or any other thing. Griffin & Bro. The present Republican Governor made his campaign upon false allegaIloCnine llnrk. tions of dishonesty on the part of Lotus Hoover, the Henderson boy honest Democrats and tbe alleged in- who -- an away from home, has come ability oi the Democratic authorities bacV . He boarded a train on the L. to enforce the law; jej under als ad- and N. and went to Hopkinsville and ministration lawlessness has been returned by the O. V. He says he mote prevalent in Kentucky than ev- has had enough ol wandering and er before; more than $2,000,000 00 of will hereafter takehickory tea instead private property has been rendered of bum grub. Inquirer. a worthless and numbers of murders m Nnnictlimc to Know. commited by mobs, and yet there are It maybe wotthsomethingto know laws before this Governor and his party's officials for the punishment that the very best medicine ior restore ot these mobs, but no one has been ing the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electtic Bitters. brought to justice. Under Republican domination to taxable property of This medicine is purely vegetable, Kentucky has fallen off more than acts hy giving tone to the netve cen$70,000,000 in value aud of the public tres tn the stomache, gently stimupropetity of the State nearly $i,ooo,-00- 0 lates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids has been destroyed entirely. The these organs In throwing off impurilaws of the State have fallen Into dis- ties in the blood. Electric Bitters improves the appetite, aids digestion, respect among the people and lawlessand is pronounced by those ft bo have ness everywhere prevails. tried it as the very best blood purifier In the national Government whose and nerve tonic. Try it. tSold for present head was hailed as 'the ad50c. or $1.00 per bottle at Williams & vanced guard ot prospealty" we see Bell's Drug Store. no promise save the added hardships to the poor and bounties to tbe rich ItolllllNlitllla Ire 1 J. and powerful; taxes are to be increasMonday evening, April 5, Mr Rol-ll- n ed by the additionol mote than Shultz hitched a pair of mules to a per year to the already heavy waon to haul some slat timber and burden the people are bearing, while star i down a hill. Near Joe. R. dlsttess and disaster are spreading Shi house, going a lively gait, over the land, leaving ruin and bankthe vrogou etiuck a large stump and ruptcy to mark: tne course of vicious was upstt, and threw Mr. Shultz legislation. against a gate past, mashing his head' It is now five months since the elec- and breaking his aim in two places tion which placed the Republicans in and bruising him otherwise, from tbe control of the National Government; elTet t of which he died at 8 o'clock every 'day since that election has witMonday evening Mr. Shultz was nessed tbe increasing failure of finan- one of the best men in the county. cial institutions all over tbe country, J. B. W. individual and aggregate Insolvency amounting to alarming sums, the ex rotiullalNOt llrutnrkj'. pansion ot trusts and monopolies j YesUtday the Populists of Kentucky is pledged to met in convention In Louisville, chose which Republicanism promote and the constant decrease it) Mr. Psttit Chairman and named Mr. the ability of the American people to Parker as their candidate for Clerk of succesulully carry on the business of the Court of Appeal . Further, these gentlemen decided the country underexlstlug conditions. Iu view of these- experiments with to maintain a separate organisation Republican domination, it is by the and to adhere to the distinct faith of Demoomts of Ohio connty, resolved: the fwly. '1st. That weapprovethecall of this This, we believe, U fortunate for Tbe convention and call of the precinct the Democrats of Kentucky. which met Saturday Populists ore extreme in their doctrine conventions They would stifle in-last. of paternalism dividuality and make the government en2nd. We approve nnd heartily . dorse the nrrangemen agreed upon in onr more absolute, and the Individ-which has brought to- ual a mere appendage of government. this county ". hey want the government to own gether all thone who oppose Repullc-anlsand who axe honestly seeking all Ighways, urban, suburban and to better the conditions and the Gov- transcontinental. Plngree is the great exponent ol ernment of our people. jrd. We reaffirm our allegiance to thnt Idea in politics, and Piugree was wau beaten Monday in Michigan. the Democratic party and the princiPopulism, has always a certain num. party as enunciated by ples ot that Ut of devotees; men who believe the the Chicago convolon of 1896. is an occult influence, 4U1. Iu the admlutstf.ition of coun ) government Dcav-ersvilStatead-ministratio6ffice-hold-erhorror-stricken $130,-000,0- economical policy 5th. In the iiiliiilnlatrnHoti of the Stute Government nf Kentucky the Republican party has proven an expensive and stupendous failure, inefficient, Incompetent and dishonest, and the oeople of Kentucky demand that they now make good their promises made more than a year ago to discover frauds in the State affairs, suppress lawlessness and reduce the Governmental expenses. 6th. We denounce the effort now making to establish a new judicial district composed of the counties of Ilulwenberg, Ohio and Ilandcock as the useless creation of more offices to be filled by the Republicans for which there is no demand in the administration of the public service, and to create this district would be to, needlessly add to the burdens of taxation to maintain an expensive court mas chinjy for which there is no need. 7th. We denounce the pending tariff Legislation known as the Dingley bill as an inexcueabte robbery ot the common people in the interest ot tbe trusts and wealthy and powerful of the country, and we demand that all taxation, national, state and local, be limited to the demands of the Government when economically administered. iiniaf Ajmitmc ten m roil.HuitKay Bath toucE,25P, It lasts twice as lone as others. A trial will convince you of fit merit. Will pleeaa the moat fattldloua. -- Mir. of CHARLES F.MILLER, FRENCH MILLI1D TOILET SOAPS AND PCKFUMBRY, o Lancaster, Perm. ESTABLISHED, 189. PROFESSIONAL OARD. craaaaes .A.. TTBfflIY (T pw si f HAKTFOItll, ICY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office cost side putlt square. M. Many lives have been saved by the timely use of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. When a cold creeps upon you, or a cough racks your lungs, no remedy is so prompt or effectual. Can be given to children with perfect safety and is sure to produces beneficial results. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. h. IlBAVRIN. SlIBLBV TAYtOR. Attorneys af Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, "Attorney at Law Beaveb Dam, Ky. ' Perry Wcstcrfield, I)rtiiiUrU' Hill. It Is said that a' dying drunkard in Oswego, N. Y., lei t this as his last wilt and testament: "I leave to society a ruined character, a wretched example, and a mems ory that will soon lot. I leave to my parents as much sorrow as tbey can in their ieble state bear. I leave to brothers and sisters as much shame and mortification as I cau bring on them. I leave to my wife a broken heart a life of shame. I leave to each of my children poverty, ignorance, a low character, and a remembrance that their father filled a drunkard's grave. For drunkards tor read when they have time. Christian A Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hahtfoud, Ky. Attorney c. jm:. B.A:E5:isr:Ei"i HARTFORD, KY. at Law, Will practico bis profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to bin mm. r.nl lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. E5. Herald. Attorney at JCentf Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. 3E (Cbnnfy Attorney) laNTEi.A.X,, KY. a dtuggist tells you he has something just as good for coughs, colds, grip, etc., as Dr. he is thinkBell.s ing oi his proitts and not of your welfare. We make the genuine nnd authorize all druggists to guarantee it to be the best on earth. The E. E. Sutherland Medicine Co., Paducah, Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin Whenever & Bro. Remember we do the very best Job printing at the lowest living prices to $s? per week easv. You work right around home. A brand new thing. Write to us quickl You will be surprised nt how Send us your easy it can be done. address anyway. It will be to your interest to Investigate, Write to day. Address, "People's" 3941 Market $25 HARTFORD, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY; also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North Bide ot public square. JNO. B. WDLSON, SPECIAL attention making given to col" abstracts, &c, Attorney at R. E. LEESIMMERMAM, Agents: Hartjokd, Ky. w Will practico his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Blrcet. HlIRTFORD, KY., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special at"Wo Soil Goods Too." 22 pounds standard granulated sugar tention given to all business entrusted lo his care. Office in Repumjoan $1 00, 5, 6 and 7 pounds good green building. coffee $1 00, Arbuckles 15c, good can corn 5c, Clarks O. N. T. 2 spools lor ARMISTEAD JONES, 5C best colored carpet warp 17c, white 15c, good calico at 3)ic, and 4, Fancy at 5c, Best Columbia HARTFORD, KY.. shirting 6c. apron check ginghams Will practice in ail the Courts oi Ohio 5c, domestic 4c, fancy table oil cloth and adjoiniug counties. Special at 17c, zinc trunks $1 50. Furniture tention given to collections. Office and chairs lots of 'em, tables sofas and with County Attorney. fine rockers. No 7 step stoves $4 50, a fine double oven$8 25, best washing machines $2 75, best sewing machines on the market $20, clothing at your own price. We have iamous Oliver Globo-Democr- at Plows and other kinds cheap. Also Semi-weekl- y big lot clover and Grass seeds. Write for samples and prices. Moreiu'ad, Jones & Co. Centretown, Ky, St , Philadelphia. Attorney at Law, J.B. VIOKERS, 3i Attorney at law Republican and the St. Louis for $1.75. The one year ''s Blood Poison. Contagions Blood Polaon has been appropriately called tbe curse of mankind. It Is tbe one disease that physicians cannot cure; their mercurial aud potaih remedies only bottle up the poison In the system, to surely break forth in a more virulent form, resulting in a total wreck of the system, Mr. Prank II. Martin, a prominent jeweler at 936 Fentylvama Ave., Wash- ingion, li. 1.. ,saya; I was for a long time under treat ment of two ol the best physicians of this city, (or a severe case of blood poison, but my condition grew worse all the while, notwithstanding the fact that they S charged me three .. ' li,m,lr.l ilnllnra. I I7M 1H Y My mouth was filled with eating sores; my tongue was almost eaten away, so that lor three months I was unable to taste any solid food. Myhalrwas coming out rapidly, bad audi was in a horrible fix. Ineatly tried disvarious treatments, and was couraged, when a friend recommended S.S.S. After had taken four bottles, I began to get better, and when I bad finished eighteen bottles, I was cured sound and well, my skin was without a blemlab, and I have bad no return of the disease. S.S.S.saved me from a life of misery." S.S.S. guarantttd futxly Vfgtlablc) will cure any case of blood and its treatment, mailed free by Swift I WaKT ererr man and woman In tbe tTnltcA Etatea Interetled in tbe Opium and Wbltar t. batilta to have one ot my booat on tbete Adilreee II. M. Woolkj. Atlanta, tia., Uojc 961, and one will be tout jou free. iMJUUvlllr.lleiiilarKiiii A M l.onla Itnll-wa- y Cu' lu i:ilf rt Juno I. No, 4f. No. 43 dairy daily west oourd I. I.ouUville . . 7 55 a 111 6 30 p m I. Btandttibuig , - 9 a 1 55 1, Irviiigton 8 30 . 9 49 KOTIOK. ' LStephenpott t, Clovetport . . 10 28 8 58 I. Hawesville . L Owensboro . Ar Henderson . Hast bound I, Henncrsou L, Owensboro I. IlaweeviUe . . , 1047 11 12 12 15 5 No 42. ' pin 10 48 II 918 944 No. 44. 55 daily . daily ' 720am 8 25 5 . , LCloverport . I, Stenhenpott . I, IrvitiRton . I, Brandonburg Ar txiulsville 'I I Mat . 9 - a 55 p m 3 55 4 53 6 16 5 7 5 35 10 II 10 51 9 50 - IL18 , 12 45 p. m 8 639 00 TAlil.l. I. IfA '. II. It. UKlYKIt KY. OOINO HAST. Ixxral Freight No. Mail 1 Fast Mai) Fast Mall 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p m. No. 202 a 7 25 p. ui. OOItiO wbst. - m ' I No. 3oi 0717a tu. No, 221 a 12 25 p m. Mail I.ocal Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p m. H. MflitniCK. Agt. Tho and Republican tho Courier-Journfpr one year al poison. Hooks on Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. sss tuediscase iorSl.50. "t-- T- -" (ii, a - wjr- - "t"""vT-tfiif- l 'nTt r"'- - -- "WW r7 t nn; - w fina MwiBiBarti MaafceJaMraMMraaMMfcw MWrMMI4ikHiM tittri .p. , . I There is no word so full D of meaninif and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that of Motiibr "she who watchod over our helpless infancy and guid cd our first tottarlng step. Yet the life of every Expectant Moth-c- r is beset with danger and alt effort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature in the change taking place that the Expectant Mother is ena bled to look RlfiYUEte, The Hartford Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE fOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 4iti , A ,i . i, ta..!,. .i.al, u V "Nothing else like it:" The most refrcshlnir and pleasant Soap for the skin. s(s HtDICATEO ' Mother's VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1897. bc one tha.tsand live hundred dollars, DEMOCRATIC Sec. 11. Ttiat tho annnal salary of the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be two thousand five hun- As Adopted dred dollats. vention Sec. 12. NO. 38. ftrty has Cutaneous I JSOAP. utwrAmrarrie Friend for-wa- rd droad, suffering or gloomy forebodings,'' to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before conhncment in snort, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but without LOYAL Are the Republicans of the State of Kentucky. They Have Kept Their Word. By RESOLUTIONS MOTHER'S FRIEND r ' r "My wife suffered moro In ten min$800. utes with either nf her other two children than sho did altogether with her Sec. 15 That the annual salary of last, bavin? previously used four botMother's Friend.' tles of It is a Mr. Greer presented a petition from the Register of the Land office shall be $1,500. blessing to any one expecting to become a MOT11EK ," says a customer. the citizens of Johnson county, asking Sec. 16. That the annual salary Uehdkkson Dam, Carml, Illinois.' that a physician, who has been en- of the Adjutant General sbalt, be gaged In the prac tlceof his profession $1,200. Of Prurclits at II 00, or nnt ly mill on refelpt lor ten years prior to 1896, be entiof price. Write fnr bonk contalnlnftteitlmonUle Sec. 17. That the annual salary and raluablo Information lor all Motbere, f rr. tled to practice me Icine without a of the Ordancc Sergeant shall be $600 DradfleM ItiralitorC.,AtUiU.Oa. The diploma. The petition was referred and no more from any soutce. Who tan think Wanted-- An Idea ff ora alraple to the Committee on Public Health. Sec 18. That the annual salary of Ihln taritntl The bill reducing the salaries cf the Stale Inspector and Uxamlner PnUet Jfnur Mait thr mar brtnf lou wealth. CO- - rit.nl Attor. WrlUjOIIN WUlDEnUUIlN State officers came up as the special shall be $1,200 and necessary travelSI.SUO prlta offer aere, Waihlatton, 1 tbelr an'1 Hit cl two buadred tnreat'one wanted. order ol the day. The House of Rep- ing expenses when the actual disresentatives, regardless of politics, is charge of his official duties, which exS 1,000 REWARD! determined to reduce the expenses ot penses shall be payable monthly, and Tb abort reward win bt raid for proof of tha esletenre of a better IUIMEHT the State and after a number of shall be itemized and verified by said GAJRIIIIO Oil, or a better Mono amendments had been offered, passed Inspector, which accounts shall be Itemed than MIRCHAITS W08M Ta.Ilf.TS. Sold tTctjwhcre. the bill. The bill as passed reads as preserved by the Auditor in his office. Merchant' Circling Oil Co. follows: Sec 19. That the annual salary of Iclport,N.T.,U 8. A. An act to reduce nnd regulate the the Insurance Commissioner shall be siIai ies of certain officers and appoint- $3oooees of this Common wealth. Sec. 20 That the annual salary ol Be it enacted by the General Asthe Inspecton of Mines shall be $1,800 sembly of the Commonwealth of Ken- and necessary traveling expenses when in the actual discharge of his tucky: Section t. That from nnd after duty, which expenses shall be payaobtained and all Fat-Canata, and ent twuaeucond acted tor MoocaATf Fit. the expiration of the present terms of ble monthly, and shall be itemized . PATtitrOrrict OuaOrnetieOppoeiTcU. the various State offices and appoint- and verified by said Inspector, which and w raa c ufa ratcot la Icie tuia than Owat remote (rra Walhlneloa. ees herein named, such officers and account shall be preserved by the Auhtoa modeL drawiac or photo with detcrip- e atfvue. It peirntab.e or nut, free of Hon. appointees shall have and receive for ditor iu the office. Uurce. Oar fa not dot u t patent beetured. A PtHPHltT, liowiouotaiaiaieBU, who their annual salaries the amount set Sec. 21. That the annual salaiy of eeet el aaova in tha U. S aad foreign counlrlce xat free. AiMreee. out and provided in the following sec- the Assistant Inspector of Mines shall ; tions of this act, which shall be due be $1,000. wan w uu i wrr, runi wrrivs, natninuiun, V, w, and payable to such officers and apSec. 22. That the annual salary of rVVWWe pointees in monthly installments, out the Railroad Commissioners shall be of the Treasury, for which monthly $1,500 and necessary traveling exinstallments the Auditor of Public penses. Accounts shall draw his warrant on Sec. 23. That this act shall in no the Treasurer in favor of such officers wise apply to or effect any State ofand appointees. ficer now serving by virtue of an elec P. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., Sec. 2. That the annual salary of tion herein named. 531 Woat Markot Stroot Bo the Governor shall be five thous-tn- d Sec 24. That all acts or parts of dollars. The Governor shall acts relating to the salaries of any of twnpn 5th and 6th, in addition, be entitled to the use and the officers or appointees mentioned occupancy ol the Governor's mansion, in any of the foregoing sections of and the lots and grounds thereto at- this act be, and they are hereby, retached now belonging to the State, pealed, so far as the, or any part R I BAKER AND Clkrks Iree ot tent, together with all the thereof, conflict with any part of the T O BAKER. furniture nnd fixtures now therein, provisions of this act, and no further. luring his term of office; but fell all reOnly nine membeis voted against ceive no other incidentals at the ex the bill. Tfiey were Messrs. Foree,, Napier, pense of the State. Gilllsple, J. W. Morgan, Stc 3 That the annual salary of Pence, Speight, Andrew Thompson, lie Auditor of Public Accounts shall Violett and Carroll, three sound mone tlnte thousand doUnts. which ey Democrats, three Republicans and ahull be paid out of the Treasury up- three free silver Democrats. on the icquikition nf the Governor. After the joint session several bills Sec 4 That the annual salary of were advanced to their secofld reading the Assistant Auditor shall be one and the House then adjourned. thousand eight hundred dollars. There shall also be allowed and paid HOW TO FIND OUT. clerical assistance for the Auditor Louisville Djrttal Co., fourteen thousand five hundred dolPill a bottle or common water glass lars per annum, which shall be paid with urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r also in monthly Installments. hours; a sendiment of settling indiSec. s That the annual salary of cates a diseased condition of the kidlinen It is the Treasurer shall be three thousand neys. When urine stains ttouble. positive evidence of kidney dollars, and no more from any source, Too frequent desire to urinate or pain except his salary as Sinking Fund in the back, Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out Conituisioner. Sec 6. That the annual salary of of order. WHAT TO BO. the Assistant Treasurer shall be one There is comfort in the knowledge thousand two hundred dollirs. so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Stc 7. That the annual salary of Swamp Root, thegreat kidney remedy relieving pain the Attorney General shall be three fulfills every wish iu liver, bladder in the back, kidneys, thousand five hundred dollars, which and every part of the urinary pas4W.M.ft. shall be paid in lieu of all other fees. sages. It corrects inability to hold Sec. 8. That tho annual salary of urine nnd scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, $5 to $7 the Commissioner of Agriculture, LaGold Crowns wine or bear, and overcomes that unPorcelain Crowns 3 to 5 bor and Statistics shall be one thous pleasant necessity of bring compelled Best set ol teeth (no better made and dollars. to get up many times during the no matter how much you pay) . $8 Sec. 9. That the annual salary of night to urinate. The mild nnd the $1 up Gold fillings it the Secretary of State shall be two extraordinary effect of Swamp-Roo- t Silver filling 75c soon realized. It stands the highest dollars-Se- c. Extracting, pet tooth 35c thousand five hundred for its wonderful cures of the most Painless extracting with Vitalized 10. Thnt the annual salary of distressing cases. If you need a Air of State shall medicine you should have the best 5c the Assistant Secretary Extracting Iree wlieu Artificial Sold by druggists price fifty cents and Teeth are ordered. Office permanentPor a sample bottle and one dollar ly located pamphlet, both sent free by mall, mention Tun Hartford Republican Wanted-- An Idea address and send your lull yon wealth Protaot your Meaii they mar bring to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulnghatnton, N. Writ JOHN WKUDUIUURN CO, Patent Attorney. Waihlnaton, 1). t!,or tbelr I3J0 prtto offer Y. The proprietors of this paper and Ut ot two bcadred . tnventloua wanted. guarantee the genuineness oi'this or tTrade-Mar- ti 1 PasslngaBIII Roduclngtho Salaries of tho Stato Officials. That the annual salary ol the Chief Clerk of Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be one thousand three hunored dollars. Sec. 13 That the annual salaty of the first Clerk ol the Superintend', ent of Public Instruction shall be one thousand dollars. Sec 14. That the annual salary of the second Clerk of the Superintendent of Public Inotructlon shall be at Tlioir ConlastWook. a warn cmnufA w rr w.: AUST1M HOTEL Louisville, Ky. The Democratic Convention last week adopted resolutions, which are the most savage and malicious we have ever seen. They have no regard for the truth, and they fill their resolutions full ot the worst rot and lies they could make up. Rcad'or yours selves: The people of Ohio WiiimiMS county are groaning under the burdens of taxations Imposed to support a Government wholly Republican, national, State and county; this Government in the county is maintained at the very highest tax rate the constitution will permit and meager and inadequate benefits therefrom; the State Government Is shamefully Inefficient and incompetent, if nothing worse. Under it our asylums for the care of the helpless unfortunates have become veritable cbarnelhouses from which death is rapidly taking away the victims of ignorance and neglect; our peuitentiarles are neglected until they are declared by Republicans themselves to resemble "a widow woman's farm" and they have become nauseating cess pools recking, in filth and breeding crimes and criminals, where dicipline is reduced to a farce and the most revolting practices are not only permitted among convicts, but shared in by the Republican officials in charge of the prisons themselves. The public schools of the State have not escaped the touch or moral distemper which the present State administration seems to have introduced The examination of papers for the selection of teachers for the children of the State have been peddled out to those who were able to buy,and the whole school system has been permitted to go backward. The Treasury of the State has been emptied to pay Republican while hundreds of men from the farms who hold claims against the State have been forced to remain tins paid, and repudiation has been practiced when these claims have been tendered and refused in payment of 6fficc-hold-er- -- taxes. The moral toneof tbepublic service has been lowered until under the dome of the State Capitol bribery is attempted if not in fact consummated In nn effort to secure the election of a Republican United States Senator. In this effort more than $1,000 oo of the people's money is being wasted ev- ery day by a Republican Legislature which seems incompetent to accomplish this or any other thing. The present Republican Governor made hi3 campaign upon false allega- wtm lr v. i 7 I OWENSBORO, KY. e?gj post-offi- ce i of-ie- r. ER DV haa demonrtraled ten thouiand time th-- .t U la almoet Infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. Irregularltlea and derangementa. It baa become the leading remedy (or thl. claea ol tronblei It eierta a wonderfully healing, ttrengttaen-In- g and Boothing Influence upon tha rnenetrual organa. It curea "wliltee" andfallluirof the womb. It 1 tope flooding and rellerea aup- 27 yr- - CHILL TONIC WARRANTED. PRICE Oit.iTU.lixs.. Co., TABTELE55 ISJUSTA8 GOOD FOR ADUL.T8. BO 10, eta. UM. St. Parte Uadlolna Wa eoldLouie, alo. 100 bottlaa leal roar, el (lentleiueni TASTItLISM) ClIlO. TONJO and hate OHOTB-hAii.h(ihr.. ffro.ealrfi.dr tola fear. In el ultras- rjartenca o( li yeara. In tua drug buelnea., bafo euoli nnlreraal utla. narer avid an ariiete that Your, truly XocUoa ae your Turns. AbMY C ABU AOO. For salt by W 1 lams & Dtll Wot during pregnancy, and helpe to bring children Into homea barren for yeare It tnrlgoratee, etlmu-late- a, atrengthena (lie whole aye-taTtile great remedy la ottered Wby will to all afflicted women any woman autfer another minute with certain relief within reach t Wine el Cardul only coata $1.00 per bottle at your drug .lore. Tor odrtce, lit eoire rrculrlna rprttil din. . lymffcrn.. la. "LaAltt Ilonj, adJrr.1. .litrboryJ'ri'i'lrMtil " TH CkaltanwMd XInU let". IV, CVitkinuv". ft""- W. SMITH, Camden, S. C, "Mi ulle uted Wine ol Cardul at home lor telling ot the womb and It enUfilj cured her." preiied and palnfnl menitruatlon. tor Change fit Lite It la tha beet medicine made. It la benellclal Tli Printer. Everybody looks after the printer. If a newspaper man goes intoaEtore, he buys his goods like others When he wants a new shirt he does not go from stoie to sturr and take bids. If he yets n doctor or a lawyer he pays the bill He never thinks of asking the gtocer to put in another pound ot When he gets sugar lor a dollar shaved out goes ten cents II he buys a cord ol wmd or a bushel of potatoes he knows he ought to py a little more than market price. Whn a qruiple gets married or there is a church, festival be cheerfully pivs a euuple ol dollait) worth oT noticra free; but wheu there iai filty cent j"b of printing, tint printer is Altargulng the rounds asked to bid anil xcttlng tliK price down below living rates he gets tho job, providThese ing he donates ten per cent. are lacls and there is nothing remarkable about it only thnt the prln-er- s are melt blooming fopls at to alPress and Printer. low it Illril.ell H'Hgoiiic. lie Re. I. !! Illrdiell Wagons are til cheapest because they are the the bent I'or sale by J U. I'atton & Co. Corn taken same as cash. It maybe worth something to know that the very best medicine for restor-inthe tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electtic Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, actf by giving tone to the netve centres in the stomache, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organs In throwing off impurities in the blood. Electric Bitters improves the appetite, aids digestion, respect among the people nnd lawlessand is pronounced by those viho have ness everywhere prevails. tried it as the very best blood purifier the national Government whose and nerve tonic. Try It. In .Sold for present head was bailed as ''the ad50c. or $ 1. 00 per bottle at Williams & vanced guard of prospealty" we see Bell's Drug Store. no promise save the added hardships to the poor and bounties to the rich llollliiNliiilta Ire iil. and powerful; taxes are to be increasMonday evenlug, April 5, Mr Rol-li- n ed by the additlonoi mote than Shultz hitched a pair of mules to a per year to the already heavy wagon to haul some slat timber and burden the people are bearing, while star id down a hill. Near Joe. R. dlstiess and disaster are spreading Shi z's house, going a lively gait, over the land, leaving ruin and bankthe "ragou ttiuck a large stump and ruptcy to mark' toe course of vicious was upset, and threw Mr. Shultz legislation. ' against a gate post, mashing his head' It is now five months since the elec- and breaking his aim in two places tion which placed the Republicans in and bruising htm otherwise, from the control ol the National Government; efiei t of which he died at 3 o'clock every 'day since that election has wit- Monday evening Mr. Shultz was nessed the increasing failure of finan- one of the best men in the county. cial institutions all over the country, J. B. W. individual and aggregate Insolvency amounting to alarming sums, the ex ropullalNOl llrilturUy. pansion ot trusts and monopolies Yestniday the Populists ol Kentucky which Republicanism is pledged to met in convention in umisville, chose promote and the constant decrease in Mr. Peltit Chairman and named Mr. the ability of the American people to Parker ns thr ir candidate for Clerk of successfully carry on the business of the Court ol Appeal . Further, these gentlemen decided the country under existing conditions. In view of these experiments with to maintain a separate organisation Republican domination, it is by the and to adhere to the distinct faith of Democrats of Ohio connty, resolvedi the tarty. This, we believe, U fortunate for lit. That weapprovethecdll of this convention and call of the precinct the Democrats of Kentucky. The which met Saturday Populists are extreme in their doctrine conventions They would stifle In- of paternalism last. heartily en- Uividujlity and make the government and. We approve nnd . dorse the nrrangemen agrted upon in onr more absolute, and the Individ-government.'1 county which has brought to ual a mere appendage of this ". hey want the government to own gether all those who oppose Repulic-anisand who art! honestly seeking all ighways, urban, suburban and to better the conditions and the Gov- transcontinental. l'ingree is the great exponent ol ernment of our people. allegiance to thr.t Idea In politics, and Plngree was 3rd. We reaffirm our the Democratic party nnd the ptlncl-- , won beaten Monday In Michigan. Populism has always a certain num. pies ol that party ns enunciated by bf ol devotees; men who believe the the Chicago convention ol 1896. occult influence, I 4th. In the administration of coun I government is an g $130,-000,0( J m tions of dishonesty on the part of honest Democrats and the alleged inability of the Democratic authorities to enforce the law; je,t under ais administration lawlessness has been more prevalent in Kentucky than ever before; more than $2,000,000 00 of private property has been rendered worthless a'nd numbers of murders commited by mobs, and yet there are laws before this Governor and his party's officials for the punishment ot these mobs, but no one has been brought to justice. Under Republican domination to taxable property of Kentucky has fallen off more than $70,000,000 in value and of the public propetity of the State nearly $1,000,-00- 0 has been destroyed entirely. The laws of the State have fallen Into dis- able to create something out of nothnot come up to tin drmnnds ot on ing. economical policy Dut while such theories flourish for 5th. In the iidiiilniatrHllon of the n time, they fail nnd then fide away. State Government of Kentucky the Our country is n Democratic coun Republican party has proven an extry; our government has its powers pensive and stupendous failure, inef- clearly defired in the constitution. ficient, incompetent and dishonest, These restraints canmot be set aside and the oeoplc of Kentucky demand without inviting poltitical disaster. that they now make good their promWhat the people want is a reaffirma-tb- n ises made more than a year ago to of lliese traditional principles. discover frauds in the State affaire, The country needs a patty strong suppress lawlessness and reduce th"e enough, brave enough and Intelligent Governmental expenses. enough to say to all the dreamers and 6th. We denounce the effort now spendthrifts, to all the State socialists making to establish a new judicial and Federalists ot every kind and dedistrict composed of the counties of gree, "Hitherto shalt thou come and Hul.Ienberg, Ohio and Handcock as no further, and here shall thy proud the useless creation of more offices to waves be stayed." be filled by the Republicans for which Populism has waxed prour and inthere is no demand in the adminis- sists on a surender or on a separation tration of the public service, and to from its recent allies. create this district would be to, needThe Democratic patty will not surlessly add to the burdens of taxation render to Populism, and it should be to maintain an expensive court glad to seperate Louisville Post. for which there Is no need. Many lives have been saved by the 7th. We denounce the pending tariff Legislation known as the Dingley timely me of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar bill as an inexcusable robbery ot the Honey. When a cold creeps upon common people in the interest ot the you, or a cough racks your lungs, no remedy is so prompt or effectual. trust) nnd wealthy and powerful of the country, and we de Can be given to children with perfect mand that all taxation, national, state safety and is sure to produces benefiand local, be limited to the demands cial results. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. ol the Government when economically administered. . A nrnnknrd' Will. llio Hlecovrry Hnveil HI Lilt?. It is said that a dying drunkard in e. Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, Oswego, N. Y., lei t this as his last III. , says: "To Dr. King's will and testament: New Discovery I owe my life. Was "I leave to society a ruined charactaken with La Grippe and tried all ter, a wretched example, and a memthe physicians for miles about, but of ory that will soon tot. I leave to my no avail and was given up and told I parents as much sorrow as they can could not live. Having Dr. King's in their feble state bear. I leave to New Disco 7ery in my store I sent for brothers nnd sisters as much shame a bottle and began its use and from and mortification as I caa bring on the first dose began to get better, and them. I leave to my wife a broken after using three bottles was up and heart a life of shame. I leave to about again. It is worth ils weight ech of ray children poverty, IgnorWe won't keep store or ance, a low character, and a rememin gold hovse without It." Get a free trial at brance that their father filled a drunkWilliams &' Bell's Drug Store. ard's grave. For drunkards to Tread when they have time. Christian A find Hlalnke. The Society editor, in desciibing Herald. the belle of the Thanksgiving ball, Whenever a druggist tells you he concluded, saying; "And her dainty feet were encased in shoes that re- has something just as good for sembled fairy boots." But he was coughs, colds, grip, etc., as Dr. he is thinkthe next morning on Bcll.s glancing down the column of his pa- ing ol his profits and not of your welper to sec that his blundering printer fare. We make the genuine nnd auhad bet it up in this manner: "And thorize all druggists to guarantee it her dainty feet were encased in shoes to be the best on earth. The E. B. Sutherland Medicine Co., Paducah, that resembled ferry boats." e Ky. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin cures & Bro. Dr. Bell's coughs and colds. It sooths the air passages. It heals the bronchial Remember we do the very best Job tubes It strengthens weak lungs. printing at the lowest living prices It builds up the tissues. It enables the blood to receive its proper supply Aohnts: $35 to $s? per week of oxygen. For sale by Z. Wayne east. You work right around home. Griffin & Bro. A brand new thing. Write to us quick! You will be surprised at how He Came Hurl. Send us your easy it can be done. Lotus Hoover, the Henderson boy It will be to your -who an away from home, has come address anyway. to day. bacV . He boarded a train on the L. Interest to investigate, Write Address, "People's" 3941 Market and N. and went to Hopkinsville and St , Philadelphia. O. V by He says fy Beav-ersvillhorror-stricken . ty affairs the Repuhllrnn re, rmi taiur. HuRy! bajh 'PRICE25Pr It lasts twice as long: as others. A trial win convince you or lie great merit. Will pleaae tha moat faaudielia. CHARLES F.MILLER, Mir. of FRENCH MILLED T0IIX7 SOAPS AND I'ERFUMLRV, ESTA.13LISH1C1D, Lancaster, Penn. 1849. QARD. , PROFESSIONAL Tames .A- -. (TTOBIY T lw UAliTFOIlD, ICY. Will practico his profession in Ohio and adioming counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given f Office east side of pu h'i. collections. square. M. L. Hbavrin HEAVRIH Shelby Taylor. & TAYLOR, KttorneyseifLaw HARTFORD, KY. 'Attorney at Law Beavek Dam, Ky. Perry Westcrfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all tho courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. B. H. WEDDING Haktfobd, Ky. Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Ofllco over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. TT" Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, ICY, o. :m:. bIajtjo "Q. Tvrirr Attorney exi jC&w, .V Flfl (Oonnty Attorney) at. J lections. HARTFORD, KY. hi practice bis profession in the ourts ot Ohio and adjoining conn nna.inl niwuiiuu m!hh IU Al v. uviHi aflAtilmi. given I. VUI Office in Courthouse. Attorney atKY; Lavs HARTFORD, given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col making &c, also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. JNO, B. WH.SON, Attorney ai aw Ky. Hartford, Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Hlreet. B. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, returned he the has had enough ol wandering and will berealter takehlckory tea instead of bum grub. Inquirer. Nnnicilimrr to Know. Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., J.B. VIOKEBS, Will practice his profession in Ohio " Wo Soil GoodBToo." and adjoining counties. Special at22 pounds standard granulated sugar tention given to all business entrusted Office in Repuduoan (1 00, 5, 6 and 7 pounds good green lo his care. building. coffee $t 00, Arbuckles 15c, good can com 5c, Clarks O. N. T. 2 spools lor ABMISTEAD JONES, 5c, best colored carpet warp 17c, white 15c, good calico at 2ic, i and 4, Fancy at 5c, Best Columbia HARTFORD, KY.. shirting 6c. apron check ginghams Will practice in all the Courts oi Ohio 5c, domestic 4c, fancy table oil cloth and adjoining counties. Speoial at17c, zinc trunks $1 50. Furniture tention given to collections. Office and chairs lots of 'em, tables sofas and with County Attorney. fine rockers. No 7 step stoves $4 50, a fine double oven$8 25, best washing machines $2 75, best sewing machines on the market $10, clothing at your own price. We have lamous Oliver Globe-DemocrPlows and other kinds cheap. Also Semi-weekl- y big lot clover and Grass seeds. Write for samples and prices. Morbhiad, Jones & Co. Centretown, Ky, Attorney at aw The and Republican the St. Louis at one year for $1.75. Blood Poison. Contagious B'ood Poison haa been appropriately called the curse of mankind. It Is the one disease that physicians cannot cure: their mercurial and potash remedies only bottle up the potion in the system, to surely break forth in a more virulent form, resulting in a total wreck of the system. Mr. Frank 11. Martin, a prominent jeweler at 916 rentylvania Ave., Wash- ingun,i7.i;.,saya; I was for a long time under treat tnent of two of cians of this city, for a severe case of blood poison, but my condition worse all Sew while, notwithstanding the fact that they charged me three MOTIOK. i want orerr nan and woman In the TTnltcA Btatea Interacted in the 0tnm and Wblak babita to hare one ot ray book! on theio AdJteie II. at. woollej, Atlanla, Oa., Uox OS, and one will to taut eon tree. IoliUlllr,llciitl wny vo' West bourd . 1 I I, Loulfville I Brandtiibuig moil A M I.onla llnll- 1 nr rl jiiiio I. No. 41 No. 43. daihr daily 7 55 m 6 30 p m . L Irviiigton LStephenport t, Cloverport . . . . . 9 22 .949 1028 X0 47 820 858 7 55 the beat physi- I, Hawesvllle . . 11 12 9 44 I, Owensboro . . 1215P IUI048 Ar Henderson . II 55 '5 No 42 No. 44. dally daily fiast bound I, Henntrson . . . 7 20 a m 2 55 pm 1, OwtKishoro . 9 18 . L Haweevitte . . I Cloverport . 950 I. Stephen pa it . . 10 11 Irvington . . . 1051 h Biandonburg . IL18 a 4S p m Ar Iuiisville .825 95 3 55 4 53 5 5 6 6 8 7 35 16 39 00 I I almost eaten away, so that lor thre months I was unable to taste any solid food. My hair was coming out rapidly, and I was in a horrible fix. I had tried various treatments, and was nearly discouraged, when a friend recommended S.S.S. After T had taken four bottles, I began to get better, and when I bad finished eighteen bottles, I was cured sound and well, my skin was without a blemiih, and I have had no return of the disease. S.S.S.aaved me from a life of misery." S.S.8. guaranlttd purely vegtlabk) will cure any case of blood and its treatment, mailed le by Swift My mouth whs fitted with eating sores; wy tongue was TIWIHI II1MH Ilia V 111 .. 'iiMf. i'aiu.i: 11 , 1. . 1:. 11. KY. iir:Avr:it OOINO KA3T. I.ocal Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 oi p in. Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. 111. Fast Mai) OOIKO WXST. No. aoi a 7 17 a ra. No, 231 a 12 35 p m. Mail Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. Fast Mall II, MttRIUCK, Agt, poiaon. Hook Specific Atlanta, Qa. Co. sss on thedisease Republican Tho and tho Courier-.Tournfor one year al ior $1.50. H.HMHMMMBWMIM "S'J W i1 Hartford Republican. l'RIDAY, APRIL 16. 1897. In our announcement we ok appears llio narao J. 11 Offlco on Fox Stroot. Iotinl IHrrj- - Frlilnynt Ilnrlloril, j. SAM A. ANDERSON ...Editor. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar post-office In tho first placo the resolutions In tho Stomach Cnusod Croat to llio office, ol Common Suffering Was Confined to tho wealth's Attorney of tlio Oth Judicial bear the ear marks of the satuo nblo Bod But Now Ablo to Work. who used to ecrve in tho enpne-n- y District, subject to tho action of tho writer "In October, 1805, 1 had an sbsceai In my stomach. I ws also taken with pleuof ofllco cat for our esteemed Democratic, primary, May 1, 1807. tho same risy and coughed very badly. I was Mr. Rowo is a nativo of Ohio comity, neighbor contemporary; election nd column this people, it is doubtful whether the of tho Hon. publican party will be ablo to Edwin Rowoas a candidate fur res vive. Re- sur- An Abscess born and reared in our midst, was ad at Hartford raltted to the Hartford bar to Entered at the as second class mail matter. was eminently successful in his profession, always taking forci most rank among lawyers, until ho was elected to tho office which ho now holds. In tho discbargo of his official duties he has brought to his office a massive mind, filled with legal loro which is rarely found in any nno man. Ho has been successful as prosecuting attorney and now asks his party to givo him their endorsement. BEPDL10AN TICKET. Election Nov. 2, 1897. The people of Ohio county aro groan? ing under tho burdens of taxation, imposed to support a Government, wholly Republican, National, State and county," etc., etc. Ah yes! Certainly! What party is responsible for tho Wilson Tariff Laws, which brought on us untold suflcrinc; and commercial disaster? Tho DemocratMAGISTRATE. Hartford Dist Cbrietopher Allen. ic party. What party is responsible for tbo wretched financial condition Cromwell DistJonlB. Wilson. of tho State? The Democratic party. It was tho four years of Grovor and Announcoinonts. tho Democratic party which mado tho For RfiirCKCillnllio. We are authorized to announce poople groan, and it is the natural reR. A. BVERS sult of that same administrator which As a candidate for Representative keeps them groaning. It is this from Ohio county, subject to the acgroaning, however, which tho Demotion of the Ripubllcan party. crats have resoluted about, that has caused tho people to put tho RepubDemocratic Ticket. Announcements licans in power. See? We are authorized to announce ELI H. DROWN seems that Hon. H. Clay Evans As a candidate for Circuit Judged is tho right man in tho right placo as District, subject to the Sixth Judicial Commissioner of Pensions. He is a the action ol the Democratic party. thorough business man and conducts authorized to announce We are his department on business principles. W. T. OWEN as Cir- This will be gratifying to all the old a candidate lor As Last Saturday ho called cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss soldiers. trict, subject to the action ol the his chiefs together and said to them: Democratic party. "I want to see this bureau run on thoroughly business principles. This For Commonwealth's Attorney. is to be a business administration, We arc authorized to announce and the Pension Bureau must not be EDWARD E. KELLY behind in the procession ol progress. As a candidate for Commonwealth's I want to run this bureau as I would Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Diss my own business, and I expect the trict, subject to the action ol the same and support from Democratic party. you as I would from those whom I engage to assist me to conduct ray We are authorized to announce See to it own business successfully. T. EDWIN ROWE into the that those under you learn ol rav reAs a candidate for tentions and instructions. And I office ol Commonwealth's Attorney In ly upon you, gentleman, to get as the 6th Judicial District, subject to much work out ol your divisions na the action of the Democratic party. you would If you trere running them The merit for your private ealn evidently does system shall be strictly enforced in Tnn path to glory not lay throught tho Kentucky Leg- the bureau." islature. A silver organ has regretted County Judge, Jos. A. Tnrk. County Clotk, M. S. Iingland. Circuit Clerk. Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Hcavnn. Sheriff, 8. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. II. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moiloy. We quota from tho cheerful set of resolutions, indorsed by tho recent Democratic convention: "Whereas, It free A. Legislators by this that tho sound money Democratic have been accused of everything press is losing such a splendid opportirao tunity to assail the Republican party. that could be thought of. This is indeed sad. This, however, is V. J. Bryan will not bo the Demonly the beginning of lamentation ocratic nominee in 1900, if there be upon the part of the free silver shout-ersuch a pprty at that time. Says our free silver neighbor: to the free silver papers to Democratic friends who "It is left Our good bear aloft Democracy's banner and were defeated at the recent county bravely aro they charging, but it convention should congratulate themmakes us feel bad to see what a splenselves upon their defeat. Better now did opportunity for effective work than in November. those other fellows are missing by Indeed and Hon. D. H. Smith in his five min their listless attitude." utes speech on the Dingley Bill, did i ndeed! Here is a Daniel come to not confine himself to the subject, Judgment. But this, as wo have Withbut took a sweeping swipe at tarifl stated, is only the beginning. laws in general. in the last six months, free silver organs, great and small, our neighbor It transpires that a Michigan girl included, have barked incessively at received attention from soveuteen the heels of the OourievJoumal aud boys and was kissed by fifteen of The vo other sound money papers. them. A Kentucky boy pays attencabulary of epithets has been exhausttion to seventeen or more girls and The Owensboro Meuenger carst-wh- ilo ed. kisses them all. roaring and bellowing like a Hon. D. H. Smith, representing bull, has cooled down percepPresently the whole lay out tins district in Congress, made a five tibly. nnuutes speech on the tarifl the other of tho free silver press will be on its askday. Five minutes is entirely too knees before the (hurier-Jounia- l short a time for Dave to tell what ho ing its forgiveness. The Conner, out of the goodness of its heart, will probdoesn't kuow about the tariff. ably graciously grant their earnest Tin: fact that tho gi eat powers ot request, after having first turned each Europe are siding with Turkey in her and all of them across its knee and troubles with Greece, is not calculat- administered an old fashion spanking. ed to create pleasant feelings in tho breast of liberty loving Americans. We quote from the remarkable It is a shame to civilization and ret resolutions, prepared before hand, for ligion that the Great Powers of Eu- the committeo on resolutions, and rope, with their boasted intelligence which were brought fourth a flourish should uphold of trumpets, at tho recent Democrat.iml enlightenment, Kentucky s. size 50 cents. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St . N. Y. ditch. I sugered from catarrh of the worst But how docs this suit our Populist kind ever since a boy, and I never friends? The free and unlimited hoped lor cure, but Ely3 Cream Balm coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to seems to do even that. Many ac1 is tho chief corner stone of tbo Popquaintances hive used It Tith Oscar Ostium, 45 Warren ulist party. It is for this that they have contended since the birth of tho Ave., Chicago, III. party. The Populist party is the Ilnrlloril l'eoplr. The Greenville Banner says. original 16 to 1 party. We warn our Miss Lula Johnson will teach the Populist friends now that the Democrats will soon put aside the silver spring school at Bevier. She is a question and push the tariff1 issue to very intelligent young lady and has the front. But how ar tbo Populists been very successful in teachlcg in our county schools. on the tariff question? Is it not well E W. Taylor is in all reepects one known to them that Populist Senators are for a protective tarifl that of the most popular and liberal hearted citizens of Greenville. He has is a majority of them? In the recent been proprietor ot tbe bar in the vote on the Dingley bill in the house Green rille Hotel annext the past fiv of Representatives, do we not find years, during which time he has simnearly all tho Populist Representaply been making hosts of friends, nnd tives refusing to vote against the the remark that it all liquor dealers Dingley bill? Certainly we do.. The conducted their business on as high a fact is, tho Populist party is in favor plan as does Mr. Taylor, could be no of free silver at tho ratio of 16 to 1 , possible cause for complaint. . and is also in favor of a protective The People nre Convince tariff. Henco we submit to our Pops When they read the testimonials ol ulist friends this question: How will cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla They a Populist be benefited by voting for are written by hontst men and a party that is ready to sacrifice the women, and are plain, straightforward question of free and unlimited coinago statements of (act. The people have of silver, which the Populists favor, confidence in Hood's Sarsaprilla befor the question of free trade or a tar. cause they know it actually nnd periff for revenue only, which the Popumanently cures, even when other medicines fall. lists aro against? cxcell-result- writer who oarstwlulo expanded copi-o- u quantities of iuk in lambasting the Populists, and who in tho fferalcPt Issuo of September 4th, 1805, said: "Tho Herald has novor joined in tho demaud so wdely repeated for the free and unlimited coinage of silver at tho ratio of 1G to 1, becauso wo havo novcr been convinced that this law would remedy tho evils which wo know to exist." But wo return to tho resolutions. Wo pass over their glaring inconsist-entci- es nnd the falsehoods contained in them and call tho attention of our Populist friends to the lost clause of tho same, which is as follows: 7th. We denounce the pending tarifl Legislation known as the Dingley bill as an inexcusable robbery of the common people In the interest ol the trusts and wealthy and powerful coroperatlons of the country, and we demand that all taxation, national, state and local, be limited to the demands of the government when economically administered." In the first place tho Chicago convention which nominated Mr. Bryan refused to join issue with tho Repub-ican- s on the tariff issue. At that timo tne tree and unlimited coinago of silver at tho ratio of 16 to 1 was the hobby which the Democratic party was astrido of, and which It subso- q ucntly rode to Its death. How clear ly is the milk and cider nature of the Democratic party now displayed. In their resolutions adopted last week, they wero as silent as the grave on the question ol free and unlimited coinage of silver and have again taken up the tariff". They have taken up tho tarifl because it is now their only hope. They have learned that f reo silver will no t carry them to victory, hence they have dropped that and are hunting around for some better means with which to deceivo the people. They find nothing better than tho tariff which shows that they are in the last II six for IS. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Ox, Lowell, Mass. Pet Hood's nnd only Hood's. are tho best after-dinn-er 00 ds Sarsaparillasci' treated by phjrstolans butdtd not Improve. I save up alt hope ol ever setting well. Sly right aide was swollen and I was not able to walk across tho room and was confined to my bed. I was advised to try Hood's BarsaparllU and began taking It. In threo days I could see a chango for tho better. I kept on taking Hood's Barsapnrllla until I had taken four bottles and continued to Improve. I am now ablo to doa good day's workon tho farm." M. E. IIakn, DcmoMville, Kentucky. Respectfully request nn "interview" with nil of their old patrons and many more; not on "politics" in general nor the "Cuban Question," but on business matters, in which wo propose to say that wo aro mutually interested. In our v KBkX V9 n MB BQ BK B jfeh -- M We have somo SPECIAL matters to which we call attention: HOOd 8 PHIS pills, aid dlgotUon. 25c, A prominent dry goods dealer, recently Interviewed, said: "Not until the mills all over the country nre running wlinh'e really good business begin. Only when the working people have money to buy things with does prosperity come." This only repeats what we have said before, that prosperity cannot spring up In a night like Jonah's gourd, just because Mckinley is elected or even Inaugurated. The working people of the country must have work and the pay for that work before business can really revive The first step toward prosperity, as President McKlnly has said, is open mills, which will give work to the people Mills will open only when a Tariff law is passed which will Protect those mills and enable them to produce at a profit. Some revival in business there has been because ol the expectation of such Protection, but real prosperity will not come until such Protection is an actuality. That It will come then we need not doubt. Ex. Who can fail to take advantage of this offer. Send 10 cents to us for a genorous trial size or oak yonr druggist, Ask for Ely's Cream Balm, the most positive catarrh cure. Full First, Ladies Dress Goods Are imported, and ladies desiring a new outfit, want tho newest STYLES, both in "Fabric" and "Fashion," and as a help in this matter our Lady Salesman has tho Newest Fashion Plates which can be examined before purchasing the goods. Wedding suits a specialty. Come aud see Miss Fannie Barnes before purchasing. Second, Millinery gjyleig. gmwr Are ever varyirg and changing, and it requires close attention to the markets to keep up with the newest. Every lady buys hats for tho Style, hence the importance of this departMiss VIOLA PIRTL'E is in position to show tho ment. Come in time to lastest Easter lints are "all the go'' now. get a selection. , Third, Clothing Department-"88"-- " We have suits as cheap as can be . desired; Is in the front. We also havo a fine line of Easter and in fact at any price. Spring Suits at "astonishing" low figures, but our boast is on Fine suite, such as can rarely be found. Wedding suits a specialty. We invite an inspection, guaranteeing satisfaction. Fourth, Our Carpet and General Upholstering Department. v: Is the "attraction" of the season and housekeepers setting up anew or preparing for the annual "spring cleaning" should call on us, as we have all the styles of Carpet3, Mattings, Rugs, Curtains, Blinds, &c. Call on us. To be brief, we are in position to do business with every- - -- , Turkey. were allowed fivo iniuutos to state their objection to tho Reports have it that Dingley Bill. Hon. D. lit Smith was just getting under headway, rcgardiug tho exceeding wickedness of (arid laws in general, when tho gavel fell and cut him Thus were wo deprived of a oil. Hood of light that Mr. Smith would doubtless have thrown on this important subject. CoNuiiBSSMHN f! t Mil. Jo A. PAiiKr.it, tho leading Populist of tho State, has been nominated for thociflico of Clerk of tho Mr. Parker is a Court of Appeals. -- oouscienolous Populist, nnd Is an intelligent, courageous and energetic True to his principles young man. he looks with disfavor upon fusion and hub always ben known as a Wo "middlo of the road" Populist. do not know what action Democrat) will take regarding a candidate for this office, but wo would suggest that it would bo uothlng mora thau right for Democrats to givo Mr. Parker their undivided aud earnest support, lu return for tbo help roudored them by Populists iu tho lato Presidential porisli." campaign, approve aud the arrangements agreed upon in this county, which has brought together all those who oppose Republicanism, and who nre honestly seeking to better tho conditions and the government of our people." This is from n portion of the samp crowd who four years and better ago, were given a chance to ''bolter the tho conditions aud government The result ot their of our people." efforts is well known ton sadder but wiser pcoplo,henco we make no furthWo are of tho opinion er remarks. however, that tho typographer made a mistake in "setting up" the resolution quoted, and that it should read as follows: "Wo approve aud heartily oudoree tho arangement agreed upon in this cumty whluhbas brought together all the odds and ends lu this ' portion of creation In nu attempt to lire the Republicans from office. Wo stnto it as an undying principle of our party that wo want oflloe, both forovor, and wo nro honest now , 'y opposed to seeiug a single Keputo ' Wo have this to say Hcau oat pie ' to tho dear, doarpooploof Ohio conn- Puss us llio pie, please, or wo ty. ic convention: "We Hood's Pills are the rnly pills to IIIIOWX NCIIOOI.IIOl'HK. Uncle Vertis James, who has been take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Easy confined to his room for sometime, and yet efficient. is thought to be somewhat better. For anything id the tonsorial lfne Measles are raging in this section. Born to the wife of A. J. Williams call on E. L. Bullington. on the 8th ult., a girl. nnckleuV .trnlrn tinlvr. Farmers are greatly behind with The Best Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt their work. Hurrah for the Republican ticket Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all and The Hartford Republican. Skin Eruptions, aud positively cures Ida. Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give petfectsatisfaction Hot, ml Trip. 01.00 or money refunded. Price 25 cents On account of Base Bill game be- per box. For sale by Williams & tween Louisville and Cleveland at Bell. yr. Louisville, April 25th, will sell round trip tickets for train No. 232, leaving . . Beaver Dam at 5:20 a. m. on 25th at has Through Passeuger Troins and $1,00 gcod to return leaving LouisFast Efficient Double Dally Service ville at 6 o'clock p ra same day. from Cincinnati nnd Louisville to 1 13-- 1 All lines full. The staples are "BED ROCK" and we are full up. Terms, Cash or Good Country Produce. 1,000 bushels of corn wanted; Poultry at best prices wanted for New York shipment every week. body. -- . r s-- n i4fc Board aud Tuition- Everything tur nished for the special Summer Illinois (Jen. & t Which " " r 1807. "I71io II. Msrrick, Agt. heartily endorse Memphis points fev7 Orleans lines, inVlcksburg and Jackson, Mr, Clem Maple and Miss Ada Miss , BatonRouge and Natchez, La., Rowan, two of the most popular Little Rock and Hot Springs. Ark., young people uf the Ikdu communi- Waco, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston , ty, were married at the home of the and San Antonio, Tex aud points on the Pacific Coast. It also has through brlec Tuesday. passenger trains and fast efficient cluding Illrilorll Wnjtonir. Birdsell Wagons are the cheapest because they are the the best. Por sale by J. II. Patton & Co. Corn taken same as cash. in connection with the B & O S. W. to Louisville, reaching direct or raak ing close connections for principal June 29 30 ond July 1,1)7. If you want a better education, prepare yourself for teaching, get a better certificate, or to take a thorough Commercial Couree, it will pay von to write to us. You can enter now and find classes to suit you, Special emphasis put on the State Toaohors' Courso. now. Mention CourBo wanted. CHERRY BROS., Proprietors, Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Busluess Col'cgo, Bowling Groen, Ky. moots in Bowling Green 33Lontuoky ggtato; T7eaohors' .Lssoolatton All our students will have the opportunity of attending ''mt.w lssJim Term of 8 weeks Which begins lung 8 ' ( SOUTH & WEST on Its own and connecting -- HAVE OPENED THEIR Make Your Selections l'ROM TUB FAMOUS double daily service from New Orleans, Jackson, Memphis and points South and West on its own and connecting lines to 1 I Alfred Peats CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, wall Papers handsomost Whlqh Is tho and Bost Manufactured. See my Sample Books showlngnver 400 new styles and colorings which are the same as will be shown in Alfred Peats' mammoth Chicago and New York retail stores this year. Fine Parlor, Hall and Dining Room Papers, 7c, toe, 15c, and up. Floral Stripe, Chintz, Dresden, Delft effects, etc., and many new colerlngs which arc not carried by dea'ers outside the largest citits, 3c, 5c, 7c, 10c, and up, Sec t mt the Clover Leaf trade mark h on the samples you order from. 1897Prlzo CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS making direct connections with through trains for all points NORTH & EAST including St. Louis, Chicago, DufUlo, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Richmond, Solid vestibule trains through pull, man buffet sleeplug cats through free reclining chair cars r ' ' ''l , Particulars ticket agent. S G. of your local railroad Hatch, Div. Pass, Agent, Cin" cinnati. Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, Memphis, A. II Hanson, o v. a., Chicago, W. A. Kiillond, a o.p.a., Louisville. ZDNTe-w- - TB-ITSPE- j I I THOSE RESOLUTIONS. tH Dot Uotwb Hjrup. Tmim UouO, Dm fft resolution adopted by the Democratic onurentiou of this county, liave been spread before the Hlnco tho W. D. LUCE.Agt- - TheFloatingStudiQisatSoulb rollton. Car A fino new OMNIBUS will meet all day trains at Reaver D.ira. All order attended to. gnarauteesacomtortable ridf. ornar Mtrlcst aid Uaiia S'rti, llurlf ird, pro-upil- To B ay-rona- H3.3L . 33 o s-- r er Pgtajq.. An e'lrunt Leave order IILIILTie! vehicle and cood borers at Field's Livery Stable VFW7 "" &tW"" T '"WW,rr 1 rmjjtz. a t -- w. i" "W ,', , . '" . Jt. . , .v" - A ' ";, N"" .- .- ... , if (fax ' - -- r ittm;,- - "Mi It - Now is the Time to Strike BARGAI AT FAIR & COMPANY'S Wo have our entire stock of Spring Goods in and arranged for your inspection Our All are fresh and the very latest. line of Millinery, Woolen dress goods,wash fabrics were never more beautiful. A look at these lines will bo appreciated. 45 lucb Marabout Lawns mmm Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength nnd healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands. RoyaiBakinoPowdkrCo., Nrw York. Boys waist 15c at Fair & Co's. Buy Fertilizer from Carson & Co. . 10 12Jo 81c 31c Hoosler cotton at Fair & Co's. 30 inch Itcjano Dimity 37 inch Creadon Dimity 30 Inch Guipurl laco effects 3G inch Percales 80 inch Granite cloth. 30 Inch Shepherds plaid ducks New lot ol 4c calico at Carson & Co's. & Co. have ' Fair 8Jc nery. 8c 12J , 12 the prettiest milli- Mrs. J. P. Hicks has returned from Livcrmorc. 50 dozen gentlemen ties for 25c at Fair & Co's. The cheapest lot oldress goods is at Carson & Co's. 15c 50 inch tttrkey red table linen at Fair & Co's. 35c buys you a nice white shirt at With this line we have, the fancy trimming to match which are in vogue this season. J. E. Fogle & Co's. 35c buys you a nice percale shirt at J. E. Fogle & Co's. . D. M. Ferry's standard garden If you missj visitingthis department you will regret it. We have the largest lino and the prettiest styles in Hartford. Can furnish you a hat from 50c to well any price you want it. Oomo to see them anyway if you are not ready to purchase. It will be alright. Always glad to show seeds at Pate Bros. Attorney Jno. B. Wilson was in Owensboro this week. Yard wide bleached cotton, clear of starch, 5c at Fair & Co's. We want your wool. Carson & Co Call on Field & Son for the cheapest and best Buggy Harness. W. D. Luce is the paper hanger and the paper seller of the town. For a square feed, take your horse to the livery stable of Field & Son. Young man it you want a nobby buggy call on J. H. Patton & Co. Big bargains in a tew odd sizes In Shoes at Schapmirc's this week. Sam Caseblei, the 'bus driver, will take you all the way, day or night. A nice line gent's furnishing goods at Schapmire's. Stylish and cheap. Bring on your hams, eggs, chickens and feathers. Carson & Co. Our "1897" buggy beats them all. See it. J. H. Patton & Co. Schapmire's is the place to buy shoes cheap for Cash. Goand see them shoes 3 3s, 4 4s Ladle's com. sense $2 worth $3 atScbapmire's. hand-sewed our goods. Department should not bo forgotten. 00 Mens good wool suits '. '. Mens better wool suits..... .. 6 00 Mens extra wool suits $8 00 to $10 00 Bo.vs wool suits $250 to $5 00 Child wool suits G0cto$350 With every boys suit of clothes wo givoyou a ball and bat. And with We every $2 00 purchase or over a handsomo picture, in a neat irame. want yuur trade and shall endeavor by all fair means to obtain it. Write $-- I for samples. Wo will gladly send them. . Hartfr2 Sample of fashions. New umbrellas, new neckware, new hats and new shoes at Carson & Co's. For millinery good, see Miss Sara Collins, the milliner for Carson & Trusts nntl III Ijw. As Mr. AbraruS Hewitt pointed out not long ago, In many large cor. porations capita has borne all the losses and they have been heavy and has kept Its factories and stores In operation In order that Its labor might not suffer. The sacrifices that s have thns been made by large of capital In these times and in every part of the country, If they were fully known, would go far making us forget the grievous wrongs that have been done by conscienceless trusts and the political corruption which they have practiced. This is the other side of the Btory of trusts and othtr combinations of capital. It will be seen that they have their virtues as well as their vices, and the former as well as the latter must be taken Into consideration by the legislator when he undertakes law, otherwise to frame an Anti-Truhe may do the country a grievous wrong. It Is understood now, In the recent Supreme Court decision, that a taw which maker, criminal a reasoncwibl-nation- looo bushels of corn, i carload chickens and all the wool we can get. Next week we will have t case of short length calico which will be sold and 3c per yard. Our milliner at Is here with a complete line of hats, ladles call aud see her stock before you make your purchase We have just received a big lot of shoes which makes our stock very large, can fit you in most any kind of a shoe. Have a big stock of clothing that we are going to sell verycheap, also plows and Fertilizer. We say to the farmers hold your wool lor U3 we are going to pay highest market prices. Wanted Co's. taken in exchange for new Buggy Harness at Field's Livery Corn Stable. II you need clothing see Carson & Co. They are selling clothing out to quit the business. Remember our grocery line is corns plete and we would be glad to have you call and get prices before buying elsewhere. Pate Bros. Field & Son can take care of your manner. The horses in a best of feed and most careful attention at the usual low rate. Patronize them when in Hartfoad. first-class 2i wt Morhhjad, Jones & Co. Centretown, Ky, Remember that we buy butter, eggs, hams, chickens, (bacon and laid; in fact all kinds of country produce for which we pay the highest market prices, Patb Bros Marriage 1867. L able agreement, even it It be no restraint of trade, Is a bad law, and It ought to be understood, as a corollary to the proposition, that It Is difficult, if not Impossible, to Irame any law that will punish nil contracts in re straint ot trade, that will not at the same time unhappily Interfere with combinations of capital and labor that arc wholesome and beneficent, and that ought, therefore, .to be always lawful. There ought to be laws for the prevention and punishment of the oppressions of trusts, and against their undue aggrandizements and there ought to be no law that will encourage and aid In their formation at the expense of the rest of the com munity that will change In their behalf natural conditions which, as the world is governed at present, are sufficiently friendly to them. If the tendency of trusts toward tyranny and corruption cannot be prevented by the law.lt might be better, fir the sake of the country, to forego the blessings that lesult from combinations of capital. Hut we are not yet teady to admit that the democratic form of government Is so Incompetent ad this. When the legislator goes beoud this, however, and undertakes to regulate the details ol the business of corporations, he Is likely to find himself in such a slough ot despond t laws as the franiers of the arc'placed In by the recent decision Harper's of the Sudreme Court. Weekly. Anti-Trus- license since Harry Draper to Annie J. P. Jackson to Ada Plttle, Mills to Maude Harklns, C. lard to Maude Slack, Jno. II April 1, Oeltel, Joseph Mr. Hiram Maddox died at his 'home in Beaver Dam last Saturday morning very suddenly. He went to bed Friday night feeling as well as usual, Saturday morning his family was startled to find that he was dead. It Is supposed that he died of heart trouble early in the morning. The remains were buried at Hamilton by the Masonic Fraternity Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large circle ot triends and relatives. PolA Mammoth Wall lMpcr Conreru One of the greatest mercantile conKeown is the Alfred Peats cerns of Dalze, Vernon Oillisple to Miss Sasan to Mattie J. Williams, Allen Gray to Wall Paper establishment in Chicago Mattie II. Drown, Clem Maple to Ada au'i New York. 'He iB the most extensive Wall Paper advertiser in the Rowan world. The beauty, quality and cheapness of his papers have beeu commented upon by the leading newspapers and magazines throughout the country, therefore he is well known bv the majority of the consumers of Wall Paper. W. D. Luco, Agent. Hart lord, Ky. E. y Little Men Women Wc call thom little men and little women, but they are neither. They have Ideas and ways all their own. Fortunately they soon become fond on, wnen it is of lven to them In the form of COTT'S EMULSION. This Is the most valuable remedy In existence for all the wasting The diseases of early life. poorly nourished, scrofulous child j the thin, weak, fretting chlldt the youne child who does not grows all takeScotfs Emulsion without force or tribe. It items as If they knew that this meant nourishment and growth for bones, muscles and nerves. cod-Uv- er A To the voters ol the 6th Judicial District: We the undersigned voters ot Centertown voting precinct, kuow-In- g the fitness nnd ability of the Hon. B. P. Neal to fill the position of Com- tall. ' monwealth's Attorney, ask that he announce himself for that position and we pledge him on stlpport: John W Simpson,' Silas C Shown. S P Moore, J S Duncan, Wm M Chaucellor, Charles Hill, Monroe Bratcber, Henry Bishop, J M Herrell, T W Matlock, R T Moseley. WJ Mclntlre, V C Mclntlre. E D Davis, G ' JLHeillu, I S Chapman, Book tilling mors shout It, fret. It wen't pay o X iubU(JV,,f ot Scott! Emulsion with the Thsy will rsUsh ths real thing. For uU at 50c and $1X0, by all. EC Brown, P Chapman, Jas H Rowe, J W Carter, J B Stoguer, drugguu. Good dress and apron ginghams for 5c per yard at I n Fogle & Co's. SCOTT A BOWHE, Nw Tort J A Renecr, W P Gofl, V S Paugut. M L Ashby, W H Hill, C L Woodward, J R Carson, R W Stewart, Jo B Ward, G B Hcfliu to na'e the Democratic fight In this Awarded A cotJ'ily. It would b worn- - than filHighest Honors World's Pair. flpnrson ly for the Democrats who have namGlvos His Opinion of Their 6 inch percale 3fr t Fair ft Co's. ed this excellent tfekt-- to jeopordite noaont Convention. Bargains in Clothing at Carson & their chance " etc Great Godl Mr Hh.iIJ. ) ) cU Cos. April To the Populists 13 J. P. Miller, W. M AildlnUin, J. J. 900 buys a TaJIetfUrie shoe at J. E. Hoover, J. W Petty nnd J. D Spur-- , who had broken party tics to Fogle & CdtS., ricr Democrats nttd expert the De- affiliate with the reform movement to Buy your? goods htj, E. Fogle & mocracy of Ohio ciUiity to support advance the moral, financial and inCo's cash, store. them? II you do you reckon without dustrial conditions oi his countrymen, the action ol the Populist conLadies shut waist, was $1, reduced your host nnd great will be your mistake. Excellent Indeed; you cer- vention at Hartford April 5th was to 53c, at Pair & Co's. tainly have forgotten the Congress- something more than a farce, it was a Ask to see our 46 Calico. ional election ol 1894, in which you shameful surrender of principles for a Carson & Co. charged one of "these excellent gen very shaky risk of securing a few Buy your clothing at J. E. Fogle & ttemen" with being insUumental in petty offices for a few petty party MOST PERFECT MADE. When the Populist party bringing about the defeat of Hon A. leaders. Co's cash store. was organized a great number ol hon- A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre OcB. Moutgomery. Under date ot bom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Only ask a look, to sell you your tober 24, 1894, in commenting on the est citizens, tired of being made ve40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. spring hat at Fair & Co's. withdrawal of Mr. Russell, the Popu- hicles in which corrupt politicians , rode into offi.-ejoined the relorm Kentucky Crop lleporl April 1,1807 We have good, heavy factory list candidate In this district for Con& Co. movement, expecting to escape the ton. gress you said: For this month 163 coi respondents, "The first information the voters machinations of the patriots for office representing tog counties, have reTurkey red table linen at 15c per qf this county got of his withdrawal only, but unfortunately hordes of ported, a gratifying Increase In the yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's. was through the columns of a Repub- chronic seekers noting the rapid number ol counties heretofore reportBig line oi mens and boys straw lican newspaper, which seems a deal growth of the Topullst party joined ing. The counties lolling to report hats at J. E. Fogle & Co's. more pleased than surprised to fur- our ranks to gain that which the old are Bell, Casey, Grayson, Jncksoti, Prices the lowest, styles the latest nish the news. It may be mentioned parties had denied them o'ffice. The Lee, Lyon, Martin, Pulaski, Spencer In millinery at Fair & Co's. that about the time Mr. Russell so National Convention oljuly, 1896, and Wolfe. dawned upon the Populist party witn WHEAT. J. E Fogle & Co. want your eggs, suddenly resolved to desert his folgolden opportunities within its reach. lowers, the Chairman of the RepubThe wheat crop shows material feathers, wool and ginseng. The history of American politics improvement lican Congressional Committee, trot during the morth. Have you examined our lace cur- on the train at Beaver Dam and In I 8'10WS hat a new party can only rise The average condition on April 1st Is & Co. tains? Carson company with an who upon the ruins of an old one and the 94, as against 88 on March 1st last 50c buys a ladies slipper at the now assumes to lead the Populists In Democratic party was then as dead as and49 on April 1st, 1896, cash store of J. E. Fogle & Co's. this county, and with whom this an Egyptian mummy, and had the OATS. same Republican Chairman made a Populist party nominated a straight The oat crop, owing to the continMr. and Mrs. Rowan Born to trip to Elizabethtown to meet Mr. ticket on a ringing Populist platform ued rains, will be at least three weeks last Tuesday morning, a girl. Rusfell, three weeks ago when his the silver Republicans would have later than an average year. The Nlilrle, Tim, I'ollnrn, Ciiffr, Jlnla mill withdrawal was first rushed to our standard and the great mentioned." most favorable report does not Indiftork nt Nelmpinlre' chmp for CabIi, The readers can judge for them- body of honest Democrats, disgusted cate that more than 50 per cent of AnBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. selves who the was. with the Democratic administration the crop was in the ground on April derson last Monday morning, a girl. We all know Mr. Russell withdrew just closing, would have joined our 1st, and in some counties the sowing we would have had barely begun Wool Is going up. Walt until Fair In the interest of Mr. Lewis and that i rallks' and ,n '9 on this date. & Co. quote prices before engaging. these same excellent gentlemen" swept this country from ocean to The average estimated acreage for ocean, but leaders on 1897 Is 80 per cent of the acreage ot Men fine shoes $1; ladies fine shoes suppoited Lewis, one of the worst Republicans in the district, nnd that iatal day sold us out to a delunct 1896. $i boys fine shoes $1 at Fair & Co's. brought about the defeat of A. B. Democracy, but no Populist has ever TOBACCO. See-J- . E. Fogle & Co's line straw Montgomery, one of the brainiest been able to explain what we received The Initial step towards a tobacco per yard. Democrats fn Kcntiirtw mattings from 12 to 30c for our million and a half of votes. W ! aa been elected our mas" crop could not be more unfavorable. Buy a Blrdscll wagon from J. H. find five of these same men crouched But had ters who nlade tUe Mle wonld have Few tobacco beds have been sown, Patton. Corn taken in exchange at under the grand old Democratic roos- and the season is so far advanced furter and asking the Democracy of Ohio receivcd ,atJobs for delivering our ther sowing, in many market prices. instances, will votes- - Notwitstandlng the shameful county to give them places of trust be apandoned. There is certain to be Mr. W. M. Likens, of Beaver Dam, and honor, and the Herald calling bao'"3 we supporting the ticket, a scarcity of plants, and it Is equally has been appointed State Organizer them "excellent eentlemen " Whnt ' hoping that the erasing defeat we certain that the plants will be late. lor the Prohibition party. was coming, would teach our foresaw next? The condition of the plant beds party to rely upon its principles rathDo you want a Disc Cultivator or At the special election held to elect sown for the State averages 69 per Harrow? J. H. Patton & Co. have a successor to Dr. James, an old Dem- er than upon disgraceful bargains for cent of an average condition. The the best on earth for the money. ocrat asked me If I was going to vote success, but Hartford was another St. coddition in the dark or stemming Louis, and the same result will folol Owensboro, and for Mr. Render, the Populist candiMr. Hathaway, district Is worse even than the average I did not an low. Mrs. Angeline Duke, of the Concord date for the Senate. What will we gain by fusion? Will for the State. Taking it of the prinneighborhood, were married at the swer him direct, but asked him the any Democrat leave his party to join cipal producing counties of this disHartford House yesterday by Judge same question, whereupon he said: us while we fuse with his own party? trict, the condition is 58. Is one of the damn ras "No never, he Jno. P. Morton. LIVE STOCK. cals that helped to defeat Mont- Will any Republican desert his party Spring Lambs The number of The California Ideals, a traveling gomery. We owe those fellows to affiliate with us just to enjoy the spring lambs, as compared with 1896, troupe gave a very pleasant enter nothing." Now my dear sir, we privilege of voting the Democratic is 87 per cent of the product of that talnment at the Court House last have five of thesamedamnrascalsask-In- g ticket? We think not. night. They will show again toIf the Populist party is to endure year. They are generally reported the support of the. Democracy. In a thrifty condition. night and everybody should attend. Can we vote for them? I think not. until another Presidential election those Populists who have joined the FRUIT PROSPECTS. resigned Rev. Jo. B. Rogers has Frkb Silver Dbmocrat. party to secure good government The fruit piospects on April 1st the pastorate of the Hartford Baptist without hope of office should put out are quite bright. Of the principal f1ianufokt. Church and has accepted a call at a Populist ticket in every county in fruits grown in the State the condiHe will move his Moweaqua, 111. The Republican House of Representhe State and keep the ship afloat tions, from best Indications, are: family to Illinois in the near future. tatives has passed the Revenue bill while the office grabbers are drown- For apples, 94; peaches, 79; pears, 88; L. Griffin, A. D. White Messrs. T. ing in the turbulent waters of fusion. cherries, 90; grapes, 87; and strawand A. T. Nail returned from Evanss to give Immediate relief to the State Our County Chairman, for whom J berries, 64. ville Wednesday, where they had and if the Democratic Senate will pass have always held ahighopinion, gave SAN JOSE SCALE. been in the interest of Rough River the bill the State will be in good conthe case of fusion away in his speech The attention of Jruit growers and navigation. They report prospects dition. The House has also passed a In the convention when he compared nurseaymen Is being called to the very flattering and we vill again have fusion to a man having more, land tnreatened introduction of the San bill to prevent mobs, &c. a boat running to Hartford. As yet there has been no election than he could cultivate taking a part- Jose scale, which has proven so deThe following named persons have ner to help cultivate the land and re- structive to fruit interests In many ol for United States Senator. paid their subscription to Tub Receive part of the proceeds, purely a the States. A bill has been presentpublican since our last issue: W. matter of pecuniary reward. Literal-ll- y ed lower house of the General In Memory. S. Taylor, Frankfort; Jho. W. ShouW Prentls, Ky., April 11. J. Rollln translated he said the Democrats Assembly which is thought by comder, Centertowu; H. L. Taylor, Roch- Shultz, a highly respected citizen of have "bit off more than they can petent authorities will, when It beester; J. W. Allen, J. M. Mattingly.J. Shultztown, was killed on the eve chaw" nnd will give us part ol the comes a law, preventthe Introduction P.Stevens, Hartford; Harry Monroe, ning of the 5th, Inst., by his team of cud to help chew it principles en ot this insect In the meantime it Jno. B. Taylor, Beaver Dam. mules running away with a wagon. tirely ignored. We watched with behooves every uses of nursers stock The Beaver Dam Dramatic club He got in his wagon in front ot his pity the three scores of our honest, to use the utmost care so that its imPopulist voters taking portation maybe prevented until said gave two entertainments in Hartford brother's residence and started down last week to the entire satisfaction of a hill. His team became unmanaga-bl- e part in that convention, utterly obvi- bill becomes operative. The only aband the right forewheel of his ous of the tyct that they were destroy- solutely safe course is to require all the people who attended the performances. The club is made up of some wagon struck a stump, tilting his ing the partyj they professed to love. deliveries of lrult trees to be accomIf the leaders of that convention panied by a certificate of a duly apof the very best people in Beaver Dam wagon nearly on Its side, throwing and deserve credit for their excellent him out and under it, dragging him were really desirous of taking such pointed State or national entomoloWe about 30 yards, crushing his head. action as would best serve the inter- gist that such trees have been Inwork In getting up the play. would tike to give each and everyone His right arm was broken in two est ol the Popolist party why did they spected, and fouud to be free of inspecial mention but space forbids it. places and collar bone shattered. He not give a hearing to Mr. James, who jurious insects or fungi. The entertainments were highly en- lived about six hours, but never gain- is an able an honest party leader, MISCELLANEOUS. whose sola aim is the triumph of Popjoyed and our people will welcome ed cunsclenceness. Every section of the State reports The community has not experienc- ulist principles regardless of who gels farmers very them back In our midst at any time far behind with spring ed such a 'thrill of horror since the the offices. When did a political conthey choose to come. work. It seems almost assured that death of Otis Render, six years ago. vention of any political party ever the corn crop, aa well as the oat crop, 'Allrl reatH' Wall Paper" has become a household word. His He leaves one child, a daughter. His hold a convention at Hartford with a will be late, and a continuation of ago. The visiting party leader of prominence wife died about 15 months 1897 line of beautiful patterns show a adverse conditions will soon make deceased was an industrious, enterpresent without inviting him to make the situation serious. marked advancement over any here prising and uselul firmer; faithlul to an address? Have the Populists betofore produced, and are being offered Lucas Moore, prices. Chicago his friendship, safe In counsel, com. come, like their old enemies, afraid oi at Commissioner of Agriculture. mlsetate to the afflicted and devoted investigation? I have never tried to aud New York are the main offices of assume leadership in my party, but We ore going to close out our stock this mammoth concern, the largest of as a son, husband and father. H. B. T. seeing an unblushing attempt by the of clothing, now is the chance to buy, its kind in the world. s who have in hordes of Carson & Co. W. D. Lucrt, Agent, "UogolOffjr." vaded our ranks to climb into office Hartford, Ky. Speaking about dogs reminds us of over the ruins of the Populist party. H. PALMER, A llMtl Iliirn. some good dog stories which weheard I want to urge Populists everywhere WATERLOO, IOWA. ld Miss Eugenia Howard, the this week. H. Field had a stray dog who want to save their party fiom "Saved From th Horror of N.rvoui Pro. daughter of Mr. S. B. How- at his barn and Uncle Nelse Coleman annihilation to lend their effort to detratlon" by Or. MIU Ntnrlno, ard, of the vicinity of Bnford, Ohio was explalng how to keep a dog from feat fusion, no matter with what par.. county, was very painfully bunted leaving. He said take a stick and ty made. Fusion puts us before the Monday. She was standing near a grease It, then measure the dog's tall, world as a party for sale to any party grate, when her clothing caught fire. let him lick the grease off of It, then for office, aud prevents hundreds of Before the flames could be exting- drive the stick In the ground at the thousands of honest voters from enuished and her clothing removed she door step and the dog will live and tering our ranks A. H. received a burn twelve inches by die with you. The explanation was eighteen Inches in size on her back. satisfactory and no doubt Mr. Field Fine Writthor Cnltmtar. The burn Is not dangerous, so the at- will try the experiment. Tub RnrunucAN has received a tending physician says, but It Is a When it comes to dog stories or Cardul Weather Chart and Calendar Messenger, very palulul one. any other stories Steve May is always for 1897 from the Chattanooga Medipruwred with one to suit the occa- cine Co., manufacturers of McElree's The 1'reoSllver Dentocrnt ngnln. sion and not to be out done Editor RitrunucAN. In the last b Uncle Nelse he told one about a Wine ot Cardul and Thedford's This is one of the best cal my poIssue of your paper I defined "Very often a coon dog co..n dog. sition on the sell out of my party aud win bark up the wrong tree," says endars ever published. It consists of had not intended to have anything Mr. May, "and In order to teach the twelve sheets ot paper, 3Jiao Inches a COUUII does 'not always Indicate further to saynd would not but for dou bttterall you" have to do Is to get in size, all fastened together with coa.utBDtton. Mr. W. It. 1'almor, ot insinuations pt the Herald that it some mistletoe, beat it up fine and gilt tin strip and a brass loop hanger. the Iowa, write! "I wu taUea Each sheet contains the calendar lot with a Waterloo. stricture of the bronchial was hypocrlflcal cant ol Republicans. norTou feed it to the dog in his bread and he one month in large figures that can tubes, which developed Into nervous prosI desire to say for the benefit of the wilt bark up the right tree until all be read across any room Under the tration, I was so weak I could uot alt up. I readers, that Herald, also your many got no sleep for daje except when under the Wc do not vonch the ,lmbs fa o(T indiInfluence of opiates. Por four months I sufI am not now. have never been and - h truthlulnea9 of ,u,s story, but figures patent weather signals Forefered agonies and prayed that I might die never be. a Republican candl as Mr. May's veracity has never been cating Prof. DeVoe's Weather will and Do at rest, una casts for every day In the year appear. date, and in Justice to myself I deny questioned we will take it for granted physician said I had Dr. changes and legal holifor the charge, nnd would say that it has that It Is "o. k." and will ask no The moon's Mlloa; consumption, gaveI had me a cough that days at also shown. The calendar is been but a short while since the Hers questions. INcrvIpol do rest. Hut a good valuable in any home We underwhose aid man solicited ray support In the lieatoros . old physician failed,. Jim Williams says o telephone Is stand a few copies of It cam be secured medlclno baa I am somewhat something like a dog. primary convention. . Health Jim would by sending to adrUed me to ue postage t surprised to find that In commenting havr the dog about 3 mites long, In explaining the workings of stamps to the Chattanooga Medicine Nervine and I thank OoJ that It has brightDemocratic ticket" the Heron the "Suppose Co , Chattanooga, Tenn. ened my days, lengthened my Ufa and saved the telephone Jtm says: ald says; mo from the horrors of nervous protrfttlon.,, Is llng down, and is 3 miles drug-gliwould be difficult II not impos-slbl- e the dog you tread on his tall be will It Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all long, it Wheu you arc weak tired and lifeunder a positive Ruamutee, Brat bottle to again select so many good baik at the other end. hence tf you besetlu or money refunded Boole on Heart men and locate them so advantage- u- - the telephone yon bik at the less, you need to enrich and purify and Nsrves sent free to all applicants, have been chosen other end " jour blood with Hood's SarsapatilU, Vil MILE3 MEDIvAL CU-- , Elkhart. lad. ously a those who New straw fpwds & Co's. Lots ol new sliocfl & Co's. t t Carson POPULIST DR; 11 "W' CHEAM MfflNG mm m n Hol-bro- ok in at to-th-e record-breaki- office-seeker- W. fifteen-year-o- IFI If Black-Draugh- t. Vt fl M one-cen- how-eve- r. - ts raEMS&ewm Iimf,vfr W mmf'-,Y.ri.Mt'-W- WW tF mwmim" r " . " It Vat I Hartford Republican. PHIDAY, Al'KIL, 16, 1897. (lili oJiacfffl' ( MettH(d far not by tn ohflBglsg needs for currently at differ COL. SHEPHERD. CATARRHAL DYSPEPSIA. Po-r- u na not Ouly Curos.but Curoa Pormnuoutly. Li Dr. S. Hortons, Pa., April, 1893 B. Uattttian Dear Sir: I have tried three ol the beet physicians in Indiana county, and had spent a great My deal of money, alt to no efiect. friends sold I could not get well. I had about given up all eartly hopes. I accldently I weighed 130 pounds. I immedisaw the name Peru-n- a. ately commenced using it, and continued taking it until I had taken I then weighed 180 twelve bottles. pounds, and never felt better in my I am a walking monument ol life. the virtues of your Pe W. W. Strasi.br. yhen next he writeshebaschanged his address. ru-n- i' Dr. S. B. Corry, Pa., May a, 1894 Ilartman: Now for all time to come, use my photograph and statements. I will go at any time and testify to I am the truth ol my assurance. and attribute hearty and well all to W. V. Straskhr. Corry, Pa , March 3, 1897. Dr. S. II. Ilartman: My health is A No. 1, and I stand a last and untiring friend W. W. Strasmsr. ofPeruna. Its cures permanently. Peruna cures last as above letters show. The spring ol the year is peculiarly provocative of catarrahal dyspepsia. Nearna ly every one need a course of Pe-rSend for free book. at this season. Drug ManuAddress, the facturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. y a - CDKRENCY ELASTICITY. ,Our Systom Inferior to Thoso of Scotland and Canada. fteed for More Money to Move Crop le at Once Snpplled In Other Countries, Hat Not in ThU. Secretary of the Treasury Wlndom said In his treasury report for 1800: "In my judgment the gravest defect in our present finanolol system is Its The demand lack of elasticity. f or money.lnthlscountry.Is so Irregular ttrat an amount of circulation which ,vlll be ample during ten months of the year will frequently prove so deficient during the other two months as to cause stringency ami commercial disaster. !XUe crops of the country have reached proportions so Immense that their movement to market. In August and September, annually causes a dangerous absorption of money. The lack of a sufficient supply to meet the Increased demands during thoso months may entail heavy losses upon the agricultural as well as upon other business interests." How hard and Inelastic Is our present unsolcntlflo currency system, or lack of system, is apparent when a comparison is made with the currency systems of other countries. In a pamphlet recently Issued by tho sound currency committee of the Iteform club Mr. L. Carroll Hoot Illustrates tho relative elasticity of 20 different banking systems in 10 different countries. lie says: The data secured Includo weekly or monthly statements of the outstanding circulation of the leading bank currency systems of the world. The period covered In each case Is the two years 1894 nnd 18HS. Tho method of preparation of diagrams has been to take the minimum circulation of the period as a baso line and to reduce the amouuta on other dates to percentages of tills. In this way a common measure has been secured, and comparison of one diagram with another is facilitated." We reproduce below three of Mr. Hoot's diagrams which show in n striking way the great difference In elasticity of currencies in Scotland, Canada and the United States. HANKS OP SCOTLAND-TE- i N DANKS. M M 14. January 7.6,0,&3 January 23. 24 June 14 July 11 6,7,SK August 1L.. 6,M,M6 Feb. March 24.... April 21 May 19 0.101.384 6,089,075 6.M8.SW C.iiW.JW 7.003,971 Circulation. Circulation. !a.ce,5l7.434 J8W. tk)t.2 Mtt.WS October 0 Novembers. 6,309,290 December 1 7.2W.749 December 28 C.906,079 CANADIAN I 0.16,971 6,270.Wi Feb. March 23.... 0.3K.4M C,60B,MJ April 20 May 18 7.1M.6M ?,4l0.r) June IS July It. ...... T.0M.8M August 10... 6.907.194 7.041,601 Hopt.l October 6..,. 7,064.197 November:. 7,191,611 November 80 7.764.C61 December 2S 7,326,051 11ANKB. I' J664 I JtibS Circulation. January June July Ausuat March M. April May 11 l'ebruaryll 31 tW.fli.376 SS.60J.167 ISM Circulation. 1H n.M7,I Til second morning after the of United States bands, whteh made It convenient for banks to Increase their bloody contest at Shiloli Col. All circulation. Mr. Hoot thus explnlna Slit phrid cnllcd Jim Swilt, the Interthe changes In Canada and Scotland) pol (li); hearer ol his tcglment.to him 'Tor Instance, on comparing the cir- at d pointing to nn eminence near the Scotland, tho culation of Canada nnd first thing noticed Is that In Scotland enmy's line, said: "Jim if yo- - will thore are two upward movements, ono pi ti t the II ig on yonder etuincne I culminating In May ami the other in will draw my suit lor the hand cl November, while In Canada the former Greene ' movement Is entirely absent and tho Jim Swift, ntvtra coward, now took other occurs one month earlier than In Scotland. The explanation vdll without on n lion's umrnge, when he saw a doubt bo found In the Scotch praetlco way to remove the last barrier be- cf making payments on mortgages, In- - iween mm ana tiie woman He loved, terst, annuities, etc., at thoso dates n In the little village of Arllngtor, praetlco not followed so extensively In in Northern Illinois, young Swift had Canada. "In general n single, annual . bid adieu to pretty IJssie Greene to may bo said to characterize agricultural communities. This occurs in follow his wealthy rival in the for-- I the fall, and is due to what we have tunes of war. Swift had never doubt- ,. 1 .... .. come to call 'moving the crops.' Its ' t.u TTaalA'aa 1..... iui 1.1... I...t 1... wua u uiui, UUL UG wis explanation may bo found In the fact poor boy, scarcely nineteen, without that farmers as a class are not accus- wealth or family, nnd Shepherd had tomed to make use of bank deposits, and consequently when payments are both, which brought the parental made to them for their crops (largely Greenes to his aid. Col. Shepherd at a single season of the year) the sur was winning laurels on the field and plus over immediate payments is required by thorn In the form of notes It Swilt knew that women were not tx Swift put being unquestionably true that in any erupt from herd worship. of our agricultural communities In this the utmost confidence in his Colonel's country the overage farmer has In his promises, since he regarded militiary possession during the six weeks following the salo of his crop a much larger men above suspicion in personal honWhen the order came to march amount of currency than during the or. rest of the year. The result In the young Swilt shoulder the ilagstaff Is an extraordinary demand, and floated the stars and stripes to suoh as that which leads In Canada to un annual expansion of 20 per cent. In the wind and impatiently pressed forward the coveted spot. He knew the tho bank circulation." Undoubtedly tho needs for currency s'rength of his rival nnd gladly bravin the United States change about as ed the rebel hoaids to remove him much as In Canada, but the cost of buy ing bonds at a hlgti premium on which from his path. Col. Shepherd, the foul hearted notes can be Issued only to DO per cent. of their par value, tho red tape neces- villlan, tor such he was, waited in sary to obtain these notes from the gov- vain for the latnl shot that would ernment and the tax on circulation erase Jim Swilt ironi the heart ol Ess make n delay and cost In incroaslngthe circulation which practically prohibit sie Greene. Col. Shephaid knew too on Increase until the need for such Inwell that with Jim Swilt out of the crease Is past. Therefore Interest rates grave he could never win the heart of AuIn this country run up rapidly in Essie Greene. When S hepherd saw gust nnd September without apprecithe flag uearingtne appionted spot he ably affecting the supply of currency. In Scotland nnd Canada the machincursed the balls that shunned the ery necessary to increnso tho supply of breast. He had deliber-atel- y currency. Is simple nnd is entirely In the planned to send the brave boy hands of the banks; hence the cost and delay necessary arc much less than with to bis death in an effort to accomplish us. Thus In Canada a fenv big banks an impossible task. But young Swift with numerous "branch banks" supply unconscious of the motives of the cruall parts of the country with currency. When more money Is needed In any el coward, trod a Ihero's path toward us In Manitoba when the his coveted goal. The thunder of arprovince wheat crop Is being ban ested rates of tillery, the enemy's defiant yells and Interest begin to rise. The profits of sup- the shrieks of the wounded and dying plying currency In (his province are Increased, and Immediately additional fell like music upon the hero's ears, supplies of currency are sent from tho for he w s fighting for the sunbimest big banks In Montreal, Quebec or Toprize man ever coveted by mortal ronto to their branch banks In Mani man a woman's heart. Dut just beThus the cost of moving the crops toba. Is much lower In Canndn than In thu fore tiie fl ig was planted upon the United States, where rates of interest appointed spot a shot lrom the enego up nnd down without materially my's gun btoughtthe youth to the changing the supply of currency. Of ground and the stars nnd stripes were course the farmers, through increased Col. competition of Udders, who obtain trod under Confederate feet. plenty of money at low ratrs of Interest Shepherd sought shelter from the enfind can afford to pay high prices, reap emy's fire and gloated over his fiendmost of the benefit. ish act. Next morning Col Shepheid There arc other advantages connected with "branch banks" which It Is sent Essie the following note: tmneccssnry to explain here. It Is suff"Dear Essie: It burdens my heart icient to sny that In Canada there Is no with inexpressible grief to have to silver question to disturb business and occupy the time of politicians ond leg- advUc you of the unlurtunate death islators. It is not likely that we will of your dear friend. Jim Swilt. He have financial peaco until we greatly died fighting in the irunt ranks of his Improve our banking and currency syscountry's army, n hero's death. My tems. heart bleeds with ycurs his untimely Velcr Paper Promteee. death " Shepherd. Our "grcenbacXers" should rejoice A months later Col. Shepherd re over the fact that another paper money turned to Arlington, his succ-sse- s in ' experiment is being tried. "If greenbacks put down the rebellion In the the field had preceeded him and he United States, why shouldn't they prove was the lion of the hour None did effective weapons against Cuban rebels?" reasons Gen. Wcyler, who is h'd him grealei honor than the elder flooding tho coast towns of Cuba with Gtcenrs, hut Ess'e still pining over artistically engraved promises to pay the death of soung Swilt. declined on one side of a piece of paper and n the proposal ol the brilli.tnt Colonel. picture of a tobacco After some weeks of entreaties by plant on tho other side. The experiment Is lxund to be suc- the aitlul Coloutl teerf ireed by efcessful, for tho notes are made legal forts ol her puterts, Essie temporized tender In the worst way. Any shop- and consented to march to the alter keeper who refuses to accept these promises for their face value is subject with Col. Shepherd. At the .pp int-e- d hour the nuptiul pair matched to Instant Imprisonment in jails where confinement means almost certain down the aisle ol thu village church death. Of course under tho circumrail. Shepherd smiled n stances the notes aro accepted. Weyler, at the alter however, forgot to decree that prices demon's smile over his shameful conshould not bo raised, and the Cuban test, but tears filled the eyes of the Bliopkecpora are mean enough to try to faithful girl when she remerabeied defeat the experiment by raising prices. her dreams ot that hour when with So far they liave only doubled prices, but each ono Is trying to see how high Jim Swifc, she would appear nt that ho can put prices, and the end is not in fateful spot. The minister had just sight. begun the ceremony when an officer Come to think of It, high prices, constantly growing higher, have defeated ol the Union army walked leisall past experiments with paper urely down the aislenndlaid his hand money. Perhaps Weyler, by correcting upon Col. Shepherd's shoulder. this little defect, may yet demonstrate "Your presence is desired elsethat greenbnekers aro right and that where," the officer commanded stern- cheap money, by proper legislation, can bo made just as good as money mnde iy. "What is the charge?" Col. Shep-- . from costly roetnls. Wlu.t a boon plenty of monoy would bo to mankind I Sue. herd asked cess to Weyler's experiment nnd death "Donotiisk me to expose you," to the traitor who tries to prevent Its success by ruUIng prices or by refus- tkeeffict-- replitd, rather ludifleient" ing to accept Weyler's handsome prom- iy. ises! ' 'Desertion," n hall de zen persons whispered at once Despite the ofAt this season of the ytar colds ficer's tinilDtm nnd evident to dis. generally affect the luns worse tlinu guise himsell ISaMc recognized the at any other time. Dr. Dell's Pine f.ice of Jim Swilt and threw her arms will break a cold in less abcut him nnd wept like r. mother time thin any known remedy, nnd it weept over u long lot child strengthensand invigorates the lU'igs Col Shiplurd was taken back to and bronchial tubes. I'or sale by Z the army, tiled ami dismissed in dis Wayne Gtifliu & Dro. grace. Swift told his swettheatt the story cf his wounds, his capture, his For Sai.r. A good secondhand recovery nnd subsequent promotion fireproof sale and a good see Hall's to a Catlai'cy, but they live on in d buggy. Apply to the kK- blistlul ignorance of Col. Shi pherd's rUDUCAN. cnul efliit to fend C'pt. Swilt to his death tl Thomas Dr. Mllos' Pain Pills stop Headache. Its-si- e I moTO-ment 's l ' r Tar-Hone- y otid-lian- cnt period of the year, but by tliamled Are features peculiar to Hood's Pills. Small In sire, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one man E asy to Take asy to Operate Gonoral Directory. STATU HUE'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OFFICIALS. saidi "You never know jroo have taken s pill till It li all Hood's rI IHfc Z 1 1 inplon. Governor William 0. liiadloy. V. J. Worth Lieut. Governor The only puis to tako with Hood's BaraaparllU. rr1:?"" I IS 8ccro!aryof Stale Charles Finloy. S. E, Cor. 5th and Markot Sts, Loul3vlllo. Ky. Attornoy General W. 8. Taylor. mlitor-8nni- uol II. Stono. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Aflor.ls the beit facilities for thorotujh practical training in SHORTCommissioner ot Agriculture, Hots HAND TYFH WRITING and IIOOK Kltltl'iNQ. Success nwured In ticultiiro Statistics anil Lucas Pupils assisted to POSITIONS TlIRRtt MONTHS. Trnii moderate Monro. timlness men funnelled Stenographers FRHU OF tiuporintoiident Publio Iustruction-Gc- o when cotpte t SHORTHAND INSTITUTE aSJrLtygtxxoe 5ti3. St. on M. Davi-,oii- . CIIAKOK The Word "Ida" Pnrteil. Kiss is n conjunction because it connects. It is a verb because it signifies to act and be acted upon It is n preposition because it shows that the person kissed is not a relation It is an interjection, nt least it sounds like one, and is a pronoun because sun always stand for a kiss It is n noun because it is the name of the osculatory action; both common and proper; second person necessarily, and plural number because there is always more than one; masculine and feminine jender mixed, frequently the case is governed by circumstances and light, according to tule i: 'If he smites you on the check, turn the other for another 'smite.'" "It shonld always begin with a capital letter, be often repeated, continued as long ns possible and end with a peKiss might be conjugated, riod." Dx. but never be declined Dr. Miles' Jil Fills era guaranteed to rtov MeaOathe loJO mlantos. "Ono cent a dose?' --- Register Reynold. Land Office Chas. Commissioner-- O. D, Insurance Bureau W. Coraingoro. Adjutant General I). R. Collier. Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown Uay. ItAILII'lAI) COUMISSIONEItS. I 1. 1. Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dcmpsey, II, 8. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, Brown. CONOItrS'IONAL. r iiiit II, s FOR EVERY member ol JSVMItY family on EVERY farm, in KVttltY village, in EVERY Slalo and.Territory. Hon. William 0. Lind Senators say, Hou. J. O. 8. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District STATE LEOISLATUIIK. Hon. John W. Lewis. Senator Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon. C. M. Bnrnett. OHIO COUNTY. cincuiT COURT. ITon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens FOR Education, FOR Noblo Manhood, FOR True Womanhood. Mr. Hugh Harkins, of near town, last week shipped his tobacco to in hogsheads. Mr Hark ins is a fine tobacco grower and has been shipping his tobacco to lor several years. We learn that out of the five hogsheads, two brought $8 24 per hundred, the re mainder bringing $6 75 and $4.80. Madisonville Hustler. e t W lby Dr. Miles' Ncrro relieved O M jrlfAcniandltnitniATniM l'lutcrs. for Nnle A scholarship in the Lexington Business College. A scholarship in each month. Bryant and Stratton Business College. QUAirrm.Y couiit. A vmolraship in King's Commercial on the Ihird Monday College. A scholarship in Kenyon January, April, July and October. s IT gives all important news of the Nation. IT gives n I imporiant uowsof thu World. IT gives the most reliable market roporls. IT gives brilliant and instructive editorials. boro. IT gives fasciuatiug short stories Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney ' IT gives an unexttolled agricultutal department. Owcnsboro. 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Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER, ONE YEAR HAUTFOLU) REPUBLICAN, -- I 3E,jrt:tOjr'a., J Which Snve3 you fam-miim- K, S in College. Apply at this office and we will save Convenes first Monday in January, you big money. and Tuesday- after the wciiid Monday iu Oct"bcr nradnehr. and Neuralgia cared by Ds. OTHER COUNTY OFF1CKRS. MILES' l'AIN PllLS. "One cent a dose." G 'S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur For Sinle. One 01 Geo. F. Cram's New UnU versal Atlas, It is the very best and finest Atlas that is made Will sell cheap for cash. Apply at this office. Springs. COURT OF CLAIMS I Tkt Ctmminitn Htutt, B!e Profits. Th Thi Wkelttaltr, ROSENBURGER & Our Jebitr and 3lor NEW YORK CI17. ' A FMf8 '.M rnnr. $5.00 I to 9 yc.rt of CoOir arnt Birgslns quits ron N. Z. Cromwell. U. Daniel, Acsoosnr Hart. Shulti, School Supt. Coroner ford. AN1 EFp fob. matt from Import J Bli. City. nj Brown. In Mm from Mi up d.ibl br.Mlnl. HS S.IIM Cobr favy mloid,rr-l- lf whh bit BU.k ARwit TwIB SattM nd P.I.M W.kt HinJt. Trtmrntng .n4 Wor th. v.cy tat. Sim. In Sim lot i t to is vein. whtwrt SiHoc CdUr. St. Fill.tni 6,1 jw" . GUAK ,ThM Sulli hirtBUik. Wort Uwvtot, Cap's fldsnli suits, Sizes wlib Mra Pair of Panl, S2.93 $2.93 $16. 3 to 1$, j CUSTOM UA0E TO OKDSH MAN'S 17.50 &,, L. W. Hunt, Springs. C. It. Sulphur Poorhoueo Q 3 --- A. S. Aulu March 3, June I.Sept1 December 1. Wi win March 0, June 5, September 4, December 4. O. L. Woodward March 12, June II, September 10, December 10. For Naie March M June .MS A. liowf.ro A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartfonl. well 19. Sr ptemher IK, December 18. B. F. Graves -- March 25, June watered, a good oiched, two hundred bearing trees, pood buildings, and in 20, September 23, December, 24. good community. 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Gel a well-know- ttisinv-- s F J Cheney & Co , in the City ol Toledo Cmintv and State sforsdd, nnd thnt cpid firm wld pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS l"r esch and every cae ol CUtrh that ennno: be cured by the use ol Hall's Catarrh Cure FRANK I CHEMEV Sworn to lefoie me nnd subscribed in my presence, this 6ih day of De ctmbcr. A. D 1886 A. W. GLEASON. J I.ccas Couvrv. Frank J Cheney makes oath tint partner if the f,nn ol he is the Wh.n ord.rinj und Poit OITlc. Etprru MontgrOnlrror HrfllHird Uttirl, .bo St.llittbi'tMJr. .njir Uri or tnull for hlf .... Monty chrfullf r.funrd If not utUr.ctor)r S.nd k sumpt fur un plw. tip. m..tur. meiiiurtnit bltftkt. etc If fMfco m IOOOOO OOOOOI it WHO 15 YOUR TAILOR? Do You Get , a CORRECT FIT? RCCEIVC n pharmaceutica j 1 remedy. KIM I'rrfllH llMlm Send for testimonials, free. sothed. Give.sKeiirtiitor.ee Opens I F. Ciirnev & Co , Toledo, O. and cleanses the Nasnl Passages j Sold by druggists, 75c Allays Iiiflimmatiori, IleileH and! Hall's fjuilly Pills aie the best Protects the Membi.inc Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. N CoWantkd To borrow $600.00 on caine, No Mercmy, No Injurious drug. Full Sizs 50c: T,ia Size 10c. property woith 4 times the amount at TlrtggMt or by mail Call on or address A B , care Tiif. BUY UKOS.. 56 Warren St., N. V. RfiruuLtCAN. Haitford, Ky. ' " """"" ""COLD'NHEAD Notaty Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter on the blood nnlly. and acts direcll and mucous mtftces of the system. 1 SRAL V i r V YOU THE BENEFm 20 YEARS SUCCESS HIGH GRADE TAILORING by ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS I OP W. 300 BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. We guarantee to fit and please you, aid saie you money, jUUk Nulwitlielaud'rjgour NEW SAMPLES TO 8ELLECT FROM JHOMAS 3 vimmmmmiBm Do you want any biiey Saved, burul-ou- t PRINTING? we are ready to receive y 0 u r 0 rd crs for a r. y tli i n g in that line. We print Letter Heads, Dill Heads, " If you do, quality ot Steel anil Chilled Plows. Until Walking nuil Hiding Ural erg. Corn Drill, Check-roPlanters, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and without tongue, Die Harrow., Fencing Wire plain and barb'od, Osbarno Mowers ami Hinders, lluber Threshing Machiur.Trualioii fiiglnes. All abuvo Imp ements ure guurituteod to be ot the bet ijunlity. Firet aiiiw repairing tl u kind done proiupt'y. Horseshoeing a fjiceiaiy, aito u lull lino ot fertilizers lor tobacco. You will find un at ur o!d,.etmid'on First and Heat 1 Fanning Implements. lant July we aro still licadquurlcis kinds of tor all Nolo Heads, Hailroud Hi Como in and me us. in.' Atru iJUATU Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, t' J7ati t j Iluslnese Cards, v. 1 Vliiting Catdk, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Dlanks, S.70J.007 &M4.U9 S.jll.tjl S.lg.lU 39.7M.I15 I.W.4T1 .4lj.7W Jack Dills, a.7,TlH 3O.7T0.M8 1,41,134 90.100.08 S0.TW.IB CHANGING TO THE MODEflN SAFETY. 11 .1.T Sj.Mt.lM tt.771,412 September JO 94.671.0W M.S16.I61 Ootober 11... 746 November 30 :;:::::::::: 17 Deeember II. UNITItD STATES NATIONAL HANKS. I I I I ,l6S-- i WHS- - MS m iact everything that you want s and printed. All work Write or call at lowest prices. III first-clas- n ERE'S YOUR BOYS AND $100 The nd carry WALTHAM three-hal- OPPORTUNITY GIRLS SeS8re BICYCLE, "COMET" MODEL A, 1007 . srjg wiHiBgqg ryiwifwyTyTe for. . estimates. KXCLUSIVK OP HANK'S- OWN NOTES ON HAND. Circulation. Per cent. tdEREPUBLXANi . iimmwr, Keuruary, ui un RH.ISl.ljM IKS ft July, ll... Ocfttr, WW.., DeeniiUr.lSvl s ran, Bo.lutp '.... lK.7 lAn maun lN.tM,tt artf MriMl I w'.i 100.2 JuTy.'ue.... feptemlw.lW. nsMfflUr.lfl 11 .tM.KO iW.4 February, l8W Tlieae diagrams tluv that in ScotIs about 30 per cent, more of land then ourrenoy In elraulnUou In November than In 1'ebruary. In Canada there is S3 per vent, uioro ourrenvy In circulation In Ootober than in May. In the per l.'ullwl State there was only em ibuuge in ciroaiatjon !n hj Cm iw i oars loa and 18DS urn the iuohti' l Our Clubbing ami Scmi'Weckly R ., tes. . . full guarantee of the American Waltham Od., Walthani, Mbm.; Weatern Salesroom 165 Madliou Street. Chleago, III. (where the whceUinay he eiamlned at auy time ) To the five pemon. acudlnglhe Ave longest ILL or KNOLlBH vrecda. firrmed from the alx letter. In the name of the popular magailue "Till! OWr" by MAY 16. 1 007. The Owl Vubllehlng Co. will aend one ol llieae au: prrh Ucyclea. Uae no letter twice In the aame word and omit proper namea nud abbreviation.. To enter coutect younjuitaubMribcfor"TIIK OWI," for one year, price. iwoceni lumpfc KcmiiDvr.u paper gieeoia. and mention thl. Money unicr or there be more than Ave person, tenillng Should the aame number ofwordi, the Mlection will be made accordluu- to the date llita are mailed. AddreM, TH E OWL, Union Bquarc. New York City. THEOWLISFORSALEONALLNEWSTANDS. PRICE BCtNTS. For FIFTY CENTS popnl.r wheel, hive the patent bearing., l Tho Republican and the Louisville Commoroial. Courier-Juiiriuil..- .31.25 1.60 1.75 SEOET-nAlI- TELEOEAPUT, rEUMAHSniP, and 8emi Weekly and Now York Tribune and LouUvillo Daily Post 125 2 75 j jmmmmmmmimmmmsm m, Who desires to bettor bis or ber condition In lire, should writo for tho Catalogue of tho aaxaxwrau RDYAIUT fb. Wo. 400 THIRD BTBBT. I.OOISVILLB, KY. STPATTftW fe2 GTO, 33. "V U" I Hartford Republican. 1'IUDAY, AL'RII, 16, 1897. sc (hli olitflge li (Mounted for not by too chfiflglug for currency at differ cnt periods of the year, but by thtmleri of United States bonds, whleh made It 53K25 wmmmmKsmmKsattMu ihi asao uk COL. SHEPHERD. CATARRHAL DYSPEPSIA. Po-r- u na not Only Curos.but Ouroa Pormnuontly. Hortuns, Pn., April, 189, Or. S. D. Unit man Dear Sir: I have tried three ot the best physicians in Indiana county, and had spent a great deal of money, nil to no eflect. My friends said I could not get well. I had about given up all cartly hopes. I accidently I weighed 130 pounds. saw the name I immediately commenced using it, and con- tinued taking it until I had taken twelve bottles. I then weighed 180 pounds, and never felt better in my life. I am a walking monument ol the virtues of your Pe ru-rn- i. V. W. Strasusr. When next he writeshehaschanged his address. Dr. S. B. Corry, Va. May a, 1894 Hartmam Now for all time to come, use my photograph and statements. I will go at any time and testify to I am the truth ot my assurance. hearty acd well and attribute all to W. W. Sthasbhr. Corry, Pa , March 3, 1897. Dr. S. I). Hartman: My health is A No. 1, and I stand a fast and untiring friend V. W. Strasusr. of Pe ru na. Peru-ncures permanently. It3 cures last as above letters show. The spring of the year is peculiarly provocative of catarrahal dyspepsia. Nearna ly every one need a course of Pe-rSend for free book. at this season. a Drug ManuAddress, the facturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. y CURRENCY ELASTICITY. ,Our System Inferior to Thoso of Scotland and Canada, Once Supplied In Other Countries, lint Not In Thli. ,Heetl 1 , for More Money to More Crop at m t ' Secretary of the Treasury Wlndom said In his treasury report for 1600: "In my judgment the gravest defect In our present financial system Is Its The demand lack of elasticity. t or money, In thlscountry. Is so Irregular tlAt on amount of circulation which .will be ample during ten months of the year will frequently prove so deficient during the other two months as to cause stringency and commercial disaster. CPue crops of the country havo reached proportions so Immense t lint their movement to market, in August and September, annually causes a dangerous absorption of money. The lack of a sufficient supply to meet the increased demands during those months may entail heavy losses upon the agricultural as well as upon other business interests." How hnrdnnd inolastlc Is our present unsolentlflo currency system, or lack of system, is apparent when a comparison is made with the currency systems of other countries. In a pamphlet recently issued by the sound currency committee of the Iteform club Mr. L. Carroll Hoot illustrates the relative elasticity of 20 different banking systems in 10 different countries. He says: "The data secured Includo weekly or monthly statements of the outstanding circulation of the leading bank currency systems of the world. The period covered in each case is the two years 1834 and 18M. The method of preparation of diagrams has been to take the minimum circulation of the period as a base lino and to reduce the nmounts on other dates to percentages of tills. In this way a common measure has been eecured, and comparison of one diagram with another.is facilitated." Wo reproduce below three of Mr. Itoot's diagrams which show in a striking wny the great difference in elasticity of currencies in Scotland, Canada and the United States. HANKS OF IJSWt SCOTLAND-TE- convenient for banks to Increase their circulation. Mr. Hoot thus explains the changes In Canada and Scotland: "For Instance, on comparing the circulation of Canada and Scotland, tho first thing noticed la that In Scotland there are two upward movements, one culminating In May and tho other in November, while Jn Canada, the former movement Is entirely absent and the other occurs one month esrllor than la Scotland. The explanation will without doubt bo found In tho Scotch praatlco ef making payments on mortgages, Intent, annuities, etc., at thoso dates r practice not followed so extensively In Canada. "In general n single annual movement may bo said to characterize agricultural communities. This occurs In the fall, and is due to what we h&vo come to call 'moving the crops.' Its explanation may bo found in the fact that formers as a class arc not accustomed to mako use- of bank deposits, and consequently when payments aro made to them for their crops (largely at a single season of the year) the surplus oer Immediate payments Is required by them in the form of notes it being unquestionably true that in any of our agricultural communities In this country tho average farmer has In his possession during tho six weeks following the salo of his crop a much larger amount of currency than during tho rest of tho year. Tlie result In the aggregate Is an extraordinary demand, suoh as that which leads Jn Canada to an annual expansion of 20 per cent, in tho bank circulation." Undoubtedly tho needs for currency in the United States change about us much as In Canadn, but the cost of buy ing bonds at a high premium on which notes can be Issued only to 00 per cent, of their par value, tho red tape necessary to obtain these notes from the government and the tax on circulation make n delay and cost In increasing the circulation which practically prohibit an increase until the need for such Increase is past. Therefore Interest rates in this country run up rapidly in August and September without appreciably affecting the supply of currency. In Scotland nntl Canada the machinery necessary to increase the supply of currency, is simple and Isentlrely In the hands of the banks; hence the cost and delay necessary are much less than with us. Thus In Canada a fmv big banks with numerous "branch banks" supply all parts of the country with currency. When more money is needed In any ns In Manitoba when tho province wheat crop Is being hart ested rates of interest begin to rise. The profits of supplying currency In this province are Increased, ond Immediately additional supplies of currency are sent from the big banks In Montreal, Quebec or Toronto to their branch banks In Manitoba, Thus the cost of molng the crops is much loner In Ctinndn thnn In tho United States, where rates of Interest go up and down without materially changing the supply of currency. Of course the farmers, through increased competition of Udders, who obtain plenty of money at low rates of interest ond can afford to pay high prices, reap most of the benefit. There arc other advantages connected with "branch banks" which It Is unnecessary to explain here. It la sufficient to say that In Canada there Is no silver question to disturb business and occupy the time of politicians and leg Islators. It Is not likely that we will have financial peaco until we greatly improve our banking and currency systems. . I . N BANKS. rmntoLgMJ" tW iaoe. twrffmcrprgrigri i i M Mi y M Circulation. J7. January 7.063,971 June 14 July It.. .. 6,T.Stt 0,434,986 AUKUSt 11. win. i 0.... (VIM Ml October .6,tt,W Novembers. 0,309.390 November! Decembers 7.3,743 NovemborSO Docembertt e.UX,079 December 28 Veb. 24., March 24... April 21 May 19 ii. 6,250,55 il.101.au 6,0)19,075 6.3X9,360 C.09.3M Feb. 23.. March 23..., 0.3J2.4W 0,60,20S April 20 126.96.36.1992 May 18 June IS July 1J.. ...... 7,083, 5l AupuatlO.., 0.907.1M flont.i 7.W1.801 October C... 7,064,197 7,191.01 7,:0(,M1 7,324.083 circulation. 1J. January X.Ct.W.tU Weylcr Paper Promises. Our "greenbackers" Should rejoice over the fact that another paper money experiment is being tried. "If greenbacks put down the rebellion In the United States, why shouldn't they prove effective weapons against Cuban rebels?" reasons Oen. Weylcr, who ts flooding tho coast towns of Cuba with artistically engraved promises to pay on one side of a piece of paper and a tobacco picture of a plant on tho oilier side. The experiment is liound to be successful, for tho notes are mado legal tender In the worst wuy. Any shopkeeper who refuses to accept these promises for their face value is subject to instant Imprisonment in jails whero confinement means almost certain death. Of course under the circum stances the notes aro accepted. Weylcr, however, forgot to decree that prices should not be raised, and the Cuban shopkeepers are moan enough to try to defeat the experiment by raising prices. So far they liave only doubled prices, but each one la trying to see how high he can put prices, and the end is not in eight. Coino to think ot It, high prices, constantly growing higher, liato defeated ull past experiments with paper money. Perhaps Weylcr, by correcting this llttlo defect, may yet demonstrate that greenbackers are right and that cheap money, by proper legislation, can bo made just as good ns money made from costly metals. Wlitt a loon plenty of money would bo to mankind I Sue cess to Weyler's experiment and death to the traitor who trios to prevent its success by raising prices or by refusing to accept Weyler's handsome promises! CANADIAN " BANKS-TIIinTy-Ei- HANKS. " ' Bi ,.? January 5... j'euruarr iMuran n inrll M May 31 30 June 31 July flS I 1 """&& 4" At this season oi the ytar colds generally nlTect the luus worse than at any oti.er time. Dr, Dell's Pine will break a cold in lws tlu.e thin any known remedy, and it strengthens and invigorates the and bronchial tubes. For sale by Z Wayne Giiflin & I)ro. y lu-ig- s 1 oud-han- For Sale. A good secondhand Hall's fueprooi sale and a good sec d buggy. Apply tothchit- Pr. Miles' I'ain Pllbi stop Headache. rUDUCAN, Circulation. d. 31 4 ism. 19).671,JT6 9B9QS4TI Circulation. Stt.ei?,2T in V. J. Worth- Liout. Governor . iDgtdll. Sec rotaryofSlato Charles Finloy. S. Ky. E. Cor. 5th and Markot Sts, Attornoy General--8. Taylor. iulitor Snmuol II. Stono. Treasurer Geo. W. Loug. Aflorda the bet facilities for thotoiiish practical training in SHORT. said i "You never know you Commissioner of Agriculture, Success nsured In HAND TVPR WRITING and BOOK KRHPING. hire taken a pin till It Is all 1 1 Statistic Lucas TURBO and Pupils assisted to POSITIONS MONTHS. Turnu moderate over." 26c, G I. flood & Co., Monro. Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. " Stenographers I'RHU OP Business men furiin-hei- l Hiiprintondcnt Publio Iuatniction-Gc- ii whrn po.npte.it the only rills to take with Hood's BarsaparlUa. CIIAROK M. Daviion. Register Laud OiUco Uhas. O. The Woril "KIm" I'nrteil. Reynold. Kiss is a conjnnction because it Insurance- Bureau Commlssloncr-- D, connects It Is n verb because it sigW. Comingoro. nifies to net and be acted upon Adjutant General I). R. Collier. It is Blato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown a preposition because it shows that the person kissed is not a relation It Day. ltAILHOAI) COMMISSIONED. is an interjection, nt least it sounds POR Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. like one, nnU is a pronoun became Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary monilier ol EVEHY It is n suit always stand for n kiss EVEUY family on noun because it Is the uame of the Samuel P. Brown. CONOHES'IONAL. EVERY farm, ill osculatory action; both common and Hon. William 0. Lind-fla- y, Senators proper; second person necsnrily, EVKUY village, in Hun. J. 0. S. Blackburn. and plural number becau.e there is EVEUY State and. Territory. Reprcrantativo Fourth District always more than one; masculine and Hon. John W. Lewis. feminine jender mixed, frequently the FOIt Education, STATE LEGISLATURE. case is governed by circumstances FOH Noble Manhood, Senator Hon. A, D. James. and light, according to lule i: "If he FOR Truo Womanhood. Representative Ohio County Hon. smites you on the check, turn the C. M. Barnett. other for another 'smite.1' "It IT gives nil important news of tho Nation. OHIO COUNTY. shonld alwnys begin with n capital IT gives a I important uewsof tho World. cmcuiT couirr. letter, be often repeated, continued as ITgivos the most reliable market reports. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borlong as possible and end with a peIT gives brilliant and instructive editorials. IT gives fluctuating short ttorirs Kiss might be conjugated, riod." Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney H; IT gives an unoxtmllcd agricultuial department. but never be declined Dx. Ovrenaboro. It u'vca rcicntiGt nod mechanical information. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. IT gives illustrated lashion nrtiolcs. ui Dr. Miles' Fain mis aro irusrsnteod to foff G. B. Likens, Clerk Hnrtlprd. 11 gives humorous illustrations. HeaOache lost) mluutcs. "Ono cent a dose?' B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner IT gives entertainment to young and old. Hartford. Mr. Hugh Harkins, ol near town, IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everybody. G B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund last week shipped hts tobacco to We iiirnWh THE REPOlJLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY Hartfnnl. TRIBUNE, both papers in hogsheads. . Mr HarkSheriff-Hartf- ord. Cal. P. Keown, ing is a fine tobacco grower and has Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford been shipping his tobacco to Hop Joo Roberts, Fordsvllle; Thos. R. kinsville for several j ears. We learn Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, 5 that out of the five hogsheads, two Cromwell. Address all orders to tho In brought $S 24 . per hundred, the reCourt convenes first Monday March and Aucustand continues three mainder bringing $6 75 and $4 .80. weeks, and third Monday iu May and ., Madisonville Hustler. lEacai-tiorcaNovember two weeks. Write your name and address on n postal card, send it to Gio. W. Bei COUNTY COt'ItT. relieved EX M Room 2, Tribune Building, New York copy oiTHB Dr. Miles' Nerve l'Juters. DM IiaisanaKnmuiTisM John P Morton, Judge Harford. NHW YORK WEEKLY TRJBUNK will City, nnd tosample v you. be mailed D. M. Hocker. Clerk Hartlnrrl. For Hnle E. P. Neal, Attoriiev-Harlfnr- d. A scholarship in the Lexington Court convenes first Monday in DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER, Business College. A scholarship in each month. - Which Snvc3 you J Blp; Profits. Bryant and Stratton Business College. COUKT. QUAKTKnLY Ctmmlttitn Mouti, 7ht WMttalir. ' Tht Jobbtr and Stort tuptr. A cholraship in King's Commercial on the third Monday in College. A scholarship in Kcnyon January, April, July and October. E. ROSENBURGER & CO. 202-2- 01 n i02d a., NEW YORK CITY. College. COUKT OF CLAIMS Apply at this office aud we will save Our Orest B.rg.ln. A CUSTOM UtDE TO ORDER Convenes first Monday in January, you big money. and after tbescoind Monday QUITS FOR in Oct"ber Doo's ildcnls Suits. Slzts ta IS. ITrailaehn and Keuraloia cured by D OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS Cuaranl.nl to U mto. from AU Woot MILES' l'AIN FILLS. "Ono cent u dose." teliD extra pair of Panls, $2.9$ Black, F.ncy Brown, C.j B!m G 'S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur ..."Um. Suhl.r.CLARANlEFp lob. mj J. from Import rj Woi.lrJ ConkJ (h.lot. tMAt or UUH la my's gun bioughtlhe joulhlothe Wool LhcvWI, lo DUck Blur, Cr.y, anj Urown, In li lrom Mnle. for Springs. Hft. ItrwS whh Importnl I. m.Swin. I lo 9 year, of M.4. up duubl. tw,.,n.l. wiih Sailor Irunrunl .lul finteiii w th Nt ol Cuatom ground and the stars and itripes were One 01 Geo. F. Cram's New UniCottar CotUr fancy .mbroUcrllinJ with Uat &U.k .loart N. U. Daniel, Assoosor Cromwell. Tailor mannYou cannot 4uptkol H bi TwIH Saltan and Pal.nl Wabl BanJl. Trimming J yur town lor tiaoo. 9MH4W4a. trod under Conlcderate feet. Col, versal Atla.i, It is the very best and Z. 11. Shultz, School Supt. HartIh. v.ry bat. Sam. In hlir. for f . I u to it years, Or TlMMrn.iOoJamfarYoMn'tlf? Sailor Collar. without St. t'atlirn a B.I JW. Shepherd sought shelter from the enfinest Atlas that is made Will sell ford. to IS, In f.wi, Coot afcl VrM, 0. 40 L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur emy's fire and gloated over his fiend- cheap for cash. Apply at this office. Springs. ish act. Next morning Col Shephetd Filr. S Z; M.n's and Poorhonse W "I'll r"Ut lMK Csl Yo,"h "" Slylt. C. II. Cirnnbell, G " v'w ent Essie the following note: 5 V Keeper. Hartford. "Dear Etsle: It burdens my heart JUSTICES' COURTS Thrice-a-wee- k with inexpressable grief to have to t A. 8. Aull March!?, June 1, September 1 December 1. advise you of the unfortunate death JontB. Wilson March G, June 5, of your dear Iriend. Jim dwilt. He September 4. December 1. died fighting in the Iront ranks of his March 12, C. L. Woodward country's army, a hero's death. My June 1 1, September 10, December 10. For Hole heart bleeds with yc.urs his untimely Jas A. Bowi.io -- March 20 June A desirable farm of one hundred death " Shepherd. acres, situated near Hartford, well 19. September 18, December 18. leiurU "li. SpEsjBg " I "faMrs B. F. Graves -- March 25, June A months later Col. Shepherd re- - watered, n good oiched, two hundred I"-(ariMllK9sv bearing trees, good buildings, and in 20, September 23, December, 24. HH iuiucu lis riiiuiuii, 1119 au(.'c-e- a iu good community. For further 5 i r-rWthe field had preceeded him and he call at this office ut once, tf was the lion ol the hour None did Statu of Ohio City of Tolrdo, 1 ss lrd him greater houor than the elder I I.ccai County, ilk on c th C Whtn ordtrtaf und Vcnl Offlct, Elprrtf MP Pi W& Monty Ordtr or Rr;Utcrd Utters, alto Giccncs, but Ess'e still pining over 17x71 !le, Ckh k He W Frank J Cheney makes oath that uw gf t lit blrtMjy. and It Iirg or mutt for lifts the (.piilnr partner f the fimi it not hli at. Monty chr fully rcfundrd rnkW the death of joung Swilt. declined s fturttt in i? litUtJrtOfy Sn4 u ttimpt for urn Itisinv-- s P J Cheney & Co , plw. tr mmtiff, mttiurinit blanht, etc the proposal ot the brilliant Colonel. in the City ol Toledo Cmintv and Alter some week of entreaties by State afor'S'id, and tlint Koid firm Colonel ieerf Jtced by efthe artlul wnl pay the Mini of ONI5 HUNDRED A I.OCAI, forts ol her pmerts, Essie temporized OOLLaKS l"r inch and every cae ol Ctt.mli that cannot be cured by the and con'enltd to march to thp alter Disease useoi Hall's Oitarrh Cure with Col. Shtpherd. At tre . pp int-e- d A Climatic PRANK I CHENliY AiTec'ion hour the nuptial pair matched Nothing but n a Sworn to befoie me and subscribed down the aUle ol the village church cal rcmrdv n in my ptesence, this 6th day of De Do You jxZ CORRECT FIT? I tHsT'l cemb'er. A. D 1886 Shepherd smiled a charge ol rliunt at the alter rail. -- , will cute it. Gel A. W. GLtUSON. YOU RCCCIVC THB demon's smile over his shameful con- a n ( ' V I SPAL test, but tears filled the eyes ol the pharuiaceutica I Notaty Public. ww ' 3E YEARS SUCCESS faithlu! girl when she remembered lemedy KJfZ s? BENEF,Tosr Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter on the blood pally, and acts directl her dreams oi that hour whtn with 1:13 'n ('renin IImIiii H1GH GRADE TAILORING nv "U1CK,V of the system. ""COLD'NHEAD and mucous Jim Swifc, she would uppear at that ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS Stud lor testimonials, free. fatelul spot. The minister had just sorhed. Gives Kriirl at unce Opens J P. Ciirnky & Co , Toledo, O. begun the ceremony when an officer and rlennsea the Natal Passages Sold by druggists. 75c OF Ulays Inflinuuatioi. He tics and Pills aie the best ol the Union army walked leisHall's THE 6BEAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. Kesuirt-- the urely down the nisleandlaid his hand Protects the Membiunc Senses of Taste and Smell. N CoWs guarantee to fit and please you, anil me you money. upon Col. Shepherd's shoulder. To bonow $600.00 on Wantko caine, No Mercuty, No Injurious auu MCW SAMPLES to 8F.LLECT from "Your presence is desired drug. Full Size 50c: Tiial Size loo. property woith 4 times the amount the officer commanded sternat Tlrtggi'ts or by moil Call on or address A B , care THE ELY BKOS.. 56 Warren St.. N. Y. RKrunLiCAN. Haitford, Ky. ly. "What is the charge?" Col. Shep herd asked "Do not ask me to expose you," thecflicxr replitd, rather indifferent" hint July we nro still lieailqiiuiteia tor all Notwitlislaod'ug our burut-ou- t iy. kinds of "Desettion," a hall chzen persons whispered at unce Despite the officer's tin if mill and evident to disliaat quality ot Steel and Chillwl Plows, llilli Walking uml Killing lira. cr guise hlmsell IvMe recognized the Planters, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and Corn Drill, Check-rof.ice of Jim Swilt and thtew her arms Osbarne without tongue, Disc Harrows, Fencing Wire plain and Imrb'cd. ffl re- abcut him and wept like r. mother Monorfl and Iiinderri.Hubor Threshing iMachiiit,Traotinii enginoa. All above V?H X.,. wer p over a long lo child a 1 rtr ' r First ouiw repairing Imp eiuents lire guaruuteod to be ot the beet quality. Col Shephird was taken back to (I a kind, done prompt'1. Horseshoeing a fpoviaiy, uiou lull line oi the army, tiled and dismissed iu disYou will find us at iiir old, etiuid on First and lertilizers lor tobacco. grace. Swift told his swettlieait the " Go mo iu and fee us. Ilailroad Ht Note Heads, Letter Heads, story cf ills wounds, his capture, his recovery and subsequent promotion Statements, Dill Heads, to a Cnptlai'cy, but they live on in iJEAVE.t DAM, KY. Circulars, Business Cards, blisllul ignorance of Col, Shipherd's Dodgers, Visiting Catdk, cni'l eft ill to (cud Cpt. Swilt to bis I death II Thomas Horse Bills, Wedding Invitations, Are features peculiar to Hood's rills. Small In site, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As one nun Til second tuotninir after the btoody contest at Shlloh Col. All Sin pheid cnllcil Jim Swilt. the Interpol dig hearer ol his regiment, to him m d jminllng to an eminence near the ciimy's line, said: "Jim If yo- - will pi it t the flg on yonder eminence I will draw my suit lor the hand ci Its- sie Greene ' Jim Swift, ntvtrn coward, now took on a lion's Louragc, when he saw a way to remove the last barrier be- -I tween him and the woman he loved, In the little village of Arlington, in Northern Illinois, young Swilt bad bid adieu to pretty Itssie Greene (o follow his wealthy rival in the for tunes of war. Swift had never doubted Essie's love for him, but he was a poor boy, scarcely nineteen, without wealth or family, and Shepherd had both, which brought the parental Greenes to his aid. Col. Shepherd was winning laurels on the field and Swilt knew that women were not can erupt from herd worship. Swift put the utmost confidence in his Colonel's promises, since he regarded rallltiary men above suspicion in personal honor. When the order came to march young Swilt shoulder the flagstaff and floated the stars and stripes to the wind and impatiently pressed forward the coveted spot. He knew the s'rength of his rival and gladly braved the rebel hoards to remove him from his path. Col. Shepherd, the loul hearted villian, tor such he was, waited in vain for the tatai shot that would erase Jim Swilt lrom the heart ol Es sie Greene. Col. Shephaid knew too well that with Jim Swilt out of the grave he could never win the heart of Essie Greene. When Shepherd saw the flag uearingtne appionted spot he cursed the balls that shunned the breast. He had deliberately planned to send the brave boy to Ills death iu an eflort to accomplish an impossible task. But young Swift unconscious ol the motives of the cruel coward, trod a Ihero's path toward his coveted goal. The thunder ol artillery, the enemy's defiant yells and the shrieks of the wounded and dying fell like music upon the hero's ears, for he w s fighting lor the sunbimest prize man ever coveted by mortal man a woman's heart. But just before the fl g was planted upon the appointed spot a shot lrom the ene's E asy to Take asy to Operate Goneral Directory. STATU KING'S OPl'ICIAL8. Governor William 0. Bradley. CHBCI COLLI' Hood's Fl SHORTHAND INSTITUTE, W. 33rLtytxioe on Stla. SJt. Hor-tlcultu- re RillS w H If . ! tllfi, W o. w e $1-2- ONE YEAR inn. - HALtTFOLID REPUBLICAN, DSly- lby s Tui-ada- $5.00 i $2.93 5I6.E3H37.50 l, ' The and N. Republican f T vS f cJi t" Y. World $1.65 per year. for rs all 36. Uy w B Subscribe for The Republican and get CATARRH all the news. flfiW QOOQOOOOQOO 2 WHO 15 YOUR TAILOR? Get a well-know- W WA V " m I 3I 20 r,iN . BORN & Co. s ," 8 4 AT JitS, A.TH0MAS', enffis If you Money Saved. 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